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 16, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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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 STARK. FLORID FRIDAY. APRIL 16. 1920. ] rORTY-TWO FSE It"

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REV. MR. BARR JV V1SITOI R TO STRIKE SITUATION G Rows FASTI I BROCBrooke )lum CLLANI6Afessrs. ,: ING UP CAMPAIGN KE BUTLER

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.r. April J ]I I. W. Mayor 110.wll .L JH'r asks. us to announce Lake Butler, April 13.--Mesdamesland _
Pastor of Methodist C Churchguest Embargo on Fruit and I Produce Will PinholHtvr Jr. L f'hrlyer' and that the tow>ii of btarke" will accede A C. and J. t:. Maine I reI<
Pay Visit to FrIends Hen, Cause a Heavy LOBM f. Gainesville TueiMi8. day artE'rnoon. t.o deall up ti ho town, the (campaign to land, attendiniK. the grand chapter U. d I at
Now York, April 12.--Railway of. P. S. CoUon a nd children: Anona begin Mondl Apiil 26th. Lveryu 1f'I' of Florida: .'."Mrs. Da\.in and son ,(.1.1
Lieut. It. C. Richard had as aduring ficials with freight an d, passenger' I and Howard, and J ohn I'inholster left householder requested to clean up of'aldolta' I G a.,. spent part of last rtly I
the week Kev. T. L. Z. Barr, schedules on their roads d liHruptud and Thursday for El P'a&o., Texas here hs! or her I"in u-miHen, and put the rubweek with Mr,,. ana Mr*. D. W. Borum. .phon
of the Starke Met-hodist
former pastor the strike among their cpnrently employes | Mrs. t'olwin will joi her huabndhe blsh In con viiicnt receptacles wh'reMra.. Scott of Valdosta Ga., la the allkl
church. In the first Red Cross i cam- growing, saw 1agemcnt I ittle ap-I I has been out thereon for several months' they will be i, accessible to the trash runt of her 1 I brother and frmily Mr. j Ie 1 It
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paign held the county back i in war today. The bell: pl'e'ailt'd,1 I on account of his health. They ex14'81rull'i. Harrcll.! this wl'rk.1. and Air*. tranl
times Mr. Richard was chairrr of however that the strike is approach-1' pect to reside ther e. and MrrinholThere will 1 bo a formal call for I restoll WilliaSaturday ims, of New River upent Into
the county organization and Mrwas ,. Barr ing its climax and Hi sue CCPSH or fail-i liter has einployme nt there. -Mrs. J. dellnmg up I in next week's Telegraph. in 1 Lake Butler with Mrs. itth,I IIts.
one of his most earnest hi elpers. uie will soon be reporled., I W. Pinliclster Jr.. 'i spent the week-pnd 1 he cleaning:; of premises is both lor W. E. Loadhond -Miss Marshall hat ,I
From this association in a great, cause The New York Centra is reported in Jacksonville wit)h relatlvea. return- appearanciti! as. for health. It should Proctor wag 1 tPckle the ,guest" of Mr*. P. P. ".'1th4'
they became fast friend and Mrthis Barr lo' be the ,out Ia'. It is nut noeut -
only road main ainmg a nor-1 ing Sunday.Mr Anona Murrhee Ulg at rive< Mile Tlluday.Mr.. leson
week took advantage has had of th e first mal passenger service. although its, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with ellilluy to waI. till the 21it.h.( you may Merritt. of Ne'w River' was a :tiuiinesnke .nt d
he sineRichard's '
opportunity :e Mr. freight service is badly crippled.. On her mother Mrs. S I. J. Kelly.M.. r. begin at any timo.UVL visitor to I", Butler Saturday. "Ilow
him visit.return from overseas to payichard all other lines the service is chaotic. I I Matheny made a bu lallleaa trip to Lake -- --.- Oulter Boyd
a Mr. Vigorous action will be taken by the City during the w( ",-Misl Karma MEWIORIc3ty : FROM }'nANCE: tending to' bus ness !in town Saturday. 1.0"d ,
This visit of Barr to
recalls the times Mr. R: postoflice department if there is any I! Parker of Plant 4 4 Its on'a visit MI.s. ,: beth Dw hall received _Mra. Ilowar who, ha been visiting _n
stirring in wepassing i I were interference with the tr ansportation iive with relatives, here -14lsl1 Olp Wal'J from the Fri.rich government a mom-'I her daughter' Mrs. J. M. Mann is the .rat
Our through the spring 01 f 1917. of mail Instructions ha been sent of Gainesville, Pike Saturday and 'orlal from 1.1 trance in honor of her son. guest of relatweek. Uves at Five Mile, thin .a Pl''
young men were being cal:lied to all officials to report any obstructions, Sunday here with her parents.Mrs.. Chall. E. De tea, who died for liberty -Mrs. A. C. Strickland and fterIe
the army. and the whole energy of the directly or indirectly by conspiracy H. L. Crosby and li ttle lion. Raymond, uurmg the g;feet war on Oct. 8, 1918. charming; littlnC daughter Ella 1\Iae. ,ed toy
people was centered in an effort to win or otherwise' with the pa iSKage of the of Jacksonville at spending a few He was semi with n Field Artillery' t pent. Thurixla with her parents, Air. "'toe! 11II.
beat the
; the war and back threa teningarmy mails as a result of the strikes and days here with Min r. and Mra. E. L. RePlacenielit, troop at Camp Jackson and Mrn. T. J 1 Rimes of WorthmgAndrpws la
of our country by the' German they arc instructed to bri !: any' such \ Crosby. -Mr. and 1\Ira.! L. Morgan are Columbia S. C. v ton -Rob has opened a
We were being asked to do big t;things offender to the immedic.k ate attention I receiving congratulpectors. latlona over the ar. The entire! gluup Is framed by a I shoo; stoic on Main street, near R. I':. fut I '
too in those days. The writer recalll. of the local PORtoffice insj | rival of a little da ul\'hter\ born April Wreath O'f' 01 ak and laurel leaves al-1 Dell' store. --Math Duke*. of Five nl
that when the Red Cross
1 f ror
quota I With the rapid exlensio n of the rail- 6th.Mr.. Hall, <)f Therelexa "pl'nt way awald'd the victors. Mile, was anHitler \'ong the visitors to Laktiluy
county was announced he reg, i rdedse it road gtllle the |Industrial I situation is the week-end here with frit'nds.Mr.. --.-. .. I Piitordi1OR -Miss Liztie Town. :!

as well-nigh impossible to rai, the mole critical. All the bi g steel mills and Mrs. Earl Duk es. of Dukes.. spent l'ICTUUts BENEFIT U. 1) c.I end spent FV .'lidny' and Saturday' in !"P ot.
but Mr. Richard
amount and h is fine at Newcastle are closed.. It is eittie Sunday with then mother. Mrlll.} 11. The Gaiet.J. Theatre, presented-"Tho Jacksonville i-ilh Mis. Claud Davis.avi .- tPoett.
organization went about the matter I mated that seventy-fiv thousand Shaw. -Mrs. M. P.. l\lathf'ny and chil- Trembling 1:lour" an interesting six- Mi'*. Claud 1) and children avid lwit.h,
with the kindof patriotic ardo ir' that I workmen in the. Pitteburg! district are I dren spent the wcel k-end at their home reel photoll,ay on Tuesday evening Mr*. Payne, olt :f Jacksonville niient sev- jartui
swept everything before it, and'when idle. 80,000 worker in Detroit will here. -T. C.. G. Wment and I,. M. IIazen for the beiliU t; of Ute local U. D. C. The 'ral days withe Mrs. J. W. TownHendMrs. .ad, I
the campaign closed it was foun d that I I be forced out of employ unless pent Thursday at lAke Geneva l1"h- pictures wer, excellent, also tho home last week. -IV P. M. Padgett spent E.I Iinesville.
the quotta had been considerably over. there is an immediate cl lange in the ing.. Those who a tttPhded the funeral talent progIlague rum under the manage- Friday lit G -Mr*. L. E. ..r e.Ujrhter. .
subscribed. Shortly after the cl lose: of situation of J. L. Holder L.. Parrish avid dan Luis have Lake
on account of' 1 the factories of from Pine mt'nt 01 Air I. O. lloyncs. MUsea inovFinher ,
this campaign Mr. Richard ans iwered closing for lack of fuel. Hill Lodge No, (9, Tuesday were 11. Iris EppermoOsteen. and Ethel Griffin rcn- *<* into the cottage, coming; the f
the call of the government for II i class C. from Wajcroit a Ga. Frunces Over tab]
Surrency R. T. T. II. Green dered inu-d piano duel; Miss *
of oder! men for the officers tr aining .J.'II..w.ma.. .I. L__.... _H,.ft'M". '" o---. H. R. Brown. E. Eh I. Andrt'u. Sr.. and Nellt' Rol"r charmingly Hang two by returned tf school Monday<< after a a'S;
Amrm and Mra"A MM! Ufa +.A- fh...e win- the strikes goin7n'1vv tl e North ; d C. 1\1. Andriu, _Miss Tave Andreu numbers; andwin little Julia Canova capweek'* illness i of' chicken J'lX.Mra..
run-g--o-firwe
war.Mr. East. and the loss throuf h fruits and and niece lalllY I> left Tuesday tivated her 8lit iudince, by singing "Car- John 1'. Sapp i,, of Sapp, spent several tow
Barr's friends here wereto glad produce rotting in the groves and for an extended viapments with relatives at oliiw. Sunshii c after which she re- I day the guc't of Mr. 8. S. Proctor I
see him looking so well. He i lulft'1'fields as well us the sh now Linden, Fla.11:e,'. Rldenour ,of ceived a rini ICI"II; encore. Mrs. J. F. --Nat Keaves,01 Worthinirtoti wait in rr.
ed a very severe attack of luenza tied up. in yards will am*unit into Gainesville tilled h lis regular appointCanova and i MOo Harry. furnished in- Lake Butler Saturday looking after r i
during the epidemic here in the fall of I huge figures. Some idqa of the up.Itua.mt'nt here Sunday.,, --Grady Kelly of spiring mum ic throughout the evt'l'IbUIlInt' affairJoe -Dr. W. H. Lee Col. d
1918 .and his health was greatlIaired )ly im- tion may be gained from the. fact that Gaim'lIvillt't. spent Sunday here with ing, I Hill\ WilliC. am and P. M. Padgett; oty f
for a long time. but he i ir is nowf while normally Florida lauld be .hip- friends. -Iustia; I Kelly I of New Riv The U. D. finance commitloc spent several days on a fishing trip tAu
r in the best of health. He is pat ping' 200 to' 800 cats of I rare produce there 1'1' IIpent Sunday 11 ere with his sister, which i III posed of Mrs. J. M. Al- 'last week. Mr. Spearman! in the !'* at
[ the church at Dade City, where we are MI'; -Rev. of guest of Mr t.nd Mr*. G. W. Hall thin O.-M.& D
now lens than 10 care leaving dal. ?,_ A. A. 1I1Gainellvlllt \ n, Hayes varez chuirn.uLaresting Mr*. O. L. Haynei
j cure he i ill prreatlv beloved.STRAWBERRY ly- >. dellveiI OcTtwo <. Mr*. W. J. 1 1Tison Eppcrion:: and MIRa Etta week -tail Whit ten, of Raiford at. .jtu1'e:

0 W A-Fulwilt.r.general:I agent of the sermons at the Ad ventlst church sat. ; desire i to thank Me *rs Robintended the M Cords entertainment at Ir
asthe
SHIPMEN TS Seaboard, Was reluctant to hazard a urday and Sunday t'v4lninlll.L.. W. son & Ix-w'isextended I guess as to what the em IbarR'o meant Sowell and wife hay.e moved to' Crook- the i W. T. Weeks, Chapter U. fna' Mrs fur via Mott and infant ro.ir .
,""I The strawberry shipment is in to the state. lyn where Mr. Sine well has employ1). C. -- [ turned to the(. home in Palatkn Filafter'a fht
I i now
full bla t. Beside the buyers i men- id'a Seaboard. Coast Li and Flor- ment with the nay al stores people of .-- ---+ ,day morning; i wart's Tif! with .
tioned in our last issue two' more East Coast would normally be that pla'e.U.. Sowell, of Cooler, MISS GEl KTRUIIE RC1NOKHL I| JOh'l 1\Iott and' wife.Carl Andrews ::nF

" have come from Plant City: R. Dan- shipping 200 to 300 cars O'f' fruit and I ond, was a buafneow B visitor there dur- Miss rude Augustine; Reinoehl 'j.V''nv' mId lornlng for Stiukc; after ttrlk
iels and W. O. Hodges; WhO Ue, their truck-out of the state no, ," he said Inlt the wt''k. W4 arc glad ot rcpwrt died April 2n In Ij. Junui C lorado.,1IVflta'| ," 'visit with leltttlvo and whiel,
f refrigerators.; Except when ra tin in. "This embargo prevents shipment to Mre. J. D. Baxter very much improv- where she I had gone almost three frielldll. -- 'iTf''d' Dowllng spent overal II'' aI
fterferen, from Coo) to 1200 bush leIs ofme any but points in the so.utheast The t'd after a week'i IIIight nomm. -Mrs. Theo year ago: on i account of lung trouble.daYIL with i I mother last work re. al
[ berried leave Starke daily. OI by southeastern markets IT ; abllorb dorl' Llkhfleld and I litllo daughter, IM- Miss einoehwith I wa reared in Starke, turning to Ji ackHonville Sunday IIv(
express in box refrigerators; th ie rest perhaps 10 cars a day of our total ola, spent Mondayrhaps relatives in where she ha Id number of friend on Mr. Hackney, of Lake City. WAR In en
In open crates carried in refrig oratordepot output from the state pe. a lit- LaCrosfie. -Mr. an d Mrs. G. B. Col son account of he r lovable. disposition and Flldny.' .-Mr. Brown, of Worth. "
cars. The berries come to the tie more, perhaps less You! can See entertained a :iber of the young bright mind. Ington, wax t trammeling; business In .
from all directions by auto truck cs, one thAt, a situation which Irrows i Is as lIerlous folks at their 'ely home Tuesday Hei sinter,, MU Sophia Reinoehl.I mkp Under. ,I IRniford Saturday morning.; F.
and two borne wagons wheelba as that will mean a grea It; loss to the evening, April 6th,,, in' honor of John was with her at the time of her death Carve'r, of Georgia, spent, the
"toted" on the shoulders. and by tram growers of Florida." I'mhalflter, who w as leaving for El and brought her body back to Jackweekend: withtow" hU fjitlier S. M. Car. II
-- -----. I'I1RO, Texal. Quit number of in- ver. D. W. Borum gy
The prices paid aro natisfactor;y, butt e a lIon ilIe for interment in Evergreen input the weckamily. I
would be higher! were there no. em- MILLER tereRUnlt games were played and cemetery. 'rhe funeral took place end with Ms fiBrooker --|{oy Godwin, of M 4 I Iin

bargoes against Heveral large Northunt _____ music furnished byeral the Edison. Sev- from the chains of Moulton & Kyle. I was :I town Islet week look- are
ern and Western cities, on of piano lele'tlo were rendered, and Rev. W. A. Cleveland. pastor ofeld log after sinofls 11l1'lIlrs..III.th
strikes among yard crews and i'relghtarkets I Miller! April IB.-One of the prete after which dellelr us cake and hot the Spnngfieconducted ] Presbyterian t'hurch"CollOon, of Bro: ooker motored to Lako ate
handlers. The loss of these miis : ties home weddings eve solemnized chocolate lIervod. home present were j I the. services.! The pall bear- Butler. Sunday afternoon. -Tint' W. M. bo ,
seriously felt by our straw berry<< in this community took place at the Misses Thelma 1 Ward. Marguerite ers were: F.athy M. Womack W. D. Cher. S. met Wcdni. aftot'noon at the. at I ,
growers. home of Mr. and Mrs. T'. 1[. Waters Shriver Inez Aberr Mary KnwlK. ry J. J. .wfonl. Perry L. Thomas I Baptist church i. -Mi** Aniiiu ]Howard i PIt
eHAMPTON when their oldest daug:hter Sallie: of Alachua. Clara I Cone and Ruby J. H. Fields a nd Roger Wells of Iuk('M.1'n Monday with her aunt t1thl.1
and Russell Parrish, son I of Mr. and rroeby. Mc sre. F:red Hazen r.uci'an !\Ir. KvereField : tt Miner and !hilra J. It. MrsJ.. -William Wood of
Mrs. R. L. Parrish, of Dukes, were lIazen, Marvin 118 zen. Prof Carter went U p from Staike to'attend 1 Pavo, Ga, spotrylee. it IIt'vC'TIII l days with'hi* fart
Hampton April 10.-c. G. M ulludy united in mariiage.: Thee bride looked John l'inhalstcr Rased [:and Crews Lewis the funetal'iMMURDAU" rouslti RPV. /H:I. S. Prortor.Willnrd tlnl
was a visitor to Jacksonvilli this exceedingly charming dre In white Shriver Abe and Ardell CroMby. . Parker of N(.,w River, spent, tho week t p
week. -Mrs. H. D. May of The'ressa, crepe de chine with ac. cosporles to Brooker school de ised Friday, April TGH WILL KEBUILIIurdaugh end! with his :I family, --l\Ir. nnd Mm.
was a visitor to Hampton Sat'urday. match. Miss Waters isamong 'very popular 23, with dinner on I the ground Every. -' W. H, Wulle'r have puiilinHed' the Ireo
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baker, of r Lake her acquaintance! Mr. Par. onp hall a cordial invitation to' come W. N.; of j' ernan d.anll. Perkins.) rotlaj and will make their
Geneva, were visitors to HaTuesday. mpton ush is one of the SUCCPR sful farmers and bring well title,d baskets. We t's.move has been hen during the week to re- homo In, Lake Butler.J, II. Mnrnhon i
-Dr. W. E. Middled ofisional of the peclally invite the candidates the rulr a of his City Hotel which burn I III ,
; n, Dukes section. J" large eon- to away i a vinft to West Flor '
,Starke was attending to profe course of friends and represent !Iath'ell were present and spt'tik on'this occasion. was burned sumc time ago and make Ida thi week. Editor n. 7.. Miit-
business here -Rev. J. Mul. ---4 .._ arranllt'mentlLUIT for rebuilding. He has tht'wlI nod fumed -
Monday. to do her honor'. The cere. fly are plcaxantly loratif :
Bady. of Hampton left Monday fPatka . of Mr. find Mm. J. II. nl
where he will continue hisr I work Dukes. We extend to M fro and Mrs: I Thc following ba been drawn for site but hisve i faith in Starke is so --MiHMe Ellie Whitworth a
strong that hi. has decided) to build for
the Kathaknee.
in the utheraf Parrish and Hnrrinnn loOn
I have
government sotpronnties. our congratulat ions They grand and petit jl jrymen for spring adopted
third tim .
th*
-Malcolm Lagette ol' Val- I will be at home to thei!r friends at I term of the circuit, (court to convene The new' contain flf- 'two orphan glFagcr from the Marcu C. of
Kdosta. was visiting at the home of P. their residence near Duki,ell. -Mrs. J. in Starke Manday'LneOUII 3. 1920: .wIII. home tn i Jackunnvlllp. They nr- art
teen room t two stories. high, and will
IB. Hunt Sunday.Vardie W ill, of' L. Brown gave; a miscellier ehow'i H-nry L. St."neen.ert : MOL lr'l- Peak. Hub.lankfton. rived inwilding Lake Butler lat wf'ck.Mr.. tl
KPalm Beach, was visiting friend Is and Saturday from 3 to 5 o't'o'k! in L. M.nn. Fmd 8. J iNiluin CarUr.r.llrh. require about t180,000 t feet of lumber. Sims IH quite i ill at the Edgar Hotel pr
{relatives here Saturday and jnday.Sutler. honor of Miss Sallie Wat I It. RI;: ''.itot.'l; W. A. Joinne. J. Some! of the foundation of the former Mrli UirkII"| \ witt I III (,ltI1v lellrtnt. I
.rII. the bride W. starlinn.: .... ii. e. IAn_, K. IT.mill. building can I I be used for the new. Mr. [WI!
f Rev. Armstrong of Lake I elect. Numerous presenl te were Pre- Inmrntd-r. W. M. ., R K Tutor, S.ntom. sides hotel jr jmfp.0| of the Florida University, In''
[filled his regular appointment jI"irllt' at the sented. At 5 o'clock the guests were n. oat4wit. lifenry J. 8. Bmwn. A.Chananr. Murdaugh conducting; a Oainexvllle': 'as in I.akc1111.1..1'\ Fri. (I

