Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: February 13, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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!K.;"C.: W. INMAN PASSES AWAY NEW ANNOUNCEMENT! INSPECTION HELD MONDAY ENTERPRISING: IIUI'ISESSIEX! MINUTES 01' MEETING: OF THE MID !M. A. DUKES-

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1 \ f.Ji IT. C. W. Inman, a former well beet The local political campaign is dragging Ninety-two Enlisted Men Present at The other day the Telegraph rvpor- -
' .1,1 I", pastor of the Starke Methodist along rather slowly, but will Inspection Formation, ter dropped'' into Hoover Bron.: studio hoard met in regular session Feb. It is with a sad heart I now try to
passed to the great beyond probably take on added life now from i and found that they had Installed a |i2nd with all members present write of the life and death of my dear

!: Minutes of last meeting read and mother, Mrs M. A. Dukes, who was
. {taking place at his home in Live three new announcements lifts week.C. the Federal inspection of the local New York studio camera" This isj j approved as read. born In Screven county, Ga., Dee 16, .,

"v. here he was attended by his A. Knight the present very efficient military company, but owing to the the latent word in the camera line. ,, Resignation of J. C. Raulerson as 1847, and departed this life Fc-b. 2,
, ; wife, children grandchildren registration officer, announceshis unavoidable absence of one of the inspectors Beside its unsurpassed lenses it can trustee of Sampson City special tax IfIlI.:! making her stay on earth 72
'{ft1 {numbers of true friends. Mr. InIWas candidacy for re-election. Mr. it was not final. be adjusted in every direction, like an J district accepted and secretary was years, one month and seventeen days.
one of the beat known and Knight has held this office for several The military Inspection was conducted engineer's transit. With it follows a ,empowered to appoint his successor ;Mother was the oldest child of Scbron

'" \ )'\\4eHITedIY' popular ministers of the terms and has proven himself a very by Major John L. Crary, Q. M. "baby clamp" a contrivance by which I The board ordered the secretary to and Elizabeth Bragg She with hl'1'fatht'r'
1" 'Florida Conference having served the painstaking official. Complaints of C., N. G. F., and by Capt. H. C. F. infants ran be made to sit upright and I I pay Messrs. Duke and howling $2 per family movtto Jefferson
!. "',i. Jfothodist church for the past thirty- errors in the books have been very Dohm. The physical inspection was still while their pictured are taken. day for putting down well at Dopson county, Florida, during the year 1853
WjMte' years. During: the years 1907-8-9 few during the time he has been registration made by FiriCLievtensnt G. L. Clock, The reporter expressed his wonder I school and in the year 18C(! they moved to

I i f-fSn'M had charge of the Starke Methodist officer, owing to his careful Medical C., N. G. F. Only four men that the Hoover Bros. local custom i| Communication received from T. A. Lake Butler, Bradford county, Fla.,
>\;# dbfeich, And his host of friends here attention to his duties. were turned down for various reasons could be great enough to justify the Pinkston containing check for $2.50, and in this state and county she spent.
"" :1:' 'learned of his death with deep regret. The other two announcements are out of 92 present. The examining officers installing of such costly apparatus. I same being the amount attendance of- the remainder of her life Mother +

The funeral took place in Jackson- both for the county clerkrhip. G. W. expressed themselves as highly But he learned that the local patronage lien assessed against him for k,>op. professed a hope In Christ and united
;villa Saturday, the services being con- Alderman cashier of the Farmers & pleased with the organization, both as was very small and the proprie-I ing his!! son out of school for more than with the Primitive Baptist church at
ducted at Wesley Memorial church Dealers Bank of Lake Butler and a to number and to personnel. Several tore had to look for work elsewhere. the legal\ time. New Hope, Aliirhim county, in the
which is a monument to Mr. Inman's former county tax collector, announces records of the entire national guard They get work from Jacksonville, I Duke M. Parson, l"f'prt'lIt'ntinlnu.t! > year 1870 and was baptized by the

untiring work as he built this church that he is a candidate for this office. organization has been smashed by I Gainesville Ocala and other large places i, M. Farson & Company of Chicago, lute elder Aleck Hodges.I .
dome years ago. Mrs. Miriam Likings Mr. Alderman is everywhere recognized Starke, for. Monday night there were and must have apparatus ss good mot the school board with a proposition I 10, IN7... hc was united in the
sang the exquisite lyric, "Face to as a good citizen, and he is backedby more men present at the armory than ''as can be found anywhere in order to to lend them funds to refund out holy bonds of matrimony to Matthew .
Face," and the choir rendered several a good record in the office of tax any other company. in the state can attract and hold foreign cuntomers. | Mainline indebtedness After a thorougli A Dukes, of Worthington Springs, ,..
of the deceased's favorite Jiymns. Rev. collector. boast of. Thi reporter's next call was at diHcuAdion of the matter the follouiiig and 1 they lived happily together from

Rooney, presiding elder of the Jacksonville Lieutenant II. C, Richard is the other The final Federal inspection will be Hull's Department Store. Mr. Hull contract was entered into between then until the day of her death. To
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district, preached a comfortIng candidate announcing for the clerk made Tuesday night\, when a regular was busy marking a package of 1 pe. the board and Mr. Fariton. thin union were born five children two
and impressive from the colonel will be February to be in -Porto't I This boys and three girls all\ of
sermon ship. Mr. Richard is one of the best army present cans sent to a putty contract male by the board of whom sur.
. text,' "Precious in the flight of the known citizens of the county having 17th. The'fate of the organiza: Rico. "Why we send IXTUIIS plant, public Instruction for Bradford county Vive her. except one girl dying in in
" Lord is the death of His saints." The tion will be decided then. Twelve berries and fancy. Of those who left
", made a strong race for the clerkship, more groceries everywhere, Florida party of the first part, art to mourn
J ",, pall bearers were the six minsters of four years ago. Since that time he men are necessary to complete the said Mr. Hull. He showed us a lint ,und Duke M. Farson, doing businessIn her departure in her loving husband,
'the, various Jacksonville churches won the admiration of all classes of full hundred and every person is ask of regent shipments, and among .the the firm name of Duke M. Parson M. A. Dukes and four t'll ldl'enl name
namely' : Revs. Mitchell Barnett Dif- our citizenship by offering his servicesto ed to lend his influence in getting distam. places we noted, Bristol, Conn., & Company, of Chicago, III., party of ly: Mrs. Sarah E. )Douglass, Lake Butler -

5js3i'fenworth!\. Pixton Murray and Spen- the government in the great world those. men. Oaks,..N. Y, Littleton, Colo., St. Paul, the second part.WitmBHcth ; Samuel Sebron M., and Miss
cer., 'The interment was at Evergreen' war. lie trained in the second officers Beside the many advantages and Minn., Indianapolis, Ind., Norfolk, Va. < That the party of the Eliza Dukes all of Dukes. She also
i cemetery, where his last resting place' training camp and was commissioneda benefits enjoyed by a national guardsman Passing by Quigley Uroom Co's. office i second' part has agreed and contracted loaves thirteen grandchildren, ''one
covered with the choicest flowers which have hereto called into' take order great grandchild and five
was i lieutenant. Being attached to a regiment we enumerated we were an and hereby dues agree! and l contract sinters besides
sent from various points in Florida I in the regular army he was sent there is one more-he is exempt from for business cards for traveling sales- with the party of the first part to nellat a host of other relatives and T

"'{ and Georgia. I overseas early in the war and took jury duty if he is unwilling to serve. entative of the company. This new par for the said party of the first friend
:"Servant" of God well done, part in the battle at St. Mihiel whichis I This' is a great advantage to a'work enterprise has succeeded from the part funding time school warrants in During the year 1875/ mother moved ,:.
' :Kest from thy loved employ; considered the beginning of the end ing man and should be taken Into con start, and after selling brooms all over the aggregate sum of $27,000( the said her church membership from New
)" The battle fought the victory won, for the Germans Aside from the fact sideration. Florida the company now reach warrants to be issued{ for $1000( each (Hope church to Little Springs church
Enter thy Master's joy" that he is exceptionally well qualified I Honorable membership in Jhe'na: out for trade in other states. and' to bear interest at the rate> of fl where she lived a devoted member until .
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I' Charles Wesley Inman 'was born to fulfill the duties of the office a great tional guard can be secured by farmers ' per cent per annum payable no mi-annually her death. She was ever faithful

{1. |June 25, 1859 in Waresboro, Ga., and many citizens of the county will vote and business men by the payment _LAWTEY on the first day of March and to her church, her scat never being va- '
passed to his glorious reward on Feb. for him as a testimonial of their ap- of $20. Beside sundry other advantages September: ofnch your until pnid.Kach cant except on account of sicknuss of
! .I of such!! membership Is that of Lawtey Feb. 13.-Chris MathU, of of the herself or family. )During' the last
jj It': 6f 1920. He was marired to Miss Su- preciation of his patriotism in volun said warrants to be dated
'|*an B. Knowles at Homerville, Ga., teering to lay down hia'life that those being exempted from jury duty in any Jacksonville) was the guest of Mr. and March I. 1920:!( and $:)000) thereof to few years of mother's life her health
("April, 2, 1878. To this union wereborn who were left behind might have a sUite and county court of Florida. The Mrs. J. C. Byrd Sunday. mature March 1, 192: cud $401l() there was so that she could not attend her
1 monies accruing from such a sourceIs Mr and Mrs. G. W. Stokes have returned of to church as She would liked to have
eight children seven of whom decent world to live in. Indeed a mature ruth year thereafter until
survive him, namely: Mrs E. W. great many citizens had expected that used in paying incidental company home from Wymauma where the entire series shall bo paid.l.I done. She bore her! alfllctions with

tewart, of Starke; A. H. Inman, of there would be no heated campaignfor expenses. Ag only ten honorable members relatives.Prof. 1 It in further agreed that the said Christian patience and seldom com
acksonville; Miss Kate Inman, of this office-that in the voluntary !! are allowed per company, those I party of the first part shall pay 'TiO! plained. She seemed willing and ready
who wish to take advantage of this Albert Dubose spent the week to
allahassee; Mi's. C. L. Turner, of retirement of Colonel Wm T. Weeks, : end ahis home in Starki on tho charge for printing/ the saidwarrants go at any time, and often times'
offer must act quick. By joining during "e..laHt
lontgomcry Ala. W. V. and Charles the beloved and honored veteran of you i and that the sickness she I'Ppt'lItc,1tht'lie
; party of the
help both yourself and the !Mi Nr'lio) Strickland visited reintivcs / words
Inman of Albany, Ga., and Miss the sixties his mantle would simply 1 company. 'I in Jacksonville Friday and Saturday second pert Khali pay the remainder! "Lord how much lunged"1'he ;

orothy Inman, of Live Oak. He is pass to the shoulders of Lieutenant I theroof. funeral was conducted by ";Id-
Iso survived by the wife of his youth Richard who had so recently given COUNTY. NORMAL OPENSI Too. boy scouts are mnklnlf flnprogroHu I I It I in further. agreed that the said era flukes I and Kelly t.tlui. ?honu-, after
walked proof of his patriotism and of the second which the remains were laid to
hey having lovingly togetheror supreme party part whiill receive
wish to call to the attention the and are expecting to give a font In Klzoy's
pf Chapel with iIt
of his devotion to the cemetery,
( forty-two years. our common coun sum of $HinO as commission for
teachers and prospective teachers of public meeting some time soon, noticeof all that was mortal of kindred.. where H
his work of try. handling tho sale
A Mr. Inman commenced of the said warrants
which will be later.
given
Bradford Theyare the frail! is
that normal class body sleeping beneath the
county a
! roistering to the souls of his fellow After the foregoing article was typ- gaining rapidly in members and the name to be paid out of the said y
has been is Nod mid. the deer' Is
organized and now being spirit renting
sweetly
e en when he was twenty-two years ed lion A. Z. Adkins sent in his an- training. $27,000 to bo paid for tho Maid war
conducted in the Lake Butler high in the parudiHv of God. \ \
f and three later was re- nouncement for rants. This transaction IB subject to C
age, years state! senator. Mr school. Mm. J. E. Goodfellow and two children We should
It is financed not
who
by county
eived into full connection in the Flor- Adkins served eight as senator your the approving opinion of the attorney weep un those
years few weeks with
school board and the state. No tui- are spending a have no hope. Jesus said "0
death kwhere
ia Conference of the Methodist Epis- and was gent'rallyconsidered of the second part as to the validity of .
a very Mr. Goodfellow in South Florida. I
tion is required. It will continue for la thy sting; O grave, where Is
opal church South. He was not narrow capable member of the house of the warrants.In .
upper Mrs. F. Ferris returned to Lawteylast "
four months or longer.In tiny victory He doctrine
either in creed sympathies the witness whereof the said of preached a -
or legislature. His tecord as such week from Chicago where she' part
lierefore, he had many friends outside was at all times satisfactory to the my opinion the school board has has been spending several months the first part has caused this contractto that death loses its sting and
his special congregation and truly citizens of the county generally, and acted wisely in taking advantage of with relatives. She will probably be executed by its chairman and Lhu /grave IOHCS its victory ,So in thoresurrection
all\ his
it could be said that "None knew the consensus of opinion is that he the state appropriation and establish spend the balance of the winter at her secretary, and the said party of the be L ruined morn people wilt
and like
liim but to love him nor named him will be elected at this time. In factit ing this normal. It will prove to be home about one mile north of town. second part has hereunto set his hand fuHhiomid unto Ills I
the thir- a great aid to our teachers and will and seal! this the I glorious body. "It doth not yet appear ra""
2nd
i>ut to praise. During past is the general opinion that he will Mrs. Wlmberly and daughter spent day if February .
furnish certificated teachers for our what wo shall be, but this we .
[ty-six he served as pastor to the not have opposition. 1920.
:years the week-end at their home in High when lie shall shall
schools for next term. known appear we
following churches in Florida: Cor- .
The Board of Public Instruction for "
be like.: Him. It is there knowno
|inth circuit Columbia county four BOOZE LANDMARK LIQUIDATED In turn it is the duty of the teacher land.Mi** Eva Byrd 'was a visitor 'to' the County of Bradford State of Flor more, good-byes sad we wIll farewells(

((years; Cotton Plant circuit, Marion of the county to better prepare Jacksonville Friday. | ida. By L.' C. Powell, Chairman Attest heartaches! and pain for all tears, will,
ounty, three years; Orange Springs Saloon Once Worth $100.000 Sold at themselves for their tasks, therefore E. J. Roberts was a visitor to Baldwin -. E. R. Poppell Secretary tie wiped from ".
*circuit, Marion and Alachua counties, Auction for $638. I urge all teachers who have closed Sunday.W. Duke M. Farson & Company, by D. Written away her our eyes. ; ..
by Sarah 1
daughter, E.
I Columbia circuit four their schools and all men and Fareon.The
two years; young L. Overatreet was transacting M. I Douglass .
Iyears; ; Alachua circuit four years; New York, Feb. 8.-Six years ago a women in the county, who wish to business in Jacksonville first of the'' board adjourned to meet first -.
tJBronson circuit, one year; Bradentown shrewd business man offered Alexander teach to come and attend. Fifteen are week. I Monday In I
ton, two years; Plant City, two Hesse $75,000 for his cafe at now taking work' in this departmentand Caude Rogers/ of Putnam Hall "I March.I.. C. POWELL. 1'IIUAIUIIUSIN.I'IS; MEN \

4{'years; Starke, three years; Lake City, Frankfort and William streets lie 1 hope to see the enrollment reach was the guest of Mr. and Mrs B. L. Attest: Chairman. When last Friday Ornlnlthe Tel. t ;t
two( years; Jacksonvlle, Wesley Mem. was told that $100,000 wouldn't be a fifty before the term is over. Blanchard Saturday.A. E. R. Poppell Secretary graph's bill collector

4 rial church four years; DeLand two temptation. But those were days when Lake Butler is a delightful) place to II. Harley, of Jacksonville, spent lunch of bills to convert was into given a,
4 years; Monticello two years. the prophet of prohibition had to keep live in and board can be s< cur ",," While at Monticello his work was moving lest he be adjudged insance reasonable price. We invite you to folks. manyof
them
as they for
were of
\ .. heavy and during the war he and clapped into padded cell. Ralford Feb 13.-A. T l payment
* very a come. Enoch Griffls was a recent visitorto Mizell left the Rod Cruse; and National Guard ad.
;;1' \ spent himself unsparingly by speak- Yesterday Julius Hesse his father R. A. GREEN, Jacksonville |Tuesday night for South Carolina.A. vertiHcmt'titN that have appeared in
If ing; in the interest of Liberty Loans Alexander being: ill, tearfully stood in Instructor. Ury Gunter of Jackoonvlllc, wont ,, D. Andrews made a business trip the Telegraph IUIlhe. ofwhit'h
I and Red Cross campaign' work. His the centre of the tiles of what once I Sunday with relatives. i to Jacksonville Wednesday expenses
I were borne by businessmen
; ,health gradually failed and his last was one of the most densely populated I NOTICE TO ALL SOVEREIGNS! OF I Hcv. Hardee, of Ilryccville, the newly J Iowa life Cimon spent, the week-end i The> promises to our might have "
mWrmon(! / was preached on July 2, 1919. barroom floors in New York and saw I WOODCRAFTThe appointed pastor of th* M. E. ; with IIIT/ parents, Mr. and' Mm. IC.. been: i trade unwillingly/ ,pay you know, and
?}lis physician recommended a change an auctioneer sell everything from the I church, South, will hold services there i I Canon. subterfuges he made to evade {
..)to- the mountains, BO he spent two mirror and chairs to the walnut bar Visitor for January gives you I the second and fourth Sundays in each I Lucy CuHon and Shepherd, Moore them. Hut no may bill was cheerfully f l
; every
months at Clayton, Ga., then r'turnedI' and the three cash registers for an full information about iterating, ultto month. I were victors to Lake. Kutlur Sunday and promptly paid, without
'to Florida and entered a sanitorium aggregate of 'H38.(! A junk dealer shows your standing if you decide to j !Mrs. J. T. Moore and baby are recovering afternoon. demur It in this of any our r
fat White Springs and from there bought the $4,000 bar for $125 and pay the old rate. I am authorized by I from a cane of the flu. I Mrs. A. I U. Andrews and grandson HinuHs men that bun Hquarenuss enabled Starke i
'went' to Jacksonville and remained under the lunch bar that cost more than $200 Camp 138 of which I am clerk to call Mrs. Everett Boyer was called to Phillip Client the week-end in JackBonvillij to hold her own against competition, F
the care of a specialist, after and from which thousands have dined your attention to the fact that you Jacksonville last week on account of with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gra; for time has established tho fact that
{'which he returned to Monticello but was knorked down for the ignom should. rerate if you so decide prev- the illness of her daughter Mm. High- ham. goods bought here IH guaranteed and
;greatly to his disappointment was unable inious sum of $3.50. ious to March 1st, as up to that date smith. Perlu Whittcn Avery Tlson O. G. that nil promises will be faithfully

1 to resume his beloved work. At there is no extra charge nor is it Mrs. Rafuiie was a visitor to Bald. Smith Marion Browning, and Marvin kept! that art! given by the sellers.
",,the meeting of the Florida Conference BIDS FOR ROAD BONDS necessary to have a new medical 1 ex- win recently Ritrh are attending school in Lake .

ln December, 1919 he was superan- WERE: ALL REJECTED; amination but after March let, a Rev. W. L. Overstrect filled his reg. Butler THE; MAIDEN'S PRAYEROh
&tpuated and given a home in Live Oak, medical examination will be required. ular appointment at the Melrose Bap- Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Roberts were
t which place he died on the 6th inst. DiHturhcd Condition of Bond Market Also if you make no choice of option tiNt church Sunday. vliiitors to Starko Monday
The Telegraph joins with Mr. In.n's Caused Low Range of Bids the Sovereign Camp will\ settle your Troop No. 1, Boy Scouts of America Mr John Morrell who has been Lord, send me a man that Is
host of friends in extending visiting friend. and rtlatlvo..ln South just awfully nice and let him whisper!
certificate at your death on the basis of Lawtey, had a fine hike to Sax-
I sympathy to the bereaved family.'SMeath The bond trustees of Special Road of option No. 1. This is addressed ton Saturday and did the service of Carolina, returned home Friday. those three little words to me, and! ,

' ( ;; to a man like Rev. Inman is and Bridge District No.1. Bradford mainly to Camp 138, but if any Woodman transferring the church bell, weighing Mamiu! Denmark left Monday morning place a diamond upon my finger that
...,' but a shadow cast by his transition to county rejected all bids for $100,000 anywhere desires any information 300 pounds, from the mill property over for Lake Butler whore she will attend will bt! the envy of every girl whohntm't
"I loftier activities. worth of bonds at the sale advertisedfor that I am in shape to give, I shall to the church. school. one. 'I.cot me have. a little par.

