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 26, 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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Volume ID: VID04539
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Burglar Cause Lou of $300 to Alvarez Friday morning when Chief Kite I : .and Mrs. K. A. Scott gave a
"Vcritav". Suggest Means For Its -
& Graham came down the street he met up with Price of Materials. !Makes Further Action 1 beautiful birthday dinner party lalltSlIh"III According to the beautiful custom,

a strange white boy. The boy looked AccomplishmentEditor Impracticable at Thin. Time )' evening in honor of their the Bradford High School observed
Sunday morning about 10 o'clock I I in a frightened way at the officer's : I daughter, Miss Doric The guests lust Friday us Private. Neal Lung-

J. M. Alvarez had occasion to go tobin shield and brass buttons, and Mr. Kite I Telegraph-In; ;: your issue of The construction of hard surfaced wore summoned by the following clover ford's memorial day, as the twenty-
clothing store, and found opened surmised that :March 19th I note suggestion' for a invitation
something was wrong. : a roads in Special Road and Bridge District : first birthday of this young hero occurred a
boxes and goods scattered all over the (I' lie immediately confronted the boy good; hotel in Starke. To my mind I No. 1 of Bradford county has "A dinner' party given: by Mr. and Mrs. Sunday, March 21st.

place: It was evident that the place and asked "When did you run away ?" ; nothing would do the business men been postponed for the present owing Scott. For six years Neal Langford was a

bad been entered by burglars duringthe Though this was simply an experiment [I and the neighboring farmers moregood I| to the high: prices of road building No matter the w'alh.'r--.ltht'r cold or student in the 11. II. S. lie volunteeredfor 1
preceding night and on examina- it hit the nail the than first class hotel. We are
on head just i a materials. The prices at this time hot. the regular army in February,
tion of the back door this surmise was same. j| now just beginning to get more and j' make it impossible for the trustees to Twill be at their home. The hour is ItUT, and wns noon sent to the Mexican i.
confirmed.The The stated more Northern people here to look border.
boy that: his name was carry out the project as originally eight
mode of securing this double Wallace Herbert Hodges: and that his I over the country, people with means planned and rattier than deny any The night of March twentieth is the lie was a member of the famous

door is by first locking it and then father is C. L. Hodges, a business man I wishing to buy land or winter homes.They part of th.". district of the roads. outlined date first division, going over to France .

slipping a wooden bar across it. The of Macclenny. He had made his way i care more for a quiet place than in the original plans the trustees Will you come to the party and eat with Gen Porslnng in Juno, 1917. After -

bar was off and the wooden panel at to Baldwin the night before and had for the bustle and hurry of a large at a nlt'l'tinll1t'I,1 Tuesday after- and play, I bravely following' tho flag for !levI -

the bottom of the east door was broken boarded the Seaboard southbound ex- |I' city I I noon at the office' of the' Bank of And help celebrate Doris birthday" onteon months he gave his life for the 1'

out. .The burglars, it seems, had press for Sturko, which was as far as Help In Bradford county we have ', Starke decided to postpone any further Miss Scott was charming In a pretty I sake, of humanity! at the battle of Sols-

first broken out the panel, then, by his cash money would carry him. lie I the best climate of any part of the I operations, awaiting: a change in evening frock of blue and canary sons July 1H, 1018. ;

reaching inside, had by means of a had $40 worth of war savings stamps; state, and that is what tourists are present conditions. silk, finished with French knots, and l As the students of the [B. ii. S. ,

stick pushed the bar out of the stan- which he was trying to have cashl'd'i) looking for, but we must have good )I' At the mooting' Tuesday afternoon I I was assisted in receiving and entertaining I marched\ their respective places in ').1 j

chions. A false key was found outside The boy is 14 years old and of good accommodations for them. They demand there were present'. E. S. Matthews, by her aunt, Mrs. J, T. Qulg- the aiiditoiium, nt i) o'clock Friday >it!

with which the lock had been appearance and manners. He had been it and are willing to pay for it, chairman, A. A. \Durden and A. J.Johnson. Icy' The young hostess received nun:- morning, they saw tho portrait of Pvt. '.rd;:

opened.It seized with wanderlust, but being: in a but they do not want to be robbed, as ] The following: preamble and tiers of beautiful and useful presents : Neal hungford tastefully decorated ,;'

is impossible to find out just how strange place without ready funds, they are at the fashionable winter re-i i, resolutions wore adopted by unanimous I I I finm her friends among thorn being with flags und a l"ul'el'ath! of vietoiy -

much was carried away, as the stockis while such a contingency seemed sorts. This winter several Starke vote of the board: some very choice 'flowers, Enchantress: lied up with our national colors.Tim .

very large, but the articles knownto pleasant enough when road about, was families have offered their homes to I Whereas the present high prices of carnations and a largo bowl of valvoty stage was decorated with potted 1'

be missing are valued at $300. They I not what it was cracked up to be, and assist in accommodating a part of the j I road and bridge materials make it 1m- "pansies { plants, lilies, and violets. The l following :

include three $GO suits of clothes, one he cheerfully agreed to stay around visitors who have come here, but many i, practicable to proceed with the construction The living I'uom. sun parlor and short and impressive 1 program: was ,

pair of shoes, several pair of pants Turner's drug store until his fatherwas have been turned away for want of |I of the roads outlined in the dining room were tastefully decorated i; ('arrl led out: ; I

and quite a lot of silk' shirts and fine heard from. i room. If we had a 100-room hotel in'' act of the legislature creating Special with ferns and early spring flowers u j I'lItl'ilC! Scout Song-Sung by the 'it .

underwear. Only the most expensive 1 Mr. Kite called Mr. Hodges on the Starke, by means of a little IIdV'rUII-1'I Road and Bridge District No. 1, Bradford ; color motif of white and green being fifth grade, Mrs. Loin ferryman, pianist. .w

goods were taken. long distance phone, and the latter arrived leg we could fill every County, therefore be it used! very effectively. The long dining i
Nothing was missing from the cash during the day and carried his the winter months at good prices, and Resolved, That the sale of bonds table with its bountiful appointments l Scripture leading, IVulm. 144-

register, although an attempt to breakit wandering boy home. have good: accommodations the balance and all oilier matters incident to and of linen, silver und flowers made avery Prof S. /S. Howling\ '''J II '

open had been made. When the I of the year for transients.' This connected with such construction be pretty picture At each cover ( tiord's I'I'a'or-8'lIoo'' .0.

crank for opening it is turned, a bell\ LEGION NOW- ASKS J1.SO DAY would mean an important source of postponed until conditions are more was a dainty white and green place Memorial paper In honor of Pvt.LangfonliMiss .
rings and the burglars would risk income for all our business men, as favorable Olive Ray. ,
: not FOR EVERY DISCHARGED !MAN andWhereas card und for the gills favors of tiny
I well for the farmers who would | Song, "The Star Spangled Banner"By
being discovered by the noise. The as I I the tax levy of 12 mills on green baskets filled with nailed peanuts ii'
the index mechanism had grow truck to supply the hotel, as. wellas -- School."How '. j
cover over The executive committee of the the dollar made by the County ComtniasjoneiH und for the boys St. Patrick souvenirs -
been lifted off, but there are no signsof American Legion Monday put to to produce beef, pork, chickt'na'i' of Bradford county at the The table was centered by a shall, we honor their: dueil-

violence. Someone had probablybeen congress: the !proposal to pay adjusted up I eggs, milk, butter, syrup, !' ( request of the Board of Bond Trusteesof largo, white pound cake, on which How speak our praise of t thin immortal
passing outside and disturbed the etc. Yes' such an establishment would I breed TI
compensation to former servicemen said Special Road and Bridge: District burned eighteen small rumllos. Mrs I
intruders. 'e and women at the rate of $1.60l f put liftin Stake, not only through: No. 1 will not now be necessary Scott was assisted in serving the I Only by living nobly as they died.. ,

The burglary must nave been come for day of service. ||I the business it would create to supply I for the payment of interest on bond", guests by .Mrs. T. N. Linihuugh, und I Toiling for Truth denied!,
mitted between midnight and dawn This action reversed a previous vote the hotel and cater to other needs of and the accumulation of a sinking the dinner menu consisted of first Loyal to something bigger than wI .

Sunday morning. The perpetratorswere taken by the committee which record-1)I the tourists, but also through investments fund for the redemption of said bonds, course, oyster cocktail ; second course I al'Something- "'
apparently familiar with the ed thirty-seven' state I'epresentative.In I of these people in homes in the I therefore b! it chicken fmliid, mushed potatoes and( that swings the spirit to axtu1
surroundings: and the officers of the town and farms in its vicinity. The I Resolved That the Commissioners English hoots saltlnes I '."
favor of the legislative committee'splan County pens' pickles, _
law hope to soon have them behind for cash relief at one dollar a. very knowledge: of the fact that Starkowas I of Bradford county bo nndthey und fruit. siilud; third course, nut cnkoniiii i '. -
a tourist town would direct to our i IIiUTIIII.Cm.JoIIII'1'ION:
the bars.MR .
to instructthe brick ire fourth
day, which was adopted as a substitute are hereby requested dram; course, ,
town the gaze of those who are ever collector of said to coffee and mints.After .
tux county
for the original proposal $50a
on the lookout for places to start enterprises I I I Sunday Illm'eh21st, many relativesof
abandon further collection of said tax
month. The committee's determination tho lust course, Mrs 11:. Mark-
BLACKBURN GAVE LECTURE: (o boost relief followed a general in.Suppose ,',of 12 mills and to authorize! : and instruct ley Johns acted us toast mistrcHH, and !Mrs, .I. L. Com gathered to celobrato -

AT LONG BRIDGE review of a composite bill which the 1 I \ we at first build a small ho. the Hoard of Bond Trustees of Mr. L. L, 1 King, Mr. ii. \I I ), Law und her flfty-foutlh birthday. It
tel and ,p'.wn: it so that we can add nnannex Road and Bridge District No. wan. quite u surprise to Mrs. Cone, us
legion will present to the house ways I Special Mixs 'DorlH j Scott:; ouch proposed, toasts,
Mr. II. Blackburn, assistant field I and means committee Wednesday Including I II later on. Let us "sot our stakes"at ,',,1 to reimburse all persons who have after which the ('oml'lIlIY't.tul' ('d to it hurl been kept n secret from. her until

agent for the Southeastern Peanut privileged land settlement, I 20000. Lot twenty good men sub.scribe I heretofore paid said tax to the tax lilt! reception mom inn I enjoyed guinea': all liutl. gathered and I the time hail.

Crushers Association, of Atlanta, Ga., home building, aid and extension of ", $500 each, then issue stork for collector of Bradford county, and be it und music To <'I1I'htUt"t was given a come to lay the table for dinner Mrs. .
gave a very interesting lecture on the i 1 vocational training. $10,000 and sell at par, and we soon I further )list of Clll..tionslI1.d. "Terms usedIn Curie was very ill at OIIHO thinkingshe

growing and handling of peanuts for would have the money, We then could Resolved, That for the purpose of music" and "A Slmkospeare Romance hud not prepared enough dinn..rror i
a commercial or money crop to the I I All provisions of the bill, except the build and equip the hotel with all the carrying out the reimbursement of ," which proved, to bo of much all, us thorn wen. nn many that
award of cash bused on the period of i I Clinic' unexpectedly' to her Hut she
modern\ conveniences ami It
peanut club members and others at furniture. those persons who have already paid interest and amusement With Miss
Long Bridge school house on Tuesdayof service were adopted however then would easily rent for enough to I the said tax of 12 mills that County Eva: Epperson: us pianist Miss was soon relieved' when some of. the

this week. Strong opposition developed I pay 10 per cent dividend on the stock. Commissioners l h.. and arc hereby re violinist, und Mr. II. D. Law men tulks begun/: arranging tables outdid
to the $50 a month plan, and by a vote UK under tho trees, und l others bringing
It would not he investment
Owing to the busy season in plant- pnly a paying i (Iu."t'd to furnish the Board of Bond as rornptlst' several selections wore
there not of 35 to 14, was fixed at $1.50 a day. but it would be to the great | Trustees with list of the of large baskets well filled with everything
Ing spring crops, was many a names charmingly rendered. Mr. 1 I.. I. King
farmers in attendance, but those present TIIERRELL IN STARK' honor and benefit to the town and surrounding I 11111 such persona\ with their postofTlce delighted! tho audience with a solo, and that the appetite could, call '"
DR. for. The table) after
wan pretty
manifested much enthusiasm on' country. add!rouses.the Messrs. II. I D. Law and John Powell very
the topics discussed and were free to Many good towns have been built ----+-. .-- duet tho good ladies. had spread' it with the 'i,
"Whispering llopo" as a
express their appreciation for the Instruction Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight had as up on the building and loan plan, thatis most prosperous farmers In this sang Messrs. Wilbur Scott and B. I). Law many !good things to eat.

given guest for the week-end. Or J. II. you furnish the lot and put in what community lie loaves a wife and .(.v.1 also rendered, a duet. Everybody: did ample, justice to the :;'
Therrell, field secretary for the FlorIda dinner and I each nooinod. to bo gladthe ..
one :
Mr. Blackburn is a specialist on money you can, then the building and oral small children to mourn the ,
who charmed his hearers The invited! guests wore: Miss Mary :
Conference oilier there ilosldcm the ,
was din:1:
peanut production and has had much loan company will loan you money of a devoted husband and father. The i ''
Sunday with two delightful lectures Morrow, of Tampa; Miss Dolia Miele'ling tier Mrs. Cone. received several nice ',
practical experience as a farmer. Un payable in monthly instalments. Now deceased has many friends here who' ;.
the Methodist church, morning of 1.'t'shuljt; Miss May Jones, of
at und valuable
the rent will this out without put. with the bereaved gifts.
is able
like many farmers, however, he pay join sympathy
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Cooper,
and evening.Dr. Among those who attended were
to tell in good plain language the message ting any more money into it-you family. The body was taken to JacklIonvllle
Mr. and Mrs. E.; Murkley Johns Miss. > .
Mr. it. G. Thomas and children
lecturer and Mrs
Therrell is famous ,
he wishes to convey, and even a have the option to pay as fast as you for interment. .
children enjoy hearing .him. His subject having traveled throughout the Westas please after the first year, or take up Mrs Susan Tcston was a visitor to on DoriM! Law, Jessie Thomas, Eva 1-."- nnd aunt, Mrs Cornelius Strph.ens .
President person, Maria Thomas; Messrs. llor* of Midway Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
campaign: speaker for the loan at time. Starke ;
is one that all farmers are Inter- any
ested in and he starts our by asking Wilson during his first candidacy, ands Say, lot's do it nowl! Let the good Louis Brown, of Waycross, Ga., visited ace Wilson, B. D. Law John Powell!:, Cone and children, of Luko IlutlerMr }
White Umford :
"Why are farming The audi a graduate of the Universities of work go on I Everybody push and his parents, Mr and Mrs. J. E, George Epperson! and Mrs S. V. Androu and rhll.dien J
ence is at once you set thinking. Then he Virginia and Princeton and while at form a stock company and got the ho. Brown Thursday. bur Scott, L. I.. King, Henry Edwards, of llrookcr; Mr and Mrs. C. W.
of Gainesville i iPOLITICAL I
answers the question "Farming for the latter was a pupil of President tel "roady before the good roads get Rev. IlummiMid, of Jacksonville, lectured olson! II little daughter, mother and '

profit and the audience then become Wilson.Dr. here! 'VEItiTAR. at the Grace Methodist church :: I sisters, of Brookor; Mr. and Mrs C. "
| M. Andren children and mother ofBrookor ,!
interested, because we are all seeking Therrell is now traveling thru Wednesday evening FIGHT WILL BE ON ,
should he return LAWTEY Rev. J. I). Ovorstioet of Coleman. I / ; I.:. 1 B.{ Atulrou and family ofBrooker ,
ways that we may reap greater profit Florida' lecturing, and LABOR'S I':Mns-fOMl'lmS: :
from our labors. to Starke in that capacity wouldbe Ga., was the guest Sunday of Rev ; Mm. .1. f. COUP and children,

County Agent J. O. Traxler reports given an enthusiastic welcome by I Lawtcy, March 2ft.- The sad news and Mrs W. L. Overstreot Samuel( Gompors, writing In the of Brooker; Mr. arid M I'll.I..th1\ Coition ;
children und father Mr. and !\Irll.M .
that he is planning to have several hose who were so fortunate as to be was received here Iast.Wedncsday by I Mrs. J. B. McCulley and sons, Frank current issue of the American Fedora.tionlxt ,
A. demons and child, and! others.
meetings of this character in the coun- present Sunday. Mr. R. R. Thede that his father Mr. and James,, were visiting relatives in asserts' that labor's non-purtl-
The day was well spent In social
ty during the present season, at which William Thcdo, of Charleston, S. C., i Luwtcy Sunday. sun political fight will b"l aimed particularly conversation close all .
and to
various subjects will l e handled by JUDGE GARDINER NOT A CANDIDATE had passed, to the GrY'at Beyond, at I I Mrs. Frank Oensol, of Charleston, ) at tho "defeat of those who iiimo a ?
too for (the guests All departed
S. O. and 'Herman Thodo of Jaekson. soon
experts in their respective lines of the home of his daughter, Mrs. Frank arc enemies of mbar"
be O..m.t'Mr\ Thedo had boon a sufferer | vine, attended the funeral of their wishing( Mrs. (ono many happy returns ';
work. lie asks that suggestions
: "The light\! U on, the article says, of the day und 'way down in "
given him for subjects special or of Bradford county: for several months leaving! his father last Friday. has ,
To the voters 1 "labor'n partisanship, In America I\ their hearts hoping, they may bo at ,
constructive agricultural work in or- The undersigned: will not become t I farm In East Lawtey a few monthsago Mrs. William Reddish, of Wah.rIOl1k been. to principles and not to parties. the rolobrulion. of the succeeding
der that he may know what is most candidate for re-election to the office! to join his wife in Charleston, j,| visited hor daughter, Mrs R. It. "More than a year huM passed since' birthdays "

interesting. of county judge at the coming pri where' she had been spending some Thede" recently silence settled over the hattie which in i I -.. ._. __

mary. My health will riot, allow me to!.1, time.Mr. Fred Purvis, of Coleman, Ga., was that lima' ....,..,1.0- ....- measure of-- .r..'-!.. tilsNAllll( .vtHBI.1tutY IIItAvYS iTWO
NEW CANDIDATE rem REPRESENTATIVE take care of more than one businem.: Thede was born in Hamburg I II a visitor at the home of Rov. and Mrs ely constructive character has boon FINElthers
YEARS: AND $10.000
and I have decided to engage; in farming I I Germany, but when a young man came W. I.. Overstrcet several days lustweek. placed on the nation's statute books."The -

exclusively. My relations with the to this country to keep from bring national machinery of government -
( Connected With the Senator'sDraw
Chas. II. well known cit- almost sixteen '! forced to join the Germany army. A Miss Eva Reddish visited relativesand
Register, a public during the years I seems to have boon paralyzedinto ('lImp.hl'n Fine' and Term I
izen of Lake Butler, enters the legislative : I[ have held the office, have been pleasant few years after coming to America, friends in Jacksonville 'last week. cither inaction or recution by the a

race this week as a candidate in and I hope the many solicitation when the war broke out between the Carl Johns of Starke, was. a visitor cessation of hostilities and never wan Grand! Rapids-, Mich., March 20.- -

group one for representative. Mr. I: have had of lute to again become a states, ho enlisted from Minnesota and to Lawtey Sunday. : the world so ready for !great fundamental Senator Nowberry, bin brother, John
for been be as an served for three years In the Union W. M. McMillan was a visitor to
Register has many years associated candidate may interpreted
'' programs und\ 15 other defendants were found
with the business and political endorsement of satisfactory service.To army, in Co. K, 9th regiment and Co. Starke: Thur day. I "Lubor Is the sum total of the lives guilty today. in the United States district I

life of his town, and is very pop- those good friends who would like G, 32d regiment J. T. Reddish is spending some time of all those who are useful to the court The Jury found that they
He office and to the He came to Florida about 33 years in Tampa In the employ of the U. S. 1
ular with all his acquaintances. to; again see me in world and congress cannot do any single had conspired\ violate a section of -
has been for ,several years, and is at public in general for good will and ago, and purchased a farm in East government. thing in which labor is root inter the Federal practices not limiting
present, secretary of the Bradford support in the past, I tender my sin Law-toy where! he lived up to the time :Mrs. Nancy Britt loft Sunday for ested." expenditures in the campaign.All .

