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 12, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04537
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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test; Source of "Shine" Destroyed Mr L. M. Rhodes of the state marketing 1 -
4i by Sheriff and Pose bureau failed to get! here to ad. i \\oman'H Suffrage Subject of Much Wu Assaulted on Street by Candidate
dress the farmers last Saturday and I Comment' at Capital Because He Didn't Gel. "Scnd'olT"'

tf Another illicit distillery of huge pro the meeting was addressed by Mr. II. -
, portions was discovered by Sheriff Ep- L. Shearer, of Ocala. Owing to the i Tallahassee March 10.-The pontd- KiMsimmee, March 7.-W. II. Harrl .:.;, I
| person and Deputy Sheriff Baisden cold weather ana! the prevalence of the L, A. Duncan Makes Quarter Million Dollar Sale bility of the convening of the legislature editor and one of the owners of the :
I Monday afternoon. These gentlemen flu but few farmers attended. : in extraordinary session within I Klssimmee Valley Gazette, had his '
r, believing that a still existed not far! Mr. Shearer is president of the Mar - the near future is the subject of much I. right eye gouged out Saturday whenhe
* from the last large one they found, ion County Farmers Educational and The largest/ sale of sea island cotton burn bought at prices considerably I talk in the capital city. Indeed, there was unexpectedly attacked on the
were out Monday afternoon on a Cooperative Union and has had some ever known in Bradford county, higher than the market price after appears to be! a good deal of sentiment I street by Fred M. Bass, candidate for
March. They traveled along the The very valuable experiences in organizing and probably the largest ever to have the'break came Knowing that the in favor of calling an extra session the state senate from the Nineteenth
resas road, and about three quarters the farmers of Marion county He taken place in the state of Florida, supply of sea island cotton was decreasing for consideration of the Susan B. senatorial district comprising the
of a mile southeast of Mrs. Dees' place is an interesting talker and it is regretted was consummated a few days ago, on account of the boll weevil Anthony amendment to the federal counties of Osceolu, Orange and Semlnole. -
found a road leading off easterly, that more were not present to when L. A. Duncan, of Lake Butler, infestation' he simply stored his cot- constitution, and it is said that friendsof .
which looked like it had been much hear him. Mr. Shearer states that it sold 695 bales, weighing 262,167 ton in a Jacksonville warehouse and the governor will urge him to call Ituss becameincensced with Mr.lIa..i. .
<;:traveled. The officers, taking this is but a question of time until the pounds, to Eastern cotton mills resolved to leave it there until the this extra session. because he did not receive a

,road,' went about a mile and a half farmers of Florida will bo organized.He l through a New York broker. The cot- time came when he could Rot $1 per The opinion is expressed that ,tho rending notice in the Kissimmee Valley -
4 And found that it led into Barrow bay, says that Marion county has practically ton brought: the handsome price of $1 pound for t it. All offers of less than legislature of West Virginia now in Gazette, when he advertised! his
raw large and nearly impenetrable completed the organization for per pound making the money consideration this price were firmly declined. Other session will probably ratify the amend announcement in tho paper Friday,
1 swamp. They left the car and going their county and they are now reaping over a quarter of a million holders became feverish and disposed meat Washington and Delaware convenes March 6th. !
f Into,, the bay they saw a man coming benefits never before attained. Theyare dollars or to be exact $262,1 67.OO. of their cotton, some of them at less it is said on the 22nd of Marchto Words .j 1
f,.tnV<< The sheriff hailed him, but he now incorporating a farmers purchasing This big deal was closed up by Mr. than 50 cents per pound but tl.e Lake I ratify, and it in believed, that OUll'l'"tllt.S in the passed between the two men
Quickly disappeared among the thick and selling agency which will E. W. Hayes, of Starke, and was the Butler man nut steady in the boat and will cull extra sosttions, if these Buss cilice of the Gazette Friday and
jt.ltrowth& of bushes. Going farther inIthe be composed of farmer stockholderswho result of a trip he made to the Con- waited for his day to roll around. His' states should not ratify became insulting and was ordered a
necticut and Massachusetts cotton good business judgment has been vindicated out of the office. Saturday as Editor .1
ffficcrs found a large copper still will be represented in this agency I Among those who have openly expressed
?wIth fire under it, and no less than 45 bydirectors elected by the stock mills in December of last year for thepurnnse and he has made a big roll in. themselves in thin matter is was crossing the parkway 11. .
barrels of "buck" and four bar- holders. The of this of negotiating a direct sale stead of pocketing a heavy loss. on Broadway, Bass approached him,
fc empty purpose ag'ncywill I Hon.[ Rivers II. Buford, of Muriunna, asked him if lie intended to apologize
rate: be' to market farmers products I of this lot of cotton.Everybody Mr. Duncan isone, of the most progressive
who was in Tallahassee today and who
or would he Ilnss have
to give him a
who knows the history and far-sighted business men ,
X&Knowing that the operators of the and purchase their supplies, which will I said: .
eliminate possible speculation these : of Mr. Duncan's tenacity and "nerve"in i ii in the county, and what he made as a
|Still must be near by and that guns commodities and reduce the on holding to this cotton will congrat- result of his nerve and patience will "]t is practically certain that the Harris replied he had nothing ,:
f Wight then be expensein i .
" even on them del1vl'ringfrom manufacturer ulate him cordially on finally winning be put to work in developing business Susan B. Anthony amendment to the to apologize for. Thereupon! Bans
f'I the officers decided to let well enough producer to the consumer. This or : out in a situation that at times looked interests that will redound to the general federal constitution wil ]have been rat. grasped the editor by the collar and ascuffle
Alone for the time being:, and return. agency ified by the requisite number of states
's will be incorporated with a capital rather hopeless. Two years ago when good of the county. The Telegraph ensued. Buss i I. a young man ,
ed home. The next morning they went he in before April 1, guaranteeing to the about six feet three inches tall und \
); stock of 20000. lie reports that 60per the cotton market declined heavily joins most cordially congratulating
back to the bay accompanied by a poe cent of the capital stock has been had on hand about 600 bales that had him on his good fortune. women of this country the rights of weighing over 200 pounds liar ris Is
... They found that the still had been sold. exercising the franchise, but until a man of small stature and weight '
moved away, but they emptied the some state legislation is hud providing and had no chance in the encounter.lie '
''AI beer and burned the barrels. This still HOUSE APPROVES ARMY OF I l'l'liIoW:'- : CANDIDATES: the method and requisites of qual- fell and Buss on top of him struck
!;,Was an elaborate affair of copper, 'INTERESTING LETTER FROM TilE 4 316.820 MEN AND OFFICERS ifying the female voter she cannot him with his fist and then gouged '
, large enough to hold at least a hundred I SEA __ i Business. m picking up in the matterof safely participate in tho party or gen Harris' right eye with one of Ms
l', gallons, and furnished with a Washington, March 10.: Pleas of candidates for the office of county eral elections, and th'rl'tort'J it would gore, the nail penetrating deep IIn)1)1
good<< worm of iron pipes. George Hoffman, a former Starke "little army" men to reduce the mili- I commissioner.; The Telegraph has five cWtainly become the duty of the governor the optic.

|*''Tbe sheriff's office will give a suit. boy and nephew of Mrs. J. R. Davis, tary expenses were Dejected; today by new announcements this week, all for to call the Florida legislature in Sheriff Ingram and others pulled It
able 'reward for information leading : writes an interesting letter while on the house which approved peace-time commissioner special session before November to )tars! off the prostrate form of the editor J.
\to : tie arrest and conviction of the board the steamship West Humbria. establishment of 290,000 men and 17- I Mr. I. W. Pinholster breaks the ice provide the machinery necessary to ..

' moonshiners. Sheriff Epperson and This letter is addressed to his aunt, 820 officers, after rejecting three proposals I in the I liampton-Dronker district lIe qualify the female voter to participate Mr. Harris, Saturday, went to Tam- t
M fits deputies have done well in discov. 'Mrs. Davis, and is as follows: for. a smaller force. The decision is the first to announce for commissioner in the general! ulevtion. As a session pa. and placed himself In the hands of u
many stills as they have, but I Enroute Jacksonville to Savannah, though not final was reached I from that part of, the county I of the legislature: may be as conveniently an eye: specialist and it was ascertained
rfinding needles in hay stacks is very i Feb. 15, 1920. by a three to one vote, leading supporters i lie is one of the good substantial citizens and economically culled at onetime that the finger nnll of lines cut f
'difficult and they ask the public to Dear Aunt Katie: *y of the army reorganizationbill ; of his section, und will give good i us at another, I think that should through tho pupil of the eye, enterIng .
elp them. I received your leter and was very to believe that it virtually nettled ; service in any position he is chosen to I this amendment be adopted before a the lent, cutting It loose It flouting .:

__ .- glad! that you were thoughtful enoughto the peace-time program.In I fill.In date too late for such action the governor about and the science of an optician !- ,1
i :. THERESSAiThercssa have a letter in Jax. for me on my addition to authorizing a regular district No. 2, Lake flutter and should Immediately, in common cannot anchor it. Mr. Harris will p
!>,f.'r". return. army 100,000 stronger than providedby Worthington, S. M. Dukes and J. M. I fairness to tho women of Florida, calla bo blind In this eye for life. J
March 12Messrs. D. J. I had planned to spend a few daysin : the national defense act of 1916 : Conner announce for commissioner special session of the legislature Bass gave bond for his appearancein ;f f.h
lip''(" and Charlie Gillyard returned Starke with you before I left again the house also accepted a lesson of the' Thin makes a three-handed content in ,, convene for tho purpose of passing. the city court Monday morning. Editor ,
me Wednesday night: from Larkins but things matured faster than I had world war by adopting the principle that district:! C. A. Roberts bring the iipruHsury. laws to allow the woman Harris returned lust night from ;
pre they had been employed for aweeks. any idea of.I of permitting the tactical organization other candidate. 1 I who may wish ti> vote to qualify In Tampa in weakened. state from his .1.1I
"' They report that nearly had told the captain that I was of the army to be prescribed by In the Starke district, J, M. Brown- time to participate in the June prl- I<'nre. ,
hing was frozen during the last going up for the third mate's examj the president instead of by law. Like- lee, the present commissioner, and J. miry"IIONOR '..- C ,
Sao nation, and after I quit the ship at wise, it approved of making Depurate t 1... Underhill, a former commissioner,J I ---- LAWTEY: ti
Masters Homer and Emery Sloan Jacksonville he requested me to go to corps of the air service, the chemical I enter the race Both have heretofore' ROLL BROOKUK SCHOOL' -- $

uJ'1ed to their home at Sampson the inspectors, for he needed a third I warfare service and the finance department -I I proved themselves good men for the lo8wh'larch! 12.-R. (;. Bennett, <
tvFriday afternoon. After several mate at once, and he has promised to but refused to divorce the office, and doubtless a great many vo. First GI'adc-ll'is Drown, i'enrl of Jacksonville, was a visitor to Law- \
e visit here with relatives take me as second mate when we leave I transportation and the construction I I ten will have difficulty in deciding between Gainey, Lemur Lewis, Coleman Dens toy !Sunday
W. A. Jones was transacting busi- Savannah. So you see what a chanceI services from the quartermaster de them. -Miss Eunice!: Hazcn, teacher Mrs A. A. Smith wan a victor to "
partment. .- __._- Second GI'8.11t1 ',,"ie ColHon Clarence *
in Hampton Saturday. now have to make good and you can Stiarke' Thursday.
i e farmers of our community load- bet your boots that I am going to I WOODMEN INSURANCE: Morgan, Alvin Hazcn.-MJHSHndle Mr. and Mrs J. I). I Randall have returned '
Lear of sweet potatoes last week. make good or you will never see me INFLUENZA PRECAUTIONSBy Croft teacher to Luwtey after spending Hires :
T, and Mrs. II. E. Moorer and son, again until I do. To Sovereigns of Woodcraft Camp Fourth Grade-Lol Gainey: ,-Miss months In Cincinnati, Ohio, and other I
bur, left Saturday for Larkins, I now have a nice room all by myself order of the state board of health 138 and other. interested: Marguerite Shiiver, teacher points North. I
are they expect to spend some time and a boy to keep and clean it for the prevention of the spread of influenza Sovereign Commander Fraser hast Sixth Grade_Anona Colson.-Miss Rev. J. C. Diggs, of Starke, was in j

relatives. for me. I eat at the captain's table the following regulations are I t I announced an extension of time for Bcdle Croft, teacher Luwtey Thursday I
M. Brinson returned home Wed- and always have clean linen and tablecloths in force until further notice: I I I rerftting, without the necessity of the Seventh Grade-Roy Andrews Ella Word was received here last week I'
y night from South Florida, af- and to top it all '1 will have The closing of the Bradford High medical examination, subject of course Mae) flaxen, Jennie Maude Cronby of the death of Mr. James Itanium in "
lots of time to and believe I r t Miss B die Croft, teacher Jacksonville. Hannan
pending several weeks there. study meI School. to certain restrictions. The following was a.res '
n. S. B. Woodard and daughters, am going to try to learn, for I have The closing of all places of figures may prove interesting, If you Eighth Grade-lla Belle Crosby ident of East Lawtey for several ;yean '} 1
sells and Jatiie Maule, were visitors taken a big job and the second mateis ments. amuKe'l are undecided as to rcraling. E. W. Carter, teacher and has many friends here who extendto
the county metropolis Saturday. the navigating officer and :you see I In the churches the Let 'us take the rate of a member, Ninth Grade-Lottie Gainey, Ix>- the bereaved family their deepest

B. Triest sent a carload of cab- will have my hands full.I vice and the evening service Sundays present age 25, age at joining 20, rene llazen, Inez Abernathy, LubndiaPltiholster sympathy
did want to to Starke and discontinued. .-E. W. Carter, tree her. Rev. Ernest flllud "
ige to Washington D. C., one daylaat sure go have been now paying the old rate of 94 cents Boyer his regular
1<\ week. see you and Uncle Jack and catch The i discontinuance of the weekly a month and carrying a lien of $87 -- appointment at the LawUy Baptist ,
\, I B/M.. King was in Palatka Satur- some of the "big mouths" at Kings- drill of the military company, under ''option three. The interest on CARD OF THANKS church Sunday
but I guess there will be lots of the barber at Rev. J. J. Trcadwcll of St.
t transacting business. ley The closing of shops this lien at 4 per cent will be 29 centsa Augun-
\\D. W. Moore and son, Cecil, were vis- them when I get back. I am glad to 4 p. m. until 9 o'clock the following month which added to your rate We sincerely thank the many friends tine, district superintendent was in I
dta to Brooklyn Sunday. hear that Uncle Jack is in such good morning. who assisted us during the Illness and Lawtey last week, holding the firstquiiitelly
makes $1.2:1: per month on a .
',,\Messrs. M. Z. and C. Sullivan wereiong health but how could he be otherwise -- - ...- actually worth $913,00. Note the after the death of our darling baby, conference, I
. the visitors to the county seat when Dr. Davis is looking after him. THE LAW OF COMPENSATIONFirst cost if you take option four with the and our especial gratitude Is due Dr : C. J, M. Shine, of Jacksonville, wan ';
't Saturday. We expect to get to Savannah tomorrow monument privilege. Your rate wouldbe Maines for his untiring ministrations.Mr a visitor to Luwtey /Sunday. I

\j.(><.!Last Wednesday night Miss Minnie morning and we will be there boy (Monday morning) : 1.33 and ;your certificate good for ., and. Mrs. Madison Moore, I Mr. and Mrs W. A. !Dubose, of _
$?Bajan; entertained a number of her about ten days loading rosin and cotton Hurrah, kids! They have shet up full face value, $1,000. There's a difference -- ". Stake! were victors to Luwtey Sun t! ,
t A,friends with a pound party.- Several then we sail for Ban Francisco, school, 'count o' the bully "flu." really of only 10 cents a monthno IIUSIMISS:: CHANGE: day.Mr. }:i

+.ilOf the young folks were present and via the canal. We will be there a Second boy: interest, no lien. Of course if and Mrs. Tom Overslrcet, of J$ ,
time and then leave for Yoko- fool C. A, Mixoii has leased. his store Jacksonville at the homo I
}K f;. !any games were enjoyed. After the short Aw, bunk, come down you silly you let your interest compound at 6 were guests\
'. they were invited into the din- homa, Japan, and then if there are no They've closed the movies too. cent then death building and sold his stock of goods of Kev. and Mrs W. L. Ovcrstreet
games per at :your your certificate -
'rag; room where a delicious supperas I changes (which there often are) we -- would be worth less than the to W. M. Bryan who' will ocupy the Sunday.W. .
served. After supper the guests will nail for Shanghai China, and lake ATTENTION, W. O. W. $913.00. It would be wiser to pay the upper part of the building an a 1'0111-1 It. Strickland, of Inverness, wasa !
' and Liverpool dence und in the large store room visitor first of tho week. '. I
ntlnued the games until a late hourhen a cargo for Genoa Italy, interest annually rather than to haveit to I.uwtcy .
they departed for their respec- England.: Then it is back to There will be a public discussion of compounded at 5 per cent. Again low will keep a well selected stock : Prof. Albert I Dubosa spent Saturdayin l '
Jacksonville for it W. O. W. rates at the Camp Hall at of groceries Starke with his
I' us, so you can see i. parents
homes. let us take the rate of a member at
S. Smith, of Gainesville, was aJr will just take us around the world. Worthington Saturday night, March 40, joining at 32, paying old rate of Mr. fllxon has been In the general Mr and Mrs Raymond Moncley were
home of Mr. and Mrs S. Well, I must close. Love and best 18th. which store business at the same stand for visitors to Fiftone first of the week. "
i >r at the $1.3 i, with a )lien of $184.00 on
f wishes to all. L. G. DUBOSE, C. C. the past twelve years, and he i U now Mrs Henry Bennett of Jacksonville
\\D Swindel Sunday. interest month would bo 62 cents,
" rlie Phillips returned home Fri- Your loving nephew, II. O. BROWN, Clerk. making a total of $1.78 on a certificate retiring from on account of wan visiting relatives In Lawtry last
HOFFMAN his health not being/ good. Ills friends
: from Larkins, where he has been worth but 81600. Under option
S. West METHODIST hope that he will soon recover hill usual The Lawtey Fire Girls wont
. ployed for several months past. Third Mate S. Humbria" care four the rate woujd be $2.26, carry- Camp
M. King was a visitor to Palat- Amer. Shipping Corp'n., Jackson ing the monument benefit. The net good health and again take part In on a practice hike Saturday to Highland \ I
ville, Fla. Please. Sunday school 9:45., a. m., L. A. I business activities. returning on the C o'clock train.
T>Mondav.ftn. .... increase being' 48 cents and the certl- ..
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-- Davis, superintendent They were chaperoned by their leader,
IL: A. Hall was a visitor to ficate worth the full $1,000.
MASONS MET MONDAY NIGHT Preaching, 11 at m. Attorneys A. V. Long, W. P. Do- Mrs. II. C. Taylor.
mpton Saturday I All Methodists are expected to at 1 These figures are merely comparaj neon J, V. Walton and Lamb, of Pa l.arranlOre Rhoden went to Jackson
Ir.. W. M. Brown, of Mrs.Starke Ben, Sas-was I At the reJ'ula-; ;meeting; of Bradford tend. Others have a welcome awaiting I j tive, as every member's rate in governed latka, were in Starke Tuesday on business ville last week to accept a position. i
her daughter,
"ing week. lodge: No. 35, F. & A. M., Monday them. i; by his present age in connection before Judge Wills A petition Is being circulated! for
the first of the i
( was a vis- evening, three candidates took the J. C. DIGGS ,I with the age at joining. signatures asking the poitofllce department
V. Jones, of Hampton, Master Masons degree. Several visiting PastorBIRTHDAY 1 Now just a few words to any who Death benefits from 25 fraternal companies to continue the mall service 1

> here Monday.L. Park Ga. brethren were present and took .- might be considering joining the society was 77 per cent of their Income on the morning train from Tampa the
of Lake
King, Sr., of the week. part in the ceremonlu. Sandwichesand PARTY The rate on the certificate writ- service being discontinued the first of I
1 a visitor here first reed coffee were servea after the business ten now by the society, known an the As compared with the average cost March.
community are
meeting was brought to a close.. and as : a Mrs John Howe[ was ,a visitor to
on the sick list Starke vis- I ---+ Fogg, of Graham, celebrated each her tofore charged-that Is to say that 10-year period of 74 cents, the follow. Starke'! Thursday
In. Wilmot Brown, of LEAGUE PROGRAM fifteenth birthday Saturday afternoon there hall been no increase in the rate ing Is given for some other fraternal Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, wan
relatives here recently from 2 to 4 o'clock. The guests: en- for this form of certificate since it societies i a visitor to Luwtey Sunday.
r. W E. Middleton, of Starke. was 177.Prayer. joyed themselves with games and later was first established. Nr is there Columbian Woodmen _____ _... .$2.68 .. .
itor here Sunday on professional they were invited to the dining any probability of a raise, as the experience Praetorians .-_______________ 2.4:1: DEATH OF INFANT
ness. readings room where cocoa and cake were serv of the society has shown that Mason's Life Ass'n u_n__ .__ ._ 4.67
I 1 Song, 653. ed. This was followed by a candy pull the rate is fully adequate to mature K. of 1'------------------------ 1.95 Alma Lee<< 8-year old daughter( of

BERRY PRICESbat Talk, Mr. Carr Colley. ing.Those the obligation Remember that the Maccabees ...._._.__._________ ,81 Mr and Mrs. Madison Moore, of the
to Address, Mrs A. Z. Adklna. present were: Misses Alma W. O. W. is an "insurance for cost" Mason's Annuity, 1018 nunu C.30 Lake Butler suction, died Friday< ,
many people have money theft Address, Mr:*. E. K. Ferryman. Price, Leta, Linnie, Leola Lucy and society. Read these comparative star Mason's Annuity, 1819 ____ _____ 5.12 March 6th, after a short illness. The '
y for luxuries is proven by Plant Sole Mrs. A. Z. Adkina. Lillian Fogg, Ruby Dyal Lola Moody,, Ullt Cl. The average cost of management Remember that this ia particularly many friends of the bereaved family
paid for strawberries in Talk. ,Mr. Wilbur Scott. Ethel Dyal, Mattie and Minnie Ogden,, for 25 Old Line Companies per a critical time to sacrifice your insur sympathize with them in their sorrow
w Yesterday the f. o. b. price *'I. Address, Mr., E. K. Pcrryman. Estelle Wasdin. Ruth Smith, "'loraWard $1,000 of insurance, was $2.64 per pol ance. We know not to what extant .
d sixty-eight: cents per quart, sextette. ; Messrs. Everett and Ernest: icy. The W. O. W cost pr member the "flu" 'U gllnlto/ decimate out: Messrs. T. C. Hasen, H. P. Gainey, I

> selling as high as 74 V4 cents pr Talk Boys Mr. Telfair Lor*. Wasdin, Lee Dyal, Lee Moody, Dew-, was nearly 74 cents, statistics covering numbers Better hold fast to yoni S. V. Andrews and L W. Jlnholstrr,
: many sold for seventy cents a Address., Mrs S. S. Dowling. I I ey Murrhee John Ward Duffy Abernathy I a 10-year period. Death benefits certificate Fraternally Sr., well known citizens of Brooker, ,;
?- One grower received $72.10 for 411.League 1 Perry Kelly, Masdames Mill,,'I and endowments 25 old line com J. W. MORGAN, were transacting business In Starke f;
|uarts.-Plant City Courier, Mar : Song. benediction Fogg and Essie Wasdin. I panics'was 31 per cent of thrtr! Income. Clerk, Camp 138.Sf Wednesday afternoon.



