Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 5, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04536
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ted 1879. Subscription-Per Year, 1.50; Six Months\ 75-Cents.: -Pa j:able -in Advance. -E. S. )i ihe!," Editor -and' Proprietor.

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r URNING DOWLING SCHOOL I the legal sales held at the courthouse '' .tI
The following account of the deathof Griffin & John largest General Dealer
,. The board of county commissioners Monday the Wiley Williams I|I Mr. Leo Canova and sister Miss An. < a lady well known in Starke, i is in Thin. Section
i i*; School Changes its Name to was called to order Monday March lit farm consisting of 486 acre was sold na, left Saturday for Elizabeth City ]produced from Monday' 1'8-1'I t

River Side at the courthouse Jn Starke by C. A. b y court commissioners to J. S. How1 1 N. J., wheret hey have an engagement Sun. The deceased was - Many stranger who come to Starke

Roberts chairman with all members ard of Duke, for $6,875.00. The land I lasting' until December with the of Mrs. Samuel,T. Dell formerly Mis go into Griffin &: Johns' big store simply ,
met in session March' present to.wit: O. V. Brooks James ia located in the vicinity Of Worthington Adams Floating Palace Theatre now Ollie Week, of this city a daughter of to admire the enormous stock of

th Me ara. L. C. Powell P. M.U Reynolds, Drew Reddish and J. M. Spring and has valuable timberon moored at that port. I i Col.'W.; T. Week 'I goods kept there, but they never leave

; and T. B. Finholster present Brownlee. it.. The Bale wa made for distribution This unique home of the theatre and ; Mrs: Mary I1 well Dell 71 year of without buying something for her c
ate* of last meeting read and Minutes of last meeting read and to the heirs of Mr. William. method of entertaining the public i la age widow of the late Maxey Dell they find many ..rtlcle.'. ldom keptin

M ved a* read. approved. Another sale of importance was both Interesting and delightful floating ,died very, sudenly Sunday evening at the store of small town.. '
if motion it was ordered that the Commissioner O. V. Brook filed his made at the same,time E. M. Johns to such part of the country as the 7:30 o'clock at he residence of hereon The first to strike the eye i Is the

.;7 ary buy the adding machine on report upon the petition of Richard special master in chancery, sold to the season declares pleaaantesU." The Dr. J. M. Dell, on West Main large and complete assortment of canned -
llment plan.discussion Jones and recommended that assistance ndepehdent Fertilizer Company, of spring and summer voyage will Include street south. goods. Here are found dainties

ant the board decided be granted he being old and Jacksonville, the Alfred R. Sax land engagement on Chesapeake Bay j t She'was a native of having we have seen advertised In the magazines
r allow the teachers in the Brad- destitute. Upon motion and second it at Saxton for 528745. This tract and the Potomac river. been born at ,Mt. Meigs June but have had to do without because -
I High School pay for lost time as was ordered that his name be placed consists of 381) acre. The sale was Mr. Canova possesses a voluminous on of the trouble of them. '.
but the of getting
29. 1849 greater portion
B. r thought it would be setting a bad upon the pauper roll and paid $3 per made at the suit of Mr. Sax to enforcellvtimi baritone voice of wide range and pure j her life. was pent in Gainesville Mr*. I Then comes ,the groceries all kinds always '" {,
ledent for the future of the month. of tone has
i I' county. a balance of purchase quality. He won encouraging
fresh. In this
Dell was prominent in church circlesin store you never :
iI(I --43y/ unanimous consent the secretary Petition signed by N. B. Hull and money from A. R. Johnson. The Independent criticism on his,solo work from those Gainesville a member of the Methodist -I 'hear the common phrase "we are f, ,> .

"' \ ,War' i ordered to close the negro school others was presented asking that the Fertilizer Company had a who know and predict for him a brilliant ,' church of this city and a noble out of it," for next door 'Ia I Griffin & j
t mt-t( Bluff Creek. name of Mrs. Mary Tyre be placed up- i' judgment against Johnson for $2,000 future. Hi classical number Christian character. Her life was almost I Johns wholesale warehouse, from -
; +, *+Its moved and carried that the on pauper roll. Upon motion and sec which makes the price they paid for are no less appealing than his popular wholly devoted to Mel-vice first which the stock i is always replenished.This .
'IN'f; bill of J. C. Cone for stoves for Law ond it was ordered that her name be the lands equivalent to $7,287.SHIPMANTHOMAS. long hits, always cleverly rendered. to her Heavenly Father and second, to I firm carries nothing but fresh

'I ,t school be paid from the general placed upon pauper roll and paid $4 -- r... - Mills Canova will do special piano her family. 11 goods, for the sales are so large that
", chool :tund.ThXk' .. per month. and orchestral work. She i is a gifted I
nothing has time to old.
The lowprices
She is survived by two lion, Dr. J. get
"f f, : request of the patrons from The following recommendations for pianist and a sympathetic accompan- asked
M. Dell and Samuel T. Dell and one are a* surprising as everything
)BlclUng i school to have the of widows pension claims received nUt with an attitude when
name play-
were easy
else here.
Mr. E. Brook While low
Shipman and Miss brother William S. Campbell all of soiling
1 achool changed from Bielling tover from the board of public, instruction ing seldom displayed by musician ,
! young
this firm
Mary E. Thomas were married Thurs- Gainesville. She i Is also survived by pays the highest market price -
Side was unanimously granted. and approved,: by the board as follows: *. Yet she i* obsessed with a desire for farm product
day, Feb. 2Cth at the residence of theride's many distant relatives in Florida. A *
.The communication from Mr. J. L. Mrs. Martha Anderson, $25; Mrs. Onie to give to her chosen art that
father Mr. Lafayette Thomas multitude! of friends and acquttintan- The next surprise i ill the large stock
ft'eIl relative to a site suitable for McLeod, $40; Mrs. Eliza Hill $40; which music demands and is-:a study
on Black Creek, in Clay county. Rev. cea in thi'city will mourn her Ions, of clothing for men, women and children.
anion of Pine Grove Blarbee Mrs. Henry Ward Mrs. Jose of life.
and $40
; L. W. Kickliter of Starke. performedthe j 1 but it will be felt most by her ('hurehand Including a* fine garment a.
18 i received and the secretary was phine Rosier $25; J. R. .Dukes, for in Discontinuing her study with Prof. '
ceremony of family. could down
cted to take same up with Mr. Sol Dukes children $50. presence a Wm. Myers at Jacksonville; 'Miss Ca- anyone wish to working
large number of relatives and friendsof I Funeral services will be held at the clothes Between these extreme are
and Upon recommendation of attendance nova hopea to her studies
accept same. resume at a
the Thomas family.Mr. Methodist church at 3:30:: o'clock this clothe of different grades to suit ev.
loved and carried that the board of officer the name of Mrs. Emma Bax- later date in New York.
Shipman i* a 1 afternoon, the Rev. I. C. and taste. Shirts
prosperous grower Jenkins assisted ery purse and underwear -
lie instruction offer a reward ofa' ley was ordered dropped from Widows Starke is very proud of these young
and shipper, living a short distance by the Rev. O. A. Thrower of to suit every demand and] furnishings
:for the arrest and conviction of Pension Fund. people and their numerous friend
east of
Starke well known respectedand Lake City her former pastor here officiating of all kinds. Thfln'th.e1'e'ar.
i party or parties guilty of burning There being no funds available to hope for them a delightful outing and
!I'' very popular. His bride belongs Burial will follow Immediately hats fit to wear on Fifth Avenue New
''lIP Dowling school house. pay widows under the widows pension to one of the best families of Clay I pleasant professional career. after' the church services In York; hats for everyday use end;for,
Moved carried that the needed fund at the _
and time until
present taxes and n I'
county i ia an accomplished and Evergreen cemetery. the field, al "
;! ,. rs be ma'de to the Lake Butler are paid in the clerk instructed
' j was popular young lady. The Telegraph THEUESSA !II The pallbearers. will he H. L. Phifer Then there are shoes for all The
', School building date not to draw vouchers for said
filgh at early
as amounts joins the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. e I I W. L. Floyd E. K. Fagan, T. L. Green dainty lady who cares' not what she
. (+as possible. until taxes were paid in sufficient to Shipman in .wishing them' unbroken, Thciessa Mar.. 5.-The fifth Sunday W. R. McKinstry and,Ferd Bayer. pay so she get something stylish
board adjourned to meet first meet the required amounts. ...
1. jff'liThe appiness. school union meeting convened at the -----..- -- and the sturdy workman' who ,want
/Monday' ' in April. Board adjourned until the first Mon -----. Baptist church .Friday Saturday and MEMORIAL FROM FRANCE shoe that can stand wt'.r. can both b.
&> """"" "* day in April 1920.
\ < ROBERTSWARRENThe Sunday. The weather was very cold fitted out here.
i:DEATH. OF T. A. CRAWFORD and windy but the attendance was Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White have received The dry goods shelve are groaning

\(' LAWTEY marriage of Mr. Eddie Robert. good Friday and Saturday. Dinner i from the French government a under their weight of all kinds of
1 any were sorry Saturday to learn and Miss Mattie Warren was quietly was nerved on the ground and enjoyed handsome memorial to the memory of goods generally kept In A drY gooda

"!.,the death of Thomas Aaron Craw- Lawtcy Mar. 6.-R. R. Thedo visited solemnized Monday evening in Eustls, by all present Preaching services, their eon. Lt. Richard Ray White who store beside many kind that only
j at his home on the Raiford road, his parents in Charleston S C., at the residence of the officiating minster were conducted Sunday morning by fell at the battle of Saint Mihlel on' city stores are supposed to keep Small
ond the Brownlee place. Mr. Craw- the first of the week. Rev. Irvin Still. Rev. .1. T. Barnes? an able speaker Sept. 12, 1918. The following I. an wares in Infinite quantity and assortment -
d had been ill only five days hav- Mrs. H. C. Dodd of Atlanta Is The groom ia a son of Mrs Mabel who delivered an interesting sermon. interpretation of the symbolical group I i are found in the show canes.Grlflln i

been attacked by influenza afterg spending a few weeks a* the guest of Roberts, at Euntla, and the bride is a Owing to the rainy weather. Sunday and translation. of inscription: | & Johns aim to keep the
exposed in a cold rain.e Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwin. well known and popular young lady of dinner could not be nerved on tho The group is placed on a cenotaph 1 largest, most complete and handsomest t i

have not been able to gathery T, J. Linton of Jacksonville was a itarke.. This young couple have many grounds.W. on which Is engraved an InKcriPtion,1 I'' stork of millinery ever dteumed of
particulars about the life of the visitor to Lawtcy the latter part of friends both here and in Eustis who G. Seals, of Jacksonville, spent the following being a t In Sturke, and no mutter how fastidious }
abed and can give only the fol- last week( wish for them many happy year of several Jay here last week on a com- To the memoly of Richard Ray a lady may be about her headgearshe .
J. L. Harrell business bined business and fishing trip While lit-utcnant of the United' will find
ng. He was born in Pierce coun- was a visitor married life. White 2nd i something to null her
Ga., 53 years ago. He had been to Jacksonville Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Roberts will reside in here he wa tho guest of Mr. and Mr*. State at America, who died for liberty I !here. This stock has not been unpack

ng in Bradford county many years Clifton Brown, of Gainesville, visited iustls, where the groom ia an employee W. A. Jones. during the treat war. The homage ed yet, but there will be a millinery
,was an extensive and successfuler his parents Dr and Mrs. G. W. Brown of the Eustis I'harmaey.L.and Mr. and Mr*. S. B. Woodard were, of France. Tho president of the opening announced later, The millinery x. ;
very popular and respected by Monday. 'the bride pianist of the Vesta iJ'heatae. shopping in Starke Saturday republic R. Polncnlre. !" department will be in charge of ?
for his industry, intelligence and Miss Clara Cone, of Brooker was M. J. Batten was a visitor to Hampton The principal figure of the group/: an experienced mediate ,
I est dealings. Besides his widow the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede ----......-- Thursday afternoon symbolizes the soul and spirit of the It would be In vain to try to enumerate
I;leaves seven son and five daugh- the first of the week. CHRISTIAN CONVENTION AT Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood and American army which helped Franceto all things to be found in this

i; five brother, Jeff Gid Johnnie W. L. Overstreet was transacting LAKE BUTLER FEB. 28-20tH daughter, Nealie, left Saturday for maintain alive> the, flame 'If the store. so you must com to see for;
rge and Reuben Crawford. The business in Jacksonville Wednesday. Larkins where they will reside In the torch of liberty and Justice. yourself. Beside the classes tff good .

t; named lives at Macclenny the ad.see S. W. Leach of Jacksonville was a The Christian-Church Bradford future The sword i Is, not in the scabbardbut we have mentioned there are famine rand

of the others we are unable to visitor to Lawtey recently. County Convention held at Lake But.ter Miss Eatelia Woodard was a visitor ready at any moment to protect other tools, kitchen ware. stationery
e. Also two sinters, Mrs. Dane Mr. Poer of the Atlantic National Feb. 28-29th was a decided to Hampton Friday morning. |and defend the weak and oppressed, candles, cigar*-but what'f ,the '
nero of Kent Fla. and Mrs. Mar. Bank Jacksonville has been assisting cess. Despite .the pouring rain uc- Miss Mabel Seal, of Jacksonville, symbolised In the group to the left bya use 7A
Berry of Alachua.? A heartfelt in the Lawtey State Bank since the was evident the enthusiasm spent a few day last week with Mr. mother holding her baby to her stranger would believe, after

npathy Is extended to the bereaved death of Mr. Byrd. representative very preachers among leadersof and Mr*.,W.; A. Jones.: I breast and to Insure freedom and jus reading the above, that the store U
... Mrs. M. A. Torode of Alabama various organizations and the the Quit number: of messengers from tine U the eomlng generation, represented crowded and stuffy but U'taet.the :

|The interment in charge of Funeral is spending some time with her son, men both men and women. Every lay other' churches' were present at the by the figure of the kneeling roomiest tore In town. The showcases

ctor DeWitt C. Jones of Starke W. E. Torode. sessIon was full of Interest and decided meeting. boy praying and thanking God for de- are very large and 'handsome,
ok place at Dyal cemetery Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Moseley and taken to Masters Homer and Emory Sloan liverance.At and there In no disorderly pfling1 of
steps were enlarge and
> obsequies were conducted by Rev. baby of Clearwater are spending a reinforce our various interests in of Sampson City are visiting at the the right the figure of a man good.. Four clerks, one of- them a
|r. M. Moody of the Primitive Baptist few days with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sapp) things "pertaining'' to the kingdom of home of their aunt Mrs.' S. B. Wood. chained and shackled symbolize the lady In charge of the dry goods are "

lith. A great concourse of people aided ''I J. W. Barber of Macclenny has ac- : heaven" In Bradford county. ard.Last spirit of evil and the victory over our ready to wait on you as soon. a*. you ,F
the funeral although the cepted the position as cashier of the I A handsome sum was.raieed in Thursday several men of our enemies. Also at the right crowningthe enter, and you meet with the most 4
ather was very inclement. Lawtey State Bank beginning upon few minutes fond a community gathered al the home of spirit! of America stand Glory courteous treatment. The clerk arc
as starting
his duties Monday. this a Mr. and Mrs S. R. Swindel and helped who rejoice with the old war veteran all proud of their position and a* soon c
h Mr. and Mrs. C.-R. Sapp vsiU-d. rel purpose. The following ministers him remove a shelter and put it on standing to the left of the prlni a* one of them I III disengaged' I h*)
RAIFORD p.tives near Raiford Friday.Joe took E. an active part ,on the program: posts near his strawberry patch. This i clpa4 figure symbolizing the armies "straightens up" what may be In di..
E. Eisenhauer Indiana
t Allen was a visitor to Starke ; M. B. wall very ,easily done and now Mr. which are always ready to fight for order till the store look a* neat and!
5;Raiford, Mar. 5.-Miss Helen Naught Saturday.W. Inple. Bradentown; A. O. Smith', Lake Swindel has his \packing house ready' the good of humanity. clean as a "new pin." On busy daya

was a visitor to Jacksonville the H. Burt was a visitor to Starke Butler; Bro. Mullady Hampton; Bro. for the berries when tho weather get i Universal fame I I. symbolized by the the number of sates people are In.
|rat of the week. first of the week McGuire, Palatka; Bro Crews New warmer and the berries ripen.. They winged figure: lying over the group crensed to eight or ten.

> Loca Lee Cason spent the weekendth Mrs. A. J. Lowery and little son returned River; Bro. Smith Starke.W. aim put several new. block in position i and trumpeting to the world the great/: This I I. Griffin & Johns' store a

her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. C. to Jacksonville last week after B. SMITH. under the corn crib. Mr*. Swindel was i triumph In which the U. S. partlclpat- place where you can !get almost anything

nson. spending a few days visiting relatives 'assisted by Mrs. S. B. Woodard and I ed. you want at low price, everything -
"__. D. Andrews was a visitor to Jack. in Lawtey. NEW POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS i other in serving the men with en excellent 1 I The American eagle, poised, on the i guaranteed. Your accounts are

onvllle Thursday. Henry Burney was a visitor to Jacksonville dinner. The men present were i staff of peace watches zealously and kept so systematically that they can
,4 W. I. Roberts and little daughter: I the first part of the week Mossr D. W. Moore C. Sullivan S. stands ready to swoop in case our en- I be anrertained In a few minutes.

Sara Ada left Sunday for Odessa. Jack Smith was a visitor to Starke The Telegraph's announcement column B. Woodard, T. B., Sidney and Calvin ijemies again; endeavor to disturb the i i!I Beside the retail store there Is the
here they will spend a few days. last week. has the cards of three more can- Tricst M., and John Hall, J. P. Pad peace of the world so dearly acquire iwholesale department where merchant
lit" Edward and John McCley of Mac- Jeff Prevail and family returned didates this week.N. gett S. R. and Sam Swindel Ben Sas- *, naval store men,..*-vtnllls, tie
( flenny spent a couple of days here from Campville last week. D. Wainwright, tax assessor announces tier. That night the younger folk ed.The entire group Is framed by a camps' etc., may be *upplle kith friends. ----=.--- his candidacy for re-election. gathered and enjoyed several amusing border of oak and laurel leaves, whichare sort of staple and fancy groceries!
'$W. M. Whittcn was a visitor to Jack- A FARMER'S JUDGMENT JIe has held the office for many years game/: Among those present were always awarded the victors.At are kept here also hay oats corn and
ville Thursday. and what I II better he has filled it. He Misses Florence Hall, Estelle Wood the foot of the cenotaph the flags other feeds! and fertilizers. The wholesale f

W. II. Andrews was a visitor to the Eldridge Gerry the young New' is everywhere regarded as one of the ard, Eloise' Owsley Girtle Swindel of Franc and America are draped and department I IR extensive. enoughto
ounty seat Monday. I I York society leader who contributed moet capable tax assessor In FlorIda Mesdame Ben SasH-r, Roscoe Rhame joined together by a wreath which I II require two bulJJlngll.-"d.
Mis Carrine McKay wa a visitoro greatly last winter to the entertainment and the citizen bf the county gen C. A. Rhame, Messrs. John Hall Calvin the mark of gratitude and homage .
Jacksonville during the week. of American soldiers at Nice erally appear to be anxious for him to Triest Sam Swindel Roscoe that France pay to our sons who gave
\ There are quite a few cases of the tells many doughboy anecdote. have the office a* long a* he cares for Rhame, Ben Sasser, Samuel Wood- their, lives for liberty and justice. LYCEUM ATTRACTIONS
[influenza around here. "The average doughboy" said Mr. it.L. ard C. A. Rhame The lines engraved on the wall be. -

} Rev. E. C. Wells: who has been on Gerry "is no admirer of the French C. Powell announces his candi- S. B. Woodard returned Monday to hind the group: are taken from one of During the past week the amuse
the sick list for twp months continueso woman's exaggerated dacy for re-election a* a member of F Brtdgend where he i is employed with Victor Hugo' famous poem, and i ment have enjoyed two of the x
( improve in health. ed lips painted eyebrow' and very the ,county school board for districtNo. t the Osceola: Cypress Co., after spending when translated read: I excellent goer attraction of the Alkahest F
thick layer of powder. .'1. 'Mr. Powell I I. one of Starke'i the past two week here looking For those who devoutly died for Lyceum course put on under the auspices

BAPTIST "I was strolling one day on the best citizen. and has proven himself I after business. their country of the Woman' Club. The first
Promenade des Anglais with a young a useful member of the board. It appears J. W. Batten baa returned from of these was "The Liberty Belle,"
Sunday school 10 a. m. corporal when an extremely chic and at present that he will not have Jacksonville after spending a few daysin METHODIST appearing Thursday night of last week
11 at the same time much-made up opposition which I is very much to the that city. -
Morning worship, a. m. Thin trio of ladies delighted" a
B. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior, 6:30 French girl passed. liking of those citizens who are Interested Mr. and Mr. G. C. Tillis and children Sunday school 9:45: a. m., L. A. large audience.young The Columbia Sex "

'. 'There,* said I to my corporal in seeing. county affair In the of Starke spent a few day with Davis, jiuperintendent. tette wa the other attraction. A
Evening worship 7:80 p. m. 'what do you think of her?' hands of capable business men.S. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard.W. Preaching, 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. large audience greeted them Wednesday '

Midweek service for business prayr "The corporal a Texas farmer, eyed T. Dowllng of Raiford,'announ G. Seals and daughter Mabel Kpworth League 6:45: p. m. evening" and was very
and praise 7:80 p. m.BLANCHARD. the young woman for a minute see that be i i. a candidate for county left Sunday morning for their home in Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:80 much pleased with everyone the program of f

D. LAW and then said: commissioner for district No. 8, composed p. m. music and readings.The .
Pastor. .,?ffWell, sir, it'* bad ground that of Raiford and Lawtey electionprecincts. ELARBEE We will preach at Lawtey Friday next attraction In. thin. course
Albany Mr. Dowling has.served on the fifth at 7:30 .
takes so much top dressing: p. Hawaiian
he Liliuokalnnl
Measr Oliver and m.J. will The
Elarbee Mar. 6- *
Knickerbocker Press. the county board for two term andproved C. DIGGS
A representative of the wood spirits himself a most capable memo Malcolm Rosier returned home Friday with aVBne program of Hawaiian mu.-
'orb in Green Cove Springs was in bar He i is a conservative careful bu*. afternoon after spending two weeksat ic. The date for this attraction has
ST. MARK'S box factory Charles David Alvarez apprenticeseaman not been announced but it will be
|Stark Saturday and bought from Ines man and county affair In his Wauchula working in a yet
for Yeoman U, S. N., of this some time In the near future. "
oweD & Powell and Truby ft: How hands will be '
nough of ""straining1'dross" to'maki"" Third Sunday In Lent Mjrlh"7th. safely.. managed Joe Gunter of Raiford was'a visitorin city ho been given special mention The Woman' Club deserve commendation ,
: it i In the bulletin of Orders, and Notices for securing these excellent lit
carload. This mbxtance! composed Holy communion and sermon. a: this section Sunday.
|of rosin and email chips, is boiled in m. , .. .. I Hon. Rivera B. Bnford, of Marianna Hardy Harris and on were visitor published at the U. S. Naval Training attraction and it I Is pleasing to see \

retorts* with kerosene and refined intoa i Evening prayer"and sermon.'7:30'p. candidate for attorney general of to Raiford Saturday. Station Hampton Roads yH-for the that they are having the cordial sup
| low grade of spirits of turpentine.Hitherto m, C. A. ROSS, Florida, spent several day here and W. W. Forayth and son were In Rai, week ending Feb. 24. 1820. for his ex. port of the town.

