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 30, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04544
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large and appreciative audience The agricultural club members and ACTICE The of Telegraph thre hoc;,; candidate the announcement thlaweek ENTERTAIN

gathered Monday afternoon at the their families together with neighborsand I' B a well known young cillwn Ilea A. Pri'e-'j"ilrs.;;:' F, A. Scutt
Methodist church to observe Memorial friends of the Miller and Little BEHALF OF BERRY GTOWERSHAS of Raiford. enter th. ....,. for .M.r/n./ Mr. delightfully. entertained the member ,
llvnmark t. tan of Cornier .....rllf 8. U. IVn.
Day and pay tribute to the dead and Spring schools, expect to have an old nark and ..i'..rd for ...wrsl peen M _".Ia. ,i and friends of the W. C. T. U. last
living son of the Southern Confede- fashioned picnic, taking dinner and l and dfiiulr ihorlft at Raiford. H. ftwU 1,I Friday afternoon from four to six, at 1
racy. J. J. Dickison Camp marchedto Laying all day, on next Thursday, --- that the cMM-rk-no .Inl'd i at th.t time quail- Mrs. Scott's home in North Starke.

the church and the veterans occu- May 6th,'at Little Spring schoolhouse.A ENCOURAGING ASSURANCES in the following extracts from a letter i! m now*. rrrform and h> .la th..nt d.>..rtn...*of the th*...offto. with he The rooms of the lower floor of this ( 'J I

pied seat of honor. good program has been arrangedto FROM PRESIDENT OF written to Senator Fletcher by President Ih* determination of making a vlvoroiu cam hospitable homo were decorated with .

"All is over and done; entertain all and an effort will be AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS Taylor: paFn.M. an abundance of cut flowers, the state \\i.:
II. Wlvirln of .
Render thanks to the giver made to organize a co-operative farm. I COMPANY | "As to the moving': of berries in car] .....ntll"'. wl> known traohrra Hampton" *ntrn on th of. raw th* ly red amaryllis lending a vivid note
Sunny land for thy eons erl' association Mr. L. M. Rhodes, lot by express: We have been in a for county *ui>,,r Let the bells be tolled commission of the state marketing It develops that Senator Fletcher' peculiar position because the railroads"h.t'i: :.n ha a tach an .Intimate r for m.c.: :: gowned in white voile trimmed with .

And a deeper knell bureau, and other speakers will be was not idle during the recent embar-1 I reserve the right to handle all fruit I j' of th. dutlm of th. off,..* for which h* I. now real lace and Mr*. Scott wore a be- .1t)
In the hearts be enthroned." )resent. go on strawberries but that his efforts and vegetables': in car lots under refrigeration 'I. ..ndl.... 'coming costume of white wool and
A committee of Daughter of the were directed to the officials of the through the medium of''' Jacob for J.oonauiul John. announce. of th" *Htarkr that h* U ft .*ndiclaM ilk. .
district. H
Confederacy, namely: Mesdames J. E. SENATOR FLETCHER: TO SPEAK American Express Company. E. S. their own expedited freight train service I ha held th. |_ition before and hi* frlrmti* 1\1 t'I. J. F. Canova rendered a beautiful J,

Wilson A. Z. Adkins W. J. Epperson, Matthews, who started the agitation and the express company was not claim, that h* mad. a.. rood. record piano solo. Mr*. A. Z. Adkins t
J. M. Brownlee and L. A. Davis, deco- Senator' Duncan U. Fletcher will ad. for refrigerator express car service permitted to handle this traffic in car --- : charmingly Rang "Mother MaCr.."'"

rated the church with a profusion of dress the citizens of Bradford county, four years ago also took this line of ots. CIRCUIT COURT NEXT WEEK: |and "Necklace of Love" by Nevin, and!

lovely flowers, and the following Monday. May 8rd, at Lake Butler at action. J "The whole case was presented to Th .iirfnir term of th* circuit court for Mr. O. G. Cooper delighted all by II
splendid program was rendered: 2 o'clock p. m.. and at Raiford at 4 In response' to the efforts of Mr. Commissioner Hall of the Interstate I I',I Bradford. county will b* onvi-niHl. In Rtark J't.tldelina"Chapel Chimes" as a piano
Invocation-Rev. J. C. Diggs. ., the same day. Come out and Matthews the express company sent Commerce Commission and It may be nvnt Monday morning at 10 o'clock. It >. ...
d that
an iinuiually I larw* number of clt. solo."The
Orchestra. Rear what the senator has to say one of their route agents to Starke. :i that before another shipping season j tarn.: of th* county will!: b. hvre nn (hl. oc. .A'nel'ican's Creed, which Is ....
Historical Reading, "A Memorial to In an interview this representative of comes around conditions in this respect I I cation. In addition to th. usual 'Interiwt In relative to our government and constitution ..... I

a Young Hero of the South"-Mrs. J. HIGHLAND the express company told Mr. Mat. will have been changed: so that .th liy.* the court announcement proor .dinira.' many that. Senator will b* attractedI was read by Mrs. J. W. t

M. Alvarez, Chapter lIi taorian. thews that it was entirely impossible there may be carload shipments by express 1 I I I,I.will >|H ak at II cluck.'' It la aUx> cxiwclvdthat KU-trhvr. White and was followed by a number !f.
Quartette, "Just Beyond"-Telfair Highland, April 30.-Messrs. Chas. for his company to furnish this typeof if the right type of car l is avail all of the" county candidate will be her of reading concerning children,
Long Wm. Struth Wilbur Wale service this able for the service and such la meet their frlendi and build up their political
Scott Wilkinson, J. T. Marr and Thomas season, that the old care: /encea. mother and home.
ter Kuhl. Moseley were visitors to Starke Wed. I i contract of the Southern Express Co. I must be fully equipped for passenger After ieaklnit here Senator F.elohfr I. One Interesting feature of this meeting
Address-Hon. A. Z: Adkins. nesday. for the handling of package express train movement bonked. for .|_" .t lake Butler at M cluck was that there' was present! four

Quartette, "Our Comrades 'Neath B. L. Deaver, of Jacksonville, was a only, prevented their successor the As this matter is now in the and another-- at_Kalford---+-at- -4 o'clock_ ,_- life members of the Woman's ('brl....

the Sod"-Mrs. A. Z. Adkin, Mrs. A. business visitor here Thursday.Mrs. American Railway Express Co., from hands of the Interstate Commerce I.AKC.E AUDIENCE' !: HEARD tian Temperance Union namely: Mr*.
E. Wall Telfair Long. Rev. B. D. Law.BenedictionRev . Hiram Padgett and children going into the handling of car lot ship-i, Commission, I fuel that it will end in 'PEAkIlan. : i Shelldrako, of Philadelphia! Mr. and
B. D. Law. returned Friday from visit to Law. ments on car lot rates. From further the carrier's providing a better service I| Mr*. Dann Orr Mrs. Grace Ford of
After the reading of Mrs. Alvarez' a conversation with the express company than has been possible with them dur. Car. A. II......., candidate for rows North Branch, Mich. The payment often
beautiful historical there was tey.Robt. ing the three nor. look to a lam and enthunlaiitlc auillcnre i
paper representative Mr. Matthews past :years. dollar will entitle
L. Crews of Hampton, visited at the county court ho.... In Starke W...- one to a
scarcely a dry eye in the house and relatives here Sunday. gathered the impression that the pros- by request the Telegraph will publish ent contracts would within limited number of train by Col. C. '... who th
C. C. Click of Jacksonville at. expire the passenger d\n\:: : : mxprvaned The hostesses served' several' kindsof
this fine paper in their next issue. was present year and that it would be equipped refrigerator cars available j bnltef that th. waa about to have letpluwurc
ending to business here Friday. pos l of hearing the next governor of Florila. I delicious cake and brick Ice cream,
As speaker of the day Hon. A. Z. sible for refrigerator car service be for express service that are assigned .
Me ulI. Darling Austin Elisha Pres- to Ttila aentilmrnt met a cordial reaiiona and were assisted in nerving' by Mesdames
Adkins won for himself much praise cott Lon included in the new contracts. With principally to the long distance hauls Ih. audience, and Mr. Hardee. woo greet II. L. Ilrownlce, J. II. Bitch, T. '
and Prescott Jack- ,
went to .. with ......
an enthunlaatlc round of
his address tributeto this from j" "'1.1.
and was a splendid understanding of the Louisiana Texas California
sonville Thursday.for.a few days visit matter Mr. He dlacuaaed the peraonal feature* of the J. Griffin, O. G. Cooper, O. J. Griffin
the men of the Southern Confede- with relative Matthews i is supplying!: the Florida Oregon and Washington, where refrigerator campaign at aome length .hut referred alw/eya and MIR Doris Scott. '
racy. The touching': music for the occasion J. I. Marr visitor Railroad Commission with the data he car service is absolutely to th* other candidate In rweiieotful language Ih* ,Invited ..._t. to thin pleaaant afternoon
was feelingly rendered, and all was a to Bronson gathered in 1917 covering the move- required for movement by express, | and made no attempt to Inject Into th. altua.tinn affair werel M..d.n..I. 11. Fetch, A. M. ..
Saturday. the hitter
the performers evinced marked talent, Mrs. Engels and Franklin and ment of berries from Louisiana by re. and there are not enough of these former camiwlirna' peraonalltlea in thla .t.that,.. have It ....marked when t>arl>y, J. JI'. Klckllter O J. C.rltTIa. P. R.:
At the conclusion of the exercises son, frigerator express car in the cars available to take care of present h. gut down to the dlacuaalon of the vital .1.. t KnlKht. A. W. Anrieraon. John C. Will., J. II. jjj
G. W. Parker Jr. hope Ritch W. I.. Wall ... : .
motored from Jacksonville aura that confront ..... and nation that h* 1C Wllann A. 7. Adklna.J"hn. .
at the church the U. D. C. with that with all the requirements. *.
a Sunday and spent the agencies that have eaiiKht the full.t rneaaurc rif approval from V: M .. W. E. Mavla, T J. Griffin. T\\i-rr\\
number of friends went out to Crosby with day interested themselves in the matter at "There were only two of the seveni Ilia audience. He dtaeuiiaed thittte Important. M. "nevi, 11. n, Cooper., l>. C. Jon"" T N.
cemetery and decorated the soldiers' G. W Parker and family.E. work, a service for Bradford county I i old expniss! (companies that owned any I lanu. ,
Wilkinson .... M.HJW. A. K: fl ,
returned Saturday I. to meet them In a spirit ot falrnwaa and Wall. C Sweat I (t. Powell.
graves with laurel wreaths, flags and from' Roy where he has been berry growers that will put their refrigerator cars. That equipmentwas Jades to all concerned that the ...dlen.. In- I| l hn tliilow, c. K I'oiie. H h.l I Dowllng, i.C ,
an abundance of beautiful flowers, employ. product into market in prime conditionmay con"ructed by them to take cure t Urrupted h.m. time after time with applauaa. : III,,.. C. A. Ml.on.. J. W. White, i. W,
-. ed for' some time._ be secured in time for next sea- of similar traffic to this Florida traffic that had the ring of enthusiasm and alnoerily.RAIFOKII And........ N. II, Mull J. M. Tn..-... R: T. .
- S I I r"m.I"II.| W. J. r'pponon: ', I. F. C..II.... E.: H. f
BROOKER EAST xon. in other sections, of the country, '..hllltl.. ... W. O!I. I...... K, W. III........ A. IL '
STAR h M. In his correspondence with Mr. Geo. and such growers; and dealers were '.."man, 3. T. Quirky 1C.!: K. IVrryman. C. I.. .J I
Brooker, April 80.=The friends of T. Taylor president of the American encouraged! to enlarge their operations IWk II I. llmwnlve. T. N. Umtiaurh. U, W. I

Mrs. H. S. Warren are sorry to learn East Stark('. April 30.-John Carter Railway Express Company, Senator because of feeling that they could depend Raiford' April HO-Smith Crews and, I i T.While.II I...h.W K.,>: I I':I.,,Ml.Minion."I...... I, A.It.Wynn.8. rernandea.U .1, Wyni N. 1 .
that she has been taken to the hospital ; of Orlando, is visiting his aunt Jo'll't'h'r found conditions very muchas on thin, kind of service Nelson] Bitch, of Starke, were visitors I I c> I. Marnva. A. M I'ettlt. J. W. Kilwarda,
in Gainesville Mrs. J. C. Carter, this week. they were detailed "The Southern Express which here Tuesday aftornoon.i M. I I'. Mmlicnv, Thomaa <:ill, W. ('. Vowel), T. ;,
Mr. Matthews serv.
Mr. and Mrs Calvin Gli to I A. Hrlnaoli. II I). M.I....., B. I.. Peck, N. I).
of Or.
Dr. W, E. Middleton, of Starke, was lando die son, by the representative of the company ed the Florida people, never had! any I i W. II. Andrews was a visitor tr 1,I I Viclnwrlitht' W. M. llryan. J .F. ('..n...., J. ''I. I
in our town Sunday. visiting their brother, Mar. who visited Stuike during the week of express' refrigerator; cars of their own Jacksonville during the week 1 I' f, Knbinaon, f..;. R. Con;.;.. I'aul: K. Canava.
Ion .,.
Glisson. Mi. Annie Darby, ' Wulli-r. of Rmlon. ,
Fred flaxen in Gainesville the :
was on embargo. But and never used Now that all of .
I : a very interesting any. ..
Misses Florence and Lena Carter Mrs. A. n. Andrews returned home,I ti'n. 1' Porla Jeialo Thomai, |MC"wiat '" ,
Thursday. : development of the correspondencewith the cars are put together and there! ollte Kay, Kita: 1'iaon, Nellie lUiliert 'I.
Messrs. R. A. Weeks and H. S. War- have gone to Tampa to accept em 1\1\ r. Taylor Is that he virtually are not enough of them to serve everyone Sunday afternoon after spending It I I '.Cairle Iliilow, Amelia Hay., M... I., A. Vale. i L!
ployment.Mr. few days with her daughter Mrs, W., Of 'tnllKliaaa4.. lit", of .
Bh'-lldrake. I'hllaiM- '(
business visitors admits
Gaines the
ren were to for felt it such\ I'
necessity we our duty to use .
icfrigerutfcd hla .. .. ..
M. .
and Mrs. Sweet -Decs, of Max- M. Graham in South Jacksonville. ( Han Orr, Ur. rnrd. 01 I II I.
ville Monday afternoon. express Service and assures Sena cars as vicif turned over to ua by the North .atranali Mich., Mr. J. W. Kllian, of t)
Miss Pearl Lewis of Starke," spent yule, are visiting their sister, Mrs tor Fletcher that if the Interstate two old companies to continue to lake Marvin Denmark) spent the weekendhere !I.I Illlaniaburtr Vfc, i i ;1IIIIADKORI
: .
Have with her Mr. and Mr., . . .
Luke. pnrents - - --
Friday' and here with Miss Commerce the
Saturday Commission feels that the car >,-Uif business which had been
Edna Baxter. Miss Cndy. of Jacksonville, is visiting service should be instituted in 1<'loridnohis > built up. &Wti ,fostered by the usa of Steve DenmarkMarvin ; .- ) ) '...... 'I ". ;,
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pmholster, Jr., her mother; Mrs. G. C. Cady. company will cheerfully respond to such cars, and\ for the past two ;years ,1- Hitch left Monday for Jacksonville lltadford April 0.-Mr. and, Mrs.
were visitors in the Pine 11111 section Dr. Biggs was a business visitor in any onlrr or even suggestion the com. there have not been enough; cars to where she will spend, n few 1'. K. KdwnrcU; anti children 1 1 1 Klma and n
Tuesday. this section Sunday. afternoon. mission may make! in the mutter. i properly take care of this old traffic days I II Krct'll'; were visitor at the' home'of ;
Marvin and Lucian Hazen motoredto SCROSBY This would seem to indicate that the "If we attempted to make this small I Lacy Cason and, Shepard Moore Mr. and Mr. O. F. Tomlinaon, of l I

Earleton Beach Thursday afternoon LAKE long fight made for this service l is at fleet of cars move all ofthe, traffic allover were visitors to Lake Butler Sunday.W. (Luke Hut lor Saturday and Sunday.Mr. '\
Little Virginia Weeks has entered last to be rewarded by success It the United States'I for which it !M. Whit ten wits a visitor toJacksonville and Mr,. W. H. Harrell and .

the high school at Starke. Crosby Lake, April 30.James Ben- will now he up to the growers to see was not built it would practically ruin during the week laughter, Luc lie were> shopping In ,oj
Messrs. Schell Byrd and Willie Price ton and family of the Hoatdrnin sec that the service Is used. The first. all sections heretofore having depended Mr and Mrs, W. II. Andrews Miss Lake llutler Thursday.' i.(,i

and Miss Mabel Byrd, of Graham, tlon were visitors at M. J. McRae's season' after the American Express upon that service. That has been Carrie MrKay were visitors to Lawtoy/ Mr. and Mr*. II, C. Kdwatd !left i 1

were visitors to town Friday after Wednesday. Company took over the Southern they our reason for continuing to use these\ Sunday aftifnobn., Sunday for I'alatku where i Mr. Edwards 'I -
Miss Margie Haltiwanger; returnedto offered the service but it is probable ears in the sections of the country Edwin Goethe and Henry, Ooethe, of I has accepted a position ?

noon.Willie Mae Oliver and Iva Colson, oPine her home in Jacksonville Saturday they afterward found that the contract for which they were built. We may; be, Sann, were visitors here Sunday. I! Mabry Hnrrell attended, church at '1'
Hill, spent Saturday here with after spending: a few days here. (.f the old Southern company 1, wrong in this and the whole) thing Nelson Hitch while riding a horse Itrookcr Saturday night .
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crews were visitors covered only package; express, and if having been explained to the commission Friday afternoon wu thrown freely | O. W. /Hairy wan attending to business /i! '

The little son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. here Saturday night and Sunday they ever promulgated': the refrigeration , they may feel we are wrong find,' log serious bluises and one leg being': In Lake City Wednesday '
Weeks has been quite ill but Is'able to Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McUae and baby rate it was not announced! here. if they do, we will, of coarse, cheerfully broken in two diTerent places We are sorry to report Malcolm "
attended church at Saxton Sunday. order ,. Bitch is now in the hospital in Mr'l' Hart-til on the sick list.
be up and out again.C. ; They did promulgate the car load express respond to any or even sug
Moody of LaCrosse filled his Prayer meeting will be held at the rate and it was published at the gestion: they make to us.i sonvilln. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. I Edwards and '
regular appointment at Little Rock home of J. L. Underhill Sunday night, time in the Telegraph' but the failureto i "We sincerely hope that within the,, Services were held here Sunday' daughter Corinne, were guests of Mr I

Saturday! and_Sunday.! . Frank Bryant and sisters attended give a refrigeration rate would, of coming year the express situation will j the IluptiHt church' by Rev Ware, of and Mrs. Angus Ilielling, of Providence (j

Mesdames n. T. Steen ana 1". u M. church at Starke Sunday night. course have defeated the service, even have cleared and that additional cancan ,I I Worthington Springs. Saturday and Sunday.Mr I
-- for Florida J, Ara Moo' Anderson spent the weekend and Mrs. Caswell and son, Arthur '
Barefoot have returned' home after if an effort had been made by the be acquired, not only
visiting' relatives at Plant City. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Gainey and chit growers to make use of it.The but also for other sections of the country here with her parents, Mr and of St. I'rt'rMhurlt', were 'ideas--

Messrs. Knight; Adkins, Hayes dren, of LaCrosse, attended the picnic! attitude of the American Rail. so that this traffic can be properly) Mrs George Anderson ant guest of Mr and Mr. Willurd .
Peek, Weeks, Johns, Popell Matthewsand here Friday .1 way Express Company Is made plain, taken care of and developed." I'I Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs were visitor* I Ita horn the latter part of the week. /.
Epperson of Starke, attended the Miss Myrta Morgan: entertained a L I to Lake, City Sunday Mr. and Mrs Donald Mann, of Pal.
picnic here Friday. number of her friends Friday night: I Marion Browning wan a visitor to mtitto. and sister, Mr!. Wile Dubose,

Me dames Surrency, McKinney and with a social given for the teachers of GRAHAM to Sampson Wednesday Jacksonville during: the week.Mr. I I of Ft. White are visiting lelutlvos. i.I ,I
Roberts, of Graham, attended the pie the Brooker' school. Games were enjoyed Roy and Era Roberts and son, Roy and Mis. J, M. Alvarez Mr. and friends here '. I
Sic here Friday.E. and all reported a nice time. Graham April SO.-Bob Surrency, ,1:'? visited Mr. and Mrs C. B. Roberta and Mr*. Davis, of Starke, passed Mr, and Mr. Leonard Cook, of Ft. i i.