County Fair Association and is one of cere thanks. Respectfully, of his going to Charleston a few Mucclvnny] where she will spend. sometime I the defendants were found guilt:

the most active boosters of that enterprise. GEO. A. GARDINER. months ago. I I with rolativcs.' week.' Several speakers were introduced f
loss of the charges of using the malls
L. J. Ovemtreet of Coleman Ga.
The body was brought to ,
Lawtey'j I' well the and he
as governor ,
as la defraud. Judge Session will granta
I'ATRICK-WILLIAMS Friday and the funeral and was was the ...U..IIof his son, W. L. Over-
addressed the large crowd
90 day of sentence pending,
stay ,

direct this week.
lake ,
BAPTIST held the same day at Klngnley I hour on why h* should be clootedU. .
peal. "
Rov. Ernest filled his
Boyer regular
Don't forget to read in Exodus and Plant City, March 19.-The many cemetery. S. senator. The governor has many Senator Newberry was sentenced to :
Matthew. friends of Miss Ida Williams will be I The deceased was 77 years of age, appointment at the Lawtcy Baptist friends in this community who are always two and $10,000 fine j,
servo a ,
years pay
'' church Sunday
of her marriage to is survived by a devoted wife and four
pleased to learn welcome him.
Snnday: schools 10 a. m. ( Prevail glad maximum. The defense declared the 1
A. B. of Jacksonville visited
of this !sons and two daughters Henry Th'dp.,1(1
Mr.. L. T. Patrick place. Larramore Uhodon of Jacksonville,
11 .
Morning worship, a. m. relatives In case will bn taken direct to the United !if
Lawtey Saturday and
B. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior, 6:30: This afternoon the happy young cou.plc | of St. Peter, Minn.; Walter Thede of 1 Sunday. spent Sunday at the home of his father States Supreme Court.
secured an auto and motored overto Superior, Wls.j; Herman J. Thede, of i 1
p. m. license Jacksonville and Rudolph R. Thodo of James II. Lowery, of Glen St. Mary, near Lawtey. Cody, manager of the campaign, and
marriage ,
>!%, Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. Barlow, purchased there united a in matrimony Lawtey Mrs. Francis Stockton of ''I was visiting relatives in Luwtey Sun Several crates. of strawberries were Paul King, got the same, and the oth ,'j r;,
;*" service Wednesday, 7:30: and were ; last week. If
Midweek I day. shipped from Lawtoy er sentences ranged from two yearn
Mrs. Mamie Oen-
The happy union over, Mr. and Portland Ore. ; and
.* P* m. returned to Plant City sel of Charleston, S. C. I| Herbert Bitch of Starke, was a visitor the warm weather continues we will and $5,000 to a year and a day.
'/ Rev J. T. Barnes, of the Pine Level Mrs. Patrick afternoon train for The entire community extends their to Lawtey Sunday.W. be shipping carlots In a few days 1

J\,:5 church' favored the evening congregation and boarded the there they expect to sympathy to the family in their be M. Overstroet and family motored Mrs. James Hamon, of Jacksonville, Road! what this Issue of the Telegraph ,

'(,{ with gospel sermon last Sun- Tampa. From in north Florida, reavement.The over from Palatka Sunday and was a visitor to Luwtey Sunday. has. to say about the desirability i
various '
visit places
r' ,day.The the bride's home. death of Mr. John Friego occurred I spent the day at the home of Rev. and of a tourist hotel for Starke. "Ver-
quarterly business meeting of Including at his late home about two 1 )Mrs..W. L. Overstreet. SERVICES CALLED OFF itas" is a retired business men who
the B.; Y. P. U. chapters will occur Mr. Patrick is a prosperous young knows what he Is talking about. Others .
.", friends of ,the cou- miles north of Lawtey last week from Mrs. J. B. Rowe was a visitor to -
next Sunday night. Officer are to be man and many of the in favor of the who have
homefolke of the pneumonia. Mr. Friego came here Starke Thursday. On account of the absence project
:,'. elected. Members will please take no ple bride here in wishing join them all the Joy and from Italy five or fix years ago and Governor S. J. Catts and party wer I pastor there will be no services next reasons of value to present, are Invited

4" tie*. of delightful future. at the time of his death WM one of visitors to Lawtey Tuesday of last; Sunday at the Klngsley lake church. to write to the Telegraph.
BLANCHARD D. LAW, happiness a

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M- Chester Register, of Sapp, attended PUPILS RECITALThe Margaret Livingston
church at Cypress Grove Sunday Part II

Mr. and Mrs. Judson Hurst, of Palestine advanced piano and voice pupilsof Piano Duet

ThPGameof Living were guests at the home of his Mrs. A. E. Wall will render the following Rossetta Bohm
parents Mr. and Mrs JII.. Hurst program at the High School Ethel Griffin, Iris Epperson ; .

Er County News Items Thursday afternoon. auditorium Thursday evening at 8 Piano Solo <.'

t Mrs Bessie Johnson and childrenwere o'clock, March 26th. The public is Valse Dural' 4
visitors at tUe home of Mr. and cordially invited. Florence Andrews

_ Mrs M. II, Hurst Sunday afternoon. Vocal Trio
lMUr .tln. Fact Gathered During the Week by Our er s. B. HAOCLEYCopjrrliht. -i .--- I'art I Autumn Lullaby Fcarin I
,' Regular Corre.pondent.. \ Piano Solo Miss Ruby Poppell, Mrs. Lois Perrv. I
In Rank and File Lange
la- r man, Miss Nelle Roberts
( 181. by' the McClure News' Hazel Middleton Piano Solo d
--- pi"'"r avedlcate.) Griffin & Johns have decided not to Piano Duet *
licnnic'i Pool. Robert inrlTTey pdDfcfd lo Ms lelsarely Bet any certain day for their millinery Salut A Pesh Kowalski '
i have fish walk, down Hradlaw street find opening, and as a full stock of Ladies Schottische in G Ethel Griffin
Good afternoon, did
you Canova, Ruby Davis i Valse In Octaves Concone
seated himself on one of the Imposing Mary
for trimming
Hats and everything needed -
fur dinner today Starke is gettingfed I
11'M Fish Tales up on black bass, because the an- stne steps of the, church on the cor has now arrived, the ladies are Piano Solo Audrey Vocal Johns SoloI

glers have been busy and good luck nor invited to call at any time. If just Staccato Polka Bohm
"I've to rest a minute. tie said Jessie Baiiden Love You Sobeski
has smiled upon them considerably got what you desire should not be on display
Among the large catches last week half aloud fanning himself slowly mention your wants to the ladyin Vocal Sextette Absent Metcalf
!I we mention one party consisting of A, with his straw list. "It doesn't take charge, and it is more than likely Whispering Hope Alice Hawthorn Ruby Poppell
You descendants or Isaac Walton, M. Darby, N. Sternberg, Dr. O. L much exertion to us* a fellow up when that you will be shown the hat or I Soprano, Misses Ruby Poppell, Lucite Piano Solo
., lay down your rod and reel, set aside out of the hospital Polacca Brilliante Bohm
Haynes who brought in sixty-one bass, he's only three days trimmings that strikes your fancy.- Tatum, Mrs. Markley Johns.II .
4 your tackle box for a few brief moments to be out Mountain Spring Bohm
'. f several of which weighed from five to -but It's glorious Adv. Soprano Misses Jessie Thomas,
f 11 fill up your old jimmy pipe and1isu.n. eight pounds. They fished in Bennie' again! John says It's pretty quiet on Nelle Roberts, Mrs. Lois Ferryman Iris Epperson
i h I've made a find-a treasure In or
ray beat-me for duty a couple Piano Solo
Pool. Piano Duet
lake incognito. Pack up your tent, a so days now I" Polonaise Militaire Chopin
couple of coin, some cooking utensils, Col. C. L. Peck Julian Peek, Mr A pretty young girl came out of the Gitana hems Ethel Griffin a
groceries and plenty of extra tackle, Shaffer/ .and Leslie Turner returnee church and paused' s half moment uncertainly Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., L. 'A. Florence Andrews, Mary Canova Vocal Solo ,

and well go to Angler's Paradise. from a day's outing, bringing in six on the upper, step. The Davis, superintendent Piano Solo Angel's Serenade Broga l
4, I 4 Leaving Starke we go:' south, then turn ty-one nice bass. Mr. Turner states man, In hlx swift Involuntary Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Forest Nymph
to the that they were so plentiful that he< young I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30: Nelle Roberta t tI
rtcv right, cross a bridge and follow glance, felt his heart leap. lie rout Florence Andrews Miss Doris
e the well beaten road. In an hour anda simply leached overboard and lifted hastily and stepped aside. She start p. m.Will Vocal Solo I Violin Law '
half reach in with his hands. They were preach at Lawtey, Friday, the I Piano Solo
a we a splendid hard surfaced one but her were
the ,
ed down steps eyes
Welcome Sweet
road arid though the mile maybe very frank about it and staled that misty from crying; she stumbled, missIng 2<;th, 7:30: p. m. Spring TimeRubenstein Valse Chopin :I
m fished in Lee.Lake not Bcnnie'sPool. J. C. DIGGS, I Iris Epperson
thirty, yet you mustn't get impatient they a step. Blckley caught her full ID I
Lucile Tatum Piano Duet
because the going In good and I'll Pastor
ear I
site fell.
his arms as I
4it r' soon show a wilderness fish hatch- !In bass Piano Solo Tannhauser March Wagner 11
you I Lacy Wynn brought thirty "Thank 'you-<>h, thank yon 1" she I
] cry that has not been stocked by the handed several of Roses De Boheme Kowalski I Iris Epperson, Ethel Griffin
: caught single! faltered as she stood erect. "I was .
4 t ;" government, nor molested by the hand which brought the scales down to very awkward !1" COULD NOT - - --
' ? t of man. Hero we leave the hard road three, four and seven pounds. She passed on down the street, but

and just R short trip of two miles. Get Willis m Powell, Jack Howe and Kirby he hud seen despair In the eyes she "
out of the cur, boys, and follow me.It's in bass him lie looked after her
Smith brought one weigh raised to '
S well you have on your old clothes ing around three-quarters of a pound with a strange constriction of the Your EASTER HAT is atSTERNBERG'S ,

>and legging because this dense hammock Old Joe Wilson says Mobile, Ala., heart. THE STAIRSLOS ,
t I'' : in not easily penetrated, and is all right, but along in the spring of "That was my girl I" be said to himself -
.' 4 t surely a lake like this is well worth
the year when a young fellow's as he walked slowly back the other -
d few scratches. Keep your heads down thoughts turn to the rippling waves, way, "and I don't even know her ANGELES=" WOMAN SUFFEKKl .
and watch for those vines
d11 't will out ; theyRurcIy the silent dipping of the paddle and name or where she Is going! And oh, ) SIX YEARS FROM RHEUMATISM -
Just little
a 1' trip you. a the splash of the bass as he jumps good Lord, Hhe looked like she wanted BY
4 farther -SOON= RELIEVED
a now poet those high pal met-
from the water to free himself-he's to diet" ,
k, toes and behold! Have TAN: LAC
r you ever cast hack in Starke, and brought his fish- A month before, the old Insurance
: your eyes upon as beautiful a body of ing tackle with him.OrlJer8 man for whom Hester Moran worked I [
' e water Does It not remind you of a still had died-the city was overcrowdedwith "I had rheumatism so bad that life IF IT IS HATS?
1 are coming in from out
huge plate mirror planted in the bosom workers-the girl had not foundanothl'r was simply miserable for me, but Tan-
of for tackles. One
town fishing CUBtomer -
of a jungle T The tall lac has trouble"
majesticryptesses entirely overcome my
, rising out of those black came down from Waldo just toget shrunk from Job. going On this to the Sunday little she church had said Mrs. Martha Asbach, of2226'Duane ITALIAN MILANS? ,,1
few lures. Joe Hill Williamscame
depths like col"M sentinels a
to Street Los
guard she regularly attended, and so had Angeles, Cal.
the mysteries. It holds! Ah, dear me, over from Lake Butler to carry "For the past six years I was in
but In this FINE LEGHORNS?
i back enough Shimmy Wigglers to gone to a big strange one;
the water has no bottom and Ih its such a wretched condition I can hard-
,1 church It seemed to the little
all of the in that great
body swim the large mouth black buss supply anglers sec
"rich Inlands ly understand how I held out as long
Hon. stenographer; every one was
q eager to IroyJpon some moving ob and there but twoppnnll's as I did," she continued. "I had rheumatic -
ject. They know not what the hook Mr. Uivenbaik, of the duPont Company money ; were pains in my knees so bad thatit
left In her and after
' '' and line Is-they do not wait for sun, had his first tryout at black Tuesday night, her rent purse would be up. was impossible for me to step up Lace and Georgette Hats?
moon, nor signs of the Zodiac-evl't., bass fishing on Thursday. He landed or clown the stairs, and my hands were
No and nowhere to
,, eager to pounce upon a Shimmy Wiggler pt,**'nice! bass and now is a real enthusiast got I money, no work so swollen and stiff it was all I could

4 for I Instance, and devour It. I With dl''pall'llllhlttf'rn: III In her do to hold the broom or dishes. At Novelty and Sport Hats :

y have seen them leaping from the black R. n. King, of Dowagiac fame, and soul, \Hester had risen and slipped out night I simply ached all over so badI
water, their twelve, fourteen and yes, Mr. Golden, of the Jacksonville Sport. of the church. could not sleep, and, intact, I Buffered -' I
even sixteen pound. bodies shining in "I'll try again tomorrow and all the time night and day. I' ,
the sunlight until It seems that the ing Goals Co., were our guests l lastweek. became very nervous and worried so
she said to herself-"perhaps Hats of all Descriptions at Popular f
r/: surface was fairly alive An angler, Mr. King wanted to show us \\'l'dnl'lff'ny-lhl'lI- much over my condition that I became

must come here with plenty of extra how the Zarngossa luro worked and Monday end Tuesday were one continuous very despondent
rods, )line and lures for they will be succeeded In landing nine bass out of tramp. She had asked' for "I tried all the medicines I could Prices Z

torn from his hands by these underwater Kingsley, lake under adverse work at everything she could do only hear of but none of them did me any .;
''I tigers., Ohl! the name; I forgot very con to he turned) down everywhere In the A'oodJnt iI\ got Tanlac. I was overjoyed i
to mention, and though I'm not poslivo ditions.JUIGLEY i dusk of Wednesday she stood In he to find that it more than met Before Buying See

t yet someone told mo 'twas called ( LUMBER & SUPPLY CO lohhy of. a great olllce building, resolved my expectations. All signs of the ,
rheumatism has left and I am back
to make! one lust try. "Stenog me '
pkl -. rapher, wanted," the slip[ of paper she doing: my housework for the first timein
---, held In her (band, read "Room 000." several years. My nerves are assteady 1''
The stylish, elderly man Into whose as they can be and I sleep all STERNBERG'S"The

', Splendid show- office she was admitted gave one look night long and never wake up till the
at the newcomer, and turned to the six : morning. I haven't felt so fine in
Ing of men'sand eel girls waiting to talk with him about years and it certainly is a pleasure for Store With Conscience"Diamond
il the Job. me to tell everybody about Tanlac"Tanlac a

r young men'sSpring "No use waiting," he flung at them is sold by druggists every- I

Suits "I can see none of you will do I" where.-Adv. '1

)1)I! With a gallant air he set a chaIr for ,!
1 just arrived. Hester In his Inner office and drew hla .-
9 own big rnslr close np bealde It
They're made "You'll suit me t.. n 'T.; duckle," he I

t by I I&SBing remarked. "I've been looking for rr
i it+ / something slick like you and I can

Co. of Cincinnati / see with one eye you're a live wire.
1tY Sickened Hester edged her chair Tires
Nuff f Sed. away.

'How much does the place payf
I she asks,.
i rt
This line consistsof
"Five. dollars at first P !,
"But I-. girl can't live on that I"
"Who expects you to, ,sweetness A f

'R looker like you doesn't have to live on We have a most complete stock of auto f
Serges $5. Why, you might get as much as

twenty a week If we lilt It oft together tires and tubes, at the following prices:
Flannels That's what my last stenographer
reached over and squeezed her
r Worsted k i band., Hester rose, her cheeks aflame
with helpless Smooth Squeegee Grey Red

CassimeresAlso f "That's the last Insult I'll ever receive Size Type Tread Tread Tube Tube
," she assured herself when sheens ,
In the street again "the very 30x3 CL $13.20 $15.10 $2.80 $3.40 :i


extra good midsummer line consisting of The smell\ of the 'hnkeshop's' fresh .30xJ: '/J CL 17.20 19.15: 3.35; 4.00

rolls sickened her hungry stomach, 32x3/i SB 19.93 22.40 3.80 4.45
PALM BEACHES, MOHAIRS. TROPICAL WORSTED empty since her breakfast of crackers "

At the foot of the stairs that led to 31xJ CL 26.30 29.95 4.50 5.05:
her room she paused tempted to borrow
'L1 When having your next suit a slice of bread from her landlady 32x SB 26.85 30.45 4.65; 5.25

but she clinched her hands end 33x4 sn 28.10 32.00 4.85 5.50

tailored allow us lo suggest climbed the step 34x.t sn 28.80 32.65 5.05 5.70
"I won't be hungry very long. she

Kahn Tailored Clothes. thought.It .
32x4'J SB 36.45 41.15
was clone on midnight when she 5.95 6.70

crept out to the park, where the strong 33d) sn 37.50 42.50 6.10 6.85
First. Their clothes are cut tot tide beat against the sea wall. ,The 3h4Vz sn 38.75 43.80 6.25 7.00
night was warm and sultry, but tbe
individual measurement. girl shivered as she crouched' on a 35x4 Vz sn 40.55 45.80 6.30 7.05 1

t park bench. 36x41SB 41.10 46.50 6.60 7.45 .
S "I've got nobody she defended herself
Second. 100 per cent pureI" to conscience; "nobody to care." 33x5 SB
_, __ __ 50.75 7.35 &23
But as she spoke, there floated before
wool. her excited brain the face of the 3x5; sn 46.25 53.80 7.65 8.60

young man who had saved her from 37x5 sn 48.95 57.00 7.95 8.90

Third. Materials thoroughly falling at the church steps
are "He'd never hurt a woman," she
thought ; "he looked good. I could
cold watered shrunk. have loved him I I wish I had known We
hIm and he had wanted me r carry Auto

Fourth. They're lined with A clock not far from the park struck Polish
twelve. The young fellow In a police- ;;.and Mechanics Tools.

nun's uniform standing oa the seawall
pure dye mohairs. beard a light step .behind. htm. ,

; u'rwene Then a email white figure slipped I past
him like a bird and flung Itself Into

Alvarez & Graham the the water.washing He tide let and himself struck swiftly oat Into for Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.

the sinking white figure. In. little
t'' I The Dependable Store time he was hack at the base of the

I wall, and John Twvedle. another officer
whom hie cries had brought was I
helping' Mm.



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E1 ,tltadford Farmers l\\in Mr.the Miller and Mrs.section A. Sunday.B. Surrency and s

i County daughter here Sunday.Miss Rosa, attended services i

1 Mrs.!: Annie i Maud.Shaw and daughter -

Y AGENTS' REPORTS i LIVE STOCK IX FLORIDA along this line, while N. Wells, after Alias Mabel, and Misses Jeannette
I trying out the method for a year, declares and Marguerite Strickland were the j

county-Fully 60 per cent Great Need" for the Producing of More that hooking the corn in the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Strick F MUTILATED rA

V ah potato crop that had been | Good Stock Feed !i field, done by inexperienced hands, I l land Sunday.

y q February has been lost. I takes about one-third more actual time Mr and Mrs. Williard Raborn were I

per tent: of the cane crop | The dev'lopm-d;; growth in livestock : at the harvest season, but is a great: guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W Ed.

a .teeS the last week in Fcbruif has made wonderful progress in time saver in the long run, and bears[' wards Sunday afternoon. $

s this amount fully 10 per cent Florida during: the past ten or twelve ,, out Mr. Birt's statements as to the Messrs. Cephus and Malcolm Harrell

lost. Club boys netting: anx- '' years. In spite of thin great growth, i' advisability of the practice. were visitors to Worthington on

I nt corn. The club this year there is room for still greater growth I Mr. Birt intends to put in several Sunday.Mr. .

linger and better than ever and development, according to J. M. more airtight cribs next year which and Mrs W. M. Harrell, Mr.
soambfa county-The work in this Scott, animal industrialist at the 'Experiment will have several advantages over and Mrs. O. W. Barry were business

x .1 -:- seems to be progressing very Station. However, one of those in use. j 1 I visitors to Starke Monday.
; to -Ms time. A good many the first principles that we must learnis .
taroneon( live stock II Quite a number of our young: folks
planted much of the that to produce good ; I
I PICTURE FILMS WILL BE LOANED attended church at Brooker Sunday
-crops and others being means that we must produce good feed
4'l' al'r That poet haste now In f pile of with which to feed the animals. Good UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAThe night.