I it had been of no value. Priest In Charge at Lake Batter during the weak. ford on business Saturday aft 'rn >on. celleut work In the yeoman school. --h----..-' - "'---....- .--.w


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( FIVE MILE -- ( 1.,:McRae'Sunday; and Monday.: | ZIFP
i ''J.I N. Yates attended church at The- ]I -:-:-:-- 4-
Graham, \\ ,, Mar Kirk and \ guests last week her cous- Prayer meeting will be held at the I'' Dennison and children, of Mid ,
visitors to A. II. Hancock and daughter, home of J. N. Yates Sunday night. I spent the week-end here with her par,'
County News Items Ethel Dy..l, Ga., Mrs Wm. Rhodes I Mr. and Mrs J. C. Crews have move ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Y'{. Lewis t}

grandparents, of Moultrie, Ga., her ed to their new home on the Gardiner Miss Edna Baxter spent the weekend
Dyal Saturday son, Thos. D. Proctor and farm, northwest of town. in Brooker with her parents. t

L Mrs. Geiger Dekle, of Bartow. .- Thomas made a business !
R. B.
Ustara.tlnpact.. Gathered the Week by Our trit
Mrs. B. L. Duke were shop- the Brooker
Dorothea, J. H. Kelly was among to Graham Saturday. |
Regular Correspondent Monday. visitors to Starke Monday.
J. W. Lewis
ys't Mr. and Mrs. were vbjitors
Messrs. Rodgers and daughter, to Waldo Saturday.

'4 -- Dyal, O. W. I Blackwelder, were guests J. F. Williams, a well known citizen II. O. Rivers and family have i move
.ar went to Santa Dukes one day last week. section, had business
BROOK Ell icution Saturday, March 6th. As there Mrs. P. P. Dekle spent Mon. of the Providence to Long Bridge where they will r aide
I boards.Monday.
V is special work to be done each mem- day.Dock !j I Wednesday in Lake Butler. with the county

t Brooker, Mar. 5.-Quite a numberof ber ii urged to be present at this City where he Mrs. Lem Dukes are receiv -
i young folks enjoyed chicken pilau.] meeting.
ment. n. of friends over CLIENTELE GROWSNOT
cupper and nodal at the home of Mr. OUR
Ed Barry of a son Feb. 24th.
if and Mr*. W. S. Nabb Tuesday night HAMPTONHampton.
reunion ,
f business was held at PROMISES BUT
in honor'of their Miss Maxine UPON
I guest M.-5.Miu: : Mr. and Mrs. Barbara Dukes Sunday.
Willis. Hancock,
visited P. Dekle and daughter, Nor-
I, ,-. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Scott were' here of Lake City, was a visitor to Hampton I son Kinney, business visitors to Dukes

\ \! Friday Iris Godwin morning.,/who is attending IIchoolf'l' \Mr.Monday Crews, from Starke, has moved Mr: and \\ WE ARE PIONEERS IN
Brooker Lena Drawdy and children
at Starke, came home Saturday to be into the cottage owned by Mrs. G. W. were
Fred visitors of her
with her little sister, Rosa Lee, who Hicks, north of the Baptist church. Mrs.- B. L. Duke. parents Dry Cleaning and PressingIN
was seriounly burned Friday morning.Mr. Kev. Mullady
convention PROMPT'
+ and Mrs. Wiley Kelley and children of Christian churches at Lake Lindsey and daughter were visi BUSINESS SINCE 1835. ;
; Sarah and Loree, of New River, Butler Saturday and, Sunday. Largo! where Friday. 625-627 WALNUT STREET
r I parents, Mr. of Lake Butler, was here TEASDALE CINCINNATI OHIO
pent Thursday here with their mother Campbell, of Starke, made several '
j" Mrs. S. J. Kelly. professional visits to I Mr. and S turday. .
Hampton ---- --- ----- -
were shopping J. Dekle and M. L. McKin- ----- ------ -----
Mrs. J. M. demons, who has spent this week. --
the last month her mother Kev. I. Mies Mabel at the home of P. P. Dekle .
visiting: S. Ingle, state evangelist of
..__ ,
I d Mrs. S J. Kelly and other relatives, me innmian L cnurcn, was a visitor to _spent_ (
! v hit Thursday for her home in Birmingham Hampton Monday. McKinney H. L. Sprinkle- visited Five

1 "t Ala.J. Mrs. McNeally, who has been visiting Graham \ Tuesday. ,
E. demons spent Tuesday in her sister, Mrs. F, E. Henry, has Lake Butler services were held' at the
o Starke on bunln<*SB. returned to her home at Wilcox. ent were Mrs. Mrs Mollie Parrish Sunday n

I' II. C. demons was a week-end Miss Mabel Seals, of Jacksonville, Messrs. Frank mother Mrs. Martha --Touch (
truest of his daughter, Mrs. R. A. An. has been the guest of Miss Eunice ly, Murphy
J. R. Beville. ,Dukes and Kelly conducted WRIGLfor
dneu. Saxon for several days. Miss Seals
f Miss Eva Edwards and grandmother was formerly a resident of Hampton meeting but Mrs. Touchtone has been
Mrs. A. Williams, spent Thursdsy and has many friends who are always Tommy for several years and un I
with Mrs. S. J. Kelly. glad to sore her. itor to attend church.

:: Supt. E. R. Poppell made the school Mrs F.. H Dover left Tuesday for Miss Long is busy pulling the
,, r) here a visit Thursday afternoon. I Jacksonville where she, will visit her week-end at in his fields so he can use im
.. Quite a number of the young folks son. Rush Dover. The machinery, thereby making
t a It W' attended the show in Starke Tueaday W. C. Hunt returned to his work at afternoon. of grass to grow where on- ,1 mother
fi I night. Lake Park, Ga., Monday. Mr and grew before. Success to you, I
I. ; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency were W. G. Seals, of Jacksonville, was a Louise, were -Let other, farmers follow father, the boys
business visitors to Starke Monday. visitor to Hampton this week. day. I and. we will hear.less of .5
J. D. Baxter and Nicer, Emma Miss Ethel Hunt, who is attending Willis Dyel Wednesday.'e i C. L., and girls. It'sthe

Chesser, left Monday for Blackshear, school in Starke, visited in Hampton brother, Jim, I Dekle and Wm. Cone, of Lake all
r Ga., where Miss Chesser will make this week. I, Mr Anna I, were business! 'visitors here sweet

her---- hnmtf------- wtt.h-,-... .tAlatiria___no _... __T. M. Hagan is having his store on was. ,a_ bu. !! : : |I : work or
1 A number of Brooker citizens were Main street repaired. jurcanci aces
I attending to business In Starke Mont The Ladies AidSociety met at the Monday at "I HIGHLAND i:
t I day. home of Mrs. L. M. Walter-son Tues- '
Dr. A. E. Russell made several to Starke '
, professional afternoon. Quite an interesting Mar. 5Mr. and Mrs. F.
; I rails to the Pine Hill section meetingfl was enjoyed.A Mr. and
% were shopping in Starke
during the week. social were
was given at the home of I .
Dogan!: Nabb had the misfortune of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harper Thursday E. J. Rowe ,wall,, a business visitor
to Brooker
being hurt, though not seriously, Monday evening. Those! present were Misses : 'Thursday. When sou'renervous
afternoon by a horse running I Mabel Seals, Alma Dyal Byre] Mul ; M. C. ; i Bertha Smith and Miss Wini-
- away with him while out hauling wood lady, Eunice Saxon Julia Maxwell, I gia have motored from Lawtey or tired.
lie received several cuts bruises Leona accepted
and Mullady and Mrs. I. II. Hunter, I and visited friends and
: on his hood and face Dr. Russell attended Mrs. F. E. Henry, Percy Griffin, Rance distiller. see how it

! him. Johns, Willie Johns, James Maxwell, Sheriff .
Wimberly made
E. T. Stewart left Monday for Wil-! Cyril Manlre and Dr. Hunter itor here Wednesday. a trip to refreshesl) 'y 4
P 1 leford position where he holds a rcuponsible Chicken pilau, cake and pickles were Price Misses I Ethel Ricks, Miss Beth Wim- i
served at the
Miss Clara Cone left Friday for a /--conclusion. vention, and R. L. Kelly, and T. R. Car- {
few days visit with relatives at Law- LAWN of Mr. and motored to Lawtey Thursday The Flavor )
i.* )l tey. Estelle with friends and relatives. e' !'
; teenth Wimberly, Jr., attended the
Misses Van Cone and Minnie Green Woodluwn, Mar. 6.-Mr. and \Mrs.
Creek Union
: of Pine Hill attended. church here Saturday J. S. Norman were business visitors to by giving her the week-end.meeting at Max- Lasts
ki 4 night. Starke Saturday.H. \Many games
'\\ Rosa Surrency and brother, Mallic, S. Norman attended the union they were I I Wilkinson was a visitor to
; 4 ; 'i were in town shopping Saturday af meeting at Maxville Friday. where cake L.Saturday. l
r ternoon. Mr. and ed. Kelly left Friday for his
Mrs. Jeff Dowling
L. Sowell has moved his barber shop Saturday and Sunday at Raiford pent the Mrs. Eva Bell to recuperate alter his
to the shop owned by G. B. Coloon.( guests of relatives. Kirk, of illness lie was accompanied hRich

V t t The Ladies Aid of the Free Will James Browning, of Jacksonville, ed in as R. Waldo W. M. Wimberly A-9

Baptist church will give a box supper spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. bride's ,
Friday night at the home of Mr. and and Mrs. D. B. Drowning ville Ollie Marr was shopping in h 4I,
I Mr R. T, Osteen. wedding was Saturday.
Everybody invitedto Mrs. W. H. Norman and baby, of
I. come and either buy a box or bringone. Jacksonville, are here for a visit with immediate I H. C. Wimberly and daughter,
i ) her present. I were. week-end visitors to III.
parents, Mr. and Mrs D. L. Phil .
Ii 4 'Dave Hall and little nephew, Gerald lips. beautiful
Boasley, left Saturday for a visit with Mrs. H. S. Norman is spending this trimmed in Nancy Perry left Monday for
relatives in Tampa. week In Clay county with relatives. mony was to visit her sister, Mrs. Chas.

; D. Lynn and family, of Gainesville, Horace Rosier attended the union ville, who SEALED
V attended services liehe Saturday. meeting at Maxville Sunday. ceremony D. C. Moseley was a visitor to

iv t' Mrs R. A. Weeks spent Thursday John Drowning was called to Jacksonville Messrs. J. Sunday.
t' here with her husband. to be at the bedside of her- dorff made a Blackburn, of Glen St.- Mary,

s" Fred and Lucian Hazen wire transacting brother, Edd Davis, who Js ill with In- Saturday I friends here Friday. TIGHT-
r , business in Gainesville Friday fluenza. turn got I. Sapp and two daughters, of

Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters, The family of D. B. Browning is recovering get out and shopping. here Saturday. WRIGLIEIf'S'
; Inez, and Onarita Ward spent Satur. after being confined to their and get out.Everyone. j i KEPT

day in Alachua. rooms for the past two >weeks with CROSBY LAKE SPEARMINT
: Prof. R. A. Greene was shaking the flu. Christian / .
i hands with friends here Saturday. D. L. Phillips attended the Masonic Sunday night L ke, Mar. 6.-P. B. Bryant TMa PERFECT GUM RIGHT

n P _A. Crosby, of. Starke, was looking meeting at Lawtey Thursday night._ J. D. Kirk daughter, Katie, of Plant .
i alter business Interests here Satur Jacksonville visitors at the home of II. .",
e :p' day.M. WATER MILL II!
P. Mathony spent Saturday and -

Sunday In Starke with his family Water Mill, Mar. 5.-O .W. Thomas
5 V. Edwards, of Bradford, was In was transacting bucines sin Starke ( ,
i town on business Friday Friday. S

Miss Abernathy Entertain Mrs A. 11. Warren, of Ziff, is spend
"t Miss Inez Abernathy entertained a ing a while with her mother Mrs B. Furniture
number of her friends Saturday night Thomas Repairing Refinishing

with a social given in honor of Miss A I.. Green and son, Dave, were ;
Maxine ,
Willie Music and genies were transacting business in Broker Thurs
,,, played, until a late hour. Those present .
A were: Messrs, Fred and Lucian and Mrs Jent Stokes were shopping :'
Hazen E. W Carter, Guy and in Brooker Friday. '. We can make old Furniture
John Pinholster, Abe Crosby, Chester W. R. Hodge was transacting business your look like new,
Andrcu Pave Green, Hubert Rouse, in Brooker Tuesday.
Rev. Uickerson and Misses Willie Mae Alvah Thomas was attending to bus Staining, Varnishing, Painting and Enamel Work.
it ; Nabb, Eunice Hazen, Ruby Ila Belle iness in Brooker Friday afternoon.

and Jennie Maude Crosby, Ina Strick- Misses Minnie and Pearl Green attended III We can refinish anything from a common chair to .
land: Daisy !Lewis Minnie Given, Van Advent church Saturday

Cone, Elma and Pearl Shaw, \Maxine Mrs. Martha Parrish, of Five Mile, a mahogany piano. Our truck will call for and de-
Willis .
and Abernathy, \Mesdames Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. L. '
Bryant Shaw, L. L. Johns and Mr. and Green, this week. liver your furniture.
i Mrs P. M. Barefoot. .
Messrs. Jno Pinholster, Lurian Ha EAST STARKE
zen and Misses Maxine Willis and \
We have
+ Willie Mae Nabb motored to Hampton East Starke, Mar 6,-Mrs. May Lybers a very efficient finish, carpenter and 'can ,

Sunday afternoon.Marvin is spending a few days with her build furniture
Hazen was in Gainesville mother, Mrs. Fannie Underbill. cabinets, desks, tables, etc. to order.

Friday on business. Hebron Underhill, of Miami, is vis .
Messrs. Percy Moody, Collie Weeks iting relatives in this section
f and Misses Jewel Moody and Grace Joe Truby was a visitor here Tues 'PHONE 129
Knight, of LaCrosse, were visitors tour o day afternoon. ,

town Sunday. Edward H. Smith, of Gainesville,
Mrs. L. Sowell visited her parents, was a pleasant visitor here Sunday af \
Mr. and Mrs. C. Mott, of Ilnfrue, last ternoon.

week-end. We are sorry to report the Strlek- Lumber i
I Messrs. Dave Green and Chester, land family Buffering; with the flu Quigley &
Andreu attended services 'here Satur-: Messrs. Hogan Smith Raymond Supply Co.

day night.R. Goodge and George Parrish, of Samp
. ,, A. Weeks spent- Sunday with his i son City, attended the party given at to*
family In Starke. the home of W. E. Greene Thursday
l \ Miss Bertie Thomas entered school night Contracting Building

i Monday. We are glad to know that Nat Williams, wju"*...visitor here' Repairing, Painting, Interior Decorations .

,( Brooker wfll"hav an eight: months' Monday afternoon ... ,. j/r- Estimates
S I term Instead of fllz.' I Mid. Florence Carter Is spending Gladjy!! Furnished "

Pine Hill.Lodge No. 0 F. &: A. M"j, a few-weeks" with her Bister,Mrs.. Jai. ,
wilt hold its regular monthly D. Ricks,'of Starke -- --'



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-COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS- -- -- --- UUU'U"'W4............

I I Bradford County Farmers j ji sprayed ing Lee; done County trees this-for year-Citrus scab.than growers More heretofore.spray-have I ..TRUE BLUE Misconception s c.A.: ..''t

i The growers have seen the necessity By ANNA M.. GORDON. ;

THIS IS FOR YOUr the quality of Florida sugar was equalto nvcting it with the anchor is removedthe of producing good fruit which brought i rxx 1

the imported. main cable is attached to a dis- good prices this year, while the poor '

When owner of range cattle admit "The Florida sugar industry was almost !- tant stump or tree and the machine fruit has not paid expenses. (. itio. bY WoClur. N..a.p-r BYadreataSomewhere ; ; By SAIDEE E. BALCOM ;

that their cow are so weak from lack entirely destroyed by the Setnin- ,:i being on skids the cable is wound on Orange County-The county is In the prosaic little town

of nourishment that they can't stand ole Indian war but rapidly increased ; the drum and it is moved forward by going to purchase enough dip to run of Ironton. there lived a likely lad by -

> a bath in the dipping vat, it looks if aa soon as conditions became settled its own power. As the machine is all vats where individual owners wish the name of David Glen, to be exact. (Cocrrlcbt. Ill*, by the .Weetere N...-

. the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty as is shown by the U. S. Agriculture I moved from its anchorage a cable is to continue dipping. This will be supplied David never bud been, a handsome boy paper VnloaThere's >

l to Animals might; be called upon tcporti of Ih/.O/ which show the Flor- attached to the outer edge of the tank to the individual at cost. The and two years of trench life had added five In the family" reported

to see that the' owners provide spme da crop of sugar! to have been 3,300- it S.} drawn out the water emptied, work has been turned over to the DO new beauty to his appearance. Ills little Ned Willis to his curious and!

feed for these poor cattle in the winter JOO( pounds. and is placed on skids and drawn county agent. The fnen dipping will deep gray eyef were still weak and Interested own "There's Mr. and Mrs.

months, when the pasture on other l "In 1829 James Hamilton Couper along with the machine.-Southern be instructed in the testing of the watery from the Minding effects of Waldron. Then there's a young man

people's lands is not sufficient to established a sugar factory on the Ruralist. fluid so they can do this work and.!, ,not gas ; there had grown a slight stoopIn of Say. Edna, he Is just as handsome .1

nourish them properly.-Times-Union. Altamaha near Brunswick, Ga., and have to depend on the agent. Triceson his thin shoulders; and patches can be."

-- -_ _- I I cdhtinously operated it up to the Civil I FEED CHICKS LITTLE BUT OF- all (crops both truck and citrus Iron gray hair had mingled with the "Any children Inquired Mrs. Willis,

FOR BETTER RURALCONDITIONS LIVING War when it was ruined by military TEN Beginning to look more promising. black along Ills temples. Not one person "Naw." replied Ned In an aggrieved

:operations.I The average acreage in Holmes County-Three very successful In a hundred would throw more 'tone "There's two young fellows, but
Keep them Supplied With Fresh Wa- his directionon
1 casual glance In me""I
than thon
sugar cane was 300 acres and the average tractor demonstrations have a ever so much older

J 'p, No project of homo demonstration yield was 80 tons per acre. I ter been held during the past two weeks passing him In the street Blue-Da- II understand Interlarded Mr. Wll-
and now
work has been more enthusiastically "At the outbreak of the civil war There is no more interesting: subject Much interest is being taken In the eyed hazel did though, else to, that Us, "that Mr. Waldron Is a retired cltjt t

taken up by club members than that comparatively large quantities of I in connection with poultry than tractor. Seven were unloaded at Bon- vid doesn't want anyone merchant, and bis SOD Is looking after

of home improvement. Miss Sarah' cane sugar were being produced on the feeding of small chicks. The ifay last week. There is fully a 60 Is not In the same way. world war his Interests there." 1

Partridge, State home demonstration the plantations in' Florida for the U. proper care and feeding of baby chicks per (cent increase in swee t potatoes Hack In the days of the "They seem like very respectable.

y- ', agent, is most enthusiastic over the S. Census of 1860 credits Florida with I Is especially important right now as bedded for slips. not a handful of people had ever givenDavid people." remarked Mrs Willis. "Well '

work that has already been done the production 1,669 hogshead or 2- we hatch with hen or machine or buy Cloumbia County-The interest in Glen a thought. On his return- dressed and furniture quite the mode

along this line. In past years the 002,800 pounds of sugar. baby chicks. It is necessary that good club work and general agricultural from France he found that his had reputation Did you notice. Edna" vl'

t work has been confined mostly to that "After the the feed be used, that it be fed with ('are. individuals was demonstrated running ahead of him, paved But Edna did not reply. Young Impressible
war by travelas
) I sugar industrywas enterprises
I to
and that be given. Dr. N. U. a royal road for his feet to the handsome !
; of canning poultry raising and dairying virtually abandoned for the more enough here when Representative W. Ironton. n lld- the reference -

' .4{ but it has been felt that a big profitable crop of long staple cotton Sanborn, of the College of Agriculture W. Phillips gave $1,600 to the boys' he marched Into with banners ; young man had quite absorbed

problem] is that of helping make the which commanded a high price. has the following to say in regard to pig club work in Columbia county.Mr. logs were decorated being made and crowds her. i

__ farm home more attractive nd moreconvenient. "It is a coincidence that thaf irst feeding chicks: Phillips was recently appointed speeches were streets. "You must break the Ice. Mary" said t
4 Farm women and girls 'Young chicks should not be fed for "t>t people thronged the Willis to his wife. "Suppose you
d revival of the sugar industry in Flor- bond trustee in charge of the county David W8bOIUt'Hlrk Mr.
of It all.
all over the State have joined in this ', ida after the Civil War was under- from 24 to 36 hours after hatching, road funds, and this donation, of ap- In the mldrt and! lonesome until a slender get the cook to fix up a couple of those t

work and the results during the past and will not suffer if given no feed his salary chickens I bogged yesterday. I
taken by a Philadelphia capitalist. proximately $1,000 represents aide "S lie prairie
few months have been beyond expec- ,I "In 18RH-9 Mr. Hamilton DiBstonereded until third day. The yolk nf the egg as bond thustee. The recently girl stopping by his him suppose our new neighbor has heard!
4 ; tations. Some of the direct results of which !is absorbed by the chick furnishes rested from the march, )
t ? at St. Cloud a sugar mill witha organized Civic League has a special and with the light of the wonders of this vicinity for wild I
with her
a this work just in its infancy follow: all the nourishment required praises and sample of tbe same shouldbe
capacity of 200 tons of caiie'per day committee on fair promotion. hardships game a
4 ) of home in Man- during this time. It is this provision of ber eyes for all the gratefully* i
but not all the received very
land has-
ti. necessary Escambia County-Much through which be bad passed.
; of nature for the first sustenance of about"I
a chemical closet installed near the''i! ern economical devices made rather a the chick that makes it possible to been broken in this part of the state That Is why David Olen sat every So, four hours later sod Just
poor showing from a factory standpoint be broken. Harel's dinner time Mrs. Willis crossed over r
1 distances. but there ia lots yet to pleasant evening on blue-eyed
house in a building next to the acety- ship long
The yield however of 5- to the next house with two daintily
some in
will be planted spiteof Hazel's expresscommand,
At the Large crops piazza-by
lene lighting plant which was put in. I start it is advisable to feed
t 000 pounds of sugar per acre was superior the shortage of farm labor. Some Under ordinary circumstances broiled prairie chickens steaming
d Invitation.
only two months ago (this lights the I five times a day alternating a mash Mrs. Waldron
to any American record to of their met and ready for the table.
I up farmers turning a large part they might never have ,
house and furnishes fuel for soft feed such johnnycake witha
cooking) ; or as kitchenwhen
maid In
that time. The yield l satisfacI directing her
was so and stock farm. David was was
house painted. In this same county hard grain or scratch feed. An into sheep ranges for Hazel was as rich as
that Mr. Disston visitor appeared."No L
I tory recorganized the
thirteen girls in one club have the improvement ideal scratch mixture can be made Liberty County-Some 32 tons of poor. This fact caused Aunt Caroline,
the company with a capital of 1,000- I mustn't come in" said Mrs
of their bedroom as their from five pounds cracked corn, three fertilizer were purchased by the Hszel's guardian, many sleeplessnights ,
000 and bonded it for 1000000. An she had arrived at Willis, "I know you roust be quite upset :
; special problem. pounds cracked wheat two pounds : county agent last week for the farmers and as yet