W. Carter spent Monday in Ala. Those! present were Messrs. Marvin Mesdames John Surrency, Alvin McKinney Thursday from the Vanderbilt sec through here Sunday afternoon. I II I White, were quests of Mr. and Mrs. ,
chua. Lucian and Fred flaxen Ben Crosby, Mabel McKinney and Jake tion. I Dr. Drew Ilandley spent the weekend W M. Harrell the latter part of the .!3I

Mallio and Rosa Surrency, of Pine Lewis Shrlver Hubert Rouse, E. W. Roberts motored to Biookcr Friday Murphy Price visited White Springs in Jacksonville with his family. week tj
Hill attended church here Sunday. Carter, Rand Crews and Misses Clara and attended school commencement Sunday. Mr. and Mr. H. W. Ha i ford and I Mr.' and Mr*. C. H, Newnom and

Ray Andreu is on-the sick list this Cone, Willie Mae Nnbb, H-ojcl Warren, exercises Andy Spark of Ltuise, was a I Miss L. Perry' were visitors to Starke 'children, and sister, Miss Ruth, visited /1) ,

week. Eunice flaxen, Lorene Ila/.en Marguerite Rcna Thomas, of Louise, visited in i IPS visitor here Saturday. I Saturday. i I relative at Graham,, Saturday and .1 1I
Mrs. Teddy Lewis was shopping i In /: Shriver. Ruby Crosby, Willie town Thursday.Mr Oliver Spark and Willie" Maincs\ of Mrs Abbie Kppes and children, of ;I Sunday \1'
town Monday Mae Oliver, Iva Colson Mana Andteu, and Mrs II. F. Price Alma and Mounteocha, were here Sunday.Mr I Jackaonvifespent lust week here vis. i I Mr. and Mrs C. M. Andreu and chil'diin -
Mrs C. Edwards and little daughter; Pearl Lewis Edna Baxter, "nets Abernathy Robert of Starke. attended church and Mrs. Ed Smith, of Gainesville lUng her father T. I II.) Ilandley. luil! ..y and Fny, attended church

and Ruby Edwards of Old Bradford, Beadic Croft, Myrta: Morgan, Wednesday. visited here Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. I.. II. Ritch spent Sun. |. Iliooker/ Sunday
were in town shopping Saturday. ilr.! II.ndfrR! ,. G. B. Coition, Mr. and Willie Price. Mabel and Schell Byrd Gid Sparkman, of Louise, was a visitor day In Lake Butler with relatives.' Messrs. Arthur und Seeber Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dukes of Dukes, Urs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr. visited Brooker Friday. here Saturday.' i, Mrs. Joe Ilandley) and two attractive i l and Mabry Ilnrrcll attended church at

spent the weekend her with the lat II, P. Gainey and family attended I Mesdames Murphy Price and -Jake Roy flirt and 1 wife, of Louisor attended children Louise and Martha will left. llnioker; Sunday.!
ter' mother Mrs B. Shaw.M. church at Little Rink F'-n.lm' I Roberts returned from Live Oak and Bible school Sunday.L. Monday for Mayo where they visit Berber Edwards and sinters Misses

P. Matheny motored to Starke Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colaon and lit. I Crystal River Tuesday, after a fewweeks' Fowler. of Brooker was here on relatives for a couple of weeks. :' I'VH; and Klrnn; attended the picnic at.Brook.r .
l Ur and Mrs A. J, Johnson and .
Friday afternoon He was accompanied tic daughter, Mildred, of Pine Hill, visit with relatives and friend business Saturday i Friday ,-
home by his family and Hazel War. attended church here Sunday. I] Rev. J. T. Butler, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Murray Pnirinh; and Lehu !Mrs. Alexander, of Jacksonville' j C. It. Hay { vl itlld. in the Miller
M. Mutheny has moved his famly !| closed his meeting Friday night with drown: weN business visitor to Starka visited relatlvcsc in Urooker !Sunday. "j-cllon Sunday afternoon.

ren.Mr.. and Mrs. Harvey Warren, of from Starke and are residing In'' ore addition to the church. Saturday.:; !, Moth services at the Baptist church 1 T. IL. I'jdwords'; and children were

> ZifT, were in here trading': Saturday. their old home, lately occupied by T. j John McKinney Jr., visited the Bertha U.tfjifl! ol Starku, pen', the last Sunday were well attended. The bmiries visitor to LaCrosse Saturday . ,
of Miss L.
Messrs. Dekle Alderman, Green and Utchfield and family who have moved j county scat Monday v week-end with her aunt, Mrs. Arthur (choir under the direction afternoon 'f:,
I Brown. | Perry rendered special music The Mrs. C W. KdwardK and winter, Miss. _r.
Douglass of Lake Butler attended the to Gainesville |I Ed Thompson of Gainesville, was I
picnic here Friday. Elder Hayes, of Gainesville, preath-i here Friday. Claud Hillurd, of Hampton, is here Baptist Sunday school, under the l(!udershlp : Rrba! were shopping in Ilroolcur Sat. .,
of Mrs. II. W. Raiford, with .
-. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. L. Mor. ed here Saturday and Sunday at the Mesdames Alvin McKinney and Jim spending the week with his uncle, I). urday. -tJ
Hillarrt.R. I splendid corps of teachers and officer, Mr. and Mr. W. J. Ward were via- .
gan is sick at this writing. Advent church. : Dyal spent Thursday at Louise I I .
I* A. Brown, manager of the Bradford Tom Chastain! of Lake Butler was Frank Stokes who is attending the N, howling of Ziff was here is doing excellent work and the attenI i (tors to Worthington!; Saturday.

Telephone Co.. wan out looking in town Thursday afternoon. University, spent Sunday here Saturday. j I I dance growing Alvarez': rapidly.and Mis Mar. I, N. G. Hayes attended to business, .. InGainesville ,
"f.: after the lines Monday Bessie Shaw was in town Saturday.Mrs. Tom Mill. and family spent Sun Wallace and Lois Thlgpen, of Bel Thursday,
Mark Clemons, of Pine Hill was in Connelly, of Cooter pond who i day at Brooker. lamy spent the week-end with relatives vin to Ritch left indefinite Monday for time Jacksonville with thei I| Messrs. Mubry llnrrtll and, Walter ) ,
spend an Baxter! and Mimics Eva and Ruby [';12. .
town Saturday. has been visiting relatives here for Bud Parker, of Brooker, was here ,it\
Mrs. home Saturday Thursday.Miss Mrs. Hiram Wynn, and family spent I i family of Mr. Nelson Bitch, Jr. wads motored to Urooker Sunday af. j
Anna Murrhee, of Starke, was the past week, returned I
Mesdames J. Botch W. K.. Brown
in and with J, A. J. McKinney H. ternoon. ,
in town Friday with her mother, Mrs. afternoon. Onie Graves spent Friday Saturday Sunday I and J. E. Tatum of the State Farm .
S. Louise with Mabel McKinney.R. at Sampson i
J. Kelly. Shaekleford and Miss Ethel Lamb ; soilMdse
of H. W. Ruiford
Mr. Brannen, who has been suffering of Worthington/ were in town one day S. Wasdin and wife and Mrs. S. Gurney visited Gainesville Sat. t were guests'Prrry: Wednesday Mrs. Quite a few 'I pected this week on a visit to her t'

from broken ribs, is able to be out last week Myrtle McKinney attended church at urday. ladies here called! during the afternoonand I mother Mrs. S. M. Morrell. Her many i.I i.
again. i Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu and Rock Sunday. Dr. L II. Hunter of Hampton, was friends will be delighted: to see her .
attended Ethel and Lloyd Dyal, of Ziff, spent a professional caller here Sunday. a very pleasant day was spent
Mr and Mrs. Sapp of Raiford were children of Old Bradford Clarence Ritch of Palutka, arrived:l I again
in the week-end with their grandparents' Jesse Cone and children, of Louise,, .
town Friday church here Sunday. : in Raiford this week on visit with W. M, Whitten was a visitor to
Ben Crosby, of Lake Butler, spent Then' demons, of Jacksonville was M.and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. visited here Saturday. I home folks His a friend are Jacksonville Saturday.
the week-end at home with his parents a business visitor here one day of last Mr Equilla Dixon is home again Alvin McKinney motored to Hamp glad to are him. many Strawberry growers In this section .

Mr. and Mrs P. A. Crosby. week. after teaching': a successful term of ton Saturday The Raiford Baptist W. M. U met have burn very successful this season. :
Inez Abernathy was on the sick list Mrs. Lou Cone and children of Pine school at P.lackshear, Ga. Lacy Prevatt, of Ziff, visited he reat I the home of Mrs. II. W. Raiford Shipments have been large and prices ,\

last Wednesday and Thursday. Hill, attended the birthday dinner at Frank Abernathy was a business Saturday. Tuesday afternoon. April 20th. Mrs.. received have been extra good: the <:,
R. W. Surrency of Graham, was in the home of E. B. Andreu, Sr., Sun- visitor to Starke Saturday. Mis Ruth Smith is visiting relative E. C. Wells was leader for this meeting best known since the industry began '
visited Gainesville in Palatka.
town Friday. Math Wasdin on here

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andreu and day.Chester Andreu, of New River was Wednesday. Don't forget': to hear Mr. Lwrenc ee logs and and a music splendid was rendered.program of A read short t 1 The Irish potato crop U very promising ,

daughter, Mrs. O. B. Hazen and Doris, in town last Friday afternoon. Riley and Lassie Wasdin and Myr- C. Little, of New Orleans, at the in discussing method and shipment will begin soon.
period was spent <
i of New River, were visitors to town Mr. and Mrs. Rabom. of Old Brad tle McKinney motored to Waldo Fri Christian church Saturday night, Ma y] and result* of former effort all Other crop are in good condition and) '1))

}, Friday afternoon. ford were in town shopping Saturday day.Jesse 1st.Bible idea and laid. Thli I all planters anticipate a successful
new plan were
Mr. and Marvin Ogden: Jim Dyal, school at 8:80 p. m. Sunday.
.j| and Mrs. Jno. Morgan and afternoon department of the church work 1 I. ._ year.
{.> daughter: and son, motored to Lulu Prof. J. M. Groover, of Lawtey is John Surrency and Jake Roberts at- finely. progressing .

. Sunday. here on a visit. tended the party at Bellamy Monday C. R. E....... of jMkiKHurlll.. \ waa In Stark Mrs. W.: W. Farnell and *on Mr. and Mm William Jolly .f Waldo wen ,
, Mr*.. E. L. Croab,.- and son, Abe George Crosby visited his parents nIJtht. the latter part of last _*. looking after Mproperty : young ruaeia Jurlnt the week. of Mr. and Mm. W. B.Harvard. j.
Jr. of New
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Worthington Spring Saturday. ing Thursday, I and i I. getting real pleasure out of
," Carl Brown was vi.itinfriend..Jn/ Mr. L. A.HUH and daughter. Miss Florida Seedman I eating for the first time in many
--... High Spring' Sunday. Florence were shopping in Starke on year I am glad to express my /gratitude .
Murray Thomas made a business Saturday.J. to TanLac through the paper and
1.r trip to Alachua Saturday. L. King wa a visitor to Palatka Is Astonished my wife is just BO thankfuL to get relief
County News ItemsFact Denzil Thomas wa a business visitor Fridsy. from her suffering that she want
to Worthington Spring Saturday. Misses Estelle Woodard and Gertie everybody to know about this grandest
Miss Virgie Thomas visited her sister Swindel were shopping in Hampton MANAGER OF THE WING SEED of all medicine and, for the benefit -
==-==- Mrs John Mott. last week. Saturday afternoon. COMPANY OF TAMPA TELLS of other who are trying to find relief -
: Fact Gathered During the Week br Our Mr. and Mr. T. II. Water and famIly A son was born to Mr. and Mr. M. I HOW TAN LAC BENEFITED I we will cheerfully answer any
Regular Correspondent. visited Mr: and Mrs W. O. Brook J. Batten Wednesday, the 21st. init. illS FAMILY question. or letter and tell them just
at Providence Sunday. Miss Peail Cason of Melrose attended I what we have found out about Tanlac.
Miss Anne Belle Peeple visited church here Sunday. : After seeing the splendid result of
after statement 18 i
...- .- friend in Lake Butler last week.J. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton :being Statement made about Tanlac the mcdi-now Tanlac right in my own family could
L. Brown made a trip to Worthington visited relatives here recently I not do otherwise than recommend it,"
LAWTEV ing relative this w!ek. i Sunday. Messrs. S. R. Swindel. Ben Sasser I: cine that is accomplishing such remarkable Tanlac is sold by druggist every-
Mrs Vaaco Howling and baby are Eurie Brown wa a business visitorto Calvin Tnest and M. Z. Sullivan were I result in Tampa and vic- where. adv.
Lawtey April 30.--Dr. E. L. Bigg,11 guest of Grandma Hewitt this week. Bland one day last week. among the'Iait.on to Hampton Saturday inity. I
of Starkc was visiting relatives in Miss Either King and Mrs. Dorm. Carl Brown and sister, Carrie Belle, afternoon. A. T. Boltze. manager of the Wing I f fit quickly relieves Constipation!>>
i" Lawtey Sunday. any of Fitzgerald Ga.. arrived in town spent the week-end with homefolks. Ury Sapp, of Raiford, a candidatefor Seed Company living on R. F. D. 8, Biliousness. Los of Appetite and
Mr Wilkinson of Jacksonville Saturday and are upending a while Raleigh Bielling of Providence vis- tax collector was in town elec. Box 262 in telling of the benefit his Headache due to Torpid Liver.
..was a visitor at the home of Mr with Dr. and Mr*. Seeber King and ted friends here Sunday afternoon. tioneering Thursday.Mesdames wife and other member of his family I ,
and ''lr.. G. I.. Futch the first part of Mr. and 1\11'1. H. L. Fowler. Mi. and Mr. Angus/ Welling visited W. A. Jones and Ben have derived from the use of the -
the week. Nettie Mae Fowler had the misfortune the latter' parent. Mr. and Mr*. T. Sasser were visitor to Hampton Sat medicine, said: .
Henry Dlngfelder of New York City to break her arm Friday. 11. Rimes Sunday urday. "Three out of four of a fourth gen
arrived in Lawtey last week and is the Mr. and Mr. John Mott and Miss Miss Mabel Brown who i I. attendingthe Mr. and Mr. Jimmie Batten and eration of my family besides two of You Do More Work, u.You .
c truest of M*.> and Mr. A. M. Blanch Vergie Thomas spent Sunday at Lake Butler Normal spent the little daughter Pauline of Brooklyn my sons, are now taking Tanlac with more ambitiou and you get -.
ard. Worthington week-end' with homefolk were guests of relatives Saturday and the finest of result, to 1 can speak enjoyment out of when your
r .4_ David Moore returned Saturday from Mr*. P. P. Dekle and children of Mr. and) Mr*. E. H. Douglass visited Sunday. with certainty. to what it will do. I'I blood It in good everything Impurities in
,r I- Milton where he has been employedfor Five Mile spent Friday in town (hop- the latter' parents Mrs and Mr. J. LDuboe Mr*. P. H. Neal wa a visitor to the "My wife has been suffering from the blood have a very depressing effect on
several months. He will spend I'ping. of Worthington Spring I county seat Saturday afternoon. acute stomach trouble for the past the system causing weakness'I.zlnell"
the next four month here with his Mr*. Marion Richard and daughter Earle Peeples spent the week-end Mr. Lulu Earquett and daughter I twenty year and two bottle of Tan- nervousness and sickness
parent Mr. and Mr. J. M. Moore. of Jacksonville are visiting her mother : with homefolk. Margaret, of Jacksonville spent Friday lac has done her more good than every | GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
Mrs. Lois;; Galloway and little daughter Mrs. Rink Richard, this week. and Saturday here with her brother thing else she hag' "ever taken put together restore Energy and Vitality by Purifyingand
of Nashville Tenn., arrived here Ben Duke of Five Mile wa a visitor : 666 ha more imitations than any S. R. Swindel.Mr She had not been able to eat Enriching the Blood. When you feel
Saturday to spend several weeks with to Lake Butler Saturday.D. :1 other Chill and Fever Tonic on the *. J. H. Moore of Starke, spent: a breakfast in many year and noth its strengthening invigorating effect, see
I her parents Mr. and Mr. Charles W, Borum spent Sunday. with his market but no one want Imitation the week-end here with her son, D. W. !, ing she ate at any time agreed with how It brings color to the cheek and howit
tc Dinkins. family. They are dangerous things in the medicine Moore. I her. At times she would bloat up BO improve the appetite, you will then
*k' ; Lane McLeod and sister Miss Lena, Mr. and' Mrs. Preston Williams of line.-Adv. Daniel Batten left Sunday afternoonfor with the gas on her stomach that she appreciate its true tonic value.
of Stcckeit were visiting relatives in New River motored to Lake Butler Gainesville, where he will spend: could scarcely breathe and her pains.. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
Lawtey last week :while rnroute to Saturday visiting their daughter Mr TIIERESSA a few' days on business would weaken her until she could I I. not a patent medicine. It I I. simply
their home from a visit with relative. W. E. Loadholtz.Dr. Theressa. April 80.-J. W. Batten Mr. W. M. Brown and son and son, hardly move. She was so nervous she IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup.So .
J in Putnam county Carefoot of Worthington motored of Gainesville{ was attending to business Wilmont of Starke. visited relatives couldn't get much sleep and complained pleasant even children like it. The
Mrs. Louis Marr and little son were to Lake Butler Sunday. here during last. week. here Sunday. of feeling tired and worn out all blood need*Quinine to Purify and IRONto
/ work-end (Clients of relatives in Gaines Rev. J. L. Norris, of LaCrosse wasa Mr. Jno. Phillips and niece; Mr*. S. B. Woodard, who is employed at the time. She had lost all energy and Enrich it These reliable tonic properties -
rill-. truest of Rev S. S. Proctor Saturday Geo. Adam, were visitor to Hemp Sanford is spending a few day this was in about as bad a fix as onyone never fail to drive out impurities lathe
'. k Rev. W. Ovl'r"tr'et filled his appointment ; afternoon. ton Thursday. week with hia family. could be not to give up and stay in blood. .
at the Melrose Baptilltc.hurch Rollie Bielling and sisters Misses Mr. and Mr*. W. B. Baker of Lake D. W. Moore wa transacting business bed. In fact,it was only by her strong The Strength-Cresting of GROVE'S
ii Saturday and Sunday. Alberta and Lota, spent the week-end Geneva, were in town Thursday af in the county metropolis Friday. will power and determination that she TASTELESS Chill TONIC ha* made it
.In! Stalling' and family of Jacksonville with their homefolka at Providence. ternoon. John Morgan of Starke attended managed the favorite tonic In thousand of homes.
are visiting relatives here this I 1; Misses Cora and Etta Spires spent Rev. E. C. Dickens, of Lake City church Sunday. "Other medicines seemed to do her More than thirty-five year ago folks
_ f week.James. I I the weekend at Midway filed his regular appointment at the Robt. Batten was a visitor to Hamp no good but the way she commencedto would ride a long distance to get GROVE'STASTELESS
_ Shepard of Bryceville, spent Misses Crystal and Laurel Armstrong Banttst ,, Sunday with his family. entertained the B. Y. P. U., Miss Entelle Woodard and brother B. Woodard was in Starke transacting ' Tanlac was astonishing.. It Certainly member of their family bad Malaria or
Wesley Crew. of including the Junior with atacky : *. needed a body-building strengthgivingtonic.
Jacksonville spent group Samuel were chopping in Starke one business Monday. is wonderful how quickly the .
The formula I Is the
Sunday and Monday with relatives. party Friday night. There was I day last week. Mr. and Mr*. C. A. Rhames left Saturday right medicine will get a person to and Just it from same today -
David Reddish of Saundersville Ga., a variety of interesting and ludriclou Roscoe Rhames. of Ocala, was a visitor for Ocala where they will make feeling right again. The very first tore.' 60c you can bottle.RubMyTism get. any-drug
Is upending a few days with hi. parents costumes displayed many of which here during last week. their future home. They have many few doses stopped the gal from form. per
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Reddish. revealed remarkable talent in the se Mr. and Mr*. L. V. Moore of Starkeattended friend here who regret to lose them. ing on her stomach and relieved her '
Mrs. Ethel Gunter and daughter' of lection and combination of colors. The church here Sunday and were I R. M. King was a visitor to LakeCity misery She has just finished her I is a great pain killer.
Jacksonville are upending: a while at grand prize for the tackiest boy was guest of his brother, D. W. Moore. Sunday afternoon. second bottle of Tanlae now and is It lelievces pain and soreness caused
,4 h the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Futch carried off by Homer Lee who thereby Col. A. Z. Adkins, candidate for S. R. Swindel and son.'Willi were !going, to take more but she i* eating' by Rheumatism Neuralgia Sprains,
' 8. W. Leech and s.everr. W. Jr., of became the proud possessor of a powder state senator was in town electioneer business visitors to Starke Monday. just anything she wants at anytime etc.-Adv.
Jacksonville, spent days in puff. Miss Julia Register won the
ry Lawtey last week. shaving stock the prize belonging to
r J. M. Bond of Jacksonville, was the the tackiest girl. Mr. Avery Tison
n? truest' Sunday of Mr and Mrs.-J. H. rendered several piano selections, af-
f c Moore. ter which all joined in a medley of old
Ellin. Smart of Raundersville Ga, fashioned songs.
I. visiting Mr and Mrs. Jesse Red. Then a clever scheme of fortune tel
y dish. ling was carried out. The hostess
a''J ; Miss Florrie Terry of Fort White, passed to the boys slips of paper with
I is upending a few days with her: parents sketches representing different occupations ..
,,4 Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. of women. The boy then
Ir, G. W. Brown was a professional sought out the girl who had been assigned 11 IIIUeq nen uplllll l
i vi. Satuiday.. the occupation corresponding i u
Rev Ernest Boyer filled his appointment to his slip. After all were happily ... ,..
at IngliM Saturday and Sunday. mated they retired for a two minute
Mrs. II. R. Sapp and grandson 1'ete honeymoon. Upon returning each
Burneyf visited relatives in Jackson couple told un interesting experience
i villa\ this week they had while on their honeymoon. In
J. L, Harrell. C. R. Sapp. W. H. Edwards the same manner the girls learned I II
and II. C. Taylor motored to their fortune and found their mates.
Ktfirke Saturday After the outdoor games, refreshments
Russell Ware spent Sunday in Jack? were served. Members' of the
sonville, B. Y. P. U. present were: Elmer Ad-
J. E. and E. W. Rosier of KniforJ, king, Mae McKinney, Mona Alderman,
were visitors to Lawtey Sunday.. Lola Scarborough Zenith Armstrong:
Noel Shelton of Jacksonville, was I Blanche Alderman Omie ScarboroughHal '
the guest' of Mr and Mrs. T. J. Terry Maines, Dora Scarborough. Delia
Sunday. and Laurel Armstrong Maurice Lang-
Miss Aline Padgett, of Anthony, i is I ford Russel Ruvers Mildred Robert.
spending' a few days here' with Mr. Julia Register Hughes Register Lom- I
and Mrs. M. Uadgett. mey Chancey Homer Leo. Raiford
W. M. Redding' visited relatives at Rosenberg Henrietta and Entelle
I Raiford last week. Rosenberg, Dewey Parrish, Marie
Y Mrs. C. Y. Mayo Tina baby of Pol. Chastatn Thelma Parker. Visitor 1
3: lard, Ala are spending:' some time present were Profs. Roberts, Holland JI
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. and Lee O. G. Smith. Avery Tison.
Mooro. Kate Epperson Jessie Mae .Colson
r ,T. S. ''Stark of Gainesville wall a Frankie Prlestcr, Wade Kennedy /7 7 l
-'y recent visitor to Lawtey Jack Colson, of New River, was In /
John Marr of Highland was a vis town Tuesday \
itor to Lawtey Sunday. RI'VW.. C. Armstrong left Thursday .' p
Larramoro Rhoden spent Sunday for Crystal River, returning. Wed .
and Monday with his father near Law. nesday. of
r ,tey. Noble Armstrong has returned to _
w J. R. Eddms of Gainesville was. at the University at Gainesville, after a
V tending to business. here last, week. .severe illness
Bert Padgett, of Anthony visited .
tip his parents. Saturday. MILLER
Roley Kersey. of Jacksonville
y; .." relatives' near Lawtey last week Miller, April :80. Deputy Sheriff'; J.
k. Everett M. Johns. of Starke candi F. Williams visited relatives at High
i' I date for representative state iegiala Springs: Sunday
Lure, was in Lawtcy last week in the Carl Brown and Earle Peeplea. attended I
lf, w interest of hi. candidacy. prayer meeting at Providence "DELCO-LIGHT is the Best I
ar Miss Bessie Terry, of Jacksonville Sunday night i ; ,

and spent Mrs Sunday T. J. with Terry her parents. Mr. Mr*. N.-H. Stokes-- made a trip to Time and ,abor Saveron d ,,,.,;.

