Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: February 20, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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COMPANY NOW REALITY I WHO WAS TO BLAME BUSINESS METHODS( 1 US. ANDERSON ENTERTAINS: DEATH OF' MRS. B. H. .WITKOV- LAWTEY LOSER: .: I USEFUL: ('ITI-

WOMAN'S CLUB SKI ZEN IN DEATH; OP J. C. IiWtllLawtey
[Passed Federal Inspection and Cheer J. B. Prevail Had Close Shave for Life Mile Pouts Placed: by Knl.'rpriJnf | -

fully Accepted Thursday NightAn Mrs A. W. Anderson charmingly Mrs Pearl Witkovski wife of Benjamin Feb 20.-This communitywas
i .- Starke Firms entertained the Woman's Club on the R. Witkovski died Tuesday, shocked Saturday during the noon
second Wednesday in February, This hour when it learned. that CannierJ.
February 17th at 0 o'clock, at the family was
accident took last Thursday
Tuesday night place -
was the time get for
Those of Starke's business men, pretty home was made more attractive residence 1217 Main .street Jacksonville C. Byrd had died very sudenly while
[the Federal night that came '
so near costing
inspection ot :Starke's military mentioned in our last issue who de- by decorations of potted plants About three weeks Mrs. at work at the bank Mr. Byrd had
a man his life till his be ago
company, when it would be dejcided classed with the marvelous escape may rive a good part of their income from and during the social half hour vic- Witkovski suffered a nervous breakdown just signed an important paper and
it events
whether was acceptable accorumg > which occasionally happen in Bradford faraway customers, ate not the only trola music added to the pleasure of and had been confined to her started, to walk away when he suddenly .
to government: standards, so ones. We will name a couple more in the guents. liis hand
bed since that time, but her death was placed' to his .heart
The who
that it be entitled county. man had the hair-
to uniforms, arms this issue and later on still more. Mrs. R. A. Weeks president of the altogether unexpected. For several and said, "What an awful pain I've
breadth is J. B. who i
,' [Sam.i and .accoutrements furnished by Uncle lives southeast escape of Starke.Prevatt, F. F. Stump, dealer in dry goods, club occupied the chair and considerable days prior to her death her condition got" and fell over being caught in
( clothing shoes etc., has store in business transacted. A letter the of Mr.
Another circumstance a was hud seemed considerably improved arms W. F. Godwin who-
f ie Federal inspector wa ot' !'. make the incident still serves curious to Starke, besides stores in other Florida was read from the teachers of the but she had a sinking spell Tuesday was near lie died in a few minutes,
[H. I::>barfcrent (U. a. iniantry instructor' for there are two distinct more statementsof towns. It is a common thing for him B. H. S. returning thanks for the restroom evening and died before the family being unconscious to the end. He wasapparently i

t' [ inspector on uuty wits the state ot how it occurred. We have not been to fill orders from Tampa Jackson furniture which had been presented physician, who was hastily summoned, as well as ever, conversingand
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(.1<1011ua. 'I lie slate inspector was Major able to information hand ville and other Florida cities, whose by the club. A civic commit. could reach her bedside. joking all the morning with the
f dno. L. v/rary, y. M. U., IM. u. *'. get our first size should be a criterion for lower tcf was appointed to confer with the many patrons of the hank.
but what others, who in their Accompanied by her husband and
mess smears, aner a rigid inspection agree prices and larger assortments than mayor and city council requestingtheir Mr.\ Byrd hud just begun his third
other relatives the
statements for one side or the other body was forwarded
,of the men, accepted the company, the relate, is set forth below. Starke can offer. Yet when you go co-operation in removing the to IVnHucnln yesterday morning- year as caller' of tho Lawtoy State .,
L"pue nor the united states and tOil otn. into his store for.trade you will be cows from the streetc- Starke. A for beside Hank, the past year being the most .'
Thursday night a southbound freight' burin! their little son, who
:;' er lor the stale ox riorum. On tneir surprised at both the reasonable prices municipal suffrage committee was appointed prosperous one in the history of tho
arrived in Starke the engineer died while they were residents of that
; was
y, mruuon 01 JiccepLauce botn onicers and the variety of goods. to confer with the FederatedWoman's bank
Russell Phillips the engine No. 708. I city.
spoKe very highly 01 the organization Mr. Stump owes his success to good Club in regard to petitioningthe Mr. Bard burn in
was South Carolina
Mr. of coal
Phillips' supply
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was Prior her l\
very to marriage !I'll. Witkov. ..
t.;:u. 'il'ouifn "o uniiorma were visioie, low and it was decided that he shouldgo business judgment and square deal. I legislature to grant the women of ski was Miss Pearl Perclval of Haiti- 62 years ago and 1l'ame to Florida
I .;;except in one or two instances, the Waldo ings.' We can mention an examplein Florida municipal suffrage.On with hill 1 piirctitH when small boy
to the nearest to fill a ,
point
' more, Md. She was married to Mr.
?;L(; ;' mtu nail an suun a soluieriy bearinj his tender. At 11:27 the enginewas our own case. When on the 2nd of account of temporary removalto residing in Bradford county nearly all
" ''"':'\111 we may comidemiy expect a crack up uncoupled from the train and this month the Telegraph sent out its Brooker Mrs. R. A. Weeks resigned Witkovski about twenty-five years that time lie was married to a !Miss l
in Sanford Fla., whore both
l company when tnu men uecome arrayed went on its south headlight dis bill collector Mr. Stump was not in her oflicc as president. Mrs. A. Z.Adkins ago wereliving Doklo of Lake Butler, who, with five ,
way at the time. Shortly after tht'lrmal'1'hllte
m new uiuiorina. iiie tnovemenu his store when the collector called so vice president of the organization children survive hjm J. E. Byrd
When the side- ,
played. Reynolds
? near they moved to Starke andlivcil t
|lor Una organization nave been very track about mile from the the bill (a rather heavy one) was left will act as president until the Mrs. Pearl Touchton.! Mrs. Ruby Marie -
a depot here
for a number of and
+ I IUICK and atai'Ke::: was laat 01 several he and on his desk. Calling a few days later next election of officers. Mrs. Weeks yearn Mrs I Eva Miithta of Jacksonville ,! :
horse the track ,
saw a buggy on
Mrs. Witkovski had n large' number of
tin the suite to take lulu, yet we nave presumably where neighborhoodroad Mr. Stump did not have time to hunt hns done exceptionally fine work as and Miss Leila Byrd of Lawtey; and ',
a friends who are grived by the news of
[ scored two important lecords above crosses the track. lie blew his up the bill but signed! a check and president, and the club very much roogrc.tll her death u brother and three sinter: F. M

(all oiners. nisi, we nave hud more whistle for the crossing and thought: gave the collector, the check to be filled her resignation.At -. Byrd. Miss Sarah Byrd and Mrs Lou
men pi'cot-lit; at me state inspection the buggy would be out of his way up by the Telegraph. Of course he the close of the business session ATTENTION; YOUNG FOLKSAll Walker, of Jacksonville and !Mrs.
[than any other locality; second, we before he reached the place But instead docs not make a habit of l letting theI a social half hour was enjoyed at Alice Adkiiin of lake Butler ,
had the tfreauist number ot: men present the horse came toward him the 'I other fellow fill in the check, but he which time the hostess served a delicious The funeral was held at his late

at any federal nibpection. buggy partly on the track. He could had had dealings with the Telegraph salad course. young people not ateiuling other home 12.10:: o'clock Sunday, the servicos \
his town and section for and knew that Mrs. C. M. Sistrunk will lw hi. tons services are cordially invited to attend
surrounding not stop quick enough to avoid a collision many years no unfair being conducted by Rev J. T.
I, have to themselves advantage would be taken. for the March the the II. Y. 1'. U. which meets every Boone
reason congratulate the horse was killed and the meeting, subjectbeing of the lust Christian (church
I on the success ot till movement buggy broken to pieces. lie never Drs. J. O. and O. L. Hay tics, dentists Health anil t the motto "Health Sunday evening at 0:30. of Jacksonville, and the body interredin
The
following will In-
sand next to the men who father Wealth and Prosperity 1 the greatestof program rendered the Lake Butler Sunday 1:
i.. young so saw Mr. 1'revatt until after he had and son, do a prosperous next Sunday cemetery ''
< \,(.i nooiy rebponded to the can, tnoae men stopped when he came up apparently business but if they depended on homeI these is Health." Subject Stewardship: of Life, afternoon 'I.
; who bent their money and energy to unhurt. I practice alone they would fare tilimly.I . .---- In the passing, ut Mr. Byrd, the fum-
Miss Jessie lender for
Thomas fist
k [ bring it ubout, deserve praise r ore- Mr. Prevatt's version la Bald to he'I They understand their profession thor. MRS. JOHN ROSROROlKiH:::; ; ( Miss Doris Law, l leader for ily 'loses a devoted, husband and father ; y
'; most among these stands Japt.; Ue- this: lIe had been in Starke and was oughly, Dr. O. L. IlayneH being a second program; and! the community loses one of its "

} Witt l;. Jones. on his way home. About 10:30 p. m. graduate of one of the best. dental colleges As n tihock to her many friends Giving, the Life to God-Mildred best 'citizens. The), entire community "jj j

Next drill night will be Monday, he attempted to cross the Seaboard in the country. Their equipmentis throughout Aluchua county comes the Crosby. joins in sympathy with the bereaved

| when every mvnioer should be present tracks at Reynolds siding near the full and up-to-date and only the best news of the death of Mrs. John A. Missionaries and PI'c'arllt'ra-O. G. family
to be measured for new uniforms. colored church. The night was dark material l Is used. Doing such good, I Roshorough at the home of her hun1 Cooper Rev Ernest Boyer filled his ap-
| Time, 8 o'clock. and a drizzling rain fell. Suddenly a durable work, satisfied customers have !|1 I band's parents, General and Mrs. JohnI Steward! and R"I'VI'e-NcotUo Du- !olntment at the Inland Grove Baptist

locomotive, with the tender ahead, advertised them far and wide and i I I Rosbptiiugh, of Windsor, at (1 o'clock hose church Saturday and! Sunday
came from the south, struck his horse work comes to them from all over the I I I Wednesday afternoon Mrs W. 11. Biggs was a visitor to
In Pro
Serving r'lIs 111I11.1
}+ HEROIC DEED OK BROOKER BOY dead and broke the buggy to pieces. state. j I I Mrs. Konborough's death followed a Thomas WorldJessie JiickHonvillu! first of the w
Just how he escaped death or serious F. L. Turner is the new owner of sever illness of one week, preceded Enoch: Gritll, amt A, M. Blanchard
[Corporal C. E. Crosby Wounded Ht.stIIC'h injury he does not know-it all took the old Cason drug business Starke. 'I 1 by a long period of ill health. She Serving in Commercial World, worn visitors to. Waldo first of the
f i plare so quickly. He complains of Griffin & Johns have lately started a I I, had gone to the home of her fatherI Mrs. O. G. Cooper.Everyone week

I'u8sciy.rrI'rum Wreck pain in his chest and shoulders, but wholesale and retail merchandise bus-I in-luw only recently, when Mr. Ros- 1.U'luled-Chnrlie, Cooper! Mrs. t). L Thomax, of Jacksonville, .
nothing serious. Inca shore They have a very large: assortment j borough who is employed by the OoncluHion-Muudo Manning. I was a recent vUllor to Luwtey.
We publish bcl'-n;; account from Thus one party claims that the incident of goods arId a largo trade )I'j Southern': Express company, moved to Tim following members will tako J. C. Hess has gone to Orlando to
[the Savannah Tress of a brave deed occurred when the engine was Both firms mentioned are independent i Starke. part In the second program Doris ucrc.pt. a position as clerk.

(performed by a marine corporal after on its way to Waldo, and the other of any combine to keep prices up and i j In addition to her husband, tho do- Law, John Powell, Doris Scott, Lloyd .1. R. EddiiiH' of (iuineville I wax t
a I he had been severely wounded ins when it was returning after having as long as they get a living profit they J' censed is survived by a fourteen- King, Walter Kuhl. A special 1 foot trammeling buiiiiioss In Lawtey Wed at

d (railway wreck. The young soldier is coaled at that place. Which of these are satisfied. They wish to extend !1 months-old son and two sisters, Mrs. turn will be a reading by Ruby Mao nesday.Mr.! .

a son of I*. A. Crosby of Brooker and i statements is true will, no doubt, be their trade, and hit upon the plan of I I Jennings and Mrs Frank Murray of Poppell and 'a trio by three young. Indies and 1 Mrs Ury Gunter visited

j his many friends will be glad to heart ascertained when Mr.\ Prevail sues the placing mile posts for five miles on Rome and Alberton Ga., who are now relatives in the Vanderbilt section last t,;
t of his brave action. railway company for damages. Those each of the ten roads loading to I 1 on their way to Gainesville to be pros. Immediately after the B. Y. P. U. week,

Corporal C. E. Crosby of the Unit- who viewed the horse before it was Starke. These posts are about four I i ant at the funprnl.-Gllint'llvillc Sun, service the orchestra will render several Mrs Ethel Gunter and laughter and

[ ed States marine corps is at the Ogle. buried say there was a big hole in its feet high and each costs, after being 15th. numbers.-. sinter Beuluh were visitors to Staike
[ thorpe sanitarium in a serious condition side as if made by the coupler of the set $2.60. On the upright part is Saturday.Prof. .
I as the result of being injured in tender. But after the horse was buried painted, beneath the mile number, COL WEEKS OF ST AUK F., CELEBRATES : MILLER R. A. Green, of Starke, was in
the Seaboard Air Line Railway wreckon at least, Sherlock Holmes himself "Griffin & Johns," and on the cross- BIRTHDAY Lnwtey Saturday shaking tytnds with ,>h
Saturday. Many who were in the could not, from evidence on the ground arm, "F. L. Turner's I Drug Store." Miller Feb. 20.-N. II. Stokes made I his friends. Mr. Green l is a candidate t 9
wreck declare Corporal Crosby show- form any conclusion as to which version This is a laudable enterprise and the Mrs S. T. Dell and son, S. T. Jr., a business trip to Lake Butler Mon. for the office of county judge and he .
ed exceptional bravery. He in only 24 is the true one. Between the main public profiting; by it, will not forgetthe hove returned from a pleasant week day. was looking over the field here. y yA yC yI yI yJ yi

years of age: and is from Brooker, track and the siding, about If>0 feet donors end visit to Starke going for the annual Miss Ruby Pan-lull, who has linen Mrs. E. L. Biggs and son, of Starke
north of the crossing, was at late as celebration of her father's birth. teaching the Uubllon school, has returned were visiting relatives in Lawtey Sat ,
Fla.After Saturday the remains of a pool of THE LIBERTY BELLES I COMING day anniversary. Col. W. T. WeeksIs home and Is going to spend aKhoft urday and Sunday. C
having his nose broken and blood of the horse. Between that point NEXT THURSDAY popular throughout Bradford and while with her parents beforeentc.rllla' J. E. Byrd arid family of Jack oll-
his mouth BO lacerated that he will and the crossing were found two or Alachua counties and friends join in the normal at Lake Butler.Olson villa, wore visiting relative Saturdayand

be disfigured for life, Corporal Crosby three pieces of the buggy and parts Under the management: of the Alkahest wishing him many more happy birth Thomas made a trip to Lake Sunday
did heroic work in bringing the injured of the Bluffing of the cushion but no Lyceum System, The Liberty days. The big family dinner yester Butler Monday Mrs A. J. Lowery and son, of Jacksonville .

passengers from the overturned blood spots or marks of the horse or Belles will be in Starke next Thurs' day celebrating the event was a happy The Miller school has stopped for aro upending a few days with
coaches and administering first aid to buggy being dragged. If the matter day evening Feb. 20th at the high j occasion_Gainesville New a while on account of influenza breaking relatives.JO.NKO .
them. As stated by Engineer D. F. .
" comes to a court trial an interesting school auditorium. Admission seven- 1 out in 'community Reddish hud two pure bred
( Dcbillc, who was running the -unlucky legal battle between the lawyers may ty-five cents for single ticket and J BITCH WAS ACQUITTED The many friend of Mr. and Mrs. Poland China sown to reach here Sat
train, it was wonderful how the injured ( B. E. Brawn the urday. They him
be anticipated. twenty-five cents for children. War are rejoicing over rncowry were sent to from
man did the work he did after tax extra. I Complaint had been made that Illicit of their little daughter, Evan- I North Georgia by hiM son, David.I
having been hurt to such an extent. I gelinn who has been III. : Mr. und) Mrs. E.: E;,
MRS. JONES GIVES THEATRE This attraction is composed of Miss distilling was going on in a house seriously ilurnpy anj
For nearly two hours Corporal Cros PARTY Kathleen LeBaron, guitarist, lyric soprano I owned by Lacy Hitch about 1 1.2 Roland Thomas made u busineim children, of. Jackminvillo were vlsit.lnr'h.tivc's I
+ by worked on the victims. reader arid ukelelc; Mien Vera |I miles emit of Starke. Sheriff' Epper trip to lllaiul Friday !in Ijiiwtey. Sunday.Mrs. .

Attracts Her Attention I Honoring/ Mrs. Harold C. Willing- Krake, dramatic soprano Irish harp, lion and Deputy Humdon went there, Eugene Douglass was a business J. it. Dye and! little son, J. B.

Mrs. Allan Clements of Chicago barn, of Marietta, Ga., Mrs HeWitt C. pianologist, ukelelc; Miss Elsie Uf'I l found the door locked and the win. vlitor to Providence Saturday Jr., are spending a few days at the
Ill., became so interested in the young j j Jones gave a delightful theatre party mant, alto violinist mandolinixt uke. dows heavily secured. On entering Mrs 0. A. Thomas and son, Kwbcr home of Mr. and Mrs, A. M. IIlan.C .
marine she asked Motorcycle Patrolman Friday evening, the guests enjoying Idle These three charmingly talented( thy found a still and two barrels of of Alachuu, were visiting friends in hard

T. O. Wilson to get as much in- 1( Jack Pickford in The Spirit of '17. young ladies present a program of infinite beer, which were destroyed. this community Sunday Henry Bennett' of Jacksonville, wan
formation about him as he could. Mrs. i i The party included besides the honoree de-light. Their youth and charm, Hitch was apprehended. and hud a MrH Alice angford: of Alachua, n visitor to. Lawtey Thursday
Clements was in her private car "Pit- 'I Mesdames A. M. Darby A. Z. their vivaciousness is in sharp con- jury trlall".forc' Judge Gardiner: Mon spent Sunday with relatives, I E.: J, Roberts, Gen Roberts/ and Mills i

grim," on her way to Miami Fla. She I Adkins C. E. Ah.-arn, J. M. Mitchell, trast with their evident training and day morning, but was acquitted. Mr. and Mrs. Angus Bielling visited Nellie Roberta worn( visitors to Sturko

is stopping at the Royal Poinciana J. II. Ritch, It. A. Weeks, E. K. Perry- experience before public audiences. -. the lalter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Sunday. I
Hotel. Before 'she left Mrs. Clements man J. E. Futch Mrs. E. L. Kerley Each number of the trio has, In uni- METHODIST; H. Rimes last week. E.: L. RufuHfl was a visitor to Baldwin

called to see the injured marine at the of Glasgow: Ky., Mrs T. J. McBeath, combination, almost equal vocal and I II The entire family of J. S. Brown Sunday
instrumental school 0:45 L. A, is confined to their bode with Influenza Junes Williams, of Jacksonville,
hospital. She declared his work was of DeLand. i;I ability. It is seldom, Indeed Sunday : a m., '
really marvelous and that he refusedaid After leaving the theatre Mrs. Jones '' that singers are equally profi- (Davis, superintendent. Late reports are they are j'l'tting' was visiting relatives here Sunday. ','
until he had taken care of the other entertained her guests at her charm-I 1'cient instrumentalists, and vice ver- Preaching 11 a. m. and 7KO p. m. on nicely, )Jr, arid Mrs. William Chandler,' of i
victims of the wreck. ing home serving refreshments of I 1''lia. yet competent critics have declar- Epworth League, 0:45 p. m. Carl Brown spent the week-end at Kearney, N. J., are guests for a few

Going to Visit Family nut salad nut bread, pickles and hot 1 ed the Liberty Belles to be brilliantly Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:80p. : the home of his parents. days at the' home of Mr.' arid! Mrs. W.
chocolate. proficient in both attain menta. m. Tom Crawford, who has been employed I"'. Godwin.
Corporal Crosby was on his way to at Jacksonville returned, to M. Davis of Jacksonville visitor
-. Throughout the program will bo J. C. DIGGS, wait a
Brooker to see his mother and father NEW POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS woven a charming epic in song and Pastor his home near here last week to Luwtey Sunday.
six sisters and seven brothers, whomhe j story pulsating with patriotism. The Mills Ruby 1'arrinh mad a 1 ''nines John Teuton of Jacksonville was
had not seen in three years. When j I warmth and brilliancy of the songs of BAPTIST trip to take Butler Monday. visiting relatives in lAwtey Sunday.