1 ", When 42 girls in the communitytake expensive factory costing $350,000 pinhead oatmeal hulled or rolled oats. of the county. This was boughton no definite conclusion regarding how and I've brought: yon over some j'
was erected with a capacity of 3.500 all Won't you notify
up what I" termed by the home Feed morning: noon and night scattered a co-operative plan and at a much to dli>pose of David. game
acres per season, but at no time was had been For that matter. David's concerns us If we can be of any assistance to
demonstration agents, the "home im in chaff litter lower price than if the order

f provement project which means; more than 1,000 acres planted to cane A good soft feed can be made from placed by each individual man. were even then bothering him quite you?" ,
The business was handled by promoters "Oh dear! we are Imposing upon
that will five six infertile as much as! they were bothering Aunt i
systematic work be done in pounds corn meal eggs ( Madison County-The farmers and
in Mrs. Waldron
Inexperienced and when
declared ,
cane Indeed.
wl C the of improving least ) and of bak- Caroline. Totally oblivious of anything you
way at one one'tablespoon business men in and around Greenville
the bounty was taken off the she the proffered donation
i room In that home the work of the sugar ing soda. Mix with milk to make a have made plans to build a sweet or anybody save himself and but
the I)lost on Company went into bank recognition.
l' agent is bound to be felt. Such is the stiff batter, and bake well. Feed in potato storage house. This was de- Hazel he discussed them. Two Hours with grateful ,
with hundreds Mr Wlllli
of other stock-
ruptcy But the next morning ,
sg case in Alachua (county 42 girls: of the middle of the forenoon and after- finitely decided at a meeting held at they had sat on the wide front piazza
promoting in the boiling
companies house fairly
ti r the Trenton Club having: selected this sugar sug. noon for the first ten days or two Greenville last week. of the red brick house talking over earns Into
beet fields of the The cads
ar country. "Well nice set of yonder
still fresh. over. a
i special phase of club work as their weeks. When infertile eggs are not plans and the topic was '
first factory which was managed by I" he blurted out wrathfnlly. "What >
JI project And there are 22 Kid! in available use double the quantity of !Mil RHODES TO ADDRESS MEETING The afternoon sun had flipped
Dr. R. E. Rose now state chemist of to
think The yonwent
'" the Waldo Club doing likewise. Several : baking one-half dusk had fallen ; a solitary do you game
i I soda and add poundof OF FARMERS away ; '
Florida showed handsome
a profit. they never !,
trouble to
other clubs in the county could sifted beef scrap. Infertile eggs; woman coming Into the house by the all that prepare
))1'. Rose foresaw the result when the the whole batch
;5 I make reports similar to these new was formed and severed are those which have been tented out L. M. Rhodes, commissioner of the side entrance, and passing' through the touched. They" gave

company from sitting from incubator. hall had paused by the screened piazza to their dog.
or an ,
-- -- - State Bureau of Markets Is expectedto
his connection with the shrieked Mrs. Willis.
company "What !I"
,) SUGAR l "Without large mills be mlatdken""Am
| any sugar "Oh John I must
to baby chicks. Sprouted oats are people continued to discuss plans for
old courthouse in Starke Saturday '
Florida in the of 1917.18 Mr. Wllll 1
season produced II"! flashed out w 1
Writing !in the Southern Ruralist good. Little chicks should be the future
: :: supplied
March 6th, at 2:30: m.
3,558,205( gallons of cane syrup I know chickens when I
recently Major W. L. Glessner recounted constantly with fresh water 'in either "I can understand Hazel just' how fancy prairie jL
kjfjf.1CTO which if'developed into sugar would We have been advised that if he is see them and looking over the hedge' B
the [ said David. "You want to
a trip to 70,000 acre sugar shallow pans or small drinking fount- you feel
have produced, 28,465,640 pounds. In prevented from coming that another
animal our
there the feasting on
which is house beside, Aunt Cnrollne's -
plantation being prepared by ains.FEICTIUZER. hire this new
i this connection it should be remembered ( speaker will be here to take his place. two speclnls from a plntter. They're
the Pennsylvania Sugar: Co., and and furnish It well because'

points out that this is not the first that in the crude processes used at : FOIL SWEET POTATOES Aunt Caroline has a big house" common clay, that gang-a corn b..tand
least 40 per cent of the juice is wast SALES JUMP OVER 500 PER CENTDr. cabbage crowd, probably don'tknmv
time that this industry has been followed I[ At the words "Aunt Caroline" the
ed. whnt the word game means. 'lit

7 + in Florida. lie says: "Analyses of the cane of Florida i Williams 101 Tonic Greatly In quiet woman Inside the doorway gave them, Mary. They certainly don't belong ,,
"American cane was first The sweet potato is one of the most A smile
sugar a slight start. puzzled
made by Dr. W. C. Stubbs of Louisiana Demand for "Flu' Treatment to our class." it
produced on a commercial scale at important crops grown in Florida. A wreathed her mouth as she listened.
acknowledged authority on sugar That afternoon Mrs. Willis was j
New Smyrna Florida about 1767-27 large was planted last
acreage year Then deliberately standing
showed it to be very much richerin While the influenza plague was rag- startled and disturbed when she heard
prior to the production of and the Indications are that the her
years sugar back In tile shadows, the cupped
content than the cane of Lou ing in October 1918 the sales of Dr. out
sugar voices on the side porch. Glancing v
in Louisiana. will be increased this .
: acreage she
y year.The hand over her left ear that might "
?fr isiana. Williams 101 Tonic jumped over 600 she observed the young man from next
"In that Dr. Andrew Turnbull of this to
yield depends a
year crop hear a little plainer. .
With a combination of experienceand per cent. There can be only one rea- door addressing Edna who was flushed ,
began the of large extent the fertiliza- "
development what is
now upon proper "Now I say, continued David ;
capital in development Florida for such tremendous increase dish I
son a ; and fluttered He bore a covered
known "Turnbull tion of four fertilizer
as Hammock on same. A year "let's start hooe Let's live our own
can sweeten the world and that is that Dr. Williams 101 Ton-
"A couple of fish father brought from
the East Coast with a colony of 1,600 experiment conducted at the Experi- lives where I can afford to. You know "
ic is a correct treatment for "Flu"LaCrippe town," he explained. "I only hope yet (
Indentured Minorcans and Greeks. ment Station showed the highest yieldof
GIANT STUMP-PULLEU I lost what few clients I bad when I \
Ik Chill and Cold cases, as enjoy them as we did those wonderfulprairie
The New sweet made "
colony was named Smyrna potatoes was on a plot went to war
well as Malaria and other fevers. Quinine chickens" and Mrs. Willis ne- !
after the Mediterranean island from Combines Features That Overcomes fertilized with 112 pounds dried blood The quiet woman In the doorway
the of disease is centered
enemy germs, deed that Edna's were
which many colonists came. The Turn- Failures 84 pounds muriate of potash and 224 leaned breathlessly forward awaitingthe eyes
of the of this effective
I one ingredients upon the departing visitor.
bull Hamock constituted a sugar estate pounds acid phosphate. Potash was reply. It came at last slowly but
medicine. is another im- "
,. of several thousand acres. The' found to be valuable in producinghigh "Strange people! she observed t.
'I yielding
In the old days of hand and horsepower chemical contained in the
portant Edna later "The fish look If they
iron rolls used in crushing the cane' yields. Ground limestone did as
"I know you're rIght David but
It was "forty acres and a mule. tonic. It cleanses the liver and bowels
had been chest for aweek"
In Ice
'I are still on their original foundations not increase the yield of the potatoes a grocer's.
| In these days of steam and electricity ; of accumulated poisons. Iron the Aunt Caroline has been like a mother '

near New Smyrna. The colonists revolted is and in fact the yield was not as large to me, and the new house Is a dream.
forty acres a IItumppul1t'r.I .
rich blood is the third. It
I'' producer, "Yes. they're not much like the ones
.a and as no other labor could he where a complete fertilizer plus the
hard she
advent of the tractor necessiat- Try as as could not an-
builds stamina and vitality
up strength, Ned In' the brook thll morn-
11 ; had the industry was destroyed ground limestone was used as where caught
I other coherent sound could the
ed the clearing of the land of stumps and strength will win againstany listenIng : "
Ing. admitted Edna "but mamma
"A few years after the development just the complete fertilizer was ap-
Many stump pullers have been invented disease. woman hear. As for the Incoherent '
l of the Turtibul] Hammock other plied. perhaps our neighbors are not familiar
sugar: I and were successful in but onew-they were not meant for ;
I a way, 26c and SOc bottles at your drug with the )
town ways yet?
$ plantations were developed until difference of profit and loss is '
being generally operated by horsepower Refuse all
of store. attempts to palmoff her."So When Mr. Willis came home he
the of Florida sometimes
many planters w'reI'roduclnlt' determined by the fertilizer
they lacked sufficient I they plan to leave me" she
1 power substitutes. There is only one Dr.
snorted decisively as he looked over
cane sugar: in considerablequantities. applied. Too much study cannot
slow and sputtered all Indecision about David
were expensive, required Williams Tonic. Adv.
101 3.
I the returned donation from his neighbors : -
j In 1771 a Mr. Oswald be given this question. Complete re- flown.
frequent moving and consequent loss "They plan to leave me all
I "Not fit for the" cat ?1" be j,
established the suits pro-
a sugar: plantation on of the above experiment have
alone In this house
of time. Those operated by steam big --no honest man
Halifax river and a Mr. Rollos about been published in bulletin form and ' nounced.! "Mary Just tolerate these
I power could l not be securely anchoredand to advise me about my prop..rtynoUttl "
the same time opened a sugar plantation were unsatisfactory. can be had by applying to the FxperIment ( .c; /1 girl to help me fir: my clothes de- people.

near Palntku at a point now I Station at Gainesville Edna was !seated on a cushion on
Several years ago Col. R. L. Do!. 'fJntly-tilollt" two out there-the only
known as Florahomo. I have seen the I the lower steps! of the porch, her fatherand
lings, of Ohio purchased the Walkill man I've ever heard talk honest--nnd
5 large iron rolls at this which .5 mother screened by vines on the
place tract of 14,000 acres near Green CoveSprings State or Ohio City of Toledo IAICU a the little girl I've brought up from a
i were used to crush the cane County- .. other end when, refreshingly hold.
i Fla., and experimented with Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he to baby. Not much I Not If I know It !I"
Waldron crossed from the :
"The of the U. S. young
reports Department various machines for getting rid of .enlor partner of the firm of F. J. Ch.n \ Back through the hall Aunt Caroline
of Agriculture for 1845 how a Co. doing buelneea! in the City of To 1 yard.

that only the industry the utiimps. None of them proving, 'lerto County and Stale afbr> end the hastened. Opening the door with a "You look lonesome" he said, approaching " t
net was early
q sugar stuisfartory he sent Mr It. E. Barber > dEv8J"'t1'.rH' the sum of ONE HUN bang she confronted the guilty mis I
in 1.'I to Ohio where he devoted a yearto that cannot, be cured by the U.. o: creants. I excuse
I sow you were alone-and, y
perfecting a stump puller that ha >, HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE.! "You come In here with me, both
!I" added chair
FRANK J. CHENEY. Alan hastily as a
WARNS"USERS overcome the defects of the others Sworn to before of you." choked she. "We'll
MR. DOOSON rn* and subscribed 1r soon make moved on the porch and he made out

This machine, which in now at work at I D.crnenoe.IBM this ttb. day of Dec.mb.r some headway about your affairs." Mr. Willis. raj

Walkill and which I have seen in operation is operated by steam and CATARRH H OF CALOMEI power I i I en Internally and acts through the Bloot rheumatism and kidney penona meekly followed after "Father Just found out. and he Is terribly
I is-4'apnble of clearing forty acres with. on the Mucous Surfaces of the Syetem. trcuhlee. For a the Irate little woman along the
: number of yean I suffered with rheumatic annoyed and embarrassed""Found
JJrumlnH. 7C&c. Tnettmonlale
out removal from position. It is Reurely I hall to the living
also room. There
F. J. Cheney & ('0., Toledo Ohio. nuiiu; the kidney eonretion showed n stand out "'bllU" almost growled
anchored by a circular steel brick-colored sediment and I Wall disturbed log hand In hand by the round center Mr.
Willis not at all In a receptive
( tank sunk in the ground and filled many times dunw' the niilht. I aim bad table they purveyed her with
t Says Drug Acts Like DynlLlJ1lt continuous backache. 1 bud little question humor
so met
with nine tons Packets Of
of water In the bottom ing
it night and to much pain and misery that eyes. "Abont the flnh. After that royal

: on Liver and You Lose & of the tank is an anchor to which Flower Seed FreeWe life was becoming: unendurable. Then ( "!\"ow children. she ejaculated gesticulating treat you sent us he wished to make II
learned of Dr IVrce's
Day'i Work. the machine is attached by a pin permitting Anurio Tablets an" with both
hands. 'Tm an little find
: bought a bottle. The first few doses acknowledgment of the same
the machine to revolve believe In flowers around the LJVA to woman, and
any homes of the me more relief and comfort than I had one who must have he bought the fish at the town store
r point f the compas. South. Flowers brighten! known In yours and before I had CnWiwd her own wny. Don't Interrupt
me tin-
never probably
There's nfcouli The up the home surroundings and give that! first battle the backache and rll considering) thnt you people
no reason why a portion operatioin of Oho machine I is rheumatism I finish. -That new house
pleasure and satisfaction those who hud on the never cook fish two hours out
to disnpix'iirml and a
take sickening, nalivating calomel who I the kidney eecreuon -
comparatively simple being the winding right has
come Into
m few cents buy a IlIr bottle. of 11.x1eon's have them. cleared as if by mngio. 1 was able to my posiesilon and of the water. The storekeeper imposed
UI'| of a wire cable 1 1-4 inch diameter We have rent tatter at night and life I Intend Just as
liver Tone-a ;perfect niib..titut< I set aside more than oarmillion mild worthwhile soon sue I can to make upon us, just as he did the first dnywe
for calomel. on a drum. This cable is' 85P packets of need of beautifulvet onoo more. That WM. a l'.nr ago and It over to you for your wedding much
still pres- Father hnd! heard sn
kidncye in
my are a normal
It In a |pleasant, vegetable 11'1,11. whist foot long and every 100 foot there i Isinserted I to easily grown flowers to be given condition. I do not have any distress healthy with .nt," I of the native game thnt nothing would ,

will start liver just a.. a circular plate having a holes I our customers tfils spring for the bidder "We thank: ray
your surely' at my nor any symptom of kidney ailmeut. you but we can't afford I do but a test of tt and he ordereda
calomel, but It diwnn't make" Y{." nick each side to which i arc attached beautifying of their homes. I have the lugheat prune for Dr. to IIv_" began David. ,
: nallvate, smaller cables Hastings'' 1920:! Seed Catalogue l' J'ieroe'a Anurio Tnblota an well aa for Of' I brace of the chickens The maid had

baton'mLlr BUlL.. grown folk iwCn take by a tholo pin. Thosexmnllrr I now ready BcjUlant cover In natural Pwrce's Pluwtunt. I'tilletn which I took for "Walt until I finish," commnnded them all rl'ady'bl'n your treat was fi)

cables are attached to either colors. 100 of 'dew the liver while Inking the kldnoy medl..ine111Ui.1I. ." Aunt Caroline. "ni !
"Tone, "bocuun.. U in jiur- pages( Re and fal'1Ji i give yon this kindly mvraght over by Mrs. Willis.
'cUy I harmlcHi. or both s des of the main cable, thusenabling information profusely Illustrated. If E. UOUKltS: IMOUSuooud Ave.' house on one clndllion-tllRt DnMJ R II11! father glanced at our scrawny

," Calomel I* a dnngeroua drug It U from four to twelve stuma* the one worth while seed book tot I I Killed by Poisons takes me as his clientI want to he layout end then nt tempting gift

mercury and attack. your timer Take to bo pulled at once by winding ]lea Southern gardeners and farmers. This All olontiirt agree that poisonous" pro- relieved of roy business your
and for
) r+ a dose of nasty calomel today and you then 100) feet of cable on the drum e orrenuest duets in the blood are eliminated by the going to talc, a worries. I ant old Ponto lied the store stuff
Your name and address OB I.I Md" >71 and '"">'. The k'dneys art aa a rest Ms brenkfnst.
will feel weak lick and nauxniited to. The main cable ,
being too
heavy to
<\ postal card or In letter will bring Ito kind! of filter for thorn product When the V'tjJU'r' ! and on David' I
lone shoulder So for-
I, morrow. Don't a
a spoonful of PoilMin'a tlver lone Instead drawn out from the main C'ablrth1'l.'ugh I This 1920:! ease or old age tbvn those pouoiu are retained results ? anxtonslywatched rlvrn. Mr. Willis Invited the visitor to
and you will wake up feelUig, great Catalogue will show ym (in the body. Dr. I1eroe oi the Invalids' her maneuver. a double seat where Edna could Join
No more biliousness convtlpatl.ui. vluggUhnwa a pully attached to a stumr I lost how you can ret five packets n- Hotel Buffalo N. 'V.1 aye that you should Then favtd looked I
or tree at right lower seeds five different ab dnnc. gleefully down him and expansively" suggested! to
headache coated tongvn or sourstomach. angles from end o sorts) plenty of water w (lush the kidney at !

Your druggist aay If you the cable and wound up upon a sepa -olutely free of cost this spring. Sear 1'bon procure Anuno. Tbu Anuno dnww coat ldaazel sleeve gray Alnn a mutual hunt the next day. Mrs..

don't find DodVon's. Liver Toue net better rate drum. for this catalogue today without fan the uric acid out. tirwntifiu men nave learned looked almost "-b I Willis "'n. delighted at the flattering
Vo obligation: to ani.... that in tout, also rlmumatwm. .oouonou at Aunt CAroline. Not =
buy anything > for ,
horrible cookery
than plume! your money la When it Is desired to the uno acid one ent bestowed oa ber !
move wyatttla are' dupoettod
machine uf'or oout did she
waiting for you. to another location the pin eon Ssedsmsit want to. H. G. HASTINGS CO. the joiau, ia the uiiuKilue-whore >nH..,...... doubt bat that Aunt Caroline and the daughter! of the borjse, Edna-
con- Atlanta Qa (Advt.) saw DaVId.. I
law (ill sat up. tie .nd abs dld-, her. gtgan- the Ice was Indeed, broken and melted! !

brue. ready t. tackle lId con. speedily; by a warm current of d&wo-

peer the whole earth. 4L loft

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-GOVERNOR JENNINGS PASS. states chief executive Gov. Jennings NOTICE!: TO DIBTORS! AND CREDITORS '

ES AWAY moved his residence to Jacksonville All ..._n. Indebted 'o th* Mtato of Mm.Ilotcr SOUND BUSINESS
W "n. late of Bradford yntr. Florida .I ALL MINISTERS OF STATE
from Brooksville and began the practice dtmucd, are rrourated to their raid
e To Florida While A Young Man of law. For a number of years drbu forthwith and all peraona .....1"* lalim!
...I..t said estate shall file! th* ..m.. dul".uthr"'d.
I From 1
Illinois I he the for the internali
was attorney with the andvn'a-iwj' adminis.trInr . BASIS FOR CHURCH
i I improvement fund and board of drainage within ono ymr from daM ......t. or ,1
ckllon\'iJe. Feb.28-Ex-Governor I the will he fcirrvrr harri.d.This CALLED TO CONFERENCE
t ;
k.. nth dar of February. IRtO. I _
I Sherman Jennings died at St. --- A. M. WJLJ.I'""!I.

. ;4"ulltine yesterday afternoon at 4-: TEODOKO\ COME/! t-27-Pt-4-2S.: Administrator. Interchiirch World Movement

,'8e1I'O'dock. lIe had been ill since I Katunil Growth Of Tendency

ember 10. On January 15 he I The remains of Teodoro Gomez who NOTICE FOR PI' ICATION ,

ot to Palm Beach to recuperate, died on the southbound express on arrival Office rvnartmrnt at Calnnvillc: of the, F!.Interior. U. F. I-and To eliminate Waste Intel'church World Movement Holds! Great Gatlieiiitfr in Atlanta "

1 from there went to St. Augustine in Starke last Wednesday night, .1..JC.p"" '
Notice I. hrn-fcr a-lven that riowl The First P.ut Of !March.AH .
it Tuesday and was a guest at the were shipped to Tampa by express Inn. of I,ake utlM'. Florida who on Ife-rem AVOIDS USELESS COMPETITION "

ice de Leon Hotel when he died I I Friday forenoon by Funeral Director l..-r tl. 155. mane tlotnenteail I'nl.': ... No. -
1 OH02S. for Weal Half nf Nonneait Quart,
ho i passed away while being moved DeWitt C. Jonps. The Tampa Tribune "....II..n 5. TownshIp S Booth. Ran... SO F...t,. Religious' ,
bfl' his bed to a wheel chair. His : of Friday printed this short notice TnllHhauiee Meridian has filed notice of In. Financiering Revolutloniged' evangelical ministers of this The, conference will open with a
tentlon make three proof to eetahmh By Success: : Of Men And
le i together with Dr. and MarI about the death of Gomez to year Million fifteen minute devotional exercise at S ,-1
Mrs. Mr. .
: etalm to the land above denerlned. before the Movement And county have been Invited to Join pastors I ,,
I Orlando Terry, were with him Teodoro Gomez aged twenty-six dirk of the Circuit Court at Stark.. Florida" Co-operation o'clock of the first day. This will be : ,./
the Efllh d. of Marrh 1PSO. Is Result of all the Protestant churches of
en he died. Dr. Terry former Burn -I died et 11 p. m., Wednesday aboard on Clamant name" .. witnesses may be investigated by the ministers ;, -\i\

_ i general of the state of New Yoi'ki 'the Seaboard train at Starke while M. I. ('....w.. of Lake Butler. Florida. Florida' In a monster conference whichis 1 1'rl"IIl'D t. .