Rev. James Strickland of Clay Hill .. ,e
was. a visitor to Lawtry Sunday Oh Let's Don'tPEOPLE My Farm
V. O. W. Alderman candidate for clerk ,
y of the circuit court, was looking over i 1That's ti
4 the field\ in Lawtey and vicinity last WITII THIN PALE BLOOD 4 xis
week. ARE LISTLESS AND WANT what many users say. Over a hundred r".d t'' '
r Alfred Muse, of Jacksonville I ,
1 visitor to I.nwtcy Sundav. thousand families located in all parts of the world .

Ury G, Snpi, candidate for tax col. MORE RED BLOOD
CELLS ARE enthusiastic
are about "
lector,. was electioneering In Lawteynu NEEDED Delco-Light. This is proof

l last Dn wIII' last Saturday 00 refrigerator -- of the satisfaction Deko-Light gives. It is an indication -

j car Lawtey loads.this of berries nt>ns
many crates. by riMrltremtor boxes<< and INSTEAD OF "LJSDON'T" hearts of those who use it. !
open "lIpl't' 8. Some have brought [
good prices' and others on account of -
the delay In reaching marketiere When !
reported normally healthly ambitious
y in bad..-condition. people begin to lack energy and tire Clean safe electric lights make the house barns f
easily-when they are quickly discouraged and etmf/elf tltetrit Lent and
LAKE BUTLER' premises as bright as day. Electric power plant JtrJarm .
and low in vitality it usually power < iinJ

Lake flutter Ai>rU-SO.-Mrs. Moss means their blood has grown weak. does the pumping separating, churning, washing air fft.'(/--lull country bearings-no hunts iff-trankinf 6ela--
Feinborg and children are on n visit Such people are called anemic or tnly ent _
with her"mother and father in Memphis "run-down. Build up the blood and ironing, sweeping and a score of other tasks. plat posit--tliiek plaM- -long-livtJ battery

Tenn. you build up the health and spirits. .. Greater' runs en kenttne, .
Mrs. J. II. Mntin spent Saturday Pepto-Mangan is a pleasant-taeting, convenience and comfort come to those
E with her daughter. Mrs. D. F. Floyd red blood builder and It contain exactly who have Delco-Light '
John lI'UIlM.f Tallahassee, was the element. which bale Vatuedn-Head Motor.
p greeting friends in Lake .
Butler Mondav blooded nerds to become red
.t rich
afternoon blood. Wri,. or call for catalog, prtentfarther
Lake Butler chanter met in regular and
interfiling dtaU __
Red blood means t'heeks. bright Over
session and Mrs. II. B. Harrell was rosy ._
initiated. Delicious refreshments were' eyes a clear brain a firm step. Pep
nerved. to-Mangan has placed thousand of
d D. I. Blume, of Five Mile, W IIn people who needed building up In the 1OOOOOSatisfied !
: town Tuesday. full-bloodod energetic vigorous class THE
Mr. and Mrs Thad Carter of Bar- It changes the "let'. don't" attitudeto a MOORE COMPANY Users
i tow were guest of Rev. and Mrs. S. a "let's go" attitude. Recommended rI
S. Proctor this week. by physician for thirty and I I
t Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his appoint' bold all over the world. year Lake
City Florida
4 went at Baldwin Sunday. Mmm acturad 'by
Pepto-Mangan i* sold in both
'i4' liquid
Mr E. L. Overby and Mine M. E.
"' Proctor spent Sunday at Sapp with and tablet form. Both contain the E. V. MOORE Dealer J. S. MALPAS OELCO-UCHT COMPANY, ""*_ ..... _
., same medicinal ingredient Salesman.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sapp and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Gasklns.Mr Buy,, Pepto-Mangan at .your drug
*. W. G. Ball 1 is visiting relatives gist'. Be sure the mime .Gude.." I I.
.t in Lakeland this week on the package Without "Gud'." it
s John Mann and daughter are visit.' i*' not Pepto-Ptlan..n.-Adv. There's a Satisfied User

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(If: Bradford and considerable non-producing certainly parasites.but that it will thereIs be I

I County Farmers found tiuply in of good farm working products order fall when below the

the demand for them.
The supply of farm products will
SUGAR PRODUCING the State which can not produce, safely from $133.50 to $80 per acre capacity certainly decrease as the supply of

SOILS IN FLORIDABy and economically, cane sufficientfor I Sugar Factory farm labor decreases (improved me- I 1J,
a sugar factory with a capacityof A complete auger factory to make thods and farm machinery notwithstanding '
It. E. Rose, State Chemist 1,000 tons of cane per day (fifty none but strictly first-class standard ) and the situation will onlybe r ,.I e1IT.

acres) with a harvest season in North granulated sugar, directly from the remedied when farm wages com
Numerous inquires for information Florida of sixty days (or more) or cane, with all the necessary modern pete with wages off the farm.
its to the locality and area of sugar 3,000 acres per season; to say nothingof economical devices, should cost practically i That can and will be done when it
: producing soils in Florida, and requests numerous small sirup> mills handling one hundred per cent more than become absolutely necessary and the
for copies of the pamphlet ; from 100 to 500 acres per season. a Blrup
factory, per ton capacity; or consumer must foot the bill of the increased
. "SUGAR PRODUCTION IN FLORIDA While North Florida has confined Piactically $800 per ton daily capac- I coot of production or do with-
;I" CANE CULTURE ANI>> SIRUP itself to sirup making there is no out something to eat and wear. electric sign
I, .' MAKING" (published Ly myseif: and climatic reason why this territory Ity.I do not adviiie a sugar factory of I From ,the farmers' standpoint the The :largest

1 distributed without coat> now practically should not produce standard granulated lens than TOO tons cane per day, and future is bright. The world is so busy
'r exhausted) have induced me to sugar at a larger profit than realized would much prefer one of not less dollar-chasing that the man who stays In the world advertisesWRIGLEYS
,>, publish as part of this report, the following from the production of sirup than 1,000 tons per day. with his farm now must almost certainly -

r : only. North Florida has a climate At th -above estimated cost the fio; better in the! future than he .
The present scarcity of sugar similar to the sugar growing territoryof COO-ton factory would cost approxim, could by joining in the chase.

throughout the world, owing princip- Louisiana with a slightly longer ately $400,000 erected, and would care For the present year, the acreage
ally to the destruction and demorafi- j growing and harvest season; harvest for 25 acres of average cane dayor being prepared and planted is too
in Louisiana per
'. cation of the beet sugar fields and beginning October 15 to 1,500 acres for a 60-day harvest large when the labor supply is con-
November in
factories of Germany, Austria, Hcl- 1 ; North Florida fifteen season, or $207 per acre capacity. sidered. The seasons will have a
'days later, November 1 to 15. In
guim and France-countries which I have always advocated great deal to do with production.With .
y prior to the "World War' produced ;middle Florida down to 28degree, harvest factory a sugar favorable weather, the necessary -
begins in December. South of making none but strictly first- on Times Square. New York
"- more than fifty per cent of the worlds class standard granulated sugar direct cultivation can be given; without
27 degrees should
not begin till aftel'Janu.ry
I sugar supply-has called the attention from the it, fields and low yieldsare
cane, selling the direct grassy
1, as frost to damage same 250 feet lone. 70
cane elf It Is
of the United States to the necessity for to the trade the jobber or retailer (or in order. :
manufacture is
I for the of the American sugar practically The best for productionare
production ; prospects
consumer thus
I ), obtaining the market
'. i.. supply of this staple article of unknown Japanese south cane of produces the 27th more parallel.sirupof price for the product, without the intervention on those farms which have sized feet high. Made UP of 17.286
food within the boundaries of our the situation in a business like
own of the refiner, or sirup mixer up
an quality, lighter in color
;I d country. I II than most other varieties. The whose profits are generally more way and are putting in an acreage electric lamps.
have contended that than those of the which the available labor suply can .
long the enormous yield of sirup per ton, however, is us. grower and manu-
American demand for sugarand facturer of raw sugar. Standard handle under normal conditions.
ually lower because the canes are
( cane nirup) should, and eventu- hard and it requires more power to granulated sugar is a staple product, s> The fountains play. the
'ft..- ally would be, supplied from sugarcane express the juice. Japanese cane requires with a fixed market value. Sirup is FORMULA FOR KEEPING FLIES

j produced in the Gulf States and more labor to strip the cane, as not a staple produce and like raw sug. FKOM: DOMESTIC ANIMALS trade mark changes read-
% particularly> In Florida. it has more leaves and these are attached ar its price is fixed by the mixers and

: Thi present abnormal prices, caused very close to the stock. Thereare the refiners. A formula for keeping flies from domestic ing alternately WRICLEVS
Iiy a world-wide shortage and also by however, some varieties of Japanese animals which seem to be
J speculative influences, have called the cane now under test that promise COUNTY AGENTS', : REPORTS efficient for a day or two is the so- DOUBLEMINT.and
'. attention of many capitalists to the to give better results as sirup called "Jensen's Formula". It calls SPEARMINT.
SIIKI fields of the Gulf and South producing canes than the ordinary Volusia
County: Will begin digging for the following.
, Atlantic States particularly Florida, varieties. potatoes in about two weeks. There Laundry soap. I nound: water, -4 JUICY FRUIT. and the
.SII t r_ HA il evidenced by the purchase of immense Japanese- cane .Is very naray. .It. are splendid prospects for a good gallons;; ;-I crude 'petroleum, 1 gallon;; "

J..:.; tracts of excellent sugar lands will withstand more cold without injuring yield. All farm crops are looking fine.. powdered napthaline, 4 ounces Spearmen "do a turn.
in this state; the planting of large the juice, than other varieties I Polk County: The late orange According to Doctor Watson, of the
areas In sugar cane for seed, and the although the eyes are more hardy. It market is good. Grapefruit bloom is Experiment Station, the soap shouldbe
,' preparation for building a number of stood much more than other varieties light throughout the county. Grape- cut into thin shavings and dissolved This clan .Is seen nlfihtCv by about

; large, mojtun factories, with all the and more crops can be grown from the fruit prices are still low but a rise is in the four gallon of water which all the world.
600.000 people from over
{' necessary! modern economical apparatus stubble. Some claim it is not necessary looked for soon. Melon vines are should be hot. The napthaline is then
?i' : and methods, as used in the best to reset Japanese cane for several looking fine. The general outlook is dissolved in the crude oil and the two
I,, .: factories, and the modern cane factor years. However, the test plots on good, in spite of the shortage of com- solutions are mixed and thoroughly
y ies of Cuba and Louisiana the Experiment Station farm show a petent labor in some localities. emulsified. This can be done by run
I do not believe that the present abnormal much greater yield on the newly planted Santa Rosa County: Crop conditionsare ning it through a spray pump several .WRIGLEVC

:,, prices will continue for many plots than from stubble planted fair The oat crop is looking fine. times, or if one does not have a pump, Sealed I JUICY FRUIT: I ICHI1 Kept
' :( years. However, in my opinion. It four years previous. Corn and sweet potato acreage will\ be it can be put in an old fashioned churn j *IQ OUM '
r r. "( will be yours before standard granulated Cost of Sirup or Sugar Making Apparatus increased this year. Livestock conditions It should be stirred well before Tight I "' T Right
_, sugar and pure cane sirup will have improved during the last using. .
!t' C' be sold for prices approximately pre- At the present time, owing to the 20 days. A7

.\ / war prices, when {1111 per cent sugar increased cost of machinery and laborit Marion County: Many oat fields are Optimistic Thought
/ '. poll! for four cents per pound and Is not posible to obtain specific in the milk stage and wil be ready
''N The surest way not to fall Is to 4*
1 t" good: cane sirup for twenty per gallon, prices of apparatus from machinery for harvesting about May 1st. Some ,
termlne euec"ed
to the producers. In my opinion, it catalogs. fields without fertilizer will yield 30 to ." tG uMsPERe6

I'' will be years before standard granulated There are a number of reliable man to 40 bushel per acre. The front of rep
sugar will well for less than six ufacturers whose advertisements can the fifth and cool days following No Woi ms in a Healthy ChildAll u

cents per pound to the producer, and be obtained from reputable trade journals stunted beans and cantaloupes and children truuhlod with worms have an unhealthy
good sirup for less than fifty rents per devoted the will cause a decrease in yield. color which lucllcatut poor blood and see 11I.
to sugar industry, I I ro''".there Is morn or lens stomach disturbance.
gallon. who will\ estimate and quote prices for !|, Walton County: The corn crop Is GRO"E'S TASTLLKSS chill IONIC given r.llularly I.
Sugar OB per cent goods, IK selling machinery when informed for what about all planted. :There will be about (or two or three weeks will enrich the blood Improve
at the present time, December 15, in purpose the apparatus is desired- '' 100 per cent increase in cane and the dille dun.and act as a General Strroiith
Cuba f b. shipping for six I,| fruit trees over last i entail!Tonic to tie whole' system. Nature will then
.0 the acreage
points, sirup or sugar making-and proposed ( year.I hrciwoff or dl pel the wo.-mi and the Child will, MIn
rents or 7.28 cents in New York, duty acreage of tonnage contemplated ,I Many large; hog farms have been perfect health. I'lrnnant to take. 60c our bottle.
a (20 per cent), insurance and freights to he harvested. Catalogs describing I I| started. The swine breeders association -

paid. This price is for the old! crop- mill illustrating the various ap- '. is doing great work. LINCOLN IIULLEY .
t' 1918-10-tho present Cuban crop now put'atUH-their capacity per day or per i Pasco County: Excessive amount of - -
being harvested. Is largely: still\ in the hour being given: -can be obtained, i I rainfall this week. All crops are looking .
warehouses of the nutnufaclurem. from which selections can be made and fine. The farmers have a fine
American beet sugar is selling for 10 prices obtained by correspondencewith sti>nd of corn and other staple cropsas I II
i, cents at tho. factory; with Louislania the manufactures. {I well as a good al'I't' truck

cane sugar: at 17 to 18 in New Orleans Small horse-mills, kettles or evaporators crops. Cold, field mice and other
r' It will bo noted that my estimates can be purchased from hardware ';i causes have damaged watermelons; tf w
Y' are made on a bonis of six cents to dealers in all of the larger cities and i,I' nevertheless vines are running and --
the Anierldun! producer, as, in my towns of the state; such apparatus is some report bloom. There is in the p'
opinion n duty or tariff on foreign; by no means economical, seldom. extracting | neighborhood; of 750 acres in the
Roods of kind has than fifty cent of county ,
any never protected more per I I 'v _
an American( agricultural( product, but, the juice requiring much labor and. Alachua county; Continued hard (!l. ;:
ac was simply! added to the font to the fuel in proportion to the output. 1 rains, last week have caused more t 1 {
> American consumer It l is unnecessary to say that the damage to early crops and delayed the '
" Cane Producing Territory advice of some practical and experienced 1 planting of others. The watermeloncrop THE UNIVERSAL CAR

As I have frequently stated, and as i person, familiar with the. manufacture is reported, considerably damaged V

a confirmed by Dr. If. W. Wiley, Dr., of sirup or sugar, should be by rains and high winds in some parts The Ford Sedan with electric
Win. C. Rtublis, formerly director of' obtained in selecting an outfit. I of the county. Severe (care of cabbage starting and
I p the IxiiiiNiuna Sugar: Experiment Station It Is not practical, economically, to were loaded late Saturday whenI lighting system,demoun table rims with 3#-inch

; Prof. R. E. lilouin, Prof. II. E. increase the capacity of a sirup or su. j I I the ban was lifted. ., tires all around, is the ideal family car becauseof
Stockbvldge, Prof. D. n. Ross Prof gnr factory by adding units thereto. ;, Holmes County: Poor stand of cot k its
general utility and refined and comfortable
John M. HI'ottIf'II"'rs.! J. S. Murray,| Such practice is simply an expedient ton on account of cool weather and
W, H. Rodenberry. Paul Dupuy and I and Is not economical. || heavy rains' Many farmers are planting equipment. Finely upholstered. Plate glass

C. K. McQuarrie, and by other com In order to intelligently answer over their entire acreage. Seed windows. An open car in the spring, summer!
't'o some of the many inquiries as to cost are scarce and hard to get Some corn and
h early A closed in inclement
1'loridH and of Southern Georgia and 1 of sirup factories, I have recently ob- and cotton land will be planted to rice car
t Alabama, produce sugar cane of excellent tuined quotations for the necessary I Ii later Grass has made rapid growth weather and winter. Rain-proof, dust-proof. In

' quality, as evidenced by the i, apparatus for a complete sirup fac- ,I i in the last two weeks and range stockI the city or the country, a family car. The low
numerous small farm mills-kettles i tory to handle twenty-five tons of cane I lis in good condition. Small grain and des cost of operation and maintenance is the
S ; and pan evaporators crude inefficient in twelve hours, or, as generally un- !, garden crops are looking fine. not
4 and unm'ollomil'tti-illld by a number' dot-stood, fifty tons per day of twenty. I Bradford County: Owing to the I least of its cha.rms.Von't you come in and

,E, of more efficient steam factories, four hours (A sirup or sugar factory heavy rains the farmers are having et;' I look it over?' "
'I, !; which, however, are generally lacking' should he operated day and night !1 trouble getting general crops started FORD GARAGE

i In powerful mills to extract practically ., during the harvest season.) I I well. The embargo on the shipment The People's Candidate for Governor A. W. & G. A. Anderson
all the JuK-es, and bagasse furnaces Without going into details, the following -| of strawberries\ will in lure our coutny Give him your first choice vote. lIe '

} to utilize tho hugn.iae for fuel,1 quotations have been recently many thousands of dollar. is for all the. people all the time. :rr icE h, Starke, Florida
thus economizing ono of the largest' for the complete machinery for cash, :i Volueia'County: The corn acreage. CC c
expenses of manufacture; to say f. o. b. factory, to which must be added ''will probably be 20 per cent greater .' =:';-*1"1 : =..
nothing of the increased' output freights, foundations, cost of assembly I than last year. Considerable corn Is T ,/, :--"fll&JC" I. ,f."Zo'Jo.'. ." ,

