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: April 2, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FORTY-ONE. STARKEFLtRIUA.FR1IA. APRIL 2. 1920. M MBF.R I'URTV.
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BY TORNADOES MONDAY What Ailing_ Us ? r-! :I LIVE UP EMEN


: ( -;;;;:-t t-tated that (.0 duelling!, and a 1 \VhatV the matter with America those days ?! Throe thousand and! five hundredtliroo -thice- icore "of it* proviMioim, h' declared -
one I i' fertilizer plant at LaGrange i t inch fteel gun have 1 been found 'in oine Fiench circle a* laying
last ni I i, razed. At West Point the rail- I Tot many diamonds, not enough alarm clocks. I by the Interallied Commission in the (ierman.x, open to Ku"picion of making
relief I Imorning. ''I station, hotel and First National Too many silk shirts, not enough blue flannel ones. I vicinity of Boil I en. alone and altogether anothei move in an effort" to avoid carrying
i :!: were demolished. The pontoon i Too pointed-toed shoes and not enough 2,0M( ( of there guns: have thus far nut the. t treaty of Vernaillpn.
increase :;: connecting the two portions of I many square l discovered!
tOt'd i j >pon throughout" Germany l'eet titular. Mirniflcance lit attached
gregges. I'oil.t collapsed this morning. I ones. usvoll its Ii.OOO; ( () ah. planes' intact.According . hy the French to the discovery of the
ed at I i i'I say the village of Cooks- Too many M'rJ.'e: suits; and not enough: overalls., to tlu* termx of t lee' I tifpty ttuim. in view of the fact that the
a ) : I I I near LaGrange, was levelled 1 by I j Too many deoolette and not enough aprons. I!, of Versailles, Germany" should now C;,'rlttllll*, I IIII communication to the
! than wind und it is feared the Ions of }hiive only .04 :H-itich\ gulls a nil! no airplanes i r rI allied ,...IIII"i."i jell, to which their cxccxs -
I Too satin limousines and not
1 I' there is ht'IIThe village unity i many upholstered I whatever." Those discoveries of \\II""V ruateriaU xhould. have heen
mills were completely swept i I II L'liough cows. mid other information in the "possession lehvered hy March I 10th() sail that it1I""i.
are I and this is where the most loss |, Too many consumers, not enough producers.Too of the Fit'iioh) authorities. lia\i> .. tie, ditTcrcnco whether. tin niece-
\ of 1 i I \' at )LaGrange wax sustained. much oil stock, not ('noughI'ingg\ accounts. caused con.sldoiahlo skepticism as t the I terial. I l Ice e deli\erod I, 01 dcxtroycd) and
\ bama |i: property( dumatre at :Macon j reasons given for, t tlio request of t lie.I that.t tliey preferred to sk'st, roy it
indicate I; .. at half a million. no lox Too much envy of the results\ of hard work and too I Ilcilin.I government (lint it .be ,permit, ThuK far.i however, it wax Ktated l by
with i if reported. little desire to emulate it. I toil to send t troops i into t tlio 1I1'1I1I'ulllll.1, ii hiirh. otV.cial\ ; I no evidence, has heen
three : Too many desiring( short cuts to wealth and too few occupied i KOIlt'H ohtaii'i'il hy t the, "'comniix ion of any
iest hit | :Mid-West, 1 I.OM-S (it) Lit ex I willing to pay the price. I I Tlu- fact I hat t I II ho t'e'eli| ,st cumo before doxtruction, of e 1II11''illl"'y I \ t the Cicr- j.tie j.
the list I| ti),<> German heel, executed cite)' a eec I l.iMs. t have hoen fit iehee'd" !, hut
Point o. :March :2'*.-Latest reports. Too much of the spirit of "K't: \\ bile getting is good"and material I clause. of th,' treaty.. t although I t it lice- h lieen I iinpoxxihle. to verify them
II )' place yesterday's death toll in not enough of the old fashioned Christianity.Too .
haps thee t time limit has expired. on Homo" :1 up to the's. tune
wcreb tornadoes, in this section at '10) per much discontent" that \ents itself" in mere complaining ; __ .:
: while the will
\\-aHhin injured probably and too little real effort! to remedy. conditions. '
a thousand. The damage around N.U'AI. TIIIU-:: !SHOW lltKMKVDOt'S ;: :: WHAT i 1111: r. I n. C. is DOING
Packard ( was mostly in the southern Too much class consciousness and! too little common :; IHX'lfi\SM: !: I: I
nurses, I Fatalities from outlying dis I democracy and l love of humanity.. -Exchange. The Florida )Division United I Daugh-.
clear may swell the lixt. I The stocks of turpentine, i ii nil| losinon ti rs of the Confederacy In an active
Grange all accounts the tornado in thee sit oruge'" jards, and in I the hands! organisation e I for good t throughout tho
A .section struck in the form of an I I of the I largo ,dealers, anil jeelchc'. l .. over state und, considering Its number of I
tenU cone, coming from the south the ,'ountr on February :2. I 10'JO{ :!(), as members' t the "'. T. Weeks Chapter of lt.
and A driving rain and hail "I't'-I j I determined, .liy tin* liurriiu. of ehemiH- :Starke ranks nmnng. t the bent. chapter '
at noon j, it and HO clean was the path it I 'OVERALLS OPENING"FEATURE CLOTHING TOO HIGH; I try, 11. S. departnient of agriculture. ill thee division.
that living within a block' I When the ee't of tin' .1. ))I.k-
ions< to j persons show' II Veiy I eI..iel..1 docloase since I thesurvey e'reerees J.
i I':I devastated districts. did not i I' OF THE OVERALL CLUB NOWIN of :March :31 1, I I'.lllr I und Indieation C- ison ramp have a meeting which In.
1\Iont : I of the destruction until going I COMING SUNDAY JACKSONVILLE t lire 1 that I the Nte ee'kec will I lee even usually four I Union i a your t the local IT.D. .
though stroll after the rain ceased, they smaller Meets ::1of\ thin '('ar. I c. C, entertains i them lit ci e nne'r.
suddenly on the wrecked homes I I The stock of some concerns' whose A nurse for t the" Soldier; Home In
)' : '. j jI Brotherhood Garments Will be Donned :.Moteinoru =Started in Jarttnom<- and prineipiil' ,I business, in I the inanufnvturi1 .1.ink. ..'si.o v el he' e ix posxildc'' only I through
I, : II itia und members of the Amen- as I'roft"'lpailll; , Mist-whore: (of paint\ und varnish I In which tuipen, I the I Daughters ,nr |Ilw| ('sill ts'ehe'reeey., Hfsidex I'
I! Legion were sent to guard" the I tine enter UK raw materials und who special' I donation,, are made to
five j I: They were ordered to shoot '| The following petition has been going ..Ia'ksoll'ill.tn..h, i25.--"Ilave youregietereel frequently I deal.. I i in them* commodities, the home, during the Y"''"', particularlyat
ux u member of (lies overall I th'' C Christmas. . .
( all looters detected robbing the around this w..k."To have not lieen included, in this report" season.Several '
riving I districts i whom it may ,concern, (Greet i" beg: club ?" is the cuircnt t question on The n1(icUs nf I tut ,pent me und "rosin .I scholarships. c" are maintained I .I
----- -- I In order to conserve the material\ I' Jacksonville' I streets today I Hosts I of :Ion the yards and in I the bunds. of deal- h)' the, I I' l I'> ('. of the Floridi Divu-
'I and labor used in the construction of men' have sworn to wear tho simple i "'"'.. anil jobbers, show a decided. deiTonsc lon\ these being for l worthy young,, mon
ST .\' :; COLLISION): 01' AUTOS men's clothing, we. the undersignedcitixens I' ovcnillx" I beginning i Muster: Sunday, from" t the Mt'I,1II".h, : :III.\ nil women' who can xliow direct I Confederate .
; : of Pturke send community do "until I the merchants of thm city either 11)19)I at which time t there were "reported " I lineage I 1'1"V.. T. Wookl
.. Accident Narrowly Alerted hereby agree to wear Overalls, either. craw fiSh or starve.. Tho !idea in. to I lie. 1 ni.'JKK:i I :! casks of turpentine t Chapier was fortunate to secure, one
In an :Sunday> Kvenlng blue or white, for Sunday and everyday credited with) beginning in the olllces and 4:111,72.1:) 1 round lee"lie'Is. of iris.ire on of ( hcxe se scholarships. i which has lee ne
service I| 1: attire, commencing Sunday, April of the Seaboard fchops and. is flourishing hiind. Theses" latter figures" however. given I to a. splendid,, I,I young man who it
,, St. evening nt dusk an automo 4th. und will continue to wear said ut I the I Drew Press the Southern thrown party consisting of ('0" W. T. !I! clothing until woolen clothing can he Bell telephone building and numerous llnltimore I Pittsburgh I Detroit, Imli- Much: Chapter is required to mako a .
women !Mrs. W. L. Wall, :Mrs. Dickens bought: at a reasonable price." Signatures other places, nourished. by the need of ntiapolix. Milwaukee I I : ax (hone. points "pledge to I the I I Hero Fund. This I in a ,.
nursing :>, Harold! Wall and little A. I 10. Jr., '';,: follow. forcing prices down to reason. Thei were not included! III the survey of fund I I In assist. young men of Core feule.,
of Mr. A. E. Wall were traveling :!1' So that next Sunday when you nee i popular Seaboard oath I runs I like this: !March 31 1019. The total stocks at late I lineage, whose education, has be !ninterruptoil
Whlc Starke from Brooker, where a lot of men wearing overalls, ,do not 1 "Whereas : The clothing, merchants t thoxe piiintH on February' 2. 1 IIO.! : () were I I e I de 11 i hindered i by t the World!
cepted had been on a visit to Mr. and think it is a labor union on a strike. ItI of the city of Jacksonville are asking 3lfi!!I tusk..* of turpentine I I und I I.fifiTbarrels I War .-
( U. A. W'kK.11': Wall held the I is virtually strike, but only against. ( exorbitant prices for (clothing( und ] of TOHIII' which nubtrnrtoH from I At the last state ooiivoriHon, it wa* \
er has wheel. Near the Kowandj'I the high cost a of more stylish garmentsNo Whereas: Our salaries leave not been' the, total hI (riven i on the preceding pnire '; decided, I thai I I the .Florida: I Division i give: 1
train ;', .. the track mostly traveled makes boycott of clothing merchants i is I increased sufficiently te. enable us to woulil leave fiO)28() casks of turpentine $I IOOD) ) to endow, the Florida, ttonm in J .'
turn around a brake. of high purchase clothing nt the prices asked the Confeileiate Museum ut Richmond '
the intended, only that cheaper grade of ; und 211.2H1!:! bam-In of ronin, at {
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in the I and gallherries. The road clothing will be purchased. lie it therefore all pointH covered hy the "report ofMarch "ei. This amount to be ruined !by ouch "
has sandy the speed was rather "Resolved: That wo the undersigned . : :31 IIU'.I.\ a* airuiniit ini,2KH' ( hul'tcr, \ paying' : sixty-five\ centi per' .
,, more At the same time an automo Those who will don overalls und will on Muster: Sunday or as noon casks. of turpentine and .I'lO.T'Jl: :! liar- i I nieinher. Contribution 1 !! are also niadulo ,
; I carrying Alachua county people jackets are men of many walks in life, thereafter as possible, array ournelven rein of rosin lit that time. I It In I prolialile ', Lt... :)\leui henna Monumentin' '. ;
; was coming in the oppo including our. bankers several lawyers in an ordinary suit of overalls either that the toeks, on March) 31, 11! JH) miieliuin i !Memorial' arid Jefferson,, I hey- ';
'" group direction. Both cars had their office holders printers rich men blue or. white, cued will continue to will ,he, smaller than tiey) were on ., :Memorial" :,_ _
that showing but owing to the thick and poor men If the signers live up wear said suits of overalls until the I'chiunIy. 2, mi I that the actual docieano When CroHxes of I Honor urn pr, .i"n>. "11
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T't. mentioned they could not be to their agreement it will be harderto merchants of this city either crawfish. will I ho even Creator, than Is Indicated < d. 'n I Oonfedfnitex; they" a t e' "purcliu- .
from one car to the other and tell 'noor and rich men apart thanit of- or starve. There will be no objection hy thin report nil I'Y,! the.chapter_,presenting! tho crMveiai f1.
met in the same truck. Although: is to tell commissioned military (to any of the undersigned!: wearing:' --- : I union me ,local I cnupii-r. nmbeen
driver did his best to stop his fleers from the common herd, for. there ,suits which they may Im fortunate I LABOR'S POLITICAL) ( CAMPAIGN; : : called I 1 upon to assist needy old
secure 1 in time, there was a collision not won't even be leather legginn as a distinguishing ,enough to have on hand. (One of our soldier, who were passing through our
is the 01' fiKKAT i : M MiSI111U"1I0WS: !
hut enough to bend the front mark. members ban informed us that he will town.When
) of the cars and disarrange the Our clothing merchants do not array I he able to purchase overalls for us at poxnible mat kern are plucviiat ,
.i'" gear.!: As luck would have it themselves in sack cloth and nnhes $::111) per dozen. What's your size ?") I The magnitude: i of I labor's political I I I the graven of. the Confederate: dead
Cross of the passengers were hurt. nor tear their beard over the pronpect "Organize: an overall el oh" in urged! campaign/ wan shown in striking fashIon I hy the H. I D ('. The graven of thahovu ..
\, shaken up a little from the of having to carry some stockn. in a bulletin. issued by tho Drew Sunday hy a request forwarded. to mentioned, an,) kept i in order, at
( ,' stoppage. over till next your. They ure aml!" employers nil of whom huve .1'1',1111\\ 40,0110) ( ) local union hy the American leant om .' u yeiir. where. there lire not
a cars were able to travel on and treat the thing us a good joke.Euch stilting "If several hundred men of i !Federation' of I Lahor nut illlULI non-oar- other. proviniorm' made for their i' upkeen. -
I the I and the outgoing: one returned of them now have an "overalls this city absolutely refuse to pay the I! tlniin political I compaiirn I committee ,. General; and ptiete,. lax! amounts
high i I for repairs. Soon they were opening" instead of a millinery opening ,exorbitant prices demanded! and stick II. I Ito for the appointinent I' of I 120,001)) ) poni- to $1.111 I I I p per member.,
,' I Alvarez & Graham I! nlll tee rnemherH to "Herve I tho cuum" - _. ,
( by other cars going the for F.nnter.: it for II few weeks, the cost of
waived I way and they reached Stat ke in and Griffin & Johns hnve put stncknof < I lolhinir will I surely come down. In I Thin nuniliiT, I|. time, thankful that nothing overalls! in their display windows, those Kut the "Kost of (Clothing Klubs announced, will he in addition,I to the PARTY
!'; I j ..' hud befallen them. und Sternberg says in today's Telegraph there are no dues., nxxenxrtients, or eel,- committee appointed" hy city e I central I
months -- - .-. ----- : "Buy your Easter overalls" atSternberg's. I libations other I him overalls hodioH and "other, oriraniy.ati"rm. It UcHliniatod Last FI i that ]I KKFKIENDKII: : : .\:" TRAITOR I ." ____ _-_ -- ...ACHRISTIAN- -- -- that I there scenic may he 1.111'111'1il.I..1I: celebrated her tenth '
I The time may come yet when our nearly. (.5)).01 ii) el est meet conirnitt''e, i I enKntvil birthday aririiverHitry I by delightfullyentertaining i
their '" Varhorough l'a) M I Kindness. hb"condinlt' )' eountry correspondents will say, in In (tll" work of the non-piirtiHan I e a number' of.I her friend
;\ I! .\ With Properly their! account of marriages that leave There will be preaching at the Christian lahor .ciiinpaiiT"' all working, in harrnoriy at tin, home, .of her parents/ 1\1 r. undMm. ,4
the i taken place: "The tall groom looked I church every second Sunday under a carefully worked out J.1.: :Mitchell c I / nil Went :Mudixon,
pital, I two weeks ago two strangers i manly in a suit of conventional overnils. morning and night beginning: April. scheme of cooperation.The street."
in Starke looking( for work. ." I llth, hy Rev. John Mullady. All are letter to the local unionn, niirn'd .\ color schema of pink and white
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:: : met up with Joe Griffin living: Overalls are closely associated with > invited to come.MirillOIMST. ,' hy Samuel (;toinpern., Krank Morrlon wax used in the charming decorations,
of town. and importuned I oil cans anti monkey wrenches, and itis .-. ._-- .. and .(amen ()'('enree'll of the rxecu- crepe "paper, dog-wood hlonnorna and
At : ; : to give them jobs. !Mr. Griffis re- to be hoped that this movement : : I tive rcimmittee, recalU that whilw in pink tar riieticeris' being: combined to
avan consented to hire them and I which I is spreading over the country tilt lllf) I cumpaiffn!: the rnemherHhlp I of gracefully deck the reception and ''lin
ville ,'( them to bin home. will nerve to "throw a monkey ,,, Sunday school, 9:4!:) a. in.. L. A. the federation, wan 1.4'.0.1100.( it Is now cog roornx
(' I (' of the men, who gave his name' wrench in the machinery" of clothing!: I Davis, superintendent., 4.0711.770.$ ( a team: of more than 3,000-\ I IillIc I :MiFunny c I Darby. uimintedthe I
Call: .. I i I Frank Yarborough, persuaded Mr., manufacturers and jobbers and stop I IF I Preaching i and .communion 11 a. m.I 000 in four years.I.nhor'H popular, young: hontesn. in untuning "-
truck |I to be his security for a suit of F their profiteering. Jacksonville ban I Kpworth: League 0:45: : p. m. cumpalirn" thiiH far U lianedon her, guont Pinning: the tail on' the
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I i Monday night Yarborough I started overalls clubs and other i Sacred concert 7:30 p. m. th.. rreed "Hupport" our frieniN\ ; defeat Hunter: rabbit wan the favorite gurnoof ,
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the \ ,' with his new clothes and I I towns are thinking about it. but no | Prayer meeting, Wednesday' 7:30: p. uur ,'".'rny. the afternoon," Leilu I lea Andrews
in pu a watch belonging to Eugene:: i far Starke seems to be the only place Newts efnuriutiriK ft urn hieiecliiiamte.eeecit i j winning first prize, a pound box of
". a brother of Joe Griffis. Tho I i in the state outside, of the metropolis :i m'J.. C. DIGGS) Wunhlnifton U heinif sent "regularly candy, and' Doris Trucey" the booby ?,f
l' not for .. ( named, carne to Starko Tuesday that has really adopted the scheme.Those I Pastor. to tl". more" than fiOO) ) helper journal" pri/.f. a. gold egg. 1',
swore out a warrant for, the ar. who thus far ha"llo'n(1: the tend niHiruzinefi throughout the coun- The beautifully adorned" dining taI :- .
ard short of Yarborough: for the theft of f overalls I petition i ar! : I I Nclnon Green; I. C. Powell L. A. I try. ThoUHiinds periutnal, lettor'H I i /bIte was centered' by n mirror ilats.aU'I' .
watch. The warrant is in the hands! I Albert Anderson, K.: R. Poppell W. I Wynn, \Honcoe Mel.uno (;('0. ('. White, are mailed daily to inform Individual, !, on which wax placed. the birthday cake ..
the shin officers and they keep a L :M. Wainwright J. T. Quigley, W. I.. i I III. D. Mott, I". P. ShatTer A. J. liar- memUem of the proifrem and ilarm. of ornamented with ten pink candle
a heavy" lookout for. the thief. Wall. L. J. Wynn W. A. Moitt G. A. i 1'111. C. K.: Aheiirn, W. A. I Dubone. J. the cumpaicn., ____ ____,___ :Mrs :Mitchell' I served 1 the. young "poor -
the warrant the watch is describ. Anderson, D. P. Carpenter. W. G. i U. Davis, Richard HarrIet W. II. Harvard - >1 le. with peach' ,cream wafers and bon (
' $250 as follows : "Open face gold. 1 plat. Stringfellow C. F. Hoover W. T. A. K. Wall D. E. Knight' R. M fJIJiri-'IV. & JOHNS OFT1VS: StriN-; / bona.I .

for The watch Junior Ball special make i,, Weeks r. A. Futeh, A. Z. Aclkinn., N. :;' Johns.. E.: S. Matthews, S. I. poek, N.'T. GM: MILi. I '1 1'1..- honoree received many lovnl.. :. ........
I smallgnldchinVaIUe. $17.00.", B. Hull, F. A. Scott J. M. )Dubone, Uitch J. J. Johrm Ii. E.: Lagergren, : birthday gifts from her guest, who
work : ---- -.---- -- Harold C. Wall William Ptruth, H. (i. E.: II. Sleenborg, It. Burrows! D. C. MplIlIl"8 O. J. Griflln and, S. R. John: I' i included I I Flon-rico. I lOlixahoth: und 1 I I"i-
the SMALL TIRE: It'ESIIVY :Mason W. J. Rppemon, J. O. Haynes, Jonen, H. M. Snyder, F. C. Hollings-' are converting their. cotton ginnery I Iia I Ih'a Andrews, Clara Louisa Peek, h
in ; J. F.::. Simmons J. O. Turner F.rrol: AIL I worth T. F. Hemingway T. P. Wall, Into a nhinple' mill having most of Julian Peek Jr., Eugene: :Matthews.
ler I Tuesday forenoon about 11:15: ) I vare/ I. E. Miner. B. M. )Dowling, II. I Carl Johns" I. F. Harris. W. W. lIalst the necessary machinery on thee i | Dorin> Tracy, Robert Tee Truxlor, VI ',- \"
sweet flue in the kitchen of :Mayor C. Austin. C. C. Johns, W. A. Crosby : d..n. W. M. Bryan, R. D. George G. ground and a huge: tock of prime cy. dIe Johns, Kllno: Jonas, Fanny Darby.Hazel C
a Hoover's residence on Clark 8tri''t Walter Thomas, W. J. Johns, J. F. W. Snellgrove.' Brooks Deal!, T. J. press block have been deposited there I Middleton, Mary Canova, Harriet -
to the ceiling to take fire. Alarm 1 KUkliter. J. C. McClendon G. C. Griffin, K. A. Weeks J. J. Smith, E. as raw material for the mill. Ititch. Etholin White, Betty MeLnno -
unless immediately given and the fire i- Sweat W. A. Bensent, Jr.. G. K. I.PW- I|Ill. Smith Jno. C. Wills, J. D. Stan- W. L. Wall will have charge of the, Evelyn and Doris Pope, Charles
; ti arrived a f'w minutes later. bu till.i W. J. Epperson:: Jr., Walter Kohl, I, sell. Blanchard D. Law. mill and will start operations a* soon, Abeam Owen Griffin Ruth Steinberg
t j men !! frP, was put out without the U9t! M M. George' C. II. Brlnson, J. C. t Anyone rise desiring. to sign this i'''as the machinery U Installed and put; Merrill :McMillan, Julia Canova Hazel!
I er, the hose. Robinson. T. T. Long Orville Grlffls | petition. may do so at any tim. In runnirifr' order. Adklns, Rub Dart Jilf