_ i a life long friend of the deceased enroute for Tampa ,with his wife and J 8_. C.. Canon Crewa,, of"f Lake Lake. Hotter Butler., Florid.Florid. of The North Intercburch World Movement to be held in Jacksonville March'I followed by sp. address on the purposes '\ I,

_ ne south with Mrs. Terry on Dec- I two children. The body is expected J. II. I'ltta. of Lake S-tler. Florlitu" America Is an nlteropt hjrforward 1C.17. This Is the first time In the I and scope of the Interchurch ..

{ nber 26, last for a winter vacation |I to arrive today, and funeral arrange- I. o-al. ROnT. W. DAVIS.Realaler.. evangelical: looking denominations lenders! of the varlciU history of the. Chilstlun churches of World Movement. The remainder of

i:Cuba and the West Indies. Find- ments will be in charge of W. Primo ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn of the United the afternoon will then be devoted to .
States and the state that such) gathering has
ling Gov. Jennings ill Dr. and Mis. I I.ord, and will be announced later. The the Canada to co-ordinate the foreign survey, during which thin iJ

erry cancelled their winter vavation deceased formerly resided in Ybor Clrcu't' ('....M. State of Florida, Fle-hth resonrrns In mon. money and uint,,- been held and !great good to the Betunl facts ns they now exist In fits .C.\1\
vial for I '
: Judicial Circuit Bradford County In Protestant America.HIstoilcRlly churches III expected to result from fields of the world will boplaced.before >i'
j' Dr. missionary ,
.nd Terry was constantly with the City but with his family left some "
jJMdeceaticd, until he passed away. I i months ago for Denver Colo., in hopeof rery.S.. J. 4OHNSO14. Ch.n'j it |I" tile logical oat- the meeting. togolhrr of denominational the delopates. The eve.nlng .
growth ef "
ftft The remains recrverinc from tuberculosis. Complainant. I a tendency of tilt imttoritil loaders from all (lie vailous diuretics. session wit he devoted to the .
were brought to Jack- '! boards In '
V. each denomination! tt forte The confidence will be In session home both this stale and In ..
Jsonville last night and carried to the I : EI.IU JOHNSON, I I t working nlllariccs survey, n '
'\,' =jne at No, J846 Main street. The ()1'Pll-O) ;; Shiov1NG AGAINST Defrndnnt. I mnong themselves. for tUrco duyx, d if ring this time every the rest of America.
1.. In which each' hoard .
TI" h's SITMavIt jipnernxl "j shall Itt
I 1 available moment being' taken up with Tho second days' .session wIll open ,
.c(\ funeral anangemenls have not yetI NATIONAL PKOIIiniTION LAW Ml) filed In the .1x>v_tat<-d eaiuo that Ilellla Identity and control Its '
II Johnnon. the (!efi'tidant thrro'n nuraed. ta Snonreeldcnt ownand 11I'rllobll I liiu>n lve consideration of church' at 9 o'clol'kn\ the morning with B dtvotlonnl

I.been announced. \ of the State of Florida. end ..*.. I II. treasury.In Problems' both as I they nfTfct Gt'orgln' \' exercise Thin proceedings: of ';
Mr. Jennings born in CentraLIU Tile wave of opposition to the eiprh- la. nildint of town of Roclilnvha-n, Crmnlyof , ft
irI was a >rml'r times! the home missinS, Intervals !
I COd the entire Chrlstlnn fold IhroUKh'cint the day will be dhlded Into
Huron, State of (..'.... .. ovvr the awe oftwentytine
&. ; Ill., In 1863. lie received his cdur teenth amendment to the constitutionthe yearn U In therefore onli'red t".t"n".hl"t society die foreign mission socMy the world It will meet nt \2 o'clock of fifteen nnd forty.five minutes for i
ation there and to Florida in ( national prohibition law) is, beginning paid defenjsnl he and In hrrrlwnonlred the rluirch
tame extcns'on the
t.. ,., to the hilt r f enmnlnlnt society and of the llrxl da>'. nnd\ iftimln In sesdlon the eonnldeiatlnn of many Imultoltantstlljccts. I':
11885, going to Brooksville Fla., where :: to break in full force in many (ill.'.l In md( ann cause on or before Mnmlnv, the various vlillnnllirojilc and elerroodynary with conferences inoiiilnn, art('l'flOOfl First will come discussionsof jj

tin '188i3 he was admitted to the prac- sections of the country. There are two Bth. day of April. A, I>. 1K20. otherwhw. thevatloni .*.. agencies!,: of any drnomlnallt1Jcondul'l..d nml' evening, until thu late aftt-iuotui religious cducatlort, then hospitals i
taktn eonfomert
natural of said Mil will\ tie
ltiC. of law. reasons for this. One is the
: '
i liv sold defendant. their affairs Independentlyof of tile third dny and homes and Industrial relations. .
.In 1887 he was appointed circuit opposition to the amendment and the It In further ordered thai this oriler be ptih.tubed ono another Kach surveyed Its which Fifteen minutes will b.. given to the i
t[eourt vomissioner for the sixth judici- ;other the disapproval of its enforcement once a weeV for flve eonneeutlve .week own restricted One of the mowt vital matters movement and also '
, I" the Bradford Count Televranh. a "........ territory prepared a will be brought; up for considerationwill literature of the '
i, a1, circuit and this served as a begin- 1 at the hands of the federal gov- per published In aald county and state.T budget of money and workers for Us bo the results of the religious survey a financial. exhibit of the movement's ', '

i' i> Iting of numerous and more important ernmcnt.t >n. March 8, 1020. own purposes end made Its own *v affairs. American educationwUl be L ;"
which will be f
, of the state presented
jbonors.) In May 1888 he was appoint. I. "Wet" forces in the South, Including I ) Clerk ('t.It' Court peal to Its constituency for support. through th. medium of graphic allotted a prominent place.In )ij

1'!'county\ judge of llernundo countyt'an4 : the states of Virginia South Carolina By C. A. KNIOHT. This could only mean that th.-"ia. and slides. Al the afternoon. the subject win , "f}
A, 7., ADK1N1. Drn.iv, Clerk. charts Vnaps picture \1
inNovember 1888 was elected by I and Georgia have notified the Solicitor for Complainant. S-B-c.t-4-2 agencies were more or less In CoQ). though the survey will not be completed Include evangelism: the field program

f.ff opular vote his own successor for a "drys" that they had accepted the petition with one another; that thehe ; at that time there will be a large financial organisation and the educa-, \

f rm of four years. I challenge: issued by the anti-saloon SPECIAL MASTER'S: PAIR I were waste and duplication of _ettE number of the counties of t** rtn'e tlorrl arroiin.: The evening will be devoted .,(".. ,

JS I Political honors came rapidly now I league to oppose all candidates for virtue Notice of .la a. henfby final d4.vlven.._ of that foreclosure tinder and made he aid money, and that among them WI ready for exhibition snd these will to a general discussion< of the .' "

1 in 1892 he elected to the Flor- national offices this year. This acceptance some work' neglected and such co-operative movement '
was and entered In a eertaln as,,*. nendinir In the was sojua I form the basis of consideration. need for a ,
legislature from Ilernando county came as a result of the announcement Circuit Court of Bradford County. Flor'da. on denominational resources were entirely The, results of the surveys are said .as Interchurch among the Protesta .
l made and
the Chancery tide of aid court
ain in 1895 he was honored with that no liquor man should entered on the Seth day of February, A. P, overlooked. Because of their spodallted to be very startling In their revrlxH" '"t fnrcea of ,America especially In

,, J* eat in that body and his fellow hereafter be elected to congress 1 )20. wherein. the aid Emma Richard U comPlalnant. training the It'adent fi_ shfency (If chuich weakness throughout; iu.... .uluUou to home affairs and ", ,

\1 bar a made him speaker of the The plans of the "wets" have just are.drfendanta and J, E., Conway the undersigned and Bart.,....Special Conway regarded themselves as PV districts, and they will show many opportunities world conditions. I ,

',It of representatives for the seaIai I become known. In Virginia It Is stated MH>ter. will nell before the Court Home floor early fitted for their tasks and ]..*{. for ncentrated action on The final day will deal with organization

I/' i of 1895. In 1896 he was a presi.fdtia1 that the legislature is in direct opposition of Bradford' County. Starke. Florida! on Monday OBsly regarded: attempts at otaltS. the part of the churches In this state. and hit findings of the various ,
the Cth itav of April. A. D. 1120 between
{: : elector on the Bryan ticket I to the federal prohibition the leash hours of sale to the hlirheat Interference The Interchurch World Movement In committees which will have been appointed .

t... was chosen as the messenger to commissioner and that Governor Davis and beet bidder for caah. the followlnc de.aerlbed Decide On Experiment making Its surveys, simply discoversthe for Investigation during tile '1
.. I
real .t. situated and .In. In thecounty
5'..js..vey the state vote to the electoral will be followed by a man who has' of Bradford* and BUM of Florida, to-1, After decadns of such ha hau1'd facts which exist and then refers course of the? conference.' ,

0|.Ueg-e in Washington, D. C., in the already announced himself for the repeal "wit I! snethods. the loaders of one denomia- the findings; to the churches of each On of the most Important proceedIngs '

.j 1i; rly part -of 1897. of the eighteenth amendment.The nf The the Fmit Northeart Half Quarter of the Northeast of Section Quarter Zn. In tlon decided on an experiment: Tptjy county and state for whatever action of the meeting; will be the smaller '

j , il\\-1n\ i 1898 he was elected chairman oftile action of the grand jury in Bibb Townnhlp S Routh. Ran.* K aontalalnir thought It would be possible for tfc. Is deemed necessary by the churches conferences of ministers from each

state Democratic convention county Ga., in condemning the anti. Twenty aerea, more or leaa 1:. M. ,flflNS.A. agencies to get together for a tICbI. Present at the meeting will lie, some denomination during the course of the

Mch met in Orlando. He filled all I saloon hague for raising: a fund to V. LONG Special Mauler mon study of all the opportunities *tdw..oQrees of the great Christian-leaders of the main conference. Ther will be tlm .1'

Be positions of public trust with pay the wages of spies will be stressed Solicitor for Complainant. S6ot4talABTCKS of their brotherhood to South and of the nation Borne of the provided for such meetings In order ,

eh signal ability devotion and exe- by the "wets" as an answer to the I make out a unified budget of men td strongest( men In the southern that the denominations may determine

}he method employed by the drys'l in the SPECIAL SALE: money and to conduct a concerted attendant denominational policies and uniform .
iive power that attracted the fa- pjntlc la hereby given. that under and !... tppml churches will be In asspeakers. upon
ble Attention of the state and en- state. virtue of a Anal decree. of forectnaura. made I for ruodn. It was made clear There will also be one or campaigns covering the entire ,,

ed many of the most prominent In South Carolina' ., question will and entered Coort In vf a Bradford eertaln ran County.nend, ".,,....'d.In.theClrcHr on I I that each constituent board should more of the directing! heads of the state, and may lake such action regarding .

f iizens as his personal and political be 'asked what part r>f the fond of the. Chancery aide of cald _rt. made a"dentered preserve roiniilpte autonomy. Interchurch World Movement among cooperating with other denomInational

; ends. These numerous evidences of 1410.000 which that statewill raise on the 20th else of February A. n, I,I When the board representatIves HPt the. speakers to upeak with authorityon bodies as may seem ad- '

ular regard and esteem were crys- will be used in salaries for officers of lOCO wherein. and the L*. Mid L. F Sapp, H., Smog 3'.. In rt pnesoleinent. .!.-I.. they found It possible to eliminate a whatever. features nf the movement visable.

4t ized in 1900 when he was nominated the league and for spying Into private are defendant the andeTvlrned e.. 8" great ammint of organlsatloQ( 'cx- - ';
Hester, wH pell before the Court Holme floor i
,' the Democratic convention that as- homes of citizens. ..... Monday pt'nllfltl. ThfTr tiltlmatfily. worked tint
of Bradford County. 81. Fhirlda, on "Moon Door"
bled in ,Jacksonville for the office The fight against the work of the the 5th c1.. of Anrll!, A. I>, 1V2n be.I a budget and plan of campaign" that Little Maids in the .

I governor of Florida. anti-saloon league is expected to develop tween the local bourn of ..1.. to the hlvhent was satisfactory to all. This rnsixltedi
and heat bidder for eaHh. the following denerlhed .
v. Jennings'was exceedingly popn- in the South 'this week. ral eate altuated and ....*... In theeonnfy I In The famous "Men and MillionsI Symbol of the Hope of New China

1 with the people of the state AS of Bradford ,and Rtato of Florida, toOwe -I Movement" of the Disciples of Christ.
"".l" I I wTileh, brought In what was then "onnlderod -
4 s evidenced by the vote he received KILLS RATSand aere. In corner of Klnenley Avenue and ) '.' ; '
1900 running ahead of the remain- Rtarke Road 'In I......,., said Count and .....>- | the staggering sum of |S300,000 ,-- 4j,\
i -- W'nv and lielntr In A..... Sit) Townihip 5B" for a llvo-year : t'ha /ti.
of the ticket and in the contest progrnm. 4:4ti I
< '10. Ranira 22 Fjint. tn-e1h.r with thedwelllnit oJ;:
mice-that's RAT-SNAP the old members of the communion were no ,
presidential elector in 1896 his hoima and More ) hiilldln theivo* .t .
reliable rodent destroyer. Comes In and the. stork and flxtitreH now In or ........ pleased with (Ms' bu'uI'IIII.llke' ntfithod ,. I
rsonal vote considerably exceeded after to be placed In ash afore bnlldlna1liio '.' i
the' at of his conferees.n 'ak"s-no mixing with other food. commencinv on the. Smith line of See.tlon of conducting; affairs that they ontrlbutert it -.
Your money back if it fails. M.! where It cmnae. the Rtahoar't ..'- even snore generouHly thsa .* I c t ,, \.rr '
religious matters Gov. Jennings I f .. 5 'if I .; .i _ 'I ii!,
In. Railway Tree In Townnh'n S R" th _ '
25c size ((1 (191(0)) enough for Pantry bad been expected: -
's a deacon of the Baptist church *'e000 :22 FNMt and run North on paid flall I '
Bd at time vice president of Kitchen or 'Cellar. I,I way track 1174 ft>et. thvnee at rlrht anele The tturcens cf this pnterprttw PVO- L'.
was one
at to said Railway track Faft and Month 1nf lutlonlzed the wlioln r :
SOc size cakes for Chicken blll.ln""s C'II
? Florida Baptist covention. lie ((2 ) f,,_., to a .",tnt of ...,..Innln... 1i-n. paid i
o served for some time as a trustee house, Coops *,r Small 'Buildings. point of Yinvlnnlnv. run Sooth and Went nr church flnanelrrlnR. The oilIer JCOM : : iffGlollng
$1.00 size (B cakes) enough: for all parallel with paid Ralway tra-k ZOO f.'it denominatIons Immedlntrly adnVted. I ;
l the John !i. Stetson university at; thonce Poet anil South or at Hcht unplefl to 4c.: _
farm and outbuildings storage buildings the plan. Th deiinmlnatlniml annotation 1' ,
( Land. lie was married twice; first : paid Railway track :ann feet thenee Northand : I ,
: or factory buildings. Fant or parallel with sold' mOws tra"V have coin to b known an "'tor- _
i Miss Corinne Jordan of Brooksvilk, eon feet fhemeM WOT and "'Jr...h eir eC e'
Sold and Guaranteed Mitchell'sDrug ward movements and some thlrtT of
l |ic second time in Tallahasse to Miss I by to paid' Railway track SISO feet to thepoInt ; \
) A. S Store anvl I). C. Jones. 354t.NOTlCT..O of bevlnnlnv.A ... them are In txlstrnen today. Rnrti!: tine ;
of Senator
ay Mann daughter commenrtna-' the KW Corner of See has 1'1arln'd all 1be Information In relation jre : : ( ?
ann. One son, Bryan Jennings,9 CRKDITORBAtl Sfl. TnwnHhln R South of Rpnpe 2'l! Kant: and ,
npnTOHs ANn to enterprise within lhs dntaml-
run North on Seetlon lee 4':'0 Feet tn a ry.Ini*
esscd the second marriage. Besidess hnd.,lited the of Mra.ftimpn C_ _
ponionp to ealat* of lierlnnlnff : thenew Feat Sfln '..rt. then e nation, slid baa the ImM HAS! i
he is survived by his wife. Heed fl.."",. 1st.. of Bradford County North 2 .
Florida, dec-taped are twiueeted toitf theirMilil 'i louth on Section line 140 feet to the point ofi of rollectlng and rp ndlng mmipy tt) a \;'-
Governor Jennings who was a cou-' d<%ta forthIth, ami all neraonp'navlnirvlnlni lief Inntne1, Kcli-nce.' '"
of William Jennings: Bryan for., .,'.I".t paid entato pliall. fib\ .. the pam.. I I I AIn the Northwest Ounrter nf the Hoiith.I I ',/
World.Budget Formed'Fbe ,
duly ainhentlealiud.. with the undt-ntirned. executor ,
I Ouarter and the Fact of
went half the "North
er secretary of the state was a mar .tthln one. yvnr from dnt* ......lOr. or wept. Quarter of the Nor; hwret Puarter of the. IntPTCliurch World Movnmejit Is
the people quiet unassuming antsy :I thev e ITI 'ne furewer barned. I Hoitthwept Quarter nr hit,> ""....-t O.iaeerand simply' a plan to do lnterdcnmnlna.<
This :ZTth day .f Febroary 120
the Wont Half of the Northwest Quarter
approach. H. J. SIKWART.: I I of the Smithwrpt Quarter of the Hou'''w..1 ally what the forward nro-vpm( nts
[ Following his term of office as thE t-Z7-Vt-4-SX. Eiee.u",,.. : Ouarter .., Section 'j
I 1' 2S Township ff Mouth have dune withIn tim ysrlous mmmunlcins. ) ,1.
1 Ranue 22 Rapt.:
Ale,, commenelna at the SW V'orner: of See.tlnn . It moans that very fletjftml-
J 1R.! Townnhln It South. Ranee ft Faiit national budget will hft mndn In the
I I and run North on Bectlon line 4-0 feet to a light of world fippdi' Intend 'of In thsemlobncurltT _
folnt) of betdnn'pB'' thence West. SflO feet I
thence North 240! feet thcnne Kiixt: CAn fietthenop of Inrornplitft Information.
!South on flection line 240 teet t<. the It tnrans that 4>rmtrrt>utloitS to
,fHilnt of tiefrlnTiinir. :
Ale the Northeant Quarter .., the Rnulheant nttfi denntnlnatlon will tint 1m In %/> toful -
Quart. (if the "" ..'h....t Quarter aid rnmirtlt1on: with rontrTVutloijH! to
the. Fast Half! of the IMorthrapt Bontheaet Quarter of Section 27. Townphln. ft another ... (-ftU** all the ,"ow,1)lplI ,

South. Ranar CZ "Kmjtiand; containing S6 .P.... will have wm>Hl out tTmlrtogether. I'rortam;

more or ._. .

JbTnt. i V LONO. 1':. M rpeclal JTJHNS.A. Mastr.Solicitor . : Tim functions of the h1t"rcIaLlrdl College, at Nanking, Is Glrlsl, School In Five Provinces With Population

for Cnmfllalnant. 1I. .-Rt-4-1 World Movement urn thrwfrtld. First, of 1Il,000,000-interctiurch) World Movement to Aid Institution.

It collects, by mnlof world ,, .. I I
sur* I
'SAlE Or ROAD AKrn RRfllRT: "Sn"' S y Tl<. way to all things at Jinlmic' lies and the American Smith College
UNIVE'The RSALCAR I Ith llereliy Tot n.. IP ,,lven that at t !*" o'clock! all th* pertinent facts on wlilcl! denominational through tlio moon door. And through: which maintain Cllnllng, Is modern '
p m. Toeaday. tlw lofh dpy of February1on. programs may im lAilIt.Second .
U,. to wisdom
at the county court hoiiM* fn StarveFlorida III"i moon door on way One
l wi electric self the It Sfts up the praettr 1 machinery .. the 79 pushes ajar the halves of a
Ford Coupe, starting undersigned will noSo. pale puns and rrpass, v ry day,
'loo par value' of the 4I1fi"! ."nn nn ofhondp of rrmratlon. Third It iicts moon door latticed over paper In
hai big broad seat deeply to be "hunted trr Special Road ...1 flrlil" .. Chinese ,inalden of the "gung; gwan plum blosmiin
fr. and lighting system, !J a In sn advisory capacity whenever It.* and honeycomb design
: I do. Is round
Iptrlet' Ntrmher One r7 Drpflford. Countv: Tim moon r at Minting .
windows so that .. advice Is r... tte>sted. and enters a chemical laboratory sot
upholstered. Sliding pli ite glass 1orlda. authorlaed ay Chanter 7nn. a antenrfd | ss the full moon whence It IIUH Its
the by Chapter 'I""'. ,.._ nf Flortna end Ir.aeconlance 1 The Movement has nothing to do 111In a room with 20 windows, each
through And the Chinese maiden as :
right openm
the breeze .
can sweepcar. with the reaoliftlon* nf the Ifnpeflif
r with organic *orch union dragon tracery. And
< en1 rmtttorsof from
Bond Treeless of the old dlntrct silt spread
becomes rloptei' tile steps over Its high may
Or in case of a E tor tbe Coupe a ; 1anhIary nth. *?". creed or doctrine. Karh '.nl'rt' *Llont wide her and still not touch Its the fluKNtones: of HID laboratory floor,
I Its The ald honda are to lie dat_ri "lute 1010. ." unit arms often Is scraped' fungi 1 and
roof and dust-proof. preserve t.ompl..lfI end mould for
closed car, snug, rain-pi and will fan Ipnvd In ta'rrty.el.M .I'II' aulonrrmy. rim with the tips of her fingers:
all the Ford economic:a in operation and mainsts '..rl.... the flmt" ......... to esat,,,. Sale 1"t 1 1111 bound only so far as It wIse. tA 1j" imt'ilm"s across the court yard Is use, under the rnlcroscopn.
'n22. and each surerdlng aerlep $,,. mwtif '
bound. Financial ,
appeals are 11'1tdfl> and It like, These are typical contrasts of
tnottirr moon door beyond din-
sarjsfac- ne year later than the aeries whleh preeeffrt
tcnance. A car that la and serves that la to pay "" .... A will. mature .1..' by each denomination! to Its own vmstltuency. a rvialler concentric circle, Mill) another ling College), revealed thrnurh: ill! .

torily as long .as it 1 li ists. Demountable rims nd it. 1922.PO on.8..The... B bond.will fa mptoi-,.. olfered July 1.for!ee aa1'.' Any surplus In nn:rn' ,

with 3jinch tires all around. For the doctor afnreeald will be a* r..I....... ed funds over and above the, fI'tWaJ purrle of a house. the "gung'gwan" or rondo by the InterchurdiVr.l
13,000.00 each ..f SerIes. A. B. C, T> R. F cost of administration' will heed fYNI.toI official residence at Nanking China Movement which seeks to promote the
and travelling salcsma:n it is the ideal car. 1. H I J, K. I., M, N, O, 1'. Q, H H, T I th.. denomInations
among!: 4'ng.dIn loser
And ill inn,DO each of U. V. W. X. Y 7X I ''''111<11 'Is now thn liorno, of Girding Col.|' co-operation! of Protestant
and BX. a given, financial undertaking. 0"0 for Chinese glrlll- .one of the{ Churches of Ameilcii In attaining their f

: The For i Garage -nt The per paid annum honda f>"It..hear.. neml-anmiany Inteeept at in S RJ tie,. .An Illustration of one thing thMovement tliri'H womtn's colleges In all ChirmTho world aIms .