Baptist church Sunday. -Mrs. I Invited into the spacious dining( room A.'vf.W And.raint.: jhns:: j.Thomas r, Kim;kilter J.: J.W.: O/Joim.-N.-Turner, *in Femandinihtlmn nshin a.|It, and aliio being runs a engaged aw mill,In,,, I day. April OU. Owing to tho incle1 .;
|W. G. Seals, of Jacksonville, wn I vis- where they were served fl i I'Ult and coke II. 81"1.... I'. I' Kerve.OH. Bonnctt, O. II.S and the ] her used in the mPncy: of (the 1 weather the extension i5n
building
liting friends in Hampton this week. after which the guests dc]parted wish ll.nnir. w. A I"'klo. i!I. V. AndrawH. Thnrnne ('Iallll| li,1 not m"l.t.'I'he McCord
... Thom.. J%. M. Blvnehanl.. T, I. will come fro'm hill mill. I '' "
[Mrs. Seals was once a resident I town and has many friends her,e who with many thanks to Mn a. Brown far 1'.1. fore work 'the is I success Friday, evening al the school hea
(were glad] to see her.L.. J. Wynnhurch the pleasant t'v'nt.Mn I. John Matt -- ---+ on new building starthoume.! Thin wan the lat of the I,Yo f
and of, Stark attended of Lake ;: od. J. W. E wards will be in charge! ceum attract!. for the wintpr. .
[ family, c Butler is vinitiaugh !nl her pa" VETEICAN14 TO MEETg of th" work. The building being $it' '! >nil Each [;
|here Sundav.E.. Hicks and d ents. Mr. and Mrs. ftolaniAlgar I T omaa. A special Meetiriuxiness of J. J. UickisonnfmJerate uated at the corner of' Walnut street; IIttrll'tinn box, : been u urrens find thn
|ter, Mine Emma, are spending this Thomas made a I'el b trip Chaph'r United Coay. Veterans well i, Worn rl'. Club. wind tn expMiNW their 1'
and Pennsylvrnted i III
week with friends and rclativ in to Lake Butler Saturdi, --A.: A. I. ('allt'- far May 21\th. Memorial Day fer a hi.tel, and avenue.will be thanks to tile j,, 'olilifor their support,
arratig/
1 Plant City and Tampa.Mr.. an d Mrs. Miller, who has been 8'e pending thc The veterans will be guests of the with this in view, IO-j in bfinging tour he"I' entertainment. to t
I Levy Johns, of Jacksonville, weritors vis- winter in Tampa with his 1 IIllIte!, Mrs. United \\aulIhterll; o f the Confederacy -- -purFRKE --p"se- town. .-.III',"V G. W. H warn spent ),
here Sundav. -J. P. People* and Morgan is stopping awhhrnfhor. lite with bill for dinner. ; Monday with J Kev. S. H. Proctor.IETIIOIMST ,t1
1IRKS NEXT MONDAY .. .
Mina .Tulia] MnlliHnv, nf StotVitenr'.M ,P. at Tf. RTil1or. An 1 hl .."._. .. I --. - -- ..11
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h-urh--h;; ;Pre S-u-nd-;; : ::=Mrs.bMae his home; I in Valdosta, Ga.::':'Miss Ruby w WOMAN'S: CLUB TO HC,ILII CAKE The W. C. T. U., under the inan- M i;,

Brannen. of Jacksonville is the ParriKh left for Seville recently i where AND PIE SALE agement. of Mrs F. ,A. Scott will put Sundav si-h ool, fl:4,1: : Preaching 11 ""'
fgiiost'of her mother. Mrs. M. E. Ma- she has; accepted a pooition as I t;each-; on at the Galt'tyIe! )riduy April 19th, a. m. Epwoi rth Ifiiuup, 7:15: p. m. IItr'
,ire, this week.Mrs.. Beside Me- er In the school. The Woman's Club will hold a bale nome interesting pietcoffee urea furnished by Sacred conceitalth I 8; p. in Prayer meetiy u I
"ruder, who is teaching in Ocnla. vls- of cakes, pie, sandwiched and the state board of he' teaching by ing. WedriedaLuwtry H" m. l'I''lIrhhllt at tty ><
Jited her home Sunday. -W. II. New- iced tea at the office' of th ie Bradford the use of animate,,tl cartoons, vital] Fricln 1 fit th., H p. m I
som and family, who have been loeat- I,1 MRS. F. II. WAIMtlGHT County Abstract Co., tomfl irrow (Sot- heplth rules. Aside from th i lesson .. .:... !

d cast! of Hampton for several urday) afternoon. This PAPer le is mad they teach they are \ii iterestlng to both AT ''inn GAIETY: T J

nonths, moved to Brooker Wednesday.A Last Tuendav morning many to finance a worthy came and should young and old. No a dmimdon charged/ Tonight Fr Iday. Afrll 16, Corrlnne .
social was given at the home of so.is were saddened to hear o f the be well patronized. and everybody Invite' d. Grimth in "Tl ie Bramble Kunh." Also !O

Irs. J. M. Maxwell Saturday even death of Mrs. F. D. Wamright which ------e the great sal fety first picture, "The J ju '
ing. Those present were Misses Lena occurred at her home on North Wal. WARNING TO MERC!HANT8 satisfy themselves tl hat (It is genuine i House That Ji ark Built."

Mulladv. Byril Mullady. Alma nut street. The funeral took place J. M Truby has been i annoyed atj I before they cash chi neks on which it Saturday /ipril 17. 2nd Episode of toll
>yal Ethel Hunt. Willie Johns Rance Wednesday afternoon from the fame having several checks iwn in bill apnearo. "Lightning IIture !;Iryce," with other picjlghtnlng \
Johns, Vardy Wall, Russell Dyal Per- 51v residence Rev. B. I). Law. c J if the name by an unknown pi irtv., Surh I The check artlKt o r artists who has *. See "I Bryce." J ..j
y Griffin and Cecil<< Manire. i| Baptist church, officiating. An obit. checks will not be cashed at t; the banks, ; thus shown his work. box probably riot Next "ues ,I uary of this excellent lady wil I ana his signature is well lown there limited his artlvit.tell to forging Alice Joyce, v rill appear In "Slave of .
Jur Millinery I I. right and tIO are the pear in the next issue of' the Telebut merchants and other,,, being un- checks on Mr. Trubi alone. A word Prldra Ito graph fnature. Nuf mtd.lo (1"

rice.. Stcrnnerf'a. graph.; accustomed with his fignatT613r ; ure, should! I to the wise Is rnougl)1. Admll, !*lon 1 t: all above ICc and 2155c.nolvanna' .

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'Theresa, April 2-
ens, of Lake City, fill STOREOF
urday pointment and at Sunday the lit CASH DEPARTMENT

give sermons to int
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P:H. Neal and fa
week from Ba scorns
thula, where they H
,, months. BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA
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4 y 1' Dry G., Sapp, a.
t collector, of Raiford
Ing I nour comtaua
during; last week. ]
t the guest of hit rli

t van.H. S. Roebuck ai AND LASTS ONLY
y Cove pent Springs several days I SALE BEGINS APRIL 15TH

': S. B. Woodard
Bridgend, where he
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1Z ter a few day visit,
'9. j"," ..fly.ii -.,
'' ''ij' Charlie Phillips e
I' River Wednesday n THIRTY DAYS

;"., .urday employment.for Larkins. .-

It. Mv King wai |1t
ka Thursday on bio
Sam Swlndel west -
;t ton Wednesday aftl

r o for Miss Miami Minnie, where Hut f' THE REMARKABLE BARGAINS WE OFFER GIVES YOU A RARE OPPORTUNITY -

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? Hall Mesdames were visitor Jno P snesduy. TO PURCHAS&THE SPRING NECESSITIES WITH A GREAT

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'to W.Mini the A.county Ida Jones Hagan seat was 1 1i SAVING ,OF MONEY. TAKE A LITTLE TIME AND GO OVER THIS LIST

a: New River WedneM

?' ti. .W.va, attended B. Baker chur and OF BARGAINS AND THEN COME TO OUR STORE AND BE CONVIN

Mesdames J, E.

Visitors Rhames and to Brookl Mls f}' CED. WE HAVE MANY OTHERS NOT LISTED BELOW.

ternoon.
''' Mn Josephine Eton
J spent several
relatives and trlene1fr. I
and Mrs I
v Jenkins, of Brookly A GENERAL ASSORTMENT |I: GROCERY DEPARTMENT $8.00 Men's Work Shoes 300 pair Indies Silk Hose, $1.00:
I Pills! Price ________________.... 3.79 value for first 10 days only.
l business Saturday lOc Stick Pins, Sale Price ._ ._ .04 Flour, her bhl _______u_ __.__$13.25Oats ....q., ....J $10.00 Work ShoesSale Sale Price ........__.....__. .63
Mrs II. D. May IDs Thread, Sale Price nh. .05Ific per sack --..,*________._.$4.05 Price __ _______________ 6.49
' visitors to Lake G / Shoe Strings, Sale Price, .08 Peerlees Feed. _____________._.$3.75 I I $15.00 High Top, English LADIES' HATS
enjoyed a fish fry t lOc Shoe Strings, Sale PriF.04 I I.Molasses Feed, $3.50 value ____$3.25. Sale Price ___________.Style_ __ 8.23 A full line of Ladies' Up-to-date
Sam Swlndol wtors !0c Men's Handkerchiefs ____u .15 Rico, per suck _? -___________$13.25 u
? I Men's Shoe this
$10.00 Dress Spring at sale
I Hate'going
J to Hampton 84 25c Hair Pins, Sale Frlr2 ..':-- .12 Shorts: per suck ___________.._$3.45 I Sale Price ___nn_________ 6.49 for .____.__....._..._...___.$1.98
,,,)lr. and Mrs. Ben IDc Tablets, Sale Price!-'si--jg'--' .08 Cotton Seed Meal -.._?-____,.$4.15 YARD GOODS DEPARTMENT
ST 35c Men's Supporters ___Un__ .25 <;rita, per sack ______,----00-$4.45 I' LADIES' SKIRTS WAISTS AND
atives at Starke .I 35c Child's Supporter .15 Meul, Back ____ _____.____ 1000 yards Homespun, 35c value HOSIERY
i % per 1 $4.45 Sale Price ________ _.__
Sunday. 1.25 Men's ,, ____ __ nn .27
$ RU8pendeI\.E--- .09 Soap, per bar _._____ _..4Hi .
? Messrs. M. Z. an 1.00 Men's .49 i i76c I Wuhhing Powder ______________.4% 1.000 yards 3.4 Yellow Homespun $8.00 Sale Silk Price Shirts____._._________._
______.___ $6.49
YY ternoon.visitors to JlampU Melts Sale Price _..__.n.__ .251',Syrupj per can ____,..____-,.___ .15 500 Sale yards Price White ._______ .18 $10.00 Silk Shirts
Bleaching, 60c.
k, $ Mr. Taylor re tun $2.$1 Men's Men's leather Belts, with Belts'Tax.-biifiay.$1.2! .49:) ;''Macaroni ,..._____.1________:_ .081 t Sale Price _u__________-____ .33 Sale Price __________________ .7.95
home at Geneva aft 25c Men' Hose __.__:-_ __-_ ___ .13'('I Tomatoes I,- per can'-: .._______ .09 1,000 yards Hickory Stripe Shirting $12.00 Serge Skirts
It here. Mr.; Tay 60c Men's Hose -.--------.1"-- .18 11I I I' Tamatoei.J o. teen .__-_.... .18 all prints $15.00 Sale Georgette Price hnu Wiaists_______t,__ 8.49

pleased with the I C5c Black Ladies'mud White Gauze Shlrt..I< ''JL...- .23.J.18: 'I $alp od', 3 Ib.can ---..'.--...; .20 Sale Price ______.___________ .32 Sale Price .,_.i.________..._-_ 8.95
part of our country 1 Sardtiies 'J.__. .. .. 1,000
$1.00 Men's B. V. D. Underwear .41 .L. ,-. _.__ .0(5( lards 50c Ginghams, $5.00 Silk Waists, Biff Bargain
Percy Grlmn arn $1.25 Elastic Seam Und rwar. .89.Green of\'ro.per.lb _..__..?...24Vi Sale Price _.___________ _____ .32 Sale Price ....__..____ 2.98)
Hampton, and Mim $::1.00 III en's Ties __._&. ... .._ 1,000 yards Apron Ginghams $5.00 Ladien' Wash Skirts
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1.73 lV0n, pound ._.'. ._ .
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tha Dees, of Stark / Sale Price _______. Sale ______
$2,00 Men's Ties ._. ..... .!01$1.49 ''1rd _.". -- .22 Price ._.-....-2.98 up
-- per >ow-d"___ _. ____:::25% 1,000 yards 3-inch! Percales
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85c Children's Ho e _____ _. .15 I $3.00 Linen Waists
7 75e/ Children's Hose, black-,..- .. .43 ;' SUA'IU'.flcrlb.A-".hite\--; .1.9. Sale Price -.__________--___ .32 Sale Price 1.49
IP:, 85c Towels _____........._..'.-. .10 .'Ib ir,'"? |Ibtllllt.rlain.{ .':'___.$1.69 1,000 ;yards! Percales, 25c value $3.00 Ladies Silk----Hose-------------
$2.f.O Bed Spreads __________..$1.85 ,: Speciarprices to all on Can Coffee and Sale Price _______._._______. .1 g I Sale Price: .._...__________1.65 up
GE $200 Men's Work Shirts: _-___.$1.191 i| all Canned Goods 1,000 yards GinghamsSale Special Prices on all Colors of Ladies
,I $200 Men's )limns Shirts: ______$1.19 Price --...----.__.___.._.19H j Hosiery
$l.M> U.ys'' Work Shirts ___ .98 'j I 'MEN'S SUITS AND PANTS 300 yards Feather Ticking, 75c I
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ft H / $1.60 Boys' Work Shirts _-__._ 98 Sale Price _____.___?_._____ .b 4 MISCELLANEOUS -_ _
$1.00' Boys' Shirts __ ._ ..49 $35: .00 Men' Blue Serge Suits $3.00 to $8.00 Corsets
s $3.00 Overalls -__' .____h__'_$L98 I Sale Price ,_;,,.,.?...,.._.___23.95i SHOES FOR LADIES Sale Price _______________$1.95 up
$3.50 Blue Denims Overalls and 'i $50.00 Men's Suits $6.00 White Pumps, all styles $3.00 Middy Blouses
FIRE ;: Jumper to match --:;-______$2.23: I Sale price --:....,..---._._--.-..37.50. I I l$6.00 and $7.00 Men's Pants Sale Price .-----._______ 4.23 Sale Price ..-._.....___$1.49 up
,: $4.00 Machinists'Khaki Suits __$3.29 $12.60 Men's Pants 1 Sale Price ._ ?.__.,.,..,__..,. 3.49 $8.00 Ladies' Shoes, High Top" I $1.00 Children' Dresses
I $8 Men's Leather Auto Gloves.$2.2: i Sale.Price _.__ ._____ _.___ Black and Brown Sale Price: .. .79
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$2.50 Leather Glove.MEN'S .......____$1.69 .J ? ? $3.00 and $4.00 Men's Pants Sale Price _.__ __._..._ 4.95 I $2.00 and $3.00 Children's Dresses
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$8 $9.00 Men's Pants Sale Price ._._,_ _._ _.. h up
- DRESS SHIRTS s.Price .?.____. ____u.5.95 ? 2.23 $10.00 and $12.00: Iron Grey Sale Price __.__...........1.49 up
$3.00 Shirts $:r ati $2 and $2.60,-Sale Shirts price, :Sale: _Tree.*..,$2.23.73 Sale Priceilnys'.hats .____;;..,.'.___._'_$ .' : Sale- I'rlco.l.. .__.__..._.-,...._.. 1.49 Special Sale on Sample ShoesA 25 Silk Dresses, $25.00 Value will
HATS - SPECIAL BARGAIN OFFER be sold during the first 10 daysof
AND CAPS Sale Price -------------------$9 SHOES FOR MEN 100 sale at ..._...._.....___$13.49
Ladies
$S and $0 Men's Hats Roy $2.00 Value Caps $5.00 Men's! Shoes pair Tall High Top Rush' for this opportunity

n. Sale Price __ ___ _$2.9G ,Salu Price ,._...,;..:,_-_ _____ ,;53,! Eak"Prke --.?._.."_.,_.__ 8.09 White Sale Price Shoes_,.Latest_____ _Styles._-_..__ 3.25 Bags of all kinds price going at very low

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$1 to $1.25 paid first class mechanics. What Ralph Watkins
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r' open shop condition No strike Steady rats around store had enough to eat .

