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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 27, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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[,erer From Pernicious AnaemiaFor Friday afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock Telegraph's announcement column Lake Butler\ Feb. 27.-One of the ,

Several years Mrs D. C. Jones was hostess at a delightful has three addition this week I'. Starke People Who Come Under Pro- happiest events taking place in Lake The next attraction offered by the

Iff' informal reception in honor of M. Padgett, member of the school vlniona of War Retrnue Act 1 Butler for many years was the golden Alkahest Lyceum System will be held
Washington, Feb. 20.-Rear Ad. her house guest, Mrs. Harold C. Wil- board for district No. 2, announces I wadding anniversary of Rev and Mrs. at the high school auditorium next I

_J 51 Robert Edwin Peary, retired lingham, of Marietta, Ga. that he will be a candidate for re-elec : Samuel Stephen Proctor, which was Wednesday March 3rd, it being"The F

feet, explorer and discoverer of Mrs. Jones received in the living tion. Mr. Padgett has made a valuable Chapter 2S7 of the War Revenue I celebrated Monday, Feb. 23, at their Columbia Sextette," it being' a company -

north pole, died at his home here room which was effectively decorated I member of the board. He is a successful Act requires that a )list of the names spacious home on Dekle street The of six All American young: ladies -

from pernicious anaemia from with potted plants and vases of pink I business man and our school of persons making: income tax returnsbe : day was one round of pleasure from presenting an All American

'. b he had suffered for several Enchantress carnations affairs need the services of such men. posted at the postoifice from which the! beginning to the end. program different in style and mater

7U"".. Arrangements'for the funeral Mrs. Willingham wore rose satin He should, and doubtless will, receivea the return is made. Postmaster Alvarez All the children except Mrs Belle lal from anything yet presented 1Starkc. .

..have not been completed, but will and georgette crepe; Mrs. Jones an strong endorsement of his record asa has received and posted the list O\erby, of Richmond, were present .

a 1 : lie,'buried with full naval honors afternoon frock of pink charmeuse\ member of the board. is Starke people making returns for Mrs. A. 11. Hancock and daughter,, The Columbia. Sextette' conies to us

'.'* l-Admiral Peary submitted to a blood with drapery of georgette. J I I Mr. J. D. Baxter, one of the substantial the calendar year 1918. The following Miss Hettie, of Due Run, Ga., and Mrs this season after gaining a reputatio.

;transfusion at a hospital here 10 daysfllPl Victrola music was enjoyed during' I citizens of the Brooker section names appear on the list: Wm Rhodes and little daughter, Ireneof on last summer's chauCauquas as on.

:'a He was removed later to his the afternoon. announces his candidacy for J. M. Alvarez J. W. Alvarez, A. W. Moultrie, Ua., nieces of Mrs. Proctor of the finest ladies' orchestras OB

'. '(;home and his condition was reported In the dining room palms end I I member of the school board for district Anderson G. A. Anderson, Bank of were also present on this occasion tour ,

"r I'; '' as somewhat improved. He Southern smilax were used to advan- No. 3. Mr. Baxter is an earnest Starke, Bradford County Bank I If. L.Brownlee. The children and their families who While emphasis is laid on the instrumental -

.-\ gradually grew weaker, however, and tage. The dining table was laid withan supporter of our public school system E. T. Campbell Paul E. were present were, tom Proctor, of features, the vocal selections -

;J' the end came early this morning. Dr. exquisite rluny lace cloth, centered and will give the county good service Canova, Mrs Florence E. Canova C. llartuw; Mrs 1'. P. Dokle and family, are on a par with the instrumental "
;:1.,H. F. Strine, the admiral's physician, with a crystal basket of Enchantress r 1 I{ as a member of the board. P. Cason, A M. Darby, E. Davis, Robert of Five Mile; Mrs. Nannie Lou Varnuii and songs ore interspersed ''I

disclosed that the blood transfusionthis carnations and plumofla fern. I I I Judge Thos. J. Dekle, of Lake Butler Demorest, Albert Freeman W. B. and baby of Uurtow, and Miss Marshall throughout the program, also costumed 1.
month was the thirty-fifth towhich A delicious ice course with French announces his candidacy for the Harvard! S. R. Johns D. E. knight, and Arch Proctor of Luke Butler selections, humorous and HerloiMtradings J r

Admiral Perry submitted mints was served carrying out the office of county judge.; Judge Deklp Elmer Lazone, T. N. Limbuugh: Kate Grandma Richard and Mr. Henry and varied solos f t

within two years. color motif of pink and white. Serv- held this office for eight years and it Livingston G. 'C. Livingston, I F, II. I Vurnes were present to partake of the Miss Ruth Timme, drummer and 1 ".i

Admiral Peary was 64 years old ing in the dining room during the afternoon ha. been generally conceded that his Long, A. V. Long, E. S. Matthews, I liountiful dinner with this' happy fam rl'ut'r.! head the company, and is auniverHiil t
and .htered the navy as a civil engineer were Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. administration one of the best in Henry G. Mason, J. W. Morgan, ComerL. ily. favorite

on October 26, 1881. He was James II. Ritch, Mrs C. E. Ahearn the history of the county Peek J. L. Peek, W7 C Powell, L. At three o'clock, foity-seven of thu Remember the date, Wednesday, v

assistant engineer, Nicaragua Ship Mrs. A. W. Anderson and Mrs. R. A. County Commissioner: Drew Reddish G. 1'0we1N.\, T. Hitch, Sam Rosen invited guests armed to share in thu! March :3rd.DISTRICT. ,i

Canal, under government\ orders, 1884 Weeks of the Ruiford-Lawtcy district was a berg, Frederick F. Stump, G. C. i-ek-bralion.. Mr, anil Mrs. 1'I'I.torIItood. -- .- -., -- - 1* 1

and 1885. Returning to the United About forty guests enjoyed this delightful visitor to Starke Saturday, and while Sweat Angle Sternburg, Nat Stern- and to the strains of Lohen REGISTRATION OFFICIOUS :

State he became interested in artic function, among whom were here asked the Telegraph to announce berg, Henry L. Stevenson, Wm. StruthJ. grin's wedding match played by Mrs .

;, explorations and 34 years ago he Mrs. E. L. Kerley, of Glasgow: Ky., that he would not be a candidate for M. Tatum, J. M. Truby, Albert J. A. C. Strickland end hud nil opportunity "

< :: made his first' trip to the north, Mrs. T. J. McBeath, of Jacksonville re-election. Mr. Reddish says he finds Williams, W. B. Young., to shake hands with this couple Notice is hereby given that the reg :;
making a reconnaissance of the1j1't and Mrs. L. E. Jordan, of Oviedo. I a 1 more pleasure in tilling his fields thanin I and express their good wishes,, istration books of Bradford county -.;

t Greenland ice cape, cast of Disco -. taking part in political matters, and SCHOOL; BOARD MET IN CALL: having already expressed<< their love will be open In each voting precinctof

t1.'If.Ba,., ATTENTION, BARBERS I is entirely willing for someone else to SESSION by the numerous beautiful and useful the county from March 1 1020 t. :.
'\ :; ,Returning to the United States, he have the office he now holds. I gift. Mrs. Proctor carried a bouquetof April 6, 1920. Thereafter da. book <

",:>:$? ',... engineer in charge of the Nicaragua Jacksonville, Feb. 23.-Under new' Prof. R. A. Greene, principal of the The board met in cull session Feb orange blossoms brought by her will be open at the office of the super.' I

'. Canal surveys and invented I regulations just adopted by the state county normal school at Lake Butler 2th( with the following members pres son from Barlow visor of registration at the courthouse '

; rolling: lock gates for the canal but board of health every barber shop in and candidate for life office of county A duet, "Put on Your Old Gray Bonnet in Starke during the month of April. ''i .1

rAKtbe lure of the arctic was on him andY Florida will be placed on a strictly judge, spent Sunday in Starke, the ent.L.. C. Powell, P. M. Padgett and T. ," was sung by Mrs.! A. C. Strick District registration officers have bee. \I 1!
\.\,he again! turned northward. In June sanitary basis. o I guest of his parents. When it comesto B. rmholHter. land and Mills Marshall Proctor. This appointed In the several precincts of ::1 a '
H'!, 1891, he led his first big polar Among other things the rulings: I the county as follows:
expe the political game Mr. Greene is a The board being assembled for the Hong was so appropriate. and enjoyed
", ition, being head of the arctic expedition eliminate the use of styptic pencils, tireless worker and the race betweenhe I purpose/ of considering certain resolution ,,no much that the singers were linked Ijiwtey, No. 1, Louis II. hill
. of the of National finger bowls and powder puffs, and Luke Butler, No. 2, Wm. Johnson.
d. Academy and Jadge Dekle Is likely to level- from the banking and bond 1 company to render it over a nill. TliiH time over k
(1 Science forbid the employment of any Palestine, No. 3 J. II. Green.
person I
Philadelphia. '
invited to also
up into one of the most spirited con of Duke M. Fnison Co., of Chicago }body was sing
"Admiral Peary made seven other with an infectious or contagious dis tests of the present campaign. III. Same was rend by the secretary "When You and 1 Weio Young, !Mug Providence, No 4, I 1). C. Williams j
ease. Each shop must be supplied I Ilrooker, No. fi, A. A. Hnren.Slarko 1 t
expeditions into the arctic before he - and after minor changes same gie. f
finally was successful in reaching: the with hot and cold water, and where a JUDGE WILLS SITTING IN SUPREME 'was unanimously adopted. A flowery romance was then given I No fl, J. F. Klckliter. Il
tank is used no towels or utensils Hampton; No. 7 A. A. Futch.Uaifonl ,
'Ipole, returning in 1900 to find that COURT NOW J The board also asked the RecrVtaryi which proved very interesting. Aflt'rthe
must be dipped in the tank. No. 8, W II, Andrews Jr. '
.Dr. Frederick A. Cook was being i to take up the tnntter of price and gifts were opened by Miss Mar :
Fresh towels must be used for each I Worthington, N., !fI, R. T, Taylor.
praised as the discoverer. In 1913 he Judge J. T. Wills left recently for terms vlth the Burroughs Adding Ma shall, assisted by her sinters, Mrs. )Dottle
patron, and all instruments must be New
Rivar, No. 10, H. T. porm-11. :
:" ;was promoted to the rank of Rear sterilized after used sick Tallahassee, where ho was culled by rhino ('o., relative to putting one of and \Mrs. Vaines, everyone wu
being on a Grnhnm No. 11 C. B. Roberts.Theresa. .
:Admiral in the and the invited into the dining which I J
navy given telegram to sit in the courtof their machines in the superintendent'soffice I room,
person or a person with an eruptionon No. 12 R. M.
" King.
,1 thanks of wise beautifully decorated in gold
by special act. and
IJ. a
{ congress his face. No shop may be used for the state on some important cases. ,, j C! A. KNIGHT, "
urning: his atention to aviation, sleeping lie will return when this work is l finished I. C. POWELL.K. prit'ii. Tho dluules were drawn and n
a room. of )
\ [miral Peary became a strong advo- large: lump docoiatod for the occiwuon Supervisor Registration! of Brad
l.. -.- to resume culling the chancery R. POPPELl., Chairman I font ,'!
County, Flu. 2-27-21.
ite of aircraft development by the wit lighted. On lli table wits u wod-
#f' LARGE BASS CAUGHT docket in this circuit. I Secy and Superintendent .. .. .
:;J rnmerit and time and time again I Upon this departure, Mrs. Wills ding cake on \\hiih were fifty golden .'' ", -
ed adequate coast patrols in this Messrs. Archibald--Johns- W. B. Harvard I I went to her futher-in-luw's home in VALENTINE SOCIAL candles, which wiiiv liiclili-d. Then I EAST STARKE II'I ,
'r ktry, especially during the war came the lime when thu bride hud to ,
: and Roscoe McLane returned Starke to remain until the judge returned I Kant: Stroke
', Feb.. 27.-R.v. I E C.
//Ii od. : On Friday evening Feb 13th at blow them out one by one. Dcliciounoiiingo '
to this Gainesville Sun ,
from a fishing trip the first of the city Sounder, of Sunnysidf, filled his ,-
the home of Mr. pouch and wedding, coke were I appointment
week, blinking a ten and a quarter 25th. and Mrs. I F. II. hag, ul Kingwley lake ,
MILITARy MATTERS I the Epworth League of the Methodist served.A I Saturday
pound bass along with about ten smaller I nnd :Sunday:: I
fish. This large bass measured INTERESTING CONFERENCEWe church gave a valentine social. The live o'clock the guests departed, "
I Charlie, Cooper: attended ,church at
of At the meeting Monday night the twenty-five inches in length and eighteen :I occasion was much enjoyed by the declaring they had never seen a happier I I Randolph, Saturday night l

, ffitaembers of the new military company inches in girth, and was caughtby have r.ccclve. the program for Leaguers and a number of their family than the Proctor familyon Mr. Ravenback, of ,Waller l.aHRI.dthr..ugh .
-were measured for uniforms. The Mr. McLane. This is the largest: the fourth Florida state conference of ieiids. tins occasion. our burg ,
Sunday route to
measurements were Rent to Washing- black bass caught: in this vicinity for social work. This conference will begin The evening passed! pleasantly with Those' present were, Meiidamc S. Stuike. .
I music and singing. A special A, Richard, L, A, l uncanW.. C. Town- ;
and frames
cif n Tuesday for approval, as there the season. on the evening of March 12th I Edward: II. Smith, of Gainesville ;..
4{ be no ground for refusal, the pew and end on the evening of March 15th. 1 1 feature was a valentine postofllce sund,T. J. Townsend, W. M. Johnston, was visitor to this section \
forms, arms and accoutrements NEW GARAGEThe The place will be the tenth floor of where all received dainty messages 1'. M. Padgett; A. C. Strickland, J. E. Messrs.a Sunday Fred :,
13) I from Cupid. Delicious refreshmentsof Moines, J. M. Mann J. R. Chllatl1ill.C. Wlliiy and
y be expected to arrive here after Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville. The Jones of Starkn' .
ut six weeks. Until the rifles are Starke Garage and Machine Co., great length: of the program makes it I punch and wafers were served. 11. Register, It. Rosenberg, 1). W. :'meeting, at Randolph, attended school] Sunday prayer ,

the drills Monday nights will located in the fireproof building just impossible for us to publish it. A j I I I lI<>rum, G. W. Alderman, Once Pons, night .

e to be limited to marching and south of Bradford County Bank, offers great: number of social problems will : children boarded the train at Jacksonville Multio Markeo, C<< A. Epperson: 1>. W. J. D. Ricks, who has been workingwith

:h maneuvers us can bo executed its services to car owners. The manager be discussed by noted speakers, and ,' for a trip to Tampa, their home. Miller, Herbert Pi'tester, A, C. Wcrts, I thc Diiporit Co., at Waller has 'I"
bout arms. : J. E. Simmons, is an experienced those interested should not fail to attend ':The man was a Syrian and just come W C. Armstrong, Miss Fowler, Mrs.II. returned to his home. "
I I from Colorado where he had been toget L. Sprinkle, Miss Hattie Fowler.
jThc new company has been, at least automobile machinist, and no repairs the conference. We are sorry to report the Strong
iporarily, designated as "Company are too difficult for him. For car .- relief from pulmonary consumption Memir G. W. Alderman, H. Konon- family confined to their homo with the

First Regiment Infantry, N. G. F." troubles, accessories, gas: oil, free air, STRANGER DIES: ON TRAIN but tho disease had grown worse berg Henry Varncs, W. C. Townsend, Influenza
ajThere i is still room for a few more call on him. All work guaranteed. i and was now in its last stage Between E. W Miller, Henry Fowler, L. A. Messrs. Hogan Smith, Raymond t I

ember.. Get a move on you, boys. There is storage room for a limited Victim of Tuberculosis Breathes Last Lawtey and Saxton he was attacked Duncan.In Goodge and George PurrlHh of Sampson i
number of cars? See the advertisment On Arrival at Starke by hemorrhages, and when the evening from 8 to 10 Miss City were here Sunday night. -
1 Starke was reached life was nearly )Murhhall entertained a party of young
MOST DEPENDABLE of this concern in another column. I Miss Krma Carpenter of Tampa is
I When the southbound express ar extinct and he ,died just about the time folks in honor of her cousin, MISM Hot- ,
the guest of her. Kilter, Mm. R. O. i
'i< dThe Macon Daily Telegraph of Feb. THE FRANKING ABUSE. I'rived in Starke Wednesday night, ))r. Wills arrived. tie Hancock, which was a delight to i Strung::; ,

t 1th, gives the following about a there was a commotion aboard and a I The body was taken off the train the younger people that they, ton, f .-
i'.Starke' girl in connection with the According to a report made to the telephone call was sent to Dr. J, C. I and Funeral Director DeWitt C. Jones could have the honor of seeing the FATAL ACCIDENT: Tn! ) BKADFOKU

f { esleyan College girls' recent election Senate by Senator Smoot 30,144,362 Wills, stating that his services were was notified to take charge of it. The golden wedding decoiations In parlor MAN l
9''' of "superlatives." copies of speeches by cabinet officers needed immediately us a passengeron ,dead man' family continued on their and dining room and partake of I the t

P "Mime Ruth Diggs, of Starke, Fla., and others have been sent free the train was very ill. The train way to Tampa, where the widow intended delightful lefiehhiriciits. Those Jiien- : Miami', Feb. 21 ..W Douglass\ of
A fifftn first place in being the most dependable through: the mails and printed'at a was held! a few minutes to await the I to leave the children with relatives Nit were, Misses Ciyntal and j Laurel I Arch Creek, WIIM instantly killed, I.
' arrival of the while she returned to Starke. Armstrong, Mildred Roberts, Ettye
school. Miss Government of $442,000, physician ,
girl in the expense K:. I'ngli-M; of WampHVille, N. Y., wan
Diggs is a Senior, a member of the Y. since July 1, 1918. Former Secretaryof Col. D. E. Knight and Col. A, S. The Telegraph goes to press before and Cora Spires; and IIt.tUn I Hancock, probubly filially injured and C. W.
Starke tier, return that the name and other Monsrs. IA'ruyIhlt'li.! Carl Brown,
side centre the Treasury' McAdoo alone had Crows who were returning to so
"W. C. A. cabinet and plays Douglass, i'f I.ulu, father of the man
i$ 25,000,000 copies of speeches printed, from Jacksonville on the train mentioned particulars about her husband can 1ltrll'I'I'pIPH, Raleigh hulling, Homer
' tMt the Senior Basket Ball team. i who WIIH killed, WISH slightly: injured
y, n using: 758,89(1 pound of paper, and give the following particularsof not be given at this writing. Tho de.l'.alll'd Lc arid lamer; Adkuis.I I this afternoon by an explosion of dynamite -
free the mails while the circumstance: seemed to be about 25 yearsold ). W. forum spent the weekendwith
7:; 'n CARD) OF THANKS sent through as which they were transporting }
!. ..__ Senator Sherman somewhat naivelyput The rtranger with his wife and two his family, In a small bout on Biscayne Bay, about
We wish to extend our cordial it, "he thought he was a candidatefor MisHCH Eddie; and Cora Spires spent ten miles from hero. The explosionblew
the week-end with their parents ut
thanks to the many friends who were I President." This sounds very the bout to pieces.Mr. .

lh I M kind to us in our great bereavement bad, indeed, and, In fact, is bad, but Midway.The C. W. ]Douglass In "Waterman" j

May each and everyone of you bed it is exposing the blackness of the ket j HONOR ROLL OF BRADFORD Townsend, garage has been foirnerly sold to run Dick by Hew T. J. IlougliiHM, of the Guilford section, and ,"

blessed with as good friends when the tie without revealing at the same time both ho and his son have many friendsall ,

I f'ldark' hour of sorrow and trial over- the smut on' the pot The franking itt.O. the of his over this county, who deeply d.! ,- ,,
W. Maine was guest
,takes you. Very sincerely privilege has not been abused any (,lure the fatal accident and sympathize -
,b1re. J. C, Byrd and Family. more by the cabinet than by the sen COUNTY SCHOOLS FOR JAN. lion Miss, Dr.Ll/.r.lne J.: I 10. Maine Townsend last spent week Tues. with the bereaved relatives, and
The recent .
ators and representatives II 1 the same time congratulate the elder
day in Jacksonville, the guest of Mrs,
controversy over the franking of Sen bin
BAPTISTi ]Douglass on escape from serious
t ator Reed's anti-League of Nations Claud Davie injury or dealh.

Sunday school 10 a. m. speeches into the Third ,Missouri district BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL Seventh Grade-Amy Moore, Sinah ,J W. Townsend spent,. one day last '" - '--.- _.
to be used in an effort to defeata Moore.-Mrs. J. C. )Diggs, teacher. week In Jacksonville.
Morning worship, 11 a. m.
Manager Adams of the Camphor
Marcs tickle and Mrs. T. I D. Proctor' ,
Charles Fields J. D. Eighth Grade-Elizabeth
First Grade lirownloe
and Senior 6:30 candidate of the senator's own party ,
"B. Y. P. U. Junior lie
r'aim In town Thursday. .
and Mrs. C. L. Varnes and son of was
for Congress: is but an incident. Tons Griflls Herbert Roberts, Lester Price Iris Epperson, Eunice Perkins, Laura ,
m. bought laud of hardware Including a
,pl tons of paper are wasted in this Robinson, Thelma) Silcox, Leila Dea Wynn Arthur McRae, Comer Lon g.- Bartow, spent the week-end with relatives a (
Evening worship 7:30 m. upon Hardware
p. $126 range at UeWitt C. Jones i
Midweek service for business, pray- way and the postal department is Andrew., Beatrice Johns, Ave Lou Miss Carrie lolly, teacher. and fritinds. Store iI
i do this service free at : Poppell Louise Peek Coleman Williams. ! Ninth Grade Mrs. W R. Sherer and daughter; ,
ff and praise, 7:30 p. m. compelled to -Joyce! Brown, Madge several
kV' Let me urge that Bibles be broughtLttfthe the expense of the people. Time and I .-Miss Olive Ray teacher. Middleton..-.Mrs. J. Alderman, teach- Deluris, of Gainesville, spent Ward RAILROAD BILL SENT TO PRESIDENT s
days with Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
services. again the gross abuse of the franking I I Second Grade-Annie Mercer, Julia :

BLANCHARD D. LAW, privilege has been exposed and time Canova William Fenske, Thelma er.Tenth Gradu-Paul Canova, Nellie last week.

.y Pastor and again the House and Senate have I Andrews, Estelle Kendrick, Paul Steam .. Miss Kate Caplinger, Emma Dee Dandle entertained school the Washington, Feb. 25.-The railroad)
defeated efforts to have it abolishedor !I Knight, Doris Pope, Louise Hayes, teacher. people, ./ Lake Butler at the bill was sent to the White House todayand
house Fob. 20th.
METHODIST restricted. It is too easy a way to Merrill McMillan, William Duncan, Eleventh Grade-Gladys Brown, the president in expected to act on
saddle some of the re-election cam.palgn 1 Frank Ricks':-Mrs. J. C. Poppell.I Ruby Poppell. -M IBS Jeannette Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Preston! Williams, of another before the road
New River, were visitors with Mr and one way or
L. A. expensesof! the members upon j I Fourth Grade-Elizabeth Kendrick, teacher.
j Sunday school, 9:45: a. m., are returned to private control at
Mrs. W. E. Friday.
the public to be relinquished easily. Evelyn Pope, Jacob Green, Elise Jones Twelfth Grade-Hollla Knight, Doris -
avis superintendent. 12:01 next Monday.The .
1 Dr. Hodge of Gainesville will givea : a. m.,
Possibly Senator Smoot's exposuremay Gladys Russell, Donald King, George 1 Scott. -Prof. S. S. Dowling, teacher. !
(Preaching 11 a. m. by the pastor. lead to an airing of the whole Mills, Elizabeth Andrews.-Miss Jessie lecture Saturday at the club room measure is vigorously opposedby ,
1 Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. especially in view of the tremendous Thomas, teacher. and everyone invited to be present. the railroad brotherhoods and rep'f
Preaching 7:80 by Re-**. J. B. BoonRr subject, waste of paper it involvesat Fifth Grade-Florence ,Andrews, FOREST'. .- Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor had as resentatives now, 'in Washington. :A
tha Jacksonville PINE their guests daring the past week, .ett that he veto the measure will
presiding elder of a time when restriction of the alas Gussie May Bennett, Mary Canova, rq \
',' ,
d9strlct- ? af.-newtpapera.-the- owceMkf Jnf ,Hazel '"Middleton\ Miriam Ortegas. _. J .' Mrs. W. Rhodes and daughter of bemallebythCII.Q.A.lmilar: request .'