i, asked by The Press representative if There are only two new entries into I the home songs, the Irresistible urge Earl; I'ceples spent the we-'k-end Mr. and Mrs. Will Stanley wcraguests
he had seen overseas duty, he said no, iof school 10 with homefolks. Sunday of Mrs. Stanley' mother
the county political campaign this I,I the battle hymns of yesterday and Sunday a. m.
but that he had just returned from week, though there are rumors of others I, today, the simple tunes of mother love, Morning worship, 11 a. m. Olson Thomas visited friends near Mrs. Eliza Hill.
twenty-six months' duty in the West yet to come. I>' home and fireside, are all blended in a B. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior, 6:1)0) Brooker Sunday afternoon. Rev. (Hodges rif Jacksonville, waR
Indies, doing coast patrol duty. His Sheriff W. J. Epperson announces program of lights and shadows that p. m. Mn'! Virgle Thomas Is visiting her a visitor to Lawtey Saturday and

present station is in the'marine barracks his candidacy to succeed himself and I(|: will enthuse, lift up and inspire the Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. vista, Mm. John Mutt of Lake Hut- Sunday
in the navy yard at Washington it now seems probable that he will hearers. Midweek service for business, prayer ler. J. C. Clark, of Jacksonville, was a
He has been in the service three years and 7:80 H. S. Miller made a business trip to visitor to Lawtry Sunday.A .
have the race to himself Mr. Epperson I Do not fail to hear The Liberty praise, p. m.
and was on his first furlough which has proven himself a fine man for Belles next Thursday evening, Feb. One thing more about planning out Lake Butler recently quirt wedding took place Sunday

was for fifteen days. the office and the man who ousts him 26th, at the High School auditorium. one's income, budgeting, and that is Our farmers are busily engaged In tat 12 o'clock at tho home of Mr. and
His face is completely covered with will have to run some. He is very pop- j I -.- keep back a part for the rainy day. preparing the land for the next crops. Mrs. W II. Biges, when Mr. Chris
bandages, and it i is almost Impossiblefor ular both personally and as an officer. I DEATH OF INFANT Now is the time to save.BLANCHARD. D. L. Clyatt made a business tripto Mathis, of Jacksonville, and Miss Eva
him to talk. His mouth is cut to H. H. Williams, a well known citl- i j D. LAW, Lake Butler last week. Byrd were united In the holy bondsof r
such an extent that it will be necessary zen of the Palestine district comes in1'1(,I Iva Mae Wynn, infant daughter of aCROSBY Murray Thomas made a trip to matrimony by Rev. J. T. Boone,

to remove all his teeth. His to the race for commissioner from Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Wynn, who lives at LAKE Lake City recently. pa.tor of the First Christian church
nose is broken and his eyes bear )h. district No. 1. He is a good citizen New River, passed away Thursday ot.Jacksonville. Only a few relatives

appearance >of haying ''been struck and will no doubt prove strVmg : evening,' Feb. nth, after an illness of Crosby Lake, Feb. 20..-Rjv. Barnes CARD OF THANKS and near friends of the bride and
with a blunt Instrument. He lost,.UI didate. about two' 'week of whooping of Raiford, preached an interesting groom were present. The wedding was
of Ms private property including' his ; -. -- _ !can'l I I cough, pneumonia and diptheria. Everything sermon at Pin. Level church Saturdayand We wish to express t* our friends to have taken place at the home of the

clothes and money., When asked how Gov. Catte 'appointed J. :' I was done, hat loving. hand. Sunday and at Sampson City on and neighbors 'our sincere thank, for bride's parents; but owing to the sadden -
he managed U do the work which he to be sheriff of Lake: county to succeedL. could do to protyta her little life. She Sunday afternoon.Prayer their kindness to us during the illness death of her father Saturday, it
did Corporal Crosby said: "I am sorry C. Smith who was appointed clerkof was three and os Wlf .o'htlut''Olct. meeting at Joe Starling: Sun. and death of our mother. May God was decided to be at the above named

I I could do no more, but I became the circuit court, filling the office The many 'flri 44s- nslte In words of day night was well attended. bless fleet aIL home. The young couple have many
I so weak from loss of blood that it left vacant by the death of H. H. Dun. consolation for the frls stricken par "PnJ'M'meetina' win be held at UM. Mrs. Arle Drowning Mrs. Mattie friends who wish them a long life of

[ was impossible to attend to others can. ents. ,. _ home of H. U. McBae Sunday night. Barry, Miss Edna Tillis.i happiness and prosperity.
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. E."Mainel,- Jr., spent the weekend with relatives and friends. Card of Thanks -1 t' T//"l'J"t. outs Ycro-I h hoar it,

Miss Gladys Frank of Fernandina, I We wish to thank the people of telk
with tiis
parents.The ",'V hole lot !d, a few lines when
in for their kindness shown to u
few days Hampton.
Hampton
is a
Woman's Club met Monday afternoon spending (pays! "Bout reason we have heard
Dr Middleton, of Starke was attending UII during the sickness and death of r.
in regular session, Miss Marshall why boys leave the farm Is betaWllUe's
County News Items to professional business here our dear sister, Mrs. Wynn. We thank calf
Proctor presiding. After the crows to be pa's cow,"
this week. the friends who came from time to
extension class
meeting the university
Mrs. McNeally, of Wilcox, is visit time and offered their services helpedto
After
met, Mrs. P. M. Padgett leader
x ing her sifter, Mrs. F. E. Henry, this nurse and care for the sufferingone
Is Ur.stln/. Fact Gathered During the Week -J' Our the close of the meeting deliciousfrenhments week. who did all that could be done to
served by Mrs W.
Regular Correspondent 1 1Git were life. We thank the physician
M. Johnston, MM. Loadholtz and Mrs. The merry-go-tound left Monday prolong
f Archer. 'or his kindness and patience. We
J. E. Maines. or
.... hank the fiiends for the beautiful }Yhy
Vero
O. K. Armstrong, who recently returned :Mr. Dubose, of visited friends loral offerings which were given as

A HAM 1 1 at his father's Sunday from overseas, had charge of here Friday. the last token of love and I respect to Suffer?

I I Airs P. M. Barefoot and daughter, the Sunday evening services and had D. W. Moore, of There-sea, was a our loved one. May God bless all of

{( +' tp Graham, Feb. 20.-Frank Joni, of ISamjiHon ., were in Gainesville Saturday. an interesting program. isitor to Hampton Sunday Mrs//

wan a visitor here Saturday, Mrs. T. Litchfield and baby spent Rev and Mrs. S. I. Hendrix accompanied W C. Hunt left Tuesday for Lake you A. Cox, of Al-

:, Messrs. Marvin Ogden and Jake Saturday with her parents at La- by their children and Mrs. Root Park., Ga., where he has accepted a Mrs A. M. Williams, Miss Janie derson, \V. Va., writes:

Roberts were visitors to Jacksonville Crosse of Alachua, were visitors here Saturday position as section foreman on the G. Reddish Mr. Robert Reddish, Mr. "1>1 y daughter: . suffered -

Thursday and Friday, both buying I Jr. Jim Colson and family, of I S.&F. &ham Reddish. terribly. She could

i can while there. Gainesville, passed through here Sunday Mrs. Lige Braddock, of Callahan, The Florida Amusement Co. left r I not turd In bed . the

Schcll Byrd, of Plant City, la home enroute to his father's home. pent several hours in Lake Butler Saturday for Lawtey where, they will doctors gave her up, and

for a few days visit with his parents, Kev. Williams has moved his fam- Monday with Rev. Proctor and fam put on their show. we brought her home to

Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Byrd.it j{1 ily back to"6tarke where they will rei i ily. Mrs. J. M. Milliard, who has been die. She had suffered so

it L. G. Barry and Frank Abernathy side in the future. Preston Williams, of New River, risking her son in South Florida, returned much at. . time. HavIng -

have accepted a position at Louise.I. I T. Wasidn, of Graham, was in our motored to Lake Butler Monday. to her home Sunday. ;; heard of Cardui, we

L. Ogden and son, Jesse, were town Saturday with some fine cabbage Rev. Norris, of LaCrosse, was a via. N. K. Levis, of Jacksonville, was a ,, ,,"ER"'L, got It(or her."

business visitors to Waldo Saturday. I Saturday evening the young folks, free to town Monday. welcome visitor to Hampton Tuesday. 1

t Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Prevatt were ,,' chaperoned by several of the older The northbound passenger train on Mrs. Perry Dover, of Starke, was BONDiii'

nh visitors to Pleasant Hill Saturday and ones, visited our bachelor Henry the G. S. & F., Friday morning was visiting{ friends and relatives here

Sunday. Brown, on hia farm near town, giving wrecked near Odom's Spring when
I Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Dover
i Mrs A vie Barry, /ora Dyal and him a surprise party, followed by a the engine crashed into a fallen tree used to be a resident of Hampton and BetterleadsSnuelqpes : CARDUI
/ Smith attended the funeral chicken pilau supper. After the crowd
Fanny Her. blown across the track by the storm has a host of friends who are always
I, vices of Mr M. J. Tillis Wednesday. assembled games were played until a the night before. The engine and ten to her.
glad see
Mrs. Strickland of Gaines late hour, after which the pilau, with
Dewey der ditched the baggage
were car
Mr. and Mrs Dirt of Louise and
,
+ ville, vialted,her parents, Mr. and Mm. i I I pickles, bread and coffee was served. partly thrown from the rails and con.iderable daughter, Florrie Belle have recently 7ill Heads The Woman's Tonic

O. W. Dyal Friday and Saturday. I I Each one present assured Bachelor damage done to the rails.
been the of Mrs. Birt's
v, .....Mrs. Jessie Jones, Cora Abernathy-]1 J Brown of their enjoyment of the even. The engineer and firemen were severely guests mother -
Mrs, R. M. Nimmo.
and Bessie Wynn motored to Waldo 1 J ing, but hoped to find Mrs. Brown at wounded and were carried toValdosw Give UsYour "In a few days, she began -
Mrs. A. Johns Bobbieare
L. and
son,
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home the next time to "
Thursday, where Mrs. Jones is having they came. for treatment Friday morn- Improve Mrs.
M. P. Is the late visiting their relatives in Owens- Cox continues "and had
dental work done. Mathuny purchaserof The track cleared Orders forPrinting ,
ng. was Saturday
villc Ky. this week.J. trouble!
at.
no . Cardui
Overland Four.
an
Mr and Mrs, Jack Gnodge and mother night and train service resumed.J. .
S. Griner of cured her and
Brooklyn, was a we cine
of Sampson, were shopping here Mrs M. P. Matheny and children W. Townsend and daughter, Liz. visitor to Hampton recently. Its praises everywhere."

it ; Friday.Mr. spent the week-end at their home. zip, spent several days in Baltimore Our school which has been closer We receive many
and Mrs. Murphy Price and sis Several families from here attended last week. I sands of similar letters
the week because of the
ter, Alma and Marvin Ogden attendedthe Uncle John Colson's reunion Sun Emma Dee : past some ever/year, telling of the
show at Hampton" Saturday night Randall, entertainer, faculty had been exposed to the flu, good Cardui has done for
dny.The will give an entertainment at the
high
Lewis Byrd, of Oakland Is visiting family of T. Stewart who have re-opened Monday. women who suffer from
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school ..
building Friday evening, Feb Mr. Woodruff, who travels for thFlorida -.' complaints so common to
relatives and friends! for a few days. 1 been sick with the flu
are all able to
20th at 7:30 the third It
: being attractionof Grocery Co. visitor their sex. should da
was a to :
Mr. and Mrs. F, D. Dyal and children 1 be up again Da'A Thcu"lut.
the
Alkahest
Lyceum System given
ofiff, visited his parents, Mr. Mrs. Ellen Hall, who had a light here under the Hampton single gruul'ul thought turned HUP0Trr
auspices of the Wom
and Mrs. O. W. Dyal Sunday. i stroke of paralysis last week, has been an's Club. W. B. Baker, of Lake Geneva, was .heavenward Is the\ moat perfect prayer.

Chas Sparkman, of Louise, was a :moved to the home of her daughter, I transacting business here Tuesday. Leasing.
i Frank Byrd attended the Funeral
ol f Mrs M. L. Maynard left Tuesday
visitor here Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Surrency in the
country,,i his brother, Mr. Jim Byrd, Sunday af fur Alachua where
she will
Tom Wasdm was a business visitor where she can have the best of atten spend several SALES JUMP OVER 500 PER CENT

to Brooker Tuesday. tion. / ternoon. days with her daughter, Mr C

Neal Dyal and Oscar Wasdin of Mrs. The Baptist pastorium was a scene O. DuPui. Dr. Williams 101 Tonic Greatly In Million Packets Of
Hobbs
Mary Is visit
on a to of merriment Friday evening The Death of Dire lleenan

+ Brooker Messrs., were Truman here Sunday.Dyal Lacy Prevail |her daughter in South Florida.Hem..mber lower floor was artistically arranged The sad news was circulated Wynn over Demand for "Flu' Treatment Flower Seed FreeWe I

.' services at the Free Will and decorated with
pink
,
crepe paper Hampton Tuesday Feb. 10th that
Levy Prescott and Bob Surrency Baptist church Sunday by the loser and red ornaments While the influenza plague was rag believe In flowers around the

motored over to Gainesville Thursday Rev E. B, Joyner, of Dukes.pastor the occasion. appropriatefor Mrs Wynn had died at the home o? I ing in October, 1918, the sales of Dr. homes of the South. Flowers brighten i
Many piano selections her sister Mrs. A, M. Williams
Mr. Minglcdoff, of Lake City, was a The Literary society will render after Williams 101 Tonic jumped over 600pl.'r up the home surroundings and gin '
a were rendered and games enjoy suffering from pneumonia. She pleasure and who
business visitor. here and had satisfaction to those
Tuesday cent. There be
i Wednesday. 'program for Friday night, celebrating (y. The main features were the : been a great sufferer for about ten can only one reason have them. !

+ I I Washington's birthday with songs, recitations crowning of Miss Omie Scarboroughas days before her death. for such a tremendous increase; We have set aside more than one
1 Wesley McKinney, of Louise, was and that is that Dr. Williams 101 Tonic
readings etc million
appropriatifor e .of the evening packets of seed of beautiful
here Sunday. queen andthe cx- !Mrs. Wynn was a true member o t!
I the occasion. He sure< and attend hanging of valentines. the first Baptist church of is a correct treatment for, "Flu," yet easily grown flowers, to be given

; John ,Surrency! left Monday for I these exercises as they are olgreat t I At a late hour the guests were invited She was born and reared in Hampton LaGrippe, Chill and Cold cases, as to our customers this spring for the
Tampa and while there Hampton,
attended the well beautifying
benefit. as Malaria and other fevers Qui. of their homes.
I to the
dining room where delicious uniting in marriage with Mr. Ii
fair. C.
Death of Mrs. Jane Tillis and nine, the enemy of disease germs, is Hastings' 1920 Seed Catalogue u
punch cake served
Lindsay Lane Is I were after Wynn ten years ego. They lived to now ready. natural
visiting his par Mrs Jane Tillis one of the ingredients of this effective Brilliant cover In
quietly which the
f'lItaIr.! and Mrs. Abe Lane at Lar. passed away guests departed, assuring jollier happily in the eastern part o:1 medicine. colors 100 pages of garden and farm
the Magnesia is
go. I on morning of February 10th a t I Mr and Mrs. Armstrong and fam town until last April when God saw another important Information profusely Illustrated It'.
H I I the home of her daughter, Mrs. OtlaRarry. fly that the chemical contained in the the
Tom Wandin evening had been thoroughly fit to take from our midst Mr. Wynn one worth while seed book for
was a business visitor after an illness of several l enjoyed. The funeral services tonic. It cleanses the liver and bowels southern gardeners and farmers. This
to Gainesville conduct
Misses Tuesday. !|| months, finally resulting in paralysi s Those present were, Misses Mac cd at the home by Rev.were N. T. of accumulated poisons. Iron, the catalogue la absolutely free to you on

f Mabel McKinney and Reno ]I I from which she was an invalid for !McKinney, Ruby Roberta, Marshal and the King rich blood producer, is the third. It request Your came: and address on
Thomas, of Louise, were shopping 1 in I remains laid to rest In Hamp a postal card will brine it
town Tuesday j I several weeks. Mrs. Tillis had reached ,. Proctor, Dora Scarborough, Mona Al ton cemetery. She will be grl'aUymillsI'd builds up strength, stamina and vitality to yoU by return or In mall.letter,
an advanced age and has reared Herman Blanche ; and strength will win against
a Alderman
Ru&sel by the of this This
Mrs. J. Jonus, Cora Abernathy and people common 1920 Catalogue will show yon
largo disease.
family, of whom six survive her: Rivers, Maine Willis Julia any
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Register
Bessie Just how five packets of
you can get
Wynn were In Waldo
? ? on business.L. Tuesday besides' one sister and two brothers Mldred Roberts, Mary Borum, Omi ity.She leaves to mourn her loss tw s 25c and 60c bottles at your drug- I Bower seeds (fire different sorts) absolutely

Lewis, of Jacksonville Is here She was a member of Mt. Sinai Bap. Scarborough, Jessie Mae Colson, DelIa sifters and two brothers, Mrs. A. M. store. Refuse all attempts to palm free of cost this spring. Send

loading tint church, near Graham. Crystal, Laurel and Zenith Armstrong Williams and Miss Janie Reddish off substitutes. There is only one Dr. for this catalogue today without fall.
of f
a car
potatoes.Messrs. The interment was made In Mt. Sin.all'l'mt.tl'I'y ; Messrs. Lee and Fred Green, o Williams 101 Tonlc.-Adv.-S. I No obligation to buy anything unless
Hampton Mr. Robert
Geiger Reddish of Wai
Barry and Alvin on the llth where you want to. H. O. HASTINGS CO,
Elmer
a largecrowd Adkins John
: Padgett Hal
do, and Mr Isham
McKinney attended Reddish of Starke
the
show Seedsmen
at of her friends Atlanta Ga.-Advt.)
r and relatives had Maines Parrish
Dewey hells Knigh She leaves
Hampton Saturday nigjit. a large host of friends be- -
gathered to pay the last respects t o Homer Lee, Bascom Cobb, O. K. Arm sides who
i Mrs. Fanny Smith is on the sick the deceased. Rev. regret to give her up. The
Dyal
conducted
list this week. i strong. love and sympathy of the entire community .
the
funeral obsequies. The commun The body of Mr. J.
C.
Byrd wa is
Sunday school extended to the bereaved
was largely attended
; Sunday afternoon. Everybody con ity extends to the bereaved ones their! brought to Lake Butler. Sunday afternoon r

deepest sympathy from Lawtey for burial and the
dially invited
friends at 3:30 to come and bring you Quite a change l is being made in the interment took place Sunday afternoon .

t+ p..m. postofTice which will add to its look at three o'clock at the Dekl

and convenience when completed. cemetery. Mr. made
IUtOOKF.ltBrookrr Byrd a host o f 1
Shaw-Dukea friends in Lake Butler who mourn hili ro

A Feb.- Miss Maude Shaw, of this place, and I loss and extend their heartfelt sympathy TMftASTSCALED
20.-Mr. and
Mrs. L.
i Dubose and children Earl Dukes, of Dukes, were quietlmarried )y to his loved ones in their sad swP1 r
t t+ spent Wednesday in Starke last Wednesday bereavement.