' Of cane, and per ucie, by. a larger and I 1 superintendence and building. 1 already up and growing. ]I ..", \ fQ ';'O.1'
better extraction i>f the juices to cover the machinery. The buildIngs I Madison County: Several farmers >> mr"'fl= / \ R ,
1 .ll/I" rll' ,
Whilo the growing season of tIle simply cover the machinery to have brought trartors and arc using .11Jt; : I ""' I I
4.. northern sei tlmi of the cano )producing protect it from the weather; all mar them to disc the land ahead of planting 1 f 1
region of tho Jnlf; StiiteH I is shorter thinery sits upon foundations or suppotting I thus providing a better seed bud tar j E i ifll
? thirty days than that portion of Fieri columns ther..on.11 | Seminole County; Three simultaneous [ ," : , ,
da hl'lo9; of still the qual.[ apparatus necessary for a com- outbreaks of wine plague occuredat I

a' ity of the bUtuh't on of tho cane, fete sirup\ factory, boilers bagasse different localities this week. All --.....--.-._.-,.:-::" ,.. ..=:...:<(YQ1E.q J=-.....
is excellent, us shnwn by analysis and I furnace, engines, three-roll mill with localities were promptly visited by the ., -- ", t .." .,. ."
by rc'ulth in tho factory. crusher; nil pumps, sulphur' apparatus agent mid Dr. Lynn and both swine ',,' .r. : ; I
AK I havi itiitcil on m \m previousoccasion three defecators, two'evaporators, all plague and cholera treatments were I
:', there no few township; in' tanks, piping and nil connections: given, "" I
? Price f. b. !( .-- . . _. .
- 0 factory, $12tiOpO ':"- : "-'-- =-, "" ..'- -.- -: ..-, - --"
estimated cost of freights, foundation ----'--- -
IfGMGR IT DOOM building, erection, etc., $7,400.00, I ."." : "
tvady for operation, $20,000.00.: ( I CtiUUM!
The April 1st report of the Bureau Urjp and Influenza r-- -- -
Capacity of of fifty tons hours of cane three per I of Crop Estimates shows a farm labor :rI &: .. ..t.J"'t.ArnR I LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE Tablets remove,h.r'2 '
day twenty-four ( -Ur-FlNS
FOR NASTY CALOMEL watches of eight hours each) or two situation that is well worth consider. : dorrs cents: Som <;.. >. There Is only' OM "DrtmlO Oulnlr CASKETS
i and onehilifI'rt' of average cane 1 hog[ among out many high cost ofliving Arrru: DCKI-ONOLNCT COM.< Joy .CROVC:; slftmmr rm box. JUc.HOTEL. And a full line of II

per day; or IHO acres for season of | The problems.laborers and even the farmers AFTER Anna SirKnutw W&ucMfBa' COMES HEALTH. - - --- ; > J\,r takers' Supplies
and December >>: coins STUENQTRV
a I, sixty days-November I themselves, lire leaving the farms in Automobile ilearr.e.'e .
Folks Abandoning Old Drug for"Dodson'a ,In North Florida; or 250 acres perseason ., order to profit by the higher earning In the spring when you're "all 1 mw 11
of November 15>> to t on hand. The Lest .
100 days I in"-fogged out blood -
I ; thin if
rapactiy of their work in other industries. .
Liver Tone :lNDLE ,
I'YIuunry 1-In South Florida. I I you will turn to Nature's remedy ; i rat the. lowest price Spec:iai ;

here in South. i i' Such a of factory twenty should gallons produce of standard an I The supply of farm labor in the a tonic made from wild roots and .tDr ition to ,telograph orders l
average United States is 72.4 cent of .
per barks which has stood
j sirup from each ton of cane, or 400 fifty year JACKJONVIUt-rUV
| and a year ago waaS4.4 per cent as the best spring tonic- v.ill. M"'J'ttfrp.d' ; ; Emhahnerne
makes sick It' gallons per acre from average cane of you Europe> nPlan.
tTpM Calomel I normal. Complete I1odm.
liornlilul Take a done of you the duneerouiilrug or 1,000 gallons per day, at a manuf 1| The demand for farm labor is 105.3 find strength refrained.; No need ouhidemans3malnlbatod. rwiWd I C."JONEStarke
tell 't.
tonight mid tomorrow you lone a act u ring cost not to exceed ten cents per cent of normal and a was to you it's Dr Pierce's Golden lIp'C f in I
year ago
tluy. per gallon exclusive of packages, cost 101.8 cent of normal. Medical Discovery, put up in tablet. COIINIdiOl\.Co/\V9I\i9t\t/ toEreryfhinp,In I Fla.
\ ('alomi'l! In nll'rcu..11'n! it coma,, of production and delivery of cane to ;1 In other per words, our farmers have or liquid form, and sold by every tart. of City Send for Book; t. .. ,. -
into contact with Hour bile it mashes into i factory, Using properly designed and about <>9 per cent of the help they druggist in the land. After a hard WIIIII W.SftITN, PROP'A =- ::- =' : -:

it, breaking It up. Than !. when you i operated furnaces, the bagasse (cane :, want to operate their farm and a winter-shut up indoors,your blood
feel that awful nuuaea and cramping. If[ :I pulp) should furnish fifty per cent or i year ago they h.d.83 per cent of the needs a temperance tonic, a tissue KILL THE RATS
you are .11I IfIHh, if liver I.I torpid and I more of the necessary fuel. The ad. i help needed. builder and blood-maker such as this

owvU cowed\! or you have headache costing, : I Applying the situation to the individual "Medical IMcovery"of Pierce's. "I Never Knew' You Could Keep
or stomach sour, just try, a spoonful ofImrmluHH f mill with crusher) would increase the I three things: leaving the farm for Golden Mwtloal Discovery l I. the fast Shop
+ Doilwin's Liver Tone tonight. I j I extraction 10 per cent and lessen the 1 some other work, cutting down his tonic and builder 1 have ever known What Ralph Walking _
ti'. my guarantee <3o to any drug[, i I fuel bill 20 per cent-the added three planted acreage to conform to his 1.was In s rundown and weak condition ed rats around store had enough to TODAYDyUslnff
t r sitor and net a Imttla of Dodson'Live i | rolls would be economical. I when I started to take the 'DoMnnj and wouldn't eat
supply of labor
his labor
or keeping touch
F + Tone for a few uents. Take. spoonful I I As stated, a modern, well-equipped Medical Discovery,' and that Drat bottle clous. anything auspi.
G And U it doesn't straighten right upand I by paying more for it. so sirviig-tbantHi me that I Gel| on with Heard about RAT-SNAP
/ you
sirup factory handling fifty tons of ;
make feed flue and vigorous, go', i I It doesnt require prophet or. It until I had taken tree butuee, cud it a Results were wonderfulf"irL STEARNS' PASTE
you i
cane day, will cost, erected, goon
per pray with then health
the was
seance ouija board to find my absolutely perfurt.'
t back to the store and get your ten bout
moneyIodson's tically $20,000, or $400 per ton of cane I out what the result Is going to be. I never heeltate. a moment fn rerom- days Dogs inlrmasoelent.mtlrteWwfariat. Yleu.
Liver Tone !. destroying thsale per day, and care for a field of from | The law of supply and demand has mendise Dr. 1'lnnm'sUatdm lIIt1dl..IIJaeJ.err I day and night never touch RAT ,,' <_b..and wafer....... h ee.r c
: of calomel because It can not salt ICO to 250 the M she very boat of tonlea, and am SNAP." 8 sizes 25c duals in'h_-.e to run tram..... buildlna -
rate or make you side.; acres depending on had a whole lot of trouble in stayingon .lad to make this statement.MK! and 50c, $1, Sold for water, and rb air,drinf oa_
length of the season, costing therefore the job in these days of speculators Asnrut DIAL,Mow guaranteed by D. C. Jones In a ("wmoojoiiM. Two S<...Ne.nd 1&.14
-" Tompktaa Ave ,North M. Mltchen. and J. '.boukl ...........4 iutIuromwioeuoas.

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drvv*'* Ttrle drill Tonr.reoute Balance April 1. 1920 __.__...__. 21..11'' In the Bradford County Telegraph. anew.- I -- -- j ipt
Fops, Janus
District )/.. 86 l"r *vfealttr aD(, wieigy by twrUJrUil aa4- > Ralanoe March 1, 1920 ._..._..._,.. 2'.OB I This March 35. i.zo. For the purpose of holding the said, elec long said near to East line of Section 8 I North to Usher count* line, then. West along. ,1'' .
rlchtas. tb. blood. You can ...... feel ksStreotig.Dins. Keceipta during month _______ fl." w. T. WERKB, Lion In District No. 12, New River the fob then... North to Northeast corner of aald See said line to the Northwest corner of Section ;
lovUoratlt U"-" Prio . Warranta issued ___ __ ,T.-.....,.. 10.00 ,(SEAL) clerk'': Circuit Court. lowing managers hare been .appointed O. W Ion S6| thence West to Northwest Cornerof to, thence South to Southwest corner of Seetlon '
Balance April I. 1920 ...._.__....?_ 40.47 By C. A. KNIGHT. Andrews.For D. W. Kelly and W. M. Parker.. old Section 281; thence North to Southwestcorner 17, Tp. 6 8.. Hsnge0:; K., thence, East j'j'to
Dlitrict Ne. 81 I Deputy Clerk the purpose of holding the said elec of Section 1 ; thence Keel to Southeast center of South line of Section 16 thence. 'f
"And There Wasn't the Slightest Odor llalance March 1, 1H20 .--....-__._ 108 B B. MOSELEY. lion In District No. 18. Midway the follow.. corner of said Section 11 then. North ta North to center of South line of Section 1.
Itecelpta during month .*-*_*_._____ 6.21 Solicitor for Complainant. 8-19-PI-6-14. I tog managers have been appointed. I R. R onhrast. Corner of sold Section 1, the point throne Fast: to Southeast. corner of Section 1.
From Dead Rata"Writes Warranta issued ___-- ___ Taylor J. O. Denlson and R. C. Crawford. of __Innln... hence North to Northwest corner nf Section I
John Simpkins, farmer of llalance April 1, 1920 _.._...-._____ 17.0 ORDEa FOR PUBLICATION For in the purpose' of holding the said election The additional territory for the granting 8. T,. IS., Range SO E.. thence Last; on
17 1920. In i District No. IS. Ilellbrann. the follow.. or rejection of which this election Is petition :f *Ip. line to point of beginning.
Annandale N. J. "Rat were costing BRADFORD COUNTYpol I' Judicial Circuit Court, Slat of Florida. Eighth. tog manager have Stern appointed" : N. D. ed. Is bounded ... follows HENRY VARNE8. W. M. VARKF.S 8. L. ., ,

me hundreds yearly; tried. dogs, ferrets STATE OF FLO HI I)A. Circuit Bradford County, In Chancery. I Green For the Drew:: purpose Reddish of and holding J. L. the Parmenter.said cleet'on Commencing at Southeast corner of Bee- GIIIKKI8 Trustees. 4-16-6t-6-14 ;

poison couldn't get rid of them. I hereby, certify that the foregoing statement .: W. C HUNTER. In District No. 20. Robert, the follow.Ing .
KAT-SNAP of the Receipts and Disbursements cf Complainant.MACC1E manager have born atipolnled II. 11. t.
Bought $1 pkg. (5 cakes) I i
the funds of Bradlord County for the monthof H I Williams. C C. Doutorly and John ('.'.._.
Used half, not'a live lat since. Dead March 1920. Is true and correct to the : HUNTER For the t'urttose, of holding the said election Report of School Finances Bradford
ones aplenty. I like RAT-SNAP be. I beet! of. my knowledge and belief. Defendant. I In District No. 21. Palestine. tha follow.

cause after killing:: rats it dries them' 8ui! .>erlntendent E. R.of POPPELL.Public Instruction. bill It flied appearing In the tiy. abovu affidavit slated appended cause to that the I t''n'.r:: ;:: ,:: Brannen have been and appointed Arthur; Jlra";; ;'''B.. .

up-leaves no smell" 3 sizes 25c, 50c I Mare) Hunter the defendant therein named laa For the purpose of holding the said election .
resident of the Statef Florida, and concesls In District No. 22 Ralford the folioIng *.. County '.. ;
Sold and I
$1. guaranteed by D. J. CLERK'S REPORT: herself so that process of subpoena cannot mlln....... bave been appointed l 8. II. ,r. I
Jones .and J. M. Mitchell.':-Adv. Stark.. Fie.. April 8. 1920. be' served upon her and la over the Moore, J. H. Bitch and O. W. Anderson.
Report of the clerk of the Circuit Court in age of twenty-one. years I and It 1a then.fore For the rxirtNiee of holding the said election For the Period Ending i December 31. 1919
and for Bradford county, Florida, on account ordered that said non-resident defendant in District No. 28. Lake flutter the fol' :
ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHEName of Taxes assessed for the year 1919 t>e and Is hereby required to appear to the lowing managers have been appointed' t 0. H. tl
The following report of the recelpla and dlsbursetmnta of the funds of IlkADIOKD
bill of
B. M. DOW1.INCI complaint filed In said cause on or be Register. C. F. Rivers and R. W. Miller
lax Collector. fore Monday, tile. 8rd day of May A. D. 1921V I For the purpose of holding! the aaid rlec- COUNTY for the period ending December 81. 1919 with the balance and amount of Warrantaulstanding j
County I roper oltieroisa the I allrgationa of aald bill will be Linn In District No. 24 Johnstown. the follow. and a statement of the aasvta and liabilities, and the value of school property of
"Bayer" is on Genuine March 1. to bet due --?_.___?____1880818 taken as confesied by said defendant log managers have lawn appointed the said 11.111'1111.. tXtUM't' as r.i....rlv.ilimrd .
By ami collected _h__............... 420.00 It I. further ordered that this order tie pub Varnea, W M. Vamea and 8. L. Orlffls.I Henry of Public. Instruction and the Superintendent of l'uLI.e Instruction Is hftxliy. published t.
Aspirin-say Bayer lished once a week for four consecutiveweeks For the purpose of holding! the said .1.... under the |I"rutUiiins.' ..f Chapter, BUS of the Laws of .'1..1".. Arts "f 1VI6\ <;
April 1. to bal due ---...------_?_128B8.18 In the Bradford County Telegraph a tion In Muriel No 26. Lawtcy, the follow. I.ltNTST: AMOK. Comptroller.GUNEHAL v,
Road and Bridge. District N... 1 newspaper published In said County and Sub tog managers have .been appointed i T. J. SCHOOL FUNDVlKisitury

March 1. to 1 hal due ____. _______. _7RB6 67 This March 2Mb.! 1820. Terry" V F Godwin and A. H. 11..1..,.

Fly amt collected -----...._.___....... E6K.84 W. T. WEEKS. For the purpone of holding the aaid election balance April I I. 10111 .____.?.-...-_...-_.___________ ___ 7(19.78( 4f'f' 1
a (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. In tllxtrlrt No. 2ft. Thomas, the follow. Warranta outstanding April 1, 19191 -

April 1. to bal due -------______.__.::7607.71 I By C. A. KNIGHT log manager* have been appointed A. A. Time i warrants ----.-.-___..._.._....-.-.--.- .__...... 16,000.00 iI""
Road and Ilrldrs District N,. 2 Deputy Clerk. I Douglaiis, .. C Crews and Will Croft. Current warrants ._-.._____.-_.____u_______.__--.---. 16.798.48 81,798.48Net '
March 1. to bal due .._-----__..6101.18 A. 7.. APKIN3 For the puriMwe of holding the said election :

U", amt collected ............____....__ 1 Solicitor for Complainant. ...2..80NOTI'E following. /In Dlmrirt, No. 27 Sampson. City, the deflclt .. ._ _. h __ ...__ ... _. fll.6i9.7ii40.V21.60 '"v.
have lieen
managers appointed. 11.
April 1, to bal due -----______.......6101.11 C. brown J. L Wynn and Mlllard. .m.... Fnim .KM;, HTT8: Kill 1IIK NIX MONTHS '
I Wldo....' Pension OF ELECTIONS For the imrtMwe of holding the said ..I.. i- i'
,March 1, to bal due ..________._....ISRS.C5 tion In District No. 80. Five Mile, the follow Comptroller r. fli>tnili'iiComptroller ,. "ft.- M
(1\ lly amt collected J ____________?____ I L.By.. the of power voted In them by Ih.hool! Ins managers Imve Sown appointed T, J. lwdunde __ ._. ___ _ __-._._.... -_ _. r.U.IIO. t .
1 ublic' Instruction the State of Florida the Board of IIlIk... I', I'. Ih4kk and J. M.\ Itolterta. Comptroller, one mill tar ___......__._____.____._ 2,160,18County ,
April 1. to bal due ---------------,1288.46 by orders election of Bradford County here. For the imriKwe' of .holding. the said election \ Judge hunting licensee ....-____ 1HOO)) +:
County School;; I SlM-rlal an Sub School to he held In the follow.Ing In PiHtnet. No. 81, Rosier, the following Ifc'IMieltory, loans ____._.___.........____.__..___________ 28,216.00
Toilet on "Bsrer Tablet of Aspirin" March 1, to hal due _________._____2676420 May 16th. 1V20.) for the Districts, on of Saturday i, msnngors have Seen appointed J. M. Rosier, t
IA a ""Bayer package," containing proper By ami collected J .................... I truMces and to determine purpose the amount electingthree of J. R. Rosier. and J. W. Gasklna. Leaving lialsncs nn___.____...__...___..__...__.__--... 44,911,08DlSltt'RhEMKNTN -.
directions for .Headache Colds Pain milllure to be aaiessed. I Done by order of the board while In open ; : FOIL THE SIX MONTHS e eaaunded
April 1, to bat due .2576420 session this the Mb day of April 1920L. -' .
-?---- for Schools J
Neuralgia Lumbago and Rheumatism. u.t.r.i; ; ;. I tiun For In the District puriiose, of 8 holding the said eloe- C. POWELL, Salaries of teachers __..._.__.___.....______......_._.__. 24.728.26 XlWTransportation
Kara "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin March 1. to let due ----__,--______.102100 managers have .been No Starke the F. following 1'. Shaf Chairman Board Public Instruction, Bradford lure"... of school lota ..............._______-.__--___. "B.01)
prescribed by physicians for nineteen lly amt collected .................... I f..,. J. L. Perk and T.appointed N. Ke idniek.i County, Florida. New buildings _ ...h.n____._..__.____..-._________ 8,12874 '

year8. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets due .____ ___ I or the purpose of holding the said elation Attest. Repairs, to buildings. ______..._....._____.._________.____ 1.176 BK
April 1. to bal __ .
coat few cents. Aspirin is trade markof Total Sub-- School .....1021 00 In District No. 4. Long Bridge, the following E. R. POPPELUCo. Furniture ______ ____. _______.___.__.___.._-_______ 728.B4 u

Bayer Manufacture o( Jloaoaoetieacideater March 1. to bal due .........__.___.2118 managers have been appointed B. F. Supt. and Bec'y. 4-16-61-6-14. Insur.nte _-.__.__._____?.._...,_...___.?_._..,..._ 11.77 .
of lly amt collected _______.___......... 41894 llenfroe. J. E. Adkins and 8. C. Crews.For nf impllsIncidental ________._.____..._______....? 8H2B05'
Salicylioacld. the purpose of holding th. said election PETITION FOR AN ELECTION> for echiHila" . _. .____..__.___._...__________ 2.161.67 1Eupense.
April 1. to bal due .______?_....___700262 In District No. 6, Little Bprlnirs. the following Wa the undersigned trustees of Johnstnwa of Administration ,.. "'e. :
FINANCIAL STATEMENT COUNTY SCHOOL Sub-Rrhool Bonds managers have been appointed 8. Sub-school District No. 24. hereby lietltlnn Salary of euperlntendent .._____?____________ 67800Trave'Ilau
auperlntcndont'a FUNDSCounty financial atatement I March 1, to bal due. ..______ .___-B6f7.18By W. Uuhoae. Jonathan Dukes and R. JIee"... the Honorable Board of Public Instruction of eKiieimes of superintendent .........________. 125 00 ....
of county school funds for the 1:>onlh of amt collected _-......_....._... 189.48 For the purpose, of holding the said election .. .Bradford County Florida, for an election to Per diem and mileage members In District No. 6, Providence. tha following lie held at the school house at Johnstown
Incidentals for board and aiiperlntondcnt ...__ __ ana r,6
March ltt"fl April 1. to bal due __._______________6308.28 managers. have been. appointed J. J. ..1..., on the Iflth day of May, 1920. In establish Printing .... ...... .__ __ _________?__..:.._ 189 6R ..... .
General School Fund Special Road A, llrldge Bond District No. 1 Ilielllng, D. J. Hardln and W. L. Blair. an addition to the area of the said Sub- Interest ...tInterest .. ____ __...__ w_____________._?. 1,261 R ..
Balance March 1, 1920 _________.__.1 9H.12 March 1, to Sal. due -__.___.__._nUMl 01 For the purpose of holding the said elec- School District No. 2/. aa already exktlng, asset couimns _.__ __-t __._._._.._ ____. 45000
............. lien In forth below. Th. u ? ?
during month boundaries of the
Receipts .2996.00 platrlct No. following
By) amt collected .___.__............. 7. Brooklyn the said
Warrants isaued _.____.......___?...6688.60 77682April managers have Sewn appointed R. C. district .. are now existing, being aa follows Refund on ta.ra _________________________. 210 77 86,94421

Overdraft April 1. 1920 .-.---.------.- 790.48 1, to bnl due ______________.._ 2814. JI II..r. 1P.. J'.d"." and T. C. Cloversettle. toWitbegin *
District No. I 19 al the Northeast corner of Section. 1; Making deficit -__._.____.______..._________ 28.012.1I1t
Balance March 1. 1H20 ____.._ -___._ 26961 March Special 1, Road to bat A due Bridge Bond District No 2 For the purpose of holding the aaid election Tp. 6 8., Range EO E., then running West V-Borrowed money ........... . .. __?___..... 28S1C.
Reeeipta during month ._-----------_ 1.2 lly amt collected ....----------------18800.69........._..... In District No. 10. Vanderbllt the following along Tp line ta Northwest corner of Section Cr.-Warrant No. ll7 ntitstMrirtlnir tMind fits,, IMIII IK. u, r
Warranta issuefl ____................. I managers have been appointed F. M. 8. thence 8 to SW corner of Section I, then. Fund 1" n : SIBHO it 1
Balance April 1. 1820 _______________ 210." April\ 1, to bal due ______...________16300.89W. Norman R. M. Alvares and W. F. Harnaga. W to center of N line of Section 9. thence n ,
District No. t T. I'or the purpose of holding the said election B to center of South line of portion 16. the_ Net deficit\ Ileoenibrr 81. 1919Warrants 86 L47.ll I I &
Balance March 1. 1920 __________.._ 124.42Reeeipta Seal) Clerk WEEKS Circuit Court. In District No. 11. Graham the following East to NW Corner: of section 221 thence outstanding Divcmorr) 81, 1919\ \ 169."' "i
during month ................ 28.00 By C. A. KNIGHT managers have been appointed t Chesley booth to Southwest Corner of Section 841 Currant' warrants -- __ .n._ -__.__..........*_______.___ 44.048.08 69,048.06 ,I.r.II.
Warranta laaued .___................. IBB.62 -
Balance April 1, lU20 .___.._______.. 16.90 y Deputy-Clerk - depository, balance Dneemtier 81* 1910 .... ......- _...._.-..._ 8.79B.72Total

Balance Warranta Receipts during March Issued District month 1._ 1920-......No...-Y---_,____w-----_8_________.___ .08.14.0&.0 12.111 County Monthly for the financial COUNTY month of ite.tement FUNDS March 1920.of Bradford _111111 mmrnlllmmmmllmmrnll I 1 I1 1 11 lIIlIIlIImmrn 1 1 1 lmllllllllm ll 01 mlmlllllllllllllllmlll11111IIIIlllIIm 1 Il I ILess Assets and Liabilities I

Balance April 1. 1920 .___-.___...____ U.81 General Fand
District No. 4 Balance March 1. 1920 ..........____1872.76Ruclpts
Balance March 1. 1920 .__________... 1488 during month ................ .8.62 ASSETS
Warrants Issued __.__._____.....___ .96 '
Reeeipta during month ......._______ 166 -- 11180 GENERAL! SCHOOL FUND
Warrants issued _____...,___________ 6.00 Balance April 1. 1920 ._.____.___n___ *H8.43. balance cash In depositor. _- . . . .. __._. _. . . 2,70672Unaollmud
Balance April 1. 1920 ____._____..____ 119,15Dletdet Balance Fine and Forfritore Farad taxes current year .. ._..____n_______ -.-.. -- -.----.. 87.MAI'.1411 j
March 1, 1920 --------------5008.8 .
No. B