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: : Miss Daisy Lewis spent Sunday late today. They obtained a license
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Our Mr. and Mrs G. B. Coloon and performed Sunday by the Rev J. W.
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+, TIIERESSA our section Saturday af let noon. I S. Colson and son, Howard, were
Mr. and Mra. Jimmie Batten, of among the shoppers in Alachua Sat
"'' Thereeea, April 2.-Kev. E. C. Dickens Brooklyn, attended church here Sun urday. The registration; books now in the Raiford FloridaWe

9, ,of Lake City, filled his regular ap- Marvin Hazen, Mimes Clara Cone, hands of district deputies will be closed ,
:jx>intment at the Baptist church Sat day.Miss Myrtle Mersey, of Raiford, was Ila Belle Crosby and Inez Abernathy on April 6th and returned to the
urday and Sunday, delivering impressive the guest of relative during the week motored to Worthington Sunday af office of the county registration offi
Persons who have not registered!
cer.
i aermon to interested congregation end. ternoon.
q, a' *. J..V. Jones, of Hampton, was In our The Ladies Aid Society met Friday should do so at once. The books will customers and the
be at the court house during the want to say to all our general -
open
P. H. Neal and family returned last burg.Sunday afternoon.H. afternoon at the Free Will Baptist
week from Bascoma Point, near Wau. .'. S. )Roebuck is employed at church. The program for the next month of April. public of Bradford County that our business plans''

t t chula, where they had pent several Brooklyn. meeting is as follows: Freeman of Homesteadwas are to divide our profits with our customers do more ,
monthi. .Miss Minnie Hagan was a visitor to Song-By Ald.ScriJ.ture Mrs. Henry ,
a week-end guest at the home of business and with smaller margins, which allows us to j'
'
for
Ury G. Sapp, a candidate tax Hampton Thursday.
Reading-Inez
' hi.r k' collector, of Raiford was electioneerIng -'' ", 'J.'$. Griner, of Brooklyn, attended Lord's Prayer.ReadingMr. Abernathy her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Wm. Ed make the same amount of money.t}

I nour community a day or two services here Sunday night; .. L. L: Johns. wards.
visitor to Hampton I And when you want to buy Oats, Hay, Sweet Feed
during last week. While here he was J. L. King was a Discussion, "The Benefit of the Aid"
1, the pelt of his niece, Mn. C. Sulli '.Friday morning. -Mis. W. S. Nabh. SAMPSON CITY Shorts, }Flour Hardware of any kind, Saddles, Bridles,

van. Ed Smith, of Gainesville and Alvah Essay, "Christian Harness' or anything else in that line, come to see us, x, '
a H. S. Roebuck and Simuel Holder, Saxon, of Hampton, and Misses Nellie Duty"-Daisy Sampson City, April 2.-Rev Crosby h I
;: spent several day last week at Green and Bertha Dees were motoring in our Lewis. filled his regular: appointment here and if we haven't got it we will get it for you. r
Cove Spring. section Sunday afternoon. I Quotations-Willie Mae Nabb, Daisy : Saturday and Sunday.
Lewis, Elma Shaw and Inez Aber Also if want Shoes, Hats, Ladies Hats, Caps,
8. B. Woodard has returned to The farmers in our community are Berry Kelly, of Graham, attended you I.. '
Bridgend, where he is employed, at* busily engaged; in planting their crops.E. nathy. church here Sunday. all kinds of P.res' Goods, Staple Goods, Hosiery, Nov .
ter a few days visit here with his family C. Hcrsey motored to Starke on Song, "Blest Be the Tie That Hindu" L. Brown was a visitor to Graham elty Dress Goods, Notions, and anything else In that '
Sunday afternoon. Bt'nediction-MfII. P. M. Barefoot.
M HCharlie Sunday morning. .
In from New Elder Hayes, of Gainesville, will of line, come to see us. '
rhillips came Mrs. E. H. Smith and children, ;.I i.
left Sat BROOKER preach at the Advent church Satur. (
River Wednesday night und here
Gainesville, spent the week-end !
We also all kinds of Ford Automobile Accessories
day and Sunday. Everybody cordially carry
;, urday for Larkins where he will have with relatives.
employments. Brookcr, April 2.-Rev. E. B. Joy invited to attend these services. A. L. Anderson and family have all kinds of Groceries, all kinds of Furniture 1;
R. M King was a visitor to Palat- ner, of Dukes, filled his regular appointment The Pine Hill Lodge No. 9 will hold moved to Lulu. (when' we can get it), have a large new Corn Mill, and '
ka Thursday on busineHs. here Saturday and Sunday its! regular) meeting Saturday after. Among those from here in Starke all kinds of Seed, and almost anything the farming j '
Sam Swlndel was a visitor to Hampton lie was accompanied by his family noon. All members are asked to be this week were Mrs. E. H. Smith, .
Wednesday afternoon. Sunday. present Misses Allie and Bertha Sloan, Messrs class of people needs, and when you want anything in r

a MUs Minnie Hagan left Saturdayfor Mrs H. S. Warren was on the sick Mr. Dukes, of Five Mile, attended Earnest McKinney and L. Brown. that line we want you to come and see us. 6
Miami, where she will visit relatives list last week, but l is improving church here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney,
Messrs. Chester Andreu and Eustis Ila Belle Crosby is suffering with Jr., of Graham, were visitors here We also buy your Syrup, buy your Sweet Potatoes
Mesdames Jno Phillips and I/. A. Kelly, of New River, were visitors to her eye, Sunday. buy your Chickens buy your Eggs, and buy anythingyou
Hall visitors to Hampton Wed Hrooker Sunday afternoon. J. C. Cone
were! the
spent week-end in
1: nesday. John I'mholxter spent Tuesday In Lawtey. Miss Irene Thomas passed through have to sell, and want to sell you what you have to
here enroute to Y
'' W. A. Jones was a business visitorto Gainesville on business Miss Edna Baxter spent Thursday Sunday Hampton. buy. ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown and childrenof
the county seat Friday. Tom ChaRtain, the Coca Cola man, in Alachua shopping.
Graham, were visitors to the former's Any goods bought at our store that are not what ,
i Miss Ida Hagan was visitor to of Lake Butler, was in town Monday '
Cephus Harrell, of Old Bradford '
Mr. and Mrs J. Brown.
New River Wednesday. afternoon.Mrs. attended church here Sunday parents of we say they are, any customer can bring it back and we
'y W. B. Baker and son, of Lake Ge. E. L. Crosby and son, Abe, Messrs. G. night. Miss Louise Higginbotham, refund their
B. Colson ;
E. B. Andreu, Baldwin, attended church here Sun. money.
neva, attended church here Sunday. spent Saturday in Alachua. Jr., E. M. and A. A. liazen S.: V. An- '
Mesdamos J, E. Owsley, C. A. N. E. Baxter, of South Carolina, is dreu and H. P. Gainey are/ out on a day.Mr.. and Mrs. Willis Dyal of Palat- For the last ninety days we have had a nice trade
Rhamei and Miss Eloise Owslry wereb 'home on a visit with his parents, Mr.
fishing trip to Lake Geneva and other but we still want
ka, were visitors here during the week more.
b Visitors to Brooklyn Wednesday af and Mrs J. D. Baxter. points.E. .

ternoon. Miss Tave Andreu spent last week T. Stewart, of Willeford, spent end.Mr.. and Mrs Bryant Duggar, of During the last few months the A. D. Andrews
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton with relatives in Alachua, returning
k spent several days recently with home Saturday, the Willie week-end here with his family. Palatka, were visitors here Saturday Company have shipped two car loads of Cotton, four

i. relatives. and friends. Hazel Warren spent the week-end with f1' ends.Forsyth spent Sunday here and Sunday. car loads of Corn, a car load of Fat Cattle, a car load of
)a : Mr. and Mrs Lawrence and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Duggar, Mr.
here.Miss N. D. Johns, of New River Hogs, three car loads of Sweet Potatoes and two
in
a Jenkins, of Brooklyn, motored here on Ina Strickland, of Layetteville! was and Mrs. Jesse Thomas made a business car
business Saturday afteinoori. N. C., who has been visiting here at town Sunday afternoon. trip to Lake Butler Monday. loads of Cane Syrup.
Mrs. II. D. May and children were the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Warren Alvin demons" attended church here Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Bais-
Sunday. den were transacting business here We do not mention this in a boasting way. We
visitors' to Lake Geneva Friday and left Thursday for points in Geor.
enjoyed a fish fry while there. gia, where she will visit relatives and Prof. Scan, of near Worthington, Monday. only do it to show you our farmers and stock raisers
Sam Swindol was among the viai-/ then return home. Her many friends was a pleasant visitor to our town Miss Ere Edmondson spent the still know how to make
s. torn to Hampton Saturday. here miss her greatly Sunday afternoon.Dr. week in Alachua with her brother Wil. money.

r Mr, and Mrs. Ben Banner visited relatives Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son, Clarence Tribble, of LaCrosse, passed lie Edmondnon.
at Starke aturday night and and Miss Beadie Croft spent through our burg Thursday afternoon. Mrs. A. J. McKinney, of Graham, ..,.
Sunday. Saturday in Alachua shopping Lucian Powell, of Alachun, wad in was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. ,\
Messrs. M. Z. and C. Sullivan were Mr. Dukes, of Alachua, was In our town Saturday afternoon. W. E. Edmondson, Monday
Visitor to Hampton Wednesday afternoon burg Saturday afternoon Little Sarah Kelly, of New River, Mrs. W. H. Sloan and L. Kite were :i
Messrs. Algar and Olson Thomas, la here this week visiting at the homeof visitors to Graham Tuesday A D. ANDREWS COMPANY
i Mr. Taylor returned Tuesday to his of Miller, attended church here Sun her sister, Mis. A. A. Hazen. Mrs. S. E. Jones made a business ,
' home at CenevaL, after a few days' vis. day. Mrs.' Tiercy Roberts is occupying trip to Gainesville Thursday for the
It here. Mr. Taylor is very much Fled flaxen spent Friday in Jack. the Lynn cottage next to the school. purpose of getting material to builda Raiford Florida
pleased with the settlements in this sonville. Dave Green was in town Saturday house ,
part of our country. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dukes, of Dukes, Rev. Dickinson, evangelist of the Hogan Smith and Miss Bertha Sloan
Percy Griffin and Rance Johns, of attended church here Saturday night. Advent church, who has been engaged were visitors to Waldo Friday.T. .
Hampton, and Misses Nellie and Bertha Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Johns are occupying here in a series of meetings E. Oldham was a business visitor -

u, Dee., of Starko, were motoring in the Andreu cottage. "u..7.., f ui T canton _W"'IWill__L"___ ,.. __,_..left. .DO Fri.engaged here Tuesday.

; in another series of meetings. .- -
-- -- -
Mrs. Ruben Dyal, who has been ill
with pneumonia, is somewhat Improv. II
ed at this
writing.
4 I f GENERAL INSURANCE Mr. Thomas, of Cooler Pond, was in I 1E

Y y HAROLD' ,C. WALL town School trading Is progressing Saturday. ni ely. u

I. W. Pinholster, Jr., made' a trip Diamond Tires I
4 STARKE FLORIDA to his farm Monday afternoon.
; Rev. C. Moody, of LaCrosse, filled

''I' FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE Sunday.his regular appointment at Little Rock i '

Mrs. D. W. Kelly, of New River, N:
was in town one evening last weekon "
- business. We have a most complete stock of auto ..t
sa Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clemons, who

2 "I help take the tire out have have returned been visiting home. in Jacksonville, tires and tubes, at the following prices: !

'': of tire trouble" Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu, of Old ,
I ISmooth'
Bradford, attended" church Saturdayand

Chesterfcld Sunday.
Be sure and attend Sunday School Squeegee Grey Red ,
'7 ..4 1 Attaboy! Event next Sunday afternoon at the Missionary Size Type Tread Tread Tube Tube .
LIGHT Baptist church at 2:30 o'clock and 30x3 CL' $13.20 $15.10
job seems at the Free Will church at 3:30.: $2.80 $3.40

'; easier if you can "draw" on Jno. Shriver is having improvements 30x3 CL
Chesterfield. made to his home. ft 17.20 19.15 3.35 4.00

0 Mr*. M. P. Matheny and children, 32x3/ SB 19.95 22.40 3.80 4.45
Those fine Turkish and of Starke, spent the weekend here

Domestic tobaccos and that with her husband.M. 31x4 CL 26.30 29.95 4.50 5.0532x4

'I can't be .copied Chesterfield P. Matheny motored to Lake SB 26.85 30.45
Butler Monday morning 4.65' 5.25
'
} ; blend "satisfy" as no other Mr. 33x4 SB 28.10
Eddy, agent for the Singer 32.00 4.85 5.50
i r blend of tobaccos ever did sowing machine, was in town last 34x4 SB 28.80 32.65 5.05 5.70
e week.
i before.
Rand Crews was a business visitor
32d /'z SB 36.45
to Starke Saturday afternoon. 41.15 5.95 6.70

Mr. and Mrs. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. 33x4 ft SB 37.50 42.50 6.10 6.85 '.

Wilson, of Starke, spent Sunday here 31x4Yl SB 38.75 43.80 6.25
7.00
at the home of Mr. and Mrs R. A.
35x41236x4 SB
a Week. 40.55 45.80 6.30 7.03

P : hire P. M. Barefoot spent Tuesday ft SB 41.10 46.50 6.60 7.45
In Ala'hua shopping

Mr. and Mrs. N. T, Rltch. Mr. and 33x5 SB -_ __ 50.75 7.33 8.25: ,
Mrs O. J. Griffin of
Starke, spent 35x5 SB 46.25
Sunday afternoon here at the home of 53.80 7.65 8.60
Mr. and Mrs R. A. Weeks 37x5 SB 48.95 57.00 7.95 8.90

I I. W. Pinholster, Jr., made a business
trip to Starke Wednesday afternoon
DO- IOE3OI socaoi IOCXOI= locaeo i


" : I] Plasterers and Bricklayers p Friday-M. P.afternoon.Matheny motored, to Starke We also carry WEED CHAINS, Auto

"I Never -Keep Soap Polish and
fS o n Knew You Could Mechanics Tools.
1
D $1. to $1.25 paid first class mechanics. Strictly What Out of a Butcher Shop i
Ralph Watkins says: "Figur I
t open shop conditions. No strike. Steady em. U UU ed rats around store had enough to eat

<, ployment in Miami, Fla. Write for information, clous.and wouldn't touch anything

U p it a trial. Result' were wonderful., gar All Quigley Lumber & Co. :

P. O. Box 1177 Miami Fla. .... rats eon in ten days. Dogs about Supply
tore day and night never touch RAT. ,1
il : H J SNAP'" S sizes. 26e, fOe, $1. Sold f Mi
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FRIDAY. APRIL'2. 1920.
STARKE. FLORIDA
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
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1 i["" Bradford County Farmers ;ILLINOIS DOCTOR WRIGLEYS




'KILL TilE CUTWORMS! AND

PINK BOLLWORM THREATENING SAVE THE GROWING PLANTS I PRESCRIBES

III

: COTTON INDUSTRY OF U. S. ll, Directions Bait for for Killing PreparingPoisoned Worms TAN LAC-SAYS HE HAS NEVER Asa WY

KNOWN MEDICINE TO PRO-
I There is more than one kind of poi
g Florida Plant Hoard Quarantine ONE MILLION HOLLARS DAMAGE soned bait that can be used in destroying DUCK RESULTS LIKE

., Against Dangerous Material DONE IIV THE RATS l cutworms, but the so-called Kan TAN LAC
sass mixture is recommended by J. R.

Gainesville, March 27._The situation KMtimate Show hats Cost Country Watson of the university of Florida Dr. B. H. Elder, M. D., with offices
410 Shradskl Bldg., Peoria, Ill., Here'sto
brought about by the discovery of Huge Sum YearlyAs experiment station. I at
the pink bollworm in three counties of Prepare a mixture of 20 pounds who has been in active practice for

southwestern Louisiana, coupled with ,, an agent of destruction and a bran, 5 pounds cottonseed meal, and 1 over forty years, says has: before teeth Vappetite
the reappearance of this pest in south carrier of diseases, the rat is classed pound paris gre n. Prepare another "Medical science never :
medicine that brings
l
Texas where it believed to mania of water 2 produced a results '
areas was among most dangerous enemy. mixture 2V4 gallons quarts
have been eradicated Is regarded: as a :i Estimates show that rats cost this molasses or syrup and three or four like Tanlac. I have been pre- *
erlous one by the State Plant Board country more than $1,000,000,000 every lemons. The entire lemon should be scribing it some time with remarkable

of Florida and every effort is being year. This J is a staggering sum, grated or ground fine. Pour into the results. Personally stomach I had suffered The flavor digestion %
put forth by the board and its Inspectors considerable of which would be saved, the dry mixture enough of the wet for years from trou-
to prevent the introduction of this : if people would only make a determined mixture to make the mass decidedly ble and rheumatism and had devotedmy lasts-and theelectrically

dreaded pest into this tae in shipmens effort to get rid of these pests. damp but not sloppy, and of such consistency best thought trying to find relief
of cotton cotton seed, cotton Some of the larger cities are spending that it will fall in fine flakes but to no avail. After eating, gas -
reed hulls and similar materials. thousands of dollars to exterminatethe when sown broadcast. would form in my stomach and affect -

The pink bollworm was found in rat and the results are easily seen This bait should be put out after my heart, causing poor circula- sealed
Texas In 1917, following the shipmentinto In the decrease in deaths from con- sunset so that it will be fresh and attractive tion, cold hands and feet, dizziness,

that state of quantities of cotton tagious diseases. when the worms come out to peculiar feelings, terrible headachesand package S.

need from Mexico, into which country, That the rat is an expensive boarder feed in the night. If the following days I'I'i. cramps.' The rheumatism painedme
it appears, the pest was introduced by l is shown by that fact that a single i cloudy the bait will remain attractive so I could hardly stand to move brines t

shipments of cotton seed from Egypt rat cannot exist under at least a centa for the second night, otherwise it my legs or arms.
several years ago Efforts were immediately day That means that every rat on will have to be renewed if the cutworms I "I had a patient who had also suffercd

made by the Federal Horticultural your premises is costing you a cent have not been brought under for years with the same trou-
Board to stamp out the Tex every day. This does not include dam control. If properly sown it will fall ', ble as mine, and although; I did allI

as infestations, and with a very fair age to buildings; furniture, etc. in such small flakes that fowls or) oth- I I could for him he got no better. i WRIGLEYSto
degree of success. These attempts Many solutions of the rat question er birds will not pick it up. One days after he had been away for

J were, however, severely handicapped have already been suggested: but perhaps In a field of cabbage better protection about six months, he came to my
by a few cotton farmers in the infest the best and most effective manner will be given the plants at a less office and never in my life have I

N ed area refusing to co-operate with of getting; rid of this pest is by cost for material if, instead of being seen a man look better or seem to you with all its
the government i In refraining from poison sown broadcast, the bait is placed in feel better than he did. He told me
f cotton growing long enough to starve : small piles about the stalks of the Tanlac was what had brought about goodness perfectlY

3 out the insect. Thus a few contrary WATCH FOR RED SPIDERS plants or scattered along the rows. the wonderful change. I began try .
individuals, taking advantage of inadequate Instead of both cottonseed meal and ing the medicine at once with the ( preserved.

i Texas laws, were able to largely : : A Liberal! I'ne<< of Sulphur Will Con- bran, either may be used alone, in results that a few bottles relievedme i j
nullify the work accomplished by trnl This Pet\ which case 25 pounds is used. Bitter entirely of stomach trouble, rheu- J

the expenditure of over one million molasses, such as New Orleans, stale' matism and all my other ailments

dollars appropriated for this undertaking Red Spiders are a pest likely to give bran or meal, should not be used in Although I am an extra hearty eater Sealed lit.h

by congress. trouble during the spring months by making this bait. The mixture must nothing ever disagrees with me any

)ja Within the past two month the pink attacks on a variety of plants, among be made up fresh each day from sweet, more. I have prescribed Tanlac i incases

bollworm has been found In great which are peas, strawberries, beans, fresh material. of rheumatism, kidney and / Tightwn -
numbers at Cameron and Johnson's bladder disorders and a run dot
citrus and cotton. They also be but
may Where there are few cutworms
Bayou in Cameron parish, Louisiana, condition with wonderful results, andI
t
found on violets and camphor. The the easiest, quickest and cheapest
feel that I ought to give experience KePt
and other in this Parish my
at points and
remedy suggested for this pest by J. method of dealing with them is to walk
In the Parishes of Calcasieu and Jef with Tanlac to the publicfor S.
R. Watson, entomologist at the
experiment
through the patch in the early morning -
ferson Davis. The pest has also appeared station, is a liberal use of free I and look for plants which were "the benefit of suffering human Right !

at Texas points outside the sulphur\ or one of its compounds.Free cut off during the preceding night. By ity. w ,
area thought to be infested. It has Tanlac l Is sold by druggists every
of its
sulphur
or some cornrounds scratching the earth away from the ee
also been found that large quantitiesof mtv be used by applying dry base of the plant the worm will usually where.-Adv. N
seed from these sections have been in the form of Free sulphur \
or
a spray. be found at a depth of not more
distributed for planting and much better than a thousand acre.
millingpurposes Is the per
one of best remedies. It is! than an inch.SORGHUM .
Y to various points in Texas Strawberry plants for next season'scrop '
somewhat slow< r in action than some + All WRIGLEYS I S
and Louisiana. The pink bollworm I is. of the sulphur compounds often taking are coming in in quantities anda
A GOOD GRAIN: CROP ; I..r..lli' i
essentially a seed-infesting Insect and little rain"and warm weather will 1
two or three days or more tr> d
>> ... ...
z, it attacks the growing bolls. with avid its work, but it remains active for a 1 I --- make large bushes for the early berries :>m r PERFECT C.'JH.
Of all the forage grown( i in -
ity. As several crops ; Plant Courier
t high as hundred of long time of next winter.- City
," frequently two or threeweeks Florida, sorghum is one of the least
the
worms per plant have been found 1 Friday.
and usually kills the mites. The
fn some infested sections.It appreciated, says John M. Scott of the I" --- - : -'
is almost a certainty that there sulphur can be .pplied dry, and driven Florida Experiment Station Rio farm IMMUNITY TO HOG CHOLERA I 5 c. c. of virus i Ir.to the animal* when LATE BLIGHT OF IRISH POTATOES .