"He is not dead but sleepeth; well we Tuesday, Feb. 10th. There were be pleased to do so, if you either callor Rev. II. C. Taylor will preach at the Services were held hero at the Bap. ty and announce my engagement to
know half a dozen bids for the bonds but write. If you write give your present Saxton Methodist church the second tint church Sunday night by Rev. Nor- the girls the maid! of honor and those

The form that now lies mute! beneath all were below par the best offer being age, the age at which :you joined and fourth Sunday of each month at rill, of LaCrosse who will be the bridesmaids. Then
the sod that of Pruden & Co., of Toledo and the amount of your certificate. 3 p. m.The Annie Maude Hundrlcks, of Lake let me send the engagement announcement
|Shall rise when time the golden bugles Ohio at 96 per cent. Fraternally yours ladies of Grace Methodist City li spending a few days here with to the newspaper for the whole
blow, The representatives of the firms J. W. MORGAN chufoh have organized an auxiliary of her aunt Mrs. Weaver world to road hoping much that all
And their music through the bidding on the bonds said there was Clerk Camp 138. the Woman's home missionary society B. I.tfaylor, of Jacksonville was will see it. Oh, Lord let me have a
pour courts of God." nothing the matter with the bonds, and will meet on the second Friday afternoon transacting business here last of the wedding and invite those that I wish
.. but that present market conditions DEATH OF INFANT of each month at different week and snub those who have shubbud me.
BAPTIST made it impossible for them to bid homes. Mr. Weaver left Friday for South Let me give to several girls, including

higher. The advance in interest ratesin James Melvin Kersey baby son of ;Mrs. J. D. Randall left Friday for I Carolina. one that has a very expensive car, ,

Sunday school 10 .. m. the money centers of the country Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kersey, who reside St. Augustine, where she will spend There will be a revival meeting at I the privilege, of delivering the invite

Morning worship, 11. and the general apathy of municipalbond three miles north of Starke, passed about three weeks at the Alcazar hO-1 j this place beginning next Monday i tions.
B. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior, 6:30 buyers are causes that have away Saturday morning, February 7, tel. night. Services morning and night, And after the wedding and'feecptiun -
brought about the present condition. after an illness of eighteen days. He '.",< Everyone cordially invited. Services are both over and the guests have

p. m.Evening. 7:30., m._ ,. The general feeling la that conditions! was laid to rest in the Dyal cemetery NOTICE will be in charge of Rev.. Norris, of all gone, and my husband takes' me In
worship p.
services, ,aim ,business Vhl} soon improve and that such securities Sbnday afternoon. Rev, Major con- .... Lscrowre,. ,, his arms and kisses me while wo wait
Midweek prayer .
Wednesday. ." as ore being offered her will .dueling th*' funeral ' ; The, 7:30'Armenian p. m., andhis: 'tnuslebave then be easily absorbed as good prt- "*nany friends unite in words of consolation day and Thursday Feb 25th and 26th, ) asd relatives.-South.,Carolina to the railroad station '.nd; the for

going to have some eec for the grief stricken parent. for the purpose of assessing and collecting ?ka* returned home. train on which'we will-embark
but I
gone, we are each Sunday evening In rejecting the bids the bond trustees "Suffer little children to come unto taxes. Respectfully. Mrs. W. H,.Andrews left Sunday our honeymoon-.after all this dear
orchestra music
on postponed the sale until Monday, me and forbid them not, for of suchis M. D. Wainwright, Tax Assessor.II. morning for Dayton to visit relatives I Lord why Just leave the rest to me.AmenJudge .

BLANCHARD LAW. March 15th. the kingdom of heaven" M. Dowling, Tax Collector. and friends.! ? '_ '






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i I . ,,, vere jolt to bring the people to a real. M OTHER SI'KIRK, Til REATEN ED that fattorjr" %.1 j WT* Kell "Je v l4i\in hie,! ,!laughter.
zation of what it means to their best .1J. r"1".1! "Eipht dollars _&Ie." '" ;. dre i 4' B''Sul': ncr,' for 'a Jew

I nterect and this killing of the fence No sooner had -the anlCstnita feature "No, not What' r doel the'-factory' ..0': Boh1LI: }? f 1ko'l'k.r' : d'as nut I "

outters may prove the jolt necessaryto of the railroad ;reorganization make" :'IW.S neettoaWednesday..' "l M .

awaken the people of the necessity bill been rejected than ohe railway "I dunno; a lot of money, I tmlf.' ., 'Mrs. Coleman Glemona, end r laugh

w I' COuntyNew'5 Itemsl of providing the protection that encourage brotherhood, seemingly backed by others "Now, listen!I'hat kind of_ good ter, Doris,'. are spending some tim 'r

development of our vast began preparation for a strike I does the factory produce?" with Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Clemons,

real of cultivated land-TimesUnon There had been threats of a strike if "Oh," said Lasky, "good goods." A. B. Surrency was attending ti

the antistrike'proviJIlon was adapted "I know, but what kind of good business in Lake Butler Monday
Gathered During the Week by Our
1 t .tln Fact
r* (
-_* mIYSTERY -a strike in protest against this meal goods ?" Dave Duke, of Alachua, was in Ui
Regular Correspondent
M uro-but it was rejected and at once "The best, section Sunday, He was accompaniedhome
\ UNEAMIIEU; IN TOWNOF .
preparations began for' calling a "The best of what?" by .Grandma; Godwin.J. .

MUNSONPensacola strike for higher wages. The strike "The best there is. E; Clemon. was a business vi-r

i I'' :Mrs. Scott home demonstration is not to be for. principle but for money "Of what?" to Starke Monday, where he purchas.
our
BROOKER ,
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Feb. 11.-Burial of an "Of dose good. ed two mules.
I 1 I
'agent lesson in French seaming
a
gave Infant and the exhumation of the honor said the' lawyer "I
body "Your ,
It is said that the of the men
Feb 13. H. C. Surrency i hemming, etc, after which on account wages -
left Hrooker during, the week-for a visit with ,,I of tad weather the club ad. by a dog, unearthed a tragedy at the who are employed by the railroads in give up.-Exchange, The Quinine that Dues Mot Affect The Nets
town of Munson here of to Ionic and laxative.
near Saturday. the maintenance of are below Because effect. LAXATIVE
r relatives at Plant City 1 j journed to meet again in the near fu Thin is unparalleled in the criminal way SALE OF ROAD AND BRIDGE BONDS BROMCTOUININE (Tablet) can be tat..
E. L. Crosby spent part of the week ture. those of others who are engaged in Hereby notice u given that at 2:80: o'clock by anyone without GROVE'S! nervousness or rlugioi
annals of Santa Rosa county. Despite similar occupations and not employedby p. m. Tuesday th.' 10th d7 of February. to the bead. .E.N' ; attnature on but. 311<;
*'I in Jacksonville. I I The Biookcr poultry club met on every clue that would lead up to the railroads. If this is true the 120. at the county court louse In Btarke

'. Dr. J. Bishop call, of here Alachua during, made the a 'I j Feb. 4th and had a regular meeting, identity of the child, its identity remains remains whether the railroad question Florida$1(10.000.00 the par undersigned value of will the offer l5(O.OOO.OO for >al of. SALES JUMP OVER 500 PER CENT

.,,;, professional I'i After singing and repeating the unknown, and the little infant workers are getting too little or the bond to be issued by Special Road and Bridge -
G week. I 11 I Lord's prayer, our club teacher talkedto has been buried among the unindenti- Diitrlct Number On. of Bradford County, Dr WUUami' 101 Tonic Greatly In
; others too much. All are getting too authorlied 1HHO. amended
l Mr and Mrs. T. C. Hazen are recciving how to for little chicks Florida br Chapter as -
care
us on fied. Florida, and in Demand for "Flu' Treatment
: much under a normal level of values br Chapter" 111111. Law of
the
congratulations over ar- ',
i and other important lessons accordance with the resolution of the Board -
rival of a fine son, born Feb. 3rd. I II | Smelling flesh a dog dug up the but we doubt whether either is get- of Bond Trustees of the Mid district adopted -
I Mr. and Mrs. Harley and child, of I IJ |I CROSBY LAKE body and carried it to the middle of ting too much in proportion to the January eth, mo.Th While the influenza plague was rag.
r J Jacksonville, are visiting at the home I Ij the street. The body was buried under costs of'the products that men must laid bond an to be dated July lit, ing in October, 1918, the sales of Dr.
18111, and will be Issued! in twenty-eight ((28)
.. of Mr and Mrs. E. T. Stewait. I I Crosby Lake, Feb 13.-Mrs. R. I L. the home of Samuel Foster, living have to live. Mrle, the. first parts to mature July lit I Williams .10! Tonic jumped over 600
j on the main thoroughfare where 124, and each succeeding series to mature per cent. There can be only one reason .
: E. B. Andreu, Jr., of Alachua, was Dt'an and daughter, Mary, of Brooker, the This strike was threatened some one year later than the *eriu* which precede for such a tremendous Increase i''
i here on business Tuesday afternoon. || were visitors at the home of H. M. canine had gone in search of food. : months ago but was postponed to It i that I* to *ay, Series A will mature July ;
,I Anna of Staike, spent of last week. hatching the body with its teeth, the await the efforts of the government let 11122. Series B will mature July 1. 1128, and that is that Dr. Williams 101 Tonic +
Mrs. JMurrhee, McRae part
and Tb. bond to be offered for pale '
*o on. is correct treatment for "Flu
I animal the a
Thursday with her brought body to several ta reduce the cost of living .Some of aforesaid be follow ,
\1 Wednesday and who e. will f* iI8.000.UO
of B. recently -
Friends P. Bryant,
and Cold
,I Mrs. S. J. Kelley. little children playing in the street. the leaders of organized labor admit each of Series A. B. C. D. E. F. LaGrlppe, Chill cases, at
mother, moved to Plant City, are sorry The children screamed and ran' home G. H. I. J. K. L, M. N, O, P, Q, R S. T. well as Malaria and other fevers QuI.
Miss Vera Suuency, of, Pine 11(ill, to learn that part of his family are ted that higher wages would be of no And (6.000.00 each of U, V, W, X, Y, Z. the of disease
telling their mothers nine enemy germs, it
that ,
entered school here for .a few days'review. a dead baby use-that as wages rose products AX and BX.
I suffering from influenza. had been found. Within five minutesthe would rise correspondingly in The paid bond to .bear Interact. at 6 percent one of the ingredients of this effective
W. M. Edwards has moved with his whole or even per annum payable emi-annually In New medicine.. Magnesia is another im
Mrs. demons of Birmingham, Ala., from Gainesville to his farm. populace, amounting to fifteen greater proportion-and that the only York or at the ollic of the Board of Bond
,
family hundred people, were at the scene relief that labor could get would be Trustees In Stark, Florida, a* the holdira portant chemical contained in the
is here for a visit to her mother, Mrs. Louise und Oudrey McRae are on ''The body hardly bore the may elect. tonic. It cleanses the liver and bowels .
resemblance
S J. Kelly. list this week. through a reduction of the cost of liv- All bid' ball be in writing, *paled and unconditional .
I the sick
.I of Itaiford is of a human being, and it looked more ing. The government proposed to attempt and may be for all the bond nowoffered of accumulated poisons. Iron, the
,, I I Mrs. Done) Browning, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crews, of St. Augustine like a piece of clay than the body o/ a to reduce the of and or any part thereof not leaf than $10000.00. ,* rich blood producer, is the third. It
sis cost living .
her ,
here upending some time with and hall be accompanied br a certified -
I. visitors at home of H. M.McRae child. stamina and vitality
.4 are check for builds .up strength,
T. C. Hazen. Attorney General Palmer talked much 8 per cent of the par value of
e" ter. Mrs. this! week. Dr. J. N. Hankins about the bond bid for. ; and strength will win againstany
the town what he doing and woulddo '
Mott of physician was
Caleb llaguewas
I Mr and !Mrs. L. il. Edwards leaves today for Said bond to be delivered to the purchaser
I
visiting/ their daughter, Mrs. L. was notified and Justice of the but that was all. We do not believe as soon a* they can be printed. disease.
\ \1. the week Jacksonville and wil (move his family Peace Colley and Deputy Sheriff John- that he took any measures to reduce Th right to reject any or all bid hereby 25c and 60c bottles at your drug.
S well during I Is ...nred.
I i the future. I r
in near son took charge of the the level store. Refuse all attempts to palm
body. To the price or ever intended to take BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEESFOR
Mrs. 'T. N.' Limbaugh, of Starke, I Prayer meeting at home of Willie astounded SPECIAL, off substitutes. There is only one Dr.
1 crowd who had gathered any. It looks as if the only intentionwas ROAD AND
;;I t was the afternoon.guest of Mrs. II. S. Warren Lewis Sunday night was well attended. around the body their attention was to make the people believe that BRADFORD BRIDGE DISTRICT COUNT: NO., FLOR ONE Williams 101 Tonic.-Adv.-3.
I" Friday .
C' i brought to a fence at the Foster home something was being done.Is ," IDA.
1 Saturday I
0" Miss Hazel Warren spent MATTHEWS.I
where some of the child's brains were By Bf 8. Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day
anyone unsophtstlcated enough to
here with her parents. EAST STARKE Chairman
found scattered on the top post. A think that The foregoing sale bas been postponed until* DruiUlM* PAZO OINTMENT fall,
meetIng prices are being kept tn
the
D. J. Byrd attended lodge up entirely ; :: .
: shudder went over the crowd.- The Monday March 16th, mo. X-19-et-8-12. to cure Itching. Protruding Piles.Instantly
V here Saturday afternoon East Starke, Feb. 13.-Mr. and Mrs by individual action? Does relieve I lathing File and '"' can im
'I' dog in trying to drag the body restful:sleep alter Cba. fast application. Price'6utHastings'
Mrs. J. II. Surrency and children" D. T, Silcox, of Starke, attended Sun the over anybody doubt that they are fixed bya PINE HILL

I of Graham, spent the.week-eri
i her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Os- t! restraint of trade and that could be Pine Hill, Feb. 13.-Lewis Connerlyof '

teen. I We are sorry to report Mrs. Dave "MISSING LINK" GOWN broken up at once if the attorney gen Cooter Pond, was attending to bus. 1920,
SHOWNAT
I Mrs. I. L. Eubanks and children left Luke on the sick list this week. eral would prosecute as vigorously as mess here Wednesday Free
Saturday for their home in Lake City C. M. Underhill attended Sunday SPRING FASHION OPENINGS he talks? While the war was ffI progress Seed Catalog:

*, after a two weeks' visit with her parents I school Sunday.' the government through the price their Mrs. Lou Cone and family had as' It's ready now' One hundred handsomely .
'it' Mr und Mrs. E. L. Crosby. Lloyd Moore and Carl Green were Latent From Paris Says Knee Length) fixing agency sent men around who guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. S. Illustrated I pages with brilliant
V. Andrew. and
':, W. S. Nabb has moved his family In visitors In our section Sunday. Skirt Bodice Below Waist stated what various products should children, Mr: and MrsC. cover in natural colors. It is both ''
the Brooks cottage. I I Mrs" John Ellington and son were bring each day. This showed dealers W, Colson and baby, Misses Daisy beautiful and helpful, and all that It

P. M. Barefoot has been on the sick visitors to the Camphor Farm Mon Paris, Feb. 11.-What has been appropriately what they could do if they tried. It Lewis, Tave Andrews and Rosa Sur. necessary to get It Is a postal card I
I rency, Messrs. Dave Greene You will find our 1920 catalogue
", list for a few days. hamed the missing link" WJTT easy enough to keep up a similar Guy Rosier request. book.
and Andrews. well worth while nerd
day.J.
Miss Edna Tillis, of Starke, spent D. Ricks, of the Camphor Farm, costume is being shown at the spring system of price fixing after the war Miss Ray 'Hastings'a Seeds are sold direct br
Saturday:; here with her mother, Mrs. spent the work-end with his wife at fashion openings. ended though in this case prices were school Van Cone attended: :Sunday: mall. You will never find them on .

Jano TilliM, who is critically ill at the the home of Mrs.! J. C. Carter. Shortening of skirts to knee length, fixed by those who had goods to sell. at the Brooker Baptist church.1 sale In the stores. We have Horn

I' home of her daughter, Mrs. Otis Bai- Newton Strickland has gone to Jacksonville cutting of bodices to below the waist The railroad men may have a grievance A E. Surrency was transacting bus. five hundred thousand customers who 18,

I where he will spend a few line, abolition of sleeves and the adop though they will make it worse ness in Jacksonville first of the week.M. buy from us by mall We please and

I ry.Mrs.. Oscar Dyal, of Graham, spentshe days. tion of "phantom" stockings have by striking! and by combining tie A. Clemons, of Brooklyn, made a ;,satisfy them and we can please !and }+.

f the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Til- I I Quite a crowd attended prayer mooting threatened to reduce evening gowns up the roads they are making war on visit E. Clcmons to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.I, I satisfy' Planting you Ha In 1920.tlnR's" Seeds In your (i

lis. : and Sunday school at Randolph to the proverbial string of pearls., the people of the United States. When Alvin Sunday. garden or in your fields Insures "good y
: R. W. Sun'ency of Graham, spent : Sunday Fashion designers were thus con war is declared on the people of the Clcmons and :Mallie Sunencywere luck" so far as results) can be determined -

:-. ';! Saturday; and Sunday with Mrs. :1. W. I Last week East Starke was going fronted with a serious problem. Unless United States the time has passed for visitors to New River Saturday by the seed planted. For SO ,

; e- Sue'rency. wet. We are glad to say it is apparently addition could be made to woman's discussing merits or the demeritsof afternoon.' ': years Hastings' Seeds have been the
.'r' Hubert Rouse was in Gainesville on going dry at this time. costume silk manufacturers were likely the claim. The government should A. B, Sinrency was in Brooker Wed standard of sped excellence and purIty

t'' business Monday to go broke within the year; they, proceed to protect the public from nesday. in the South. Only varieties
tA Fred Hazen was a visitor to Hampton FROST DAMAGE TO BEANS ON therefore, turned to Darwin and produced men who violate thel aws to the oppression Anyone having news for the Telegraph adapted-to the South are listed. QualIty -
often less
the best and prices
lee Sunday morning.L. EAST COAST 90 PER CENT the new model. of the people whether these report' it to the correspondent.' than of those at home. Write

Galney and Marvin Hazen madea The "missing link" costumes bears be laborers or capital ists.-Times-Un- It will be appreciated. Let's all joinin for free copy you of pay this splendid catalogue d

trip to Starke Thursday. The weekly truck crop news issued a real tail, from the small of the back ion.. and make our county paper the 1 now. H. G. HASTINGS CO,

Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of Louise, is b ythe United States department of gracefully trained to the ground and newsiest paper around the state Seed amen, Atlanta' Ga.-Advt.)

"a f spending the week with her parents, agriculture shows that 90 per cent of tapering off with a gold tassel. TRUTHFULA -- -- - - - -- a
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Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. the bean crop of the Miami district The
same policy of saving the manufacturers
? ,' L. Morgan made a trip to New fly was ruined recently by frost. from bankruptcy and at young foreigner was being triedIn

l' er Saturday afternoon. If the report as given by the department the same time pleasing the court and the questioning by the

_ er Rev. Ridenour, of Gainesville, made of agriculture U accurate, it taste which demands the greatest present. lawyer on the opposite side began. r-Th I

r his regular trip here Sunday. He was seems that the first reports of exten display of feminine charms possible is "Now, Lasky, what do you do?" If

accompanied by Rev. Gable, who filled sire damage- by the recent cold on the responsible for the adoption of the "Ven?" asked Lasky.

the pulpit and delivered two able sermons east coast were not exaggerated- as Egyptian style, which combines the "When you work, of course," said II f

at the Baptist church morning was charged by the cant coast interests greatest waste of material with the the lawyer. 1
'.' and evening. On account of various greatest effect of nakedness. "Vy work!" I

reasons Rev. Ridenour tendered his Cabbage: throughout the state is The TanagrsTfigure I "I know," said the lawyer, "but I
resignation a* pastor, to the regretof rapidly coming to the front and the' shares popular. I what at?"
church well others. During ity in the models for the coming sea I
the as as splendid weather of the past few "At a bench. J
:'- Rev. Ridenour's short time of service weeks has made this crop one of the son with Cleopatra's royal robes. Corsets "Oh," groaned the lawyer. "Wheredo

as pastor he won many friends best in the state. Farmers who have of any sort are entirely abolished. I you work at a bench?"
', who much his decision. The slim outlines so popular last
regret very any quantity planted stand chancesof "In a factory."
'I> Miss Georgia Mills, of Jacksonville, making a bigger: harvest this year season must disappear in compliancewith I "What kind of factory" gal I'',
";- vt pent (part of the week here with relatives. than ever. Florida cauliflower is fine, the latest edict of fashion. Worn "Brick." -

w ;" but heads are rather large. Palmetto en are already crowding the physical' I "You make bricks ?" f

I Dr. W. E. Mlddleton, of Starke wag district reports; this crop as 10 percent culture studios, while physicians are I "No; de factory is made of bricks." '.

j '-,' a professional called he 'e Monday. I|I perfect. besieged with demands for prescriptions "Now, Lapky, what do you make in
.: Mrs Hall had a light stroke of paralysis Celery Is running about 75 per cent' that will bring the necessary em

,'. !Monday and is critically ill at and, is small, although the chances are bonpoint.The FOR STOMACHAND

i '. ., this tum<. for a good: crop on account of the oxcellent Venus De Milo Is now the idea
I .. Mnt..1. W. Sunency' is with her weather in the celery sections. type, with round full form and unmarked LIVER Ih 1
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... mother, Mrs. Hall, who IH very nick. In !),'oSto county cucumbers are taking waistline. .

t t : i i.: Prof. Iluics made u plfiu.unt visit the lead and are In fine shape. In order to enhance the appearanceof Medical Augusts Discovery, Gn.:-'"i in Dr.tho IVrw's boat mwliriiio Gold.:I!

c J4' ,?, to the school here Monday afternoon. Most of the crop In this section is weirdness, women are resorting to have over luir-n forI1 !
i Miss Ta\'e Andreu and Daisy Lew. planted between Jan. 20 and Feb 1. lavish use of colored powder, preferably Btonuirh. troiill) or 1

t\\ is spent the week-end with Mrs. Lou Nearly all strawberries are showing green, which gives extraordinary < 1, any tho livi-r.dt-rungi rm-nt of THE SHcm.Wiu.iAMS PAM <.