Balance March 1. 1920 _______._____ 2862 Warrants 1 Receipts daring Issued month._______________._._____. 17805 A1 RlL '\ lalance cash In d.papltori.-w X BPKCIALTAX_.________..._.DIBTKIC1B._.-..___.__________ 1.811 14 t
Reeeipta during month ................ 48,1$ Balance April 1, 1020 _______..___.._2H25.23 \r Jneolleeted tasea -- --.. ___..._. ..__ _______________..._u_.__ .._.___ 1,814266
Warranta _____ ________ ._ .
Issued I
? ? Ros.1 Fund auw eta. 'rev. wvu 'it. rat 5r: lalance cash bond Interest and sinking funds __ -._.__._ .__._......._ 10,607 71Source i
Balance April 1.District 1920 __Ne___w-------6 48." Balance March 1. 1920 .____...._.___ 4564 ( rot designated) .___.___u..n...._______.___________._ 8.84S$ ,I
Receipts during month .............. 1 2 b 'l
Balance March ____._________ ,
Receipts during month 1. 1920...__.......... 26.89 81 08 Warranta Issued ... ............ v .__.___..______..___.__u____:.___......._________. 68.86671 .il,
Warranta Issued ____................. Balance April 1. 1920___.___........ 46.&. 4 UAII1UTIEM / I
Balance April 1, 1920 ________________ 106.82Detain Outstanding Fund GENERAL SCHOOL: FUND t
N. T Balance March 1. 1920 ....__..___... 876.88 1 2 13 14 1 6 Warranta outstanding for current expenses ___..............____..____ ,41,015.06 j"11\
Balance March 1. 1020 __._.....____ 20B.87 Receipts during month ............. ,lime warrants outatandlng n__-___.__________.....___....._________ I 18.000.CII
Reeeipta during month ...__......_ 2.10 Warrants Issued ____................. SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT :
Warrants, issued __ 48.78 Balance April 1. 1920 ___.________... 876.88 ' \S\ \ Warranta outstanding ..un_.._......_._ ............. .._______._. .800.011 N
Balance 1929--------------.. Widows Pension Fund \ '
April 1.Dlitrlrt No. 8 1B9.22 Balance< March 1. 1920 ...._.___..... 84.60t \ 2 S o Total' ___ -___._.___hn________ n_____----. .._ .__.-_____ 128.708 III w
"" >ts during month ......_...... 262L
ccl '
Balance March 1920 ____ __. 118 9U VAI.I'K OF
Warrants Issued ..__........ .. . \
Receipts during month ................ .. .
Issued -- -. --- ,. -_ ....... 2&1W..anto llalance' April 1, 1920 _n_______.___.. 84 80 \ 4choo! bouses and lola ,

Balance April 1.Dintrirt 1920 __No_____*_______._ 189.68 Bradford State County, April 6, 1920. \\ f ;5 I !' School School: i Furniture apparatus: 1 1

Balance March 1. 1H20 ...._Uh__... 88 15Roceipta of Florida. Y Jtlitr[ school property' I
during month ................ 8.70 1 hereby certify that the foregoing statementof \ tnT>r
Warrants Issued _________.-._._... the receipts and disbursements. of the Total
B.I.nce April 1. 1920 .________....... 86.88 funds of Bradford County for the month of

Balance March District 1, IHiO No.-.._16___n__.__ 141.14Reeeipta March'beat of my 1920.knowledge) Is' true and and belief correct to the Recapitulation! of Report of Special Tax School I ,

during month ................ 8.ellW..r..nta I W. T. WEEKS
issued ___....____ _. (SEAL) Clerk Circuit' Court.
,llalance April 1. 1920 ___.__..__:.,:_. 148.00District Bradford County.By District Funds Bradford County Florida :
No. It C. A. KNIGHT. Than Nickela ,

Balance March 1, 1920 _..n____.____ 182 lReeeipta 1I Deputy Clerk. a
during month ..____.......... 7.02 December 31 1919 '
Warranta Issued ___-....._____._.___ 100.011) ORDER FOR PUBLICATION :j
Balance April 1. 1020 ____?__.______ 8048 Tn Circuit Court Rtae of Florida Eighth _
District No. 12 Judicial Circuit Bradford County, In Chanrcry. Week Z f II r .. i i' II ;

Balanca March 1. 1920 ....____--__._ 264.'.\ R E I IQ '
Receipts during month ........__?____ .84 G. J. DYE. J i I Ji : ;1
Warranta Issued ____.........___ Complainant. a& II
Balanca April 1. 1920 ..___.__?___._. 2BB.CB V. I 1 i'I jhr

Balance March District 1. 1920 No.____1_*_____.__ PI.(7 ANNIE IIYE.n'f.ndanl.,. r Lf f i ;
Receipts during month ..-_.-.__._____ 80.H It appearing by affidavit appended to the This is all that Swift & Company's r r t
Warranta Issued ________............. b'll (lied In the .nbov stated cause that Annie I r JF
Balance April 1. 1020 _____.._____._? 112.08 'Dye, the defendant therein named" I. a nonresident profit cost the average :; .
District No. 14 of the slate' of Florida, and she I. a 1r ;

Balance March 1. 1920 .._._n._..____ 194 48 resident. of Fairburtt State of Georlrla, and American family in 1919. ... 0.W; : !
Receipts during month __________.___ I." I. over the sue of twenty-one years I It is therefore r
Warrants Issued n__...............-. ordf-red that said non-rerldent. defendantbe rW i i I
Balance April 1. 1920 ___._________?_ 190.T7 and Is hereby required to appear" to the bill
District Na. IS of complaint on or "before Monday the led Here are the figures and author- rWw I

Balance) March 1. 1920 _._.___._____. 296021 I flay of May, A. D. 11120.\ otherwise the allegations r I
Rvealpta during month ................. 6.67 of said bill will lie taken ... confessed ities for them. v -a-I: ; 1 i.
Warrants Issued __ ..___...---- by said defendant. .
Balance April 1, 1020...._____,_____. 82.29 I It is further ordered that thl. order be s s1 ,
Dlitrlrt No. 16 published once a week for four eonMeeutlva .
424.9' ,
The of "
Overdrafta March 1. 1920 nn__..____ IB.KBReeeipta weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph. anewspaper .. average consumption ii OIIA 2 0",1] 1.:11: ;' Iill I ,i
during month ................ 21.77 published In said county and .1..", for is about R 28.411 IHII-J K4I 45,61' .
Warranta Issued ... ......_... This March 81, 1920. meat per person a year
4IflII.A'1' 1007 I0.nO| 7611)) 'I, tin
Balance 1929 _.__________ 6.42 W. T. WEEKS.
April 1. u. B/ -2.HH, 1.,11) "" 811.'lift
District No. 17 (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. 180 pounds (U. S. Government). 64 Kll 60.1101) ) 41 t
Br C. A. KNIGHT. A 14<.4lt .,,, KIM 1G.." 4 HO .76 Kl.6 .
Balance March 1. 1920 ...________... IB.87Reeeipta
during month ................ Deputy Clerk. 1711 HII 18.1. 18761] 85 B7 4.HO 181.0 I
Warranta Isaued _n_____?_?__..... 4.16 A. B. CREWS. The average American family is 8ft 7j 111'1.10 0<1.80 46.76 n.BO. Hit 6.00 138.88 ,
Balanca April-V.) 1920 ._______....... 18.22 Solicitor, for Complainant. 4-2-5-4-80. I2B.7 1.78 80.00 .7.NO 411 66
District 20H642VK a.114 20.00 44.8M. HO) B.OO 188.2f
No. 16Overdraft 41/2 (U. S. Census) 101
March 1. 1920 .._n___."___. 12.41R.aelpu ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn persons .84 6.82 180.814KVU ..HO 100.B6
during month ....._.......... 88.28 Circuit Court. State of Florid. Eighth: 12IM1.00 1DK4 I91.2B '.NO 1B8HW
Warrantkoued ____................. 6.00 Judicial Circuit. Bradford County, In Chan II l 41.I'i! 800 R7.88 18 Kll '.&11 M B7I4I.BB
Balanca April I. 1920 _________.____ 14.84 ...,.,.. Swift & Company's profit from HI 844 III 19.HH 104.61 18000 61.04 IBMH 1888 /
District No. It FLORA FLYNN. I I 208.8710.00 820 126.2B 5 Bl.DO ..10 10.00 11..11
Balance 'March 1, 1920 __Uh________ 17 MRecelpta Complainant. all sources in 1919 averaged less 161 IZHflfl it.HR 60.00 67.7K UHO I HI ft]
during month _____?__.___. S.D4 V. 17, BHH6l Sill.10 62.611 4 MO
Warranta Issued ................. PETER FLYNN. I than A cent per pound on all 1M in BUI 81 OH} 110.00 80.60 4.DO 18.60 10 04
Balance April 1. 1920..______....._. 20.80 Defendant.It 7.I'l 18.VO 4.18 4 00 lit.Kg
District No. SO appearing liy affidavit appended to the products including meat. 201 13\1\ ..71.011 lift.VI) 4001 86.B6 760 1.00 141&.5)hIII )
Balance March 1. 1920 .............. 16B.M bill filed In the above' stated cause that | 1011.821| I 1H6.42| 6000 76.18 ".00 10.00
Receipts during month .______._.__ 16.48 Peter Flynn, the defendant therein named Ita 221| 11'0.011 10(1 1.11.11
Warranta Issued .____--__ .-__ non-resident of the State of Florida, ant 23 20H8IIBII07I BUAI; .811| 1181.801 48.60 110.001111.68 .VH .
Balance April 1. 1920 .._.._..__.... 180.86 he I. a resident of the City of Wilmington This averages for the family lea. than the 24!/ lAB) 67 18.2.10/1 1811 64 All 61 1 9,611 1114 71 "12?t )II i 1341.111; 1114. 'Oil''' !
District No. 21 North Carolina, of the United States, and hover ,
Balanca March 1. 1920 _____u_______ 12R86Receipts the age of twenty-one. years ; It I. there.fore price of- 2B| 1701.14| 112.841 I I 2&.43\|\ l.60| 1621.141 IIB 4H :.
during month _-.+- .- 10.26 ordered that laid non-resident defendant J6J! 242"Hi toooj 110.661 60'Ollla I3.0U) 1tl.(II111] 181.BII
Warrants Issued :: :::: be and la hereby required to appear to the 1 cigar per week for father cr 21'' 74 21! III.ITf I 'mil

Balance April 1. 1920 .___________ 188.62 bill of complaint filed In said cause on or he- an) inn 4ftHfc 'r.
District No. tt fore Monday. the- 8rd day of May. A. D. 1920 1 street car fare per week for mother or 2111| 0 i 1ft., .
Overdraft March 1. 1920 ______-_____ 18 "" otherwise" the allegations of said bill will betaken S HW. I -' .
Receipts. during month ..._._._.__ S.97 ... confessed by said defendant. 1 package of gum per weekfor l I"> It
Warrant.asu.d ______.____u______. It Is further ordered that this order be pub TotiilI'lstrlct. 427' 1-1 1 r. 'I: "' sir ,, II.S, r
Overdraft April 1. 1920 ___________ 7.82 Ibhed once B wee+* for four eonsseutlva the children. t N? 18. . ". '
District Na. 28 weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph anewspaper
Balance March 1, 1920 .- 41470Receipts published In said County and 8,.", Recapitulation of Report of School Bond Interest
: during: month ...:=_-_=:=: 47.10 This March 26th 1920. and

Warranta laaued _.___ _____..__. 18410 W. T. WEEK8. The complex service which we Sinking Fund Bradford
Balance) April 1. 1920 ._____-_____ 297.20 (Seal) County, December 31 1919
District Ne. 24 By C.lA4 KNIGHTou furnish the public is efficient and ,
Balance March 1, 1920 _.- .__u__ 147.42Reeeifile Deputy Clerk.
/ during month ___.__.. 18.15 i r I \
---- I). E. KNIGHT. the

Balance. IIIArli. 1, 1020 I I -._No.:..=2S:._.........-.. 162.57 --Solicitor- for Compl..lnanl.2.11.10 I I economical.the shape of The profit cost is to too small publicin to F .. E r : r1 r ; I IfJJTTf[ r I r I \

Balance __ _.______ 61 51Reeeipta
1, 1920
4,1, during month..?-- ._-- .._ 12.06 Circuit (pert Bradford. State of County Florida.In Chaa.JT RightJudicial : I be noticeable in the family meat bill. ; [ i i :; f [
Warranta isaued ____._____ J. If f
Balance April 1, 1920 ____.._...... 68.82 ? : MITCHELL, .., i 1 : i
District N. 26
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_ Balance. March 1, 120 __. _u..______ 2291"! Complainant.MARY l l
Recelpta during month . ? ...6 V.' Swift & Company, U. S. A. tv l p 8q'J l
Warranta isaued _.___.... I
----- Def.nd..nt. I 2 P me
II..I..n.. --w. apj'.nd.d !! ..
April 1. 1920 _____ 289.62 appearing by affidavit Uii the II !!. i' '
District No. 27 b II lied In the above stated cause that MaryV. e':
Balance I March 1. 1020 n_____. .___u 8921 Mitchell the defendant therein named la a : : = f
W..II'\O during month __________.____ 11.88 non-resident of the suit of Florida, and the :m rI : r r"C
; Issued -- ._---.--_._ 184 80 residence or whereabouts of defendant la un. g CoyAlfl I t"
Balance April 1. 1920 :---w.:: 6.41 known and Is over tW age of tw.nt)'..... 4 .1 ; :;
District N. 28 years : It I. therefore ordered that said non. l-
Balanca I March 1. 1920 _________ .___- 67.76 resilient defendant be and Is .hereby required. I i w :
Receipts during month ___-._.-.-..... 6.80 to sppe.r to the bill of "ompl.'nt' flied I. said -- .
Warranta:: ; Issued -. ... -. ..r 1000 .u.e. en nr before Monday. the l1.h day of IlllllR 1 III IIIlIlllIUIIUIII IIlIlllll IIIIliIIIIIIII IllIUl18I( Illillllllll 4I1/ mn.'Al4| IDIMI. I I M. 1 mo.) ''uo'NHJ.' BH I'< 4.54: .
Balance April 1. 1020 ::::" .._.?:.-. a8e6: May. 1<. D. 1920. the..1oa the .11..Uon. of I 041.071/ HIHMI. I I .'.01 I 1 I 240. |III.HIO "
District N.. II said bill will be taken .s ennf..ed by said 28! 400.BBI .J78.74IBIinil.| I .07.3i| I 182.441 89. 262.771' 884.91"
Balance I March I, 1920 __ .___ __ __ 18"41Reeeipta do.f.nd.nt. I 181/ ri74 8llOOO.!! I I 67.26)\) I I 14 in 8:10.: (ItlOOO. 116146 .

Warranta' during issued month- _______ '.11 lI.hed It Ie ones.rther a week ordered. for eight that thla consecutive order/ be weeks pub-.. Total I VS3.2H 2.111ID031.101! | 18".1| 1000. I 281.62)) 1770. |18.017.101| B.'. I|100S1.71 _

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X without fear or favor. If I have
I and your eon.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Noglea and will announce to'thc citlseni. of Brad MO. FIn i ndenc 1 will appreciate roor vole en June *thI .
fr Though we find the size of its Sunday that I am a candidate for the of- FOR CONSTABLE-DISTRICT FRED
Bradford County Telegraph edition reduced somewhat, the reduc- dren, of Welborn, were the .' Sheriff. I respectfully solicit the sup announcing myself. a candidate for Con- Respectfully. __ 0. JONEb,
have seen, her mother, Mrs. T. V. Powell, I th the fsihfulllyischarge. stable from District No. e. Bradford aunty. I I that I am a candidate. for
tion In other big dailies we I rmoeleeed. 1 will submit the following I.... a native eltisen I hereby
who make the same claim, if any day and Sunday.Mr. .. of the olf'.... P. 8. DENMARK. of this county and have been constantly associated I Contiablc In and for District and No.If I e. 1 have

x P."IUiIH-cl Weekly, and entered ** .eend > at ..all, ia BO microscopal that it reminds and Mrs. J. E. Douglass of with ice citizens and Its Interest. !, that having if ed had will'"be 'b.III..I.h; give office rood ervle*am. I
OF REGISTRATION here and I promise
l-offite it of a utory After the passing ford motored to their daughter, SUPERVISOR spent my ) dischargethe I appreciate the support of all voter* of the dls.trict. .
dap matter .t the po ua J.' announce myself a candidate for re I am hotored. with this office I shall
tariff bill M. Powell, Sunday afternoon. ,.. . ability JACOB i, 7i...
of the famous McKinley .. to the office of Supervisor of 1Ie"lat duties of the office to my
Starke, Florida. a republican senator was upbraided bya were accompanied on their return Bradford ......ntl'. 1 respectfully ...11.
Mrs. Powell who will spend a support of the votera at the ensuinic
0 === constituent for raising the tariff on .
electtij I w.lI. in the
and if as last. e
l r S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Ownrr. flour. "Well, suppose we did!" replied days with them. ..... the duties of the office with ai-eumey,
the senator; "didn't we at the Mitchell Powell attended the ..... '. -I A. KNIGHT.

name time remove entirely the tariffon of Mr. Elsie Hancock Thursday.Jack COMMISSIONER DIST. N.. 1
Why pay salaries to people whose I dandelion roots'" Waters and son, of' annonnc myseif a candidate for COMPANYRaiford
sole occupation I.I writing: bunk that j We frequently read of big dailies were visitors in this community .. as County Commissioner for Dis. A. D ANDREWS -
' not ?- would 1. subject to the action of the Dem
the newspaper do publishApalachicola absorbing smaller ones, and day.The primary. 1 respectfully solicit the sup- .
:' Times grab more if they could. One way to sad death of Mrs. Elsie the voter at said prim.
do that could be by starving them out cock and baby occurred at Dundee O. V, BROOKS.
"A kiss in the dark and there wasn't of I.ap.r I'erhaps that in the reason -Wednesday. They were brought' .. myself candidate for Florida
.bl' announce a
i4 smell from dead rat I. used! by the big dailiesis Thursday morning on the 8
the slightest why roll paper .. of County Commissioner for District ,
the queer h'ading of a newspaper still. easily accessible, while the fiat train and laid to rest in Douglass alestine and Providence.. If elated. 1
nquib. But looking a little further in paper for small publishers is not. Linotype etery Thursday afternoon at 6 discharge the duties of the of-
th. beat of .bUltl'.
Rev. John Dukes conducting the
the paper we find that the over worked operators are In great demandnow H H WLLTAMS
make-up man had accidentally Rot yet the suppression of a trifling neral service. She left to mourn Dear Customer:
the heading of a rat poison ad mixed percentage; of the smaller paper death a husband, father and COUNTY COMMISSIONER I8T. No. S
with that of a magazine would convert the scarcity in this Mr. and Mrs. J. I..Anderson, of .. announce myself a candidate' for 2. Self
poem. an .mml..lon.r for District in large lot of Diamond
We have gotten a
I four sisters and five brothers,
class of newspaper workers into an Butler and Worthing/ton. During mr In
Kaiser Wilhelm's life at AmnonVf'nfll abundance.The Mrs Julia Vames, of Lake ., of the office I have endeavored to Rising Hour in 12th, 2Mb and 961b sacks,. and in Half
well the
of the district
the people u a*
Powell of
Mrs Ethel Dundee
not HO uneventful after all. The I I Times-Union editor does not at lame to the brat of my ability, and Barrels and Whole Barrels in Wood ; also Nellie King
ether day he experienced. the curpnse J l.nvoto )lie awake nights wondering:; Mines May and Neonie ..'ov..... h.. riven satlsfartlon, I will

2& of his life. The general; synod of Der. I how to get the next supply of paper Lulu; Messrs. John Anderson of ..... the support of the C. A.voter ROBERTS at the (Plain Flour) in 2 Sib and Wood Barrels. We guarantee -
of Dundee
; tin writ a vote of thanks to him and i and can therefore be more optimisticthan Mitch Anderson of this Flour and are making a close price
Anderson Lamar Anderson and bag
his wife for having "In many ways the Telegraph and other little ...,, announce myself a candidate for every

testified to their practical Christian brother Vet we hope he is right', win Anderson, of Lulu. 'and Comm Worthington winner for).IJUtrlet I promise No.If t.elected Lake on it.

spirit by works of love toward their for we like the newspaper "game; will endeavor. to discharge the duties of
brethren" No death from heart fail. and it would lie a bad day for the pub. We are proud of the confidence ." to the beat of my abilitri. We han a few Brinley and mount Plows, both

h ure being recorded, he must! have ,survived lic if the small papers should cease to tors, druggists and the public M. CONNER.
exist.FARMERBROWN. 666 Chill and Fever Tonic.-Adv. steel beam and wood beam which we are closing out at
it. will announce that I am a candidate
The people in Hernaniiu county are Pile. Cured In 6 to 14 Days huller the vote and of Worthlnirton.the cltiaena of I respectfully the district

greatly exercised over what to name a DruMlst.refund mnnrr If PAZO r June primary election.. S. M. DUKES. Our line of Dress _Shirts, Work Shirts, Overalls,
wild animal caught there description incur* lu.liinit.imnd. Jleedlngor I Protruding -
a liistaiiiiy iclicvn I Itcri'nH! f ilca. and COUNTY COMMISSIONER DI8T. Ne. t Pin Check, Khaki Work Pants and Men's Dress Pants
of which cannot be found in any tesUul:: sleep aft+r th Urst\ avuilriukiu.uup will announce that I am a candidate
natural history. Why not put a tail Now, Cy, It' pears to me there Is .. Commissinncr for District No. I. I is complete and the price is right.

to it and call it a dog. Perhaps the no use going galivanting: around looking Political .. aollclt the aupport of the voter
election to be .held In Jane
animal is the "limkln" which figured; for low prices. They all got to primary S. T. DOWLJNG. We can save you money on Panamas and Straw