< .ork or at the. office, of the Hoard. ef lionrupteee can do M to be found ID a moon door I lit. but a single; feutnr I Ulnling College, tlm
In Stark. Florida, .. th* .holder western community of 1600 rxirfTins. '- of the old placir Once Inside' the survey shows,
L G. A ANDERSON lay alert.All In at the heart of :Tve! Chlnes prov-
W. & _. Which .
A. In thirteen denomInatIon i
| 've Stone walls tl'at enclntie It one, Is p
hide shall he In wettIng pealed *vdindltlonal. ': ) Incws with a total population' of 110-
and may h* for all the hoed> n. I ben tiupportlng sepurnUt churflieiI lost! tn a nmr of courts snd gall'jteusrd OOOOOO--.n l III the
erred thereof. 1 lepa ft" only woman's tol-
not Sims
or any part with missionary funds wtiMo
an t3Ja- arr-re.d and Isoltttvtlrooms. .
toon and shell he accompanied tiv **"' I fiassngeit kg'' In that great urmi
I wd cheek foe ft per sent of the par valii. I cent territory of 00,000 p-re.ns. lias ,
.e .bond bid tot. only thr<. churches. ly) sepl-n Hint all Olnllng 37
... | The i whole ,Is. China old China and owns acres of lund on
Said bond be delivered to the purehen
ri 4 poon .. they. can b* prlntmfTh I I missionary bonrds are nmujlira] *|IthInformation new, Thej moon Annrn' anti the srchltertor" .. the hlllM beside the Yangtze river, In .

rlvhr to ,. *-\ any. or all bid. here In such eases, 1hn Hiare- its a Who1'' lend .the dignity: the Iriterc-liurch World Movement survey -

a ......I'd. ment will Tnah, possible' a wlnvr Distribution -i iI nnd' till' rr",*1.'- tit old China. Hut of China there Is budget! Item ,.
nn"Rp OP ROMP O1IS'52p..nIt
IMOl 1I0.n Sw'ftpnCp of fends I tl.< l-'liorntorUrei find -d'trmlthrles, llbia- of $31)0,000; ') 11'" there to show tho

n'flT'Ut"T vo ovBRADFORB I Its first gnats nt* to reduce unnrr from the aId churches, of Amen'lea how they ran
,I 11)'. COtWrY. FLOP I &ry dupllf:*tlon nn4 overlapping' to I rooms tit state find <**r
i i By 1':. tt. MA1TfI"'W'I a minimum and to bring about. an Intelligent in; Just as the for(''' of AnnrlcH Isj library, administration building, reel

it Oial"",," I /: division ft ,-hoe la IUlol' U' behind It ell. r."r..nt.1'1' by the flv, tatlon buildings: 'IIn'I-all, that are
The' foregoing sale hap. .hiss y ewtMooday ......." on"
Mardi 16th. 120. UI-M.a.2 pled 'eM. ", Arr.eriea.n" ml."kJDIJr7 orSl1nlzaUoDlIJx 1IId., fur a modem colUge.


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-7 f OR COMMISfilONEB-TniflTKICT: NO. I I I dutIes of the office. and I .. 1OIrIl.-1
we RIVERS H. BUFORD CITY candidate for I I! Hupport wf the voter. at the cnsuinJ !
cnyaelf av
ihyphenated Americans /Thus i hereby announoe
i by : for District ,\ ) ..,,,,,,tfully. W. pj I ,
I' l Coramtufoner J.
I Bradford County Telegraph Manufactur the office of County :I'I'ft,
;ll: : have the "New England / ; Candidate for Attorney General Sampson Cit-M'r, 6.-Dr,, Mid- No. I. falmtlne" and ...vldton... If. elected II I I _!
of- i'
er-Americans Agricultural-American! here business will faithfully discharge the duties <*f the' '; FOR MEMBER SCHOOL B04RIJ-IIIBT....
dleton, of Starke was on ..
Federation Labor-Americans, Proto flee the. best of my ability. NUMBER TWO .
"lIbllahfOd Wwkly, and vntcrvd ft* >eed Friday. H. II. VYILUAM8.FOR 1 'Thla will announce that I am .
Catholic-Amer 1I can''
and "

b f. ..< el*.. matter at the pout-office atStark. estant-Americans icans," all clamoring for governmentaid. 4.;, .- :- ,A... John Hall of Waycross Ga., was ("OMMI8810NER-DI8TRIM NO. X-I!II i I for Board ro-elecLiun of 1'ublie.Instruction. a member, from of. liu. trlc\ .'
here for few days this week .
., Florida. in late a I I 2. I respectfully solicit the votea Of ,,,,
Mr. Marshall said a hereby announce myself a candidate for re ,
of the the
county .
., I'ercy Jones was a visitor here last election CommiMkmer for District, No. E, zen foHhcomlniFOR pnI
.. a* I'.
--- fpeech: .. a. 4' M
,' ti' l'Ata
4 ? Wednesday. Lake Butler and Worthneton.! During' : my In* i ioumbency I
K. 8. MATTHEWS. Editor: and Ownrr.O. "Present your claims to thecogres5 here of the office. I have endeavored to (/
Marvin Ogden was Friday
from the standpoint serve the people of the district as | DJ8TWl'f
i: solely business.Dr. county at lanre to the bent of my ability and NUMBER ThREE
American who is interested I willappree'ate I am candidate for member of the.
of hayS given aatutfactton.
an If
J. Farmer ih again the editor and welfare! of Hunter was here on professional my. atrvict the support| of the voters at the|I II Board of I'ubllc Irtatructiun for IiMtri) Coo?
proprietor of the Bronaon Times-Dem in the general 7'ir'q (' business Wednesday. coming primary. C. A. ROBERTS.:I 8. and refincctfully solicit the volei S Jcitiwns ..
in the of the district at the fiL
the country. Let nothing ' primary .
Farmer'sopinions" Hali: made to Thereena I
(*'rat. Ills well known "one Joe a trip in June. J. D.
of peitfonal interests private 4'P . SUPERINTENDENT OP Pill LIC lN8TRtYCTo i IJI\XTfR:
i are as bright an ever. way succeedin ,,. :... .' : Wednesday.T TION I- "I
advantage or class hatred Z" %' : E. Oldham was a visitor here : the Democratic Votcra of Bradford County t FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARO I)1ST t .,
pulling, you down from the high I am a candidate for rr-rUctitm an a ft...,.Vof
I I take this method of announcing myself acandidate
President Wilson itigned the Each- Thursday.J. tlw County Board of I'ublie InHtructW.
position of an American. You maybe I for rcli-ctlun to the office of Superintendent I
No.8. If I ?
Cummings* railway bill in pile of the manufacturer but that title '14 ; C. Deal of Patterson, Ga., was a of Public Irmfructlnn of IIred ford j'I tlnne DiMtrict my effort to serve am the re-elected.
a !?' .:, "isitor here Friday.A. County, subject to the rule of the Democraticprimary
of the railway & the county. L
: of Amer .
is subordinate to that an on June Pth. If elected I pwnil the [ tIn.:1
He determined commit the K. Smith and Link Williams were rrn1dcred
I wa to not ican. You be a labor union same courteous and antakfnir) service
: Again of which he was may in Hawthorne on business recently. la the pant. E. R. I FOR TAX
I : name error I'OPPEL.IFOR
man, but you are an American I am a candidate for reehcflonof to lho :
when the first brotherhood Kay: Goodgo and Hogan Smith were Assessor of oIr.
t guilty first." ClERK OP TilE CIRCUIT COURTI County Taxea and sill) roe,
strike was in Starke Friday. appreciate the aupport of the votcn .In >
.. threatf'ned.-- the hereby announce myself a candidate for coming primary election.'
It looks an though recent spurtof <
and Donald. Batchlott the
I Randolph office of the Circuit Court of N. D.
patriotism by a part of our population spent the week-end with their Bradford county,ebj 1 to the action of the I I WAIN-WRICK :;
I : Union Jabor want amnesty for "po. has had a reaction and that parents. voter at the coming primary June tfth. I ap --
, litical priHoners" now held in army A daughter was born to Mr. and predate the duties of this important .office' FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER III IST. S. ,
' instead of helping the government arid 43 . Mrs. Anderson February 25th. but feel that I am ,aunlinod. to diHchartce them. Thla will announce that I am a cnnddii I
disciplinary barrack Among these the nation all who from united efforts Havinir, nerved. the public before, the voter a.. for County: Commissioner for District No. IreH1H !
are many held for espionage and other iSh- Carol Wynn and family have moved well able to Judge aa to my fitness for the of ...tfully! snliclt the support tifUie vot
; are ublc to do so, are trying'to force here from New River. rand If thiy choose to elect mo I promlne at the i-rimary election, to be held l In Juno *
,; crimes against this country. Why aid /i oin the government which seems lIe has practiced law for the past I faithful and efficient .., .... Your support _S. T. IiOWUSB
Herbert Anderson was in. Louise I. respectfully solicited, O. w. ALIERMAN. ....
tihould union labor concern itself with I | : ;
been state's
as hclplesti as a stranded whale i la twenty year Hag attorney

I such matters ? Little by little it reveals against a crowd of beachcombers. Another for his circuit since 1912 being Thursday.Mrs. I In making thin announcement. for Clerkof
its true colors. W. J. Roberson has returned the Circuit Court of Bradford County I
J: powerful class, not included : nominated for a second term without
' : from Jacksonville where she spent a respectfully solicit the support of the people,
. among those already mentioned in (opposition and stands for: > subject to the action of the W'AIiD.
w(ek'U. relatives. "R
j Farmers who contemplate building looming large and will, no doubt. be A square deal to everyone.An Lucian Herein and children have mary election.I H. C. .

" in the near future should get the merciless in its demands.It economical and constructive ad- FOR SUPERVISOR OP REGISTRATION

heavy foundation timbers from good ministration. moved to Jacksonville. I hereby announce tnytclt m candidate for reejection DAVISAgency
skilled and
r. Will require careful
Frank Herrin is making his home to the office of Supervinor of Rcfrlntratlon .
4 trees In .the woods now, hew them Better school advantages and no unnecessary .
honest pilots to guide the ship of with his aunt Mrs. W. J. Roberaon. for Bradford nuuntr. I rofiitectfully poll
: square and let them season. Timbers, state through the intricate channels of change in text books. cit the support of the voters at thr. ennuiru:
John McKinney and Hiram ... Est. 1886
Wynn, lirimary. and If elected I will m* in the I H t.cUfichanre .
when to the air
expoued damp near Enforcement of the law and
the reef it bus drifted to. Can such reapportionment of Graham were here the duties of the uificn with nrcumeyand
: ::- the ground lust .much longer: if seaS be found as commanded by our Urn Brown. Earnest and Volley McKinney courtesy. C... A._KNI'JHF.__ '

; ., Boned before building. It takes a year (institution. visitors FOR STATE SENATOR.u INSURANCE'STARKE
were to Graham
I I to Reason green floor sills. Will not be a candidate for another Sat I am a candidate for State Senator for the
TilE IRON COUNTY WAY urday. 16th District and
will appreciate the support
office before his
M. -ti term expirea.-Adv: Those attending the convention at at the cominir primary of my fellow .it.......
A shipload of German kainit arrived Lake A. Z. AD KINS.
in The opposition to government prohibition Butler were, Mrs. Alice Kite
< 1'eriKucola a few days ago. It that is muttered in divers Bertha Sloan Ernest and Volley Mc
:; t will be followed being : FOR SHERIFF ,
soon by and
\ t4 others places came to a head in Iron FARMERJJROWN Kinney Wiley and Effie Edmondson I hereby announce myself a candidate for ,
before long our farmers will again -election to the office of Sheriff of Bradford
t\ ;, f command this cheap of county Michigan, not many days ago. Raymond Brown, Messrs. Link and county. If re-elected I will .. In the past,

;. ,;. But in the meantime source a good potash.substitute The sheriff there and his deputies con Howdy Farmer Smith. Have not Joe Williams Hogan Smith Ray spare no pai... in the full discharge of all the I

'.i is fiscated nine barrels of wine from seen you for a coon's age. Goodge Joe Hall Lester Kite. I - --- ,
lime which its
\ '"1 nature, will dissolve out corrosive the- some Italian miners. Major Dalrym- A.B.I: .was' down' to Bro ker. just Mrs. Eva Smith and children of I

'. pie government inspector of prohibition Gainesville were visitors here Blln-
potash naturally existing in the soil. thought would: drop In and. 'see. you. '.
for the district who seems to bea How.jare. you all' day.Mr.
The heavy rains of late were a bles- tactless busybody heard of it, We are well, as usual. Light; and and Mr Richard Oldliam of MR. F FARMER You
from Chicago and demanded the Jacksonville were : are crying
: sing in disguise. But for them put up mule. Was visiting Mr. and
a large your < just going to Mrs.
wine. The sheriff.averred that if he I A. K. Smith
acreage would have been -planted, and dinner*" so1 com right in., Sunday.
I the subsequent cold weather. would interfered with the county business I Mrs. Sarah Jones and son, Hiram shortage of Farm Labor. You say

he would have the major and his assistants Llza"Jariei'thlll' Is' Mr: Brown 'an are sick .t this writing with influenza.
; have
I caused the seed to rot in the arrested. This was Ajax defy old friend of mine whom tiaVW'-dski. A chicken. Jlllau its the
i ground. While our farmers have been ed "dinner. ' 'iw C supper given impossible to pay high wages.

I t waiting for the ground. dry .off. we ing the lightning, and the major in a at the homeof, Mr. and Mn., W. II.

hope they have have had time to ; rage returned to Chicago and requested Set. rigjit"tfpwri, Mr.. Bjrtjwh''jistbeen Sloan. Those present were Mr. and .

con the United States for the getting dinner on myhew'stove.L Mrs. Lester Kite Mr. Your
r. alder the inadvisability lof attorney : and Mrs. W. J. farm must keep moving
cotton and decided 'planting district to issue warrants for the arrest -r Bee.:..nV, j js ,a 'beauty 'of aA stove! Roberson; '.Link Williams, Joe' Hall you
to plant food .. .
exclusively. .crops of the o4ntjr attorney, sheriff }V <<:fe. i\J..fPu.\ ite )t l' ',:.:'.*. : .::""" Ernest McKinney. Duggar Jones.' Geo. cannot afford to stand still.oo and let

and deputy sheriffs of Iron county. DeWitt'. C. ,Jon'tr4ia. r Parrish;" Misses Bertha Sloan Effie

: : '\Editorial writers for the dally papers Hut the attorney'Hfuaed to issue any !:Store et Starke. [Atl .?" ?.' Edmondson, and Edith Sloan. Several I land uncultivated. You must

: are often hard pressed for warrant. Major Dalrymple then mustered r That BO; do you have to ro to Starke games were enjoyed and the guests your go

" ".., UP 85'armed 'men and proceededto to'do'yotir departed at a late hour.
xt.. In sheer desperation they trading M.Sayr'that ,.
buy the labor kind.
; '( will sometimes tackle matters that punish the defiant county officers. I fellow hare Is seBIng" tf: lot Frank Rosignol of Jacksonville, machinery, saving

;4, hd better be let alone. For instance', He made them give up the nine bar- of Hardware and Stoves prticolar: was visiting his sister Mr. W. J.
anything) is said contrary to the rels of wine and with a sledge brought Wai in there yesterday'and' I hi*.howedme' Sunday.. Every farmer should have '
along for the he broke and
generally purpose up a
accepted religious belief, a list of his stove sales "Ust %eek.

. some preacher is sure' to' come' and emptied the wine on the snow. HavIng Let 'me see: Wm. C.: Po We)},*-Starke, LEAN KINE
bigger crowd than the -
Aurl Bible quotations (without their a : sheriff Mr. Adams Camphor Farm'' Dui
he probably would have made the Strangers in town who
are asking Cultivator
contexts) about the editor's Powder Co. Riding.
unlucky "without warrants" as he averred '. ; three South' Bend'Steel if the cattle staggering around the 0 0 0
ear. as A' peas come out1 of a Ranges, W. Wilson F. H. Long,' Hope :
the of Iron streets the
even county attorney are ghosts of the "lean
threshing machine. The preacherthen Hall Farm Farmer Brown's Friend at
has every advantage of the editor having refused to issue warrants. But Waldo the New South R. Vine" Pharaoh dreamed about, or if You and t
the tactful county attorney persuadedtho Range; H. this country isn't able to produce can plow cultivate a crop attending about
the most important being that the Harris, Maxwell Special W. D. .r hn.
L latter must not forget to give the retort doughty major to go with him to''Atlanta Leader; R. H.; Smitn 'Gra, fleshy stock are informed that they ten acres per day. A machine of this kind will cost '
Grand Rapids for a conference with are wrong. We can have as fat cat
1 courteous. Let religious beliefs II ham and too many heaters too men- i from $75.00 to $100.00
tie here you the
adjust themselves. The thoughtful the major's superior. As soon as they tion. as anywhere but though our I depending upon 1

: left the miners dug up out of the snow I air is salubrious it does not produce attachments needed.

person will make up his or her mind more booze and celebrated the event. Yes Brown that sure Is a good flesh-we must feed the animals. The I 1
vt;; as to what to believe and what to
reject -
Major Dalrymple was snubbed for his place to trade. One price to all and I lean cattle seen in Starke are owned

the ,others without it outside i is better influences.that they For believe high-handed action at Grand Rapids that the best price. He was selling a .(by men here fully able to feed their I Disk Harrows Two and One Horse Plows Weeders /
lot of Fence Wire when
we were there. stock if
and talks about resigning. The affair they want to, but we are reliably -

lief is In all future that can retribution keep them as this be- reminds us of the goings on in Jones Yes Farmer Smith you sure have informed that they are thinkingof and all kinds of cultivators. See my stock of weedingand
I members of society.CON81mVE county Mississippi when that county found the best place to trade in this getting: up a lean stock show and Carden Hoes.DEWITT. t'

attempted to set up as "the republicof neck or the woods. He has just gota wish to take the prizes

: Jones" during the war between tho new line of Cook Stoves to fill up the I We wish however .that these gentlemen -

4 THE FISH states. space where he has sold out. That'll ] who own the cattle would I

business. You don't have to wait 'on groom them for the exhibition outside C. JONES
4 A late issue of the Okenchobec News
him; he keeps them coming.He of town, as their presence here is nota
cia relates the remarkable achievement HARDWARE
also got in a lot of Stock Tonicin good advertisement for this section. I
of a fishing firm there who in one Chief I IIJ
buckets. Death Kite should get a flock of small
day with only two hauls of seine Friday evening about 7 o'clock Mr. on Worms. Bet-
Barrett traveling salesman for C. W. ter try a bucket. Fixed up Snyder's boys to drive the cattle to the woods! _
cAught 76,000) pounds of catfish
1 87 1-2 tons. The news adds that Znring & Co., Jacksonville was tryingto J I horse after all other kinds failed. lie where they could get something to _

"there hundred turn his automobile at the intersection also has the Thomas Hog Powder and cat. EHKS2S2ra* =
are a the
I crews on biA'lakl
: drawing seines every day of the of Call and Court streets. the Sure Rat Death Destroyer for -Cold Jut Snap.- Political AnnouncementsFOR SEND US THAT

ci. ; week and never a haul is made but Backing toward the court house some Rats. ORDER

''j 4 from five thousand to twenty thousand of the gears got out of order and the Say Mrs. Smith when are you all _____ ru

car rnn against the drinking fountain coming up to see Samantha She TAX COU.KCTOR WHEN
pounds are cuujrht. The News I YOU NEED ANYTHING (r"
remarks twrrhjr announce mymlf IN J!
n mnHldnta
would for
knocking it then against the iron be mighty glad to
1 : over see you come the office of Tax Collector, of Bradford County
t "Pressed fence around the court house, separating up and spend the day. We will all go ubjrct to th. democratic prlmnrr to b. hold cj
catfish is Hold to the I June 8, Office
1920. I
pmtniiie If clrrtad Furniture
to and
two panneU from tho over to Starke when give the Supplie jjj
: shippers here at eight cents comer post, you come. Want 0Cc. my time and the people my ervlcm.
i pound and it a leaving it deserted and alone. The you to meet DeWitt C. Jones. What My time .. nn officer fit and .. an. open honk Commercial and Fancy Stationery g
requires but little for the fnnpectinn of the !
figuring to see that the Upthe- car was stopped before it reached the I he tells you about goods will be honest and I auk you all for your people.u"..of....thin. RmpMit-county Printing;, Lithographing Engraving R I
court house It and and true. Don't fully submitted. ,
1 groves and each member of their was a Dodge: car never think he B. M. DOWLINQ. Books
-All Kinds
despite the heavy knocks it had wants tg deceive
sustained you.
; crew of fishermen I talc this method of .
i earned in a single announcing to the elt-
not a scratch or. dent was visi Don \ be 'like the old' deacon that Ivent of Hradfnrd County that I am p candi Artists/ Material 0
l day as much as the governor did not believe the date for the office of county tax ....11"" "' .. nub- I
preacher when lie
\ eh of the state does in a month." ble.Mr. Jest to the will of the voter. lit the eomlnir Athletic Goods
Burrett Immediately' notifiedI said a man In Evansville made ice one democratic primary election to be held Jun. -
., a big lake but yet its C. Jones about the accident to the foot thick. The old deacon B. 1920, and respectfully refer you to my..... Kodak
I 4 area is not over half a million got up ord ** deputy tax collector the pest .......n. I
The al'reA'1 fountain HO that the flow of water in meeting and'said' "I don't believe My prom'tw' to the people I. thin, Jr
ri that yon
fact. so many fish are could be such eloct me 1 will faithfully dlaehanre the duties
stoped.A any yarn. The Lord can't make
at each haul shows that the fish aresluggish of the office to the beat of my ability with H. &W. B. Drew
I and -- I ice more than three inches thick and pmmpt courtenua treatment. to will ... Company
gregarious. Then the preciate your vote. E. W.lIitAly. _. .. .1
you say man can make ice a foot '
lake is so shallow till seines could be 45-49
thick. I wl.h to to the .
made to the bottom of its say voter* of Bradford "....n. Jacksonville
.1 sweep even Then" the ty that I am a candidate fur the a
row began but the office or Tax
deepest parts. Query: At thin rate I preacher Cli.etoand I respectfully solicit your up- g r WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN ANSWERING YOUR S

t I be of catching before their the fish number, how becomes long will sodmininhed it I CHANGE ITS SPOTSMr. Well was expelled must be for jogging lying.along home. port Kfunrcfully.J at the eomlna; primary Jun.F':. "OUlI.A"Nth. : Z525S5S5a5a5aSHSS5a5a5g5 5=52S= S25B5Zoao INQUIRIES I;,