,; ployment I in Miami, FI.. Write for information, ..wouldn't Heard about touch anything suspi 4 .,
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1 ono"I a trial. Results were wonderful.gave All Quigley I Lumber & I f.I
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FRIDAY APRIL 16. 1920
I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

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: t Savannah and Jof .A. Iron, TELEGRAPH'S H'oa 'ONOR ROLL
f ORN.h..t FIELDS Failinaof I
( CROPS FOR (; -
Jacksonville, were busin vlllitora Names .r Those Who Pa,lit subscription I>.r-

= .. Bean and Cowpeas J Are Good here transacting Satuiday -business Col.! Peek he, <,of re Starke Thursiville ., Into Feb nary

1. 6 For Moat Sections was -
of Jatksor was 'Iral
day.C.. C. Click S W. E. V.
- C. L. Hunter Mrs. V.E. "|' r1. -
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business visitor Saturday.! a. E 1. !>,.!. H. O. Browa
exceptions, it is ada . J. H. Kelly. '
CreWborou..h.
asaw With few
very 1 1ta Miss Magi gie .
M. Crews and
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[ to Joe S. GrlII'. W H. Ca,.. .11. O. W. Buiitr.in .
"viMible to use some companiu m crop: Sunday with relatives at lIamp.
spent Co. Mr*. A. G. Dud'ow..lI. -
H to be EMathis.. J. J.
immediately follow corn time the corn ton.Mr.. and Mrs. I). L. J 1 Rigby J. J. McLeod. w. C Bull Robert. <
at the same as : .y. '
1] grown from Starke Sunday and spent w ilnrlirtit A. C. Crrnw-
Prof. A. P. Spencer of the extoyed D 1'. CA..ntAor. N. C.
. crop. the day with relatives. On I their re- I., W. Androu. Thi*.
wllll.m.
w tension division of the Colic'ge: of agdesirable- fnrd. J. P. '
== in turn trip they were acco Ipanled aa Mims Arlie SloI& a in., 8. J. Norman. J.
: liculluie this more < Hays
by !Misses hi I II' and J. J. BMIInn.limnnvn. .
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in Florida than in most of her states, far as wU-y F. Johnson J. L. farm Miter.
nl. in that corn matures eailie than in na Marr, Rosie Wilkinson and John A. S. IItrlekl.nd. W. B. Dr.' L. L. t, in ,..rr

: other Southern state. The effects 'I Marr who returned< any Marr visited friends at Sat- a.. Hull. E. E. Canova.
first, W NLindsey Mrs. N.
..;.. of IheM- companion crops i led to
return
urday. Jim Carter E. Dull. H. Y. Brown. E. W.
second, w. H. "erkln. R.
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to obtain a hay or grain cro|
sense after spending a few days W.berly 1. RooI.... L. REd-
Monday,
to add humus to the soil; thli'rd.i to presummer ...ior. J. E. Nicki.
ERI "vent leaching during the! here with his parents, Air, and M rs. wards Roy Ro......... Elan n .*..1.. W. T. Cwncry

- rains; fourth to make use rf the unL.. S. Carter. -II. C. Win and by C. A. arT.. L. Ch. . R. R. Taylor.Deaver. w
the is family had as week-rnd KU tests Me.- J. L. Chane. W. 1. T. J. Andrew
,,12 used fertility after cor n crop r.
fifth to t leachina"rB.. G. II. Barker, of Mcredi ith. Gilbert M... Marco Glov..r.. W. o. T ion, J. M. Conner.
mature and ,
,61 ; prevent
by using the soluble.nitre\ ) Barker of Tavares and 11. C. Wim- w. A. llrown. Mrs- D. Dewie 1>,.1. MUM Eva HanE. L

OJ 8. up berry, Jr.. of Maxville.L Marr I rock. S. M. I>uk.... Gtoo.I'd . Kelly. M... L. A.
,Iyr. The most commonly used c!ompanion Saturd lay, -Cari I '
of Lawtcy, was here a.nold. J. G. Weaver. M *. E. L. Odom. L. eRlrne.
Int crops' in Florida are velvet boanscow Wilkinson, of Stuart, arrive ,< Monday' Fralick. Laura Doured .;) W. R. Ro.ler. '

... peas beggar weed peanuts': and na- visit his parents, Mr. alI Mr E.F.. M. MIf"holl. J. L. Un,l.Thlll. M. Z. Conner I Iilnrlnht

d fa. tive ,grasses. On some land 1s practic- Wilkinson. Gilbert Barket left TunJ.L. C. UocI..... W. E. w., C. N. Sh.... lJ
ally all!i these will prow, so i in i I that case and Greenville,
Jacksonville
for ... .. Alice
day M.
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T. J. Moore.
ours it in a matter of selecting theptofitablo. one most where he will visit relativesi for severMrs.. M. E. Edw.rdo. A. T. Mimell Lan"'Ord'j< C! For rosy cheeks,
eyt .
:i al weeks. Strawberries Ire moving drew. K L. Grill'I. J. R. Groover. B. BurB I '
,"ie -- 11, W-of course" desirable t have le- freely! from here now, the g rowers are rick. J. J. RI..don. 8. Y. ..on.( W. T. WuRlvenbaek , smiles white

. a A fume crops where they are practical; getting heavier yields) thai I they C'X- din. W. I'. 8rd. W. H. Dixie M. I; happy ,

ford however on some lands othei r, crops do peeled and prices are very good:: 110 far I Hollins. J. M. Shaw .II'' Eugene Bryan C. -
Letter will to the
and return
mo re
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DUD Where --".- R. Hewitt, Gtoo. Cone. L. U Leach J. A. J. I> seth good appetites
satis-
noil. lands do not Kfactory rive A ,
k'I1 Bevels. H. B. WlKKlM. Mn.
McKinney. R. H.
yields of legumes i it t, is I
' nl RUPTURE: Florence Flynn M... S.Ilia E. Jones, O. J. Phil-
.. I ly Hue< 'iI_; musk L. L. W.tt. C. M. I Ir I'hlllilM, B. M. Kelly ;'
.1 Thomas Kinney. J. Odmwa 1 Vr.nl.on. G. W. An-
Among legumes the mow It general
, V. J. Shh.man. M r.. S. M. Morrell.
I L.I i
ya are velvet beans and cowpi'Pan; how-
4' t: ever these are not always tl he best to M. Stok. Earl Edw.rd', Oliver Sparka I L
EXPER'I J. W. Caldwell.. Its benefits as GREATas
Min. H..nnl. New are
I'd" plant. For instance, in the St. Johnson ,
E. H.Waters. CI..mon J. R. Mgie iClenaiehan: M... An-
t'salt ht<< county beans have Irish not potato been a very sect[ I Velvetimportant I HERE, 8ternburg. J. L. Ben iwn., John D. Pearce, I Its cost is SMALL!

Mno. Ben John. H. W r. Kalford. Mary J. \
. w crop as they do not fit into t he systemirpeas. I 1
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of well In Mott M... E. F. Johns.cialty J. W. Blelllnic. B. E. I Ir
farming as as cow
I ps c other sections farmers hi,esitate to Seelev. Famous in This !Spei'\ i I Call- Brown. N. E. But..r. 'M,*. O. A Grlffla. Hoima 'I I
I for
desire
IYII because of th,e ibil. fit In Jacksonville! land Johnson CB.. JohGrill'I. , Joa. Bolt J. W. It satisfies the
plant pOR
ns cowpeas I .. 8. J. Rosier. M.... C.h..r'n. Tests. I Iuney.
sty of filling,; the soil with i root knot I is beneficial. too.
and in the same section yet vet! beansictory D. E. Johnoon. J. S. T. E. P. Duncan | sweets. and

,al N are not altogether satisfa !''as .F. II. Seeley of Chicago and Phila0.1 J. Ald..rm..n. R. J. A ndrvwa, W. U. Ham-I
bu delphia the noted truss expert' will monl. M.. R. M NlnmBville 10, Leslie Nettles, H.
1 they do not ripen early enou gh: to pero I
nit of cultivation in time t personally be at the Win door Hotel s. lAm. I
was I : prepare J Tight Kept Right
Sc sated(
aftc the land for fall crops. In tl hese cases and will remain in Jacksoi thus I --.-

the grasses and beggar wee ds do bet. Sunday, Monday and Tues day, April PINE I FILL
list
18 19, 20th. Mr. Seeley aYII, : "The I II
ter than either the velvet be an or cow --

.to'i., s pea crops. I Spermatic Shield will not i but coon Pine II ill, AIJrl 16.-Thursday
case of rupture perfect!y, I .
On the drier lands where it is best any m ht a few 1''laUv. and friends of
J SB
\0 diaverage ,
in 10
to plant corn In wide rowsversa I. the unltrad. the opening ayeprove. Misses Tave Andreu and Dai'y Lewis '1

'11'11'. practice of planti!ng velvet case. Being a vas odsexamgathered at the homeecta of E. B. Andreu, !: I' a ,
methgiven I
merit all former i I
it 'Ii beans or peanuts between tl he rows is over ''
efl im- Sr., to tell them I-bye.: Music was'
was a good plan. The distance the pllfylnainstantaneou" furnished by the v lolin and guitar.Mr. .

cat CI corn allows it enough moistiry to car- mediately appreciable and wlth.tand-I. I Those present were, and MrB. C.
strain ,. This
,gan it through the ripening |period and ing any or position
and
W Colson baby Mrs. F. L. Col-
received the onlj award In
Inell after the corn in matured the velvet strument
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son and daughters, Iva and Virginia
and beans or peanuts have plentOf ;y of time England and in Spain pro,ducing re- Mra. Lou Cone. Goi:don Elixon Min-
tion" med.
suits without injec ,
course planting corn in wide surgery, "
rows
chat Mr.nie and Dave Green, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
E' will not give: the heavy yiel<
Ins )i such lands the total yieldvelvet from the Seeley has documents fronted the Unit- rank and Charlie( ( one.. -J. E. Cle- After The

rokl beans or peanuts wimuch ill be very,: States Government, V Washington t mona wets In BrookE?r Friday. -Miss
greater than the cor n alone niw Vera leftinterested' for Madi- Eli I ors' WRIGLEY Flavor '
t the is I Is I D. C., for inspection.I All cl I harity cas- Surrency Friday
in
.j corn planted narro rows I
ne E Under any circumstance Florida es without charge or if any work.son where She she was will ace I ompanied take up by school her j, Me:al" 511 Lasts

.ral it soils should have a cover ci rop' to folprotects- call' he will be glad top how, same l father, who returnee I Saturday night raa PERFECT U A12Vou

neat low corn. The cover ('I'oJ][ without charge or fit themBusiness if dt'sll'l.d.Mr.. and Mrs. C, WIt Col Him and Mrs

,..."1' the win soilt and t the directvents rapid n el tys of thevaporation demands prevent! 1 stopping Bethel Colson were In Worthington Jljlil! I M mF .'w' n_ fJJ Y& !>.4' .'
lyk and Lake Butler Sat
urday.A social
Iayf during hat weather an<| uho'liumus .i-e all adsd at any other place in this s action was'given at A. I. Greene's home .
to the noil. Where heRe crops I'. H.-Every tttatement !in thin 110- Saturday night. The t., - -

lay I Ice. C are neglected the fcrtilizrapplied must be tice has been verified befor the "l"d.frs.! Lou Cone, Mrs.F. .ore R. J.present Oliver were MrI!,. "Found Seven Rats Dead in Bin NextMorning" .

from some other sot urea in or- eral and State Courtlll.-J'. Seeley. F. L. Colson, Alien es Khoda Lomie
fry i
Do More Work
tier to produce good crops. and Alva Thomas. V Cone, Rosa Sur- Robert Woo idruff, says: "My premisited t-
I Iwl -Adv. It.Captured.
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. HIOliliANlT"Highland rency Iva and Virg into Colson, CunIV. es were infeeRATSNAP : with rats. I tried You are more ambitious and you get snore
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.m tey Oliver. Messrs. > F'. and Charlie o n friend's recommen d a. enjoymethe nt out of everything when your

. .Berke after three at itempts to Guy Rosier, Hubert t t; Rouse of New tion. Next mi'orning found seven dead blucld I. In good condition. Impurities in
' April 10.--Mcs srs. II. W. rob in Hebron ce etery near River< a grave Fe, and rats in bin t ivo. near feed box, three the ,
systinervousr em. causing weakness laziness
- Urooksville, a gruesome qu; of Chester Andreu, of Jew River. -Miss
.rare I : in stall. and large number since
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: DR. WILLIAMS' NO. 101 TONIC 18" and sickness.
1. : unknown species has used muchUrooksville Iva Colson spent Sn night and
iturday
IS A PROVEN REMEDY the of 1 No smell from i I dead rats-RAT-SNAP GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
with
tmpb speculation on part Sunday Miss K toss: :Surrency. -
I.t t tetus I people during the last few <: Some Mrs. A. B. Surren, and children, dries them up.. Best thing I have ever restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying

Made Up of Three Ingr: xlienls of months ago: Henry C. Clarl k was kill- Rosa and Mollie t and Frank Cone used." Three sizes,.25c, COc, $1. Sold and Enrl Ichlntf the Blood. When jou feel

a Known Worth ed by u falling tree and his body was were in Brooker SatMrs. urday. -Mr. ami and guarantee!!d by D. C. Jones and J. how(Its siren gthening. Invigorating effect sue
It b color
to the cheeks and how
rings
iat interred in Hebron cemeti Soon Ted Lewis M. Mitchell.
ry. anted d I I son, Sidney and It the
improQROVE yes appetite you will\ then
the 1 Iron, Quinine and Magnoi: muntr is are the afterward a passerby .n that a Guy Rosier, of Broo>kr. were visitors!! apprecia te Its true tonic value.
three hole had been excavated in the grave here Saturday.A.,, K. Currency< ingredients: that will get right down to the box surrounding cas daughter Vera in 'S TASTELESS Chill TONICi
wen e Brooker Wed-
I I .n: to work to clean out the dill aRe germsMalaria: ket. The hole was refilled and shortly ne..dIlY.111'. and Mrs. A. L. Green In the i Spring Time is not patent medicine. It is simply

Mile of Colds, LaGrippc and 1 In afterward it was noted that it had were in Brooker Sf iturday afternoon IRON an id QUININE suspended! In Syrup.

tacks your body. Quinine kills the germs been reopened. This happened a third shopping.: -The guests at A. L. Any fool knows enough to carry So pleas.,ant even children like it. The

In the blood, Magnesia los off thetrcngthens time, and S. I'. Rogers! who lives near Greene's Sunday w ere Misses Vera an umbrelli a when I it rains, J hut I blood ne nils Quinine to Purify it and IRON
to Enriclerties h it. These reliable
r. body, poisons and Iron t the cemetery resolved to catch the' Cone, Rosa Sunen'yI ', Iva Colson Rho. the wise is I fall tonic prcpiver -
man ne to drive out Impurities in
- would-be Tracks left "r
robber. da Lomie and
and invigorates. grave Alva Thomas, r.t'eRsI's.I
I the blow d I.
h'' Dr. Williams' 101 Toni!,c contains by the animal and a glimpse of its Lee and Fred Greenperly of Lake Butler, he who carries I The Strei
fleeing: form had given Mr. Rogers an I Evan: Hodtfe Eustitreatment 'one when I it is man-Creating Power of GROVESLESS
G E these three ingredients: s Kelly, of New i TASTEonly ,
pro pro Chill TONIC has made it
idea of its he imbedded largesteel River Mallie
size so a Sum
imcy and Charlieen ( /
.. portioned. It's the correct' cloudy. the favoi rite tonic In thousands of homes
for Colds and trap of the type ordinarily used Cone. -G. W. Ifs:en and children <, f More th an thirty-five folk
-I LaGrippp Ma.larla. by Florida The animal was visitors Any man will years ago
trappers. wore to Bro _
2Gc and 50? bottles for S lie at Saturday. '/ fit would rid le a long distance to get GROVE'SELESS
your duly caught and the mystery deepen-I Miss Van Cone sper it Thursday night send for a doctor TASTi Chill TONIC when

C drug store.-Adv.-1 I'd. for it was declared by hunters and and Friday at her u:;ncle's home, E. B. / when he gets member of their family had Malaria' or u

I Andreu- Sr.- -, of-.BroiEAST......nker.FAKKE. I ,4 t/ bedfast, but the needed a body-building, strength-giving
E.jf N tonic. .The: formula is just the same to-
Sre I /, wiser one is he day a IKstore i you can get it from any c-.atl!

I M / who adopts iOc,( per bottle. -

W the East Staike Apriof 1 16.-Jack' Howe .
= a1 Agents .!!o proper) measures -
: Staiko, was the g'uest of his mother .
- j I at Kingsley lake Sur iduy afternoon. before his ills I "Rats Pass Up All Other Food For

for I Ml'sArR. James Johnsand ton, George,; Wiley: become seri! ,ous. During a hard One[ Meal of RatSnap"first

Misses Florence and Pearl Carter winter or thi.e following spring one -

f ti s visited Ileilbronn S|irir.., s Sunday. feels run-dc]wn, tired out, weak Their meal of RAT-SNAP I.t is
) Arthur Rigdon of t he Wateroak sec- I I their too,
and Kills in few minutes. Dries
tion nervous i. Probably have
I was a guest of Jack Howe Sun- you
I l I 1 up the <:area B. Rats killed with RAT-
JTi8ffiChocolates I day.Noth Starlin r. of Cracker Six, suffered fro m a cold, the Grip or
SNAP in cake form. Break into
,passed through her
e Wednesday enflu, which h left
1 I route to Starke. -Tli here will be pray and :as you thin weak I| small p(ieces, leave where rats travel.

i I i er meeting Sunday light at Randolph pale. This is the time ID put No mix Ing with other food. Cats or

The makers of these I f'hoolhouBe.Mr.. and>, Mrs. Nat Wilch your system in ordor. It is time dogs wesurest >n't touch it. Safest, cleanest,

-1 '1)r A 41 fine candies protect Sunday.hams attended chur' at Oak Grove for house-cl?anin1!'. ri60c ,at and mice killer 3 sizes, 25c,

their reputation by I --r __ i A good o Id-fasliioned alterative Jl.Jones Sold and guaranteed by D. C. .

i selling only through The Farmer a red, .Lila... "'__... I and tempera nee tunic is one made i ai nd J.- -M.-. _Mirytiolt____.__ -_AHv.rvvu. __ _. "

\ tJJ -t-: :, / selected i ;;res-i in each i ;i Good food. well cooked, i bet iinnkes of wild roots and barks without i (

; I ter : the use of alcohol
] men and WOIIKMI. Tl lie farmer and called Dr.
,- locality all the I I COMPULSORY= .i
\ over 1 FEATURE IN \
.
--0 should \Mote\ 'iln host thing tIna here Is tc<.. j Pierce Golden! Medical Discovery
\.: country. This is the : nil lots, liilili : nliii (lie 'I In tablet MILITARY BILL IS DOOMED
# e,1Q f, 1 1 nernllj or liquid form. This is ;'vt i
J & I jtore.Scott t"oe" nature's _
l J\ I tonic which restores the
't \
::lt I tone of the stomach, activity Faring: certain defeat senate supporters
: of
t others to be an alien to F lorida anlthe liver of compulsory universal mill-
tool life. Indeed no ono ha s yet been and steadiness to the I tary training; have retreated from
Co. j i "
\ Drug able to place the boast in its proper nerves strengthening: the whole pressing the adoption! of their plan '

- -', position in the animal king'dom. The i iiksville ,I system. First put up by Dr. Piercefor four months training of all youths

Starve. Flo."nltrtr 1 animal was brought to Bro, re. I lover 50 years ago now I as a part of the army reorganization
cently and purchased procurable bill. With this change of front advocates
i by Wand ,. F. Smith at drug ,
any store
; or send
10
cents of the
negotiations: training shifted their
e are goinf r on with
I | circus people for the sale c]if, the ani- i| to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel I tactics in an effort to obtain accepBuffalo -