Cone, of Pine Hill. plenty of thrift and although: the recent charm to the back, shoult'ers and arms l' ty thutY-Ovo J'or yean over I

tit r Dr. Russell made a call near Worth. cold caused some relapse, theyare I under the dim dancing light I p have given it to difforont D

glf' ,* ington Sunday., coming on. The quality of tomatoes For street wear tailormade suits are .e, people and sss J1iit/FJl
I'arllukl': of Dukes, was a visitor is ,, member of my in{
but
generally good, are showIng favorable to the exclusion of one piece mediate family and
rl I here Sunday. frost damage.The : dresses The suits maintain straight 1 have tirvor know'a -
f' The Ladies Aid Society of the FreeWill commercial acreage: of celery lines and have knee lengths,: plaited it to fail to cure a A1 sat '

,': Baptist church was reorganized in Florida and California this seasonis skirts and short tight Jackets, or long, f') -s farafmr OMe isle 01 of l any atom sort.soh trouT lam- GA 1 479 #
I afternoon with several memo 1 nary* _'' W i1A'
Sunday : estimated to be 5,711 acres, according flaring coats. ,. glad to recommend
i', \ bers. The following officers were elect. to preliminary reports, received by Uoldon Medical itre.eovsy' .
,I t rj : the bureau of estimates : It la worthy of any priu-w I can
The
crop friends of the
many genial Mr. Rive it for old and youufc ,al.ke- L.::
w President, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot I John Rodborough, who lately movedto CROSBY, 1UU Talent St. 91 j11111i6'f Qt

Vice President, Mrs." L. Johns. RAYS OF FREE RANGENt'MltKRED Fernandina from Starke oYfM4f ,
I' sympathize HeadacheSt.
I' Secretary, Miss Daisy Lewis, : IN FLORIDA with him in the loss of his wife
Treasurer Mrs. W. S. Nabb. Mrs. Aumiotinn, Via.:"When I was
Rosborough
I died Wednesday, twelve yean old I had the tJH>IUI.nd\ I
The will twice month
society meet a The days of the free range are num. February 11th, of influenza: Through: took cold with thorn My mother tried all
and will hold their first\ meeting Friday lined in Florida\ this kinds of
and la concede her death a little baby boy I is also remedied but nothing heliwd me.
.' afternoon at four o'clock\ ut the' by ninny of the more sensible and con without a loving mother. She not a few vial of Dr. 1'ieroe'a Pleasant
,, home of P. M. Barefoot I'uUeW. I took them and commenoed to I Ithe
Mrs. Anyone
" i V f servativo range: cattlemen, and they improve right away. I took twelr bottle
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interested' cordially invited to attend are rapidly securing large tracts for 2,000.000 RAILROAD WORKERS of '{VllpuT and I was eured. I had had

.i the meeting. I their own use before the price of at DEMAND INCREASE IN WAGES neadiirhe all the time for about two, years.
, W'! Prof. Ben Crosby spent the weekend lands becomes too high. Just as in weight.I not only It gained teemed physically but I Rained in
a I as though I ncedvd
: '1 here with his parent.o j i' the Western and Southwestern states Washington, Feb. 11.-Director General something like the 'Pulteta' to quicken my
y' D. J. Byrd, of Graham was here' the free ranges are being enclosed bithe Hines decided tonight submit life lone, which I think they did"-MUd. "
to
V, Tuesday having some blacksmith work: owners and the element that resents to President Wilson for: final action PARKER C. ALDEN 7 Cincinnati; Ave. color becauseall! know by the label rather than by

E* a done. Mr. Byrd is one of Graham's' this by criminally cutting the the demands of more than two million Indigestion tills label can be relied upon."
f' progressive farmers and he Is makng 1 fences will be frowned upon by the railway
employee for
an Increase in AucuntA O .
:-"Dr. Tieroe's
i preparations' for planting. progressive element in the state and wages. The appeal to the president Medina! Discovery M the beet" D. diciDe Golden,! swP'
Brookrr /Sewing Club this progressive element dominate is to be taken at the request of the un. have ever taken fur nervous indiimition, and I'
The Brooker sewing club met Wednesday the situation a hundred to one and ion leaders who stomach trouble an ailment I have 'been (
suggested such action SHCRWIN-WlLLUMS
Feb. 4th at the school house.I then some.General. late uffennK from for about twenty yean dung HOUSE PAIHT)
.I today after which
being informed tune I doctored and
by took medicine is
The club was opened by the club sonc, farming in Florida has Increased but did a guarantee qf serffce and
Mr Hines that a settlement of their not get relief. At time I would quality, backed by the weD.I -
ftf "Keep the Home Fires Burning. at a rapid rate in the past ten demands was hopeless under present suffer dreadfully, my food would sour on known paint manufacturers Cover-the-Earth Products.
Lord's Prayer-Club members. years, and it would increase much conditions. my toDiaob, mm* would form and 1 would be have
Minutes of last read and distressed and uervoua. I was a complete fJ On band huge awortment of colors aDd
meeting more rapidly if the small
farmers did Mr.
Hines nervous wreck
will send to the White w bad that I could hardly Come In
'I approved. not have to go to the expense of fencing House tomorrow a resume of his land on my feet when a lady advised me to Supppbyyou. and Jet 118 help you select a
?'. L Roll call by necreUry.Story I strongly against these scrub cat with the heads conferences take the -Golden Medical. Discovery' I
of the broth. took three bottle
and It uaa .
me .
Stan .0.0derfull'fliJel. -
(# I on Flax-Onarita Ward tie and razorback hogs, at an expense erhoods and the whole wage controversy 1 can eat anything I wlah and
,t J I Story on Silk-Ella Mae H sen. of fully five hundred dollars for every will be laid before the president- do not feel any bad effect. I am In better igey! Lumber]&: Supply .t.
"health .
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Story on Wool-Anona Colson.U forty acres. It sometimes takes a se- for the than for m lone time. -UBS.
second time.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13 1920.
FLORIDA
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.r, ''I.( \ I Bradford County- FarmersFERTILIZER "He says... I'm a good sI


SITUATION The Livingston bridge Has built under and a couple of wide bridge. would '
,i the supervision of the late Commissioner answer. The fall of the channel from -

He know the the trestle west a quarter mile is three
.Atlanta, C.u.; -A MiMcy of the fertilizer T. A. Knight.
situation b I }. those familiar withit V.UJB of water, put the piers far apart feet, so the water would run very fast

indicates that there my be a shortage and the bridge has always been through( such a canal. A REAL pal-thtt's:: Chesterfield. Lookat

of commercial plan) food in Maunth. its record. Three million smokers- ; i

The reasons ascribed for this 1920'1 The man who supervised the building less than five years on the market! Two },
principally. ; that nil/'ike* have intoiftri'd of the Jjubose bridge, at the foot TO AVOID
r with the pioductiun of matciiuls. "- of Water street knew that a great,. words explain It-"They Satisfy.

In addition, there has been some many goats: would drown in the ca '' THE "FLU"FIRST Our expert buyers In the Orient select for
r difficulty in obtaining shipments. over nal. To allow the owners to retrievethe "D
the railroads. I IJ' careasses.o they could skin them Chesterfields only the finest grade of the

y To he more specific the long drawn he placed the piers: BO close togethertill four choicest varieties of Turkish tobacco.To .
r ; out strike of miners in the rock phosphate I a longitudinal section of the bridge OF ALL MAKE SURE YOUR added the best of mild but
these are
IS REt AND RICH IN
J' IILOOI
fields of "Florida prevented a resembles a fine-toothed comb. Driftwood
-, supply of rock phosphate being shipped enough to supply< a woodyard fora IN FIGHTING TRIM full-bodied Domestic leaf. *

to the factories. Thin and the dif month, has accumulated on the upstream blend that makes 1k
SAFETY IN VIGOROUS BLOOD But, in the end, it's the
ficulty of getting!: prompt HhipmentB side, the water finding its way
when the mines resumed work, it in across the road at each end, making Chesterfields "aattafy. And the blend-our "t
IF YOU ARE LISTLESS AND DEPRESSED ) '
claimed has put the manufacture of the budge useless. private formula-cannot be cooled.
DON'T DELAY A
1 acid phosphate more than 3 months y
1 The road across the swamp west of MINUTE GET A GOOD
behind, besides educing the possible the railway trestle has )been operatedon -TONIC Extra wrapper of moisture-proof p

,, Bupply. bandaged and put in splints by ev- paper seals in the flavor.

All tu ammoniates or nitrogenous cry comer. The last one had a gang If you get the influenza see a doctor -

materials, it la pointed out that the with sappy logs on the sides and sup. i at once-but why get it! ? Isn't It 4 ""

coal and steel plant strikes neatly plied it with crutches in the way of worth while, instead, to take every .

reduced the possible output of sul pine" poles, to hold the loge in place. I'precaution now, against getting its r5a

phate of ammonia. Tankage and cottonseed The last rains swept across both road I Probably the best and first thing to -

meal are so much in demand and the so-called bridge, washing out ; do is to make sure you are in good o
as feed as to be unavailable or too ex- two or three of the latter and cutting physical condition. During an epidemic s

pftiHlve to use us fertilizers. Nitrate deep gullies across the road. It has of i almost wherever you go you

of soda IH being shipped in lurgcr late been put in such a shape that it are exposed to influenza. As long as 1

cr amounts, but not us cheaply UH .wuaexpelled. map-be cr ,M>d by using rare. 'I you are really well, the red corpuscles -

It seems that I lie demand The Alligator canal receives its waters of your blood fight off and defeat r. 7
I j for nitrate of soda in the orient, especially from nine canals or large ditches i. disease germs. But when you are
I : hus kept the price higher I besides what flows in along its I
up ; I I tired and run down, when you feel all 1 1k'A
{ l' than was anticipated I banks. !Statke' has more than 30 miles .right except that you haven't much 1t

I ,' As for potash, there is. going to hu of ditches and gutters and three- [!energy or enthusiasm, your blood is

a fair supply, the first time since the I, fourths of the, water they discharge tired out too, and you are an easy
I I European, war began. A considerable enters the canal near the bridges. victim.

amount of potash has been shipped Each tributary receives water from I
has become famous
I'epto-Mangan
..t} from Germany to France, while there numerous road and farm ditches and (
] builder of rich, vigorous blood. It
i as a
If is quite an accumulation of stocks eats its way farther up all the time,
:, of desirable American-made potash on even going beyond its original water helps you up when you are run down.
it helps avoid illness. Or it ht'lpai
you ,
; hand.
shed. As the roads and settlements
(i you recover, if you realized your poor
The Soil Committee
,i Improvement increase and new "bleeders' form con-
of the Southern Fertilizer Association I itinuully, more and more water will physical condition too late.

with headquarters in Atlanta Is sendIng canal time | Physicians have been recommending .
I g, ],[ puss clown the as progress
: out information to southern farm ,i il ; es. 'The Incredible quantities of sand Pepto-Mangan for years, in cases '
'f I ors urging:\ them to order their ship, deposited on the banks of the canal of anemia (Bloodlessness). It Is reliable -

l ment. The reasons given are that i i| and, west of the Seaboard trestle, testify effective, and has a record of '

I there Is going to be great difficulty to the widening and deepening it over twenty-five years success. Takeno t

o ',. I In supplying the demand, and the through scour, which makes it evermore chances with a run-down condi
k {' capacious.Staike tlon. Get Pepto-Mangan today. It is s: A sy t"' ';

1 farmer depends on her trade, and good health insurance. t

'I uier will know how hard hu must work I much trade is lost in wet: times because PeptoMangan: Is sold in liquid and

I'' to accomplish as much of it as people living south and east of tablet form. There is no difference in

t I Lb 1'011111'1 I town will not come here because they medical value. Take either kind you

I It Is also slated that trio luilmuilsarc do not know if they can cross the prefer. But be sure you get the genuine -- N

anxious that fertilizers be orderedearly II I bridges. Future road and bridgebuilders I'epto-Manl'an-"Gude's". The We also have Auto Bulbs for lets which-the children take home to

'{ t\\ fin that they may be able to provide must plan their work not in full! name should be on the Jla kageAdvl'rtilloment FARMER BROWNWell all make of cars, Dry Lamp Cell Batteries, their parent.s.These .

ears, else there will' bo a serious i i accordance with present conditions, _. Gas and Oil.Don't leaflets go: out a week apart. '(
difficulty in getting fertilizers delivered . but so as to meet un ever increasingwater
forget our Safety Razors and The first is entitled A message to.
( on time. The railroads also flow. The safest and least expensive here Farmer Brown '
I are I I'I comes Blades of all makes.What Mother; the second ,A message to '*
instating on full'ftI'load shipments, : crossing of the Alligator by Reducing the Household.: Why, hello, Mr. Brown. How are you next Brown Father; and the third a joint Message 'bx
which makes it necessaiy to have the contemplated state road, would beat Borne little folks were playful\ this morning ,
I, them into full cut'loads., the )Dnbose bridge/ east of the rail I"keeping/ house." Robert! wu:.: papa, I am quite well but had a slow tripin I That is all today. to Mother and Father.the They of tell thriftIn in
Good languages story
'I It U stated that the indications ate way. If it is to follow the present Jan imiimim. After much dltlleulty lr with the mule. l Here comes Si Hopkins. simple tJ
i
that there will be a heavy demand for 1 route nothing short of a trestle bridge managing so largo'' n l-rood I'upn Robert What can we do for you? morning, So; pretty wet time we had.1'ep its most wholesome and InspiJ'ingform

ta' i: fertilizers throughout the south this. (< across the entire swamp will do-un- finally: burst ui with) : "SI1 ', there Well, I want a Brinley Blanco Steel ; been wet and no sun shining, with some of the finest exam-of 1"
r year on account of the promising | loss the canal is continued a piece below ere too in.my dill i\<-n In the family Beam Plow. so I got to skinner. pies of it among the boys and girls ;

for southern It is the rouil. Then a high roadwaybuy mui of toil will n.e lo be the dog !!* I thought there was something the south.
prospects
All is Rolling -
crops.( right, price $9.50, and a
wrong Si. Well, Si, that is one thing The series closes with a request to
Plated, also that the orders
comingin Coulter
What ?
at 500. next
Capt. Jones and I have never tastedmoonshine. the parents to organize a Thrift Club ,
to the factories reveal that the furmrr Best Leather
I Collar. They are $6 We are not trying to impress at home with every one of the family
Is now wanting higher grade fertilizers and two best Bridles AI ?Iright; the
upon you that we are angels.Si as a member. Hundreds of postal
,than _ever .before.STARKK'S . T FARM THRIFTFor best are $2.50 each., where is the biggest dam in the cards have already come in showing
'a I f I ![ i How about a Saddle They are world T that such clubs have been organized.
: HUM! URIDCKSSuggeNtionM ; dandies; black, $21.00 Tan, $22.60.
;
I ( The ) I don't know Brown says it was at ,When the War Loan Organization receives -
:, t Telegraph Well, I will take the tan one.
: About Meeting Future How about a good set of Work Harness your barn when you let your last bot-1 I notice that a Thrift Club has
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I ; Requirements"Well ? We have them right from the tie fall and break. Ha, Ha. I been organized in a family, it mailsto
Si hands us the following list of that home a bulletin on family budgets
( Co-operation petty predjudices and dislikes have factory is of the most .
you can't expect'' any better wants: ,I which one practical
i Well I need a set. What is the
from such an unprogressive county as developed, until now every man is for Two Brunley Points and Slides, one yet devised for the encourage

this," remarked a disgusted Gainesville The simplest example of natural or himself,i and refuse. to do anythingthat price Mould Board, One Glass Churn, one ment of home eocnomy.
: lawyer, whose car had "gene voluntary co-operation is the family. can help anybody else. As nobody We haven't got the bill yet, but you Shoe Last, one Butcher Knife one' School Superintendents, editors,

dead" in a deep hole of water at the One roof shelters all the members, '' can do anything that will help can take one along and pay next week. Pocket Knife, two Boilers, three Bake ,bunkers and business men are takingan

south end of tho road across Alligator |' the same fire, stove and utensils an. him without at the same time bene- How Good, I want it. Pans. |I active part in many cues the ministers

swamp; just south of Starke, one sv>cr to prepare the meals for all, the fitting someone else, is impossible, about a Mower, price 8550. We filled Si's list, got our money are preaching on thrift.
( day lust week."UnprogresslveT. same lamp gives ligth to all. Of ,I only too many, "bite off their nosesto I will need one but will have to buy and sent him home. Our motto is one Already more than one-fourth of

l t What you talking organized co-operation the simplest )11 spite their faces"-omit improvements it We later.have I I price to all-Drunk, sober, man, wom- the schools In the southeastern state

tC about'" retorted his audience, a man example is the school, where on teach. that would benefit them simply Disc Harrows and Weeders. ,an or child. have become active in this work andit

on a sorrel mule "What about this ler answers for many children. By besause their neighbors would sharein We want the general public to buy is estimated by April practically all
few this means every child can receive the benefit. I have those, but I need a Stewart their I it.
crick Only a years ago hit was Plows and General Hardware of them will have taken part in I
only a little slough. Year after year I Ian education; if the public school did I Many farmers are too sensitive Clipping Machine. :I'Supplies from us. We have repairs The plan does hot burden the teachers

hit progresses and gits bigger, Hit'sas not exist, few parents could have their about what others may say should All right, price $12.75, and we have for all plows we sell or sold ten years with much detail. They are only asked

iii big as New River now; in five years children taught, as very few could afford I they, make an innovation or improvement repairs for these machines. |ago. When you want groceries or dry to. make a thrift talk and distribute i

( hit will be as big us the !St.' Johns. to hire their own teachers. out of the ordinary, or a suggestion How about a good Flashligtht; $2 goods, we cannot serve you, but Hardware leaflets among the children to

r Here's\ progress for you, an' don't you I I If farmers would co-operate they even. A farmer was once extolling and up. Stoves, Cooking Utensils and I be taken home to their parents. This

I f01'Kit it"y would enjoy many advantages/ that to the writer the profit of sheep cutlery-we have it. |fits into the plan heretofore adoptedin I I
When\ Tom Wall r.-built the bridge they now tmiRt forego. They could raising and the excellence of his A.HflL I
y -: We still have three of the Famous,; most schools for systematic instruction -
at thn cnrt end of fall street u few fcttilizcis, for'I instance, by the; range for sheep pasture lie was asked Dalion Talking Machines. Give us in thrift. !

Y r h to j'i'nv son, he wanted n clear span so 'iiiilond f.'ol1the. munufuctutera, thus why he did not raise, sheep. "Oh, = I your order Part cash, balance in Thrift instruction In the schoolshas

I Hint no iliiftwood! would lodge uguinxtplt'ts saving in freight and the middleman'sj \ I'd like to," he answered, "but if 1 I :_. r "An lnstmtrientNot monthly payments. ] become so general that in a number I

and dam up the water. Tho > The more costly implements) should get sheep when nobody else a Machine Come in Saturday and get your 1 of states" the, superintendent of I,

f rommiHHioner in huige: said that such I such as tractors, stump pullers, mowers had any, some, would say. I was a fool FREE Broom Holder. Enamel: J
y r" a bridge would sag and break down. I rakes, breaking plows, disk hare and others mat I had the big-head." with hard !Maple Rollers We are giv.l :. ,i, that this should be a part of the regular -
Wall said h" could keep it tense byiin'iinn rows, modern cone mills, etc are out And he was right. If a man wants to ing this Household necessity school work and that thrift
of reach of many small farmers\ but take the load in Some l away
': of a truHs. "Truss ejaculated portions of with .
purchase of
every goods amountIng should be taught as regularly as arithmetic -
1 ; tilt ciimmiisioner, "I know all several could combine in buying them, Bradford county, he! will be so pestered I to 100. Only to
\ one a customer or other tudy.A .
i about t trutMes,they ain't no good. and as such implements) are only employed with idle tongues and "smart Al Get yours early. any declared
011 number have -
of business
!'\ ( lie wore 'in, himself at the time). So at certain times they could be ecs" till he will soon give it up. 8 CAPT. DeWITT C. JONES [ men
that it is the most practical
':' :I t supports| | were put in and driftwood used first by one farmer, then by the A fruitful source of ill-will among 8I'I HARDWAREMatrimony.
i'l liUK caused the breakdown of tho other, and no one would be inconven neighbors is the dispute" about land -I 'L 1w s. | and far-reaching plan yet adopted bY't.he
i ienced. farmer lines. As : r i government!: to establish the habit
bridge. Many a small has to every farmer has much
,: I'
forego saving hay, because he cannot more land than he will ever have use of thrift among the people.
; afford to buy a mower and a rake; he 'for, this is foolish. If good will and "The Midge II. C. Runner's charming
-I II romance of New York
DODSON TELLS THE may not be able to give his fields) the friendship can be restored by relinquishing I dashed off In a house In Seventeenth life, was )I ..
filth they require for luck of a two- a narrow strip of useless
street lo order to provide Its author You Do More Work k .
horse disk harrow or pulverizer, but "dirt," it should by all means be done I
E co-operation would him with I The with funds "to pet married on." You are more ambitious and you get more
HORROR OF CALOMEL supply country preacher is the only '
enjoyment out of when your
these things, and so on. Many farmers [I agency that can bring about a spirit THRIFT CLUBS .REACH .1' blood Is In good condition.everything Irnpuntfea In
have wet portions of land, which I of cooperation ,
among farmers here the blood have a very depressing effect on
rnniiot be drained as the ditches would He is a disinterested party, but he is : HALF MILLION HOMES(I the system, causing weakness, laziness j

{761 Don't Need to Sicken, Gripe, have to be carried through neighbor'. interested in the peace, friendship and nervousness and sickness.
or Salivate Yourself tow lands, and the neighbor objects. In- 'good I : will that should exist among the i Through Fifteen Thousand Schools GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC

stead of objecting the neighbors people. He has the privilige of being restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying ;
I, I Start Liver.You're should help with such ditches, as they able to state facts, making I Rapid Progress: of Home Circle Thrift : and Enriching the Blood. When you feel '
I I' would be of tion suggea Club Work in !Southeast' Is I its strengthening Invigorating effect, sea
4. I benefit to them too. A asking questions and mediating 'I 1
t how it and how
All Records Reported brings color to the cheeks
whole without Plays
1 neighborhood is often
,' Hlioun sluggish l conntlpnted.on put to provoking anger. From his it Improves the appetite you will then
) feel headachy, your stomsih may bekour inconvenience for years because certain superior education, knowledge of hum.an appreciate Its true tonic value.

your breath bad, your akin ..Uo.,. land owner will not allow a direct ( 'nature and knowledge of the people D free YOu choice,want of ells limited Do want music to or Se your bald I the Great Home progress Circle has been made by O OVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
and you believe you need rile, dangerous road to the highway to pas ( needs he can present striking down! to the price and proer.mof lout on* Thrift Club movement Is not a patent medicine, it Is simply
A jt' calomel to start liver and bowels. through his. fields. It would compel arguments for pulling together more record, maker.own Invtrument. . thatopena started by the War Loan Organ. I IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup
to the compline of ALLm.k.
Ilora'a far guarantee I A.k TOUT drug. him to erect fences on both sides of I than is now being done. ..of you recorda. Dalton playa rang ALL aDd ization of the sixth district on the So pleasant even children like U. The

i; plat for a bottle of Podaon'a Liver Ton tho road, and this he cannot afford' i I' The high cost of everything the flare thorn better. _."_.Inn 10.....- first of January. More than a half blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON
U It m.n'of Interpretation e m.chanlo.rp.rrot.
t take
nd a spoonful tonight ( .
million
leaflets to Enrich
have been it. These reliable tonic
properties
Ir;'i doan"t start. liver and straighten Just for others convenience. Hereis farmer has to buy and the coming I sent out
: your
where his neighbors who would be scarcity and Come and h..r your favorite eelectlon* through the schools and these mel.lIages never fail to drive out impurities in
right better than calomel and high cost of labor
f. up
the
goa coup. vendared.. you never heard them 5.5,,.. I have blood.
sick I benefited by the road should in led with the reached a half million
''lI. :\ without griping or making ;yon step change! in farm manage TheStreegth-OeatingPower of GROVE'STASTELESS
i I want to back to toe store and and help him the ment that it homes.
you go pay expense Oc- taking place, makes cooperation tt Renrrfmaf.a i Chill TONIC has made it
'. Y I getTale money. (rasiona for co-operation among farmers more necessary now than I This was made possible by the cooperation the favorite tonic In thousands of homes.
Plc' I, calomel today and tomorrow you are too many to enumerate ever before. We I of the superintendent of More than folks
; hope the farmers thirty-five yean ago
sick nauseated
weak and and
sal Waee"t
3' j wm Dont lose a da'. Tike a spoonful of were the spirit for such work present, will recognize' : this, smooth out what ((county and city school system and would ride a long distance to get GROVE'STASTELESS

: 1 ...-mIH., vegetable Dodton'a fiver Ten opportunities for putting it into practice -| little differences that may exist between I the fifteen thousand teachers, who ChW TONIC when a
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if I'' i i'I I, teaUrht and wake up feeling splendid. would be found on every hand. them, let them be ruled by +au have taken part in the work The member of their family bad Malaria or
com
Zt .. perfectly harm?.... eo give It to ;your Among the early settlers it was common I mon sense and pull OLD ay I teachers explain the Home Circle needed a body-building strength-giving
f enlldnn say time It ..'j ...u.i" ..,-. enough; but in course of time I commonwealth. together for the I will. take one of the large one at 1 1$2.2t1 l 1 tribute Thrift Club idea to. the pupils and dl.- tonic, and oThe you formula can get i. just it from the any same drug today

them
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; FBIOAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY FELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

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::1\11,\ .' TIIEKESSA attended the box supper Saturday week after several] weeks' IIIn.. I I Sunday at Sampsonwith Mr and Mrs. notloe I -. ,
lvrn
( night. !: that 1'. B. flui. S
Well Emma 11. ]Randall will give the A. J. McKinney.I iturrhiiM-r of hart ofnn all! rtifieatm. ""m.
> Feb 13.-Messrs. D. J. S. B. Swindel and children, Willie IJ. lirrrd rrftiirrttvrly, lit
attraction and IRS IMIUM th.
of the bjr
,'Phillips and Chas. Gillyard left for and Girtle spent one day at Smith Lyceum ) I I Claude Birt and family, of Hampton T.M ("..II..t.l .' of II rad ford County florida

lrldns recently where they have accepted l lake fishing and caught several fine he high school] building. Reb. I i < spent Sunday with Mrs. Zora Said] rrrttflcntp) l.rlnr .Iiit-1. ih" 4th Ur of
Mi,," Mabel Brown spent the i l lend Dyal.i ]. A"". A. n. H'H soil ha* flied\ wnlrt crrtiflentmi
emp'oyment.rR tiout.Mr.. In tny ell.... soil h.. maul,. mipUcntlon( for tut
with, her parents at i Mr. and !Mrs. Ray McKinney of di-rd lo inntiv I In urconlunc' ,
$ 111. King was a business visitor with U*.
; lact and Mrs. Jimmie Batten, of was unable to return to school I Mountcochu, are spending, a few days Thf said eortidmtrt rcoiuictivfly .mt>,......