'L'itt., hi cultivation i is being broken for The great need of Florida live stock General Extension Division of Leonard Cook of Ft. White,

4 [ting. Cultivation will be dupe I today is the more good/: feed. the University of Florida has been (J I and Miss Cecil Raborn, of this place,

v "improved machinery. II This has been a very mild winter, made a government depository for, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony -

county-Potatoes, brans and yet the majority of our people do not motion picture films put out by various by Rev. J. T, Barnes at the
t t lr nder vegetation nipped by coldly realie how many cattle have actually departments and bureaus at home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harrell

q, March. It is not anticipated I starved to death during: the past Washington. These films will be lentto Miss Raborn is one of our attractive

a irlous damage was done to cit two or three months. Yes, it is true I anyone who wishes them. In ad young ladies and will be greatly miss

ttf v that the tick and internal parasites ditlon to films furnished by government : ed in this section. Mr, Cook is a

I t ,a inole county Fronts during late were the cause of part' of this loss. At agencies, educational films havebeen prosperous young: farmer of the Ft,

iary: and early March did very the same time, if these animals had promised by corporations over White section. The happy couple lef

777 I 1 damage to Sanford truck crops, been supplied an .abundance of good the country. These show how work i is Sunday afternoon for their home a

'ill t of the lettuce had been mar nutritious feed the loss would have carried on in large: industrial plant Ft. White, amidst the congratulation.

y u+ lid potatoes were /Just coming been much smaller. and give a good: idea of conditions un and good wishes of their many friend.

seed beds of peppers and egg/ : If it were impossible t'> produce der which the men and women live. present.

'r ere well protected with cloth good feeds in the state we would mention No charge: will be made for the use -- 0-

The temperature was never this. But when we can grow good of any of these films, but the bo rTIfEY LIKE HIM AS WELL AS

h to hurt celery. crops of velvet beans, corn, sorghinn rowers will pay express charges from OTHERS
and Japanese! cane!, all of which makuJI"od and to the university, except when
WTO DRY BANS: : feed for cattle, there seems to be blurs are on a circuit Films on circuit Recently in
a speech at Cedar Key
-c cI are received by the borower collect I.
s but little excuse for so many of our Governor Carts villified about everything -
F' cattle starving to death each winter and reshipped cuI'a.'t. The ,.h'.
Calhoun, reptpsenting the on earth outside of the Catt
This is the season of the year whenwe cult plan, by reducing ...:.ioapro: lowers
ed of family after which
Co.. Chicago, was I in he closed his address -
?..- .!_.. _I .. should, vrive some attention to the the cost of service materially. with
.u ""' prayer, which in itself,
I I ,3 4 rle f\\ the following l i rci : forins crops and the acreage to be planted ---+ would seem blasphemy. After Six-
1020.: to it plant
; you
which i is a much easier gun had said Amen, the crowd gave
i"n t reserving them than by can enough forage crops so that your cat. TIMBER YET IN' FLORIDA three rousing cheers for Senator

,, tie will be supplied with an abundance Fletcher. Those Cedar Key voters

t pole and bush beans and either of feed for next winter.It Florida has the greatest stand of evidently are up to snuff-Lake Wale

i watt or green pods may be uxed. He-1 I will be more profitable to feed yellow pine timber of any Souhern Highlander.
cattle than to feed the buzzards. state, according
estimates the
t@.. 'iON"the. pods are too mature and your : of I
'pften they are fit for the table, break''' --+ United States Forest Service, vhich T11E

off the tips and let any titling: come IIACKYARII' POULTRY KEEPINGPAYS Knows an approximate footage: of fifty FLU

with the tips. The bonus are placed l billion at the beginning of the year. '

in cold water and brought: to a boil,, The next highest state is Mississippi, Last year I had the well-known flu

v, ;, but not boiled. The beans are then j That backyard poultry keeping pays with forty-two billion feet The South and now I have the flu once more; 1

v dried and put in paper or cloth bags well and IH at the same time a source has a total yellow pine footage of lie in bed and say, "Kerchoo!" and

and stored in a dry airy place. A of pleasure, if properly carried on, has 270,000,000,000; ) feet, according to the other words I have in store. My dome

bushel In drying: will shrink to one been well demonstrated by T. C. Nicholson official estimate.In of thought is full of ache, and pain
t quarter of its original bulk. | of Ft. Pierce Mr. Nicholson the period from January 1 1911, through all my system wends, and J
to January 1, 1920, Florida milH busy druggists strive to make the t d
vat To prepare the beans for (cooking/ has a flock of 15 purebred Barred Ply cut pills
small quantity in plnced in water inC ] mouth Hock pullets, which are about approximately ten billion feet of yellow the sawbones recommend. 'Twas war t

the evening:, and in the morning they 10 months old. liegininng January 1, pine. From January 1, 1916. to that brought this punk disease, that

have swelled to their original: bulk. he kept u strict record of the amountof the first of the present year these threatens now my useful life; and Wil-

s The beans should be cooked in the eggs: lu id for the following/ daysup mills cut approximately four billiofeet n helm, with his war lord wheeze, was at ft

same water In which they have been to and! including: the last day of of lumber the bottom of the strife. I cannot h i

soaked, and are probably. bent cooked February During the month of January I Figures show that of the nearly two think of any ill in all this sorry worldso .

vt, with meat and other vegetables. j I i Mr, Nicholson: found that his l hundred seventy-one billion feet of wide that cannot be charged to old Bj

In drying: the beans cure should betaken hens laid 291! eggs, and during the yellow pine timber flow standing: i ini Ex Bill-and now they say he won't
1 A to make the process! nK quick ns month of February> they laid 323 eggs, i the South about eighty billion feet is i

possible to prevent the souring of the a total of
r.' Block. Well)) dried beans have been This is an average of more than 10 purposes. This leaves a to For Colds, Catarrh or Influenza towi
successfully stored in Ohio for five I I eggs from, the IS pullets, which is i tal for the yellow pine region: of about

Y/tt' ... years. considered a good record. I one hundred ninety billion feet of corn M,
mcrcial timber.
- I| With eggs at 75 cents a dozen, theI ? L
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PI.ANTU; C,1NI:1'IIIS: ; YEAR; I I 51 dozen would amount to 18.25.. The vie

I(| estimatedoBt of feed, for the two COOPERATIVE PURCHASING ASSOU -
Conditions Indicate that before the months was around $10, leaving a| :; ATI ON: SAVES MONEY terbel

year 1H20:!( comes to a clone this. country profit. of (28.2! from, the 15 pullets i in -
will setter: from, a sugar: shortage: two in'inthi. Mr. Nicholson says he The new co-operative purchasing

and higher: prices than at any time has a groat deal of pleasure in feeding association of Bay county started operations tor
since the beginning/ of the war in 1914 and caring for the little flock. He in early March with the purchase 1 1of
nays the Mate marketing: bureau. The believes that more town people should of some 61 tons of fertilizer forI

world's production. in 11)11) > shows a I keep a backyard flock of poultry. I the members at a saving of $5.GO ant

!shortage of Homo two million tons .I I ton. This i means a total saving: el'b: E.

Nothing is coming' out of Europe and HUSKING: CORN=" IN THE FIELD nearly J300: on the initial order. The
: ,i England has cornered a large part of county county agent lent every assistance I Bu

Pr r' the Cuban crop. Last year's consumption Husking corn in the field and storing to make this plan a success. Be a o { JLai

in this country approximated it in crib fore ordering the fertilizer he had .
: airtight: will soon be a secured Dn a slid unequal to the
about 4.>tOO.noo) ) tons or about RO widely practiced method of combat. prices frbm several manufacturers work ail"you..yti 'OU.7 Do yon still/ cough Sat
v,; pounds per capita The visible supply ting: the corn weevil, according to C. on the cash basis plan. The bankof ana.I '- .* does. ?"r nose. bother yo lip J

M. this year is estimated at 3,700,000) P. Gunn, Alachua county agent: who St. Andrews handled the money end watary7pltreun'aVut blood thin and boa
tons, or about 47! pounds per capita, states that several of the county's big of the business free for the f riy-tjj'n; abets,. Build. strong I your body Into

and this estimate discards the naturalInl'fl'aMe scale farmers have tried it out and I An interesting fact In...of the 17 An old, reliable blood we

in population. Prohibition pronounced it highly satisfactory. ,, with this first ordr r,v. were for a ]low borlial tonic mode from wild maker roots and and AWo'
calls. for more sugar In soft drinks and Returning from Louise yesterday, orders placed-or**" barks Is Dr. I'lwre's Golden Medical

the use of randy has enormously increased thi, county agent declared that W. I'.j i 1 grade fctf>gf-:! --0' In Discovery tablot This"nature rm"","(' me. log

besides sugar entered last girt, of that section, has made a big "'FERTILIZER FOR SWEET' your body or liquid mid form. It will build up tart
t t year, according: to estimates into more success of this practice. Mr. BirtJR r POTATOES germs which protect lurk you from dlseM AIv&1LUtA.y ,
than :800) different manufactured In his 11 of the active everywhere One _red bean -
products. airtight crib last yp),*rN fl I Ingredients of this tem
year used it to groat.aMinn; with Experiments at the Florida Experi perance alterative and tonic Is wild Cucumber ET C Seed Corn '
III Europe is still strict Louise. ,... *PeK which ment Station for cherry hark with stllllnRla which S
sugar on a farmer J enab- four years in succes good for the l Is so Tomato Melon D S Velvet
mtloning basis, and! there in little home.mnrl.\.rbe done tepidly He sion with eight kinds of fertilizer also OroRon! and for cough! ; EMM EM filter
un root
hope of the recenturring nations being led llf***" "e will never store his corn I der sweet potatoes grown on high pine stonn root Quiimi's r'HI&-ali root We can supply for Sorghum,Cowpea* don
able to restore > their way than in land found the pomhlniHt In that skilfully immediate shipment
n supply, theairtight following :Medical all the
abandoned fin-inn ran he (..until.j crib, and will always husk it in the I produce the highest yields: mixture 112 to Thimn root burn a illroct action Discovery.the varieties of all kinds of seeds for planting in leading and standard ....

the factories rebuilt, "d.' r'energy|,fa field, since it not only makes it less I' dried blood 84 pounds muriate of pounds xtmnarhImprovlnudlgratlatianJusxl' Thniw' herbal SQUASH SEED POTATOES our State
for this is not fa'}tffPpoiiitlon i to do takes susceptible less to the corn weevil, but ash and 224 pounds of acid phosphate "DlHcovery" aid In bliHul-niaklng extracts In and the Success ONION SETS EGG PLANTS, PEPPER
lack of mane storage room and per acre are Ixwt for nrrnfuln. in gardening
M'irjjgar saves 11 ty or
cane this Improving farming
time blood, Depends
'..- with a supply of : I attack they fortify the body against acts quality of seeds you plant to a very large extent on the
? sy. I II. R. CoUon, on his East Gaines BRADFORD of grip or colds.

ville farm, has also. met with Catarrh should Im. treated first a. a It has been demonstrated
success bloodUliwaso beyond
_. I with h a doubt
.... ."'" Bradford March 2(5. In addition tlilxnlti-mtlvo. Then com through that desired results fy
-. ( -R.n." vi, v, 'r. the now/ should Im planting seeds of known can only
wash ad
llarnos| filled his regular! appointment dally with ])1'. Nairn' Catarrh Renu'd quality
'k at the Baptist Hond lOc for MARTIN'S HY-TEST
church trla11lklf.
I Saturday and Modk-al Dl'. INSURE
Sunday. ovpry 7 "hl.t." or Catarrh Tabli't The YOUR CROPS
Plsrce'n to I)r. interest in
Mrs D. W Invalids' hotel,, UulTalo. farming and
Kelly and daughters,, N. known, as gardening is the greatest
Sarah everybody we have
and Lou realizes everY
of New that
River, were the H. production is
guests of Mrs. T. B. Edwards Satur I C. of L. necessary and will reduce
LAMENESS spring 1920
Stephen catalog Is
Hague is seriously ill ready and will be
this at request It contains mailed free of
!o. writing/ Information of charge on
f Mrs. C. W'! Edwards; Now for Florida_truckers and
Is planter.
:and Miss the
a- t + ,I cile Harrel Lu- If you are lame time to place,
were guests of every morning and for orders for all
LOMEr Mr. and seeds seeds-you
suffer when
r Mrs. T. II. Rimes, of Dukes, Saturday urinary Ills there must be a the Proper season arrivea to can't afford to walt
cause. plant.
and Often It's
,_ J.1. II. C. Edwards strengthen the kidneys. To .
_ weakened
visited kidneys
friends in and
the avert COTTONSEED
It'll soon be day.Vanderbilt section Saturday and Sun. Doan's more Kidney serious troubles use AMBER CANE=" ORANGE, TEXAS
I Museums Pills.'ou HOG RIBBON:
Mabry Harrell tostlmonv. RAPE
I IwC who Is attending "'. GRASS { EGYPTIAN
Calomel school in 1". Mott RIIODES WHEAT
farmer SUDAN
loses you a Gainesville spent the Starke, SEED
; day You know what end week "When I says: BEANS SWEET
Sour mercury bile; quicksilver Calomel Is dangerous. calomel It crashes Is. Into It's W. M.with Harrell.his parents Mr. and Mrs. by lifting-was and a Injured boy I my strained back. myself From OATS RYE Cow PEAS POTATOES VELVET

like that
dynamite A time on I
cramping and peanut suffered Write
sickening popping was a great deal immediately
' you. Calomel enjoyed by from for
attacks the
the pains In tho catalogue
bones and young/ folks small
sbould.. never I'e Into at the home of Mr of my back. special information and price list, also call
put Jour s'stem. and Mrs. O.V.. Barry My back at spells hurt me you\ may desire on u, for anT
so I
;: evening Those Wednesday couldn't turn over. In bed GET OUR your CrP'.
; present and on PLANTING
Take were Misses get GUIDE
I tng GET
"Dodson's Eva and up In the OUR
Liver Ruby morning,
'u. Tone"Wlien lncfaori l Ruth and my limbs CATALOGUE, GET
: .... Nellie ached and were IIY-TEST
Ward. .
-- -- -- Gen. .>v. IT __" T.'>. stiff and remained SEE DS
you feel bilious, sluggish, calomel. It I lit I Mae Williams, Messrs u. -, Arthur Uft. iviit, tutnoi so until I had been up for a few hours.

constipated and all knocked out and your liver without guaranteed to start | and Seeber Edwards, Ezell and Harry Ceo My kidneys were weak and acted ir

believe you need a doe of dangerous Inside, sad can nut slivate.stirring! you up James Rand !Malcolm and Ccphus Harrell, try regularly Doan's and I was finally advised to E.A.Martin

calomel, just remember Don't take Crews, Richard Ward Geo. Kidney Pills. I received Seed Co.
that calomel Par- great
I It deal
your of
tick make* you !Mr. and !Mrs. W. M. relief from the first
druggist soils for a few cents a large next day) it 10... you a day's and !Mrs.! Williard Raborn Mr. and was soon perfectly well.
work. Mrs.
bottle of Dodion's Liver Tone, which Doilson'e Liver Tone straight en and Mrs. Williams. Hold- my back has caused me trouble Oldest ,
I* entirely vegetable and ens you right up and you feel Ezell James since, Doan's Kidney Pills Established Seed ,I
pleaasnt to p... and sister, Mrs. have never House
Give Minnie in
it failed
take sad !a to tbtchUdren I.ynn, of Cooter to bring the same Florida
a perfect iiibntitwte for .118. It !J. 'I Pond were result ,
ZU3 2n
guests of
perfectly karat Mr. SOC at all dealers. East
i and and Mrs. W.
doent M. Foster-Mllburn
grip. Harrell Sunday. Co. Bay Street
: ;id-' ? Arthur Edward was visiting friends Mtr ., Buffalo, N. Y Jacksonville
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FRIDAY MAItCIi 26, 1920


RAIFORD I Misses Rhoda and Lomie --- PAGE SEVEN
Thomas Jacksonville
were attending to spent part of the week planting their -
'I business here crops.
Kaiford March 26.-Governor S. J, day. Mon E.with their parents Mr. and Mrs. I Remember services at Rock church eYw/y lags or factory buildings. 1
Catt. spoke here Tuesday night. I Messrs.\! Se -ber :Newsom and Moody !\ Saturday and Sunday. Everyone in. Sold and Guaranteed by Mitchell's

Mrs! W. M. Graham of South Jack.sonville 'of Graham were in our burg Saturday Mae demons, of Baldwin vited. Drug Store and D. C. Jones. 8-5-41.
is sending! a few days here spent the eek-end here with her par- --
tAk ..If
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. D. |,I A. L. Greene and family ents.Guy I LAKE ORDER: Fete Prill.lCATION '!
E. J. Lew BUTLER:: .
Andrews. is and PmholKter went to Jacksonville In n..ult..urt.. Ntale of Honda. Right
family attended the birthday Sunday Judicial Circuit. Bradford County In Chan
Wins Perlii Whitten was a visitor to dinner at Mr. where he has employment.] 1
and Mrs.!
Lake Ilutler/ Wednesday night.: ( of Five Mile Sunday. Bob Parrish E. W. Hayes, of Starke passed Lake Butler, March 20-J. W. Townsend j'T: MITCHELL., '

Walter M. Graham spent Saturday Eusti through here Sunday spent Welnosday in Jacksonville Complainant.MAKY I \
j j Kelly of. :New River !
was the V.TlITCHELL.
Mr. and
night and Sunday here with relatives guest of friends Sheriff Epperson was here in business Mrs. Sam Singer had as
afternoon. their guests: this week Mr. and Mfr lirfrndant. Ito |
end friends. {j E.V.. Carter of lirooker Thursday JIll apiiearinir by affidavit apendi to tbe
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dowling Edna friends was visiting I Fred Hazeii and Prof Carter Misses 11. Rabinovitz and children, of Gaines. I filed tn: the almve *tau><1 eailMt that Mary ,
i i in
our section Monday af yule V Mitchell, the, defendant and Cecil Dowling spent the week-end ternoon. Eunice:: Ina Strickland and Ha- '''.n..ld..nI of the atate of Florida. and thermidcnoe I
zel Warren A. E. Cone visited in Jacksonville t or w hi.reabouta of defendant i
Jn Jacksonville. I Misses Bedie Croft visited the Sink Hole Sunday r/ t YL known tin. I'
and Myrtle Wednesday. and i* over the aim of twentyoneyearn.
John Reynolds of Jacksonville was I Morgan were visiting in afternoon. it i* therefore ordered that ald nonnwlilent -
a visitor here during the week. 'j|'I day afternoon : our burg Sun- Mrs. L. Morgan was on the sick list S. T. Dowling of Raiford, spent a defendant lie and In hereby miuired
few hours in town tu appear to the bill of complaint filed In .Id .
Prof. R. A. Green, of Lake I Willie Fowler was visiting in Prook- I during the week ]last looking after business ran.. on or before Monday, the. 17th day of
i H. Sowell, of Cooter Pond R'' week.E. May, A. l>. 11120. otherwise the alienation of - t
visitor lIen er was
was a Tuesday DUtll'I"1 Sunday afternoon.
I W. Miller visited in the aald bill will be taken aa eonfuaaed by sold
Mr. ]prominent visitor here Saturday. : city me. defendant.
Jim Dowlingalld: family and Mrs. A. It. Warren loft
M. tropolm Monday It la further ordered. that this! ardor
P. lie
Matheny in The pub.
ed out to the Andrews and Padgett.turpentine t. u1iVYRoBrown home near Ziff. Starke. spent Monday J. II. Gillespie visited friends in Hulled once a week for riilht coneeciitlve .......10.
still, where Mr. Dowling: is was attending to bus. I Alnchuu In the Itrnilford County Teleiiraph. a news-
The last week ,.....II.I..d .
iness in Ladies Aid of the Free Will l-atwr In aid county and tale..
woiking. Gainesville
: I Friday. C. C. McCiill of Guilford Ihi March 15 IHIM).