I The public' eordralr! t nviled"'o' tittend the people/,being ..4. ,.Harviett'Riteh.-Mau Lola peek Per. First Grade-Harry.Edward. Moultrie, c.;. MrsyiA/J'Uj J 4' J Hancock has been made by the managing<< director
and daughter Miss Hettfe 'of'Doe'Run of the Farmera' National' Council .
Second Grade-Gay Edwards. ,
[ the .ervTces, ', vocated byMme.who do not fully ron* -jryman.
J.:' :I C. DIGGS, derstand the gravity of such an act. Sixth Grade Koby Davis.-Miss Fourth Cr.d.-Lettle Edwards. Ga. They returned to their homes but other big: farmer organization

Pastor. -St. Louis Dispatch. Doris, E. Law, weber, Miss Blanche Edwards principal. Wednesday morning.ara'. favor the passage of the mssaure.wmar .


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f>'.- STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY: 27.Courfty 1921.:! ;
+ PAJ G$ EIGHT n n a "t "
I the guest of Mr. and Mr*. Jim.D wl-
.ber of years." AI
Denmark of Jacksonvine log, Monday. .. 1
Mrs. David ,
revival meetinacloeed; W onei- y
..,. ...,. ,'was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday The .
account of the disagree
1. home Wa- day night un _
her from
:, ., i Sho w.'on way "
1\1" teroak where she. was called to the able weather .

? J j : News Items ..bedside of her sister\ Mrs. Dalton Carter Rev. Wiggins filled his appointmentat .
ill for several church Sunday.Rev. .
, . who has been quite the Advent
days but is reported convalescing: Ware, of Worthington Springs /
: t Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Thede and held services at the Baptist church:
Inur..tlnf facts Gathered During the Week by Our children visited relatives in the Wa- ; Sunday.

Regular Correspondent eroak section Sunday I Brady Rosier was a visitor to the 'w lw
i I Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and children, of 'county: neat during the week.R. .
, ,,,
1" I. ... Jacksonville, were visiting relatives J. Andrews Mr. O'Conner, Mr.
i n i Lawtey last week. Isaac of Jacksonville were the guestsof
i ,: Will Baptist church will meet Friday Mrs. J. C. Byrd moved to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews Sun-
I afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
last week. day and Monday.
j \ Mrs. W. S. Nabb. All members are Miss Bertha Smith of Tampa i is B. I. Taylor of Jacksonville Wall l

asked to be present. few in Lawtey withher business here Saturday.
1 ; pending a days I trammeling
1 ; The services at the Advent church: friend, Miss Eunice Dinkins.A. Lonnie Futch is on the sick list this
will continue through the week closing -
of Highland was visiting -
A. Crews week.
i Sunday night. The public invitedto relatives in Lawtey Sunday. / .

attend. Miss Lena Fiiego of Jacksonville MILLER N-
Miss Cecil Rabon of Bradford spent L-.. r tl'x
the week-end with her friend, Miss pent Sunday at the home of her parents ( I After hearty t
n Daisy Lewis. Mr. and Mrs Friego. Miller Feb. 27.-Murray Thomas a

Hazel Warren spent the week-end Miss Nellie Strickland visited relatives made a trip to Lake Butler Saturday. you'llavoid
at home.G. in Starke Friday and Saturday.Paul Sheriff Epperson was in the COm-: ,

,{ W. Lewis, of Starke made a call Engle of Jacksonville, was a munity last week I that n
r f here Thursday. visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Seeber Stokes made a business trip, 'x

.1 J n I Dr. Carefoot of Worthington, made John Marr, of Highland, was a vis- to Lake)( Butler Saturday. \\I stuffy feeling

i I professional calls. here during the Itor to Lawtey Sunday The many friends of Mrs. J. L. I
: week. W. L. Overstreet was attending to Brown are glad to know that she l is If you chew

(. 1 Miss Bertie Thomas, who has been business in Jacksonville last week. recovering: from an attack of influen-

, I ; : spending some time at Bradentown, Mrs. Eliza Hill and children visited ra-pncumonia. a stick of

is home on a visit to her parents, Mr.. relatives in the Wateroak section last Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Thomas visited '$y uof
r and Mrs. O. W. Thomas. week.A. their daughter Mrs. W. M. Thomas
k \I -- II. Harley came over from Jacksonville at 'Sycamore Farm" recently. '
j at Btu'f
w I't'r -'t' i! HAMPTON and spent Sunday at his home. Carl Brown spent the week-end herewith WRIGLEYSOther !,; ra llt'w
:,, 3 I M. D. Carter and family of Water- homefolks. bill of
' oak, were visitors to Lawtey Sunday.
{ II. S. Miller made a business trip to
Hampton, Feb. 27.-Mr. and Mrs.
' Rev. filled his
; i,. Boyer regular appointment -
i Dukes last week.
B. Y. Saxon, of Hampton are spending
at the Inglis Baptist church
\ few at Green Cove. Earle Peeples spent the week-end 1 1ue
a days
I t; Mrs. Hattie Thomas, of Valdosta, Sunday.. with homefolks. benefits : to teeth 1 ,Ble1Ua

1.It.ff 'h Ga., and little son and daughter are Mr. Tracey of Starke,, was a visitor Olson and Denzil Thomas were visitors -
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs O. to Lawtey Sunday. to Lake Butler Saturday after breath appetite nerves.That.s vest

i.. I. Haynes.C. James Starling was transacting bus- noon.
': I R. Geiger of South Florida spenta incas in Jacksonville several days of Mrs. Flora Clowcr Scott home clubeg..nt. : a good deal to

+e \, I few days with his mother Mrs. II. ant week. held a meeting: with the Miller ;o
I U. Geiger Rev. W. L. Overstreet filled his appointment sewing club and Miller poultry club: >get> for 5 cents

I I :, A. M. Williams wan. transacting business at the Melrose Baptist Monday

i in Starke this week. church Saturday and Sunday. J. C. Ward of Providence, was hereon I
Everett Bennett of Jacksonville,
Leaston Wynn of Starke broughta spent Sunday and Monday with rela- business Monday.
Its j load of his fine vegetables to town tives. Miss Dulcie Crawford of Midway Sealed Tteht-KePt Right

'1 Friday. Rev. II. C. Taylor filled his regular visited Misses Sallie and Francis Waters -
Mrs. L. A. Johns and son, Bobby Saturday afternoon. p
; appointment at the Saxton Methodist
returned Friday from a short visit to 'hurch' Sunday afternoon.Mr. Miss Thelma Pinkston of Dukes, .
INRIGL tt ][a
I Owensville, Kentucky, where they visited Rafuso and family moved to visited her grandparents Mr. and Mrs

. her mother Mrs. V. J. Johnson. Baldwin last week E.. B. Biellmg, Sunday.Hastings' .
Miss. Wilma Alexander, who is attending D. I. Phillips, of Woodlawn was in WghIle
Ii school itt Waldo is with us a.WRtGLEY Ptr
j for a few days this. week. jiwtey Sunday. 1920 l r i a<'rhry

Mrs. H. B. Geiger: and grandchildren >S
I L Pauline and Ovid Geiger returned ZIFF Seed Catalog:: Free I
P -
' : ; Saturday after a short visit Ziff, Feb. 27.-Mr. and Mrs Lee It'" ready now. One hundred handsomely v.. "le>"' B
with her daughter, Mrs. T. M. Wil Thomas. llluBtrated! payee( with brilliant m n.Tm nm ,,.e PE pFEC1
: and (children of Gainesville mmr
hams of Bell cover In natural colors. It Is both 7
, Miss Ethel Hunt, who has. been at- attended church at Rock Saturday and beautiful and helpful and all that lenecessary ,,tl
j Sunday. to pet; It Is. a postal card AS
b tending school at Starke l la at home Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas. spent request. You will find our 1920 eatalogue : ,
I, this week. the week-end near Gainesville with a well worth while peed book. -The Flavor Lass-
Or I. II. Hunter was a recent visii !- Seeds sold direct by
: Mrs. Thomas'. mother, Mrs Howard Hustings' : are
i' tor to Gainesville. Rov. and Mrs W. M. Moody of La- mall. You will never find them on

; I Miss Gladys Frank returned to her (' ofise attended church at Rock Sunday pale In the stores We have some
tt I home at Fernandinu Friday. five hundred thousand customers who
I Percy Griffin and Alva Saxon buy from UM hy mall. We please and
1 : were E. S. Gainey, of LaCrosse attendee! satisfy them and we can please and
transacting business. in Starke Mon church at Rock Sunday, natlnfy you In 1020.:!
You Can Make Your Walls
day. ; Mrs. Lois Thigpen and daughter, Planting Hauling'(' Seeds In your
in I : Mrs. H. D. May was shopping in Mildred, of Bellamy garden: or In your fields Insures "good
were week-end
Starke Friday. luck" PO far as results. can be determined
J. S. guests of her mother Mrs. S. L. Thig. by the need planted. For 80' More Attractive
1 \ Kelley agent for the oil and
pen. Seeds have been tbe kP':
roofing company spent a few days in years Jlnlltln/ots' ;.or .
town this week Grandma Gainey, of Brookcr spent standard of need excellence and purity I ;;.
: : 1 : Saturday with Mrs S. L. Thigpen. In the South. Only varieties .1-,
Herbert Peeples was in Starke on the South are listed. QualIty -
Mrs. Delia Adapted to
Adkins of
business Friday. Orange of the bent and prices often less There i is nothing more
Heights and .
Mrs. Lillie Smith of Mel.
Yt'I I Dewey Bugg/ and family have moved '- 'than those you pay at home. Write .. ;
rose attended the burial of their .. beautiful rich looking
for free copy of this splendid catalo(0i : .. L ,
to Jacksonville. While
I we miiis brother, Rufus Padgett, at Mt. Sinai now. H. G. HASTINGS CO. d ''
j,, i i them here wo wish them success in Friday. Seedsmen( Atlanta Ga.-(Advt.) and restful than walls
1 their new home.P. yr

,, ; i >> 'I"I I M. Gciger! "of Waldo was a business fus Last Padgett Thursday died at Feb the 19th home Mr.of Ru-his .. rl t 7f.J .'. painted with

Iw r : visitor to Hampton. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hurdy Pad (
t I : I Miss Bessie DuboHO of Starke, who gett. He had been In failing health 's f
t, is teaching: in the Brooklyn school for some time but \
no one had thought
1 was visiting. friends in I ; l\\ SHERWINWILLIAMSSurli
.f I I Hampton Sun his condition serious Mr. Padgett is oaammeuktr I ' .It. 'JJ.

: day. the oldest] son, was born and reared I ""J..I.r ( ,

JV. C. Pollard returned to Hampton in Bradford county He leaves to I ODpa' I ..."',.. _ remGIat:4fle
: Sunday after a ten days absence. mourn his. loss besides his parents I ,' .
: I). W. Moore, of Thoressa. was attending two brothers and four sisters. The SCALED TINS ONLY : ...t-:H'. """ .,,--

: : to business here Friday. deceased was laid to re t'in Mt. Sinaicemetery AT YOUR GROCERS ;... I

Rev Whlttaker filled his appointment Friday funeral services being 1"1 '
at the Methodist church Sun conducted by Rev. J. fl. Kelly. ,
day.Rev. The sympathy of the community: is MAXWELL HOUSE \

;' L. A. Odum and children of: extended to the bereaved family. wall 1 are a real! pleasure!' to live within;
Jacksonville. were visitors to Hnmp COFFEEThin
; ton Monday. UAirounRalfopd nanitary, not easily marred, readily cleaned and
I ; : W. E. Thigpen of Jacksonville, an \
'' II < I employee of the Atlantic Biscuit Co., Feb 27Dr. A. J. John- inexpensive.; S- \\ Flat-Tone is a .durable flat ,

I! ( t day WAR transacting business S here Tues11 son Thursday.was a visitor to the county seat Pale, Weak- wall paint prepared in twenty-six beautiful velvetyi ".,I.fY .

1 E. J. King was transacting business l. Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Wells were vis I shades.
: ( in Starke Sa rrday. itors to Jacksonville Friday. She TestifiesFt.

\Vhittaker\f. Hawthorne, wan. Miss Helen Naurlght was a visitorto I'
attending church here Sunday, Jacksonville during: the week.R. .My..... lla.:-"Or.' Pinrrn's Gnldmi f
I Medical 1"ov"ry und '
!! Rev. N T. King: returned from J, Andrews, of Jacksonville was tiou'uvorito are ray Pnwnii-uiotliur's'

b I' Tampa Sunday where he attended the the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. _._vui.k rviiiPdioH for uunierniM I '
fair A. 1)I Andrews Thursday 4i .. iMri.' und tonics : -

!Mrs J. II. Tolbert, one of our pop. Mr and Mrs. Alvarez, Mr. and Mrs and curve own medicine uipur-,

I ular merchants has opened' up a nice Graham and son, Billy of SUrrke, were !! hose with both they QUIGLEY LUMBER &: ,
assortment of ladies and misses hats visitors over here Sunday afternoon. rl// $ I + certainly worn nil SUPPLY COMPANY ,
P 1 I i this week. The Ladies Aid Society met Tuesday U 9U. l.1d, < )that,rll1l1about WWI needed what WWlI to '
I t' T. M. Hngan was bus!. ..
attending to afternoon at four o'clock at the ttk imfwdSFIBA i1 '"*1 I WWI i-uf-
I ness in Starke Friday Baptist church. m&Jtn1 I ffln". from; indlnes"r -
The .. & tion. K much ---
Hampton school has
) I on Stone of Baker county wastransacting .' A / to Ix'oome very thin -- -'
account of the influenza., business here Friday and pole, and grew PINE HILL froe's Friday night. J
Mr. Reynolds of Jacksonville, was weak and Imtlom with vary little nniMtion
r I LAWTEY to be about the housn.. I was told l"y a Pine Hill Fob. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency were
27.-Mr. and Mra.
phyHimun that the ilorunRoinriit of my transacting business in Brooker Sat-
i SALES JUMP OVER 500 PER CENTDr. nurvouB rvKtrtn was the OIIIIMI of the dv... J. E. Clemons were week-end guests urday morning.
i Lnwtey, Feb 27.-Next Sunday will |H-miu.: During mv xiwtiHiry. I took the of Dr. and Mrs.! W. H. demons of Charlie )Fowler Edward Stew.
be "Go to Church hnvorito Prea nption' alone and it and
Sunday" in Lawtey William 101 Tonic Greatly In mlipved Jacksonville. They were accompanied ; art ,
my IHTVIIUH condition and uppro. were in Brooker Sunday.A. .
Tl There will be co-operative services botwnen Demand for 'Flu'' Treatment henaton DUd 1''I'118M mn tat niothortiood, by their daughter. Miss Mae from' B. and A. E. Surrency and J. E. I
the three churches, the congregations nmcviiiB mo of lie many diMtn'Htunic ft'itturwi. Baldwin.A .
of each church I hope other rxixwtmit mother pront were in Brooker Monday. \
turning out teach While the influenza plague wa rag- by my testimony, not only to may!give them B. Surrency was in Worthington; j
p service At Grace Methodist at ing in October, 1918 the sales of Dr. oomfort hut to strengthen thorn to mine Friday afternoon.
11 a. m., the message will be delivered Williams 101 Tonic jumped over 600 ml.y.! "-MIUS. I. M. I'I'; c/o Miss Van Cone and brother, Charlie
} ; by the Rev. H. C. Canon; Markot.
pastor Taylor; at 3 per cent. There can be only one reason attended church: at Brooker
'' Sunday.
m., in the Water Mill Feb. 27W. W. Brown
p. auditorium. Rev J. C. for such a tremendous increase Mr. and Mrs.
' ) ; Augusta! Ga.:-"It is Dyal were call- was Starke
Diggs, of the Starke Methodist church and a pleasure to n\o transacting business in
that I Is
Dr. William 101 Tonic ed to the bedside
l" j to Rive tlua testimony' of L>r. Porce'.Oold- of the latter' brother Saturday
South will deliver a message and at i Is a correct treatment for "Flu en Medical Discovery n family' reinvtlv.' Schellie Fowler, Monday. ,
1 7:30: at the auditorium. Rev. ErnesBoyer I have Bertie and Wil
LaGrippo Chill and Cold case, u twin bnl>y Mrs. R. and Alvah Thomas Ir. ,
pastor of the Baptist church well as Malaria and other fevers. Qui r' boys eight J. Oliver and daughters, lie Fowler attended the'part at Mr.
l I month" old both Mae and
I will deliver a message.: Everybody i III nine, the enemy of disease germs I Is have had the and Rosa Canter Misses Vera Renfroe' Friday" night. r.r.
ai t r It ) Surrency and Cephus Har- "
i cordially Invited to attend these
services one of the ingredient of this effective whooping rough rell attended church the Mm. Lizzy Green and daughter \
medicine. 1 and one of them. at Free Will
Magnesia is
another im C had brnnrhili Baptist church at Brooker Ruby were visiting at Five Mile last \
Mrs. Charles Hess. left last week to chemical Sunday.
portant contained in the
along with it and Mr. and Mrs. \
d C.
join Mr. Hess in Orlando where he W. Colson were week.Willie :
tonic. It cleanses the liver and bow- intestinal trouble Brown attended church at ;
has. secured employment.Mrs. els of accumulated /I .. .ull. I have pessts of the latter', litter, Mm. Lu- Rock
poison the
1q' ,,,I" ,... ) I never 'known. la Thomas of Midway Sunday
J J. II. Moore and Mrs. W. H rich blood producer, U the third. It ? a? |\ a* fine amodichra Mr. and Mrs Bethel Sunday. Mrs. E. A. Fowler wa* visitingfriends ..I.II
Edward and little son, W. H. Jr. build up strength stamina and vitality RII Ur. Iieree'. Colson and at Bell I
children last week.
s Gold,.. Medina) were guest of relatives '
1 were visitors to Jacksonville Monday Dimovery for mess at
; strength will win O.
. Mr. and Mra. Geo. White of Jacksonville disease. againstany ailnteuta. could eeetheimpnoveneatfrom, Provident !Sunday.! W. Thomas attended church at :,
: day to day. 1 Wai really afraid for a wbile Mrt. Orie Colson Rock Sunday.
were guests of friends I In 26e and 60c bottle at your drug that 1 would lone one of my babm a* the tended church and daughter at- ,!
Lawtey the first' part 'of'the week. store. Refuse all intMtim bad bled for four weeks, but bill : at.Brooker Sunday
Mrs. White wa formerly Miss Rose attempt to palmoff health. improved right from the start and,\M Misses Minnie and Pearl Greene and Cold Cans drip tad taft_ ),
There 1 il only Dr. "
one has had no such trouble 8ID
<>e. -MU&Ot brother Dare IAXAHVE
and BROHO tees"-
Mary Hull and lived in Lawtey "- I Ruth Newsom, at- QUININE'thbkts:
't a num- William. 101 Tonic.-Adv.-3. O. FOHTUNK.: 1014 TalootB tended the party given at Claude Ren. ........ 1'11 era d eoiy I "Haas arlawa"L >

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---- these gilta are grownsowa FARMERS DENY THE through their membership on> xW,

ountFmer gilt and and have now fine litters of pig. To RIGHT TO STRIKE he pig accept club. There application is no doubt for that the 19% Ir
II. : of thou ;
Bradford C encourage the production
s who are growing feed
their surplus and to help pigs the County boys Agent dispose MacDonald of- group Washington-A of organized denial workers that possesses any will make a better showing crops in can the and,
than those who have !
club btJ
right to strike is contained never
I plan to have a sale of Poland an inherent G
COUNTY i the rows four or five feet apart, they I June 7. I used a 30 inch sweep and I China gilts about the middle of May. in a memorial to congress, formulated instructed in the growing of feed The
| are placed seven of eight feet apart hoed the corn. Three men helped bar. The will be selected from the today at a conference here of representatives most important part of raising gOOd ?
beam I vest and the yield was 115 bushels." pigs National Grangethe pigs: is in the feeding.The .
Five on the thin land and velvet or : best litters and will be given special of the
in the : I peanuts drilled between the rows of Muck Land care by the bo)'". Nothings but No. 1 American Farm Bureau Federation corn club members will boon re.
tions of I corn Fifty percent of the corn acreage As these three yields were producedon pigs will be used and the sale! will be the Cotton States Board and the ceive enough corn to plant one I are
to bring the I In lined in this way but the yield muck land the methods used shouldbe carried on in the best possible way. Association of States Farmers' Unions free. This corn has been selected b
mation on of peanuts or velvet beans !I. greater helpful to all corn club boy using j County agents and others needingsome Presidents. It is said that in view of Mr. Traxler and is being furnish J v

best ( / and more valuable] than would be the this type of soil and to muck-land nice Poland China gilts will do recent events, the farmers' attitudeon the county.
and h.e. !| increase in com if the land was de- farmers. The area of such land in I j, well to bear this sale in mind. strikes should be made plain. The peanut club members will alu

ing practices i j voted exclusively to this crop. Florida is estimated by the State Geologist Pointing out that the city population receive free seed which is being fur ,
meetings I j The vegetable growing districts giv to be 3,952,820 acres. The !,!I CLUB WORK IX is dependent on the farmer for nished by the Florida Peanut :Miln.|| yA

q Gated as one the production of corn an unfavorable largest tract is in the Everglades but 1 BRADFORD COUNTYThe food and that the interruption of this Co., of Gainesville. This company u .
r to be used I I showing.; Corn U considered a sec- small tracts are found throughoutthe supply can be brought about through interested in promoting the peanut in.
A IM. ondary crop in those localities and is state. I'I value of organized club work strikes of the railroad or other transportation I dustry and believe that through: the tlm

r land China not planted until late spring or early __>'o fertilizer was used in growingan is being demonstrated in Bradford unions the memorial asserts club members of Bradford County, it

ty has been summer after the vegetable are har )' of these three crops. The young I I county. J. O. Traxler, county agent, "Those who believe that labor has an can be demonstrated that peanuts are .;aler
i growers of vested. The yields are not a. great corn was dark green in color and grew. has twelve organized clubs with a inherent right to organize a strike be- '' a profitable commercial crop.i .
II?"" ter members as would be if planted early in the rapidly. .The stalks when mature total enrollment of 164 members. Mr. lieve also that such organizations have I .

if' bership will spring, but the crop of vegetables ii were very large. This would indicate Traxler has confined his work to dateto the right to starve the people of the I]i I A PUSHING; MANLast P
xiceting) more valuable than would be the Increase that the troll J.i well supplied with nitrogen the crop production clubs and will country. No such rights ever existed i b

}. Quite a of corn if the land was devoted and there is evidently no deficiency increase the membership well over the and no such rights exists now." It also I, c
moved to entirely to its production. i{ in phosphoric acid and potash. 200 mark when he takes up the animal ask what would be the verdict of1 I' Friday a long row of wagoni B

'J' bama and All land on which corn i Is plantedis After oerrral years'_ cropping_ most clubs. the people if the farmer decided to was drawn up in rear of the depot t
, ', new houses included inthe acreage when makingup muck lands respond to applicationsof I The organizing of the boy and strike. I I I They were loaded with sweet potato.\ r

ed. Better crop reports, hence it is only fair :, fertilizers composed largely of girls into clubs with regular meeting |'I his assistant T. S. Williams who with s
food, feed ] to explain that other crops are grown phosphoric acid and potash.All dates has stirred up a lot of enthus- AGRICULTURAL CLUB MATTERSThe unloaded them as fast ai e
; stock is our with half the acreage of corn and that chemical analyses that have iam. The club at Graham is leadingin I, possible into a box car. The cut lIal a
I'I Mr. of the been made of muck lands in Florida !: sent the same evening to a firm
\ vegetables are on a portion number of members at present, but boys and girls agricultural in 1
I a templates richest land during the most favor show an of ammonia |:Jacksonville. We had thought the
., <, average 3.101 Itaiford is but one behind and the clubs, such as are handled by county I|.
tomato able season for the corn. It is not reccommended per cent. phosphoric acid.18 per cent. I i'club there insists that Raiford will last potato had been marketed, but
all reported 1
agent J. O. Traxler, are
of the that these systems bechanged and potash .08 per cent. As the somehow, Mr. Williams finds more
; have more members than any other by him as closed for further member 1 1I 1y
,r tatoea and but perhaps the way to Increase process of vegetation goes on, nitrogen I club in the county and that every ship, except the pig club. The corn I As before noted in these columns 1t
canning. A the production of corn would in the form of ammonia will be- has bedded
I member will go through the year and club is closed with a membership of Mr. Williams out a great
ably be be to improve some of the methods ( come available. Immense crone of make a report and an exhibit. The 82 the sweet potato club with 73 and deal of ground with potatoes of dif.I !
lief of the practiced wherever corn is grown. legumes can be grown, turned under I culbs at Little Springs and Lawteyare the, peanut club with 26 members. I I! ferent varieties for draws. He has

would be a g. Kite 1"earu'ralfe Yield in Do).' when needed to supply nitrogen, and close behind Graham and Raiford, This membership is well distributed now orders on hand for about ten mil.

i Since so Corn Clubs i I will be found cheaper than nitrogenous and the race for largest membership over Bradford county and is being lion draws, and more are coming.. H,

grow and During the past five yean a totalof commercial fertilizer.In is not over by any means. handled through organized local clubsv I showed the reporter a letter from a
tively, this G.hBO corn demonstrations have preparing the land on which The clubs are organized and a president I. twelve in number that meet one day firm in Mongomery, Ala., who wane
get for the been conducted by the corn club boys these three year record yields were and secretary elected. Then the each month with the county agent for I( him to furnish draws for the p'antmg
otherwise /go: in Florida. Complete reports of 2,037: grown, the work was begun early in !, club enters the race to see which pne instruction and advice. Through this ,' of 200 acres of land.