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CITY COUNCIL MEETIN G I ly here. The young pen Pile C ured la 6 to H Day W to will of N line of Section 0. thence '.''I
egg pipping at the horn..e of Mr. Muscles I I elt H to erntelRwt r of N line of _linn II, thcnea)
The city council met I Mrs. Ii. L. Duke. Druggists refund I money It PAZO OINTMENT to No thwret. corner of Heetion tl, thenee. oil
In'regula, Sum Elder
,1' 1Ie'- lay M. I tocute. ltd.In.. David 51-odinotorPrmradiusPiim R to center of W line of Section >.. thenrenter fj
sion with all members presei nt on O. Touchstone of Quitma.n, Ga.. deliv- lostanctw.lie...ra Itchlm ,.1..... and you ran erir Pan* to eei' of West line of Section S5.Ih I
April 6th. ered an interesting. discoi lit Beth. As I IIiril.sON f Tied : \< tb lint tuiWIc-itlaa. Prtua W'' thence Nor to Houthweiit earner of Heetion

Minutes of l last meeting wereand road any church. -Moss Hess itt and son, CI. thenee Fart to Southeast corner of Relations 10
SB. theneetlon North to Southwest carrier of Bee
approved. Raymond, were busines8Saturday. visitor here j < I. the'nee Fa: .t to Houtheajit carrier ofhtnce
Upon motion it wan order I that I Roland Thoii mass of Mid- In Knots Hertlon Iall t North to point of hcKinnine, :. !II'II''

collection: of fine of Dr. J. C. W ills) beBy.i was. a visitor here Saturday.larroll. r 61 In TiThe >. I> a., Kana, to K.llonal ',

waived for further investigation. I i. i Mc-Mxrs. C. C. and John C: W. T. j 1 cir Fell.*.adill.tlcined of which territory this election for Mon la a-rantlnar ietltlon- .tor

Mr. Bishop. of the Starke Tele'phone I'arrish, P. O. Dukes an d son, Jesse.. SAYS. "IT IS SIMPLYWHAT la ImiimCnmmt'nel old aa follow .
Company asked the council to grant 'were visitors here Mon,day. -Ma"kUSUEUf'lTI. IAN LAC it Helps! :: 1 inn at Southeast earner of ...olIo.u -
the said Thomas and Jesse Gail I fan III. 'I',i. 4 ,h. Knows Sto K lhenceiker > BEE
company a new frai ichise. )icy returned ,
\Dili lOlt MK. North to H., county line, thenee West alonir
Same wan referred to street co J, from Kissimrn,ve.liefiry aid line 10 i iSO. > the Northwmt rorni, of HectlouHoulh ,
tee for report at the next r,' Ititorling, of Lake Butleifiieiiils r, is Visiting I "If jd-told that Tan- Thi ere can be no doubt thenre I Itlon to Southwest corner of .*._
meeting. mmit-I ) and lelutues heiB. this anybody me I a. tO the merit ol 1 Cardui IT Tlto >. A S. Roper to K. Ihenee Fast
e week lac could do for > what it has done theno, -CJ
me the. woman's tonic, in center o r South line of Ruction 1C
The time for paying city taxt.1 L. Duke was a bus liness visitor 1 would not have In lieved them" Raid the 1 treatment oi many North In e.thenev .pnler of South line of Section 4. _
extended to May I at. I to Lake Butler Monday. --B. F. (,am. 111. ..It'' II FikHtthenee KouttuaMt corner of Section 4.
C. li. Hudson of 1 I Knox\ill troul'lwurnaU"m I plespeeullat to htu... Section a I'
The following resolution ey shipped eight crates f fine NortX North writ eorner of
was <) stiaw
I
ed berries freed me fiom I' after worn'en. The thousands Tn. 6 8.. RaliKe 211 F.. thenre East on that
: pallB"1 Monday.. 'twelve years of av rful FufTerinif" hey of W(men who have been Tr line to 1 1HKNKY mint[ of "beirltininir.VAKNKA. .
Resolved that the board of' - -.-- I continued "mid m; stomach trouble I belpepast d by Cardui In the Yt'. M. VAUNKH.: 8 KPrualeoa. t Via

trustees of the city of Starketake RAII'ORD'foun is also. tTOiie. I 40 years. is conclu- CIIIKFIS.!:' 1I _4-l..-.t- -14

supervision of the inking ------ si,iveRood proof that it is a Chc
tain of the city of Mn I "' was In such bad shape that I ', I ORT:FR FORt Pt'111LICATION :
Starke. and repair'aif.rod.. April 1(1.- ,a. W. medicine for women I 1 '
Slate of Florida. Kliththvult
and keep in repair such drinking:foun- ham, of South Jacksonviini lie. InVnd" could I scarcely| h't'lh'r it a thing and any who sutler. It should In rlreullJuilirlal Cll Court., Hradford County In Chan

tain. a few days here with parental solids would irive n"ew" ne Kuril damps in help ;you too. eery.
% lot"lot"It
The following resolution was |passed I Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). And" -W. I.: my stomach that j could hardly Bland A. O. J." PMC, ,
I them. Ga would fheart orm and affect my ( "'nl.IB nant.a .
requiring the removal of the ri,tins of Roberts of Oluntee, rpt nt Saturday TakeWoman's a I
I Iwn.
bad that I would faint
so get
the City Hotel.Resolution I' and
night
Sunday wit)1 his ANMK n\ .
that
uifEty and have to lie do'RobE'lt The iheumaI I I
here. Mr. and IhfendoIt nl.
: Mrs. R, 13.
lly The Aldermen of the Town of 8ti,rke. In I Dennis Roberts Ruth and. tism made my leg R Dwell all out of aiHarli lose. by affidavit aptwnded to the, 0"411of t
council B""mhl'd." lie l> reloved that tlor ic ruins ">aPe and the mUll den felt like theyI II fll.>d .InI the allow alalcd course that Annlotfemlant
the Iou him. located upon the. follow Inv it- Wosley Hubl..t"J of Woitl 1inl\'ton An" were tied l in knots. couldn't Btraight CA RDUI I ))'... thn therein nanuul. !I. a non- ,.nt
errlhed real estate to-wlt. Lola On.. Two the guests of Mr. and M:ro- A. n. Hlx. Seven and Ten of Pluck. Two. Ism,win Bn.1 drews Sunday. -Tomniit e Hewitt of ten my right leg a nil and it painedno of State of I II
rruhy'a; addition to tire town of Starke, IMP and Lake Butler BO I could find "'lit. At night 1e over the afore ire of twenty-one learn : It la there a
the home In hereby condemned by t he said ,, wa a visit or here! Mo,>* it Was especially 1 bad and I simply orriVmllie I that aald non.renldcnt defendant 1.0
town council aa biinb unHiirhtly mid tilo 'Donation dll 1.Driessol\ AdtlilMI h'fl"n. t t Monday for and In hif relty quired' to Appear nt': a bill ","I
rolled from mid. of the lied to the :
the public or rlttBena of said too and Jacksonville to Spend a title e eom-ilaln it nn or btfnre Mondav Rrtl
thut the owner of the Hid ruins of Ih,ie bUild. Anna Mao Anderson ltw.t.'Y".r other unable tome gE''t; :.J:" The Tonic day of May, A. n. 1USO ottierwac tire allea-a, trots
-' more7ren'tioltd
i tol pi1 thin ft nlby I d bill will In, taken an confeaaeilnilaiit. .a JI
Inn be and la hcnby directed and reqi, ', being ablo to work al:'
1 "here
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with licr.
1jill.f.PIII: .
remove forthwith the mid ruin of thIns pare 11 nts Mr an- Maid di-f' I
0
und char the aid property. of IIIrtiliblnh il I tranh. i 1\11'11. ii'oigp Anderson.<< --W. M.: Gritmy faim and move to town. I triedif Air L N. E. Varnrr, of It Ii furplililhtned her ordered that this order lie) t

and rulnn toy April 27. 1D2Q. and In ham of South Jaeksonvill I i', Sun- about every sort olieaul ') medicine I ever Ilixsc>n, Tenn., writes: o'nee a week. for four orinsuclutiveI.

default'nil and of the clear said a*owner ay tranh to and remove rub 1 1ru Iha bish.BI" day in H"if.rd with frlel ids spent und rela of but trotv(>role nil the time. I ". w,as passing through I week, In IInewnimtier I Bradford. In laid Ciunty county. Telefrraph.and. atate.h atiiililliihrd tfte

the aald time, thin the aald town soon,oil hr.. ll'e'. "One day 1 !heard!I Rome people talk. the . My b.ick and This Man III, 11)20.
cauHo the removal of the amu and shut:I charge -- -.--- -+-- Ing about how muc h good Tanlac had sides were terrible, and W. T. WEEKS, '
-lli.i f>XH>nne thereof against the said owner SWINYER-STt I done them and I do,rided to try it, and my B uttering indcsrribaI I (8ealli Clerk. Clreiill, I Court
which ahnll vivo the mild town a tft>'n-for all TCK |' ble. I can't tell Just how ny C. A. KNIOIir ontilDeputy
+the It took hot,ii was simply won-
expenses ao Inourrd plain the. above d". I ------ way and here I hurt about Clerk. I SI.I
v
lund.. which .erl..d'' derful. 1 Itomarried w, eat anything Ism A. 9CRFve \'*-
mild lien ahall be enfii ] W. I K. Swinyer. Jr., ai nd Mrs. Ella mn 6 tilltrip
B.I all I I Ii .
obcpar think . I .
Salle our for ComplHlnanl. -84n.
I..hl..d toy the law of the state of Florida Kate Stuck want my rheumatirch in nil gone and !,
were quirtlj r in Cardui and 4
for the enforcement of HvnB.Tamed I ray
In regular anwlon this the al[xth d.1'I I San Fiam-inco. fa I., Ma 20th at I Blp<

lit April A. D. 1VJII. the residence of the all strong and wellIYl'r. an I ever did and i OKI KUt; FOR Pt'llI.ICATION
groc parents, until I was cured. I 11m I In Clreol'I Court. Hlale of lorlda. Kltihlhjcult < \\'Witl
Atteet D. C. JON Mr. unit l Mrs. W. F SwirMis. Sr. i I I am going back: ttihshed .> the farm able tom rem:..kably strong lor a 1 Judicial Til. Hra
C A. FU1CH. Cll coun-1 Stuck is an accomr young d" its much' work II' I lid ;years<< ago. =+: worn. 6<1 ytiirn\ rl I rill -*. ::.J.T.: rved

Clerk. woman, and at one tin>c made her Jf anyone wants U i know about Tan- I Idoi my liousework.... HUItou..,YNN. 61.l

Mayor Hoover reported 1 to the, home in Starke with her mother, Mrs. luc send them to m e.-Adv.kKASSlMJ. ''I TryC:iardul today L-78 (TotnplnlfKtfR *.inanl. I !nko

cil) the resignation. of Night M ulthul | Sarah L. Hamrick, an,d her many I - -- I : .'1.!YNN.

W. F. Mott. The name wan ac ceptednight friends here will be in ten!8ted to know DON'T ASK EMU QUES.iNS '...1.. lorl".11daPeter int.In. 1he ,
of her :T: 1BI'I"'.'' by affidavit. : appended to thin
by the council. marriage. Mr. Si "
Applications foi vinyer Is as-i I T1OVestinghouse Mil filed' I In the above' stated cailae that .
marshal. were filed by: J. E. Sin imons, MKtant manager of the \ I I"I lynr i I. the defendant therein named laetit .....

A. I,. Alvarez II. Y. Brown, H. AUK Lamp Co., of San Fran icisco where John E. Wirirke tin. the where led to get the bent 1 he la a re*Idiot of the City of Wllmlnirton.Una JRS'
happy young coup) will\ make Place you uf liy the 'Intone r veat4Ml. In them" by the School North Cam of the United Statea. and lae
Upon motion it was ordere
election of night marshal be In exec- -.-_ __ Ida, wrote to the Jai ,icksonville. Metrop- I'ulil Inntrue1I t,lion of Bradford, Toiintv here-' ,. .1 rllertion "d that said nnn-realdcnt. defendant "r I
I 1-Y ol di-m an elin to lie held In I Lv.. A toI h.reby required to to tons
utive sesKion. 21FF i oils making a state ment. and asking a ; appear
'* Bpeelal Sill Schools IHatrtala. on Katurday. I I bill\ ,,r gain,Oalnt filed In Amid clause on or be*
Upon ballot A. L. Alvate z was most embarassing. question.. It 8 all May IMh 1V1,0. for the inirnoee or ..!'"1! fore M..nlln,Y. the Brd day of May A. 1) mil.
elected. ZirT. April 1C.-Mr. anThomas d Mrs. R. B. right to make ta1 tements John but three tmeleea iniHItwe ind to ditermlnn the amount of 01 h..I.. tl.d. lie alienation of a.ld bill I will be f tits
sake efrain from asking. tu IHI a,-.. taken .. ,:nfea.ed by sold defendant
Monthly report of the bond trwas Uftteesis. Spent the Week t-end at I..a. for goodness r Far tlie pur,- of hnldlni. the paid el.-c- It |I""furs'her ordered that this onler lie pub
received 1 and filed. Cro"se with his ..niftier Mrs W. 11. any questions that are liable to cm- linn. In Dlntricmanaireni I No. 8. mark. the fallawitiot I limited ....... a weeV for four C4inneeutlvalie >
Collections for March were i fol- Shaw. -Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Newsom.barass folk! have torn appointed J F. I*. 8haf In tlnewapaper llradford County Tilecraph no rsvl
lows f"r J. I.. Park: and T, N. K ndrlck.POM ,iiuhlihed. In aald County and State.h .
: children and sinter. Miss Ruth, of Old This la what he thoughtlessly said, Fur: the pur *, of holding the said rlr.- i stun
Thin Man 1D.O.
Sidewalk. Sweat property .$ 119.47Sfl.fiO Bradford tpt; >nt the week-,end here with and what he cruell r asked : "I have a tlnn In IilMtrlc t No. 4. I...... 11 rid..... the fol'in gMh' W. T WFF.KB. long

Fine _- __ _____?__...... \ his brothers W. II. and Perry New- little bunch of shet. p. I tried several lowing manair' have lwt>n Appointed" i H. F. (Seal) Clerk: Circuit Court.

Licenses ...____..._?.__?? 7.76 som. -Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas different places la:Bt year to get 1 50 Kenfroe For j JF. Ad kin of* and holding H. O.the Ortw.Bald *l..- P* C. A. KNIGHT. t'a,

Taxes . _ __ __ _______ __. 1 808.40 spent the week-end in t he Pine Hill cents a pound for my wool but 40 tlnn In Ni.trio'L Woo No. R. Llttlv Rpr.nffH. the folrra II. F.: KNit:..HT.r Deputy Clerk.

section with her brother, Eddie Lewis cents was the best I could do. I see lassoing ntanawiW have been nHilnt-Mi 8. illcltoi for Complainant: 4-2-0-4-89 lkhtOka:

Total collections .____ .__$2 022.12Mr.. and Mrs. Bill New nom and chil- suits of clothes bri nging $(>0, $70 and For. lltibiHie.the Jo,nathBn of Purl holdlnir* and the R.said R* va.IMHH firent .. I 1

The council adjourned to th,e next dren, of Hampton have I moved in our more a suit, I rea d a statement that 'In IllntrU purtlnn No.- 41. rravtdiftie the folm OR liFR FOR PUBLICATIONt Io4tn

regular meeting. section. -Mr. and Mr !:Sam Mott of it takes four poundh a of wool to make a Inwlnamanaffc> have been .|ip ilnt.Nl i J. J. In ClrculJudicial tUiurt. State of Morlda Klubthreult Owl<

.. Brookor, passed thioup: our burg nice suit of clothes 1 get $1.60 out of Illellinit, I). J. Hardln and W. I. 111al' Clieery. , Bradford County, In Chan feel
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the said li
For the of hnldifiK
purVon I.
FIVE MILE Saturday enroute to Wa:Ido. Misses any of those suits. Who got the rest ? ; In liintrlctnv ,t No. 7. HnKiklyn the follow W. C. II lU"" TE:R. II < a

Rhoda Lomie and Alva 1 fhomas "p..ntTampa Tribune. niaiiMiceraIf'lnwer. have been appointoolt| K. C. ComplaMAfCIK Inatit.tINTKR.