Wilma Andrews spent the week-end i Baptist--, church.. will the- church- I IUlAi". ................ .00.i.. ".. ._ T _.._ TL.. u_was n. .a W. T. WEEKS I
here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. '' I rriuuy, afternoon at 4 o'clock. All the - ir-itt'i iv *WI\*? AUlVl 111"nesday. -Shi What would happen 5KAL'' Clerk Circuit. Court. -
II I WOOI1LAWNWoodlawn : members are requested to be pres to me If I were your kid ? ny c. A. KNiairr.
Drew Addition. 1"1.1.
Sheriff Epperson' motored to Lake Well, if you're not lu-qimintrd It. II M08F.LKV.; :

Lonnie Thompson, of Jacksonville! ,,, I March 2i;,-J. S. Nor- I ent.There will be regular: services Saturday Butler last week with Calumet Halting you Rolicllor' r..,. Complainant.' 8.10.PI.II.. .
spent Sunday here with friends. don't know what a good excuse -- -- ---- --
man was a business visitor Mrs Liuretla
Mrs. W. M. Graham has returned to to Starke and Sunday at the Free Will Allen and charming I have. / Can't Help NOTKE; TO I'SIITOUSyA\n IIHHTOIIS
Saturday. )liuptist church by Rev. E. II. Joyner. daughters have returned to their homo Helping M.i ( they're eo All "" "0". Indebted 1 to ttu ".'nlr of M... ::

spending her home a in few South Jacksonville here after I Rev. 1)L. Phillips and daughter, Chester Andreu and Eustis Kelly, in Lulu after a pleasant visit with Mr. good) God for me too, because I"'IRA"h'loridn." Heed deeiaiied 8a lnn an, laic'reoriented of llrndford to .pay County their ,.
days with her
Miss Debbie attended church at Law- of :New River were visitors here Sun- I and Mrs J E.I; Townsend Calu MIC t Bakings mewholnome aid debt forthwith and all pcron bavin i .
parents Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews. tey Sunday. day afternoon.Mr. H. C. Peoples of Miller motored to and say diHrulcd. clHlntu atcalnnt < nld rnlitte hall file tlie. name,
Pan Johnson is spending a few I Millions of mothers use duly atithentlratid., with the undrralirned ra. Y
: Lake
days with his Thomas Crawford of Jacksonville, and !Mrs W. II, Andreu, of New Butler Tuesdays ectllorwithin' one Year front duty hereof or
parents Mr. and Mrs. f-pent Sunday here with relatives. River, wore in town shopping Thurs Miss l\Iuhd Brown has assumed her CALUMETBAKING thev' will bu furrier "barrinl.I r
Paul ,,,
Johnson. I hi
studios Z7lh/ day of } 1WA.
Mrs. George Anderson and daugh-1 i day afternoon. at I the high school after a 11(0.'re 'b"irFJ. :w A tiT. t

Hubert Kitch, ef Starke, was in our ter, Miss Marguerite, of Ruiford. were I K L. Crosby and] grandson] Ray \ ( illness with influenza.W. POWDER At-/-:S. Executor.hOT'K : "

town Sunday afternoon guests: Sunday of Mrs. Anderson's sis- I[ mond, spent Sunday in Jacksonville R. Wuliliup, of Jacksonville, of been use of ita pftrity-IMCIIIIHOit - - '

Mrs A. D. Andrews Mrs. \V. I. ter Mrs. D.I B. Browning I''I I Mr. and Mrs. J, E. demons are th."Idl'u" I'miting Co., spent se-v alwny atve.Isis ICU a mid is All |n':ron TO. Indibleil KIITOHS to Aht'dl thn!I i>..taif of('Mr.
Roberts, Homer Sams Phillip Roberts James Browning: spent Sunday in'|' spending this week in Jacksonville. erul I hours here lust week economic., ) m cunt mid tin." Iliiiter. \\t nn .Into of llradford County, r'lor*

Ada Roberts were visitors over in Baker Jacksonville the guest of his sister Mr. and Mrs. L. Johns! were visitorsnear 1)r..1.) M. Mann has opened up a lan.d.nts Ca/um.t contain* nai*. only 6..n mtttna ar I doom Ida, Ir.nL forthwith are and nuivted all tn pay their add

county Sunday afternoon. Mrs Walter Valencia. I New River Sunday. j I I first class ding, stoop on Main utieet food proud AutAorI ic.atly, by 5h. U. $. .".h... mild vMnte Khali. |K>file roim the claim. duly .../
Prof. Roberts of Lake 'I Iin the *** authenticated with the undomiirncd. .admini .
Mr. formerly
wasa and Mrs. occupied
V. Crawford of Mac- Mrs J. C Cone and children visitednear You aav whan you Site If. tiftti ,. ,Ititi) .our from dale .
year hereof or
visitor here Sunday afternoon. clenny, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Peeples] of Worthington Sunday ])1'. II. p. Wilson, and is ready to serve ,yore mmv When you .*, Jf tin.y will In forever liarred. '"'t .!

W. I. Roberts spent the week-end Bartow! and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie I Marvin Hazen has been on the sick the public., L IClU STotuvarv a 1'hi* K7th tiny or ehruary., 11)20. t

here with his family. '' Parmentcr, of Jacksonville, are here I list for a few days but is able to beat Mr. and Mrs. H, Blake spent Tues I **' nwfU.Ptll 2T-HI-4-2II.. A. M. WILLIAMS Admlnlatrator.NOTICE . 1 v

W. W. Rice left Friday to take for a few days visit with their parents school] again: day in Jacksonville.

charge: of a convict camp near O'ala.1 Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Math. G. H. Kelly, of Gainesville! was in lien ]Fe-inlicrg. of Gainesville, spent Fall PIUIIICATION
Loca Lee Cason spent the week end 1 Louis II. Hill Saturday transuding business here Iii'l of Lawtey was a bus. town last week. Mr. Kelly is agent: at C.alneavllle Fla
here with her parents, Mr and Mrs. mess visitor! here Monday. for the Edison.Mesdames Ervln Sliullor recruiting officer of I Febniary, 14, I1>?0.Notice .
D. C. Cason. Miss Debbie Jacksonville, spent the week-end in I. vlvrn that Joel I'. IViwI- I '
I Phillips entertained the P. M. Barefoot and L. A. Inn of Lake 11.,10'". 1 Florida who on Pecem. I I Ihers
Markilee Johnson of Lawtey spent Junior girls: of the Woodlawn singing Brown were attending to business! in our town. . .21, I ft It. made! llomnitead Rntry, No. .
the week-end here with relatives and class with social R. M. Price was a guest of Mrs J>. .t Half. of Northeast. Ouarter.
a Alachua
Saturday afternoon
Tuesday. +rr.r .
fieitlon I. 'Jowiuiliiii < Smith, Ran" 20 Fast.
friends. from 2:30 until 5. Games and music Mrs. F, Colson of Pine Hill was in F. Floyd Tuesday. Talluliamee Meridian, I baa filed tuitlre of In.
Marvin Ritch and Beulah Manningwere Wednesday of last week. Bob An- tentlon. tn make three year proof to eetabllxn
were enjoyed until 4:30 when
: all our town
were shopping Saturday morning. claim In the land AI.... dmcrllwd liefore the
visitors near Starke during the called into the dining room by Mrs.\ of Brooker bought the stock of Clerk of the Circuit: Court at Stark. Florida, '
week. Phillips where cake and peaches goods owned by Strickland & Ball and un the 211th day of March.. 1020.

Nelvy Johns is spending a few days served. Just before the close of were the SAMPSON CITY : is transacting business in the name Claimant M.' L. Crew name, of a Lake* wltnnaeet Itutler, Florida.R .

here with location. His (L r......, of l.h Florida.
his parents Mr. and Mrs. social hour the family moved here this Stutter
party adjourned to the .
J.... Camm. of Lake Stutter Florida.J. .
Sampson City March 26 Rev. Williams into
Johns. week the
I front yard where a kodak picture was cottage recently vacated II. ritta of Lake Kntler. Florida.
taken of the children. Those of Starke, filled his regular] appointment by Willie Williams. ROUT. W. UAVIR.
present I.I I.\
.17111. .R. ...___ u,____ T _,_ roL ...__ _ Um" here Saturday and Sunday.. Willie' William. _nnj___ .fmmllo.._... linu.._ I / 20 bl. PURLWATIONa #..
----- weic --------- n ORDER FOR
moons uuiOfmmiyo ana i *j uv
Mrs. Essie Manning of Manning, moved In the room over the barber
Norman Morine Lillian and Juanita
Miller March 26-11. S. Miller spent Browning Beatrice, and Margaret spent the week-end here with rela shop. In Circuit. Court Bute of "orl.... Klktk
tine Judicial Circuit. Bradford County, In Chas.Mry. .
the week-end at St. Augustine with Phillips!, Edna and Ruby Browning. B. Y. P. U. met Sunday evening at .

his sister Mrs. Mamie Mathenson. These girls] will give a short programat Mrs. R. Burrows and son, Willie 6:30 and was well attended An interesting relatives in South Florida returnedto 111 J. JOHNSON

Miss Estellr) Rosenberg of Lake Heilbronn church on the second Clyde spent the week with relatives. program was rendered. her home Friday.B. Complainant.w I

Butler spent the week-end with Miss Sunday in April. Among those visiting here this week Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, of New River J. Johns and family returned DRLILA JOHNfiON.Defendant. .

Carrie Belle Brown. Mrs. E. J. Hill and children were From Graham were Misses Onie and were transacting business in town from a fishing expedition the other It appearlnr. by. affidavit appended to the ,

N. H. Stokes made a business trip visitors here Sunday. Bunie Graves Messrs. T. E. Oldham, Saturday. day bringing: with them 26 nice fish. i bill filed In the above-ataled ...... that PelllaJohnen. !l

to Lake Butler Monday. Murphy Price and Frank Reynolds. Mrs. Rumple of I.ulu. spent Friday Mr. and Mrs. F.' E. Henry have returned the defendant therein named lenonrealdent '1
of the Alain of Florida, anil .5.I
Mr. and Mrs. John Mott spent the Lynk Williams made a business. tripto with Mrs C. F. Rivers.! t from Lake Wales, where they I I. a reeldrnt of town of Bocklnrham. County

week-end with the latter's parents BROOKER Starke Tuesday. T. H. Rimes of Worthington wan have been spending several days, of Bacon, Slate of Oeorwla, over the a*. oftwentyone
Mr. C. A. Smith of Clayno transacting in Mrs W. P. Birt and year I It I I. therefore ordered that
and Mrs. Roland Thomas. was town Friday. children were aid defendant .be and I* hereby
Eugene Douglass was a business Brooker March 26.-Miss Ina business here Monday and Miss Clara Stewart spent Monday the guests uf her mother Mm. It. M. reiiulred to appear to the bill of complaint
visitor Strickland spent a few days of last Tuesday. in Jacksonville. Nimmo this week.Dr. Bled, In add eue. on or before Mnnd., the
to Lake Butler Monday. I 1th day of April. A n 120 otherwlae l the al.leyatinn .
Miss Mona Alderman of Lake Butler week in Starke shopping. While in Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Bals- John Smith spent Tuesday In Jack W. E. Middleton, uf Starke, was of said bill will .be taken aa eonfee*.

spent the week-end with Miss Ma Starke she was the guest of her cousin den were business visitors here Mon. sonvllle. a professional visitor to Hampton on .45 It by la oald further defendant.ordered. that (ill. order b* pub. ,

bel Brown. Hazel Warren. day.Curt J. Bryant Dowling:, of Starke spent Monday. 'lulled once a week. for five eolineeutlve w_h.

Seeber Stoke. was a business visitor N. T. Ritch of Starke spent a few flees and sister, Mrs J. Kite Tuesday In our midst. Revs N. T. King, left Tuesday for ''In per the ptibllMhed Bradford. In County ald, Bounty Teli'urai.h.and. atate.Th'a An.. .."..

to Lake Ilutler Saturday days here ]looking after business in- were visitors here Thursday. Mrs. Mitch Markec is suffering froma Green Cove Springs where ho will March R, 192n. S

Mrs. W. M. Thomas and children, terests. Mrs. Thomas, of New River was severe cold. upend several weeks. W. T. WEF.KH.SEAL .
( Circuit
) Clerk Court.By
of Sycamore Farm spent the weekend Mrs. Shirley spent part of the week the guest of her son, Jesse Thomas Mr. and Mrs. II. Long and ]little son R. M. Williams!, who has been attending C. A. KNIonT.

with her parents Mr. and Mrs. I. with her daughter Mrs. Sapp of New Sunday. of Five Mile were business visitorsto school in Jacksonville is vis. A. 7 AflKINR. ftepulyRollcltor I"1.r'
E. Thomas. River. A. L. Anderson is visiting relativesin town Tuesday cling: his parents this week. for Complainant. II n-BI-4-I

Olson Thomas made a trip to Lake 1 Fred Hazen and Dr. Russell were Lulu] Mrs. P. P. Dekle and sons, Kirke Mrs H. I"'. ClieMHcr Is attending to HPFCIAI. MAHTKB'H MALE r

Butler Saturday. prominent visitors to Starke Friday Miss Edith Sloan is spending: the and Julian of Five Mile spent Saturday business in Jacksonville thin week. Notice' I In hereby. .siren that under and !.*

John Padgett{ and Walter Knight, of afternoon. week in Graham with relatives andfrit.nds. with Rev and Mrs. S. S. Proctor. Mrs. I' B. Hunt and mother Mrs! vlrnod S .entered 1 of a In final a certain 4."...* cal of".foreclonure. pendlnir. In made the +

Lake Butler, attended church here on Mrs. E. J. Ward is visiting relativesin : A, E. Proctor spent Wednesday in O. Hay lien!, have returned" from a visit Circuit Court of llradford ()V>unty.. ,.lu..I., on
I Mrs. II. B. Broughton was the guestof Sapp. the Chancery, nlde of aald court, made and
Saturday night.J. Tampa for a few days. to Winter Haven, where they have entered on the, ?nth day of ,"..I.TII""",. A. OIfV.'n. ,
C. Ward of Providence was a II. R. and L. A. Brown were business her sister Mrs. W. II. Sloan Monday Rev. W. C. Armstrong delivered an been the guests' of Mrs. Hay lies'" son, : wu-reln <'i' said Emma Rlrhard la com.plalnaxt .

business visitor here Tuesday visitors to Starke Saturday afternoon : afternoon. able sermon at the Baptist church on, Mr. 11. lluyncH, for the past, week. and .I f.:. Conway and llarbara Conway -
(ire rie'endnnt. the undenlirned MiieelalMilKler
York Malphurs and Miss Joyce Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyiil. of Palat- Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. They report a pleasant,) visit w II Hell before the Court lloune Pony

attended church here Sunday. E. B. Andreu Sr., spent Saturdayin ka, are visiting relatives here for a T. J. Deklojs ill at this writing and Miss Eva Williams was a visitor to of. llradford. County. ., IliA''''. .Flnrlda on .
the Rib' tine of April. A. l>. 1V7D between
Albert Miller attended church at Alaehua with his son, E. B. Andreu few days we hope him an rally recovery Stoikn Sunday. i the .liTnl bourn. of Hale In the hl"hr.tI

Worthington Springs Sunday morning Jr. Mrs. A. V. Varnes and daughter: Mrs. W. II. Bclhcn and children of W. ('. 1 Pollard, teleginph operator, and lMt bidder. for rash the, followlne de.crllwd .

and visited in Alachua in the afternoon Hazel Warren spent the week-end Mrs. J. Varnes, spent the week-end in Perry, are guests of her parents, Mr. is upending, this week at Archer His I .county. of real I llrmlfi.rd eelate., iiltunt and. .Plate.d sad of l lln P'lorlila In, the to.

here with her parents. Palatka.] and Mrs. T. J. ]Dekle, having. been placed IH tilled by Miss| poker wit ,

--- Jesse Shirley, of Jacksonville spent Hogan Smith was; transacting business called on account of her father's ill A. A. McDonald, who linn' been attending of The Taut Half of the Norlheaul Quarter
North.etuartrr of Section n. In
WATER MILL Sunday here with his parents. i In Starke Saturday.Mr. ness.Preston to I business in South Florida Towne.h'11' '' A Roiilh. Ilnnue 22 Fact: contalnln

Mesdames I. W. PinholHter and PI and Mrs. A. K. Smith spent Williams of New River, is spending a few days with his family Twenty aeree, more or left* 1

Water Mill March 2fi.-Kev. Woods S. Colson were in Starke shopping: : Sunday in Hawthorne with the for.mer's motored to Lake Butler Thursday. here this week. A. V LONG, K. M.Hpeclal JOHNS' Manter.Rolleltor .,

filled his regular appointment at De- during the week I parents, Mr. and Mrs.! R. H. morning .. for Cnmtilnlnant. NRnt42flPFCIAI.

dan Saturday and Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. W, II. demons of i Smith. D. W. liorum, is able to lie out after Niles Cured In 6 to 14 Day .--
Mr. Jernigan: of Clayno was a but- a severe illness. I MAHTFU'H KAI f.: 'P
refund' If PAlO OINTMKNTii : fHlliKKMiinlirliinn
Incas! visitor here Tuesday., I Mrs. Sarah Byrd of Pulatka, spent money'
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brown will givean tho weekend with W. C. Townsend ,limiHitliv,..tlul.'[ul Killnvcft>altar Hi Iti,.lilnu IKBI' I'll........."'and''''''D., yuu I'rlcnW rim. 'it'Pruilillin and entered In a certain, .a".. rtendlna. In theClretilt
egg: hunt Easter; Sunday Every and family.Dr. i Court of Itradford Ciiiifity. I'lorMu.. on
he Chancery nidi* of sid crvurt rand and
body has a cordial invitation. Hulley of Stetson University entered on the, till'" .t.,. of Pehniary. A. f>.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A .Driggers) : of arrived in Lake Butler Saturday uf I III?", wherein the aid F II. Lone la com.ttlalnant .