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.. Mr/H. J. Twiggs of
y been called to the bedside of her .don's health Is much improved and he 'is having his property on Georgia visitor here Saturday.Mrs. Tampa W I

\ brother, Rand Philip, who has been ,I. delighted with the sunny climate of street, south of the Hampton Bank,
M. V. Dyal, of
.. sick for several months, passing away Florida. repaired this week. been visiting friends Jacksonviii
has and
Thursday morning. Mr. Philips visit .,_ Mra. W. W. Ward, of Lake Butler, S. J. .Prescott and daughter, Miss here this week. relate
ed in Lake Butler a few weeks priorto was transacting business in Hampton Gladys, of Starke, were visitors to '
: I i County News Items his death and while here won many last week.M. Hampton Monday. __ Mrs. II. D. Geiger and frranddacirf

friends who feel sad to hear of his L. Watterson is erecting a new Rev. William B. Smith, of New York ter, Miss Pauline Geiger, left Mondi

r death and extend their sympathy to his premises near the electric who has been engaged in ministerial for South Florida, where they Wu||
garage on of Mr. and i
his bereaved ones. months in this coun- the guests Mrs Art) Geiger I
Our light plant. work for several
)ly Intaraating fact Gathered During the Week by .
/ Miss Mae McKinney has acceptedthe his home Saturday. ,
Wfli.'l : Regular Corretpondent J. J. Sparkman, of South Florida, ty, returned to
position as teacher of the seventh -

.; grade, taking the place of Miss Bolass, ----- -=
)r resigned.

Mrs. Onie Pens has moved into her
I). L. made business trip Why man-
fit, GRAHAM I Clyatt a cottage on Lake street, recently completed
I to Lake Butler Saturday.

Graham, March 12.-1\1. and M,'..1' Mina Grettis Thomas has returned 15. P.D.U.F.met McDonald.Sunday evening. we made this t'____
left for: home after spending two weeks with
Lewis Mingledorff Tuesday
O. K. Armstrong spent the week-
' ) '' Lake City. | her sister, Mrs W. M. Thomas, uf"S'camore end with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. W, cigarette for you! t

' \ Mr*. J. D. Baxley, of Mill Creek, Farm"O C. Armstrong: .

was a visitor at the home of J. R. Be- -. HIGHLAND Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was a _

I ville Tuesday and Wednesday. business visitor to town Saturday.

I Mrs. M. Murrhee is visiting relatives P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile, was a business .. .-
i \ and friends for a few weeks at Highland; , March 12.-Messrs. Thos. visitor Wednesday. ----- 0
r" Orlando, Oakland and Ocoee. L. Dean/ and Perkins Dean of DeLand, R. D. Drawdy, of Five Mile, was in i-LI1t

Marvin Ogden was a business visitor were business visitors here several I town Thursday attending to business 1

to' Starke Wednesday and Thursday -. days last week, returning to DeLand Dr. E. R. Marshburn was a visitor S '

having his Ford repaired. Saturday. While here they were thegu"h with his parents, Mr. and Mrs H. J. __ _
of Mr. and Mrs J. A. Starling.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kirk visited in Marshburn. __J' k
J, I. Marr was a visitor to Lawtey
Gainesville Thursday. Mrs. S. S. Proctor is on the sick list
'"TB iS O. W. MaincB end wife, of Melrose, this week. _
J. R. L. Kelly returned Wednesdayfrom
mii were shopping here Saturday The many friends of Mrs. E. L. Ov
week's visit with relatives at S
Mrs Jessie Maines and Mixs Marcia Bell a erby, of Richmond Va., are glad to t'

jfurner attended the Woodmen Circle learn of her recovery from a severe -
E. T, R. Carruthers left Thursday forAnthony _
l't Idey. illness. _
relieve the railroad
to agent
Messrs. Tommy Oldham and Willie for a few days.C. Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Lavender have 0 aa++ P
Trice were business visitors to the moved from Lake Butler to Olustee,
\ C, Click, of Jacksonville, was a
county Beat Monday. visitor IHTP Friday, Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle, county school!
I 1\, Mrs. D. J. Kelly is on the sick list.
k H. Wimberly, Jr., made a tripto attendance officer, and Miss Marshall /[.
A crowd of our young people enjoyed -
Jacksonville Friday Proctor, attended the closing exercises r
a fish fry Tuesday night at San-! __ -
J. The Lawtey Camp Fire Gills hikedup at Five Mile school Friday, Feb.
c 'a Fe lake. Among those present were
here for Eth. Recitations were rendered in a
uturday practice
( 'relld mes Riley Wa din, Will Jones, a run Il'
pleasing manner and at the noon houra fit cigarette de-
the afternoon
and returned to Lawtey on your
j I'i Mines, Georgia Edwards, Thelma Curly -
i bountiful dinner and
was an CAMELS
train. t
Among them Mrs.
'J l Florence Walker, Messrs." Riley were completely you'll
joyed. Prof. Flowers addressed the
Taylor, Misses A. Barbour, Joyce Ter-
I ,
lath Alvin Wasdin Willard
'I I, and ,
of Smith and Berry Kelly ry, Claudie Terry, Mary Boyer, Eunice school in the interest of education and they were made to meet your taste!
Mrs Sprinkle explained the compulsory -
Dinkins, Flora Brown, Louise
' ,
Mrs Stella Gamble, of Plant City, Blanchurd, Margaret Godwin. While school law, making clear the necessity .11 flavor fragrance and mel-
of I sad sister Ollie Padgett of Brookcr Unique ,
I : here trey were tl.o guests of Miss of education. At the close of:
were shopping here Tuesday. Beth Wimberly. the program ,Miss Mae McKinney, low-mild-body due to Camels quality -

Murphy Price visited Starke Friday. principal, gave; several interesting re s blend of choice Turkish
Tommy Oldham has bought a Ford Miss F'ossie Red nods, of Maxville, I marks. nh and expert -
nml Schcllie Rosier, of Sapp, were visitors -
cur Rev; S S. Proctor filled his regular 4 and choice. Domestic tobaccos
I Mrs II. F. Price is visiting relatives here Sunday. appointment at the state farm Sunday
in Jacksonville for a few days. H. C. Wimberly, Jr., left Sundayfor MilS Jennie Roberts, who haa beenill ,' t are a revelation! You will prefer the

Mrs Pons and eon, Bobby, of Mon- Maxville to teach an unfinished for several months, died Thursday *> ,c4 Camel blend to either kind of tobacco
term of two months at the Duval
teocha, were shopping here Saturday. night at the home of her aiateie 'Mrs. '*
? !
county school house -- v smoked straight
Earney Dowling, of Waldo
was a Viney Dekle and the body was laid to
visitor here Friday. W. M. Wimberly and J., R. L. Kelly '
rest at Creek
Swift Friday
Bill! -Ne-VHoin and Rule Johns, of visited friends at Lawtey Sunday. afternoon. cemetery. With Camels you can go the limit

Hampton Saturday., were' business visitors x here Jacksonville Miss Rosie. Monday Wilkinson where returned she from had 11. O. Brown and wife, of Dukes, a without tiring your taste. They

been visiting relatives for several were trading in town last week. leave after-
I Jesse Ogden was a visitor to the Tom Dukes and son, of Five Mile, no unpleasant cigaretty

county' neat Saturday. days.Mrs. were in town Tuesday odor! '
II. C. Wfmberly and Miss Win. 0(4 taste; no unpleasant cigaretty
John Lewis, of Brooker, was shopping T. F. Rivers, of Jacksonville, was:
; '. here, Saturday, vl ifred Jacksonville Wimberly Saturday.were shopping in J greeting friends in town this week. ; ; To get a line on why Camels win
t r Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal were in Frank Chaneey entered school here _
,Starke I J. R. L. Kelly motored to Sampson 'rJI them
Wednesday.Arch i Monday. ; you so completely compare
City Tuesday and spent the day with
Johns, of Hampton, made Gia1 -- '. vRk with in
relatives puff-for-puff cigarette
sy ... ,. any
1 tam a call Saturday. FIVE MILE C.m.l. .old .v.rrwM
r .. i i"rMq
Truman Dyal, of Ziff, was here Sat IoM' of 1..OI..tfioall".d.:10; 0' t... p.d'" the world at any price. You'll pre-
frdav LAKE BUTLFRLake Five Mile, March 12.-Five Mil\ ."e. (:100..".,.,,...),...",.... ''ill"
ferqualityto or premiums
I..p..oovered .rton w. coupons
Mm Blanche Robinson and nephew, Butler March Lake Butler school closed Friday, March 5th. The trongly, .omm..d this ;J r ir
frank Herring, visited Mr, and Mrs 12.- there the arson for thm homo or offic r\tyw\
I \ Chnpter t in regular session onTuesday patrons gathered at noon upp(> or wh.n you trmrmL R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.,Win on-!'!.'1em. N,CIT ,
i'. T, Abernathy Sunday. hour will well filled lunch baskets and t '
MCHHPB. Frank Reynolds, Murphy the crowd w Dr. - -- ----- - -- -
(Hodges( of Gainesville, lecturedto i
aid Willie Price, Misses Francis Mur- things' to eat. The term has been one "
s I thee, Mabel Byrd and Rose Price mo. afternoon.his pupils at the club room Friday of the most successful in -the historyor "I

t' red to Hampton Sunday afternoon. our school.
The Lake Butler basket ball team
Rev. Jno. Mullady, of Hampton, filled Supt. E. R. Poppell and Attendance ,,1'J
played the Madison
team afternonn
his regular appointment here Sun- Monday Officer Mrs. Sprinkle, visited our ,,
Lake Butler winning 24 to
't'IIV. school last week. *
Mr. and Mrs Earney fowling and 4. Maurice Langford was championfor Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson were ISN'T THE
Lake I
1 M Hers, Minnie and Ida, of Waldo, and I). W. Borum Butler.spent, Friday and Sat shopping in Lake Butler Monday QUESTION i
Eunice Saxton Hampton, attended Richard Holder and family are the
urday in Macon, Ga., at the bedside of
church here Sunday. of Mrs. Holder's Mr
his guests parents,
brother, Raiford Borum, lie returned -
Mrs Cora Abernathy returned from and Mrs. B. J. Thomas. Mrs. Holderis
Tampa Saturday where she has been Saturday evening suffering from cuts and bruises received -

vMiting: her daughter: Mrs. Forrest A.Rev.E.W.Proctor C. Armstrong spent Monday delivered in Sapp aninterl'stlnjl on this trip when the car in Whether you can.afford to Paint your House.

, Reynolds. which they were traveling turned tur
? Mr and Mrs; Alvin McKinney spent ; sermon Sunday morningand 1\1

( '"vinday in Brooker with Mr, and Mrs. evening. tie.Mrs.. Lizrie Green is quite ill at the ,.,j\\
Mr. Mrs,
'I and W M. Ovcrstrcet returned -
Geo. Hacen.' home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. IT IS
to their home in Palatka after
Misses Edtfarda and
y' Georgia Thelria several visit J. Thomas ,
days' with friends.
i Curry spent the week-end in Mi- A
pinder popping was enjoyed by
Mrs. D. W. forum and children
I anopy. the folks at.the home of Mr
Jno. Surrency returned Friday from spent last week in Elco, Ga., having and Mrs. F. R. Drawdy Saturday .<*,' Can you afford NOT to Paint .

Tampa. evening. Those present were Missel ,
I Bob Surrency made a trip to Brook Good Health Delle and Mae Duke, Etta Waters and

er Sunday. Norma Dekle, Messrs. Jeff Waters,
1\ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beville, of Bel Raymond Hewitt Millard Boyd, Wes

; ]Amy, spent the week-end with Mr Life's Greatest ley Williams, Jno. and Clarence Scaff.Miss -
.:lid Mrs. J. R. Beville. Norma Dekle attended churchat
1j J( Jake Roberts was a business visitor Unity Sunday. c

k'i Jacksonville Saturday! buying a Blessing1IAPPINK3S P. P. Oekle and family visited his

\i I Maxwell (car brother, Hon T. J. Dekle, Sunday.P. With lumber at $70.00 '
Mr. Scarborough, of Louise, paid P. Dekle and family visited his to $100.00 Per M

f'rahnm: a visit Sunday. : AND SUCCESS!\ WITHIN brother, lion. T. J. Dekle, Sunday. feet it is false
Tommy Oldham spent Saturday an,1l'"doy economy to allow resi-
EASY IIEACII OK HEf)- I -- -- --e'IJAMI'TON- your
in Hawthorne
Miss Eunice Saxton, of Hampton, is WOMEN i dence to stand month after month in the

+ ending the woi'k-cnj with her COU'II- .
\ Hampton March 12.-Thos. Dya

t ',s, Mattle__and Minnie, Ogden ANEMIC CONDITION UNNECES I was.called to LaCrosse last week to weather, deteriorating on account of .lack
A SARYPEPTOMANGANMAKES II attend the funeral of his little grandson. -

4 MILLER. I of protection. Repairs will cost
RICA, C. G. Mullady has opened up a confectionery you money
Miller, !March 12.-Murray Thomasv RED BLOOD-BUILDS UP establishment on Main and paint will' t
ns a business visitor to Lake Butler PA I.E. THIN ANEMIC MEN street and carries a nice assortment .save repairs.

.. f nturday ANn WOMEN of sweets.

n Deputy Sheriff J. F. Williams made Mrs. O. Haynes returned to her home

a business trip to Staike Monday Good health is the ,most important Sunday after an extensive visit with

Richard Shackleford of Lake City, asset of life. Without a vigorous' her daughter, Mrs.' J, S. Thomas, of We have been fortunate in
v as hunting in this community lax) strong body and a keen, clear mind, Valdosta, Ga. very securing

u eek.Olson. true happiness and enjoyment are impossible. Miss Ethel Hunt, who has been attending the services of Mr.
Thomas and B. 'E. Brown school in Starke, is at home Emanuel Steenberg an
'''ere visitors to Lake Butler Satur And yet so many women, and lIIf'n. this week. ,
A No. 1
,.l day too, whose misfortune it is to be pale Mrs.. H. Hunter was a recent vis- graduate painter, and will gladly
J. W. Parrinh made a trip to Worth. thin and anemic, hopelessly accept itor to Gainesville, returning home on
i"gton Saturday. this condition in the belief that robust Sunday.Or furnish estimates for repainting. Our

Dr. Seeher King, of Lake Butler, health and real happiness are not for W. E. Middleton, of Starke, prices
I "'ad* a professional visit here Satur- them. made professional calls here last week will be consistent with quality paint

day.: 'Thousands of men and women have Mrs. Eva King, of Bainbridge; Ga., and good
Mr. and Mrs. F. It. Waters were been restored to vigorous health and was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Hester workmanship. We
mong" the buain'sll'Isltors to Worth-' lasting happiness by Gude's PeptoMangan. Jones Monday use Sherwin-Williams

' gton Springs Saturday. This beneficial blood tonic Mr. and Mrs Levy Johns were the Paints
-, 'liss Mnbel\ Brown, who has been contains the exclusively. .
) conned very properties so vitally guests of his mother, Mrs. Annie
to her room with Influenza; has needed to improve the blood. Pep Johns recently
turned to Lake Butler to attpnd the to-Mangan, if taken for
a few weeks, Dr. I. II. limiter was a visitor to
i! .)rmal. will enrich the blood and create thousands Gainesville last week.R. t
J. O. Traxler, county agent, held a, of the tiny red blood cells that M. King, of Theressa, was trans
i Tetlng with the Miller agricultural arose necessary to carry nourishment acting business in Hampton Monday.
'r / !lb Thursday I and strength to every part of the Mrs. J, II. Tolbert and Miss Emma

a Olson Thomas visited friends near body. Hicks were shopping in Starke Wednesday

oofcer Sunday.J. PeptorMangan. 1A safe beneficial .

C. Ward of Providence, made a and pleasant to the taste. For conven- W. B. Baker, of Lake Geneva, wasa I Quigley Lumber &
business' trip here Tuesday. lenre it is prepared in liquid and tab welcome visitor to Hampton Sunday. Supply Co."Save

11 1( H. S.'Miller, made a business trip to let form, both pMtuuUng exactly the Alva Saxon returned to his school .

, Providence last week. same medicinal properties. in Jacksonville Saturday. .
Joseph'Harrison who' hAIl been emI He curd to ask your druggist for Mr. qieverdon, who has been spending the Surface and you Lave

S I, yedhome Jacksonville, has returned "Guda's" when you.order Fepto-Man : the winter in Florida for his health

I n near here Kan.' "Cude'a" is the genuine Pepto- left this week for a tour in the southern .. I

Carl Brown spent the week-end with Mangan. Look for the nm "Gude's" peninsula, after which he will return

'i iiomefolks. on the pacl..ap.-Adv. to his home in Ohio. Mr. Clever.

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dan Saturday and Sunday rial let at the experiment station, says good condition, Lack of feed give*
: Misses Rhoda and Lomie Thomas to plan your spring crops now BO that live stock the worst kind of a setback

ILl Bradford County FarmersI[ spent Sunday with Miss Lubedia Pin- you will have feed enough to carry In fact, very few animal ever recover -
holster. )our stock through next winter in from the effect

__ m ___ __ 1 1rt i I I D. D. Thomas attended church at .-- .........
I New Hope Saturday and Sunday. "
rt F MARCH TREATMENT FOR TUB Director, Extension Division College I|'/I to the extension division of the college :I I Mr. and Mrs. Miles Kelley spent Seed Beans Seed
,', SMALL: GRAIN CHOI'S of agriculture ''of agriculture for information on the with his father C. M. Kelly. MM
Sunday ,
\ f. --- - -.- - i best fertilizers for this crop. The fol-1|I J. S. Forsyth is on the sick list this Cucumber S ET E D S Velvet Beam

t', At this t.ime-the; your the small FINK.:.; LIVESTOCK AT TilE STATE[ l lowing general recommendations are 'I week. Tomato, Melon aammm. Sorghum,Cowpeai

,' grain crops generally show a lack of, PRISON FARM I|being given: I I|I The Infant of Mr. and Mrs. A. II.
t The fertilizer should] be thoroughly We can supply for immediate shipment all the leading and standard
'It vitality in assuming a yellow it>h tinge. 'I I Warren was buried at Dedan cemetery -
'. This is generally caused by soil and (illy R. II. Cox manager livestock department mixed with the soil before plantingand Friday. varieties of all kinds of seeds for planting in our State.
I. state prison farm) i it would be a good policy to run I i
weather conditions C. K. Mc-
\ says the the side of I Our school closes today after a six SQUASH SEED POTATOES ONION SETS EGG PLANTS PEPPER.
Quarrie, state agent. During the winter '' Early in 19191 was employed by the planter) just by the drill I I months term successfully taught by

months, a few cold snaps with the board of commissioners of state institutions containing in the the fertilizer rather than Miss Edna Baxter and we hope to Success in gardening or farming depends Ito a very large extent on the
plant the
same as
excesaivo rainfall we have been have through Superintendent Blitch row '
ing leaves the soil in a condition that to come to Raiford and take charge of peanut sprout is easily damaged by have her with us again next term. quality of seeds you plant.It .
: the livestock end of this already large coming in direct contact with the acid -- -
is detrimental to plant growth. This has been demonstrated beyond a doubt that desired results can on-
" ': and growing institution. fertilizer. The fertilizers most necessary of an Abtent One.
? condition can b41 overcome very Dreaming
ly by using a harrow or lal'ge-I on 'i I have been engaged in the livestock are phosphates, potash and lime. To dream of .TletliiR over the ablence ly come through planting seeds of known quality.