I ; that up soon as you can. Samantha ron COUNTY JITDfiK II I
no method of fishing will be looking for you. I am a candidate for county judir r.f Frail* .===orao===== .
" 1 I for them will pay ? The buffaloes and I ford county and hn'by announce my candi 30aoi===:= iOO.======iooflH

passenger pigeons: were similarly gregarious Dodson, the "Liver Tone"Man No Woi ms In a Child dacy Having In lived the In coming the county primary alt of* H and t0 I Starke Garage and
r end easily killed, and where j nerved U In a public way for neverat Machine Company I
yeses I
7 1 ; ) are thev now ? And how many natur. Tells the Treacheryof !, healthy All children troubled.with worm have sn un of feel said that office.I can efficiently I perform the dntli*. I II
, color which IfMllratM poor blood, and as a ollrlt the import of all
al oyster beds remain along our CalomeL rule, there I. more or 1 less dUturbaneo. democratic voter and if elected promise fnlth- O COR. WALNUT and MADISON St. PHONE S
GRovE'S TASTCLESS: : ful and conMlentioua aervleea. R. 103 f
rt\\ coasts ? chill TONIC given. rutuljrly A. GRFKN. i[! g

According to a court decision furtwoor three week will enrich the blood tm I hereby announce. mywlf Fireproof D r
supreme prove tbedlll..tloD. and : a candidate for the Storage Auto
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4v the lakes of the state! and the Calomel lone you a day! You know I enlngTonto to !>-.whule _yiKcro.t.oe..ISaren.'b.Nature will the > office Florida" of, and County Judtre of Bradford Coiintv. H Repairing, Vulcaniz0

; finh therein belong to all the people of what calomel I I. )t.. mercury quicksilvur. i tlmtworTor di pcltliewo'm'.and the Child wl":: li"* not be able to on make account an active of my eamnaitrn health. I wilt' ing, Battery Work, Welding Accessories Free
Calomel ii It I Ir perfect health P' .' will and ,
dangerous. irutotilui. SOntrb'"The vreatly
11 the state and it is evident therefore, into can rive me. I any favor my friend I I Air. ALL WORK !
iraxlie sour bile lik dynamite, ............ .eollalt.. your. aunport 'n th* GUARANTEED.
1? .; that it id high time the state puts nKton I cramping' and sickening you. Calomel Rata Around My Place Were June R .. ..,<'ull,. T. J. PtKIR! : V '

.. to such a wholesale destruction of I attacks the bonei and should never be j Wise," Sayr John Tuthill. pea REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP TWO HOURS 6 A. M. to 10 P.

a natrral resource. And the sooner 1'11Into your nyntem. :" "Tried everything to kill them. I hereby announce. mr *lf p ...nd''''.'. In M. I
r"" the When feel bilious. I Mixed G TOUP Two for nom'natlon' for the J. E. O
better for when. such fabulous you uluggiiih constipated poison with Representative, offl* of SIMMONS
and all knocked out and believe meal. ml'att.cheese etc. In the irtplatur* from Brad, Manager. D
! ,
earnings be made ford
ran greedy adventurers County.
Florida. 81:10. _
.. Wouldn't touch it. .Tried hAT-SNAP uhjt Hoed lun of ,
a dangerous calomel'
I the Demormtto o
you 'OIlO
1 will\ increase share to b bold _
to in June
ruthless ever : just remember tlmt :your druuglHt ..,1U. I inside of ten days got rid of all rats. I V20. I respectfully solicit the support of A 8th.I.L .. OIlOL OClOoec
4 the slaughter. I for a few rent a large bottle of Dodson'sLiver I You don't have to mix RAT-SNAP flmnoerailt votem and. If *,UN.t.d. firomUff. - -- -
': Tuti, which U entirely vegetableand '! with food. Saves fussing! and bother.. faithful find "onci.nt>aiw nfrvfr**. -

1' LATTER-DAY HYPHENATESViro pleaiuint to take and i I. a perfect Break cake of EVERETT M. JOHV3.
a RAT-SNAP lay it '
ubotitute for calomel. It I. rOR
guaranteed: REPREflENTATIVE
where rats ncamper. You will see no I I I hereby -CROfTp OVR GENERAL
19I to start liver without announce that I am
President Marshall to your stirring you a candidate for INSURANCE
l twins UI inutile and can not salivate.Don't more. Three sUes 25c. flOe 'l. Sold Rtapn'SCfltatIV.I in the t fear that the is in pectfully aol'cit the
government danger
I ". tk. ealomell It can not be and guaranteed by D. C. Jones and at the com in* primary election aunnort of the voter HAROLD
I [ of becoming t to various pflwer-I '1
prey trusted any more thaa a leopard. or a Mitchell's Drag. Store. JOUN J. ULACKWELDCR.POR C. WALL
fnl I associations who want aid 1 and j
;' wilil-cut.. Take Dodton'a Liver Ton. L ._ "
, J that in place of having only one class which, straighten you right tip 'and I I I Piles Cared In 6 to 14 I hereby roMMIMIONEH annouoaa mvaelf DISTRICT NO. 1 STARKE
! ii of t'ltizetill-plain Am'rlranthe hyphenated make you feel lee. Give it' to tb. Dsysfluglti re-election\ .. County Commlealonffr candidate for ;T>for l.. FLORID .
" ;c. German who cost us sn children because it 1*. perfectly aarmUM .........Ile"'n". Build mrnirr' If A7O.....PriXradiDPUe 0I'NT1IRT'ran.* trlct ocratic N.primary.. 1. subject I to the action of the Den !;.,.. FIRE, IFE

much to dispose of, is being/ succeeded sad doeco't grip- Iitn9'tt. ., I'HH'Vvs, Itchmil i'lte. and Cue ClOD r.- port of the voters. at respectfully said primer aolleit the aup BONDS, AUTOMOBILE.;.
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'xt : FOR SALE-Upright piano, cheap for FOR SALE-Thoroughbred' Barred I

PLAN c,8I>h.. Mrs. J, M. Alvarez Slarke, Plymouth Kock: roosters at $2.60
I GAIET\ CHURCHES Fla., 3-6-6t. each Also Barred Plymouth eggs at

Bits' of LocalInformation $1.60 for a setting of 15 eggs.: Apply -

THEATRE BUSY PROGRAM HOME WISHED by middle aged lady, to Mrs. L. V. Moore Stark1;
will do general housework in some Fla. 3-B-lt
reliable family. Address Box! 25,

coo| Mrs. King, Brooklyn, 1'la. It* FOR SALE-Selected Velvet\ Bean
TELLIn Interchuich World Movement II Seed early speckled! variety, sackednow
t..neaM/... P_'". .__4" wlays. I II
.... S. Me c:._... _owl T_ "THE TIIAIV Outlines Activities In South CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Writ*'! for two bushel bags/, $3 per bushel,
1 I For Months Ahead: I prices and ship your ties of all\ f. o. b. Thomnsville. Thomasville
(Children 15c Adults. 25c.
; i Elevator) Co., Thomasville Ga.
I Gress GE
.... i i grades to Manufacturing Co., 'j
A Jacksonville Florida : ::
I I Beginning. with a campaign; of education 134t's
;Vciemons, of Brooker was inIonday J.| F. Johnson of Lulu, was in town church member to Ills I -- --
Tuesday. Western Feature Picture and Comedy of tilt FOR SALE-760 acres black sandy FOR SALE-6000 need cane. J. F. =::-r

!I Children 15c; Adults, 25c. financial obligation to the church, a loam 4 miles east of Starke, on Kickliter Starke. 2-20-tf "
#+ [/ Crime, of Lawtey, was in Jesse Cio: .,:. comprehensive and continuous program Green Cove route. $10 )per acre. 10
from the> present Owner, J. T Zanzeburg: Grannis! ,
Monday. in Starke Wednesday. i TUESDAY-MARCH 9th- of Activities" Ark. \VANTEI.Chic.kenll. any size' J. F, '
I I time through. the month of June him 2.27.2t'I'OR Kkklit(>r. 227tf. ;

''Jiancotk, of Lake City, is visit- Men's Overcoats, special price \Ea'rle WilliamsIn been d'cld..dlpon by the Intel'church '
$14.50 at Stump's. SALJ.-J.'or:: )prompt) acceptance.
Mrs Hamrick. the South This :
World In
Movement .
J ', and cash with order we Offer f, o. b. SALE-A one horse wagon and 'JI
.'f. "THE WOLF. campaign of education In the duty of here the )I harness. D. E. Knight. 1-23-tf '
1\ Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crosby left Tuesday following seeds Florida I
i; ';' ?',E:. M. Jones was in Ocala on for a business trip to Cuba. Children 15c; Adults 25c. giving to the support. of religious Runner Seed 1'eutmts, *3: per bushel. 1

r 1ra1"business Tuesday Uvltle! Is commonly known In RC'j 12c per )pound; IX) day Speckled Velvet !- FOR SALE-Oscoola velvet' bean seed

.i Y1 r' Messrs. C. A. Marks and G. C. Livingston FRIDAY, MARCH 12th. movement the Stewardship (' \ Beans. $3.25: per' bushel l; Or. I large, prolific, good keeper' makes f, '
' ton Flannel, special price of Tampa were visitors to Just FEW of the Jinx and almost -, mond's Selected Seed Corn $5 per I plenty of vine; matures in 120 days; 1.:
. yard at Stump s. Starke Wednesday. uimirmountable barriers I 1ll\1gn. It will culminate on \\atlhlns-I .bushel $1.50 per puck H T. J..111 very desirable; seed scarce and in \
"'. ." thatDouglass ton's Blillidsy In the \ Co., Lowell, Fla. /3.5/)-tf.I, demand. Price $1.25 per pock 4.60 \"
i's.. S. J. Norman of Raiford, was : Quigley Broom Co. sent a consign I, Nutlonu) Stewardship bushel. delivered\ O. L. Mizell, Lake ,

' hopping, : In Staike Tuesday I ment of broom handles to a factory in Fairbanks In all churches\ participating In the i I i FOR SALE-Good canvas tent for I I III Butler 2-27-41
,; t"oj>"l North Carolina Saturday "2 this fishing and n. E.I I
.' movement Fibiunry year hunting parties J
. 'JCWA.! Bishop spent the week-end inV I
): (Green" Cove visiting friends. ; encounters-and overcomesIN chanting to fall on Sunday. I II Knight. 2-27-tf ]I II FOR SALE-Registered pigs; four
I Bring me jour chickens and eggs' The Stewardship enrollment observance I Poland China boars, 4 nios. old; five
'I and get the cash. J. F. Kickliter. will' be followed' by the observance TOR SALE-South Carolina white j Duroc Jersey sows and five boars
: E. H. Smith in Jacksonville on'
; was
l j business the first of the week. 227tf. r "When tile Clouds Roll By" of Sunday, February 29th, as Leghorn eggs for setting, heavy 4 to 6 moss old; prices reasonable;
' Life Enlistment. 1'11)> of Prayer for laying Ktram.. 15 eggs: 11'till.; ) :30,1 I I inspection! invited. College of Agriculture -

"-' G. E. Dyal of the Raiford section! ,j O..R. Tison a well-known citizen of BLACK CATS! Students. February: this year for the $:I.I.:! ) delivered by parcels post. J. A. W. Leland Farm Superintendent .I VV V
.4was visitor Starke the Providence section, was transact. 13 AT TAlihE; ! i first time In forty years, will have five' S. McCormick, Raiford, Fla 2-27-41 Gainesville Fla. 2-6-tf f.t
a to Monday. ing business in Starke Wednesday. Sundays This fifth Sunday observance yp
I I is to be made a day of IIhtnlfl.I .
,!\;. Mr; S. B. Woodard, of Theressa, lion and Mrs. A. V. Lung and children UNLUCKY OPALS! !! cance throughout. the Interchurch' ,
was a visitor to Starke Saturday. BROKEN MIRRORS! ! I '
of Palatka, spent the week-end World Movement's organization. .1 'ti" ,
',,i,?A. A. Hazen was among the Brook- with Mrs. Long's mother Mrs. E. L, A "NUTTY" DOCTOR! !! The month of March Is to be given
it** visitor to Starke Monday Brownlee. SCHEMING GRAFTER! over to the promotion of the campaign:
for llfe-work and evangelism! culminating VISIT us
,C" W; J.i Stallings, of Raiford was a J. J, Bielling and L. F. Gay, well DOUBLE CROSSED!!! ; In the .0b f'rYan'e of Acknowledgment ,
&business visitor to Starke Wednesday. known citizens of the Providence section A GAME OF WIT! !! Pay on Palm Sunday, which
,7a.: W f *,A-: were business visitors to Starke LOST FORTUNE!II!! this year falls on March 28th. Every I '. f
>\ /H# 'O. Brown of the Lake Butler Wednesday. BRAIN STORM !! church taking part In the movement t t
1 l>rMction; bad business in town Monday. A LOST JOB! Is expected to hold special evangelistic I '
\ Learn why so many people: like r
'."M\'r! Men's and Young Men's Suits, Children, 20c; Adults, 35c.. service during! the month. During I
'(lIMt grade Outing Flannel- $25.00 to $50.00 at Stump's.Mrs. March also there are to be held this bank. There's something

: _Ida. ) price 25c a yard. Stump's a series of state. pastors' conferences I '
to service here than
)! W. E. Harris and son, Bull, of FRIDAY, MARCH 19th- In the principal cities of the South I more ,' J" '" .., 'I''
4w! Angie Sternburg is in Jackson. Jacksonville, returned home Friday "Society pays well for.its pleas- to bring the pastors mot closely In merely an aid to financial trans- ,' ,,.. .,?, "' ,

tVOlt, Ylsiting her daughter, Mrs. R. II. after a visit with Mrs. Harris par- and vices !I" touch with the purposes and scope of ." \ J ,

.Barbonr.XtL ents, Dr. and Mrs. J..C. Wills. It with fear thuOntarcUurch World Movement In . actions. ." ".. tv '
' : V .pays worry ,Its relation to the Individual church, I K'' h.W 'I 'V'V
:fa' >.",Just, received a shipment of 90 day W. E. Yarborough, a well known money' as does also community and denomination. I .. 1 yn1h r '
1' Beans and Chufas. J. F. Kick- the Church Day and Commitment Here you have personal service : It "
:Velvet farmer of the Raiford section; attended Join ., "I' I 1\.1'\ .4 )
-ijHw, : 227tf. : the meeting of the county boards Alice Brady ray when thousands of new ', r' "'. from, officers always. 'ready to ti .ill V, a +'
.;tI 'I' received I"" '
; "i members are expected to be lli'M 'I'U ,''Jot* 'II'
Monday.RubMyTism ,

i thBdrn,' Of Lake Butler, spent Mondays is a powerful antiseptic ."- I'b*'"'observed on Easter Sunday April I ,1"',t ;way. There's always a friendly
in the scandal) net her e This day will be marked by a p " .
J. in Starke. 'it kills the poison caused from infected par The 4th. ,. 'VI J"
; for another I la the ''\1' ' I welcome I time r
!tj., {,.; cuts cures old sores, woman. great Ingathering Christians I every you come. t t.:Ill ?ia 1 ;.
r :!pri J. C: Wills and C. A. Mixon most powerful dramatic ,role'of churches Inspired with the thoucbtan4,4ftwrRllaaUOQ id'V'l '. I, ."i JI. I' \
V 1atade.a business trip to Jacksonville Wed- Miss Brady's remarkable careeron of doing a greater I" < ) J" 4 {
The Woman's Club will meet 51t" I..." i f; ,
yt WedDuda7. nesday afternoon .the 10th inst., at either stage or screen. service,,f 9* .Christianity. . I Come visit us. Feel the congenial, .r ,d. I.Ji.d t .r r'

y:I Plt' \'4t'; 8:30 Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk. hostess. A "REALART"Children Tbs. *JI"llortnl&ht, In April will be:, I. I. ; ; ..atmosphere. Note the helpful ''I, yr.Idtgaa. )tI

)bas proven it will cure Malaria Mrs." F. A. Scott, leader. Subject, 20c; Adults. 35c. spent, 'Jn,, active ,preparation for the. ')Io(11",\...( "
j,':].,QhBls and Fever Bilious Fever, Colds "Health." great,,tnonclal! \ campaign; to be Inclu-conducted I attitude. We think our bank Is a '. ',h !I'J'1' 'In, "
I .April, 21st to May Ld
LaGrlppe.-1-9-8-12. Lieutenant !!. C. Richard
:; 4d' '' ,1 -flannelette' Klmonas, special I guest: during the week Lieutenant as A.a I slve.jjvL(, calteams. and committees ,,, '".., good bank for you. "','"elhil[, ,,._};,, .( uctrue'

dig* J. T. Will has returned from price 98e and $1.98, at Stump's.R. ; J. Honeycptt of Durham, N. C. These' will! be organized and thoroughly drill.ed I ... : \ :
' jI nee where he wag called on I officer trained in the name officer In ,the, duties to be evpected of ",nivn! I is

;" tl pwro. court business. B. Moseley, Esq., of Jacksonville training camp went to France at them in Weft making of this! canvassfor ' I '

i.1 :W't'\ has located in' Starke for the practiceof I about the name time and were in the funds to carry out the constructive BANK OF STARKE :: m''I'1

IIi...Adine Watson, of San Benito, law and will have offices next door I same battles, but did not meet until program of the churches.
-It"17\ <'ezra' has entered the tenth grade of to Alvare.; & Graham's store on Call both were in the same hospital! Lieutenant Throughout May and the early part J s
" of June the Movement will be directed THE;; GROWING BANK
.the Bradford High School. street. i iRub.MyTlsm Richard Buffering from being 1
iI 'and
Y ip. I and toward the organization: perfection
gassed Lieutenant Honeycuttfrom n
and extension E. S. Matthew Pres. Ceo. C. White Cashier
of ,
all Win- kil-
., Special prices on our is a great pain an attack of influenza. They conferences'of '.
In June summer Goods. Stump's.T. ler. It relieves pain and soreness became fast friends during their enforced plans Later missionary. education will b.
:{tAt S S' caused by Rheumatism, Neuralgia stay at he hospital. '
r' n. II. Halligun and little daugh- Sprains etc.-1-9-3-12. gin. ._. -

i ri\ d. Lecsburg, are guests of her Mr. and Mrs. B. Johns, of Hampton, -. I t
.:.; tat Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kuhl. Mrs. J. C. Crosby and sons, Creath were visitors to Starke Friday. I
,a ".'If'"... and Clarence, John and T. J. Watson, Old City's Pride: Seed Beam MMBJ Seed Corn

ay I.:: ..J. C. Wills went to Jackson- and daughter; Miss Admc Watson all Mr. It. C. King Tells Wonderful Slor>' The pride, of Tjin'lieo- Is Its citadel\ Cucumber Z E f D S Velvet Beans r

1 HI' Thursday to visit her daughter, of San Benito, Texas are visitors at About RatH. Read It. hill from which there U n view that. Tomato Melon V f ISM SorghumCowpeas
n'R.. B. Neal and Mrs. E. II. Harris. the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cros "For months my place was alive with no city In the world run mutch. It towers i I{
,. .
II\; ','I I by. rats, losing chickens, eggs: feed. Was I almost sheer, hundred "f feet. We can supply for Immediate shipment, all the leading and standard oL, _
nole as a precautionary measure told to try RAT-SNAP. I did. Some- !! above the 8t, Lnwrvncv cm lUt' Hide
varieties of all kinds of sends for planting in our.Stnte,
Inst influenza. DeWitt C. Jones Ladies Coat Suits and Coats, what appointed at first not seeing I and the city mi the nU.r.(111111, \ : the

rdware. 2-27-2t $10.00 and up at Stump's. many dead rats, but in a few days did vision u wide vml sudden. range ofrl't'r SQUASH.!; SEK1: POTATOES: ONION 8KTH.: EGG PLANTS.! PKPPKK. :
and finest nod .aod the far
',!* not see a live one. What were not kill
lMr. Stansill a prosperous North Rev. J. B. Roney, presiding elder of, ed are not around my place. RAT. I purple" LeureutlnnwMILLION Success in gardening or furmiiig depends to a very large: extent on the

f Walnut street merchant has purchase the Jacksonville district preached at SNAP sure do(.. the trick." 3 sizes, quality of scuds you plant

e,'.;* ,a handsome new Essex automobile. i the Methodist church Sunday evening 21jllc., / $1. Sold and guaranteed: byI
!Cflu, i t l-___________ ____ While in town :Mr. Roney was a guestat ). C::, Jones and J. M. Mitchell. : It hall been demonstrated beyond a doubt that desired results ran only ;;

?,,. 66 quickly relieves C'olrt and La- the home of Mr. and Mrs C. L. come through planting aced. of known quality.

, ,[Grippe, Constipation, Biliousness, loss Peek. NOTICE I
01. Appetite and Headaches. 19312. .. -

Just! arrived-A splendid line There will be church and dinner at The interest in farming and gurd erring Is the greatest. we have ever

My* and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman re- of Men's Ladies' and Children's Pilgrim's! Rest near Highland Sun known as everybody rfiili/.on that production Is necessary and will reduce, V
turned Sunday from their vacation Pumps, Shoes, Oxfords, all styles day, March 7th;' will bin conducted PEPTOMANGANMANY
the II. C. of L.
[pent on their grove in South Florida. in Patent, Gun Metal and Viri by Ellison McCormick an interesting ir.

Kid. Stump's. young man of the Missionary Our spring 1920 catalog: In ready and will ho mailed\ free of charge on
( Mr. Nelle Hughe has returned to Baptist faith. Everybody invited HOMES: BETTER HEALTH
request' It contains Information of value for Florida truckers' and planters,
,Washington after a visit of several J. H. Pollard a former citizen of I to attend and bring dinner
T weeks with her mother Mrs. S. F. I' Hampton was a business visitor to IIETTEK IILOOO Now is the time to place orders for all\ need*-you can't afford. to wait 6

(lUmrick. Starke Tuesday. Mr. Pollard is now I HONOR ROLL LAWTEY SCHOOL I --IMPROVES THE for seeds when the proper season arrives to plant
living at Green Cove Springs, having; FOR FEBRUARYNinth ,I'EIIO-MANGAN
I "
I gustbie, was a guest at thehome, business there. .
|Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Saturday Tenth Grade-Joyce Terry, Mattie ('IIMI' ). sly OF AIM'ltOVEII: ELEMENTS : AMBER CANE' ORANGE:, TEXAS: RIBBON CANt, MILLET: PEANUTS.