Jacksonville during week. HI'o.I.b'n.I'C visitlnjOrdati.t'8 In the family suffering from the with hIs' T'al'f1nt11'. and ;Mrs. Alfred! the fnllowlnir.......... lands .In flradrord county, t1",.
(I.IR.
:".if%( Mrs. S. B. Woodard was a visitor ertion .1 tit thv lint of thr Imunnflft .urhr
our Sunday.PROMINENT !Mrs Jot Bowling) of New . .
Mcik.inuy. rtificfilMi In thr tisimtoi ...ni<. tl\tly hrrc-tn- t'
'tothe county metropolis Saturday. ..- -.. was trading in Lake Butler *rtt>r i>iirtleuUrly' pit forth tn-wit : :
il! M ur8. Ben Hall and Khmer Wood.Mfiemployed I Bob Lee, of Thoressa.e a luisinpf ('ort.II..... N... 1"B h' at Bridgend spent eev.MHr RURAL; MEnCIIAXT1I'IWEHEU ss1IsLeY1i I Rev. S. S. Proctor ' "} > visilrr here Thursday.MUs Wiutrti' sad East Half of Nurthwrct Qiai'tu'r. ,
Brandy Urntiih, Saturday and \ Georgia 1 ,lwlll.d.Wllt. the I V.T 4. Tp. M. 8. R. 22 K.. 240 ftcrv*. tiMMn-ed I.,
the M : I /
days during: week here with XKAK KKMMUCK Miss '' V I' C.uthcn.CcHlnrnt .
folks.t ; 1"'I'la'hitt'n.. of : \v s'ck..cd with lirr parents lit Fort No. hi'S rmhmrmi tt.. Wiwt Hnlfrlhwrat I.1 1i
I I, ended the banket ball game 'i V%'hite. N, Quartrr. 4. Tp. C. 8. K. ,
l t W. Batten spent a few days at Ocala Feb. 10.on several occasions day afternoon :j V RO Acrrv .MMtmned 'P.k; flnw $: Tn..
{i L. G. Barry was a buxincss. visitor I Vnlf nairi .
)11 River on business.Irs. i errtlftmtr hull IMF dwmd --
this has been shocked at --=:::
county
Mrs. H L. Sprinkle was in t<, !x uiso Tuesday. .*>fitr<'liiiv' In law tn, d......, wtHnmtf\ thrrronon =
1 r\\ Mattie Ingran was a visitor some more or less diabolical crime I Saturday I I|I O. "'. liynl] in Hampton husini'MR 1h. "Ki-,1 .l Is r nf 1'.1."..". A. D. 1020.Vltniv .
was J
{ampton Thursday. committed' within its borders but none Misses l on \ mv nfTtcinl nivniiturv and ft***! thin :::-. .
l Eddie] and Cora Spires ''' :\r .
ollda) I IPth tlnx of January A. I). H 20. .
I I. Z. Sullivan was among the citi- i in its history was more cold-blooded he woek-cnd, with her ]. (' I I I E. J. Muirhee was railed to the 1 ed- W. T. WPFKH.Clrrk : '
to the as when Mr. J. J. Guthrie, one of the Midway. Clrrull. ('.'urt. "
i county seat Saturday : side of his sister, Mrs. 1\1. J. Titus, I' "r 1.i Ily C. A. KNIfiHT t
k riday several men of our commun- peaceable, inoffensive and upright B. Y. P U. met Sunday ('\'(' I I I,I Saturday.Th: 11.2 I .M.2.211( TVnuty Clrrk.< '1//
)
citizens of this section InTrr
fathered at the home of Mr. and was ambushedand fi:30. Miss ink Scarborough ) ]' Woodmen Circle met hen Fri. i '
murdered near his home at Kendrick I' orI'Nrru Apr IhTJfl'iJ FOR
TAXflFFTh
'ng O. K. Armstrong give I
1'! Hall an lay.
to help do
some neces- ttlhhitl NrrTiovCFNFRif *TR OP THE':
mary work on the dwelling. The houxejacked and the only cause so far given sso$ esting talk. expressing his Mr. nnd !Mrs. O. W. )))'/tl we lit j, MTATI'TC'S -',
: for the deed' was the fact that by his tion of bt'inilin the II. Y. P. U. I! Vnflrr In hi-rtl-r frlvrniMtvtinnvr that W. IHnw..
8S and several sills Bradford to 1.with :Mrs. !M. ,r. TIIIi'. , .
up new energies and thrift he had been able nf us'r1ifli'at, No. 50 .'.*. 0,i.
fplaced in position. Mrs. Hall and first hoc ,in n year. j who '- sorioi'ttill., I; I. I'K 7th tiny of July A. Pcprtinmlr 1>W.! V.. nird nM
'Iii( daughter Florence prepared to put away a few dollars for a "rainy When company comes I D.) W. Iturtim spent Sunday in I' S'nvi'ii' ,,f Urooki-r was a J In my.'ff ... .",1 )IA. ui.4- Tt.i'Hrn_
s a sump. l Son fnr tax di-tnl to lass. in ..
and he
day, as enjoyed a good iloKta.Mrs. etmrttMnet with'
I Jl'tuous dinner for the workmen and I patronage there is no time to r ( \iiitor i Il'ratul'thl; )'. l Uw. Said wrliflrnl *.tn ''..... Ohs fliowtnw
T ..rved them at noon. That night the at his little at Kenrick' was waste-no chances to ] Otne 1'ons' has gone to :\ Lindscy Lane, one of Uncle Sum's dmrrlWd. itrnporty, .ttn.ted In Bradford county.

J set well older supposed on Saturday nights to have bu taken! -so mother to |uivhu.i. her spring millinery I bo) Il, has received his flnnl di ..harg Florida' to-wtt)
younger as as ones, ( IK I. II rom 85 yifN K': nf NW Cor Snuth...tu
I perhaps little more than usual in hiscoffers. !Mr. and Mrs. Kustman, of and is home (} .r' '* of 8mithriu
,gathered there and enjoyed a pound sees that there is always ) to farm for a while. r qusslcr. 00. U. thnnro.
After closing his store Saturday fl IBM 'd.. thrnr. R: IRA ,... ......
T W1'( gui -ts of !Mr. and :011'11.: Messrs. Vernon Jones Carl ) *n ruin of .h.
Many McKln-
party. interesting and amusing night Mr. Guthrie took what a can of Register l tlM>nro iu rim of hmtirh to Hni of RM lot
( games were played before ney and Wiley Edmondson wero ]hero Ihrnre W to point of ttrlnnlntr. tKtuudfd hr
,
supper money he had in the store, placed it A irK'oni l was felt) over town Sunday. T i Simon on W A O. W. f.lvlnmtim on S A
-4en Mrs. Hall
assisted by the olderCUflItS. i in CALUMETBIKING ?.rvr Johnn on R.': R -". *4. IV. 7
a little money bag, took the books morning when S. It. 21 S
] news reached here Mrs. ..
spread the table with the George Stone Is visiting ]her P:" ]ft A.
Impounds" carried. After the of the store and startcd'for his home, 'POWDER . MKs Cindy.MrGill, who hud ,' I daughter Mrs. Walker, of hastings Tho saM l Sand. WIn, ...>r...." at th. data of
supper a fchoit distance and that In IxispiJn, ) in lh l luunneo of aurh r.-rt5fl.at. In thf nmtio .
was a Nework
young folks continued the games un. away City James Reynolds was a business/ vis. of T. M. Willis,,... II",... .nl.l .. .tlII..t.. -
'''til a late hour. Those enjoying the I the last seen of him until his body on t hand. Cakes pies, ili-nd. The 1"1"" '"\'I'd <'Il&'$ have | itlympnthy or to Gainesville Saturday hull b* ........m.,' .rrordlnir to Inw. f..v d.N* I was found Sunday morning literally of their friends will !is..". thereon on th. Bard day of Fvbruarr
occasion were :Misses: Stella Cloverf .. cloughryits.rnuflins amt I In Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts of tho *. D. 1980.Wltnraa .

? settle, Florence Hall, EntcJIe Woodard I torn to pieces, as the result of three all Rfvt1 t things t,) :!'I hour. I Vanderbilt section were visltng: Mr. vetf official' .'''''Rlu.. and seal! this
pr four loads of buckshot fired I cy flit day off January A. P.
at I't-n 11'20.
'r? Gertie Swimlc! Nealie Voungblood must be dressed up ;in i f8 Duke, of Five :Mile was t and Mrs. C. B. Roberta Sunday. W. T. WEEKS.:

;Wilma May; :Mesdames: Ben Sasscr close range, their best taste and lifting. IUIMIMCII.S here Sat u riley.l'il Willlo Ml: ne., of Mounteochs, was Clark Clrealt Court Bradford ('..."",.. Flaw
,
, UMay\ and T. B. Triest Messrs. It was also found that his money Merrill: of New River, ,'i here Sunday afternoon. By C. A. KNIfmT.

31Ben and John Hall Kilmer Woodard; had disappeared. At the point where looks. his daughter, Mrs. J. L. ( ]! Alvin Wasdln, .f the Brooker section (SKAL: l-IB-et-2-80.TVpntr CI.IIr t'

fSam Swindel Calvin Triest Blunton, the body of the dead man was found Then, too, her icputa- 'uturduy. 1 I was a visitor at the home of Mr. -U ,'

[Owsley Charlie Phillips Bill Gnann was in the opposite direction from tion as a cook must Miss Ella Werts, l is ,,"' and Mrs. I. I.. Ogden Friday. 8TATFMFVT! OP THR OWNRRSmi*. MAN ,

f and others. his home it i is supposed that the assassin be upheld) an(' she I rated at the home. of Mr. and 1\1 Wesley McKinney, of Louise, was AGRMRNT.CONGKRH8 RrqlTIRRO: AITGHHT! BT*1. ACT t.... OP \.

through some seemingly plausible 'cs" thur Brannen.' hero Sunday. or Bmdford County TrW-itrmph puMlnhrd 55
Mesdames[ Jno. Phillips and J. E. i ijOwsley tale managed to decoy Mr. Guthrie 'st.I: >; it: on Calumetcsiiytlms. The, University Extension Joe Kemp and brothers of Bellamy, w,wk1y at Stark. Flu., for OetoWr. 1. 1919. ;t- 1
Shektowsit RtAto of Florida ,, .
and ; County of "'n"" pat
.
, son, Charlie were shopping to the spot on the railrod where at the school house Monday were visitors hero Sunday. Hi-fur m.. notary public In and for the
in Starke Saturday. his body was found and either he oran will:c>t disappoint her. Prof. Robert leading the ',. Jesse Ogden was a visitor to Louise .tat. and county" formiald. poraonaltr. an- .\
; (; G. M. Bennett Order a can end have thecompany" ,arr4 It' fl. Matthew*. who Cast.... fawn duly '
{iWMessrs. and Charlie accomplice hiding in the bushes The Woman's Club will meet Sunday afternoon. s worn .ecnrillni I to law. dcpiwni and sam hisS ;
('Phillips returned! Saturday to South nearby shot him to death and then I kind oi bakings 14th at 3 o'clock and at 4 ,,,' Tommy Olens spent Sunday in Haw h.. ti tlt. owner of th. Bradford County TVI..

, ,'Florida after a week's visit here with fobbed him. ercry day.Calumet Hodges of the State University' t thorno. .raph CIa. knowlrd'and sos? Hint th* following I.. to th. bf.tof
.
hwllrf. a tru atat mint
( ' )'elatlves and attending: to business. Development] of the Cane. contains only such ]lecture. Visitors(' always Miss Mabel McKinney, of Louise, of th. own...101'.. mana.i>m.nt. .te.. of thafofwiatd .

, ,QSam: Swindel was a visitor to Hamp- Sunday morning Sheriff Galloway ingredients as have been I Pro R. A. Green after was here Sunday. th aliov. |>ubHc tlon fir the date ahown l In
the
I' approved officially by caption, rmjulrvd l>y the mat of Au
jh >n Saturday. received a phone message stating that U. S. Food Authorities.Y. successful term of school at Juke Roberts Is. in Jacksonville onusiness .u.ft 54. iSiS ...-.... I ,
\ 'Mrs. T. B. Triest suffered the mis Mr. Guthrie had been murdered and npcned a noimal school here That th. namra..and addwss.... of th. *. ruh.
.. trim It. b this week. S ll.h.,. llto,.
of jo. Lay l'< managing dltor and buBlnwtmanaprrni t

.::1.\g\I" bones fortune in her falling left and arm fracturing at the wrist the Thomas he immediately and together: summoned started Marshal for the Y.. MT ..rk.a y.t ass Is.I pupils.Wnltu Savage is ill this week Oliver Sparks, of Mounteocha was I'ut.lUhrr.a..R.'t: fl MRUh._. Rtark. Fl.. 5

home a business visitor hero flnndny.Mr : rid: I tor. R: fl. M.."...._. rltarh. Cia 4
Awhile chasing some hogs: which had scene of the crime. As they neared on DeVIo street.Mrs. Ttuntnrtia manawr. F.. B. Matthew.. Stacks
C! rotten into their cabbage: patch. the railroad crossing near the Union S. S. Proctor and I unit Mrs. Alvin McKinney !spent !, *
Miss. Sunday ut the' home of his 'IihI the ownrra. t R.': 0. Matthcwi.. Start,.
Marshall parents,
:r Mrs. E. L. Sibley of Ocoee, arrived station they,found the tracks blocked-] t spent Sunday at .

., ere Sunday afternoon for a few days with a passing freight train and had - ___ n Mile, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Chas McKinney, of Io- I That th* known landholder. mftrlirairMHi an fither

is It with ber parents Mr. and Mrs. to stop. Marshal Thomas noticed a I bullet hole-;' Init. Pekle.Or. lu, ise. !< erurlty h.ldr. ownlnir or hnldlnir 1l
>**r rrnt nr m*>r>i> of total amount
,,1 L A. Youngblood and sister Mrs. II. young man by the name of Charles Sheriff Weeks was notified of the ] mid Mrs. J. M. Mann Misses Frances Murrlii'e, Rosa ]Price I ortKairra or other aerurltlca I aeer N''nd. /

' :. Moorer. Langford who appeared to be under find and an inquest was held Friday, Mr. and Mrt. Long/ of Five M and Maltii Ogden motored to ]l.ouist'Sunday '' Sworn ti, and K.;...,5 I.. .."ATUYWR: .
Sflrrfilny
I
We are having pretty weather now the influence of whiskey, in a car driven but nothing further was learned. The Sunday afternoon. afternoon of January ,1.1.. .

ut several of the farmers on low land by Horace Hinton and decided to findings of the jury were that an unknown The Lake Butler high school Odell Abernathy, (,if Jacksonville, is .M.I Cm. ( WIT.

re not able to till much soil. take him in charge, the sheriff proceeding man came to his death from ket ball team defeated the Lake h ere on business this week My fwtnmlNMlon explrra 1. I2.

James the ]little son of Mr. and to the !cenand after ascertaining unknown hands. high school team Friday Frank Beville) of Hcllumy spent NOTICE

Frs. S. R. Swindel, was painfully that young langford had given It is generally thought from the I the score of 10 to 6. This makes 11 Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Nul. !I. )herrliy riven that slat! daya

urned about the neck ]last week when Hinton a roll of bills to keep for condition of the clothing that the mur. I Butler's fifth game this season J. R. Itrville. .... ...11. on tho 10th day of F..n....A.

)o was sent in the house to lay a piece him arid was acting exceedingly nervous der had been done about a year The l ing won every game. : Miss Thclma Curry spent the vn'k .I P.., 1PSO.Tlradford I will County present, Florida to th. Count mv final* Judr ae..

>f wood on the fire. The kerosene can decided to place him in the city l letters "R. E. A." were scratched on I the shining star for Lake end in M(canopy with her parents. eountn.. and votinltpni of the ..1.... of J. M.

as near the hearth and when the fire jail first taking the money given to the handle of the razor, as though it Robinson for the visitors spent'I I Mrs. 1). Barry (1M on an extended I II nf" .ame. deeeanrd.and for and my aiiply final dlnrhartr for the anprnval... aurhadm

egan to get hot the can began to Hinton and giving him a receipt for might be a name, but no one of that special] mention, making 4 of visit to Tumpa and, while there will I "",lntrator.PHled .

eat and in some manner fire got into the sum. Later in the day Langford name has ever been heard of around I points for Lake City, while attend the fair lf I ll ft. the 111th' day of Deeemher. A. I>.

k he can. The boy not realizing the was removed to the county jail and the this section. made all of Lake Butler's goals. Mrs. Stella Gamble, of Plant City I J F"Trl. II I]

) anger, picked the can up and in an story he tells is about as follows: Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby and baby I time was called it stood 6 I Is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs Adfnfnfutratftr' ani'd. of the F"tRI.. M Futrh.oVrr .

c' nstant it exploded scattering the Early in the afternoon of Saturdayhe of Starke were week-end guests of I Langford made I 5 points in 5 ./11,0, Padgett. - _. 12-1 t I.It..1 S

.. Jurning oil over his clothing.!: By this proposed to Earl McRae that theygo Mrs. Rigby's: father J. T. Marr. ending the game. Ethel and' Leo ]llynl/ of. 7.i ijf. visits: _

ime his mother was there and smoth- out to Kendrick for liquor, McRae Chas. Wilkinson was a visitor to Longford, 10. R. F" (' their grandparents' !Mr.' arid Mrs. O. I (' '" 'RRWIRI' Mats
'red the fire before he suffered serious being a driver of a "for hire ear" for Starke Monday. Knight L. F." W. /Dyal) this week. llptvhv. niflc. I 'h., u".I,-, and hyvlrtijit
$
tit that orrtaln oWn* nf uurtIttn mudi
njury. Horace Hinton. They drove out to Mr. Truxler, of Starke, county demonstration Bielling, C I Arthur Hurry wan a visitor to Jacksonville nnrt .*",.*.. In Sun Olwi't' Court" In soil fur* ,
W. A. Jones was a visitor to Hampton the store and stopped for lunch of agent for Bradford county Leo R. G. finul'nrrl Count*. FlnrUU... 'In
Friday.J. cheese and crackers and Langford was a business visitor here Monday. Brown L. G. II|, s Monday--- -. -- the A hiSS. ii.M y Hitrrtnry nf, Janimrv and, A.h.I.htmhaiwi.1t 20. In Favorof A. '

P. of Winter that he ] .McRae! the I I ""' ',, Killih I.
Gufford Garden arrived says { in car togo Mrs. T, E. Erigcbrctsen, of Jacksonville 1 KILL I THE HAT n. Wilt and hop htiMtmnri. I. .

f here Sunday afternoon for a and get the "shine." He bargainedfor came out Saturday for a visit; ELARBEEElarbce I 1 Wlf.. WHI.1 lama F. WIIHama. minor*,, M l'>*y William lh"*lr riot and frli W( no\my -

few days on business. two quarts from Jake Anderson, with her mother Mrs. E. Wilkinson. I The rat Is credited with cauHing: .1 F Wflltam$ ..'I.I"h.n. and ntmlnnt .,.