1 these fields and broadcasting about business practically all my life am The application of bOO to 400 poundsof of anyone IN wild to be a sure MARTIN'S HY-TEST SEEDS INSURE YOUR CROPS

\ 100 pounds per acre of nitrate of soda twenty-nine years old and came here acid phosphate and 100 to 160 sign Hint the person you drearu ui will
; on this harrowed soil, then covering from Lake county, where I had been pounds of kainit per acre will be sufficient soon return and with friendliness or The interest in farming and gard ening is the greatest we have ever

same by harrowing crossways of the engaged in demonstration work for for suitable] soils that have been love grown nil the stranger! through known, as everybody realizes that production is necessary and will reduce
previous one. I I some time. After being offered the properly prepared. In case the soil is absence. Hut to dreuin of rejoicing at the H. C. of L. .
position here I held the matter in' deficient organic ammonia and lack- anyone's absence means that you will
The lack of soil aeration is one of
for time if ing in humus 100 to 200 pounds would rather is and will be mailed free of
the factors that tend to reduce the abeyance some wondering per shortly receive news you Our spring 1920 catalog ready charge on
.' quality of all winter growing crops. I could be catisfied where eveVywhere I acre of blood and bone added to the he without. request. It contains" information of v alue for Florida truckers and planter
,/ It l is especially recommended that all you looked you would see the prison i mixture will be profitable. The fer- .
t the land with growing crops should be stripes but after visiting the farm for tilizer should be applied before the SUGAR CANE DISEASE IN Now is the time to place orders for all seeds-you can't afford to wait

''r given special attention in the way of i!i I a couple of days and seeing Its, I crop been is planted. After the ground hall RICO P01TOf 1 or seeds when the proper season arrives to plant.
derful possibilities I won-j plowed broadcast the fertilizerover
cultivation. Where crops ate planted 1 I 1 the surface and then work it
cepted and soon finished my work in into
in rows, sweeps or shallow working Luke county and came here. the soil with a harrow or disk. The mosaic disease of sugar cane I COTTON SEED
cultivators should be used. broad.
tasted weeder On ,' The board very wisely early in the Stable manure may be applied for discovered in fourteen Florida counties AMBER CANE ORANGE TEXAS RIBBON CANE. MILLET, PEANUTS, ,
a or a
tooth harrow well slanted backwards., stage of this great farm saw that if peanuts only when well rotted and last summer and autumn and HOG GOOBERS TEOSINTE, RAPE. EGYPTIAN WHEAT. SUDAN-

is recommended., Thin cultivation it was over to be self-sustaining or a then in limited quantities. Heavy ap against which the State Plant Boardis CRASS, RHODES GRASS. SEED SWEET POTATOES VELVET ,
revenue producer it would have to be plications of fresh stable manure applied waging a vigorous campaign of
should bo
repeated several times before BEANS OATS RYE COW PEAS.
the to the developed through the stock end of it.Theieforp at planting time will produce eradication has been positively identified ,
growing crops get when I camo I found something heavy tops and a small yield of nuts. as being indentical with a disease -
booting stage. By doing this the farmer ': like eleven hundred head of hogs An application given to thin sandy of the same name which is rapidly Write immediately for catalogue and price list also call on us for any .;

+, { yield can than depend following upon the getting old a methods better including "pigs. I found of this stock land long enough in advance of planting -I| spreading in Porto Rco and causing special information you may desire regarding your crops. .
any number of strains but mostly Po- to insure thorough mixing with grave concern and no end of trou
qtr of_)Jetting these crops severely alone ]land-Chinu and Duroc Jersey the soil Is beneficial and improves conditions , ble to the cane growers of that Island. GET OUR PLANTING GUIDE GET OUR CATALOGUE, GET HY-TEST!
H during the early months.
i spring
The board has adopted the Poland- by adding organic nitrogenand n... I SEEDSEA.Martin
Oxygen is a very potent factor in China for our stock and we have recently humus both of which make soil I NEXT WINTER'S FEED SUPPLY
I the production of all crops. Soils that purchased some pure breeds asa conditions more favorable for the nitrogen
have been lying exposed to cold and foundation to build gathering bacteria. I
on. What feed hogs cattle
you your Seed Co.
rainy weather lack the oxygen that I Heretofore the hogs have not had I'eanuts thrive best on limestone or horses mules and sheep next winter
,4 is necegftary and the only way to supply j I any protection from the cold wind and marl soils and even these are fre-l I I will depend very largely on the plans

IL it IH by cultivation, as already indicated. (' ruins, but were kept in the pasture quently bcnefitted by the addition of I you make during the next two months.
t : without shelter rain shine lime. An application of two or three 'l .
or summer 1. Have you taken the time to stop and -
fI hI I and winter. tons of ground lime rock to the acrewil think how much corn sorphum velvet Oldest Established Seed House in Florida
'I HANDLING THE FAItMSITUATION LA HO I It We are now erecting sheds lhave a beneficial effect. Part ol,
open only beans, peanuts, cowpeas and beggar-
I on the south side which will pro- this lime will be taken up by the plant' weed hay you.will need for your live 203-206 East Bay Street
ten them from the cold winds and rain as fertilizer but the greatest benefit I stock next November December January
P'', The farm labor in one of the per-land''I!J give them plenty of sunshine to will come from sweetening the soil i and February? Perhaps, you Jacksonville Florida

plexlng problems that threaten to Interfere I keep them dry and in a sanitary con, and improving its mechanical condi are trusting to l luck that next year we .
+ with the 1920 So dition. tion. In case the lime Is
crop many not appliedin will have
avery mild winter and that .
people, enticed by high wages have We find that worms kill a large percentage the fall, which la the best time, hydrated you need but little feed for stock - - - -

left the farms for the cities that a reduced of hogs that run in the woods lime, at the rate of'800! pourfdsper Do not take chances on the your weather milllll/Jilllllllll l !l/ mlmlmilmilmllllllm l ll
!r farm production is threatened. pastures the year round and we are acre just before planting should It ia true that good weather saves Ii I mlmlllmmmm II Ill ll mmmmm l ll mmmlllilllll l ll l ll I f mmmrnl I IIQI6

Farm labor like every other labor is now trying to keep them clear of the be used in; preference to ground limerock. some feed but weather is a substitute
P asking for shorter hours which means worms as much as possible] by keep The hydrated form is more ac for feed poor
loss to be accomplished in a week or a ing a charcoal mixture before the tive than ground limestone and will '
day's time. In the begin to neutralize the j Prof. John M. Scott, animal indus-
course of time growing pigs at all times and by ro acidity in the
ft 1'i iir much of this unrest will adjust itself tating pastures. We have no cholera soil at once, and the peanut plants will I i

but for the present and for this year's in our herd and give them the double get Its benefit while they are small
crop the farmer have a troublesome] treatment as a prevention. We have A FLORIDA WOMAN'S No Waste Motion

labor problem to contend with. 120 sows for breeding purposes and WHEN PLANTING CANEd EXPERIENCEd
Good prices for all somp of them
t staple crops seem are poor breeders ,
likely for a number of years, no that are culling them out as fast as -we two or three main factors in the
ip a there Is much inducement to make the can get better ones to take their place: profitable production of cane should] I '')"'jI 'j\ Here
additional effort to produce the crop. We fattened CiOO head of shoats this i not be overlooked. First, a well drained l"" 4
Even under present condition, it i is winter ranging in age from six to soil. Second a thorough preparation \ '
\ not uncommon to seo a farm laborer twelve months and have killed 612 of 1 of seed bed before planting.] 1/I / I"I

receiving two to three dollars per day them, making 78,985 pounds of meat. I High-gtade seed should be use ( r I Il The
': plowing with horse These with well packing business is noted for the
I one or mule in a shoals received but very little 1 developed buds, and should
large field. On other farms one can corn. They were fattened in the fieldson I I I be planted about five feet apart. The elimination of waste in manufacturing.Swift .
nee "ne man driving three or four peanuts and sweet potatoes doing fertilizer should be broadcasted at the
I mules] and plowing three or' four furl their own harvesting.We rate of about half a ton per acre. A
;;4 t .l rows. The size of the farm will determine hope to soon be in a position to I good fertilizer for this crop is one & Company is equally effective

pretty largely to what exten.t mine all the meat that is consumed on analyzing S per cent nitrogen 5 percent Jr in saving waste in the distribution :;'
\ the farmer can afford to the phosphoric acid Ir' of
buy improved farm thereby educing the run and 6 to 8 percent i ,
I machinery to overcome the one ning expenses quite a little. potash te ?f' .. products. '

\ man, one-mule farm operation butunder We never let any feed stuff go to ,
I present conditions it seem waste here; all scraps from tables and GOOD WAY TO UTILIZE RAINY l \
1 I practically impossible for the old 1 trimmings from vegetables are put ina I DAYSDuring From ranch or farm to your meat dealer ,?,

\ method of putting in a crop to prevail large kettle and cooked I there is
up Tampa Fls.r-"My mother has always no loss of time, money material l ,
and the farmer come out with a profit. and fed in a sanitary condition to the the past few weeks much boon a farm advocate of Dr. Pieroe'e FavorIte ,
In the light of things It would; stock hogs. farm work has been at a standstill on ......,rlptIoD. u or motion.Pour .Ii

seem that one of the quickest remedies Owing to unavoidable conditions existing account of unusually heavy rains it a had rood nerved purpose many,in t I
is to use laborsaving machinery we have not had the proper There is a tendency on the part of our her experience with hundred f
One man can do four times as much amount of grazing crops for our hogs, farmers, in fact it might be called a , 1'1., too. have branch sales houses in
work with two mules as with and; but habit-and used it to the beet ,. large cities and
one are now planning to have rota- a very bad onto spend of advantage for towns, hundreds of
ti"I, several times as much work with a, lions of grazing crops the year round ,I such days at the cross roads store woman's trouble, lar regu-
y \ tractor as with a pair of mules. The We also handle the beef cattle in whittling and telling yarns. In these and when my own refrigerator car routes reaching small 1

work too, can be done better and in a this department which consist of pure I times of labor shortage and high prices ..-..... t". daughter: nachrewomanhood I will, towns, all directed by wire from a central '
shorter time, so that the advantages i bred Angus bulls grade Angus cowsand there is no time to be idly wasted ., r ,,'1 give it BO
g II In the end are even grouter native cows. We have not had I The farmer should always have rainy: firm i 1. tomcr.o: point, bring meat products from our
,i The phosphate mines that had been i sufficient pasturage for handling the I day jobs on the waiting list. .. viction of its many
"'" The purpose of my using it, packing plants located in
closed during the war period are now cattle successfully, but are now having A Liberty county club boy found a for umiculanty. My physical condition wa... producing areas,
opening up and I am told that these the rightofway opened to fence in i II,' good way to spend these rainy days very much Mlo- owo--dld not rare much to to retailers in all parts of the in
mines have equipped themselves] 'with i about six thousand acres to be divided, in removing the stumps from the acre stir about or work. I took the medicine country
tile latest and heft machinery, which i into four different pastures. When we | he expects to plant in corn and pea- right general along troubles: without wore minding all:a corrected.down until my Alt the best possible condition in the least

f has eliminated 75 per cent of the common pot these additional pastures we will nuts. The county agent says that durIng women especially mothers.. cannot make possible time, at the least
f labor formerly employed.A be in a position to handle cattle in a one week recently when it was toot tura.mistake" in liHing the '1 .moriti-- I'n'acnn-- possible cost,
a farmer who is equipped with up- large and more profitable way. t wet to plow this young farmer moved Tampa-8t.MJIS. LAVINA UL.lfcO4! 1J07 and over the most direct route.

to-date ninrhinety.\ mien as modem i We are always glad to have visitorsi 50 stumps from his one-acre plot. Dr. Pieroo's Favorite I'rvBcnption ia
; I plows unit cultivators" will be able' to i the farm and take pleasure] 1 In Is not there a lesson In this for our imnedy that any ailing woman eau. eufuly a The total
) + grow the usual acreages t
third the lAbor formerly employed. our plans] of improvement in the ands of acres of land In this state that last iiiRr"dinnt not contain are printed alrohof on or 'nurotitica.. lu freight, and selling direct to the retailer
The crop will ln planted in better livestock d..partmt'nt.-Tampa Trib- | need to be stumped. /'! Ilk,. fur trial purkuw wl'1t"r.o'nd of Favont is ,
k prepared ;oil; It i i. likely to receive unt'o --- Prmrnption tahl.... to !Jr. I'mroe's In less than three cents per pound on all
more prompt cultivation; and the re- . ... . ZIFF valid.' Hotel nua''Io. N, )'. meat sold. .
terns per acre wll be better than when (COMMERCIAL: : FERTILIZER FOR !
the old method was employed or at PEANUTS I ,SALES JUMP OVER 500 PER CEN
leant this in. tho experience of farmers Ziff March 12.-Rev. J. W. Woods Till Our profit from all
his sources is
who have employed I some such laborsaving > I'luwpftiteH.! Lime and Potash are the filled regular appointment at DcUrv William 101 Tonic Greatly In fraction of only a
''a) '' methods. This is one way of Needed Elements Demand for: "Flu' Treatment a cent per pound.
making the fern morn profitable than .'* Tastele chill !--. -

It has ever been, evenwith the short The peanut will be one of the most nwtora vitality*nu county bf parirjta* end While the influenza plague was Competition compels this
ago of labor uml the many dilllcuHicHIn popular crops with the farmers this rlchlng\ tne blood. You can MOD (M!ke 8tft1aa.* ing ,in October, 1918, the sale of rug Dr- close-cut saying -
1It"'lIrlnl1r",1/ labor at the prevailing year, and as planting time is about b I salts InvtcoreUaa, Etr.1HnstinAS'( tPrloe. eta Williams 101 Tonic jumped over 60f Large volume business, well-bal

high prices, A P. Spencer, Vice. here, numerous requests are coming i in 1 per cent. There can be only one rea anced, nation-wide
1i organization
r : 1920 i son for such a tremendous increase and
and that is that Dr. Williams 101 Ton expert attention to details by men who f
s '' I .
M1'9'r Seed
Catalog Free ic is a correct treatment for "Flu, know, make it possible.

II I It's ready now. One hundred handsomely LaGrippe, Chill and Cold cases, *a l
I illustrated paces with brilliant well as Malaria and other fevers Quinine .
cover In natural colors. It Is both the enemy of disease germs, I la We are in your service-at least
beautiful and helpful and all that Is one of the ingredients of this effective and profit expense
r necessary to get it Is a postal card medicine. Magnesia is another I Important r
Calomel t is request. You will find our 1920 cat a. chemical
' a dangerous drug. It is 'logue a writ worth while seed book. contained in the
t' mercury-qukksilver, and attacks your Hastings' Seeds are sold direct by tonic. It cleanses the liver and bow ..
C bones. will never find them on els of accumulated poisons. Iron, the S11.nd for our 1920 Year Book and ,
Take a dose of, nasty calomel today sale In the stores We have some rich blood producer, ia the third. 1 beta about our bu.ln.... ]

and you will feel weak, sick and nau- flue hundred thousand customers who builds up strength, stamina and vitality it ... Swift ft Company, Union
seated tomorrow. Don't lose-l day'swork. buy from us by mull. We please and ; and strength will win against t Yards
cutlery them and we can please and any disease. Chicago; Illinois\

t t": natlnry Planting you Hasting in 1920 Sreds In your 25c and 60c bottles at your drug

garden or in your fields Insures "good store. Refuse all attempts to palmoff
Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" luck" so far as results can be determined substitutes. There is only one Dr Swift &
Instead I IUeiws by the seed planted For SO Williams 101 Tonic.-Adv.-3.How's Company, U. S. A. j
years Ilaxtlngs' Seed have been the
my guarantee! Ask your back to the store and get your money. standard of seed excellence and purity
druggist for a bottle of Dodion's I Take a .spoonful harmless, vegetable In the South. Only varieties W This ? -
J Liver Tone and take a spoonful to- Dodion's Liver Ton tonight and adapted to the South are listed. Quality that' offer cannot 1100.00 be for cured any can bv of eatan. COs
' If It doeta't start your liver wak up feeling great. Itli of the beat and prices often less CATARRH MEDICINE; HAtaHALJLS -. 'Ifd
'f perfectly than those CATARRH
at home.
you pay Writ MEDICINE.
and straighten you right op bettatttaa harmless so glue it to your children for free ropy of thin splendid catalogue .a Internally and acts through the Binoc tak ll lll uIIIIIIII 3 \
calomel and without griping or any t ms. It eaat aallvat. 10 let now H. G. HASTINGS CO. ..gol tt la>.bf Mucous drunlate Surfaces of the S.t.>.... IIIIIIIIlI I II IIIU U lllll Illlll U I11UlIlllUll ll lll l
Inek"z you sick: I want yom t. go them ..t anything aftenranU.. Seedsmen, Atlanta G .-(Advt.) Cwn.T7 rI.Ot"fOr w
F. J. Co. Toledo Ohio
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Goodffe) spent Sunday afternoon in R o.lpla during month (.13Warrant. T .B. rinhohiUr dn .______...._ '.00 NOTICE TO AND CRCIHTORR I

Starke. Issued _______.___.. 20,00Balance BuriMiuth. Adding Machine payment ._. "'.00 All rlFIITORI the eetaui of Mm.Ureter ;
1 1c March I. 120 -_.-.__.? 414.29 I. II. Belden' teachlnn -_?.._-- 11& 00 I I..on.Wynn. Ind..htd. Bradford County. ",
f L. Anderson mado a business tripto ni.trlrt Na.' 14 W. A. uboee. do ...-_____..____- HO.00 Id. ...,. . reunified Il to their aid'I.r ldrh1.
1 Palatka Saturday. Hal.nee Frb 1. mo _________ leII.'" Nellie tltrickland do -._?._.__.-- DO.00 .and all havlnir

It 1 1II Dr. made business Receipt dnrlnr month _._..?.. IBS ARM Barimur do -.._... non se.lnot forhwith._' _t.t. ah.ll file the .ante.1.lm, duly
and Mrs. J. II. Cox a Warrant. liMiued __.__, _.... I'rarl ""10'". do ... ... _____-.__..-- 4t authenticated, with tin under*'lined administrator
trip to Starke Saturday. llalance March 1. 11120 ___ _.____ 14742 i : H II do .._.-. OH.00Barney I, within one year from d.t. hereof, orthey
ni.trirt Na.' 21 M.ndo ._ __ ____ 4MIO
of Hawthorn wilt forever barred.
/II III Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Smith flalann Fi'b. 1. 1VSO __n_ Lll tf_--.. 47 9ftReceipt I,Trumle Nettle. do ...____n.__.... 7(00 ThU .day of February, 1920.

spent Saturday( here on busi : durlnir month _.___.___ Lao E. A Harper do. ._.___ 7B.00t I'I A. M. WM.UAM.
br t + I wS .....ntoo laud ____ '. 1'. Kprlnkle attendance otTloer -.. InO.00B. AdmlnLtrator.
mess 2.27 Dt /-25.
j llalanee March 1. 1920 ___._ II.O| T. Crmliy tearhlnir _.-__-..-- 4H 00K. _- -
T. E. Oldham of Graham was avisitor ..... 20- I _
jI III.t. No. W. Carter do -_-. BO.00
I I \ in this section Friday. Balance F.b I. 1920 .?..__.. __n_ Kt ft ll.dlo C..II10/ -.- MOilMamurrltv I NOTICE FOK Pl'lll. ('A
S n.... ,.t. durlnir. month _...,....____ 'TH BhHvi-r do ._-........ 4(.00 ,...,. of the Interior. TON". and
oA0" !Mrs. R. Furrows, of Starke, spent Warrant IMIHS ____.- -uT.._.'___ Minnie llatcn do -.-_- 4800I j 017k. at.rtm.t C.alneavllle. Fla 1. .