Five Mile, April-If.-J. E. PourSaturday I and Sunday in the Pine Hill J. ... I'aduett.. and T C. ClovertMie ': ifw : I filII''

IIIRH, of Guilford was a visito r hpre ". with( friends.R,mcmber lIerHabitual Cons tlpatlon Cured amtle.Ior: llefendlIt int. -n
is * ,i
the r r of ho1-1' '! t ai et.-e.
: I vices at Dedan church Su,inday. appealbill ring hy affidavit. appended to thaIn > ,
Tuendav.Aliss4, \Dollc. Glad]78 Every. In 14 to"LAXFOS :21 Day lion InPSIN" Dinlriiliiwintf .I No. 10 Vamlerbllt.. the fol. that Ire
MIAon the above atated
Mae 'Lake one cordially invited to a ttend. have been aptMiinled F M. cause I
Dukes were uhonning in manateeLaxative >
I WITH PE: Is a specially- ",ter. the defendant' therein named la
-- Norman Mror I I. Alvarea and W. F. llarnatre.'iMme ATrowl 0
Butler Wt'dnl'sday.lIrs B:, : prepared Syrup TonicConstipation. for Habitual j.I\u .. of the State of Florida and aon
the' Paid
b.r t of hairline lowroved
r
: I TRYING TO PKRSUAD TEXAS: eeali hemclnot f ao that of auh oena can
process |
Pukes mind Hiuirhter. Miss Halt ie It re lieves\ promptly but lion In TAX.!'I No. 11. Graham the follow .
..
ited relatives in llayne.wortweeV. h'lut I! TO \DESTROY ('01[TON cnol'abould be taken regu larly for 14 to 21 days Inir manaKerafoiril. have been BI'H.lnl..d| Chimlrryeynol.l. ana be of 1wfore enly-une. upon yeara her and and la It over la .here the* a I

--Mr, wnd 1 Mt'8. T J. De kle, of to induce regular act!on. It Stimulates and James Iror '( ... and O W. pyal. ordereilie ,4 that amid non-rwaldent. defendant .tv j

Ijjt'.p l Tutlcr \. ."- ,!I' iti of M:r. and Pink Boll Worm (.'.l'Ihng111'11'1 Serious Hold Regulates. Very PIwr easant to Take.* 60: 'loss In the Dl.lrlc pur'it" No.of 12.holding Nw Hlvt-r.the said the mills-f..Un and I. hereby required tn aiiear| to thisdaint j

Mrg. P, 1'. Dekle Wednesday.Alaudo . '- In Certain Sect.nnn; <>f State' bottle. lowing mannerAmbition. have bn ..|tnofnU>d t G. W. bill fore of Mantle Carol y.. the filed Red day In said of/ May eaiuie, A.on D or 1910 1.-, are

Thomas rrrl children, I In ., II. V V. Kelly and W. M. I'urktritwr otherwise t he allea-allolii' of Solid bill 1 v.111 ImufiiMvd rl:
Morris. Sold! who be I The state of Texas For the true of holding. the .&ld rlt-o taken. coi:: by aald dpfaiidant.her .
Cott-I. hove .
ware is urged at a ASPIRIN FOI 1 HEADACHE lion In OlHlrii!t No. 18. Midway tire, Inlh.... ;: ; abl1ll
It la furl onlered that ttila, order too puli
relative! unit held ;
iting friends heten for meeting on April Cl th of officials'ing Inv manntrera'Invlnr. have been Mipnlnla| I R R. Untied, one, a week for four eonneeiitlv kll 1
d"1" "tinned 1 to their he at from cotton __ J. O. TFor H-nlxon, and K C. Crawfnni. 4
>me every grow state ton .... weeks In t he Hradford County .. '.. ., !
Plant City Mon.lltThey; we're al'. take immediate steps t'' .stamp out In the pur rove of hnldinir the the said follow..I.) a. i I i ullliihed In said County: and StutzIs t 111' Is
lion
IMMtrlelIVIH I t No. 111. IMIUrnnn. 'I'hl.IMB hnv
enmnr nir,| b>> M" 11 MlPuki\ e.B.. the pink boll worm whi oh has reap- Name 1333ocer"" is on Genuine munaKemnen have IKJI a:|:|point-di l N. PtMldUh 2llth, 1120. dvoliClork
T.
I' fjolnrv visited in Guilford S,unday.ivberry. peared in nine counties 0 f the Calves- aYl'1'l l l>n>w I)- and J. I fi !'' ":**idlI. (.Sen.11 W. Circuit WEEKS Court :
,.
I AspirinInsist For the of hnldinir the !I." rt
say lour IKWfl
ton
distiict. the
-H. F. Jiiinpv him a fine .strai Only most drastic lly C. A. KNIliHT.
ton In DiotrieInv ''t No. XV Un.MT.ii. the follow.hnv
piA -h &I fill l 1. hify (giah--riir. anirsiorip ,rt ship-. quarantine, accompanied I by destruritod manairemWllllanM. Wn MMMiintid| t II IIIhiulwr.y Deputy Clerk. n.1
pa fine hTri-i; nil wp hn\'e 'vern lion of crops already plai can pro- C. C and John Crrwa.n A. 7.. A UKMollrltol INS.for Complainant. 4-2-B-4-8D [t t; P
r
"t'l'n.The rinhT folk' have bee buHV vent a rapid spread of the pent, ex- ror the tour lion In IilntrleInv No. 1.1. I-alMitln the follow. --
the past VP"U nrul iric'nt nnml pro of pelts said. The confereNelann nee will con.horUculturnl- ,
manaireniHrnnnen. have been appointed| | t W. II. (IK<<'I>KU KH PUIII.ICA1ION
Ibo finnv tnbpr" fn'Hjht, tinup, but the Federal r I AR rul 1, I...e Hritnntn and Arthur ftratinnn In Clrcul t C iurl. State cif Unrlda. Flahl --
Di.klevn* H vepk-eml Kuest of his hoard In understood to hi love practical- For the poor poor of holding' the Bald &IocJudicial ('f 11 revisit, Bradford County In Chan E
But- ly served notice the T' authorl- tlon In IXitrlcInir 'tt No. 22. Kalfnrd. the follow- e.".
cousins hue. Ruining to lnk e on exam mannirerHMoore. have been am--ntind i H. IL, J. I. MildComplal I ItCI.L .
ler RII't.v..T, l .t rind .1. K.wero D.klejesdav. ties thnt unless action instate taken by the J. II It)itch and O W. Anditnion. inanl.MITCIIELL. flI r-
business. visitor here Ti all of Texas will bemiarnnline I placed under For the i>ur pain, nf hobling tire said t\r\ >e* VI a I

--Hi l"v puffed quietly! and pli,i-BRant- which will prevent the linn In l>lntrleiInwlnv ,,I No. M I.skDuster, the C..IMAllY V. 1 ril
boon II ,
inannweRildxter >ra have npHilnUd i C. DefendsItiverm int. I ,. a.
shipment of cotton und orneiphbonng ittonneed into f K and K. W. M.lUr It ormir I Ina: by affidavit apiend to the' Itlo,
states. Far the four time I tlnn In District No 24. JohnMtown the follow.hava V. Mitchell, defendant therein named la m of
YOU WOULDN'T TRY I Several of the cotton m Late have al- en "Buyerla Tablet of Aspirin Into nialiHKeraVarnim. boost mitHtlrilfd ...-... I, ready moved to "t themselves a 'Bayer packsg
from Invasion. of tEe bol]II I worm from directions for lies,dache Coldi, Pain For the r urI IKMHof holding'' the mid ) known and IB over the are of twentyone1i "
Texas. Louisiana will d--f I'endant lie and. .In herrhv re|ulrefrthe
... ft. :
ton growing In infected to be Name Aspirin !Inir manaKeral.rer. been api listed t T. J. to beauae bill I nl rnmiila nt filed In malt
TO TAME A WILE I CAl areas "Bayer" me oil genuine W. T. ,:
plowed under and will co,mpensatc the .... ,ilelans for nineteen. For the pur'I of hoMiriK tire, multi **lie* on ol r before Monday, the nth day of of' ell
11. A I) otherwise the alleviations
I farmers. Mississippi, ol'Ticials of the years. Uarsly boxes of 12 tablets tlon In Dlntrklilir ,t No. eft. Th'',,,.,,,. the '"Hnwhav I .May aid ,1,111,,", .,;,III luall be taken aa confessed by amid
I I state told the confidence, will prohlihtook few cents. As plrin la trade mark: rnanatrernIhrnFliio. ** been Pill. ...Inserts A. A. d.n".nl
Monoacetiojcld. 14C. CrvwH and Will Croft | II" Curi, nrdirtd that this nrder. be pub- r.UI'JIt.r '
of Manufact: of -
it infected wed from Bayer ur
Mr. Dodson Warns Again)it Use i even passing eldeater of tire the purtints 'poison of holrilnir the Maid olme-! .??.?. One.., a week for eight eon..eutlve weeks
tlitnuirh the state. nnd G eorgia. North SalicyliFlarl& j In KLtr i et No 97. Han.pon City: the In she Tire dford County Teleirratih a newa*> filII.
of Treacherous, Danger,BUS und South Carolina and 1 1I have -- --- Following nmri Allen have lwn apiwilntfld, ."' titihit | ihed In meld county and atat
G. Drown. J. I Wynn and Millard Varna. A'j I This Man MI jii, i /o. heajW.
Calomel. I taken precautionary; methe ''Ileurell alonN: SPF itony I For the lour no** of hol.Mrnth* stood t>,lf T. WEEKS. it. of
same lines ew tlon, In Din trie*t No. HO. Mv Mil. the follow- (REAL) Clerk Vlr-oilt" Court. Omol
Ins manafreraIlukea. have .born ppointoolt. t T. J. I ny c. A KNuiiir.lleputy .
erenry.1 I Palintershave ; A.I I'. )'. I:)" Calomel salivates\ It's i been b, on T. Peanuts For the pur' of hol'lliiH the Bald &Ift.! B MOil,r:1.EY.: ould
Calomel acts like dynamite on a slugIlvinson's premises.. Wall rut and Jack- | lion In Distramanar.vin t No. HI. "' .1... the rollowins I' B.licitoi r far 'Complainant. t-l -tt-S-l4.
have been M. Rfwlvr.id
ai'itfilntefd J. .
gish liver. When calomel corn,ea into son. streets, this week. II J. W. Oa..kln.i.j " 01' '

contact with sour bile It crashes Into It, ___ I Oat. all v arieties J'I IZZ"b'jerardPension; > rf the hard: .hit. In open | NOTICE 1Ath rn nniTORH AND rRF-OITOM" J M

causing! cramping' and naun<<;a. "I Never Knew You Cot lId Keep Kits this tire day of April: mo {I All pf'. oT ,na IndiibUd to the estate of Mra.Kaxlon. .tt,
Q& :_ .. n_..-- U P1NiiO18+; ",*.>, HUM Mil Ia *awerka late af Bradford Countomdevilarovill.
) II you feel bilious, ueaauuny, consii-1 I "' r sag e" ..age .' ; ; MJ,
Out of a Butcher Shop Chairman film,rd Vulilto Inatructlon; Hradfordorlda Florida are requested lo pay thelpila
J limited and all knocked out, juttl i i'I t t go to' Walking (Auntl', F1 1 1nn said delclalma I,. forthwith and all persons having t rutPalnot
your druggist and get a bottle of Dods : What Ralph says: "Figur.enough Attest : I i aald eatate' chad file the aame.thentleated Try
,, son's Liver Tone for a few centIs which ed rats around store had to eat I Ivthin Soil C all Varieties R. 1101''''PELL duly au', I w'th (lie un".IB.d e... ,trot I

a ItarmleHs vegetable Butwtit. :ute for and wouldn't touch an
' dangerous calomel. Take a spoor iful and cious. Heard about RATer -SNAP, gavevOnderful. I Melon - CLECT-ION-1 I 2 day of February, 111I11. her

if it doenn't start your livstraighten and it a trial. Results werequicker i I. All PFTITIOWe FOR AN ". J. STEWART.:
the unit8.1b.clasol ralrned trustees of JohnaUtwnilrlet
you up better and I rats gone I in ten days. Digs about Ilia" No 24. hereby petition 2Z7HMN 1-28. Pneeutoe. ,
than nasty calomel and without makinget Velvet I B. ana the 1I..bI. Hoard of I'ulilla Instruction of -
touch RAT- TA
store day and night neve'r i rRr.'T-;;;; _
you sick. you just go back and {,; your I Bradford lAun ty Florida for an election toe I NnTI E TO IIFHTOKB ANT> ,
SNAP" 3 sizes 252, I 10, ?, $1. Sold I i 1. field al th aehool' .hiniae at Johnatown, All..i raona Indihted 11''d the "#at* of Mra.Wynn tx-
money.If take calomel today ou'll bebesides find guaranteed by 1). C, Jon!'s and J. English P.ea. t" ... .n the Islimls Ith lay of May IU2II. to eelah J/.trr late if :: d Caprice Fl'ir* tell,
you y Bn *old tlo n to the. area of the said Hull* IdB. it"........ are requested to pay their Bald 111lost
sick and nauseated tomorrow; M. Mitchell. 11011 I".trl.tITER' No. U. aa already enlatlnir. aav. chobts In irthwlth and all persons having elalme Un1

It may salivate you while if y Dodson's Liver Tone you will w rakr upI ;my-; I KJCKLThe ::t .Irl"t. B. atown. w now eMiatlnv. being! aa ,..1. Buth.nll with the undent wned admlnla
arwv* > Tmttele** i Imllwittberin lraln.. ,elthln one year from data hereof, ..r li i IF
, feeling great full of ambition an( ready n.1 the Northeast of Petition I they wi II Iw forever barred fa,
. for work or play. It' harmless i, picas .....areII..Ut, ..... mormoray by .04 The Seday. d House Tor. A R.: Ran I". 20 E.. aomer then running West. This I(7th day of February. 1420. ,
ant and safe to give to Gh114rt:D) they ork-libilithelok" You ..o aooMat. alealluftnmii. along Tp line to Northwest earner of Position A. M. W111,1.1414-11. 'Iu
like It.I' luvlih aUo' ttivt: rvk. -. -- I. thonM, 8 to IIW aorner of Notation 1, thmee 2-37-Bt-'-'L ,


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lima sulphur? and tobacco.ffl! Bees,,, . I, _1 1M' nr -0 I," "H"""",, .. .. ...,' I R.I1I'I in a .thriftv formlorR and trnnd ltived*,- >wsir-- L,y.L Ufc: ;; ?,.ti\W"!; ..<..<" | momintr. 'May



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, PAGE FOURoraaioro -11. _BRADFORD___n_ _ ___ COUNTY TELEGRAPIL w TARKF-. FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL 16. 1920 M

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_"" ;'' n .u. jI n __ L. stating lowest :flat prices on FOR 4E-DISTRICT NO. 6 County Comm'ibutler ..toner for JUtotrlet No. L. (Lake i. U mmERHIrt, :t",
.., Telegraph I ui, In a Puncture mjn elf a candidate for Got and Wo' ortblnKton I ........i.. If c.deavor .... -
LOUDlY large ahipment A N. P. Ave. Fargo, N. D. 4-2-4t. submit the foliowlnir r.lD. native cit' win. the office to the be* of my abllll. oficeZ announce myself a _ndld.teo. h.if .
". == :- -:". --O'= :;::::-:: -= of this county" and have been constantly aerso- .I. M. CONNER. County CommlaakHier for DistrictBradford
- ublinhrd' Werkly. and entered a. .'Cpnalnffir elated with Ito rltfcrffiiIK'nt unit its tntrrt, baying of County, and promise the jf; x
I tnjr' I iff time h*>i iI rr; and I promise that if This will announce that I am a candidate elected I will serve the people' of the di, tote \I
-. .n<4 clams matter ill the, at .m honurrd with t''his office I .hall diKhiirire for County C,immiioloner from District No. S. and th county at large lo the limt of my ,
- the tliitii ft tile nand Rice to my utmost fthllttr.favor. Lake Butler and Worthlnirton. I respectfully I >ty. 1 respectfully solicit the. aupport he '
Stark*. WOOPhone )D without fear or (!i If I have :your rnn- *ol I sit the votesto of the citizens of the district vote'rimary at the ensuing primary (
Via.' -I i fldtnce I will Mppreciiully , your vote on June Olt Ill .t! the June p e.left Ion. 8. M. DU K 1,11. I|,___.. W. I'lNHOLSTEIt R. ,
U I R....-.r1 FRED O. JONES.
F.. S. H Tll1"WS.F t lor and Owner. | FOR COUNTYThU COMMISSIONER DIET. N... FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIRT. K I .m
FOR RFI'RF.8F.N1 rATIVE-CKOITP ONE will announce that I am a candidate, lam i a Candidate for re-eloctinn aa a m, ,,
trz.3 I< I twrvhy nnnounnv t that I am a candidate for fur County missioner for District No. *. I of the County Board of Public Inntrucl' ?
13 Cooperrove RrprtM-ntatfv In theI Legislature I Group No. 1. respectfully: oliclt the support of the voters Distil: t No 1. If I am re-etitted n. 'iI!
dnI Aviator seem to have found. "K't.1 respectfully sot ell 'the support of the voter. at the prlmarjan election. to hi'ld In June j the. 1 my efforts to serve. the best In''''. Itrlunty.
Ling lost" as effective frrim vlretinn.HN 8. T. DOWLING. !<. C. I'OW J.. :.\
as prima donnas have 1 through divor- I and Snellgr J J. BLACKWELDER. ,
FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST,
I hereby ace ,nnounoe myself a candidate for t
_ ecu and having their ;diE mondll stolen.per 'I This will nnounc '< to the cltiwnB of the the office of ,County CommiHioner for dlatr ct : 1'hls' will announce that I ..m0' .y
_u I your wood. County that I mm m candidate for R.rprwentaNo. Ilialfomspeetfully rd and La..tey>, subject to the ae> for roo 4>1<*etlon a. a membt of th Cof '.
kill 5.01J0'"h.p annum in tivv in Group 1. I >t cit the up- thin of the viprlnmry. .. at the coming dimocraticElected I Hoard Public Instruction from I)ietric ,
k Florida pert of the voters at the drmocruiic primary to II. I promise faithful and rf.i 2. 1 respectfully solicit the vote of tin '
or three time ,m many a* die I delivery ar d $1.50 be held In .1 u.... CHA8. H. PEGISTCR. flclunt service i, In the interest of both my di>- sons 01 r the county at the forthcnm rig t>H y "
- of diHPBHO. There arc I IrU tiG) .OlO( dogs/ in -- trim and the county at I.", .. I respectfully P. M. I'A" "1:
, 2. Florida and prol..hly'aely 'verul time an urn a c.ndll.1 e for ItopreMmtatlve. Inwpoctfully ol cit the .up port of the y....-... B. J. ROSIER. t
,, / worth sold f 1.50.I"" Nne I. and r. solicit the *up- I IK>reby announce that I am a rat< ;';,
fill many (lIts. Are they we rlh what they I tee D. tout?-Cliipley Verdict t tinn. If dtrIM: nmtoe to all the county 1 am a can.dldat. for reflection to the office for HI strict No. 2. I promlMt elietilly to I
carefully lly In an effort to stop the of County Co",n mluiun.., for District No. 4 fallhfuand discharge. the duties of the a% r .
lay, t'gly.It. present tendency tow,.rd IncrraRlnv state taxes Stark Duel, mjr rnrumbrncy of the office i "avi core. the county at large to the. km m.nouncc .
o : FOR SALE-Home and J / Cooper & Sn93t. lellgrove at every Minion of thi,. Iet.Inlaill :' have used my brat endvavora In behalf of the al.illtr.primar., I respectfully. solicit your votent w. t.
"n Stevenson, Starke. .:i'd: T. B. PINHOL8TEUrATivr district and the county and bone my record ,I. I election In June. 4. O .DENNI ,!N
j I such a* to 1m, .. the .uport nf the voters at.rlmary. _
nd fat FOR IF.PRE F.S1 :-4iRnip; TWO the ensuing p. i. M. DKOWNLEE. .Pool III urunFIt SCHOOL BOARD DIST. v 1'
FOR SALE Between I 1 hereby tnyiml candidate l i I In "
announri a
'coma head, of stork cattle. APP1YtoA.J.I I Starke Fla. Croup[ Two for nuRepresentative vnntttin for the office of I hereby .n -that I mm m candidate for I--.n; ;;; ; c" n did te for mimbcr of the C "tytlssinner
Instruction for
Di.tri
In thrn' Legislature from ,, fromRaard of I'ublle
ie limitCounty fur District No. 4.
hey I I Andrews, Dukes, Fla. 4-2-61 County, Florida.Democratic >. subject to the action of I Ling I careful attention to the duties s. unit iropwiirullr. solicit the nIMl." the j!
.,", I th* Trim cry, to 1 Ira held June Cth flee If I am iaupport t respectfully\ 01,11,01-1' cltiiu-n.of the district.lit J-Jhr D..IItXy rl.., ??
..; a t WANTED-Jloney. Set nd two-ounce a0.) I respectfullyDemocratic ,solicit the support of AI.U of the, voters Hi the coming In .I un.. r
voters ,and. if elected promU
.!tord trample to Jackxonv.Works Cracker faithful and conic ten. raw ..."" 1.... -

nmun' Jacksonville, I Iuk Kla. 4-9-41 I EVERETT M. JOHNS STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALEand
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: 1r -
nit FOR SALK-83 head of goats at $2 'I ford This ffonvpty will .that.nnounrI I - MiBfiionaryincluding 1 Klondyke, $4.50 per 1.000; 40 other varieties to select fi, m

j per hood. Stephen Jla]iirue., HrookiT., D A V I is Mmtattv* In groan I l. If I am elected I will tl he! great new berry, "HORSEY." Now if you want Bometli; ig .
put forward every possible effort to atop the
Fla. 4-lfl-lt order with Hall. His pic
ck :: ar unnccvuHftry expend or* of public money and true to nan and something good place your t
I, the continual .ratlin r, of our state tax rate to are grown .
Qyr WANTED man for form work. II, Agency E.t. 1886 pay .alarn. to aura ecea.aJAMESrREYNOLDS., : 12 years. Send your order to the Strawberry Plant Specialist. AR nt 4 ;