Due to of these demonstrations have been >i March and the land broken 8 to 6 inches can secure the most members and can system of handling the club work, the I Mr. Williams has lately boa flit Nat-;

by the Buy ( : submitted and the average yield per deep. On upland where there is bring the largest number through the least amount of time is token up, yet Williams' place, which joins his old
of J. R. acre was 37.9 bushels produced at anaverage a compact clay subsoil the shallow i I year The Bradford county contest it gives all members an equal oppor- farm northeast of Temples mill, and
a a 4,000 cost of 45 cents per bushel I breaking would not be satisfactory, will be worth going to see, as. the !! tunity to get instructions in the best this will give him more acreage I
crib, and In the reports from boys corn clubsin but the muck land is spongy and corn club which wins out will certainly 'methods in growing the demonstration ,
q weevils. 35 counties each year from 1915 to roots can penetrate to the necessary have to put up a fine exhibit and & l'eVe'I fatele chill Tom, .
field on 1919 the highest yield from each depth without deep breaking. The have the exhibit backed up by good crops. !,Nttr!':
planted in I i It is the plan of Mr. Traxler to use restores vitality ana energy by purifying sad'> :}
county averaged 65,9 bushels in 1915: two-horse moldboard was used in records. '
has ben the organized clubs to forward de- rlchlng the blood. You can soon f. Ira Sere......
year 71.8 bushels in 1910; 64.7 bushels ink i. breaking. Mr. Traxler is planning to have at monstration work and advise that solos lovUoraclot Effect. Price sea "i'II
and this 1917; K5.7 bushels in 1918, and 60.I.i A local variety of corn was reported least one big: county meeting for all [
for broadcasted a hay bushels in 1919. This is evidence I,i to have been used the first year. To members. This will probably take - -

that creditable yields are not limited quote his own statement in the corn the form of a big picnic at some convenient
inforced to any one portion of the state. I club record book it was "Indian and place. A county organizationfor JTheycouldIit
P Moody has ] !During this same five year period, native corn". It is a corn that his the club work will be perfectedat
trees, and a there were 408 yields of more than 60'1 IbUllh.IB people have used for several years and that time
A /
per acre; 103 yields of more i was crossed with a variety known as .
showing the than 75 bushels, and 29 of more than I Marion county white. FAUMUKS: REFUSE TO JOIN

it in Pasco {HO bushels per acre. The corn club I In 1917 the Marion county white,
4 sult the boys have not stopped at 100 Farm organizations will\ not join'
even i
ished over |variety, more pure, was used but
would have bushels per acre. the rest of the farm was planted with the American Federation of Labor in >W
t The most notable instance is that i its non-puitiuan campaign this yearto
been 'I j'. that variety used in 191(5. Ity comparing ,
will be one club member, Lawton Martin of''': : the photographs of the 10-ear exhibits elect only friends of tne trades un-
year total ' i \Marion county, sucrcdcd in producing'; foi 1916 and 1917, much similarity ion movement according to T. C. At-
\ over 100 bushels for three years in i is detected. The varety kenon, ri-piefaentative of the National I
of cotton I pure
Spanish; succession. Thin record is without !I being mixed with corn of the rest of' Uiange, which has 700,000 members.
beans and parallel in Florida and would be a big',I the farm this year no doubt improved I Mr. Alkeuon said that this oiganua-
slogan has to a club member In any state. It'I;j! the yielding: qualities of the latter. tion hud decided not to support organized
might then that some unusual labor's political activities and ad-
of the appear In his report for 1918 the club mum.
e ,T many The Bank methods were practiced, but the following I her tells of getting his seed corn ed that icjirebentutives of various
' statements. taken from the reports :I from his grandfather who obtained itI tanners' organizations recently met
county, (( of each of these show that here and formulated a platform of
ing a plan crops I I I from the "Indians in early years of
rJAT'I plain methods of intelligent farming principles, but decided that individual
farmer in 1 I I 1800. Again it is stated that it was
followed. members would be allowed to exercise
crossed with He
purchase a prolific variety.
a 12 1916 Croo I I does not infer that he used entirely !! the right to personal preference invoting. be built "
S cept one of "I had been hearing/: of the corn club a different corn in 1918, but used that ,
to and decided to join. I sent my name i selected from a cross of Marion county The program has been sent to every
The proposes purpose to the county agent in January, and'' white and the variety which had member ot Congrefcg. Mr. Atkuson now for twicc$TLOOO

more people father let me have an acre of rich been grown on the plantation for several said and it may be expected that far-
muck land. March 6 I broke it <6 bred hogs. years.
borhood of ( deep and harrowed well. March 11 1 Like many other club members islators on bill affecting their inter.
disked and let stand until March 20 throughout the state this ests.
riculture ac>( boy lelo't-I
this bank and planted with a planter. The rows ed his seed corn in the field. May we We decide," Dr. Atkeson said, When the talk turns from politics to railroads,
their were 4 1-2 feet apart and the corn not get a lesson here on the value of that interests of the fanners and the
itcdness. stood 8 inches apart in the drill. The improved verities of seed corn as wellas labor members were not similar but and the traveler with the cocksure air breaksin

Bradford wire worms damaged the stand about a productive type of soil ? Improved were, in fact, diametrical in some in- with "There's an awful lot of 'water' in
four percent. The corn grew fast and stances. The laborer wants shorter
seed is not
corn necessarily
ler a pedigreed "
reports did the weeds. I cultivated the railroads, here are some factsto
bership of so grass and variety ordered from a seeds hours and higher pay, which means hard-pan
.t to capacity three times with a cultivator and man in a distant part of the country. higher prices to the consumer. A give him:
members and three times with a disk cultivator Any club member or farmer can im- similar attitude on the part of the

aon. and hoed twice. July 23 we had a prove his corn by selecting it a few farmers would mean curtailment of

storm that broke it down badly and years in the field. If he does not care production of food until the people American railroads have cost $80,900 a mile
caused a loss of about eight percent. to use his own it is usually advise were so hungry they would pay exor
ONE I Before harvesting I went through andelected able to begin with seed that has been bitant prices rather than starve. In roadbed, structures, stations, yards, terminals -

1I need for next year"from stalk improved by some one in the same stead it is our policy to curb prices freight and passenger trains-everything
bearing two or three cars. and to stimulate
production so that
I community or at least in the same
1917 Oop portion of the state. normal conditions may be lestored." from the great city terminals to the last spike.A .
'I ."The Miiil is reclaimed muck land'I Dr. Atkeson said the opposing efforts -
and range from 2 to 10 feet deep un-'',, IIIKNYAKD MANURE FOR CORN of rumen and organization of
dor-laid with clay and sand. .It had labor had illustration at the time the good concrete-and-asphalt highway costs

Ity (;i. ; corn on it last year and has been farmed Ilarnyard manure is the best kind goeinment fixed a price for wheat, $36,000 a mile-just a bare road not count-
for the last four scars..We grew of fertilizer for corn, and it tends to the unions urging a low price.
U" no winter con'r (crop hut it w all covered !j I i permanently build up the soil There Organized labor's pronunciation of ing the cost of culverts, bridges, etc.
d, The i with needs and natural IIras.. ". I is enough barnyard manure wasted its entry into politics, a call to the
during! the broke. this land March 3, about :Sinrhett ; annually on the average farm to enrich all "Jovvis of fieedom" to mart>hal
to 101!) was deep and harrowed-. the next an acre or so of land Extension their forces in dulense of their rights Our railroads couldn't be duplicated to-

J' average\ )' / : day. March 241 planted with a planter workers of the College: of Agriculture and ideals" arid to trade unionists and day for $150,000 a mile.
els] per acre and the soil was in good condition.The say this should be saved and their friends to defeat those who are

was : rows w..reI feet wide and the i I applied on the corn land us it will hostile or indifferent, to the rightof i
The yields! : corn was planted 10 inches apart, in usually better labor today ".1.
give results' with corn was being sent broadcast They are capitalized for
'' the drill. The only $71,000 a mile-
stand medium
b<> if a full ( t was I than other crops. over the country.
all the coin good. No fertilizer was uxcd. I first I It matters little what method U The declaration issued officially by much less than their actual value. Seventy-one

Inured off the corn with a dink siding used in applying: manure if it is even the American Federation of Labor, in thousand dollars today will
cultivator and a few days later sided buy one locomotive.
ly distributed over the land. The manure reciting what it termed vain effortsto
SOUTH It with a 10 inch sweep. Other (culti spreader is of course to be preferred secure remedial and constructive

vations were with the disk cultivatorand as it saves labor and does the legislation in the interests and for the English railways are
on the following dates: April 21J, work thoroly.] but if such machinery welfare of the toilers, denounced congress capitalized at $274,000 a
May 5, \May 10, and May 25. June is not at hand, the manure is general. for its failure to"do its duty" mile; the French at $155,000; German $132,000;
10 I ran out the middles with a large ly hauled thrown and its "
out and from the "repression of labor. even in Canada (still in
sweep. There was no damage done pioneer development)
wagon/: with forks and shovels. Two "Scorned by congress, ridiculed and "
by insects pests or disease, but a hard men can work well on one wagon. misrepresented by many members of they are capitalized at $67,000 a mile. The
Mr. wind damaged it 20 percent. I made Manure may be applied before Crafter both houses," the announcement said average for all
100,1 bushels, the similar countries
I $100,000.Low
MAD average on breaking. If there is not a disk "organized labor finds its necessary .
land in this section "being from 40 to harrow on the farm it Is advisable to to vigorously change its long established -
10\ bushels per acre. apply the l
manure before breaking as policy of political netutrahty. capitalization
1918 Crop it will be well mixed with the soil The American Federation of Labor and high operating efficiency -

Every I "My acre of land is in the eastern when broken. If the disk harrow is announces its intention of using every have enabled American Railroads to
part of Marion county on the reclaim pay
available, the manure be legitimate means in its the
: may applied
treat falling power and at highest
ed muck of the Ocklawaha wages while
river. charging
after the lowest
breaking and its
They all give ) mixed with the command to establish the defeatof
Liver Ton In rich, deep, black soil, composed of Immediately with the disk. With labor' enemies in the republic, rates. "
"Calomel: is decayed vegetation which makes it this method the land should be brokep whether they be candidates for

It." Dod very fertile. I cleaned and broke not later
my than February as the manure foi Congress, for state legislation
guaranteed acre March <6 will give best
It. results when applied or for any other office."
A large! after breaking.. I planted early. lJIzis I
But If It fails Establishing of a headquarters advertisement
March 20, with one row planter, making As small is ublished the.ISSOCiation
ram of liver a quantity as two ton. of anounced and work will be begun by
Lion just the rows 4 1-2 feet apart and manure per acre will be helpful but immediately. It will be carried of
Uodson's dropping the com 10 Inches apart in ten tons may be used profitably on through the elections. Every candi executives
lasting, the drill. The stand was good and most soils.COLUMBIA, date will be analyzed and those deem
lees to both little replanting was I
necessary. got ed
worthy of will
support be
a spoonful at the seed from grandfather. It is somethat given it n.. 11m".,
COUNTY PIG CLUB regardless of W.v.aba .
Use no party affiliations while _"* *. -*. tIII8MI..
secured from Indians in ..
the those ,"' 1.
TO Uprrarem
ON labor'move
stomach or SALE autagonistic to the hy -"*I."* n. A-.NNeoI e1
early 1800.
yean After crossing it Rd.e
doesnt grip ment will be opposed. fi.vdeW.p. dl
the next day with prolific varietle sit produces two Last year a pig club was started in The labor organization's declara .rNJ.7, Nn Yerl
a dose of and three ears to each stalk. A disk Columbia county and the boy and tion of principle was adopted at
r will feel cultivator was used the
you following girls raised fine meeting of
some very animals, trade unionist here
Pont loe. a dates: April 18, May 2, and May 26. The pigs used were all Poland China December I


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AY. FEBRUARY 27. 1920.


I'r - -----------.- .
'and Miss Bessie . - -- -
Bryant I j jI WARRANTS IA8ITED -- --
'I.t t
; S SHE I b y a few friends and Cneer Up.Ion't General Fen Overdraft Jan. 1. 1K20 ?.._?._. _. 1062 I T. Faat Half) <.f the Northeat Quarter qwrj .

spend time Nancy Connor pauper .._._.....__. BOO, Keeelpta durlnir month ....... . I M I II .nd Southwit Vuarter of th Northeat tjuar. It
I your mopping up Mra. Bree>e do __._..__..._.._.. 10.00 W..nt I.. ..__.- .____.- n.o I, '''. KaM Half ,.f the Sonlhweat' Quarter
'/ REW HER r the Funbrniiif: with a moody face. asa Amanda Thnmaa d..___-..__ __ 1.00) U.nI..1 ",1. 1. IU21 .____ . I Southeaat Quarter nf Nnrthareet Quarter and

1 blotter absorbs Ink. l)on't stick I...e Ciwhy dn ...____..______.__n_ U I".cr.t IT Northweat ua.r of Klortliweat% Quarter of
1\\ Mra. I). M. McKnlvht do ___.__ 6 0 l.alan. Jan. 1. hU_._ 2008 I Section 8. TownshIp S South, Han.* 22 F.ant
I around nil solemnly o. an owl. CrackS Banner ttyal do ________h. 0.-_ 600 Reeeipta durin. month ___._..._ .fio Aleo St.uttM
AWAY smile tf It breaks your hoiirt uueldon't Martha Rev.< d--__.-._--.. t 6O U '.. __ __'_nh_. 4000)0.Iiincr lie of rWtinn 4. Townahlp 6 Keiilh. Range 22
ttONEY 1'e to ('rOil" crabbed and I.. L tlairan d. ______ -hnh_ 260 I ', IUSO ___._____. _ 17.IU I Caal :
p crusty. tInier. Iun.n do __.___..____. 400 IH.trlrt N. I Al"o Lota On. U). Two (!Ii i. (I).
,I If you are wedded to worry, niiilli'B will . l..n..r. do ._-___ -_ 4 00 I Balance Jan. 1. 11n14es.I.t. . _. n. IS.04 Kour 141. Five |III) and Six (61) T.
_ W.t
Vil t19 get )'m n divorce. Cheer ap, Y't cut* Warren I. _.____.._..__ __ I 800 durlnir month . ._.- _ 214 Half of the gouthweat Quarter of the North,
PARKER SPENT:' HUNDREDS! AITie ftr,. .____ ____._______. 2.00 Warrant. Intlo) .n_.__ 2160 pant Quarter of Section S, Towmhlp 6 South
'. KING:' HEALTH-TANLAC:' uil.-t>(iu. vkcvr uwtUAHHANTS t luaae Clark do ..._.___ -_._-. .' )' Overdraft .1. 1. 1U20 ___.___ _._._ 1621 ,Itun". 22 r.1
Mra.' Annlp I'arrlnh do ... __ 200 IH.trlrt N. I I Alto .. (1$). F"r' Flf-
i.: RESTORES licit Hannah Hnrrli do _. .._.-_.__-__'.__.u_ .' 60 Balance Jan. 1. ll'L'O .. ..- ___..___ 12.1 j' teen (161 Sixteen (16)) $. .. n'n11.( Klxh.: r
"" FAIR BY 8CROOL BOARD Martha Hilklnnon d....__.______._ 6011 .. durlnar month ..-...._. leen ;I1HI Twentywne (21)), Twenty-two (221.
l ;w Bradford Co. Bank loan _______.__....8300 00 W. N. NVomana do _.____.___._ _.._ Inn Warrant* INUIM) __ -."nn..... 600 I t j wenty-threa; (281, Twenty-four ((241. or the )
: > troubles have been completely I i I. C I' ...11iI. ltd nrrvlc ___________- 4 to !>. II. dn __ __........_..___._ KOO Hal.nee Frh 1. IOSO . _ 5,442 Norlhweet' Quarter ft the Sfiulhwot, Quarter ,
ri?' me tince I began taking; Tanlac !', M I'adKptt do ________._--_-- '.U Mm. N... Kaolin do ________ 260 Illplrirt No. r I of Section 2, Towniihlp. 6 South.. Ranve 22
T, II. 1.lnh....... do ___-___..._._. 7.0(1 Hunan "..n.., do _____.._......__-_-_.-_-_ 1O 00(I 1.I.n. Jan. 1. 1 20 _u --_ __ --_ Hf .80 I F, .t. '..In. a part uf Cummlnfr'a) Sutnllvfalon) ,.
;' ... jm[ enjoying the bent health I ? Iva T Sprinkle Inrld ____________ nn Martha CAlhn; do n__................. 100 "> during month __ -_. __--. 24.ON nf K>>clhin 2, Townnhlp I Bnulli' Kanve 22
.f c!, had in twenty years," .Raid Mrs. I 1.. T Si.rmklc alary .____..___. .. 1M CO( .'ohnrl.hl( do __u__..--.___. 200 Uarranu I.u. -----.u_ II.'.1 I Kat
Parker cf 423 East Third ',I T. B. 1'h..I..u-r( pn>m on bond ........ 6 00 I Wade "' >'"' do h__....__...-._ ___ 4 00 Bnlance F.-. ItlSO _______ -- ___ I68.6H B. M. JOHN .
trect, C A, Knlirnt elirteal\ ._______ J. llodo __ N. 21Kiilance A. V.
i 8600 C. .______.___..____ 600 I l'l.trr I.UNC SlHWial. Muster.
t lu Angeles Cat. I It1 K.: H. TopiM-ll travrltnir __. .- 26.00 i I .1. .. \\jlllnmii do ...............___ 600 Jan. 1. 11420 .. .-"__ ___11660 !.ld.) for l-UO-61-2-27
0il ; ": BjxTit several thousand dollars I I .:. K. 1''I''K.1I _l Iarl'' -_....-?..?.... 16000 I From Hivh-tnhotham) d..___....__._ MOO 1..I'..* diirlttir month ...___.._'.____ 4.40 -
C'riE E R. I"'I'IK.Inr.d office. ------..--- 11.H7R Newman' I hhl..n do ...,...._.-..--_ 6.00 "" rnn. lulled ._._.--.._--_ -..... 28.00
:. ; medicines and treatments she ', I A. H.riH-r, tvachlno ________. _____.. 's now I I Martha MrllonHld d..-..------..---. 2."0 I I'nlnnei( , n,1 1. 1HSO . .._. ___. 127.H1 MI1K F lois TI'BIICATION'
( jSwnUnued, "but it wan just moneythrown K. Jcnklna do _____-_...........-._ 4/1 00 AlIce llryant( do __u_..............._ I.r IH.trlrt No. 22 RAI F: Ot !UAI ANf INII.1 IIONIIU
for I Goodies A. O .','nkln. d. .____.__......_.__. .:. C. Hyrd do _. ___.____....___ ._ URI.n"( .Ian, 1. IHl'fl __.____ -__ ." H rh. h.I,. : o'clock
'I away, never not any relief "Karah J-nliln. do __._.______.___n___ 4600IVrllia I I.. F. Melvln do ._. _.____._______ 4.00I V-eelpti> .Iurn. mnnth. ..-_ __00____ ?.05 I>. m.. Tuenday. the 10th dy of February
from my suffering until I com- I N.'l,on di> .? .--.. 66.00 I M.lne.) llrlffl.) do ___..___-_..._--. S 00 Warrant* 1",0 __ _.__...__...._ 6.110 1 1U20, at tho county court home In Starke.
merited taking Tunlnc. I -the kind I I Mattir: Mayo do _-::::::::----:::- ---- 4600 r.lh..I""' Crews dn __________...-_.-_ 41 Bnlanre) l'. HIL'O 6.OH 1"I..loa. th. u..I..n.c will offer for aale
"ii was practic- that m-e-l-t .Pw.le! Kvlli-r do .. .__._________.__.__ 4600 Manmn.l ||.lN.rta do _u. __..-.__ SiO 1j1. .-' -N--I------ I )"n.OllOO)) the '1660.000 of
'1I>i J,ally an invalid for twenty years and : 1 J. Ktllcr do 4600 liarhil, litokt. do __h.___._______ 2.00 I Balance .. I H''I: ________. 1M400 to be tanned by Special Road and Hrd) ...
"' .11 ray trouble wag caused by the aw* in your I Ni'llie. Huitlira: do -:::::::::::::::::::: 6600 Wllll.) ) Murlin' ( dn ..--._.___ ____ ( 00) !(. )... diirlnn month --...-... -.- Bi'8. liintrlet( Number) One of Rrad'"n C.nnt, *.