I Sr the week-end with relatives.Hotran Balance March I. 1920 ._.___?._._ 1201'G' : II. Wlirirln. do .. -- HS 00 I February 14. 190.
visitor to Clay- IM.tHrt N' *. II Relic Weenl do -:..-..--- 8 .00a i Niitlre I. hereby vlven t that Joel 1*.
was a Balance Feb 1. 1910 _._....__.. IHReceipt. .. '-\. William do -.- WOO I Inir, of lAke Butler. Florida, who on Drc, : '
no Monday. dill-Inn month ...__. 2 97 Han-Id C. Wall In.uranee 807.(0t I'lier 21. IOTA' made HnmeHtcad Entrr. :

Quite crowd attended church at Warrant. Imued .___?___..__ f.40 Ji:. Cn-wa tnrld --_.-__.-_- B 114V O14llt'N. for Went Half of Northea.t ". ,%
v a Balance March 1. 120 ._.._..___-_ \, urden do .-.__..--_-__- 16.61 I SiK-tlon 2, Tnwn.hlp 6 :South Kanire 20 \ i
Shake Rap) Sunday.KILLS. ni.trirt Ns.' SB ". V. Andrew do __....-..-.. _- I.28trmlford I McrldtHn. filed notice of In*
.v 1 Balance F.b 1, 1910 .._..?___..__. 9.. 67 County Bank Inupnat ....... 11115.00n ntlun to malie th.year proof, to ..alshlhhclaim .
RnvMpt. durlnv month ...._..._?___ I ft C. .10"'". Ineld ...._.__.-_..____- H.ell to the bind alwie, d.r.II.d. liefnre the ."
RATSand Warrant. I.*...... _.___.___.__... .._ 18B7 H J. nick do _____.__..________ 9.10 Clerk nf tl-e Circuit Court at t..k. Florida '
Balance March 1. 1920 ....h.__.-__. $7.20 T J. Terry dn -__-- &." I tin tlie 2lth day of March, 19SO.rla'ntant '.

Ill.trirt Ne' It I. I. ,.w...... do -._..______. I.HO ' name a. wltne..e.l
Balance Fib. 1. IWUO .-...__._._ 1ft5.1 T ('a.. do .. 11.00 M. I. Crew., of Lake Butler. Florida. \
mice-that's KAT-SNA1. the old Rrce pt. dun,, mnnth __.._.._______ Vila rew IHike. do> _ -....__.__ 14"2 I I M r. {....., of Lake Rutl... Florida '
\ reliable rodent dostroyer. Cornea in Warrant. l..uid ___________.... BAB I.K.Ie ubu.n. do .-...?...__?- Ill i .le.e ...n. of Ink Butler. Florida.
with other food. lluliince March 1. 19UO __eo. .____--._ 15941 I. I. Oudrn do ... ...-.......... "R 1 J II. I'ltt., of Lake Butler FloridaHOIIT. .
t'skt's-no mixing ni.trirt Na.' II 5. H. Matthvw. prlntlnv. -..-._____ *.00J. W. 1M \'IA. A
Your money bark it it fails.25e Balance IVb 1. 19SO ._ .__._. 84 II. C. (C.-n ru..InVsnil. ..- RJ. 0 2-rn.a. Reglntrr. ,
for Pan Receipt durlnir month -..-..-..... 444 human teaching .-. 4800totttc OKDFR FOK PI'BI ICATION
y size ((1 cake) enough VarranU Hij.d l _?._n___..____.____- 1000 Stiitiv ilu .--._. 4800

try Kitchen or Cellar. Balance Mtwrh 1. 1020 _____.. ._ n. Ed.08 Uiadfiird Co. Hank borrowed ",00.2900.00T..t.1 In Clren't Court of Florldn F'ith'

60c size (2 cakes) for Chicken ni.trlct N*. II : row .liiillclhl Bradford Counts, ''n .>i.n-
Balanro IVh 1. WKfI ____..____ .--- I con. {1."It
House Coops or Small nulldinA'fI.U.OO ; Rom.Ii't. durlna month ?.?_..._..._ 90 Hub NrlFund. .. -----. S. J. JOHNSON I IComplainant.
size (5 fakes) enough for all Warrant' tn-urd, .u______..?_ W'.I.. Krnnvdy Janitor 28 .- 15.110 I I
\ buildings Bulnnre March, 1. IWfl ..___.._I..Ill 10 fill Mac MrKinmy. d.l IK' .:__- 10.JJ I
yrI farm outbuildings, storage M..h 11th P20. h'. .'le KiilHHtido 7 .__._. 44.T5V.ltm FIII.A JOIIVSOV.. I
or factory buildings. lilt 0 ,won" eOI'NTY Haxt.r d. 28 .. 10lliwtc I Dlilendnnt I I '
I Sold and Guaranteed by Mitchell's STM'K' OK FI01tll! Mu( ruder do 27 ... ft' anne.rlnir I., affiiln\lt' "" to the
'Iolw' error>' that the fore.,,/ln. ttale.roent .l...uw DpiU'n. do II HOOIhilma I I.I'l M.d In the "..ov..I.d' "r.M"o" Drllla
Drug Store and.D. C. Jones. 3-5-4t. of id. dn 4ft no PU' I
} kU and Dlnlmraemrnu of Curry 1 JnhnRon. the ri fi'ndnnt' filmed t.nnnrealdent a
ton q nn, of llrmlrnrd. I County for the mouth. A 0 Jenklna do II ..- Ml"Kirah l of the of Ftnrldn iiid oh eI. S
L of I','l.m.ry. 11' 0. I. true and correct to the ."'"kln. dn _._...__ en.oo I. a realdent nf ...flol.1tocklntrh.n.. County '
U ( g.ll j & e In1.! if mv hnovlcilpff, and bntlrfK. H: A. llarnrr du 4 -.-.- 8.00H I .f B.con. Ptalo nf tleitnr a. over the awe of
n P U. rOITFt.t. II \\lunlnii do 8 BO 0(1( ,. .
; 1 i It enty ine .... : It I. then for. n..I..1 thatnlil ro
> Y0 You Do More Work; t Ruperliiti-ndi-nt of )',,10110 In.trurtlnn.riERK8 I 111 Ii. Weeal do e! ._ Jj; .J", ) . nnn-.Ident defend.nt le .. hr..h. .
I'taVlllnnu: do ..1..1 In annear to the lilll of ""lntt'.I
You are more ambitious und you get snore o.1u..Io'n tnclil a----------------- .0.H '. In raid' run.. on or hi fnm 1"Inv. the
ot when rvj enjoyment nut everything jour TOt'NTV MINUS I). f ,li' >m'a do _-....- 11.111 ( i>f ..101 Mil ..'lll be taken ... eonfeiw ,
) blood tain good condition Inipuiitic in Monthly financial .tatement of Bradford 1. \ \\hlliJ Sun d.i -. .- 91 nl 1, ed liv .nld d.t'n.I""t.I ,,
r2 the blood have a very tlepre.sinii i-nVct on County for the ,...nth of t-vbniary. 1920. II. I'iirford J nlli.r 8 -. 8.'SI'Bnk I., further ordin-d. that thl. nnler lie rnh-
the system causing weakness lazlncus rienrral: Fund of Slnrlie ",, .. I -_.-- \ once a week for five enniu...utlve weeka !

nervousness and nu'kiiuim.QROVU'S Balance Fib. 1. llll'O\ __ow_ .___:___ .. __ _tll nottrerlnt. Hank' of Htarke do ._.___. 111.00 thl Bradford ('n"nt Tclcpr.nh. a ncwapaper -
. durlnn month ..__ __.__.. inn 9> II. II. Smith ntalrrlsls A ..-.- 11208City tuiliiinlied In county .nd slate j jTh1.
TASTELESS Chill TONIC Warrant. l..uid _______.__ __ _. .10H42Htnlance l.lnlit I'lanl lliiliU 8 .__ LIe '. March 8. 1920.
u. -
1/i? restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying \ Mach 1. 1102n n____ ..._ _1H7274 B. Miiorf n...,.1.... 17 .-____ 485 W. T. W"RI. '
and Enriching: the Blood. When jou feel Fine and Forfeit* Fundnalanra !'. A. ('.. wood 111 .___. JJOHranle (SF.AI.) Clerk (' .. '

Its strengthening! Invigorating! effect, nee Put 1. 1020 _.....-____-...DOILl1Rlrrlnt MrOrudrr. Incld 21 -_ 600 By C. A. KN1OITT. ; ". !
A. O. Brown wood 87 .. 400 A. r ADKINS. rteiiulv Clerk.Pollrltor .
; during month ,. .,, _,
how it brings color to the chucks and howIt "''.......'. lunued ___.__.__?-.?....?..?.n. 804 OBBalance Hampton Jonra repa'ra' 27 -...... 1.10 fur Complainant. S-R-Bt-4-l
; ': 'i Improves the appetite you will then March. I. 19fO .__.?._._...11008.28 Bradford Co.. Bank loan I -_ 00.OtBrmdrbril I :
/ appreciate its true tonic value. I It..., Fund (" Bank do 87 __._ I IB 00
T PPr"tU. PALE 111 ,
d 1"j : //1" GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill IONIC Ralanee Frb I. 1920 ___..___....... 46.B4Receipt Bradford County Bank do IS __- Jb.uu t. hereby MA"TFR'.. tinder and hf '' 'h
.f dur'nv' month _............. Nul. I
final' of foreeliieure mad ,
1'i'1 is not a patent medicine. It la simply Warrant. Imiued .._ __. -nl Tol.l . un. __.___.___......___ 62 I "anil I entered a In a certain d.r.eaime tvendlnv, In tb. :X 'S

'.' H IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup. I llatanre March 1. 19'fl -__ -" ."h 4B.84 1 ('..m't Court nf Bradford ('. ., .. Fliir'da. on r .

;\ So pleasant even children like it. Tho OnMt.ndlny Fand"alanee ., WAHUANT8 1B8IIED HY COMMISBIONMtH: .. d.nn. .. .ev aide of .aid roan mnd and \ ,
::i:/.' blood needs Purlfyit and IRON Fib. I. 1020 ,.__ ___.?._... I7 .88Receipt General Pand ,. and. i .". 01." nf F.h."... A. P.19PO. .
Quinine to .
II during month __............ wh..I. tin. .al'l F.mrna' Rlehard I. com ,
/. : ; to Enrich It. These reliable tonic properties Warrants l I..".... n.M......___nTa i Nancy Connor paulter -----------------S: JJMr. lilalnant and 1. F Couwav and B.rh.ra Con. ;
,, : 1117 never fall to drive out impuritlea Balance March 1. 1920 _?_,_, I7< 88Dralnaff .. Purrs. da .. ._: Do way are defendnnt.. the nndcmlirned .Bneclal ,
P.nd- Amanda Thom do ..- Jl '
the blood. w'll .11 before th. Court Tlouae floor
Balance Feb. 1, 1920 ............._.. 12090'receipt Craaby do __..__.____.___._._.__w 15 00 i Master>f llradfiird County, Klarke, Florida, on Mon.
:} The Strength-Creating of GROVE'STASTELESS durinir. month ............ n. M. McKnlnht do -.... { JOBanner day the Rth day nf April, A. I>. 1970. be. ,1.
Chill TONIC has made it warrant' l..ued .. .................... l>val do ____.--._. II tween the tetat hour nf .ale, to the hllthe.1 .
\ the favorite tonic In thousands of hunies. Balance Mareh 1, 1920 __..__.__...-_ 12090Widow. Martha 1,1 do J JJ and, lM*t bidder for ....h. the following 11o- t I
P.n.loa FeadBalance'Feb. U do -..__...- JJJ .crllied owl mtsu-.itusbd and lielnir In the I>
More than folks L 'aco.mty
I I yean ago . I, 1920 . ..._ 1704Keeetnt. .. Hunter do ...-.-..... 4 noKlUabcth ,".
? ? Bradford and fttate of
I IH ? ? nf ,
would ride a long distancn to GROVE'STASTELESS ...... ._ 4 110.101. tn
Al\vaysWeIcome get durlnir. month _-__. ._- __. 107.PS Hunter du OiWar'n '
!. Chill IXJNIC when a Warrant liwued _n__ _____-?__ 24400 I.., do ._.......__.. I. 0Affl. ,I I.'..* Fa.t nf lha Nnrthea.t Quarter ; ,
\J,, You little Tancal-plnyed along the way, didn't your member of their family had Malaria or Balance March I. 1920 __._n_... . 84.HO du -.-_- JOO ..f the 1.1 Ouarter itf function 2t.! In
: I Oh well. It'. all ht. Be. au.e March I.... Clark do .. .. J '
j6' Kept grandma waiting iu< needed a body-building atrangth-iiivinil 4th 1920. .00 Town.hip' S Routh Ranv* 22 Ra.t, containing

:10i: CALUMET tonic. The formula Is just' the same today Bradford fit... County of Florida.' Mra.Hannah Annl.Harrle 1'.lIob do --do_..-- _---- J J JO Twenty acre*. more or I.. M JOHN I''

h and you can get It from allY drug! I hereby certify that the forriroln. ....a.m.,1nr Martha Wilkinson do _._..-._._._ 800 1 A. V. TONG F. Hlterlal. Ma terHollclUr
l )\ tore. !lOa per bottle. the eeeelpta and dl.bur.ementa. of the W. N. Newman do ...-_-........ 0 for Complainant. 8-8-Rt-4-t
tI'v BAKING POWDER fund of Bradford County for the month ofFebruary. II. II. John do ............ ____. 000Mr. I
\. \ I la always Y Rht. It'. worth wnitlnR for. Alway we]. 1920 I. true and enrreet to the .. Nora lUwllna d......__.._.._ I ao -
P p come. Never shirks Its Never fads. Never FINANCIAL STATEMENT COUNTY SCHOOL beat of my Knowledge' and belief. HII..II Kelley do __. _._____- 10.00 I APFCIAI. MASTER'S
0" wa tc* minutes. or .: .r.ornd I know Its pure> and rUNDS W. T. WRFKM.fSEAL . Martha Oatlin do __...-.-_____._._ 101 I Notice I. b..b.. irlven that under and hvI
J wholeaome, u Calumet conoin. only such Inuredlent ) Clerk Circuit' Court.Bradford John Wrlrht. do ...._..__________ I virtue of a final decree of foree.ln.ure m.deand ''i
17 i '1 d'' M have been approved ollicially by the U. b. Food County Buperlntendent'* financial ..t.t.m.nlof County W.d Wynn du _.__._._.______. .9 entered In a certain ..".. nenfKnv In the f '
.JI l" ( !t Authoritiea." county a hoot fund for the month of By C. A. KNIGHT J, f.: How .... ._..-__.._ Circuit' Court of Bradford Count,.. Flor'da. on :

; You tav when you buy it-you raw wlint you tea iff. February, 1920. IVputy Clerk. J. ()I. WII.m. do ....._..._______ 500 the hancerv *lde nf .aid court made and; It
General Reheol. Pan1Ttalanee Rrvln ... "' do ...___.__._ entered on oho 20lh ilay nf February A. f>.
,I'I ; I+ HIGHEST SS2"st Frb 1. mo .........___....101(1( III Newman Children: do ..__..._..-__-.. 6.10 11(70! wherein the .aid F II trftnir. I. enm.plalnant .
.,' { Receipt during. mnnth -- ....______-.IRft72.41 C1 FHKH: HFPOKT!: Martha Melonald do .____.__._ 1.00 and f.. I,. Bapp. .Jr.* et al +
Warrant tuned _._____........____.127 ."0n.l.nce Btarke.clerk Fla Ihu Marrh I. 1910Renort Alice Bryant do -.._____.__.__ I ao are df.ndenl., the underwlened a. NnwcsalMnofnt I .
; 1020 .___..1HIM.1] of the of Circuit Court Inand 800 '
f 1 March 1. :. C. Byrd do .- w'll' pull iH'foiv the Court no. rioorof
1 Ir i N..1--' for Bradford eoitnfy, Plan IN on ...nullt __._.__. '
" pp' Ir tnY- 1. P. Melvln do -.._- Bradford, County FI..ld. on Monday \
) I 1 ' I fa e .__..._.. ..___ 209.1. of T. ... aaaeaaed for the year 19191 .__.. 1.k.
4 ,ry' Balance Feb 1, 19BO -w Karhel do ... __..?.... the Blh day nf . A. fl. 1920 between ;
"fJ Receipt dur'nir. month .... .......___ .46 8 M. nOWI NHfa Mallnda l.nk.. do ._..-........... 8.00 the h.l. of Mali, to the hlehmtanl II
( Warrant l..ued ..._n--._.-__-.__ Crll.uicrCounty Catherine Crew do _.?-.......... J 00 bent bidder ,. c..h the following de.erlhed i

'r f Balance March 1. 1920 ....2....... 1(19(11 1. to hal dun .ProperFeb. .._ .._.n..1II9ft'.n8 Martramt ) . do __._____.._-__ 8.00 reel, e.late. .U.... and betneIn the 'I) ''i
d tllrtrict N.. ...__..__ Bradford State of Florid
.. Willie Martin do --- 101 county nf and to.
n.l.nce F.-b. I. 1920 ..__......._.. 1RIXM lly amt "collected. (lull 80Marrh M. M llud.on do ...-1 00 wit i
the weelc-cnd with his mother Receipt durlnir month _... 12 B4Warrant. Fflln: Cordon "0l One .. In of KInnln'Av..n".
EAST STARKE spent u '''' 1. to hot due ._ __.. ....lIUmRlH J"nk Nettle., for iiauper. eomer .no
l .ued .........__._ 49 00 -- >nw CVi., n iMMik clerk -......... 61 20 Stark Ito.d In ", Cnuni<* and "'
A e Mrs. J. H. Hall. 11140_ _____._._.._ .43flltlrtrt Ri .d and llridre Dl.lrirt N s.1 .. le'Rm. '
1 11"1.,,... March 1. ( 124 Tell. 1. to hal due _..._.______.___.__..7900111By 1)row Co.. *UI'II.| clerk -....... ..8 Iw rtif and lM> ( 21. Town.hlp fl I
Miss KITic Sloan has returned home No.' I Drew to.! .. H 1J 0.noh. 22 .....1. t.r..r tilth the .
East Starke March 12. Arch Tho- amt collected __ _ _.._.____ 128 48 d. lnn.
after several days in Starke Overdraft Feb. I, 1920 _.,_n.._______ 21109 h u Drew Co. do __....__... .. Leo dwelling .. and ..". hulldlnir ttte-eon. ;: ,

was the guest of R. P. Strick- spending Receipt during. month __..-.-____n 4021 March 1. to hal due .._ .__.__...__.-79(1007 J. O. ranter. e.p in ...h eorn -. 11 07 and the ... and flaturea now In nr here.after ,\ r
d with her aunt Mrs. R. Burrows. Warrant lIo.u.... _._____. n._..._____. 12411 Ro.d and l'rI'... IH.triet. N. I Marks I luine, (in., phone, rent -._ 8 8RBradford to h. placed In ...1" atom buMdlne

," Sunday. Among those attending the Silas llalanra March 1. 1920 ._..__........ 12 Tm.trlrt ....10. 1. to fist due -- __--__________..810118 Co.: leleiirnlill nub r.'IKirui eta 2110Inhn Alwn cimtmennlne. on the South line nf See.linn Y
fit r ''Cards are out announcing the cn- and N' .. 4 By amt collected ... __.___.._ _. Mack janitor ..-___ 21100 ?8, where It the Se.lmnr't, Air,
Green show at Starke Mr. 00 ?
were Tli.l.noe Feb. 1. 1920 .__.___....n___ 1B2IUReceipt. C. A. Knlnlit .upvr. r.. ..- 20.00 f Inn RsRwsv' Tnt-k In Town.h'p B South
Bement of Miss Alice Strickland of Mrs. Lester Kite, Misses Effie and ., during month _____..._.._ 1 20Warrant. March I I. to l">l duo _...._. _..__8101.18Widow. Flora (;. 1..t il.TiMill.l ration ant n' -- 1011.00 I'mive PP Fa.t. and run North on .aid Riill-
of l..ued .___.. ....__....___ B 00 -- .. l
p Starke to Mr Frances Starr, .' Pen.lim W. T. clerk ele ... 1110J. I..rl 1174 feet thenee at rli'ht .nvl. ?
Edith Sloan Bertha Sloan and Hogan llnlance March I. 1920 __.___ .____._ 14"..IIMm.trl. "O.. truck Fut anil I ,
Soot .
dele Ga. the marriage to take Feb 1. to 1.1 due ..n _"..._.______,1.011 lfl O 1'1 r hurt - > n..l"n. n
Smith. .. N.. B By amt eiilleclcd. _____.________.. 10790 W. "'. W.k. too .oldlera dl..h...... _. 4 ,.**.'. to .. of lievlnnlnw. 0..o.5111, I
April 4th. W. Middleton visitor I Ra.aniu Frb 1. 1B20 .?._.n_______ 1* HOR. .u >. 1ehirra, ,,'.rk. Ill.00r. tdttt of h .'.nlne:. run South and W.. orrarnlliil .