" rand(,,, Sunday. I We are selling; out our line of Harley Margaret Godwin, Louise FOIl MAKING:'/ ILOOI INK OOIIIUM; TDO.SINTI: :; ItA I''';. IXJYI-IIAN: WHEAT, SUDAN' J
Ladies' and Children's Heavy Blanchard. GRASS/ KIIODHS GRASS, siio; KWKIT: POTATOKH.: VELVET: 9
JJ, : Some difficulty has been experienced Coats at special prices. Come Ji H. Solden principal. TAIILET FORM BEANS OATS KYi:. COW I'KAH.
,:?:during the week about getting express and see them. Stump's.Mrs. I ,
,'matter to and from Jacksonville. The Luke Rielly Say. The Rat Died H('. ; Are you tired and weak and blue
I'white' express handlers in that city I J. T. Wills Sr., was called to fore Reaching the River." i Do you say ,to yourself "What's the Write immediately for catalogue: and price lint, also call on us for any

e' nek because! they did not want nees Gainesville the first of the week to be "Since moving: near the river two I use of living T What do I Ret! out of special! information. you may dnnlrc regarding your crops

to transfer and handle express at the bedside of her son Jerry Wills years ago, we've always used RAT. I( life, dragging: through this drub ex
itter. With packages not going: : to I who had suffered an attack of acute SNAP. Watched a vicious water rat istcme in this unhapy way?" CLT OUR PLANTING I GUIDI. GET; oiru( CATAUMUI:. dtrr IIV"I ST

I [scorning from Jacksonville, or whichto indigestion, on the train between St. nibbling at RAT-SNAP outside house. I You don't feel well and you don't |"* StI'U04E.A..Martin: !
pass through; that city thereno Petersburg his home, and Gainesville. About 15 minutes later ho darted off 'know why you have, so little energy to
trouble. He has recovered from the severe fur the water, to cool his burning do anything and ;you get all tired! out

I attack sufficiently to return to his stomach but died before reaching It." I before it I in done. There are millions. Seed Co.

home, and Mrs. Wills returned to 3 nixes, 2f c, GOc, $1 Sold and guaranteed in busy America that have such feelings ,
''neumonia I Starke. I by I). C. Jones and J. M. Mitchf I : now and then and they are to be
often followsNeglected a 'pitied. But there Is help. Unless Home I
in serious malady is at thu bottom of the I
Cold Ladies We have Silk.n Velveteen lot of Bargains and Serge JATSNAGKILLS I trouble B few weeks of IVpto-Mangun Oldest Established Seed House in Florida

k COLD to $22.50. Look will! work a wonderful change. I'epto- II
ILL THE Dresses, $15.00 I
blood 203.206 East Street
into the
them over and be convinced Mangan puts new vigor Bay
lt1LL'S Stump's. Also mice. Absolutely prevents odor and the blots is tho life fluid. With

from carcass One package provea this plenty of rich, red blood coursing 'Jacksonville Florida

ASCARA&MUININ A short distance south of Starke, RAT-SNAP comes In cakes-no mixing I through onp'.'. body one is pretty likely' ,

along the railroad, three hogs and one with other food. Guaranteed.25c to feel good and vigorous and be verytrlnjt

steer lie dead, killed by the trams, all size ((1 rake) enough for Pantry -I' and hearty
j AIZOMi11t'V within a distance of half a mile. Corn Kitchen or Cellar. { Go to your druggist" and ask for STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE
from cars onto the 60c<< sire (2 cakes) for Chicken "Gude's I'epto-Mangan. He sure to
.. had been dropped Missionary and Klondyke, $4.1 1)0)( 1.000 40 other varieties to select from .
;. .>'dard cold r.medr for 10 v enticed the animals IToime. Coops! or Small Buildings. say "Curie's. If .Gude.. i is not on per ;
_... tablet f f.. n.-...i., fur, ,nnvj''s track and probably including the grout new berry "JlOJt I'Y.; Now If want something
VVt >i..-traak. up a told' ,In <. there Holes In car floors, $1.00 sire (((5 cakes) enough for all\ the package: it is not Pepto-Mangan.:
pi h"uIm 'cttw"' Rnp ," : M which oats potatoes farm and outbuildings, storage buildIngs -. It is pot up in both liquid and tablet true! ,to name and$ .something good place your; order with lieu', HU plants
- :JOB.; b.ek il h' *ash' J'rViOloN'ik'V through corn Tell the druggist which you \ are v.r., nextf"lIlvely in All\ parts of your Mtuto and have becp' for the past
. toOl TcJ the track are tooi or factory buildings.Sold forms
( box a dropped on |
p>'inn etc. are
top wi f". wr"" domestic animals I and Guaranteed by Mitchell's prefer. There Is no difference In medicinal 12 yr llrSI. SfDd! your order to thu Strawberry Plant Specialist.. Agent II
,1) common and'many 1 wanted for this district J.J KKIFFOIU: ) HALL, KIIODKSDALE: MD.F.r. .
\ , pfctaruA.A1iLs. value. Ad.. I
> 'JSMfc 10.-- ; .., are thus enticed to their death Drag Store and! D. ,C..Jone.. 3-B-4t.; .

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... FRIDAY. MARCH S, 192.

: Practically All Powers
Vests In Hines !
--- Describes Awful Stateof
union--ttlon;; Miles After Going "Veritas" Believes in Letting Well Capt. Ingalls Conferred Upon Executive by Bill ,I
: At the in Binning lane Drops The Enough Alone Affairs In GermanyAftermath

-c/: ham, according to Robert Small, I Up ao.O2oFet-t President Keep Well
reliable correspondent in Washingtontwo In the Telegraphdated ), of the war in Germany Washington, Feb. -
Dayton 0. Feb. 27.-An airplane I Editor Telegraph: enonomic conditionsto Wilson signed the railroad bill tonight
men were employed as firemen article has its effect on
is an on
27th Do not allow
the the
one having the day and the other thi arrying Maj. K. W. Schroder: chief ,I February ," which is very the extent of even starvation, according on the eve of the returnof poisons of undigested

night shift. One of them was require'' jst pilot at McCook Field, today fell :I Business Suggestions the writer seems to go a to the story of members of roads to their owners and to private food to accumulate in
electric light vcr five miles after reaching an al- I I loud, only British steamer Federal operation.In I bowels
to turn on the station Now, the business men the crew of the I your where they
.ittle far.
V in the evening, and the other to turl itudo of 36,020: feet, said to be 8fi20: too their fathers before Bridge, which arrived in port a a proclamation issued at the time I are B'asorbed into your
Jf Starke
them off In the morning. Jethigher than the worlds record. I I had monopoly of the busi- few days ago. Dire need for the bare the bill was signed, Mr. Wilson vestedin I system. Indigestion,constipation
Lhem have a
The electricians entered Into i Tonight the major is in a hospital 64 will itae necessities of life is evidenced when Walker 1>. Hines, director generalof headache, bad
the years; I
shere for past blood and
nes numerous
working agreement with the Southern uffcring from bhock and temporar ; fair and just to agitate the in- children of stevedores flocked aroundthe railroads, virtually all powers conferred other troubles are bound

railway. A walking delegate ap artial blindness. Instruments on th: rease of business for Starke to such vessel waiting for their fathers I upon the executive by the bill. to follow. Keep your

peered and told the two firemen tha lachine indicate that he fell While more an extent that it may induce others to to emerge from the ship with a piece Mr. Hines will also continue to exercise I I system clean, as thousands .
they were entitled to be rated as electricians mn five miles in two minutes. into business here, and crowd out of coal or a slice of bread hidden in I the duties of director genetral I of ethers do, by
because they turned the light .ill 2,000 feet above the ground, the jo who have spent their pockets after finishing their which continue beyond the return of p taking an occasional dose
: righted itself and glided to a he old business men ot the old, reliable, I
on and ofT. The firemen thereupoi! labor. Mid. vegetable
their businesses days' control at
the roads
to private p
in building
ears liver
the acted family mcdi.
"acefullulldin When plane ,
applied for the advance rating. Thegot furnish Capt. J. B. Ingalls, commanderof
it Our business men now can night tomorrow night. cine.
rushed toward
it. More than that each was giv attendants who Interesting
tells of
the ship many
erect troreries, dry goods, The White House also made publicthe
k t'n $2,000 in back pay under a retroactive )und Maj. Schroeder sitting while the ship remained in
do not episodes
. clause! 1 the machine, apparently lifeless :lothing, etc., and what they' for for week. Even text of the president's reply to IIrel'ent I Thedford's, L
Hamburg cargo a
handle we can send for to Sears, Roebuck I I of representatives of
brief time residents of Day tor request
inxtunce of the nor or a in
Many same
crumbs at a premium l
mail order !bread were
comet had appeared, Ire I'I''e'O & Co., or some other the railroad brotherhoods that he appoint -
.. of wild and criminal cxtravaganc' sure a Several tons of coal were II
the city.
*, Ratine. If get more men
i light. No wonde* sky. They had mistaken the trat. we a commission composed equally
a' keep coming to accounted minus aboard the Federal !
'' ruin the prbfits on busi- Black-Draught
here it
-,(, t ;, that labor in demoralized, and n< f vapor escaping from the machine may should because of starving conditions I I of employer's and employes' delegatesto / I II
and perhaps if we grow Bridge
wonder that freight rates are high. ( it sped downward for a "stranger less, theship's consider wage demands made by the
the In Hamburg during .
the of people
!'arger we might compel railway I
The incident IB indicative of whn'ran i the heavens. brotherhood It deals wholly with I
I visit there. Even the breadcrumbs
;,' ' alwaya be expected under gov I Thousands of persons, gazed sky ilil company 1 one will to do build for years a new yet.depot.. And The the that fell from the mess tablesof j'I the wage demand settlement proposal' Mrs. \!. F. Pickle, of '

p ernmont ownership or eontrol.Manufaeturers' .- aid watching the plane which hac Idea of brick roads, 1 Why, our fathers the steamer were gathered by thestevedores and docs not refer directly to the memorial I Rising Fawn,Ga., write:
I' :, Record. irc'iidoci two hours before, plungt home to later presented by the brother. "We have used Thedford's .
along well without all these and brought
jot very
? .
; --- ow nward. hood heads asking' that he veto the black-Draught as
' RAILROADS OWNED IIY MANYWagt' His senses numbed, and his eye new-fangled notions of a larger town, their families. railroad bill.Announcement. a family medicine.: My
4" t i-ozen shut in a temputure said t< brick roads, new depot, better business The hip sailed) away from Hamburgwith I I mother-in-law could not

and Indirect ave bean sixty-ncven degrees below places, etc., and if all that was several tons of coal less than of the signing of th' take calomel as seemed
Affected Earners Directly Roads' Solvency 'ro, Schroeder' regained partial con good though; for them it is good what it berthed in Hamburg with. bill came after officials had becom' too strong for her, so she
': ly by enough for us. The stevedores comprising German convinced Mr. Wilson did not intend teact used Black-Draught as a
iouswBs when 2,000) feet above th I
Millions of thrifty Americans who arth in time to right his machine an;. If we should go that way, see what labor pmugglod pieces of coal in their tonight although they were certair mild laxative We and liver
I have laid aside something for n"tuiny covent it from crashing to the grounc I our taxes would be. Rent will go up pockets. Lunch baskets, gloves: and he would not permit the measure t' I in regulator the family and believeit use it I

J day" are directly or indirectly owners' ut cf control. I and land will all be' improved so we even in their hats were ,used to smug become a law by the expiration of thr is the best medicine for

of railroad securities. This Ownership ThouHandx Sec Drama of Sky will not have the free range for our gle coal from the ship. The demandfor ten-day limit allowed for presidentir I the liver made." Try It.

represents not only individual investment The thousands of spectators. were rattle and hogs. The town will haveto warmth was so great in Germanythat approval or veto of an act of congress Insist on the enuirie-

"j in the railroads but holdings: naware at the time they were wit. keep all the cows and hogs off the the stevedores were unable to resist There were indications that the prcst' Thedford's. :25c a pack

' of railroad..aeeuritles by fife insurance easing a "drama of the sky". The) streets and it would not seem like the temptation of confiscatingthe dent's action on the bill was delayed age. E-75

companies, saving!: banks, fire and marine aw a speck of black silhouetted a. home at all. We don't want to put coal, and food that was within pending his completion of" his repl-

insurance companies benevolent ;ainst the blue, to which, was attach- on style, only want to live just as we their reach. to the brotherhood heads.

-p- associations, educational institutions, d a "tail," of grayish color. Grad. have for the last 60 years-that is Anything that was available) to carry In his letter, \Mr. Wilson said the

trust companies and State and Nat- sally the object was enlarged as it good enough for us. Already some off the coal without being noticed passage of the railroad bill "made It< -

onal banks. A large part of the assets tu riled (o the earth. When but a few people want laws passed to fence our was used by the stevedores. The Germans evident that I could not act on your .
of these institutions depends on housand feet above those watching stock and make us raise feed for cattle went to work early in the suggestions until it should have been I S

,, the solvency of the railroads. they saw that it was an airplane, and hogs, shutting out the free range. mornings. During their noon day determined whether the bill would become You Do More Work

The ownership of railroad securities I turning in a tail spin. It was at this Now when they do that people will lunch they went home for dinner and a law or not." You are more ambitious and you get iso

' among. these people is divided approxi: point that Maj. Schroeder regained flock in here and pick up all the land, always managed to steal some fragments "It was manifest," the letter enjoyment out of everything! when YOW
mately as follows: I of land and of food coal from the blood is in good condition. Impurities
control of his plane and headed it toward then up goes the price or ves tinued, "that if the bill should becomea in
Individuals, numbering over 1,000- McCook Field. Here Major our boys cannot get a foot of land sel. Considering the amount of the law the the blood have a very depressing effect on
000, own outright about $10,000,000- Schroeder made a safe landing and without paying two or three times the theft, some of the German stevedores of negotiations and consideration the system, causing! weakness, lazlneu
the wage matter ought to nervousness and sickness'
000 railroad securities. Over 600, will do became it is pro.
collapsed. old prices. No, that never ; wedon't probably "profiteers, but ceed in harmony therewith." GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill
000 are stockholders, with an average lie was blinded and his limbs were want a bigger town, nor brick likely that none of the coal was void, restores Energy and Vitality by Punfymii TONIC
r holding of $18,956. roads and the good but,used for their consumption. In vesting Mr. Hines with the power
numb, despite the electrically heated such-just go on own and Enriching the Blood. When fee
Life insurance companies, with 63,. suit in which he was encased lie was old way. I don't believe in advertising Some of the stevedores filled their granted to the president I by the bill Its strengthening, invigorating effect.lee

000,000 policies in force, own nearly suffering from efects of a lack of ox so much-It shows the pther fellow pants' cuffs with coal to carry hometo Mr.' Wilson made one exception. The bow it brings color to the cheeks and bow

$2,000,000,000 of railway securities. ygen. When nearly seven miles above just what you sell goods for and their families. president will himself later name the It improves the appetite. you will then

i Savings banks, with 10,000,000 depositors the earth, his oxygen tanks became he will cut under you and'that is not The people of Hamburg don't want agent or agency of the government appreciate its true tonic value.

: own $847,000,000. exhausted and it,was this which robbed right. And then it may bring in new the kaiser back. In discussing the against whom suit may be brought to GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TOMC
Fire and marine insurance compan. him of consciouness and caused merchants in the same lines and compel I war, the German discussed the matter satisfy claims arising out of government fa not a patent medicine It is simply

lea, casualty and surety companiesown him to fall.Mechanics. us to keep the cows off the streets freely, declared Captain Ingalls. control of the roads, as providedin So IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.

a total of $649,000,000. and oficers at McCook and erect better buildings, tear down They have lost all their faith in the section 206 of the act.- blood pleasant needs Quinine even children to Purify like It and it. IRON Tb
; Benevolent associations, colleges old houses and sheds and make ex-ruler of the don't In his letter to the brotherhood
-ir; Field lifted Maj. Schroeder from the the us empire and want to Enrich it. The** reliable tonic irupertles -
schools, charitable institutions, etc., plane and he was given first aid treat. clean up at a great expense.No anything to do with him. They are heads, the president said: I never faU to drive out Impurities I

own $350,000,000. mnt, and later being removed to the sir, I am not in for those city willing to give him up to the allies at 'The bill having now become a law, the blood.,. ;
Trust companies State and National post hospital where it was said his airs; let well enough alone. If some anytime as far as they are concerned.The the way is open for immediate actionon The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S :

4: banks own $805.000,000.According blindness will be only temporary. It people want it different just let them petty thefts of the stevedores the wage matter in accordance with TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made I it .

,,,/ to statistics compiled for will be several days before he will be move out. These old houses can be show that conditions of affaiis in the the terms of the bill. Section 801 of the More favorite than tonic In thousands of home*. ,
the Association thirty-five
4 i of Life Insurance able to use his eyes, according to Dr. patched up a little and they are good once proud and stately city of the the bill evidently contemplates that would ride along distance yean ago foils I
Presidents in 1918 27.65 cent. of to getGKOVE'3
$ .,'L life insurance companies', per assets I! Howard V. Dutrow, an eye specialist, enough. If we keep advertising we German empire are awful. The ship's I, the carriers and employes should, as TASTELESS Chill TONIC when t I

''r invested In railroad bonds and were dar called into consultation. may have a rush of immigration out crew declared there is poverty all around I suggested by you, select representatives member of their family had Malaria tit

the half of Fifty-five Degreex Below Zero. here, and there will not be businessfor the city and the mere existencefor who will thus constitute a bipartisan -I Deeded a body-building. strength-givinj ,
'\ ing of first 1919 the percentage The thermometer on Maj. Schroe- all of us, and we will be frozen out. a liying is the battle of the average board for the purpose of attempting tonic. The formula is just the same 11)0| i
: railroad bonds held by the life der's machine registered a temperature No, let well] enough alone. We resident of the city. The effect by conference to day and you can get It from any f.a

total insurance assets companies of these was companies.26.25 of the 'It fifty-five degrees below zero ready have two men at the depot al'l I I of the war will take years to over. solution of this wage problem.agree upona store. 60o per bottle. -

centigrade or sixty-seven degrees<< below will buy our surplus produce of come, several members of the crew as "In accordance with the assurance I

RAILROAD PROBLEMS zero Fahrenheit. Altitude figures kinds at some price, and the serted.A gave last August and repeated in sub- UIICORNS ORCALLUSES

from the barograph readingindicated will let us bring in our vegetables and cordial welcome U given the! American stance in my letter of the 13th instant .
=--- a height of : they will sell them out for us as fast The children of Ham I I
f' Roads 37,000 feet and when calibrated ships. I shall at once request the carriers
Rates Must be Adjusteu are by Capt. Harrison W. Flick- as they can. Now,' what more do we burg crowded around the wharf where and the employes to join in this I OFF

' To SurviveIn nger, showed an oflcial altitude of I want 7 the Federal Bridge was berthed, and action. I believe such a step will go I

an address in "The Railroad Puz- 80,020( feet, a new world's record anda I a VERITAS. greeted the crew with utmost congen far toward clarifying and maturing I Doesn't hurt I Lift or

plo," delivered In Philadelphia Jan variation of less than 1,000 feet. iality. They appeared overly friendly the subject for final disposition.' In any corn
' 8, I>r. Emory U. Johnson, Dean of Thu mark set by Maj Rlllroederigain : among the largest inthe United States with the crew, and free4y discussed .' fact, the sort of board thus contem- I callus off with fingers

,'I the nation's leading authorities on give }him the record which lo- only four others having a greater the war and many subjects of cur plated by section 301 appears to be

-, railroad transportation, declared that land lohlfg won from him July :SO, number. Swift & Company now has rent events. Captain Ingalls says an an appropriate substitute for the committee '

"after the first of March the companies 1919, with an oficial altitude of 30,- over 35,000 share holder of record, American dollar in Germany is worth of experts which I have here-'

must be self-supporting or become 300 foet and later increased in a more than 10,000 of whom are ',m. seventy-two marks. tofore suggested, and indeed such a //Atfgf IL'iL31
bankrupt." Continuing he said: second flight to 31,000 feet. It also ployes. Over 13,000 other employes : "-- board will be authorized to go further

t "Can the rairoadii be successfully breaks the record of Adjt. Casale, a' have subscribed for shares under the I Ask Your Soldier Roy How "Cooties- than such a committee could have I ) A ,

financed and operated when they are French pilot who was credited with an new plan, making a total of above Got Such a Hold gone. I

returned to the owners For two years unofficial record of 33.137' feet." 48,000 persons who are will become He'll tell you that the battiefronts! "While it is true that the provisionsof
the Governnwnt has drawn upon" the' Maj, Schroeder was dressed= heavier shareholders of record. of Europe were swarming with rats, ( section 307 of the railroad bill relating |' .., T1I'j4J ,/

public treasury to sustain the credit than any Polar explorer who ever set which carried the dangerous vermin to the labor board will prob-I I ; "

' bf f ?;rrlJ.'rII.' I I forth lie literally was wrapped inflexible FACED GALLOWS TWICE. and caused our men miser Don't let ably also come into operation aa to ; llDoi't ll// 0

"If the carriers avoid failure their I electric heaters. His flying TO UK PAID $:>>.000 rats bring disease into your home- this wage matter, nevertheless the
income must cover operating 4.1Xllenllesl suit was lined with.the fur of Chinese when you see the first one get RAT- f parisan board can make a great :

mainteiihnco and capital! charges; if I nnchwang dogs, and between the fur Jackson, MUs.-Five thousand dol- SNAP. That will finish them quick. 3 of progress which will materially bl'l

' the companies.succed to the extent and outer lining, flexible electric heat hits rnmpenhution for twice facing the sizes, 25c, SOc, $1. Sold and guaranteedby minish the time to lie consumed by

:,.' that Is demanded In public interest, I units, conocted: by silk covered wires Kal.Twg and serving two years in the I I D. C. Jones and J. M. {Mitchell. I labor board and while the bi-partisan I

they must not only be! able to meet un. with the ijynanlijti of the engine, penitentiary, :although! an Innocent I I 1- board is functioning, the appointment

avoidable expensed, they must have heated the entire !lull:. 'I man, was voted today by the lower ,0 0II New Seed and organization of the labor boardcan

".' some surplus revenue, 'In a like manner his head gear, house of the Mississippi legislature to be expedited.