A. C. Kt-lly) di ___ .. _-___.__-____.-- Moo M. M Hud..n) d. _ .__ _-_._. __ 400 \\urranti. IMUIH __.___.___... ? Florid. authorised by ("h.,.. l,(, e 'd.I'd .
"IJf"f.:! condition of my btomach. A great mouth W I. l.awa lo _.. ___-___--..-__. 55 00 .lnck NeltliK for Ell.Oonlnn pauprr 6.on Balance I'. I. 1. "!>!"! . ...._ by Chapter 7IMH Ijtwa. of Florida and In
'.1, part of the time I was confined to PitphU limmomi do __ ... 66.Oil W. T \Vk. n..nI'n.. anldlera dlneh 2241 I I I lll.lrtrt Nn. 4U.T accordance with the reaolution nf the Board
1 my licht, Anna; HutliT:. do -.:::::.:--.......-.-:.- 46( 00 I I I 1 llren I .tinplliw" clerk,. ___._ _.. 4.HI 'I Balance Jnn 1. IHZll) J lit'lfti: nf "". Truilee, of the old dlilnet,, adoptexl
bed: simply too weak to be up. I I, K. k.-lly( do .__...._._____________ flliflO City I lull I lint, I..hl. .. ._n. 211 nil( ....11'1. durfnir' mnntlt __ _u__ 1807 January f.lh. lO 'O. 4
vcould eat but very little and that dill. ;.. Jon.... dn ---........__......._. 66.oo I (leo I II .I"( lArd (". Oo juitit*__ 4821 : WI4rr.nts ) ... h"' S 00 I'hc. aaid hind are to he! dated July let. 4ISIS.
with tits an ///1, E K. lli'y\ do ____n__.___.__._____ 4ft 00iUpOl4 lomb> ) 4' nrrnnt book clerk - 8I 26 I llnlanpe Fib! . 11UO .. 14871)1 I and *'lll tie laauivl In twpnty-elirht (58)
agreed me "o I suffered terribly dou ; U hit Inker do _._.____ 4600 I J. *> Tmxlir I aurl) avetit -----_-:::-_ 11860 i llrlrt| il .. : that n.n No
'\ft{: from gas. To maU" matters worse I .:; iuts Idn llnnkeratm. do .?_.__............. 4600 Qlllirte l.ti'iiher C. ... work. court houae .76 .', lalnnc<, Jnn. 1. 1HCO 88) 48 ll>22. and each aucceedlnir ."rl. .. hI..
' 'jfwai attacked by rheunati in c. keep you K, 1'':. WnHI do _u.h____. 4600 I N. I II \\ .."" ,.)hi advance tax aiwPMor POO oo Heoelpt, du.ln. month _.. 164S one yi<. later than the eerlfa whlrh preeedea
. my C II.) Ilnyn. do 66 On John Muck _ -_ __ __ 2(160 I I Warrant* .1 .. It ; that \ to ..1'. Irl. A will July
: ,' anne and legs which caused! me no I 'round the It. fl, Kapp do .-.-.-.---_---::::::::::.-:::: 4600 I C. A Knitrlit( nOr) n.'ic ___ _-_ -.. 2000 nalunre f.b.. I. IHI'O( _ . ... 47110 Io+ l.t. 11122. Serlp, II .i) m.'ur .'ul.matu.1. %%4145.

i, nd of pain and faery. I mvor pot Fq all made withDALU r..v. ItfWim do ..._.......>-......... 66 00 K M Jehu, co ally -- -- -. 417 I 1 IH.trlrt Na. and an un. 1'lie ... to I. iTered for aala
fV Mr' . K I M. N Smith( corn for ; ::: : alnep. .Inn 2 a* aforpnald will I.. a* followai
I! Warn-n do _______._.___.__ 76.on) i.-- -- 62 (10 1. I1UI ?
{ a good night's sleep and becanv extrermely M XHitii DtilKMC do .___........__...__._ 4600 W. I1)t.. !I.. clerk and -. 18260 .p. ..
''- nervous. \ K\ _>n Ik'inanw do ._____.__-_._____ 4600 I'lora ("I.w.1"" demnnetratlon a..'. 10OOO) I \\Krrunli. 1..o __ .. __ 824f)) a II. I. J K. I.. M N. O, P. (U.. K S. T. .
Mary, do ._n___.__.__._-_..__.. ?6 noIII. 1. M 1.1.( 2 flnyH corn. _h __.. N 80) Illillince) I'.' I. lUL'll . . 1.11 And 16 0110.00 each of II. V. W. X, Y. Z,
J'WeU, I have just finished J my fourth BAKING V (Ire..,. do _---_______--_--_..... Ill 00 f V .r..k. do .nn.n. 18 80 Kl.lrirt No. 17 AX and BX.
,.t.Kce.-- W. J r' |tpen.m. 2 diiya wllh I U. __ llnlnnee Jnn The aald honda to hear Internet at d
Ilia safest 6500 1. 1U20) per
, bottle of Tanlac and it is wonderful purest, I Oi-rtrurti'; Andrraon, ; --do--::::::-.--:::::-* 6600 I C A. JtMiM-rA. '.'. dny .,..... ..' .h I'ecelltt. durlnir month . 18061 Is 2 ...... I1'r annum pavaliln' *.ml-.nnu"IF| In Navr

.t' the way I have improved. Why. I feel economical kind. Ht.iNio Kennedy do __00______..-..____ 46.oil) Ptarke. I'hfim". ( .. phone rentt.- 1 60 Warrant Inntleil .__ 140-67 y..k or at Ihe office( of ,' U"an of Rnnc I

co well' and strong I do all my housework 4rive.rwy oylvn Ptrniipe do ...___............. (II.OO llnw If'o.h.h '.' days '''n. .. 1140 llnllincp 1'.1 1 11120) h. ___ .IS.66 TriiKteea In Startle, "I.rla. .
( failum." Mi II. II.v.'nv r do _______.__.._. 7600 Jamef IteynoldH d. __.. Ill.till,) 11.. ( No. 28 may elect..
without the least trouble. Last lora Johnnon do .___.._______..._.... 11.00 Blilatipe Jan 1 1120.rr . .. __ 10704 All blda ahall In writing Maled.' and unrflt,1444)fl.l. -
week I actually did the family washIng -'' You You save wo.; you II. T rratby do -----n 4600rydvr Total( - -----.--.__-- -1004 2S Iti-celpta d.rl. mnnth .. 868 and may 4.. for all the h.nd bow
save when you Knight do _.____.___-_____.___. 6600 Slid.... Tendon' Fund Warrant l I.iu..j . h 1800 .''r..1 nr any part thereof not leaa $IO,_
> and it has been many years since Calumet contain I'lowle Rpynotd. do _________._.._._ M.OO ) U..I..c. r.l.. 1. 1U70 ___.- 67 Olio) .00.) and .h.1( |M> accompanied hI a certi
!'' I did like I Krcdient a. have norm. Kn.1.1da ... . l. 11..1. MrClellan) alo..n. .00_ 11 ltript \ fled chock ,. per cent' of tha value) of
a thing that. My appetite .. ............. 4600 n No.
Nnnry (; I Ihe I
.alnty do __.__.. iHinil bid
d officially ... __.. for.
eppmvt Balanre
llnrncy McRae, do ____ ____ ___.... .. on I n Jan 1. HUO (10 67
i fine and U_ 46 Mm. Vlcy Nlrhnl. .
S. 3 uud _
nothing disagrees with do __ .___.___ Paid bond
: _.. to lie
me. delivered
I ( lleeelpta to the
Kiln) ___ month . purchaaer
Minton dn _... ....__...... 4600 5q,... ( d.rln. __ __. 7621
\s I sleep restfully and get up feeling HIGHEST Alice I..... do _..______.__.....________ 46 (On 51 I MAth'. Byrd do .___--____.---" 1000 W..ran. ** ._____-____..__Uh. 800 a)* aoon a* tht y ean be rnle.
Ilklimon The
,! '. refreshed every morning. The rheumatism Hr.I I f.. KiilKiaido) __......___........ 45.00 Mrx.' I'nrrlc..) Hlckl do do _..__..__n._ 10.n U.18n. 1..i,. I 1H20( ., .__' .__ 166.7S I I. rcarrved rurht to lJI .1 klda hereby
W, T. Howard do __. ___ un Na.
:' ? n I960 Mra. Ma A. '. Ilorr
__ 1
.rl.h) .__
has entirely disappeared and M. M. (:rilTii! do -_________________-_ 6260CnnHlr Mr,,. 1.I.t.1h.dd n.._ _.____ BOO I'al.n. Jan. 1. . 2400 11(1 A 1(11 OP BOND TRU8TFPH
Tanlae] deserves every bit of the cred rcilo do _h__ .._ __-_ -_-_.______- 46011) Mra. Mattln) do n--_ -___ _ 10 n 1..I'.a durlnir month ___ -_.___. FOR RPKOIAt. HOAD AND
liil .lol-\. ._ _ Pavln dn --_._.___-__.__ 11) . .. _____ 1 e
do .
y on ? n__.___...___ 11.16 Mr.' ,. llamy n 1.8..d __- niiinrsic nisTRiCT NO.
it. Nlla Pllhra. *> .-----______.__....-__ 4600 11..h.) Mneeley do __--._________ Balance Frli. 1. IIWO .. .........___ 114 ( COUNTY. ONR.
Illx) l'AUI'HI
Tanlae is sold by druggists every- Nina William( do _.___-___ _.__._..__ 4600 M.M... Prune) Wlnvlna ThomaH do__.._____.._. SOS IHMrld No. ItBalnnre FI.OI
do _._
( Trummlc Nrtllra do ____.__ ....___ 76 n_ SOS Jan. t'v E. S
'where. Adv. n 00Mnlid Mm. rutch do 1. 1020 __ __. MATTHe'WR.Chairman..
' ______ 600
M. A. ,..__ .... AR nn durlnir . .
,1 Shaw; ; ; do ...::...-::::::::.:::: 46 00 i Mm.M. t..u. I''. 11.11 0.;; :::hhuu:::::: o nn 1".II''. lued mOllh_-___ __ ___..__ Tlie foreirolna; ante boa bern | .. tintll.

Buhv. 1'nrrl.h do ____...- __________ 66 00 1M.... A.I.I'I'Iy"d do._.._-_-_-_--.-_-_ 1000 llnUnce,. I." l.,ln : : ::::::--: Un. |1 I.Monday. March 16th 1IITO. "
i ELARBEE Annie Moore' ... __ __ n 1000 I .; -- 1.1.&t.I.1.
n .. _. __ 46.00 Mra.' I'olly Ann Rhnden' __ hr 1820.
dn ,
GeorgIa .: .....__.____ _ _ 10.III!I BRAIIFOlin ;rlith.
., 110.00 Mr fITATPMKNr d - Ili-nmark OP TOte .
f..I. dn __ ......... 10 00 4 COI'NT. MAM.A
.1. I. O ,' ..._____. STATE 4 OWN..fml.
66 W .
Elarbee Feb. 27.-Quite bunch of h. o Itawllnir do __.__ FI.HUIA. ( M-Nr. "'.. '
a __
Thrlma do .....____. ...... .1. n.u_ S n I herehy Ar
Cur. 4600 H r... C. do __ __.___. .1' ) the forpvolnff *tatement CON3KP.SH AITCITHT 14 .
Elajoee folks were present at the Mildred( Crm-by do ... .___ Touchton I 4 of .
... __ ___ lid no Mra. .'roue, Smith do .._..___.... tlie Iteeelpta and II.Iu..n.n. of' Of Bradford County Tetevraph
show Ronnie RvddlHh ___ ..._ _.._.__ 110 On Mrs' -- LOt 4 the ftinil ,.r Bradford . puhl.h"
Saturday night.J. d ? ?- Ctmla I'revatt d.. _... __ {.un. ,1' w ekly at Rtarka Pta. for Ontnher
Shell' Hm.l.T do .___.__ __ --. -- 800 I if 1111.
1. _...__ 6(186 N oo. Ola (iraham. dn __..__.__.____... < January 1020. I. and correct to tke State of Florida, County nf
A. Coleman and family attended Mm. W. T. ......... ..___ 1000 lieet of I.Mnr. aai
How.r d 'fi.IIO I Mra. "Kelle Roberta __ _____ my knowledge. and belief. Before a
church at Evergreen Sunday Idu Hnrnry. ...................... 20 261|h M. Kmnta: 1\1") do __d.__.. .____.__ f 00 4 K.: R. I'UI'I'II.I. atata .m.county notary aforeaald. tiaraonally for tha

Tbe family of M. C. Rosier attended .1 W.H A.Si-Men dn .--____....___.__.___- ltd.Oil Mary Singleton.h.F do _._u____...-...____ 86 SuH-rtnt4-ndent 0 J'uhl. .. ,,. peared lv.. R. Matthew. who hauln. been duly an-
fluboni. do _. _. ..
. ..
. ....... 000 M.ttl. C d. ____ ___ .w.. accordlne. to law
riepnaea and
church at Raiford Sunday night. Nellie Rtrlekland d...._............... BO.0(1 F uel),.. --lo-- .-.-.......-.-...... 86. : FINANCIAL h. .. of the ftraitford County gaya Teloaraph. that
IIt.ha"on OP th na -
; Ao-nea Harbour d........_ ....____ n.oo M... fTATlMKNT .
The marriage of Mr. Futch .__. ___ .. J tha following
Linsey la.
\ --- (100 : to beat
Pearl Jonea ...... ...___........ .. .
,) d 4B 00 M14mma ... I'rarl I' Jonea do __ _. _. rOtNTY FINnl nf hi* anawleda/ and belief.I .
>:. Hill ..... ___... .n 600 Monthly' tme :* )
............ 6(1,00 R do Inah..1 .ta.m..nt of I nf the
Lone _. ____. 1..e..n ownerahlp.
C. T. ___....._. ___ __ !. .a.n. H.00 County for of m.n."pm.nt a. tha
Po. d .. __ _u 1110.00 !... ) do ._._____ January afareaald iiuhlleatlnn
G'r1ifANCIAL IITATE-"ENT; OF BOARD OP BOND TRUSTEES OP ( S 8. Pwln. do ___--.. ........___.. ISO.00 n,. K. L than do __._ ._..____ 100. General Pane? the .-. eantlnn. by the I.
t, BRIIrGE DISTRICT NUMBSR I. BRADFORD COUNTY .'..nn.t. Math.._ do ..- ....-__nn_ Mat -_ .I Balance J4.e. Rl, ISIS _ _ H67.21 I .u.t 54. n11. "ulN aet of .

.. K.t __..___ .__.._ .. Total 1..1.. durlnir month __._ __. __.2888 46 I tw
\ COVERING PERIOD FROM NOV. I. Kit DEC. II. lilt. Ca.ln.r n __ __-_ .__.._h_____ 24100 I -- That the nam. a.. addreaaea nf the rub1iher. -
..._. __ lamed .. _
Vlf Ceaaral Pond _nn_____. 750(1 W.rr.n. .. 4 l editor, '
f,*( Now, 12 From Bank of Stark, now __.............................. 600 M m. J. C. IJlKKa do .___ hn______ 8.54010( Fin. and F.rf.4tur. rand Balance Feb I. 1H20 _____ ______n.114111_.IHIO'I aratPnhllaher. manarlnv editor and builneeamanarera
D... 1. From B. M. Dowllnc. tax eolleetor __._---____..... 481 Ixil". IVrryman do .........___........ IB 0(1 B. L llrrant wood ................ 7 Pine and Porfellaira Fund F R Matthewa, Stan ,..
a J>*a. 1, J. F. Colic makinir toola __.__._._...___n-____T-r-imi iI ____._. Jeaale Thotnaa d.___.....___......... aft.0(1 Ilmln( Hankeraon wood .......__ ___ 40.1) Ralaiine Ilee. HI. IBId __ ...__-.2S70.1t I Rdltnr. B R. Matthnwa, Stark*. Fla
I X>oa, 1. Qulirley Lumber A Supply Co., lumber ....................... D on. lAw do *,S.0(1Poppefr'do'IZIIIIIIIIIIIII . Wllla eo iihyalelan ..--____._._ 4 I' 1..I". tlurinr month _..-.. h. 72780 I 1u.ln. manao-er f R. Malthewa, ..
I laea. 1, Quigley Lumber! Supply Co.. lumber .___________________.._ 5 4-n. .1 C. 76 Ilii R M. alty late V Rivera ..... tn) ( Warran. lnued ______ ______.- ... 1\17.1 Fl ltr'
DM. 1. Hank of Starke. cah advanced :>1' payroll* on road and brIdge Olive Ra. do ._..__....._.._.-_...... 7600 W. J. Kpnetaon: prisoner "0"achonl BB 00 Balanpe Feb. 1. 1020 ____, h. _-. I That the owner a re I fl. Matthew
.I- repaira __......... ... ___... .............-______________ 0. (j. Holland do _______n_.____..__ 14(000 Rufila) Kluaby wood __--.---._----_.._ 7.4)0 Head Fund Fla F.
I i Hia. 1. G. L. Barnard ea.h advanced for aupphea __________________ W. R.hH. do --_________ --._--_._ UI o W W. llalaoVn "u.n at jai h.u ._ 40 no Balance 4(0... II, 1K1' -_ --_--_._ 4664) That the known bondholder. tnortirae'eea
{ Da*. 1, Ford fiarane, euppllee .._........________________________ rtclta .Armntronir do __--_____.--__ _. WO.00 t I i W. W. Kaladen( wahln.. ........ S 0 f..I".. durin. mont .............. other aecurlty holder. or and 1
I lIes I T. M. Water bridge rppaln Mary' Johnson d ___........-.?._.. 78 OO W. J. Knnerann f.'ln.. prlaonera _.__ 4*. ..". ___.n. ___________ per cent or more of .wnln. hntdlna;
I I: 8. B.: Huhbard Co., bridge auppllea----;;--I_-..::=:::.:=:=:::=:::: : Annie Rivera do ____.................. 66.OO l ( A. (.ardmrr .a. ( .. Underbill._ 14.7 4 1.I.ncob.. IU10 .--. .__.___ 46 64, mortiraire* or other 1.,1) amount are I None nf bond. *,

Dea. 1, Mni.' E. F. John timber! riuhu ..______________.______.__ I Ruby. 11..1'. do --- .._____---__-- f 00 I W. Jl. Kniieraon: do _____.____,.... MOB, Outtandln' Fan ."rl.:
Doa 1. Bradford County Telegraph, *advertlalnir" printing and atatlonery ( Katryn . do _________.____ .. BB 00)) W. W. llaladnn) wltneaa) ........__.._._ I On( Balance' fW 81, 14419 .un __ 8U.SI:(1 Rwnrn to and MA'IIWI.
(DM. 1. H. 4 W. B. Drew Co.. auppliea ____________________________ Fil. Whl..nrth do .__ ____n_______ 780(1 (1. W. I'....,.I... do _______ ___ _. 140 1..h.'. d".tn. month .........M*.. day of January,0.1..1.0 .ro. .bb 28rd
__ 1'.1.| lea do _ ___.______ . _._..,_..._........ 121.
: Deo .I. Hull'. Department Store team hire for road repair. ........__ 1. .. -hn.n HO 0(1( I. - h. 1.70 I ( h) 0. C,
da! Croft do .1 ..") do ___ __.___ Fib. I. lOl'O .. ___.__... 870.4)1!4 1"11 Orp wmT.I
L Deo 1. Hull. Department Store BupplieaIpe __________________._____ -u.u_ 6801) --- 1.40 My cnmrnlNalon) ) .
*. 1. I). C. Jones, iupplica ..__......__._____.____________________ JI"I+ Maruuer'te' Shrlver do ____ __ ___ 46 0( I. n Mn. dO .n_ __._..________ 110) llralnav Fund I I .1.1. 1. 112f.
j Dea. 1. Bunk of Starke Interest on not ____-n..___.______._____.__ Funlce Haaen do ..n.u________ 480(1( ( ... n n_ ___........... 1.0, Bnlanee) t)<<.. 81. IBID) .__..___ 120 HO
F. M. Clianeey do --nnnn.___ BO 00 T M. Wllllama juror ._--.-___ __ 1..1'... durlnv month .............. COMMIRRIOVKRR' HAIR

Totala __.. __ ____ -_.__H___-_-__.____________________ / ; Vera Rnrrency do -_ --_ -_____ -- .5.o Kay Newaom do __________...._...___ 1.00 I litHued n___ __________ Herrtiv t.'tilff. I. lvrn thai under and hy
e R""eh.Ia ___________ _______._______.._______..939.98EXI.n. B, M llryan. do -_ __--_ --_ _--__--_ j I. II. Kdward: do ...----___-....... to,1)) Bnlnnce Ken. I. 1020 ___ .. _.__ _ 120..0 virtue. nf thai rtirtaln drtrw nf ftartftlnn maditfind
... __________.._______.________________418.89 All). DHirirer do n.u__._.___. S7 BO 1 I A ln. Alvarei do .__ .____.____ 1.110 Widow Penalan Foul .... In lh. Clrrttlt Court. In and for
Maliel Klalr do -------.n. 22.Bl r. C. John, do _-___n__.___....... I 00 Balanen Jnn. I. III2I) ) ... 174 84 Irad.d County Hnrlila. In Chanwrr on
Balance on h.nd Dec. Si. 1919..__.__.....621.24 I. f J-iitch do .. u __ .__ onn 1 A. .:. Wall do - -______----..._ 100 l welila| durlnir' month, .. .- __ 28700 I 1,. day nf J..n"." A. 1. 100. In Favor.
Bond Fund 4. rrew do ____- _uu_ _- 4K 00 <.eo. A. ".ardlner eae, C. OrHY). _._._ 2.B1I I W.rrnl. I.."... .n 241 nn .r "".. II Rurrrnry and J h".h.nd. A. ft.

M..., 12. From Dunk of Starke. not ___............................. F. C. Warren do _-___ ___nn__.__- 70.OO W. 1, 1'.II..n' do _ -_ ._____ BUBO I U..18nc. fib 1. 1121 _. . Ill) H4February I "Riirwni'y, Edith) Witt *nd %her htmhand. IO,
>, DM. 1. From B M. Dowltn tax col IK tor ...__._..................... Corn Harwell do .--__-_____--______ 48 n i I i Hlla* llrown who... __ -_...__.--.-_ 1.1 S 61 h. 1920 Wit.. .1 K WllllnmIda Will In.PI and W wl -
DM.DM.. 2. Alma McMillan copying minute and rvaolutionii ............ 1 II. Wlirvln do _._nn____.__, SB 00 I I, Hla ((nIT). do .h. __ -u.- 1.70' Bradford {.n.F. I l y WIIHnrtm' mlrmm' hy theIr nrtt friend' ,

2. E. H. Matthew expenim to Tal.aha.iBec ......_H........... 1.1. Weoat do .._____._---_u_. Ml.00 Stale Florida. .1 P Wllllfim.. conipUlnantii) and walnut J.
IDM.TDM.. 2, A. A. I>urdon, vxpeniie to Tallahaiuwe. ------ ..,--........... I William) do __.. _--.-_____._ Bit n I Total __ .u______ --___. mill INI T hen." certify thnt the fnr..oln..tatimentof f. WIII..n. '1 fondant thr undrmlanitd) eon-
, 2, A.: V.: IionK xpe.nitc... to TftlUhaurU- ..._.-..:--,._-.---..?... :;:I Mae MrKlnm-y( do _____ -_ -______- Bonn the .. .1. and of the n.I..I"n.. .11| offer and ..1 In front of the
DM. 2. (;. L. Kiirnard. sulary for () F"ln !.kl. do ._ -. ._n.__.___ -. 4(100( '. fund nf Bradford County '1' the month nf roiirt IMMMI d or 'In Hlark' Hmdfnrd County.
;. :j .3:1.f : .. 2. f*. It. Hnrnard. ea.h advanced for ,ui.pik-------------------. ...."1 Mcl..n do n n._____. 4B nt( FINANCIAL RTATr-MFNT ( SCHOOL .January, IflUO I I. true and, correct to the 1"1".1.1. .I".ln. the |iirnl hfiiim. nf unit. nn (
(, flu 2. Bradford County Telvicraph iirlntinir and .Huppli* ............ 5 .lnn ( do ._. u __ __.__ __ 4B 00 i I I FIINIOS "OUNTY beat of my knowledge' and tiellef MiimlHV. .1. day of Marrh. A. T>. 1120.(* to
DM.DM.. 2, Hank. of Stark' cn..h advanced for labor 1-ayrulU ____n...__. ". Tntv-htnn Ineld _.-- _.n___ ... 401( ,i '. W.T. WFPIKR. thu . and beet Mtldfr for muh In tianit.
.... r..P.. '( .). atova .___ __..___ 'I C.lniF uuporlnl..nd.n4a f1taneial alalrmrnt' SKAI.l. Clrrh t'ii> ffillowlnir ,fiprHird real. mlnti* .ltuat.d and
( 2, bank of Starke. i n terra t on not ... .. ...... ........... I .. u. I 05'I r.f ronnty arlioot fund'* for (I.oi r."r. "
IDM. 2. A. 8. Crew copies of 1..1.I..tiv. proceedinK ................ I Uradford Co. Hunk tab-reel ---_ --_ 110(102 January) I HUH) )). theMonth of .. .'nlv| hflnir .. Mradford ( ."n'F. Ftnrldn, to-wit :
1)14. ... Jonrph E. Wilfion. ImndH on trunK** __.--.____________--_... I K. .' Kinotranaportatlon ______ __. flood) (... .r.I flrnoiil Fund"ulanee By C A. KNirillTleputy Thi) NortliweM, ')tiartr. nt Acrtlnn 2. Town-
v. 2. II. CUy Crawford coplc* of li-crUlative Journitlii _.____.._____. ( I I. U. Mil.'rman .4. _. _ .__ BB on Jnn 1. 11120 __ ._ ( Clerk whip I Roitth,, T'-- 10 Kitiit and Ih. H.mth.wmt .
Dot. 2. (,juh...." Lumber fi Supply Co.. ntakva ......--.....__........ VvilfT Knight Ineld __ _._ __.___- B 2B 1..l.| durlnir, month -- _-_ .___ ..B70B.? .Jimrtir of H. "fim| 27, Tuwnnhltt I Iol.h.
n... 2. H. A W. 1+. Drew Co.. KUpplU .n --.--_________--____.._._ I ( K. "'.".. do _- -.._ _._._ ..__ 4HBS W.rr"nl t.) .".*: ..n __ .Win + (pine vrpnut t Inn... I .'n.l. alan lint North Mulf 11.
fl. Wattle. printing __._ -- -- - A4HII7II I I '> Ounrtcr. and 8 itittu) ' .
IDM. 2. K. S. Matthews, 'ump---------------------------------.._. - 4.111 I I'Hlnl.' "'. IHZn Blarke. flu. Feb 1. 1020. (11..1
) I ,1 I .IOI9M( I ()". .. and tli. ..
AI..n nl..llin. lnel l _u- -. .- 21M I ,! lllatHrt Nn. n."nt (if the elerk' of I lie Clreult four! 4 In I N.rl..a. .rl. of