' so much in the annals of the state legislature have a profit to pay them to do business FOR STATE SENATOR and Men's Hats and Ladies'Summer
State Senator Hats Felt Hats Boys
I am a candidate fur ... announce myself a candidate for
ten and which and I believe DeWitt C. Jones
nor some year. ago, 15th Diatrlet..nd will 1 appreciate the '' of County Commissioner for district
some legislators wanted protected will sell ua goods just as cheap as we at the. coming primary of ray fellow ,.. ..! : (Belford and Lawtey), subject to the. a.- Straws.
r' while none in Tallahassee could really can get them at Jacksonville and thenyou've A. ADKtNS. the voter at the coming democratic

Aj tell what it looked like. got to pay the freight; besides. I am a eaadidat for State Senator ,."aervlee. If elected In the I Interest promise of faithful both my and dis ef Tennis Oxfords, Baby Shoes, Boys' and Girls'

I guess: Samantha is satisfied, now's Fifteenth District which embraces ... and the aunty at I...... 1 respectfully School"Shoes and Work Shoes Men's Shoes and Ladles'
Another feather in our American it cost her $16 to find out. County, and will appreciate the aupport the support of the vote,. B J. HOSIER. ,

f cap! The S'otch-tht".e men with I Say Brown, what did :you hear bout IH'moerstle countrymen at the D.June B .J'I : : COUNTY COMMISSIONER DI8T. Ne. 4 Shoes with prices to fit your pocketbook.We .
galvanized throats and stomachs politics a candidate for re-election to the office have the best line of Apron Checks, Dress
cannot stand up under the whiskey Oh, every congressman and some FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROirP Commissioner for Dtotrlrt. No. 4,
taint wants to be president. Good I hereby announce that 1 am a ..adld. During my encumbency, of the office 1 Ginghams Dimity Checks Homespun White Bleach
shipped them from this country. Yet, Representative In the Lefflslatnre. CJroup used my best endpsvors. In behalf of the .
couldn't stand up under it neither, and wish to servo their country if they at the eomlnv primary election, ; to Insure the auport of the voter* at
on that account prohibition was are really needed, but will not seek JOHN J. primary. J. M. BROWNLEE. Bleached, Hickory Stripes, Khaki Cloth, Percales Mat

for the nomination. (Of course Bryan This will announce to th* clttMm ...
brought about.
announce that I am m candidate for tress Ticking Feather Ticking Indian Head, Prints,
will run, you can vote for him any old aunty that I am a candidate for Repr'e Commissioner. for District No. .. Prom-
tive In Group 1. I respectfully solicit careful attention to. the duties of the of Table Linen and full line of Silks and our prices are
The print paper (situation doe. not time). If you should decide to vote of the voters at the democratic I am elected I irUpectfully solicit' the a ,
'- bother the Bosnians. They use boys for some other man than don't want Crt.. In June. CHAS. H. of the voters at the coming primary.J. right.
the office but will take it if the dear L. UNDERHILL.
with good memories to tell the news. i I ...ndldRotp..teth';
am a
These "news boys" gather at certain "peepul" need his services, you can Group No. 1. and respectfully solicit' the :: COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST No. I We ,also have a full line of Men's Ties, Collars,
places morning to hear men vote for Bryan next time.I port of the voters. at the cumin, primary ...hl' announce myself a candidate for the
Men's and Women's Hose' Hose Laces Em-
j 'k' tion If elected I promise to aeev the of Supporters, ,
the County Commissioner for District No.
county politickersfeel :
whose business It is to read aloud the suppose carefully and faithfully In an effort to :
news translated from the Serbian papers. the same way and are willing to present tendency toward Increasing state Bradford I will serve County the, people and promts of the that district If broidery, Toilet Articles, Candy, and all kinds of Gro-

Then the boys hasten to their try if the dear "peepul" are bound to( at every ..Ion, of the oyl.lature.T.. R. : county at large to the not of my abil ceries.
3' respective villages and repeat what have them. 1 respectfully solicit the support of the
at the ensuinir primary.
they have heard read. Between the Well, we should worry. We haven'tgot FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP Points
I. W. HNHOL8TF.R. SR We Ford Automobile Parts Plow
carry ,
translators' faulty translations the much to say about It. anyway. I hereby" announce myself a ." .

boys' lapsing memories and the befogged How about fence wire, Brown Can Croup Representative Two for In nomination the Legislature for the from ... to.announce. to the eltlasns of County Plow Bolts, Beams and Handles, Plow Lines, Hoes,
District No. 6 that I
understanding of the audiences you buy it cheaper at Jacksonville ford County, Florida, subject to the for Commissioner. I respectfully am a solicit can Rakes Saddles Bridles Wagon Harness Buggy Harness
fl No they ain t. got and don't the Democratic Primary to be held .
one may imagine what this "news ser any >ort at the June primary. H. D. MAY. .
vice" means. But it Is cheap and has know when they will get some in. Democratic 920. 1 respectfully voters and count If the elected support of Buggies, Ideal Fertilizers and many other articles
not to be paid for in advance. Prices just the same. when they did faithful and eonaolentioue ervlee. a candidate for re-election aa a member that are necessary to the farmer.
have it. Can't get: it from the fac- EVERETT County Board of Public Instruction for

,1" .", PREPARE FOR CARCITYThe' tory. It's. just like the sugar ques Thl. will announce to the .111_. of .my No.efforts I. to If serve I ,an the reelected best. intemt will.on-of Come in and let us show you what we have, ana

Yi 5 tion-plenty of it but can't get hold ford county that I am a candidate for ) ... L. C. POWELL. bring Eggs Potatoes Syrup Chickens or
your any-
: sentative In aroup 2. If I am elected I
stoppage. of Immigration from of it. DeWitt C. Jones has got a
: put forward every possible effort to MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. N. t
thing else that have to sell.
Europe, the emigration from this I 1 pretty good stock of !goods on hand unnecessary expenditure of publle .. will announce that I am a candidate you
country to Europe the movement of and sells goods at the same percentagehn the continual ralslngr of our state taut .... .. as a member of the County
farm hand. to the cities the shortened pay salaries. to unnecessary nale.ra.JAMES of Public Instruction from District No. EVERY DAY IS SALE DAY.
bought them at. I saw some he !: respectfully solicit the votes of the eitl-
hours of work and the loafing; of so the aunty at the forthcoming primary
had bought; six months ago but he had
able-bodied have the P. M. PADGETT.
m'n. put
I not raised his price and could not buy am a candidate for county judice of
; t, farms in the North and West in dire '! them at the price tie retails them. ford aunty and hereby announce my ...."" announce that I am a candidate "
straits for help. The present and future dory In the eomlna primary June .. This.. of the Board of Public, Instruction A D. ANDREWS% COMPANY
outlook for help is so discourag; I' Most merchants don't do that way- flavin lived In the county all of my '. ", No. 2. I promise If elected to
big that nearly every farmer in the j soon as they! hear of a raise, they get served It In a public way for several discharge the duties of the office ,
feel that 1 can efficiently perform the ..
the county at lame to the best of
regions mentioned has been compelled busy and mark up the price. of said offlo I count the upport .. I respectfully solicit your vote. at the my
t to curtail his acreage and many have Let's stick to !heWitt C. Jonesl) He democratic voters. and if elected. promise ..,. election In.June. J. .DBNNISON. Raiford Florida
ful and conscientious .ervl.... R. A.
i left their farms and moved to the will watch the market and give us a MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. N. I

towns. Only about 00 per cent of the R'IUarl't'RI.\ Good-enough place for I b..n.hl'. announce myself a candidate a candidate for member of the County
land tilled in 1918 will lie used this me to trade at!II office of County Judge of Bradford of Public Instruction for District No.
Florida and on aecount of my health 1
respectfully solicit the votes. of the
year. For that reason a scarcity of fee I like the bashful man that was not be able to make an active of the district at the primary election
agricultural products Is sure to como. : will greatly appreciate any favors. my .. J. D BAXTER.
Invited to take dinner with friend
The Southern farmers therefore a can vlve me. I snllult your support
are, who neglected to tell his wife aboutit. June '..1m..... _.-11011... T. J.
again called on to produce all thefood
,,, they can. They must grow food She not being!: prepared for company FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT

for man and beast. Sawmills and tur. began; to make excuses about 1 hereby announce myself a .."dld..
th. office of Clerk. of the Circuit ..
pentinn farms using many draft animals the dinner. To encourage the good Bradford County, subject to the action
should arrange, before it is too lady, the bashful man stammered: voters at the eominir primary. June 8th. 1

late in the season, to grow the grain "Good enough!: Mrs. Smith; what there but predate feel that th* I duties am qualified of' this to important discharge: : TT

and forage they need, for if they can is of it!-I mean plenty of it, such a. Havin..erved th. public before, the vo', ,

s'' got any supplies from the outside at It is!-I mean very good, nice meell"how well able. to judge as to my fitness for
and If they choose to elect I
j'. .all it will b- only at prohibitive rates. flee me.
Alf about your Norwegian! Neigh faithful and efficient aervlce Your ."
+' town dwellers who can possibly ,
bor Brown ? How' he getting on? b rspretfully.uiicited. O. W,
'J do so, should make vise of the vacant
lots for growing; food, and each family Oh, they are pitching in, working; In making this. my announcement for
of the Circuit Court of Bradford ..
early and late and have made a good
p9 should have a flock of chickens. i respectfully solicit the support of th*
The war gardens the past two years i showing already. Come over some subject to the action I of the DemoeraMe :
,+ proved of immense benefit and they evening and hear him talk.. lie has mary election. Tf C. J /i I I I i

should he unturned this yar. There la been a member of"the legislature SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC

no month when something cannot bo Minnesota mid he ia going to tell us TION

grown here, >and the soil is so generous all about it some night. To 1 the take Democratic this method Voters of .announcing of Bradford ..

till a very small plot will suffice You folks got to go? Well, take candidate for relectlon to the office of
for a garden. intendent f>f Public Instruction of
Short in the great prlucnR'belt \ these prices along and pick out what County, subject to the rule of the ..
crops you want and we will all go to town primary on June Sth. If elected. 1 DO
of the
a country may be countedon and same ourteouB and palnataklng aervlce YOU INVEST
buy fit-out. .
as a chronic ailment for years to a dered In the past. _____ E. R.
come. Therefore it la good policy for Good night! Come over soon '
I take thl. method of announcing to the
--+ -r just Speculate
our farmers to plan for more produce He that 1 am a candidate for the
tion, and for those who are not farmers PINE IIILL I County Superintendent of Schoola of NJ'

to acquire plots of !ground of suit I County Primary, subject of June to nth the rules H nominated of the and ,: WHEN you buy a tire it is almost like buying! at

able size to cultivate as a ".11''" line." Pine Hill, April 30.-Mrs. Ada Kersey ed I promise a faithful dlscharg of the You have !
u and baby. Marie, of Gainesville, nfhis office. My experience in the ": :: r to lay out a substantial

TilE PAPER PROBLEM are visiting her for few Florida for twenty years will enable me to Sum of
a days. parents, a rare of your Interests H. P. s: a money.

w The Bradford County Telegraph, Pine 11111 was well represented at I hereby FOR announce TAX COLLECTOR myselr, a .. "''' The tire you buy has lo jiulifour expenditure by

published at StarUe say that the big the picnic and school closing) at Brook- the office of lax Collector of Bradford ;' i quality and fi 'r/ormann:
city dailies are using. up all the newsprint er l Friday. subject to the democratic primary to J>*
and advising the weekly newspapers Messrs. J, E. demon and G B. Col. June I, IDJO. 1 promise If elected to "I.. It must li&ck
office' my time and the people my ?g 14 pay your principal 1. with interest,
to cut down merely' from selfish son went to Earleton Beach Tuesday My tlm. a* an officer stands .. an open
rcRhcmH. Tho facts are that the average afternoon. for the Inspection of the people of this Lee Fabric Tires: do this.
r big dally Is holding down as tight Mr. and Mrs Russell Fan-inn of and I ask you all for your support R.f..1I1' .. ( 'eM;
submitted B. M. HOW LINO.I
\ as possible and have cut Dukes, were week-end of rela. 4 llecause
many away guests: they gh e ) ou lung, sure service Lee Falmo
completely from various features that tives and friend in our section. take this method of announcing. to ,

they wore formerly glad to carry. Few Chester Andreu, of New River wasa date liens for of the Bradford offle of County bat I am a Tires prove a good; investment-guaranICPd\ a first
county collector.
of them print much mlsocllany and guest of friends Sahrdayafternoon. Ject IB the will of the voter* at the mortgage on tire satisfaction. '
all refuse great' of advertis A. E. Surrrncy was attending to ilemneratto. primary election to be held

ing. business in Smoker Saturday after H ord, mo.aa deputy and respectfully tax collector refer the yon past to my : }' i 1 You'll) find certainly of tir ice in Lee Fabric Tire

Telegraph has not thought of, and noon.Mrs. My promise' to the people .>, this I If ;, -and l' always here
S r that is the fact that the larger dailiesuse C. W. Colson mid Miss Havana elect. me I will faithfully' discharge the ; i In to see that you get it. _

roll paper and for some reason or Cone were shopping; 'In Drooker Thurs of prompt the offlee courteous In the treatment best of to my all ability I wllI.

Hnohtr the manufactuiers appear to day afternoon.' ..-I... your ...... E. W. HAYfcS.I -n6.
be able to supply some of this in sections Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colson and T! ztU.. .;o4Atf. 3.e
r wish to say to the voters of Bradford e
where the flat paper does\ not. daught'rMildrrd, Miss Rosa Surren g
y that 1 am a candidate far the office of
seem to be furnished at. all. The cy and brother, !Mallie, end Rand Collector and I respectfully solicit| your lenvijl' Tread Girffin

N egraph) also looks with suspicion Crews attended services at the Free port at the coming; primary. June 11th.I V.. .MO Tt'I'1
the efforts of the big papers to : Will Baptist church at Brooler. I Respectfully.. _J. E. eurt-et fur, scent My Fla.

young men and women to learn J. E. demons) and 11
type operation 1 and other newspaper, tored over to Lake Duller Saturday Democratic voter of Bradford eounty : Q and shaped CUM I

work and sayst "With the small pa- afternoon.A. ., I am pnmilee a candidate if elected for the office of Tax altrrntt en loin aids of n'. ,
to discharge the u.a. I
]lens out of the field and a superfluity i I E. Surrency was attending to bus. the ogle to the best of my ability, alware an\din. trlus.Is mlnlrilsnl Awry uNd hnPl ski -o: ,.
'of printers and writers they have ness' in Itruokvr Saturday afternoon. Ice It all my personal, attentionI'RY au DM*, of the "Pine Trus" =- .

t things their own way." The Telegraph Messrs. C. W. Colson and W. F. O and iniuhl isiitar Lin. at t

editor may be joking, and we hope that Cone were in Lake Butler Sunday af FOR TAX ASSESSOR!: the tresd S..1U sf. Wick Is rubber tequila troy Us
he la. Little chance for there hl'inll'all ternoon. 1 am a candidate for re-election to the wawa "Marl ou.M,
over-supply of and Mr. and Mrs. Thad. Carter of County Assessor of Taxes .nd will LII
men women were visit appreciate the support of the voters. I. Tre
capable of working in modern print I ing relatives and friends In our section enniltut primary election.N..

shops-for the weekly newspaper in Saturday. and Sunday.. D.
,t the smallest) towns are .acquiring machines 'i -- ---.-.. -- '

ovary day, and tho supply of,9y NEW ZION 1 hereby ann auei.aRERIFFi I
operators Is reflection" to the ogle e f .... amNra : 'V'n
very limltf'd.-Tlml'-un-j aunty If re-elected I will aa in the ... ---- 'R
New Zion April :30.-Virgie Powellof \. ., .
4 ion.Perhaps spars no pains In the full dlschanr* .f ,
the Timus-Union is right South Florida spent the week-end! duties' .f the office and I earnestly ... , Smile -

j; but we till hang to our opinion. with friends and relative sunukrt Respectfully: of aha voter at the W.ensuing J. I' 1 ; : at Miles i,

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Mr. B. M. Shive will address a mass Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown were I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
meeting at Lake Butler Sunday at shopping in Brocket Thursday after \ ,
8:80: p. m., in the interest of the "Near noon. FOR l.OOU. Fred. Flume plant, Btark 100 per 100.4-80-:114 11.71per SHIP YOUR FRUITS AM) {VICE-

East Relief" and at Lawtey Sunday Frank Andrews of New River punned if
Bits of Localinformation 8 p. m., on the same subject. through here Friday to attend the WANTED-Honey. Send two-ounce TABLES IN SEASON ALSO EGGS

political speaking and picnic at Brook- sample to Jacksonville Cracker ..
BRANCH CONFERENCE er. Works, Jacksonville, Fla. 4-9-41''I Received on consignment. .t

There. will be a branch conference of Church J. Drown was attending: to business j Highest market return .
of Christ of Latter Day Malnta held at Oak trc Watermill section Friday. LOST-Probably near Gaiety Theatre
4 Grove church, light mile wet of lAke Butler Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Carter, of Jack small box containing jewelry. $10 Promptly made. Will buy t
Ca.r.M/ Omr ._.... M..4 and three mile. south of Lulu on Saturday sonville are visiting: relatives here. of <
reward for return entire
and con- outright if price
8undy My let and arel. Everybody In. are right.
II eVa .*. C**mr Me T_ vlted. Mo collection. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fowler attended tents. I). L. Rigby, Slarke. 4-23-21 i m

BRADFORD church at Hock Saturday. Haj"ward Randolph Com. Market k

.. Mr. Viola Thomas and children WANTED-Laborer* for track and phosphate
...... J- -"...r, spent Saturday and Sunday at G"a- work to BO to Mulberry. i'.y M to 17, time 40 E. Bay St. Jacksonville r
Bradford Mrs. Rachel
April and a half for overtime and, Hunriay. Cne '
J pay ash for egtn. 3. T Klckllur. It. of JacksonvEe: spent Sunday with) Prevatt left Saturday for her home in ham.Mrs. e* me on streets of Stark Saturday or Reference Atlantic Nat BankWOODr.
(their parent., Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ta- Graham. J. II. Brown and daughters, meet m* at depot, In Stoke at 11 .to? a. m..
C. A. Rowand.. of Jacksonville, wa In tum. I Rhode and Reba, were shopping; a1 Sunday W. A. Colter. It.....
Stark. Wadncaday. Watermill Sunday. I t1
--- line of Percales and Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews of New SALE-Between 600 and 1200
A Ginghams
L. H. Auntln of Jacksonville has been In new
River, attended the head of stork
Stark. during the week. 25e a yard at Stump's. picnic at Brooker cattle. Apply to R. J.
GAIETY )Friday. I Andrews, Dukes Fla. 4-2-61

Waltr Green, of Jaekon\llle, wa a vlaitor The Missionary Society of the Mcth-! Horace Stokes was attending: bus .
to Stark. Saturday. i odist church will meet next Thursday in New River Thursday. CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for

1 at 4 p. m., at the residence of Mrs. C THEATRETODAY Mrs. Mamie Hodges and lion, Evan: prices and ship your ties of all
..)It'n'* SulU, $35 to $50. Stump's. were shopping: in Brooker Saturday. Phone 13
L. Peek.
Among thiiae attending the party grades to Cress Manufacturing; Co., I Cooperand

D. C. William*, of Lulu, was s buainevbltor (Friday: ) given by Hiram Prescott were Mr. Jacksonville Florida. S-C-20-lyr
to Stark. Saturday.Dr. '. <' The ladies of the Methodist church : and Mm. Jack Goodie, Lonnie !Morgan Snellgrove for

will have a sale of cake, ice cream, of Urooker and Misses Bertie FOR SALE-At a bargain 20 acres
Jaikonvile. E. )L. Monday.Bigg waa a business viiltor to pies and sandwiches at" Williams Cafe and AKuh Thomas Clay county land east of Highland, wood. Prompt .1 -

-- ---- ;, at 2:30 to 5:80: p. m. Action! J. II. Brown and O. W. Thomas at )Fla. If interested write me for your I

A. H. Wlllianm, of Lake Butler had bu.lneee tended church at Rock Sunday. price. F. C. Boling-cr, Shelhyville \
In Stark Saturday.P. Mrs. L. A. Yates and two little sons, I !Mack )Kelly, of New River, was in 111. 4-K-6t." delivery, $1.50
of Tallahassee are visiting at the our suction Sunday afternoon.

Sunday. L in Ganklni.Stark E with>.., of nlativc Jacktonvlll. pent home of Mrs. Yates' parents, Dr. and .+_ ,ntm ml rvu STRAYED-Large black cow marked worth sold for 1.50.