Messrs. Ben Hull and Kilmer Wood. but seemed to have gotten only one at II. A. Owens, of Waldo, was the ] Feb. 13Mrs. Ruby more deaths ns a carrier of inr"UuulIdl F Wllllur1"wl'l''."onVr""".,"anil 1. .*. ".In.d...front I en f<1 of corn.nIa5orn'u'u th..*

ard :returned Sunday night to Bridg- that time, which he and Jake took to guest of II. C. Wimberly and family man and Elnora Rosier were ('IIM1I than bullets Ilia, Imttle., i I IThe court. tint.< rtir Htirl,.1 1..1) l ConS, .
end. the Jakespit'd to Raiford Wednesday f-'htrltln. They were accompanied by Mrs.S. the car. Upon nearing car Wednesday. .. D .I.I nn
I '
'
rut
destroys annually' grain and 1 Mntufnv, tht Int .
B. Woodard who will spend a few a shotgun in the ear and asked John 1. Marr visited friends at Quite number oflOlarbce other. products equal to $2 for everyman IF lhi t.Mtmt.soil! bent dnv. of tiliM'-r March. for A.rnnh D. In 1I0.h.."Irt... I

days: in that section. Langford/ to let him have it for a Bronson Sunday. tended the show Saturday night. woman, anti chili) in the United I 1hi' > frillowlnir, ilfurrllicrt, pool fntiito Mtimtof| and
iH'lm
Mrs. W. W Packham and children short time as a certain "nigger"/ had Mrs. Wimberly and daughter: Wini Dean Gridls, of Johnstown, States I Th* orihwi-In Hrntlforil' .,.,rnunty...., of H.'I"lt., *7 to-wlt. Townonln I .
the vistors Starke Sat. been > around" his house and visitor to G. W. Rosier A ''. ... .
were among to 1)( stel' nlt fred Messrs. J. K. L. Kelly' ami Saturday.HAMPTON Rfinih 1f Fnit. soil| II,. Mouth
urclny. and he wanted to get. him. Jake also W. M. Wimberly motored I to Lawtey These lire tin two tiiif r"I1M"1why] , wrnl Qtmrtrr (.ft'"tion," 2. luwimltln ft fl",,'h.
'Jttiinv-f JO ,
the fthould bu exterminated r-'n.t Minn 55 North half nf th.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Hersey and children stated he would bring the other quartof Sunday.A. rut ( NorthruNt
of Raiford were guests! of Mr., booze when he returned the gun. J. Howe, of Kramer arrived Saturday I I 1 There arc a number. of praclirnl I 1 t h. Nnrlht-iiHt (niactor. ami tho I N'irh'm>t of 'I

And Mrs. R. M. Horsey Saturday and Langford arcompained Jake a short for a visit with relatives Hampton, Feb. 13.-A prayer ways in which. this nmy IPO dorm. With '! th. HonthmHt A Rontli C/unrtKr fHnr( 10 In .11..1.:*# ,"Ain.'2H 1'ownnhifi tM'vIn. .

Sunday. distance on his mission and stopped, .- -- --. --- ing has been organized at the I the Extension: I Division/ of the College tilnir .! thfl Nnr'k.>iiit enrnrr *.f SPa NnHht-nnt

The box supper given Saturday wasa and nays that in a few minutes he LAKE HUTI.KU dist church. The meetings will | of Agriculture Imrlunir the proposl- ?Oiinrd-r of. tho I, NoHhwt, Qtinrtfr nf H.vtlon
I H. TowiiMhln Ianc
.. fliiHih. 1H Knit: thnnnir
i ]Florida
Ion have !I.
real.success and very much enjoyed.There heard a gun shoot and heard someone 7:30: p. m. every" Friday night. : pi-nplc' already < run WMit MO y arda t., nulnt nf eu.oim'ncc.rn't .
I invited. |gun a fight on the flit Thin fight will| , thriir. flmilh' 140 y..r.1.) thfnr Wmtt
were eighteen boxes sold the cry cut: "for God's sake, don't shootme Luke Butler Feb. 13.-Litlle Leon eryone I pit", Oirndtf
ynfflit.
highest sum paid for one box being I any more." That this was then Singer: is on the sick list thin week. There l is a merry-go-round In not bc won until/ Oils enemy has ln-en I K.HMt ??0 yiirilN to North point of HO emn.nm.ocnt.yiirtlii l th..n., II

the the nection with Paula shows completely kit Ii'l out, I S noniHlnlnir nix neri*. mora or (lisa ; contalnlrujr
$7.00. Mrs. II, E. Moorer was followed by two more shots from Miss Edith Itivers, of Jacksonville, at 'I I ,
Prof. C. In nil 4MI; nr>roH. inuro or !5-as.
state
owner of the box. A total of $30.25 gun and that he went back to the car is visiting Ina Cone this week. ton this week. McQuiirrlc' agent i,I N. 11. WA tP'JWIttGttT.

was collected which will be put to the where he found !McRae drunk and asleep The Liberty Belles gave a delightful Rev. Armstrong, of Lake says to poison, trap or kill theiri IiIi it I A B. (' ,

benefit of the Christian church. In a short time Jake reappeared entertainment at the high school I filled his regular appointment flY way you ran, lint dOl' not li-t one I I 1 \ AnKINfl.f F: A "': . rnninilrM' >
1). W. Moore and family motored to and Langford told him that he did building: Feb. 11 tb. These are talent') Sunday. 1(0.A I *" mt.lnlnnntii'' Wr.lrl| ".r f **A ft--2T;

Hampton Sunday afternoon. not have any money to pay for the ed you rig ladies and present a program Tho death angel visited !I >I pootnl I card reriietit| to I ho II S I. I _- l.ll- IS-Ul-J-- llJL __

Messrs. Willie Hunt Leland Beden- booze, whereupon Jake told him that of delight wherever it l is their Sunday evening and took 'department of agriculture.. Washing- I 1I Not Ml'PefAt.,IH MAATF.K'N HIK

buugh and Cyril Manire of Hampton was alright that he had plenty ofmoney privilege to be. midst Mrs. W. II. Harvey. Mrs. I i ton, D. C., ur to your ttirriculturu! col-, lrtur .nf N hf-ri'tiy final' riffr frlvrn 1 ** of that forwtoNMrtt uniicr., ansI mad|>*,.

and handed him a roll of bills Mrs. G. W. Alderman! Is convalescent vry was laughing and talking !L "'11" ', .xt'nql",,' d'vHon, Gainesville; 'i .mI| .ntr, 'r'*>. In A ...rO.Ina..!*. Se5tdin.' In fhf
will information thebest (.1..,." ( ",," nf lmtford| (" .
her ] brlrg you as to Cnmit FtorMn,
friends |
Faying that he could pay him back another after a severe illness. only a few minutes 'hp ""."r.' ..Id. of nM, .... nn
"rt.
LIFT OFF CORNS time but that they had better W. M. Overstrcet of I'alutka wasa her death, which1 happened methods, to follow in killing this I dfrwrf, sin 'h,. hIS flnir nf .'n"...mii'li A.* D.and III."n-
"h..I. th. Ano.*''.*.. T,,,.,
crank up the car and leave which busines svisitor to our town Mon The news of her death was pest. !| nn iidminlHirator' rnrnpnny.nf th. a...aorpornfort ..,-
---- ---- --- *
Lanpford says they immediately did. day and Tuesday.Mrs. nhoflc to the whole community. of fj I F M.UII.., rim>iiiiifrf In ,. -
McRae makes the statement that he M. Price was the guest of leaves to mourn her loss a ( I' I SPKCIAI. MAHTHKH: MAtS. I I ttlitlnnnt. and ..,...,. ?),.tl. f'a'Ser.t., .
few then lift sore I Notlri* M hcn-tir jrlv*>n ihHt unili-r suit l lipL MM wifn. John I I' '
Apply
drops neither remembers when the car wan 1)I. 1'. Floyd and family l last wc-ek.Mr"'l husband an .
: host of rvlutives . I r, nilfr*' 1 J."". ", lAth. A. P I IV''ft: byI 1h. irniirt hniin
touchy corns off with started nor when he reached Ocala. Mrs. [I. Floyd and children and and friend |I th. Jfiflif of thn C'lrrult, Court ttt "",10"I. fftHrh. KlorlilH., tfnr nf Itrndfitrri CVnntr

However' he, as well as Jake Anderson M. Price spent the week-end with Mr. have the nympathy nf the whole KlirliOi, JiMllH 1 Clrrult. ]In end l for llmtrnrd| Mitrfh IH'.rO:! I..t.nn..>n Monrinv.Ih. | *|tht hmini|I.t of rinv aat.'nf

fingers are both in the county jail with and !Mm. Price of Caraway. munity.Mi C..unsy.* wherein In ("rinnrprr Alfrv'l ntlllnir.R Hfi. In was trmt' niimliUln., eHnfnCHUN 'I',""I5wtn.,,tliftilr'h, ( ...* and tirat ItlfMnr.. for . thr'
will remain Lake Butler S. *R Kmrna IlidfH one of Rnl'A .Inhnimn f> 'tf'prr'tM'rl coal rn ..*. ,..**'<| a ,.1
l.antrford! where they until Chapter O.) E. met ""' I( unit TnilritrnHfRl r-[ >.-ln In ti* i-oiifit .,f .1.
..
the session of the grand jury, in regular session February 10th at'I' ton's ,popular ynurig 11111 iN. wan I nnl 1111.,.,,triv(Cornr'Hny, ",,,,,...1,1. a ,iiririitlnfl.will\ offer for.wrr oftl" .lM'>.fortho ",,''a- 1".1.' < ...(1 an "'""'od,,.... 1..1.II" c-f
Feb. the' Munonic Hall.. ping in Ktarko Tuesday. I i .. Thr N..rh Ifntf! nf SC. ... .. .."..,
which has been called to >meet' on I court C" iloor lit Nurk Klorl'U."' Im-i Kix ? 0.
I I ,... t.. , of nail. 1. Townnh'p" A. South. Unnur* flO F"f.
I IDo..Tt't nth to investigate/ thin and several Mrs. P. M. Padgett; delightfully; entertained Mrs M. K. May of Ohio, i .*rah" the lat HIVIII Iftutl In"th". hlithn) *nil nn W MoridNy.M .,t I.I.I-' ', roninlnlnir Mn .... morv or t t1"*.

other murder cases that have occun.-d the Lake Butler and Lake | been visiting;, ]her. parent, Mr. d.., f..r en.h, th* followtnir\ .*... Mm. T. ItimU-il. In llrmirnrd. ( ,,,,,t,,. Kl'.rl.ln. 0. V rf>NO, Spf-rUt Murtt.r.
in this section. City ,asket ball teams Friday evening ,- M. Hagan for several. wit( : < I Mollrltor for r,>ftit.|..lniint 1.
I and his at her home. returned h"m.. Saturday. O.M..r
Galloway deputies Many were .
Sheriff games
Th,* F.wt: llnlf ..? th, Nnrthriuit (M, .rt-r
as well as Marshal Thomas, are doing. played and delicious refreshments S R. M. King] of Therrssa, was I j and H.Milhw.t CJimrt,r of. tb. NoMht'lMt f' to ferret out the. were served. j (tor here M'l tlIlY. I I i t.... K:..t 1I..1t.of tlu" > Hr>ulhw..t (j"..rl.,. I I I I fn rirr>.t ('"tr f'Rt.* t KK.Htln.. 11.h. .5.
all in their power flotithfwil C0l.rt., r of ,No'ihwre', (jUR'. '." R" perpetrator of the crime and to bring Rhet Urawdy and father Forrest J. II. Pollard l, of I I :' Nnrthwmt
him as well as any accomplice he mayhave Drawdy of Five Mile, were business spending/ a few days in Hampton' I I l|I Hftlrm A'(]mi HouttMUNt 5. '..*.... 'Cijst.r lrf A Mouth nt 'Panir.orthi'iMt 22 QuO Kant: | I I 1 I'I Il I I A A(.ml.lal"1.,n".,,,, ,,

n'a'd; to ju"tice.-Ocala Banner. visitors to Lake Butler ]last week. week l I. nf Hrcllun 4. Towtuhlu ......Ih. U.."". 22 "" I
.. The B. Y. P. U. will give a Valentine M. H. Smith of New York l |i illnmpton eait; : I i" OKI: f.A .,,,
- I [ / [ AI..i, (..>'. nn* II. Two (21, Thnx (HI,1 5, 'i "".".,,,,," .OI I
HUNTERS FIND BULLET PIERC- party at the home of Rev. W. C. Armstrong Monlay.hfanipton I Four H... Plv. (ir.l, ant HI., ((*5. ..r tho W..IH..I' .V.?":.. arif.9] "v aff<(t., U app'n t. t t*
El SKULL; UNKNOWN :MAN and each member is invited to school In not open, I t nf Ihr rViiifhwi-ot (,,,...., nf the N.irth- MM flint In the nhove, .tn.1 rn.iMf that. .fVIS" .
be present and bring a valentine. week on acrount of the flu .. fmttt Qimru-r of, fWtlon 3, Townthll* II South.llnntrc .lohnnon.. the, ftfftonrflint therein nnmed. in .
I2SI Knit: I i I pnn ,.I'n'' of .* Hfef* .f Florid and .5-!.5I. _
Parts of Clothing] Found With Hat Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stevens left William Jones of Thr-ressa I XW.I lot" Thlrtrrn tl81.I I Fnurbttn ( I Ml.i FKU \I.. a re* and Shorn Thursday for Valdosta, Ga., after soy tending to business in Hampton/ >..n (/I IRi I. fll,.tm". ( IS), flrvrntupn ((171 KlvhIwn """,. over 'Ii*. nve of Sw.nSV.oo. "'." It '4thf
I j day. | ( ISI, T..t'...". 121), Twvnlf-lwa" 1221 wO'r.. i.l!. ,.0 'h"i,11.! | nt il..
oral! weckit' visit with Mr. and Mrs. I'. |I ff-nftnnt Kml I I. -
Tw'nly-thr .
((2R| Twntf.r C nnrien
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hurt a bit I Prop a little I [Dr. Mifk'leton! of Starke has nr a tr> thf hltl nf ' ," .. ...,
Highland Feb. 13.--Wednesday of M. Padgett. MoHhwmt Cju.rt.>r of 1h RnulhwrHt' Qimrttrof eomplnlnt III.t In M eaun* f>*ior
Frresone on an aching corn Instantly here. A daughter was born to Mr. and I in Hamptnn on professional. I Hrot'nn 1. Tuwn.hlp S Mouth ll..n"ri> 22KKk' b-r.'M* fttnS, ",. the ..y of ".reH. .'
lift last week while hunting near P rthfrwtHf the iItcaiSin.. .
that corn steps hurting then you iM'Infr R I'"'' nf ('ummlmr'N' Rubillvliilon, In21 nf *M bUS|
il right out. Yes magic I Messrs. Max Wimberly J. R. L. Kelly. I Mrs. Guy Phillips Monday night. Keveml days of this week. i of t .rtlun 7, 1'owONtiln. I South IUn". 22: .It h >.' eft n*< ..nn'..... hv MitM, ",.r..nda'"
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A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a and H. A. Owens, of Waldo, found a I The stork visited the home of Mr. R: M Jon Nil. ,' !Uhi-ri fince a we..k top fve* n im."utlvewee'I. .
lew cents at any drug store but is sufficient human skull and other bones, parts of and Mrs. B. ZI| Matthews Monday; GRAHAM! A. V r.ONfl, Sp.rS.I. M... .o,. 'I" the "" .0' fountv T.'.,...., n n.wpnf >
hard soft th,"..... tmhltHherl,', In said county and *tat..
to remove every corn puir of trousers, coat hat and shoes,, night and left a daughter. i for CumDUIniint.mr>l-'i-in Thi
a 9H
corn, or corn between the toes and the three pencils and a razor. That a murder Preston Williams, of New River, Graham. Feb.13.-O. W. I>yal I S 1 _ I i I 1 January 1020. W. T. WKPTKfl.

calluses, without soreness or irritation. committed was evident t1 motored to l Lake Butler Saturday. a business visitor to'Starke NOTIcE: OP .PPI.I"ATION POK TAX lISPS: SRYII Clerfc Circuit Cou"t
been I
Frwcone is the sensational discover had I INI; >KN KF.CTIOV: ITU of rut: I A. H. ,f'RRW.
of Cincinonti genius. It wonderful from the fact that the skull had two I Mary Borum entered! school thin Mr. and Mrs. Miriam Wynn <; I orNEKAL: STATUTeS I l S"lol", fr Compualnanl..5O.et.2.'T! .

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a FRIUA FEBRUARY 13, 1921 ,
f' t BRADFORD OOUN'M1. 'TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA

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:' t 1-be to lIav? money. A long life's battle CHRISTIAN

Bradford County Telegraph with r>penury has taught. them the --
\\1. desirability of having means to be able At the Christian church the revival

to meet every emergency that money meeting are increasing in interest
Published I Weekly, and entered as can prevent or ameliorate. "Your and will be continued every night

I cud clan matter at the post-office at : best friend is a dollar in your pocket"is Ixird'a day service will be held at the

Starke Florida. : a true saying. Miy1/ times we haveto regular hours Sunday Feb. 15th. The
< for public is welcomed.
forego excellent opportunities
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I = ourselves simply for the I I W. B. SMITH,
4 /. Z. 8. MATTI EWS, Editor and Owner. bettering Evangelist.
k I ,;: lack of a few dollars thlls'erif'inl{ .
the old proverb that says "When it
record is a DEATH (II-" MUS. WYNN
q The meanest man on rains porridge the poor man has no d
i! I Jacksonville: negro who stole a typewriter When sickness and death visit ,1iY
spoon
1 Picture the Mrs. Heenan C. Wynn of Hampton,
I from a preac-her. the well to do man he has only sorrow -
\ I i,' distress of the good parson trying toy I to contend with but when these died at her residence there Wednesday "

, .). decipher his hand-written notes in the' come to the poor man, he is not only Feb. 10th. The remains were interred ,

pulpit. harry, but in despair for he does not at Hampton cemetery Thurs :
J know how to meet the inevitable expenses day. A more extended obituary notice -
We are under obligations to theII connected therewith. Many an will be given by our Hampton ''I
r ,, of the South Florida Fair be-I correspondent next week. f f ri l )
I .. managers untimely death has taken place I t ,
II ,,; to be held at Tampa February Ifith cause there was not means to procurethe I .

A. r to 21st, for tickets. This fair and best, medical attention or to move I 1lTHODISTSunday

1 l v Gasparilla Carnival promises to be the the patient to a more suitable climate, r' a

+-1 bent ever held and if will pay to attend and many a person has to go throughlife school, 9:45 a. m. ""1""."' f 1"r i if
y. them. as a cripple or deformed because Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. PTO t

his parents did not have the means to Epworth League, 6:45 p. m.
i The latent activity cf the W. C. T. pay for an operation that would have Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:80p. :

'jI l U. Is rvported to be an attempt to forbid -' mucle him whole. Lack of money is m. 0 1 t I

',. physicians to prescribewhiskey often humiliating. To ask for credit J. C. DIGGS :
l : for real or imaginary ailments. The Pastor.
when we do not know how soon we
a \ ', doctor has hitherto been an autocrat, may be able to pay, makes us feel like ,
and luIS .been considered as all wine( by Ix-frtrars. When the government asked ( 4y
i' all hi, colleagues, and he will HONOR ROLL
, I : except for war' loans, how many, many men dd
,,,,, 1 ++ prove very restive when his rights arc were sorry because they were not ableto TS' LT.ta : {%.iy .
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j questioned. Yet the women, no doubt the in its distress by r
I ; help country LONG: ; BRIDGE ,
\ AStfp"
:! ; have .good authority in support of buying bond How often would we ,
'. their claim that whiskey is not' neeestary J
: fiord like to help a needy friend if we only First Grade-Annie May Johns Alton .
and they have won just as
i in and
could afford it. Money power I
4 Moody, Mamie Rowe Ojune Ad-
I, fights: before. It will be interesting If with to have
gives standing. we
j , to watch the outcome of the battle, kins. Albert Moody, J. E. Crews.
for the bettermentof
something to I
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arl say Third Grade:Thomas West, Emory 'LOOD IDEA!
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the community, the pofwcRBion of r
: : Johns, Lula MCKinney,
From the fashion centers it is learned is We Open
j means necessary cannot start your
Fourth Grade-Wexley Rose
Johns Edward Moody. Lucky pack*
b.1 will be lower than before the coming without Borne money. The ImpecunIous er f
,
Fifth Gltide-Charlcs. Smith, Clar-
' ;, season, and some paper are wondering man is always in bondage, for his ence Adkins Maude Crews, Everett age this way- tear
+ t what will come next., It hag proven lack fif means often prevents him
Renfroe Crews. off of the
Gladys part top
,
fruitless job for the
a papers to from accepting better employment,
: teach di-lioacy in dress to some women baying: goods in the cheapest market, Seventh Grade Mabel-Lotone Crews Moody Grace Jes- only.Protects .

r and they may as well give it up. selling in the highest market and from' sie DowlinsTf ,

,: f The women who are worth a second making such improvement as would Welch Frank Merritt, Ruby Mae 1 the Lucky Strike
Johns Winnie Cason.
thought will continue to wear dresses his business better footing. ,
put on a
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cigarette made
f Mrs. E. A. Harper, principal. cigarette-a
sufficiently high at the neck and low The truth of the above no one will I

:I ft the bottom to comply with the accepted deny. Economy is the mother of many BROOKER of that delicious real Burley -

rules of dwe ncy; let the others blessings. Those who are impecunious u tobacco. It's toasted.
7 abbreviate their drenftcg. at both ends .
should mend their ways and :
"., Primer-Myres Warren, Iris Brown
.. if they will; every square foot of dress through Indulltl'1"'' and economical living Pearl Gainey Willie' Kelley, Howard
goods saved will tend to make cloth .
save up what.money they can for Mott. -

cheaper, use when required. The producersnow First Grade-Evan IIazen, Lowar tJ./ -1tr

get better prices than ever before Lewis, Aubrey Hazen. '"'

While the automobile was struggling so do their employes. Every Second Grade-Paul Stewart, Ora .

.t' } for a foothold years ago, the man, young or old can get remunerative Belle Kelley, Alynne Hazen, Clarenc
comic papers had pictures of epecta- employment, 'Yet these desirable Morgan. V INC OMP4demoeiatle VE

p I cled and chin-whickered farmers carrying conditions are not taken advantage of Third Grade-Toledo Guiney.:Clyde.kiiy.

pigs, calves and turnips to town as they should be, And extravagance, ,, .