H are infestations In Texas and Louisiana into the vines by hand, or shakeninto : system is complete unless a fair LASTING they: had, attained weight exceeding, MAY BE UESTRUC1'J'Ej
the vines
through a lonely woven : of is devoted the ,
amount to
still undiscovered and this makes space -- many cases, 200 pounds. None of -
n* the shipment of cotton seed, hulls, low cloth It is or better a perforated to mix can.three parts of:, growing of this valuable,forage and A series of recent experimenls ort Iln hogs contracted cholera. The ex- Recently we called attention of the 9'\

grade!: cottons and even high grade dry sulphur with one pound of hy grain crop. duration o( immunity to hog cholera pePl.Wftii) appear to disprove assertions potato growers to the necessity of bering
baled cotton to other states a very dra. ted ]lime.( The lime can be bought I is A large area of our sandy pine land following Simultaneous inoculation of by sOfn oulefvers) that simultaneous on the lookout for late blight, and

ji dangerous procedure at the present t or "lie, ; made by adding 32 pounds ((4gallons :I sorghum better adapted to the growing of young; pigs supports the conclusion Inoculation of yoVP-g: pigs is be ready for spraying because this
will
time. and produce a larger not lasting and that !Immunity disappears account of the lateness of
) of water to f'vllry200 poUTldi that the protection is lasting. The investigations season, on
To meet this situation the Florida of quicklime./ Mix hydl'alfj time and yield than of corn. Sorghum can be were conducted at Ames, at stages of growth variously the crop, the blight may be expectedto
riant Hoard has adopted is planted early in the spring about the placed from time to 60 or
and enforcing sulphur thoroughly. Iowa, by specialists of the United weaning up be of much greater importancethan
two quarantine rules. The ; same time as corn; or it can b@ plant- States of agriculture. CO pounds in weight. usual. Information from Sanford *
The best department
r+ first prohibits results will be obtained Ly ,pit from the middle of March until .
unconditionally the that the has already -
gives out blight
Altogether 171 Jnoculattd when
applying the dust : pigs
at night or in the1early
Jim will
shipment of any cotton, cotton seed, The earlier planting produce -> been found there and in one
morning when the air is A week to six weeks old and exposed ,
linters, hulls or used cotton ginning and the plants are wet with dew quiet heavier yields. The cultivation1 to hog cholera at times varying from HAS WIN- field to such an extent aa to kill some P
ns tot
of the Is the that !
machinery from as
points Into Texas or Louisiana the dust adheres better then. It worksbf'tter crop same 6 Month to 9 months and 20 days later of the foliage. This is so early in the ,
Florida. corn. ware found to season that, in combination with the
E' when the nights are moist and without exception
The other it Valuable TER WORN
quarantine Sorghum 0 for dry
rule applies to the days bright and sunny, for under crop. ie immune to that disease.Three lateness of the crop, indicates that the
shipments of these materials from forage, silage, gtSHt crop, or ai a soiling
these conditions the of the pigs however died blight may become of extreme im-
oxidation of the ,
S tales other than Texas There red a number of goodvarieties
and Louis crop.
sulphur takes during-< the period of from portance. Therefore, every potato I y
ti iana. It is not the board's desire place more rapidly. Asa such as Auttiac; Orange, exposure YOU DOWN
or other than hog cholera. should! get ready to begin his h
U, intention to spray, from one to five pounds of Amber causes grower
f others.
prevent shipment of seed, Early and a host <*
etc., from points where there sulphur to fifty gallons of water can There was no apparent ill-effect ..; spraying for late blight at least immediately -
is
no be used., from the simultaneous inoculation after sign of the disease
in
danger of the pink bollworm occur KEEP THE GARI CULftVATEW. : D SICKNESS THAT LINGERS, OR any
1 N ring but a general Of the compounds of sulphur, lime- any of the pigs. is bs en: !d in the field, Even
'. regulation of such shipments supervision Is and sulphur is one of the best. Use about have experienced- very" rainy There was no difference in the im STRAIN OFD CAkING FOR OTHERS though there lifd M actual signs of .

In order to prevent Texas necessary or one gallon to seventy gallons of water winter with a high; percentage'a : of munity of pigs from immune and non- MAKES; SPRING DAYS the disease it is of course much safer y

Louisiana material finding its way Indirectly Use either the commercial' prod- cloudy weather. The effect of *M\ s I : Immune SOWS DANGEROUS to begin spraying when the plants ant
through shipping points ink uct, or mix eight pounds of lime and combination on the soil has been t1\(!' Pigs that were approximately one r ama';, from 5 to 6 inches jibov i the ;jl

other states to Florida. For this reason fight pounds of sulphur. Cover the retarding vegetation to a consider* week old received JO cubic centimetersof CET BACK YOUR $TREN<3TII ground. Spray thoroughly and repeat -

the board requires that all ship lime with about six quarts of water, able extent, especially with the more anti-hog cholera serum and % c. c. the operation about .every 10 0 ,

ments of cotton, cotton seed and cotton and as the mixture begins to heat add delicate crops'. To counteract this considerable Of virus. Pigs that were three weeks' RED, itLQOD MEANS OLD-TIME: days I'ir,
seed hulls from these states be the sulphur slowly. When the slacking hoeing and raking should be oldOr''more received from 16 to 20
accompanied? .by.a permit Issued by the In over cool the mass quickly by done In the garden. Where the soil c. of serum' and irons /4 to % c, c. of PEPTO-MAtfCAN the 4....- O formU// )* perfectly efficient

t; i-inni commissioner, Gainesville, Fla. pouring: cold water into It. j seem to be unduly packed, it will perhaps virus BUILDS RICH, BED BLOOD for control of thi disease, if '

Such permit is Issued upon the filing I I1fornlnlt" be necessary to do considerable Immbnity was tefettfi! by injecting applied in a thorough manner, under
of proper affidavits by the shipper, "Found Seven Kati Dead in Rin Next plowing and spading up to pet a light Perhaps yotfVe been ill this winteror high' pressure, and in suffloiVnt quan

these affidavits stating where the cotton open and porous condition which is no others in the family have, and tity. t
or other cotton product has been Robert Woodruff says: "My premises necessary for the production of crops AFTERGRIP you've worn yourself out with---- e-..t-..-. ,
Blown, together with certain other were infested with rats. I tried of all Kinds. One of the most Important WINTER: COLDS- burdens. And now your strength is I EAST STARKE I.t ;
information. Proper forms upon HAT-SNAP on friend's recommendation. points in production of garden slow to return. v

which to apply for permits to ship cot. Next morning found seven dend crops Is not to allow grass and weedsto I' BAD BLOOD Week after week you've felt too East Starke, April 2. -JIiss Lena
ton seed, etc., may be obtained from rats In bin two near feed box, threein grow on the land. TIre fertility and You are pale thin, weak-wftb tired for anything, and' have looked Carter is spending a few months in f
1 Wilmon stall. Found large number since. little vitality. Your liver is it, too-color bad
Newell, Plant Commissioner. moisture that produce weeds should sluggish eyes dull,, and no Tampa with Mrs F. L. Stringfellow.
It is No 11m.from\ dead rats-RAT-SNAP and the bad blood causes enthusiasm.
realized
that the imposition of be diverted to the growing vegeta your There will be an Easter hunt
those quarantines ut this time, when dries them up. Next thing I have ever bles. stomach muscles to lose their elasticity When you don't feel well'you are jut, the Randolph school house egg Sunday
p state! quite extensively for planting; and guaranteed by I). C Jones and J, CREST OF mmRE'SOS AT -then indigestion.Dr. right now is the good blood tonic, "body
I > invited to come and bring
purposes, will entail some inconven M. Mitchell. PLANT CITY HAS BRETT PASSED Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Pepto-Mangun.( Physicans everywhere eggs. t
ience upon cotton pnnters. However made from wild roots and recommend Pepto-Mangan for
i the protection afforded by these precautions -, The crest of the strawberry, season barks, and free from' alcohol or anemic people. Ask your rundown doctor -II Quite Sunday a crowd night attended prayer meeting
at
i 1 SOUTH IS TURNING narcotics, is the great and powerful about it. Randolph. ;
;' fully justifies\ the slight Inconvenience seems to have been paused. There blood purifier of to-day. Ingredients the Pepto-Mangan supplies Scott Green, of Plant City was the
resulting from the were C8.1S2 quarts of berries shippedin things that blood-starved people I C.
antine. printed on This guest; : of his cousin, Mrs. J. Carter
lack.
wrapper. a
It
the past three days. For the puts iron and vigor in
provirus the
Friday afternoon.
a loss of from, 17 to fjO! AGAINST three tonic, in liquid or tablet form is blood. It paints the
percent of the CALOMEL days 104.GSK quarts were just what you need to give cheeks in Nature's JocK Howe passed through; our burg
cotton crop in other countries and entomologists shipped. However, as the quantity of vim. vigor and vitality. you way, and restores the hearty Monday afternoon enroute from i
of the United States berries offered has appetite.
department
decreased the price '
Take the Kingsley luiu.ASPIRIN .
of agriculture! estimate that has increased. Tuesday's Discovery' as directed The blood is naturally !
high price sluggish In
if this pest bo ones established in this. Mr. Dodion the "Liver Tone" was 45, low 32, average 40 cents per and poisonous it will matter search out impure and the Spring and the whole ;family I \

country the average annual loss will Nan Responsible for Changefor quart. Wednesday's high was 55ti, system and eliminate throughout it the would profit by taking Pepto-Man FOR HEADACHE

he not less than SO per cent. This i ius ill the Better. low 40, average 60 cents per quart. the natural channels. through gun, which tones up and builds up. I,
IF; I heavy an average lone as is caused Thursday's high was fir, low 40, average You It is plea aQt-tastlng and soon makes
Ij{ l 11) the boll weevil und would of course 155 cents per quart. the can tablets procure a trial packageof you feel better. Your own druggist I Name- "Bayer" is on Genuine

1, lie in addition to: the losses already Every druggist la town h.. noticed a There were only five ca riots, aggregating '- the Invalids' Hotel.by sending Buffalo.lOco N. Y.to has it ready for your call, and in both : Aspirin-say Bayer
n
being generally experienced from the greet falling oil in the ul of calomel ; 19,040 quarts, shipped. by liquid and tablet form, just as
you
boll weevil through must of the South. They all give the same reason. Dodaon's 'freight in the past three dnys. The MACOM, GA.-"! might say I raised prefer. I

,t It is the opinion of both entomologist Liver Tone U taking its place I express movement was 39,112 quarts.As my family on Doctor Pierce's Golden But to becertain that you get the ,

and cotton experts that the cotton It.""Calomel: IkMlMtn'e is dangerous Liver Tone and In people know. Plant City strawberries are being Medical Discovery. It is the best genuine Pepto-Mangan, ask :for it by 1/1
personally
growing industry could not survive guaranteed. by every. druggist who sell shipped in to Louisiana, it would medicine I have known for coughs. I the full name, "Gude's Pepto-Man
the persistent and steady attacks of It. A huge bottto lont cost very. much Indicate that the Louisiana: crop i let always gave It to my children and it gan.; Look for the name "Gude" on

l-oth these destructive peat.g hut if it fails to give easy. relief lu I/ver.1. not moving. was excellent, not only helped the the package.; -Adv. ,
g can of liver sluggishness and constipation Though the volume of production .
cough but also
Just auk for your money. back. will decrease from now on to the end gave them strength. Florida lands have become too
IXxluon's Liver Tone is a ileanant Last fall the Influenza left me with a uable val- I Ir
of the there to be
season, is
used
likely to bewell free ,
60 Should We. harm-. bad as range for
tatting purely vegetable remedy, cough and otherwise run-down.
'h We should hoxltute! to trade horses leas to both children and adults. Take. over a million quarts shipped before I took scrubby, tick-infested cattle. Florida J
a couple of bottles of 'Golden Is
with) a man who makes( hU living that a spoonful at night and wake up feeling I I the end.Growers going to be one of the great live 1
way.\Il'III"1I1I tioLuThe ; -" fine| no biliousness, sick headache, acid I I are estimated to have netted Medical Discovery' and it rid me of stock states of the Union, and will be Insist oo "Baytr: Tablets" of Aspirin"Ia
stomach. or constipated bowel It an average of one thousand dollars the cough and built me tip In health. helping to feed the world with a "Bs ar package, containing proper
) 2,000 direction
Quinine That Docs "Not Aftcct The HeadtfSS"SiKJf domat gripe or cause inconvenience all or more per acre for their strawber Golden Medical Discovery' la the pound steers instead of the cittle Neuralgia, for Lumbago Headache, and RheumatUm.Nam Colds, Pain,. j'
the next day like violent calomel. Talc.a .
took end IauwIve' .*""t. LAXA vies One grower remarked yesterday bed medicine I have ever used In my scraggy animals that have roamed the "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin ,
do of calomel
QUININE (l.b'....l' caD I be .. a today and tomorrow that he had received sixteen hundred family to purify the blood and drive woods and swamps and which physicians for nineteenyears. '
't>r without nuiiliil anrvuwmM or rinding you will feel weak, stole and nauseated. raised
". b the= t-W.CRovtS eWaetun uabu W Don't low a day. dollars per acre for his crop. This was out Impurities from the eyetem."-Mae. themselves as high as they were rais. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablet
gross, but the net receipts would show J. 8. MERCER No. 2140 Second St. ed-which was not very high.-Lakeland' cost few cent*. Aspirin I III trade markof
: Telegram Bayer Manufacture 01 Monoao ti -
tF I acldeeter of Salic1Uoacid.iJII V
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AY, APRIL 2, 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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L to her home in Jacksonville after a children.. The occasion was enjoyedby Defendant. I
A. HARDEE IS OPPOSED
RY
I visit here with her cousin Miss Helen FARMER BROWN all and they wished Mrs. PariiFh r Mil It MM appearing In the hjr have affidavit Mated anptnArd cause' to that the

Nauright.Mr. many happy returns of the day.J. I Marcle. Hunter, the defendant thereIn named I.aaid.nt .

I E. Clemens I. on a visit to his a of the Hint of riorlila. and eon-
o COMPULSORY MILITARY and Mrs. Alvarez and Hilly
real h.rp.lf eo that l.roet. <.. of .uiiixicna cannot .
Graham and Joe YVamripht, of Starke, Look-a-here, Brown; I jutt want daughter Mrs. J. R. Quarels, of Miami tie Nerved upon h... and !I. over the

wire Mailingover here Sunday afternoon you to buy me one of them Talking this wecJc. at.. of twenty-one yvaral and It IN the,.-

TRAINING IN TIMES OF PEACE Machines. What's the use of puttingit \' I IVarl BrC'l'nall in Drooker Saturday tie lore and orritrvri.le hereby that saId require non-reeldpnt*. tit .1'1". .defendant' to the

-_. off 7Ve'e got to have one or I'll Mil of eomiilalnt, filed In eald cause on or before

have the blues all summer so there. I Van Cone spent Saturday night; with Monitor the. .rd day of Mar, A. O. 1020
-- olhrr... the .
WOMAN AWAKENS AFTER BEING lM alliwatloni of eaid bill will betaken
When we were at war with Ger. If you keep putting it off any longerIt her sister, Mrs. C. W. Colllon.j a. confeNned. by waid defendant

many, and when the very existence of ASLEEP FOR SIX MONTHS sure will cost more, for everything j Mrs. T. L. Colson and ..on. Clyde!, It>d i. further once a ordered week that for. thIs four ordir consecutiveweek. be. pubtlMht -

civilization (as we understand civilization Is going up. were in Lake Butler Saturday. In the Jlrartford County Telrrraph.nw a

) was threatened with! Mr,!. Dora Mints, of New York, who Well, by gum there comes my Norwegian I Alvin Clemens was in lirooker Fri .|..|.''. imlihNlied In eald County and 8......
destruction .. .
has been 3 till March Wh 1S20.
I I advocated publicly] compulsory military sleeping almost continuouslysince neighbor. day.A.. W. T. WEEKS.

training, so that we might better October 7th awakened as naturally Well, you needn't keep that old II. Surrency was in Alachua Wednesday (wall Clerk Circuit Court.

equip our army with trained men and happily Wednesday as Norwegian:: feller hanging:: around here visiting relatives. By C A. KNIGHT.Deputy Clerk. .

I to match the German military ma- though her clumber had extended over for me to feed. Pretty soon his two I Frank Cone was in UrooVer Saturday A. Z. ADKIN8.

chine. At that time our unprepared- the mere regulation eight hours. Except boys l will be here and then the whole Solicitor for Compla'.oL.26.0' ..

ness was conceded by all who were suI for general weakness she is in kaboocile will be saddled on me to cook .I Mrs. )... L. Coition and. daughter, Iva OHPFIt f'OI fl'IILlCATION

I pprflcially acquainted with the facts perfect physical condition doctors for through the hot weather. I won't were guests at Mrs. T. L. Godwin's In Clrrult Court "..... of rlorlila. Rliht:

I said and will be up and about as noon stand for, so there. | Sunday afternoon. Judicial Circuit: Bradford. County In Chancery. -
and the urgent need for better trainedmen I .
was universally advocated and I as she regain use! of her legs which Howdy, Neighbor Oleson come in | Alvin CIl'lI1onll1111 the guest of his J. I. MITCHELL,

are paralyzed from lack of movement. on the porch cousin. Mallie aftcinooii. C'omiiluinent.'
Surroncy Sunday
.
demanded. No one could tell how long I ,. I ,
the war would continue. Some military I Known to members of the medical Glad to see you looking no well lit IAR V. MITCHFLL, t

-I, experts' pruphegied that it would profession ns the "soundest sleeper"' Mrs. Drown. Jt seems like coming I !Mrs. Alice! Oliver and daughter It""apinarln','n".nl. by affidavit appended I the .

not end for ten years and if we continued I I Mis. 1Ilntz.hotle case has interested home to come( over here. How you Cuntcy, were guests of Mrs. Lloyd b.ll;. fIlet!: In the I shone MaU'd came .taM
I I and batTled psychologists as well as been l all the time ? V. Mitchell., thr iMendant therein named l I. a
to send green men to Franceto is victim I Johns Sunday.Mr. nnti.n..!!)..nt. nf the elate of "I........ and the
Cope with the trained veterans of physicians the twenty-seventh Oh, pretty well Mr. Oleson. Come and Mrs. C. \\'. Col mm and Imby, rr I I of encephalitis lethargira-drend In and sit down. How did like known end le o\cr the aite of. twrniy.on.pram .
her
it Mildred of mother
I Germany was unreasonable to expect you were guests It le .10,.">fore ordered that acid nonnwlilont .
'
a "speedy, termination of the strife I "sleeping lIil'knl'lIs"-durlnll the year Staike and 1) C. Jones lIaidwac,1,.Mis, Cone Suiuluy.I I'I'I felidnnt: :":..t. la here requiredto :;
and the only one to lecover Store? m>|Nar to the bill comtilamt filed In ealitrnuie
But now that the war is happily over, 'I I I. Clarence! Nrwsom of Uradford, was : on or lMrnre Monday the 17th day of

and there is no further need for aI I During the period of illness there Gout little town; best I see here in in our section Saturday. I Mae A. II. 1H20 olhiirol.e" the allivatloiie of
wOre days when Mrs. Mintz could bepartially ,nl.l 1,111 ..lll) be tukcn e> eonfcend by, ealddrfcndiint.
I large standing army. I AM UNCOMPROMISINGLY I Florida mul prices no woivcr than in -.- .

: OPPOSED TO COMPULSORY : roused fortwo or three hoursat North Dakota. I see him have some :: Cold* Cause and Influenza I' It I. futthcr ordered that thle onlrr be pnhllnlu -
Urrp
".. MILITARY TRAINING n time, She uas given a liquid diet Disc Cultivators 8 dine at $!hi II to $100. i LAXATIVE!: UROMO QUININI!:ToMvtf remove the i In the Hreitford County Ti'lrirrepb a n.'...-
and the awakened for few
1 view of the fact that a number or to any other military system that usually a lint about name as up hom< And 'f There U only mio "Uiomo Qululre.: |I''''''*. pitlillnhed In eld county and atato.
in different sections of would I I moments at feeding time. c.u. j Thin Mnnb 1*, 1WO.
my friends tend to convert our country into _ _ Disc Harrows and McCormick Mow ;. W GROVE'S 'joeti.re ou box. SWc. I'I't | W. T. WEEKS.
Flute have written me to knowat nn armed camp in times of I -- Ing Machines I at $H!Ii./j/ () arid the leering - (1f\F.Al.1 Clerk Clrrolt, Court. ,

my attitude is in regard to comjklsory I might add however that the pl'al'e'l Messrs. W. G. Ball I and A. C. Strick. Machine at same price. Hut is Ky C. A. KNIOIIT. I .

military training in times of gress/: of the United Stales [land of Luke liutler were visitors to purty good price, same like our man's 1 II MOSKIFY. Deputy Clerk.It. -

lace, I wish now to answer those in- the Governors of the States determines Starke Tuesday. These gentlemen reently sell him at. ]He's got all kinds of repairs IF- Solicitor for Complainant.. S-10.Vt-B.14.

irks, and to define for the benefit the military policy of this coun sold their mercantile businessat for both machines too. ]He ] -
""TI( f: TO KMITOim: AND rHUHTORS:
these and any others who may be try. > Lake Kutler to R. A. Andrews, of shows me di'm talking machines. Dat All iiemone tndtbted to thi* entate of .....