_._ Mrs. A. II. Freeman Thrills! Kub-My-TiHin is a powerful .Antisep crop half crop in one oar and\ smooth I ;

W. D. C. Harrla. of Ft. Meade, baa been tics; it kills the poison caused from In. crop in other. Suitable reward for
In Stark. during the week vUitlng relative. i I Overalls, $1.50 to $3.75 at Stump's.Mrs. fected-Adv.cuts, cures old sores tetter' etc. information. G. C, Sapp, Starkl4.J68te \. Cooper & SnellgroveStarke ..r

Don't forget the big sale now"going Lottie Starke, of Gainesville, and a .million w
on at the Cash Department Store. I spent Monday here and attended Me1 ZIFH FOR SALF.-Registered pigs; four

'I morial Day exercises at the Methodist Ziff : Polahd China boars, 4 mute old; five Fla.
Florida syrup' In barnb. gallon and quart April 30.-Among those nUI1l'bel''d ,
and at Crosby Laughsin Duroc
Jersey and five boars
cemetery. sows
can. J. F. Kicklltcr. 4-80-iX I on the sick list last week ,
r i I IUr. Mrs R. B. Thomas Doris Ncwsom were, 4 to 0 mos. old; prices reasonable;

and Mr. O. C. Livingston of Tampa 1 The W. C. T. U. will hold its rt-gu- Alva Thomas, Willie )Forsyth. inspection invited. College of Ag {

wr gueta .of. Mlji Kate Llvlngnton Monday. I Jar meeting at the Methodist church I! Mrs. Nola Brown, of Mounteocha, rlculture, A. W. Leland, Farm Su-i
Men's. ---- Monday afternoon May 3rd at four 1 spent a few days last week with her perintendent.Gainesville, Fla. 2-C-tf''
Work Pants $2 to $3. Stump'sTak
o'clock. sister Mrs S. T. Prescott.

your car trouble to Freeman Register I Mack Sennelt'sNEWEST Mr. and Mrs J. B. Thomas attended FOR SALE-Milk cow, three-quarters I| .

at the Fireproof Garage. It. Col. and M... D. E. Knight ana eon motored) I .-the picnic at Brookcr )Friday. Jersey Three months heifer calfsired ', DAVISAgency I
over to take Butler Sunday and were *ue ta A peanut popping. was given at the
1 or frtrnda. by registered Jersey: bull. Bothof >
were aeoompanlvd home by
Mrs. Anna Murrhee attended the Mr*. Knight'. mother. M... J. A. Laniiford. COMEDY home of S. L. Prescott Tuesday night. them $r,0 cash, for quirk aalc. !|
Brooker I IChesley I who had the week After the peanuts were shelled
picnic at Friday. spent there with relative peanut Eat. 1886
candy was nerved. Those present were Roscoe McLane co[ Quigley Lumber : ,

Fogg, of Graham, was in Every day U bargain day. Stump's. "DOWN ON Mrs. Nola Brown, Mrs. J. B. Thomas Co. 4-2-tf. I
town Tuesday. and daughters, Rhoda, Lomie and Al- I INSURANCESTARKE
I Freeman Register has opened a repair shop THE FARM"Five va, Altha and Opal Lewis, Alta New REWARD will compensate anyone
f. S. Griner, of BrQPklyn, was a .t the I-reproof( Garage and ia prepared to som. Purvis Lewis and Ira Rubv. notifying me where I can locate all>' ,
a ive ant cloaa service to automobile
visitor Starke .. owner I R. B. Thomas was a visitor to Brooker range rattle with the following I '
to Monday. I He has had several F experience a. an au. ''
sensational} reel .
I tomnb'l' machlniftt and iruaranteo hi work I big Thursday morning mark and brand) Crop under slope :,
to be Ant else tin every particular. It Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shaw bit one ear, under oneI I
Florida Runner peanut and ehufa _d. :J. with an all star cast of and chil! upper crop .
F. KtokliUr. It. l lMm. dren of LaCrosse, spent the week-end half crop upper bit other, branded
1 There will be a total eclipse of the Sennett FavoriteaADMISSION here with their parents-Mr. and Mrs. with nose mark John 1'. Hall (Sreen
E. L. BI&... and aan, L*slle. :Jr., were J. B. Thomas Cove Springs 4302t. )
moon Sunday The
evening 2nd.
frueat of relative ID Lawtey during the _k. May 20 & :J 5 .
end. I moon will enter penumbra at 6:49: ; Willie Fowler of New River, L. R. -
the total eclipse begins at 8:15 and TOMORROW ( Gainey and wife, II. P. Gainey anti
Don't forget the sale at Williams' ends at 9:27; moon leaves penumbraat Saturday) mother, of Brooker Mr. and Mrs E. S. E. O. PAINTER FlillTIOZim COMPANY: Ji

Cafe Saturday. 11:63. "LIGHTNING BRYCE" Gaincy and children, of ).LaCrosse attended JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDCOMPLETE .
( church: at Rock Saturday and VKRTILIZRBMVBHTILIZBU

The drinking fountains on Call street Bargains every day at Stump'a.I Sunday. MATKHIAI. 1

near the court house are again in toms j Gladys Ncwsom. of Oraham, spent _PMATKBNINNiTCTICIf
mission. i[ Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis!! had as EIGHT the week-end here: with her (cousin >KN 1JJ
I(I their guests Sunday at their Kingsley Doris Newsom. POUI.TMT

Mr. and Mr. L. A. Reynolds, of Raleigh lake cottage the following party from Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling and Write.. !.... .. .
N. C.. the son < Prl. L4 t Mot Ik Ck>*aip*.l-..< rrl_.*...... !. Hmm with Qualltr ,,:
*r* guests *t horn of Mr E. F. Jacksonville. Mr. Arthur
and Earney Jr. of
John Phelps FAMOUS Hampton, spent Sun. '. ,
i I two sons Mr. Ostrom and son, Ralph day here with their sister Mra. T, I).
Job printing any kind neatly and and Phil Hansom Dyal. 7,!{

quickly done at the Telegraph office. I I IMr REMEDIESCOMBINED Rev and Mrs. J. II. Kelly and chile! I
!I SPRING IS HERE-and the boys dren: spent Sunday at the home of J'I GENERAL INSURANCE t

'will soon be but practicing for the B. Thomas
*. C. W. Chalker, .f Rockford III., arrived
Monday to spend some tim with her baseball games. Remember we carry J. E. Douglass of Guilford was I
parent Mr. and Mr*. A. M. Darby. a complete line of Baseball, Tennis IN THIS MEDICINE electioneering in our section last week I ;t

Miss Etta Tison and nephew, John I and General Sporting Goods. Quig I MADE CHARLESTON SURE"I MAN C66 cures--Malaria. Chills and Fever I STARKE FLORIDA l
ley Lumber & Supply Co.
Powell, spent Monday in Jacksonville Bilious Fever. Colds and LuUnppe. It ,
I I kills the parasite that causes the fever I
Mrs" E. J. Wainright left Thursday during A. M the Darby week on wa account called of to an New nccitlent Smyrna that have no hestitatfon In saying It Is a splendid laxative and gen- I' FIRE, LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILE rF

for an extended visit with relatives in hud h4-r.U>n bin *on. Charle.. who. I. attending \ that Pelpax: is the best of all medici eral tonic.-Adv. I
Tampa. school. th.r*. While at play some time afro nes I have ever taken. Pel pax_alone.. i
r nrlM. stork ,
'Vfral prickly thorn in
.. pear has given me genuine relief after I ,
I hi. kn. .. Rom. particle of the thorna were .-
Special prices on all our Silk Dress- ao deeply Imberirtpit. In the flesh that they were. had taken nearly all of the best known ,

eta. Come and see them. Stump's i an the time and hav. since caused I remedies without any good results." .

I This is the unqualified endorsement
Mr. Beck of Hastings is here with I I
Cards circulars, etc., for candidates!, of r lpax above all other medicines,
a drove of work stock to sell or trade.
printed on short orders at the Tele- as given by Mr. J. J. Passaurello 230 I
lie is camping near the ball park.
graph office.Mfwm King. Street, Charleston, S. C. About The
I Money Kept ";
Miss Eva Epperson has returned "I had been run down for quite awhile

home from Waldo where she has closed I.. .1. Wynn. J. T.and Quigley Carl Johns J. W. n Andnrwa....ehod. homo Br.. :," this well known man explained. -

a successful term of school. Monday with a fleet, of Overland ar, that "My appetite was poor and even
they drove through from Toledo Ohio. The the little 1 ate would not digest but
freight movement la ao uncertain at thin time House Hidden AwayIs !
and H.Tomlmson fermented and caused distressing or
Mr. Mrs. of Lake that this method of applying urgent alb fort
Butler spent Sunday at the home of he*** rare was adopted. Mr. And..... had bloating, suffocating and pain. I not

their daughter, Mrs. E. R. Poppell. by purchased Mr. Johna. the ear was he for drove his father.and the The one driven others only had pains in my stomach, but in ,_

were for customers who have longstanding; almost every part of my body."I .
Albert Dubose is now in Roadmas- nrdera thoroughly: In for enjoyed them.: the All trip members and ar of finthualaa-the party I had dizzy spells and waa nervous r

ter Bryan's office, as apprentice in the tic in their' tiralnca for the little Overland and fidgety, too. My liver was not

maintenance of :way department. I doing its work and my system was

Come and nee our new line of Ladies. not at all regular. I slept poorly and
Shoes for the entire family at a and Children's Hats. j Stump's.
restless even then.'I .
saving at Cash Department Store.

Cash Department Store. IT.The n. C.regular, is postponed business from meeting next of Wed.the'''! get my had system tried so toned many up medicines that I was to not always safe. I It is often found by

Horace Wilson of the University nesday to the Tuesday following onI' discouraged but a man with a family others and the suffers loss.
spent the week-end with his parents, account of the absence of several ,, as I have must keep plugging awayat owner a complete AI
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilson. members who will be delegates to the his best clip.
State T7. D. C. Convention in Gaines I "1 don't think I would have tried

Automobile top and cunhton and automobilepaintingdot's ville. Therefore the meeting will be II l I'clpax except that the Nature remedies '

old ear look new.line.. M.Let Levlton m* make at Fireproof your on Tuesday May llth. at 4 o'clock at in it were published, and I know Then there are other risks. A careless or
the home of Mrs. E. L. Brownlee and
Garage 4-80-tf. the good curative properties of each
Mrs J. M. Brownlee. so when I got a bottle of Pelpax the thoughless act may destroy the savings.
Lonnl. Forsyth a bright boy about 12 yean
old. riving near the depot, lipped. on a banana METHODIST results .were what everyone else told I
arm.Intel on the sidewalk Saturday and .broke his I about. .

Sunday school 9:45: a. m. "1 eat heartily now, and my food is
A new line of Ladies Bathing Suits, There will be a union service of all digested. I sleep well and wake up Money deposited with the Bank of Starkeis

Shoes and Caps just arrived. Stump's. the churches at 11 a. m. Mr. B. M.-l fresh instead of heavy and loggy as I
Shive will be the speaker in behalf of
the "Near East Relief." Come and used to do. The dizzy spells have fully protected by first-class mechanical "
Henry Davis colored who live on the Green, \
Cove road a abort dinunce eat of Stork, had i hear the address and do your part for passed away, my system has I
the misfortune Friday to have hi* dwellingand the Armenians. been regulated. All my organs are equipment and burglar insurance, and again i

content destroyed by flre. i, Epworth League, 7:15: p. m. I doing their work naturally and of
Preaching and communion service course I feel like a new man. From by careful I
Misses Frankie and Olga Priester,' experienced, management.Your .
1 feel who
of "p. m.Pray'r my experience sure people
Lake ,Butler, spent Saturday with .
Miss Iris meeting Wednesday 8 p. m. take Peplax will not be disappointodV"
Epperson. Will preach at Lawtey Fri.Jnv. 30th.' The eight Nature remedies In Pel-

Misses Viney and Laura Lewis who 8 p. m. J. C. DIGGS, pax, of which Mr. Passaurello felt sn
Pastor. in this Bank is safe and always '
have been stopping for several weeks sure are the following: money ; ;

with Mrs. J. M. Murrhee, will returnto 1 PICNIC T ii I IJ i--itif; : n rot '" p of nil tonics' i for I
their home at Brooker today. GRAHAM indigestion Tuniper berries for pin l I- ready for you when you want j it.
J fiction of {kidneys and bladder; dand-
The Woodmen of the World will
Messrs. Rufus and Clifford Tatum, elion root best known of all liver ton. I
Graham !
give a picnic at on Saturday,
ics Sarsaparilla root most famous of
; ,
Mav 15th. I II Ii ,
i The people of Graham as well as the all blood tonics.
i INFLUENZA W. O. W., extends! a hearty invitation'I! Then there is Chinese Rhubarb root I

, to the public neighboring Sovereigns | for invigoration of the Intestines;

starts with Cold 1 and county and state candidates. i II i il Spanish )licorice root, to remove foreign I

l Amusements will be furnished and mucus that may he -togging the

Kill th. Cold. At the finnudy :, free dinner served on the grounds. | digestive organs: ; Mandrake, the old

, an_. ".Jr.. Come and bring well) filled baskets j nerve remedy, and Jamaica ginp-er I j I

Yl ILL.S I RO.S.; roots, the special old stomachic to ANK OF STARKE
I AROt'T AND BRIDGES warm up the stomach stimulate the ;

( Gdtor Telegraphn- ;; !;-of the eltlaen of flow 6f the vital digestive juices and
CASCARA QUININ eommlwloner dl.trlet No. t seem to have over. nourish the stomach blood supply.
looked the. fact that the county umntlMloner. ,
I have been relieved, of all reiponalhlllty In .onneetlon I Sold at: II I
I, with. the public road. and they eon- Large enough to lake care of your every banking need and not loo
J! lodge uh ompllnt M they may ,
8lfOMID'ta..elat4 tines to
eold for 'I T..rin i'lone have with the me.ommlMlonem I wish. to remind have all had such nothing Mitchell's Drug Store, : large to fully appreciate! your patronage

to do with the rode since tat November" when" I
tablet form-at., curs BO
I Starke Florida
cold In 24 the law creating Hpejelal' lined and Bridge. Viaotract "' I
ep'N.b) boor nllevn up grip a in OJTfe. No. 1 went. ..Into. of effect.boned All mad matter tn .* I! E. S.MATTHEWS. I'res. CEO. WHITE Cashier \
Money beck U it fail I Th. are now In the n nrt a | Raiford S. W. Smith
V.011 1 .. mln. boa h** a For! tee* compact of Mer J. W. Townsend. Se- ,
.. Hdl'atun boon Duke and J. iBlaekwalder. Matter
t top .with. M .""" !! ", and brldra aheuld b. taken j. .
.with. them. Vw Lawtey 6. W. Roberts
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FRIDAY APRIL ao, 1920.

rAhr.. a nu

conclusion! that the number who will IN OUR FLORIDABy
seek the $1.25 a day bonus for the
Iti .4' SONORA IN REBELLION 1 term of their service will not exceed William Lee PophamThe

; 3,000,000. sky is ever bluest
Washington-Reports from Mexico 1 Their average term of service be And friendship is the truest
today official and unofficial emphasized 'ten months, thus making the average And enemies the fewestIn
I :' the growing! strength of the re Florida. ,
J bonus $375 a man.
: volutionary movement led by the state
; The bonuses will be paid quarterly
; of Sonora. Private advices said the
j '!for a period of one year. Business maids are a.
':' states of Hidalgo and Tlaxacala, supported mensubject to the tax will be requiredto Improve with age like brandy,
I ( by their legislatures and Hate the sales tax quarterly. It is And "Spatk" on the verandaIn -
s troops, had joined the secession move. ;t contended pay that the tax will be easily Florida.

I ,,, rnent. i the and the
collected and taxpayer
Other dispatches told of scattering consumer will not be subjected to Grass widows are the tamest,
i/ but strong additions" to the revolution- |I The business man it Is Bachelors the lamest
r'' 1st. General Adolfo Gomez wan said annoyances.pointed out will add the tax to his And tarpons the gamest

'j' to have occupied Tuxpan with 3,000 price and make returns quatC'rly.I'LAN In Florida.
: wen and to be threatening

;>' the vital center of Mexico' oil region.: :j NATIONW IDE: CLUB Lover are the thickest,
.. ; The Mexican embassy issued a formal |I Ij Grass widowers the slickest
statement the revolution\ And they marry the quickest
j>, N. anly a local movement. ''>; New "'"r"'" Overall Parade has In Florida.

J New dispatches repeating the state- I Thousands In Line Saturday
ment ofCarranza official and recount. ''I Whiskey i I. the strongest

inn/ report, made to American army I New York, April 24.-Amalgamation -! But water last the longest
southern district headquarters by the | of the overalls clubs of the country In Florida.
irr&Mliponce service held an overshadowiVtg Into a natlonaT: organization to ,
:'interest today in the mind of force down prices will be atemptod by "Near beer" I. the nearest ry
of official of the state of Sonora which ".. ijljp r
a the promoters of NOW York's .1. And the price is dearest / >
recently withdrew allegiance to the do' parade today it was declared I In Florida. "

Carranza government. 1 by Walter J. Kingsley/: of the Cheese
Additional conre.-ntrallon.lf federal I Club, one of the sponsors of the move- The sucker's getting wiser .q aCy'? i
and state troops for the expected: i ment. To the profiteer and miser
but nothing was And dams'em with the kaleer-
were reported I Following the procession up Broad1 '
clashes o'n of actual encounter. i I 1 woy of advocates of old clothe., blue In Florida. ffj'V

", ,general Ignncio 1'C' qulroa. appointed I| denims and ginghams/: which was
by President Carranza to ucced I cheered by thousands along the line Bald heads are the bal'est,
' Adolfo de la Huerta an governor ofSonora of march, Kinsley stated that the next And lean men the tallest
t reported his arrival at i In Florida. mr, j tv
upon step in the Campaign: will he the formation ,
Laredo Texan en route to>> Mosaics
of a national army to wage ef
Ariz. that the whole state of Mleh- I festive war on high clothing prices by i We have our reckless.( chauffeurs,

oacan had gone over to the rebel, refusing: to buy until quotations drop Our goodly share of loafers,
i Governor Rohelo joining the movement I within reasonable limits." I And also lots of gophersIn
I '' with all federal troops in his Florida.
"The Cheese Club," he said "is willing I
command. his statement confirmed I' to undertake the amalgamationof
-,, Mexico City report of taut Sunday 1 the overalls clubs of the country Loan shark have a habit I
The American armym ioUlligencereport into national organization to agreeon :, To chase a dime and grab it,
1 wa to the
f Col. Alvaro Obregon, candidate"' for pay for hats, shoes suits dresses, | In Florida HE'S THE OLD RELIABLE

president of Mexico, and recently reported underwear, socks, stockings and such
x under detention at t.h? capital, I1t''esBltlaand/ to pledge; its member, The cost of living's higher,

was In active command of revolnntion- ship to refusal to buy 'until wearing "Wet For the goods" getting dryer' old "Bull". He's the best there
thirsty buyer-
In ichoacan. GRAND
ary. troop ( be bought within the max-
r. apparel fan Florida.,
The name report said the 77th Mexican imum price. I In .. I sold over 300,000,000 bags last

federal cavalry had left Ojinuga, "Old clothes must be worn until
reinforce Juarez If you want a fight begin it, year.
I Chihuahua to the : those maximum prices arrive. Buy 1

garrison and concentrated that 8,200 Carranzat at: Canas no new hat until you can get a good Jack You'I1"'get Dempsey it" in isn't a minute in iti .-, You know genuine "Bull" Durham-, ,
x troop were one-for $5 for example. Generally '
Grande, Chihuahua, preparing: to promote thrift and fight against high i i In Florida. never an enemy; millions of friends. I
march against !Sonora\ through Pulpitos -
prices should develop battering ram
*. ,
The mosquito's bill is keenest
Pass '" Genuine "Bull" Durham tobacco -
: force. And land hark are the meanestIn you !
It.. ;, Sonora official were without report Coincident with the overalls parade
a Florida. can roll 50 cigarettes: from bag.
'I' from their own source regarding!: theCarranza 'here today came announcement by t
r" claim that General Angel the National Garment Retailers' Association
Maiden are the sweetest, That's some inducement, nowadays. '
1 Sonora that 10,000 qucstionarios
'I Fyloirs, commanding troop Sailboats are the fleetest,
,: operating in Sinaloa, has been fur- had been dispatched to stores throughout And bungalow the neatestIn -
':, rounded in Culivavan. capital of Sinat the United States to learn merchants Florida. GENUINE '
.t; \ loa, which he captured recently.! opinion on just what const) \\i 1

'\, ;. Americans, reaching the border from tute"necessary" and "luxury" apparel Red-bug have a relish
-; .. lower Sinaloa aaid retreating Carran- within the meaning of the Lever And a bite that's hellish .
::' za troops were restroying bridge and anti-profiteering law. Men's women In Florida.
If.1 otherwise impeding the progres of and children's clothing in all materialsand BULL C'DuRHAM
at all prices were the subject of
General Flores. The Sonora leader Sand; flies are despiteful
drew encouragement from unconfirmed the inquiry it was added. Their appetite ia frightful:
,tw,c report from El Paso that a rising John II. Hahn executive secretary But bite are not delightfulIn -
.,: ': of 4, 000 Carranza: troop in the state for the association declared that one Florida.
I; # of Chihuahua wo imminent. result of the inquiry will be to "clearup
the whole situation" and bring Blue lakes are the dearest TOBACCOTo

"M M'BONUS TO RE $1.25 a DAY prompt mutual understanding between Home-heart are the dearest
the government and clothing And heaven is the nearest

,, Payment Plan Finally Agreed Upon manufacturer. and merchant In Florida.
l Thousand of New Yorkers protested
by house Committee"
; against the high price of clothes Wild cats are the wildest
4I by marching In overalls by the hundred -
And winters are the mildest
More than 3,000,000 former service .
.. The march Broadway was
tnt-n in the United States will receive thoroughly enjoyed up by thousands In Florida. Pr ., To pipe smokers :
bonuses of $1.2fi a day under the term Mix little "BULL"DURHAM
froth the sidewalks. The
of the soldier bonus bill which nail I Sunshine l is the brightest 1 a' "
parade turned out to be in part a demonstration Merry hearts are the lightest ;' t Jw with
been agreed by the House Ways
upon "
: against prohibiton.While And moonbeams are whitest iJ + r your favorite to*
and Means Subcommittee appointed 1" i
white elephants in denim and l ,' t ' ,
In Florida. t hacco. It's like
to draw up such a plan. I sugar
chorus girls/: in automobiles were also
!' In addition to the cash bonu., the in the parade, the "hoi pnlloi" in Business is the hummest Y in your coffee.
committee still la considering other |
patched trousers and plain overall
+ up
Rum-shops are the most
forms, such a* the payment of $1.75 a'' were in the majority. And politics the bummestIn.-,

vocational Members of the Cheese Club, in Florida. I I i ; '
overalls und calico>> introduced New l l 1 Ir'uys
or ill httalth. Beside proponing adjusted '' York to ' and dis ?
I'oinsettas the reddest
are ,
compensation' at the rule of $1.- appnintcd.
Small towns the d..atlcHt-
4 25 for service men and women, the Long before the hour set for the are In Florida.
''t4 L legislation will include alternate offers parade to move, steady streams of
of 1 land lI<
ti ing aid and extension of vocational the starting point oat Columbus Oranges/: are the goldest ) c-e.