1 Shaw.here with their mother. Mrs. B. Miss Shaw is a daughter of Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs J. E. Maines and family TINS ONLYATYOOBGOOCEfiS '

Mrs S. J. and Shaw and was very popular amon g and His Jessie Mae Colson attended .
Kelly daughter, Mrs the
younger set. Mr. Dukes Is
a the
i pro birthday dinner given i
11'
demons, spent part of the week with ,
c t'' mining young business man of Duke: honor of the 86th anniversary of Mr
? i her son, W. Kelly, of New River Miss Shaw MAXWELL" l lfO"5ECOFFEE
wore a suit of gray with John Colson at his home Sunday.
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Hermie
; of New
Kelly, River
was a
ft accessories to
match, while the
Mrs.
business visitor here Friday groom Stevens is improving afte : ,
e'' Mrs. wore a suit of navy blue. They haveRlany several weeks suffering from a fail.
F. Colsnn !
and daughter f
oPine :I friends
who wish ,
j them much
Hill, were shopping In town Wednesday I Mr. Scott, supervisor of the bridg
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and
success happiness In their mar gang, and Mr. Walker, of Valdosta
I i Tied life.
Mrs. Flora' Scott was here Friday \ were among the visitors last Frida;Y
I Heat Flashes
I n. E. Doll has New :
gone to Smyi
afternoon
collecting the club girls! exhibits -1 I, LAKE BUTLER ,
na for several weeks
visit
to send to the Tampa fair. She i
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II. Nervous
J. Stewart left Dizzy
Tuesday morning
was accompanied by Miss MildredStrode 1 Lake ,
cutler Fob.
20.-Rev.
of Starke and for his home in Bradentown, after a
? I'. A, Mrs S. S. Proctor will celebrate the< i visit with friends and relatives. Augusta Ga.:-"When I approachec
I
Crosby made a trip to Savnnnnh golden wedding next middle life health in
Monday. Misses Cora and Ettie Spires IIpl'nt my waR very poor
last week, returning home on Mr. Spearman; of Washington i is condition. I had
Saturday; lie went to send his won i the I the week-end with their parents, M r. heat lluxhes( .dicey Tai SHCKWIItWlLUAItS
of his
guest !Mrs. Pm
aunt W. d'
G. Ball. and Airs
IE Claude, who ill is George Spires, of Midway. siiollB and ncr-
was seriously but
der. air and ..
IS Mrs. Haynes, of New Orleans ------ Vuaiiuee, iHMldoa;
,
"i somewhat Improved at this time.T. | were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. HAMI'TON a caturrniil oon-
Dukes, of Lake Butler, was here G. lIall.I dition. I was
,
St, Friday afternoon on business 1 Pro I. Roberts 'v+ Just M nihwralileas
+ spent the weekend In could IM i
ono
Hampton, Feb 20.-Rev. Whittakeof
.+ T. ChiiHtain, the Coca Cola man, of Johnstown.i :r' when 1 decided

te< Lake Butler, was a prominent visitor i heWitt McGill has Rochelle, will fill his regular appointment I would given Of9 run.at
returned home
;, hero during the week at the Methodist church o Dr. Pierre's Fa-
f, j from New York and Pelham Ga., afI Sunday. write Pmorip. GAL 479 tI

Haiict Warren, of Starke, spent ter being lit the bedside of his sister / 5. q-/ Lion a trial. I t
,{i' part of the week here with her parents I Miss Gladys. Death claimed his sister W C. Hunt who has been hoMing 4-?- had doctored ancobtaimiU (I
; a position with the
Georgia Souther
Mr. and Mr. II. S. Warren no rehrfso
.. Mrs. I and interment was held at Pelham, & Florida Railway at Jasper returned had little coufidoncc" iu anything but I 1 iIRtrr gcct -t
M. nxtecn, of Ai'tio Is here Feb. 11 tho his found nux for a few days visit to her to home here Sunday. bottle of '.. -
mother .
Mr. .vo"le Cmcnption' Foe two "
Merritt of New -ar"tnrisfltB. r
River In ft k.
was !Mrs. T. J. |
Durden and daughter I took
; Mrs. Amily Abbott. town lean an occasional bottle whenever ,
If, Mrs. Anna Murrhep of Tuesday Mrs. II. F. Cheaper, left Friday for felt that my condition warranted my
I.I{ } Staike, J. C. demons, of Brooker, was a Tampa where taking a tome, and it brought me thru the
they will
spent the week-end here with her visitor to Lake Butler spend severs 1 change in a itrnng and healthy stat... 1 1
's mother, Mrs. S. J. Kelly Olen recently. weeks with relatives and friends.T. well roniembor that 1 hadn't B hot flash,
Hale
S. O. Andreu was a business visitor of Worthington, was a G. Futch and family, of Lees duiy stroll or lii'inorrhniro after my third
business visitor to Lake Butler bottle of 'favorite I Ii
y to Gainesville Friday. Tues- burg, have been spending a few day would advise women 1'rvncnption who are takui and this]I

Steve Lewis and, E. II. Andreu Sr., day.Miss with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W S medicine to keep on with it until restored:
Ruby Parrish
of Dukes, has Futch. to perfect h..th-MUS.. ALICE EU-
r were in Gainesville on business Sat.
entered the
normal. BANKS 1861 Brood St.
urday. Mrs P. J. Pearce returned to her

3r Mrs. J. Watts returned home Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Watson, of High home Saturday, after a week's visit Backache and Nervous
Springs
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
urday after a week's visit with relatives -,, R. II. Green. with her sister, Mrs. Thomas, of Val "Yes

". ,' In Plant City. 'I Miss Bessie Baylers, of Umatilla, dosta.A. M. suffered Columbus and,became Oa.>-"For run-down.about two I was yean oervoua 1 I- the color,becaauusee I know label label rather than b1
,; ,'"' C. M. Andreu of I Williams was transaqtin thief "
\ J Jacksonville, was has accepted the seventh grade work g aud would .be fio weak 1 could not got i can be relied upoo.
a visitor here Monday. I in the I business in Starke Monday. up in the morning: my "back ached all the
'" high school and is located at William Jones, of Theresaa time and ao badly that I could not stoop at
Rev. of wasvisitor a
Hayes Gainesville
conduct- S
? I the home WP
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur to all. 1 also IIUfI red with pain in my aide.
i;, ad a series of meetingsat,'! the Advent Brannen. Hampton Sunday. 1 tried many modicinoe but did not ft any

: w i church this week and they were Miss Marshall Mrs C. A. Rhames was called t o bettor 1 had Rotten to be a physical wreck (SHERWIII/PILLJAIiS/
I ri': well attended. Rev. Is Proctor spent Sat. the bedside of her son, Roscoe Rhame when I hKoao taking Dr. Pwme'e Favorite HOUSE PAINT)
Hayes splen* Ie
a.. urday and Sunday at, Five Mile with last week. She that his Pnecnptioa and by Che time I had taken a guarantee of ?service
l'" did speaker and deligtted: Us .audience Mr. and Mrs P. P. D kle. is improving. reports healt two twttloa 1 was cured of my ailment and ,knoWn paint and quaUt, backed by the weD-
,
with his able lectures various Rev. W. C felt like a new woman. I bave acver.ufP manufacturen of
Cover.the-Earth
,i" \ subjects of the Bible. day for Armstrong will' 'leave"-- to Rev N. T. King left last Sunday fo fend amoe with thu trouble. 'Favorite a have on hand ProductaWe -
Crystal River Tampa where he I'reearipuoo'isthe best medinine for women .ui- a large aS8Ol'tment of and
will colon
D. and spend a week
Lynn family of Gainesville
Miss I have
PerU Whitten, of Raiford is ever takeo-MRS. ANNA auPP3ZCome: In and
attended services here last _k-end attending the normal. with his daughter, Mrs H. J. Swilley, MIDDLErON.2944 lit Ave. + let 1M help you IIeIed a

r the Advent Robert Reddish, of Waldo visited Sold by in ..
at church. Hollis Knight, of druggists liquid or tablet, tyour
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Colson, of Columbia Starke, spent the his l sister, Mrs. A. M. Williams Sun dniririt, dom not keep it, send OOo .t.
week-end with Hal .
Maines .
day. to Dr. PHiiue' ]Iavau I county attended the reunion Mrs. Oni Pons has returned from institute, Buffalo, N. Y.for tablets,or 13 c Lumber: : Supply
Doray Weeks left last week for for trial paokaco.

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t fltlDAV. FEBRUARY 20. 1920I .
COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA -
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Saturday on business.Wm. to rest in the Sapp cemetery Feb, 13.
4 is moving his familyto The. little one leaves a heartbroken
: INFLUENZA Starke. Hodges to make their future home. father.. and mother and one brother
1 1\1\\ \ F'mersJ
4'i''i Bradford County \ Death of Little Eva Mae Wvnn little J. C., to mourn her death, u! .

I WEAKENS The lour months old daughter of sides many other relatives and friends e

__ Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn passed away for all who saw her loved her The

' REPORTS OF COUNTY AGENTSIt' i tools save the labor of one man. Hoe after spending a few days with 1 1 BLOOD Thursday, Feb. 12th, after sufferingfor sympathy of the community is extend.ed a' t

4 work may be eliminated by proper use friends in Jacksonville THE several days from a complication to the parents in their bereave
't St. Lurie County':Much damage' of a weeder. The man who carefully G. W. Sncllgrove, of Starke was of diseases. The little body was laid ment.
; ., done to truck crops by the heavy rains plans his cropping system will have in our burg Sunday afternoon. I IlIlmAIiSClef; ( VITALITY AND I
I coming E. II. Smith, of Gainesville, wasa HELPLESS WHEN -
Growers, however, are not discouraged his work distributed and not I i UA'ESOU
but are planning either to plant in rushes, and slack times. In many guest at the home of Mrs. J. C, Car I I I EXPOSED 10 OTHER GERMS

the crops over again or to put in other sections better use can be made of Jive ter last week. t ..r

i. t c I'ops. stock for harvesting crops, have a rotation Mrs. David Luke and son, Nathan, THESE ARE DANGEROUS DAYS
: Palm Beach County. Recent heavy of crops for t.hc-m-thc-y have were attending to business in Starkeone ,

'yI' t rains have done much damage to tomatoes more time to harvest a crop than the day of last week. ,
: arid cabbage> in low ground, farmer has to gather and carry it to Lloyd Moore, of the Rising section, IF UU ARE IX DOUBT ABOUT

but over a comparatively small area. them. It is also well to bear in mind was a visitor here Sunday. OUR: BLOOD TAKE PEPTO- l

ly Cabbage beginning to move in car lots that the better types of live stock 1 C. M. Underhill, of Starke, attend. MANGAN, FAMOUS ItED-

J quite freely and extra fine quality. make the best use of feeds. I ed Sunday school Sunday afternoon. BUILDER
received is the situation, Dis- Carl Green and sister Miss Mertie, BLOOD
J Price good. Tomatoes are I IQ; summing up
' j ,'"" growing fine. Late crops set Great .trict Agent II. G. Clayton says that of the Rising section, were visitors of recovering Nlyd'
)> r interest manifested in the coming fair I better farming tool, better planning Mrs. J. C. Carter Sunday. If you are just from week a THE UNIVERSAL CAR
( with the "Flu, it will be _
I ",'. to be held March 3-0. i of the cropping system, and better 1 fight
j'h, f, : Duval County-Fortunately but few ;! axe of live stock of good types will go ItU before you're really out of danger.
I Your blood has exhausted its than 3,000,000 Ford cars in
+l t farmers had applied their fertilizers a long way toward solving this farm There are more
y 'i a\1! "I 1 or planted potatoes prior to the recent labor problem. Raiford, Feb 20.-Mr. and Mrs. E. strength-it ia in no condition to tight daily service throughout the world and! fully

1 : 1 '1 heavy rains. Everything ii in readiness I' C. Wells were visitors to Jacksonville off other disease germs doctors it may advise be exposed eighty percent of these are Ford Touring Cars.

H 8 1 for this work as soon as the II.OIMI BREEDERS ALIVE TO Wednesday. to. That is why There are many reasons for this, not the least of
ground dries out sufficiently, 1! ADVANTAGES) OP PUKE j W. R. Weaver has returned has returned staying away from crowdr as long al of the
in the
which is the simplicity design car,
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I BRED STOCK home after spending a few possible.
: Lee County-The Lee oounty Agricultural *
: and Live Stork Association, I days in South Carolina. r You can help your blood get back so easy to understand; likewise it is easy to

j. r / t organized about three months ago, I.r is During the last two years a large A. J, Johnson and J. IT. Kttch were its strength-its stability to fight oft operate and mighty inexpensive compared to

r gaining in numbers. At the last meeting number of pure bred animals have I visitors to Staike during.. the week du.eaBe-by taking that splendid tonic other motor cars. On the farm, in the city for "

I a committee was appointed, to select been, brought into the state and offered Wilma Andrews, who has been attending Pepto-Mangan. business and for family pleasure, it is the car of i

.. a place mo the first community .1 at public sale. In every case these school in Lake Butler spent : The famous blood builder will supply the people and the demand is increasing every

\ 1 syrup mill. The sugarcane interest! 1 in animals sold well and were widely distributed -, the week-end here with her parents, I' the iron and other properties your Let have order promptly if
growing fast. At Alva over 200 acres over the etate, so that at the Mr. and !Mrs. Prew Allison. I| blood lacks and help you regain your day. us your you

i;. have been planted already this year. I!i, present time there i sscarcely a community I| Mrs. Manly Luck, of Green Cove old time vigor and enthusiasm.Get want one. i'y

( Tho county agent had one of the merchants remaining but has one or more Springs: spent the week-end here with Pepto-Mangan tooay. It may

''I to weigh a gallon of Alaga syrup i f head of I 'ire bred animals in it. This friends and relatives. be had at any drug rtore in either liquid A. W. & G. A.
k and a gallon of Lee county . Is enormous change from the con I
syrup.y I an W. I. Roberts spent. the week-end or tablet form. Make your own
y, i f The latter weighed three pounds more ditions w' found ten years ago, when i with his family. choice as to liquid or tablet. Theyare AN DERSON ,
than the former I I bred, hogs were curiosities in I' ,
I I pure Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Roberts, of exactly the same in medicinal val 4
"' I ,I'j Holmes County-Through the coun. !, many localities and pure bred cattle Worthington, were visiting friends ue. Take which ever you prefer. 51 ARKE, FLORIDA
ty agent farmers have orders practically unknown in some of
placed were ''and relatives here Sunday afternoon.Mr. Rut be sure you get the genuine
for 500 tons of fertilizer be bought.cooperatively the counties
to Raiford convict inspector, spent I'epto-Mangan. Ask for Glide's and
,, on cash basie. The It took small amount of ,
k a no courage the week-end with his family. be sure that the name is on the pack rn
,
majority of the farmers favor using u for the pioneer in the pure bred live age.-Adv.
Joe Kelly and Howling Kelly spent
I 9-2-3 fertilizer mixture for general/ Hock business to introduce and offer 1 1I .
the week-end here with their brother,
\ 1\ crops, with nitrate of soda for a top for public sale fine cattle and swine. (j John Kelly. : NEW RIVER
W i sin-using. These men, however, have been: rewarded -
J' ;, 1 Marion Winter most in the satisfaction I Little Aileen Kelly is attending the ,:
County largely
: : truck crops school at Johnstown. I II II New River, Feb. 20.-:Mr. and Mrs.
1\\ such as cabbage and lettuce of knowing that it good workwell
was
moving/
'I, I I Quite a crowd of the young folks Royal George, of Starke, visited MrsGeorge's ,
1 ; out now and spring crops of tomatoes,, done --. I ht
'" II'h attended the show at the State Farm sister, Mrs. C. A. Johns last h
; cantaloupes, watermelon and cucumbers We have now within the state. animals :
night. week.
are being planted. Usuul of practically all breeds of cattle Saturday / >
acreageof I I The revival meeting started Monday !' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hodge were
S each going/ in. and hogs I of as fine breeding us can
night at the Baptist church. There visitors to Lake Uutler Monday.
Ii Polk County-Lettuce and cabbage be found anywhere in the world. As a j
I will be services held each morning at E. A. Swearingon made a business
\ \ shipments increasing. daily, the latter matter of fact the South stood out
, r eleven o'clock, at 8 o'clock in the even. trip to Jacksonville\ Wednesday.
being/ offered at $1.50 plus the very distinctly as a leading live stock t
ing. Everyone cordially invited. Sam Crews attended the funeral of
I prates. Citrus prices very good.: Very section at the last. Chicago International .
The Masonic members went over to Jim Dyrd at Lake Butler at the Deli
I it h little I Ions from decay I in transit, except Show The grand championship
Lake Butler afternoon to aid Sunday:;
Sunday e cemetery
4 4G where then- have been for bulls went to a South Georgia firm
reports in the funeral exercises of Mr. J. C. Rc'vtcGuire! filled Rev. Mullady's
'f of decay in transit when the and the grand/ championship for hogsto
cars were
\ ,J not Iced at this end. General conditions a Florida breeder.It Ityrd. Mr. Byrd was an old citizen of appointment at Long Bridge Sunday.Mr. The Swift Year Book Out A

: 1 t\ (. throughout the country are very has been realized) that with theintroduction Raiford and his membership in the and Mrs. John Lewis, of Ziff,
Manons and Woodmen was once here. visited friend and relatives here Sat. !
good with Increased demand for land of pure bred animals an
''
t Quite a crowd of our citizens went' urday and Sunday.
y4 t' and
planted groves. increased necessity for the introduction -
I Bradford from here.' Charlie Smith, of Clayno, wag here Send for Your CopySwift
P County-The strawberrycrop of new and better forage crops I
J is still expected to surpass yields resulted. The extension division and

f>f previous years, through: the recent the Experiment: Station have combined
J' "; rains have damaged the crop to some to use all their energies in this direction

,, z rxtent. The peanut club for boys and) and In the last five years a
l' girls/ has recently taken a boom and number. of new extremely promising f FARM THRIFTFor
:
,, i A .\ eight new members were enrolled during grasses have been put into the hands ]
s I / the pant week. of a large number of live stock men. ( Th Telegraph) f

Napier grass and Marker grass: have
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IIIO CAHHA' E< I, been added to our list as soiling crops. 1 9. errr a 1'Y

I Blue Couch grass. Piper's Carpet Clerical work without any delay. And whatever
$, L. V. Moore brought to our office grass: and a number of others have else the letters may lack in clearnessthe
1'1'c
f", Monday morning a cabbage that on t been added to the pasture grasses. The farmer is a business man justas names and addresses of the writers Y .44

the Telegraph's/ scales weighed a lit. According to the bureau of crop es. much as is the merchant and the are known, so that they may be ix

tie over thirteen and a quarter pound, timates the total values of all livestock banker. The term. "farmer" Is only a conferred with and asked to explainmore

Mr. Moore owns a good farm just east In Florida during January 1920, distinctive one, to express his calling clearly. And if the party addressed .
'a +i: !ti'; of town, has It well drained ,ubsoilo l was over $74,000,000, cattle, aside just as the term "banker" is to distinguish cannot be found the addresson

and fertilized and always grows/ good/ from mulch cows, leading with more his business from that of the the envelope will cause the letter to .

crops. The head mentioned in, we believed than $25,000,000) worth; swine coming merchant's or the manufacturer's.The be returned to the sender. If the let- c .

;' ? \ the heaviest, ever brought to next with over $20,000,000 worth; first a merchant does when he ter is not returned, the sender will 'fie 0 \

this once milch cows coming next with over starts in business is to get a set of : know that the party it was addressedto o
r -. 111,000,000 worth, and mules and blank-books, in which to note income has received it. A "letterhead"may Ste \
USE' !MOKE; LAIIOIt SAVING MA. horses coming in with over $1R,000- and expenditures, obligations and cre- be worded something like this:
l' CIIINKKY: IN MAKING 000 worth. have shown
CHOPS Sheep a dits, so that he may know at anytime'
marked though!: small Increase and are how his business stands Even if he A. FARMER BROWN
A large acreage of land has been) estimated to be worth over one-half expects to both buy and sell strictly : GROWER AND SHIPPER

plowed thin! fall. Some of thin was million dollars. These figures are all ;, cash, he cannot get along without his
i 'y. Down to oats and rye and part of it very large when it is considered that books. Itrwiker. Fla..__?____192. Vr

has simply been prepared for spring the population of Florida Is estimatedat The farmer's' business is to manufacture or,

crops. The expectation Is to grow something over a million. There is corn oats, potatoes syrup, .JESSAMINE FARMER: FARMA. F cI
crops on all this land and to spring every reason for feeling optimistic as pork, beef, etc. The farm is his shop, BROWN Prop. I kI 4
plow additional acres. At thin time to the future of the live stock work | the soil his raw material, his fertilizer Lawtrv. Fla----------.192.. I

,' I the question uppermost with the larger In the uttttc. P. II. Rolfs, Director, implements' and draft animals the
i i farmers is, will we have labor sufficient Experiment Station machinery he works with. If he keeps and the envelopes like this:
i \ to cultivate and harvest the .
on account of what he spends' in his
After
'j ('ropl' Lumbering, turpentining and HAST! STAKKi business and in his family and what' S IIT tUturn t.
((; i \ J all kinds.. of public work is culling for he takes in, what he gains and what. A. FARMER BROWN

+t', I(' 4 labor, and the farmer has good\ reason lust: Stnrke, Feb. :20.-Miss Nellie he loses, and takes stock of his belongings IIHOOKER. FLA.