Alachua are visiting the ]later's parents ternoon and accompanied by Rev. S. You I*> More Work I Ss di'fendHntfi, .and, L the. f:tiodernltfneil; Ranp. et Hneeinl al. .pb,

Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal. I S. Proctor motored to the State Farm You are more ambitious and you Ret more I I Miter. wit veil liefore the Court II...... floor
J. A. J. McKinney was visiting : where ] enjoyment out tit everything when of llrndford Ciointy ptarke. Florida on Mon.dnv ;" ,
Hulley gave: an interesting your the, nth dny of Anrll. A. Dmn. .be.tween ..
fe friends here Sunday. I lecture ]iff left Sunday for Lake City blood Is In flood condition.: Impuriilus In the. heal hour* of .ale.' In the blrhet
M. Varnes wan a visitor to LakeButler I Mrs. Mandy Thomas Mr. Mrs. the blood have II very depressing| ) rfT.x'i (,II and fret bidder' for ...h. the fnllowlne de.erllied .
and .
the system causing weakness' laziness I n.1 entNte. filtimted and belnv In the
Tuesday afternoon. I'arrish and Mrs. Walker, of Five Mile n rvouHii ss and nkknms.CIROVtTS . county of prndfnrd. and Rtate of Florida to.
Mr. and Mrs.. B. M. visitors wit :
Kelly were were transacting business in Luke TASItiLI'SS I
Chill TUNIC fine acre In corner of Klnireley Avenue anif
THE: UNIVERSAL::::: CAR to Starke Saturday.Mr. Butler Tuesday restores Energy end Vitality l Iy Purifyingand I Rtarke ICoad In awtey, raid, County and 4tate.
and Mrs W. Watts of Hrookrr, Miss Alberta Sidling spent th tl." Ulooil. When you fuel i .Iv'nv...' and holnv In f4ee. 21. Township, tilti. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. week-end with humefolks at Providence. elit.uengltieuing, Invigorating effect .<." dweltlnir" llanve.Ion"... 22 and, .tnvether hitlldlna1 with thereon the

The Ford Coupe with an electric self-start' ig : Sloan Monday evening how It brings! culor, to the. cheeks and how and the Mock end' fixture now 'In or here. .

and lighting system is one of the most popular > The McCords "somewhat different" It Improves the appetite" you will than after to tie idneeit In said hens building
ap|>r clate(: Its trua tonic valufl.JIOVI.'S !. Al.n cnmmenclnir on the Wroth line of See.ti.e .
members of the Ford Family. It is n permanently /IFP will entertain the people of Lake But'her 7*, where It crosses the. Reahnnrd Air
enclosed with ) at the school ( TASTI-LI-SS Chill 'IONIC I Ine "' tlw.v/ Trai'k In Townah'n' S South
car, sliding plate glass Zitf., auditorium April Oth I is not a patent in,,liclne, It I I" simply foam y'Jt Fn"t: furl run. .North, on .ald Kail.way ,
windows-an open car with plenty of shade. March 20.-Rev. J. W. Woods at 7'iO: and the Woman's Club link IRON and QUININE:: aU8lJeud"d l In Syrup I track Ills feet thence at rlvbt anvle* :

Then in inclement weather enclosed and cozy, filled his regular appointment at Da- that everybody come arid bring a I So pleasant\ even clilUlrvn like It. 'I /tic! 'n fit Mid to ftallwav a FKilnl truck of ...."Fan...nln.and. From Mouth .inn al,l .

dust-proof and rain-proof. Just the car for d: 91 nflny. friend, to help make the attraction a blood needs Quinine to Purify It and IRON Milnt of iMMrlnnlne, run Wroth and Went or .
traveling salesmen architects Mrs J. B. Thomas and daughter, HUCCPSS. Admission 50 ami 21"/ cents 1 to Enrii li it. These reliable tonic pro >- Parallel with. iinld Tta'lway' track ?nt" fast t. r..
physicians, con Lomb spent the weekend at LaCrossc The Woman's ertU never fall to drive out Impurities In thence Fiiiit and Such or at rinht. ana-lea to
builders and for Missionary Society I old Itallway traek 2fln fee. : thence Vorth
tractors a regular family car the brad
with her, daughter Mrs. W. 11. met in regular session, Mrs. A. C and Font or parallel with nld railway track '
two. Demountable rims with 3'u-heft tires all Shaw. Strickland j The Strength! -CreatingPowcer of (,ROVE van. ,nor then./. "'/*.' end ..",.>h or ?. rlehtanrlr
around. To women it brings the convenienceand presiding, ;' TAS1r.Lhi ChilI TONIC bus made It . to odd' flnllway rank. IflO feet, to thepoint ,
Mrs. Steve
Polk and 1
and son, Edd Lake Butler Chapter met Tuesday the favorite tonic In thoiisanil of |homer of lietflnnlnttAl .
comforts of the electric with the durability daughter Mattie of Itch spent the evening at the Masonic hall. 1 I More than ""n eommenrlnif' at the "RW' Coener of II....
thirty-five year ago, folk- 2$. Township' R "' .
Routh. of R ne. 22 Pact: and
and economy of the Ford car. It'.rlyorders will week-end here with her daughter Mrs. Misses Cora and Etta Spires spent would ride a long distance to get GROVE; a run North on Hectlon I ... 4211 fei't to a riolnt, t"l,
oVbid long delays in delivery. L. A. Fowler the week-end with their parents at TASTELESS Chill TONIC "when" i, of rlnnlna thenne Fat: fllO feet thenae "
Little Fred Shaw, of LaCrosse i in Midway. member of their family had Malaria or 'North 240 fei't. thi-nee West flflO feet thenceoiilh '.' -gyp
on flection line 240 feet to the of .
spending this week with his grandparents : ----.-- ....-- needed a bodx-hulldmg" mreniith-glvinii lietrlnnlna1.Aluo paint .
The Ford Garage Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thomas IIAMPTO.V tonic. ,1he formula Is Just the same to. the Northweet Ouarter of the Routh.
day and you (run: get It from any rirjytore. .1 Quarter and the Fact Half of the North
j Avy Starling] attended church at COc per l birttlo. went Quarter of the Northweat Quarter of the

A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON Dedan Sunday. Hampton March 2ft.; -Mrs. T. J. rlottthwriit the, Went Ouarter, Half of of the the Knuthwent Northweet Ouarter.and .

I Sam Mott and sister Mrs. Rosa Eel Durden and daughter Mrs. II. }o'. Che of Si,. RouthweHt, Quarter of the Roulhweat Ouarter'

ly, were called to the bedside of their sees returned to their homes here KILLS RATS Quarter Knnve of flection. 25, Township I Houth,
22 RantAlwo
mother Mrs. Caleb Mott, of Hague, Saturday after having spent several I I commencing at the RW Corner of Sec

Sunday on account of her serious ill weeks with friends and relatives 1 in and mile that's RAT-SNAP, the old tion 24, Tnwnflhip I Routh Hanire 22 r'aiit: ,
.. and run North on Ruction line 4'jn feet to
ness. .
Tampa. reliable rodent d( try'r. Comes i of lierlnn'nir, thence Went tlnn feet t
Rhoda and Alva Thomas attendedchurch Minn Ethel Hunt returned to her cakeno mix inwith/ other foodYour nthen.. .. North 240 fact Ih....... Itun feel '

at Dodun Sunday home Monday after a short visit with money back if it fails. IMiint thence of Routh hefflnnlntf.Alito on Section. line 94V feet to the

e'wGiraSMMar:. Rhoda Lomie and Alva Thomas at- her sister Mrs. Sasser of Vald"sta, 2fic size (1 rake ) enough for Pantry the. Northeaat, QUHrter of the Routh*
+f.ari tended the peanut popping at TeddiLewis' e Kitchen Cellar. cant Quarter of the "'''.,h..t Quarter and
Ga.Mr. the .:..1 Half of the Norlheant Quarter of the
Friday night. Baker of Lake Geneva, wan a COc size: ", 2 cakes) for Chicken RoutheaHt Quarter of Heellun 27. Towniitilp S

D. D. Thomas is spending this week visitor here Sunday. House, Coops or Small Buildings.: Houth,or hear 1_. 22 taat: and eitntulnln. ; f4 arrtamore

at Bell. Mr*. Sullivan who has been spending $1.00 size (S cakes) enough for all 1 R.: M JOHNS.
The farmers of this section are busy several months with friends and farm und outbuildings storage build A, V. KONG Special Ma. ter.
Solicitor fur C..mi>lalnant. 8-B-61 4.3

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i J with their own -ryes what- this--section-j idea that greedy wolves were licking I Political Announcements ,

AG radfprd County Telegraph has to offer, we have no doubt that their chops In the hope ft fastening

. r: J ____ many of them will cast their lot with their fangs in our throat never entered FOR, MATE SENATORI & for thinth .
cundidntv fur StaU 'Cutor
\ ; .' .... ., us. The best way to bring them here I our mind We should 'learn a lesson am I Hut a He I. and will pprwlntc.. the support..
f bf'd ".ikIy.. ndnt red lI" .e.I
German propaganda and of f..llowrltbtflS.
is to have an up-to-date hotel where from the at the commit primary my COMING'\\
: IHI mutter at the nont-oflic et they can br accommodated in a way renumber that "eternal vigilance Is _

'i !Slarkc. Florida. they have been used to. Florida win. j I the price of liberty." FOR ".PREIf.STAT"'E-ROHP! candidate OP-for
I hrn-by announce that I am a
,t I I I'' ter tourists will upend! |10 upward per I R4'prr*.'riifitive. In Iht Ixvlftlntum. Group No. 1. \

; ; _ [;ATTIIESVS Editor and Owner.'full" day if they can get the accommodationthey | LONG=" I1HIOGK I at I reupcctfully the' coming solicit primary the election.tunnnrt of the voters

want, but where it can not be had JOHN J. ULACKWELPEU.Tlili .

t .1. ; "' moon in t naturally, th<.I they In will these no days stop of at automobiles all. scenery I .Long Howling/ Bridge and, March I'icrce 26.Crews-Messrs.made J.P. a. |I county thiit will. I announce am a rsn.itete-to)-the fur c 111 tons Kepr of.unt-the March 29th to April 3rd

'I rier'n de-light. in the immediate vicinity of a hotel business trip to Lake Butler Satur- I tive In Group ], I rtiinectfully' volicit, the .u""-

I is not necessary as long as it can ,| day. I//.t.fif-ld the In Jun.voU'rn. tit the('II democratic AI!. II.' REGISTER primary to .

Lbe a 100-per( cent American has I IK- had within a few miles. We have.i I Most of the farmers of Long Bridge THE

I ,j IA. c< I thought sufficient. Hut the profliljtoer tho most lovely scenery within easy section arc planting this week and I rOn,!ty KFFKEeFVTATIVE, announce rnvrclf a
aspires to be a 800-pt-r) rent with boating and fishing, so we '' would be glad if Mr Lark would stay Croup Two for nom'nation' for the office! of ,

Jg American. 11''h. be discouraged on that score. !i away about three or four months. I. lu-prtttrntatlvc in the rirfolature from Hrad I

I 4 : ;I Insc 11. _-_ _ _ __ _ Theme l Is plenty of money in Slarkc. j The Long Bridge school closed the the ford mncratie County 1 Florida l Primary uhjict to be to h.the Id June net Ion sIb of I

ij L'i An in impoHRible to endorse the prestwcert Why not form a Block company for 17th of this month. and a large crowd f20 I repfHlfuHy aohcit the aupport of ALL I LEECOOKESTOCK
I I Ih'mftcratlc votn and. if elected prom In e
t f I without c-ndominR the lenprue; the erection of a modern hotel, sur- was out during the day. Dinner was faithful and coruclenttouii uprvir.*.

V and tj to t'ndorxo the Vague is nuiclfle.byjronson .- rounded by pretty lawns and trees? I' spread' on the ground and everybody rvERirrr M. JOHNS_
would stock are II enjoyed themselves. After two hours
Timeg-Democrut. As all those who buy
in business here, they would profit noon all went into the school house am a candidate for county Judge. of Rrad
Fil i \. J the artlcle I and a nice enjoyed. The recitations ford county and hereby. announce. my candidacy .
.. I I *'If,. ( That politician In Klaxlmmeetient \ ",1'0t ) i from the beginning through program in tho coming primary June R, lll"!* !>.
k : Editor Harris teccntly hiuddrexgoB | \ sold! to the builders and Stniko , songs and dialogues were Having. Hvrd in the Bounty all of my life and
"' rr up got I 1 stores and Starke workmen' would well rendered. We hope to have Mrs. ', Herved It in a public, wny for several yt-ani. J CO.r
i 1// mixed lie wan trying togo i !1 I f">1 thai 1 cnn fficlently perform the riiitie, I
to TallahaftBeo when hili I profit from sales and employment all H. A. Harper for our teacher next ''of acid nffiti. I aolirll the support. of all1
propeldetInaUon I along., (iuchtB from the North could<1 term. '!I nVmocrMic voter* and if elected pmmifti fnfthful .
Jluiford. Willlnton: .
wax and connclcntioua nen-let. R. A. GREEN.I
\ | not fail falling in love with our splendid Besides those exercises interesting II i
I t I ..nnoun..r.;;; ; .
climate and many other advantages speeches from school officers and patrons hrnhy enncllilnte for theoffice

w I r I' Those fearing that Wilhrlm Hohenlollern - I and they would invest in lands were made. J. B. Crews spoke I,, Florida nf and Omnty on account Judge of of my Bradford health County I will .

land stall rnterpiIsns that we could l freely on "Duties of Patrons to a Public not tie able to nuke an active campaign find
I is working to get lack on the I 'I i will\ irnatly api'rt-emte; any favnm, my frundi
: h German throne niiiy rout usuured that not get without outside assistance. I S'hool.and, Community which cnn give mo, I anltslt your support" tn th. I.
I Wild luridg around Stuikc are no j seemed to awaken new thought for June' primnrv.. Rrnnretfully. 1'.1.. OEKLTC.U ,
"". I I, he it not. He wanted to rule docile Popular
: ridiculously cheap till one wonders j I higher, education. The people of Long .R OP r
... L subjects not maniucH'., as late develnptnenti I CLERK TilE CIRCUIT COI'KT
tT in Germany have shown the 'how much longer the owners can afford Bridge community know how to do I hrrt-lty announce myxclf a candidate for
the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court tornr.dro.d
to pay taxes on them. A few of things right. j the .
: people there 1o be. county uihjert to action of thovotcm
" 4 our .monh'd men quietly buy UI the I Mrs. Ivu Sprinkle visited our school j' at the cntninir. primary, June 8th. I npprerinte -
farms of those who hunt Wednesday and spent the day. the dutirH of thin important office, Plays
Tho irony of fate decreed, thnt about; move away to tmt feil that I am qtmliflod to diHchorire them.
I the only execution the German for "Ihe end of thc rainbow." Land !I Hugh: Turner milda business trip Ilnvlnir nerved the, ,public before, the voter a...
once proud
, I Ito to Lake Butler Saturday. well nble to judim e. to my fltne. for the office .
is worth unless j
nothing men
navy was to make since, the beginning are I and If th..,. choose to elect me, I promt
.. of the war td bo on German improve It. und it seem that the I Ilanded Mrs. Secbcr King and Mrs. James faithful and eTlck( -nt at'rvice. Your fuippnrt ,
visited la renpectfully. aohcitvd. O. W. ALDEUM\N,
r than others Long Bridge Wednesday.The .
ftiibjectd. Last week a German cruiner'Knot men more any
Ii: ..t. into Klr-U", killing 400 and wound. should exeit thi'mnrlves to got settlers people of Long Bridge are enjoying In making thin. my announcement for Clerk Properly
for of the Circuit Court of Bradford County I
here. fishing! pike at McKinney's
. In" more, beni lo deRtroying .
many rcHprrtrully aolicit the aupport of the people,
I" Irauch property. This section l lit one of the strawberry branch this month.Everybody aubject to the action of the Drmnrrntie primary i

' //il. I .. _ _ _ _ centers of the state yet the plantings invited to Long Bridge H. C. RICHARD.

.- A story from Seville U to the efFect with few exceptions are mere Sunday school every Sunday evening. SUPERINTENDENT OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Presented

:'1 : \ Hawaiian music ruuHos chirks to'' little patches. Cabbuge Irish potatoes Honor Roll Fifth Month Long Bridge: To the Democratic Voters of Bradford County I 1ii

. tch fast. We ulno hear cockroachesme onions .beans, sweet corn grow School I take this method of announcing myself a

1"' .') .-. locnliticB are dunciiig the I here ot perfection but if a man ships First Grade-J. E. Crews Joe Smith candidate Intendent for of reliction Public Instruction to the office of of Bradford Super

f. J-..: fshfrnmio.. And next perhaps we will a few crates at a time he considers Third Grade-Emory Johns Pledg County aubjeet to the rnlea of the Democratic
'" 'jl th.'r of the cockroach of the cake walk he does well enough. Sweet potatoesis er Johns. primary on Jun. fith. If elected I pmmlse the.

J eLand Record. Nothing more ex- a sure and profitable crop here and Fourth Grade-Evelyn Smith. same. In courteous th* pant.and painstaking B. R.arvlce POPFELI rendered .. LITTLE MARY
the market is unlimited Fifth Grade-Graf ton Adkins Clarence
clUng than a burglary hUll followed yet they are I
'A!o upon the advent of Hawaiian mimic in !grown only in sm patches\ !, ,seldom Adkins, Amelia Harper Maude I hereby POR announce TAX COLLECTOR myself a candidate for 6 year of age

";: t"- Starke.Ixi exceeding five acres, more often being Crews, Gladys Crews Charles Smith. the: office of Tax Collector: of Bradford County, I

,"- \ I : I _ _ _ _ lens than Seventh Grade-Frank Merritt .Ma aubject to the democratic primary to be held
_ _ _ _ one acre. Why not have Jun. B, 1920. I promise If elected to fflve. the A I
; the women vote ? Heavens farms'instead of patches? Why not bel Crwes Grace ,Welch Winnie Ca- I office, my time and the people my .....1.... repertoire of high class attractions
son Leona I My time as an officer stand u an open book
ship carload lots instead of few Moody.
yes. If we don't let them they are a for the Inapectfon of the people of this county
:" likely to start something. Women are crates or hampers at a time and I ask you all for jour support. Respect with
fully submitted. B. M. DOW LING.F vaudeville between the
The is that NOTICE
now (staging prize fights in church reason so many of ourfsrmerpbegan acts

: :' :: hall' In Kansas and partly, responsibly with little or no means take this method of announcing to the cit

t I 1" : for the advance in the price of cigarettes and camlet do better. While the com.Inllr There will be a working at Elzey date terns for of the Bradford office of County county that tax I collector am a candi sub-

!'{, by learning to smoke. Why oj J>oor settlers should not be discouraged Chapel cemetery Friday April 2nd. ject to the will of the voter* at the coming OPENING PLAY

I :" shouldn't they vote?-Jacksonville ( we will never amount tomuchaa Everybody come who are interested. 8 democratic. 1920. and primary rcawetfully election refer to you be to held Jun. ,
my record
I f' Tim s>Union. If smoking becomeshr exporters before we !get men Bring dinner and be prepared to spend as deputy tax collector the past" season. "THE WHIRLPOOOL"
\ comwbrl) the with capital to take hold of farming the day. My promise! to the people Is this" If you
among women
mere man elect me I will faithfully discharge the dutlea Ii'
i\- is assured of his smoke also. Tobacco operations here. And they will come of the office to the beat of my ability with 'I

; .1" was the next on the W. C. T. U. list ''have"if'we make it known to them that we U. I). C. GIVES SUPPER TONIGHT predate prompt. courteous your vote.treatment W.all.HAYES.I will ap- A 4 act Western comedy drama

Jr: ,. to be abolished. something worth coming for. -

':: ,Tt I iQt, I Letins "put our house in order" no The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., ty T that wish I to am say a candidate to the voters for of the Bradford office of coun Tax I -

': ; : '\ jWe have received the first number 'that we can entertain them properly will give a chicken pilau supper tonight Collector. and I respectfully aolicit your

,' E4 of The Light issued by the boys of then by judicious advertising invite (Friday) in the Futch building. I port Respectfully at the conning primary,J.June E. *th. This company comes direct from a

''I' thp Industrial School Marianna. It them to come. We Ret nothing by The supper will begin at 6 o' .UP.I

\ tells about the industries carried on sitting still. The race In this case is enable those desiring/ to attend the Democratic I take thla method, of announcing tn i six-weeks stock engagement at the
voters of Bradford
: ria\ atl the school and other interesting to the swift. picture show to do so. Supper. 50c. nm a candidate for the office of county Tax, Collector. |
t matter of 11 promise If elected to discharge' the duties of ( Union Theatre
news the happenings there I the office to the .bent of my ability always giv '| Key West Fla. andis
L If ri 1'' and articles intended for the Improve. "COME INTO MY lITTLE J I'AICLOIC'Aie log It all my "personal attenOon.1RY, I I ,
i' ment of the boys. For spreading PeptoManganFor G. SAP!'. I
a attraction.
' ..... "IJirrit"' in
; the durk places nothing can I we Americans really as Uar- FOR TAX ASSESSOR I
In1! better I am a candidate. for re-election to
than the office
I a newspaper devotedthereto num used to
, say a nation with its of County Assessor of Taxes and will greatly. .
? and we have no doubt but mouth wide open ready to swallowany appreciate. the support of the vo..... In the ...

what tho paper' will accomplish much humbug that is ofFered us? Thin coming. primary election.N... D.
1- good. The subBcrpition price is BO trait seems. to be generally believed in Spring Fever"

11 cents a year If you wish to help the by propagandists' Helldthe German I hereby> FOR SHERIFF

boys, subscribe! for their little paper. propagandists' who arc not yet made ......leellon to a000urmyarlf the office of Sheriff a candidate of Itradford for
county. If re-elected I will. .. in the pant. Tuesday
harmless have
we the "",111. the I. SPRING spare no pains tn the full dlncharire
& DAYS of
ARE all the
All Florida is proud of Jacksonville. 'v. 'v., the labor unions, the medical TREACHEROUS duties of the office. and I earnestly solicit the
,t, The metropolis i is a conpendlum of unions etc., each< trying to fasten -GEItMS DON'T DISAP- Hupport H..trullv.,, of the yot,... nt the enduing primary
wt : Florida. There you cnn see what their dogmas on us for the sake ofl'i'r TEAR: WITH THE COLD Wednesday -
?! I Florida can produce. All the beautiful and profit.Among \ I WEATHER I FOR SUPERVISOR OP REGISTRATION
, ,'fr I1 and curious objects for which the the latest propaganda(! is .>ctinn to the announce, office of mY.,1f Supcrvinnr a candidate of 'Rofflstrntfon for reel .-
state Is known cnn be seen there. TheyounA' that for for Itradfnrd' county. I "
't the riwnectfully soil
recognition of AND;
t& I-'loridian the Irish IIIOIS\ SLUGGISH;! WEAK: cit tho support of tho totrrs at the tn.itini' Thursday
who has never seen I lepuldic. Well recogni/Jng that thiseounmtmy primary and If Mictl' I "will nil in the j n.t.
,, an alligator or a rattlesnake ran find for obvious! i lUchmir th* dutU* of the usher with ""''U"'r" _
reasons DON'T=" and ,
F cM' them in Ju k o"'ille.) In Hradfonl. be on good terms with England TAhE CHANCES IP( YOU rmirtty C. A. KNI'lllT.FOR .