Dr. E. was a .>ei>lpt. during month .....____..__ V It March I. to' due .___ _.___ .1ZH .2B E. le wood -._._. WOO ..' -nM lla ,Iwav tra-k 2"0 feet. Y",
I, I Icssrs. Buddie George and Curt here Friday. I Warrant. Immed .. .. _................ Count Brhnol- ..lamva burial I'arrliih .._. 7.80ltlrhar.1 thence F.i"t and South nr at rlvhl anpte' tn.aid ,
s, of Starke, attended prayer meetat Miss Edith Sloan Is spending a few' llalanev' March 1. ID2O .. .___..._ __ 2B 02 Fib 1. to bat due .____-_ __..._.._.___.*7n2* 0Ity Kin ... I'.U''" ._- 80(1H. ( "allway tr.elt 280 feet i thenne North 9\ t
' IX.Irlrt Ne.' 5 Amt ...11....'.'" _._.___.___._.._____21IMK10Marrh M. llnwllnii com tax e..1 -- 1U4."OI' and I""t. or "..1..1 with .aid railway t..I J ,
school house Sunday
Randolph days in Starke with relatives. Valance Fib 1. 1920 __...._n______ Fl 01Reei'lnt. :, M. John eo stop .... 119 "no I the**., '' and Mni>.. e.r al ... ,

4 JTht.P.We. Oliver Sparks of Louise was a visitor during month ___ ___._.__ S 41Warrant I I. to lial dim ... h ..___...__28711420County 1. W. While .Hun hronm. 871A. nneb. to old llallwiy track 2BO feet tn the "
' I.Htled _....__.....n.___.. K 110Ttalnnce Pull.Vin. M. llnrbv lobe .. .11 .,Itnlnt of L.Innhw.Al.o .
t are sorry to report Adam An- here Sunday. March 1. 1120 __-___...___n 111.OH 1. to ha due ....._..___..____1I7 00By Cm A. .... I..It.. ,. ":. T Kn'irht' 2 no contmeneit. at the AW Corner nf Senin '
vs 'family on the sick list this Mr. and !Mrs. A. K. Smith is spend Dl.trtrt No. T toot rolli-rted _-_-__..________.___.. a .on) J. M. Mann do -.... 100Iceher '.", R <>. >th, nf Rnnve/ !K...t. and '.
r with relatives. "'..1,10.. F.b 1. In20 .__.________..._ 20B 54Vwclpl. K'n' do .. .. 1.01 run North nn P. " I I'".. 420 ,.. tn notnt.if '
ek. inir a few days in. Hawthorne durlnv tnnnlh .............. ..11.Warrant. March t. to due. _______..___._.1021.00 W. W llal.den' 1.01) lieirlnnlnelien, : lint ,nil, thene '
.- -- 1i..".d __ _..... .. T.fal Jut "rhnnlr.b. W. J. Kitpmiin do ... --- 1111( 240 f.'L lion,. We.t (100 feel thence r': :

r r SAMPSON'CITV Jesse Ogden of Graham was a bus. llHlanre March 1. 19211. _--_____._--__ SOB.HT I. t.. bal, d-m _____.--.__.___.___.7842(1(1 lien.. A. (:...I1."r Iraanlty W. II. Carver Jon*. on Section line 240 feet to the point nf .r

"101.... No. BTtalance By amt .oll.d' .__.__________. __.__ 121.10 K I., Illirua do ... 201 "wl."ln. 1
1 Incas visitor here Friday. F.b. 1. 1020 ...__.____.__.? 1111 fill I J. C.! Will do ....- BOO A Inn the Northweet Qua'ter of the South. ,'\ I 1

Sampson City March! 12.-Mr. and Kirby Smith was a visitor to Starke Receipt durlnir month _.......____.. March I, to hat due ._._._.___j.___ _742100 W. W. llahilen rin, ------- I "''I w..( Ouarler and the Fn.t If.lf nf the North.ueM i, 1
Warrants iHem-d n_._.____._........ P"Hrhnol. Bond.IVb I W. J. Kppenum:. do 12 BOI Ounrler "f the N..h..t Uuarter of the :\\i i ",
: of
':1I1"I! Frank Reynolds. Jacksonville Tuesday and purchased an Essex car llalance March 1. 1020 .-___.____.___ 1. to bal due __ ._ .._._____.___BMR flu I 'I A ( ar'llner ln..nlly Ire MrKlnney 21)11() Kouthwe.1, Ouarler <>' the Moiilhwe-t (lo.rter., *;

[!pent Sunday here with relatives. from Smith's Garage. III..rI.t No. 1 lly amt eulliirtod ..______.___ ..._ I7.MAI ,. T. (:aml.h.1 do ._ ... 200 and (he We>> I.1 nf the No.lh".t Uoarlerof ,1 \
of Jacksonville..L I nnlance F.b. I. 11)20 ____._..__._____ 47 411 n I K:. I. | '- _.- HO'I the 1 h Quarter of tie SotllhweNtctuarter \1 t
,t!. V. Williams Messrs. Hogan Smith and Ray Receipt during month __...._.__.__. B 70 1 I Mnrih 1. to hal duo --------------1111(17711 W, W.. llal.d'n.. do -_ -. ... I nil 1 or Section: Town.hlp B South. ,\ 4

Warrant limci.-cl _.n_________________ 1000IlHlance ....1'1.1 Per* llridre hood ni.trirt "'i. I I W. J. l'.p': .r.n do .-.._ _.._____._ H7fiC Itnniie 22 Riwt. .
Varch 1, II>20 ___...__._..._ Hit IB F.h. 1. to .lial due __-_____._.._-_.___.21001 4( : ly l.lvht riant Ilirht. 1692 A INO enmntenrluir at S1V C.irner nf Nen. '
-"' '-::-- ---:: Itl.lrlrt No. ID Bv snit eollertrd _._. __ __ ..._.__ 87041 M r. Mary Tyre pauiH-r 4 (MlPrew 1 'lion 1 S'I.I Town.hlii R South. Rnnva ft I ..t. ,
_-- - .- nnlance F.1, 1020( __n_._.._.__._. HI 14 .n. ('n.. ." clerk ." I OK and run North nn Kerf Ion line 40 furln a

Rr>c.lnt. during month __.__.....-... March 1. to lial due _.. .. ._____21B91 01 W. J. ..:,.. .n 1",1.I with hoard _ 111 Ml 1 liolnt nf 1..lnn'n". thene Weet ((1(10 feet
llf Warrant. l.....d ___.....n_..... ...-* 1000llalance "e, ....1.1 K-.if llridre Rood n District .Nt N. I>. Walnwrlrht. advance tai aiwni.iir Inn n tlienew North 240 furl. thenoe r.unt: Mi, feet ,

L March I. 1920 .____._____.._ 141.14 F. h. I. to bal due ___.__ ______.._._.__18800.BH W. .I. Fnnrmmn: fining jury box I Ofl) thenee Houlh nn Section line 240 ... to the
Is. rtl.trirt No. II fly amt eollncted. __ __... ___...... I v v. "(...u0m'nm. .l.l. fair __- 2811.HI IHiInt nf lieirlnnlnii.A :I J:
Ralane' Feb. 1. 1020 ._____..__._____ 129 PPmints un Drew ItoddlHh 1 Uuy com and mlleaiie loin 'IIKI the I North.ant Quartiir nf the Southiiifct ;
"'. durlnpr month _.n_.__._____ 8.IS March 1. to bat lu.--------- 1BHOO.B ,1. M. Hrownlee II.. . 4 HI 1 Warrant Inaued ..........._...._..._. W. T. : C.: A. Kiirierta do .._ ...._ ... 74(1fl ( he, KH.t: Half of the No.t..t Qu.rtvr of th. .
n.I..... March 1. 1920 __.__._n___.. 182411 ( ) Clerk: CI-mI.* Court V. ll rokr do ... .. ._ 11 Houthea.t Quarter of I.U..n 27. 'luwnNhlp' RHiruth f
1 IN.Irlct. N.. IInalanr By C. A. KVJMT. I do 41, Knnire 2 Kant, .no Hl acre* :
F.-b 1. 1920 _.__..___.____. *4. 70 Deputy Clerk. J..m.1.0..11.. .. .. ".. pauper 9 more or I... ,1
Roeclpt durlnir' month .__n______... B.01 K.f.: M. 1.k.J..h.a drafting .o" ..._.. ID Ud .E. M. JOHN1, .
Warrant (.tied .. ................... --- Hunk ot H'.rke 'Inl_r-at ..... IH tl1 A. V I.ONfl Ma.terHollcllor '
Tlalane' March 1. 1920 _...__.-_ .n._ EB4.71Dl.tHrt WARHANTH PAID BV HCHOOI. BOARD Fine and Forfeiture PandF I for, Coml.I"ln.ot.I''I.HBBt4.2SAIE 'i'lI'
rf Na. 11 C. *' Knlirht, cle'lral work ..n__.____ 8H 01 .
f. T..n'r malls for Jail
11.1..... Feb 1, 1920 _.. .__...____... SI.87 F: It. I'opprll. Inrld. office -. __n___.___ ft (IIK ) Dr. J. C. Will.. CO nl.lihy.lrlan 4 '
THE R-cclnt. riurlnir month ._.... .__...._ It. loops tra< elln. ettpen.r. ._n__ VK 01 W.J fn..n: feidlnv prl.oneni ... 41 1 OF ROA. AND IRIII.; nONflflllerel.v '
Warrant, tanied ___...__.___......... I'I.: 1' ..I>arv Punt ....__n__... 1800(1 W W guard at Jail .._ Inns( not wlven ,tflo o'tflookIt .:
H..lnce March 1. 1920 ______..___ __ SI.117 Ti/a T. HirlnHe. bold ''''''.......... 8 'BNn.a W. f'.'.'(. n .... ,. at ._ S 01r ; : '. the 10th day of February, '1
The Ford Coupe with electric sclfstarr'ig Dl.trirt No. 14 I>uVe. ......hln" _________.....___ At 7fln .hl. j.1 .. 12.I1.hd.county court hou.e In Htarbe,
an 4. Cardlner: Klehard
A. fr: .. do _.. __..._.__ HOfln 0 '0. 1..1. 88 und. rnltfnird will offer for .ale
11.1."... '?'h. 1, 10ZO .__ .._________ Z1H9Ifecelpta n .nun W J. .. .. : I
Bppenon _
and lighting system U one of the most popular durlnir month ___.__.____ 7.R9 (:'0. members of the Ford Family. It i It a Warrant luxiril .n_ .. .n_._..__.__... 24 78Ralano W Roh. <>H. do . _..._............ lllinfl ..... __ n._. -10(1Mule ( h.ind. to tie, le.ileil by Special fto.fl and llr!.1te .
permanently f'etta Ar-rlmnn do _.. ............. 90.0(1 -- fil.trirl( On. of County, I
M.roh t. 1920 .. .___..___n 1141:1: -- Crew do . . _.... 1 on) 1,1. I..e
enclosed car, with sliding plate glass rx.trirt No. .Kllalanc M.., John.on do __._..__....._____. 1* on M Crew do 1 Onf'ay Florida: :/ I :hy amend.d i
W. _
windows-an car with plenty of shade. F.b. 1, 1920 __n ._...___.._. 12.*1k.erlllo MO. A. R-ilth do __..__..__u.___.. B'rlOMeole Newaom, juror _, .. _. .-. 1 on h* Chapter 71101, Law of 'I'I', and In
open during month .____.________ ..111Wa."t. Bavl.ff' d.. .____...._nn__ ft (inr.ther'ne O. W. le .. ..rn' with the roolutlnn. of th* Board
Then in inclement weather enclosed and Harr son do __.............. 70 onIdiby .. 101 of Truxi.e. of the acid dlntrlct '.
cozy, liwued __: ._.__n .... ... >. M. Minion do ... .. ,_.__._ .e"pto
llalanc. March 1. 1020 .__..____.__. SI.02 Rnbrrta do .-- ..____........... M 01KM n.rl.> ('m do ___ tl' nth 10901 .
dust-proof and rain-proof. Just the car 01.1..... No.- 14 !.. wolf wnnh'o .................. 7Bfl'l) P'lm. Nllcox" do .__ ._......___ 1/ ", ald bonds .. to lie, d.ted July lot
traveling salesmen physicians, architects! contractors Overdraft Feb 1. 1920 ?__.n_.__.__ 1' M.. "HV MiK'nndo .___............... HI 00Frvln Will Iturniy do u? ....._. 101 10(1( .::::. .nil. will hvued In twentyHilirht I2B) v I I'f
Kerelnt. dodo. month ._..___....... 2.2B : T>eV|" do _._.................. 41 "0 n. I aril'ner -lacy Kltah S44 <., the Oral aerie to mallow July Int. -
builders, and a regular family car for Warrant ln-u.-d ._ ____....._...'. nnle. Moor dn ._n_-_.............. '1 "0 w 0 .1 Vnm do r. ..._.._...._ 19 US ': and each .tirreedlntr ....1... to mature ,
I' / Demountable with 3-i icli tires all Ovrrdrafl. Marrh 1.u.1120 .-....---.-- 1K.8B "...1.. r>iib.... do ....._.__,_....__... Binr..r.r W wmnn ron wltnea.-........ 100( one "... ,later than the ... whleh, I..r.".. "
; two. .l.> K'l...-.'. do ..._......_____ 111 01Fdna : It : that I. to.. Serle A will m.ture Inlyut ,
'''.t.Irt No. IT ? W. .diin do ..._......... _. 100
around. To women i it brings the convenience nalane. Feb. 1. W20 ._.-._._.__._._ 17 HI Raitrr .to ..................... <0 no M'tV"',w. Juror ......._.._....._ 1 and 11122 Sere.. I vlll. m.ture fitly I III'**,. .

and comforts of the electric with .he durability) ",..!r.t. durlnir month nn__....... 1 14Warrant. I',',,, P.n..h| din:1: : : : : : : :.....: B101Nina > M. 1 ml"K"., do _...__._.... I t *. .1..ld"oo will The be 1.,1..* be i nn..d for ..le \
'*.tiid _._____._._____ S BO WID'aimi tf. It. C. John do ... ..._....._ 1 01
and economy of the Ford car. J>rly orders will Balance March 1. 11120 .________._. IS.tll 4. T BamM dn' --- .---,..-,.._.... 78 nit C: f' do _..:........._ loof. p coo.oo each nf Kerlce A. I. C. P E F. '"
>l.trlT-t" No. II I o n..le Ka'l di ..__..._._............ 0' "0 I'. BHafTer do ._._.. 10(1 O. /f.I J K. ,. M. N. O. P. 11. T.
f Void long delays in delivery. Overdraft Frb.. I. IdilO .?_.____..___. I *f 8 H. fkiwlln do ___.___...._....._ I1" m ITmry Brown do _.._....._._._ 1 And t ono.uii) each of tV, X. Y, 1,
r. F.. di .. . .___.._ ..___. inl 01Irannette n X and
) rl..e..lnt. during month u_........... R '7 Tory .0 : Irfiuan Crew .. .2" IUe
Warranta liMiue ,___.__...___._____. 14011 Matt.hewn do .....--...-.-... 0. .| F C.dln., ? ?,,? .1.| .. ,.,_.___ Tlie, *. 1 ,' lo hear Interent at S pr
"at.raillniwr .In. . ..._............ F0 Ill. ? 1.9 rent per annum r'" .eml.annu.lly In NewVork I
Overdraft March I. 1*20 ._._ _________ 1241 I ... Alrw TVnd-rhlll' wltnra _._. ._ '
j The Ford GarageA. Dl.trlct N*. ItFlalane T 'ld 'rman. d-------- (*1 "nrnrIa "'. . nr at .h. "ll.. nf th* Board of hood
_..... 00
I Fi-b. 1, two ____ IIII'! R..IIr.. do. .__ _......... "1) 00Mr. J'Kppenon 1 1 0(1( .... In harks Florida, .. th. hiddenmay ''
J do. .. .s--- ....... 111 . ; - electAll
C. Dlgml
durln _... 7.74Warrant K ._._ _
Receipt "ndru
W. & G. A. ANDERSON ;;J Issued .. .. ....... ".,r 5 law do ___...._...__.___. dimIxilw "'.:. T KI'eoK' ._. lull 10(1: bid. shall he w-ltlnv. nealed and un. .
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ttalane March 1. 1R20 __._..____._. n.all f'rrrym.n do __ ... ............ "B "0 .. r'reril'... do -_._-_ .. I -<,vllrtnnl, nne. mu 1" for all the .bond now
. "' e .. ..
I .1. Thomii di or thereof, not I d than $10.
.fV.I"T' ni.trlrt No. It Mildred. I _.----__--_--. -..-. (II"tl nl) .1:I. T.rrv di I ',"r..e, .. and lie hy .. ,
( "ilane. Frb 1, 11(20 __.-____.-___.__ 118 l. Cmhy do T. I. Mryan do ,_...._. | ll .hl .r"m"1 a .-
IO.IM.I diirlnr. month ______u_____ e Knv itM '- .. .. _..,..... ,0' : H.: llryan do .- ...:: 1.00 .e shah per par, value \
t f1 W.rrhnta lu.t..eR . ___. M Orffla do _.. _._.. .-.___ .. 7100' --- 1 1'1 bond bid f. rViii
-. ;;;O I . March 1. 1020-____ KB.*\ (.. .I!, inn d. -_ .. ... __ .. ... >. ""> : I ti- nil to he 41'llvered to the purchaser
c ?;_ Dletrlrt No. II' Kiln: Minion' do .. .____..... .-..__. 101 f 1-irp To ""''TO'-; AND- ;; | ;I n *..n... ih lan t"- prlnlitdTh. .

"S il Pats,.,. Frh 1. 1920 _.____. .___1... If 7.0tw..l C. Kelly il" ____n. ....._ .... .... Bl 01. "I'I frroi. Indilil.d to the raisin rl.-lit U. rejr" any or nil Md.l hereby
} J"<) .... dttrlnv month ..-. .. 1 .41 WI.. 1.._ d.i _. ._u'_._ ..__.. .. M .r0' Ibid fi.,'Inn, late of Bradford Cnunty U retwrvrd
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I ln- atii .....*.d ..-. .--.---...-.---- I I M K. Kelly do __ n...... '....... M 01f ': ".r..d .re nqur.iiid Ihulr IlnA no I>' (invncrfr TRIIRTFNn''
.' I' I. 1920 K Killy do __ .____.__.. .?.... .n-o cad d. b" > furlhwlth. and all rieraon. h..lnt f'1 At, ?ionniHTftfrr ANDIIMInrl
-.-< -.rr7i- '..? r -;' # Majnh IM.Irlrt Na.- -:-21- -----"" 1211.8111' 'd. Ifanbenion. do . ........ .......... 4101 rla': .. a alnrtaid! AA "u .'.sll'! "1.. low vo OMBB'lMlFOKD '0
f1 ,. Palanea Feb I, 1920 __.___.-..._____ B 01 '? le, Krllrr d.i .._.._...._____..... 41 I* 'J 1 a"lb.n'laho.' 'th ,... undnralxned u. CO1JNTV Fl.OIt
r, ,ipta" durlnir month ___. ..____ . 4111. ": K.: bull do. . . _. .. _ .1HMaitui y< ar from date herwif, i.r If),.
Warrant tawd ...__.._._.-....__.-._ .090 Spits do .. _....... .__.. ... *i "iI '.iv will forever barred Hy K' S). MATTfrrW$.
1 Overdraft March 1. 1920 ll.M '! I I. J. Keller do .. .___._........... 8800 Tl". day of F.b''I. 1920 Chairman
ni.trlrt N*:-II--'----'-' I i i.I. I I.. ('. Howell M wrv ..._____..-__--1 4 911 I. 8 It.WANT, 'h. f..n.: .le M. beeMonday until i

Balance F.b. 1, mo __._.______-__ 44*.TT I' M. faditett do ..___..___...___.. 7.20 '2-27.Dt-4.23. E.Mulor. M..h 18th, 1920. 2.1.111-1.

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FRIDAY. MARCH 12. 1920.

'.y, H10.i -

r" K ida. We would 1; Farmer Brown
Bradford County Telegraph ripe for it.