' 'If there Is no income to be used in I gloves and moccasins were heated. II Will 'Purvlo, of Lamar county i'i'P nuts "1 cannot; share the apprehension of I

pnrt for betterments and In part for Capt. Harrison w. Flickinjrer, chief Purvis was given the tlpath penalty yourselves and your constituents as to

building up a surplus or reserve fund, calibration o(1Ver( of McCook field, twenty.fiv* $-artl! nifo/ for the murderof Oats all varieties the l Vrovisions of the law concerning Buffer I A tiny bottle of
the i public will not invest In the rail. said Maj. Kchrooder's': record would be I William Huckeley{ a young !art* the labor board. I believe those provisions Freezone costa but a few cent at any

roada, their credit cannot be reestablished first sent to war department official heaV Columbia, Miss On, the '.Wy of Beans are not only appropriate in the drug store. Apply. few drops on the
String corns, calluses but
and maintained and corporative at Washington and later to officials, tecutUn' the noose slipped '1Yin Pur- interest of the public, which after all ton' of foot, then and lift"hard them skin"off. on

i' ownership and operation of the rail. of the Aero Club of America. THfc vis1 neck.when the, trap \."as sprung 2ITs! Sweet Corn all Varieties is principally their composed of workers \\he 8 f rcezone removes corns from the
' 'l- ways will fail. Aero CUib of America. roeofristifcd\ by and he toT) tq!"the groutM unhurt. The :: and families, but will be foundto toes or cau.e. from the bottom of feet

I "The IncotiKJ of the carriers is leter. I the Federation Aeronaut, Inter sheriff was again attempting to per. Melon be particularly in the interest of the skin beneath is left pink and healthy

e'' mined by iublic regulation, and pro- :I nationale, ,will be aBked l<> certify the I form the executlcm'when his attorneys railroad employes as a class. and never sore, tender or irritated.
record to the worM\ intervened with the contention that! a
that Velvet Beans
i'e"Y so; but from this it follows -....-
; the country must decide between a --(0:1':( trwn could not be punished twice forth
the I IN DEBT" lame offense. The hanging was English Pea'KICKLITER
to I
policy If adequate revenues
postponed and the sentence commuted TIME TO SPRAY
of the future and PROFITABLY
railroad coporntlotm IS AT HANDThe
_ ownerahip."Thn I "( et 'in debt," {la the advice of Louis te life imprisonment.
policy government
a government Is entitled to cro- )'. Swift, president of the packing After serving two years in the penitentiary JS longer-delayed the

to company, to his .mployu-"Get in Purvii was exonerated by a greater the expense!
dit for having given greater<< unity
railroad operation, both line and ter debt not for clothing or for luxuries, death confession of Joe Beard Marlon The Seed House We carry the rrost complete stock in the State, coeds are fresh

mica! It Vas done much that the carriers but for some investment of Intrinsic 'County farmer, who claimed that and we now have a large stock of all materials including:
were prohibited from doing.! The value that is worth saving for." Huckeley was killed by Louis Thorn- Arsenate of Lead Copper
This piece of business sagacitya I hill, another farmer, and that Purvis Paste Carbonate .
public now realise<< that co-operation and Powdered
of tho carriers in the joint use of contained in the i illustrated Year Hook ,' had no part in the killing. A pardon -, Dry Lime SulphurRwT

.. equipment and terminals should be of 1920 issued by Swift A Company.The !i was granted immediately by the gov. WANTEDSCRAP ? Goods Fish 0,1, Soap
encouraged., Instead of prevented., president's annual' address to 'I'nor. fidflf 40 Lime Su phur Solution
shareholders is feature of the book. I A
a Paris Creen
;' "The railroad legislation: now pending
solve difficult let. In di cuMlllng..the company's 191!) Bordeaux Mixture pyrox
In Congress must many
', critical employes' stock Raving plan, Mr. IDIEso IRON Caustic Soda
questions, but the most RATS Sulphur Flour & FlowersTARGET
that of providing for the future Swift says: BRAND WHITE
one FLY
. regulation of railroads in accordance "I have said before to employes, METALSRUBBER DESTROYER FOR WHITE FLY AND SCALE
will carriers Got in debt.' It has turned out to bea do mice, once they eat RAT-SNAP. tir We have oooo feet of half'1nch
with a policy that cause three braid Glide Spray
t ,
: good thing. Many employee have And they leave no odor behind. Don't Hose best on the
sufficient to enable market. hardly
to revenue<<
secure possible
kink it will stand
' told me that going into debt to buy II take our word for It-try a package. : limited ;
', them to perform their services adequately pressure "cady for immediate stock
and with progressive efficiency. company stock was the bent thing Cats and Hops won't touch it. Rats BONES just received from th factory "
did financially and all food to tfet RAT.SNAP.
The railroad business must be that they ever ; pass up
' made attractive to private investments that it has been the means of their Three,sizes. SACKS AND RAGS WRITE FOR LATEST PRICE LIST.
'' acquiring a permanent Investment 25c size ((1 cakeenough for Pantry Our
or the country will have to sprayers and fittings have
: given satisfaction, for fifteen
reasonable income that Kitchen Cellar.
returning a or for lit You
Writ. u* price will be
ownership and operation served
; adopt government of the railroad There ill no they otherwise would not have had." SOc size '(2 cakes) for Chicken rears. know your needs. by a man with 35 yean experience.

!Mr. Swift further advises his em house Coops or Small Buildings. I ,
other alternative. ployes concerning investments! : "As $1.00 size (5 cakes) enough for all 0 0I FEMNSILAR METAL COMHANY

: Colds Cause hip and Influenza soon as you get one thing paid up, buv" farm and outbuildings, storage"buildings I Jacksonville FloridaHfflfUjmmmmujm E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Company
something else and get in debt again. I or factory buildings.
LAXATIVE! DKOMO QUININE Tihfets """, ova the' The president points out that the Sold and Guaranteed by 'Mitchell'sDrug JACKSONVillE FLORIDA.
Thorn I I. only on* "Biunto Quinln Da DmD1 yffTj
' eau compan/ point of share holders, is Storv-aiKl! D. C. Jones. 3.54t.HiflhlliltS ...
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New of Florida in Short Paragraphs.fe -I

Live State. News]

Get Goodyear Tire Economy for
rE Told by Our Exchanges

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Alachua county male convicts That Small Car
" n leased to Brooks Scanlon I ence between oficials. the The strikers strike leaders and shipyard -

' Lion, of Jacksonville for (106! are
I jockeying to first' secure
:" a perfect or-
r month.
ganization.i .
I' I -
ta meeting this week the
county i Oslon who
was on the aft deck
.4 t'Of education let the .contract of the yacht was knocked down by Just as owners of the highest-priced auto
building at Moore
I the force of the explosion and
to W. C. Robertson & Co., the his foot in the caught mobiles get greater mileage and economyout
rigging in such
I way
.::11; price being 35.460.. | that he
I i' ff"tjF'i" ;: I: l' ally burned could before not escape he could and be was taken fat- of Goodyear Tires, so can the owners l

!I ;.": 'pound T varel cabbage Herald measuring has on exhibit 60 1-2 off the yacht. I I t' of smaller cars similarly enjoy Goodyear

around or 5 feet one-half inch. Sarasota was shocked and greived e b advantages.
I C S s monster cabbage was grown at last Friday" evening when the news

' -Wart Apopka by CoHman and Cline. came that a gasoline explosion had and inch sizes of
); )WO occured on the Vidofner II, the Ringling The 30x3-, 30x3 -, 31x4

I' ;}.'hduW." ( Scott Braddock of Sebastian yacht which had been in Tampa Goodyear Tires are built to afford a money's
'1' '.was Wiled in for the
Daytona Thursday by a past several weeks having new )
'!,, tau down the stairs at the hotel at engines installed and other changes worth in performance and satisfaction which

I .;,;;J'.which and he was that stopping death ensued crushing at the hisskull Sarasota's made and that most Ben popular S. Oslo young, one men of, only the utmost in experience, resources s sand

, \\t.: hospital few hours later. had been fatally injured. care can produce. \

:rite. The Pensacola Shipbuilding Com- Bound from Port-St. liiii ;;Ilii. This worth beginsnot
I Joe Fla., to extraordinary money's
4'/ ,;"''.'pany'. plant Wednesday operated Caibarien Cuba with
760,000 feet of
$i\ about half with the of these tires but '
the usual number of menpresent lumber owned by the Denton-Shore only merit .

f i l,'i ., but despite the strike the com Lumber Company the steel schooner also with the first cost which in most cases ..:
; parry successfully launched its sixth Priscilla L. Day is reported wreckedon ,

I }i,. !steamship the Kockport 9,000 tons. West.on a reef about six miles from Key is no greater, and sometimes actually is less,
1 t Strawberry prices: for the the ship aaptain and were and carried crew abandoned to Key- than that of'other makes of the same types .

'jiJ1 three days have been very good averaging West. The schooner is 049 net tons
{ forty-three cents per quart: I formerly the Henry L. Peckham built I of tires.
i -Shipments aggregated 42,240:! quarts in 1891.
'!?k ''Which, Amounted to $18li3.2u:! for Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station

'.1ti'City I Strawberries.. in three alone days. coming into Plant charged William with Pellicer the of murder Hastings of, who Levey is Dealer for Goodyear Tires for your Ford,

l rTbe Boss also of Hastings was carried to ChevroletDort,Maxwell,or other cars taking
) storm which
struck the Ilil- the V
county Jail at St.
Augustine Tues-
". /ft jrd section about two weeks ago, day afternoon and was held without these sizes. He is ready to supply you Good
Il, Jit tore down nine outbuildings and tore bond pending his
preliminary hearing Tourist Tubes the time. '
: Heavy at same
Ii'ii'kitchen away from the main hose in Hastings Monday. From such evidence year
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the farm of Mr.
4M., Dutcher near Hiltiard. as can be obtained it would
ap- a
'tuv ; The lumber was blown for pear that the killing of Ross grew out 1\
:Ij Wiles and not enough left of the nine of a dispute between the two men
: buildings il to rebuild even a small one. 'which originated in, a quarrel over I
'j'% Its damage is placed at $1GOO.Wtoft some "shine" that occurred Sunday

\' i ', night near the old county stockade ._ __ _
) "I ji!j After reading of the shipments of I the Dixie Highway. on I ": :. ; _.c i-; ::

.:.?.ts7etablcs from Wauchula one might I -
$:,** lead to believe that that is strictly Richard Davis, a negro; of Jackson
.t :a Vegetable growing country and not ville, 103 years old whose mind is
y,, one of the best orange sections in thei. I feble, set fire to the house where he : 3Ox 3ft Goodyear Double-Cure $2000 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube arc thick, strong Cub.* thatreinforce a
Fabric, AU-Weather Tread- cuing properly. Why risk aqswd cuing with
>rld, but in the season just closed I lived 1516
| Cemetery
I street
Monday tube
cheap tloodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes tout little more
j auchula shipped over one hundred afternoon. The old man built a fire I 30x3Vx Goodyear Single-Cur.. $-f'765 than tubes of leu. merit. 3Ox3'/i else, in ,
l q, and twenty-five thousand boxes of city in a closet in a bedroom thinking that Fabric, And-Skld Tnd___ A /- proof <"-f ___IVa'er$3QO tr rf.
'y) -. :fruits.t' I I I he was building the fire in a fireplace. I
( it not been for the
Iliad prompt action ,
I'' -re is now growing in the tcrri-J I fire department the house .
: .\" from ania to I
I'ompano City kpdmately would have been burned completely. '' f.-
e, ..- 16,000 acres of tomatoes I III I I Deputy Sheriff Meado Hunt went to''
e largest crop ever attempted in that'i the place and secured the old man and ,
!x !>It,> borne of the growers are ship- I'!II he was removed to the Duval county G 0 1
: lC.. Recent excessive rains, and I jail by Police Officer A. V. Wads- '
\i rest, caused considerable damage inlaces ''I worth.

but notwithstanding these set- I 1s
cks, a large yield is anticipated. From Palmetto comes the report
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that the shipments of vegetables for :,
i :Wauchula will soon be seen in the the past week amounted to 225 car-
nth in the movies. Movie Pictures loads. To some people who still believe
orange groves as the pickers that .
g gath- very little grows in Florida -------- -- - -- -
,the fruit, of packing houses show. soil this statement would be a shock knocked down Mrs A. W. Brecmar in H. N. Hadircs: A. G. Dyal Harvey _. -
how the fruit is prepared for mar. but many are beginning to understandthat her home Church street, Jacksonville.One TEACHER OF White F. M. Witt J. C. Poppcll Hill COFFINS CASKETS
and truck fields stock etc. The things grow in a way tha t is suspect has been arrested and he' Adams. Judge J. T. Wills M. J.. Mc- And a full line of
1I t sit is being done for the Wauchula amazing here and the shipments are is being closely interrogated. Mrs. Rae, W. O. Brooks, L. II. Futch. A. M.
opment Co and the pictures will often more than mere trainloads. The Breemar entered her kitchen to pre MUSIC VERYENTHUSIASTIC Blanchard J. S. Mercer C. A. "Futch Undertakers' Supplies
sr. shown by their agents throughout Palmetto News says the two hundredand pare the moring meal. The negro B. F. Flnley Miss Ollie Silcox, F. W. Automobile Hearse. },
'North. twenty-five cars leaving Palmetto who had broken into the house knocked Edenfield H. H. Jorum A. Lune Robert Always on hand. The best ac*>
"j ------ last week were mainly loaded 'with her down with the butt of a revolver. W. Courson W. J. Griffin J. F. vice at the lowest price Special
On account of tho big profits in celery lettuce and cabbage. Truckersare The woman screamed and the Colley, O. J. Griffin, J. A. Coleman attention to telegraph orders.
ranges much land has been cleared now busy planting potatoes and negro struck her two more blows in Mrs. Levy O. Witt A. L. Crews R. W.
,;t 4j t In"the Turnbull Hammock, and thous- are fairly well assured of a big crop. the head. Mrs. Brcemar's son, who I McLcMHl. W. R. Hodge. R. F, Harden Registered( Embalmer
,7J" : 4Uld. of orange trees planted this win. heard her cries rushed from another MISS CANTRIL DECLARES TAN. W. A. Browning M. W. Mason Mr*. (
I fIi..r.1; Among the growers who have Andrew Goolsby a Seaboard Air part of the, house to asist his mother. S. J. Kelly Min J. II. Moore, Mrs. OeWITT C. JONES
: (planted the largest number of treesthis Line Railway special agent was shotin The negro evidently hearing him approaching LAC IS BEST MEDICINE SHE Emily Abbott E. S. Sibley Paul En-
i winter is A. Clement Terwilligar the face and badly wounded in Jack. jumped through the win e EVKIC HEARD OF gel Miss heavy Harris J. J. Morgan Starke, Fla.
l.t. whO has over two thousand young sonville by thieves shortly before' 10 dow and made his escape E. II. Carter James Rosier Mrs. Elsie sa.r sa- .
i orange trees set out in the Turnbullhammock o'clock Saturday night. It was reported "I am simply delighted over my fliers J. S. Howard F. A. Scott Mrs.J. --- -
r'I' ( which is said to be among I f that he is not in- danger of los- wonderful improvement since I began W, Chapman W. S. Croft, J. D. ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHEName
1" ,the best lands in Florida. ing his life. The shooting took placein Federal Judge Sheppard of Tampa taking Tanlac" was the enthusiastic : Smith W. 11. Bloodsworth H. (;. Yarborough -
j' il\\li\\ \' the western part of the city. Gools- has ordered William B. Mackinson of statement made by Mitm Louise Can. Mrs. Sarah McDonald Rev
)) k A."' 'i/William: Sanders of Pensacola aged by with another special agent named Kissimmee, held for having in his possession tril popular music teacher of 8405 E. C. Wells L. V. Moore Sam Dukes) "Bayer" in on Genuine
!., < "H years died Friday night after Dorman saw four men in the act of aigrettes and plumes valued at )Elm street Los Angeles Cal. J. I). Goodman David Clt'mons. Mr!!. Aspirin-ssy Bayer dr
I$ struc'k by an automobile'driven by robbing box cars. They approachedand more than $12,000. lie was arrested I "..'or.s long as I can remmgbcr my Joe Anna Chestnut, S. L. Johns W. H.
'sn unknown party. The accident took called to them to surrender. in his store In Kissimmee followingthe kidneys troubled me and I rarely ever GUf'I'n'y. Mr. Julio Knight: Nat Williams
S place at an early hour on East Geog- shots were excahnged immediately trail which led from New York .I got a good night's rest" she contlniit J. T. Andrews H, A. Hazcn, H. N
lory street and eye witnesses stated special agents fired several shots and city to the Everglades.: Capt. Pacett >d. "1 lost my appetite completely N. Klrkmon Rawson Davis Mrs. n
['that the car was not stopped but if their firing was returned. Goolsby warden of the Florida district, posing. und what I managed to swallow by Mary Reddish J. B. Howe, J. G. Boyil.,
'.anything the speed was accelerated was wounded. The thieves ran but it as a tourist, arranged to buy aigrettes : sheer force of will would ferment and A. J. Cownrt Oslo Pearce, C. M. An-
y and the guilty auto was soon lost in Is thought: that one of them was hit. from him. When the actual sale was cause so much gas that my heart dreu nilcry Thomas II. I"'. Price<< T. fs
''i ( the darkness. made Wardens Farnham of New York'' would palpitate terribly and at times M. Uiherd, Janper U. Brown, W. T. {
1.1- I Expectation that West Palm Beach and Hirsch of Washington, arrested i. I came near fainting. I fell off from Lewis, J. W. Pop.ell| T. 1'. Ward, .l.
,.The Dutton Phosphate Company I I, and Lake Worth will soon be indistinguishable him. The seizure is regarded as the one hundred arid twenty pounds to F. Summers, J. 1. Oubottp, C A S'nlf.
E'One of the oldest companies in the at the point of their meeting most important in years in connection I ninety-eight: and was HO nervous and J. I). Douglass S. W. Williamson, M.
)state has been recently taken over in corporation boundary lines is being with the government's effort to stamp weak I had to give up my work. C. Rosier B. Johns, W. W. Ward, Miss :
|.oy; an English corporation, and itsiatain I realized in the development work going out killing of migratory birds and the j "Medicines and treatments did not Ida Sweat W. K.: Webb, Mrs J. O. Inifil en "Hirer Tablets of Asplrla"
{: offices have been moved from on in the municipalities. It is only traflr in their plumage. I do me a bit of good and I lout faith In Luke, J. .'. Johnson J. II. Prevail, W direction In "Bayer for pack.g"t Headache.containing Cold, proper Pals
I Gainesville; to Ocala. They have also I because road-building and sidewalk them. A friend of mine kept( insisting M. Curlylo... Neuralgia Lumbago aDd RbeumatUm.Naaie .
?f'changed its name from the Dutton construction firms already have more that I try Tanlac and to please, her I -- -- - "n.y.,," mean genuine Aspirin
J.'(Phosphate" Company to Lon Cola 'orders than they can fill that the process Sheriff Hudson returned to Dade did. Now t can't thank her enough'I The Quinine That Does Not Ailed The Head. nreaoribed tiy physicians for nineteen
oBphate Co. Lon Cola is a com- Is not faster. Contractors who City Saturday from New Castle Wyo., for the way Tanlac helped' me is noth. D4aun. of It. tonlr and 'lm..'lve *ff_. LAXA1IVK year, Handy tin boxes, of 12 tabletscoat
r tion of London and Ocala thus : clear land as well as the other firms bringing Rev. R. p. Maxwell who Is ing short of remarkable. My appetitecame anyone IlKOMU wlthtiut I QIJININI.caunlnil neb arwu.eic.col ran Iw rlnttlfitf tnk'Uhy few. ceota., Aspirin !Is trade mark .
, I I ng Ocala to one of the largest ci- I are unable to obtain all of the equipment wanted in Dade City on charges of right bark and I rat anythingI III the Imad. LWGNUVfB.Itnamreoo<< >.,. I'M' of. Payer of Manufacture Ballcjrlleacld.of lrfonoa* *tlerldeatr J:' ,

s in the world.p'aasersby and labor they need to do the embezzlement and wife desertion. novo want without.the slightest; trouble. -
I -- work that is offered them. Maxwell was connected with the Meth. My kidneys seem to be In perfect! "DIAMOND DYE" OLD ; 1"j 1-
\ who watched a well dres. odist church at Trilby and part of the shape and I sleep all night long like a GARMENTS LIKE NEW .
man calmly taking jcwerly from That the three men on board the gas time stayed at Dade City until about child. I have Rained so much both in f
display window of a jewelry store boat Corine Long died of poisoning right months ago a young lady of that weight and strength and am no happyI Any woman nan dye fadmi. ndaMiywearing .
the heart of Miami's business dis- presumably from eating tainted can- place complained that he had wronged don't! hesitate to say Tanlac ii l the apiarel| whetherwool, silk, eot '" GOOD 70iw
ct early Tuesday evening thought ned goods and were not drowned has her He was placed in jail but married best medicine I ever heard of." ton line. or mlz 'I tt \ just like new, liv following slmpln i t he was merely a window trimmer been disclosed at Cedar Key upon the the girl and was relrasod. He Tanlac Is sold by druggists everywhere in each package of"Diamond( l)y..a."
ing out a display. Instead it waservy alTlval of the body of Carl Willis one lived with her only a few days and .-Adv, .
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burglar who turned on the of the men aboard the ill-fated vessel then disappeared. When he left it is --'-- -- SCALED TINS ONLY .
hts after forcing: an entrance thru which was driven ashore near Port claimed that hI took with him about TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL NO MORE RATS ATYDUBGPOCCaSMAXW&L '
rear and cooly rifled the shows Inglis half submerged. The dead are: $200 of church funds. His where- S
and windows of $25,000 worth Carl Willis, this city; Mr. Gerock of abouts were unknown until about a Names of Those. Who Paid Rubwrlp- or mu'raftyo1, RAT-SNAP Its HOUSE i
jewelry. The robber escaped and is Homassasa and Melvin Baker, Cedar month ago when the sheriff hoard that lion During FebruaryW. a sure rode! nt k. ;I'--' Try a .,klt. and .
+ being sought by the police. Keys,. R. O. Foster reported on he was in Weston county Wyo.. in I prove it. KW k.lh'.lh RAT SNAP: COFFEE
: board the vend did not leave here charge of a church. The nhr-riff thorp W. Roberts, J. A. Williams H. I'leave no smell ( a"t or d IfS won't a'\,'
Conseratlvo estimate of the num- with with it and is safe here. The arrested him upon request of Mr. Hudson Austin J. T. hickey, Dr. G. W. Brown torn-h it. filial: an trod. :wIIU-. i.raf
of employes of the Pensacola ship bodies were taken off by a party from and as soon al requisition paper Mrs. O. M. Alvarez Miss Entcllo 2lir! size ((1 cake I enough for Pan '
d on strike totals about GOO men. Port Inglis and after examination of could be procured the sheriff went after nlcr, Hydro-Carbon Light Co., T.I..a'i try Kitchen or Cel'sr.CQc habitual' Constipation CuredIn
bout 400 of these men walked out the stomach of one of the men the him. Douglas, Geo. Ashford, J. F. size (2 cakr<< ) for Chicken 14 to 21 Day t tLAX.'f't
'csday morning, but figuring the bodies were sent to tha respective ; G. A. Joh-son, D. G. Kelly W. L. I House, Coops or Small Building. >S WITH rtPSlN" is a specially!
her cf men who went on strike homes of the men. i Clark John Parker R. M. Hersey $1.00 a'.r.e: i5: auk) enough: f',ir all |.ire|'..rnd hyrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
ring the past few days the number :.- I an.'. Tuteleaa cUO TSJNSBrlrhlnl Frank O. Peterson W. A. Collcy. Ms! farm and outbulMic- a"rage build- should CunKiii
strike. according to general reports Officers of the law Wednesday raaur.e vk.lky sad tnwty by paalylae sad.. Rhoda Thorns. II. F. Parmentrr D. J. lows or fnr-ry builflings. to Induce regular action. It Stimulates' and
ounts to about 800. At the present night were making every effort to run the bloat You a soon seal k.gtreoua Byrd C. C. MrCall J. Uglow, J. F. Fwd and) Giwnwntee| by Mitchell's Knlulntnii.' Very Pleasant to Take. > 600
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