\ to consider the situation. Pilrox( !lt'nv,' < tonight for Gainesville j every year, he can tell
In this connection the desire) 'Is that where she will visit her aunt, Mrs. I whether his progress is forward or Printed letterheads and envelopes
.
. :' \ ho consider some ways of cutting: out Funn Whit" I backward and IIP will he sole to nee lire nut luxuries, but necessities, and Ito al
, i I \. the man labor required far us pos!, !Mrs 1'annie Underhill of Jackson where he failed and can avoid similar should be used by all The Telegraph'
p slble. Ordinary farm day labor is ville. 1 I.t the guest of her daughter I mistakes in the future. Also, always printery can get out good/ stationery l

. 'I'; I \ costing $2 a tuy and upwards, horse bliss Florence tlnd'rhill. knowing. where he stands, will net asa <' ,I" at a low cost and will be glad to get
J' feed, 76 cents< nnd up. Two horse farm Newton Strlcklunil, is homo again spur to better endeavor your orders. After being supplied
, \ I with stationery buy bottle of
!.\ a black
-- -
A little sluld will draw
a figure on
} of and ask ink, a couple of penholders and a dor-: & Company favorite
u piece paper, you what it was a
( en pen points and keep it all
where
\ ..... is. You are puzzled, but by adding a but topic of conversation last
none yourself can get it. Don't year.
,
"' ;f stroke here and there, you tell the
write letters
\ | child it must be with a pencil It is not
dog
a ar a tadpole or
considered polite and unless the pencil Committees investigated it
? a hatchet. The letters written by commissions
t is a good one the writing Is not
many farmers are as puzzling as the attacked it lawmakers
I'I... I plain. threat-
children's
I. 1)ldur.-hl1t they: cannotbe .
explained I The lamps used ened it, many condemned it.
j i .a ,., e simply by adding few most generally by
tf : ? ? strokes. Such letters are not infrequently farmers have no shades and do not

t I t '-w$:ft"V written also by doctors, give/ enough light to allow reading or Presently people began to think aboutit
(, preachers and teachers, so that farmers writing. Send along with Farmer
11' I are not the only sinners in this respect -! Brown and have him buy you a good ; began to realize that Swift & Com-

; but we are talking only to the lamp at Jones Hardware Store In pany was perform itg a
r i ; farmers I Starke. (That I is if necessary serv-
t ; now Farmers often receive Mr. Brown has
I catalogues from still enough of funds left ice in a big, efficient
houses
I handling different -i to go there-- way; began to
!; #' AS DANGEROUS wares, and they write to such he has been buying rather heavy of wonder whether it could be done as
houses either late). Keep the bowl
to order goods or to I well filled, the
f ., : 4 make inquiries. A letter badly I wick trimmed and the shade clean and well in any other way.
Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Calomel scrawled with a dim pencil on poor I you can both read and write after

,, j acts like dynamite on a sluggish liver. When paper is not read by the busy clerks I dark. Read what Swift & Company did last year,

tc calomel comes into contact with sour bile it when received, but put away till they Farmers go to bed too early. They and what it meant to you. In the

; crashes into it causing cramping and nausea. have time to decipher it. Sometimes spend too many years of their livea Company Year Swift ft:
'r r <) : it is lost. The reader may find out asleep. Their work la not so hard but Book, just issued.

what the writer means, but be unableto that they can devote a couple of hours
Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead I IIf Iq I decipher his name and address. Not every night to reading. Let the family It's a fascinating narrative-etapfc facts fa

,1t infrequently both name and address read novels and the papers and simple words There is ODe ready for

,q ; you feel bilioua, headachy constipated and without. making you lick, you | are left out, and the letter is thrown "the old man" read farm papers. Much Send for it. you.

soil all knocked out, just go juit go beck and get your money. J into the waste basket of what he finds in the farm papers is
t .. If take calomel Men in every calling but the farmers I worthless but
articles
today you'llba
to your druggist and got a bottle of you many are good, Address Swift *
(with a few exceptions) do not and though Company.Union Stock Yefde,
lick and nauseated they Chic-go
tomorrows betide may not exactly suit
i$, Dodson's liver Tone for a few cents, think of writing letters .
,I *, it may aallTste you whBt Itf except on pa. his particular conditions, they will
which U a harmless vegetable subatltato you take Podion'a Liver Ton your per" on which their names, postofflce give him ideas, which he can adapt to Swift &

f; for dangerous calomel. Take will rak feeling great addresses and businesses are printed, his own needs. The farm page of the Company.U.S.

i a .,-.1(11 and t If it doeant start ambition sadup ready for work fullplay.. and bearing the letters are put in envelopes Bradford County Telegraph contains

q your liver and atralghten you up It.. aarmleaa pI...... -ad lafe .* dresses. the Such writers' name. and ad. matter carefully selected for Bradford

bet.... aDd quicker t.h&IllUUlt1 oalomcl fit. to children! they Ilk It.* a standing and letters give the writer county farmers, and it will profit you
are read and
answered to read It. H. E. L



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FEBRUARY 20. 1920.
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
PAGE SEVEN'IGLEYS

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_. NOTICE OF ArrilCATlOV FOR T4.1I: IEEI J
Worth WeightIn I'Mll-H HI-TTION tT> OF TUB y: jo

THE NARROW SKIRT notice CEM-KAI.In irlvrn' BTATUTESJ that P. B. Runt, :LIlerrby .

WINS I purrhaurr of part of tax vale! eertlflcatoa" num. .4:
1- Gold HeAsserts r ,lN>n>d pprtlvcly lot unit 1.0. issued h,. th. .?
lal OilLflor of Bradford fount. Florida.' "
By RUTH FINN. salt rrrtinratn" 1..ln. By ACNES Q. BROGAN.Hefore AUK. A. n. Klft and haa Slid\ salt! wrtinoatm'
: In my .ift r. and haa mad ai . deed' to lumjfi In acrordanr with law
,.., ,
.
I Vt+.v++ ..........wywrcv nrinHC+ +t ivti 1t4 Ch.... N w.papr a) Dillc...) In* auld ..nlln...... rveiwrtlvvly embraettha .. '
lCv9D'iY't' 11 ..t. n, I\o..p. uwul fotlowlnir lamb ,In Bradford county Flor.
It@Enid 1 w'mlirop, and her mother had. HOWAICI KAINS: rolIKTKKN I.IIS Ida aMwaned at the. rial. of the fMuanon puehrirtlfleatea
Snllle, four week old
woe In the namea rntprrtlvrly. herrlnrtrr .
'her re"ioblance" to her fatlier was en ki"|ipltiK all turning' mid were TAKING: TANI.ACNII KA\S:; I particularly' art forth to-wlt : d

: both pretty well tired out when tlieysoulcil CAM: .ASIIH I: I VrtiAcat No. lOR emhranea the Norilira I
noilceuhle. Ncrxoim Mrs .\rfeuI
very
it > ,
Emitter Half
of Northwmt Quarter 1
themselves In the T.pcllI.ttl
j 1IIII'hIIIII ale' gored at her loll h)"'.. 111111I11.dl'I'rllllt'E'.1 very nttrne. -- I S. 4. K. '112 K.. K40 acrra, a .K>iw":;4 l
,'II In. Rod the already dltlt- live mm.,III'"lit at havn'ing mir'a for tliedouble "I've gained fourteen pound in MXveok V P. ('..,th..n. ,
of their luixu und C. ninrat No. inn rmtiracn tho Weal Hair
takin Tunlnc
purptiee \
| r I am a w..11mnn J
cerulble Muck arched eyebrow I.llllsArden of Northwnt the
yunrtrr. c. Tp. S, S. K.
'hud, been an ndnrlng, pitifully I and talking ox or the results of their ," raid Henry S, Howard n well- :'2 K: HO aer.>., awteiiaed tI.. nn..n.
bIO"IIIIIItrl". known farmer and Mock miner of Hnl.. aid wrllHratet shall he redi-rmed 1;
pUimlna wife, from t the time she entered aixoixlliiit, '
to law la* dcvd will huui> thereon
her austere biiNliiind'H home. I "I In hope you'll tike\; the dress, Enid I King Hill, Idaho. on Ii5O1 day of Frltrnary. A. n. 1920. '
now we're bought It mild. Mrs. Win "I \\', ...a official aliinatnre ,
HlK will ,hud ln-i-n her law. and Amos liiid suffered. from rheumatism my and peal thla "*V

Arden'8 will was e\ldeneed In the tliroi| emii-rly." ".1.11111'| slnre It cost and I nd'itrt-'ot ion twelve years," lie continued lath day of January A, n.W. 1H20.T. WET.KClrrk ", j'j't"

"<> Illut Ii ""u.l'ouM\ hardly eat tiling rireull
most trhliil I i ilia tt"I'll. n : Court.
"Oh. I know I l'I'Ot.1: Ty C. A. KNICnT.
shnll. mother dear because "vl'r.thin'Nlt against
The bnby girl iiuiKt be, <'olle l Sarah, ale 1-2H./It..Zn/ !! !) Deputy Clerk.
After ( he decreed after n succession. of Ha- Paid the girl Quickly "Unn't worry ; I and I bad nn appetite. Every joint in - -
jearty
a'1 a robs In bin fiimlly.! The Sarnli Arilens only l lieMtnted so lung IMTIIIIKO' tile. me waa swollen with rheunwtlum nut VOTICR OP APPI trATtON FOR TAT DEFT

meal you'tit' had one and all been. honored, W"I1If'II.1'1'11I(11) ,,10.11'w"\ sii narrow. We'll alter It ournrlvcR hurt no I could! hardly hour to 1 luitourhetl l'SI'FR BFCTIOV. 8TATI'TP KTI1 OF TUPCKNUMI :

1 So etijoy your lunch\ dear, tOI'II I such had fix I Kotlce .
reigning In Miecehnl'ul. hounehoKlx. wiiin a |I. heretiy riven that W T. Itu. -. J
avoid .. know Mm rt .starved mill nH for me, I couldn't work and hud to use a walk luiidinK" "f tai errtlnrate No 11" .iub', i 'ten! Ir
that
I'm no hiippt.. ail excited to think I'm it* day of Julj 1n.. innz. I i-r nird" mM '
I It wa I.lllls Arden who first 0nlledher ( ing stick to get nloni The first bottle ennlflrn1. ,. m mv office, and ha. mme at,."'" i- .
I stuffy feeling Imliy "Sallle." hugging! the. tinyfuse to I'liiv. ,MI Norn's. tonight mid In n new i I of Tim Idal,' mall'! n ,itxnit change in Non Jo, tnd<>, (I to faun In accordance. with
lair. "',1" '
eirtinrate
to her breast. And Siitlle. truechild frown I., -lit t! s-thnt 1 could eat ctcry- I my foelinKr, my ilu'tuimtum' soon left ..*ceWd. tironertv. ultnatcd emhrarea In Bradford the fiiltowlniri eoiintr.

i/v if you chew of her fattier adopted the untieas I thins{ on the menu" i iKvenliu and 1 threw my stick- aside, for Florida, to-wlt I
I rnnio and mid donned tier 'I inumv I \vnlk well 1.1 I-S A ."oi. ft IB yd.! F': nf NW Cur "oiitheh.t
,-tie grew and stiihhoruly l'E'l'uM..dth. can AN n* anybody. Oilnrl.T of Pnnti.pOuarler ft.. 74 thenoo
a stick of !Snrnli of tier U 111".1 01'11. I o"I 11, I K pretty narrow" sir mlI "A 11I1 I'ntl-wh! I Just can't Ret S I II" frill, thence F ISO rd. to run of "'.n..h.

The.. mother subsided fearfully 1111 I niltted us, -h... moved shout n hit. "But enough timid! I feel I like I could do IIH IHrnce Ihenee no nm of branch to lino of paid. tot
W
to point of heu'tinlmImnnd' .,
it Joy
time went on, when the will of these I I slinn't lime much walking! to do tonight much wolk flu I evei could 'Tiuiln II. Saran on W .It O.V.. Uulnitnton on "I *

two AlxleiiH. clukbed., Then nlo\\ly, und 1 and' I simply must \venr It." Sounder i is worth Its Wright in >coM, and. it 1msiiinvliiieil levy" .Inh... on R.. R.... 24, Tp 7, 8. R. it

WGLEYSjJ onderlngly I she| came to realize that I mho' enpiihle escort of her flftoenjeiirl me hut llieivV "I leic-t one I Fast The M acid A. land lu-lnn' a........ot at the dale. of

It was Snllle.; the mniill and lm|"'ratlve ,,
who Inxnrlably came off victor.Not started for her dostllimit. tnn. Tor her will and I want to do my purl) in letting of.tt T he M nd\villlamii.vioed accordlntf. Itninp, to alt law rertlflrateiih tar dee lwtll j

that Sallle; wan dlstigreonble, oraggrcNxlte. this was n most wonderful oroimUiti, ever.tbody know about it." h-ue thereon ..n the yard day of Fi'hrnarr
for she wns to play n plmio solo lit. the A r' 1020Wnowp!
This the iiiunzltig Tunlnc sold by nruinMrt everywhere -
was I is ,
my olTlrl.l alcnatiire.
Other benefits : to teeth pnrt fif, her triumphs. !She emerged I home of Nnru Knje, a Helmut\" friend. Adv. "Irt day of January, A. M 10?1I.and peal tlila

each' time radiant friend with the "Let's Hike the sliurt cut arounil bjr -.. .- - .- A -- W. T. WKTHS.: otf'
breath Clerk (,mnll Court Rrariforil Poiinn plav
appetite.
nerves.That's the willows, KiiRresled, Knld. "It'll be
world and with her secretly admiring Only One due*. II,. C. KNICIIT; .
'' father lovely In the moonlight. A N..w1'1.. Judge Hiiya that wheswife ,........ f nk. :
!SF.A!: t.\
a good deal to l-n.G..t.VO.
The crisis' came when Rulli..'.. teens "Hetter nut cautioned JlntKyj a take. moiie) from her' nue- j

get for 5 cents! were behind her and she rnme one evening "you'll have to walk the narrow plankover fcand'a PCM Ket he l In entitled In u DOper BTATFMFNT OF Tit* OwNPRPRIF MA....

to announce to her parents thenews the ,crock and you're all dressed) cent' drawback. Of course he 1% ACFMFNT.'' nrxil'IRFO BT ACT OP '

of tier engagement."That up." but wbut docs that prove' Tunes beget O* nraif'fl COVCHFUR County AIIGI'ST H. 111. .lJ

.Tack Topping' her fathercontemptuouKly Jims; run on a little ahead l and Rntd Its due nl n tlinn, geiiilemeof' .t Stark.. F''... for Trlevranh October I.ntinltnhedweekly 111111. ")

declared. "1)n heard him ,uhout one n time., -WiiHlilngton Herald.LIFfCDRNS'OR Slut of Florida, County. if Bradford .. I ;

? Sealed Tight Kept Right think for a moment that I would eon-you "Well. I .say Enid we're )In for It ; 1.1. I .let Refore. and me county. a notary.'.._public..101. In pemonaltv and for anneared th.. f 'II

Home tins walked, off' with the F.. II
sent to jour marriage with htm? Itldtculoust one ., Mallhewa. who hart," been duly ><;.
plank I IVe'll have to wnlk all the on' j law, dcpoaea and pan that
No money, no family no Hie, owner of the II red ford County Tele. mr
prospects to speak of. Dismiss the way back iind go around the other ',' h and that the following-, to the beat
JWRIGLEY! ways CALLUSES OFFDoesn't of his know''..... and liellef. a true ...,..m..nt
Idiotic Idea at once; bud. Incidentally, "' of the .........1011.. manavcment etc of th.
DOUBLEMINTICHtWlKG "Cl dismiss the Idiot I won't have him I'he other. way !" cried Enid:: ; why.. afnrenald Mibllratlon for the dole annwn I.

,i Y,, In the house again. there Isn't time Jlinsy. tha .,..... caption, required. by th. act of Au. ,
,,.
CUM ) .t 14. 1912. to-wlt
i
Sullle raised her arched Arden eyebrow lurid was about to give up In despair hurt I Lift any corn or That', the names and addeeaiiea of the nullnher. "

e. when the Bound of u voice cam callus off with fingers "' editor, manavln .liter and tinnlneaanunairera

"1 nin-going-to-marry-Jack Topping from across' the hollow where Jlnmywa I'ubllnher.aeal F.. ft "' .1110._. Rtark !'I..

," she repeated" 1 emphatically.Her still hunting. Rdltnr, R.' 8. M......_. Rtnrbe Fla'

father understood the significance ""Hello yo mg.ter ; looking for moonahtneY" F''.Itunlneaa. m.n......, R. B. Matthewa, Blarka.

of her measured word Yams a cherry) masculine call. /, r/ f' That the nwnrra arrl, K. ... Malthewa. Rlark

"If you persist In the Insane notion" "No, t want a plank answered theeverpractical Fla That the
known bondfioldera." mortaaireea and
he angrily retorted "If you disobey, my Jlmsy Intent upon business other aenurlty holdera ownlnv nr holdlnr 1

wishes you shall have no further' help and Enid caught snatches of her Her cent ir more of total amount of lionda.
brother'H .convenntlon alternately\ mortirairea or other aecurltlea ....., None. .
-Thc Flavor Lasts from me. r. H. MATTIIF.WS.
"Meaning.: asked Sallle sweetly, hlu..hlnlllllld groaning ai IIhl' heard the Rworn. to and miWrllnd Inform m. thla Clod r
dny of January.
the IIIO.
words"play
p'8no"-"I.lanl& was
"thnt 1 shall be cast upon my own resources I tR.il
Ik- rr.n c. WIIITB. A
V'"Exeetlyl missing"--"narrow .klrt.-.ollid not My cnmmlanlon. axplren' Jan 14. 1021. ''f

'lisp&r I And taking Inventory of jump"-"ton lute to go/ Jnck" etc -- 9

1 your resourcea, you "'11th..1\ them I "Well' I do hope *t leant that If. an NOTICE j
Nolle la hrrehy given that alter ...,.. from ''
"ni be for this number" useless. Yon are not prepared to old num." thought Rnld devoutly ; but dale, to-wlt. on tha inth day of ...h.....,.. A. 'j I
your partner trash" I aim, a tall, fine-looking and decidedly II.. Into t will rment to the County Juda. r.
young Individual met. her. game UK Jim "if llradfnrd County, Florida. ,' my final a..-
Rnllle In her tirade to
paused
Chesterfield rminta and vouchera of th. ....,. of J. M.
whisper reassuringly In her mother' ey emerged from HIP field with bincompnnlun. Futch. decraiied., and anply' for the approval
(if earn and for my final dl..h..... auc.ll w
OMPANIONSHIP in a cigarette ear. Then she flashed a glance' of defiant administrator.Haled' aa

Yes sir It's in mockery Into the dark eyes like "I am afraid' there U but one nay (he, IBth day of 1I..m...... A. D.
her own. out of the dlftlcullv," announced theyonIg into

Chesterfields, sure as you live. sale, i mnn lifter they Olscimsed 8 J. FttTCII.
"I will be doing something. ha.11
Admlnlatrator of lh. Fjitat" of J. M Futch.
,
Chesterfields begin where other answered smilingly "to bring Amos I the pros and runs of the ulttlntien ; "..0 di-ceaned 12.ln-nlr-lI.l a

cigarettes leave off. They not only Arden to time' and to reason flood If you will penult me-" Don't suffer I A tiny bottln ofKrci'Mitio ---

night dad"She "Sure" BO ahead assented Jlmsy. Mints but a few cents at any

please-they "Satisfy] Is really gone," the little mother I with brotherly authority, and with a drug More Apply, a, few drops on the (IMMI8moNTIIH'' HAIRIfcrchv ,
ruUiiitcs, ttntlee la wlvcn that under and hrvirtue
ruriiH, and 'hitrd kin" on hot
n 1 told him, next day "It scenm that gimp Enid found herself. !gathered I up tot.of then r.f that certain deer. ., of fiartttlim made .
I feet !lift them off.
Snllle found work at omitlimit oil! gently but firmly In two strung' Innll.I not. entered. In the Circuit' Court. In and. fur
txda] l'ri cznnit removes corns from' thotucft
llradriird' Cminlv. Pliirlila. In Chancery. nn '
Amos what can It he? The child Is "Put your head l down on my shoiilder or cai,.jrt.*.. from the tiottom
In totally unprepared' 1 for a IniHlneMH. . life I mid shut your c.eyes," ramp the the" skin hcncotli In left pink and healthy of Alice It Nurrcftev' and .her Ittmhand A. ftNurri'iirv. .
ciiiriinnnd, mid Knlil doIng and tender Fil'Mi' Will sot .her hush"red. f. (>.
InHilnetlvely never irritate.
and she left II note finIng Hint, she tort, or WIll. ,1, r" Willi....... Mil Willi".... and W...
took ably'' the remainder of her allowance l 11M sir. sins hid felt herself rise' -- -- -- - -- -- ,. II'" Willieminor., .. l,,. their, nenl friend ,
a pitiful ten dollars." I In the ulr IIH he( niiiii lenp(>d forward 1. F William.. comntnlnanta. and airalnNt J. y
I '
) WIHInuin di'frmlnnt., the lindcnta-ned, .
4 eiim.mlNnlonera
Time doiiilnntlng Arden grinned. land then felt the thud of til Is ln-els as"I'hirt' ,, will o0pr and. m.lt In front. of the

"She will come' back tomorrow. be he III"."..1. You l 1)0 More U'orU, I court hue door In Htarbe, Mnictr.ip.l. Countr.,
I "rtorldii. ilurlnir, tin li-tral. hoitra of ante
on
,,"1<1. I Thnt"II.I't huff bud, he I Ynu tine mum uintililuim nod you get stare Mundnv 'the tut diiv of Mnreh. A. n. III''O: to
Hut on the morrow Snllle did not re' exelnltned, UK he enrefiilly d li poKlled his enjoyment out of everything when yumblood the hlvhi..it not t>nfit bldd.r for ....h In hand
.',, . In ,, the followlnir' (I* 'Trd. rrnl exlute Hunted
turn. Neither had her, voice ( when burden 11t.\ your brother now, in good condition linpiiiiti" It In and
'Ix'lnir ..
In llrnilp"
County, .10101. to-wlt
e she culled him over the wire) the ring an .'''''''.\', with one' thing leap ntiot the liliMn. ) have n very di pnwaliiK, i Ti-1 'i '1,. Northwr-i ".,..,... of Hertlon f7. Town.:

of the. viiriqulnhed."Dnil , I. safely piiHt' I hem"a') I rnn lenve Y"uIIIlf..ly. thin nyHlcm fuUHintt wuaklicwF' la/ll I I? 1 hln II Hiiulli,. Ittinirn ID Kant, and tin, Niiulh.' .
{ liervoiixiiitiui, anA ni< knuHH. vent (Juartir of >ctlon B7. Tnwnnhlti '
r i II Mouth ,
) Snllle IInllllllll<'f.... "1 start Into lie rained I hiM hut, and In uuovii's\ TASIILISS: ciii.i 'II/MC ..., 'ill Knut Hlnn, the, North llnlf of the '
if tin Mcht of the Knld' I'nlllllt, nglimpHp II'n. t.at (Junrler and.
work tomorrow morning' Fin afraid moon Ntur ; and flmithi niit Ouarler of 1
r ,rt ? Norllnnnl. Ounrter, nnd, Iin Non M'nt of
of Ids tare ami thought how
I
that yen' won't approve my Job. shechuckled. and KnrlchiiiM; thin Illuod., Wli.ni jn' i i 'Ilie II..ull.,1 Ouarler, In HiTllon 25. Town- .
I "It Isn't easel ly In line fine-looking he WIIH. IuiiKhlnKl.v. disclaiming its 8tn'III1I.h'lI.'| Invlduralinri. tin. ct. -. tip<
wllb the other Sarahs' , father. Perhaps nil thanks, I be Him off und bow It bruiKH color to this d.o'klllll',1 1', e at the NorlhenMl r of flu Northi>ant ; "

A you'd like to come down to seeme 1/1"1: l raid' .Tlnisy prowled on their It hlllrov6.| the appetite you will la': n (ID lua-ler, Townnhln of the H fli'Mlh Nurlhwixt, Kanve Juni-ler 10 Rant: nf :Hncllon'Ilienoorun I )

, before you rend 1 of your diniirhtcr's;( way Ol'lor.illlelt.: true tonic value Went 140 yard to Hilnt of cimimi'nne I-.,
f. FIVE MILK Georgia Wednesday merit ; thence fliiuth tell yenta thence. Went \ "
OKUVU'S! TASTIiLIiSS! Chill 'IOMCIs ;
enterprise In the papers. Full lid to | The concert wait over and llnld'spleee : ; ran. .
Sam Thomas visited relatives near yard; thence North 140 ,.,... : thene ..
,I Fe"b.2The I I morrow. I'll he at nrei Main streetground n very difficult oompoNlllnri, hadhorn not a patent mediclno It U .'11', i Kant: i'10 ynrdM In pint of eiimmencenient.nontalnlnir .
Five :Mile valentine Brooker Thursday. IRON nnd QUININE iiHpciided In Svr'' HK| ...
floor-nine o'clock In the, morn received with. great cntlinwlann. "0. more or ,lima containing
party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I'. Thomas llemlricks has sold his I "Do know Knld Wlnlhroi look i So Pleasant, even' Lhlldiin. I He !h ''I 1 1bl.md ,In all 4HH afreH, man oe lena.
ing. you |' N. f>.
WAINWRIGHT
neednOtiliiine to Purify" It in TVO'to ;
1'. ]>rklo Saturday evening was well place to Ancil 1'an'it.h. Mr. and Mrs. Much, disgusted Amos Arden mnn ." posh Ilvely lieniillful tonight. whispered Enrich It. llieae rcliutilu tot.i'! I P'i; A. R. C'I" WII.I' ; )

attended. 1'finish have moved, in and Mr. and' affairs replaced the telephone receiver '' Norn K.yr to one of her Intimate ortie never, fail to drive out Impnni' t i A. 7. AIIKINS.K. A II.;" nN. Commle.k'n.m..