I Totala -______-_ _ u-_ __ __ h _--_--_--_-__ _--_--__-- 15111 ( .wn d. ._ ___ ___ Ann I n.ilnnro .'..n 1. man( ._ I _ nnd for. 1..nrd rounly. Finn, I. on aoroulit ," 1..1 tfin.rt rt In Rcrtlim 2H( Town-
l(<.ct.'.*..h| ,.. ) )) month __ -. _._ 1100)1 II of Taxea aaeaed for the fear 19101 able A ," ,. lIny" 10 Paul ; Alto lictrlni
bxpunimt .- n_-. __ -. _nn_____ 6bl.U ..,1| Warivn do 'n _. ______u_. 20111 I 'nrriint d".ln. ) "_ _. 1)114.41) ''I II. M. flOWMNn. fitnir at th. N.r.h..., enrnrr nf ttm Nurthcimt
liiaueil B (in ( of
rihel do __ h ' JunrtiT tlio Nfirthwi Courter nf H'Tthm

Balance on hand I...-.,. 81. 1919 __- ___-116H.OV "I"irle' M*>wi'tl d.i-u n_____ __.__...- 10 2000 no I I ,, i Ha lance Fi-li 1.IlUlrlrl 1II7II .No._ . . 2(!l I* Proper.tan. I. C..II..rnun'F I' 2". T'lwnitliln, I fltiiith. Unnv 10 Kiwi: : thrna.

tVHa Armi-lron do ._nh_ ____._ 14 HI I ., Jan Snao. 1. In hal due h 1H1BI% llly 9 nm .. 11) vardn tn |..lnt of**
B. ,. .1.. . ) I. 11120 hu _. .M .. nn'fit ,, Hnitth 141 thnfl
I ..ln. --_ "___.- S 8)I "*.Htita. flurinir -- | slOt r lb-eti> .IBM 00 yurdd ; Wt
o .1. od.. .. dn -___.__....._ '.? I Warranla laaui-d in'inth. _ . l If785 t "10 ynrdH thimNorth 141 yardftf 1hrnn
1':. ,' '_ .._ i KaNt: BIO yardn to point of ..
( do _n_ I": I u. 7.0 I I. tn due 1BIIB7.VB" .mm.n..n.nt.
----- I llnlanre rib. _
| I IIK-n I
r f Holland d.. -. --_._ ___.___ !M"I : __ __ 11111 lload and Ir ". 1'1.'rlr' N... I rniitnlnfnir. Blir, arnni tnoro or \\tm. ; ..o.lalnlno I
DI.IHrt" <
W "PolierM do .. n .._n--_ ... 14 111 I I' ?'uh.n.e' Jan. No. I Ian 1.0 hal d.. __u_ 904.i Bl In all 4Hfl apron, .nr I..
IM r-'ulrh do h. _._________.__-__- 1HI14( I "II.T.I| 1. 1B20 __ ...._-_.__ .. on I t lly anl ..11..1..0 ..10BB17Fell N, 1). WMNWItlf.lfT.
..hv rarriah do ______.. durlnir m.nlh _.____.____- 4400 A. "Oh. W".
----n III 4*I i'"arrant C'IP
"Hnn 1..1..1' do _--___ -_ ___ II I i laaniid" . __ .__h_ . Ion I 44 I 1. bnl due h. 7)41)0' ) IIU (' R, AIIRARN, ('.riimmlMlnnr
' Fool.. U".n do ... .--_--- -..- 11 Jf4 I I I Ovcrrtraft I eb. I. 19211) _n____.. 26 nil) r. w do '1.'rn N. 4 ,'. ) due (101) 11lly rfimnlalnanlri'' ,
', -- 7.: T 'Iar'do --::::--::---:::::::::::: 1111 111 111 I I I I falanre i Jan 1. ) _.._.____ 11(14d"eerlnt n'1 I.I\I.\ ...J--------------:: : :: : :: I j 1.1.1.,1' I h.'I0.llt.2.27SFEI'lAl. ,
iraae _.__ ___.______ '' during month .__ -._.*.__ '142 - -. ,
111 ao 0 >
"n"ln. n : ,
, I.. fuk. d. 0.__n__.___-_____.__.___. l ) laau d .. .__u.u___ B BO(( .'..1. (. In lial due _-__ -- Mill) .ISWidow I Nfit'rv' IH hrrt-lty M""TII'' "A.F |>h, .. _
**ra J. Merman 'teachlnv ____ ._. 1..I..n I man n. ____u__ 14)2.) )IN .' Penalon virtu and hf
II 4 of
( ,
a Hnal dec
{ II. I Illalrirt N. I .' _. of fntwItMi'ir mad
"i-HJird To. riank. .n I. to lial d. nn_ _. 1 .B1 21 .
;?: Mra.'ord Flank 'loan loan -------------210000)4 I I'alanre) Jan. 1. 11120 ____ ____.___ IB 41) lly amt enllecti-il( Still 0 find pn..d In I r>rtln .a... rHndlnir) In tha
(0. -------------24)00(0)I I| i f'erelota f'I milt of ,
) durlnir month __ ______ (107 r."r "r."on F'I.rl.I., on
Hank loan .. u I
l.a.f..1 C. ...__.__2000(1(1 ..
I U'arranta ,laaui-d q ._._____. ____.. rVh I lo lial due, -_. --._ 191121) '' tide mad and m.
Total 1 1..lan. Fi-b I. 11120 ._ .___'._._ _ lo I I County Rrenal I I d'r..1 nn tht Oth dny of January. A. lf20
__ *. II I I f
THE UNIVERSAL CAR ( .:)I8.nct.I tin
: -------u Tat IHatrlit.) UI.lrn No. I Ian tn lou due . . 2792B l(4) I Illy wh..ln Am..I.o T..t f'umpany, a ror-
, "f\' ".,,... Jan I. ) ...-.h- H? 4)10 l .. .' eolleru-d) _h_. .. ..__ h..rI.414ln. ad ndmlnlntrainr. nf thf mtnt
; r "."" .. ..hln.; 1 _ _- ill'n "effelot. dun .. month .____._ ___ ._h 922 of 0)1 F MnrhllHl-
The Ford Coupe, with electric self starting r.rrn. do 2 --_ -_--____.----_ IB.00 I Warrant laauml ---.n.___ 10 I mi, I'.h! I I. ..Iml due) .270211 RO I 'filafnant.( and W. R f'arkrr Pi-IU rarlc-.r.
". r. do H __ -n 10 o I I.O4))4 llalanee I. HIM --._.__h_ Ill((IB ('..nly Pnlta i his wIfe, Jnhn T. Tnffln, rt a1.,,
and lighting system, has a big, broad scat deeply *' Anfleraon do ___. __-_. . In I tllatrlrt' No. T .'.n. t. to bat (1u. 117(100My undiTaitirtiftd an .iprlal ma.'.*. will ..1)) brfor*
. Kennedy. do .. _._h'.-..._ __ 1000 "alanee Jan I Iflao ____.___..... itt I amt collectedFeh h. _ .___ th. niurt h'MiHw dmif nf I.dro..1 Ctanty.
upholstered. Sliding plate glass windows so that r.w| p ,oflo. do .. _-___ _- .. Ilnn' 'Weliit diirlntr) month ....____.__ 17.1.n fdreFlorida' *>n Mondny. th. I. riiiv nf
"rII" H Weaver do __ __ _ KlOOi '*'.rranl laaued -_--_ ____ _- III III le lial) due .. . 117600Total M,.h. 1"20. 1..I..n ttii, lirM) of .al'*.
the breeze can sweep right through the open Hunter w"H 22 '__n.-_ 1 n "alanre Feh t 1920 ....______ -- 20B) 24 1 Jnk, M..h.1 *. 11. hi.hiii t and Itmt lilddfr for mali, th.
..- ...n.l. 17 _._ __ "f niatrlrt 74,. I .Tan I. to hat. due . . SOIflnHBy .Iowln. d..rrl.c$ re.) .nt..... Itnatnif
car. Or in case of a storm, the Coupe becomes a *.' .. rhatieer M-hlnir) V --nu___ n.) alanee. Ian I. 1920 n -n__ amt collected 187(144reh |1..10. ,. .nln' nf flrndfnrd and Rtata a.c 1
-. ejlrrpnev do fl --._.Un..._ B 110 I I ."eclrita "u.ln.( month __ __ 12.n5 f'lrirfdN. find riVflfrltMtd a. firllnwn. towlt )
closed car, snug, rain-proof dust-proof. hast M. ..teh do 10 ._ .____.__._ -_ BOO I Warrant $.... ) --h.un__._--_ 10 4 on I t. t.. due, . _. 764206Huh.Hrhaol Tho North Hnlf nf tht flmithwttit Oiinrt
all the Ford economies in and main- o w Wt.Ifls\ \ ) do 2 ___..u_.__... IBnnIej.ll tlalane, r>b. 1 'IBHO: ?--_ __ 1I ((IB of fl.ts Kfl, Tnwnnh'p' H. Rttuth) ftABif* 20 .
; operation ,, '_t do 2 _ .-_________ -. 10110) | IM'trlet Na. f Jan t. to hal due .Hond. .. . 6846 ISMy ..nlnlnl.. *0 ....., morA o I.447. I.... Ful

tenance. A car that lasts and serves satisFactorily ". wiiii m. do 2 .--__ ___.___ I0"0 Pa'anee' J.n. 1. 1020 ._ ___._._._ 411 M amt roll-cud --. .n __. 700((41 i M' .JOnN'
t 8W' n4.V4040. do) M ___._n_-..__ 10 o) KeeclrMa) durlnir month -_..__ <.___. 149n I IA V I (INO. PIHTI) | Mn.t' _r.

as long as it l lasts. Demountable rims -.0 MrFwen do 1 ____u____..___ IOOI V'arrant. .l.*w.d .hhU_____.__... IB I BO ....... I . lial due) .. __ ____ 8648 8Opm'i.l IN i Rollcltor for D.m.lalnan1.ln.I'.I.-!
"lrI do _ .___ ... '10 n Kalanee ...b. I. 1042))) ___ ____h. 47 411 II. Kond IM.lri.-l No. I i .---. .
with 3j4-inch tires all around. For the doctor .-.(. r.mrl.T dn 2 ..__......._.__ on I Dlatrlet No. t* Ian 1. to ..' d"Ird.. ._ . _27120 ORIIFR ron puss/ law -
' ".l (vrVlna Ineld) 2H _____________ .. ) B7' "..I.n.. Jan 1. l )2n n.. .______.. IS! 20 By amt collected) ___ _h._ .816061Feh ( 'In Clreu't' ('..url. Hlate nf 1(0'Florida.
and travelling salesman it is the ideal car. a rHiraVn do 2 -______......--_ 11100 ''_.1.1. durlnamonlh .-...-__.-. .. B 1 04 .- i Judlpli.1) (Circuit Brailforil "RDuniy"fl KlehtltIII
r t ' n-van do S _._ _____.____. III)n Warrant 'laNued _. _--,- __ ___ 1.101..1 due _ ____ ____ .' 4 1 rely. In 'bun- \
: r fnnea do nl - '-- ........... 14))I Ralanee Prh. I 192n _-_n__ __ __ 151.1 MOi 14 H ,.... S held.. llond Na. 2 A JOHNSON.
.,. A. aMln"> do ::::------..... BOO ".'. N.. ,Ian 1, tn naa due .UI.lrr.. .UAOO.HI) I ; I
The Ford GarageA. .. | loh+ Plant water S .. 470) nalknee Jan 1. I02n --_ _..__.__. 10BBB' "', amt collected __.____ .___
o ni.llnv wood B _-_::.::::--:::- HBO i durlna- month .----__.....__ Bl 1 7ft"arrant -- J,.: I
a. T). Andrew* Ine''il 1 _.__ _.__ __. 17B leaned ----------------.4.. B 00 Feh 1 lo Ital due .. ,.,...." "t. O"
W. & G. A. ANDERSON w. Morvan do 11 __ _.______.. 271 I llalanee Feh. I I92n+ _____.___. .._ 129.2HIllairlrt I W T WI"K 1IROO.f. I ,It arirearlnr. tiv afTldavft' I the
C8e.r do in '_ _" _.__. _. 41.I Na. II S.all) Clerk:, Coup 1. I IBy hill filed. In the nliove ..., ".nl.1 .
V "nd. da IK __._____h___. MCI II'', Palanee' Jan I. 112O __._ _______. 15.0'feeelnta T. A KNK.IIT. I .J.dmaon., ) the defendant therein.. eauae that retla _
'-')). Wll.n||( w. l 2*. durlnir .. '' named I* in
-------------o- mon'h .- ._ __ Deputy 'Icr It. nnn-r 4ildent nf fie "'.'. -.f Flnrtdn
nrarin. Kennedy$ lanlbir 2, ..-- .____ Iftflnl w..ran. 1..0 ___. _.u____ 144 00i % --.-- ----- I I. a 4ildnt nf Charlotte' Slate) nf North ahe I
w. Moroan ,.h.k ft __________ 2 4n'i if Ralanre ." I 1920 __ ___________. 24"0m..I.t ) $PE'IAI. MAHTFK-H SAT 11 I I 4llflI.l over 'he ave e.f twenty-one: year It Car.taiy ,
Mann renalra . __h_ .. 0 a', N... f ,| 1.0.) la h.r..tiy irlven that under anrl I then.ffire nrd*'red that aald nnn-realdent '
a I'.. traehlna-4. ___...., Palace Jn I 0 ._ .
u -_ B n i 11 '_ '._ .. M4 , final rleeree nf forerloaure. mu' fendnnt le> and la herebv required .. ,/4
","." ( .n. .. | f>.eeTita) durlnfr month .___ ...... 8 .. \ tn an.' . ? .j I January I IBth. A. I> 1 IQ20. I |II" the hill nf .enniplnlnt) "' In ea14 4
'radforri Co .. loan 1 .____. 4BO'al ) I) I I Warrant* Hwurd __ -...... -. BOO .0. Judve.n. .of the Clreult Court of Florida. or Monday' the l.t.c.lav. f March paiee tin A n
I Palane' FVb I. 1020 _.. _________._ .1.8) I I Klyhthludlrlal) Circuit. In and. for Ir.o.,1, j, fl 1020ifherwlae' the of anld hill I
. __ nn ._ _--_ -_ 802.111' Illatrirt Na 1 (>*unly. Chanrery alttlnar. In that I w II he a. .I..I..n.... defendant
"'._--.ifM ijiiiwd( from General) flrhoot .. j 1 P-alanee Jan I. 190 ., _ ...__ *4I* I B. eni,." wheln Alfred 1C waa II I I. further ordered.that thin.) nrder I he ,
,."n" nf bnei'd Feb. 20th Mnelnt d.ln.) monlh ._._..,.-.__._ 21 41 } anil A. ft Johnaon an.l.Independent). Fer10 > tlahed nnc. a week fnr Ove mnneeiitlve "lb)
r P"g.r l aervh-n .____.._____ 4 20' ''Warrant. .I.u" ".. .__.___......... 2(14 tiltxer ( omnany. a aornorailon. were def.-nd. In the Bradf.inl County Televrnult, ) n newapa-, t
I I.a..t. ---------------------1.2 I) Kalane, 11120 ----.------. 2ID.I7 .nl. the undvralirned) will offer for Male) before toe puhlkthed In aald) county and tate..
T W PlnSotater, ) do .. .._.__--._ 7 00n 1' Illatrlrt) ;- lKalanr > ,". court houae dtior at Htarke, Florida bit.tweeri 1'h. January 2*. 120. .
I Por>n<-ll Ineld l.171e-------------- 10 (4Iradford Jan. I. 1920 __ _........ *4.)II I th. '.teital hour of Male on I W. T.
Co. Bank loan :::::::::::::4180 I OU i I ITo .I"t du.ln. month .....-._. ._ .440 March lit. 1BKO. t the hlvheet( and 1_M.ndo.' ''Kf-AI.i Clerk Circuit WEEKS; Court.

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FOUR --- =.-.. -... I -.- -.--. . ----
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--- : Not that I'm \ lot of the boys and they wanted me togo FOR 4'IIII lSIO EWISTRICT NO. I duties pt the office/ and I earnestly. sotej
I ly with the others. inexperienced hand I hereby: announce myself candidate for I 1 .upportf the voter, at.the 60
f, Bradford l County! Telegrapii 1 I No truth is sti auger than fiction, always perfectly calm when know a big one them.along They to the were o.t have W. lodge an oyster with t h. office.'I'alestloe.of County and: Commissioner J.rovld..n. U for eleotrd PlolrlciNo.1. Iwill i Respectfully. W.en.uln J. .1'1"F.RSO 01...
but some .
but more inconvenient, and if we wantto starts running you faithfully: d.echar. the diitl.e of the Of' FOR MEMBER BrHOOl HOAHnlt nii
of jail the lunatic asylum of these fellows get nervous and excited feast and you know I could cover turn floe to the best of mr: .biUty: NUMBER TWO .,
;f-ohiiiThed;; ,; Weekly, and entered a. seend :- keep and out armed to the teeth ( ; don't know how to Bit still In that down. So I went along. H. H WILLIAMS I I '1'111.,11I announce that I am a nrnlM, ,
pot go *
: class matter at the poet-office atc and hove a bulldog for a bedfellow, the boat and let the bass do the jumping Well we hud a dandy time. Wentto FOR COMMISSIONER-DISTRICT NO. I .: for Hoard re-election of 1'uhlle as Instruction a member from of DlntrlMi th Com v**

Starke. Florida. we must te a. chary of truth In our around. lodge and had a good meeting then I hereby announce myself a candidate for refction 2. I rcj-wctfully: solicit the votes tf tk? ,
roo- u. intercourse with our fellow men and The Shimmy Wiggler did it. That's marched down Call street along the .:.c Commissioner for P strict No.2.,. acne of the county: at the lo"'h""m'nw J' "M nrim!:
worth the most popular bait that has ever north side turned over at the Bradford Lake Butler and Worthinirton. Uiirln my IneutnlMTcy - Nnr.f "
: if it radium and
and Own. as was endeavored, to -
K.: S. MATTHEWS. Editor women of the office. I have
thousands of dollars an ounce. This come out. Jf we are lucky we will County Bank corner passed De-, serve the people of the district, aa w..11 .. the:: NUMBER Til lirE DISrRI!,!

;' we can prove by the probable consequences have about two dozen more in early Witt Jones store (and say when we county at lame to the "best of my ability and I I.m a candidate for member ,,t id r,
I willannulate 1
Florida has one automobile for every of acting on point 4 In the next week. Cot a letter from a man passed that store it seemed they all If my: services the have support given of latlnfaptlon.the voter, at the, II.Hoard and of respeetfulljr I'ublle. Instruction: solicit the for I>,,'rirt '!"
. 16.6 persons. From the difficultyf Herald: away down in Bonifay the other day wanted to turn. In fact I pot: most to comingprimary.. C. A. ROBERTS.. eltl'ena of the district at the "rl"tot, ,,... ,01 I..,I'.'".
crossing Starko's streets at times wanting us to send him one by return I the door when someone said "Oys i, In June. J. D. H' XTFR
"Mins hits her nose 4mcar.cii OP PUBLIC INSTRUC-
} ('rtness BUPERINTEMENT '
.,' without being run over we were led I I with why wait till the w'nd, 1nail. ters" and I jumped back in line). lioN TO DEBTORS -;;:;
powder ;
; NOTICE AND ('lttA ;
, to think that I.very prrson here owned Lacy Wynn borrowed my Shimmy To the Democratic Vofrs of Bradford County: i t:
i blows it off? Why not tell her sh.: We finally (got past and marched up I tske thl. method of nnounelnn" myself a II parsons Indebted to the "'..1. nf un.
16.0 CarL Owing to the tender age of Wiggler Tuesday went out to my. private -I down the office of Superintendent 't t ftusan Reed Santon. late of Mld''d C
I is freak ? to the cafe and sat to the finestlayout ; candidate for reli-etlnn to ,
; many of the drivers the six-tenth lake used my boat and caught of Public of Bradford I Florida deceased. are requested t. n... |ij,
Oh because Miss I'ert. ever saw. About GO of us. pill debts forthwith and ,,
? all
Why not you County subject to the rules of the per> m hum
mentioned must have been found in twenty bass and one jack. lie return. DI'myerat'tt i rle'ms' airalnst said, eelste. shall .
in the elected I fit!
ness would snatch you bald-headed in Then they began to bring: oys- primary on June dth If the nn. ,
Starke. ed the Shimmy all right: but I haven't same courteous and painstaking service rendcred duty authenticated, with the tind*nlirnnl
her big brother would tl'rs. t"wLd. fried and raw. And 1 ,.,,, "
a moment tasted of fish. Think that's nay In the pa.t. E. R. 1'OPI'Et.UFOR 'nr within ore year from date hereof.
q : thrash you, her father would have you a piece the fried oysters were just fine big asa they will .be forever barred.This 01'
"Bimonthly Bulletin of Alaska Bureau the limit. OF THE CIBCUIT 'OURTI j 27th day: of February. 1B! ;"
arrested and her mother would tell the sweet potato *nd juicy and you 1 H. J.
: of Publicity" ig l again in Bill Powell Jack Howe and Jim hereby announce myself a candidate for: STEWART.
: our .
whole town are a brute and fit to ought to have seen them eat. 2Z7Pl2S.
t I you with the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of f.:''fulo 1.OTIf'F. ,
in fifteen
I waste basket. We have as much use : live nowhere but in ChatUhoochce. Horiisby came Monday There little Bradford county subject to the action of the a -
was one weazly fellow
1 1 for this publication as for a ric-e bass. Strange to say they didn't voters at the coming. primary. June Hth. I appredate -
onI'atngoriiun ,
I Better lot Miss I'ertnpss alone.Vet )?\: TO FBTOBS AND
walk either. Mr. Powell is of said he wanted to run for tax collectoror the dull. of thla Imnortant offer, rl"ITnq
I life insurance. We receive If it is not politic to talk of such in one but he but feel that I am qunlifled to discharge them. All fw-rsons Inditiled to the eilrTTepter .' "n.
something, they said had ..
of the bent long distance pedestrians we Wynn Into of Bradford ( '
r I a wagonlnad: equally useless gov. I Having; served the public before the voters are flw r
1 eminent publications If things, we are at liberty to think, what have. Says the only reaaon.ho ridesin just bought a plow from DeWitt C. well able to judirc. aa to my: fitness for the of. Ida. deci-snei1 are reaiti-Med to rnt it ir ?,,
I : every month. we please.IIITSINKSS. I Jonrs Hardware Store and that show. lice and If they rhorwe. to diet me. I promise' di>hts forthwith and nil tiersnns had ir eliim. ,
auto is because it's quicker he'd .. avnlnst' said estate rnnll. file thr .
they were not printed thousands of I an ; faithful and efflelint ....1. Your eunnnrtl m "< ,u |
I I I H he had the "back to the farm" f'el.Tho' authenticated. with the tmrt ,
IT' tons of paper would ho saved monthly rather walk any day.A l i. respectfully: loliclted. C. W ALDERMAN. < n-VrW m ,,,.
St'OGRSTIOXSStaiki ; trator wlth'n$ one :year from dnti
ing. he shoveled down the rreiifthev .
; and the paper shortage would not ex Sportsmen Club should be organized way In making thin my announcement for Clerkof will be forever barred.
:.( let.i in Starke. Our game fish and oysters I don't believe he had it very the Circuit Court of Bradford County.: I This !7th day: of February.. 10?d
. began: business In IBM with I have bad. For a spell I calculated he must respectfully: lollcit the nupport of the people, A. M. WIM MMH
should the
quail protection same uMect. to the action of the Democratic nn.nrnry 7-m-4-Z8.. Ailrr, "
:; f: one littlo store. It the have a ten-quart pail on his lap catching 'Inor!
i In the large cities wallh' was only one as they have in other counties unlesswe eWtinn R. C. RICHARD. '
many wo -
for many, many miles around anddrew oysters for his political campaign,
ride in auto want the supply exhausted. We FOR NOTICE FOR Pt'BI ICATIOVPcnartwent
en cars to their work. Thispresupposes : RUPEHVISOR OP REGISTRATIONI !
trade from the then thinly, settled for you know oysters will win lots of of the Interior I' N Und
t t. that to have clothes are ready and willing to do anything hereby: announce niyw-lf a candidate for reelection Ftc
Biudford Alachua and Clay countie. we can towards organizing an asso votes but I watched him when he got to the office" of up.'rvi.or of llpRlstration Office at Calneavllle rcbrnarv.
\ washed bo 'n n
of must getting very costly. done Tho difficulty .. As the years passed trade would ciation and would be glad to have anyone up and ho did not have any bucket at rit the for aupport Urndford of county.t.'nt..I,*respectfully at' the entiuini'primary foil Notice I la hcnhy .given' that .Joe! I. 110,.I

its : washing and continue to come and the number of who is interested to come in and all, and he looked like a pizened pup and If elect" IVoll.. an In the I Hut.dlscharae 10 Inn,. of Lake IBl"Butler tnnde, rlnrlda.Hnmc.tesd.who on n..,..
high cost no doubt cause many single the duties of the olftce. with ut'.u''ymind r ( ruin No
stores increased. one time Starke but still able walk. for Went Half of
to 0I412 Northman
talk it over with us. courtesy. C.t.. 'CN11Hr. Ouiilw
men to buy new dud In the stores .
made a spurt and tried manufacturing Section 2. Townchln fl South. Rnntr* It* FM
and throw away the old, rather than We don't know how much truth lIe wasn't any worse than Dad FOR STATE SENATOR' Tnllnhannee. Meridian haa filed notice ttf ,i.. 1 1tcntlon
have them washed. If so, this is another but it did not amount to much. I there IB in it, but we understand that Fling though He had just got overa I am a candidate' for State Senator for the to make Innd three year proof to mtablhhctnlm
Trade is neatly the only industry that 15th District and will appreciate the supportat to the .ieecrlhed. hcfnn* tho
of the Doc Mitchell has been long spell of sickness and was about
many reasons for thehigh has. negotiatingwith the. coming primary of my: fellow citizens. Clerk of the Circuit Court at RUrki FlorUt!
succeeded here so fur in the town : starved. His folks had him on the 2Rth dpi of March. 1920.
cost of living. Mr. Snap Brinnon for the purchase kept on A.DKrNS.
proper.If Cla'mant name an wltn"" t
-- I 4 of a very large: bass. short rations so long. He said all the M. I.. Crew. of Lake Butler. Florida,
? Starke is to remain only a trading FOR SEERIFFI S. C. Crewa, of Lake
neighbors: had been mighty good flutter Florida
The broad-minded editor of tho locality then let UR make it a trading I CJUIGLEV[ LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. hereby: announce myself a candidate for Jen-e Canon of Lake Butler .'10.101..
Gainesville bringing in all kinds of feed and with reflection to the office of Sheriff of Bradford
News urges his readers to J. H. Pitta of Lake Butler. Floridn
-- .. center. As the Telegraph: ha. before I what he had at home he managed to county.: If re-elected I will a* In the past, ROBT. W. DAVIS.
KU ana KIL Hcquumtea with the ( SAMPSON CITY in the full
joreigners mentioned several of our eHtablish. pare no palna discharge of all the 2-20-Kt. 11.10
-- pull through but was not very hungry -
I them and he
; among says: ments draw their main from -
many kind words about this part of cither parts of the state;support yet this outside Sampson City Feb. 27.-Mrs. Eva NOW. My land, I don't want to
see him real
our population. The frequent use of trade has come, not through: the Smith of Gainesville, was a visitor hungry. -
the word "foreigners" in here Well one man said he had toJacbonville
connection reaching out for it, but from the advertising Friday. to go
'with strike troubles end bolshevism satisfied. customers have glv- Charles Smith, of Clayno was hereon to buy some Hardwarein

has made many"'of limited acquaintance I'n i it-a slow way of gaining trade. business Tuesday. a few days. I just bawled him out. MR. F FARMER: You are crying

with the world believe that all lA't[ our business men advertise themselves Marvin Ogden of Graham, was hereon Why don't you trade at home. De-

who come from Europe are bad. The in all localities from which they business Tuesday . Witt Jones can sell you anything you shortage of Farm Labor. You