:in automobiles, as such a consummation underproduction and luttflng aft Keen! .
Gainey:
Grad1 Lois
was then considered Impossible. too often. These! good time 'will hot Fifth Fourth Grade-*-Opal Haien. ful and .owkntlou. voten and* ..U..elected.1R.protnb. A. :
Yet today many farmers could not got., I last forever, so' better "make hay f.lth'j
ii Now Sixth' Grade-Roy OatneyAnona:: FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP
their
plow! without automobiles. while tJm, tun shines, go to work I hvrpby announce myself a ...
n v/t learn that flying machines have quit extravagance!,. start a bank ac- I Colsohl\ tulle Kelley ,Croup Two foe nomination for the. ..
4 i een successfully used and will continua ,(I count and be happy. Seventh Grade-Roy Andrewd.'hsr- Rep..atatJw In the LUI.tun> from Br d-
fowl STERNBERG'S.Cut
Count Florida aubjcet to th action of
to ba used to carry celery and ey Baxter, Ella Mae Hazen.- :lh. Dcmocratfe. Primary to be bold Jun. 8th. ,
other! produce from Sanforil to East LETTER FROM SERVICE MAN Eighth Grade-Alvln Clemonr, lIe :1920. 1 nwMtfully ...Ilel, the support of ALL,
Democratic voton and, \it elected promise'
Coast hotels, On the great cattle Belle Crosby Clara Cone. J faithful and eoiuclcntloiu rvlcn.

ranches in the West aeroplanes are Ft. Oglethon Ninth G.de-Lottie Gainey. EVERETT at. JOHNS.
y :
being used to locate lost cattU. The Feb, ,6,GA'I 1920, Pr
'aeroplane has great possibilities for Deai1 Editor: Beadie Croft; Miss MargueriteSbiv.er. ; I hereby announce that 1 am a candidate tor .
Miss Eunice flaxen assistants. Kepmvhtauv* In the Letrfelature. Group N... I.
and Florida
usefulness it is taking by
I I ratnetfelly volieit, the support of the 'Voter
Please allow
me
I storm. Its greatest use will probably 1IJ.aee: In. y.,ur paper at tW coming. torlrnarr election
be in the Everglades where distances to let the people, of Rn rd hear Political Announcements JOHN J. BbACKWELDER.!:
from me. I am it ""' '"' SPECIALS FOR THE
COMING
th and WEEK
\ are great and roads in many parts almost ) rmy en- FUR tRlcT NO. I .
l joying the beets; C)( fceallh.\ I FOR TAX COLLECTOR I COMMISSIONER-DJS.a candidate forreelection
out of question. In parts of the Joined 1 hereby announce mysef a eandldat for .
the army to Make the best of it I the office of Tax Col tor of Bradford County, aa County OominlMtoner for Di
country where the crows constitute a I trlet No. 1. ..bi_ to the action of the Dvmocratle -
; machine will be vslua. could, and tf \ like; it Bg well when subject.. to th. democratic primary, to be held primary. I respectfully. solicit the .up- Men's work Shies
1
pest this very those th Jun. 1920. promise If elected to give theonice port of the ....... at laid primary. $1.98Men'
:.", I do tlm. and the ..rvie >..
ble with its coming! the crows will years are up ea now my people my O. V. BROOKS.
AS I I will make" My tim aa an officer utands as an open book Sox 15c
good for three :
have to go. _. more. for th. Inspection of the profile of this county
FOR
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_ i it\e! army is a very good place and Mini r lbilit"d.1 ;Mak; ;;; you .all-! for you.IC M.imniMirt.DOW.LING.RjtMntata: 1 hereby HIMMIS810NER.-DIIiTRICT announce myself a candidate, NO.for tf reelection Suit Cases $1.49'Men'
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The sheriff and, > (he county judge I. iMfodi! home for any young man who Lake Butler C Cnmrni..loneY Ih.trict No. I.

.. Escambla r...ulily have had a cla-4f'1, Iticca it. We get a pans to town often lMnt I take of thl.Bradford method County of announcing that I to the canril clt- of and the Worthlnatun.ofTl... I have During endeavored my Incumbency to Sweaters $1.49 .fl
am a
.$i. '.: The ftfcrtllT criticised the judge f> l and If the captain sees fit he will be date for the office of county tax collector BUDjvct county serve the at people large, to of the the best dUtrict of my as ability Veil as, and the Men's Winter Underwear 69c

j ting off some of the moonshiner clad to assist you 1n getting a furlough to the primary will of the election voter*to a be* the hold comingrtttnocratie Jun. If my services have .Riven sstutfsction, I will

,xl i Laze runners with too li,='nt finets home to nee your people. B, 1920. and nvpvctfulty refer you to my record appreciate' the support. of the voters Ht thecoming )J
<- suspending the fines \In Home cases. AVe get plenty to eat and a good] M deputy tax collector the pant *t>.. primary C. A. ROBERTS.
,, My promise' to the peopl to thin If you
Ladies
The judge intimates that he can dos place to sleep do not have to worry elect me 1 will faithfully discharge the dulU SUPERINTENDENT!\ OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Coats at Half Price.

.. he hide with the sheriff. Hunting moon- wok. A fellow can save $20 to $25 a preetat your vo'... B. W. HAYES. I take thl. method, of announcing, myself aenndidAte
fur relvctiun' to the office tif Superintendent '
\ shiners is hard and dangerous work, month if he saves and when he comes I nf Public Instruction' of Bradford ,I
I w.h "
to to the voter of Bradford
any county :
out of the he will have County, subject to the rules: of the Democraticprimary : I Just
and when such offenders have boon army moneyto th.t I mm a candidate for the office of Ta.Collector ArrivedA
Y before the and start: a home. (I and I re.poolfully sol lot t your aup on Juno 8th. If elected I promise .the
rl brought bar Ilrovt.d"uilty ..
l same euurteow and painstaking service
v port at th. coming primary, June Hth.I. .n.
the sheriff as well as the ;wOj I Anyone who wi hrs to write me can I I. n."ull" J. E. no no I.ASS. tiered In the P..... E. R. 1'OITELL. few numbers in Ladies' Dresses beau- ..

j pie. have the right to expect that hey do HO to this address.Puvid FOR COUNTY JUDGEI PUN Cl.r.KK OK THE CIRCUIT COURT tiful effects in Georgette and Satin
receive full punishment' both because I I 1 hereby announce myself a candulste fur
Carter 83rd Recruit Co. Ft.
I candidate ..
am a for county ud. of Bra4r ,the office, of Clerk of the Circuit Court of
; i. they deserve it and l to discourage others ,- Oprlethorpe, Ga. ford county and hereby announce my camlilnry Bradford county, subject to the action of the''
I t from committing the name offense < in the commie primary June 8. 1112D.I voters at the coming primary. Juno nth. I appreciate .
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I Having lived In the all of
county my life and .
the duties of .
I e, '"" "The law doth give it and 1 theI WATER MILLWater !I ftvrvcd reel that It In I a puhllo way for several. ,..... I I but feel that I am quuliHed this important dmchurire them.office, Our Motto is: "We Sell it for Less."
can efficiently perform the dutim
i" court awards" should be the judge'smotto. H.ving..rved the public before the voters are
,
of aid ofliee. I solicit the support of all well able to .... .
.. judge as to mlln. for the of.
If he has u right to use his Mill. Feb. 13.-.. 11. Hrownwns I Bee. and if they choose to elect. mo. I promise
I discretion us to suspension of sentencehe transacting business in Starko i I II faithful and efficient service. Your supportIs COME IN AND
respectfully lolicited. G. W. ALDERMAN. LET US PROVE IT
; it in where leniency
practice
", can cases Thursday -
f :! is desirable, but moonshine cast Mrs. Tercy Roberts is spending a I I In making thin, my announcement for Clerkof
the Circuit Court of Bradford County. 1reniiectfully
es do not come under this
category
few days with her solicit
A w granddaughter, 1 1I the suptwrt of the people,
Mrs. A. II. Warren, this week. subject to the action of the Democratic prf.mury .
0, i ''Jl The spinning top has been used! as a Willie Brown was transacting business It Helps + election. H. C. RICHARD.

r If.. plaything for children since Noah's in Starke Saturday. FOR .SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION

it rp time probably, but only of late has Euntls Kelly of New River, was vis- There can be no doifbt I hereby to anneunee the office 4if myself Supervisor a candidate of Registration for reelection

its principles been applied to utilltarf ding friends here Sunday.We I as to the merit of Cardui, I for Bradford county. 1 respectfully solicit -
ian purposes. A couple of centuriesago the woman's tonic:, in the support of the voters at the ensuinK S7S747S7S -.
are sorry to report Mrs. Bell the n primary and If electoj I will tut ,in the I..".. I S7S757SG7C7SaS7 .
genius made spiral .. I
some
groovesinside treatmentculiarr discharge the duties f the olfice' with ereumoysnd
Thomas the sick list this week.
barrel and the bullet on to I II eoiirlesy, C A. KNISHr. SEND
shot
\'. a gun I US THAT
Minn Alvah Thomas has started in + women. The thousands .}. ORDER
o from it was thus made to spin like a of who have FOR STATE SENATOR '
been
.' school after two-weeks' absence. women .
again a
top whereby its flight was steadier, I helped by Cardul in the 1ant a candidHte for State Senator fur the
16th Uistrlct .nd will appreciate the WHEN
supportat YOU NEED
II;; straighter and farther extended. Some past 40 years, is conclusive : the coming primary of my fellow ..ltl....... I ANYTHING IN
,: "' fifteen years ago an English engineer daughter was own to Mr. and I proof that it is a A. ADKINS..

h l applied the top principle to a railway Mrs Harris Stokes lust week I good medicine for women OJ Office Furniture and Supplies

"1 train. The truck hud only one rail, Mrs J. II. Brown was chopping. in who suffer. It should Urv'. .telc.a chat Tsuurestan Commercial and

'i' but a horizontal wheel spinning Urooker Friday morning + help you too. + vltalltrsnu energy by purlfyint and '.. Fancy Stationery

'P ,r... around fast in each car, kept the train The boiler at Perkins mill exploded TakeCARDUI rk'hloit ths blued You can soon feel. ka Soo.ulna. ... Printing, Lithographing, Engraving

I' I n',",. on the rail, as it quickly righted It. Monday morning, slightly injuring: Invlaofatlntt Effect. Price (Do. Books-All Kinds

self after each lurch. Later a scientist Jake Ward of lirooker and Jesse Sul I Artists' Material

applied! the principle to the mar livan. Damage was alight

iner's compiles, whereby this instrument II Miss Daisy Lewis of Brooker spent Athletic Goods

is not affected\ ) the magnetic Monday with her cousin, Miss Van Kodak
D1IIDmmImWANTED
variation which differs in different Cone of New River
.,
parts of the earth or by local attraction --

t; but the compass shows the true :NOTICE TO CONFEDERATE): The H. &W. B. Drew Company

cardinal points at all times thus serving KUANS + The Woman's Tonic +
'" to shorten distances by being able SCRAP IRON 45-49 W. Bay Street Jacksonville
fc! ,
to run in straighter lines from point Will the Veterans who asked for Mrs. N. I!. Varner of
:v'' ''to point. The latest application of the Crosses of Honor last fait or any other Hixson. Tenn., writes: METALSRUBBER a WE WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN ANSWERING YOUR INQUIRIES S

principle is us a stabilizer on ships Veteran who wishes\ one, please! "I was passing( throughthe aocasaoooc'_ s-"2S'2S "
C '; preventing their rolling. This will communicate with 'S. F. Morgur: adjutant . My back and ' sasasac'+ 4I S.'SJy t lt-i'4rS "SJr

i .r not only make the sea journeys more of J. J. Dickison.CampT sides were terrible and

ri .. t comfortable, but will facilitate loading MRS. LEE FERRYMAN DAVIS my. suffering I can't!:tU Indescribable. Just how- BONES -

_ '. protect the cargoes and make the President W. T. Weeks Chapter-U. D. and where 1 hurt, aboutall

,. : ' hulls longer lived, as rolling puts a C. over I think . I SACKS AND RAGS GENERAL

i" I 6 great strain upon them. !::Surely began Cardui, and my INSURANCE

: "grent oaks from little acorns grow," pains crew less and less I
Write us for price list
until I
I HAROLD
I Seed PotatoesSave was cured. lam C. WALL
remarkably for
".i:" strong: a

1. ECONOMYAH' two dollars\ per sack Car of -t woman I da all my 64 years housework.of age." J':; PENINSULAR METAL CONHANY I

aged men who have not accumulated I Red Bliss 'and ROM Four Seed Potatoes Try Cardui, today Jacksonville Florida rDr.STARKE' FLORIDA

much of this world's goods, due about Feb. 10th. Pays ftJOO; L : J II LIFE, BONDS

a agree! that if they could live their lives : bag deposit, balance on deliver! :N. + flJJ'WJIJWIIi'.D.'ronU..wwmn' =m G over again their first attention should: B. Hull.. U31-7t:
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AY. FEBRUARY 13. 1I20.! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PACE FIVF dl.r'A

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considerable damage: has been causedto highly instructive and entertaining,
if the bridges but Engineer G. L. Bar- as he possesses a natural sense of humor
nard is making repairs as rapidly as while his account of the horrible
Bits of LocalInformation possible and states that within a few tragedies. In Armenia were truly GAIETY THEATREThe
jih days he will have all roads in districtone thrilling.
open again for traflic. greatest start in the Biggest Pictures

Complaints) have been made by several

JLO The latent curiosity to come to the families of stealing of eggs. from
Telegraph's museum is a tusk of the the nests of their hens, und Chief Kite CONSTANCEBINNEY r
L ceLeala/ YM>,.... J.l.wfo 4. ... V large hog killed by O. J, Griffin sometime has l been asked to find the perpetratois. I
PYwtI- .. lfcfc# P7..4.af tars. iV I ago. Around the outside/ curveit lie thinks he has found them

measures precisely ten inches, and nnd i Iii watching. But the attitude of

'' ---'" on a delicate scale vas found to weigh "wntchful waiting" does not appealto
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'! two ounces, or eight to the pound. the householders who have to do
''r ;.Cassie White spent Friday; in south of Powell's still has made large their own/ policing after reporting. the

,i onvil1e.. '".;, shipment of choice cabbage this Week We out line'ofLadies' case, especially no where the boys ilWE
I \ are selling our hat the whole-hearted love of enthusiasts
) have been/ caught in the act and their won photoplay everywhere

i i1 ;S.tGriner. was in Starke' Wed- L. L. King, traveling salesman for Coats at and special Children's prices. Heavy l'om'elInd description furnished the officer, who INERSTWHILE !
"j" iy: on business. '1' has nothing to do but round them
;, Quigley Broo n Company, spent the see them. Stump's. up J Jrrom
;Y week-end with Mr. and. Sirs. J. T. and cart)' them before 'he victims (If.. SUSAN :.
; '' of Garden:. Seeds!? J. .F. Quigley. / \ e their potty thievery for indontifica-
U1FIck1lter.kJ :: ."" Lieut. R. B. Perry, U. S. N., and! tion. Mr. Flpk's famous play "Bai-nnbeM," America' most representtatiw
..ii.ttK i 4N. wife, of Montreal Canada, who have girl in the happy love story of a household drudge who became
Vick's Sane one week only, at been visiting at the home of Mr. and
Cliff: of Gainesville
( Chancey, '
fi .
rt spent the governors' lady. THItILLS.LAUGHS.PATHOSFRIDAY
+4 Tuesday. in Starke. 25cents.: Turner's! Drug Store.Mrs. Mrs. J. F. Canova, left Sunday after t
it I noon for a trip down the East Coast FEBRUARY 20TH

r Rurio,Wells, of Jacksonville! was in James M. Frazee, of New York and to Cuba. Mr. Terry; is a brotherof '
'l's town'''the first of the week. City, is visiting \here mother, Mrs Rebecca Mrs Canova.At i 1
; ; Alvarez, and other relatives in Friday Feb. 13th JACK PICKFORD in The Spirit of 17 (

Men's Overcoats, special price Sturke. a meeting culled' by the Leesburg 4
;If $14.50 at Stump's. school board for that purpose and held Our line of Overalls Saturday 14, MITCHELL LEWIS in The| Lode Ol I tie lUI D'J:
I Victor Blunie, of Live Oak, is spending in the '
auditorium Friday night, T, G. Work Shirts. Work Also WILLIAM DUNCANI3ihejid"Sma5hln; ; : Barriers
vWj. A, Williams, 'of the Providence several days of this week in Futch was nominated to fill out the f ..
.l: ectionwas in Starke Saturday. Starke. unvxpirvd term of ]t. O. Howden who. Pants is the bestto
I
be had and
.W.. L. Clark, of New River, was a Flannelette Kimonas, special' same time he resigned BR member of I our CATER TO THE Btsr...IHE BEST WE OftEK
. .. ,vistor to Starke Wednesday I price, ItfSc and $1.98, at Stump's. : the council.-Leesburg Commemul. prices are far under ,,

\1: Vick's Salve one week only, at Mis. E. L. Brownlee returned on A ful (line of Illacr and White the market. Why t
'
25 centp. Turner's Drug Store.O. Thursday from. Palatka, where she Goods, Cream, Powder, Soap and wait for a month or
I hug been visiting at the home of her Ointments at 25c: at Turner's.
." Haynes, of Hampton, was in daughter, :Mrs. A. V. Long. two and pay more, In (

,Starke on business Monday., I' Col. C. L. Peek is having a part of most cases our pricesare r r
Rub-My-Tism is a powerful antiseptic his pecan trees in the western purl
666: quickly relieves Coils and La- ; it kills the poison caused from infected of Starke legraftej with Curtis and less than themanUfocturers.

'", Grippe, Constipation, Biliousness, loss cuts, cures old sores, tetter. other choice varieties, and all the trees COME VISIT: us t
c| Appetite and Headaches. 1-9-3-12. pruned in .the most approved man. );
j'' f .,... , :Mrs. E. L. Curley and son, LeRoy, nero E. J. Lewis. of the Rising settlement ,I ,
'>''f i/+:1' C.,S. Darling has made a large ship- of Glasgow, Ky., are guests at the is in charge of the work. All sizes Jack Ralllt Shirts: I : i
home of Mrs. Curley's cousin, Mrs. R.
of sweet potatoes this week. five colon $1.25 ,
r
'I' ,'rrrlent\' A.. Weeks, ., We have a lot of Bargains in Learn why so many people like ;I' .'

, ' Bring Inc your chickens.:' Pay cash. Ladies Silk, Velveteen and SergeDresses Three reftulaole brands Overalls this bank. There's somethingmore
r e Klcklitfi.!: Temporary repairs are being madeto ; $15.00 to $22.50. Look
,.,j$ the bridge the east end of Call them over and be convinced- $2.50 to bank service here than
,I.. tCol. street, and by tomorrow (Saturday) Stump's. .
5tr' Joe Hill William, i>f Lake But. i
it will probably be'ready for traffic. Genuine Olds Pin Check; merely an aid to financial trans- \ :
.
2'ar; was in Starke Tueada'y.'f' J i
A specialist in "balancing a A'l'
' gave Pants $2.50 actions. ,
/ ;"r' Geo. E. Andreu has bought a new performance on the street Wednesday 'I .
Scott of Jacksonville ,
't E. C. spent \t .
heavy stock saddle that is the last afternoon. He borrowed
: a wagon "
week-end with his wife. Extra good Khaki Pantt .
word in saddles. It was 'made to order wheel and a stepladder and balanced Here have personal service ' ;
in. Pueblo, Colo., and cost $100.) them on his chin. He received plentyof $3.00 you , ., .1
Special prices on all our Win-. applause, and that was about all- from officers always ready to , ':

| r Goods. Stump's.o Mrs. C. R- Zitzke and daughter, except a good wetting, for it was rain- Other splendid values inCotton ., talk over your plans In a friendly "' ''' .
Miss Anne Marie Zitzke, of Rockford, ir.g. ... . ,
I' Pants "
)' Canova, of the Camphor Farm, til., are spending the winter at the I :' sway There's always a friendly. ., ..

v his parents for the ,week-end. home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bronke. J. M. York, well known in Starke 3003504.50 "..' welcome every time you come t t' >- J It
l for years as a strawberry buyer for . I t., 'r
f: Yick's Salve one week only, at Ladies Coat Suits and Coats, his firm in Boston, was' here' few ".1' '.< '." "

ik' :BJ:! .cents.. Turner's Drug Store. $10.00 and up at Stump's.T. days last week looking/ over the berry you can't come In 'I. Come visit Feel the congenial I "-It 1 K'
let have your mall us. ; 4.
Sys4,3Pau1 situation. Mr. York will return in a us t*' .
: E. Canova returned home,last N. Kendrick returned Thursday I few weeks to buy berries during th* orders. atmosphere. Note the helpful <( 'II, 1', 'I
,%tf'Wiekafter a three weeks' trip In from, an extensive trip to Alachua shipping .
season
, !l'!!' th Georgia. county, where he had been vaccinating attitude. We think our bank Is a 'I i>" ;I;

.(; tf hogs J. T,. Hickey came over from Mac- good bank for you. .t'I, .
an. F. A. Scott went,,.to Tampa r
i f 4\ \ clenny, to spend Sunday with his fam ..I \1
"day to visit" her"friend" Mrs- C. L.' A beautiful line of Pound Pa- ily. Mr. Mickey'is in charge of camp Alvarez & Graham
't' d now. I,' !-< per. Turner's Drug Store.Mr. No. 5 of the state road force, and is 1
''Wi; tflt" grading the road from Baldwin to The Dependable Store I
. 1 '1i' G. Hays, of Brooker, is now a and Mrs. Everett Miner and Macclenny. He has 40 state prisonersIn ._ BANK OF STARKE I
{I 'ii'xncmber) of the student body of the little daughter, Pauline, have returned his charge.
iE'1' ;Bradford High School. ?
home after a visit to Mrs. !Miner'ssister !
I \. '///i'JI;.i. : Mrs. George Carter, at Geor- A little Starke boy who enjoyed a THE GROWING BANK "

'. Best grade Outing giana. vacation from school on account of E. S. Matthews Pres. Geo. C. White, Cashier ?
. Special 1 price 25c a yard. Stump's the heating apparatus breaking down, | ,: .
4'; !, Sheriff Epperson! has been in Tam Monday night added to his usual prayers I! \
p 'j)r.; J. H. Selden, of Lawtey, was an'] pa this week to receive from the sheriff this: "0 Lord, please! let the boilerin .'
1 (appreciated called at our office Satur- ,. of that county a white man of the school house stay busted forev.er I .
-., Bradford county, accused of trading and ever. Amenl"T DAVISAgency I
t -. ;
f \
, mortgaged property.
"j Louis: H. Hill, the Lawtey real eat C. Williams, grower!: and shipper, Eat. 1886
V tt* man-hud bueines sin Starke Mon. February this year will have 2l) wan in Jacksonville Tuesday on bus] SEEDSeed

',(\\1 .":$ days; and five Sundays, but there will ness. While there' he secured an order
e I'hl! be only four Saturdays. This is unfair from the Florida' Seed & Plant Go. INSURANCESTARKE Beans Tomatoes CucumberWe t
tJ,'666 has proven it will cure Malaria, both to the preachers and to those for one million sweet potato plants. '
,'..r.{Chills and Fever Bilious Fever, Colds who work by the week. This 'makes four million plants so far can supply for immediate_ shipment\ all the leading and
r (,,.ad'LnGrippe.-1-9-3-1 2. ordered from him this season. To
standard varieties of all kinds of seed for planting in our state.
' t"i, .
''l' Friends of Miss Ida Warren, who count four millions requires 111 ten-
t t'' l"IJ'J9hn' Clem
,; j.through: Starke enroiite to Jackson delightful surprise party recently. count hm, plants by weight.: r Seed Corn, Watermelon Seed, Cantaloupe Seed,
Vin. Wednesday.iftlMrs. A large crowd enjoyed the evening, Seed Potatoes
" '\ which was spent with games_ music Mrs. Roy Roberts, who had been I
i! : : W B. Harvard[ had as her and refieshments. with Mr. and Mrs. W. W, lIai den :
guest last week her mother, Mrs. A. I for several weeks with her little son, /CLASSIFIED. Our spring 1920 catalogue is ready and will be mailed I '"

.' ,..JoUY, of Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stewart and I Roy, who was suffering from severe free of It contains information of value
/&*<, children, LeRoy and Louise returned turns, has gone to Graham on a visit ADVERTISINGONE charge on request.
f ''i-J! .i\
t4Yark: City, are visiting their daughter where they attended the funeral of :an the little boy row is well again.