'd I. Stevenson Rising Pecan Farm, wanted forfor this district. J. KE1FFORD HALL, RIIODESDALE, MD. .
Starkr, Fla. fOR ("ITNTY JUDGE
,'e he trlsit INSURA1STAR :NCEILLEY I am a candidate I county juritre of Bradrvtiy ..
I ford county and 11md.o" announce my candlr -
CROSS TIE CUTTER;! -Write for In the eominKE primary June* ft. 1920 _
',:, prices, and ship your'Pa ties of all Hating lived In ihe >county. all of my life and .
caned it In i for several Iently
' CI way years
grades to Grcss Manu facturing Co., feel that I .apMCI perform the ditties INSURANCE
ay nl JarkHunville Florida. 3-5-20-1yr. of paid ofTIc I solicit< the import of all GENERAL yak
,ins N democratic voters and If elected promise faith
_
ful and enneolcnlloueI ...vle... R. A. GREEN.
': FOR SALE-At a bars Bin 20 acres HAROLD C. WALL
'ear r hc-nliy announce i myself a candidate. for the
Clay land of
county eastFla. Highland, office of County J edge of Bradford County
but
It If interested ,write me for Florida, and on ac count of my health I will
wall price. F. C. IlolmjrorSTRAYED Shelbyville.4.16.5t. not be able to makea an active campaign and STARKE, FLORIDARE
afte 111. .. LINCOLN liD will greatly apt any favor my friend I
can Rive me. 1.,1 lilt your support In the
110''re June primary. Bell. ...l1ull... T. J. DEK1.R Flleral I LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

a -Small black. Texas mare, "+ e s '
FOR CLERK OP THE CIRCUIT COURT
.l f, : wearing leather halter. Latieen
I here'by announcethe I myself a candidate for
0
to P going toward awtey.. Suitable re- .t; : L office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of
ore ward for information(: A. L. AI4flte- 1 fr Bradford county su jjpct, to the action of the .- -
r varcz, Starke. voter* at the coming primary, June 8th. I....
"'f i predate the duties of thin Important off ce.
wu but feel that I am uallflcd to discharge thorn.
STUAYED-J.arKo blurt) row. marked a} Havintr. nerved the put,lle before, the voters are A l
cat f crop half crop in one ft r and smooth well able to judge aafire to my ntneea for the of- ,
''ltan in other Roitubtnolld and if they chr once to cleat ma. I promise
crop reward for faithful and efficient, service. Your support
information. O. C, '.' app, Starke.- U respectfully' sot cite d. G. W; '

churl and 4-I6-8t -v .,
I of the Circuit Court of it..
E. STOVES and sewing trhines{ repair un respectfully solicitsubject the support
cd. Work to the action of the Democratic t>ru
''ter' F. guaranteed I. Work done mary elertlnn.SUPERINTENDENT. H. C. RICHARD.
.okly at your home or at rn5'-shop. D. W. ...
. + Manning, Starke, Fla. 2tid r OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Raiford FloridaWe
1 ,
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11e t To the Democratic bters of Bradford County t ter
al t FOR SALE-RE'gllltne pigs; four .a r yaei V I take this method I of announcing myself aion
riend Poland China boars, 4 I mos. old; five candidateor ..._ to the office of Super* lei
interment of Public Instruction of Bradfordit
L Doroc Jersey sow1," 11II. \>ttd five boars, County, subject to rule of the Democratic 1
4 to 6 mos. old;'prl '.'kIYI inspection Invited. name oovrieou.' andd..d painstaking service .#... want to say to all our customers and the gen-
College of Ag. ....
' In the .t. E. R. POPPELU
,'iY l. riculture, A. W. Ltd and, Farm Su- I|public of Bradford County that our business plans

e ayG.. : perintendent, CainesriFOR (lie, Fla. 2Ctfthreequarters i I hereby FOR announce TAX:. COLLECTOR myself candidate for I are t to: divide our profits with our customers, do more
' L2 the office of Tax Call lector of Bradford County I
uhject tn the den ratio primary to b* held busirmake and with smaller margins, which'alows us to
SALEMllk'eifwry / June 8, 1920. I mla If .
Wai proi> elected to give the
n S.' Jersey. Three monllHired III heifer calf t off ce my time and I the people my .orvl..... ,f the same amount of money.
My time aa an office!"Or stands aa an open Mark ,,
Ben by rojcliitored! Jie rsey bull. Both for the Inspection of' the people of thin county And when to
want Oats Sweet Feed
buy Hay
a of them $((10 cash, for quick sale and I auk you all fo,r your support you ,

r.t'. Roscoe McLane, co| Quigley Lumber fully aubmittcd. B.:-M. Respell/ ShoriHarn ts. Flour, Hardware of any kind, Saddles, Bridles,

I rant Co.-= 4-2-tf. The People's Candidate for Governor.i take this method I of announcing to the cit or anything else in that line to
,.,,_._ ....__ uu__ .._ . Icena .cf Rradfnrd County that I am a candle come see us, :
npUl larve cult your ,rent, ('no Ice vote. ue -. . "' r county tux collator eub- and i if we haven't it will
:::et : : ; got we get it for
you.
''e STRAYED-One brown side cow with I. for all the people all the time. decor.ret oepritlla ry the voters to at be the held comlnirdrctfon June

''turr white back and ate nacho marked s. 1920. and respell' retry you to my reccollector Also if you want Shoes, Hats, Ladies Hats, Caps, w
aft smooth nod as doputY tax the pant .
. : crop in each 01, r. Last P .axon.n
Tayl) at Worthington Sprin Ig.. Any inPoIllical I Announcements m,ectpmem teewIlltofatth fully' people discharge In thU the I f duties you all inds of Dress Goods, Staple Goods, Hosiery, Nov-

III la formation will be glad Iy rOeelvl'd. J. of :office to the bent of my nhMltv, with eltyline. Dress Goods, Notions, and anything else in that m'rs
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FOR 8TATE ...... ..
SENATOR .
R. Townsend Box 10 1 Route 1 Lake t t. to all T will ap-
ntry prcclato your .men'ro.
J.m. candidate for St... ,
Butler. Senator for the vote. :. W \VES.' 'come to see us.
and 4-9-2t. 15th District and will appreciate the support ,_- ._ "_r -_ ,_ .
ilL the coming primary 01 f.llow rl.Ia.....
-- y I wish to say 10 the i voter of flrarfford court.ate We also
A Z.DKINS.. all kinds of Ford
carry Automobile
eke Ac-
WE BUY t. that I .m a candid for the office of Tan
raise
, and vel 11 I
fur
rabbits ,and other fur bearing bearing ant- f"trl..th I.m a eandld.-s;;;: ;:..., Senator for the port Collector;at the and coming I teewl primary+....fully,. June solicit fith your up- jries], ali kinds of Groceries, all kinds of Furniture ttArts

-::-- mals. Playour order: with UII' and county. and UI.trlet will appreciate which embnoss the eupport Bradford of m. Rrsrectfully. J. E. DOUGLASS, I (wh e n we can get it), have a large new Corn Mill and

- liNt whatever Block y,OU have. with J..oo..llo countrymen at the D.lun.E. KNIGHT.prim...,.. n.r..lln J take. this voter.am met" hod: "Bradford'";of nnnouncinir county to that thef I all inds of Seed, and almost anything the farming

a candidate. for the office of Tan Collector classthat i of people needs, and when you want anything in
'E I
promise If rivetedthe I to discharge the duties of
"tomyticben t of my ability, always vies I line we want you to come and see us.
PlasterS ins I It ,
and al I anent on.
IA <*< rs Bricklayers URY C. flAPP.
We also
I buy your Syrup, buy your Sweet Potatoes, ?
i FOR TA X: ASSESSOR i I
buy
r .m a cnndidet for ;your Chickens, buy your Eggs/and buy
re-election to the office anything
$1.00 to j$1.25 paid first class mechanics. of County Assessorapprciate of Taxes and will greatly you 1 have to sell and
want to sell
the sun, of the voters In the you what you have to
Strictly opt n shop con d.Ihona. N.;' strike. coming primary cl..otlon.N.. buy.

D. WAINWRIGHT. J1e

( Steady em Ioyment, in Miami, Florida. FOR SHERIFF Any goods bought at our store that are not what

:::; Write for ii formation, rewlcclinn 1 hereby tn annnun lM nil rice e myself of Sheriff a candidate of) Bradford for we say they are, any customer can bring it back and wend

.....nt.., If reclrcspan ..>"d I will B. ''n the past, refur their money. &
no pains In th* full dinrhanr ef all the

P.0.BoSEND :X 1177, Miami, Fla.'e'sp.rt duti of fully of the the. office y on and at I the W.earnestly earl J. K1TERSON.K ndlicU pool. the. but *1 For still the want last ninety more. days we have had a nice tradeve


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FOR fltTPF.RVUIO OP REGISTRATION

Ctt: S S S7C7S7CS7S7S'aS7S7t7taS-' election I hereby, announc myself a candidate for re- ]During[ the last few months the A. D. Andrews z r';
tn the office of Supervisor of Reffiatmunnty t
linn for ilradf rd I respectfully I toli- Com)pang have shipped two ?i.
car loads of Cotton four
h US THAT l" tit 'ho ..uppn.01 the totem at the ensuing ,
ORDER
I primers: and it elect 3 I will.: as *n the taut, car 1 ads of Corn, a car load of Fat Cattle Ia
rl discharge tire duties of the Soldier' with Hnumoy a car load of 3
: D:; and .ourt..... A. KNI'JHf. Hogsloads'. three car loads of Sweet Potatoes
ft WHEN and two
YOU NEED ANYTHING IN car q
g) FOR COUNTY (, MISSIONER niBT. N*. I of Cane Syrup.
I hereby announce i myself a candidate for tWe
$ Office F;IIrniture and Supplies r.Ioretln": Count s Commlaaiiinvr for Dlato \ do
... *+ . 1{] trict No. 1. subject the action lie *li* n._. not mention this' in a hnnsfn! ...." wnv_ WA! : .
commercial; and fancy Stationery neriiiie primary. I rainectrully .encl. in.-aup. only do It to show - -
.k-"ra- .Ise'rs-
port of th. voter at said primary. you our farmers and "-

Printing Lithographing, Engraving O. V. BROOKS. Mill know how to make money.

Books-All Kind I -; -;; l
hereby announce myself a candidate for
I Artists* Material I the office of County Commissioner for District
No. I, I'alntlne and I'rovldrnc. If elected I
Athletic Goods will 1 faithfully discharge the duties of the or.
floe to the brut of my ability.

Kodak' n H.
WH.LIMWS.

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER HIST. N. I A. D. ANDREWS\

The H. &W. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re. COMPANY '
B Drew Company lertiun lake an Cnmmliuilonrr{ for D strict: No. t. n
Butler and Worthlnitton. During my In!
,j I eumbency of th. nlll.e. I have enri.avor.d to
45-49 W. BayStreet[ verve th. people" l of the dlntrict. .. th. Haiford
Jacksonville county' at. Ian.. to the beat of my abllit" and FloridaOl '
If .. ...
my haveapnrve'ate Riven ,
.attraction. I
1 WE WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN ANSWERING YOUR the will
p: INQUIRIES .upport of the voter at the
coming primary. c. A. ROBERTS v
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I hereby announce myself a candidate
for
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'J wwwop a* A* .*. C..aiX-.;;? 7""-- I Q U abIM4. tun altar- r ; r
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\\l I. m Via .14. of the azfra wide V e
wll |H*" i i MMddlng la mluWilKd.Inil torIBEI
M llm 0< the "Iln* )
---. Trtt.'a.11.,'n'''.rtralcht'k rubbtr Ontar.....10 hat Llna..oftmxl .
T. S. Williams ha already shipped tt the home of Mr. and Mm. J. M. two In .441.4 UM ..|..<1> "lw.J ou." f-

60,000-potato plants. ---_ }I Mitchell. -

Overalls, $1.50 to $3.75 at Stu mp'u, I ]Men's Suits, $35 to $:>>0. Stump's.ed i
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R. M. Johnson, of Waldo 'was in :Mrs. A. Price return,
Starke Monday on business.L. i I from Valdgsta, Ga., where, .. Saturdll'j -"'J'. l' that dat
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'Mrs. John Ititch. She Wfield as .. L'J.
A. Davis, Jr., has the finest ) mod to Starke: by John Kite h, Jr., who ;
of beans in thin section. i returned Valdosta (? rb.I
I Sun day e\cuing.f ._ .;. ail Mol" .
.;I ol' 1 -r. ask
lleisthell Crosby made u bl usincss | Hev. T. L, Z. Barr, o ;Dade City .... tie I
trip to Mi con, Cia., last week. spent several days here tI his week vis.vas i 't ..
I i iting fritnds Mr. Barr formerly ;" .. oniteactl
Men's Straw, JlJiO to $5 at f Sternpastor of the Methodist 1:1I :hurch at this t.< t tl
berg's. I I[ place, and has many friendglad s who were y' Puncture-Proof with Every Cord (Qualityjoet ha
to shake hands with him.line 01son,
Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, has : "
been in Starke during the wee g. I, Come and fee our new I; of Ladies T EE cord l'ulU'lurt'.l'runfs ur the only lurt'lI'rullf."I'e' hul e' <-.l to the 1 eevrresliftered .tat t

I|, and Children's Hats. I"hI Imp'., J..J'ortl l tires that run will un argument teeU lieforc being; e ( to the ..,,)'lic. bU09
A new line of Percales and 1 I Ging.
hams, 25c a yard at Stump' The Alkahest Lyceum, under the vith Mcel.Txt Theyvero evtrjlliinhliould \.".. that a cord tire ,law

auspices of the Woman'stheir I Club, !gave I !hc-nol a 6i nile 1 : cut'tl tjiialily hall wean
Col. T. G. Futch, of Le-esburg was last entertainment for the season < die thinnest i; toupliosl; sharpest 1 | !nullor been sacrificed; to 11 tale them punctureiialit as v
in Starke Monday on legal bu.ha. sinew.N cNcning. "The' McCords"dtiment I ftoulet-t spike try to pierce tlic triple
wave a cliaimmg proof. ValorFad
( and
L. A. Davis Sr.. of Fe an. | by many were considered! [ the best ate lliicknens (if steel discs. They cannot jiass.1Y t.

dina is visiting her Ron. L. A. I U avis. traction_ _of the season. iur tube! is fiaCr. The cord conolriiclion Let nil f11; <<1\\ pots the, I<| !>' and C.lIlIlrlll'. trod :.

II -=-- is uninjured. Not a cord rut or vteakrned tails of this reinarkalLEI .. tire. fttlltr.e ,
E. K. Perryman left last we for a ; lowing at Sternberg'ek a. you aa>e
business trip to Thomasville, Oa, and irnmej "There's a reason." << fur the steel di'I;1(('(I bee fin

other points. :-- teen the cords and die tread.fur __L Stee
Under the management of Mrs.. G. /lam 'ece t 7siv ..o' ti/-G'r.
A C. Sweat, the sale of i cieam. andbiought watp
new line of Ladies : eighteen months Lee Cord Punc $ el:
Shoes and Caps just arrived. 'g's, cakeSaturday afternoon the
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sum of $37.00.: This sale was for the =
The benefit of the Methodist' church imL Startlaywr k Fla. lanued
grounds around the high I school I provements. Girffin & Johns e,
building have been enclosed with neat ,'
wire fences. 3. E
Bargains every day a I Stump's. ,
Mrs. J. T. Will. /tt T t' tt: :
Sr., spent; Mon- J
R. W.
day in Waldo with Mr, and Mrs. J. T, lion Surrency, of the Graham sec- Cord or Fabric
Wills, Jr.Messrs.. came to Starke Tues ay with his I., .. thtab
Ford loaded with berries and Pun Proofires ..
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carried back with him rate stuff for
E. M. and G. W. Ii zen, of more loads. 1 RST
lie lives .
Brooker far away from "." LIE L.- .1 r
were visitors to Starke Wed- Staike, but by !going by car the jour- View Of
nesday. ney requires but a short: time and he wiLEE CordIVmctute I I I ISmile Mir Fd

Men's Shirts and Collars of all- kinds l] is sure of a sale for his 1 berries here. Proof d....;...
rail:
at .
Sternberg'a.Judge Dr. A. H. Logan, Fe'dual ('t..rl- P .. ..A
nary in charge of educatioithe nal work Miles"
on
at kith:
J. L. liillingsley, (' indidate control of hog choleralitoI' in the state : ,

for Starke attorney Monday.!general, WillS a vii to of Florida and co-operatii with thee _____ __ ____ ___ (,11 B
extension division of th I University, aturerngtt
paid our county a visit the fore part
Special prices on all our Sil ...- of the week. In com any with thee (
es. Come and see them. St kamp's.. was
County Agent Traxler h made a tour

Col. A.. V. Long, and son Gus:- of of himself the county as being by well auto pl md eased: expressed with the i! f1ftrikl

Palatka, spent the week-end non !Starke advancement'made in 1 hog cholera ,I There's A. ReaFor ateoning
business and visiting fries Is. ,
control. lie visited the (arm: of Ches-> :: '
.. ley Fogg, near Graham, where he was .. . .
Mrs. 6.W. Liddon left Satu relay, Hill surprised to find some ae pure 1 deep
ternoon for Live Oak, where she will bred hogs as can be foundowell in the state
visit her daughter, Mrs. Kate]H: and upon being told that there were p aan
many other farms in the county where rh: ,
Men's Work Pants, $2 to $3. Stump's!' a like showing could be .made, he ext I EverythiAnd ten '
pressed astonishment a ; the progresse Asset
Miss Annie Mae Darby, who has in developing the swimE. industry in ; n
been visiting her cousin, Mrs. M. Bradford county. II IIn rmbs
Johns, has returned to her home, in Some real Bargains IIM..n Shoes for '
Macon Ga. Women and Children. Don't fail j I dIty .
to nee us before )ou buy.SPRING Stump's.and ; f
Mr. and Mrs R. B. Neal, of Jack- I .m a
sonville, were recent visitors i at the IS HERE- the; boys far.
home of her parents' Dr. and Mrs. J. will soon be out pract icing for the; ''rr,
C. Wills baseball games. Reme mbar, we carry i there must be a reason for the.ball steady star,

a complete line of Basel Tennis ir boa
Mrs. Emily Phillips has returnedmonths and General Sporting Goode.Quig- i I growth I of this Bank. oil\
home, after spending several ley Lumber & Supply Co. )
in Tallahassee with !her sons, F. II.w . I 'yhi i Ii

and W, II. Phillips. Messrs. J. -T. Quigley and L. J.. .. Confidence in our stability and the\ careful. gin: ':
Wynn, of the Quigley Overland J I Co.:, _.
Ladies Skirts in all the n wash have gone to Toledo, Ohio t to complete attention the interests of pt .
material at Steinberg's.G. the delivery! to them of a carload of we give to our tpl.prOI