, .; foreigners who have caused trouble can expect to gain trade as well as at Sampson City school has closed:on want in that line. Why not help keepup say

really are a very small portion of lome. Let each establishment account of the influenza.Dr. our own town. Since us farmers its

'' those not born here, and the greater pare to make itself a mail order house.pre Middleton was here on professional have begun to trade more with De- impossible to pay the high wages.

part of the foreign element believes In Our mere.hants are on good: terms with business Wednesday. Witt Jones he has put in a bigger

Americanism and lives up to it. each other and could co-operate so Mrs. Iva Sprinkle visited the Samp. stock and has Raved us a right smartof Your farm

that one could supply what another' son City school Monday. money. Let's all stand by our own must keep moving, you

A boy of Trl'nton. Alachua county did not have in stock Lack of rail] Hogan Smith and Link Williams

I .has, according to the Tampa Tribune, way competition would be no bar as were visitors to the county scat Tues town.Well, I found out that all the poll- cannot afford to stand still and let

written to the postmaster of Tampa most of the goods would be sent by day.Lee tickers that were there were sure they

;,that asking if there Is an honest man in mail or express. Burrows passed through here. would be elected (if they get enough your land go uncultivated. You must
city to whom he could Intrust
Lent Friday enroute to Gainesville. votes) and I
year's Fourth of July guess they will. I am
shipments old of gophers. lIe is tWI'lveyeai'll a good; move for Attracting picnicwas visl.ors Mr. and Mrs. Duggcr: have renteda no poll ticker and don't want any of. buy machinery the labor saving kind.

to believe and boys of his age: are apt but such an event only once a room from Mrs. Varnes. fire but I do want to lIfe our town ,
\ that all men are honest. Lucian Herring, of Jacksonville is Let's
year is not frequent enough end at. grow. put our shoulder to
i I'ensacola and St. Augustine are the tracts. only near-by visitors. Let us visiting his children this week. the wheel'and push and holler. "Why Every farmer should have
only gopher eating cities in the Joe a
state have more picnics occasional Hall has returned from Palatka not Starke." Why not DeWitt C.
and the boy had probably tried them excur- where he has been employed. Jones Hardware
ions Store. Let
without and flying. or other entertainment us pray.
getting satisfaction. Gophers, Wiley Edmondson and Ray-moid

.classed having neither as "insects"hide nor by some feathers expressj are to hem entice well fur talk away up folk our to desires come treat and Sunday.Brown were visitors to Lake Butler : Political AnnouncementsFOR Riding CultivatorYou

agents: and it what we havo to offer and supjij/: them
j may be that consignors with Mr. Humphrey of Brooklyn was'visitor a
advertising about'mai TAX
I have refused to accept the matter ] order here Sun I h.... COLLECTOR
shipments ,
ay br annoutiev and
myt\t\ plow
can cultivate
trading. We m Candida for
In : would thus make a aboutten
f. thq belief that they consisted of ourselves th office of Tax Collector of Bradford County crop attending

lugs. known Jun uhjrct 8, to the drmocratle primary to tw held acres per day. A machine of this kind
Expensive Ambition. 192(1.( I pmmlM If elected to .itlve the will cost
There are a few industries wee my: time and the .
if people
which Novelist Philip Curtlss aays that at My time a. an officer mjr ervien. you from $75.00 to $100.00
The Spanish I well) managed would flourish here. Acannery Hands u an open book I depending upon the
inquinitors of old heart all women lire. cave women. But for the Inspection :would have would have been in full blast and I auk :you all for attachments needed
nothing on Sheriff IVters, that wouldn't l be so bud It they didn't unbtnltted. :your nupport. Ronprctully -
,*h.S 1C:: ?f the Cook county jail Chiftp. now if it had been managed right. want to drive up, to the cave In .pmousiue.4lrapcJ -B. M. DOWLINO.I ,

( II* ttdilfi I la the misery of the Then? is. a rjpod location for one' here, ) Rapid J'rlIfC. take th. method fif announcing to th. elf-
It lieni of Bradford County: that I arn a candidate Disk Harrows. Two and One
fend 1
with could be connected 8y.1 . Horse Plows Weeders
: rIIuhrty compelling: them to witness a -- - for the office of. county: tax cr.tlfctor. sub* 1 ,
the executions frequently taking rup factory. A laundry under business joet to the will\ of the votrn at th. ..nmln.1 and all kinds of cultivators See
stock of
democratic weedingand
like primary election to be held June my
place In the jail for the reason la1nays management would do well FARMERBROWN 8. 1020 and mprctfull* refer you to my: ree.on .
of setting an example! for them, here and get work from all over the aa deputy. tax collector the put ..-..on Carden Hoes.
My prom to the people lit thint .. ,
state. A plow and If weloet
In this he is acting against the law, carriage factory me I will faithfully dlnehanre th. dull.. .
a* "cruel and unusual punishments" managed with push would also succeed Get up there Rastus. It' Retting of the office, Co the bent of my ability. with

arc forbidden tn every state, and no in Starke. mighty late; must get home. Saman- prompt eo..I't'.men.your vote. W.all HAVES.I will appreclate DEWITT JONES

good can come of It. On hardened We are glad: to mention several industries tha will be mad as a mad hen. Shedon't
_ which are in the making but t viA) to nay to the voter of Mraifford] const .
rrinrntalB the sight of a fellow man ; know where I have been. ? that I am a candidate for the office of Ta. HARDWARE
being killed has no effect except to which will assume great proportions Well here we are at home again. Collector aid I reepeetfully: solicit your aul>. 'I I

L make him more brutal and to the because they are managed right. Our Hey Samantha, bring out the lan port the enmtnv primary J June. F.. POITff.f>*H "IM I.

others, during the sleepless nights broom factory In forging steadily -

t which follow days without exercise, ahead. Our lumber and supply I'om-I tern.Where in the world have you been I am a candidate son COIINTV for JlT"r.JI: I
entinty judire nP Vim* Z
the contemplating of the xpectucluwltnassed puny alms to have a largo and Jim Brown ford county and hereby: announce my *.*. I =-

ndds< horror to already supplied lumber yard as well) as sash Say, never you mind: bring out the dncy having In lived the In comicS th.. county primary all of June my _life. l..nJ 2fl SEND US '.

gloomy thoughts. doors and blind, also to do buildingand lantern and I'll tell you all about it eerved It In a pul'lle'' way for iieveral veara I THAT ORDER

painting wherever called. The when I get In the house Thanks I'll of feel meld tInt office.I can ifTlclrntly I perform the i4titf"( <
(ollrit the .
; A judge in Kansas City who knows latest enterprise Is a nursery for potato be in right away. democratic voters and If elected .r.n'...... J! \It HEN YOfc* NErD ANYTHING IN r:
more) about law than about the ways and other plants. It has already Well Samantha I met up with a ful and conscientious-....vle... R. A. GRPEffT J]

of the world has declared that "a wife attained large proportions and, will hen by: announce myself a candidate for the ri 3] Office
continue to out. office. of County Judve of Furniture and Supplies
Is not an asset. It was in a case spread We have room : Bradford Count.

.' where a negro had to show what he for more plant nurseries, and, why not j,J not Florida be. able and to on make account an active of my eamnaltm health "I will and D j Commercial and Fancy Stationery

; owned. lIe had a $7 watch he said a make Starke a center for this Indus will "....11,. appreciate any favors mv frlcnrf :":f J Printing, Lithographing
: can Rive I
me. snliait Engraving
sino Victroln and a wife. A negro's try as well) as for strawberries. As a | June nrlmsry. R.-aneetfully.your simport T J. PFKl.K'n th* "J Books-All :,

., wife AI'I a rule, Is hill most valuable asset horse and mule market Starke In" well j [} Kinds

for she often supports the family. known and buyers come here from allover III Women I FOR hereby REPRF.IIENTATIVF.-GRmyp: announce myself: a candidate TWO In [}j Artists' Material

The Victrola and the watch had probably the state. (Rroun. Two for nom'natlon' for th. olTlce of ["}J Athletic Goods
"been bought with earnedby Starke is perhaps the biggest sweet Mill Representative In the legislature from "..of. II o'
money Her Is a meseng to ford County: Fiori. .. subject to the action nf [} Kodak
the wife. "Separatin' being common potato shipping point anywhere In U .uttMtnc women. from the Democratic Primary to be held Jun. "',,. "J
among the colored people, the Florida, yet the weight of this product II Mr W. T. Price of 1K20.tVmocratle I respectfully: solicit the aupport of II I.L ::f JJ J

.. phrase "not transferable" cannot be limits the hauling radius to a few I Public Ky.: "I ..offered faithful and voters Clon.eICln1'ou.and. If services elected.. promUe II JI The H. &W.

applied to the wife. With the white miles. But with the coming of brick 0 with painful. ..". I EVERETI' M. JOHNS [I'}I B. Drew Company

man the wife is sometimes a mill. roads potatoes will hi* hrnuohi no__ ht're'___ _ II abe writes. "I got down FOR RKPREHENTATIVE;
stone around nis nl'l'k. wiion sop is from long. distances. So will cotton vita back a weakness in my I I !hereby announce that 1 am-GROirP a candidate ONE for 5 I 45-49 W. Bay Street Jacksonville
and llmb ..
Representative In the (]:
when this ?
i4 querulous extravagant. and neglectsher crop resumes' its former felt helpless and dis I respectfully sol elt the sunnort' of Group the No voters 1. r,. WE: WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN
household; but in very many instances magnitude/ ,, (couraged. bad about at the coming primary election. ANSWESIN3! : YOUR INQUIRIES 9

the husband would! tint amountto If we can do no better, let us im. U given up hopes of ever U JOHN J. BLACKWEI.DEU.FOR .S2525a5g55I

anything were it not for his Intelligent prove what we have at least Let being Well again when 'fIMMISIIIONER-Dl8TRICT NO. F -
Industrious and economical our business! men advertise themselves a friend Instated I: I hereby announce. myself, a candldste for CI IClO- -.oo.
re-election' '
County .
: rommlsulonw for "'. 'OCIO oee
well und l have price lists of their trlct -
wife. goods No. t. subject tn the action
of the
to send to inquirers. They' have already Take ocratic "..1m...... I respectfully? solicit the Dem Starke
, S INCONVENIENT TRUTHS made a start In this directionand port of the voters it said "rim.O. .V..... BROOKS slip- I I Garage and Machine Company II IIo

their reputation for square deal

The Unities City Herald asks: "Why ing in excellent. They are ready to I COR. WALNUT and MADISON St. PHONE 103 g

must people go through. life telling a buy any kind of produce that may be CARDUI !

perpetual lie? Why not tell the brought here, which in another inducement : .Fireproof Storage, Auto Repairing Vulcaniz- e
truth ?" The Herald! then puts forth for outside trade. WANTEDSCRAP 'i n lng, Battery Work. Welding

r_. ten "points" (why nut fourteen 1)) and I 1 Air. Acce.orie, Free
acks why the truth Is not told in theseS His Woman's Tonic J II ALL WORK GUARANTEED.

CSMC$. Point 3. for instance, reads: M

"If Mrs. So and So ambles along the rr I began: CarduL la VT11 IRON I HOURS 6 A. M. to JO P. M.

street exposing a yard or so of hl'l'l I Fish Tale I I I .. abort while I saw a

letr, why not stop and tell her so?" marked difference. . METALSRUBBER J.E. SIMMONS 8OE3OE
I I I Manager. 8
We tremble when grew etroneer right I I = g
we contemplate o IClOk :i-
along, and it OClo.
the result of telling the lady of her I am stouter WA ft I -. ']IOllor: T= : ===XOI=IO

shortcomings in the way of skirts. Well fellows, I euro put ono over have been In : BONES -

Hettor tip your hat when you meet on you this week. I couldn't hardly It :you Buffer, :

Mrs. So and So and depress your admiring win my own prize BO I'll have to pass J appreciate U1'J J SACKS AND RAGS

glance about 40 degree from 'ip thnt 10 1.4 pound buss I caught!! in mean to be GENERAL

the perpendicular. Bonny'g pool last werk. You know, welL INSURANCE

The other points are equally! impompible. Kill Harvard tried to grot; me to paIlS men credit give! for theIr good p' Writ til for price kiat HAROLD
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The !11th' Is this: "If you owe my rod over to him so he could land health. It should help c. WALL

the grocer and the butcher and the editor the big fvllow, and hare .*(", hance at you. Try Cardat At all PENINSULAR\ METAL CCMBAM .

and .you never expect to pay 'I that prize1,.but as generoua aa I am, it B-73 STARp
thorn why not tell them so when you innt once a week that you latch on to Jacksonville' Florida FLORIDA

' place your next order" That might one that size; and besides it would FIRE LIFE BONDS

go with the editor but will fail entire. hardly do to risk a whale like that in .....www..m ma..n "m...... 'AUTOMOBILE

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ow The farmers of this section have ,' this office and receive reward.It': FOR SALE Seed' peanuts, 'Fieri1", I
s planted several to Irish
acres pota !i Runners,, 10 1-2'cents .'' .
GAIETY THEATRE toes FOR SALE-Good canvas tent for White Spanish 12 1.2 cents;: per pour .

; Bits of LocalInformation t r Last Tuesday a party composed of fishing and hunting: I'artlps. I). E. Term, cash I F. O. B. Gainesvi per! ,

STARKE FLA. Mr and Mrs. S. B. Woodard and fam Knight. 2-27-tf Fla. Florida Peanut Milling f ...'
ily, Mr and Mrs. W. A. Jones, and Gainesville, Fla. It: ..
I Mr. and Mrs. Park Prevail, of Jacksonville roil SALE-South Carolina white .

TODAYFRIDAYGONSTAhCE enjoyed a fish fry at Strick Leghorn eggs for netting, heavy .
Ij( land branch on Crystal lake. laying strain. 15 eggs $1.00 30, I FOR SALE-Registered pips/ ; f< .
C--"oI Omr t... .. ael'-a1 MIv TALMADGE Poland China boar., 4 old Ii
$3.20 delivered by parcels J. ;
........ da sap c... T_ 7Hatten left Saturday for Jacksonville post.
v; in to upend. a few days attendingto R. McCormick Kaiford Via 2-27-41 Duroc Jersey vows and five boa-
r business.S. j 4 to 6 mos. old; prices reaionabi! t 01

.. "THE SHUTTLE" FOR SALE-700 acre Mack sandy inspection invited. College of A
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Woodard was a visitor riculture, A. 'V. Leland Farm S .
; ., F Summers of Lulu was in town of Graham were in town Saturdayand to the county metropolis Saturday loam 4 mile. cast of Starke! on perintendcnt Gainesville!, Fla. 2-C- : s
''n dnesday. callers at our office. TOMORROW SATURDAY Ih'rmanIondy! and ,sister of I.a- Green Cove route $10 per acre.
t 1- I I Crosre are spending a few days with Owner J. T. Zaneeburg, Grannis
M arlio Barrett spent Sunday in The strawberry shippers; are busy Fifteenth and final episode of their brother II. D. May. Ark. 2-27-21.* FOR SALE--I offer my farm f. i'

onville. getting their refrigerators in rcadi' I Everybody and his brother were on sale, containing,: Sfi acJ't's. within 01:
ness for the busy season. Smashing Barrierswith the lake fishing Friday and Saturday. FOR 8A LR-Selected Velvet Roan mile of Starke, the county neat o'

" full line of Notions at Stern- Excellent dinners were enjoyed both Seed early speckled variety sacked Bradford county. Good eight roor .

='s. I Kub-My-Tism is a powerful antiseptic dajs. now' two bushel bags $3 per bushel two story house; rood barns al I i t

, j b ; it kills the poison caused from infected William Duncan J. W. Batten was in Starke Friday. f. o. b, Thomasvlllo. Thomanvillo other buildings; about one hundri '
Saydanuh'', cuts cures old sores, tetter. Saturday night quite a number of Elevator Co., Tliomaxville, Ga. pecan trees; two fine grape vim

Do not fail to see the endingof the young folks enjoyed a pound partyat 2-13-41 and other fruit trees; throe pumi '
k A. Z. Adkins and family spent the this thrilling picture. Also the homo of Mr. and Mrs. II. D. furnishing:: Rood water; all kind <
: Col. D. E. Knight was in JackxonWcdnesday. .eck-end in Gainesville visiting at the five reel Paramount feature: May, in honor of Heiman Moody and FOR SALE Oseeola velvet bean need farm implement that are neede

; eRla home of Mrs M, E. Edwards. ..illh'r. of LaCrosse. large, prolific, good, keeper makes one good home; one good mule; sc

, > "SANDY"with | Bob Wynn, of Staikc motored to plenty of vine; matures in 120: days; oral head of stock cattle and o-:
'Men's Overcoats, special price Hunneletfe )Kimonas "special, town Sunday afternoon. very desirable; need scarce' and in hundred nice hens. Twenty acre'h

[$14.50 at Stump's. price, 98c and $1.J8, ut Stump's. I Jack PiUford. I J. S. Griner Keystone: ,' Park attended demand.( liict> $1.25 l per pock, 4.150 on this farm Is in cultivation;
1 II'rvl'f'lI here Sunday. bushel delivered. C>, I.. Mir.cll Lake | Utica gaud pasture A. II. CirceStatko ,
- Rev. N. T. King, of Hampton, was Mrs H. C. Willingham who has' Buller 2-27-4t* Tin. 2-20-tf
I 3a town Wednesday. been visiting Mrs. D. C. Jones left TUESDAY, MARCH 2 I ..School has closed at Hampton on -
account of the influenza
, Monday for her home in Marietta, Ga. and i
i Moore children who have been attending -
arold Wall made business GLADYSESLIE
lime returned to their home.
to Dunnellon Wednesday. Lust week Mrs. C. E. Ahearn delightfully -:I
: i Mr. I'eeples of Hampton was a visitor
entertained the curd club at in
;"'O. Haynes of Hampton was a visir her apartments in the Bradford Ho I Sunday
'torto. Starke Tuesday. tel. I THE MIDNIGHT BRIDE: T. M. pagan Mr. Hall and son, Luther COME VISIT us

,r': ,g,;;;, A Vltagraph Feature. of Hampton were among the
. .N See our offerings in Voile Ladies Coat Suits and Coats, fishermen on Clay county lakes Satur

\,.",'Waists' $2.75 and $3.00. Morgan. $10.00 and up at Stump's. day.Mr.
Show Starts
;iJ.'" .'(;. at 7:45 p. m. and Mrs. Jimmio Batten and /

"v, tr'., Cot and Mrs. A. S. Crews were vis- L. A. Wynn went fishing yesterday. Admission, 15c and 25c. daughter Pauline, of Brooklyn attended Learn why so many people like
: '.pf Awn to the metropolis Wednesday. lie succeeded in landing 21 nice bass I church here Sunday
,,i>, '" Ip a few hours with his Shimmy-Wig- W. W. parkham has returned home this bank. There's somethingmore

;if. : B.: R. Witkovski, of Jacksonville' gler. after being: employed with the bridge to bank service here than

I jwas: : a visitor to Starke Tuesday. I'I'I day night on Account of the Bradford gang at different points south.M. .
old to financial trans.
Jo' J. Batten was visitor to Starke merely an ,
: Mayor C. Hoover has moved with County Christian Church Conventionto a

S Mr.Roticoe McLane and family were his family to the residence on.Clark be held in Lake Duller Saturdayand Friday afternoon. actions. ::--

risitors to the metropolis Monday. street formerty occupied by Col. J. C. Sunday. A large and representative "Things we would like to know."
i Poppell.Mrs. gathering is expected from this Did Bob King and Lonnie Hightowerget

"* t' Special prices on all our Winter county and other sections of Florida. wet Friday night when their boat Here you have perscral; service
Goods. L. E. Jordan left Monday to sank with them on Crystal lake?
join her husband at Oviedo. Mrs. Jor. Mrs. from officers always ready to ,
.... D. E. Knight returned Wed- Everybody remember the union
,T Capt. J. T. Hickey of Macclenny dan has been visiting her sinter Mrs. nesday from Lake Butler, where she meeting nt the Baptist church Friday, talk over your plans In a friendly (

,I ..:i'.spent Sunday with his family here.P. T. J. Griffin. had been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. Saturday and Sunday. There's '
1 :' E. Maines for several days. The rainy and damp weather we way. always a friendly "

I .:. L. Gankins, Esq., of Jacksonville Men's and Young: Men's Suits, have had lately has caused our farmers welcome every time you come. ''.
: !) t X; spent Sunday in Starke with friends. $25.00 to $50.00 at Stump's. Dr. J. II. Vandecar a prominent to lose several head of cattle.

r druggist of North Branch Mich., }fro and Mrs. Perk Prevatt went
'l H. F. Price of Graham was an ap- Herschell Crosby who has a posi- spent a few days here this week com. to Starke Tuesday afternoon to visit Come visit us. Feel the congenial
'mediated caller at our office Monday. tion at the Camphor Farm, spent the ing especially\ to see his old time relatives) for a few days before returning
+ week-end with his parents, Mr. and friend Dr. A. I.. Scott. While here to their homo in Jacksonville. atmosphere. Note the helpful
& Ladies the is Mrs. W. A. Crosby he was also a guest of Mr. and Mrs. "
new J. L. King was a visitor to Hampton attitude. We think our bank Is a
1 here. Sternberg's. Uglow: and Mrs. Grace Ford. Satunlay afternoon.
Mrs. Z. J. Roberts of Hastings, good bank for you.
R. M. King was a visitor to Hampton -
Bring me your chickens and eggs spent the week-end with her parents, We have a shipment of new Monday ,
55 r and get the cash. J. F. Kickliter. Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner returning Spring styles in Coat Suits, .
[ Z-27-tf. home Monday. I Serge and Alesttaline dresses. We
shall +++I I I I I I I I I+M-1 ++H ++Ii li+.
i olTer these for a few daysat ,
4 f Misses Elite and Louise McLenna, Marshal Silas Kite has been spending very close prices as they are BANK OF STARKE ,,

i '.S Waldo, were visitors to Starke onr his annual vacation at Tampa. A. Rent us on approval and have to WILL BUYAll

[ Tuesday. L. Alvarez has been acting marshalin be returned. If you are interested i THE GROWING BANK
r the meantime. come in and see them. J. W.