., After many amusing games and Mrs. Jlendricks will occupy the Harris 1 What was Sullle' up to now? Perhaps friends "I her color' its >he mine In tho IoI
:.: contests the guests: in pairs enjoyed house until they can build on their It would be an well to ",.... She, was n wan (II.MIII'ly'on,1..rtnl., and my The Slrnnitth-Creuting Power (if .fuV: '. "

.a relay race. One of the enjoyable own property. girl of nnexpected developments. (cousin Lloyd Kaye IH here and has TASII.LKVS Chill TONIC IIHK in.iU HI'Fr-IAf. MASTFH'S. SAI.K
valentine which after { the favorite tonic In Ihinisiuida ..11..1, Nol'ce' .In henliy irlven that under and. hyvirtue
event tree ?
.. was a J. N. Gainey, of Lake Butler, wasa At precisely ten nilnuti-H to nine.tb'refore asked. to meet her. lle'n awfully Im- of a Anal. decree. of foreclimure. tnadnunit ;
the manner of a Christmas tree, week-end guett of D. I. Blume. on the next liny, Amos pre....ed.;. and Nora's voice. trailed off' Mere HIHII ttiirly-llvn year< ",i" :" entered In .n certain cauae. iiendfnr' In th.
for each would ruin n l long, disiunee. to 51! t.l'iO I: Circuit Court of Mntd'ord, ,
appended a valentine guest. Mrs Thomas Hendricks visited herparents !!! into ImlMlnofnetm! a* the very young O.unly. flurlda' cirt
Arden from his before IIII
stepped car TASII.LLSS; Chili KMC/ : win, ntmmuilsR the rlianrery' nlde, of al'l court. made. and en.
Music both instl'umental.and, vocal Mr. and Mrs. I). Dyal Sat Main street Ooldeii letters( across II rnuti In <|'iicKtlon elbowed bin way "if their fuimly i.i.l ,, .," i < inoadtxl tiered, on the Oth day nf January. A. l>. Iflgft,

ailiied! to the enjoyment of the juests. urday and Sunday silken draped window proclaimed merely ttirniitrti: the, crowd to her' aide and 1 n biKlK-huiiiJintt, iireinili-i, .II wherein..III...Amer'can' Trent Company, a nor.hurulinn -
admlnhitratiir
Among: those present were Miss Misses Hello) and Mae Duke had as the name Mansiiru. ; carried her' off' to prexcnt him to the tonic. ""t f..rllllll' m c. )'U.I its'. ""'1 .. of O l P Marklllla, deceaneil of the la eatat.....m.1.

Marshall Proctor, VV. N. and A. H. guests: Sunday. the Misses Rodgers: A next maid escorted the perturbed' '' young phinlxt. day and you eon t,<.1 I u Iris un) nla, ..... and W. H f'arlier, llella I'arher.-
tickle of Lake Butler, Messrs. Allan "'' hreatliert 1 Enid air. lifted, tore (ikpir I.mi'iHI'KCIAI. I e hla warn John I' Coffin, el ala, are ilerenitant.,
'hy. n
of Sour Water.Wedding fattier to a room designated the, i iindi-nli' >nd a. aperlal' maul,., will snit rn-fore
, and David Green Ed Lewis, Misses belle! will soon ring: in Five I "(lroy !Snlon.' And, there be beheldSnllle her eye at the mention of his name ; -- -- -- the nourt holm* door of llradfonl County

Minnie and I'earl Green of Brooker "why ,,-er why-It'll on." MAHThlC'H RAt.E Niart. Florida" on Mnnd,,,,. the lat ilny of
)
Mile She seated, 'In trIll f'I".lr.
was a
Nollei In hi-rrhr aivnn hut unit. unit l>rIrttjff ,, Mnreh IllfO. between the leiral houra of aale.
und Chester Andreu of New River I Romeo and Nelson Dekle were buH- her luxuriant dusky hair fnllln tilxitit "Noiit- other.' agreed the young man nf a nnHl it..*rrM* of fnrrrlfNMirn mainnit to tine lilitheat. and hent bidder. foe rant the

Misses Ida and Josephine Blume, Dell jot.. e visitors here Saturday. her shoulders almost cohering the, dmlllngly. and then rneliow they 'lout rcnilcrril' Jmiunry inth, A. I> 11120.,, byr followlnir. denerlhed. real. ...stp, altualeil aid.
luili/i. ul the Clrnult: Court of {1 rl and Mae Duke, Thelma Fletcher Nor Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Thomas were dainty white satin frock he remem :, Nora HH they weniled. their way to the Klirhth: Judicial., Circuit 'In and for llrmlforilCntinty. Virile, and d...erllM'd. aa followa. and i-wlf S4of r I

ma Deklu and other.L. business visitor to pukes Saturday. bered."Rnllle. I Ii ttlecarol-rof the vernnda that looked In ('han..,,. shins. In that rirtalnAHiMr '<'h.. North Half of the flnuthweat Quarter
Sun. | the (field, tttlll bathed In I whi-reln Alfrotl. R HNK wan mplnln-' of Bee yn. Township' 1. South RanH 20 ':..'.
G. Johnson and family were Many gardens were planted Saturday he gltNpi-d. 1 ncriwN rmion- ant, unit. A. It JotmiMin and [ndi. >tHr.Ulliutr containing, SO acrea, inn nr I.....

day truest of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gain. our good ladies being interestedIn I The Arden' chin' tilted at him.. The lIfht.I r,intiHny. M aorixtrttlltm.. were ... *. M ..JOn"'I.I" '
I borne, .smlthe mitii' th,* uml*n.'..".rt. will I r..t'"*r for (tain ,.t..1 V lflvG, ,
ry. They were accompanied home by I cutting down the living expenses.GLARIlF.F. black eyes dented."At I "May escort you -- OK cinrl. htiiino limit si St.rkn. FlurldM' 11"11.."". for Comnlulnant., 111".1. Mpdcr. III
11 r' .nnl! Mrs Gainey.Mr. ten o'(1ock" said Rnllle! "I begin other, way ?" o erlnd Lloyd Kuye when twitrn Iii \..trl houn nt mil. on Mtn...lHV. i 1 I .flo.Dt-ll-IT ,,
hud talked ,,10"... Judd; fluntied.. / March tat Hill, to run hlxhriit unit. t>mt lil>l- j
and! bird D. I. Illume Misses i work. It's very si in pi". All I they a .h.r for rah the fnllnwlnir dimrrllirrl. lands. ,I I'IlKHUd I OHI>.'.U Foil runt ICATION
i I i i "How xllly must think im," sir , In Cl.e,,''t ( ...ut. Slate .
yon In MmiJfrirfl. Lundy KUirltlii, to1 1 if 101.1.,.. Klfhth 1
Marshall Proctor and Ida Slums were i' I have to do Is to stand or sit In I the .
I .Judicial, exclnlmed, "tiut I did want fo wear I t..I' : i County In Chaneery -
I' Elarbee Feb. 20.-Quite a bunch of exhibiting, to Inter- ',
guests of Mr. and Mrs P. P. fickle I I store window an TlKnit tlnlf. nf lli. Norlttfiut. Qimrtornil
and hank nice
Sunday. ] Klurbee folks were visitors to theState ested crowd I outside my heavy locks :, my new dross etipeelully Hnutbwot, Quarts nf fhv Nnrthowit. qu.,- ', A. A. FIITNMQN I II
I'I Saturday night. have r"'H'II..11'thlll tonight." Farm to
111'1J.. M. Rimes Oscar Rimes Mr. I which are supposed | "You Hiiceeedeil. iidmlriilily." he liiiiwit; Qu .. t..t.; of Nurthwwr: Quarter iinrl i v. ;I IfI
Ellery Groves of Manning, wan a state. of perfection through the' NiKtliwml (JiiHrlrr iff Nirthw Qtmrtrr ofHfftlnn I : '.Allofemlnnt.,rnHNxnN. _
and Mrs. Ralph Glover Misses Thel- visitor to Ilaiford Sunday I Vlthftil use of 'MHfisard's) MRtrhtessHair agreed! tneimlngly, anti although' therosy n. Township' a Mouth knv 2!( K..l ; I I |
ma Fletcher and Norma Dekle were '' I color hud, flooded the ,.Irl'... face, AR| .I )"",,'h.t quarts fif Nnrthfimt Qunr- 't iiooeartnu |iv .rrl"'I. anneniterf to the
Rosier was visitor to Tonic.: I a bottle wllli meI .. I Mil, fi,inn I / the ntwiue Hinted ,.
of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Drawdy : Mrr. Omagc a carry i r of Hetlon' I I. InwiiMhlp (t tauth, 'KUHKC 22 l I eons that olio
guests nhe went bravely on : ;
.lohmion. the ilxfendant therein named 1 la
pnnn.r.wldrnl
Starke Saturday visiting friend and I Ttie remuneration bestowed Is out of : '
Sunday. I "And) when, you Jmni.ed over that j Eaat.Al..., I.,'IPI Ono flu', Two (HI, 'I'h... 'ltl.I I II of the Hlnte' r-f Floridn sod I .h. i
Luke Drawdy of Alachua is visitinp relatives '''ftll proportion to my tnsk. An unto- :> crick with me I was *n frightened' It I I Four ( mi and Six (11. th. Wrut i la a rei'dent of ChnrinN.| .. Slate of North Carolina
I Wesley Rosier of Starke was a visitor graphed "h.tnnallvrrtl".n."t also bo- I heir, ul 'ih'It<,iilhw: it Quarter ;'t"h. North-:: I; nvrr'hi. sy. of twenty-on yaae : It ,laI
; his nephew I''. L. Drawdy this Included. I ,lust. Noeniixl IIH though the whole world Qimrtrr of HKtlon 2, Township. .l South | hi"ri-fore ordered. that paid non-resident defendant -
week. here Friday afternoon. Ins stepped" moving und 1 xlmplj stoat I 1..1... 22 Eat : IH* and la h..h. ri'iuilred. to annearIn
in Sunday "I'd rather .Tnck of course I I H,.' Ml! nf complaint sled -nl't eaun. on
marry
Rosier Lawtcy !
M. C. was .. .. ,
Howell Long! and Julian fickle areon Htlll'! !" I Ahn' l I. Thirteen Mm. Funrtit 1141.' Flf-l''or hefore ,.. the 1-1 ilar of Maeeh. A
attending the burial: of Mr. J. C. Byrd. then have. nil this publicity. nnd I'drnther **rn Mfti\ Rlntcwn 114) P">v.ntr.'n ((171. Hlirh-: fl '1120. M..d..
I the of uid I hilt
"Well, little girt, he Maid, ,101.1.
n*
tIyrOM" .11..t"n.
the sick list. I - - ---- have, hint kept on In Ids, poslI i..cn its', Twnntj-onf ((21) Twrnty-two (221( :I w II h*. talien an ,..n.1 ...,.. 'h'fnndutntI '
Owen nnd Kirke Dekle spent the P.ut If these things, are .denied. ) to go indoors, "according to the Twpnly.thrf ((23)) Twenty-four (341.' or the* i l> la further ordered that thin order, b* puliIfHhed -
tlon. 'Northwmt ....
Qimrtxr of the .II.h. Quarternt
I ..,. r
) 'liveMake's ooce .k eve
their long you played tonight' It'i a for eonniutlv week
weekend with grandparents I Knllle faced her father fWt tin I. T.iwiwhlp I a South! Itiinii. 32Fat In the I'mdffird.
I County Teleitraoh' ,
Rev and Mrs. S. S. Proctor of Lake When the bases Dlfter.I i the, World' do Hound.' : I've always : lieliiff a part of Cummlow'a RnhAlvl.lnnf t iMihlliitied ,In laid a .newatiaper
and
"-I| Into the window at It'll" | .. vnunty atat )
j gu fUctlon C. Township A South ICann t2'
Butler. I When trouble come hobbling along, i known It-may I try and eon'wince Thla January ZH. 1H2D.
| Amos Arden darkly scowled, thenhe I Fat I W. T. ;.
woman gives way to a flood of tearsbut I you? I WIK"
JOIINA.A
Mr. and Mrs. Trull who has been t E. M. dsFAL: Clerk
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visiting here for several a man proceeds' to tint the atmosubere grinnedTin And the light In Enld'i eyes did not V. I.ONO. Hpwlal Mania A. ft. fRFWS.dollRllor (lr,1 C"r
relatives\ blue. up your hair and come, home repulND him. Kulleltor for Comiilalnant., |..ao-Ot-ll-H7 for Complainant.' l-no-Bt- -I7BRADFORD
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20. 1920.
I, BRADFORD COUNTY fELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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I the undersigned. will offer for ads rent per. annum payable ..... -annuaily .
Florida.
for ,jiniver j the camera Others have BO insulted ious accident Sunday morning whenhe 100.0110.00 par value. of the 1(60.000 of I York or at the off.ce: of the Board ,ti..?

;, Ei Bradford County TelegraphPabliMhed'eckly There rr is >a iilitary bill before training the senate of Amt-r itelligenee and pare patriotism with was thrown from a vicious mule. lH Dletrletlumber Bil> to Iw tamed br One BlweUI of Bradford Rod and County.Bride. I I may T.",, min Btarke. Florida, a. the L holy, ':

: Even though this theatrical rubbish, tacked-on me'lo- It was at first thought he was fatally Florida, KutboriMd. br Chapter, 1VUO. u amended All bloW shall be In writing. sealed
l : = ;:..=_ cc - = an young men. irama, clumsy studio fakes and other injured but he ir now much Improved. by Chapter 1 Vl. Lain of Florid, end In eondltlnnal. and may be for all the bond.uffered and,>,
and entered .. rcMd .111! is au..pert'd to be the creation of are incline Drg. Russell and Tribble were summoned accordance with the revolution of the Boardof I I or any part thereof not 10... tl,7 iT*
]levices
that
many persons adopted and shall be
and ammunitiornanufactuiing Ibind TriwU-M of the said district 00(1.00.( accompanied by .
i a ; rlaaa "m.ller'at the poat-offii-c al he mighty arms interests it has a slim, jd to believe the producers guilty of I and attended his injuries. January 6th. 1928. lied check for for.e cent of the par ulwa gaff.
to be dated .I..IJJ.I, the bond bid
SUrke. Florida. hance to become a law at least at ,itrlesquing the recent war were such T. S. Willis was in Worthington J91H.The and paid will bonds be Iwuid an In twentr-uiht (26)( ) 'j I Sold U.nd. to be llvered to the nurtk.,.
of the enormou a thing thinkable. Mr. Griffith has I Wednesday afternoon series, the. first aerie to mature July J.l.1H as noon .. they can .be printed. ?.
=- his time, on account of Nation" and and each nucceedinir arrive to mature !',: The riitht to rt oct any or all hue
E. 8. MATTHEWS, Txlilor and Ownrr ''XI''n"elUt'h training, would incur proved by his "Birth a I II Mrs.\ C. H. Newsom and children 2.yrarleler than the aerire which precedes :' rencrved.. h.?',,
; : nd which the couuntry l U not able t< other master works that he is a man | and sister, Ruth, were guests: of Mrs. one It: that la to say. fierlea A will mature July 1 I BOARD OK BOND TR ;yam
I,I who does big things in a big way; one lat. IVlt. Sent. B will mature July 1. 1D2I. FOR SPECIAL ROAD Ak
in such a Andreu, Sr., Monday.
: reads houlder. We sec no use E. B. The bond to be offered for aaleae / BKIDGE IIISIKICT No '
"Palm Beach Bievitieu" i I who nothing however seemingly bg r.
at
but reason I stops is visiting relatives d.r"d; will be a* follows BRADFORD COUNTY v'
{ ncasuro a great/: many C. M. Andreu ILOL
.t lic-adline. What brevities? Abbreviated insurmountable, in his honest fH.UIIU.OO racb of Brnit A. U. C. D. E. f. '' IBA.By. )
fikirtu, of course. gainst, it. The absence of so man I I I I I efforts to faithfully reproduce a given; here this week.The a. H. I. J. K.. L, M. 11//. O, I'. (I. H B. T. ,I E. S. MATTIinwiTlie {
from their W, X, Y. Z,
housanJs of young men --+ And ft.ncio.ou rich of U. V t; .
r result of every vork during a (part of each year would I condition. city council of Dado City him AX and BX. t I . foregoing March J6th isle,his DeIWnWfam1
The moKt conspicuous Hence the very fact that Mr. Grif I The paid bonds to War Interest at per Monday IIUO. U. .4as.e..e
lemoralixc business and those subjecto I I with S. W. Hamilton to
i''. "drive" no far has been the creation fith's name and reputation are back contracted .-.---.
for military duty would often find it sink ten-inch well near the well already -
of a number of fat offices of "Hearts of the World" is an assurance a
u lord to get employment. The way in in connection with the
tt disbursing, the money. that local theatre-patrons, are to usa .. .." .
.
i>, hould have taught us the evils of I be treated to something as real as it city waterworks. "--- __-.4._ . -_._. -w__e 'a'--rsw 1._ ._._ ,1....
The eating of ripe olives has lately 'russianit-m! but should compulsorymilitary I a.-
l is coloHRal.
...., I training come to pass, we'ould AnnouncementsFOR I
.. .. caused Home more deaths. As no one | Political!
f r like olives, and they are eaten <>nlj take a long step in that dircc- I FINE HILL I

because It IR considered "fuKhionable'' ion. !It would put the most vigorous TAX COI.IECTOK
could 'onion of our population in military I hpf'liy tinnmince myself e candidate for
ttlt do this to life easily
to menace
: j no, ondnge and as American discipline Pine Hill, Feb. 20.;Mr. and Mrs the office of Tux Collector of Bradford County
J ''''j it seems, be ave>;led. S. V. Andreu and children of Brooker uhject to the democratic primary to Iw. hold
I e moro severe' than that of any other June 8. 1U2U. I promise If elected to fclie tho !
j' were visiting in our section Run- "IT,... my time and the rumple my ...rvlc.-..
Germany not exceptede
:. .l, ;; : Washington Mhuvcd himwlf, Hny I ountry, even day. My 1lmo. u nn officer stands u tin anon hook
HUfely in/or Hclvcrtinomorit. That would build up a military uristocacy fur the inKctinn of the. maple of thin county
j,:,. I it: a to which all must bow. If wi Prof. F. M. Chuncry, of Lake .nd I ask you eJ! for your nuprtnrt. Rrfipt ct-
I accounts for the austere expression nut'I'I fully submitted. n, M. IK)W UNO.
n. I on MR portraits. Nobody can "]nokpleasant" pep our even open wo will have noth ler, was a guest< at the home of \
t with his fare RmurtiiiK from ng to IIP afraid of, and we do not Rurrency Friday night and SaturdaY'j I take thin method; ;of; ;annnunctnir. to the cite
I.. : : lane of llrudfnrd County that I am a candi-
after which he returned
A dull Tatar and lye soap cant a military caste. date for the office of county tax collector, piss
44 l"'" :, was expected to begin school at Lee, ji'Ct to the will of the voter lit the e..ln"d..moC'.atle

: f P t A poor down-trodden hip< yard I IIO.VT IUMEVE: IT Monday morning. 8, 1U20 and primary rwuwctfully, election refer to you be to held my.June rvcnrd .
A. B. Surrency and family attendedthe a* deputy tax collector the pant .. ..on.
Pcnsacola has been
: .-' worker in comT'ollcd I
the In this If
My to people you
f t I t, to (go into bankruptcy. His I There is a new rumor afloat to the literary society at Brooker Friday !tart promt me I will r.ilhruliJdi.eha....... the dutl.t

r I' t dully ware was only! from $'H to $12 i feet( that another sugar shortage: I ir. night. of prompt the office courteous. to the treatment last of to my nil.ability I will with appreciate .