( { 4re. N. Sternberg. I',. Mrs. Stewart's father, Rev. C. \V. In- 1 Though badly burned he will not be CCNT A WORD POle EACH I8SUB.CABB Now is the time to place order for allst't'dK.--You can't afford I
!5JI man. deformed, thanks to the skill of our IN ADvANCKAd..rew..au }
.
I IA..rt d nd.r this bud to wait for seed when the season arrives to plant.
;''tVick's Salve one week only, at 'I physicians, Drs. Middleton, Wills and ...1 N add hi .....n_ N. ......,_..ntf. proper[
)25 1''cents. Turner's Drug Store. We invite lyour inspection of Biggs. .. .m. Iu.rUaS3 sx.pt"4 ,.. l.ss tfc.. as
\\I 1 our Prescription Department.Turner's AMBER CANE. ORANGE TEXAS RIBBON
,''hRev., J. C. Diggs was in Jacksonville Drug Store. The Woman'B Club have recentlypresented FOR SALE-A one home wagon and 1"
!\! last week attending a district The Bradford High School harness. D. E. Knight. 1-23-tf CANE MILLET? PEANLTIS. HOG GOOBERS

tweeting of the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Barrett and with furniture for the rest room, and TEOSINIE, RAPE, EGYPTIAN w n n A T,

little daughter, Stella, of Palatka, supplies a long felt want. These articles FOR RENT--6-room cottage, centarally SUDAN GRASS. RHODES CRASS SEE: D ;
Cary Ennis, who is attending the Fpent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. A. consist of an art square, rockIng located. J. F, Klckliter. 1-10-tf. I I
jTJaiveraity of Florida, spent Sunday Z. Adkins. Mr. Harrett is traveling : and straight: chairs, couch with SWEET POTATOES.: COTTON SEED VELVET '
with hm aunt, Mrs. J. W.'Morgan. salesman for the Zaring Grocery Co., suitable accessories small table and WANTED TO BUY-Seed cane in anv 1 1quartltr. BEANS OATS RYE COW PEAS. ,

of Jacksonville. I medicine, cabinet. For this substantial : Fwl Sweat, Route

Canton Flannel"special price courtesy the teachers extend sincere Marke. 2-13-41: 1'1 Write immediately for catalogue and price list, also! call on j
;fie a yard at Stumps. !Men's and Young !Men's! Suits, thanks to the Woman's Club.
M___ _- $25.00: to $:)0.00 at Stump's. I WANTED-Fnmily of strawberryDickers. 'I II us for any sjx-cial information you may desire regarding your
Miss Bessie McCormick, of Gaines- Just arrived-A splendid line <>. C Canon, Starke, Fla. ,
I', ville, attended the dance given at the I The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C. of Men's Ladies' and Children's I 2-1S-2t" i crop.

KlArmory Tuesday night. met Tuesday afternoon at the residence Pumps Shoes, Oxfords all stylesin ---- -- ---, MARTIN SEED CO.
I; of Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. The Patent, Gun Metal and Viet FOR KENT-Large house with live E. A. I
MwThe strawberry patches are in full president, Mrs. L A. Davis, presidedover Kid. Stump's. acres of land!, inside city. Jo'. I* Oldest established seed house in Florida. '

{Lf boon and if no cold weather comes, the meeting, and quite a numberof I Turner 1-aO-tf< 202.206 E. BAY ST. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t
Mhipments will soon begin in earnest. the members of thin organization Wm. C. Powell and family have / L
( answered roll call. moved into their new residence this FOR SALK-Second hand four-burn- Phones 4277-1230
j fjTYed Flume, whose farm is just week This building, erected by Ed. rr oil stove and two ovens.. 3. F. : J

In searching: for stills the other day Duncan, besides having the most J'utc-h. 1-9-tf. __ ___ N.
the sheriff officers found one in n secluded pleasing exterior of any in town, has
[112 1 I Millions i rp9 place about one and one-half] an elegantly and conveniently arranged FOR SALE OR KENT: -Small farm
tilt of Starko
il miles southeast of Starke. No one illIivinA' interior. The rooms have been repainted about two miles southeast STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE
fused last year"to nearby and the owner is un- in all artistic manner by the known as the G. W. Lee place. J.
1-0-t Missionary arid Klomlyke $4.50 |per 1,000/ ; 40 other! varieties to select fi. of
known, but the officers will unearth Quigley Lumber & Supply Co., additions E. Futch. "
"HORSEY Now if want Homcthi
KILL COLDS including the great new berry, you ;
| him jot made and beautiful furniture installed. - order with (Hall. Ilia ...
FOR KENT-A good farm of 25 acres true to name and something gmxi place your pin
of coziest homesin
It Is the
N a1.1.'s one in cultivation, B-room house cheap. are grown extensively' in all purls of your state and have been for the | .N
Rub-My-Ti l is a great pain kil Starke. \ Dover, Starke, Fla. 12 y ars. Send your order to the f Strawberry( Plant Spuciuli Ar :
Aply to Terry
1 ler. It relieves pain and soreness for this dmtrict. J. Kl';H'F'OItD HAM-, RHODESDALE MD.
( wanted
CAscARA P tQUlNI.N I IIIRo"hDt. caused by Rheumatism Neuralgia, Last Sunday Starke church going: I 2-6-2t. .
--
Sprains, etc 19312. people were much interested in hearing ----' ,
a native Armenian minister sing \ FOR QUICK SALE-New 12-light FOR ) ..-
10x12 10x na Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. l-r )-2t J.F.-Rc'gbtt'red pigsj1'ulutit ;
I. Mrs. Harold C. Willingham and lit- and talk. In the morning he sang at sash, 8 each.es !9x16, J. W. ___ t < ||r|_ ) China boars, 4 inoH. old ,'
.... tie son of Marietta, Ga., are visitingMrs. i the Methodist church and in the afternoon I 1// Price under the market. FOR SALtJ"-Htlectod Velvet: lun I Duroc Jersey MOWS and five t .
Kt.nd.rd-m tabl cold' lotrol t.mxljr l lor. sun 20 n. I UeWitt C. Jones Mrs Willing- he spoke on the subject of I Morgan Seed; early nr(>kled variety, sacked 4 to 6 mos. old; prices, reuse ,
opi.r,_breks up old in r4. ham and Mrs. Jones are old schoolmates "The Crescent and the Cross," at the 1-2 milo now two bushel bagt, $3 per bushel inspection invited. College o
k hour* rr\\>rvt* trip In a drh] both attending the Agnes Scott Baptist church. Thin Armenian's I FOR RENT-Staeey farm 1 'l'h"mallvillt W. Inland Farn .
ricultuie
More hack J it fsil.I I dwelling, hog f. o. li,. ThonrmMVille. A ,
lenuine boa hu r Hill's Red college at Derating Ga. : name U Badvalee Krekor Hagop Ball- I south of Starke; new land good drain Elevator (:b., ,Tliomavil] Ga. perintenderit, Gainesville, .'1.... .-.H '
with Mr. tight fences, good: .
lop i uajlan which sound very peculiarto : 2-13-4t .'
plctnn.AtAIIDrmw sr-eo I Owing, to the recent heavy rains American ears. His lectures were age. JEt E. Stacey, 1103: Laekawano ;1 .



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13. 1920.KJLLKI ,
rACE TWO =


t. ) UEGUO AM) !I the fair grounds in the rear of the r. ._.. ._---O II IAi- J

:. KKOTHEK BADLY MOL'NDKIINrgro : J Tampa Bay hotel and therefore the : ij'-
I l most conveniently located in the na- ; i
t ,
r F.Malp..cllnto Swamp and 1'ur- tion, and the, list of attractions including

sued By Large I'osset airplane stunts by the "World ,*
I
Famous Trio," automobile and, horse "

t i A tragedy that hart alarmed and''' races, is the bent yet secured. for a More Small Cars Come
}, angered this section of the country Florida fair or exposition. Why
occured yesterday afternoon when f Products will be exhibited not only '

:,' a yellow negro named Will 'Wam'h. from south and central. Florida. but
j hot and killed Henry Rushing and ]I from all sections of the state as well

seriously wounded his brother, /Hardy ?I entries having been voluntarily made Equipped With Goodyear Tires f

I '. Rushing, near the Alafia river bridge, from the northwestern, north central

I, in the Keysville section. I and eastern. Florida by counties and ,
; Various rumor are afloat concernIng Individuals who appreciate the advt'rI -

the origin of the trouble detailsof tisingalue of Tampa fairs.

the killing and escape of the ne I The rail rods make a rte of one and

t" gro. The alleged fact, ae near BS one-half fares from all points east of Last more small cars using 30 x 3' "
year, ,
it has been possible to fret, IB that the Chattahoochee river, and special ..
t' the Rushing boy and their father, 'excursions will be run. Steamboatlines 30 x 3 / ', or 31 x 4-inch tires, were factory

S. J. Rushing had Home time ago a are also prepared to do a record
l
with'Goodyear Tires than with
3 dispute about a dog which was claimed j business. oa'r equipped
by the negro; the negro drove past I| Special days of the fair are as follows other kind.
( --j f
II the older Rushing's home yesterday : ;,; o any

I and is said. to have cursed Hardy Monday-Oasparilla day. A

Rushing and his father. The negro I Tuesday-Children's. iit This plainly a result of the high relative

i was in a nugon and was aecompamed Wt.'Chwsday-i:;; Cities day.
by his brother, Henry, who lived with I Thursday-Tampa day. i value produced in these small-car tires byGoodyear's

., his wife and children a bit farther along Fdday-Army and Navy day. ____ p
Ji the road, started walking after Saturday-Shriner's day. enormous resources and scrupu.k'X'
_..._
III the negro. evidently intending to con i --- '------ -' \ lous
r ; tinue the controversy, though'it in Raid MAXV I.AlOItEHSlm! NOWl : )(I care.

L that neither of them were armed. The I LIAIlLI'OR INCOME TAXES

'( elder Running is acid to have urged 114AX; They represent the same intense,endeavor

k his sons not not to follow the negro High Wages And Profitable O\er- "

: but they refused to heed his warning! , time Hare Knitted Many; To LM vvv to supply utmost satisfaction in tires that

''j.. distance.so the father followed them, at some I has laid the basis for the marked preference

New York, Feb -Plumbers who I
Negro Overtaken !Bridge pay income taxea-re no longer the h which exists everywhere for Goodyear Tires

; The two boys overtook the negro j "aristocrats of labor," according to V in the larger sizes.
l near a bridge which spans the Alafa William 11, Edwards United States ( ;;

river, and it Is alleged/ that Henry Internal I Revenue Collector for the ,

Ii I Rushing,, who made a statement to second and third districts of New This real Goodyear value in tires is available
his father and others before he died,
York, in whose district this year more
Ilp
said that when they came up to the 1 than $1,1500.000\ will/ be gathered up i for your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or
j'
r. jflegro he fathered 1 his double-barrel for Uncle Sam
j other small car at our nearest Service Station.
; hct-gun/ from the bottom of the wag: ;
High
and said he going kill them wages and profitable overtime
to
nn wag
Go there for these tires and
l Rays Mr. Edwards, have raised to the Goodyear Heavy
: both. Henry, It IB Raid, plead with the i
:J negro not to shoot, saying/ he and his Income tax paying list! such workersas l; Tourist Tubes.

brother were unarmed, but this did no longshoremen garment makers paper -

good. One barrel of the gun was fired hangers.railroad: brakemenchauf-
fcurs, sailors, truck drivers and piano .
if
I\
at him, the shot taking effect in the chorus
movers, "And don't forget the
thighs, severing a large artery from
girls: the movie stars, and the hotel ec _
which he bled to death before aid
l: could be secured. waiters," declared the collector) adding p
that some of the )latter are making ..t
The other barrel of the was .
; gun
ill, fired at Hardy Rushing, striking him alone.: more than $5,000 a year in tips I h TT

r. in about the game part of the body Street conductor and motormen I r __ ..- "- =-
car ::
as in the case of his brother, and he J. '
'4 fell/ to the ground, his right hip shat tin Brooklyn, for Instance, he said, 0 I8 -
.,
have made as much as $60 a week and, V
tered. The father, hearing the reports
if their yearly income exceeds $1,000for hiIII
of the gun, realizing his sons
a single man or $2,000 for the
shot and fainted but
were noon r
covered and rushed to their aid. I,. head of the family they will be required 30 x 3 Vz Goodyear Double-Cure $2000 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that I
to contribute their share towardthe FabricAll-WcalhcrTread_ reinforce +
shouts and noise of the shooting drew \ casing properly. Why rink a good cuing with a
of the cheap tube Goodyear Heavy Tourist/ Tube little
cost running government.: cost more
others from nearby farms, and Dr. Mr. Edwards cited few instances 3Ox3'/2 Goodyear Single-Cure: $- *765 than tube of less merit. 30x3'A' size in wafer- p
L. II. Harrell, of Plant City, was sum a Fabric. Anti-Skid Tread._ JL /- proof fag $j- p
without of
moned. lie requested Dr. J. C. Knight course mentioning any
I names, of bootblacks, milkwagon\ I
to accompany him, but Henry RushE I
drivers and bellboys who in 1919 earned -
ing was dead when they arrived.
_
in of their and
exemption
excess
Hardy Rushing was taken to the Hay-
f aide who will be required to file returns.
in
Hospital Tampa, accompanied
by Dr. Knight; wren it is said has Payment of the income tax beganon
4 January 1, and will continue until
chance of
a good recovery, though
Dr. Knight said he lose his midnight of March 15 at which time
r 1 may leg.Negro / GOOJAk4"should
_ Resumed. Journey all returns must be In to escape the

The negro is said to have driven possibility of a maximum of $1,000

on to the store at Keysvillc, where he fine for delinquency. While Collector
was questioned about the shooting, Edwards was opening his mail the I

the reports of which had been heard other day out fell a check for $2,883-
515.39, representing the payment of a ,
He declared he knew nothing about it, ----
and proceeded to his home, near the I corporation tax with penalty and in-

[E;* ,Alafa mined, secured a high-powered |I I terest. The next letter he opened
I was. from Montclair, N. J., which is ,
rifle and plenty o ammunition end be figured as a liability justas BOTTOM DROPPING
I J|also in his district. It had been regilstered OUT OF
took to the swamp, insurance, interest on a mortgageor WORLD
to }pay an income tax of $1.37. ; BLAMES AMERIC.1Philadelphia p'
t A pOflse of several hundred men am I I your winter's coal bill. Then when
I
A caller the collector's of.
recent at t 1-
said to have surrounded the small the time comes for payment it will
fice was a woman whose net income Pa., Feb. 7.- "The
swamp In which the negro was hiding i) not be a hardship. Nearly 20,000 y
was 65 cents Her tax amounted to persons bottom is dropping: out of the world
,
last but it Is he
night, believed I eluded were fined last year for failure 'iff
America is 'j I __
to blame.
his four c'nts. She wanted to know if she
and escaped during
pursuers :to file return A certain stockbroker
the night. The negro's wife is said would )be permitted to make the payments made $200,000. He filed his return Sir George Faith, English econom
"
to be confined in the Mulberry jail "quarterly. When told she I showing a tax of $40,000, He defaulted ist and financier, took the United N'I

. and to have! staid that she abut Henry could the smiled and said she guessedshe in his payment, however l\IIe1! ]I states task today for whAt he ehafIactertzed I
woul.1 nay It all at once, handed !i I I
Rushing and handed the! ;gun to her |'in a personal Interview with me said as its failure to assist Eu-
)husband and he shot Hardy over four shining pennies and took !|he didn't have the money A 5 percent, i I rope to weather the crisis through; f

Had Made Threats i her receipt, j penalty wa Imposed and he hustled/ I which it is now passing. He predicted Till UNIVERSAL CAR

Will Rltttich is said to have a bad l I| Another patriotic citizen-foreign-, around and got the money. His fail ed breaking down t>f the world's I

r'putatlonnd to have said some I born-filed a careful return, showing ure to provide for the tux cost him I financial strut-turn declaring the There are more than 3,000,000 Ford in
time ago, that If no ever killed 1\ }bat he hind no income which was subject just 'Z,000." i first apparent step of this was the j daily service throughout cars Rhl
white It would be a Rushing. |I to taxation. At the bottom of i recent slump in sterling exchange the world, and fully
man
Henry Rushing was about SO ''' his t.tul'n81 the following notation: The second and third New York he added: I eighty percent of these are Ford Touring Cars.I

f bf age and leaves a wife and two chU.1'I "No tttx due but would like to'pay I;than districts Mr. Kdwards: said raise more liI1il)"* 'of women and children in There are many reasons for'this, not the least of :+
one-quarter of the total amount I
dren. Hardy is about 25 and unmnrHed. [some tax and enclose for $100. collected throughout the entire United Europe \\'i1die\ of starvation. The which is the simplicity in the design of the car, i

.. '. .. I Collector Edwards said that\ under State*. I II mills and factories of America will I so easy to understand; likewise it is easy to

i' ," Sheriff A. J. Whit and IVputylbenrge the law, he was not permitted to accept I I _-+ be closed and you people will suffer. operate; and mighty inexpensive compared to
t \ ; M. Dudley lu-hd the posse iry I the check, but that he forwardedit In three or four months there will be other
:' t which is still hunlUtp. for the negro. to Commissioner, Roper in Washing I FLU Mll.lt IN FLORID more than 4,000,000 working people I business motor cars. On the farm in the city, for t

'' Sheriff Logan, ttt folk county, and I ton to dispose of us he caw fit, This a -- I Iin this country without employment. I and for family pleasure it is the car of ,
'
't ", deputies from his office are also! year the Income tax rate is less I than .Jacksonville F'broaryInfuen.) I "The world ha been 150 years the people and the demand is increasing every 1

,: searching, and it is confidently belles 'lust, Mr. Edwards stud, normal rate za reports to the State Board of building, up its credit system by gradual I i day. Let us have your order promptly if you

ej the negro will be captured before : being 4 per cent on' the first $4.000 of Health showing a total 'of 2,0.11 cases steps This I Is now collapsing: I want one. ;i
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long net income above exemption and 8 for the two weeks ending January, 81 i I -

j Miss Lucy Carpenter, of Keysville, \ .. is said to have been one of the first instead of 6 and2 per cent as' in 1918. other states, is escaping an epidemicof II I I Radium emanations. I A. W. & G. A.

e to learn of the tragedy, and\ to have Offhand," .aid( \ thee\ collector "one serious proportions. From Saturday I The emanations from radium i
eanaot:
it{i notified local authorities by telephone would hardly think that a 10njt..hore.1man January 31, to Tuesday February I be stopped but ls scarcely any exhaustion I AN DERSON l

t and to have raised the alarm in Keys- came within the requirements of 3, at noon, an additional 508 cases of the material appreciable, I i

9 < vine section so promptly that no time the income tax law. Certainly he did I were reported, making a total of 2- I I despite the fact that b stream of energy S1ARKE, FLORIDA
was lout in starting. in pursuit of the not II few year ago when many of 539 cases in Florida since influenza is constantly pausing oH from It,

murderer. I I I them found it hard to make) a living. assumed epidemic proportions throughout I this Is of small contu-uu, "uce. If the
f The shot-gun: which the negro left I I In the past year or two, however the United State. rays were allowed to escape proinUcooufily -

at his 1'11)11wall\ said to have been many longshoremen have been making A report tor. Ralph N. Greene, f however they might do cunsidernnl
,I' l empty and no additional ammunition : from $:IOOto $5,000 a yenr.' ( state health officer from Surgeon I damage; In order to u ufla<
] at hand so it in believed that he used "The income tax also l hits some General Blue at Washington on influenza them therefore, p. safe bus been con'

.' his last two shells on the Rustling members of the theatrical profession' conditions throughout the Uni- MrucifU with u thick. lining of l iyFEDERAL'INCOME
boys. pretty hard. Some:;; of these actors ited States showed the situation far I \At n.h. 'hp' creel..