_ ._ _ a measure that ,
- -
in all north -
ers ;
+' PuNUHhed Weekly, and entered as sea ply. to favor a j jI j I I j-ourduds In about an hour she began to swell
; .,. Perkins this up
I I I I over to Cy
1 f Florida. I law. In the j I: then she began to run around and

"",, ----= desired by I Cy. Thought we would squeal. Finally she made a run for
y E. So MATTHEWS, Editor and ()wner.I' comparatively i iI and have a chat this even the lake and In she went. She was to
I body. But if a |I : :; : at home puffed up that she floated like a cork,
I should fly over Come and she made for the other side of the
'+ Green Cove Springs has an able and I you came over.
the cultivated did the
The powder
lake. work too
ingenious "nature faker. We like to the woodland I I buy bucket and get
Better a your hogs
r read< his inventions. But we do not ion at mere II 'I Mrs. Perkins. Brown want started before the peanuts are ready
print them as news, aa a certain great I along with him to make
+ green paper. for the hogs.
metropolitan paper does. have all the I I' this evening. I
I use. Sooner 'I j come along. I am mighty Say they have Borne good saddles, I
et .. The railroads are beginning to cut will take a : 'I I l rainy days. the black ones are $21 and the tan, I
down their forces to their actual needs | $22.50. They are mighty; good ones, I
will :
range how is everything com I
I control large Snyder they are short
During government a too. says on
tively cheap : around these
added in 'i politickerg things, as the wholesale house
number of men were every I I some ;
lug period all mighty friendly '
e department only to create fat Jobs for to the free I shook hands with more seem to be short of BO many things ,
tI friends of the bosses and on account of I But if ,' time that they back order about half the
even I than for long
: i I
I from the unions. This state that Jones orders. They
Jlr"ure pelled stock I I' NOW don't goods come
i of things is coming to an end rapidly tie no farmer \ the farmers ; stringing In later as fast as they can '
t' and discharged railroaders will to | so ? get them from the manufacturers but .
ler, would risk : i but
some extent relieve the scarcity of la fenced and i :I my sentiments, too; we he manages to keep up a good stock :
; .. Been to Starke lately? '
bor. ; cattle end hogs i, ] over yesterday. Had pret : and has as good Hardware Store ai
otherwise you will find anywhere. He HUH a new
Such headlines as these glare at us pastures. This I I : : : but did not see DeWitt but stock of Hoes at 65c to $1.00; Rakes,
He's sick with the flu
from the daily papers! "Reds InvadeLupakaliskoi county, where '' \ : (!0e to $1.35; Leather Collars, $4.7S
; k ," "Trouble in Ireland northern I now. Saw Dad Fling and $6.You .
portion j I
h I on three legs, though
I Poe-iblc.. many years.Those j I .,I to work yet. It seemed j should hear their Talking

Progress! In India" "20,000 Armenians "I South f I him out again. Went in Mat'hinf'-the Dalion Phonograph.
Massacred "New Riots in Uprlin.1 want a no-fence :, and snyder has his hands i' Guess I'll have to buy one for Sa-
| get it without I I mantha. She lonesome
"BolH Kun's Army Mobilized etc. Its, The boys are helping gets so and
ties where it I : : ; : : :
I will give us lots of pleasure these long .
is over six months since the peace to I the time they can spare
' 1, terms were fixed and yet it seems1 jury adopt I works. They have evenings, and when ;you all come over
state is crossed
that the real world war is only begin I ed railroads ;!i i I of new Stoves and they we can give you some good music
them. The Snyder was talking to me about
JlinlJ /:. on ranges
rivers, canals an I I \ $C5 to $75; Cook Stoves I collections Now Mr. Jones is sick
A magazine cover presents the picture a tion"trocha"the |],',I > and $55. and will need all the money that it
en . in full line of Screen coming to him. Accounts are all due
h of a young woman voter with a section : a
e ballot and a pencil in her hand. Before In on the of \ Big suplpy of Hog the first of every month and they need
t her are two pictures of candidates abandon course buckets. It's a mighty fine the money to buy more goods to well to
t big for it's death get more money to buy more goodx..
for the same office. One is a small herds of hog to Hog
j ? good looking young man, the other an makes them pick right up. See, here is a picture of the Talking
4t elderly man with whiskers. The picture they provide will pastures then : : i ;: 1 : :: I j I I I at Kingsley lake told Machine. Ain't it a wonder how

is very suggestive as no one will law of their a bucket and took home they can talk and what find music they
doubt that the mark she will make on The Bartow lie thought he would try can play I could sit and listen all

the ballot will be before the name of your vote only : ., razorback hogs running day.

the young candidate. Yet, is she. any legislature who : lake. He mixed up a feed Well Samantha let's go home.
more unfit to vote than the average: the passage of out when an old sow came These folks may want to go to bed.
male elector, who votes for the candidates we could not do ate it up right quick. Well Come up some evening; let's be more
within his own party who he has for in this she 'was back for sociable.
+ taken a liking to, regardless of their freak would he gave her another feed. 'Night, Neighbor Perkins.Theflome.

fitness for office, and who swears that we could not I I .
he would rather vote for a yellow dog -

who belonged to his own party than . .
+ for the best man who ever lived if he '
belonged to the rival party Raiford 'I ( .
and little 1i
"Overalls clubs" are being formedin ed home after .
many towns. When a passable suit with relatives in .
of clothes costs $(.0 and a very infector Dr. Bing of I
one $45 such steps, when not actually town Wednesday.Miss i I r
: :
'i necessary, are at least desirable, Bessie
in order to bring down the exorbitant ler, was the
price of clothes. In proof that the Thursday. '

high prices are due solely to profiteering Earl Whitten '
I' '
It may be cited that an Eng1 county seat .
'$tatesman through his energy in John and

harassing the profiteers, was enabled I clenny were -
the to place for sale 100,000 Tuesday and "
nulUt.of, clothes, for which $75 per W. I. 'If'r. . '
suit had been asked, for $14 per suit' work at Olustee. Sociable
only. If our alleged profiteer huntershad'ttsed'the There was a j
name energy overalls school house
clubs would have been unknown. As a crowd .
I r it is, such clubs will of necessity become disagreeable .
''f ; ; common over the country and to show again a dull moment after supper to drive
i clothes discarded for their shabbiness Felix Sapp thehomefolksoutlookingforentertainment.
will be cleaned and patched and worn spending a few a
again. relatives.- place so friendly,so Inviting that neigh-

; Mrs. Louis . drop in whenever they can. Make yours

THE NEW STATE MAP vine, is '" kind of home. Come down this week and

her daughter, '' us about getting a
Florida like Alaska has an unwieldy Mrs Brent .':
shape. At first It runs (,ffnorthwlIterly the bedside of n lna rrv f ,ry1nf
u, then due went. The who has been '
geographical center of the state Instead proving:
' of lying. way Inland is situated W. M. .t
1, at the edge of the Gulf, on the line of Jacksonville .
i Citrus and 'Hernamio counties ap A. D. '\\ I
II proximately For this reason all previous to Jacksonville : 4 '
V maps of the state issued by the I Mr. and Mrs. ' .' . "..firtne wonderful phonograph
department of agriculture, have had let, spent the : \ with the instrumentized
the western portion of the state bobbed friends. [ : tone throat,! .,,
off and placed at the bottom to he Mrs. Dorothy i
left Above it was, following the noncommittal ville was the No metal not a nail -
government fashion the title Naucight enters la the vital sound-

and a few explanations Miss\ Helen : : carrying:; parts cf the Dalion.
lion. W. A. McRae, the present com. few days in (
missioner of agriculture has at taut Earl Whitten rr Tone throat and tone cham-
been able to make an important in Jacksonville +If Z 'ber are made of seasoned

change in the get-up of the state map, It. U. I j violin wood haad-chaped::
and the latest Issue, for a copy of Wesley and and glued like the finest of
which he has our thanks, has the state business here i J i Il, ; instrument
all In one piece. This has compelled W. H. y.

' r+ an increase of the width to fifty inch and rclatfves A Dalion rendition gives a
es. The space beneath West Florida Miss Loca new meaning phonograph
has been filled with valuable referenceand few days here music. Come down and
statistical matter. The most val. and Mrs bear it.
uable is *\ list of 2,000 names of places W. W, Rice, !
which can be easily found on the map at Hillard has :
by means of letters and figures in the Miss Loca ,
margins. How much time this arranurement end with her
+ saves can only be appre- C. Canon. .j
elated by those who have spent. an Wilma "
m hour in the vain effort to find a place here with her
which after all was not on the map. Addison '
The map In, we believe, as accurate Mrs Drew
f' us it is passible to make it with the, end with her

data on hand and the small scale. It t, Lake Butler.ChcHclrigh. | ,, | .
chows, besides all the natural f'aturelltown..hlps I
t ranges and sections towns,, South '

railroad, canal and improved chan while hers\ De Witt C.
nels. The map is printed' on good paper Mrs. S. W. Jones
and the work has been well axe Rev Wells '
cuted. been on the > Hardware Store
The statistical tables are very interesting are Improving '

as showing the growth of W. I. I I =T--
population farm acreage and wealth I wet'k-end here + : ono

from time to time. Except for California I ; Garage adMachiD :mpany' 1
i, during the early days, no state ,
has hud such a rapid growth as Flor I U
ida.The Brooker, l\ l : and MADISON... PHONE 103
map is an epitome of'what all : Warren, of :
interested in the state wish to know. : Friday to Storage, Auto Repairing Vulcaniz- 8
It is a credit to the agricultural department her parents I ,
ae of the state than which notate ren.Miss | ?' Battery Work, Welding, Acceorie., Free

' t has a better one. Mr. \McRae Thelma l .' ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Beer to it that no Information or instruction Saturday '

6 that his department can fur. visit in Georgia HOURS 6 A. M. to 10 P.
Dish-fa withheld from the public. Sam Ward, of M.
W. Ward of oU J. E. SiMMONS oD
THE RANGE QUESTION t i had a .. Manager D
| friends are '0= ?
:; oao- L a oaolcoo
: ...
We have received a letter from the again. .

Bartow Board of Trade urging us to! Col. I Mrs. 1. c. Futch, o* tae'
work with hands and feet to help Gainesville, and \ lIectlO.t, j up from a serious Illness and his lI1.n1 pod
n bring: about no-fence. law for Flor- spent the . Mr. Futch uVt 1 again friends. were glad e to'see him

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r- "rAS' NRAR "" f'llyvnrrm, : '"'nny- ..nry"nsn.abT. v..rr .;;.;.;'"-;;,".L..1ft, ,;;" !II ..,.."I..J ,.:I: ,...fL'r .... ...-...... ".,.....-.IIIII"'iJ>"''''._- ....".., 1to1WI l f\ ,'7 "'"i "Wl n'.Y.+ -A. ._. ..... ..;1;


FRIDAY MARCH 12. 1920.
- ----- PARR FIVE
w has rented the Sydboten cottage the ST. MARK'S il
fences around which have been rebuilt I

L II and other repair made. The Rt. Rev. Edwin G. Weed S. T, I "
Bits of LocalInformation D., Bishop of Florida, will make his
Miss Mildred Strode left Friday forh..r I'l'gular'isitat on to Starke Sunday, COME VISIT us
new aisignment, Tallspoosa Ga. March 14th.

Miss Strode had been representing the Holy communion and sermon by the
a ]I home service section of the Red Cross bishop 11 a. m.

I in Stark for five months and discharg- All are welcomed.<<
17-U III c, Omr P_S.. :a..1 .... I I led her duties with entire satisfaction. -
...- .. ... c0": .... T_ I She made many friends here who wish C.Priest A. ROSS Jn Charge Learn why so many people like .
<< U
for her a pleasant sojourn at her<< new this bank. There's something ,

station. '
--- ;
more to bank service here than .
SE. W. Hosier of Law ley, was in day and left a big order for printing HAITI ,
Come and line merely an aid to financial
bwn Saturday. at our qfllce. see our splendid transactions ..
I of Men's. Women's and Cb11-
No services at the church"cxoept ,.
dren's Shoes and Slippers at '
obby Millinery at Sternberg's. Capt. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and Stump's t the mottling worship at 11 o'cluck I \
their little daughter Elise have been Sunday. This is at the request of
n ''J. E. Nickle, of Lake Butler, hud victims of the "flu" but are now rapidly Mayor Hoover.liLANCHARD! Here you have personal service U .
sinless in Starke Saturday. recovering *. Mrs. Flora Clower Scott left Thurs
j j day for Jacksonville to Join her hus D. LAW from officers always ready to ;c
t ;:.1"P." E. Chase is home band. Mrs. Scott has resigned<< as demonstrator '
from South j Men's Shoes $1 to $1 under the -.-. talk over your plans In a friendly i
roliiia for a short stay regular prices at Stump's. of home science for this
, 'j i '\ >< I f county, which position sho has hold so way. There's always a friendly

, VfMen's: Dress Shirts $1 to $..SU The Ladies Aid of the Baptist church long and discharged<< with so much ability FOR SALE-5000 seed cane.: J. F. welcome time
:' I at Stump I will meet Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 .thnt losing: her is considered<< as Kitkhter, Statke. 2-20-tf every you come. .

, ',,1 ft} at the residence of Mrs/ T N. LimbuuRh. almost a calamity by the<< housewivesand
"', a .\\p. W. Alderman of Lake DUtll'l..1I ) their daughters<< to whose homes! WANTii I; I-ChicJ..ena.. any size: J. F.Kieki ,
i Come visit Feel the
letia in town Wednesday.E. she was always a welcome truest.Ih ;ttr. 227tf. congenial

'!:Y I Rub-Mv-TiRm: is powerful, antiseptic I atmosphere. Note the helpful

: Hicks of Hampton had business ; it kills the poison caused from infected h. Stevenson, the jvell known cud FUn SALH-A tine horse wagon and attitude. We think our bank Is
: Statke Thursday. : cuts, cures old sores te1:er. popular owner of Rising Pecnn Farm harness. D. E. Knight 1.23-tf aI' r
\ has as guests his parents Mr, amtMrs. good bank. for you.
1,''''; Rev. L. C. Futch of Raiford was a The Luwtey High School having W. II. Stevenson of Pttttiburg FUn SALi;-Upright.piano, cheap for "
-.j'i visitor, to Starke Thursday been discontinued while the influenza FH. They<< came just in time to enjoy rnMh., Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Starke
r: danger lasts, Prof. Albert Dubose has the fine Spring weather we are now Fla. 8-6-DU

'i S'Tate Kite has returned hom from returned to Starke. ____ ._ | having- and will spend several weeks U- .
;a trip to North Carolina. here before returning North. --- FOR SALE-Good canvas lent for BANK OF STARKE

Mp1 B Get your Spring Bonnet at /: fishing and hunting parties D. E.
Y ,. Ii M. Truby had business in Jack- Sternberg's. Bower brothers who have lately Knight. 2-27-tf THE GROWING BANK
;'!!' onville Thursday. ,
been netting pecan trees extensively +
": Mrs. W. A. Colley went to Lnwtcy on their<< place east of town will go CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for E. S. Matthews, Pres. Geo. C. White Cashier + .
,, Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Hoover were Tuesday to be with her'i into the pecan business on a still larger prices and ship your ties of all
[",Visitors, to Jacksonville last week. Mrs. Whitehead who is very ill with I scale, having bought: the tract of grades to Uress Manufacturing Co., V ;
influenza. land situated between their present Jacksonville, Florida. 3b20.lyr'FOR
, I High class line of millinery at I holdings and the place of Mr. Honey

t 'Sternberg's. Mrs. W. B. Harvard went to Gaines Thin newly acquired tract will becleared I SALE-South Carolina white.
ville Wednesday to attend the mar and set to pecans as rapidly as Leghorn for setting heavy
,"'. J. E. demons of Brooker was a riage of Miss Eva Futch to Mr. Wal the work can be done. eggs uS." :,
business visitor to Starke Monday.'Children's tl'rJ.Yost.'' laying: strain. 15 eggs $1.00 "An all-around good shot. That's
'>iii;' $3.20 delivered by parcels post. J.
Dr. J. M. Mitchell was fishing at S. McCormick, Raiford FU 2-27-4t -ChctterfeUW'l
Gingham Dresses, Mr. and Mrs. Yarborough have returned Rowell lake Tuesday. His time did not ,
i ['-1.50 to $3.00 at Stump's. from the North and are at allow him to catch 100 fish, and beingin FOR SALE-For 1\,.
prompt acceptanceand IAT we're \
if' their country home to spend the spring favor of the decimal system he ",
cash with order offer f. b.
: wo o.
I, B. A. Carter of Orange county was and summer. stopped when he had hooked 2B bass. here the following seeds Florida at, !i. +.,
#tft t Starke the first of the week. Four of these the doctor truthfullytold Runner Seed Peanuts $3 per bushel, that it takes both skill s :-
I Special sale on Men's Suits and the reporter, were from 22 to 36 '.
" 12o tier pound; 90 day Speckled Velvet and precision to ,
Belle Roberts is in Key West r
inches long least that the latter's
pants at Stump's.R. :-at was -
Beans, $3.25 per bushel; Or. 1 1mOl1d'R
Tieiting her sister Mrs. H. Velasquez. Mend tobaccos the .
estimate from the betweenDr. j'
,,,. span Selected Seed Corn $5 per I i
: ; T. Bower of Gainesville was a Mitchell's hands, as he stretched bushel $L60 per peck. II. T. Hall : Chesterfield way. t 1'r
T. A., Brinson's residence North
on week-end visitor at the home of his them out.Emanuel.
4 Co. Fla. 3-6-tf. I this is
Walnut street is being reshingled and Lowell Maybe why t;:,
; son, R. D. Bower\ on the Kingsleyroad. '
f'{repaired.. H. Steinberg has moved I you find "Satisfy" in
( "' FOR SALE-Osceola velvet bean seed :
' with his family to Starke from Chesterfields and I 1'i;
( Bring me your chickens and eggs II. C. Richard spent Thursday in Gainesville. Mr. Steinberg is a painter large, prolific good keeper makes nowhere else. ;
of vine matures in 120 days ,
[and get the cash. J. F. Kickliter. Jacksonville. lie was accompanied by who learned his trade from the ground ; ; f "
desirable seed and in
i Z-27-tf. Frank Lane of Live who had including ornamental very ; scarce
Oak up sign painting
If1 ___ ____ demand. Price $1.25 peck 4.60 L
L WMV MM per ,
been in Starke visiting his mother, He is with the Quigley Lumber ,
S. Griner, of "Indian Lake Farm"Brooklyn bushel delivered. O. L. Mizell, Lake (
Mrs. H. C. Richard. &: Supply Co., and has already had an
1liear was a business visitor Butler. 2.27-4t-
opportunity to show his skill in the
jttoStarke Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs J. R. Davis and their<< interior decorations of the residencesof << , guests Miss Josie Hoffman and broth. Messrs. Wm.. Powell and N., T, FOR SALE-Registered! pigs; fjmr 4) ..
fcJiai)r"! 8. V. Andrews, a well known BrookiIr er, Lewis Hoffman of Jacksonville are Ritch. Poland China boars 4 mos. old; five 0 "':,'
:'* business man, was in town Tues at Kingsley lake enjoying a camping: Duroe' Jersey sows and five boars, t f A
trip.I 4 to 6 mos. old; prices reasonable; C.
Monday afternoon a quaint; man was invited. of I ,
inspection College Agriculture ,

.,'> ,* 666 has proven it will cure Malaria, have a shop in the garage just seen the on small our of streets.his back His and hair his reachedto beard Av W. Leland Farm Superintendent .

( Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds south of Bradford County Bank, and had the kinks been straightened out, Gainesville, Fla. 2-fi-tf

t band LaGrippe.-1-0-3-12. am prepared to make and repair tops I would have reached to his waist band. J

and cushions for automobiles. Good He looked like the high: priest of Bub- WANTED-Dirstict manager: hy a r I
Z I Mrs. J. T, Wills, Sr., had as guests work, low prices. M. Leviton. 3-12-tf ttHtun-like wisdom personified. He strong' company. Over $4.7HOOOO.OIl( "
I Sunday Mrs. J. T. Wills, Jr., and children assets $0,000,000.00 paid to Accident
: opened a bag and turned over<< some ; SEND US THAT ORDER "
?' of Waldo.lite' Full line of Ladies Comfort mysterious documents then from the and Health policy holders dur. %

" lra Shoes and Slippers at Stump's. cavernous depths of his chest issued log last,ten years; we teach you the C
't'he interior of A. M. Darby's fine which liuMincss. Address General Accident4th WHEN YOU NUD ANYTHING IN I
sounds so dissipated by
0 tore has been beautified by a coat of Mrs. J. M. Alvarez went to Talla- his beard<< that they could not be un & Walnut Sts., Philadelphia<< f'a. '

llant. hassee Saturday to visit. her daughter derstood. It is known by a few elect 3122t. Office Furniture and Supplies ;
Miss Kathleen<< Alvarez who is a that the mysterious stranger went '
." [q Commercial and Fancy Stationery
Wednesday afternoon the local U.
student nt the
Woman's about to make proselytes for the Is-
a 1),C. Chapter met at the home of Mr. raelitic faith. h Printing Lithographing Engraving /:;

4 f g41nd Mrs. L. A. Davis Your house is protected with fire Books-All KindsArtists' ,' ti,'

insurance. How about weather insurance WATER: MILL
, "'[Special price on all our Silk ? Lumber will last twice as long Material J rl J ';

i Dresses. Stump's. if kept painted. Quigley: Lumber & Water Mill March 12-)David Green Athletic. Goods r( ,I,

Supply Co. attended church at ,Uetlm Sunday. Kodak tiThe , "
tpit: JuKt received a shipment of 90 day "' :
Mrs.\ Alice Thomas, of Bradentown .
W;Velvet Beans and Chufas. J. F. KickJUer. Mr. and Mrs. TI. G. Ford of North und three interesting children are visiting i f .
"? 2-27-tf. Branch, Mich., are here visiting their i her sister Mrs Bell Thomas this H. &W. B. Drew Company

mother Mrs. Grace Ford, who 1111.week. I
fProf. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling went spending: the winter<< with Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Lir.7y Croon has been visitingher 1 45.49 W. Bay Street Jacksonville r
StoiJacksonville Tuesday morning to I John Uglow. sinter at Five MUe this week. gi F
ivisit Fi Mrs. Dowling's sister Mrs. S. II. Warren is on the sick list Printing? Brings WE WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN ANSWERIN: Y3: Jt 1M J JUIS ;nr25'cS5

i t You wouldn't go: down the street this week I ?
High'class Millinery at reason- with shabby and dirty cloth, on? The I Misses Bertie Thomas and fiche ClientsNot

|able prices at Sternbcrg's.Mr. appearance of your home is lust as Brown were shopping: in Brookor Saturday .

important. Keep it painted. Quigley: every business lia. a show OUR CLIENTELE GROWSNOT
and Mrs. C. A. Mixon moved Lumber & Supply Co. -.- window. If you want to w In more
f Monday fnto Mrs C. W. Liddon's cot CARD OF THANKS clients use more printing and use UPON PROMISES BUT UPONPERFORMANCE
ftage on North Walnut street.J. Rub-My-Tism is a great pain kil the kind printing that faithfully

ler. It relieves pain and soreness We desire! to thank our friends and represents your business policy 'y'
Vandccar, of North Branch, caused by Rheumatism Neuralgia, the public in general for the liberal You save money and mske money '
; Mich., has returned home after a visJit Sprains etc.-1-9-3-12. patronage given us during: the twelve for your patron Do the same for WE ARE PIONEERS IN "it
with his old friend, Dr. A. L. Scott.
__ _
f MWMHMWMMM V M E.I I yourself by using an economical
years we were engaged: in keeping a'
i : \ H. G. Mason who bought the F. general store. Our retirement from high tfride paper llsmmermlll Dry Cleaning and Pressing ,;r
:Gfi6 quickly! relieves Colda and Laf .
a Chase blacksmith shon north of the business is caused by ill health and Bond-and good printing, both of '
"i'Grippe Constipation, Biliousness loss depot has sold it to Cooper &: Snell-1 1 sometime in the future we trust to be which we can give you. IN BUSINESS SINCE 1835. PROMPT DEMVII 1 II' t;;

| of Appetite<< and Headaches. 1-9-3-12. I grove: who are having it enlarged: and able to resume business. If you want printing service and 'TEASDALE 625-627 WAI NUT Slim : .. !':I;
; : are installing machinery for a lath CIW) f v ;
'Y' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mixon. economy-give use a trial. CINCINNATI
4 Mrs. J. M. Tatum and daughter
i I1 mill. .. ,:
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- --- ---- --'- .
(Ii lisa Lucile and Miss Elizabeth'l CROSBY 'LAKE ,k' !