"I :' and he could not keep up with diamonds I Impending If you want a sugar: shortage Mr. amL.Mrs. A L. Green and fame your vote. E. W. HAYES.

r I! silk dresses, furs, automobile, you can easily create one by bu. ily were guests of datives near Five .
I wish to nay to the voter ol' Bradford county
g 1 \ booze at (15 u quart, loafing half of lievltig this rumor and rushing in and Mile Saturday and Sunday. that I urn a candidate for tho office of Tax Carrying Ton Mile

the time, ttc., according to "the American buying all you can at once. All signs Coleman demons and Mr. and Mrs.G. Collector and I respectfully, n.Uclt your dupe
port at the coming primary, June 8th.
a1 : workman's standard l of livinp point to a sufficiency of sugar hereafter C, Mills were visitors at the homeof MM-ctfully, J. E. DOUGLASS for less than Cent

Fp, an decreed by his union. If this iII1 and rumors, of shortage are J. E. demons. Mr. Clemons wasaccompanlt'd FOR COUNTY JUDGE a
\iod man turns bolshevist, society has started in order to make the buying so back his
by wife and T am a candidate for county judge of Bradford .
only itself to blame. heavy that a temporary scarcity is daughter, who have been visiting here county and h.bJ.nnouo.... my candidacy ;
1 I I t brought about allowing the boosting for several days. in the coming primary June B, 1920. Freight rates have played a very small part
.
Having lived In the county all of my life and
", fI I e I, u- "Ituny Jax." Is about to adopt the of prices. No mutter if the assertion Ruby and Gracy Greene and Cantey Borved It In a public way for several) yeara 1feel in the rising cost of living. ,

':&; "one-way traffic" system, that is, on comes from a government! man; government -. Oliver were visitor here Friday afternoon of said that office I can., efficiently 1 aollcit the perform. support the of duties all
'f 4 certain streets all the vehicles move officials have proven themselves democratic voter* and if riveted promU faith

'fi I '. I in the same direction and on others bad prophets and oftentimes in J. E. Clemons and A. B. Surrencywere I full' and l conscientious acrvlcea. R A. GREEN. Other causes -the waste of war, underproduction -

/, ; the tiafllc runs the opposite way. Theo cahoots with the profiteers transacting business in Brooker FOR REPRF.8ENTATIV&-GROUP TWO credit inflation-have added
I ':' portion of the city where it will be Monday. I hereby announce myself a candidate In dollarsto

I tried lies between Bay and Duval and WILSON AN AUTOCRAT Van and Charlie Cone attended the Group Representative Two for in nomination the Legislature for the from office Brad.of the cost of the necessities of life, while

{ > Newnan and Cedar streets-24 blocks. party at Ted Lewis Friday night.A ford County, Florida subject to the action of
1 I'I '' This has advantages President Wilson has been absent the Democratic Primary to be held Jun. 8th freight charges have added only cents. e'
( arrangement many
I' ; E.
III Surrency was attending to 1120. I respectfully solicit the support of ALL
from the
j' It will minimize accidents country a good deal. Latelyhe Democratic
business in Brooker and Lake Butler votera and if elected promise.. .
t from collisions, avoid the trouble of has been ill for a long time, and Saturday and faithful and conscientious nervier. The for
for periods hit physicians would not Tuesday. I EVERETT M. JOHNS average charge hauling a toilof
( turning, around at street intersections, Pine Hill, Feb 20.-Thig community
l ii and as automobiles can be parked at allow him to handle state affairs. was saddened when FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP ONE freight a mile is less than I a cent.
it
, While than was learned I hereby announce that I am candidate.
incapacitated he should a for
,, Ian angle of 45 degrees with the street Mrs M. J. Tillis had parsed auy Representative in the Legislature.. Group No. 1.
;.there will be room for 8000 cars In the have given the reins of governmentto y I respectfully solicit the support of the voters
Feb.
10th
I at the home of her A suit of
; e. daughter clothing that sold for $30
t the coming
{territory instead of only 1200, as at Vice President Marshall< but he did primary election. .
Mr O.
W
!? Barry. All that loving JOHN J, ULACKWELDER.
( when the have to be not. The president's responsibilitieswere before the carried
I i. present, cars hands and medical aid could do' war was 2,265
.,' thus forced was FOR ('OMlllfjfjIONER-DI8TRlCT NO. I
placed parallel with the street The upon Secretary of
( State done but to no avail. I hereby. announce myself a candidate forreelection miles by rail from Chicago to Los
Lansing who
I ten, traffic will be )kept to one side of each presumably acted She aa County Commissioner for District .
for the best interests of the was united in 'early life to Mr. No. 1, subject to the action of the Democratic for 1654 -
of
; 'f street, so there will b. i j: 2ty room country. M. J. Tillis and this ,0Angeles cents. **
to happy union primary. I respectfully aollcit the
When Mr. Landing felt sup
/ |deft for the fire engines, and trucks unable to deride were<< born seven children port of the voters at said primary. 1 .
1 a namely,
!which some momentous matters alone O. V. BROOKS.!
are enabled to make fast1speed
5j. informal Mrs D. C. Melvin, of Lawtey; Mrs. I Now the freight Is 22
jr and arrive at the scene of action he Jailed I"! cabinet meet Arrie Brown of Starke Mrs. Bertie FOR 'OMMlfjSIONER-DISTRICT NO. I charge cents

f. 'liIt Jn almost "no tim," after the alarm is ing. Thin gave the president an opportunity Roberts, of Kissimmee ;Island; Mrs.O. the I office hereby. of announce County CommiMloncr myself a candidate for, District for and the suit sells for $50.

1 ;,:' :given.t to accuse him of usurpingpower W. Barry, of Brooker; Mr. Nathan Nn. 1. I'alentine. and Providence If elected! I
and to ask will faithfully discharge. the duties .
him to resign., The of the f'
f Tillis, of Lawtey; Miss Edna Tillis, of flee. to the beat of my ability. The cot of tb* suit has lncfMd JO d nare. ,
England begins to fear that Germany president seems to never forget that Starke; Mr. Loren Tillis, of Plant _H.., M. Wlt..LIAMC.
t f I will be bankrupted if she be I he was once a college president and City. She 02 !'h. freight on It ha lucreaaed only s B| cgrir..
of
was FOR .10-'
years age. COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. t "-"
t I II thus an autocrat und he .0
cannot brook
compelled the indemnities
to as. I .
hereby
pay announce myself
Besides her children she leaves to a candidate for reelection Other transportation ch.rg..ee.r Into the
I I the : that his underlings have opinionof as Commissioner for District No.2. ,
sensed against her by comI any
I peace their mourn her death a host of other relatives Lake Butler and Worthington During my Incumbency cost of th* finished article-carrying th. wool s
: I mission; and favors more and more own or assume any responsibility and friends. The funeral of the. office., I have endeavored to I to the mill
his : was the. and the cloth to the .tailor-but
(amelioration of German debentures except on orders If they Serve toolple or the dlelr.et, u well u the ,

)jj 1: [Kng-land: i Is no longer afraid of GcrtHKliV do he practices the same tactics some held 0. at W.Mt.Barry'was'Sinai cemetery.in Worthington eoDnJ/I' my u'rvie at large. have to the giveR beet. .of ulefaetion my ability I. will and ** these other charge amount to but a few c.nt tI t
,
more
k' } ) tut she Wants to trade with employers do when they wish to get, Thursday morning! coming appreciate primary(h. purport or the C.. A.vo..ROBERTS... ?> the. *'
rid of I
France had counted on employeB that they can find no
that country.
I L. V. Edwards! was in Brooker on
k indemnities from Germany to set heron valid cause for discharging-makes bunlnesr Thursday BUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INBTRUO The $10 pair of shoes that used to

v "j ':". her feet again, and looks at England : I their lives so miserable' till they arecompelled I Mr. and Mrs Lacy Hubose attendedthe To the Democratic Voter TION* of Brail/Urd/ County; sell for $5 from
with the squint sinister. If to quit. As Mr. Lansing I take this method. of announcing. myself a goes the New Eng-
h' would take no, hints there wedding: of their sister, Miss Maud candidate. for re lee lion to the office of Super
land thus gives France the cold Enlt'l was noth Shaw at Brocikcr, Wednesday intendent of Public Instruction of Bradford land factory to the Florida dealer fora
ing to do but to tell him to "git. County subject to the
der and Russia being of no rules of the Democratic"
herself C. W. Edwards happened to a serFARMEOROWN- primary on Juno Hth. If elected I "...mloe the. freight charge of 5% centsonlyone
to France than to same courteous, and painstaking service. ...n.
4 :' r but little bettor oft than before the IIEAHTS OP THE WOKU TO dered !Jn the past. E. R. 1'OI'I'EL.L.' cent more than the pre-war rate. '

,, war as to security from German In. AI'I'KAU; AT THE GAIETY FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT OVHT! "

vasion. Thin is European politics, and I 1 hereby announce myself n candidnt'* for
.\. wo hud better not be tangled; up inv lleaits of the World," the I). W. the Bradford office county of Clerk subject of the to the Circuit action Court of the of Beef pays only two-thirds of a centa

them It was France through: her Napoleon : Griffith pioduction that required 18 voter* at the coming primary, June 8th I ap pound freight from r
iP who birth to militarism months in the making: and which is preciate the dutiva of this important office' Chicago to
gave but feel that I .
am qualified to discharge them New York.American
in Europe: ; the Good Book says that declared to be the masterpiece of this This Space Having served the public before, the vntem are .
t' the sins of the fathers are visited I on dramatic genius, surpassing both "The well" able to judge. aa to my fitness for the of.
flee and If they choose" to elect me j .promise
'. the children unto the fourth and fifth Birth of a Nation" and "Intolerance,"I faithful and efficient' service. Your support. freight
'. generation. will be the attraction at the Gaiety I is respectfully solicited. G. W, ALI>EIlIIAN. rates are the low-

Theatre, Monday, and Tuesday Feb. : ReservedWATCH In making thlH, announcement for Clerkof est in the world.
"
i'' The drainage canals east of StarkEr 23 and 24th. the Circuit Court of Bradford County I
j .... i
:r t: i capacious enough to take care 01 l That "lleaiti of thc World" has i!I subject.I..UullJ.011.11 to the action the of support the Penuvrntio of the people. i''''., .A

UII the! run-off, but the obstructions in' established' a new high record for even I I IT men election R. C. RICHARD QFiis r

1<1( : thorn should be removed Trees felledby \ I a Griflith; production( may be gained I FOR 8UPF.RVISOK OF REGISTRATION: advertisement is published by the (

: I i winds or by tie cutters, logs from from the fact that it has been shown I I hereby announce myself a candidate for. reelection Dissociation

'J bridges and other trash, as well an in Chicago, Now York Boston, Phil- |I I ForHARDWARE--- for to Bradford the office,..."nlJI of SupervJHor regretfully of Regletrelinn solicit of Railway Executives

t-: san<1 bars at the mouths of the ditches ndelphia and other, cities upwards of the support of the oaten at the en,uiny ,
"' debouching! : into them, retard tho more than six hundred times at $21| primary and if vlectoj I will HI in the )HMt. ,,1.obiasa
1. dltfcharwo the duties of the office with\ m-cuim-y /A<*. dtnrmg information
s water until it reaches such a height prices That it l Is a most unusual and courtesy C. A. iNI'nir. ffmuwrnm?tht railroad tifuation may .

!; that it bursts through: or under the achievement is evident from the announcement FOR STATE SENATOR littratur by writing to Tin Aindation of Railway :

.t 't-: dams. Ditches cannot any more" take that David Lloyd George i.. T am a candidate' for State. Hen.tor for the Efttittivu, SI Broadway, Krd York,

'. care of themselves than they can dig and other high officials of the British ', at lAth the Dintrlct.coming and primary will of appreciate my fellow the.II.oha.support t4r

1 themselves it is time the drainage and French nations not only gave Mr. I STOVES and A. Z. AD KINS. '
", district takes ol Ciiiffith their most hearty -
\ I measures to have the >- co-operation( I
'", ructions clauned out. The lower portion in the taking of the principal scenes, 1 hereby FOR SHERIFF : \ .

)s e of the Alligator canal would not but personally appear In the play. re-election. to announce the office myself of Sheriff a candidate of Bradford for j.I"

t' w.; t. overflow if the canal was continued Contrary to the general opinion this RANGES : /. If re-elected I will: aa In the pant - SJ1N
sloop no rain in the full discharge of all the *!SSS2SZSSZS:1
I some distance west. If it was, they latent of the Griflith, works is not a ilutiiw of the office, and I earnently solicit the C"I Ci4S7S7S757S'' Sr4.,4r4242'-24rS Sr 1,

,y, I current would be so accelerated as to war play. It is described by Mr. Grif support of the voters at the ensuing primary,
r : U"'el.lIy. W. J. r.l'PKRSON.: : 4 SEND US
; carry away the water before it overflowed. fith himself aa "the sweetest' love I THAT ORDER j :

I Lund owners along: the lower story ever told." It'a" written by International NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION I I
II SALE OF ROAn AND BRIDGE, BONUS
canal have right to expect this, aa Gaston: de Toligriac and translated II: WHEN
a Hureby nnt'ce la given that at X pan o'clock 1 = YOU NEED ANYTHING IN f J'
'; t t they<< pay drainage taxes; but instead from, the French by Captain Victor p. moo Tuesday the 10th day of February., ftl

i 'If of being saved front Inundations, a1" Maria The story Is in two( parts, the I HarvestingCo. 19:10.: at the county court house In 8tark, t
Office
;' i. they were promised, they are worse / first revealing the life of un ordinary I Ur w'. Ta tefe** chOJ Teaserestores Furniture and Supplies A (.

\ :. olf than before the canal was dug French family before. the war and the Commercial and Fancy Stationery (* !1 '
secured tho experiences Supplies Mtalhy ant energy by iwrlfyUU and r'richfnrt ;
of these
pooj j ..... Printing ,.
j : the bit. A'uucallu.. feel Ita fftrvafea Lithographing Engraving
when ,
King Gimipi-m 1 is Ixromfnir moreand pie the great conflict ended III'' .
.
ulna lavlgumtlng: Cq.et Pot ebtemmmmmsD Books_All $
'1 i' more autocratic He IlIlq mgaii-" victory for the nlhes. and Kinds .

f ( ', lied committees to see that no one I.yl" i I. The majority of the scenes in the Artiste' Material

nominated: to any high ofl'.ec at the "Hearts of the World" are described mt>msmfnmi>lmmtnlBmmmmtammo Athletic Goods s.

coming! primaries! who In not n fileiul, us great moving paintings/ that might

.. and abject servant to ibo labor union, have been conceived by the world's I DALION Kodak

r 1: I III'I">'s: "Tho inherent right and greatest" artists, their beauty and WANTEDSCRAP
:
T' principles of rule people! ate again grandeur far excelling anything ever 8 The H. &W.

threatened, the free. institutions of before attempted even by the master TALKING ] B. Drew Company
'
t let/ \ our country lire menaced and the hand of the indomitable Griffith.

f ideals of demnciacy are in danger." "Hearts of the World" is not a war IRON ao 45-19 W Bay Street Jacksonville

.t'';. That is the devil quoting/: Scripture (play. It Is about the people to whom MACHINES METALSRUBBER WE WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN i;] .

W with vcngcuncc.. Hut he is right; the war 'aml'--and for this reason it ANSWERING UR INQUIRIES I
p4S757 "'
d9'', they are threatened by the bolshevists makes! our victory real Many war I S'S" ?S2SS'7S7S75'7S7S"w-.. .

x whether they call themselves so or goby films have been devoted so exclusively! i

; the name of the American Fedora- I to photographs. of fighting that, for I CommunityPlate BONES ,
tion of ,Labor. Many are member of nil they have revealed', the war might; I

i p this organization through: fowrini. i bo limited to the scenes recorded by I! SACKS AND RAGS i

and I fear of the inquisition in vogue Silver GENERAL

by the bosses. The "subjects"; may INSURANCE

N If obey all other mandates\ but the most Seed Potatoes I jSave' Writ u. for price lilt HAROLD

,y of them will vote ':e they ple
,, an. i ttera.pt is made to delve then: ,lj two dollars per sack. Car eft) | PLNINSELA1 METAL COHHAMf

,' the tells, like sheep to the ,daughter Rod J Bliss and Rose Four Seed Iota !' DeWitt G. JonesHARDWARE STARKE 'I

r fens' they may taj "ba-a.,;' turnaround toes due about Feb, 10th. ('D.1.00''| Jacksonville, Florida FLORIDA

and give. the bosses, a taste of bag deposit, balance on deli..",ry. N.I| FIRE, LIFE, BONDS
,
their horns. D. Hun l-Sl-St. STOREy 1I"'H.lUllJ'NIWtDII.frrIIIiiri

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..'FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKF FLORIDA PACE FIVF
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..r Spring stiles, in Coat Suits, acres of land. inside city, F. L. I 1
Serge and Messaline dresses. We I Turner. 130tf. !." 'I
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shall, offer these for a few days: 1 y

at very close, prices as they are FOR SALE--Second WLrWe ., < .
Bits of LocalInformation
I
sent us on approval and have to er oil stove and two "
f K'' .'
be returned. If you are interested Futch. ";o

in and them. J. W. -
come see : ,
Morgan. FOR SALE OR RENT -- "L'S/crficlJ

about two miles '
1.. \.' i': \n
1 .... t4 OmrM r_.... M. ..wdip. Mr and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and known as the G. W. 'W. exciting
1 i .. *. .*. c.0" T_ their guest Mrs. Harold C. Willing- E. Futch. yam, n iKi.t1c. ihc"tat-

ham of Marietta, Ga., Mrs. A. 'M. t.mokc," iiiiO you're fixed
Darby, Col. and Mrs J. E. Futch motored I FOR! KENT: -A good the
to New Smyrna Sunday and returned I in cultivation fi-room tvcniig. And mind

{-'flu'Dry M- salt mullet at Kickliter'g. It. I If town Saturday. Mr. Douglass is a home the early part of the Aply to Terry Dover, the "satisfy" blend can't .

MASBferf. T. candidate for tax collector and is making week I 2-li-2t." '' "/ell- that's why, only

Harold Wall spent Sunday in the a vigorous campaign. I I : ..-.fields tin "sa""
3q faetropolis. We have a lot of Bargains in FOR QUICK SALE-
I
sanh. 8 rxch sizes 9x16
Standard Patterns for March '' Ladies Sill.'t.'h'ete..n and SergeDresses. ,

sill give you cash for chicken and have: arrived at Sternber '8. I'I' $15.00 to $22.50. Look Morgan.15. Puce under the mil 1

f,d s. J. F. Kickliter. 2-20-tf. I Iyt them aver and lie convincedStump's. -
< Little Miss Mildred Gill of Savannah i .
I FOR SALE Selected
b'r' I I
is staying with aunt Mrs.
W.,, B. Young of Oviedo, was in I Joe and has entered theKeventh Seed catty speckled
business.Men's Edwards Mrs. Hurst, of Chicago! and Dr. I two bushel bags
Starke Saturday on I now $3 )
',.V grade of the B. H. S. 1 1I Strong of Jackson Mich., lire visiting f. u. h. ThomuHville.
: I I i at 1he home of Mrs.'Mary Hopkins I II '
Elevator ( ( t
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0.
f, Overcoats, special price Rub-My-Tism is powerful antiseptic -
I a 'I Dr. Strong I. a woman physician who i 2-1S-41: I ,
$14.50 at Slump's. ; it kills the poison caused from in- has had many years practice in the I Ii .
,
I fecteU cuts cures old sores tetter.
. ''. l;. C. McCall and family! of Gull-i :I i North. FOR SM.E Registered ; .