It is also said that George Smith including motion picture stars, perhaps 'more serious in other states than in : TAXES
and his son find. at the negro with make a* high as $200 and $300a : Florida. Connecticut has had 4,2ti> I

e pistol and a shotgun loaded with week for six month in the year." I cases in two weeks; Michigan, 13.962 I John J. Ward, internal revenue col
birdyhot before the slayer had reached They live well and by the time their Illinois, 15,005; Kansas 29,784; New; lectorwill be at the following places

b him home and secured. his rifle but I I Income tax payment is due may be I York state, exclusive of New York, ,on the dates gives below for the purpose s
r that tile negro held them off from out of an engagement. They are con- of furnishing information to the 23rd to 28th
and New inclusive
York
10,621, City
29,494.One Suwannee
f further action! with his. empty shot- I fronted with a rood-fine tax without' I tax payers as to making tax returns county. I' R. B. Thomas made a business trip ; F
I
gun.-1'lant City Courier any Immediate means. It is then up of the optimistic features *>I ,for the calendar year 1919. or the fiscal to Graham Saturday.
to them to"get it. the epidemic in Florida is. the small Jasper court house, March 1st to 6th John e
Lewis the
visitor
-4V- I I | year inclusive Hamilton was a to
,,'" !SOUTH! .'LOIUUAIn "Last year my investigators found { percentage of pneumonia comparison !I It will be /greatly/ appreciated of the county. :county seat Friday
; diamond merchants have been Ito[ the number of influenza cases. Another ( Gainesville postoffice, March 8th
many postmasters and bankers will. post this to :Mrs. Mollie was
13th Brown, of Orlando
i / 1 lu., Feb. 9., The South | doing business in this four is the comparatively/ small number inclusive.
; : Tampa country or 'I notice in a conspicuous place and call ;the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. Prescott -
of
i. Florida (Fair and Ganparilla carnival, five without paying taxes. We ( deaths. Only 116 cases of pne ---
years the attention of the citizens of their ZIFl'ZitT first of the week.
_ which open Mondy next nd continuesthroughout i I 1 got after them and increased our returns I umonia I had been reported since' the 'territories and counties to the dates e
start of the epidemic up to noon TYb'niary I Mrs. Sam Pens, of Mounteocha to(
the week, will undoubtedly ,, by more than $1,000,000. Some 'I given in order that no one will sub- -
_ prove the most successful development of the actresses who were delinquentlast 3. Influenza according tp'the' I I Ject himself to the penalty In connec- Feb. 13.-Rev. J. H. Kelly fill- :spending Mrs. a while with her daughter "

and entertainment event of year said they did not pay because ,' reports, has caused so far only 12 ton with making a return ed his regular appointment at Bay i Hattie Prescptt.

Tampa's history. All plans for advertising I they could not figure rut\ just I deaths and pneumonia 85. .1 I I Gainesville! postoffice, room 325 Lake Saturday and Sunday.

the state's resources and entertaining how much they were exempt: becauseof Dr. Greene issued a statement ;:I February 2nd to 7th, inclusive, Alach- Mr*. Dave Shaw and little daughter Habitual Constipation Cured aIn

visitors having boon\ pushed the cost of their gowns, taxicabsand I|, Monday advising the citizenship of 'jua county. Lorene. left Thursday for their home 14 toil Day

,.. to conclusion a month before the other luxuries. A 50 per cent penalty I Florida the state Board of Health I' Starke courthouse, Feb. 9th to 14th, near LaCrosse after a week' visit "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U a specially.
date. was imposed because of theirfailure' with her parents preparedSyruDTonlo-LaxetlveforHabituai
"" opening<< Tamf'anal.'n .prypar- [inclusive Bradford county. .
I would relax 'I Constipation. but
not its vigilance until' It relieves
,, ing to house and feed record crowd to pay when the taxes were I Lake City court house, Feb. 16th to James Padgett and should be taken regularly for promptly 14 to 21 days 1
influenza had become family have
i Thirty thousand dollars have been due. practically non ''21t, Columbia county. to induce and
moved to Waldo regular action. It Stimulate
; spent erecting: additional building on "Income taxes** said the collector, existent in Florida. i Live Oak poitofflce building, Feb. ed employment. where he has accept Regulates.\ Very. Pleasant to Take. Esc 4 a
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FEBRUARY 13. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE


-- -' of fires bet in muck lands which information :ttlile creek They captured a seven- of the county bridges: were carried was hero Saturday.

' 1 resulted in the arrest of 'foot' gator: after an exciting fight away by high water. The Hoard of Mr. R. N. Cain, of Louise is visiting -
: News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. William Winkleheck a farmer near j when skinning the reptile, they County Commissioners, were to mod her daulIhter.Ir"! W. II. Sloan.

s..a-.s. .....eu..w--- Davie. Winkleheck is under bond for heard a steady peculiar and familiar Monday but only one member wai J. N. Katchlott is on the sick list at
gar trial at the April term of the Broward noise but could not locate it. As they able to get in. this writing.

{ Live State News J] I county court. Information of hunters continued dissecting" the" gator they Duggar Jones was in Hampton Sun-
I setting fires in the muck on the West were aMoundrd. to find rmbfddrjnear NK\V It IV Kit day.Frank

Palm Beach canal has been furnishedto !. the right lung a Match still going Jones of Gainesville, was .
Told Our sheriff George B. Baker of this and on closer examination it was New Kiver.Feb. JS::.-U M. Lewis hero Sunday 'E THJ
by Exchanges.
:%: I II county, with the names of witnesses found lu be Ii::15. corresponding' exactly spent the wevk-end with rvlHtivcs in Jack Goodge, of Talatka In moving/

I __ .__ TiTiJ I and the arrest of the offenders is expected to his own watclt. It proved to boa Jacksonville.Mr. his family here He is employed with
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n at an early date. stem winder and every time the alligator : and Mrs HORn Turner and the Smith turpentine firm.
e influenza situation in Jackson- Lucille Howard ChitXvood-Monroe |' breathed it would wind the daughte, Hazel of Gainesville, were Claud Brown of take Butler, was
$ is said to be much Improved. The I of Jacksonville seventeen years old, I Judge J. Ir'\'i-widell. of Arcadia watch up. The case was very badly the !chests of !Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Kenfroe visiting: relatives here Sunday. H
mic is mild and it is not ex- Wednesday morning pleaded guiltyto went to Harbor View Saturday and (;corroded from the acidity of it. stom : Saturday and Sunday, J. V. Jones of Hampton, was hero
d that the death roll will be i a charge of bigamy before) a local participated in a bird hunt with his ach. How the gator came in posses-I, Sorry to report, Mrs. Alliu Johns ill I Sunday.Jim .

vy.: I i justice of the peace and was held ini 'brothers F. B. and T. W. Walden. sion of the Ingvrsoll: watch no one II at this writing: Vaincs, of White Springs) Is
I i bail of $5,000 while Joe Monroe, who ,I While hunting the judge killed a bird ventured to conjecture but it Is safe ) Mr. and !Mrs U. P. Kerce and Miss visiting. his family.
is dead body of an unidentified married here a few days ago and and when he stooped to pick the bird to say the queen of the swamps hadj i Ozena !Melvin spent Sunday at Clyno. !Mrs. J. N. Hatchlntt has returned
' was found Thursday afternoon I(I pleaded not guilty to a similar charge: I I up thought for a minute that a German 'it on ilk Smith Johns of Lake Butler, spent, home after a two weeks visit with her
),ln'a lavatory compartment of the city also was held by the court. The girls mustard gas shell had explodedin Sunday with friends and relatives mother at Campville. ,

ball at Tampa on the first floor, the I mother created a sensation on one of I his face but on investigation he dis. 1 Six men, all white, A. G. Finigan' Misses Alphio and Minnie Hodges Hogan Smith was in Galncsvillo
discovery being mde by William L. I the principal business streets Tuesday covered he had placed his hand on the J. F. Shifts, J. A. Howard Norman attended Sunday school at Long Saturday.
Rogers! who lives on Knights avenue. when she held Monroe at pistol point business end of a polecat instead ofa Chat-viz, George: Ruddy and FrankJ. Bridge: Sunday Misses Itena and Ada Thomas of

I R until an officer arrived and demanded quail. The judge refused to appearin Norton-who were serving sentences Services at Long Bridge: Sunday, Louiite were here Sunday.
i Bryant & Greenwood Company of Monroe's arrest. public for several days althoughthe in Leon county broke out of the Feb 16th. Everyone: invited Charlie Rirt of Hawthorne has returned -

Palm' Beach has just completed the odor of the polecat perfume is said I II "convict I cage in which they were confined Mr. and! Mrs. Perkins and Willie here and is doing carpenter,
!ale in Boston of a million-dollar corporation The decapitated body of E. A. Bill dto I be a great remedy for colds and no I' Sunday night. An ax without Fouler motored to Lake. Butler Sat work.
11Let
taking in land at Deerfieldto GO, recluse living near the natural many of us suffering with that disease I Ia handle was found in the cage the U rcl a)'. 1y

put in a plant to manufacture bridge over Arch creek twelve miles we really think that the judge, next morning, mid it is believed thata I Little Iva !Mao Wynn is illIt this

L white sugar. north of Miami was found floating in 'I in this instance was very inconsiderate cold chine! was used to tear away writing.Messrs.:. COFFINS CASKETSAnd
''I, the creek Monday morning, and a' of the welfare of his friends. the grating in the floor of the Abe Crosby and K. A. Andrews I
e/lgp'l a full ulna of
,,Monday morning last five full carloads search has been instituted by the I [ of fish left Okeechobee foe the iff's office for a young Italian who I I I R. R. Harrison of Waterbury Conn. cleat in sine to pet'mlt the body of a Saturday, I II "Undertakers' Supplies

great centers of the east and west had been working with the recluse while at Green Cove Springs Tuesdaywent man to pass through. The convicts I li. (). Rivers, of /itr, wall here Sunday Automobile Hearse.
/and each day this week there have for several weeks and who has not hunting alligators accompaniedby left a sign, Rooms to Let, on the side Always on hand. The test .".-
'been three and four cars shipped been seen since Bell disappeared several his friend W. French near Six- ''uf the cage, and when their escape '\'. M. Hoilgosiiti: friends. in vice at the lowest prices. Special
f I.principally dressed catfish which days ago. Bell evidently had r was discovered it was found that a Clayno Humlu). I I attention
been dead about three days. A bloodyaxe Ford belonging to II. T. Cotton to !telegraph: orders. "
. brings the highest price FOR car ) Charlie Smith, of Cluyno, was here -
". was found near his cabin. A ten- ASPIRIN COLDS had been) stolen. Later it developed ; Monday! looking: after his turpentine
Henistered' Embalmer
i,: ;: ;:; foot alligator was chewing on the that the Tallahassee Pecan Company : business

jj ex-tensive body when found. had also lost u ,car and Mr. Bllnkll.rhi..f 'cWlft"cTjONESStarke. ..
is i t
Name
"Bayer" Genuine
on
.
Ifor another big season at the favorite deputy (sheriff, began to tele.phone I Colds Cause trip and Influenza
The Florida Grapefruit Juice Company descriptions of the men and the ij Fla."DIAMOND .
|Jacksonville: resort by the sea, in anticipation Aspirin-say Bayer LAXATIVE imOMO QUININE Tablets remove
il of having to entertain an started operations in Braden- two cars to the various peace officersin cause There I. only oaf "lltumo th'l I

I even larger number of people the town Monday. The first juice was this section E.W.GROVE'S luonturo on boa SOo. I "
coming summer. expressed yesterday afternoon and DYE" OLD '
from now on the factory will be in full One of the must severe wind and SVMI'SOM' ) CITY I I

HjgFletcher Strickland a young white operation. The financial support has rain storms in its! history struck the .: GARMENTS LIKE NEW

Inian in the employ of the Aragon 'been received to keep the factory going Croon Cove section Saturday night, Sampson) City, Ft.b. I a.J.hnIc.! ': Any Woman ran dye faded, .shabby
Auto Service as a chauffeur who was and the fruit that is still to be Sunday and !Monday While little or ,. Kinney, of Ciruhamiis; lure on liuni- :, wearing a|"|*.... whether wool ..Uk. rot.I .-
sabot thrown from automobile picked will be handled. It is antici- LQ no damage was done by the wind the ness Friday.Mrs. I ton. Ilium or mixed good: to any color,
and an pated that there will be a good deal heavy downpour of rain seriously damaged H. 1 H. HuirowH and lion were, junt like new, by following' simple < .--
tby unknown man, who with a wo- *
an
luna In each package of !>I.moo" ,
ttnan had rented the car to go to Callahan of fruit for the next two months or crops' pai-k-ularly potatoes, the guests of her sister Mrs W. II. Ityva.
With the factory going at top 'crinfiott Sloan. _._.
so. and norroad -- -
is now in a serious condition Insist on "nayer Tablets of Aspirin"In
lln St. Luke's hospital. speed it is expected that a large quan- I i a "Bayer package" containing propel bridges.: Two bridges between I i Mr. und Mis.! A. K. !Smith:' Mr. and No Worm In a Healthy Child "
tity of the off size off color fruit will direction for Colds Pain Headache here and Jacksonville wereviinlod I Mrs. Uolii' 'mon motored to Staike hint! All children troubled with worm have so u... I''!
be saved. Neuralgia. Lumbago and Rheunatmm. out and there were no trains for new- Friday. I hmliliy, outer wlili lii (HrS Hereafter any road that receives I Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin coal days. from either direction The61'1'g T. V. Williams of Camp Juhnxtmi, rule. there In morn nr less ntntnarh dl.turhum.l.kovp's ..
'9 State aid through; the state road department ")f prescribed by physicians for nineteen Pulntktt Is visiting! hid mother : TASnUSS; rhlll IONIC given rmul.rlyfurtwour .
The Tampa Tribune says: I 1 a across the St. Johns at Mrs John (lull. three wncka" will enrich the blond Int' /
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablet
I' will have to be built on airllt'htofway had not half his cost last. Coast tiumtried I John l Hull C.u. U .
"Daredevil" Owena I few cents. Aspirin k trade mark was out and the Waycross, visiting prove t ha dluratlim and act a.a Generel&ron.th I
not less than sixty-six foot sliced off recently while attempting . of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaoetioeidecter I to get: around by Green CoveSprings : his family thin week.Mis. ... ,,1111I1'"lclo the whole uysien. Nalur will lira. '
thrownITor dlmwIllniwimiKand. tb.C''hl willi.!
:feet wide. That was decided in the to transfer from one airplane to Salicylicacid. I and( was tied! up Ill'1'1'. !Many Horace StilrKlaml' of ('/lrowllY la uarfwl knelt HnaMiut to take Wo'ant">t.I.
j/orm: of a resolution adopted by the another over Plant Field he and his I 4
wocpartment in meeting: at Tallahassee touch __ - - --- -- - -- .-
father might: never have got in .
yin conformity with Federal legisla- with each other. Frank Owens his, ;

on. father of Ayres Village Havcrhill
Mass, had lost track of his aviator ,
:
More than one hundred carloads son for the past four years, until he I
gjj>f hogs have been shipped from Su- saw in a newspaper an account of this ': Us Prove

%; rannee county points to the markets remarkable accident. He wrote the ,

thin the past nix months, and ad- Tampa chief of police asking for Fred | ,
litional shipments of from two to Owens' address. The latter has beun .... .t'. ': ., s
four cars per week will be made until informed of the letter and will write I"J

(".bout the first of April. Suwannee his father." I
ins become one of the leading coun- _
ice of this state in stock raining:, and C. V. CHft formerly of Diana Tenn., 'i
rkers and beef cattle shipped from but who has for the past four years Learn of Its Performance i

this county during: the past six months been living at Citra eighteen miles (
ave brought "top of the market north of Ocala, where he had a poul- and Endurance '
>rices." try farm was found late Wednesday I as 22,000 t1

night one mile this side of Anthony I

A negro named Lon Brooks who his car turned over and he was dead. Owners Know ItThe
lived near the Aucilla river on the lIe had been in Ocala all day Wednesday
is with a friend. While here he had
ishville road in Jefferson county \
ported to have been burned to death his car repaired. Early in the afternoon -
.Wednesday night when his home was he returned to his home and ?

( urnI'd. He had a wife and several found he had forgotten: something and '
hlldrf'n. The wife says when she started to return to Ocala and one '1

Woke up and found the house in flames mile this side of Anthony his car turn- ,t

- hat she only had time to get the children ed over and he was instantly killed. You'
out and that he was drunk and Essex to
rain and windstormof
incessant
out without The
Jfof course could not get: hours has ,
the last forty-eight J.t,
p help I caused great damage to the newly-

\" The Herald comes out today with I Ir The planted large potato farms fields at East near Palatka Palatka.are Regard the Essex in the light of its service can thread in and out of traffic. The Essex

.too type net and no news. In fact : completely submerged and many will to some 22,000 owners. takes up so little room it can be parked in :

tithe|LThe i!; paper Southern is in Utilities luck to get Company out at has all. : be a total loss. Hastings: reports What it is/doing for people you know' is an paces, too small! for large cars, and it costs I I

: heavy damage. Roads and ditches ov- less when degree of performance and quality
f been broken down since Saturday and indication of how every Essex owner feels l
today there is no power no lights no erflowing. The bridgekceper: at Rice about his car. are considered.! The Essex saves in gasoline I
Creek bridge was forced to a-
county and tires.
|'water, while the gas: is so weak that
of high
account :
bandon his post on
,\if'the melting pots on the typesetting water in the creek The Atlantic Questions How About Its
machines are too cold to make type the end of the To AskWill
Coast Line roadbed at Endurance?
f and even if the power was on the I
has beenwashed .
,jjtype;> could not be cast.-Sandford"lerald. drawbridge over for the considerable creek distance the Essex passenger capacity meetyour These are the records I of 22,000 cars Some
out a
needs? The touring car and the sedan :
have boon driven miles the
and traffic either by road or by as many as average -
,
each comfortably carries five. The roadster drives in two Ask the
owner Hcasons. I
ft The famous Manatee mineral spring rail is impossible. Is for two, and has unusual capacity for lug- hard drivers how they consider: Essex: durability. '(I- I
the public. This
to I
again
open drinking water Mrs. J. J. O'Brien, of More Haven gage I
: has furnished and who is cultivating 1,000 acres of muck Car size, other than that of passenger! capacity ; t
the residents here for years exhibitionin Ride in an Essex= that has been driven several -
being the host land in that vivintly has on is unimportant In the I Essex it means I.
has the reputation of in south Florida.A the yard of her home a relic of prehistoric greater driving ease!' and the opportunity of thousand miles. Learn how little attention 0

..Water number to be of found tourists come every days In the Khape'of an Indian providing comfort, higher quality and greater is required to keep it in operating condition. r

in order to avail themselves of canoe cut from a large cypress performance at a moderate price and low Every owner will give you proof of endurance 1
year log. This canoe was dug: up whilea such would of
expect a
the opportunity of securing: this wa- and the operating cost. as you never
tractor was digging' ditches its size cunt.
of
ter and go away much improved by beneath Think how the few car or
relic was found at least three feet large cars a years ago
having: used it. The property closed belongsto to the surface. It Is well preserved compare with those of today. Look for Its Imitators
S. C. CatPS and has been 1
and geologist claim that it is The trend is toward smaller The Es
''the public for more than a year but is It is possibly ; cars This Year
'gain to the public of Manatee. hundreds of years old. sex is easier to drive easier to park cOl-lbl. 9
open 25 feet l in" length and was not hewn'out (Essex success' means thin year's cars will
yn I _._ less to operate, and is as comfortable to ride tin
at council meeting of the log along: the present lines be modeled after it. Look for its'! body lines
\It was announced but quite differentand as a large costly car. The Essex marks "
; : Tuesday night that Palatka is to of Indian not canoes used by the Seminoles'I the car of the future in respect to size and it and other features in cars that will come out ;

Abolish the whipping: post and slave antedates was their time considerably. : combines the wanted qualities of economy of from now on. The Essex has filled the demand -
but
market. Not actually, but figurately."Jhe : t the light car with the performance and en- for a light weight car with perform. ,

':: Palatka code has not been revised The first train to I'alm Beach from durance of the costly automobile. once and enduring qualities It is not an old ".
'<\ii' codified since 1895 twenty-fve the north in four days arrived at 11''' model modified to meet the trend towardow r'

frears ago. At that time the section and o'clock Wednesday nigth and by midnight H About Its lightness and economy, comfort and luxury.Performance .

iwoviding for a city whipping in. Succeeding: post three trains had gotten in. Dur- I To get what the Essex has requires a design
left
'alave'Councils market did not were consider it necessary ing the nigth twelve passenger trains igot I Every Essex owner knows he doesn't need that begin with one idea in view. A new
in from the north, arriving at intervals I trend in design is' reflected in the Essex. It
!
H, enact special legislation against minutes Nine I to take the dust of any car. He can tour as'!
these provisions remained on the trains passed of twenty over the lake bridge to fast or as far as any car will go. He has cannot be met through the adaption of those

books until the present codification Palm Beach between eleven o'clock i power for hills-acceleration for every re principles that have been in vogue.
elimated them with other ,
fommission conflicting statutes. last night and four o'clock this morn quirement. The Essex is i'! the new word in motor cars.

Obsolete, and ing. All of the twelve trains brought were a I Owners of large cars tell us their preference Its performance is proved everywhere and its

"Cold In the 11..cS" passenger number carriers.of tourists They who will for driving the Essex. They travel fast'ndurance is unquestioned. Can there be ,
Catarrh .... great because under fio doubt after such that it is the car
*. acute attack of N.ul .. crowd the hotels, cottages and apart- ter they can get way quick- any proof
, uT u..who b_.r.." .UbC.t to that frequ.n001.the OM will of ment housees. The trains have been ly. They can turn in narrow streets. They you want?
ALL'. cA 'EDICINIII railroad
damage done to
> 114 the Byatam. cUanM the Blood held up by
IQ 1 r.nd.r up tit.. U.. ItaliU to cold.. tracks by floods in the northern part .
U4 attack of Acutt Catarrh may .
p.d .. Chronic Caturh.AWU of the state. SMITH'SSTARKE GARAGE
t&ll.
. CATARRH MEDICJNIC I. -
.a tat.r.allr said seta thl'Ouch of h. the.,.t.Blood.... Rains in the Everglades extinguished -
eN.,.n tb.Oftnt.Mucous,. aurfaeco TIC. T.. 'mo"Jf.'L"., and prevented the spread of dangerous -
"'ge1M f\f itiiV_ ,,gDlCiNtB triB* fires in the Everglades reports FLORIDA
win not
: ,
;
I tu'e car RRtA
: Fire Warden Andrew Carter. Recently -
r.*I Ck s.r Co.. Toloflo. 0.... Mr. Carter gave information to

I Sheriff Turner of Broward county
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