Iterested in the subject exactly Yours very truly rocker.! is mighty( nice to have In the house. III Women ""..n hired 8avton, late of Rradford County
Klnrldfl. ceentHt. their '
here I stand! on that question. I' Adv. CARY A. HARDEE. Yes, I've been telling Brown how ...1.. "..101. forthwith am, and rvquneted all (...to.on.pay havtnffclHlnie 1

(OMPt'LSOIlY MILITARY TRAINING bad I wanted one but he don't thinkhe r w Her Is a message to aitelniit. ald e.tete ehall Ale the came,
I ,. from duly authenticated with the timlcmlnnfid. eni 7
can buy until he Hells some stock uftetlnc women
RAIFORI here with her parents Mr. and 1\Irs.1 ecutor within one year from late berefif or
:Mrs. W. T. Price of .
Vrl, I toll you something. Now we they' will be forever barred.Thle ,
Steve Denmark. : while Public Ky.. "I suffered 117th day or February 1020.H. .
Baiford April 2.-Mrs. Dorothy Wilma Andrews spent the week-end' From address by lion. Cary A. Har- want some place to stay we with painful. ..", ,J. STEWART. .
de house whatI
and I
build tell what
[ Schelly, of Jacksonville, is spending a here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.I dee to the Teachers' Association in she writes. "I got down I 8-27-III.4-S8. Executor.N . .

[ few days here with Miss Helen Nau- Drew Addison. annual session at Daytona Fla., De. do. Ven the boys come pretty quick with a weakness la my : qu ,
I'll buy you the talking machine and tack and Ilmb ..I ( TUk TO DFRTOK8 AND C'ftEIIITOR8
i right.A. Mrs. Drew Addison was a visitor to ember 28, 19171"Compulsory you can turn it on our board. Ve don't felt helpless and dln- All I..n. tn.h-t.t4-H. ,o the ..it.t. of M_

S. Crews of Starke was a visitor Lake Butler during the week. military training. Ido want much just some of them nice oouraged.! had about j Heater
[ over here Tuesday afternoon. Earl Whitten and Shepard Moore not know what most of the politi. sweet potatoes and some bread and a given up hopes of ever dfMii forthwith and mprnutn\\ bavin el.'m.avalniit .

lamp Andrews was a visitor to the were visitors to Lake Butler Sunday dana of our nation think about it; of sour milk. Dat vat like. Minx well agaIn when Mid ..I... cOeD fll. the ..m.. dulrAuthentic.
pan we .
.. .
friend Insisted t !**!. with th undvnlirnfMl dmlnto
| county neat Tuesday. afternoon.Mrs. Rome of them are waiting to hear from Den we can sleep in the barn on the S tratnr within on. year from (tat. ..*....,. or'
Mrince you; but I believe that the time has they will he .0...... ha......
of I
Loca Lee Cason spent the week-end Roberts Worthington universal hay. Pot be good enough. Here TakeGARDUI Thl. 87th day of February men .

} here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. was visiting here during the week come in this country for give you the money now. You go to A. M. WII.MAMfl. -

I D. C. Cason. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams of compulsory military training. The town next Saturday and buy him S87-Vt-4-2ft. Admlnlatraior.ORDRR .

Lang Bailey was the guest of Mr. Worthington spent Saturday night boy who spends a season in the army den we can all enjoy him vot? I got
will have greater regard for the
FOR PUBLICATIONIn
a
J and Mrs. D. C. Cason the first of the and Sunday here with relatives and country and its institutions. We are plenty money. rimilt C........ II.... of Florlila. WuhttiJudlolal .
j week. friends. Thank you, Mr. Oleson. You sure Circuit. Bradford Countf, la Chatw .
naturlly interested in those thingsIn
Services were held here Sunday by Wash Roberts spent Saturday night are kind. **ry.R. :. 4
which we have an investment and J. JOHNSON.Complainant. t ,
i Rev. Ware, of Worthington at the and Sunday with his family. the young man will feel an interest in Mr. Jones he told me he would cell ,,
Stoves and the I
[ Baptist church.Herbert Rev Wiggins filled his regular appointment and a eon'ern for the nation, when he Ranges on installment The Woman's Tonic KFMI.A JOHNSON. .

Hitch, of Starke, was in here at the Advent church hal invested of his youth and plan weekly payments at cash price. rfrndiint.Tt .1
town some Veil, dot is the way I buy my first ( .."....rtn.? t>. affidavit' \ apprnl to fO'a
[ Friday. Sunday. energy in its service From it we will stove in I RNI1 I began! CardnL In Mil Sled In the ahova..taUd sauce that IVIIIaJohnvnn.
this didn't have
Mamie Denmark spent the week-end Mrs. Dorothy Schelly has returned get well developed physical men and country. ii.ii S abort while I saw a the defendant therein "......... la a
much money then. I pay him all non-TMildnt of the Rtat nf Florida, and ah. I II.
not only that we will get the same development right. lie has got some good auto ii.ii marked difference. .. I.! a _ldnt of town of Rfwklnirham County 1 .
and discipline for the mind. IIII I crew stronger right nf PmHtn ... nf G.K .. .. near the .... of -
tires and Indianapolis Auto Tire It In thrrpfnr ordered that
along and It cured in* twnty-nna scare t
Every high school teacher knows thatIt I'umps with detachable handle 5.yeaguarantee. I am stouter than I Mid n..n-rMld.>nt oVfondant ha and la n."h.r t -
i, is one of our school problems, that rwiulr to appear to tha hill nf anmplatntflltKl
1 "A new note Best pump On the mar. have been In years. In paid ..u..* on or. hrfnr Mnndar. tha .
of keeping the boy in school. Why is ket. I tink' I get/ me new car when If you suffer you can nth Ar of April A. n 1020. nthorwlna the al- -
r It that our graduating claimed have appreciate what It pntlnnR of Mid hltl will ba taken .. annfoaa.
.
we've struck ft"Chesterfield the
I
boys come. never saw such lit. .
ed hv Raid d'f ndant. .
4r such a larger percentage of girls than tie plows he dhow me, vot he called means to be strong and It I. further orHrrml that this order. ha P"hIliihrd -
because welL Thousands of women work for flw. .ullv. wanka
boys Perhaps so many boys .n. a eonn*
Double Stock Plows for $7.00 Single .
the mistaken notion that Hive Cardul the In the Hradfnrd Count Tvlrcrranh. a nw pa.prr .
under
are Stock for Fertiliser .. reid and .
$3.00. Distributor credit for their good puhllnhfMl In eountr atata.March
hey have sufficient education for life'llpurpOllt's for Pat i in all Th''. 5(I. 1990.
"sharps", no $10.00. Dutch tom health. It should help W. T. WCTIKH.rirrk ..
NO result leave school 7g.a
but I and as a ( Never saw any such tools before, you. Try CardaL At all ,III!:"r.t Clwult Coat

.: my thoroughly unprepared. If that same Got a lot to learn about farming herein drugclBta. B-7S Py 0. A. KN10HT. .

bow Chesterfields do boy knew that at a certain age he the South. A. r APKINW. TVniitr. Clrra.Sollpltor .
for Complainant. 8 B Ht-4-l
l would have to enter the army for the I Val -
"Satisfy let's all go/: to Starke next Satr
usual service it in that he ;_ --
possible
A delightful selection would not beforehand be tempted to I the dinner at the 1'1..11. In hf>rliy irIvrn hat un,1i r and tiyrtiii
of fine Turkish and HBHume life's duties so prematurely.So buy you cafey; of a flnnl 01,.Kr*>. nf fnr.*l...ur. maHa
dot is a good place. I Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DaysflvuagIis and pni.'pml. In n r,Hnln ra".. pinrlln. In tha
Domestic tobaccos much for the individual but thereare _ .
-- -.- PAZO OINTMKNTfallia CIrcuIt Court uf Mradfnrd Coiitity, Florida on
other reasons for thin necessary refund. mnnfy If ; P11. tho Chanfrrv. .M" of m M ftnurt.. made ....01t",1 -
ZIFF rum Iu.hii.i* Illlnil lltwdlnn I <"PrutrudliiH a. '
harmoniously This is of ,,lli-vi>. Itililin, film anil mn on 110" Inth! lay of February, A. Ttvvn .
training. a day i you 5nI.t'i
military 1.onl'Y : ,
.,. ,. I., .,.'" V. \. .10..1* lb .al..1 l Emma: Richard In *omtlH -
blended that's preparedness, and how foolish we areas Ziff Services | >.Hnt, and 1 P!. Conway and II........ Con
April 2.- were held at wee mn ,.'..."anl.. the midfmtirnfvl an fljw lnt
drift in the fame
Chesterfield a nation to along lock church IHIIFK; FOR PIIIIUrATION! .. ... ..
and .
Saturday Sunday by Marl % ''II| ndl I.-, the Court !!" Doorof
ily of nations BO unprepared to assert Cldfts In Circuit (:.,u.l. 8i,i.t. nf Miirliln, Kltrhlkuillclnl Itrnrlfont' Cmmiy.' f.tnrl. Florida, .,n Mon.'Icy .
Kelly and Moody.An Circuit, llraiKord$ County In Chan-) .., .
Rth dnv I h
our rights and defend our homes. So the ? AnHI. A. ) .020. --
aeroplane passed over thin sec- r.ry. twrrn flit .Icvnl h...... nf eel.. to tha hlKtivmt
long an there are covetous nations in ion Saturday morning./ n. J. DYK. and ticut. Mdl.r. for each the followlnir d..
the world armed to the teeth we, who dtmplalnant.ANNIIC' perIled. mat. ,,'nl.. ultunlrd and Iwlnir In thenIi
I one-third of all the gold in the Dave Walden! and sons, Italeigh andDailey n I C of 1I..It..d l and Btiita of Florida, to t
mxHCHN I>VB.
of Hay Lake, attended churcht wIt
0 0 world arid richer by far than any other I...,,'..d.nl. '11.. Fnxt Hfilf. or 1h. Northt-ant Quarternf .
Hock ,
the
Sunday.Mr. to
It auiuarlnu liy affidavit si.nd.l .
iht NnrttiPtirtt Oiinrlnr of R.ptln 81, InTn..h'
country are simple and foolish if and Mrs. W. H. Shaw spent the I Til fllofl In II,.> Hliovn. nlnli.il, calm Hint, Annlryr ... > A Wniilh Nun... 2 9 Rant, rnnlalnln
fail to the situation OH it IK, the ili'tViHlant thrrfln* fiMim*!, I. a .n.
we grasp Twenty acrm, mota or Ima
week-end 1 here with the latter' pur- enlili'iit. nf th.. mat of lorlda, and nh. In ar
S and prepare for that day when the" ('rt8., Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Thomas <,lcl.'iit uf ralrliurn. State of Clmiricla ...,,1 A, V T OVn, R. M flirontal.1OITW Mn.tfrfor *. .
war lords ]let loose their dog; of war. ,I. over the cue of tw<*ntyunft yearn : 1I.In tlmrv- Snllrll.r. mp1nlnnnt.' H-ft'nt-4-S ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Thomas and
..
'ore .d.d Hint nald nnn-rmlili fi.nilntiti
.
From nd hildcen, of Cooter I'ond attended i anil I. lM in formally opening his campaign ..f fltimplalnt nn nr. h.fore Monday, the drd "rFrrAl.: MAHTFR'm: SAl. FIn
October church ut Rock Sunday. d..1' nf Mny A. l>. 1D2II, ulhrrwiMi. the .11.'...- NIIr. h.rr.hy. nlvrn that undrr and' Tufv
at Callahan Florida Mr. and )Mrs. Wiley Thomas andbildten tIne of Nald 1,111 will I h. taken an tnnfnuuliy I riii*. of a final drrf. of ............... mad
12, HUll.! I I., Maid di'fi'ndnnt. and .".r..... In n .,'.'.In pa..... "....,I'n. In the
of Cooter I'ond
"Military. Militarism has been the ( and Wade It In further ordered that thl nrdfr. lie. ('1.."," Court of Flmrtford rotint,, f'lor'dn, onth
Thomas and children of Montverdc ,Mi>ill.hfl. and
ruin of the world. It has cost billions attended church ut Rock Sunday _kii In the UraHfnril. Aunty TitlirKraiih." a .>ntf>rd on th. Seth liny of PYbmary, A. T).
(>f dollars has taxed the people almost irwMjiaiirr. imhlliih d In paid county and elate.Ihta 1020. wh..rpfn the said F f f. Iftnir \la enm
mil- Little Fred Shaw returned to his March HI, I '20. nlnlnant. and I.. L, Rapt,. .* at al.t
beyond endurance and has cost home near LaCrosse Sunday after W. T. WTEKB. are dofrntfnntii.' the und* ,; ,,.l'NN 8p*> lNlMti
lions of lives and untold heartaches. IppoHe 84.all) Clerk Clntult Cnurt.Hy .i.r. ..'II ..n|| before tha Court "..no. n,..,. .
encroachment upending a week with his grandperentfl ; C. A. KNK1IIT.Deputy. *>f Mrndford. County, Htarb. Florida nn Monday .
with all my might here. Clerk thr. Ath dnv i of Anrll. A. D. ..?n. |lf>. 47..
of the military over the civillower I A. n.. mews.Holleitnr twn. th* Irml hour. nf pal*. I.. ii,. hl"ht '
contend that form of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Dowling, of fur Complainant.: 4-2-1.4-Ra and heat f'lddfr. for ....h. the fnllnwlncr d*..
and
any Hampton, and sisters MUMP Minnie ...11..1 reel relate. Ittmtfd and loIn* In the .

('ompulHoiy training is a deadly menace and Ida Dowling, spent Sunday herewith :_::"nty, of BrHilford' and 8tala of Florida, tnOn .
and free institutions n ,''''.
government
to our their sinter, Mrs. T. I). Dyal. Quite ** ..... In corner of Klnimlry AvontM. and I
a tormentor of wars abroad --. -- ._ Simple.11w Rtarka ftnad In I,awtry, nnld fotintv and fflNt". I
THUMVCRCal; CAR and insurrection at home. A universal Jones-"Iut how can I love my Iv.... and hlnir In HM.. 2Jt. Tnwnnhlp S Ill, .

disarmament is the only security of a PINK-HILL anlglilxT en tnyHclf.! v. hen his (lJg< 1 howls *nufh. ..Stan houna,. 2nl.I': :...tn bullitlncr,*h.*r with thorwtn thadwiHln. .

nil night The l'orMolI-"Why, rerybrollnT .... .
universal JIl'Mce.-Adv. and the Mtock and IIxl. now In or h w*
Probably tliere: ij nootlicr car thnt every; clay -- Pine Hill, April 2,-Clyde: Shaw, of l'alY. JOIH-H-very ,u y-Just aft,.r tn K* planed In paId' ...... hiilldln :,
Krooker, made a business trip to this A |I... ,.nmm"nelnv nn the South line of F*<.
the demand of the physicianas iliion. lila' flog 'I'-l Puck.
in the
year meets section last : lnn: ffft, where It t ro.ii.N the Seaboard A1p
docs the: Ford Coupe, with its permanent week -. ... -- ''In* ItnllwNy Trark In Tnwnnlifp 5 flottth.fnt '
Virginia Colson had an her guest /. 22 Fjt-t and North Mid 1 Hull- .
eithER: r(>K PUBLICATIONIn run nn
top its broad seat and deep upholsternp! its You Do More Work. Saturday night little MIIIN Cordelia Circuit (:..u.t. H.... of rlorlila. Kllthlh: way track II lIt fwt. th.n.. at rlfrht anirlran '?ii'' I

eliding plate gluiS windows, by which in a minute Yon are more ambitious and you Rut tour Colnon.Dr. Judicial. Circuit: Bradford County, In Chan.'cry. '' Mid Railway track FoNt. and Smith inn (
***t. lo a nfilnt of hntrInning.. Ve.*nmlif
the car is changed from n closed car to an open enjoyment out of everything when your W H. demons of Jacksonvillewas H.OKA FI.YNM, rolnt of bvlnnlnir. run South and W..ot. nr"arllel
electric starting and blood is In good condition. Impurities in Complainant.' with .Hld. fl.'...... track 2(10 fret.th"u' '1"
car. Equiprcv'1'1 nn the blood have a very depressing effect on in our section Thursday after v. I F... and flotith or at rltrht anrt. to 'A )
lighting: sjstwn:; demountabe! rims with 3Jj the system causing weakness Ja/lnms: noon. I'KTKR FI.YNN Hid Railway track 2R n feet : there* North ,;
I all die Defendant.It I and Pat; or. .'....n.1! with tmlil railway. trNctt
inch tires cl!1 around nnd embodying nervousness and sickness. A. It. Surrency was in flrooker Saturday anpeartnic hy. affidavit appended to the I toll t...t then,. Wp4 Nid WncI. n e *P vlvhw .

I established merits and economies of tic ford OROVEJ'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC afternoon. Mil filed In the ahove dated came that _n/lr. to ttNld Hallway track 2HO font, tn tha t'// I

Let look! pfter J'ord err and you restores Energy/ and Vitality by Piirifyinj Among; the Pine Hill folks that attended ,I'tter Flynn. the defendant. therein named, !I. point nf trirfnnin,. ,
I car. \:1:: your and Enriching the Blood. When you feel l lis a ....n..loI.nt of the State of Florida and Al I Inn vommonclnir, at the tW Cnrn.. *.f fin*.
v;ill\ I c-t;: ge-.uine! I'ord parts and skilled workmanship. ( strengthening.\ Invigorating effect, see the birthday dinner given by he le a nalflVnt. nf the City; of Wllmlnnton 2R. Tnwnnhlp H .....11.10. of kenya 22 F:.nt. .*"f
Mrs Martha Purrinh Sunday were North Carolina: of the United H........ and !I. ",n North on fl*rtlnn t'n. 42f frt to a po-t
bow It brings color to the cheeks and bow over the .... of I.-on.. yean : It le therefore .., iMvlnnlntr, : th..n Pact flfift feet than.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Greene and
A. children
II it improves the appetite. you will then ordered. that saId non'reeldent defendant. North 240 f..t. thr riff* WcMt SIlO feet thrnr
Ford Garrge appreciate its true tonic value. and Ruby Green Virginia Col. he and .la herety required to appear. to the lfttih. on Section. lln. 240 ft tn the point of

Van Cone Charlie Cone Mr. and hill tit cnnuilNlMt' filed In aaUl ..".. on or lie- 1.flnnln
TASTELESS Chill IONIC non, .
I OROVG'S "I.l the NorthwMt Quarter nf the WoutKwt
fore Monday the Srd day of May A. U. lltill.ntherwle .
II .1:. t'F.; : ;. 'r IJ A. W. & G. A.cv is not 8 patent. medicine. It Is simply Mrs. A. It. Surrency and daughter; the allnrallonN of maid Mil will betaken till"".. and the. Faet "..It..t the N.......
; ,
"_ .. L IRON and QUININE! suspended in Syrup. Rosa Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lewis and m. 0onfiNuHid by Nald dirfendant.. went Quarter of..the Northw OuNrt-r nf the
,
, .; 'r.J: children like It. Ttir It IN further ordered. that thle 0..... Ije pub- Roiithwmt Q. **r of the RouthwHt Ounrt.
=- So pleasant even -- and th.. Wt Plait nf th. Northwnt .
; ------i'1: Anderson llnhed. "n... a week for four "........utlv.wk. CJuartrof
blood neodsQulnine to Purify and IRON Odor .. the KiitithwMt. Quarter of th* RmithwimtOuartr
) I II ; "And There Wann't the Slightest In the flrailfon] County: T lenraph.riewNpNfter a
_-- I to Enrich it. These reliable tonic iircpertles iiitliHuhed. In acid County and II..... of. Section 2A, Town.hln ft South
Itatit"
1im "l ; t:: -' never fail to drive out impurities in From Dead Thla March liUlh |tt20 hence 22: .....t.
fJU1 Writes John Simpkinn farmer oAnnandale W. T. WKKKH.: Also ommnclnir! at the SW Corner nf f1r.-
z' 111 the blood. lIon 25. T..n.. .h.ri. ft flouth. Ranr B8 Past
; ,
(Heal) Clerk Clrenlt CourtRe
Ii :3. .. N. J. "Rats costing
The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'STASTELLSS were C. A. KNIGHT. and run North on 8* ,tli>n line 430 frt. to m
I'' .t...--... 1,........, Chill TONIC has made It me hundreds yearly; tried dogs, ferrets l>e|>uty Clerk *'..Int( of IwInning> then.. Weak MO f_t.