W. Alderman, of Lake i -Butler, the for popular the cars Overland became so cure insistent: The calls that: I patrons probably accounts. for the f act thataccounts :k'1
candidate
for clerk of the circuit I
Messrs.! Quigley and Wynn found it I --
court, spent the latter part 'of last necessary to to the factory in I entered
week in Starke. effort to speed go up the deliveries.: an If'' we have seventy-two new 'l.r;

You will find something to your,- lik- they ment find by freight it impossible of the t care ure they on our books within the past ninety days. I'll -,

tog at the sale of "enti" by the! Wom- drive them through, They< were fIill ,
an's Club at the Bradford Coun Ity Ab- companied by Carl John la, who "ttlon.a.

stract building Saturday of;ernoon.irded- drive found one necessary of the cars to brine t h rough them if thru it is ;!; \Ve invite others to take advantagefacilities : of f ourbusiness

Hon Cary A. Hardoc, reg by the country.rlllidllte .
for handling their banking rotr
many persons as the loadirv ('Slfor ----- ---- I .
!governor, was a visitor to Starke Every day in bargains dIn ay. Stump's.
Saturday. While here he waThe :i a guest -- I The 1 best attention will 1 be given to your ac- ,
--__h the municipal electlII. !on held yea I' ChI,,
Quinine That Does Not Alice need terday in Gainesville Attorney J. C."olson count and interests will be carefullyrount' f ,tum.'
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your
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RrauM of Its tonlr and laxative rfTmr. LAX\. Adkins and 1 Dr. J. H. :1 formeri '
TIVE UROMO QU1NINK Tab eta) can Iw taken citizens of Bradford counted Ity were pit- lend,
by: anyone without I rauitlnlt nurvoumwaa i or riming against each other far the office of safeguarded.f ..kli
la tho head. E.W.GKOVE.S signature on box Sec
mayor. The contest between, them I hand
----- | was spirited and clone Mr. Adkins M l'Iff I
Pneumoniaoften I was elected. *" send full of d
1Ve
a statement ac to tr:

followsNeglected a iJI)}. I A sure cure for tes" and trou- 1 I old 1
Cold bles of all kind-a cup of i, coffee and. every depositor on t h east] day of each 1

a slice of pie at the Woman's, Club '. .: 01' tl

KILL THE COLD! .' sale tomorrow afternoon. month.I , .dM1Nla"..,

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ICs a a-a.,J 2' One of the prettiest frrJ ,int yards\ in I.
Starke in that of Mrs. A. i 1';. Freeman, I me
I UP This lady's exquisite taut prefers a rain
CASCARAfJQUlN I ITS. natural arrangement of flowers and litrilire

1 'aiirht rows, I
strand
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The ttbun-
Pit OliDE' dance of flowers allow )M tell Freeman B LNK 0 F STAHrowing
ji *.r.1 4j'J remedy far IIm "..f. to give generously when oral( I ducora14 I RKEMondaysforf )
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tablet: "ii.rm--e.te. out e. Lions are desired. Tom:
opt" .iM-brcaita up a colt In 24 _ I
I.. : in con
.w +i.cavs. 3on I
: : y back i trip tulk.Ctnuine direr PileCured In 6 to IlrMs DaysOIDITMt 'T/ieC Bank m.t
i'talil' box "fiAa p l.ed
''il_ \ top w Iih lI:r. ; I Dmml.t. nnnA If PAZO I II NT full.PfUtruiliult '. I lint
J/11111 I to.cuiu Io..h...... mane... of I IIiou I Hlet.in ell t
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<. .: lime sulphur and tobacco.Beca[use" 'Special- Sunday:schoolintth i 1.. dayu,...The 1 attend this H rvlc..' .. -;: t n'iOi-td: "' "news.,columns?'*Mr.. :1 rived I J 'a visit I j.with! *el..:t eleet1on'wUI! ; sp'
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11, (1 .;, the possible presenee/ofelr&1/ i tf"loK.n, ,"100 per'centIr.-attendance ,l'1I.! "' ,m" < ."c..it.\! ,..1 I .. 1.,1: thrifty' farmer< and good I Uvea.&jIMe;l rW miB w 1 i morning. May 8

(Ii' ,' blollBOmlt to'do thorough 'WOrk III I .J e? leetlon.J,; Each ATM e bring some I STRIKE: HEAD I INDICTED. .. ... ..,'i'BT'... ....'?,."."...'1 citlen/.. . and. u.:if.;'elected., .. .. wl11... $Ir"jthe" .. .Mrs...*':I,George.. r i,Dohannaiv, . t,,,r:; of.....;.Ardro1.. ... ? 11 in. 'making a t Y1,



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_.__ __ ___ _.._ .,. .....iUA. FRIDAY. APRIL 16. 1920
BRADFORD COUNTY :; : .'I1, 91AIUVE:* r1-
T ; TWOEXI'ECT &
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---- ---- good. Guess I'll Non Woi ms 11 a Healthy Child J:
but hey are
SOLDIERS 1:n TURN TO the South must he carrie.1 to the '.. Be I[ ull I lust My rat, the all; will come cheaper All cblheatb lldran troubled with worms have *, Jft.loc. ..

TIIEMIUI II i pie who now are living/ .on the Why ,.."" .Which indi.aes. ..... blood. en.. ,aere
- priced lands of the Middle! West. I jl'ueoa. of this steak and rule. Is more or lens stomach dl..i"lu J
ord'
r;; "1 do not believe the average permust. be told that the So ith today af. e I 1 chicken Better, this r is come what I want. Here, B TASTELESS three week chill will enrkb TONIC given the bliioil set i T,
And for two e r
..!! son has any idea of the real meaning! fords the name opportun ity that was I waiter some steak and chicken fore proYetb4 dlCetlim, and stets tOmyalStr.lie 1

of the new movement f,or land settle- found on the cheap land in the West of enina TO! to !.. whole sye-cn Naturewt ;"
L1.1 ment that, has been S Carted in thelership thirty years ago, that cl imatic condi- both us. through already ? Well, tIntWofl'I ordi.peltlip.....-."i nillheChUI: 1 yr's;

South through the lea<( of th" lions here are such that t1 hey can grow Spring justtya' you minutWhat's ai el! > Lliealch. Pi .. t..w. IJ3.: 10.

3. American Legion and oUW 'thers interest- almost anything they are now raisingd tin> bill, Mr. Jones? 1-

i ed in the development oj f f the country," in the Northern states, sin that in ad- i Yo ordered extra meats! 1J

staid Kenneth A. MeltsNeb. c, of Omaha, dition due to the long I crowing sea- "M'UINft I : IS NATURAL, $4.00.My land Brown, that i Is robbery, I Jft off Corns!' P1

: j ., member of the inn.itional legislaacs, they are able to tai se two crops HUT NOT \'-IT'S It.

_ tive committee of the American Lt!- where only one could be aised in oth- DUE: TO ; BLOOD 1 I Don't you pi aY,> learn something I
I'm piking cr
_ gion, who is in New Or leans on a vale vr sections of the count y.f no the cit ; cornDce!n't. hurt a bit and Free,? .a
to ty.:
ration thrip through tl South after I I These are just a few cTB the instan- Ii '::EI' 1' 1'tLI': flAlllES Come on; let's get at them prices. .costs only a few cents.

ERI bin strenuous activities in Washington < that have been brougl! it very forci- ke out a list and we'1IIE'e\

- in behalf of relief 1"11'11!elation for ex- bly to my attention. I c.i-rtainly hope PURIFY .\ :' 111OCI t Now'1aterma:;e sure to put in the Talk- ,+rR'r
you
i1 2. service men. that through every 'onl"ei vable agencyrried ItLOOD \\' FAMOUS I Machinedon't Woven Fence Wire and

1', fill Mr. McRae exprcs well' : confidence this menage will be cii to the TOMC:' -: ing forget the Stoves and other arti-! '

,a Dc that Congress: noon enact the i returned soldier who is today filling ,
billrecommendations w hich embodiesAmerican the cities largely becaus. ,a of the fact to do work d..111I'e talk ed about. I
Kordney-Smopt II" any
OU teem is
C ) antha while he
BY Now Sam ,
makinII'I
of the Lc- that it requires a larger capital than to interest in I
concentrate
any .
the
I tot show
I'll
I I out the list ][ you
gion for assisting -service men in he is able to command 1 t o get out on .\ Spring
;..: things during will\ take a I treet car and lido all over :
obtaining homes. Thi s measure, he the farm. The land se Element r..cBay? Do )' just useless and
d fa, explained, will give thE!i ex-soldier or ommcndfd by the Amerii trn Legion to "no account ?" the city for 5 cents. took ride
You
I should notl a
l II
ay
ems tailor four options: the ways and means com mitlee of the Nothing is the matter, ex- and

Il'Y I 1 Under the land nettle!mint plan OpII.n i ae, and now before congress, will cept that ns ] every Spring, then for I 5 cents forGuess ,dinner.and it cost you $2.00 ..RLLG

', ; tion No. 1, for instance,, a former sole afford the returned sold er the finanicouragement- blood is ; -it is sluggish $4 book
a, your I'll\ take the pocket ; )'ounOIl..y
a It dlerho hail seen on, year or. 3115> cial co-operation and enwill with poisons its long winter homeLet's
won't have enough to get
of active service, be entitledlay he lacked in the rant ann.- i
: days ; probably fight.In. ,
ford ton credit of $1.50 perTo or $547.50., u1! It him to !grasp these i itTM'LK (.ipportunitiesTAKES time. )' ( will probably on hy night walk; it's cheaper.another Store.
mUll lIel'e I isLet's Hardware
thin he may add five years as workowed --- --.-- I
k. 1""' borrgovernment from the 1 RAP adjust itself. you fret get pi ices here?
; InK capital $1,200 CANNON :
JOE
and worry, feel '-and accomI I Oh I want to in a dry.
nit for tocl ing; his farm I' AT CATTSc.apital comegood" 'on; go il
nothing. do it when it is .
pliRh in here!
4.\ J with animals, and $10k (0 for Improve- store.Howdy Come
- clear blood by taking
i easy to R1so ihter: I want some pricedid I
a' mints, a total working: of $3- I Veteran III"e onltr....'oman Dm-wn't I'epto-Mangan ? For thir- mail:! order latert ,
''ya II 247,50, of which he mu it pay five per : Know our GI i ernor been I can eeion. you a Willany land "
Fu'n recom- finger! You
i tit
the la id and the rl'I I ty yenis I wan't prices on Fence Wire I your can : oft 'rI
rent In cash for __ ,
k t mending this and agreeable. Stoves, I'loi in such and be sure hn rd corn, soft corn or corn bet'
I'd mainder in forty years No.Washington I April 5.-Uncle Joe I tonic to purify ,t I up the blood to down A Talking 1a'hine--vE'I'Y I the to's, and tile hard skin calluM '>enro

tI he ,j Should he elect to act apt Option Cannon the veteran thin,ois Congress-: I of run-down, l people. I lowest put price s for cash. We live at I bottomwill > of feet. 4 ;r

felt 1 2, for the purchase of a home or small man, today most emphaied ically knocke I I Feel your a fine color, Stiirl andThank order by mail. I A tn ly bottle of "Free/one" cost .tie "uk,

iU".. 'r tract near the city, he will receive total of a into a cocked hat the allegation and spring in He vigorous u. You'l! hear from us lay st an;y drug store; apply a few '1'1
yoi
credit of $2.00 per dayIts or a I I"of (:ov. S. J. Calls, of 1 Florida, made happy, Get a bottle of uponotonto i..he corn or clIl tl.. Inttnntl it d
ci $730 only, whereas if I Iy' wants what short time ago at S t. Augustine pto-Mxngnn: The nearest ter. I meting, then shortly you lift "atnot
, at I Now hurt We will miss the I
in erroneously U.ought to be the pOl'a, that he find Mr. Cannon I had enteredlent" clifggixt. has it ',I either liquid or up. back toe bother some corn or callus right off, F
n. w ular demand, or a cast h bonus underI reR'ardtabid There train. Now which is the way and nlness. 1 I I, without one bit of pain or "re. 74
into "leciprocul form 'ou prefer.
agreereceive '
.
a the first Hoi' ?
r
," No.4 he woul I I $1.50 No
Option ulyI humbug!
1 'ng! national II'R'islation'aininK should the is no difference value Near the lOc store!
aa t per day or a total of on ly $547.50. former be elected to the senate of th" But be sure get the genuine 1
vocational ivan will be Yes but I don't know where that is.iceman. _-- -- -
I but Thirdly, United States. In this speech Gov. Gudc's '' -:\ Ask for it by Ilk'a '
all who prefer it and a A Ii DYE" OLD
offered to men ]r po "DIA MOND
I Calls referred to Mr. :non as being that name- l Pepto-Mangan! ,
Where is the store?
credit of l.r 0 day for day I lOc ;
$ > per every
aft. of the most influer, Kepubliiphaslzed and be is the I
one sure name! on
Ten block down the street.
'
nerved will be allowed, for expensessining. B GARMENTS LIKE NEW y'
Ifao during the period of tr If the cans in congress and er the pllckalc.dv./ I You sure got to hurry now. There'srdware

re s entire credit Is not UHI(''d up while i in I i fact that the alleged a,rreement en- your old 1 ha:, store. Now get a I Any woman can dye faded, almlibjr }t.

,' training, the remainde,r will be paid t red into between themling for the hand. with Mrs 1.. Raiford. -Mrs. move on I west ring' apparel whether wool, silk rot-

OP in cat.h.pro : of congressional ilness, had al- C. W. Ed Miss Eva EdlIere'M yo ur list. Now send us a ton. li nen or mixed goods to any enlnr. ll

Inducement for Farmers ready received the sanct ion of "Uncle w.ard..., were to Brooker Satgood order. I just lition. :ke new, by following simple direci -
Joe." Asked today .ling: the mat- each of "Diamond l> ,"
In other words the 1/1/ oveitiment union regar urday.C.. B. : was a visitor to Thank You i. You will probably heart ii package jei
tpr. Mr. Cannon said: "I have no recg I
wast der the American Leg: bonus bill the Miller ". afternoon. from us.

sat I offers the greatest/ indgan' u cements to the : ollc.clion nf ever meets Mr. Carts, W. is visiting her NoIICOO &amant', or we will i F==
of Florida but the alleg- daughterJ.
the
,
(constructive phases o rd 'reciprocal : it' which he I V uFF1 S -- IJAS$ ETSAnd
agrecme Arthur visitor to
need soldier problem, that in farming. When said he has with is absurd to a Here we are ngain. Which l is our
roul/'hly'under- me sundoubtedly o as Miller Mrs. Florence full title of 4
the advantages/ are tho train Doi I't get on the wrong one;
and be stale joke. I ha ve no underr I
a. Varnadoe and W.
Flood by the boys theE 'y Barry were better ask
with real e omeone. I IIIn't jncenakers Supplies
o
hun offer"landing/ any 'prollpectivl'ahopping in
will grasp the farm op; j'ortumtv Wednesday. Well, I c see where you have x"
.nator' with regard to a'reciprocal '
Automobile
ed in No. in great numbers Jewel! Warp of is spend- I llruror I
; Option 1. I in : saved king, on .prices but I can
a r4 As a matter of fact n ore than250"irreement1 congress discus- Ing this. week i G. Hayes. -C. see where y ou have spent $10 to find I AlV1L'I ways un hand I h. nest .. i'
Washingtonians today were
okly' 000 returned soldiers al!,ready have adDepartment- I : M. Andrea ; to business
r at the lowest CK 'p'rihntlon
sing this matter with i:interest, when out. pri. G
in Brooker -S. W. Baxter
vised the U. S. In ten
I Dr
: it became! known that th e whole thing of Who want ed to find out? : told you altced > la telegraph orders I 21
and family
''e S that they desire to sec ire farms with a. are spending a
federal assistance. I was either a dream or ,a Joke on the few days with here. -T. L.I was satisf with DeWitt C. Jones't

"sal i With such assistance from the gov-; discussing Catts, and' t hey also were Willis was a visitor to Miller prices. beat him on that. t'Icgisteled: Ei;lil'i"er
lend / Gov. Catts' she .atement that (Cent inued; Next Week)
--
ernment after this act becomes a law Saturday glad: to report W.
c :'I'L the remarkable orportlv..ntalCe. inities and ad- had been offered $50((00 cash while J. Ward and able to be up BMB BHew BMS DeWITT C. IOIEct.P : I
aftrieul.maklnlo't' his campaign fo r governor in ColdaCaLAXATIVE !IM Urtp and Influenza
oyr of the South as an again after an of influenza. 'taarias. \
t tural section, undoubte dly will appeal iffV to make speeches fro Charles E. Mrs. T. Weeks <:I Callie, of La BR(( iMO QUININE Tablets. remove the

,toy with striking force toe these new far- then candidate for president were here Sunday. 3t.ae. There."And Is only one "Biomo Qulnlre.Wasn't :: -
with the further offer that if Cantscrosse O"K .. .........
, ,
rt'' mess and many of the m should turn W. M. : \ daughter, Ge.L W :-

ry v their eyes to this sects m fur their fuCatte defeated and IL ugliest elected neya, were to Worthington '" -- I .[ILL THE RATS
have binet
could any ca positionofwar. -
,
wal ture homes. i I Friday. -We to report S. There the Slightest Odor
..1 S. This land will be val,led before pur. except that of secretary Un- Hague able to apain.W.. M. .411IIII
cle Joe Cannon's statenu nt knocks the Harrell business in F! Ben chase by the governor of the state in was to I I
which the land is, an appraiser from props from under any alleged agrcemocrat Alachua C. B. Hayes
,e a i ment that Gov. Catts. D e[ says > reWrites Ji hn Simpkins, farmer of >
the federal land bank and member turned to Monday. -
d a he CanrlOrInaure SerAnnandate N. J. "Rats were costing TO-DAY
had with him ,
1
( ( I) Republican, vices f1
land next
of the board for adm Inlsterinft and Sunday, day }
.
'an. relative senatorial in- hundred, tried fer-
to yearly dogs
midicatca ; and and s ;
and homes, in order to that the night. crowd gathered1", V"
, pto land is worth the price asked for It. that this was apt 'ether of the at the home and Mrs. Willard I ret, poison,, couldn't get rid of them. By Using I

i No limitations, exec that apprai"- ,,10\'rnor'8: "absurd" p olitical Raborn surprised them Bought $1 ikg. RAT-SNAP ((5 cakes) i iy.