4man; went up to Jacksonville We have >t complete line of nil \. '.

(day. I wool Skirts in all hires! and pri Crosby Lake, March 12.-Miss Ola ) c.
- *** i ces. Stump's.t Bryant of. Plant City is visiting in ,I GENERAL INSURANCE ""I
consignments of crates ham-
Large 'I
our section
ers, spirits barrels, etc., are arriving !,i Mr. and Mm. M. if. Thoninson. of Barney Me Run Is on the sick )list j DAVISAgency HAROLD C. WALL ,
to be in readiness for the shipment<< of Greenfield Mnis.. who had Peen vlil- this week. J;,,

products. I tors at the homo of Mr. arH Mrs tlI E. J. McRae and family of Wsldo '', ,
I D. Miner, left Mondav for Jacksonville were visitors to this section during Eat 1886 STARKE, FLORIDA ;
F J. Thomas one of the officers of 'j and other points in the state. the woek.end., ( ,I''',
>he Camphor Farm, was in town Tues- FIRE LIFE BONDS AUTOMOB'L"
I ---- ------- Little James rates Is very sick at INSURANCESTARKE .

Trv Sternherg's' for your new this writing ,.',
I COLDS breed and'Sprea3INFLUENZK : Easier Bonnet.I Mins Kathleen Underhill was a visitor '
I to this section Monday
sm rrennr-d .o do tn'loHng o J* al' STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE U
kinds", cleaning and nrnaalnCpvn J
AT ATSNAPKILLS and Klnmlyke', $ KILL THE COLD monev bw hcvt"' "onr ol- -!- E ONCE .and fortiish'", ,' im, shoo in ."- including the, Treat new' berry "WHtSfcY." Now if you want son
WITHWILL'S race smth of Brad'nrd County Bank RATS true to name and BomethinK gad place your order with Hall ,fare .
M. Leviton. 3-1"-tf Also mice. Absolutely prevents odor grown extensively' in all parts of your stutj and l have been for
from carcass. One package proves this Mr. It. C. King Tells/ Wonderful Story 12 years. Send your eider to the Strawberry Plant Sp"rla'I"'

,CASCARAillQUININ I. F. Fr-ilk. A wall lrnnwn ..It',..."' iiAT-SNAP comes in rakeno mixiripr About Kati. fired It. wanted) for this district. J. KBIFKOKf' HALL. KHODESDAl.R; ?,' \

.,f the Pr vlrl""f! .....t..n. .".R In fow.,1 I with other food. Guaranteed. I "For. months my place was alive with -- --- -.---.. ,
I W.dneedev. Mr r''rnll-k hoe iwt i t"" 2/ic! size ((1 cake) enough for l'an- I rats losing chickens, eggs\ : feed. Wax '
EjROft1DEGtandard : Telegraph f"r17 'Praand wW .., rv. Kitchen or Cellar. told to try RAT-SNAP. I did. Somewhat I Pile Cured 1.1 6 to 14 Days yeara'ago, wo'vo always 1 UII.J ;
I TRtarW railed to have his duhserlntion' I 50- "ip.p(2 cakes) for Chicken disappointed at first not Boeing DnifUirnr-fuf'l, I memey If PA7O niNTMrNf tail iiNAI: Watch a viclnus water
!;; coil remedy. fwT II) 7'''. I luvr. In-hln4., Illlnil 3!.wlnH! or Fiinruillult I'"'" nihblmK ut HAT-KNAP outdid ) h-v
_m tuckt. I.' a- aic, ur., no renewed lions-, limps or Small Buildings: many dead rats but in a few days did luxaimv ifttte' ; os I Iruhinit 1'Hil. nod you cim l ho dartedfor .
.. .'. ceU In 4ho killed n.lalaea; .u'rtb 1La eo.cstau. i'rlito' About 15 minutes later Ue ,
I'i.toc : i tv o I $1.00 size (b 'aketlr.nough) for all not see a live one. What went not ,
V fclonr.'. -reli hele.v.. KHP It' 'iiii 11 ad.}.;Sc R H. P-llivan h"s mnv<," with r-- 'arm and outbuildings, storage buildings are not around my pjace. RAT. the water to cool his\ '* rn'

\! 'lit.,10 t .iufne 1>01 l1a.. a tRls 'nmily to S;...rk. ".fr".." M'll1"1' a"d or factory buildings.' I SNAP does t the trick." 3 ,lizes Luke Klrlly\ Says. "The Rat Died Ik- i stomuth lut died before r"a-h ,.<
\\J C' rk':with:.. V- : San acpwtd a position i** barb." In I Sold and Guaranteed by Mitchell's, 2Lc. HOc uL Sold] and guaranteed\ by fore Reaching the Kiver." 11 sues, 2Cc, (COc $1. s old fid "'I"'"
l-1 Ir1CPp&J! Sara S. L. Alvarez's shop. Mr. Sullivan Drug Store and D. C. Jones. 3-5-41. D. C. Jones and J. M. Mitchell. "Since) moving near the river i two lied by D. C. Jones and J, 'I. M't"h\ '



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high prices for everything she roust

buy. It was the way they all did and TESSA MODISTE c. Filled
I Fish Tales she dared not protest.Venrlly I "All Prescriptions By
i Promise
\ the girl: paid the extra half ADAIR.eCopvrlcbl ; Kept :

dollar nnd mounted the. stairs to her By NELL .9.4'1' A Graduate Registered

lodglngH., Simiehow. the little room that N.

Another large bass has been entered she timid, tried to make beautiful with .. Bf GENEV1EVE ULMAR | Pharmacist"I
tier hrlc-a-brac. had lost 1>I.. Wuiorn N .p..r Union
\ in our contest. This time W. IJ. own simple .
Harvard is the lucky man and his bass for ber. It no longer 1 looked She wooed Into the little brown W flsfl.nflflflsflflflfltsssflfl********************. !

homelike She sank Into a clllr. nod house the mill with, only an old 4- .
weighed nine found and three ounces.He by ICopwrbl. l>r Ih. WwUim N...- . --
dnrk liefore her "1 don't know what . little with brown
er break his line while he was feeding (creature questioning It district! where law and order -
was a
I'm going to do') she wullcrl "I was .o'-nhanter statement has appeared on our prescription -
him string the day before. I: eyes, and a tarn 'up only' where the community The above
paying the limit before I shall have togo Cark locks. She prevailed It is very doubtful
a Thla has been an unusually busy pulled over her waving showed numerical for about fifteen years.
week for the anglers. Since the "biglcllows" without clothes." I|I I wore unusually short rivlru of woolen strength.J''ntl"rB Outlawry was the rule where "hetheV more than a few of the many thousands who

..' have begun to bite, almost How could she pay the rent and hive stuff' and a Norfolk jacket of many reckless groups, banded together atone have read our labels have ever stopped to consider just .

,: everyone is out trying to bring: in the enouch to eat to keep her health, on pockwta. and tramped through the the sad family and tribal I. \
1 prize bass. Mr. Harvard's bass her small salary They would turn her woo
weighing nine pounds and three off' If she complained." The world was was iteur. She was at once the small the word "Graduate." A Graduate -
ounces is the largest one entered sot very cruel. What won the use of Mr- to\ n'" enigma and annoyance An- i ilIoylnlC. | H First we will take
' it at Acton that Reuben. Lane who has attended a recognized .
are is .
1 far, and as everybody claims that the Ing. anyway? In that she kept resolutely to ; Pharmacist one .
Klsle lived She was of teaching
and hlk. daughter
big ones will be caught during March, An hour later John came. lie had ,I herself relieving In no way the nat- school of pharmacy and has taken a course
In 'the full
aZl: of you fellows who wont a whack not called for a long time and Nanette j' urul curiosity, and an enigma.; In that the belie! of the county maidenhood. Mr. and lectures covering a teaching period, of at least two .1'

i at that f.fteen dollars worth of fishing was iifrnld l he had for Rotten. She'I' she constantly furnished surprises. bloom "f lovely his little one-story office years. If he (or she) has studied hard enough to pass!! .

tactile had better be UD and doing I brlirh'cned. up, brushed the tear from !I Old Doctor Wortblngton had ftoI Lane evening was In when a rmigh looking the very rigid examinations that are imposed at the :

e I have been down the East Coast of her fore. and went down to meet lilm. limbed telling ot being x-alled one night one man mounted on horseback dashed 'up ends of the terms!!, he (or she;; ) emerges as a Graduateof

Florida and I have seen the toiiri.tfdon Perhaps! he would take her to the mow I|110 RI'tf'1I1Ihl" sick child< of Italians In to time place, entered It. there was a Pharmacy with the degree of Ph. G. Recognized

their bathing tails on the coldest les ; that would help her to forget. 1' the town and of finding the strange shot the visitor came out swiftly, colleges of pharmacy issue diplomas. f't',

days in January and nit the Atlantic ,| But .I'llni was not thinking of the girl ILere relieving their digresses.Once leupeij to the paddle, and was off In a .1

Occnn for a nice cool swim, and "I movies. They walked out to the river the doctor's son. returning from Gash, short or "Cram" course cannot give '
Schools giving a
Friday bank. Moonlight; streamed l across the the brought Information that he U ,,1
thought nothing of it. But last j clt/ ..It." a murder !I" announced the first These schools are merely places where a
rl>er. I'nssers-hy dialed but I a diploma.
the first time in life that gaily hud seen this sniiie' quiet brown-eyed '
was my the
echo of
mnn mmimined liy the worked while in a drug store can :' /;
John wus glum and silent not at all drug clerk who has a
I Florida Cracker pick out girl In beautiful evening apparel
ever saw a repoi t, as he found Reuben Lune lying: and submit to Quizzes be- :
a cold day to drive his Studclmker cJir like hlmxclf. i slatted' In a box at the theater. lifeless beside his desk' go to refresh his memory
right, into the middle/of// a stream of | "No. "I'm not going to the movies I") !j Curlcrvvllle disapproved of Inconslsteucles ':, "A nd rohhery lidded' another. I fore taking the State Hoard Examinations. These can-

+ water and then get out and wade he growled, when Nanette dared the ,, ; It disapproved of mystery, j 1 i The dreadful news utterly crushed not in the broadest! sense be called ,schools" for they do I

around in it for half an hour. I beg ""J: "lIon. "Couldn't stand 'era tonight so the In''mi te of the brown house win nisi.. It was only after the funeral not teach ; they only cram the mind with stereotyped;;

I your pardon Bill, I forgot you were I""Why left to t lernelf. Ilelen-Marie. an accepted that she; regained composure. and fortl- answers to State Hoard questions. A course throughone .

1 from Carolina. not? What alls you, John town authority on social I matI tlld.'r that sunny face came a of these so-called; schools;; usually runs through v\\

About two of the busiest fellowsaround I thought you liked the movies" !I tern, shrugged disdainful shoulders. clou-'. Into the depths) of her eyes a from three to five months. m
Starko last week were Archi- "Mow can you expect a hungry man Later, when she met the girl her winsome purpose She was almost stern us

bald Johns" and Bill Harvard. Thereis I to enjoy the, movies or anything elseT" face aglow as she walked at she said : I IT A registered Pharmacist is one who has passed the :i

a little place out about twenty miles he II'r"on..d."JIIIIICI'Y'. Jack Hamilton's aide Helen-Marie j I 1 'An eye for an eye! a tooth for a examinations prescribed by the State Pharmaceutical

t from Starke they call Benny's Pool, Why, John you're not aorenminnhly, resented her presence. tooth; that was Ingrained with my required by law to
I Association. All are
where' they have a flock of ten to fifteen ''I hungry really?" | "Why did she come here?" she asked dead father. I know what he would
pound bass hemmed up in a corner i "Yen I am." herself., I I I have me do. I will divide my fortune pass this examination before they can practice. These

: and they were out three days last "liut didn't you have your supper' She questioned Jack contemptuously, ', and marry the tnnn who, will bring to examinations are very rigid and are for the protectionof

t week enticing the big ones to come up What's the matter with you'" concerning his new acquaintance. I I I Just'ce the cowardly assassin." I II the public.

I and take a bite. Full directions ai to "Matter enough, I should nay!" he Jack, who had .been. I Thnt day there appeared at the office I
how you may reach Benny's Pool may stormed. I. "when a man run't get a decent dominated property, Hl"lm-alarte'.1 I|I of Lawyer Barton the executor of fl Anyone should be as careful in their selection of a

be secured from Mr. Johns. lie told meal anywhere In the city I Ton who considerable in the choosing of a doctor. No
fuvedly as he murmured his reply, lie I I! the estate, a man was I pharmacist as they are
' mo that the best way to find it was togo I pay all creation and don't get what's bad come upon the girl on the long !' of a mystery In the section tie matter how good the prescription may be it is folly to

to Bonn's house. and ask him. I I'm fit to eat and" not half enough cf It. drive one day. It had been raining hard was known as Alvin Morse, and had believe that it will do its work as well if it is not put to-

Col. Peek la way behind with his tired of It. and be had offered to drive her home. come to Acton about a year previous l II gether by a man who is specially trained in that line of
fishing schedule but was out last week "Oh John It'. too bad !I" abe sympathised. The woman who lived with bet was He grew a long beard that covered up .
I to that their .
work. It is the of the public see
' trying to catch up. He brought in "I was down In tile dumps, come sort of a relative he explained.: all of his face except: the bright, magnetic duty pre-
twenty-one nice basa Tuesday and too when you came because Mrs. She called the girl "Tessa." Jack eyes. '\ He made his living by scriptions are filled by men who have the necessary li-

landed them single handed, too. Stokes has raised' my rent, sod everything could tell no more.HelenMarie's hunting and acting as a guide to prospectors '! censes.
Monday Jack Howe and a few other co..tato much. I confess I go and speculators looking for ,
i Arctic explorers were out in Varnes hungry: myself sometimes. What are resentment deepenedas Iron and coal prospects. Rough lookIng I II All prescriptions filled at our store are filled by a
day passed and she found Jack enjoying -
lake catching perch. You've seen. we going to do with such prices' : more and more the strange; girl'" uncouth he entered the lawyer's Graduate Registered Pharmacist. Every prescriptionis

these pictures of Crosslngton Wash- John whistled. "That's the problem, companionship. Sometimes she saw office with the bearing of a natural I carefully checked as to dosage and accuracy in filling .:
ing the Delaware I Washington and a hard one, too I" athlete and man of courage.
; mean, them seated on the cross bench on tilebrldel" I before being delivered. All chemicals used are of the '
Crossing the Delaware. They generally They sat silent for a long time, star- each -I Just heard of the killing: of Mr. All carefully {
smiling Into other's eyes ; I highest purity. vegetable drugs are as-
use them to put in the boardinghouse lag at the ground too much cast down Lane" he said. "I understand that '
sometimes tile two came swinging i sayed and tested to see that they come up to the stan- '.
dining room during the summer to talk Suddenly John asked : "Can so far no trace of the murderer bas
down the road from a long countrywalk. I dards set the Government of the United States.
months so the guests can look at you make an omelette Nanette I INanette | Helen-Marie bowed to Jack been reported. I saw the sheriff. He
'em and keep cool while spreadingtheir laughed. "Why I used to gave me two clews ; the revolver droJlI I
coldly. It was not his desertion alone
butter on with a paint brush. make them at borne. I think I coulij which. pod by the assassin, and a descriptionof H To give you an idea of how exacting we are with regards -
but the
galled humiliation of
Well, these three anglers were tryingto now, If I had fresh eggs and a sloes his preference. This I This 1 I his horse I have seen both before to the ingredients entering into prescriptions we
reproduce this picture; except Instead to cook them on." humble girl I Was girl Helen-Marie unknown I I know the man and I am going recently ordered a quantity of drugs from England because -

,y of block of Ice In the water they "And a little house to put tbe stove not the town' Idol their social 'leader I after him. we could not get the quality in this country that

state there were glaciers and icebergs. In," he added "That's Just It. Nanette exhibited: musician and authorityon There was a rustle, and for the Bret we desired to use in the filling of our prescriptions.
Some men' DO love to fish. It's a home we need. What's the use of tlmo the visitor noted a veiled figure
fashions? Was It not Jack Hamil
The above should have appeared in dragging In this Rented hack In the shadow. Ills coonskin -
on way paying oat all ton's aristocratic mother who had fl When you bring your prescription to our store you
last week's issue but came in too late your money and having nothing to cop was Instantly doffed.
planned and encouraged their friendship I are placing them in the hands of highly trained pre-
"You know the
for publication. show for It. lift'. to reward spoke thelawyer
go housekeeping
? Who but Helen-Marle might be scription specialists. You are that will be
sure they
QUIGLEY LUMBER &: SUPPLY CO. you and I. We'll have a little hou : Miss I.nne here! will divideher
where we can keep a few worthy of her son with his assured fortune with the man who bringsher accurately and carefully filled ; that none but the very

rye M: .f:. .tf w. ,. 'w M hens and have a few green things future father's murderer to justice and best and purest ingredients will be used in it.
',,, ., '...... w ..... ...: e1yX/WU growing to eat. We can save money, The strange girl sat on the) brown will .become. his wile If he so elects." I

; ., have H good time -and have enough to house veranda, when Helen-Marie "I shall ask no reward returned Alvin
TiiE PROBLEM eat at 11'/lIIU" panned' and then paused thoughtfully. Morse In clear, resonant tones I r

He had grown; enthusiastic, but Nanette The girl' was sewing upon some lovely "Any mil, maD would be glad to he !

was silent., She! had never imagIned ;- flimsy stuff As Helen still hesitated, of service to a womun In distress Mr. Mitchell's
By JULIA A. ROBINSON. the girl held the material with Limp Drug StoreThe
being wooed Id quite that way It up ashy win an honor to the town and
smile. his dentli should be avenged.
reamed very practical and I
icHlO > to be thinking; of eating. She '"Pretty" she asked. "We have met before," spoke Elsie.'
t e 1. !.... b, MoClar N.w.p.p.r Syndic*.I wanted love and l romance-hut then, '"Very" Helen-Marie replied "It was you who seized me to swing Rexall Store

Nanette trudged wearily home after John was hungry; and she pitied! him. "Yon make your own clothes?" with me from the river trestle Just In

her' duy's ork-tblll IB. she went to Yet she would not yield at once IterwomHn' The girl r l"f'th..r brown eyes time to save mefrom an onrushing

her small room la a lodging IIOUHA. She coquetry came to her al wits tired' and a little discouraged for "Oh. yon want me Just for your cook, slowly "'! am Tessa modiste." "And get my own Imperiled self out I

the day had peen a hard one. She do you?" she retorted. "('an'S you hire 1 So that was It. Helen-Marie went of danger an well" lightly remarked

ItOI'III't1| on' the first floor to pay the aoine one else for a cook .John" { briskly lip the walk. When dressmakers ''I Morse, hut his -hpiirt was nfjtilver Pishr d

rent for the following week for she He/ saw the fun lurking In her eyes, came to town with herself restedalvMij |I' .. recalled. that dreadful yet deltcinnsmoment TIME TO SPRAY PROFITABLY
might I oversleep In the morning end and begun to understand. "ThereI I '* the division of their capabilities. i'I when, clasping, her dainty IS AT HAND

not have tme| 10 see the landlady before I'm a hrute. he cried. "I confess this. If, a. usually happened, an anxIous :- form he swung a hundred feet over
going to work ; then she would does not sound much like lovemaking seamstress failed to find favor In I a yawning abyss. I II The longer delayed, the greater the expense

run the risk of (using her rtxnu. She hut It Is, amt I mean It, leaving the her 'eyes. the seamstress might well :|I Then two weeks punned' by end one We carry the frost complete stock in the
State fresh
I goods
day are
always cringed when she paid out entitle and the practical purt out of prepare to seek other fields I I I a entered travel-worn figure In.d..d and we now have a large stock of all materials
those precious dollars; tl took HO longto the question. 1 want you Nanette! "I should like you to make frock the office of the lawyer including: '
ciirn them and so. much lard work I love you. I've loved you for a longtime for me" said Helen. I I I "The murderer Is In the town jail"nnnounced Arsenate of Lead Copper Carbonate