"*'Mord"I : were visitors to Starke Friday. I Horace Wilson who is attending the I! After an absence of several months : 1'olui 1 China board, and 4 1;
.' lliinuJersey sows
:': -- University of Florida came from
up
ft: Levi-
: I in Jacksonville and Tampa M.
4 to 6 old
%<:,V-v 'Ladies the new Designer is Gainesville and spent' the week-end ,I i ton and family are returning to Starke inspection' mos.invited.; prices -. f

jft I fi f*'here: Ht ern be rjj's. with his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. L. .' to live. They will occupy the Andrl'wReottaA'l riculture, A.V.. .... Ir

i Wilson I I' next door to Mrs I Emma HII perintdull-lit\ GaI '
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+1 B.: F, Hazen a prosperous young chard's residence on Cherry street.Mr .
: '1, 'I i bosineii man of Brooker was in town Ladies Coat Suits and Coats. 'I ----
'." I Leviton will engage in the auto- FOH SALE--1 offer
" ', Friday,', $10.00 and up at Stump's.The 'mobile and tailoring business
, I top sale '
containing: :ftft( ( /

See our offerings in Voile Original: Williams Stock Co. :! The Woodmen's supper, that had mile of Stmke, the (' us i iIf i ie

Waists $2.75; and $3.00. Morgan.Mr have returned to Starke for a stay often been staged for last Friday night did Bradford County Good : e
two story house good
days before leaving for their not materialize. Enough of oystersto ;
..T. J. McBeath of DeLand is and other buildings; about
spring summer seoson. fill the void formed by a week'sfasting :
the home of Mr. and Mrs. pecan trees; two fine
visiting at
Thesupper
I could not be obtained. other fruit trees i
and like
It A. Weeks. Sheriff W. W. Baisden wentto ; many people
Deputy .
will be held tonight: (Friday) furnishing good water
Palatka Sunday for R. C. Davis a Owing to the long fast by the members farm that; something
Special prices on all our Win white check artist., on a warrant sworn Rome prodigies of valor may berxpt.cted. implements ; \ i
ter Goods. Stump's.Strawberry out by I.. L. Johns. No disposition, has I one good l horse; one here than

been made of the capo aa yet. I eral head of stock eat financial trans 'q :
hundred nice hens.
shipping time will soon Sheriff Epperson was at Tampa last on this farm is in ;
i f
be here. Have your tickets printed The next Alkahest Lyceum enter-I week and brought home with him Andrew
without delay. tainment is "The Liberty Belles," sore good pasture. I
Kite, charged with trading mortgaged Starke, Fla.
three beautiful young ladies who will property. Mr. Kite was releas.
: \
: : Prof. T. J. McBeath, of DeLand delight you with their readings vocal ed on a $500 bond and returned to 1 : cr cnal service

, ,> spent the week-end with his daughter, and instrumental music. Tampa. Mr. Epperson also visited ready to

Mw. R. A. Weeks. his sister Mrs E. L. Odotn of St. I i
,,;. "The Liberty Belles" will be here Petersburg and places in Pinellas Afire In a friendly ;;

J H. C. Richard and A. Z. Adkins were next Thursday evening You will miss county. While away he saw nothing r, a friendly :

1.-jii. In the Providence section Monday on a treat if you do not attend this attraction as good as old Bradford.The .

-.4'' ',i).a hunting. trip. because it is not only humorous r I you come. .. .,,' i

I , and entertaining but purposeful. Telegraph has just shipped a' ', .
M L'; 666 has proven it will cure Malaria, big consignment of printed matter to .

1 Chill and Fever Bilious Fever Colds Men's Shirts of class at Sternberg's. the State Prison Farm. As no workis I Feel the congenial .

'a1l4 LaGrippe.-1-9-3-12. ffl. done outside of that institution that I the helpful ; .
can be done at home it may be inferred '
Sweet corn seed all varieties at Mitchell Edwards and family have that the printer is the only craftsman our bank Is a

Y1ckliter'a. It. returned to Starke after living for two or professional man not repre. .

years in Gainesville. Maurice and rented there. Though printers are
Mr. and Mrs. George O. 'Jacobs. of Lois Edwards have entered the B. H. consigned to perdition oftener than Printing

l Raiford were visitors to Starke Tues : S. any people they can't be so bad after Your

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,' Men's and Young Men's Suits, STARKE : : .
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,t Best grade Outing' Flannel $25.00 to $50.00 at Stump's. Just arrived-A splendid' line Protect your cash 1" ,'
with bolt and br .
: i Special price 25c a yard. Stump'sl of Men's Indies' and Children's but with businesslike I' '. I'.'

:l**. Mrs. F. A. Scott has returned home Pumps, Shoes, Oxfords, all styles form and record BANK
d 611 ..James Means buyer for Williamson after spending ten days in Tampa' in Patent' nun Metal and, Vici transaction you ':':
tht'! 'Ij A(J>ennis Jacksonville sent a carload with her friend Mrs. C. L. Morrow. Kid. Stump's. .We can how you a TELEGRAPH"A Geo. C. White Cn.nier \

"?' of hogs from here Monday night. While in Tampa Mrs Scott enjoyedthe !

t i tr South Florida Fair and Gasparilla! Why not dump the street sweepingson r
,, fMr Thompson of Detroit Mich., ar. carnival.Do the east end of Call street Insteadof WI" J
'','ri1'f'd Tuesday to spend the remainder where they do no good. Leaves and Paper-that betrays

j'ot' the winter Mr. Thompson is a ne- not fail to hear "The Liberty sand mixed makes a firmer road than and prevent '

|phew of Mrs. Mary Hopkins.llarvoy Belles" next Thursday evening, February sand alone and withstand floods., Thiscould teratlon of your
draft and .
"''i1t j 2Gth at the High School auditorium be done by using two wagons receipt. I.
'. Ilethcae who was raised in Admission 75 and 20( cent. Saturdays instead of one. If this suggestion : For letterhead and

.L ,t, Starke but has lived for the past Revpivi War tax extra. be acted on the part of Call printed form we Cucumber I
1 in I'lant City in visiting at recommend a
'Aral_ years street through the swamp could be
","lMhe 1 home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wil-! W. M Thomas writes from Sycamore I made too high and firm to he washed tJ:: :t . ( shipment all the leading and

f>. ?\f wn. that the stork visited his home away by every heavy rain EKDME r ) i'r
$XSif Saturday: morning, February 14th that we know will seed for planting in our state.
J. S. Mercer has made an openingthe : and left a nine-pound baby boy who satisfaction. ,
wost end of the town hall build- Woodrow Wilson. :
named ;
log, BO that the sweeping machine cane I has been Substitute for Tooaeco. I 1m,\1'1"'OUD COUNTY i .; i \ Cantaloupe Seed : ,

housed inside. Throughout HIP tropical. Orient the ;
ler. on liven employ| n Hiilistltutp fur tobacco I

t Canton Flannel, special priceOc caused by Rheumatism Neuralgia, out,consisting wrnplx'd: of In n lietel,slice' Iciif of nrlcnimlm flavored ready and will he mailed a r
a yard at Stump s. etc19312.
Sprains with n fine UIIIP 11111'of\ unlive sea contains information[ of value

Mrs. F. I). Wainright went to Jack- Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby anddaughter Mliellx nii'l l "Inr.with\ riirnilnc The .
j hiiblt In unlvrrHiil', imperially" with the
ftonville Monday to visit her : Fannie will return home I
) women" and Hellern of "nelol nut" may '
Mesdames Janie daUJlh-1 New Smyrna where they Est.
JtrR today from he ecn "m ninny ur HIP at"' 'i't corner Agency for allll'f'da-.you can't af
|Lola Griflin. several days with
have been spending .
In Silicon/ mid "ii In r rules of Inrtn- I y
". Mr. and Mrs. George Marks. Philip : proper season arrives to plant. i yi
Ionia Knight: spent lust week-end I.

I with his friend, Hal Maincs, at Lake Mesdames A. Z. Adkins Roscoe Mo rk..rtn.nL: nf thr Interiur. U. S. Land I
; Butler and they enjoyed a quail hunt I Itogethf'r Lane W. B. Harvard and J. M. Mitchell Office at .einravllle>, .'1.. I ; IFJCAS itiunoN
Frbruary 11 1920. '
[ Saturday. I went to Gainesville Tuesday to attend Nutiri' In h *..hy given that JMI I*. is.wlIna I HOG GOOBERS

- a tea given by Mrs J. C. Adkins . XI fif, I.akft 1UIH.Hutl marie.. Horlda Himii-, .,,,'.wh<mIIIT : : : IAN WHEAT.

Mrs. Ida Morgan! : of Jacksonville i in honor of her house guest Mrs. Davidson U14111M.! for Want Half of Northraat quarter, .') GRASS S li L I: D
arrived in Starke Thursday of last | of Eastman Ga. H.Ttlon 2, Townnhlp 6 South llanm 110 .:.
T. TallMiaiuMi M.rl with lIr.> E. : .
Week for treatment ",nti..n0 make three year proof, to .>.. .1'1
Campbell. We are selling out our line of claim to the land. .1..... deaerUMMl before..1..1.. : Vr:. cow ITJVS.:
Clrrk of the Circuit Court at Hurko New Seed
I Ladies' and Children's Heavy on the 2fflh day of Marsh. 1020. I
666 quickly relieves Colds and La. Coats at special prices. Come Claimant nam... aa wltluiaavat
... Florida. I and list also call
Biliousness loss M. U C.* of lake butlvr price on
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Grippe Constipation > and see them. Stump's.i H. C. Crawa, of Lake llutlar, Ilorlila. Peanuts
of Appetite and Headaches. 19312. Jean ,'Neon. of Lake Ifutlvr, Floriila. i [ desire regarding
I and children, J. H. IMtta. of Laka Kutu-r, Florida. may your
i J. C. Popped ROUT W DAVIS. Oats all
If you don't want to feel the "call Ruth Isla and Joseph have gone to -2"-IH.. ftIotr.Iatar. I

of the wild" don't look at the display: Plant City to join Col. J. C. I'oppell Beans
windows of the Quigley Lumber & who is practicing law in that city. I String SEED CO.
'CLASSIFIED.
Supply Co. ;! Starke regrets very much the loss of Sweet Corn house in Florida.
I 1 I this family, and wishes prosperity' for :

D. J. Byrd a well known and respected i I them in their new home.I ADVERTISING i Melon JACKSONVILLE FLA. '"
Confederate veteran of Graham ( 1230

called at our office Friday to renew I Claud Alvarez formerly of Starke I Velvet Beans
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the Telegraph.Flannelette has purchasel ;
his subscription to but now of Jacksonville ONE CRNT A WORD>> roc FACH ISSt'K.
1 I a cozy little bungalow on 24th CASH IN AflVANrr. I ,
AJvartlaamvnta In..".' under thIs head English Peas
Kimonas, special street and moved to it. His mother m... M paid In ad..,,... Na .......m.nl
price, 98c and $1.98, at Stump's.J. Mrs. Emma Alvarez and Abb Spencer fur ana liiarttlon arcvpUd fnr I.... than 21 FOR SALE
with him. -
make their home --
E. Douglass of Guilford, was in i 1 FOR SALE GOOO seed cane. J. F.Kickliter ) ); 40 oilier varletio to select from

i A full line of Notions at Stern.berg's. F: lrke. 2-20-tf ." Now if you want nomclhing
I l -J. The Seed > 1 |> your order with Hall. HIM plants

48,000 I FOR SALE-A OM horse wagon and state arid' hnvo boon for tho past

S : Last week: a number of music lovers harness. D. E. Knight.: 1-23-tf <'rry Plant Specialist Agent

DrugStoresSelllt. I went to Jacksonville to hear Freida I ; ) HALL, KI1OIKSIALK: ;, MD. j

Five million people Hempel sing among: the number being FOR RENT-6.room cottage centrally WeDo

use it to KILL COLDS Mrs. A. Z. Adkins who joined a located. J. F. Kickliter.: 1-16-tf.
I Gainesville party composed of Mr. and --- .---- ---- ----. -SIMIAYKKS ,
TO BUY Seed In t ....... V ,,....
*ILL'S Mrs J. C. Adkins, Mr*. Jack Briggs: WANTED cane any A. KOMISOM.' .$.e'r I
Ga., and quantity. Fred Sweat Route 1. and propar b>.>ndirt, ( of the matoriala.
of Eastman,
Mrs. Duvison I manularlurtnff w. use high, ...d. ma...
\Mrs Briggs, of South Augusta S. C. Starke. 2-13-4t I ' ........INri.....,In the.. UM and maaF 1 I
CASCARA5kQUlNINIJROMI .,.In ..... wtlh quality and compoaiuoah
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I Berry; Rosier who lives between FOR SALE-One 1000 ,pound mare J PRICE LISTS COMPANY .
Tues mule 8 years of age good quali
t:. Lawtey and Raiford was in town KIOBI >A
Mr. Rosier does not often pay I II ties U. E. Knight. 220tiWANTEDFamily ,,

Standard-in tablet cold form nauif--cal"for. sure 20 yore noopiat.bro.k I day.Starke a visit but when he cornea all of strawberry : BOND ...-." .

tip a cold ID 24 know it. Ho ill the tallest man in the The Quinine That. 'Ne. hoi Allfil TIle (MeadInx''lva ,
+" .lirwem trip In I dan.back O. C. Canon Starke Fla. I
if it fails. The county nearer to 7 feet in height than pickers. n."u.. of Ina 11\d vfTiirt. AXA--
Money 2-'1I.2t. 71Vr. UflUM'. OUINt'v! r. n.D-tel can..ho lukitonnrviiuiineiw
conspicuous.
n Ii .""uin. bog haa Mr. a Hill-a Redtop \ 6, which maker him very I \ ; t'r .Spas whh.su .u.II.'ol or rluiilitilun
with
l E.W.; CSU1lg.iywtnm; b.x l tuw
plctura. l house with five BRADFORD COUNTY II'Hh".t.
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sonal' action, recreation: pleasure, ,! I
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health and excitement; what other "
1 sport destroys as little and yet provides EXTRAORDINARY }
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9 Fish Tales so much?1 I ENGAGEMENT
Then--come down to our stoic and
with the fishing tackle -
let us fit you out
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, F- Mr. L. J. Wynn in the first one to (L'KiLiY: LU.MBEU & 8U1'I'I.0..
' hir enter u bass in the prize content. This --SASON --
CITY
e ono weighed five and three-quarter
J'' pounds and was a beauty to look at. -
l' Was-
Feb. 20.-Tom
claim that thin entry in Sampson City,
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; I r Mr. Wynn
1,1'I,: here on business
din, of Graham, was
j \ just a starter und he will have something -
I l'' to show us before May let. Monday.Mrs. .
' Where Is the big bass Doc Mitchell Gay has returned to Hawthorn
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week's visit with her daughter,
1 t /" has been talking about HO much If after a
.e catch him he ought Mrs. A. K. Smith.A. .
I' he isn't going to s.GRIFFfr
visit
'I, ,' to tell a fellow where that Hillbilly is I K. Smith and children are R.
Mr. and Mrs.
home of
't"., hiding and give somebody. else achayre ing at the \
Smith of Hawthorn.
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to 1CtIII there lost lures. .
Blanche Hoberson was In Graham
Some of the fairer sex have taken Mrs
.
": heed to the suggestion: that they adoptseating Tuesday
" l ," Tom Oldham, of Graham was visiting -
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for black boss an an enjoyable
f .l f' f1i" t' i"r recreation und sooner or later we ex> friends here Wednesday E
i .. ;;,; Aubrey Moore, of Starke, was here t4 TR/
%to"" pert to **<0 many of them out on the
, lakes with their aquatic/ l husbands; Inking the census Wednesday
j' Will a I'll Varries, Jim Varnes
M 'mr*
and if we don't miss our guess, some
f i i'f
i
anti J'oh' Warren are out again after
fJ' t' ;" of thl'm'are going to show their husbands
'1 how fifch.Ev suffering: with tho flu
11' ;,! to catch the came I Hogun Smith nnd Link Williams

, f jy person who loves the great: wen In: Ktarke; Wednesday. F'rA
i i1 outdoors; ell of you who claim to havea I Meson\ JCBBC Ogden, Frank Rey
IIr! >Hrtlmnn'lI red blood flowing thru nolds attended the party ut Mrs. A.
your veins should get out and 1ry K Smith's Friday night.
: / casting for gone fish. Just Imagine I T. N. Mmbaugh!: of Starke, passed
( mighty.\ )' black liana striking your lute through here Saturday enroute to
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I , ut the end of u flue silk line--imagine IIrooll<'r.Marvin. S
e I him going down through: the cool I Ogden was a visitor here ,
\ }, weedy depth, making tho line fairly Tlienday
'f sing!: In the way it cuts the water- Mrs. Omage: Rosier was a visitor toTuesduy.
i I\ I''' imagine: how thin plunging, jerking" .

,, "L !, ppiiited J filthier!: makes your frail- Robert( Price was a visitor here Fri.
r: kr looking, slim steel rod bend to the

1 i' danger point. Ah I no wonder you day.Willie Mar, the infant daughter: of
,,t l t ,' \ give: away to him, fearing to attempt Mrs. Parrish, passed away Friday at
:a;..' to hold by main force. o'clock a. m. Sympathy is extendedthe
,I I STLAKHI and he darts to the surface bereaved ones. 1I

;' J and. in u deeming: fury throws I'dcl; Smith, of Gainesville, was a
r ;, I.k himself into the air a shining silvery, visitor here Thursday.
:, quivering mass, filled with light and Rev Williams filled his regular: appointment "
+ anger. Splash, again-and he dives' here Saturday and Sunday. I
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;'; :. down to the bottom; you feel the burn Charlie Smith, of Hawthorn, is visiting
I
L 1:' ", of the silk line as it glides through his brother, A. K, Smith.L. .
I,, your trembling fingers. By now he W Anderson made a business I l
: , has you perspiring; you start to get j I'I trip" to Jacksonville Saturday.Lee .
f
'.S k Ii up you sit'down, you are on the anxious 'II Burrows is visiting his aunt
t 1 seat everyone of the Hecondr' Mrs. W. II. Sloan, for a few days.
,,1 I I i: which seem minutcH. Now, what do J'I'I'I Herbert Anderson war in Starke '
Is he equal to skill, *
1 I you think? your Saturday. |
your presence of mind, your craftl-1 Mr. and Mrs. Underhill, of Pines 1
'
i II ness, or are you equal to his cunning, Level, attended church here Sunday [ ,
his ?
strength
his quickness, and afternoon. I
Then, slowly you lead him to the boat, I MM.. Alfred McKinney and Lois +
t your hand slips into the water; you Moody, of Graham attended church ,
; ':.' disdain to use a net or a gaff on aj here Sunday \
,' prize like this, and then-Swlsht! and Rev. Barnes preached a very interesting
I he goes again.: You must let him have'' sermon Sunday afternoon.
I q his final fling. Again you slowly. bring I I I Marr Roberson is very sick at his
:. him to the boat and then your fingers: home
r 'I;; slip down into his gills: you swing him i -
.: n: Into the boat. lie is yours then--a ten INFLUENZA ON THE nE'REASEi I 41
( ,}' pound black bass and every ounce containing ,
r. five pounds of fight. You take i!i FLORIDA
!pi i him down to Quigley: Lumber Com-
,', pany's hardware store und enter him The recent epidemic of influenza
i !i in the prize contest. I touched ""Iorida. but in a very mild
I." That's casting for game fish. That's manner, and now that the moderate
; why men look forward to every holiday weather has arrived, it U disappears -
'
.": 1 + ; why they steal away from their i Some of the northern states are
l ;! '. daily work as often as possible and having cold weather at present but GAIETY THEATRE
\ go: to their favorite laker. That's why the Influenza appears to be decreasing
men leave luxurious homes and rough: there also. It Is thought if this spring
f'\ \ it at a camp, put Up with fares far inferior weather stays. on it will be only the
to what they get at home; matter of a short. time before the epidemic
leave nice soft beds and Bleep even in ,will be forgotten.: Monday and Tuesday, February 23 and 24

i a burn, rise at daybreak, when at .
1 home to rise at eight!: would be a hard. ZIFP7ilf
o. "r ship; row a boat mile after mile without
; : \ tiring or complnining-all of these , i Feb. 20.-Services were held at
i; and more trials of like nature will Dedan) Sunday by Rev Woods.

1. men Ktund. And for why We know The storm Thursday night: did quite The biggest and sensation scored
in the realm of the silent
greatest ever
If
'' ;! of but one nnswer. It's for the pleas u bit of damage: through: our -
1\\ lire and satirfaction that is secured infighting I.omio Thomas was on the flection'j

"t i/ the gamy, battling: king: of lust. week. Drama---surpassing his "Birth of a Nation"and "Intolerance"in
the waters on his homo ground in a :Mrs J. It. Thomas and daughter,
oi good! III\IIRI'p--that'lI the compensation. Rhoda, were business viritors to Gra- ,
,t r1 Then too to be a fisherman you must hum Saturday gripping public interest. Whirls through to the
,\ : go outofdoiirs.oi must go where Rufus Padgett is very ill at this I you space scene
4i,j the air U purehera there is plenty writing I11' |
(t S of sunlight: breezes trees. You mllllt :\ und :Mrs. J. W. Lewis and children |I of war activities as nothing else in the world can do.
\ get next to nature away from, your spent the week-end at New Riv
daily environment1; you live a different er. [
I life, eat different foods, breathe Eugene Crosby was a visitor in out-
liJTrront air Kvcrything in different section> Sunday. I Ii
and your well-being is Improved In I i Services will be held ut Rock next The
,, I, I fonm-qufrneo. Till accounts for the,,,I Saturday and Sunda)'. Everyone in. most entertaining love story since "Romeo and
reason that many of us make! fishing vited. I I Ii "
'i --. Juliet. Told to an obligato of strife
our hobby, and every rl'd.1 blooded man I such as his-
' should. l have a hubby lie owes it to ('ii tLIREN) : ATTEMPT: TO WRECK jl jlI
.g""" I himself, to his I>business his family, I A. C. L. TRAINS tory has never chronicled.