I "..- <: .:&' -< the favorite tonic in thousand of homes poison couldn't get rid of them I'. Jr.. KNIGhT thne North 240 feet. th.ne. East: SOft fed.t.
I :.. t:..:: : ::S-.2. Solicitor for ComplalnNnt. 4-Z-6-4-80 then. fbtuth on fUratlon line 240 feet to tha-
/ folk
i I _. a More than thirty-five year ago Bought $1 pkg. RAT-SNAP ((5 cakesUmnl ) poInt of btrlnnln.
:
", would ride a bug. distance to get GROVfS half not live rat since. Dead Alan the. Northaiit <1".1'(... of the fWmfhn -
I \ ,, - - a OHIIF.K: FOR PUBLICATION and ..,
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a Quarter of the Houthvawt i tiHrtor ? ) '
r ," ,," .- - S \::!}) had Malaria or ones aplenty. I like RAT-SNAP beratine In rimuit Court. II'... of Florida t'lifhth the Rant Half ..f the Nrtkea.t Quarter. of th.
""' .- member of their family Judicial Circuit. Bradford County In Chan.eery . .
... after killing rats it dries them Houthtfant Quartr of 1I.\.n\ 27. 'I'o..n.hlp ftHouth
.
-- needed body-building\ atrf! lltb-lIlvlnll .
a .
Stan. 22 F. t anT rr-ntalitlnr' **" arrvamor p'
tonic: oThe formula Is June the acme today up---leaves no smell." 3 sizes 21>c, CO; (! W. C HUNTER. or I***. I .

and you can get It from any c-.lll $1 Sold and guaranteed by I). J. Complainant. I R M JOflVfl.A. .
V ONG. Special, Mawtar.tfn .
store. tOe per bottle. Jones and J. M. Mitchell.-Adv. MACCIK! IWNTEII.I" Ucitorof Complainant.n1 2..1.4..





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... BRADFORD COUNTY; TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1920. t;
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This mean that cone, email or big and have a large circle of friends who Mrs. Howe McCormick of Jacklon- ,BOUT COTTON PLANTINGA FOR REPRnIlN.ATlVlI-GaOUp: TWOI

Bradford County Telegraphed will be in great demand next fall, and wish them success and happiness in yule was the guest> Sunday at the 1! : hereby Two announc for nomination*' myself for a* the candidate office la r
Group offtepmvnlatlv
;;;
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I those farmers of Bradford county their new life home of :Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith. I few words from A. D. Andrews In the LwrUlatur. from Brad '

whose cane does not prove very heavy, W. B. Alexander and family were Rev. W. L. Overstreet filled his regular I Company in regard to planting cotton.I ford County. Florida, subject to the action of N4
+hed Weekly" and enteredrul a.&a aH. sell it visitors to Jacksonville at the Melrose this that one the Democratic Primary to be held. June Rlh.
will find it more profitable to Monday appointment Baptist was in hopes year no 020. I rmpretfully. solicit the support of ALLricmncratle

than. matter .t the pimt-offirc at for seed than to grind it. Anyway, | :Miss Eva Williams was visiting rel church Saturday and Sunday. I would plant cotton thinking if we left voter* and If elected promlr

Slarkr, Florida. only the choicest cane out of any atives and friends in Waldo Saturdayand Mrs. John Howe returned Sunday off planting cotton for two seasons the faithful and con.clentioEVER'CIT' .M. JOttNS.

patch should be ground. The I'alotkaiconic Sunday.A. from Gainesville, where she spent j i boll weevil might leave our county and

.S' -MATTHEWS Hditor and Owner. will not hI' the only ones to A. McDonald, who has beenspending several days with her daughter, Mrs. j i adjoining counties and then we could fOR COUNTY JUDGEI !:
,
B. .
want cane, for, this product will be in a few days with his familyhere Will McCormick. i make cotton growing! profitable again am county a candidate and hrirliy for county announce judirr my of canril.Bradford '

great and ever increasing' demand foryears returned to his work at Kissim- L. L. Sapp was called home from I :But I find a few farmers almost allover lary In the comlnic primary June II, 1920.

The Wuuihula Advocate him just On account of the quarantineagainst mee Sunday Miami tho first part of last week on i iaccount the county are going to plant a Having lived in the county all ..f my. life andrrvcd
I It In a public way for arvcral I
celebrated its twentieth anniversary. I one-third of the counties of Dr. Hunter was a profcslsonal visitor of the illness of one of his i i 1 l little cotton, and if they will continue feel that I can elClclrntly perform .M year duties*

When Editor Goolsby moved from the state, where the car.e mosaic disease to Brooker Sunday I children. The child is improving: and 1 1 to plant some cottonit may be a good of said ..lrl.... I aollrit the aupnort -of all
could votera. and If elected promise fnith-!
. Starke to Wauchulu that place has been found, the seed cane for R. M. Williams who is attendingschool he will. return to his work in a Yew i idea for all who want to plant some ful democratic and conHcientfou ...rvl..... R. A. GREEN.

not be found on the map. lire. Goola- the several proponed refineiies must in Jacksonville, returned to his days I 'cotton to do BO and let us make the ,

by's excellent paper lias done noted much toward come from the uriquarantined counties studies Monday, after a short visit Mr.. Colon Miller, Mr. and Mrs Jes. I j i iBO fight together in helping to drive put niriee I hw of by County announce Judge myself of. a Bradford candidate County for the i.j.

muking its town a orange among which Bradford is one. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Reddish and Miss Eldredge Reddish : the boll weevil, which it has been said Florida and on account of my health I will! '
and well on trading cen he able to make an active campaign and
vegetable us not
Williams. visited relatives in the Wateroak section I we could do by spraying with arsenic will arratly appreciate any favora my frirnde.

ter. SOME; GOO) ME.V FOR"OFFICK Rev. McGill delivered two interest. last week powders and other ingredients. I have ran give me. I aolislt your support in thee '

ing sermons at the Baptist church A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Sil been told in other states they ar June rrlmary. _,,-"ully. T. J. PKKT.E. t:

In the city court of KisBtmmee fined $50]a for tweek We art getting close up to the time Sunday. as Futch on Sunday, March 21st. fighting them and making n success, FOR CI.ERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT '.
Bash
Fred M. was when tho gates will close for entranceof Alva Saxon who is attending school I Lane McLcod and sister, Miss Lena, and in my opinion a half crop of cotton I heriby announce myself a candidate for !
out of Editor: Jlurris' eyes of the Circuit Court ,
one Clerk of 1
gouging the office of
Harris fined $25 for cunning i I candidates in order to get: their in Jacksonville, was a visitor here of Steckert visited relatives in Law this season would bring a man Bradford rounty. uhjcrt to the action of the ,
and was \
nil men on the primary ticket in Flor during the week-end. tey first of the week. I llRev. more than a full crop would in three rotrr at the coming primary. June 8th. r ap.preclnte :r\,,;
Wonder if that court has ..
,
about it. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of Hampton Ernest Boyer went to Inglis from the dutli of this Important .11'1'\1'"
knowledge of justifiable ida.There ;years now.I Int ftrl that I am ouiitlflcd to dinehatft !l'(
jirovoca
any will take crackat has not been a great; deal said in spending this week with relatives first of the week to fill an appointmentat I' will also say that upland or short laving" served the public before, the voter are 4: ;'I
The
tion state now a well able to judge a* to my fltnera. for the oflln I
about the "state house officers" and friends Theressa. the church. l
as at Iniflio
Baptist
Itass InvcrnrMB Chronicle. : they used to be called. We mean the Mrs. I. II. Hunter has rC' enUy been Joe blare Sr. of Iligrland visited during the month of April. faithful and ifflclrnt ......1.0. Your putiportla $
t\V
Fight-mien on the Okeechobee have cabinet officers and, to be more exact visiting! her mother, Mrs. Thigpcn of relatives in 'Lawte)' Sunday. [j A. D. ANDREWS. I'nePretfullr Kol'clled.' -O. W. ALDERMAN ''

that carried cross we mean the comptroller, the treasurer Gainesville Oscar Griflis, of Jacksonville, spent In irmMnir thin, my announcement for Clerk .\)'
a neo serpent a
keen
the secretary of state, the commissioner Mrs B. Y. Saxon of Green Cove Sunday with relatives In lof 1 I the Circuit Court of Bradford County I '
tic in itM mouth; Cedar Key spongers Lawtey. rmpoctfully solicit! the Mipport of the people' ,
I have Been one 100 feet long, with a of agriculture: the superintendent Springs ia visiting, her mother, Mrs. E. W Hayes candidate for the office ..CLASSIFIED. .ithji>rt to tile action of the II Pemocrntle C. IUCRA-RD.prt.marv I,

\. "mouth an big as a door;" at I'ompano of public instruction and the j I Wiley Jones, this week of tax collector, was in Lawtey eliftlon. .

, they have neon a eerpent-like fioh that attorney general: i, --.-- Saturday in the interest of his candi ADVERTISINGONE BUPERiNTENDENTDFNPUBLiC' INSTRUC- !,, d

1 had a head like a horse and a mane. Except in the case of the attorney j j LAKE BUTLER dacy. i To the Drmneratln Voter* of Bradford County 1\J'

"P Pink snakes tmiall enough to hide ina general where a new man must be Misses Wilma and Louise Blanchardwere CENT A WORD FOR EACH ISSIJ I take thin method of announcing myiielf aeandidnto 'lj.

shoe was all that the whiskey of former nominated because Van Swearingcnwants I Lake Butler, April 2Mr. Kinney shopping in :Starke:; first of this Advertisements CASH .Inserted IV A!>VAS under( E this bad for of retertlon Public, Instruction to the tifflce of. of Bradford SunciIntemlrnt .

1 clays could produce. to be governor: what is the use I Townsend and Miss Clara Stewart week must b. paid la advanc*. No advertisementf t County, ablest to the rule* of the Democratic r
to bother of those old boys whore .. I primary on June 8th. If elected. I pmnilne the
any Lawrence Dinkins Is spending few n Insertion accepted fur IVM than It
were quietly married at the home of a \ arrvlee rrn-
Witnesses testifying in the navy inveHliication a holding down the jobs now? They Mr. and Mrs A. C. Strickland Friday days in Jacksonville at the home of 1 paam.in ho plulspalnetakiing.t. B.': R. POPPEI.L. '

now going on, aver that arc every one of them as 'square and evening at 8:30: Rev. S. I. Hendrix, of his brother, P. L. Dinkins.S. FOR SALE-A few loads of stable FOR TAX COLLECTORI "'i'

! the navy department was not prepared honest BB you will find in the world. Alachua speaking the words that W. Leach, of Jacksonville, was a fertilizer. J. W. White. 422t. hereby annonnre myelr' a eiinrfldMe for' ,
UiogeneB them out when he the office of Tax Collector of Bradford! Connty.Rubject
picked
when we entered the war and that visitor to Lawtey Sunday.
i made this couple man and wife. They to the democratic primary to be hraJ
there wore no shells on hand. Well went around with his lantern looking left Immediately for Bradentown tspend Doc Norman and family of Raiford FOR SALE-Between 600 and 1200 June 8, 1920. I promin; If elected to Rive the
f for honest We want Jas.K. head of stock cattle. Apply to R. J. off time and the people my aervlcen.My .
, we have heard of one lone bandit hold- men. to put the week-end with their were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. ce my
parentsMr. officer atanda book
Andrews time a* an a* an open
' Ing up a truinload of pasucngers and Calkins in the attorney'general's and Mrs. II. J. Stewart. Those I C. R. Sapp. Dukes, Fla. 4-2-Ct for the Iniipection of the people of this county
ffice: and that is what the people have and I auk all for your gupnort. Respectfully
robbing them at the point of Verlie you
an unloaded returned
present were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sapp to her home submitted 0. M. DOWLING.r ,
pictol.} If our navy chased decided to dn. Then we want to keep- Strickland and family, C. F. Rivers Sunday after .ppndinta( week with WANTED-Chicken and eggs. Bryan
German battleships and submarines Ernest Amos for Comptroller. relatives at C. A. Mixon's stand. 319tfFOR lake thla method of announelnoj to the eltIvena .
and Raiford.
Tommie
family and Hewitt.Mr. near; .
of Bradford County that I am a candidate ;
!J HucccBRfulIy with empty guns, what'sthe 1}. Clay Crawford for Secretary o f and Mrs. Townsend are pleasantly Bonnie Sapp, of Starke was visit- for the office of county tax collector, aub- f
harm State I ing relatives in SALE-A one horse wagon and jot to the will of the voter* .t the coming
Lawtey r-
located at the home of Mr. and I Sunday
1t democratic primary election to be held June
J. C. Lunlng for Treasurer.W harness. D. E. Knight. 123tfFOR
Mrs. Walter Townsend. Alex Howe, of Gainesville was the R. 1920. and reaiiectfully refer you to my record .
1\ ThoBe Bradford county farmers who A. McHoc fur Commissioner of[ Their friends wish them guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. aa deputy tax collector the pant aeanon.
1 many a the In ttilnt If
Agriculture SALE-600 bushels of good ( My promiae to people you
have followed] the directions of corn
our Smith:
happy and prosperous life.Mrs. elect. me I will faithfully dlnchanre the duller
county agent for killing the corn weevil Wm. N. Sheats for Superintendentof Frank Oglcsby died at the Miss Bessie McCormick of Gainesville $1.50 per bushel Frank Morgan of the office' to the beat of my ability withprompt
Starke Fla. courteous treatment. to all. I will appreciate
Public Instruction. 4-2 t{
are highly satisfied with the result home of her visited relatives in -
sister Mrs Jesse Vining Lawtey Sun- your vote. E. W. HAYES.
One of Starke's business men, I Now add James E. Calkins for attorney ; I:
Friday and the body was taken to
general: and the list is day.T. FOR SALE-Good canvas tent for I wish to say to the voter of Bradford county .
who la also farmer declares that ('ompl..te.
by
a Macclenny for burial. Sire D. Wearer of
Hampton
Oglesby Springs that I am a candidate for the office of Tax I'
upending $(10 for a tight crib and $5 We have known them everyone was ill for many days and bore her was a visitor to Lawtey ]last week. fishing and hunting parties. D. E. Collector and I reRpeetfully solicit your support
foe a long time. They all 1 Knight. 2-27-tf r at the coming primary, June Sth.ReapMtfully .
for chemicals he has saved $30 worth \ are L. H.
: pain and suffering with fortitude until Hill was a business visitor to J. E. DOUGLASS.
I of corn from destruction by the wee. right. They fit into their offices like I death relieved her. Lake Butler Starke first of the week.

vils. The crib IB already paid for, and they were moulded for them. They Rev James REPAIRS-Stove and sewing machine I take thla method of announcing to theP"m""r.Ua
friends extend their Strickland
sympathy to the of Clay Hill voter* of Bradford county that I '.
cannot be repairing done. All work, .
improved should '
for years to come the only expense for upon. Why bereaved family and loved ones. was in Lawtey Sunday enroute to his am a candidate. for the office of Tax Collector.
weevil eradication will be the chemicals we want to make any experimentswith home guaranteed. D. W. Manning Starke I Bromine If elected to diachanre, the dutie of
Mr and Mrs. Harry Long of Five from Evergreen church
new men ? Will it not be best wherE'he Fla. It* the office. to the bent of my ability, always .giving ,
Mile, motored to Lake Butler Sat had filled an appointment. It all my penional. attention.UHY.
people of .Florida to let "well enough G. BAPP.
-
urday. -
alone ?"Gainesville Sun. FOR SALE-Tomato and lettuce
it lIet'ms that the department of jus Miss Henrietta Rosenberg and Yo- DEATH OF MRS. ISAAC WATERS FOR TAX ASSESSOR
tlce in Washington has shucked its lande Jones visited Jacksonville plants, 25 cents per hundred. $2 per I am a candidate for reelection to the office'
Friday
thousand. of County AaacRaor of Taxes and will irreatlyappreciate .
C. S. Dueling Starke.
judicial toga and donned a cook' cap "HERD LAW" FOR FLORIDA evening.. Just as the sun shone its last rays 42tf. the support of the voter* In the c:

and apron for the latest we have received Mrs. Howard and son, Lawton'bfLudiwid ; in the far West on the afternoon of coming primary election N. D. WAINWRIOHT. ,

i from it had no justice in it, on. Gilbert Leach editor of the Lees- ; G..; arrived in Lake Butler March 22nd Mrs. Sallie Waters bet CROSS

ly recipes for making meat dishes burg Commercial than whom no man Sunday and Mrs. Howard ,will upend ter known to her friends and the peo TIE CUTTERS-Write for FOR SHERIFF .I.

"The mountain travailed and brought wielding the pen in Florida has often some time with her daughter, Mrs. J. ple where she lived as Aunt Sallie prices and ship your ties of all I ....T..'.hereby'.uon to announce the office myself of Sheriff a !candidate of Bradford for

forth a mouse" After ineffectual alleged er been the first to advocate changesand ; M. Mann. passed to the Great Beyond whence grades to Gress Manufacturing Co., county. If re-eleetfd T will a* In the paflt.anare J

attempts to cheapen the price of betterments which are fast becoming Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell of no traveler hath ever returned. Jacksonville, Florida. 8-5-20-lyr no of pain the. office in the. fall earnestly diflchartr*aolielB of all thedutle the

meat, the department now show us common, sites the difficulty we Starke motored to Lake Butler Mon Mrs. Waters was born n Bradford comport, of the. voter at the ensuing ,,"'m.ry.n."trully i

how to make "mulligan" and hash will slave. in getting a drastic no-fence day morning and were guests of Mr. county August 2, 1839 being Miss Sallie FOR SALE-Registered pigs; four W. 1. RPPKIMQN.

, from the leavings. It would have nerved law ,through the next legislature and and Mrs. H. Tomlinson. Boyd prior to her marriage. On Poland China boars, 4 mos old; five, FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION tJ

the country better by saving ton proposes as an alternative for counties D. W Jorum spent the weekendwith Oct. 11, 1865, she was married to Isaac Duroc Jersey sows and five boars, I hereby to the announce office of mynelf Supervbior a candidate" of Regietra-for reelection .

'4 t of paper required for these recipes, wishing it, the old "herding law"so his family.II. Waters, and to the union five sons and 4 to 6 mos. old; prices reasonable; lion for Bradfrrd county. I respectfully aoll- ,
now when often not be hadfor in inspection invited. College of Ag cit the Runnnrt of the voter at the en.uinirprimary I
; paper can common dates further .
west C. Peeples of Miller one daughter
motored to were born all of whom A. W. and If electej 1 will, aa In the pact, ,ry
legitimate purpOAes.I when farms began to encroach on pas Lake Butler Monday survive her but one, W. W. Waters riculture Leland. Farm Superintendent diHcharK the dutiel of the utT'ee! with afetimry .
Gainesville Fla. 26tfFOR and eoiirteny. CoIt. 'CHI": Hr.
I -- turage. who !1
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. passed from this world of sorrow

The Bradford County Telegraph i.I' i in It in Interesting to know that so Sam Singer Monday morning. several years ago. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PI ST. No. 1 x5 4
I' advocating the wearing of overall un fur two Florida have Mr SALE-Milk ('ow. three-quarters I hereby announce myfie'.f: a'Candidate, for I
papers' expressed and Sire Joe Green, of Guilford Aunt Sallie had reached the ripe old Three re-election .* County Commlimloner for Dtatrlct 1.
Jersey months
tll clothing in cheapened. Rome plan opposition to the no-fence law. were visitors to their parents, age of 81 years, G months and 20 days. heifer calf No. 1. subject to the action of the Democratic ,/
r should be adopted that would force I These, as listed by the Leesburg Commercial Mr. and Mrs. Bob Green. She had been sick and utmost sired by registered Jersey bull. Both primary. I respectfully solicit the aupport I i.

down the price of clothing but BO far arc the Gainesville News Mrs. J. E. Maines spent Monday i in during the lust three years of helpless her life of them $(jiO! ('1I"h. for quick sale. of the voter. at said primary.O.. V.. BROOKS.I .

t' no concrete plan has resulted. The "which does not attempt any justification Jacksonville, the guest of Mrs. Frank and the end was not unexpected. At Roscoe McLane c o Quigley LumberCo.
clothing men charge the to I of its 4-2-tf. hereby announce myself a eandldnte for '
excess the position and the Brad- Andrews. '' the time of her death there were at the office of County Cttmmins'onir' for District

workmen and the workmen retort that ford County Telegraph, which the A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday in Sapp her bedside all of the children viz. No. 1. "Palestine and Pro.I" n.... If elected I

the manufacturers make a profit of I Commercial believes will "join us i in Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular J. D., T. H.. J. L and B. R. Waters, : WE BUY, raise and sell fur bearing will to faithfully the best discharge of my abllitv the duties of the office '

$1.K7 per yard on the cloth used in the the proposal of an alternative "herd appointment at Baldwin Saturday and of Lake Butler, and :Mrs. M. T, Tillis rabbits and other. fur bearing ani H. H. WILLIAMS.!' {

clothing. In the meantime the eon-1 1 I law.' I From tlie Commercial we Sunday. of Palmetto. orals Place your order with us, and FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ItlST. No. I

Burner puys the price, although he1 quote: I list whatever stock you have with 1 I I hereby.
I Mrs. Susie Turrentine and ('hUdrenr.turwd Aunt Sallie joined the Church of j announce myself a candidate for re-
feels that he in being robbed. The "That no county of our state { to their home in Christ 35 us, stating lowest flat prices on I I election an Commissioner for I> strict No. 2, .
may Fitzgerald years She i
ago. was a devoted lake Rutler and Wnrthlnirtrin. Durlnir my Incumbency ,\
clothing men have company in plenty feel lmt< it has been unjustly treated 1 Ga., Monday morning after a pleasant wife a loving mother and her large shipmc'nta. Address 515-517 . of the 011'1... I have endeavored t
r) in thin game of holding up the 111'01'11'ApIIII'hi'ola by the remainder of Florida in the visit with her father, S. M. Car disposition! made friends of everyone; N, P. Ave., Fargo N. D. 4-2-41, county the at people,large to of the the best district of mr aa ,6111 well!.as. and the i A{I

Timl' passing of a no-fc-nce law which will I Icompel vet, and other relatives. always lending a helping hand wherever --- If my services have given ..sntlnfacttnn f will Ij!

cattle owners to keep their I Dr. Mann made a professional trip she could. LINCOLN HULLEY .l1o."t. the support of the voters at th. '

The other) day when the 'senate committee cattle under fence,, we propose that to Raiford Monday, The body was taken to its last rest (coming primary. C. A. ROBERTS. .I'',

in Washington. eroes-gueationing the Florida )legislature, at the next I, The Lake Butler friends of Mrs. ing place in Swift Creek I hen'by announce myself. a candidate! for
cemetery, County Comm ssloner for District. No.2. Lake. ,
Keiir Admiral Sims, who in being session, \puna/ a haw for statewide fencing ,, Martin Rimes were grieved Thurllday'when March 23rd where her pastor Rev. Iliitler and Worthington I promise If elected ;!',