.', county we have no wild cabbage palms thin propaganda i ig very insidious and I FEEL HAl ENRICH=" YOUR I hereby COUNTY! COMMISSIONER) !.... .DIST. No. I I Friday ,

n -. and many a young man or woman, sees aims I to cielite suspicion against Eng 111,001) WITH PEI'TOMANGAN .rlt..ll..n nm announce County my CommiiwInner? a candidate for for! _

these trees for the (first titno in "tho land. Of its well written literature I =" rIot No. I. subject, to the net ion of the 01..1
city." On !Main street from" the waterworks which. reaches ocrntic primary I respectfully solicit the ." Saturday
us occasionally, N port of the vnterw at said primary.O.. .
north am rows of palms for "America First" in which it is at I There is II emit; deal of serious sickness V. 1'1

many blocks and these trees have tempted, to show that ICugland in the Spring, I hereby announce mynclf ______
a cnndidnto' f.
been admiral by nil who saw them, ports a propaganda, system in the I And tim,, office' of County C'mmiua'on&-r' for Pintrtct
it is
giving the tourist from, easy to see "hy. Long No I. rnU'Mlne and Providence. If eN-rted! 6 NIGHTS
I the North tho United States F
and aims will
to make prof weeks .pent up indoors too little faithfully diHcharwe the duties of the a!.
first taste of the tropics. But recently itable use of the present, movement for I cise and fresh ext'r-j lie,, to tho beat of my ability 1

4. the city council pot into its heud Americanizing aliens. The Irish have air winter H H. WILMAMfl.. _. I __ _
entirely over with a generally lowered -
that for Home ""IIHon. not easy to explain for centuries studied English politics FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DlgT. No. I
vitality. Blood weak
those .beautiful and I and slug I hereby announce myself a candidate
costly trees re
every angle and l
, .r kept a watchfuleye gish. Then come fine Spring days- election an Comminnfoner for D strict No.2. JOE SCARS
should! bo removed. Much ilissatixfacilon on results I..k.lutl..r and vVnrthinirtnn. .
and the \ During
; as charges I that my Incumhrncy "The
1 over this proposal made not as warm as they seem; of the office, I have endeavored Whirlpool" "Sins of
was expressedand in the to Society
the pamphlet can probably be I or sudden changes in the weather and serve the people of the district. as wrll! .. the "Within .The
council reluctantly hud to It.tth substantiated, perhaps we ought to you haven't taken county at Isnr to the best of my ability and L aw r eo. Washington "
,' t trees alone. A plan is now being thank the Irish for opening ','s.1 I proper precau- If my. services have given .sntiHfartinn I will Jr. "The Law and the
our (' j[ lions. appr.c'ate the
) au >
|port of the Lady"
: proposed to make a paikway between After Lord Northcliffe had return- coming primary, C. ROBERTS.the "Sunbonnet Sue", will be played.

.. ) the trolley tracks, thereby making the I I ed home from the United Vigorous, red-blooded people don't
States in I hereby ; ; :
:' I street prettier than befoie. It in hoped 11117!> he was quoted! saying that he I often get nick. If you are not feeling County Cnmm announce science for myoelf District a candidate No.; 2. '( for ADMISSION 25 and 50c

: thin plan will be carried! out for the had $1.10,000,000) )() for and your best get Pepto-Mangan of your Hutler and Wiirthlnirtnn I pmmlHe If ....1"k"l.
::f. Mittxfuctlon of both the people of 10,000( propaganda druggist and take it to build up your that the I will endeavor to diitchHtire the) duties of
f' I agents in this country. The office to the brat of my nhilitv. GAIETY
Jucksonvi'le' imy ninny in other parts United States being 1 England's: only I blood. This effective and agreeable J. M. CONNER THEATRE
L of the .state. tonic has been tested fur over thirty ,
real rival in This STARKE
I trade I and the will
aim announce that F
I am a canilidnt
t. 4I... _* .- '- : years, and physicians everywhere.recommemid for County Cnmtnitwinner from .
' : "I nini. ruuiii.ry is, according to tile i it"for run-clown ; n Luke Itutlrr and Wnrthtntiton. District I No.2,
JOI.I.tlNT.! = JOHN lll'UL' pale and nwpertftilly
pamphlet to eel elt
, '.! ,,1 -- I'insidiously to work among! our people anemic people.. nt the .the.lun.volt's.tiHm..of.n..i,.the...l.._.._cftixcns..i.... u.of the.. *district...-..- .
create such n love andrespect .mn. p. n. """ ''''
The republican\ .senators.' The whole family' should 1 -- .
\ opposing for England: us to give more take Pop- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER' DIST. ----
"T:; \ "article 10" .f the peace treaty, are and mom concession to her until our to-Mangan Is good health insurance. This will announce that I am a candidate No. *

developing into musters of the 1 Eng firms are tied. The most potent med. ,I Besides, what a joy it is to feel reniMctfully for County CummiMiloner solicit the for District No. 8. I
support of
; lish language and 1 humorists of n highorder ium to be used is the schools and tho fit and fine--ready for anything I To at the primary fleet ion to he held In the June voters GENERAL INSURANCE

!1, i us witness the latest "tiubst! teachers. Text books III history have I have an abundance of energy and enthusiasm. S T. POWUNfl

1.j tute" for this unfortunate clause: I lieen and are being changed to favor FOR COUNTY COMMI4SIONFR: DIST. No. .11 HAROLD

It shall be the declared policy Kngland: aid di'private ourselves. It I IVpto-Maniran is for sale at your of I fountv ant a cnndidnte f mnlMion f|.,r re-vlcctinn for District to the oIT,. C. WALL

of this !government that the freedom I will, he seen to that children. of aliennin'ntamge I druggist's, and in both liquid or tablet "..,' .. 1 Hiring" my incumbency of the office No.4.\ I
I arid peace being. again threatened I have iMed mv bent rndvavors In behalf of the STARKE
who unlike the form. There is
children of no difference in dintrtat nod tho county and hope ......ord Is FLORIDA
by any power or combination American, parentage have never heard medicinal value. Take whichever ,alien. as to Insure the sunnrt' of th* voter* at
you FIRE
I of the United States England: the ensulnv. r'nnry.' J. M. HRO\\Nl.EF. LIFE BONDS
powers : ,
1 I unfavorably criticised and [ prefer. But *o make sure you !get the AUTOMOBILE
) will regard such a situation with ''herefore more amenable to false im. i genuine, ask for "ttude's Pepto-Man I b. tifby announc that I am a candidate for
'. ; grave concern iiini% will consider 11'\'IIIIinnR. County Commi.*loner fur District No. 4. Prom.
will be taught that our fore gan" and see that the name "Gude's" Itttn careful attention, to the duties I
I what if any action it will take in I 'athers were fuolil.hllt'htilll: for free Is on the pul'lmgt'-Adv. fice ff I nm elmU'l( I rranectfutly. solicit of the the of. .-
l the) premises. dom when 1 England: ur'ort of the votvm at the coming. primary .
for I
them rv-vlfction .. 1
no J. I,. UNOERH I a mcmbe of the
This 11.1. County
i' substitute besides meaning ausv, that tho two great English 1'he Rats Around My Place Werej Hoard of Pulille Instruction from Diatrict No. f I
1L ii:: : nothing, is a farce hardly 'peaking FOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER: DIST. I 2. I rmiiwtfullr solicit the vote of I
befittingwhat races should! be united: that ,j \Vise. Says John Tuthill. I I Ir.hy No. 8 lens of the County 111 the cltl- Could Depenq
.t ', has been called 'the I I'i '1 I announce mynlf a enndiHuie for th. ftt furtheomng primary. on Her, Anyway.
most digni England: is I "
roully tacitly a part of thisountry "Tried everything to kill them. Mixed office i'f County Cummins tuner for District No. 1'. M. PADGETT.: I I* Me, rollul.ler
fled deliberative! A nf Hmrlfurd. "Absolutely. You
body In the world. County, and ' I -
and thnt If
I. John Hull. who has vital should therefore have a poison with meal meat cheese) etc. elected twill...... the people of the dltrlnt' I hereby announce that I I cnn nloii's 4-iii'niI'' upon her being( Just
a interest in finger in urn a
our pin and that our chershiil -' Wouldn't and the ecnmty at larir to the ttrst of for member of the hoard .. candidate I 111 1 l-.ut ,ihli-lv I
touch it. Tried RAT-SNAP, my ahilitv. .f I'ubl In.truollo" minute I I I lute."-Life.
; the I
}-i r adoption of article 10. a*! oroglnal- constitution has to be resfte' efully aolfoit the support of the for Diiitrict No. 2. I promuie If I
. proven only inside of ten days got rid of all rats." voter at the vnauing primary. faithfully dicoharur. elected to
ly wr'jtlt'n. will that this is "ha I I the dtitln of
Bay a joke.There I You don't have to mix RATSNAPwith L W. PINirOLBTFFU SR. and ..... the county .t! lame to tha bent the office,

nother 'orrid Aamcrican 'oax." be may be little in this and there food. Saves fussing, and bother.. FOR MKMItPR: SCHOOL BOARD DIST. No. I I ability.primary election 1 mvoctrully In June.solicit J your. O vote at of tbo my I All NCI Wo" ntll J I" a Healthy Child

: I may a great deal. If the latter | Break a take of UAT-SNAP lay it 1 am a candidate for re-election as a member. .DEN N WON. hcTO!0aJhT> "'" with va"a have an.....
R' INVITING= TilE TOURIST then of lb. County Board of
"forewarned is Public Instruction indiceet..
p forearmed" and for theSJ peer blood. mad <
where a
rats scamper. You will Dl tret No I. If I FOR rule u
see no am re-elected MEMBER
:. :r r4J -, r we should nip the evil in the bud. We I more. Three sizes 25c, 60c $1. Sold I tinu tnv efforts) to serve the. bust Intenwtn will con of I am a candidate SCHOOL for BOARD DIST. No. 1 (;O"J'S!: TA.STEJ.Ess rote. o. chili lea. '10l'llC.tornach d__
If we can succeed in enticing have been the county. member of the for two given ytmuijelY
men L.
no inflated with the C. POWELLFOR Hoard County or three
contemplation of Wocll.
and' Public will .
guaranteed by D. C. Jones and iMtruction for District enrich the blood, I.pmve I.-
with money to come to Starke and see of our own I 8. and rnpeclfully! Mlieit No. TonS ?.'n almS .<* !
greatness: till the Mitchell's Drug Store. ': MEMBER fcCUOOL BOARD DIST. N. t eltlien of the tINt vote* of the ruing. the > aa a General re th/i?
-This will announce that I am a candidate. In June. dl.trict at the primary elrct on thruwoffoc X....'.tlm"."" ln- Nature wIll (lire1'
J. D. BAXTER. Ia -...........'iSL'111'..n< tb Child wlJ! b.
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the holders $J.per pound for their (cot

: ton. -.-. ..CLASSIFIED. ., OUR CLIENTELEfcggpW f ;

Stark with her brother, Col. C. L. L
Peek She leaves this afternoon for ;\.
New Yolk where the will sail for London

England, to attend thoVorld'(* CAMI IN APtANrK!: 1.1'
\V C. T. U. Convention, Miss Peek being I AdttrtUrmrnU Intrrtrd undtr .h... hmdI
mu.l br paid In ndtanr. N. ...... Pressingr i
I and
a delegate from the United States fur ..n. Intrrllnn iirrrplrd for Iran lh.n (IWANTKD : Dry Cleaning /

11 UT I L i\T E D I, have Mr.twins and at Mrs.their Jo home elhV, a,girl Etl\var and a i C. A.-Mixon's Chicken stand.and eggs.3-10-tf Uiyanat IN BUSINESS TEASDALE SINCE 1835. 625.627 PROMPT WALNUT DELIVER STREET ...' .

The .
boy. youngsters arrived Wednesday tI
and are hale and hearty. In fact, FOR SALE-A one horse wagon and
a lady whom we consider an expert on'' harness. D. E. Knight:: 1-23-tf .\

good looking babies, declares they are I
the finest and prettiest ever FOR SALE-Good canvas tent for .
fishing and hunting parties, I). E '
Full line of Ladies Comfort I Knight :2-27-tf! I Make }Your Old Straw h!:"

Shoes and Slippers\ at f\t\ .
FOK SALE-Upright piano, ?10l) I ''' '
Therrell, state Sunday schoolkid ciish. :Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Stake, New ,

secretary, spoke three time Sun Flu. It.
lay lit the Methodist church. Dr.rherrell .
( is a very intelligent man and CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for
lia hearers were delighted) with his I prices and ship your ties of all Help reduce the High Cost of Living

me addressee.: Col. and Mrs I D. E. grades to Gress Manufacturing\ Co., '
{night entertained J Dr. Therrell dur- Jacksonville\ Florida. 3-5-20-lyr:! by brightening up your old straw hat. '1

1g his stny in our little city.J. .-

FOR SALE-Lcttuco plants, large
M. Dubi'M and family lime sirs, :200,001)). :25c a hUIlIlI....<.I. C. S I \Ve have just received a complete assortment -
I back to Stuiko from Tampa. 1110\// Dulling Slnikc.LOST .
'uboso is a good wood worker -- of Elkays Straw Hat Dye in l
metal I mechanic and will work for I
-Pin, hoisethoe old clover leaf
'Ie' Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. The set with ruby. Lost Saturday, night. the following colors:

,any friends of the family are glad I Reward if returned to Mrs. G. C,
vcr their return. Sweat, Still''ko.

David Thornton, of Ilaker county, FOR SALE-Three god Jersey cows; LIBERTY BLUE BLACK 1
ivho had been at the home of his siser one fresh with young calf, the others .
Mrs J, C. Manning, of this city, wil Ibe fresh in n few! days. All YELLOW VfOLET !: I'
or some time to receive medical at* good milkers. T. A. Andrews, Law- GREY
ention for intestinal trouble BURNT STRAW h\
was icnoved tey, Fla. It .. I
to Dr. Francis sanatorium, CARDINAL RED SAGE GREEN t.

Jacksonville, Tuesday, lie was uc'ompanied WANTED-Man with team or auto DULL BLACK
OLD \;:
by J. C. Maiming. who can give bond to sell 137 Watkins '
I | home and farm products Biggest I CERISE
A full line of groceries, hay and concern of kind in world! $1600[; NAVY
grain of all kinds at lowest prices. W. to $5000! yearly income. This conn I I BLUE LAVENDER }

M. Bryan, at Mixon'a stand. 3-19-tf ty open. Write today J. It. Wnt 4

i kins Co., Dept. 112, Winona, !Minn. Price 25c \
.Mr, and Mrs. C: C. Shaw, who had I ItI it, for a generous bottle and a ..;..._
been residents of Starke the past four
months, left Wednesday for Fensacola, iI I i FOR SALE-For prompt acceptance good brush to apply it with.
here Mr. Shaw will return to his I ,,
and cash with order we ofTer f. o. b.
work as conductor on the G. P. & A. | here the following seeds: Florida // is also suitable for coloring leather A
Jailroad. They will be accompanied Runner Seed Peanuts, $3 per bushel ,
some by Mr, and Mrs. O. O. Shaw, I 12c per pound; 90 day Sp'ckled.1.. wood
ho have been visiting here the past vet Beans, $3.25 per bushel; Or- 1 1mOlld's straw, etc.Mitchell's ,
ew days as guests of Mr. and Mrs i Selected Seed Corn, $5 per

O. Traxler. i bushel, $1.50 per peck II. T. nail I
Co., Lowell, Fla. 3-6-tf. Store '
.. Come and see our splendid line ,, Drug
'- ren's Shoes and Slippers at Poland China boars, 4 mos. old; five The REXALL.44, Storm' ,

Stump's.Fred Duroc Jersey sows and five boars, If you live in the country drop 4 to 6 coos old; prices reasonable; = ,
W. Lagergren is visiting his inspection invited. College of Agriculture .

parents, Mr. and Mrs II. E. Lager A. W. Leland, Farm Superintendent .
.' gren. Five years ago, at the time of I Gainesville, Fla. 2-C-tf .
the trouble with Mexico, he enlisted I r

the regular! army. After seeing ser Luke Kiflly Says, "The nat Died Before -
vice in Southern Texas in the Field Reaching. the River." ,',

Artillery, ho was transferred to the "Sine moving near the river two
Philippine Islands and the mountain years'ago, we've always used RAT COME I" '
artillery. On his return to the United SNAP. Watched a vicious water rat "
States he served in a recruit regimentin nibbling at RAT-SNAP outside house. :
California. He was lately furloughed About 15 minutes later he darted off 1

to the regular army reserve, for the water, to cool his burning
with the best of testimonials as to stomach, but died J before reaching!: It." I

character and service. 3 sixes, 21'>c, 50r( $1. Sold and guaranteed !: '' Learn why so many people like
by D. C. Jones and J. M. Mitchell.
CLOTHKS FOR WARM SEASON this bank. There's somethingmore
to bank service here than
Palm Beach and other light suits of RATSNAPKILLS
(clothes, Straw Hats, Light Felt HatsUnderwear merely an aid to financial trans- _

,itSummer; are now on ; actions.
Johns. the large store of Griffin & Also mice. Absolutely prevents odor'
niHhingH, lau. -J-ties. of men's fur from carcass. Our package/ proves this
in this store as to l 1)(, found I ItAT-SNAI' comes in 'akes--lIo mixing Here
have service
light. !, comfortable,I... o'ootwcar f "r'I. .f'i:1I'_..:...x bthI with other food. Guaranteed. i i2tJc I you personal
artic > -?
any Heudwear, you" will "IW,1 I It [ size: ((1 rake) enough for PimiiKitrhen from officers always ready to
[ Griffin & Johns.-Adv. ] or Cellar. i i talk over your plans In a friendly
at .
: - A-- -..' rj.TTACKS - $1.00(2( cakes) for' Chicken
LAGItUrn; AND ('OLI) farm and oum Small BuildingH.ings way. There's always a friendly
\ factory bu.\ enough for allSold
TIIKKKlr. WAYS or Guaranteed ... welcome every time you come.
I i and .. ?? luilJ-
ro 1. n..
| Williams\ 101 Tonic (;elol Right to I Drug Store. _.ana_ ._i'j"_ """- -- ::1|
Work to Clean. and Strengthen Come visit us. Feel the congenial
her mother, Mrs. Rebecca IU.dy. II IIDAVIS
visiting!: AI'I /
Note the t
left last week for Charlotte atmosphere. helpful
Mrs. Mallory Thomas left Saturdayfor vaifi winere she goes to visit her Quinine and Mugnexia are the I '* We think bank
where she is a pa- C., Iron, Enih 'idc. our Is a
Jacksonville, to her Tunic
and from there will return main chemicals in lot
tient in Riverside Hospital. in New York City. one attacks ColtlH LaGrippe" and Malaria C"'r you.
Miss Mary Morrow of Tampa, spent of I Special sale on Men's Suits and ] the in blood its own Quinine way. kills Iron the dineaxe' Est UE6 BANK O ..., r
as the guest the body Agercy
the clears
spent at Stump's.Col. germs in it, I
Miss Doris Scott. \| pants !of all its accumulated poisons. THE GROWING BANKt-,
A. V Long: and little colds will stand this at ( INSURANCESTARKE
and Mrs. and Not many Ceo. C. White, Cn.SEND ..
. "Up to Bryan's. daughter Annie, spent Sunday tack. They will soon give in and youfeel E.S. Matthews, Pres.
with relatives. When old self again. ,
here quite your
Holstein and little son, Monday Palatka th' Tonic is also a I
e Mrs. II. P. motored back to )Dr.' Williams' 101
of Gainesville, recently visited her sis they accompanied; by M rHo 11. L, mighty fine general tonic and a laxative I --

ter, Mrs. O. J. Griffin. ,| 'Lou ItrOWlurr_!..?, .Mitrn..;....... Rrownlec. Jr., and Always keen it on for at your I nnnncan7C7r7S? S' r,L2. S5Z5252?:
M. Johns. 2c! and 50e bottles ,-.t yn rciyZn
for Jacksonville E. i
left Sunday .
Allen Canova IIlorp.-Adv-2. \
where he has acepted a posit I.urinn Walnright, Mrs. Junk' Wood- drug _---.------ US THAT 'ORDER