Then It was that the great blow mine. hut I thought I must wait till I Tessa considered, then she. laughed Morse quietly, "hut dying. Paste and Powdered Dry Lime Sulphur
"From now on It'll l be no cents. more had a pile of money before I told you softly I I lie drew his revolver on me ; It caught Bluestone Goods Fish Oil' Soap

a week" announced the landlady, see thought Wf' ought to have enough j 'They tell me" she ft'pllf't"that ,' In his-I coat, hut I have" what I promlned Black Leaf * Lime SulPhur Solution

blandly not noticing the shuck to the to hegln In style before we got; married MJss Helen Marie Terry has always got your man r o. ea.> paris Creen
"I must send for "
Miss Lane
girl. "Kverjlhiun's gone up." she went hut couldn't we begin on Just a her! own way. Therefore, I may a. poke !Sir. Barton at once" Bordeaux Mixture Pyrcx
I "The
on. little, dear We'd lie so much more well agree." reward Caustic Soda '

Nanette gasped, but dared not nay I 'IlIIforllllll,1. no happy, ll.'r eyes Helen-Marie went on to see Jack's Morse held up a ullenelnq/ baud Sulphur Flour & Flowers
a word. How often she hud heard that twinkled "And have plenty to eat mother. "Let all that be forgotten" he said TARGET BRAND WHITE FLY DESTROYER FOR WHITE FLY AND SCALE

name story. "Kverythlng's;: gone up I" I I.l '" "Your on'. new friend, the dressmaker "The money I would not take As to t1r We have 20,000 feet of half inch
Then he caught her 'In his arms and Is for the girl herself" and his voice loweredto three braid Glide Spray
dreading the remilt. Now It had (come sewing me she said. Hose, best the
and what was she to doT Hud not klssi'd; 1 her and slew romance which When the white frock was finished tenderness and longing "I am not limited. on market hardly possible to kink it; will stand un-

thing guns up for her as "'1"1" Who meant so, much to hush began.KKAD Helen-Marie regarded her ouu mirrored I of her grade. I am a fugitive from Justice : pressure: Ready for immediate shipment. Fresh stock

was to help her on her exncer T She figure In reluctant admiration I charged with robbing a bank up just received from the factory

bad no one' to fall buck upon and de THE TELEGRAPH. "It Is not" she said at last sharply, North of which I was a cashier It WRITE FOR LATEST PRICE LIST.
was some burglar, but I
"at all as I should have wished I am was accused
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unjustly and fled a broken sprayers and fittings have f fifteen
afraid that 1 will not be able to recommend man to given satisfaction for
hide In this wilderness" You will be served
by a with
you to my friends. 1I0wev..r.1my rears.k man 35 year experience.
bill?" It was a new Alvin Morse who startled now your needs.

J Here we are, in tip-top shape" to"There give quietly satisfaction.Is no "whn bill"" little a garment Tessa fall answered i I I next lion the morning He lawyer was as arrayed they and sat Elsie In In new Lane conxultu-Utllrp.IhlC'k the, E. 0. Pointer Fertilizer Company

-Chesterfield the .
was ,
gone youth
Helen-Marie placed a bill upon the I intelligence hope showed Inevery JACKSONVILLE. FlORICA.
i table It was a small recompenw In. I
feature of that
"V7TS and that's the way and Elsie regarded, him with heightened .
time. she said and
I I color I
Chesterfields always arrive- Jack's mother, descending from her 1f1DCflQt11 'li IIiGlti lIIIrumt"ItWANTED'
'I hn if a strange to -
crisp fresh and in prime shape automobile, met Helen-Marie at the Morse "I felt story a tell narrated i
pity for the
for smoking. It's the extra brown house door. I prisoner on account of his destitute I New Seed
/ wrapper "I must warn Helen ;
you Instantly wife and (child and I promised to...... i
of moisture-proof paper that advliwd, "that the girl' work li> 1m- that they were provided for. Then as I Peanuts

docs it. Your Chesterfields tasalbie I he told of his mAny /fliist criminal
never "I am coming," Mr Hamilton I SCRAP
deeds, he chanced to confess the burglary I IRON Oat, all varieties
.. become too moist or too dry. lowly "to make a friendly! call at mymn's of the bank where I was employed. 1

request He-Is going: to marry I lie made a written confession, METALSRU1JBER ring Beans
r the girl-you ...'t!., It was love at liMIt completely clearing me of guilt. I ama
I sight with them both that day to the :I free man at last !" II
I 'Sweet ell varieties
rondo All Jack knew of her was the "A Lane never went back on apl.'elge
name she ,gave-Team Modiste. :i BONES 1
sacredly given
spoke Plsle. "I I
"My dear) Can you conceive ttmt will keep my promise' Mr. Ilnrtun Melon

, Rt this young creature Isn.H..f' of New! I We will divide my father's estate 1 SACKS AND RAGS
York and l London You know of ,, ,.\. I Velvet Beans<<
course the significance of a Therese !I .t'nl.o"I I s
Writ u. for
price Eat
label. The girl does her English PeasKICKL1TEP
own designing : Mane with finality."Thenthenthe. I

and she came to this oulet placefor i further plpdse.."
,r a rest" I I "Let time! tell !" spoke the lawyer, I I PUI\SlUR METAL IMHAHY\

M-s. Hamilton looked hack. : over her seeking to relieve the pending enibnrrpsxment I Jacksonville

shoulder of the moment and spare the i ricrtda
"I am glad Ilelen-Merle." she said MuKhen of Elsie and the delicacy of I "->m'= The Seed House
"Unit you never really cared." feeling of the young man-and It did t '""""'- :IJf I



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Get Goodyear Tire Economy for GE

Told by Our Exchanges. I II' ,:

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Palm Beach -is shown. -to have I has report' -with- -=the- gcvernor on col. I I'I ,r' That Smaller Car =7l

E.West of 16.246 and Palm Beach, lections by the commissioner of agri I
of 1518. culture of its tax of one-eighth of t

cent a gallon on gasoline and oils sol i
"I+ ?., The town of Hawthorne ia 'rapidly under Chapter 7905. The law beam 1
!forcing ahead. A contract has been effective Sept. 2nd and since that dat.

..11.4 placed for a town electric light plant. I and up to January Slat it is shawl Just as owners of the highest-priced auto
i 1I.i, *t. that there was sold sold In the state i
'q, ,..Four buildings in the business distrie total of 24,009,223 gallons, yielding t mobiles get greater mileage and economy '
'r.' of Daytona were damaged approximately revenue of $30,011.47.
$100,000 by fire caused out of Goodyear Tires, so can the owners

by an explosion in a garage. Cedar Key came near having e I Lryatc of smaller cars similarly enjoy Goodyear
roasted negro Monday night Smokt

,There were three cattle dipping vats was seen issuing from the flooring o advantages. .
built in DeSoto county during Feb. the city jail and a fire alarm wai h c

msry, making 84 vats now in the sounded. The fire department responded
.county. and discovered that the negro' hac i The 30x3-, 30x3Vi-, and 31x4-inch sizes of

set fire to the floor of the jail for the afford
GoodyearTires are built to a money'sworth
Robert Ethridge, a white man, 24 purpose of burning his way to free.
years of age died in a Tampa Hospital dom. When the jail door was broker. in performance and satisfaction which
Monday as a result of a pistol wound down the body of the negro was found
aid to have been inflicted by his with his nose to a convenient knot I yxr)c' only the utmost in experience, resources Monday night in Manatee and hole,heat.almost come by the smoke I 1 !X Y 1 4f, dl! and care can produce. .

To farm 545 acres of land near Rit- Capt. R. C. M. Page, pilot, and two i I This extraordinary money's worth beginsnot

ta Is the purpose of& corporation just passengers were burned to death neat only with the merit of these tires, but
organized in this city. The land has Everglades' Monday in the fall of a |
been secured and crops have already seaplane, which caught fire. All of I also with the first cost, which in most cases ,
been planted. The capital stock consists the victims were residents of Fort I IMyers. II
of $75,000. The passengers' were G. H.I! is no greater, and sometimes actually is less, .\

Bryant, tax assessor for Lee county, than that of other makes of the same types / ,
.The first of 500 acres of sugar cane and Thos. II. Coisord, member of the + '
i' I' I III
,fl'ty that is to be planted on the properties city council. The seaplane left Fort I of tires. .4:.4I

' of': the East Coast Finance Corporation Myers Sunday morning carrying Mr. II II /
I of.Palm Beach county is now being Bryant to attend to his duties in connection :, I Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station
''t seeded.! Three acres of growing cane with the assessment of road,i
.:'' were bought to furnish seed for the taxes in the southern part of Lee'I II ; Dealer for Goodyear Tires for your Ford, :
":',;lilt! planting. county. lie chose the air route '1
cause of the bad condition of the be'j I ChevroletDortMaxwellorothercarstaking
"$?' Statements of the condition of the The bodies have been brought here these sizes. He is ready to supply you Goodyear "x Z I
:. national banks of Jacksonville show burial.R. I
."\"'the deposits in these three institutions Heavy Tourist Tubes at the same time. :;{
;r- ;;
| YM' 46184671.34, which is the high Bronson, Osccola county, recently r '.
;',. .water mark for deposits. Four other captured a buck deer weighing i I j
8 banks' will bring the total deposits about 130 pounds in manner' somewhat '

;4"i,, well. up over fifty million dollars. out of the usual, in fact he I j :
had to drown it before the buck would i .

'I iII!. h four and a half foot cane mill discontinue its fight for supremacy I, ,
", :sad'machinery in being installed for Mr. Bronson went out on horseback, = ,,
accompanied by his Airdale dog, to.i 1) I
the Moore Haven' Syrup and Sugar; Co. :
( look after some hogs and his atten. '
r'As Soon as the factory is completed !I
J' they will start grinding sugar cane tion was attracted to the edge of Lake

:..f:land the management intends to makes I Cecile by the baying of a dog. He lox IV.! Goodyear Double-Cur $ Heavy Tourist Tube are thick, aU'unllo.tubee that .
first class table syrup. II went to the ende of the water and the Fabric. All-Weather Tread ___ 23reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good easing with a ,;r strange dog ran away. Mr. Bronson I cheap tube Goodyear Heavy T<-urlat Tube coat little more ,.
sent his own dog into a marshy piece 30x3'/j Goodyear Sin 'laCun than tube of tea merit. 3O 3'/_ abe fa ;'
1'he plant of the Tensacola Ship- $2150
I! Fabric, Anri-SldJ TreaJ.___ proof bat watar$450 "
j.t 'wilding Company, the largest' in the I i of ground and the animal scared up a .
big eight-point' buck which showed
Eovith, was reopened Thursday as an j i
\ shop with its force reduced to fight. The Airdale could not cope with Jd

,,!,7o0' men. Twenty-eight hundred' men I deer and Mr. Bronson dismounted and' ;1'
K,!wtrvck' 10 days ago on account of dissatisfaction went' to the assistance of his dog. The
buck made >for Mr. Bronson who was r
the '
". over general supcrin-i
'1 without gun or knife, and man, dog
?!$.endent Viand\ deer fought; for a mile along the GOODAt '

..wtttA"hotel port-'; in; Brooksville hacks edge of the creek.' Finally Mr. Bron.i :t4
4 '
son secured a lightwood knot and
I car into a buggy driven by Pedro I l''I'
I '.Gonzales. The wife and children ofGonzales struck the deer on the head, stunningit. '

', were with him. The horse lIe then dragged it to the edge; of : .-
the water and held its head under un ,
: and and the
"wa* frightened: ran away .
'?,: .y baggy was torn to pieces. All of the til the animal drowned. ",

;family were hurt and a little girl had 'I:
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i, skull crushed and died soon after. PRICE OF PORK MAY TAKE A . ,
'hV her -_---'-'--- :
"if..l ;"William:'. j'" Connor-, aged 20, and J. L. COME TAX RATS DIE THE BEST PROOf. COFFINS CASKETS y'
drop to consumers in the price of : .
nJ'son; aged 17, of Boston, Mass., And a full line of I IUndertakers'
and the of beef is .
pork possibly price ,
..end ,, Bridgeport, N. :f., respectively, First, take your income, Supplies '
also in statement by the Institute -
seen a
;1.Irene sentenced to life imprisonment so do mice, once they eat HAT-SNAP.
of American Meat Packers. The Add wife's income, Automobile Ilearne. .,
I la Jacksonville Monday for the killing And they leave no odor behind. Don'ttake Given by a Stark Cttixen,
:''I!'of Policeman Henry A. Everett Jan. statement says the heavy shipmentsof Divide by your eldest son's age, our word for it-try a package. noHii'H Kidney Pllln were 1I."d- Always on hand. Th be.t s<....
"1 4v:1Ith when surprised them in, the pork last fall apparently have puta Add your telephone number, Cats and dogs won't touch it. Hats Mic\ !tirmiKltl bi'iifflt.Tin vice at the lowest price Special !

H'ljstetof/ burglarizing a store on Forsyth stop to a further demand from Europe Substract your auto license number, pass up all food to get' RAT-SNAP. Tory was told tit Kt ,rk" tll.' attention to telegraph order. .
for time to
some come.
\1 '.Itreet.t Thus it is believed in keeping'at Add electric light bill, Three sizes dent Embalmer :
iv{, 25c size (1 cake enough for Pantry the evldrum \
" : ( )
ft. Tints hOlt Htr-nntliomxl Registered
Divide the number i.
home the pork supply it will cause the by of kilowatts,
J the Kitchen Cellar.
professional yeggmenentered or .
store of Cappleman Bros., of price to tumble through the operationof Multiply by your father's age lasting. I PcWITT C. JONES '
J Central the law of supply and demand. Concerning 50c size ((2ken) for Chicken Hurt. proven Mm t result
,Winter Garden and blew the large the beef statement it says the Add number of gold fillings in your House Coops or Small Buildings. The test lnnnty It lionm t"ntlitiony" Starke. Fla.ASPIRIN ,

Site, securing; about $500 in currency supply of dressed beef is considerablein I Leeth, $1.00 size ((5 cakes) enough for all The pi,'oof i on vf!in Inn "' -' -- .1'
hN+ and $150 in Liberty bonds. Checks excess of that available for home Add your house number, farm and outbuildings, storage build !I'' nil: IIP Investigated by Ktiirk -' .
1 !and other valuable papers were unmolested lost ",'"b
consumption a year ago. Subtract wife's ( ) ings, or factory buildings. FOR COLDS
age approximate
f The crooks entered through; :Mr i .IV Andrews, MnOlHiin A"'"?.
v' Divide the number of Sold and Guaranteed by Mitchell'sDrug Klili. ,
with by aunts
f the front door, which was secured you m' ':S' 'I I liuviii .f'eI10"/ " r
Colds Cause << and Influenza .f
Urip have Store and D. C. Jones. 3-5-41. .
Yale locks. They are supposed to have I'lllt. for kiclm'v rninplulnl: reed I" k If
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet the - Name "Bayer" is on Genuine ,
|iced skeleton key Add the number of uncles rp"'lv,1| Ilinri'xiitu.
a master I ufhoi and' lii'1 '
4 I .u. There la only one "Bromo QUiD I.
u',. .. '' it! I1" woiiinirlidlii I 'In 1
f r' 1'.ul" Bayer
t- W CKOVE'H "' =t
(Booze smuggling; operations in Tampa Multiply by the number of times l1'o"'IIIA": ,i
[ \ received a setback when Clifton {I Ask Your Soldier Boy How Cooties" you have gone up in an airplane, r On April l'II. 1IM8. Mr" AI. .. 1

''t |Moore, a negro, was found dead' in a Got Such n Hold Subtract your best golf score, alit "I' "pink last the: MOO '>' ""I Tv
J>rowboat in Tampa bay, with his con. He'll tell you that the battlefrontsof Add a pinch of salt, It Helps Ilium's K''l-i-v "I'l 1',' :.' W u" I I'll' '.' ''i?
I, Itraband: except' about "three fingers" ,, Europe were swarming with rats, And then go out and + + I I rocoiiiniciirlort, t'M bi-rnr". 11'ii 1 '- I ; J
1 where he evidently' had imbibed, along; which carried the dangerous vermin Borrow the money and pay the tax. I had no return r.r''M'l-i-y tro-il.i.' tlni'"
Whether it foul'< and caused our men' misery. Don't let There can be no doubt .,
1, ?aide his body. \ was : -Boston Record, this n-mnily enroll rem J.
|play or whether the man died from ,; rats bring disease into your home- I as to woman's the merit of tonic Cardul In, I I'rU Bar lit all d'inlern' Unitfilmptv ,
the ,
1) 5drinking the booze, which may have':i when you see the first one get RAT. the treatment ol many ""!" for '. Vldnv r' u'"\ ,f
S' [been. poisoned, is the problem to solve. !I' SNAP. That Will, finish them quick. 3 UFT OFF CORNS! troubles peculiar to Honn's ,Kidney\ T"'ls t'i,e scone th Ir
sizes! 25c, 50c, $1 Sold and guaranteed + women. The thousands .+ Mrs A 11'1 row' ''ii'd Puitirillliurn
Inslat Tablets of
,[J.. Will Yon, state auditor, has filed by D.: C. Jones and J. M. Mitchell.'Smooth of women who have been Co, Mfrii llulTnlo. N. Y a "liayer on "Raycr package*," containing Aaplria"hi propel ,\
Cardul In the
helped by diraotiona for Coliia Pain, HraiUch,
Apply few drops then lift is conclusive
acre, past 40 years, Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Khnuraatwin..
I I proof that It Is a
s touchy corns off! with good medicine for women Tbe Quinine That Doc Mot Allecl The lead Name' ."JJ.yer" meani genuine Aaplriaprmerlbod
who suffer. It should n..<.*UMl of It. onlr mil ln' ."'lv. exert LAXA by pbyalelans for nineteen
silk eh-Same here" tiniersoem' too. TIVK IIKOMO QUININK: (lali.U) can b"l .ken y *r* Handy tie boses of 12 tablet
as :+ help you, + l>r anyone without j raulnt1 norvnuinru ur rlnkinala coat few cnta.: Aspirin I Ie trad. market
the head.w.GkOVLSu.tlsturseuls.a ark Barer Manufacture of MonoaoetloMidaeUr -
I of Ballcyhcacid.: + 1aooo 1


Any woman can dye faded, shabby
i wraring! apparel| ', whether wood silk, rot \ yes i
' ton, linen, or nil.sad. K""l to any color, THflAtrOffOP
; four"smoothnes8.taste just like. new, by following simple direr\ *
1 ,quality and value. II The Woman's Tonic :+: tluna In arh package{ off.ittmond. l Ity...i."

What's the good word, -- SCALED TINS ONLY
it; everywhere you go ? Illxaon, Tenn., writes RATSor
They satisfy I I "1 was passing through: I
the . My back and mice, after you use HAT-SNAP It's MAXWELL ;c'CUGCaL.F ;
sides were terrible: and a sure rodent killer. Try a pkg. and
my suffering\ indescribable. + it. Rata killed with KAT-SNAP E
ble. I can't tell how
}leave) no smell. Cats or dogs won't 00
and where I hurt, aboutall touch it. Guaranteed.25c .,...,., 'rauc'r...,.
over think .
IIr & hurt a bits Drop a littl. I
.r.rf Free-one on an aching corn, instantly i i beganiJrdul; and ray size ((1 cake) enough for ['an-
tbat corn stop hurting, then you !lift pains crew less and ices, try, Kitchen or Cellar. habitual Constipation Cured
0 It right!: out. Ye", magic I until f was cured. I am COc size ((2 cakes) for Chicken ,I In 14 to 21 Days
p $ i is A tiny bottle of Preezone coat but a remarkably strong: for House, / or Small Buildings. "LAX-US WITH PEi's1N" Is a sp-oi i.I l<).
t-w r cent at any drug store, but i. aufflemt +: woman 64 years ol age." ;:r.; Coops/ cakes enough for all prcpartidVyrup roiiic-Laxr.Uve for I lubituul
$1.00 size (5 )
1 do all housework ,
1 to remove every hard corn, soft npupation. It relieves promptly, but
1I I DOm, or corn between the toe, and the Try Cardul, today. farm and outbuilding', storage buildings should be taken regulurly for 14 to 21 dav-
: 1 1I calluses! without aoraem or irriutloo.Krwrme lL : I or factory buildings. to Induce regulnr en ion. It Stimulate and
If I 1I 1 la UM cnaatiooaj duroverT + Sold and Guaranteed by Mitchell's I K,,fiulates. Very flea-ant to Tuko.. 60cUVt "i
I'>l a Cincuuv-U geniu, It U wonderful I Drag Store and D. C. Jones, 8-li-4t'l bottlo.

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