,, squeezed through the email end of of cattle, holding the owner of..,' they learned that the death angel R. B. Crawford conducted the funeral t hut T will endeavor to discharge the dutica of "
the horn after his criticism the office to the best of my ability y:
of the rattle and
in
he services.
cane cannot be located had carried her to the eternal 1 14ty J. M. CONNER. ;
navy. Senator I'ittman shook his finger the cattle themselves, response home. The remains were laid to rest' -- -. ; 1 I,
at him. "Don't shake your finger ble for any damage to in Dekle I 11. E. KNIGHT This I will announce that 1 am a candidate r
crops, propertyor cemetery Friday afternoon, ENTERS CAMPAIGN for County Cnmtnl-ploner from District. No. 2.
4 at me, ailmonishod the admiral, "it persons, but- Rev Proctor conducting the service lk Inl>e Duller and Worthlngton.. 1 respectfully
wont do good" The "With ill I rit the vote of the cltiscns' of the dlstrlet (\(4
you any senator provisions for The
alternative
an Among the out of town people attending only new entry in the county.. nt the June primary elertion.: S. 'M. nUKES.;:
replied: "You are not on the bridgeof local option measure for
any county the funeral of Mrs. Rimes political campaign this week is D. E.
11 ship. We will follow senate. procedure in the state which desires to substitute were Mrs. Enoch Mott of Wateroak Knight, one of Starke's well known i ii FOR This COUNTY will announce COMMISSIONER that I HIST.candidate No. I rS II
am e.
not navy methods here, The for the strict fencing of cattle a Mrs. Drawdy and family, Jack Dav attorneys who will try conclusions for County Commissioner for District. No. 8. IrewHectfillly "

high and mighty in military circles] > herding law that will hold' he owner ice. Billie Roberta P. 1'. Pekle and with A. Z. Adkins, Esq. for solicit the aupnort of the voter
.t the
a seat in
primary election. to be held In 'nne ,
must still bow civilian
to .
precedence.May equally responsible damage but Willie the
DeWltt of Jacksonville. state senate. Both of these I ST. DOWI.INO.
r it always be so. But if we adopt will permit him to have his cattle' A, C. Strickland has bought the tlemen' are well known gen- I'
and FOR
r the universal popular COUNTY COMMISSIONER DI8T. No. 1
military training system herded instead of fenced.
store recently sold to Rob Andrews. throughout the county and local I am a candidate for re-election to the office-
poll-
-and there is danger! : that we may- "And after we had planned this outelaborately ticiantt are predicting I j of County Commissioner for District No. 4.

we will take the first step toward militarism in our own mind along LA WTEYJ..awtt'y. between that the contest Htnrke. During my eneumhency of the office I
them will be have used
a spirited mv nest endeavors In behalf of the
lint(! then military men will 1 came a friend and informed us that Rumors of more one. I I District! and the ..county and hope my record ie

laugh at rivil 1 law. we had constructed a plan that wa April 2.-Mrs. WilliamThede and county candidates county for representative [ such the. ensuing as to Insure primary.. the suport J. M.of BROWNLER.the voters at
com-
tried out and worked successfully f In of Charleston S. C., is spending missioner are floating '
CANE: : IMPORTANT ('(LPPalatka'i Illinois ift the I In occasionally, 1 hereby announce that I em a candidate for
r early clays of the no- some time at the home of Mr. and) but so far there have been C'unty
fence law no actual yf I Commissioner for District No. /. 1'rom- I
in that state. Therefore Mrs. R. R. There I icing careful
we developments in that line attention to the d'ltlea of the of-
live chamber of commerce1ms ire not. ofTcring something hypothet- Mrs. Eliza Hill was called to Water I --- hThe fice If I am elected. I respectfully. solicit the
I --- > support of the .
induced promoters for a auger refinery | (cal hut something that has been oak the first voter* at the eomlnar nrlmary.J.
trlt'dand of MR
part last week on account AMIREWS NOT A CANDIDATE I,. 1'NnPRIIII.I.:
to come to that city and see proved a for of
success, surely no the illness of her sister-in-
what could be done The promoterscame ono will consider the law g I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER HIST. No. *
state of Illinois :Mrs Irvin Norman. Editor I hereby .
I Telegraph announce myself a candidate! for the
: Will
k' and were satisfied with the location I j other than a success as a farming and j Little Miss Pearl Griflis i is visiting allow you please I office'' of Connty Commissioner for District No.
; the next step was to secure I cntllo raising state!"-Tampa Tn b. ,I relatives in Jacksonville me space in your valuable paper ft .1. "..dford Coun.". and promise that Ifelected
this week to say to the I will the.
enough of cane to keep citizens and voters of'' serve people of the district
a factory bUAY.'I'h..y .
une. I I Tilrs. E.; D. Snyles returned home Bradford and the county at lane to the best of my anllt -
went to Hustings where induced county that I will\ not be I I
1 they last week from a People's Candidate for Governor resnectfully solicit the support of thevoter
Gainesville
i where she candidate
for the at the
tho potato growers to give senate or any other Give him ensuing primary
up HAMPTON I spent several days with friends. office in the your first choice vote. He I. W. PINHOL8TER.! .
' it lout 'IIJ(;<)( coming election.
'i acres to sugar cane next is for all the all
| Mr. and Mrs. Wash Fennel), of Melrose I am not tired of people the time. FOR MEMRFR
year. Other meetings in tho Palutku Hampton serving the people SCHOOL BOARD DI8T. Ne. 1
April 2. Mrs. J.
( }I. Tole were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I am a candidate for re-election member.
A. as their as a
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section brave pledged! : enough can bert and' Miss Emma Ilk'kt. were iiStarke i | Blanchard last senator but my health Is rcliitrH 1 Announcements of the. Count Board of Public Instruction for
( acreage to secure a refinery for Pa- I shopping Monday I j i I 1M. week very poor and I do not fee] able to un. Dlstrct No. 1. If I am reflected will con
Mrs. Charles Dinkins several I dergo tinue my efforts to the best of
spent the FOR serve Interests
lutka.Potato. I campaign and STATE SENATOR
I Mrs Sn"er Valdosta, and laugh :;: days in Jacksonville at the home of tieR also. my other du- I mm m ..nd.d.. .. for Sttt Senator for tli* the ....'n'y. I,, C. POwrIJ.ri .
growing in the Hastings section -1 ter, Clara Mae, are. spending this i, 1Mb District and will aptirvelHtf* the
; week i her P. aupPu FOR
L
son Iinkine.Robert I MEMBER
want to t the SCHOOL! BOARD DIST. Ne. I
has been) very profitable, and I with bier, Sasser's thank the voters of Brad. I commit prinmry of mjr fellow .oJ. I'n.. This '
parents, Mr. and 11 I I will announce that I am a candidateor
Blanchard has left for Tampa ford for the A. Z..lDKIN&T I
large I '
when they change to cane it may betaken Mrs P. B. Hunt. vote they gave me re-election as a member of the County I I"oard

ns an insured fact that can@I' }.. A. Adorn, of Jacksonville I where he will spend several weeks and also for the honor of being sena- I sin ennilUlat for Slat Senator for the i S. I f>f Public Instruction from District No.
was a Cashier J. W. Barber of the Lawtcy i tor will Fifteenth l'la.rlehl.h ombrae i: respectfully solicit the vote of the cltiIona -
I and
growing: Is still more so, for the Hastings I visitor to Hampton[ Saturday. State Bank I further say that I tried County, and will appreciate the' support Bradford of ], of th. count) at the forthcoming primary.P. .
moved his j in my
men have proved that they know W. II. Jones, who ha* been for acv I last week from family here I every measure that came before there I Ihmocratto countrynmn at the Jun.. primarv.P. ,I M., PADGETT.-
what they are doing.!: eral Macclenny! and a ,' legislature while I was serving them K KNIGHT I .hereby
I weeks in South Florida is the I' announce thgt 1 am a candidate"VTi"
Several" pleasantly located in one of W. F, to do my honest duty or it FOR REPRt:8ENTATl'lrE-CROfYP I for !!...' of 'he Hoard "' *".."' a Instruction
growers hesitated i to sign i guest of his sinter as near as ONE
biro W. B. Alexander I for .
,
Godwin's cottages. I hvtvhy announce that I rio! N>. *. *h 'yn roles, n elected, to .-
my ability would let am m candidate for
an agreement, because they thought'they t: this I mo. I faithfully dl..h.the ...
week.A. Reprwantative lha leaiaiature. "- tof the office j:\\I
Harry and Miss Group No.
Linna 1. .
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might be unable to secure enough A. Futch cashier of the Jackson of I think any representative or sena ; I respectfully ''i'clt the support of the voter I "H.'l"ve the count at lanre to the best of my
lump Melrose) were visitors.. to Lawtey tor who In elected from ;,at the coming primary lcttan. ability. 1 respectfully solicit your votea at the
of seed cine. But the promoters assured I ton State Bank and Miss Elma Bishop -J day. Bradford JOHN J. BLACKWELPEH. nMnarr..tretiml. In June. J. O .DFNNISON.'
them that they would scour the were county should make it a study and do I -
p quietly married at the homeof Mr. and Mra. J. D. Randall all This will FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD IHST. Ne. I
they can to give honest .00000. to the eltlira of th
state and service
for seed get enough next sun.j .
the bride
"" a candidate
Wednesday evening at 8 turned home from county that I mm m candidate for for member of the County
Orlando Rep-
fall to plant all the acreage needed Yours respectfully I tiv* In I Board of Public Instruction for District No.
p. m. They are both highly -fulb. solicit the upport 8.
I't.'lIpeeted"m' and
they have been of .
spending two A. D. ANDREWS. Groupu1. at the riirnicMrati* primary to revMtfnlly solicit the vote of the 1
U eltisen of the '
held CHAS. H. REGISTER. district at the prima election
in June.
d d1V df J. D. BAXTER.

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APRIL .2. 1920.' BRADFORDrCOUNTY fELE GRAPlL STARKE. ,FLORIDA PAGE'I

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dent of Stetson University, DeLand. SACRED: CONCERT AT METHODIST The hostess wa assisted in servinga A.,S. Crews. A. Z. Adklns.I W.; B. lIar! ;1 I

CHURCH delicious salad course by her sister, vard. Roscoe McLane, C. E. Ahearn, I }
Harry G. Ford and family left Sun Mri. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. N. T. W. C. Powell, W. H. Graham N. T.
Bits of LocalInformation day for their home at North Branch, Sunday evening the choir of the Ritch. hitch J. E. Wilson, of Mobile, Ala.;
Mich., after spending several weeks Methodist church will render a charm The fortunate guests included Mes- Misses Jeannette Matthews Nelle

here with Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. ing Irogl''mf Easter music. The dames Albert Anderson, Ellery M. Roberts, and Mabel Weller, of Emlenton -

I IChV program will consist of anthems solos Davis, J. M. Mitchell, C. A. KnlA'ht'l I'a. \ g
Roy U Stacey and family left Monday and duets. A violin solo will be

for their home at North Branch, played by 101 r. Powell Carpenter who
0... p_..... >..M.aa"" -.4 I Mich., after spending' the winter in will also assist in the accompaniment .
p.4.M. W C. -.f Starke and other Florida points. for the other songs. I

T., I Those taking: part In the program i i
Full line of Ladies Comfort will be Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. E. M.I I I

Shoes and Slippers at Stump's.The Johns, Mrs. J. C. Diggs, and MM. E.

"Up to Bryan's. Having used a Qabler piano L. Biggs, Misses Hilda Struth. Nello'I .
Roberts; ;Messrs. 'C. L. Peek, Telfair
E. V. Fogg, of Graham, was in town for yean and finding ii U residence owned by near Col.the Joe Presbyterianchurch Hill Williams Long:, Wilbur Scott, William Struth; '
Monday the E. K. I'I'Mra. .x
most satisfactory piano on which was damaged by fire ferryman, pianist. |

J. A. J. McKinney, of Sampson City, the market for this climate, I some time aa-o. is being repaired by The public ia.cordially MARK'SGood invited.ST. .

was in town Tuesday. I have purchased a new one the Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. Friday, April 2, there will bea I Owing to the slow deliveries in ''j

of that half hour service
make. beginning at 12
O. W. White made a business trip :Mrs.: J. L. Brownlce and little grandson noon. some lines our Spring and Mid-

to Gainesville Tuesday have become the representative Milton, Jr., returned home Sunday Easter day, April 4th, holy communion
I't' the evening after spending a week in and 11 Summer Suits for and
. of firm of Gablcr sermon a. m. men
Palatka young
with ;Mrs. Brownlee's daughter ;
II. F. Price and family have movedto Bros. Florida and Would I''ninlI'ra'l'r and t-ernion, 7:30.
in Mrs A. V.
Long
Starke from Graham. No emly ceK'liration.
have
in but
like to discuss the merits of C. R. ROSS men just gotten to

Get your. Easier Bonnet atSlernberg's. this piano with anyone inter. Get Bryan's before prices buying on groceries elsewhere.andfeedNtufl'l ---. Priest in charge.T.MKTERY those who have been so patientwe

ated an instrument which
319tf. ( :: : : WORKING

N. D. Wainwright made a big shipment holds up under adverse' con There will bo a cemetery working ..t have the most complete line

I' of pecans Friday to Albany, Ga. ditions. :Mrs. D. E. Knight pent Thursday the Sapp Cemetery on April 8th. EV.eryoie I
in Jacksonville. She was accompaniedby interested requested to be : shown here in several seasons. LI*

John D. Pcarce, a well known citizen MRS. J. M. ALVAREZ Mrs;J. A. Langford of Fort Pierce present. ;

of Sapp, was in Starke Saturday.Mrs. who will make an t'xtf'ndpf'Isit in MRS. Ii. J. SAPP.UfMMSS I
Starke and Lake Butler -----.- ---- -- Our prices are higher than ''t
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Mae Dixon, of is visiting CHANGE
Sanford
regular prices, at Stump's.R. before the but considering
f relatives in Starke. Do you need a Dress' Pattern? war .... '
You can find it at Sternberg's. J. B. Sapp has bought the general
B. Moseley Esq., who recentlylocated
Men's Dress Shirts $1 to $2.50at here for ,the practice of law, merchandise )business< of E. E. Canova, our qualities the workmanship -
Stump's. The delicious supper given by the corner Walnut and! Ninth street. and
has for the been Starke appointed district.Justice of the peace U. U. C. Friday evening was! a financial took possession Tuesday. This store i il the all wool fabrics :

J. R. McClenaghan, of Jacksonville, KUCCCSS. The ladies desire to l Is well stocked, and always had a oodnamf'
thank the public for their liberal pat. and Mr. is known forsquare offered
spent the week-end in Starke. Pretty Georgette Waists at as Sapp you, cannot help but
I.nagt' dealings and in a popular man,

L P. M. Padgett, of Lake Butler, was Sternberg's.Mr. :Mrs.: G. C. Livingston, Miss Marie him.there is nothing but success ahead of see that our prices arc so low I 1

a business visitor to Starke Tuesday. and Mrs D. C. Jones and Mr. Livingston and Miss Edna Holmener- I .r
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and Mrs. C. E. Ahearn visited friendsin ger returned to Tampa Sunday after I as not to be considered.
+ "Down to Bryan's" Ocala Sunday, making. the trip by spending several days here as guests CALL FOR PUBLIC MEETINGAs
a
automobile. of Misses Kate and Margaret Living I Come in them for
on see
lei Mesdames J. M. Mitchell and E. M. I contemplate moving away from try ,
Johns spent Monday in Jacksonville.Mrs. "Down to Bryan's"Mrs. stun Bradford county I shall shortly tender .
my resignation. as a member of yourself.
We have a complete line of all .. '" NI
the board of bond trustees for Special
Alice of Alachua
Langford, R. B. Neal returned to Jack wool Skirts in all sizes and pri
Road and Bridge District No. 1.1
spent Sunday here with relatives.C. .
sonville Monday after spending' several ces. Stump's.Mr. .
i am, therefore, issuing this rail for a
weeks with her parents Dr. and
L. Peek spent Saturday in Jack Mrs. J. C. Wills. meeting the citizens of Iawtey and Alvarez & Graham .
and Mrs. J. C. Millman, of Char. "
sonville on a business trip. Raiford election districts to be held
leston S. C., are guests of Mr. and at my office in Raiford at 2 o'clock p. The Dependable Store '

Children's Gingham Dresses, A full line of candy at Bryan's. Mrs. Ben Johns, at their home on m., 'April 16th, for the purpose of .. .. I.;' .1 ,
Millman is
Thompson street. Mrs. a nominating successor, and will
at my
to
$1.50 $3.00 Stump's.Mrs.
11. L. Stevenson is a tractor farmer daughter of Mrs. Johns recommend the nominee" of this meeting o 'p' ,

A. II. Freeman left yesterdayto and received Monday implements for election to fill my place on the nu. 4
tli.k\\
of different kinds to with his trac. of "
use E. M. Thomas shipped a carload board ,
spend several days in Jacksonville. _
tor. cabbage to a firm in Savannah Ga., A. J. JOHNSON. '
the first of the week. Most of the ti t ..'v. ,
Senator A. D. Andrews and wife, of
Raiford, were visitors to Starke Tues- Louis Hoffman returned Wednesday cabbage were grown by J. M. Truby, BAR ER-TOLBERT (I', ,
to Jacksonville after spending several the balance came in small lots from ""I ., 1.<." u,

day. days here, the guest of his aunt, Mrs.J. several different growers State Senator W. E. Baker, of Melroue . 'uw, rut.

Miss Annie Mae Darby, of Macon, 'I R. ,Davis. ,.]and Mrs ZelmA Tolbert of ,'..'/
Ga.,. is a guest of her cousin, Mrs. E. Supt.: E. R. Poppell and family motored Hampton, were married at the Baptist '_''II
' G. II. Bennett was called to Hawk- to Lake Butler Friday afternoonand Tuesday morning Rev,
M. Johns. parsonage
I insville, Ga., Wednesday by a telegram returned home Sunday afternoon. B. D. Law officiating.! .
announcing the critical illness of While they were guests at the 1
Go to Leviton for tailoring. Suits away Senator Baker in one of the fore. .
f his mother. I home of Mrs. Poppell'a parents, Mr. most citizens of Clay county, and is a '
made over to look as good as new. .'
ri 326tf. and Mrs. II. Tomlinson. man of fine character and business at COME VISIT us
I The many friends of Mrs. F. D. tainments. Ills bride his lived at
Wainright will be pleased to know During the past week the following Hampton for several yearn where her
Mrs. Cora Sanders, of Jacksonville, that she is Improving after a prolong. pupih have entered the Bradford High of character have made
many graces
,l spent Sunday with her friends, the I'd illness.Dr. School: Morris Dubose. of Starke; her a favorite with all her acquaintances.