" 1\1111. yen even hit country because it -
.. a I' makes him a broader, wiser and more Their desire to sec a train wreck
'n t even-tempered man Is there a more i led Ralph Thomas, 11 years old, and
"i I commendable hobby, than one which Oreida Stafford 8 years old, to place
e brings you in clone touch with nature, cross ties on the trucks of the Atlantic Remarkable record of 591 consecutive performance in Greater New York; Twenty weeks Philadelphia
i in touch with her streams, lakes, trees Const Line railroad, at a point Twenty-one weeks in Boston Twenty-two week. in -
in
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(" and aquatic! people' ? about 2U: miles from Jacksonville, Chicago, Sixteen weeks in Pittsburgh, Four
))1.t '. Think it over What single: sport urday afternoon and 1 Sunday sot'l: week in Buffalo, Fourteen week in Lo. Angeles, Eighteen week in San Francisco.
f offers u greater opportunity for per imperiling! the lives of '

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," Witnessed in Washington by President Wilson and hi. Cabinet and all the
member of
Diplomatic Corps.
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1 \ 'Let's top it off'with a good smoke1'Chesterfield

'- 18 Months in
:\ Making---Battle Scenes From Battlefields of France
hits the
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NOTHING

f fields. And the blend Cheater can't

} J* cofird-W* a secret. PRICES: 50 and 75c, Plus War Tax

No use looking for
IS, '
tisfy anywhere but in TIME: First Show 6:00 O'clock Second

,.. ;I Chenterficlds. Show 8:30 O'clock J

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H:1.H tourists traveling on special trains to to a cross tie at a point between Bald-- -
L Florida rerorts. win and Maddox, which had They soon heard train No. \05
I apparent the first to ter hearing the story of the case, dl'1>
: Three attempts were made by the ly been placed on the track with tho bound for South report Ptnrida the occurrence, reeled that they be severedly chnnti'"
children to wreck trains in a similar intention of wrecking the train. La- for the Seaboard points blowing ed either by the special officer or bv

E, manner all of which were unsuccessful ter In the afternoon, Saturday, the ,, win. Then they crossing ot Bald- their parents and allowed to return. \
sawthe
and while making the fourth at- crew of train No. 9, Jacksonville to St. I(I come out of It thicket along youngsters the home. Mr. I'inkoHon stated last t n ,,'

tempt, they were arrested by Charles Peterrburg, reported a similar occur I and drag a cross! tie onto the road that he had seen to it that the ell 01 "'" '"'
Pmkoson chief of police of the Gainesville rence. i They then returned to the rails. were punished and had their prom<'
woods to
division and Special Officer Pellet Then: again, I await results. The to wn'c*
Sunday make to
morning, train'I officers r'mo\'OI( the no further attempts
f ff of the Gainesville! police force. r9; struck a similar obstruction loss tic and went after the children. haying trains.-Gainesville Sun.
f Two of the attempts were made Saturday than a mile from the point where the I taken' them Into custody they- -

ff Shortly after noon engineer ethers had reported wrecks proceeded to
attempted Baldwin where
they Colds Cause aDd Influenza
f Hunt, train Ne. 95, bound for St. Petersburg The officers went to the scene and hiding I mumcated with 1.. O. com Clrlp '"
reported that he had run In- in the bushes, awaited mother at- McArthur division LAXATIVE DROMO Q'JIMNETableta! remove '
superintendent here, who cauiw. There la only one "Bromo Qulu
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J. .; '. Told by Our Exchange I The World's Largest Tire Factory ,I



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,.110.1;tIi':, eat! acreage ever planted to I A meeting: of a large number of the Building 30x3, 30x31 and 31x4-incli Tires

i\,!\ Boar has been planted this potato growers of the Tastings; sec r
(r, the. vicinity of Dade City. tion was held Wednesday to discuss

I : !tt : the potato situation and from the re-

i If, :city council of Dade City;: has ports brought in by various growers

,, -,acted with S. W. Hamilton to it was unanimously decided that the 1
Ij *;./#*'a ten-inch well near the well allit loss would be 20 per cent from the recent Owners of small cars can enjoy the same

rtadjr, in use in connection with the heavy floods. which inundated the '
relative value in Tires that
fields. Ideal high Goodyear
lit city, !,;-waterworks. weather conditions fol.

I I.I.: ).}; lowing the rains ir responsible for the Yry, gives utmost satisfaction to owners of big, t .
J tj.JiC0v.. fcatts has appointed J. L. flux comparatively small losses which will r I

I to t>. sheriff of Lake county to succeed be sustained. 'n b costly motor carriages. t ,
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L.'C. Smith who was appointed clerk .
/ ',of the circuit court filling the office for The Palm February Beach term of circuit court They can take advantage of that tremendous I II
left the death county convened last I
I vacant by of H. H. Duncan -
.'; Tuesday. Among the trials that will amountofequipmentskillandcareemployed '
arouse the widest interest is that of I

Grace V. Howell, who, for the third by Goodyear to build tires of extraordinary I
;Tbe navy department has selected time will answer to the charge of killIng
St. Petersburg as a site. for a high- her husband, Thomas S. Howell, I i worth in the 30x3', 30x3'/i-' and 31x4-

powered radio station. The plant will of Miami. At the first trial a verdictof inch

be installed on a site presented to the guilty was returned; the case was sizes. k
navy department by the city with a brought: here from Miami for retrial
ninety-year lease. and again a conviction was obtained.A They can secure these tires without waiting, i

new trial was granted by the
presiding despite the demand because
After trying to take the life of Mrs. judge.: It is expected that the ( enormous ,

Kate Brunson, of Jacksonville, A. B. defense will again be insanity.J. in addition to its larger sizesGoodyear builds i
Meyer turned the revolver on
name
himself and committed suicide. The W. Richmond, an old time printerat '!!' an average of 20,000 a day in the world's .

shooting occurred Wednesday morn- Bonifay is a happy man. After I'' ''II'' largest tire factory devoted to the three l lII'l
ing and was witnessed by several peo- more than five years waiting he has t
ple. received a deed to 80 acres of land l/ sizes mentioned.

which he bought of the Wood LumberCo. '' Ij

Thirty thousand rats have been kill before he came south. Mr. Rich- If FordChevrolet Maxwell
ed in Jacksonville by the rat crusaders mond says that he traded his home In you own a ,

since the beginning of the rat killing Michigan for the 80-acre tract of land II or any other car using one of these sizes, go
campaign a couple of weeks ago. This land and came here to take charge of
means that Jacksonville has been saved his purchase, but that the company to the nearest Goodyear Service Station

from more than sixty thousand dollara' failed to deliver him the deed until 1
and
Dealer for Tires
Goodyear Goodyear
worth of destruction of property he was beginning to start suit for the

l in 1920. deed. Now that he has the land he Heavy Tourist Tubes.

has begun suit for $25,000 damages: J

Tuesday while fishing from the dock against the company for holding: him '

at' Apalachicola, Miss Lawson, of out of the deed.
:
II'
,Nashville Tenn., hooked an alligator
which was finally landed on the wharf Carl Kettler, Jr., was on trial for
.with.assistance. The gator measured the third time Monday night: on the
aix feet two inches and the lady will charge of violating a Palm Beach city

4, take the animal to Nashville as evidence ordinance by keeping; open his placeof t

of her prowess as angler. business, a moving picture show, on .
","A" far Sunday, the six jurors bringing in a

.,;J; k89de; for state printing will be received verdict of "not guilty" after less than
until March 8 1920, instead of five minutes of deliberation. The two
w until Feb. 16th., as ,originally advor- previous trals ended< in disagreementon 30.3V4 Goodyear, Double,-Cure'ti Goodyear, Heavy Tourist Tulv are hick, strong fines lliatreinforce
*
,]:tiled by the board of commissioners the part of the jurors and the case Fabric, All.Wcathrr 7rrad.-,. OS casings properly Why risk a goat tuiunit withclirap A '
tiihrl (nHxIyrar Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more \
'if f of state institutions, this being made attracted much interest. and attention. '
limn ruhr of lena merit. 30x3'size in
3Ox3'A Goodyear Single-Cure waterjiTCO!
|'necessary account of delay in get- The issue was one in which the liberal 1'nbricVnriSkld Tread:_ $1?f5- proof 606............................ .... ............................", -
ting out specifications\ application of Sunday laws was directly
,. involved and brought; to a head
\
the question of whether not "lib-
Hslnea. city will send a free car off or a 'I,
eral Sunday" should. supplant the theories .
grapefruit to the mayor of New York
and precedents of Puritanical
,r Kttty; to be used in fighting the "flu." Sabbath.

", if All .hands, women and chldren, are I i iI

j', off to the groves picking the Hill Top
jj'brand and from the time it leaves the The state road department mot at I

i |,trees to the time when it is passed by the call of State Chairman Smith at
.. Orlando to further consider the bid I '
:P a nurse to the fevered patient, there is
|not to be any charges or cost. of James Y. Wilson, of Jackronville
d' for the construction of fifty-four milesof

',#; The steamship Monticello cleared hurdsurfaced road for road No. 1 I m.ra.a..r.. .1

,;from ,Seaboard docks at Fernandinafor between Lake City and Jacksonville.'
7th with of The outcome of the conference was the
/[ Denmark Feb. a cargo ., .
-- - - --
-- --- ---
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awarding of the contract to the firm. i - 1
rock. From best
"'J1:'!1 ,500 available tons records phosphate this is claimed to The road is to be built sixteen feet 'Dogs were put in the trail, one of HAlLWAY STRIKE OF .1,000,000 the county metropolis Saturday. -
wide of brick which they shot. A armed in BEGIN ON Mr. and Mrs P. M. Geiger of Wal- .
. ''J be the largest of phosphate too grouted, to be In keep- posse WILL I EH. 17 COFFINS CASKETS
cargo ing with the resolution recently adopted 1 five automobiles, went in pursuit and do, motored to Theressu Sunday and
, leave of the United States. And a full line of
any port by the state road department. The the capture was effected late in the af. spunt the day with her parents Mr.
: '
h",' ,'pi-l ,' work on the road will start Immediately ternoon. Detroit, Feb. 9.-A strike of 800- and M.... M. Hall. Undertakers' Supplies "
. ?,,;'Frank C. Pierce, who covers many and will be completed in twen I 000 workmen of the United Brother Rev. E. C. Dickens, of Lake City t Automobile Hearae. 1
,J. sections of South Florida in the interest hood of maintainunce of and will fill hill I
,"' J besides ty-four months, the time limit set. At way regular appointment at Always on hand. The best ac. ..
Co. of
,' ; of the Texas says, a mass meeting representative employes of railway shops laborers the Daptistchurch Saturday and Sun. >
",V;:numerous smashups, it is almost unbelievable The road will cost in the neighborhood : citizens of Tallahasroe and Leon county was called today for Tuesday, February vice at the lowest price. Special

l. as to the number of' ani- of one and a half million dollars. held Tuesday afternoon, a resolution 17, at a meeting of the general day.Mr.. and Mrs, Perl Prevail, of Jackronvillu attention to telegraph orders.
i mala killed by auto drivers. In the was unanimously adopted requesting -
,
chairman here. The strike was announced arrived hero Sunday for a
Capt. II. E. Ellis of
Leesburg has
{:'patt week he has seen buzzards pick- the county tax assessor to Registered Embalmer
Allen I'arker grand
(, perfected of by president few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. W.
of and cattle that a process manufacturingpaper all in the
bones
ing the hogs assess property county upona after communicationsfrom A.
numerous June ,
,4 fed dozen or more fam"g from nawgrass and other reed CO cent valuation baslr. The DcWITT C. JONES 't'
; would have a per vice .
I and weed material that abound in J. II. Mallory, grand Jlrl'B'id'nt Messrs. Clydu Mullady, I'ercy Griffin
'
Jea for a month. Florida. The sample' is tough and statement was made by proponents of conducting negotiations with the and Jim Maxwell, of Hampton, Starke, Fla. '

tenacious and would make an excellent the resolution that only the business railroad ..<'171111 .Klii'tioii ht WiiHhirir* were in our section Thursday after .------- %) -
*%\ ; Immediate expenditure of two and with property of Tallahassee is assessed at ton in which Mallory advised the noon. '
wrapping and further
:
!a half million dollars on development process would paper make a good grade of that value, personal property, homes brotherhood that no hope for a favor- Messrs. 11. S. Roebuck and S. D. "DIAMOND DYE" OLD ':
,;3 of the phosphate industry in Florida and farms being assessed varying exists. ,
newsprint. One of the visIting upon able settlement Wooilurd were business visitors to '1
gentlemen
I Is assured through the sale. of that and lower valuation. Farms in ,, Slaiku Sunday and Monday. GARMENTS LIKE NEW
at Silver1 Lakes interested in ten """"""""'"' -4> -- -- r-- -
,lf nnv in stock of the Southern Phosphate various of the not I i
parts county are
W. E. Baker, of Lake Geneva, WUHu
mills In Michigan Habitual Constipation Cured
making faded
of Boston and work paper ; high: Any woman can dye shabby I Iwrsrfg
Company grade book papers from spruce, says bearing their proportionate bhare of in 14 to 21 haysNLA1k visitor hero .Sunday. apparel> l whether wool, ulllc cot
'arts' expected to begin: at an early date he is. certain that the Florida saw taxes and the same condition existson I -FIS WITH PEPSIN" is a spwlallv The farmers of this suction are pre- ton. linxii, or mixed. KIKHH| to any color,
:;:'fonfPolk county properties already grass would make excellent homesteads, perronal property, etr. i>remrcdSyrupTonlc-t.axatlveforHuhltuiil| I piinngto mulch their strawbvi"ries. Just )like< now, l>v following .lniiln, dirimtion -
'owned by this concern, which is one wrappingpapers. The meeting had as ita object the devising Constipation.. It relieves promptly hut Mr. and Mrs Henry, Koon and little in sail package| of "UlamonJ I>y
oflthe largest: phosphate companies ,,, means of increasing the county I should t be taken regularly for M to 21 days won, Eugene; of Punta Goidu, are - - "
lathe world. available for teachers' salar- to Induce regular union. It Stimulates arid '
I I revenue potted to arrive for u visit with her WOI/HJ I Li I Child .
} E.: V. PalmquiHt of Hallandule] was I 11 Knitulnuis. Very Pleasant to fake.e lOc i No a Healthy
'in. ies, contending that the teachers are a parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Puclgcll. with ... '
Punta attacked Monday by a negro Fred Ixittle.I All itillilrnn trmihli'd" worm. an un- il
I Gorda Will honored by a vis- I I Miller who shot at Palmquint five receiving entirely. too little compensation I Lr ------. They will make the trip by auto. JirtHlihvc'uliir.which "..hI.ides poor bleed andatarulr. 1I
or
>.r.1t; from Abraham Lincoln and George and arguing: that to increase their I .Ilium I* mare nr IHMI Htotnafll' dlnrurlxinra.
> visitor
six times without effect. The trouble Til Kit ICSS AThcrcsHa C. A. Youngblud was a to 6111Prr.'sTAS1LIdY9rldliTONIt: : ; givnnreaul.rly:
,Washington, two Seminole Indians salaries would result in and bet-
started when Ptilmquist went to takea more Waldo Monday. fur two or throe wm-lit will nnrU'h the M,0..1..| 1m
V who were induced to l leave the fastness ter teachers. the dlae 'ion. cud act 'a Gmiaral Stritiiiithfining
The fifth Sunday school union meeting prove a
number of colored men to his farm. _Mrr. E. I.. Sib-
Feb. 20
,
,of their homos in the Everglades.: Abraham lunlo to HIM whole nyatnm. Nature will thou
of HID New River Association will
much interested Some were dissatisfied and one used ley returned Saturday to her home at t"wwotror dl.'llhewut....,and the Child; wit! ntla
and George; : were language which reHented.It convene at Hope church February 27- aerf.cthealth, I'Ieas.nttotale.. tau a.hala.
Palmquist several
in the flivver in which they made Ocucc, after spending days .
iilttli.\ Everybody; cordially Invited to -- ---- -------
the trip as well as other things; com was at this time that Miller, who DON'T LEAVE STARK[ here with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. : ,

'mon to the paleface. They purchaseda was back from the rest interfered by C. A. Voungblood, and sinter, Mrs. II. I attend. ||1L n ,-iTr. _, .___ ,m.-?,--,_ ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE i
large order of goods the major portion attacking Patmquiiit. Palmquist then F;. Moorer.
HIGHLAND s
of which were highly; colored calicoes. came to Fort Lauderdale and secureda Herman Roberts, warrant for Miller's arrest. Whenhe Name "Bayer" is on Genuine 1
after-
; No Need to Seek Afar The Evidencela business visitor hero Thursday
returned he found the negro with Highland, Feb 20.-Mrs. T. E.: EngebretMpn :'
at Your Door. noon. left Wednesday for Stuartto Aspirin-say Layer ;
ds Preliminary work for the ('onstruc.1 I I a shotgun. The negro opened fire and Mr. and Mrs Jim Koon, of Waldo, I' ,
Palmquiftt took to cover and when followed No need to leave Starke to hunt up and Sunday with join her husband and make their )
tioti'Of Key West's great submarine proof because have It here at spent Saturday night I future home.M. .
by the negro; returned the fire, you
base for which the government has her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. P. I'ad- .
wounding him. Later when the sheriff borne. The straightforward state L. Grew returned from Jacksonville
1 $2,500,000 available, has commenced. and deputies arrived on the scene they ment of a Starke resident like that gett.C.. i Saturday after a few days' visit ;
Immense barges; loaded with material found the negro hiding; underneath a given below boars an Interest for every A. Youngblood was transacting there.
are arriving; daily and a large force of bunk, still holding a revolver in a man woman or child here In business in Hampton Friday. Messrs. II. C. Wimberly, Jr., J. |{. L. ,
men are employed in erecting offices, wounded and badly swollen hand. Stark. Sim Thomas, of Louise, was a visitor !- Kelly and W. M. Wimberly made a ,

storehouses repair shops and other O. J. Griffin, prop. of grinding mill here Thursday afternoon trip to Starke Friday.E. I ?

buildings: that will be necessary dur. STATE NEWSA and cotton gin N. Walnut St., says: Samuel and Percy Woodard were Wilkinson is here for a week's h
ing the period of time the building of bunch of three young desperadoes .VA few years ago I was having con- visitorr V Hampton Wednesday af- visit with his family before returning -

the great project is in progress: whichIt -well grown negroes from the reform siderable trouble with my buck and ternoon.C. to his work at Roy. I .

..is estimated will be about three school at Marianna-were rounded up kidneys. My back became sore and A. 'Youngblood naH cola nis farm, Itcv. T. E. Carter, of Hideout, held I bald oa 'Dayer Tablet of Aspirin

;>:,years. at Orange: Hill Tuesday by a posse. painful and it didn't take much to 1 stork and farming Implements to H. the regular monthly meeting at the i In a "Bayer" pAokag,* containing proper
These young braves appear to have cause It to twitch. I felt achy and M. Hersey and expects to move one Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. direction for Headache. Cold., Vats,

Head" enjoyed "Cold la of the Na..1 catarrb .... taking French leave of the school. the way my kidneys acted proved they where they will reside. Their DcLand, are upending a while at the .11.'.. means genuine for nineteea Ajptrla ,
.. attack prescribed by physician
Is_ who acute us .ub.t to fr.qu.nt oolde They stole an auto at Mariannn, broke were in a weakened condition. I took many friends here regret to lose them Dennett farm west of here. year Uandy tin bole of 12 tablet
..,," will and that the eve" of into stores at various towns. The Doao's Kidney Pills and got Immediate but wish them much success in their Messrs. Click and Perryman, of ot few cent Aspirin U trade mark

bedWLup th CATARRH. System, cleansCth. Blood car was ditched near Chipley. They relief Soon the trouble entirely new home. Jacksonville, were bualners visitors of Bayer Manufacture of )loaoac tioocldeater '
ISa r.nd.r eh.... !... liable Catarrh to cold may. were later captured and lodged: In the l disappeared. I hove had no recurrence Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace were Saturday. of BaJif7Uoacid. .w
Mp.at.d attacks Clf Acute where of the complaint since"Price Starke Saturday.Mrs. Sheriff J. E. Weeks and ion, Jim-
Ckroada Bon if ay jail, they made it lively shopping in
1'ALL'CATARRH'd to rEDICINE' the U Blood takS. for Sheriff! Johnson Monday night j j I'I 60.,. at all dealers. Don't S. H. Woodard returned Saturday mie, were transacting business here Miss Mattie U. Harley, of Lawtey,

_. l.t.1I', _!d lurf.ace....thr. of<>ulI'the' B".t..... they escaped, broke into a hardware imply ask: for a kidney remedy-get morning from Brldgend, after a Wednesday. was the weekend guest of Miss Win.
Kua.
b. ,..,
JltJ Dnt< tl0II00: for CATA.n',RH_-"MEDICINIG will Dot ,, rifles and ammunition; then rifled Mr. Orlffln bad. roetor-MIIburn On. her husband who will spend. the Friday i C. Griflls returned to his home near
: 01.... another store from whence they Mfr., DvtTalo, N. Y. week with his family: Mr. and Mr l. D. L. Rigby of Starke Starke Monday after a visit at the
--1. tb.a.r Co. Tol.se. were frightened by a telephone call. 'I II I Messrs. C. A. You cblood and It. E.'were week-end visitors. home of T. S. Mosley.

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