tune! al, is laced on the i, : man which when InvC'lItiJr >d. proveideas to with an egg Music and games I I Used half, tot a live rat since. Dead STEARNS"PASTE

. an purcha''ng land. He I rTayl liTSute any- have no basis appnri''' own imagia were very (' until a late j ones aplent; l like RAT-SNAP be- International.ertej-rntn.Wrr for.Ratio. 111... \
) where in the states he I likes. product of the lIovl'rnor'rd. s hour when all engaged in egg I cause after killing rats it dries them I Corknmchof' W atorriiit*. It ensue adesire "
t regarding the i dminislralionEHICAN 1 in thn uMfltii to run from the build.nil -
.ie at There will be a hot comprising of rational affairs. pipping in the room. A large I up-leaves smell." 3 sizes, 25c 50? ,Our fir water and ire.h air.dying ouwuluhi
,
ntry five members, three e x-service men, -. -- number were I $1. Sold i ind. guaranteed by D. J. ..bouidbeenouabtokIltroiuhuloeuura5.AEIDI:A few iiinntmit, : 1 wnnlreii. Sc'and.;, IL.W.
and' the secretary of the int Lacier and a cit-
Jones and J. M. Mltt"hcll.-Adv.
TO ME.MOICALI/E: : AMFICERS FOR USE ORDER FROM DEALER
,Beat lien, which will admi,sister all land

,rk", and home compensation 18. I tWFARME BROWN "
I Mr. McRae pointed ,out that in the I --
'7""':' Middle Went land vain,t-s had become The Arm y and Navy<,'lub of A mer-
high that the 'fell is ranging to build in New York
_ Ro peoplE! were going to
'
AND SADIA:v'I ;iO TO TUB: CITY
City club house memorialdied
r seek other fields. It has been found a new c III a ti 1
, by purchases of land at $liOO an acre I lto American officers wh,o f in scr- i

a E Iowa, for example ac,cording to Mr.vice.I It is planned to moralize inContinued( Last Week)

Mcltae, that it was imp ossible to make I Idividually each officer wrest ho fell in the Well, 1 > might eat fust i

I the land produce into on the in- Great; War so that his memory shall as lust and this man wants to -

": vestment. This situ tion, he said, live. BS an inspiration tor patriotic ser- go to dinner. come back and '",.,

made the time. ripe fc, the South to Vlt'e. finish the we eat. ; 'iif\

S advertise itself. I Rear Admiral Bradley A. Fiske has Say, where place to eat? WC

When the people up there find out written Mr. J.V.. Whi te: concerningil I am going (' HO will show 11/
. I that you have good Ian
good as anywhere clue. in the country'hill' son. Lieut. Richard I Ray White, All light ', and we'll for THE UNIVERSAL CAR i
pay
and there is very little in the myth of and same will be place d I in this new all the dinners is.
i ; on me.
_ fever swamps and mat aria and yellow memorial club buildingto In New York Here we are; this table

- fever, they are going flock to the City My, this is hotel, ain't it The Ford Sedan, with electric starting and
South. i - -.---
Brown lighting system,demountable! rims with 33-inch
When the bill becor les a law and CC111USITKITCIIF: :S REOIWANow hero in with all the dif. ,
no opposition has devsaid loped thus far, 1 1 NIZEI ferert and tires all around, is the ideal family car becauseof :
th'ni's the
prices,
Mr. McKae, I be:Have it will bests ___ just pick out \ want j general utility and refined and comfortable 6
I
one of the greatest boo, the agriculA' number of ladies met .
togetherreorganized !My, but < comes high. equipment. Finely upholstered. Plate glass '
rural South has ever hs d. You are too Monday afternoon am I
: Sav. Mister' all flumbustH i
| < ov. windows. An in the
spring
modest in this the open car summer,
country (community kitcheAdtantagea !n i, which did er this thing.. older what you
Advertise South'sYou I splendid work last year under the di- want th"n 1 us. and early fall. A closed car in inclement

haven't advertto iced yourselves rection of Mrs. Scott county demon- Ali right; the waiter, he weather and winter. Kain-proofdust-proof. In
the nation sufficient! other "trator. The followingve. officers! wet
y, as seciOI i, the the low
Will attend to city or family The
a
country, car.
tlons of the country ha, California, elected: President, Mrs C. A. Futch;
for instance, has gon,e i far ahead of I secretary, Mrs. Ella: f M. !Davis; Howdy! My is Brown. What cost of operation and maintenance is not the "

: you in this respect. treasurer Mrs. J. R. Da,vis.rganization. might your ? least of its charms. Won't you come in and J
Jones is What will
. The message of the >,opportunities in l. The 1- object of this.reo I is have for my' : you look it over? FORD GARAGE :l
iv ire or fruit and
-- I canningetables VtC- ;
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured I when the season arrives. Two Mr. Jones wife, Samantha I ,
Brown. W. & G. A. Anderson -
br local applications s. they cannot reach large rooms have been fi fitted up In the -.-
the diseased portion of the ear. There I* old school building 01 n N. Walnut Glad to Mr. Jones! You dl f r \ i y DAo Starke FloriuaPACE ,

and: that one wy U by to a.our constitutional Catarrhal' Deafness remedy.HALL'S street, and are well quipped with must 1'41 some to DeWitt C. "E r Ji.

CA AURH MKUIC1NU acts I steam pressure canner a nd many other Jones in ha* a big hard- 1"71 4 ,
through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces articles needed for cann ing fruit, v'gware store ,,: 'f, ; Vr :!aI-
of the System. Catarrhal Deafneee Is etables and meats. T his : ,, i .
caused by an Inflamed condition of the I community I never Mr. DeWitt C. ,. "
mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. kitchen Is designed to bi f used by any. Jones; don't "' any kin. I'' ': ''C-U-r i P'
When this tube Is Inflamed you have a I one who is interested i iprocess :n the canning Never Jones! Gue"l1 ;}:11'I ;' t li N...I "

rumbling when U I*sound entirely or closed.Imperfect Deafness beai-lns I*and theresult. I I and new mE'mbEt rs will be cor- you don't read : paper mueh.'r :04 ,. I r i

Vnieea the Inflammation can be reduced dially welcomed. Bra dford county This man i you the order I '11 ''it iJ.!' ., I ,
and this tub restored to Its normal will have .
an experienced I demonstrator
: .. .' .. 'GPI
condition I rearing may be destroyedforevrr. l for our will pay all the :1:1.: -
1 to take of this li ..
Many case of Deafness are charge ne of work onO 1 tf !

t<<, caused condition by fff Catarrh the. Mucous which Surfaces.ONB I* an .inflamed !' May 1st. --- --_. -,---- bill.My land, all these little .... -' "- --;:.! @ ,

I1VNPRKD DOLLARS for any I dishes for, mites of stuffthey '; ,... ..
I .., i'\.it.\ : ..... '
,' case! of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot I RKADKOKBradford. on them? J-::;,. W .
h cured by HALL'S CATARRH -
MEDICINB.Att Why are samples
is J3m .b TCc. Circulars thee April 9.-M r. and Mrs. H. Just taste of see what you

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State New is'

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The value of building op 'rations
started in Palm Beach since the first
of the year has reach a total of r 1220.- ,

: 000. (j "";. Smaller Cars -and the Work i'

L herd Monday of native$120,000 cattle was in DeSotty paid for coun-aa S r!..

there being 5,000 head and I bring-
+k I,ing an even (24 per head. tori

Jason Thompson-, of DeFuni was Most Popular Tires rt r-
: instantly killed Tuesday on t the. log t EEL
r loader of the Paxton mill. I ie was -
j caught in the machinery and h lomblyhocked
j crushed. C1II.red

The town of Umatilla was ,( ; .
[ Tuesday morning when the b'ody ofin
B Mrs. Geo. DeVault was found : the N0 tires bearing the Goodyear name,not even, ti at
| lake. She had been in bad heall and tl.tIJ
[disappeared Monday night. the famous Goodyear Cords which equip thefamily 1'tly.phor,

To be called from labor and i world's highest-priced cars, embody a higher :sakifc 1
j to answer to an indictment for
1 murder I ItrBn
'; fin another state, years after he had relative value than do Goodyear Tires hi
| changed his place of
residence the
sic
R plight of Sam R. Thompson, 01 ripI the 30x3-, 30x3Vfc-, and 31x4-inch s %es.ny t ,ththat
City.


ports The a Umatilla mammoth Fruit business Comp this reseason- ]i In these tires owners of Ford, Chevrolet _...011 th

z f packing They have; house shipped in Kustis from 204 their'(can: large ofotal I Dort, Maxwell and other cars taking the ,iItsWf

j grapefruit and oranges, a of above sizes afforded of f.as. bd
? [ 75,000 boxes. are a measure perarrived ;ago

The bridge swing; -;draw'has; I I formance and service such as only theworld's "Irate preen,

I at Vero and progress is being larle as pr'leer
on
largest tire factory devoted to these
the structure which is to connect Vero
; f with the ocean beach. The big steel eel to:
rt | draw ig 245 feet long, with a I II twelve sizes can supply. edl'ut '
foot driveway anth

r Twenty-two hundred dollars an acre All that this company's experience and me'ttnlin'
tls the return promised to Edwa & '
Kingbold, farmers on lake Okec chobee methods have accomplished in these tires isavailable t eta,
{ from their crop of Bermuda onions, S owa
1. f About IjlOO bushels of onions a have to you now at the nearest Goodyear liP oft
p I,been harvested et.
and sold at $2 a L bush-
E'I. Service Station !w'1th
pirtudIved I
r Winston Stevens, the 12 yea old I
SPalatka|son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Steve:., of I Go to this Service Station Dealer for these iJ.1 I Earke
was drowned Wednesdi af- ,
ternoon when he fell into the St. Johngparallel I tires and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. Lake
,
B river from
an old pier running .. ,.' lhe ft"
t with the Elks Club. He has them. ..-,'..'.. tab
1'f..d'
v Cypress trees three;'i "inches i in diam- R8Tid
Jeter were blown down by a cyclone .
I that struck near Okeechobee londay. I ;. W1
I The steamer Bernice had severe I pas- "r f
a i senders and a load of freight a nd rode 11..-
f the storm out but al !Ithe other boats Jf rat

| on the lake laid up. ---=,-.- = f
r, -=
t Fred M. Bass, candidate for state riyteSol
I senator from the nineteenth d listrlct,
t ..wn
.I'U't
who recently assaulted Editor W. B. ..Ituretpie
iitiy Harris, of the Kissimmee Val ey Daft alt
" I zette, gouging out one of hi I eyes, ''was
t> lias been bound over to the circuit 30![3'h Goodyear Double-Cur $2350 Goodyear Heavy Tourlut Tutwi are thick strong tube L. that : the
4 a ourt in the sum of $5,000. Fabric All-Weather Tread_. reinforce eatings properly. Why risk e good cuing< with If r' i iWht
cheap tube Goodyear Heavy Tourlit Tube coit little tnor*
A blue-eyed baby girl, wrap[ )ped in 30x31/2 G oJ> ar Smicle'Curc $ -> -| 5Q Chan tube of leu merit. 3Ox3fc ibe in _'er. $ /4 SO:
swaddling clothes and a ligh'was t; dress, Fabric, Anti-Ski Tread ..____. f 1- proof* *-y_I,, __ i *,.- Cn;
found on the por-h of Geoi e H.lorning..
S Hooper of Daytona Friday m I Iy.four
[ The infant was less than twent: t ...---.... Peep'
('hours old and: wag enclosed in- a di- | ; ,
|3apiduted black handbag. anhve

s} The new brick";plant'; ; at Kelse;y City I
7ip1a will be in operation and e sr 1
during
pro
A Ise Et.
tt brick within the next few days The I OOj "I'mil'
mixing: machines are now bein ig un,0Vl'nlll-
f loaded from flat cars. The ginnt i wi
I,6fi feet in length" have arrive'd' and tie d
'> 11 |placed in position. Ity fm
I c
A very sad condition was re''portedr.unity] areate
last week from a sawmill cornnear I :!1J3!

Madison wherein five dea iths, indays !
,a |'the community happened in two I -- - Shea1t
yF four of them in the same how ie and One of the rarest find in the his- steamers Fish r efused to remain Seed Beam Seed Corn
|three deaths in the same faIT liiy in tory of the Sarasota sect;.on was made where the surface 1 is usually covered I : II i pi
[:sixteen hours. The deaths were causnia. Sunday by Ira Carnage, of Arcadia care in the handling; of oil to and from CucumberTomato SEED 3 Velvet Beans the I
|*d from influenza and pneumon; while hurting shells ale Crescent itv with a view t(> requesting more I Melon Sorghum Cowpeas lArt
I H"iuh in th form of a ,well preserve with oil and hunt o her feeding places, !
The organization of an Overal II Club od specimen of the sea horse. Thene -- Wo can supply for immediate alit jimenl all thvatictics is Luke Green B. McLaira of Jacksonville
City's latest addition The small n t
specimen was a odays not morewas
[movement was started several I I than eight inches long b in a a lineman, met dea Tuesday after- t of all kinds of seeds for |ilanling in our Stute. o
(ago and ia noon by coming I inclccliic I contact with an t
steadily growing in favor. good state of pl'l'sl'l'Vati'apidly Ion, showinghe ,
Success in gardening or farming depends to the
> largo extent
ftThis ;, a very on
movement is spreading r' the shape and color of the miniature wire tairyii ng a high voltage. I Il
Inot only in Florida but over tl monster pi'i'fectly. Those who saw t tie tragedy stated quality of scuds you plant.
tire South, practically every ne' n-I I' ____ they noticed McLn swing around I
1I.
f per carrying the news of a club i formThe' third trial of MrI ''II. Grace V. to clear himself n fan r electric light i I' It has been. demonstrated beyond a doubt thai t desired results can on-
fed. I Howell vt Palm Keach charged with wire but that he ellnd her did not swing ly come through planting seeds of known quality .':"'
the murder of her husba; ended in far enough or else t that the wire jerk- I ill
? Sleeping sickness of the let.hargicUB the jury being discharged after having Nt!, a contact ,'nsuinlfl'e. g which caused hiM'' SEMINOLE FLINT SEED CORM the va riety for Florida.
tier
ienchcpalilis type, the mysteriolpase disa reported it could not agi In the death. Three ofto II t the; men employedhis
"imported" some years '(>> from two former trials verdicts of first dewith him aid and quick. Write for Sample, information and price of
{tropical Africa and which has made gree murder were return ied but each ly knocked off the contact. lie was I rm
Ipporadic! appearances through out the time the defendant tined, a new rushed to the hospice !cal, but he was apMAIlTIS'S HY-TEST SEEDS: I.NSl'HE YOUR CROPS t. I Ie
Icountry, has appeared in Tampa,, three trial. The killing took pin in Miami parently dead, deal th; probably being '
B cases having all of the sjmpto ms of i i in 1918 and the case was 1 I brought here instantaneous. Our spring 1920 catalog is ready and will bon :i mailed free of charge on [ova,)
I '
the disease havint, appeared withinIJed | on a change of venue. -th request. It contains information of value for Floriding a truckers and planters. rot''"
|the past three weeks. When a boatmen'<[ e Indian river I ellI
I J, M. Murdork of Tit u isvillc, i 1M d..- investigated his find l of some clothe -
Five more counties may be ad tom veloning 14,000 acres of land as a ing floating on th stream, the body I COTTON SEED
SFlorUn's ranch and will eleven of Miss Marian Jones, of Detroit,
) stock
list
jf a proposal froi De- [plant It tore
AMHKIt CANE, ORANGE, TEXAS IlillON CAN :, MILLET PEANUT
JSoto county brings legislative action.thousand acres to para g rass.' To get Mich., was found Su jnday under a dock I
lAn organization of prominent I DeSoto things going there are !five tractors at Hawks Park, her' throat lashed with HOG GOOBERS, 1EOSINTE. nAPE EGU'11ANlihnl WHEAT, SUDAN hew!1
amen have the matter in hand and it and a walking dredge wi its crews toher garters to the r (. :Miss Jones GRASS, ItHODKS muss SEED KWKETIIKANS POTATOES, VELVET: It of
[lock if tailing thirty-eight ut work The had been under trcI'utk oatment! at Hawks
as the movement will 1 1J be men '
ap- OATS. IIYE. COW PEAS.Write .
J proved by all sections of the big f:coun- I dredge is woikmg in a road and thee Sanitarium foi r melancholia. Kar1 : Into'I I'
t ty which at present is sixty mileand 's long tractors argetting th ground in ly Saturday the hail d 1 I been found out on =
sixrv miles wide.Florida i shape fur planting the rrass. Many I the dock and had I II been ruicuc'd from Immediately for catalogue and price lintspecial ';, also call on us for any
thousand head of cattle rill be put in I I what was believed t to be an attemptah 1
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her life. Hut if ; information you may desire regarding yourB crops. kir
end Saturday e
now loads the United States H8 snnn ai the owner is' eady. :i, : _ , .h. ..'..:... .to. ...__ ...... :.1_
I in T>nopir.atp. production, cypress ant .It'I" "'" uu her-way: 'unGET: ; OUR PLAN TING GUIDE, GET OUR CATA I.OGVI', GET IIY-TEST !todl''
pine lumber, general citrus fruits i, Mr Fleming of Panama Cit ty, had in the river and she mad rM.
pineapples and winter vegetables. I'' bean Olt to the pump on the p can eanil': be mai*' to lead in syrui n wash hill face an1 hands A f,e w fart outer, garments and lash led her throat I IntlOrs.
| and sugar produrtion, live stork da!. away was a te''''' !'vine wire and I ht' I e. to the piling with her Whens I 1 .intrsed
ryinp1 and gonerrl farming, a* its millions ing between them it made what I. the tide came In, she wehe drowned by A i S
of unoccupied arres can be col. known as grounded circuit t bolt the rifting watl'r. E < Co.
j tivated the year around and at less ex !1"- the ->nn ahout the he" lid and .--_.--- J JI. o
,pense than other sections. .1"- killing him. An ex:amina- UAI'TIST :
revealed only a slight abrae Ion on I Sunday Reh".1 10 a. m I. rA
Six miles from the soot where th< the head. Morning worship Up>I.I.I. m. Oldest E Established: Seed How in Florida
i young man fell Into the swollen river H. y. I' U., 7 p. m. fEor.me.
I the body of yountr Albert Malone wa d i+ Prisons who have for man yarn I Evening worship, 8 p. m. ;
{found Mondav. The young man restided i. enjoyed fishing in the bayou is near Wednesday service, 8 p. m. I 203-206 East Bay Siiville treet ;
at Bluff Springs and a week a {fell into the water and was carried fish! ar! being driven off by ]lao v4- absence of the pastor it, the Sunday :
{swiftly down stream. All efforts bf oil on th" surface of the bayo>''UII, and services. Mr. Bralth Is an interesting IJackso Florida f u ,
rescue him were unavailing. are thinking of A'olnlto some i authol'and spiritual man. ; V





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