Misses Baisden. I Iva lodges, Minnie Hodges: Alphia Many friends will wish them happiness +
E. T. Campbell has solved tilehil"h Hodges, of New River; Linnie May Learn why so many people like ;,
"Up to Bryan's." ____ _ ___ ___ .
price of plastering and paperhanging Fogg, Lets Fogp, of Graham; and H this bank. There's something
by lining the walls of his office Carrie Lee Green. MRS. WALL'S RECITALA
Thos. W. Fielding, Esq., one of with beaver board.I -- ----- I more to bank service here than

\ Gainesville's leading attorneys, was a'I' SPRING IS HERE-and the boys
large and appreciative audience
merely an aid to financial trans /- :,. ,
visitor to Starke Wednesday
I have a shop in the garage just' will soon be out practicing for the greeted Mrs. A. E. Wall's advance piano .
south' of Bradford County Bank and baseball games. Remember, we carrya and voice pupils Thursday evening actions. ,
; A full line of groceries, hay and I am prepared to make and repair tops complete line of Baseball, Tennis at the high school auditorium. Thn
grain of all kinds at lowest prices. W. and cushions! for automobiles. Good and General Sporting Goods. Quigley stage was tastefully decorated with

M. Bryan at Mixon's stand. 3.19-tf I work, low prices. M. Leviton. 3-12-tf Lumber & Supply Co. rut flower and potted plants, which Here you have personal service:

Mrs. C. W. Liddon returned Tues. I Special sale on Men's Suits and Truby E. Murrhee, of New Orleans, made. a The pretty program setting, an for printed the in musicians. the. from officers: always ready to

, day after a visit with her daughter, pants at Stump's.!! La., was in Starke Sunday on a visit I last issue of the Telegraph, wan beautifully talk over your plans In a friendly "
r I Mrs. C. W. Mozo, of Jacksonville. to his mother, Mrs. J. M. Murrhoe. rendered and reflected much
,. I Four refrigerators of strawberries Mr. Murrhee goes to the Canal Zone credit on Mrs. Wall's musical ability way. There's always a friendly

Special price on all our Silk I facie I shipped by J. M. Truby Monday to become general manager of a large: and careful training I welcome: every time you come. -
r., Dresses. Stump's. I the first refrigerator shipment of ber- hardwood lumber business, capitalized --+--. I ;M

I 1 ties this season. at 2000000. MRS. JOHNS ENTERTAINS FOIt I kI
) Mrs. J. R. Williams, of Citra, was a "
g MISS DARIIY Come visit us. Feel the congenial
week-end guest at the home of Mr. Col. D. E. Knight spent Tuesday in Come and sec our splendid line I

and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Dunncllon on profesisonal business, of Men's. Women's and Chil Wednesday afternoon, from 4:30: to I atmosphere. Note the helpful

and while there was the guest of Dr. dren's Shoes and Slippers at fif0::! Mrs. ,,;. Markloy Johns entertained attitude. We think our bank Is a '
Buy your Easter Overalls at and Mrs. J. I'. Tomlinson. Stump's. delightfully by giving a five a

Stern berg's.Rawson hundred party at her hnme on N. Walnut good bank for you.
.., Farmer Brown and Samantha coming A large aeroplane passed over street, in eomnliment to boor
i Davis, of Florence, S. C., to town Saturday afternoon to buya Starke about 11:30: Wednesday' fore. charming cousin, MisH Annie Mae

spent the week-end with his parents, talking machine. Watch for themat noon. It soared rather low and re. Dnrby, of Macon, Ga. ,.
'd' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis. 2 p. in.Men's. vealed that it carried several paR lien- The rooms were tastefully decorated
BANK OF STARKETHE
!gers. It moved in a southwesterly with potted plants and roses choice
i. Col. D. E. Knight has had repairsand Shirts and Collars at direction, as if destined for Cedar Marechal Neil roars being used in pro.

painting done on his residence on Stern berg's. Key. fusion. Four tables went placed and l GROWING BANKE

North Walnut street. the game: of five hundred was! enjoyed
After spending several months in Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Eastman spent a the guests/ Mm. W. H. Graham S. Matthews, Pres. Geo. C. White, Cashier
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and children Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ford left few days of the week at St. Petersburg I Ihy' Mrs. Ellery M. Davis making: '

spent Sunday in Brooker as the Sunday for their home in North and report the "Sunshine City" I highest score After drawing for the I

guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks. Branch, Mich. teeming with life. Many of the tour. I 1 prize, a box of correspondence cards I II
lets are leaving for home, but others --
I was given to Mr. W. II. Graham. Mm.i .
"Down to Bryan's"Mrs. "Up to Bryan's." take their places and keep the town Albert Anderson received the booby ?Su'25''c525'u2525'u25Zc'' u525'u'Z '

I taxed to capacity to take care of its midget cupid dressed In blue,
prize--a
Mallory Thomas returned from Little Miss Lorraine Baibour, of vixitf rs. I while to the popular honoree, Miss SEND US THAT ORDER m r 4

Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville, Mon I i Jacksonville, came Saturday to visit I I I Darby a box of correspondence card }
day, and is much improved in health. her grandmother, Mrs. Angie Stern. Mr. and Mrs. J, M. BrownW and presented. J
: was
WHEN YOU NFU ANYTHING 'IN
motored ; 3
burg children to Palatka Saturday .
J. M. Dubose and family have re-I afternoon and spent the night with Nv Woirn* In a Healthy ChildAll P.-! "
turned to make their home in Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville, j Mr. and Mrs. A, V. Long. Sunday chlMrao. trnuliM with worm have .n uu ;5 Office Furniture and Supplies .
months In'' healthy culoc.which lml-.._ poor hksd.Yul o. .erole. (
after spending several came down Saturday afternoon to vis. morning Mr. Brownlee and family Commercial Fancy Stationery ,.' i
.there In mine nr !I. nmmfh dlfl"irhurier !
Tampa. i it her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. I and Mr. Long and family motored to .KOVE'S: TASlt.U'1IS oh. 1111 UN 1C given ritfuLlr'. 1g ftt -
I Wainwright.Mrs. St. Augustine/ and spent the day. liirlwour thrM wwki will .enrtch he hi,..... In. Printing, Lithographing, Engraving r.!
Men's Shoes $1 to $4 under the _th"dlllntk'D.end. art ..a GnYersl'Strnna' 13:I Books-All Kinds ?
.. ...
fining Tonic I**whule' 'iy .ftl. Nunnewt.llie' .
Gertrude Weeks, of Gainesville The Millinery department is throwoffur, dUpel. lh.w'i.tii4.And the:11'10': ' wi(:' Artists' Material Cl
.
Pneumonia ('I' spent Wednesday in Starke attendingto right up to the minute at Stern Ir jtirfant health Plf, n,.,,,' m tnkfl Wlr\ a IM '' Athletic Goods, 1

0 I business Mrs. Weeks' many friends berg's.
often follow.Neglected a were glad to again greet her. Kodak 1JThe ;

Cold i I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jester, of Jacksonville I .. -'
The Woman'a Christian Temperance were in Starke Tuesday Mr. ..
H. &W. B. Drew
KILL THE COLDI I Union will meet Monday afternoon at I Jester (is a "Safety First" official of DAVISAgency Company.
3:30 at the: Methodist church. Mm. the Seaboard Air Line Railway and
lU LL'St E. W. Stewart, leader. I was in Starke to make arrangements: 45-49 W. Bay Street Jacksonville ,
for the running of Safety First film, Est. 1886 jQ.
- a ;
WE WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN ANSWERING YOUR INQUIRIES
t Mrs. Lula Griffin, of Jacksonville, I "The House That Jack Built" at the j
CASCARAilQUININlnoMIDt. came down Monday to be at the bedside Gaiety Theatre, April 16th. The Sea. .5CS25iS! 1,
INSURANCESTARKE
of her mother, Mrs. F. D. Wain- board will run a special train from i

k right: who is very ill. I I Waldo to allow their employes there I STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE
and from points between Waldo and (
( : . nd.rd cold remedy for 20 .... 1,000 other varieties to select from
t. y find Wash Starke to view this picture. Any other Missionary and Klondyke, |4.0 per ; 40
-II' tablet '.....-.!.. .u... nopl'I You can some pretty
cJ I.. UP a "H I" Skirts. at Sternber s. (I persons beside the railroad men including the great/ new berry, "HORS EY" Now if you want something
.- ,. ..,trip in 3 d.Yea.y .Tb'.. and their familie who wish to attend true to name and something good/ place your order with Hull. Ills plants rare
.
t'' 1 (.nula b. ck box If It h>hib.> *** James Kickliter is spending a few j thin Knowing will be brought to Stir le :1 grown extensively In all parts of your date and habeen. for the past
:
J tea with Mr. Hill1. days In Starke with his parents, Mr.!, and back without any charge for the! Ier 12 yearn. Send your order to the S trawben I'hont -U'lft' Agent

picture.A' All DN Stara and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter. He is a ito.' transportation. wanted for this district. J. KE1FFORD HALL, RIIODESDALE, MD.




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BRADFORD COlfliTY: _T i.\GP.A:: !I. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1920.
t>AGE TWO
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DO WE WANT UNIVERSAL THE REAL AMERICAN 1IUT I I "THE RIGHTTOJTRIKE"

Depicted by PoMmanfer Brjant, of

I Monroe, Lou l.lana I

MILITARY TRAINING? '

Postmaster J. P. Bryant of Monroe

-. -.- La., has contributed the brightest article
LETTER FKOM: MR. UEXMiTTPeters Start; es People in Cities and Destroys
the American spending spirit
Strong Protest from Farmer* Nec* on
that has appeared in print in many Property of Farmers
Incoming Law Fla. March 27, 1920.
it
nary to Present ,
the Monroe
time I moons. It was published by
Editor Telegraph! Evtry News-Star in a recent issue and is On the birthday of Abraham Lincoln !
There is determined effort in Washington rend the Telegraph it makes me think memorial to
presented congress
follows a was
as :
nays Farm Life, to enact a I of dear old Starke and her good peo "I am a free born American and if by spokesmen for organized farmers
law for compulsory military service We live 400 miles south of Starke
ple.
I wish to waste my money my time in which the question of strikes
and training. It is spoken of some at a place called Avcntina, about two
or my opportunities it is nobody'sbusiness. was presented in no uncertain words.
what merely coast It is a beautiful
casually as a measure miles from the After that there
declaring was a nationwide
Kive the young men four months' instruction country with very good roads and
for other
above demand
Friend, does not the quota some
in military science at public schools. We can grow anything here
tion have the true American ring? method than the strike to settle Indus
But it is than that it the climate Besides tomatoes
more
expense. ; adapted to
collards feet Do you think, for a moment, that a trial disputes the following logical .
seven
.Is virtually conscription law. we " '
a grow
real American will allow any man, or points were made:
Senator McKellar of Tennessee, who across, weighing 24 pounds, and other I
for that matter, any government, to "No cities could be built
great
is himself a member of the Committee things do just as well. Wages are up
on Military Affairs in a protest on the good-$3.GO: PIT day all along. The dictate or even suggest to him how if it were not for that fact that those Every Piece in jg22 > Sample
fine he shall spend or not spend his mon who live in them may depend, first,
floor of the senate on the 9th of February sun is very hot but we have a I I
nil the time ey T on the farmers of the country to produce
explained the provisions of this breeze from the ocean is First Choice
proponed measure. There l is no mill which makes it very pleasant. I believe I This Thrift Stamp, War Stamp and an ample supply of food for all, a

taking what it moans. "The introduction l Padc county has the world"nkinned" l Treasury Certificate idea, being advocated I and, second, on the railroads or other
of the reorganization bill for health.Het by economists and encouraged transportation facilities to function the Sampler arc none of those kinds that invariably

of the Senator army from New York (Mr wit.hes to you arid, your valuable by the government, is contrary to the I properly at all times and deliver farm find their way to the bottom of the box

Wade worth) makes the issue quite paper. American practices and (traditions i products to city consumers with regularity and are chosen last. The assortment in the Sampler

clear," said Senator McKellar. "The G. M. BENNETT. and if religiously followed to the logical and as needed. is the result of a most unusual process of selection.

question is, shall America he ruled bya overthrow conclusion anil, would destroy tend certain to disrupt traits, "It naturally follows that those who Every piece is a proved favorite,for we pack in the

military oligarchy more powerful, on dull of.the penalties m-ated by the in the American "make-up" and no believe that labor has nn inherent Sampler sweets selected from our ten best-liked
more subi erslvo of be continued right to organize a strike believe famous the
expensive more original draft act will doubt would abolish certain lines of i packages- since 1841. When you give

frt-edQJJ1-WLn the German military oligarchy thould the.J>proposed bill become the trade, long established, and make the > that such organizations have a right Sampler you know that it will be enjoyed from the

ever was? Or shall we continue law." average American man or woman independent to starve the people of the 'cities to first piece to the last.

to be ruled under our Constitution As to the matter of taxes, it is declared of the loan shark and death, on the one hand;and 1 destroy

by the representatives of a democratic by Senator McKellur himself them ultimately to direct, their enable the property of the farmers on the The SAMPLER and other pondages o/Whitman's Chocolates always

people The issue: is is unmistakable that "If this proposed, military system own affairs without assiidance from other. No such right has ever existed fresh and guaranteed atScott

The lines are dourly drawn. The fight is put in force, in 12 years it will cost the broker, the credit man or and no such right exists now. No set
pawn ,
is on. more than the United States has paid of men has ever had the moral or legal
other commercial leeches who in the
"If the congress passes the Wads- out for the German war. Exclusive pOHt have lived and thrived upon the right to destroy property or couse Drug Co.

worth army reorganization bill, militarism of what we loaned the Allies, the war phiftlcssness of our great mass of suffering by conspiring together and J

of the German type will have has cost us about eighteen billions, according American inefficiency. the welfare of all the people must ever STARKE, FLA.

removed its abiding place from the to some estimates. Our army Spend your surplus, blow it just as remain superior to that of any class I i
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land of the Hohenzollerns to a home alone will cost this sum in just 12 fast Cash War or group of people. -
in the is the ambitiously audacious as you can your will be given for the two best cartoons H. Bronson and Roma.P. .
United States formerly, and years. It most Stamps and other savings: immediately "What would be the verdict of the

till proudly called 'the land of the and expensive military proposal and invest the money in $7 hosiery, people if the farmers should suddenly submitted. The;. rules for the contests O. Dukes and son, Jesse, of 1

free and the home of the brave," and in all history." $16 shoes and $18 shirts. Relieve your decide to go on a strike They would are as follows: Dukes were visitors here Saturday.

our participation In the German war We have quoted' liberally from Senator mind of the worry incidental to car be condemned from one end of the 1. The name of the author shall Misses Ruby Douglass and Delle

will have been in vain. If the bill is McKellar because he has studied ing for and pondering over surplus country to the other and the fact not appear anywhere on the. essay or Dukes were guests of Miss Norma De-

defeated, militarism must only be a the measure and his views are in a earnings and be a Free Man. would be pointed out that they as the the poster submitted. Instead there kle Monday.

peeler for a long time,, because no ense official and it may be taken for As soon as the great mass of American owners and tillers of the land, had no shall be a sealed envelope attached Little Gladys Duke and Ardell

nation on earth has the means now to granted that his figures are authentic. citizenship is "flat-busted," not a right either moral or-legal to bring containing the pupil's name, address Drawdy are on the sick list this week.

resuscitate it except the United States Opposed by All Farm. Organizations penny left, and know not where to about such a calamity. and parent's name. This envelope Little Ruby Sapp daughter of Mr.

It seems incredible that a serious 1 1 The National Grange has declared turn for the next job, restlessness will "The farmers must look to congress shall be numbered by the Association and Mrs. Will Sapp of Midway was

attempt should be made to pass such a against this measure in no uncertain cease and everybody will be ready to to solve this great question in the when received with a number corresponding brought here for burial Monday, the

law but let there be no doubt in the terms, and we quote the following "hit the ball" and to hit it hard and light of fairness for all and not for to a similar one on the essay interment being at the Neal graveyard

matter. Senator McKellar said: 1 from the declaration of principles will hit it on the bosses' own terms. the benefit of the few, at the expense or drawing. Elder Joyner of Dukes conducted the iJ

"It appears' to be the common belief adopted at the 63rd annual session of Then business will settle down to bed and perhaps misery and suffering of 2. The essay or drawing shall be funeral service.
Uiat all the Wadsworth bill does is the at Grand Rapids last November "
to Grange rock all. Nelson Dekle visited relatives here
prices return to normal and the on plain or ruled paper eight and one-
establish universal compulsory military : world will again be happy. .half inches by eleven inches and writ Saturday.Mrs. .

training. While this is done "We are opposed to militarism, universal Cash in your War Stamps and spend BRADFORD ten on one side only. Ernest Johns of Falatka, visited ;
there are other provisions of the military training and a large
many the If do 3. All relatives here last
I money. you not need the essays and drawings submitted week return
bill, like giving the Chief of Staff war standing army. We deplore any hosiery thes hoes, or the shirts re- Bradford April 2.-Mr. and Mrs. shall become the property of ing Saturday.G. .

>yowers, abolition of the various State fort to develop in America caste et-I I hosiery the shoes, or the shirts re- W. II. Harrell spent Sunday with their the Florida Tuberculosis Association. W. Johnson is visiting relatives
National Guards' giving the Chief of authority which has its sole excuse parents Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dukes.N. in
now being offered in oil, silver, sulphur 4. Attached to each essay and Palatka this week.
Staff power to build up a civilian organization a shoulder-strap, and any tendency and gold mining stocks. Get in B. Hayes was transacting business drawing shall be a statement from the Lon Waters and wife, of Valica who

and fixing an enormous increase thought which would substitute arm on the "&'round floor" Think of the in Lake Butler Tuesday. teacher of the pupil entering the con have been in attendance at the bedside

in expenditures for the war department ed forces for moral Ideals. The invincible I I ecstatic buoyancy that must swell the Grandma Williams is spending a few test that he or she does not believe of his sick father, have returned
any one of which largely character of a citizen army bosom of weeks with her
daughter Mrs.
a prospective millionaire! O. F. that anyone has given the pupil aid in home.
overshadows the important matter of when equipped with justice and Ame'rIcanillm
This four per cent stuff is entirely too Tomlinson, of Lake Butler. preparing this article which is sub Relatives and friends gathered at

compulsory service or conscription. has again been demonstrated.We slow for, the modern American work Stephen Hague is improving from mitted and that the pupil has at least the home of Mr. W. T. Parrish Sunday
Virtually provision of this remarkable favor the preparedness of right
every ing man. Separate yourself from that his recent illness. 'completed the Knight's stage in the to celebrate the birthday anniversary
bill Is blow aimed rather than the of
a at peace preparedness surplus money at the earliest oppor Little Virgil Newsom is able to be Modern Health Crusade. of his mother, Mrs. Martha Parrish.A .
and
liberty. However at this time, I might. tunity. It Is an awful predicament toi up again after an attack of pneu 6. AH essays and drawings must bountiful dinner was spread and
hall deal only with the universal And month of
compulsory only a ago a group
i know that you have a dollar more than monia. be received at state headquarters of the day was one long to be remember,
service or conscription in time the Grange theFarmers' :
men representing you actually need that moment. Mr. and Mrs. J. F .Williams and the Florida -Tuberculosis Association ed by those present.!
of peace.Keenaetment. Union the Farm Bureau Money only makes the devil Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were visitors at ty twelve Will Andrews and
of 'I poor noon, Saturday, May 1st, sons, Reddish and
Conscription Law Federation the American Cotton Association
I
"Section 61 of the WadI worth bill, the, Dairymen's League and honest miserable toil.and Then disqualifies why jeopardize him for the home Sunday.of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards contest.1920, in order to be considered in this Guy Saturday.of New River, were visitors here

reported favorably by a majority of other powerful organizations made the happiness by attempting to your I II O. W. Barry was a business visitor 6. The choice Joe
the provide of subject will be left Gilbert of Haynesworth visited
Senate Military Affairs Committee following definite declaration at ,
provides for your children, or by saving for a : to Worthington Thursday. entirely to the pupils and their teachers relatives here last week.Mrs. .

"All, male: citizens of the United Washington"We are opposed: to compulsory military I I "rainy day'I'; Money is for the banker i Miss Ruby Edwards was the guest except that they must deal with Celia Waters and daughter
the of Miss
States merchant and the millionaire, Geneva Harrell Monday. some phase of public health and hygiene. Mattie, visited friends here Saturday.
excluding residents of
( Alaska
training and a "large standing: then why should_ an _honeot_ ____. nm Amorist.__ .__.. 'I Mrs. O. W. Barry visited Mrs. Jas. I I -
and the _
insular 11'
possessions) and a1! army in time of peace. I
male who reside | working man or women covet the Crews Thursday. | 7. Essays and cartoons will be, DEATH OF W. B. McKINNEY
therein d
persons an Yet despite these declarations, theo
property of their philanthropic neigh Cards have been received announc |l'judJled: from three view 1 _
points first
who have declared their intention t provisions for military training in- ; ,
bors
? ing the marriage of Miss Ida Williams teaching quality second Mr. W. B. McKinney died at River
become ; literary valUe
citizens, other than s eluding induction into service of -
person every I If
you have any War Stamps cash to Mr. Lake Patrick, of Plant City and third Junction Tuesday .
; pertinence of and the remains
subject
excepted this shall |
by act, upon attaining ; young man who reaches the age of them. Miss
the of 18 I Cash them now and let the sur- Williams is a charming young! matter to public{ health. reached Starke by the forenoon Southbound
withii has
been
age years or n cghteen incorported I
years, plus money of the lady and has friends here who I
many 8.
country rapidly find I All
participants must have express Thursday.
three
years thereafter, be subject ti.0 into the army reorganization bill, and its home. wish for passed -
military or naval training, and shttl II there is danger: of its passing I From way life. them a long and happy married so far as the Knight's stage in the We can only give meagre data of
be March the 22nd to 27th has modern health crusade by 1 the deceased in this issue. He I.
inducted into the army or navy 01:f Farm Life regards this as the most been May 1920. was
the United States for this purposi i' vital and dangerous bill before con- I designated by the Department of 1 Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards and 9. County committees will select born in 1873 in Bradford county his

alone, anil shall be subject to training r gress. We believe that every farmer Thrift Week but why should we work. children, Elma and Ercell, and mother the three best from their respective father being Mr. G. W. McKinney an

therein for a period of four month. who is opposed to it should make his ing men and women of America wore Mrs. Williams, were guests of Mr. I counties and submit them to the State old Confederate veteran, who with
I ry about Thrift What do we know and Mrs. P. A. Williams, of New River Association. Capt. J. C. Richard
and for Buch further time, not exceeding position known. Political parties and and Mr. Geo. E.
ten days, as may be reasonably r political candidates should be warned about about Thrift? Or what do we care Saturday and Sunday.W. 10. The names of the judges of the Pace, was one of the first settlers of
Thrift J. Ward and
i ? Are we not family are suffer state
drawing contest will Starke.
not be
necessary for enrollment, mobilization 1 that they will not be supported if they the biggest ing from influenza. made public
: : wages now we ever drew : until after the The
following "
and demobilization. are in favor of thin measure or any announcement of the relatives sisters of ""
before
Section 57 of the bill makes the. similar measure, action should be immediate i, send ? "Come day, go day and God Mr.Miss Harry Edwards, of this place, successful aspirants nor will the name the deceased, followed the remains to
Sunday" Is our motto We do and Susie Sapp, of Raiford, weremal'l'lE'd of any contestant be their last
provision of the conscription act of nnd unmistakable. given the judges resting place:. Mrs. Lena
May 18, 1017, 'relative to the registration No doubt the men and interests who I not trying propone to be to wreck our happiness bride's Thursday at the home of the 'before they have graded the essays Windisch, of Lake Butler, Mrs. R. L.
I : financiers. The mother Mrs. L.
bankers Sapp. and
i Only
examination, classification, exception advocate this form of militarism are will look few relatives a drawings. Sparkman, of St. Petersburg, Mrs. S.
exemption and induction into' patriotic. But that is not the table inNtltutlons after the finance and (chari Both bride and friends were present. i, 11. A prize of fifteen dollars each F. Wilson, of Palatka and Mrs. G. S.

the service,' applicable to this act. All The farmers and tax payers qUestlon'j I wives and children will care for our friends who and groom have many ,: for the best essay and the best cartoon *oung:, of Lake City.

of the great expensive machinery of pone the bill are also No finance for when we are gone. happy life. wish them a long and and a prize of ten dollars each for the The funeral was in charge of Cap

the conscription act which was There is an increasing tendency on frolic. us; give us fun and (J. M. Andreu and I second beet essay and cartoon will be tain DeWitt C. Jones funeral diector

brought into being by the war and used the part of dominant groups: in "Washington -.-, ----+ church at Brooker family attended given. and Rev. Blanchard D. Law, of the

in that war is again brought into : to ignore the voice of the people WOODLAWN Grandma Baxter Sunday.is First Baptist church, of Starke, per
the
force. who live in rural districts. The daughter Mrs. C. M. guest of her FIVE !MILE formed the obsequies. The interment
Andreu.
"It is estimated that about 1,000,000 best way to correct this tendency is to Woodlawn Those i was at Crosby cemetery.
April 2. Mrs. attending the
, young men arrive at the age: of, 18 say: "If you can't give us a fair and Crawford Thomas wedding Edwards-Sapp 1 Five Mile April 2.-Our community The pall bearers were Messrs. A. Z.