_.... with .MTnt.rn.. !. & Co. Griffin, Walter Mac noiiso.vDobson
--- -- Mrs. Lula I [
nrd Wain- ; ; Ktory \
James Wonderful
Special price on all our Silk Ponold nf, of South Jacksonville Carolina; and Mrs. Match-2fi.-Miss Karruc: !11 r. {R. <;\ King Huts.Tells. Head It. :'I! WHEN YOU NFID ANYTHING IN [

Dresses. Stump's.If right Blanche Wills! of I lay ton, Ohio, are howling and Shep Mike] attended i services "For months About my place was alive with I !':i and Supplies I\gffi
- the bedside of their mother, I at Cypress Grove; Sunday. chic kens, eggs, feed.! Wan f.J Office Furniture rn
- you want to enjoy a good supper here I n. Wainricht, who IH seriously I I Johnnie ]lust and sisters, Misses i rats, losing RAT-SNAP. I did. Somewhat Commercial and Fancy Stationery
Mrs. at told to tiy
building church
to the Futch Susie, attended first not Hoeing 1 Engraving s ?
- tonight: come will ill. Nita and diHUppoinUtd at 1I 1 Printing, Lithographing, '
D. C. They wereaccompanied did .
where the ladies of the U. Grove Sunday. ruts, but in a few day +
Cypress dead
Misses MaggieDavis : many kilted Books All KindsArtists'
home by I were not -
serve you. "I>own to Bryan's"E. W Avis Alderman! not ceo a live one. What ItATSNAt' r.!
Pearlic Pearce ,place.
around my
E. Wilson, of shipped Ben Boyd. Allen \ ( are not 3 l ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. the cotton buyer William Davis. does the triik. Goods
W. Hayes Messrs. David' sure Athletic
10 ,
to and McCormick by I
Mobile, Ala., came last Sunday 29 hulas! from Lake the Butler week. He 'Davis, Kills evening wax pleasantly :25c.!! OOc, $1. Sold and Mitchell.guarantied Kodak
during The J. M.
starke Pvarcc C. Jones and
from I U.

112 Millie:l5 I thinks Hnldinex..-- !this in about Bradford cleanx county up ,the Tli' gavein spent( with games and music. I .,__._._ u.. .......",,#..tDwtasualnralDmmr+1'I'\ I The H. &W. B. Drew Company
mmCDCmCJIjIl1)I(1)fOOlUWI''uw----; ( t
used: last yearto N.L3Il19@tDtDiDCiCFtilL11111fllDNDSmID rJNtaC1tD01iDUi.'DiD! 1DONLtDOtl lDf ''I Street Jacksonville
u' :> QiDl> 45-49 W. Bay


BILL'S r I returnedto ,2,2,2! s c.5Z5'iSLr',5Z5Zi s s s s s s s s s s s 5 s s s s s s s s s

",.". ; announce that Mr. John M. DuBose has the \ PLANTS FOR SALE
y. You CASCARA QUININERRUP'1tD ) are pleased to working shff. Mr. DuB se has in t" STRAWBERRY select from
varieties to
lu" JUst 1 Starke and is again on our Lumber & Supply| Company I Missionary and Klundykc $UO MIIOUS i pet 1,000 KY."; 40 Now other if you want somethingtrue
Ire.bllcl ,
the berry
:. with work. Including the great: new with Hall. His plants
six hi. order
served yean with good place your
pleased something
past been highly to name and the
been for pant
always and have
k state
.r. have In all parts
for 20 \ extensively
; cold" I"nmod,.._I.. .un. 00 and our customers are grown order to the Strawberry I'lant Specialist. Agent
,.". .sus .- w .... "I' D cold In 24 LUMBER &. SUPPLY CO'a cJ I 12 years. Send your J. KE1FFORD (HALL, RHODESDALE: MD. t t.arr.
in t dip. for this district
.d. tHa e e. wanted
.!...-rlP-. iStandard' 1 If.....'.b.e'.. box h.M'.. .Alii'Red. .. .. (
, ""d.I.alsueaQtN.. ,\ I top with, Dssn .
pionr. ,....
,re..tU t"tit'bll.1 A' A II Drur S tFWiFtft19l1kflJt "i
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FRIDAY MARCH 26, 1920:!

PAt E: TWO ._ --- -

I . AGREEMENT; BETWEEN U. S..I.II I I the aggregate: !amount of money paid FARMER BROWN dollars
I GERMANY I II I by the taxpayers of Florida to the -
members of the Catts family i h not
Agreement I II less than $32,000 a year, a rather neat '
This Term ,
Under Such as know about that =
I Say, what do you
I > I 01 Armistice Will lie Ended |I sum. ---. Mr. Jones? I've just met up with a to doughnuts-
I North Dako-
/ I RED) HEADQUARTERS) LEII'- :ypical Norwegian from
} Washington, March 20.-The peace courthouse. Says
Met him at
I ,, treaty wan delivered to Secretary Tu. I IJ j' ZIG CAP'IfUEII: AIIKR I'K.HTTho ; he will be up to sec us soon. I asked no man ever a better

J 1"' multy at the White House at 10:30'1 of the 'him to call and sec us, and he said cigarette at any price!
;, this forenoon from the Senate. 1'.11.I" Leipzig headquarters Farmer Brown told him to go: to De-
ident Wilson has not indicated what romuniM. was captured Sunday Hardware Store. Then
Witt C. Jones
but he bas bard fight Five persons are dead, quality, and their expert blend
\ ; he will do with the treaty a : ( began: to talk a lot of Norwegian to CAMELS
and h fifty
intimated that if the Senate defeated ,, twelve were neriously:! wounded him and he fell all over me at once. I w Turkish and choice Domestic
f. the treaty he would have no statement taken prisoners by the troops.) worked at DeWitt C. j
told him that I
., r ' tobaccos hand you a cigarette that will satisfy .
make. The tieaty which ordinarily continue in other quarters
I. to Conflicts Tones store and would take care of
would KO: to the state of the thy. Many part of the city him. lIe told me that he had bought a every smoke desire you ever expressed.

) being held at the White House pend have been set on fire \by communists, farm near Farmer Brown. He is a big: t Y You will prefer this Camel blend to either-

iJ-I'-r in" the action\ of the president. : who are hinc'rJIIIthe: work of the i j strong man und I'll bet he'll make -5
kind smoked straight 1
An agreement of modus vivendi between firemen by machine gun fire. good. He is a worker I am sure; gota
"'' .. Germany and the United State It is reported) from the Rhineland 'I great big hand about as large as a I Se
i .. 'I. and the United Staten and the Allies I that at leant four towns are governedby hum and shows hard woik. Well, Camels mellow-mildness will certainly
: which this country might continue council. In Essen bombard-I
by soviet j here he comes -- appeal to you. The "body" is all there, and
to take advantage: of the term of the ment and street combats lasted more
;th. >. treaty without ratifying he treaty is than twenty hours. Goodogen acquainted, Mr.with Oleson.ItcWitt Let Jones make, 1 that smoothness! It's a delightl!

,11 .' )being, considered by the administration The city of Nuremberg has ended; you
of this Hardware Store.
I' it was learned today. Under such its fiday.' paralysis, which was will proprietor always treat you right Go the limit with Camels! They will not t
I armistice will and
the teimB rioting
agreement civil warfare
iin caused by Howdy Mr. Oleson, happy to wel- c x tire taste. And they leave :
,i be ended and the United Platen: will an attempt by Bolshevik! to rush the your no unpleas ;
j. maintain troops In Germany and carry public places und control the town come you to 1-loildu! and Staike, and + l ant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant ciga- :,
'' store where will TURKISH &
especially to our you DOMESTIC f
tilother provisions of the treaty Nuremtergconveyed
out from e
Telephone messages: :
r BLEND odor!
be welcome and be treated
always on retty
I", by agreement! but will not be bound thin information as well as y cncaaa_r e' a I
; to any terms of the treaty. It will be details of the rising.: the square -
Vl.l. I am sure glad: to meet '" Camels with
) virtually a "gentleman's: agreement. I Street car wrvlif has been .resumed.The you. Just compare any ciga-
I' The failure of the Senate to ratify workers art returning! ) the faotoiies Where have you located, Mr Ole r rette in the world at any price

? the treaty does! not change: the ptatus I and' store re-opining. The casualties son *

of this country with the Turkish settlement. during the five led days have Vel, I stopped at Jacksonville and an/d everywhere rctenhera1lv.e.k.dp.ceepes
The Unied Stolen wan never not been tuhulat'd.Shlll'p met there a Norwegian: feller. He tell C mi r#(If 30 ritf./.,"a.: or fen "..'.1.' (:JDOr
I I nt wnr with Turkey, but will bo allowed me I should come down to Lawtey and ,,,.,,.,,..) m a 11..In./ p.p.r.corered carton
fighting: ciccuired) in Ileilln on We fronjf/v recommend f/i/e carton forth.horn.
"./ I -, u voice in muh n settlement by I Friday night: between/ some of the! Starkc that been the best )part of or office apply or when you trtvtlR. .

i im agreement! with the._allies j! Ilultic: troops and new police in which Florida. 1. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wlrmton-Siilem, N.C.
-i I I off the kers I
---- - i' were killed or wounded.The V'I. got at Lawtey.
O\H: ; "ADS" many persons special train which left Cob- look me around a spell, then I tank I .1 't\
to Staike. So I valk down the
go on
lent Saturday; morning! bring out
t. The following claBBified adveitisements two hundred American and British road and looked me around. Finally t.

I' iippeared I in the bint number of, I "business men reported in danger\ at I[ come to a nice farm. I began to be

tho Funtu Gorda Herald: 1.f'iplllr'll'h..1: Leipzig: at 1 o'clock) Hungry, so I stopped and asked a
Hunt tree with mans there could I get some dinner.
a top- : Sunday morning. The train left
lie said, "Just come in. Sure can'
' I The man who took my utepladder its passengers! at 10:1)0: ) a. m. Only you
1 it I away had 'better, burn, it, if 'he 1 would! twenty-five Americana departed on have dinner. Vel, he tell me his name I
i avoid my wrath for when I cutch him I' the special. vas Farmer Drown He showed me

" \ with it the Lord have mercy on his The SparticanB l\'ai"Nll'ontrol of the some good land behind his farm yust
, like his farm only it has lots of trees
soul.-W. O. Silcox.-Adv. It. Ruhr district Sunday. A direct! report
,,' Jloes hecarl'Z and stumps:! that I could buy for $20 -
I from Duisburg says that a soviet government 3y -
\ If the lad who rode away on my bike has been set up there. per acre.
, all HO bold on Sunday night, Feb. 29, The red: army in the Ruhr district Vel, dot wag mighty cheap. I Bold (
I will ride it back within a day or two, is reported to have available a forceof my 300 acres in North Dakota for $70 "wr ..'i:

t.,,, he will Rave his people from the humiliation 70,000 men. The situation is con- a acre, but I see that there was plentyof
of being related to him-W. Bidered extremely critical because of hard vork to get: the stumps and { i
off the land before I could makea ,
, Chadman-Adv. the b
the rapid growth: of the army and -
" A windy proposition-- in thetalrtncv crop but my two big poys to helpme f
r eo mobility which waa displayed
Wanted-Several: ; ; toothless old women nt fTaaanHowever we can clear up a lot of land in a .iI
a ..i
to blow holes in macaroni. Applyto : there are no further reports Few years. So I buy me two hundred ;

Rraxton mount, Jr.-Adv. of bloodshed and it is believedthe acres and will build me a log house,I 1u

'. Take 'em while you can get 'm- part of the government forces now and we vill make him all ourselves '
Have your coffee/\ ground in our new being concentrated will quickly quiet and make the trees and stumps in I I Sunday afternoon. I 'y

electric mill while you waft, petting: the region.: stove wood and sell it for much mon Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McKinney 01''

the full strength: and aroma. II. W. > ey. I will have to buy lots of machinery Louise, attended church here Sunday: JIME TO SPRAY PROFITABLY IS AT HAND 1
Smith I'of'.rbaker.Adv.Th GRAHAM and Hardware BO I came! Into night.

(! following' are from the Brooksville get: price! How much dot stove? Messrs. Will Birt and Sim Thomas' The longer delayed the the ';
; SUr's "swap column:" Graham Marb26.-O.; W. Maines, I We will have to charge: you $75 for of Louise were here Saturday. greater expense

i Most anything IB better of Mountrocha, was here Monday. I that stove. W H. Gurney wall a business visitorto We carry the most complete stock in the State, goods are fresh l

l I have some Burbank Spineless Cactus Mrs. W. J. Jones and niece Florence Vat Veil how much for dot one? Starke Saturday. and we now have a large stock of all materials including:

: I will swap for anything you have Walker were visitors! to Hastings $55 buys that one; this one $32; A Youngblood, of Waldo was here Arsenate of Lead Copper Carbonate -<

to offer Miss S. N. Messer, Brooks- Wednesday and Thursday, and this $22. Sunday.Mr. Paste and Powdered Dry Lime Sulphur ..r
'" vine Arthur Brown, of Shake Ray was Vel dot is mighty: high but guess Scarborough of Louise paid Bluestone Goods Fish Oil Soap .;
1 Rather cheap- a business visitor here Monday.Rev. it is best I can' do now. Vel you got Graham a visit Sunday afternoon. I \
Black Leaf 40 Lime Solution
Will iwap a barrel of velvet beans' Woods and wife, of Brooker Axes, Shovels and Harness and all Church closed Sunday night with Sulphur ;,
for the best offer./ Miss S. N. Messer, : were shopping here Thursday. tinga: I need vot? four new additions. Bordo'Lead Paris Creen n

';3 Brooksville, Tommy Oldham and Willie Price Sure we carry a full stock if it is to Remember Bible school every Sun- Bordeaux Mixture Pyro f

7. The next ad is from the Light published were visitors! to the county seat Monday be bought. Hard to get orders from day afternoon. All invited. Caustic Soda Sulphur Flour & Flowers

nt the Industrial School, Marl- the wholesale! houses now they are I TARGET BRAND WHITE FLY DESTROYER FOR WHITE FLY AND SCALE ;:
' s il anna. The boys must live well. at Mesdames Jessie Maines, Mary out of so much stock. You will want CROSBY! LAKE I I
r ,, "homo-: Sparks and Miss Marvie Turner, of wire fencing? Let me show. you thru W We have 20,000 feet of half inch three braid Glide Spray b:

I'''. I. S. Cafe Home like meals. Mrs. Mounteocha were here Friday. our stock Crosby Luke March 26.-Ernest Hose best on the market, hardly possible to kink it; will stand unlimited tf.

I F. E.: McClane, Mgr, 112 Main St. I, Miss Mattie Ogden spent the week Here are Hoes Rakes, all kinds of Bryant, of I'lant City, was a visitor pressure. Ready for immediate shipment. Fresh stock !Li'
- ---+ in Hampton with relatives Forks I Shovels Plows and Plow t'arta.
here last week. just received from the factory ,,,\
y GOVERNOR CATTS ANI FAMILY Messrs., Marvin and Jesse Ogden! Have not room to show them in proper Prayer meeting Sunday night was i
IH1AW $32.000'EAn FROM STATE I Misses Mabel McKinney and Alma shape. well attended. WRITE FOR LATEST PRICE LIST. il

Price motored to Hampton Sunday afternoon. Here is a line of New Stoves not set II. M. McHue l ia on the sick list this Our sprayers and fittings have given satisfaction for fifteen* ".

The Washington correspondent of up. Now here comes the Fence Wire. week. years. You will be served by a man with 35 years experience.Let .
,. \ the Baltimore (Md.) Sun, recently I Mrs Geo. Stone has moved to St. This 12-Inch stay is $13; this f.-inoh Prayer meeting will be held next us know your needs.

spent name time in Florida securing "Augustine\ stay $15 all twenty-rod rolls. We Sunday night at the home of J. W.

data about Governor Catts and amongit Mr. and Mrs J. A. J. McKinney, buy> In carlots so can sell very close Yates. E. 0. Painter Fertilizer
was the amount of money the state 1 were visitors to tho county seat Sat- Anything we do not have in stock we Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crews were visitors Company

in paying: in salaries to the membersof unlay. will order for you at very close prices. at H. M. McRae Sunday.

I the' family of the governor: who are 1' Mrs. S. Pons and ion Merman, of Val, soon as my poys come we will - ---A jmn |--TiijiiLi_ I JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. .
holding, office in this commonwealth ': Mounteocha, were here Fliduy on bus b: e in and fret a Stove and some things IIIGIILAND i

by virtue of appointment of the chief llf'lIB. ve will want. I tink there will tie a ./
I executive of the Mate. I I Misses Frances Murrhee and,) Ruby lot of Norwegian fellers come down '
Highland\ March 26.,-Mrs. H. C. sister, Mrs. E. A. Goolbby !!
His (conclusions which are now going n 'UIIlP"'lt Wednesday at the home of here from North Dakota to buy land Dr. G.V.. J
Wimberly and daughter Winifr..d.wel'e Brown of Lawtey
: the rounds of the state are us fellows ,Mrs. T. n. Dyal of :Zit?. and I will bring them in to sec you. visitor was
shopping' in Jacksonville Wednesday u professional here
: I I Mr. and Mrs. T W. Wusclin were Vel, good day; will see you in a few : Thursday : i

Daughter: -Private secretary; eiilnry visitors to the county seat Friday days. Mensrs., George Robinson of Jacksonville G. M. hihtrunk, of Staike, was attending WANTED

I $2,000 a year. | John Lewis, of Urooker, was shopping to business here. Monday.Reasons) .
and I. A. Jackson of Norris.
' 1 j nwlI.'htt'r-Sf'I.'tary! state board of : here Thursday. attended church here Thursday night: ,
c town. Pa., were business visitors heroThuiscluy.
I S institutions and board of pardons; Arthur Brown of Shake Hay, has Gov. Sidney J. Oatts lectured at the ; SCRAP IRON
5 Hilary $1,000()() a year i, bought: the T. W. Wasdm's, truck farm. Christian church Thursday afternoon .
1 Rorl-Adjutlmt general of the state; Mr. and! Mrs .1. I D. Kirk visited Mrs. Stella Jordan, of Plant City F. M. Crews was a visitor to Staike METALSRUBBER :

i salary JM.OOO: ( A year Frank Beville nt Bellamy Wednesday was a visitor here Wednesday Saturday
; Sun-Naval stores inspector of West Mrs. Rattle Preseott of ZitI, was n Miss Georgia Edwards visited in Miss Rena Marr returned Saturday :

,{ Florida; feed shout $4,000 a year. business visitor here Thursday Gainesville Wednesday and Thursday from a visit with her sister, Mrs D. I '

a\ Son-Harbor mauler at Key Went; I C. B. Roberts und! son Jake, were Messrs. Tommy Oldham and Willie L. Rigby at Starke. BONES

01 fees in excess of :$1,000 a year, visitors to Hampton Friday Price were business visitors to Walker Mrs Carrie Starling left Wednesday Why you should use
5 I Son-In-Inw-Tax collector of Duval Miss Thelnia Curry returned to her Go., last week. fur Jacksonville to visit relatives Cardul the woman's I SACKS AND RAGS
A county an office which in 1918 paid home in Micanopy Wednesday.Alvin Mesdames A. Youngblood and Morgan for a couple of week tonic, your troubles
have t
I' (14,00(1.(.( Waf thousands of :
letters from Write l list!
The governor's salary is $((1,000 nyear Gainesville Wednesday day on business I..d by John Sellers of Otis held servo actual users of this medi- us for price ,
!, with $1'JOO contingent: fund. But Morgan Prevatt and wife, of Waldo Marvin Ogden\ visited Hampton Sat- '. at the Baptist church Saturday cine who speak from \

unlay afternoon. and Sunday. personal experience. II l'UIUIILAIf' METAL Or-IIUY! ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kirk were business Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby: and baby the results obtained by i
visitors to Jacksonville Fridayand of Statke, spent the week-end herewith other women foe so many I' Jacksonville, ricrtda; '.
Saturday relatives years have been so uniformly ,

: ; i We are the Agents I':to. J Starke, Murihep Saturday was a business visitor ville J. L Sunday Marr was a visitor to Jackson. .give Cardul good a,trial why? not of Il"NDr.mmmQ llIIW llmllmIDl1Im

Mrs. Blanche Robinson, Alice Kite Miss Ruth Parker went to Jacksonville TakeCARDUI
f for of Sampson, were here Sunday.Mr Sunday to spend a few days with New Seed

r and Mrs. E. E.: Canova and Mr.