; ( P. S. McMillan and family spent Morgan. kinds of Pine and E. S. Matthews, Pres. Ceo. C. White, Cashier .,
Sunday and in Waldo with !Men's Shirts of class at Stern- ?
I [ Monday '.......
Crossties f. b. "
S [relatives. berg's. Monday the railway companies will Cypress o.

x resume control of their properties and sidetracks in county, any
" Best grade Outing Flannel- Mr. A. P. Hoffman and family are we may hope for better service. As .

' ) Special price 25c a yard. Stump's at Seminole, I'mellas county. Ancel all trainmen pay income taxes, we quantities.
'. .Jr Wainwright has charge of the Southern cannot expect that their lordly mien

; J. C. Crosby of San Benito Texas Express office during: Mr. Hoff assumed under government control G. C. SWEAT SEED .1
J isv visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. man's vacation. will be relaxed, but if we treat them .
with deference we will have no trou- Starke Florida

a W..\' A. Crosby. Our genial young friend Cecil ble. + Seed Beans Tomatoes Cucumber.... ; ;
a Fenole Adams has been in Starke during the hhF 1111111$ili+M4Stile. ,
precautionary measure
against a DeWitt C. Jones week visiting relatives and renewing Just arrived-A splendid line I We can supply for immediate shipment all the leading and

i Hardware. 2-27.2t acquaintances. Cecil lives in Jacksonville of Men's Ladies'!' and Children's j standard varieties of all kinds of seed for planting in our state. i1
and is doing well. Pumps, Shoes, Oxfords, all stylesin /CLASSIFIED..

Miss Mabel Weller, of Emlenton Patent Gun Metal and Viri
( Pa., is visiting her aunt Mrs.. J, M. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Neal of Jacksonville Kid. Stump's. ADVERTISING! Seed Corn, Watermelon Seed, Cantaloupe Seed

[Truby. spent several days last week Seed Potatoes
visiting at the home of Mrs. Neat's Clarence Register son of Mr. and

". parents, Ir. and Mrs. J. C. Wills Mrs. L. D. Register was a pleasant .
..666 quickly relieves Co Ids and La. visitor to Starke thiN week. Clarence ONE CENT: A WORD rOil EACH I88UK. I Our spring 1920 catalogue is ready and will be mailed '
J Grippe Constipation Biliousness loss 066( has proven it will cure Malaria in an old Starke boy and showed his I A4rrtl..mrnu In....... aids Ihl. h.... : free of charge on request. It contains information of value
[of Appetite and Headaches. 19312. Chills and Fever Bilious Fever Colds patriotism by joining: the navy noon I 1 Hiu.t b. fiHld. In .dvAnrc. No .d..rtl..mad. [ .
far .... for I.*.. than M I Ii
i on. insertion "1. for Florida Trucker and planter
'. and LaGrippe.-1.9-3-12. after war was declared. lie nan made I i
ft: Dr. J. O. Haynes went to Jacksoniville. fifteen trips across the Atlantic and
.Wednesday on business and to Judge J, T. Wills and family have in stilt in the service He is now on a i FOR HAr.I --500f) Heed cane. J. V.I Now is the time to place order for all feeds'.'you can't afford -

f+Visit relatives. moved back to Starke for good. They furlough and has been, visiting hisparents I,, Kickliter, Stnrke. 220tfWANTKD to wait for seed when the. proper season arrives to plant.
arc glad to become permanent dwellers in Hastings. I
Mrs J. B. Rowe and little daughter here again: and all Starke is glad I : any ...Iz('. J. I P..I!.II iAMIIER

.'of' Lawtey, were visitors to Starke over their return. Miss Anna Canova furnished piano Kickliter. 227tf. I CANE. ORANGE, IKXAS RIBBON

Saturday. music at the Gaiety Theatre, while I
'i'iI We are selling out our line of "Hearts of the World" was presented. FOR SALE-A one horse wagon and
I {' Canton Flannel special price Ladies' and Children's Heavy She is a gifted player but the war hornem. D. E. Knight: 1.23-tf 1 COS!NTH, RAPE HGYPIIAN W 111: A T, It

,ZOc a yard at Stump s. Coats at special, prices.!' Come cries of young America made her music I SUDAN GRASS. RI lODES CRASS S E E I D
"I' and them. Stump's. almost inaudible at times. However 1.o8T-ln Starke or on Kingnlcy lake
\ly; W.M. Bryan and family now occupy no one can blame the boys for cryingout I road, steel fishing: rod. Return to
?. ,'the Martin cottage east of and op- Mrs. E. L. Kerley and son, LeRoy I for the scenes presented were VET mANS, OA1S RYE COW PEAS.

'w'IKJslte; ; the depot. of Glasgow: Ky. who have been vixit- I photographs of real war as it took I. I II

',..i'.i, I-ID' ing: their cousin, Mrs. R. A Weeks : place and the noise really, made the I Write immediately for catalogue and price list also call onus
); Mr_ N. G. Hayes of.Brooker, is left Tuesday for a visit in Tarpon' scenes more realistic. When the next I
pending this week ,in Starke visiting Springs war picture is presented the manage for any special information you may desire regarding your )
"" "''t\.her son, E. W. Hayes. merit of the Gaiety is advised, to get: a DAVISAgency crop. .

Miss Mildred Crosby is teaching the steam calliope-the only musical instrument I I
Standard Patterns for March second and third grades in II. 11. S., that can be heard over the Est. 1886 j E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. '
,, have arrived at Sternberg's.The which were, taught by Mrs. J. C. Pop- din. The representatives of the corporation I
pell during the first four months. controlling this picture who Oldest established. seed house. in Florida.

W. C T. U. will meet at the were here during the two days show INSURANCE 202-206 E. BAY ST. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.' J
Methodist church Monday, March let, Editor and Mrs. B. Z. Matthews of ing were HurprUtod at the case with I

3 p. m.Just. Lake Butler are receiving congratula which Ming Canova played the diffi Phones 4277-1230

lions of their many friends on the arrival cult music in perfect, time with the '
I received a shipment of 90 day of a beautifi I baby boy on the swiftly changing scenes. JJunng the i STARKEI _._ --

s Velvet Beans and Chufas. J. F. Kick. 1 10th. inxtant. Little B. Z., Jr., and first run showings of this picture in I I aI
,+ liter. J 227tf.: mother are doing well and needless to the large: cities It was accompanied bya I {I f

say the editor I. very happy. 1 specially trained, orchestra and some STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE
Lewis Minglcdorff and J. R. Bcville idea of the difficulties encountered In .
: Mixxlunary and KUmdyke! $..f 0 per 1OW( ; 40 other varieties to select from t
.. Rub- Y.Tillm Is a great pain kil playing a score cued) to a picture may New Seed "
including the great new berry "HORSEY. Now if you want somethu'..:,,,'
It relieves and be gained when it Is known that
ler. pain soreness I it required -
COLDS breed and true to name and something glad l plate your order! with ]Hall. His plata j ,
caused by Rheumatism Neuralgia, fourteen clays for rt'hl.arsuhwith
Peanuts are grown extensively in all parts of your state. and have been for the pi. t
etc19312. the before the orchestra
Spread INFWENZA I Sprains 12 years. Send. your order to the Strawberry Plant Specialist Ag. nt
for the first
was ready public
showing. Oats all varieties wanted. for this district J. KKIF'KOKD: HALL, UIIOIJKSDALE, MD.
KILL THE: COLD AT J. II. Williams has shipped one 1
ONCE WITH crate of strawberries a day for several TIIKRESSA
'Mr. has 22 String Beans
days past Williams acres 1
SILL'SCASCARAiQUlNIN in strawberries and soon if the weather i ThcrcHna, Feb 27.--Rev. E:. C. Dick RTILIZRIIS-S.6PRAYINO MATRIIIALN-srnATKnf. )
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Sweet Corn all varieties IMOLO MUM!,rnt. .P.SIMMON* vkriM. o.A.MO..1I01l.1r..
ii not too much against: him hopes ens, of Lake City, filled his regular:
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Tli valu of a I oHillMr 4Dnda th lillp and biandlntf of Ih m.t.d.1.'
upon qv pope
to be able to ship a carload of berries ,. appointment! at the Baptist church on _.nn, compoMtion And lli.._...... in m..nuf.cluring W.IM_huh grand .... m.r.pal. .
other j Saturday and Sunday Melon .uvf.r4ih..*..r.b.rlidby mor than thirty rvarttciimrianealalhair. u..nd-
I every day. u.. QiMldy U p.....*.. bf.!and our pric a a..In lino with qualltr.and 10"'__
A Sullivan was visiting relatives in
'"" QROri10E We have a lot of nar ain!'! in Mulberry several days ago.: Velvet Beans 1 .. R. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY '

Ladies Silk Velveteen and Her el Mrs. W. A. June was visiting rrlauvrft ,aC1lIIOKVlLL&: PLODS"I
Gtaadd tablet acid TimcAr_for.. I"e.20 year.Feu Jiplntm > Dresses I, $15.00 to $22.50. Look I and friends in Starke Tuesdayand English PeasKICKLITER'S,
-brc"Li up cold In !4 them over and be convinced- Wednesday

\boor MOIMT_..Ucv.tics..I'npn il *j*d.3. Am.Ttw Stump's. J. W. Batten spent several days recently I t Uu Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDrniuUM The Quinlue That (lots: !not Ailed The r.
.- has a Redert'wlth I i at Gainesville on business. : .roniml mowy If PAZ (OINTMENT FbHnun"" of If* fnnlr fad ln *"lv, elf.,... !
,. JI!.. I'M' 'live. IIKOMO QUININE T.h w a' be t
JI-'ln"'ruu..I"' I'll ran
services at the Christian Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger of Wai- .. .... ,
rrc'.'- c. Evangelistic I I lumnriliv ivlirimi 'Ircl, ,,ft 1'iir-n. amt you van ittf by a.lyinif '!")i1 n '""' iM nr r I tI
wlIll f.;,/"Dra. [1.-..a I church were discontinued Thurs. ,, do were visitor. here Saturday. The Seed House I .iiu)......rung Ui l"iril bUiiikjitlau. iVutod bile- limit., :: nUualura unb{ .



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W. UNION LABOR AT TIlE POLLS The order was as a
if' forcing profiteers to unload theirstor- ate.
it declared. Senator Borah taunted the Democrats fCco
ed food supplies was
: Union labor odes who have he- Two yean imprisonment is the penalty by saying they would not dare "A new note-

.' romp infuriated because the congress I under the Lever act for convict nominate a candidate for presidentwho

" of the United State has not )iRtrnedJatielltJy ion of hoarding.: would declare for the league co we've struck it"
to the insufferable noise --. without reservations

they'have been making: the past year JUCGLIM: THE :st'CAit CHOP Senator Ashuret, Democrat, interrupted -

A or two and acquiesced with smiles and to say, "It would be uselessto Chesterfeld

r bowl to every demand made by the Hefore the threat of a renewed do it." Senator Borah continued :

dictator of the large and well established sugar shortage is accepted as war- "There isn't any way of keeping "flats "
organization: lire now declaringin rant for a further increase in prices this treaty out of the campaign. The 0 NO "sharps, no but mjf!

stentorian tones that union labor the sugar dealers of the United States Republicans of New York yesterdayput -I Chesterfields "Satisfy

will bo' most active in the coming campaign should be called on to explain what it into the campaign and it is A delightful selection of fine Turk.

and promptly defeat all candidate has become of the last year's beet sugar BO far in the campaign that nobodycan s ish and Domestic tobaccos, harmoniously

y4 for high position who do not I crop, and why the coming( of Cub. take it out. And it will come blended in an entirely
r' wear the "union label" and swear to an cane sugar onto the market will not out of the campaign: stripped of all new

r, represent first, last and all the time, !, decrease the retail price of sugar. The reservations whether they be mild or and exclusive way.

men and women who are banded together fixing of beet sugar at 12 cents a of the other kind. The only I Issue in The blend is based on our private

under the labor rules and rev I pound, retail and Louisiana cane sugar the campaign will be league or no ---4 I formula-the outcome of many

i irulationN! as to when, where and how / at 20 cents to 22 cents a pound, league: ; all the reservations will be : M&31 of experiment. And the final result years
much to work. The labor leaders do midway brtwc.en.Ml''mB ,
with Cuban cane forgotten
the time
I. not mince words or suggest what they to hate converted all the sugar "A year ago tomorrow the debateon I w 1 has justified and moneys
For certainly
do they declare, that the whole world into Louis- TK enh Chesterfields
,. may in this putt of the the treaty began in the senate, ; "
tiody of organized labor will do HO and iana cane sugar.In and we are no nearer now than we -.: : do "satisfy.

4';' 'I. no, and tin announcement Is made as 1918, the Louisiana cane sugar: were then of agreement. So if we r sta.: // But don't take our word for it.

though: the million who have joined production was 491,000,000 pounds, hold l the treaty here for another Smoke a Chesterfield today and finJout

the unions were slaves, body and soul American beet sugar 1,500,000,000/ / month or so and debate mere questions ,. for yourself.
subject to the dictates of officials of I' pounds, and imports from Cuba 1,- of language, we will be stifling .
:, the organization.What !1(00,000,000( ) / pounds., The United legislation which ought to be + a : "t .+ t s.' The special moisture-proof package

tile union officials claim und ( States food administration fixed a passed.osenator h. l keeps Chesterfields firm and fresh,

'ti presume, however U not exactly price of 20-22 cents on less than 7 France of Maryland, introduced always. -

borne out by the facts For instance' per cent of the total amount of sugar: a joint resolution declaring ya '!r'M w .. i
they claim a great many more votes consumed annually in the United the war at and end, directing the I C\2w2ftfM>5! ..f..c-te.: t

-I : than are ever polled, for the rcaxon States Where is the 03: per cent? president to conclude a separate

,, y thousands of union men ale not qualified It seems to have vanished. By some peace with Germany and call an international s. :_
voters, many being/ aliens and others miracle) of nature-or business ninnipulation conference for the adjustment

) moving: about to nurh an extent Louisiana's, 7 per erit of all disputes.-

us to to be dinqunlified for non-resi! appears to have become the Nation's I __ '

dence Another thing: that well cause 100/ per cent.-St. Louis Stti. AMERICA'S! NEW CITIES wpv
"' the leaders to miss their calculations :

is. the fact that the union laborer although CASE IS IIOPELESSS
Advance reports indicate taht the
: h<* may work or loaf, or strike,
census for 1)120!) will show hundred ___
us dictated by his union bosses (centrally Treaty Can Only be Pulled Out of
cities for the United
States.It .
retains. his own ideas about politics Dcadloik Ity Vole of People. new
Is understood that the
no doubt
and if in no other matter, shows
word is used statistically and the designation

his preference to men who please him, Washington Feb. 20.-Acknowledgement
regardless: of the union lash. The Ferret that the treaty is in a is placed on incorporations
that show a population of at least tenn ** ** -
; ** .
ballot the
; absolutely precludes hopeless deadlock from which it ca
thousand the that have
and towns
"force" that Is used to drive union be extricated only by a vote of the
grown to be cities since the last census
men into every other contingency. people at the next election was madein
They dare not work when a strike is the senate today by Senator was taken have acquired new pop

on, because they fear for their lives; Hitchcock the administration leader ulation in various ways; births, immigration

they dare not work for less than the Senator Borah, a consistent opponent and the extension of limits. liesterfield
And, no dubt, the new cities will be
"union scale" few minutes
or a overtime of the treaty promptly accepted
very proud of their growth and will be
because the walking: delegatescan : Senator Hitchcock's' view of the situation
raedy to show that the added numbers
check them and fines I
up heavy or and declared that the time !,
indicate new citizen of the and ,
a suspensions and persecution will fol spent in debating the treaty is wasted
low they dare not trade where the general increase that is desired CIGARETTES
; a place Heurged the leaders on both Bides to
by all good people for sections and -
i has been liseted l as "unfair" becauseof drop the treaty and give their! attention
the same fear and likelihood of detection to some of the constructive legislation communities The census will no doubt I ar r

but when it cornea to votingthe which is demanding action. show a splendid increase in populationfor e
union is much of the country but increase in the '
man just as a The debate between the two sena
cities will not be normal altogher
1 free, man as his neighbor and he usually ton was highly interesting and instructive
exercises this right and follows and was charactized by the desirable. Every age part of the Increase
; in the population of the cities I
; his own judgment. inmost .
"' ____1._._. .___ _..___.._ <_ .L.... good feeling. Hitchcock has gained at the expense of the but money burned comes back no are kept employed throughout the in the Central European
countriesonly ;
&4".1' "" JlU.'UI1 "' muw while admitting that the refusal I And
more. there were enameled
that men who have been put forward of the Republican leaders to yield to, country districts maids who helped him blow gay his in year. A large force is now employed about 3 1-3 per cent as much guy
Immediately the entered scanty clearing laud preparatory to the as bank notes I
being union labor
al partisans favoring: any compromise on the article 10 reservation country store; their forms come back from out
r but possessing other the war men and women from the rural next season's planting. Only the choicest
no qualifications had defeated all hopes of the shades and march along in dim varieties Clearly, then, the task of bnngnj'prices ; ;
for advancement have been compromise and ageement sought to districts began to move to cities parade, but burned back are planted namely, the back to normal ought to be it-: ,
1 defeated in sections where union labor place the blame for the failure, of the: in larger numbers than ever before.There no more. money There's nothing cornea sadder Schelley, Stewart, Curtis and Success. tacked from both ends Productutlj

was strong and union men represented treaty upon the shoulders of the Republicans was a call to the shops and factories 'neath the sky than seeing one whose This land is situated between of goods-of real wealth-should 1M''

;r, a very large/ vote. That the union the war work seemed to be head is hoar bewailing roubles he Brooklyn six and Lake Geneva, twenty- speeded up; and at the same tim,production
man will continue to exercise his franchise This aroused no adverse comment gathering: all that could come, there made fly, recalling chances with mile s from Palatka.-Palatka of money should be curtailed
a News.
at the polls, as he has in the past from Senator Borah who insisted that was no lack of work anywhere and sigh; and money burned comes back The reckless issue of paper money and
: regardless of the union 1a..h. is more the the pay offered was higher than ever .
Republican party should make the no more. So let us from the weekly negotiable securities should be stopped
than likely.Suggestions. treaty an issue and that it would receive before known. The young men of the wage salt down nine plunks, perchance TIMES-DEMOCRAT LEASED BY ; and fast as possible bunk noM

of a labor party witha the commendation of the voters entire country soon were taken into a score; then we'll) enjoy our GAINESVILLE PARTIESThe should be withdrawn from circulation,

ticket in the field, does not find anything If it eventually brought about the the camps, which were all near large green old age if we still loiter on the bonds should be redeemed and ID

.'r encouraging. The farmers have complete defeat of the instrument. cities, and the loss of population in the mage; but money burned comes back Levy Times-Democrat, for flated credits of all kinds rcduced-
e, indicated their unwillingness: to enter Senator Hitchcock reviewed the rural districts was serious; thousandsof no more. I many years published in Bronson and Pensacola News.

p into combination with the labor un- work of the recent bl-partisan conference towns were almost denuded of men WALT MASON recently printed in Williston was
ins to C'ontroll1ational affairs and the and said that the Democrat and women of working age and farms I moved this week according to reliable

I Sol"iali8tll-who have in the past put had gone "nine-tenths of the wa '" were abandoned in dome sections because FRANCE information to Gainesville. r e
yls'' forth Socialist-Labor condidatcs, have in an effort to bring: about an agreement there were no workers to till the STANDS ALONE I t We understand that Messrs. Hardoo

little prospect of improving upon former on all the reservations. He soil AGAINST HUN MENACE and Lindsey the principal stockholders You Do More Work,

campaigns when their total vote cited the endorsement! of the Taft Appealed> to by the authorities to i, leased the paper sometime ago You are more ambitious and you get won jj
for their candidates ranged along reservation and the bi-partisan reservation produce the farmers did their best. "The fact must be faced that France 1 to McCreary and Farmer of Gaines. enjoyment blood out of everything when yea "

1- from 21,000 to 39,000. Candidates for on article 10 as evidence of It was often a case that a curtailment today stands alone against the German i i ville who will print it until after the is in have good condition. Impurities Itthafblood

; congress and for other high: positions the good faith of the Democrats to do of acreage was necessary but the menace and is compelled to keep 'June primary the!system causing a very weakness depressing effect lozinea

in the campaigns now opening will all they could to bring sixty-four senators men who could work gave the best a watch on the Rhine alonean overwhelming i' The Times-Ikmocrat has had an nervousness and sickness.

very generally ('xprC't1themll.'lve\ on I to the support of the treaty. The they had in effort and ability And task." uphill road to travel for some time GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TOMC

is the subject of union labor-and on senator summarized! his points as fol from American soil the food for mil. Marshal Petain former Commander. and was kept from an untimely death restores Energy and Vitality by Punfyim

1 other subjects, but the country is not lows: in-chief of the French armies and some time ago by the Progress but and Enriching the Blood. When >ou* lee
;, prepared, to sec men elected who so "If we hud not shown a produced. right hand man of Gen..ra1issirno'och we recently found it impracticable its strengthening invigorating effect, i'

far forget themselves, as to promise to compromise, to go half way toward class, gave: with both hands- his boys made this statement in an exclusive to handle it longer in this office and it bow improves it brings color to tbe checks and bow

especial favors for any pnrtiuulnr an agreement we might be charged and girls, his muscle and brain and enterprise. interview to Universal Service in suggested that it be turned over at appreciate Its the true appetite tonic will that

class of men. The men to make the with a design to delay ratification The victory won, the farmer which he drew a pessimistic pictureof once to its Gainesville lessees Messrs. GROVE'S

rz laws for this country must legislatefor hut we have gone the limit of compromise hall looked and hoped for a return of the international situation. Hardet! and Lindsey came after such J Is not a patent TASTELESS medicine Chill it is 10MCJ mmpl;

the whole country; and union labor ; we have gone to the point the workers who used to toil with him lie made the flat assertion that of the property as we had in our office IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup

lil, representing an appreciable percentage where to go father would l be to surrender but they came back slowly. Tens of France has been deserted by her allies Monday and we under stand trans. So pleasant even children like it. Th
; ,. : of the population i* entitled ;; we have gone: to the point thousands of the boys from the farms in the task of averting the revival furred it at once to its new home in blood needsQiiinine to Purify ondRO!
to fair, just and impartial treatment where the reservation we suggest i is who spent a year or two in camp or of the German menace Gainesville._Williston Progress to Enrich It. These reliable tonic prep
q no more mid no less.-Times-Union. butI slight change from the Lodge abroad have not returned to the farms "France is obliged I I erties never fail to drive out impurities a
reservation for the lure of the to maintain a the blood.
--.- - city has been muchstronger large OVERPRODUCTION)
army, said Marshal MONEYIt The
WASHWOMAN! KIDKS TO WORK "What is the attitude of the Republicans than ever before and only a "She Petain. !j Strength-Creating Power of GROVES
cannot afford i -
to introduce lim TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made *
IN MOTOR ? The very senators who portion of the farmer boys have stopped iced military ...service as was at first is trite to say that the worM is the favorite tonic in thousands of homes
denounced the president and who at home. With the young folks 'suggested.: Our suffering today from underproduction More than thirty-five ag'! f JIk;
Sti Chicago,-Washwomen In Chicagoand charged! he insisted who left the farm country must sub Everybody years
upon ratification to work in the ammunition i mit to the heaviest military knows that or ought to would ride a long distance to get DROVES
its immediate surburbs are scarce without the dotting: of an "I" or thecrossing ; factories and elsewhere. in 'tures because expendi know it. But that is onlylal't TASTELESS Chill TONIC when I
have of
we been \ tho
=r, They write their own ticket for services of a "t" arc themselves\ war work the same attraction appear by our allies. forsaken story As a matter of fact I member of their family had Malaria fJf
performed. Head this interesting standing In the way of compromise to have been met and no doubt besides I its financial troubles most) of, I needed a body-building strength-gtnoi
little incident: by insisting that the Lodge reservation the seven hundred new cities "Germany still constitutes a grave cr: production of the seem due to ov I tonic. iThe formula is just the same to-I

Mrs. Lewis V. Mason wife of the shall be accepted without the now shown in the census, the popula danger for France owing to the fact mot sought after one commodity I day and you can get It from any dint

United States Commissioner advertised dotting of an "I" orthe crossing of a tion of the big cities will be shown to that France's security is not guaran"The n..u> "..... .1-- !-money. - I store. 60c per bottle. *
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for a washwoman. The Masons Not only have they refused to be enormously increased. -- -rf fc..xi "' ,y u< cmauies. ii.m of exchange has been -- -- I

live in Waukegan.! just outside of the meet us half way. but when.. wo main. The cleverest: chemist league of nations might havegiven in figures! given is revealed
------ the most her the out by the National LIFT OFF CORNS !
city annts. a proposition which goes further than wonderful mechanic the shrewdest assurance of future City Bunk of New York
e Telephone rings in the Mason home half-way tranquility and safety but Wthout:
/ they refuse to bridge the politician and the deepest scholar political counting Russia whose
v "Hello is this Mrs. Mason ?" short pro dissensions have caused the currency has
gap by making any IIdvan'ewhlltl doses not league beer debased
a grain of wheat Kv the '
nor pound to fail, and that print'nr! <'f rubles
"Yes; who i h. this? "This I is Mrs. So and So. of the peace conference." thetI8tidlln"(
l See by thepapers Proposal Accepted by Forty Demo- food must. come from the soil and to find that the print ioal
\' you want a wafchwoman." rrntASenator the farmers all must I'etain refused to commit himself w rid in 1914 had count 'p of the touchy corns off with
"<, ""-ps; where do you live?" Hitchcock said his That the turn or starve. as regards the allied extradition de tu ation paper money in -:>.