{'. ,. years every year, who will be affected reasonable chance to express our honest Jacksonville returned Monday to after her home in Seeber and were C.Messrs.W. Edwards.J. V. Arthur I was shocked and saddened when it Adkins, A. S. Crews T. N. Kendrick

by this act All of the local and district convictions, why we will vote several spending I Tommye Misses became known that Mrs. J. M. Rimes W. W. Baisden.
days here with .
Georgle and
relatives. Rifby .
boards created. under the act, against: )'ou. We will vote for the Mr. and C. Edwards. had passed into the Great Beyond. Her I -- .
Mrs. A. J. B. Hayes of
Starling the Gainesville
and all of the expensive machinery,i I man and the party that votes for us." proud are his visited death was sudden and entirely unex The Telegraph is pleased to learn
parents of fine parents Mr. and
a girl, born Sat Mrs. N. G. Hayes pected even by the that Mr.
urday, the 27th. during the week-end. members of her Wm. Butler one of our win-
II, hou ehold.
Dr. Brown Joe Harrell She is survived by one son ter visitors from North Branch Mich.,
of
Lawtey was a business of LaCrosse visited Mr.
"' Oscar Rimes and to him is so well
I visitor here Monday In this section Sunday. and rel pleased with Starke that he

Mr. and Mrs W. E. Torode N. G. Hayes atives and friends we extend our sym thinks of buying property here en-
of Law- was transacting business I. I
"When fellows r pathy
good get commending them to the Kagmg in business
I tey, were visitors here Sunday after in Lake Butler Saturday. of Giver and becoming a
all
I'm there" H'.._ "._L' - . good and perfect gifts. permanent citizen.
noon.
together, right Mian wngnt, or Jacksonville, was Misses Norma Dekle
Miss Mozell Browning spent Satur the guest:: of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards Dukes Delle and Mae
were
-Chesterfield day and Sunday at Emanuel with her Friday.N. Sunday.guests of the Misses Rodgers New Seed

grandmother, Mrs. Connor, E. Taylor was a business visitor Mrs.
j TIn most companionable bunch of Mr. and Mr Roman Alvarez, of the in thin section Thursday. phine Blume D. I. Blume and Miss Jose

'1 rolled into Rising section !Messrs. were guests of Mrs. P. P. Peanuts
cvrr a cigarette : spent Sunday herewith Olson and Olga Thomas, of Dekle Sunday.

i -silky, aromatic Turkish, and fine Mr Alvarez's sister Mrs. Dal- Miller, were pleaiant callers in this J. C. Gainey of
: Brooklyn
ton Carter section Sunday. was a
full-flavored Domestic expertly chON'''. I[I Mrs Pave week-end guest of relatives here, Oats, all varieties
T.
B. Dukes
Browning of
Alachua
: spent Sunday
was a visi J. !M. !Mott, of Lake
; and expertly blended. That's Chester* at Raiford with relatives. tor here Saturday. business visitor Butler was a

field. And they sure da "Mlticf1 r" I !\I('II!l'S.' J. S. Norman and II. Tay Edd Robert here Friday. String Beans
"
\ lor spent Monday in Clay ESSAY CONTESTS Dukes, of Dukes, L. S.
county
on and T. E. Dekle
of Lake
i business. I Butler were

') I Mrs. Dave Denmark, of Jacksonville The Florida Tbculollis;: ; Associa- visitors Mrs. Amundu here !Monday. Sweet Corn \arieties

was called here Sunday to be at the I tion announces a series of prizes for from Kissimmee Gainey has returned Melon

i, bedgido of her sinter, Mrs Dalton Car 'I original essays and cartoons by school daughter and little, accompanied by her
ter.' boys and girls of this state. One grandson, !Mrs. J.

\ 1 W H. Norman of Jacksonville" spent known is the "Parramore Essay Con "Rats I'nuN Velvet Beans
10
Up All
a few days here last week with rela i I tent" is made possible through the One Meal of Other Fond For

tives.! ;'I gerosity of Dr. James B. Parramore first meal of RatSnap"Their RAT-SNAP English PeasKICKLITERS
of Jacksonville, who is
announced at the their last. Kills in few
annual meeting of the minutes. Dries
i How'* Tbls f I association recently up the carcass. Rats killed with RAT-
his desire
to offer
We offer IM0.00 for any ea.e cf eatarrt twenty.five SNAP comes in cake form. Break
i that cannot be cured dollars in prizes for the best into
by HAU'I small
\ :; essays pieces, leave
CATARKH where
MEDICINE. on some health rats travel. The Seed House
I HALX/S CATARRH MEDICINE I. t k. subject submitted by No, mixing' with other food.
.a Internally and ecte through the: BlixM i: school boys and girls of Florida. The dogs won't Cats or -
touch
t on Sold the Mucous Surfaces of the System.. other competition is to be known as It. Safest cleanest, OrvW. Tteteu cfaOl TtoateKMOTM
by drtiKKiets tor over forty II surest rat and mice
killer.
j years S sizes
Price 7Bo. Testimonial, .. the "Association Health Cartoon 25c,
Con
60c, $1 Sold *k.ltty...... and''>
r. J. Cheney & Co.. "Toledo Ohio. test." Twenty-five dollars and guaranteed by D. C. enemy by portfyto*
in
'. prizes I Jones and J. M. l\litchell.-Adv. rfchlnf the blood. You ceo coon feel a*(trail**
total invUmtit* u...."&. Price .% I I

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE FLORIDA

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A seedman of Monticello shipped Wednesday night II. W. Brady of

f' a ties carload in Machigan.of watermelon seed to par. bumped Orlando,into while a black returning bear with to the his city auto - Tires for the Smaller Cars

on the Dixie Highway at
a point
Harold C. Clarkson of .. ''
Tampa committed where the road runs through a swamp. t
suicide Thursday by turning Bruin was loping peacefully along in
on the illuminating gas in the bath regular bear fashion, and after the

room of his home. auto came upwith him dropped off into Such extraordinary competence and care

the heavy woods lining both sides
Six new 0,000 ton steamers will be of the highway.R. fulness as are characteristic of all Goodyear

constructed by the Pensacola Ship. ryes

t building Company for an English buy.er. . T. Kilson of Kentucky, spending -.i p manufacture likewise characterize Goody ear's

the season at Eustis severely wound. 4 a b building of tires for the smaller cars.

ed himself by slashing his head with a
Contract has been awarded the Hy razor while in
a deranged condition.
dyer Contracting Company of Jack. A physician was called and dressedthe Only very unusual experience and endeavor'

sonville for the construction of a new wounds which he found consistedof > make the relative value built
million dollar hotel in Orlando.J. nineteen slashes on the head. Ttfr. possible high

Armiston, an aged man of Miami news Wilson of has his been son's unbalanced death in since France the a into the 30x3', 30x3V2', and 31 x4einch'

was run over by an automobile' and reached him. Goodyear Tires in our Plant No. 2, the
died from the effects of the injuries

within a short time. The driver did Season after-season yacht ; world's largest factory devoted to these sizes.
owners i
not stop after the accident.
visiting these waters from the north ,t !il
have complained bitterly about the In addition to the larger sizes Goodyear
Liquor valued at $200,000 was aeiz. presence of oil and coal tar on the wa.
ed during the past twenty.four hours tern of Lake Worth, finding its source builds, a daily production averaging 20,000
by federal and city officials of Miami. from the sewers emptying Into the '
tires of these smaller sizes alone makes them ?
Much of it was taken from boats from lake. This season this source of trou. II

the Bahamas.The ble has been so great that boat .
have been compelled to employmen owners easily available, regardless of the big demand, x,

Plant City public school has a to clean the sides of their boats III to owners of Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell
moving picture machine installed and almost every day as a result of the
it is being used to great advantage.It refuse from the gas works floating in iI I and other cars taking these sizes.

was purchased through the effortsof the water.

th. school children. If you arc one of these owners, go to the a
Bob Ford of died
Micanopy, Friday
Striking the wreck of the old dredge afternoon from injuries sustained. nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for

Florida, the Maid of Scotland an Eng when he was caught under a large
lish these tires and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist
schooner was wrecked and is now truck. He was riding on the truck ,

in the surf being pounded by the and as he wished to alight the driver Tubes. He carries a stock.
breakers. The craft was enroute to said he would stop. Mr. Ford said it Ye

Jacksonville. was unnecessary and started to get i

off, when some of his clothing caughton '
Brooksville has the distinction of being the truck throwing him under

the first to ship hay by airplane.Geo. neath. The wheel passed over his body \ 1'1 ))11I
Halderman delivered a hurry up breaking his leg and Inflicting inter.
order for a bale of natal hay from the nal injuries. I
Natal Hay Associations' farm nine I '
T
miles east of Brooksville to ----.
Tampa :Joseph E. Lee, aged 71 years, one
Thursday ." of the best known negro citizens of rn

Florida former collector of internal I
Live Oak is the first city in Floridato and for
revenue years a in the
give organized effort to the promotion Republican party in Florida power 3O3V4 Goodyear Double-Cure 50 Goc.Jveerreintorce Ilesvy Tdurtet Tuhea are thick' strong tubes that
of power-propelled machinery on was Fabric All-Weather Tread.p- .,..inll" rrort'rlv. Why risk a Pinnd easlna. ( with 11 t "
found in
dead his office in Jacksonville cheep tubes ltoudyear: Heavy Tourist 1 ub... """Mt little, lII..re
the farm. In considerable 4
a degree it Thursday night. Death was due to 3Oxl/2: Goodyear. Single-Cure S0 than n.he.r Ices, merit 30x35! rise in wal.,.. .'
will help to solve the farm labor shortage natural causes. At the time of his Fabric, Anti-Skid Tread. ..__ L 1- prQul bug .. ._ -,-,,,,,," __ g.r-ld .
and at the same time help alongto death he was secretary of the state

better farming. Republican committee chairman of
<1
the Duval county Republican committee ,110t:
'The boiler ft the shingle mill of the and a delegate; at large to the t I

Wade Lumber company, i lOC tcd need approaching Republican national con. ,

Eugene/: Lafayette county exploded vsniloti., e-
Wednesday afternoon without any, I II 11.1,' If

warning whatever\, killing a negro Sev'etal EAR'- 95.
dozen demijohns End about
man and breaking the leg of young, ; :
500
cases of a famous Cuban liquor,
Watt, son of the superintendent of the
mill. cognac; :, were captured in a raid by

United States internal revenue officers ij
in Cocoanut Grove just as it was being .
About 800 acres ow watermelons :4
arj
unloaded from a vessel. The II- !J v
being planted at Mlccosuki, 300 at .
is
Quor said to be worth in thin rnnn.
Woodville and 200 in other sections of try ; !"
about $37,000, iXng'Itthe'"b ;r.
:
Leon Several H
county. hundred acres 'D
gent haul of the season. In addition - _.
are also being planted to sugar cane to at
supply a refinery which! is to be erect the boat on which the liquor was two; children lived in a houseboat on Mr. and Mrs. A. McKinney attended Saturday night. KILL THE RATS t
ed there, found and three automobiles, a Hud- the lake. Before they started en the Rock church Sunday. Prayer meeting Sunday night was
'? Don, a Reo, and a Ford truck were trip across the lake they were warned Mrs. Alfred McKinney is visitingher well attemtod. It will be held at J. L.
at I confiscated, making the total loss to the water was too rough for sucha daughter at Orange Park. Undin'hill's next Sunday. night.
fwehtUnr.itfcnd lirrailt
pound the smugglers well over 40000. small boat, but being expert boatmen Mr. and Mrs. Shell Fowler of - -- ..-
Catfish and trout were brought in yestiftjr
1 I they laughed at the suggestion of Brooker were shopping here Satur
in one bout from Lake Okeecho. HIGHLANDHighland TO-DAY
bite tha With more than 12,000 acres of cane danger and put out. When the boat
tO Kennedy docks, and last day.Mrs. -
pledged; to be planted next spring provided had proceeded about a mile watcherson Bonnie and Lizzie Wynn spent i By UIIIICSTEARNS'
of of the
week total 60,000 pounds
a the United Sugar; Corporationbuilds 'I.I shore noticed it had apparently Sunday at the home of Jack Wynn, of April 2.-Mins Ruth l'ar.1ker
I
the Atlantic
same kind of fish came in for returned from a visit with relative PASTE
a refinery at Palatka to create turned over and boats put out from Sampson.Mr. ,
Fish Co. a market for the cane it is reasonably,' the dock to the rescue. When they Camp, of Bellamy was here at Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr I I InlprnBtlnMleiteniilnMnr fat luu*.Vise
and Mrs. Fred twoIntt'l'e.tinlL'
Lang and
certain that the $2,500,000 refinery arrived at the scene, Mrs. Squires was Sunday. I Co Ynwhesee4: N aterhisa 11. rnir halt!
Follsmere Is making a specialty of children visitors to train the
were rtiinln III thffNMt IMWIII to run
wfi! be constructed at Palatka. In standing waist deep in the water and Neal of Brooker visited here . .
I' Uyal In* fnr w u dashrens and has sold a crop fromthirteen 1 Lawtey Wednesday, .... .. ...., Iwoflliuw. .STHianfltkMIliuuiil
I had l
Louisiana the brothers and the older child "'w "
at present growers are receiving Sunday. . ..... ....
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acres to a concern in New Mrs J. A. Starling returned Wed ho iiiiu li tu .11I1. >* ""'
YOlk at $1.50 per bushel f. o. b. It $12 per ton for their cane. An ,! disappeared. Ray McKinney and Jay Moody was nesday from a visit with friend. and KUI FOR USI ORDH FROM OUUI
average crop from an acre of cane is i visitors to New River Sunday. '
is claimed that dasheens will be as I I relative In Jacksonville.Mrs. .
1 forty tons, while some farmers have GRAHAM Rev W. II. Gurney sprat Sunday atl..nuise
f X v d a crop as potatoes' in Florida and David i Lang Miss Kate Wilkinson "DIAMOND DYE" OLD
is ellU.mated
raised as high as fifty tons. It the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Goo.
much earner' to handle when people .
; and Richard Lang
shopping
were
; yearn how to prow them. that if the refinery gets going Graham April 2.-Mr. and Mm. Sparkman. in Starke Saturday. GARMENTS LIKE NEW
and the farmers start raining cane Wallace Thigpen of Bellamy, spent Messrs. Geiger Barry and Bob Sur-
'f of -estimated;; value of that enough cane can be rained" in this the weekend with his mother. rency motored to Waldo Sunday after. Everett Bennett, of Jacksonville, Is Any woman COM dye faded shabby
Whiskey an spending time here with his .
three refineries some wearing. apparel, whether. wool, link, cotton
section to keep two or Mrs. O. W. Dyal, Irving and Ruby, noon.
$2flOOO wag removed, from the court mother Mrs. J, .
A. Starling.C. lineD or mlxetooda! to any color,
house nt Palm Beach and loaded in a going.: were visitors to Gainesville Saturday. Jesse' Ogden visited the county seat C. Click! representing Lewls- JuHt like new. by foUowh..la".I.. .. direction
freight car for shipment to Jacksonville I T. W. Wasdin and family have moved Saturday. Chitty Co., of Jacksonville, was a bus- In each package of"Diamond ())'..."
where it will be stored. It is understood Greek divers arriving at Cedar Key I, to Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Price spent inn** visitor. here Friday. I -
that the whiskey will be distributed from off shore report sighting a mono Murphy Price has bought the car the wefk-pnd, in Georgia!: on business. W. M. Wimberly l left Wednesday for -
the bona fide hosnital ster sea serpent while diving for the of Jake Roberts. John McKinney and family visited
among Bartow to visit friend. for a few t.Utrl'YS' ASJC.f.IS
of the state. sponge.; It appears the divers were John Thigpen and Lacy prevail, of hi. father, J. A. J. McKinney, of days. -
down on the bottom of the sea, when Ziff, were attending to business here Sampson, Saturday and Sunday. And a full line of
suddenly they were confronted by this Wednesday.C. Little Thelma Barry gave a birth. Dr.. W. Ii. Hudson, of Jacksonville UII'', I takcrs' Supplies

LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES gigantic mon ter. They state it hada U. Roberts was a business visitor day party Saturday afternoon. Many spent the weekend with his parents. I Automobile lleamv.Aiwa .
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hudson.
mouth an large as a door and its to Gainesville Tuesday. interesting games were played and af.
Rev James I. Ht rick land returned ). uii ,...nd. I'hv best st..".
McKinney
OFF eyes were like two red lanterns and Mesdames Will Jones Myrtle terwards they were invited Into the I
appeared to be about 100 feet long. It and Avie Barry and Miss Florence dining room. The table was centeredby Sunday from Sapp whore hft flllod his f vile MI the lowest price. Special

is customary to give a diver a drinkof Walker attended the burial of a large cake on which burned eight regular appointment at Evergreen ,.Mtrt..>i< MI t..1elCr.ord..rll., '

Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or brandy when he comes up from a Elijah Dyal Wednesday. candles. Mrs. Hurry was assisted in Baptist church. I "
callus off with fingers diving expedition. Perhaps the order I, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Riley, of Zilf serving the guests/ by Misses Mabel H. C. Wimbprly. Jr., of Maxville, I H :(jisierea Embaimer
he his here and Frances Murrhe Thelma was a weekend vlnltor here.
was reversed this time and got; were Saturday. Byrd
, drink before going down. Spanish Mrs. Sarah Jones of Sampson and received many present, Those prt1- Lee Harvard!, traveling auditor for I[ fll-WITT C. IOhESStarke. :

fishing smacks can be found most any 'daughter, Mrs. Eva Smith of Gaines- vet were Gertrude and Corrie Wynn he Seaboard Railway, was a business I : Ha.

time not many miles from shore and I villa, were here Sunday. Viola Starling, Florric Ward, Caaile visitor here Monday --- --. r'
they usually carry a liberal cargo of I Mrs. Will Jones, Bessie Wynn and McKinney, Pearl Parr-inn Thelma Mrs. If. C. Wlmborly and Miss Ethel
i wet goods for barter. No doubt this Florence Walker, were visitors to theo Brown, Ik'lma Surrcney, Pauline {irks were shopping In Jacksonville, Habitual Constipation CuredIn

pa serpent was of Spanish origin. county seat Wednesday.. rlills. Ruby Mae Byrd Onie Graves; I Tuesday 14 to :21 Day
I Mabel McKinney of Louise spent Messrs. Willard Smith and Barry Kei.try. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a siioclally.

Taking; their chances of keeping afloat Friday with her brother, A. McKin CANT BE BHATKN FOR COIWIIS; prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxative for Habitual
after their boat was swamped Misses Leta and Linnle Fogg left AND COLDS ConMlpation. it relieves promptly but
be taken for
xhould regularly M to 21 days
w i 0 until aid l could I arrive Ben and Robert ney.Mr.. and :Mrs. II. F. Price and fam Monday for Starke where they will to Induce regular action. It Stimulate and J
i Squires; of Palatka were drowned in ily have moved to Starke. Their many enter the Starke High School. Dr. William 101 Tonic Alw. Ideal, Keitulate Very. 1'leaaaiil to Take. 6Ui
it Crescent lake Monday afternoon after 1 friends regret to lose them. Miiis One Graves spent the week For Malaria and Grippe Treatment tier txrttle.
t making vain attempts to rescue the Math Kelley, of Brooker was attending with Mrs. A, Youn bId, of Waldo.
three year old daughter of Ben I to business here Wednesday.Mrs. Three compound, Iron Quinine and

Squires. The two men went to their Stella Jordan, of Plant City CROSBV LAKE ., Magnesia have known value in the 4
death before the horrified eyes of Mrs. and sister, Gracie were business visitors treatment of Colds, Malaria and La-
Ben Squires, who stood In the swamp. here Tuesday. Crosby Lake, April 2.-Mrs. M. D. Grippe. Quinine clear out the dill

ed boat holding her seven months old Barney Dowling of Waldo visited MrRae and children, of Palmetto, are ease germs from the blood. Magnesia/ I rHru.r 0175 1C

baby up to keep it from drowning. here Saturday. spending< a few days here with relative purges the whole system of its accumulated w 0 '

The tragedy!: occurred a mile out from I Mrs. lien Wilder and granddaugh. *. poisons. Iron strengthen;
the dock at Crescent City and from ter Mamie are visiting relatives al Barney McRae went down to Day and invigorate the body through th
Don't suffer I A tiny bottle of the story told by Mrs. Ben Squires Caraway. tona Thursday and was accompaniedhome blood. SCALED TINS ONLY
f'reezoiM cots but a few cent at any after she was rescued both brothers Roy Roberts, of I'indertown, was Saturday by his grandmother All are necessary to a sucressfu i AT VOOO COCKERS
drug store. Apply a few drop on the gave their lives rather than endangerher !: here Saturday Mrs. Benton, who will spend a while treatment. All are in Dr. Williams -
corns. calluses and "hard kln". on hot- and the child being. sustained by Mrs. Myrtle McKinney visited at with relatives here. 101 Tonic-correctly proportioned MAXWELL HOUSE
toir of fet, then lift them oQ.1t from the the submerged boat. The party had Louise Saturday.Mr. We are glad to report the sick ones That's why 101 Tonic Is unlvernull<
coma
tow or.dl s cai 5"reelOne_ from removes! the bottom of feet started to cross the lake to the Wilson and Mrs. Lando Malnes, and\in this section improving. known and used COFFEE -
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the skin beneath U left pink and beaJtbr Cypress Co. camp, Ben Squires being Mrs. Turner, of Mocmteocha, were In J. L. Underhill and family, of the 25e and SOc bottles for sale at you r
tad never sore, tender .r Irritated.s an engineer and he and his wife and.W" our section Saturday on business. Pine Level section, were visitor here drug store. -Adv. -3

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