5 and Mrs. Unworn, of Starkc attended ASPIRIN FOR COLDS Peanuts

church Sunday afternoon.A /,
crowd of our young folks motoredover \

ChocolatesThe to Sampson' Sunday afternoon. Name "Bayer" is on Genuine Oats, all varieties
J. A. Graves and family of Wind- The Woman's TonicMrs. I.
) mere, have moved bavk to their home Aspirin-say Bayer
1 String Beans
makers of these here. Their many friends are glad to Mary I. Irvin, of

_r : a 0 fine candies protect welcome them back. Cullen. Va., writes

1';, a cA their reputation by E. T. Stewart and family of Brooker I "About 11 years ago I SHeet Corn tall 1 urttiu:
,r 1 suffered
I untold
were here Sunday. misery
''I, selling only through Vernon Jones of Hampton, attended I with female trouble bear- Melon I

il selected stores in each church here Sunday afternoon. I ing-down pains head- !

"r'o' '. I locality all over the I Misses Onie und Bunie Graven, ofWindn1l'1' ache, numbness . I Velvet Beans
L re" 1 \ This is thtstart. ('. Wf'I'tho guests: of Miss would go for three weeks
, ;i -t} I q I ( Frances Murrhee Sunday. almost! bent double . .
n Jesse motored LouItow's I English PeasKICKLITERS
Ogden over to My husband
ti = went to Dr.
I I Insist on "Barer Tablets of Aspirin" k for Cardul . j
Ira "
Sold by This a "Bayer Cods containing propel After taking
7 about
directions for rain, Headache, two
TF. offer 1100.00 for any case cf 'atal'l'l Neuralgia, Lumbago and Kheuraati. bottles 1 began: going
tn t cannot bo '
SCOTT DRUG CO. CATARRH: MKDIC1NK.!: cuiud: by *LALL.* Name "Bayer" meana genuine Aspirin around and when 1 took The Seed House
HALL'S CATAHUll MEDICINE tall prescribed kr physicians for nineteen three bottles I
Ig'' .=: .B Internally: and ecu tbruugb th. Blouc"J. years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets aU could do -
Starke, Fla. Bald the br Mucous drumrtut Surfaces for over of the forty Syitem years. coat few crate Aspirin ie trade markof my work. j-80 llr.rVs Tasteless cbIII: 'I'-'C
Price TSc. : Bayer Manufacture, of :Uonoacetio- "
Tutlmonlali free. restore vitality aoc 0111' br pttrffytn and >
F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, OhIo acid.tar of SalicjUcaoii tt rfchlni the blood. You can wna fed tu Stmo

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rLLi State News l] in Tires I

...- _' -__ .. Goodyear Advantages

Told by Our Exchange

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for the Smaller CarsJust
The farmers and business men in end. The planting .started February;
and around Gainesville have made 1st.
plans to build a sweet potato storage

house. Peddis Williams, negro, employed at
a riveter at the Daniels shipyards, in STREETJJ
Struck by a falling tree. G. Hugh Tampa, was found dead in the bottom OHIO "'
Fletcher, woodsman for Phillips mill,, of tank No. 7 Saturday. The cause olj as Goodyear is successful in building

west of Hampton Springs, was killed j I the death was not apparent although Tires that
value into the Goodyear ,
Tuesday. I] there was a theory that the negro may ) ati extreme '
I Se
; have come in contact with a live wire cars so is
the highest-priced motor ,
sand mooo go on
The sun dance at Palm Beach last been electrocuted.

week proved such a success that it wag Goodyear successful in supplying unusual
decided to make it a permanent annual Tarpon Springs is the headquarter!
affair of the only American commercial I hl P worth in Goodyear Tires for smaller cars.
sponge fisheries. This town take in

Lake Worth farmers are reaping a yearly over a million dollars as spoilt \ \ Ili Into the making of Goodyear Tires in the >.?
rich harvest this year from their po from the gulf, from which source they .
tato crops. The retail price of the also get oysters shrimp, crabs, tur 30x3- 30x3 VI" and 31x4-mch sizes have gone
lowly spuds is 15 cents per pound. ties and fish, a total value running into S' .
millions of dollars annually.A I I the full advantages of Goodyear experience, -i'
Joe Summeralls, was shot In the !'
back with a load of buckshot and instantly much advertised patent medicine skill and modern facilities. ' t .

killed Friday, while eating his concern overdid the advertising stunt '
supper on the Carlton farm near Ar by faking a testimonial from a prominent I. The results of this unusual endeavor are M
cadia. *?' minister of Florida, who is now "
suing the company As the medicine easily available to every owner of a Ford, ;
In Miami last week two dairymenwere contains a good percentage: of alcohol I -
fined ninety dollars and fifty dollars the minister's endorsement got him in Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or any other car G
respectively for adulterating milk bad repute, and he place the dam i E .. ,

The guilty milkmen added twenty-five ages at $50,000. I ,Ip requiring the sires mentioned. 1i
per cent water in one dollar a gallon

milk. The practice of starting a fire with i I II'' Go to the nearest Goodyear Service StationDealer's
kerosene oil resulted fatally to a ne-
A druggist in Live Oak prints a gress and baby in Jacksonville. The Ali place of business for these tires, and t

signed warning that he i I. going to mother was holding the baby in her II i carries e
make affidavits to the correctness of arms while lighting the fire, the flame Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He
his bad accounts and then turn them leaping up and igniting clothes of
over to the public auctioneer to offer both. The skin on both victims was them in stock. am I
them for sale to the highest bidder. peeled from the raw flesh by the ..
The Ford Motor Company have acquired t
a site in Jacksonville for the The demand for Florida clay brickis
erection of an assembling plant, which very large at present and on account -
will employ about 1,000 men and will of the high cost of transportation
make Jacksonville a distributing pointof many of the new building plans

the South. specify Florida clay instead of Geor 1 .. ..
gia. The plants near Lee burp: are -- ::,,.:p..s: I

The population of Tallahassee, has making extensive improvements and
been announced by the census bureauat additions to their large plants.
5,367, an increase of 619 since the

census of 1910. So far as known the Clinging) all night to the rigging of DoubleCureI Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tuber are tnick, strong tulira that : {
population of no other Florida town the schooner Misery, which was being 305' 3V4, AII.Weathrr'I'l'C'ad Goodyear __. $2350 reinforce has been made public. pounded to pieces by heavy seas after tuhef Goodyear tout
of IBM merit. JOO'/i size In u $ .450"
she went ashore at Mayport Tuesday 3OxV! Goodyear Single-Cure $2150 than tube -
J. L. Elsenheimer was found dead night, was the harrowing experience lBbricAntl-bkiJT ad proof bat.'r,
at his home in Jacksonville Tuesday of a party of prominent New f fI
afternoon. A bullet wound in his right Yorkers, who were rescued from their I fI
temple and a revolver near his right perilous position at 7 o'clock by the I
hand told a story of self destruction. pilot boat Meta. I
Members of the family can assign no i,

reason for the act. Irving Thomas, 7 year old son ofI. i

J. Thomas, of Cocoanut Grove, was
In an attempt to jump a Coast Linepassenger instantly killed when he was struck C@OifrAI
train as it entered the by an auto truck. The boy was chasing
Lakeland yards Saturday night, a colored -
a ball and did not free the heavy
boy slipped beneath the wheels truck and as the driver swerved the
and both feet were mangled, necessitating car into the shrubbery at the side of
the amputation of both legs at the road to keep from hitting the child I

the knees. the youngster ran directly into its

path. .."......
The preliminary hearings of five alleged ----- -- --- - -
wiretappers and confidence men accident occurrednear of Geneva, an employ Habitual Constipation Cured
caught in a raid at Tarpon Springs An PINE HILL Guy Rosier, of Brooker, was the Mr. Taylor, at Bridg- In 14 toll; Day
Haines City when Ford car overturned I Osceolfc Cypress Co.,
of the
Wednesday by county officials, was guest of Charlie Cone Saturday.I Mrs. S. U.Woml.rd LAX-FO8 WITH PEPSIN" U a peclallT- ,
Sib- of Mr. and
completed Saturday and resulted in a instantly killing Fred Pine Hill, March 20-Mrs. Alma e end, in the guest prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
lone of St. and severely bruising for few days.
Marys a
amountingto children THERESSA It relieves promptly
total bond being required Surrency and two charming Con tlpatlon.
$75,000. the driver. The driver states hemet were guests of A. B. Surrency Sun I Charlie Phillips, of New River, was should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
a big truck coming and turnedout day. Theressa, March 20.-The farmers of here Sunday with relatives Induce regular action. It Stimulates and

The county commissioners of Nas- into the sand and in turning backon Or. and Mrs. W. If. Clemons, of this section are taking advantage of M. J. Batten wa a business visitor Regulates.! Very Pleasant to Take. eOo
sau county have let the contract for the asphalt his wheels locked and Jacksonville, spent part of last week the warm weather and planting their to Gainesville recently per bottle.
the erection of a new steel I bridge the car overturned breaking the passengers with the former's parents, Mr. and crops. Several.acres already have Messrs. S. B. Woodard and Taylor
when he caught un- "DIAMOND DYE" OLD
neck was
across the Amelia river, to cost $14- Mrs. J. E. demons, returning home been planted to Irish potatoes and spent Monday afternoon and Tuesdayat
000. The old bridge which fell into neath. Sunday morning. They were accom- beans. the county metropolis on bUHin,,"'". GARMENTS LIKE NEW
the river several weeks ago, has been panied by his father. W, A. Jones was attending to busl. Quite a lot of fishing was going on
taken out and things are now in readiness Sunday night J). Nicks and Claude I. A. E. Surrency was attending to ness In Hampton Thursday. here last week. Any woman can dye faded shabby
for the new one. Murray, two white men who had plead business in Lake Butler Saturday. R. M. King was a business visitorto employed at the wearing apparel whether wool, silk cotton
Daniel Batten in mixed to color,
guilty of grand larceny and forgeryand I Pearl and Dave Green, Eustice Kelly Palutka Saturday.Mrs. linen or goods any direction
Htill at Hampton. like new by following simple
turpentine just
No lives were lost in the explosion were being held in the Braden- and Charlie Cone were among those C. L. Norton and Miss Minnie King, of Lake Park, Ga., Is In each package of"Ulamood llvm.*
the cutter town jail to receive sentence, sawed the at Ted visitors Fri. Kyle I
of a gasoline tank aboard attending pinder shelling Ilagan were to Hampton visiting his brother, R. M. King, this .
Ponsaco- through the bars and escaped. The Lewis night.A. <
from the U. S. S. Camden at Friday day afternoon.Mr.
shows the daring of the two week. Ask Your Soldier Boy How "Cooties"Got
la Friday, but sixteen men from the escape B. Surrency and J. E. demons iind Mrs. D. W. Moore and of Virginia, N. Such a Hold
inasmuch as the jail is locatedon Miss Mora Kasser,
S. Barney received injuries in men, in Brooker Saturday. motored to Starke
U. S. were daughter, Daisy,
of the the third floor of the court house C., spent a day, or two of this week Ho'll tell you that the battlefronts
the occupants bus.
trying to rescue I I Frank and Charlie Cone made a Friday afternoon
used the bedding in the with her 'brother, Hen Sasser. with ruts,
the swarming
and men of Kuropo; were
cutter. The cutter was a Incus trip to the Lawtey section TUPS. H. S. Roebuck was in Hampton on
cells to escape. So far the sheriff has business afternoon. which carried the dangerous vermin f'
loss. day Saturday
not apprehended the escaped men. I f We are glad to report J, E. Clemensable Miss Minnit.lngan\ returned from How It Works, 'and canned) our men misery. Don't lot
With the final planting last week of I to be out again. Stnrko last week after a few days' The iiinn who.. Iniiiirlm-ft.' himself IndlspenslMit I ruts bring diMI'IISIllto your homo
340 acres of citrus fruit the second Capitalists have visited Palatka for II. C. 'lemons and son, Theodore, visit. Is. i>f .4Ill'M"' tin4 Brie who : when you sue the first one get RAT-
largest planting at any one time came the purpose of determining whetherthe I I were guests of A. B. Surrency Sun- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. King were visitors I- him('I lie* his I""* would 1 lit1 Irre- SNAP. That will finish them qulek. 3
to a close. The huge tract is one of location is suitable for the erection to the county metropolis Friday liiinililc' iiinl I Ii,,* iiMimlly tiiniH cut Htronii sizes, 250, riO(', $1. Sold! and guaranteed 1
Florida's greatest development projects of a large sugar refinery. The purpose I day.Mr.. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny and afternoon In nothing hut tie.glnatloo.--ItulTuloTimes. by D. C. Jones and J. M. Mitchell. ,;

and has by no means come to an of the capitalists is to find an I I children, of Starke, were guests of n.I J. Phillips was a visitor to Hampton -"-'
al'l'nhf're a sufficient amount of cane I I T. L. Godwin Sunday. Saturday.J. 0==
Cat ho raised to keep the refinery going I Lucian and Ralph Hazen and Charlie W. Batten has gone into business (COFFINS CASKETS
LIFT OFF CORNS! to secure the best possible freight Cone were in Brooker Saturday. at Gainesville, and was a visitor here RATS DIE And a full line of 1
rates and transportation facilities to I I: Willie Parrish, of Dukes, George Thursday Undertakers'
all parts of the state and United :i Fowler, of New River, G. W. Shepard M W. Let and son, Cleveland, motored Supplies 4
few drops then lift tore States. The lard used for growing I of Bell and O. W. Thomas and E. M. to Hampton Sunday afternoon so do mice, once they eat RAT-SNAP. Automobile hearse fJi..
Apply potatoes is well a.taptl'd to the growing I Hazcn, of Brooker, were callers in Misses KOHU and Mary moss, of And they leave no odor behind. Don'ttake Always on tiand., The best sea '
touchy corns off with of sugar cane, and the cane can this section Sunday Sampson City, were visitors here last our word for it.-try a package vice at the lowest prices. Special
be planted after the/ potatoes have Little Rosa Lee Godwin is improve Thursday.S. Cats and dogs won't touch it. Rats attention to telegraph order. '"'
fingers been harvested.The ing nicely. B. Woodard came In from Bridg- pans up all food to get RAT-SNAP. -

Mr. and Mrs M. A, demons, of end Saturday afternoon to spend a Three size. Registered Embalmer
supreme court of Florida has Brooklyn, have moved back to Pine few days with his family.J. 2Cc size ((1 cake) enough for Pantry J
handed down a decision which is of Hill, to make their home for several L. King, Sr., of Lake Park, Ga., Kitchen or Cellar. I OeWlffc."jONESStarke I

far reaching effect, so far as passenger months. was a recent visitor here. bOe size ((2 .*kes) fur Chicken i, Fla.aers .
rates and fares in Florida are con Mrs. P. S. Colson and Mrs. I. W. Mr. and Mr- P. M. Geiger of Wal.1 I house Coops or Small Buildings .
cerned. It says that "when all doubts Pinholster were guests of Mrs. J. E. do, motored to Theressa Sunday I $1.00 size ((5 cakes) enough for all -

as to the jurisdiction and powers of demons Saturday afternoon. were guests: of her parents, Mr. and farm and outbuildings, storage buildings The Quinine Tbat Docs hut AlKit The, rlesdftrrjiuM
the railroad commission are resolvedin ] I Mrs. Tommy Edwards was a caller Mrs M. Hall. buildings. I of Its tnnlr' and taxvtlve rnVul. LAXA.TIVL .
their favor, as the statute at A. B. Surrency' home Wednesday Mr and Mrs Jimmln Batten and or factory IIKOMO QUININb T.bete' > can. .lx taken r
expreBB-1 I Mitchell' without rnunina n.rvuurne.aor rlniHtiilUl
and Guaranteed by by anyone
ly requires shall be done, afternoon.Misses little daughter, of Brooklyn, were the Sold I tile Im.d. t.W.G1: III acts of 1913, confers upon the railroad I Minnie and I'earl Greene, guests of relatives Saturday night and Drug Store and D. C. Jones. 3-6-4t. I

I commissioners the authority and dutyto Messrs. Dave Greene and Evan ledge i Sunday MORE
make passenger tariffs to be observed were visitors at home of Mrs Lou I R. M. King was a visitor to Lake' RATS ',,

by all railroads, railroad companies Cone Sunday afternoon. Park, Ga., recently.
and common carriers In this Mrs! R.J. Oliver and daughter, Can- I Sunday school was re-organized: at or mice, after you use RAT-SNAP. It'da ':"
state over their respective lines, including tey Mrs. I. W. Pinholstcr, Sr., Mrs. the Christian church Sunday afternoon OdIO >bt'lKasr sure rodent killer, Try a pkg. and "
electric street railroads engage C. W. Colson and baby and Miss Iva prove It. Rats killed with KAT-SNAP 1
.ed in the transportation of passenger I Colton were visitors, at Mrs. Ozena J. V. Jones of Hampton, was in our leave ho smell Cat or dogs won'ttouch

Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little ''in this state," and that this authorityand Godwins Friday afternoon section Sunday afternoon. It. Guaranteed. .
Freesone on an aching corn, Instant' duty in the matter of street railways Mrs. Trarcey Roberts who has been Mr!!. T. R. Tricot and Miss Eloise SCALCD TINS OWtYAT 25c! size (1 cake) enough for Pan -(.
that corn stops hurting, then you lift are not affected by a city ordi- spending several day with A. B. Sur- Owslcy were visitors to Waldo Thurs youa cooccas try, Kitchen or Cellar. ,4d;
U right out. Ye, magic nance which, by agreement, limits rency's family, returned to her sister's GOc size (2 cakes) for Chicken '
A tiny bottle of Freesone costs but a fares to a specific sum. Mrs. Jack Sowell, Saturday morning.A. day.Messrs, Perry Johns and Perry Kite House, Coop or Small Buildings.
few cents at any drug store, but Is sufficient B. Surrency was in Brooker on of Starke, motored here Sunday after- MAXWELL HOUSELcOFTtE $1.00 size (6 cake) enough for all
to remove every hard corn, soft farm and outbuilding, storage buildIng :1-:1': : '
Colds Cause and InfluenzaLAXATIVE Wednesday. noon. .
the tlrtp
or corn between the toes, and i ',-
corn caUuaee, without soreness or IrrjUtion.Frtirson BROMO QUININE TabUitt' renew tbs Mm. J. E. demon and son, Alvin, William Hall, of Waldo, spent Sunday : *, or factory boDdlllp.'J.
I Is the sensational' discovery, aces There U only on* "Brono Qulnta" were guests of Mrs R. H. Green, of here with his parents, Mr. and Sold amd GuMamtttMd by Mitchell'sStor ,
of a Cincinnati ea1u. It is wonderful t:; W GROVE'S i'matur' oo bo*. Ma. Lake Butler, Sunday. Mr*. M. Hall. Dnc and D. C. Jesse!! '

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