.\.'t "Oh, about seven miles out of Wau- was accepted' by forty proposal )Democrats. I big: gain in census population figures in will 1920 show overthat a with mand which led to the present crisis ani 1 that their amounting| ,: to $7.150.'IOtiOt') ) ) ( fingers
Kegan.. Germany. currency has n
The nw
idea of
having;\ the issue of 1910 is certain, but the pity of turn to over :;000,000,00(1
-- .
;, "Seven miles out :My how could into - - - ---- (
injected the
campaign was it is that it With
.. will show such! tremen more than
a NEW six
i you get here ?" not unwelcome to him, he said, because douR percentage of our citizens TOWN IS PLANNED; money in circulation time :as marts'

.' "Why, I'll come In my cur" lIe believed the people would ; in the cities.-Times-Unioin. living TO BE ON LAKE GENEVAA ; ly be a miracle if it woii'd! ('erlp;,!.

"\Vhi' >tH tI.ul'ilh surprise) endorse the treaty and the league for it is prices had not soared -
one of
"My 'ur-my auto, you know it's by an overwhelming votiv The GONE:' & KEEPS new principles of the elementary
"i only u few miutes' ride in tho mach change! proposed by Senator Lodge being formed there is economics that the more
on Lake Geneva the
:i i ine. And the is there in the near Brooklyn. J. more of it has to be
way a first reservation, which w0ulmake d !Most things come back that J. Lawrence is back of the for other things paid
go The
place in where I it enterprise United States
your yard can parkmy possible for
congress alone away;; our ship comes sailing to its and reports that during the itself! has four times
car? by a majority vote or for the president shore coming as much' paper
the in
; blooming flowers summer less money
no circulation
"Yes said Mrs Mason. alone come than fifty families as it had in
"Come to take the United States buck in May will Still 1914.
the build
bird to its accustomed homes and locate morp significant
right out of the there. The is the
away league In more objectionable but attendant -
spray burned townsite will be change
money comes on Lake Geneva in the ratio
---+ than and of
the original proposition buck no more. Oh, often, when old is situated in the middle of !gold. While the paper to
ORDER fertile
said. He demanded 1
is here paper
age the
man of sorrow walks area. money has been
OF FOOD llO.tRDERSu : \ to know if the Uepubllciftia, woulSeek d the floor, and thinks of joys that cost The Lawrence world's of thus multiplied, the
-- to elect a president on the issue him dear of spendthrift Development Co. very ttlenpln gold has Increased
+ Chicago Feb. 2fl.-The immediate that as soon as elected ho would by but courses year purchased this tract of land a year outside most of the countries
year, burned of
throwing on the market of take the United money comes back ago from the Brooklyn the United
States States
enormous f out of the no Development the
more. To think of stock of
.' large Co. which had gold: has been
quantities of foodstuff and league. planned to depleted
a consequent and fine he develop it in to such
M material reduction in the costof Senator Lcnruot ,engaged!: warm sore had he wasted makes the dotard a measure. The company is clearing an extent as to place gold at a big Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop i 'IJI,' *

living is. expected to result from an and somewhat personal colloquoy brine; he might put down his coin in this land and planting large pecan premium After or paper at a big discount.! that*rp* one on an aching corn inrtuW i""
order possess his tree and groves. In the last all, our corn stops hurting, then y''I.
for wholesale prosecution of with Senator Hitchcock planting importation
to what
as vine but season it
gold of
burnee-d right
money comes back which is we now have out. Yes, magic!
food hoarders in all large cities received really in nearing its close three only
transpired the hundred about
bipartisaconferences n no more. Old thoughts come back cent as much G2 per A tiny bottle of Freeaone caste. Ent'
here today by federal officials and denied that the administration break his heart, old memories of daysof ,der acres will have been placed un. ever is ample gold as paper; this, how Jew cent at any drug store, but u sup
cultivation to
from Attorney General A. Mitchell leader During each keep dent '*
had submitted to
nny when season paper remove bard corn
he at
yore, forsook the shop three par value. every ;
to five
...".. Palmer. proposal that could have received the mart to joyride in a hundred acres anadded European nations altogether corn or corn between the tOOl one'' *
mortgaged tart to the there Is *
P.!)!!'!' developed tract. Fifty men cent now only about 22 calluses without soreness or ,irriW''"
as much' per t> !
, gold as bank one U the sensational
.A ._notes_, and_ ol a Cincinnati gul 1III. It U wuadertui

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a; : :A. .*.record... for the observance- - of law- Sheriff Ramsey of Gainesville=was" Most Tires ::

order is being made in Alarhua called to Daysville Tuesday afternoons Popular

.,_ It was learned a few days I arrest and confine Jenkins McRae
''f.1ii.r that there was only one inmate colored, who is alleged to be insane.

I the county jail. This was at that When the sheriff arrived he found the ._" _. __,__. v .
m. the lowest record in fifteen negro, who is said to have attempted

,, 4 .. to kill his sister, bound hand and foot
1g to a tree and frothing at the mouth.

!i "','AvFonr; years ago there were not When untied by the sheriff hemade no No tires bearing the Goodyearnamenot even / I I30x3V&

i enough vegetables grown in all the attempt at escape but allowed him-
t the famous Cords which the
Goodyear equip
. Everglades that a carlot could be self to be brought to the county jail rye

I 1 made up at one time, remarks the here, where he was confined. L c world's highest-priced cars, embody a higher

West Palm Beach Post. In 1919 the "

carlot shipment from the Everglades In the general election held at Tal. k73' i'o relative value than do Goodyear Tires in .

made a total of almost 1,000 cars lahassee, Tuesday
Messrs. A. P. Me-
Caskill, Guyte P. McCoid and J. Stuart \ \\ P 1 the 30x3., 30x3VSr, and 31x4-inch sizes.

The Lake Hamilton Community of Lewis were elected as commissioners -

Plant City was shocked by the sad under the new commissionmanager -
andragic death of the ninemonthsold form of government recen- In these tires owners of Ford, Chevrolet,

son of Mrs. Amelie Fryberk who tly adopted by the city. Mr. McCus-
Dort Maxwell and other these
choked to death by swallowing' the un- kill received 100 of the 116 votes cast i I cars taking :.

derjaw of an animal's (head used as Mr. McCord ninety-nine votes, and sizes, are afforded a measure of performance
trimming on a child's fur cap. Mr. Lewis sixty-four votes. Under

the provisions of the new charter, Mr. and service such as only the world's largesttire

Mercants, tourists and citizens of McCaskill, as the high man is elected

Sarasota will be interested and 1 pleased for a term of three years Mr. McCordas factory devoted to these sizes can supply.

to learn that at last Sarasota is the next high man for a term of I

again connected with Tampa by water two years, and Mr. Lewis for one
transportation, as efforts of the year fiYY All that this company's experience and

board of trade have been centered on methods have in these tires is
II accomplished
I acquiring this service for the past G. W. Peck, of 431 East Third street

71 several months. Jacksonville, started his large automo. III'' available to you now at the nearest Goodyear '

bile Monday nigth and his car ran a-
A federal officer from Miami with way with him. The machine was lock. Service Station.Go .

the assistance of West Palm Beach ed in reverse when it started. The

't''city police officers captured a sea car dashed backward for about half :
'aklff carrying 00 cases and a jug ofliquor block, crossed vacant lot, smashed to this Service Station Dealer for these ..

-,: and took, into custody two into the house occupied by Mr. Stevens
white men and a negro a few days 912 East Duval street Police officer tires and for Goodyear HeavyTouristTubes.He .

ago. ,The capture was made near the Sylvester Parrish who Investigatedthe
has them.
Inlet. ",tM
stated that the car ,
knocked a hole in the Bide of the house ;
A special term of federal court has and shattered the plastering on the
been ordered at Gainesville for trial
inside of the place of contact. The M
of the now famous draft evasion cases auto was also badly damaged. This ', .. .

,ln which seven or eight; persons are is one of the most unusual accidents

defendants. The cases'are known as ever reported to the police.
,"'D the Bumble Bee Island cases. Last \ ,
{ month there mistrial of the
1 was a
The issue of four hundred '
case. The district attorney's office dollars !
to complete the Dixie
,\\;:!'expects to present new evidence at highway through Levy county, knownas
'ra i the retrial.
Route Five, was carried Tuesday "
J\\ almost unanimously. The state Goodyear potthle. are ei' 00 Goodyear (Heavy Tourist/ Tuh. are thick, strong tubes that
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catts, whoI".as contemplating the carrying of the Fabric All-Weather Tread- iU3OK3 reinforce ulnae properly. Why rink' a Rood caning with a

elected permanent chaiman in bond issue, has had a here cheap tube Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube sat little mora
j of the Congress; of the Lrag- month crew fOl'OVE'l' <4 Goodyear Single-Cure *-| < }fZ than tube of Uu merit. 30x3z size In uM f.,- jtlQO

\ of.Woman Voters meeting in con- a under Road Engineer: Fabric Anti-Skid Tread 1 /- proof bag ._______ ____________________ .J. .
C. D. Lyman and about
': 10 miles on
\gather-ing) ; the rightofway is cll'arl'dand grading
has been started. The
( Suffrage Association, declared that state
will use the money raised by the bonds
women should affiliate with the poll- 1
to complete twenty miles of "
Ifi-foot s
."dlcal: parties. "That's the way to ac-
surfaced road which
[eomplish things! ," she said.
of the t
part state road connecting -

-;, }',The negro who-killed Henry Rush with the Tampa north. Already and St. Petersburg/:

:tying 4' was pursued by posses from Hills- ues along the route have property materially val- uuqtconsumption r
borough and Polk counties numbering advanced
and a big influx of home-
:'*bOut 200 men They surrounded him seekers is looked
. for as a result of
1in a bay-head-and a little later gave this new road.

..! the chase, reporting that the. negro
""OO..ld not be found. All of this may ,
There was quite stir in the
a avia- l lI
"I"; .... no significance: -but If the negro tion
world of I'alm Beach Wednesday _____ 'I
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It* ever seen again we'll accept the factfjM when
in favor of the messages came from Miami of eatables U. M Dowlmg Albert medicinal, 1 value. Hut be - -
\2. a strong argument calling for searching was impossible mons Dubose sure you get w "
;Murrection of the dead.-Lakeland speed boat Gar Jr. planes The I to tell, as each man ate as if his W. A. DuboHe, F I B. Ural, L. R. Edwards the genuine/: I'epto-Mangun Ask for COFFINS CASKETS '
y' f(Telegram. II. Woods the by Arthur life depended on the amount >r! oysters A. C. Fling, G. A. Gardiner, T, Guile's IVpto-Mangan and be sure the
theatrical And full line of Q
a !
\ producer, he could get away with. J. Gnflin It. A. Green, M. M. George, name i III on the ?

,f". ,& tr.' and Mrs. Wilder ,W. Perry, of speed started boats out at in 10:30 a :race Tuesday with two other I The Telegraph reporter remarked .;. W. Hayes, J. A. Howe, Richard .-- Undertakers' Supplies, '

b/o Camden; Me., who are spending the from Biscayne Bay for Miami.morning The to Clerk J. W. Morgan that he could I Harris Arch Harris 1) K. Knight/: r.KADUATE 1,000 SERVICE: : MEND; Automobile fleamc.
in Jacksonville, received word JjMmer:, T. J. Moore, J. A. Mor- -,
", Winter other two boats arrived safely, but at not understand why Woodmen, whoso I'KMT YEAKStudents ; Always on hand. The best "t<'
*tN\. ,vfthe, death on February 1, of their 4:30 when nothing had been heard activities were far away from salt I!'!'gun, J. S. Mercer, J. W. Morgan, J. B. vii" st the loweat price.. Special

, 1-1; ? ton;James who was killed by brigands Gar, Jr., the Aero Limited at Miami water, should be so fond of oysters \Mills' D. II. Kigsby, I U. L. Silcox, J. L. : :: from Every Stale' In Union .t'.ntifri' to telegraph l order.
( 'In while heading a relief ex- Silcox C. E. Saunders, Walter Sil- I
Turkey was called into service and they sent -that rabbits and squirrels found in i Enrolled: In I'rwent Clam -
His death occured near Ain- cox Silas Silcox, J. B. Sapp, Fred
f pidition. two planes piloted by Bob Hewitt the woods would be more proper for ,I Embalmer
and I 1 '
tab Syria. The first direct news came them. "Rabbits nothing." replied Sapp J. S. Sapp, II. L. Tillis B. T. {
Mr. Seims
\from Constantinople, Turkey, from the coast. ,Still out later immediately nothing to had patrol been Mr. Morgan; "go to J. F. Colley the I Tillis, F.: L. Turner W. T. Tompkins, During Ford the first year Course of its existence l 5WITT> - c7 IOf1ESClarke. ...
the Service
' New York forwarded J. It. Williams W. E. Webb. organized
' the navy radio historian of the He will ,
heard of the missing camp. explain II
speed boat and
" I January I. lltlH, by the Ford Fla.
here by telegraph. to Woodmen from other
the you. camps
I call for searching planes was sent Motor Company, graduated more than ,_. /
up to Palm Beach from Miami and "The Masons said Mr. Colley, count were: -
1,000' service men who came to Detroit
JfMoore! Haven Times: This year immediately Pilot Blanchard S. Sack. the origin; of their order from the j I I Kelly Ashbronk, G. L. Barnard, L. from Ford dealers in various

Swill see a great increase as the acreage ett and operator and If. A. Barrin, time of the building of Solomon's 'I (i, Dubose, Perry Dover, R. Johns, parts of the United States to learn "DIAMOND DYE" OLD
especially at Moore Haven, is temple. We Woodmen farther J. A. I'lckett, Roy Roberts S. A.
J manager: of the Aero Limited at Palm go !|| the and most efficient to GARMENTS LIKE NEW
t doubled to what it was in 1919 and Coach started off in their plane withemergency back in history than that. We go j i Bryan, Dr. MMdlcton I F. F. Stump. proper way a;
I I repair Ford curs. It In the intentionf
J the end is not yet. Farmers are clearing rations. The boat located back to Noah's time when the found I Any woman can dye faded, shabby
was the have
J, more land daily and getting readyto I by pilot Hewitt ers of our order cut gopher wood for company to eventually wearing apparel. whether. wool, Milk, notion y
[ plant with either corn or peanuts twenty-five the ark. Gopher wood the I INFLUENZA very service man and mechanic employed linen. or mlmil. grsels( | to any color, t
by I
miles r
at off way
Ilea Lauderralc .
by AuthoiU Ford dealers .. dlreeiionn i
[' the setting out of tomato plants and I hint like new, by "II"wl,1I'llmll.| ;
as means blackjack for whereverthere
I where it lay helpless with ."
is about a com to Detroit to take the court In each |package of "Diamond Dv. "'
} the planting: of Irish potatoes motor The Aero Limited plane located are gophers, blarjucks are
1'flhlshed. Inside of another year thetotal | the boat and returned to secure found. While the flood was going on I AND WEAK AppointrnentK me redo through; the"
Ford biuncbeH of which semi
cultivation hel'ewilt one
[ amount under 1 tow boats to in the there were great geological/ upheavals,
bring disabled No "vn i I'HI I teal thy Child
five each The timo
I not be less 10,000 acres. craft. The Gar, Jr. reached port and Mt. Ararat was created by the BLOOD delegated Is month day.and it divided occupied I I All .hll'I,'" .nnbl,'a wltli worme have an un-
rising of the bottom of the I I one IH .. .
about dark Thursday night. Black Sea h nlili nilij w.i. Ilu.luee.teurbkadandwi e
(Sheriff L. II. Ingram, of Kissimmee When the ark finally grounded on that between theory and ,practice.. The ruin. ,here, t le "".,.. or !I.e. Miimarh rtliourljeiim.GKUVK .
.''wi11likely receive $7,500 from his crop I students art paid by the Ford Company :'!S TI\\'I!i|11: fSS: i'hill, ION 1C liveD ri-iluUrly
WOODMEN HAD SUPPER there was nothing but a big KUX DOWN AND LISTLESS: CONIUTION for their time-a of which I tot iwoor thru ... |of cabbage, raised within the city limIts purl ,
oyster reef all around it Even the provp the ha'' lto n, nnil art iiaCaiwralSureimilinliii)1
I on twenty acres of ground. On one 'I cows had to feed on oysters-that's MAY MAKE: YOU A in spent doing actual work on Ford" I .. ) <' iiaio "' .,h..t....'.'pn,. Nature will then
of three near the old base- Interesting Explanation of Fondness TAItGKT: FOIL Tim """UI"! curs in the factory. In the present I thrnw oil" >,and the(;hll<.l.1I: I I..
plot acres For Oysters Given the reason the Starke cows like oyster Ul ....',..,t hmilili" 1." baR park he is cutting and shippingfnd : shells HO well; they inherit this i class are 120 students, smith every ,
he has 17 acres in another section I ; trait from their progenitors/: in the itr.CAUSi; BLOOD is I-KOHAIJLV) state. ,represented. - -- --- --
Friday night was the time for the '
1 of(the town which are magnificent : Woodmen's oyster The ark. This constant oyster diet gave TIIIN The expenditure of $150,000( which I! ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
I pcimens. He has contracted for supper. performance I the descendants was the cost of beginning/: this course,
| of the first Woodmen
should have begun at 9 o' ,
Pthem at $1.25 a hamper and expects I clock, but Council Commander D. K. a liking for the bivalves forever after, AT THIS TIME OF DANCER TAK'l'f'COlIANGANl'r is looked 1 upon by company official |

\ta' have a total crop of 6,000 hampers. 'I| Knight decided to delay it as long as and it l Is sacred rite with us to eatoysters IIUILDS 1"1 help a to good give Investment standard service because to it will carowners. Name "Bayer" lion Genuine r

possible to insure better work A gali I at least twice a year RICH KID: BLOOD Aspirin-say Bayer
,. ,,Jp V lamentable accident occured at "Great mound of shells
:i Ion holds 231 cubic inches, and he oyster accumulated Qd;,
'be home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Anf'Nlrews -
j estimated. the number of members l around the ark. These No matter how well you usually are, HIGHLAND
: just north of Auburndale last I mounds were the only dry spots to be A
I present as 77. Col. Knight calculated if temporarily you're run down, you'rea
";, hnrsday, in the death, by drowning had, and Noah planted vine.
that every 15 minutes delay would grape target for the Intlu..nza.Contagion Highland Feb 28.! -K. C. Carru-
nine month old son. "
"f'their( little increase the voids in the innards of there and made wine. always gets listless people thcrs of Oxford, arrived Wednesday
ere was a tub of water standing on I "And I heard Hans Austin tell
each member cubic inch me first. Whether realize it
by one they or
the mother had so to relieve J. It. I.. Kelly as night operator ,
s L floor and while once he got drunk, too, interjected .
that 45 minutes waiting: would provide not, their blood is thin and undcrnourIshed ,
,t the room for a short time it isposed it I extra space in the membershipfor i Doc Alvarez, who had been an eager ( -in no condition to light off the James L. Strickland was a business I
the little fellow crept 231 inches, or one gallon. At the 1 listener "Wonder what sort of a I germs it meet everywhere.It visitor to Jacksonville Monday.
and fell over intotat "
I drew himself up When previous supper eight gallons of oysters still he had-a lard can or- i II a wise precaution to take a Mrs. Esther Goolsby and Mr. Carru-
: four Inches of water. consumed this time | Just then Doc quickly dodged an good tonic at this time of danger
were ; thers of Jacksonville spent the w..kend IaUt .
.t I,mother returned he was dead. fork thrown Mr. and on "Rarer Tablet of Aapiia"Is
oyster by Colley,
through the council commander'swise some well-known builder of red, vigorous here with Mrs. Gootsby's father, a "Bayer packied.\ containing propel
management nine gallons were :j the lecture was at an end. Those present blood, like I'epto-Mangan. e;. W. I'arker. directions! for Cold, Pain, ..d.&eb.,

"Cold In the flead"aeuta < _. required. 1 were: And if you did not think of this in Messrs. Nelson Prescott and Ed. Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rbeumatkm.Name .
I attack of Ned Catarrh A. L. Alvarez S. L. Alvarez, W. W. time if froma "liayer" mean genuine. Anplrlaprraeribtxl
who are subject to frequent "col4. Promptly at 9:45 Col. Knight arose you are now recovering Carter returned to Oak Monday after
l Balsden. IColand'Bryan, C. R. Cooper, with blood br physicians' for nlnctmaytMra.
5 CATARRH4aISDICINQ will stooped down and slapped his hands fight Influenza-your a visit here with relatives.
Handy tla bozo of 12 tablet
I [ Frank J. F. Walter Cle-
Bloo4Hadar loudly together. As man Colley, will need help for weeks after you The friends of will
? UP the. System clunie the every pre J. R. L. Kelly 5.55 few oenU. Aaplrla Ia t trade mark
them le.* liable to cold sent had acted as a juryman at onetime I THINK the danger is past. be glad to know that he I I. convalescing .f Bayer Manufacture of Moaoaoett-
tad Chronic attack of Acute Catarrh, may. or another, they recognized this : Habitual Constipation C.r.4 Take no unnecessary chances Getl'eptoManR'an after an attack of appendicitis. ...s.d.r of eaUcylwaaid. I

> 9 CATARRH rEDICINP:! I* **. sign when coming from him, and the i !In 14 to 21 Days'LAXFOS and start taking It today J. I. Marr visited friends at Bron-
.rnaJIY ejnd . camp mobilized in a twinkling. Members I'vpto-Mangan is an effective son Saturday.
.. of the aretem.Mnlete
iieoue eiurraee Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
' I> 'Re. Teettmonlala *..that. tumbled over each other running' Constipation.prepared It relieve* promptly but blood builder that has had the en. Messrs. E. Carter, G. M. Carter: and Power of First lmpre.* .

M'S far CATARRH an. rae MEDICIN1B:of rat.rrh will' not I down the stairs, 10 hungry were they, I I should ba taken regularly for 14 to 21 days dorsement of physicians for years. Louie Carter were bwtLD.8. visitors to spite of the fact that nun ha*

and inside of a mlute they were seated toinduoa regular' action. It Stimulates and Pepto-Mangan I 1/1 sold, by druggistsIn Jacksonville Tuesday fteo hem corrected our fair young

y ,, Cheney Co.. Toledo. Oble.r I at the tables of the Juanita Cafe. Regulate! . Very Pleasant to Take. Sue: either liquid or tablet form, just aa W. M. Wimberly visited relatives at friend Chlorlnda still calls It the partial

u Who was the most valiant In the per bottle. preferred. There is no difference In Lawt.y Thursday. pout.--Nuw OrltMua State

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