training. circle( clad in any old thing-and the And l people live theoldestIn -
It is estimated that the of the bonus will reach $2,000,000,000To () position for the march in columns of

To raise this money, a general salon four. Sea-bathing here is funny
tax of one half of one per cunt will Every: class was represented. The The beach, is fine and sunny would have until May 12th for the
be imposed upon all business men who Well-to-do men marched shoulder And it's worth your money payment of poll taxes. The final date
do an annual business of $2I>00 or to shoulder with the "white!' collar In Florida. for payment is Saturday May 8th. I I
more a year boy" of static salary envelope., High Persons who fail to pay by that date *

hlq The bonus bill will be reported to !I school boys and girl\ municipal em.phoycs Sand roads are the softest. will not be qualified to vote in the
the lloutiu in a few days, it is said, so , hundreds. of citizens and a And are cussed the of test- June primary. Attend to the matterat r
V that it can be debated, passed and :: Chinese/ delegation from Mott street In Florida. once. C. A. KNIGHT
Kent to the Senate for action before had places in the line, not to mention 4-23-3t. Supvr Registration.SEED .
adjournment or ruvott of Congressfor I scores of theatrical Tiara of both sexes Evergreens; are the greenest, et ''
'r, the convention in IIIlId various degrees of brilliancy Kcucn-snnd is the cleanest
big political '
)4'4.I+4+..111+++++s. ,
goats chickens brass bands and vaudeville And
, June. I "Yankees" are the leanest
ti 1 The bonuses proposed In the bill are !I comedians were out to contribute In Florida. t
r 1 l' limited to those who served more than a little "jazz"' to the occasion. The i ilUt
I \I, fig! days. Regular army enlisted men, power behind the overalls and patchesmovement The tourist feels the proudestAnd
a .if commissioned officers and others who was strikingly emphasized praises us the loudest 1 ,
, ', ,': had special financial advantages durIng along the line of march by signs/: in In Florida. adapted to Florida Cli-
'.!' "" their term of service are elimated clothing store windows, inviting: the mate and soil. Prompt ship-
"e from the provisions of the bill. While reader to come In and buy at prices $5 \Vhl'n1' die and go to heaven, ment from big stock. Send {
( approximately 4,800,000 men were in to $10 lower thun charged last week: We'll stay there 'till eleven for 1920 catalogue and weeV-

the American service abroad or under ) posters that contained among other And back we come at seven- Iv price list.
the colors when the armistice wall i 1 phrases "Why wear overalls?" i In Florida. Oldest established' seed houseIn I
And Price are Falling. slat. i
signed 1. about 1,800,000)( will not obtain
bonus payment because of the limit- I More than a dozen large!: store haveadvertl..d > And when we see St. Peter,
attans imposed by the bill. j price reduction in the papers We'll show him a Mosquito E. A Martin Seed Co. !
War department officials estimate i I and A. W. Reilly, head of the de. From Florida. JACKSONVILLE FLA. Every Piece in 1/fflpma1!! Samplei

' that fully 850,000 men served less partment of justices "flying squad i ...-
than six months The Regular army ron." which )has been doing missionary We'll take him"Florida flowers I 1'1'r4 iin tllMi'M4ii' | f
enlisted men And all officers numbered work among dealers here, predicts the Describe our sunny hours is a First ChoiceIN

about 400,0)>0. Service men who, number will increase repidly. And he'll I leave his heavenly dower. ENDORSES SALVATION ARMY

while under colors, worked in shipyards Although Fifth avenue. was barredto For Florida. the Sampler are none of those kinds
in the forest. cerise other paraders because of n protest from Ga. that
or employment Atlanta April 80.-Governor their bSc
where they received 1 more merchants! who said the parade would Often joyful seldom sad; Much M. Domey of Georgia in a letter and arebehoeen way to the bottom of the :
than the army pay will be <<, I interfere with business, the word was Taking all good with the badI addressed to Miss Evangeline C. Booth last. The assortment in the Sampler
as will those who received pay from!, missed to mnrchom to wander down can say that I am glad- commander of the Salvation Army in ill the result of a most unusual Process of selection.

t IA their former employera.F j, Fifth avenue singly or In pairs carrying To live In Florida. the United States heartily endorse Every piece is a proved favorite,for we pack in the
Another provision require all those I the protest in where highpricedclothes the work of the Salvation Army and Sampler sweets selected from .
who wish the bonus to apply and take i are made and sold. A rnss its second home service fund 1 appeal our ten best-liked
I meeting also held after the Greeks Mad Us of Tin. since ,g41 When
- oHth as to conditions which make wai pa- which is scheduled for !May 10 to 20. you give the i
t', i them eligible to the bonus award. As { rude and a foundation for a permanent The Greek In the! Homeric time Governor Dorsey is interested in Sampler you know that it will be enjoyed from the

f" many former service men are opposedto organization was to be laid. were familiar with the metal tin. Cop the work of the Salvation Army and first piece to the last.
the bonus and others do not need it, >l per tin and gold were used liy Ileptmestus its forthcoming appeal for funds with The 5A1.cPUJI. J
the subcommittee has come to the In welding the famous shieldof which to carry on its work among the and othe packages" Whitman Chocolates, always; .,.
' I Could Depend en Her, Anyway. Adl II,-". Tvr uty layers <>f tin were poor and needy to the extent that he arid guaranteed, at
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured "I* she reltatiler' "Absolutely. Ton In tie cuirass",,, of AsutiHMmii/ : No al- has accepted appointment as department .

i .t by local applications a. Iho y cannot reach 10 depend, I'T ""),,'r being< Just IiiMloii to tin l Is found la U..- "Ody chairman for North Georgia.The Scott Drug
e the dlea portion of th. ear Th.r. !. ahmtii'' iv i. t -1...,, acv governor has issued an appeal to Company'Starke ,
only on. "*y to cur C.l.rrh.l DmfntM. all social and civic organizations and
and by ronstltui tonal ntnedy. F/a.
'...LCtA : alI LICINW eU "Found Seven Hut Dead In Kin NextMorning" POLL TAX PAYMENTS secret order to lend their active sup ,
through the Blood on the Mucou Burfcce I I port to the Salvation Army in the
of till Byitem. CuturrhBl PeafnvM I* campaign to raise funds needed for -
cau..d 'by aD Inflamed cundltlim of the Through confusion of dates it
a was
Robert \VoodrlflIay : "My premises the of its various
i mueous. llnlnr of the Eustachian Tub announced time support institutions. tale Its various institution.
Whn this. tub Is Inflamed you hav a were infested with rats. I tried some ago that persons Governor Dorsey' letter to Miss attention of the the
public kind
rumbling sound or Impvrftrt hoarlnn, and RAT-SNAP friend' recommendation. Booth follows: "After listening to able ,vice
your 1111.'
th on the Salvation has
when It I* entirely clo.' d. Ptnfitcat la dress in army been rendering -
rut. Unlaa the Inflammation can b* r.- Next morning found seven dead Habitual Constipation Cared "It affords me pleasure both as a person I feel SUrf! tio right r to mankind for nearly half a
'Ii', duc.d and this tub restored b to dmtroycdforever. Its normal rat in bin. two near feed box, threeIn ia 14 to :21 Day I citizen and as governor\ of the state of thinking evenally familiar century. And! now a* you expressed
hearing with
condition mar the
-LA.X-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is Georgia: to appreciation of work the Salvation
a specially. express my Army
Many eases of D anw era stall. Found large number since. l is it. since the
t. caused by Catarrh which la an inflamed RAT-SNAP prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual' the great work your organization is doing for the widows and orJ1hanA. oaivation Army has at
No smell from dead rats
I condition' of the Miicou Surfaces.: I I I Con tipatlon. It relieve promptly' but doing for the betterment of humanitynot the erring\ the sick' and the afflicted last become popular, let me expressthe
ONE Ht'NDRKD I1OLIJM8 for any dries them up. 'Best thing have ever should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day only In the United State but can do less than bid you God-speed in hope that this Increase
n.afness that cannot i ibo populartiy.may -
of Catarrhal
ea.* eured by HALL'S CATARRH used." Three lees, 25c. 60c. $1. Sold to Induce regular action. It Stimulates andRelUlatea. I' throughout the world, and to add my the accomplishment of all your hope. in
IDDICINFI. tAll and guaranteed by D. C. Jones and J, Very Pleasant to Take. SOt indorsement to the Salvation Army' and aims. proportion as the real worthof
Urucvlata We. Circulars fr*. i bottle. your organization to be-
I M. Mitchell. per appeal for funds with which to main- "The society
F. J. Ctiney Co.. Toledo-Obla., war brought forcibly to the! comes more fully known.

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Oldsmar lg claiming to have the year, as the demand--from other sections and Tires for the Smaller Cars i -

largest acreage of grapes in the state will take up the product of the HEnormous ca r
the vineyards at the place covering factory to the limit of the supply of
thirty acres and the prospects being material now obtainable.Two -
fine for the Carmen Grape companyto
IJ IJhave
have a harvest of good fruit in a of the biggest timber deals of II II
few )tear.. the year have been consummated, ac-
cording to announcement, Charles H. rcsoiuccs and scrupulous e' !
During a terrific wind and rainstorm Blown and J. P. Fox having purchasedmore
Friday night Mrs J. E. Reynolds than 10,000 acres in a tract in produced in Goodyear Tires for the 'i'f'
proprietress of an inn on the north Polk county, about eighteen i
beach, was, blown, with her automo- miles north of Lakeland, and the Dow- o" c smaller cars a high relative value not exceeded '{'

bile, off the causeway into Biscayne ling Lumber Company of Odessa con- .
in the famous Cords the
Bay. She climbed on -top of the car, cluding a deal whereby it buy s the v even Goodyear on i S
from which she was rescued a few timber on a tract of 86,000 acres in 1 world's automobiles. ;
minutes later. the sale vicintiy. part of the latter < highest-priced : ;
{ tract runing into Sumter county. The C

i Mr. R. P. Hansen, of Klssimmee, two approximately deals involved 1000000.a consideration of a In addition to its larger sizes, Goodyear
I had out a ten acre field on his place

( opposite the city on the east chore of Four tubercular cows, found on a \ \ manufactures an average of 20,000 small car .
Lake Tohopekaliga. When dug the
dairy in the western part of E cambia \
' spuds measured up on an average; of county, were ordered slaughteredwhen ; tires a day in the world's largest tire factory
barrels and
seventy graded
nearly 95 per cent peracre number I'.. Even were pronounced evidences of by tubercular Dr. Barnes affection, state iPi devoted solely to the 30x3., 30x3/-, and ..

1 the culls he sold for $6 per barrel. veterinarian, who has been going over 31 4-inch sizes. ( I i

the Escambia county dairies with a .
The Winchester Repeating Arms fine tooth comb, as one of the experts i -I":'
Company of New Haven, Conn., J. E. interested described it, and with the w' .
Otterson, president, has secured a exception of the incident above referred Last year more cars using these sizes werefactoryequipped ,

twenty-year lease on the Livingston to, no unhealthy stock has been with fl
Tires than
building; on Forsyth street Jacksonville found. Goodyear .
the lease from January f! of"
with other kind. ''I
1, 1920 Saturday, according information secured Capt. B. J. Pacetti, department of J Ill? any ..(
representative who, among
other duties, looks after the protection I Their extreme worth is available for
A tornado which struck the town of birds which are sought for their I your ;,
of Goulds, thirty miles south of MI- Ford Chevrolet Dort Maxwell
plumes yesterday shipped to Wash other '
at ten
ami. Friday p. m., destroyed ington $17,000 worth of
houses and did much damage to grovesof seized recently at Fort Myers egret and plumes Kis- II car using one of these sizes, at the nearest ".
avocado, orange and mango trees.
simmee. !
No lives were lost. Goulds was visited brave, will Willy be tried Willy in federal, a Seminole court at J Goodyear Service Station. Go there for these ." .

by a severe tornado last Septemberand Miami soon, and Lake Wilson, Tiger
the destruction to property was and Ben Frank Tomm. two other In. tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. ;rT' ,,,
seriuos. The marks of last year'B'visitation dians, are elso being held in connec- / I ,
are still to be seen. ion with the case. .i ,
Fort Meade had a real mad dog A splendid record was made Satur- !
scare Thursday afternoon. A stray day at the municipal terminals on Tal
dog came into town from somewhereand leyrand avenue when there was discharged -
proceeded to run amuck, biting by the British steamer Mid-
several other dogs and three of Fort dleham Castle 1,115 tons of kamitt. :

Meade's schoolchildren. All these This steamer brought to Jacksonville .
children have been given the Pasteur direct from ,
Hamburg 6,300 tons of ., l
treatment and no serious results are kainite which isbeing discharged by I

expected to follow. McGtffin and Company, who are agent ".. .y!
for the steamer while the cargo is represented .
Eight freight; cars laden with general ; by the Southern Shipping I
merchandise for Northern markets, Company. The municipal terminalsare 3O K JVi Goodyear Double.Cure Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube are built to protect "..In... (
including three carloads of sugar; val. in charge of J. A. Banks, who is Fabric AU.Weather Tread.,. $2350 Why endanger a ynoA caning with a cheap tube"I GooJyearHeavy ,'I l l30:3ya

ued at $200,000, were completely demolished making a splendid; record. A Tourist Tubes cant little more than tube of SO f
at Grand Crossing near Jack- Goodyear Single-Cure < $4
*21 Ire "crlt. 30 x 3'/ alio ill waterproof 6af.._,
sonville, when a Southern freight That thirteen-automobiles reported Fabric, And-Sid Tread.___

train and a switch engine/ operated by by Tampa owners as stolen here
the interchange freight yards at
during the past year have been recovered -
Grand Crossing lame together. at Blakely, Ga.. by the policeof .

that city, is the information received 'ft.
Swamp cabbage, or the bud of the from Blakely authorities today by
palmetto palm, is aluxury that few the Tampa police department. In T t.
Know is alwaysat I hand. Last week giving out this statement the local authorities 1
there was a small quantity in the added that all thirteen cars 1 I'
Plant City market' at two for 25 cents. were found in possession of one m nand "
This small consignment found ready are said to have been purchasedby
purchasers and, with a proper education him from a resident of Tampa. Ar- 4
of the people to the food value of rests are expected.
this cabbage it would be in general I !

demand. :Monday morning Deputy: SheriffC.

S. Dishong and City Marshal I). E.
A cattle dipping vat, the second
Gillett of
arrested Mrs.
within a week in Duval county, was I I Pennies Whiddon, about miles ,
seven - -
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dynamited last night by what author- ]
east of Buchanan for
ities believe were' cattlemen who I key. She making in the of AGAINST TENSIONS Egypt. For a year piiHt they have livI I HINT TAPER IINHEK. EIGHT "UaU PUll I'p All Other 1'mxt For
was caught act
strenuously opposed dipping their cat- making the liquor, having\ about two ed'L'ry meagrely on their women's CENTS WILL liE DITTY FREE: : One Meal of KatHnnp"Their
tle every four days, as was prescribedby earnings: but now there's plenty. The
gallons of whiskey which she was! run To Save Government From Politician
law. The vat was in what is knownas colored man probably has a berry
the Yellow river section, and was ning through the still for the second and. its Ex-Soldicrs '; but even if not, he Is cure to Washington: April 17.-Final ac- first meal of RAT-SNAP is
time and a barrel of "buck" nearby have lon was taken by today on
dynamited once before. a house full of "chilluns," whom } roiigicH their IBH! Kills In few minutes. Driesup
j for another The
still 1
run. was a mile While eginlation designed; to relieve print
he hires out to pick berries.
Another.big lumber deal was closedup from her home and located in a bay. I have but one government, and 44 this income lasts he lives elf the fat taper consumers, the senate passing the carcass. UaU killed with RAT-
the past few days and as result' head. She was taken to Arcadia' and years ago I swore before AlmightyGod of the land. No more meat wraps for the house bill making print paper un- SNAP comes In rake form. Break into

Major John A. Graham has taken plead guilty; and was fined $300 and to defend it; so has every voter him, but steaks and roasts, uml plenty (ler eight: cents, free of duty for two small pieces, leave where rats lift vol.
over the plant and business of the 1 cost or to serve nine months in Jail. in the United States of America. 11 I of it. Chicken, hm favorite tid-bit, No mixing with other\ food. Cats or
Manatee Lumber Company, at Mana- Mrs Whidden is a widow and has several have seen politicians inkinto ofllce i must be had, no matter what the cost, rears. dogs\ won't touch It, Safest, cleanest,
tee. This company has been doing a I children, the youngest being during the last 40 years, on promises, and cakes and candy, and mayhap a ? surest rut und mice killer. 3 sizes, 26c.

big business for years, but under the about four years old. to rob the government, to pay certain little moonshine. "DIAMOND DYE" OLD COc, $t. Sold and guaranteed by D. C.
new will be still further citizens, over again, every year for It is planned to increasethe As a proof that Suwanneo county work they had done in time past. Work The strawberry festival Is enjoyed GARMENTS LIKE NEW Jones mid I J, M. Mitchell.-Adv.CCAICO ,
by the merchants as well as the
capacity to be at least a million I farmers have forgotten king cotton, that was finished, and some of It' jcrnw-
month. County Agent I). A. Armstrong pointsout never done; for at the time. ers, and "fly-by-night" men come Any woman can dye faded, shabby
feet a I, the following forceful facts: There It requires an effort to write it, but I here to share In the prosperity, which ..wearing apparel whether wool, silk, cotton .
the nil makes Starke a lively town. Yet linen or mixed gads to any eolnr, ,
has been from this am opposed to pensions from
shipped county
Mrs. Elsey Hancock and her babe of the business is small compared dime-
during the lust six: months. $426,389 Revolutionary War, wn to tho last strawberry jimt like new, by following; almplH
a few months died in a Lakeland hospital with what it could bo, and we tlona In each package of "Jllaiuun German bullet from Bradford
burns which they worth of hogs, paid to the farmers at I ; county
from severe should all pull together to bring mare 00010
the shipping point. This is only one i clear through our National .Govern- I
received when Mrs. Hancock, holding ,, - -
berry growers to this section ., yrKUrrprqu
the Poultry ment. The whole system is .
the babe in her arms, poured kerosene :| source of farmers' revenue. wrong I
oil hot embers in cook stove in and eggs\ have become important and tends to county, state and nation. 't
which on she preparing a a fire to i! items, there having been paid to the I|al robbery. It's class legislation, and UTTElt: FROM: MAXWELL DUOKK f
was :
cook The oil exploded and net::I farmers the neat sum of $80,020: for I. every politician knows it, but Is sucha TINS ONLY
I fire to supper.the of the woman these items of ferm produce in coward he is afraid to say it; lest 7 ho Direct Advertising Corporation AT YOUR GROCERS
and her baby.Daffeney garments. this county the last your. The surplus I he should not get; it, himself) or be do- of I Indianapolis, has as vice presldi-nt( Reasons -
;I i 1. corn from this. county brought the I feated': by it A county and state. and Maxwell Droke, a former Starke
colored I farmers $91,171. ''I I national poor farm might do, but any ;young mnn, whose many friends und MAXWELL I HOUSE!
Watson, 20-year-old( 11A thing beyond this is a fraud.! I have ;acquaintances here will he glad to Why you should use
I woman of Sout h Pearl street, I three foot rattlesnake was an unwelcome I n son who volunteered and went overand 1 know of his well deserved success.L. Cardul the woman's COFFEE \
South Gainesville, is dead as the result caller Thursday night at the I j helped to tie up the German. Since G. Wright, munaginir: editor of tonic, \for your troubles,
of a shot fired Thursday afternoon I his return ho went at his 1'iintci Ink of Mr Droke- have been shown In
to school
7- 'i home of Mm. M. L. Ilurdiman, 1727:! .1 says : of
( behevedly by Willie White. and Is at work. If written Maxwell Druko thousands letters from
Wamboldt street, Jacksonville Mrs. !H own expense, now "Anything by .
i ,
of this medicine --
\ 'year-old negro boy, who disappeared he should walk the streets and whine and actual users 1
Hardiman was startled by the screams 1 Is cure to bn Interesting;, chatty
the accident and ]1,1 1,1of who speak from
I her three small children, whose 'at every body, that the government! nHilile. Drake is one! of those rare ItIhe
* who had not been found. It is be. I 'should make him a public charge, the human beings' who ran lake an ordi. personal experience.
' ages lange from one to four years, an results obtained by ift off Corns!
'I 1 lievcd that the shot was fired ac- ,
they emerged poll moll from the living: ]I balance I of his life for doing such apiaiseworCiy nary humdrum subject and dress it up other women for to many
i cidently by the child. I I room of the house The snake wax I J : act, I would be ashamedof in rtimnntir raimrnt"Robert years have been co uniformly

I' The barrel -of the Dutton- first seen under a davenport and when :M, him. If Gov. Cutts is for pensions, K.: Itamniiy, Editor Advertising pood: why not Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezona
factory Mrs. Ilurdiman reached the children i I[ shall vote against him; if Senator t and Selling! writes of Droko give Cardul a trial V
! Boaz Companyof Bunnell shipped coats only a few cents.
! In the following manner: "Somebodyasked
of the
scrambled out living
J more than one hundred cars of barrels u& they Fletcher Is for pensions, I will leave me the other day what I thought TakeCARDUI
the rattler bright
I room, -a
J from Bunnell be,1, i Jell furnishing almost -
} ; fellow which hud recently shed him out. of Maxwell Uroke all u writer uf busi
j ,
an equal amount of containersi making his G, W. S. WARE ness-bringing copy. My reply, was
Its old skin-was way
i to the local The work of .
growers. that while there are a great ftfee
down the hallway toward the front many "
| manufacture goes merrily on and will live ropy writers in tho advertising

|f very likely continue throughout the ., door FESTIVAL"This (U'd, Drokf stands. well in the foreground -

* I '1 hit because of hilt ability to put .
: Noel A. -
CAN'T HE BEATEN FOR COUGH:! Mayor-tlcct humanness and heartiness, In the
' ,. AND COLDS <'the! high cost of living in the Sunshine season of the year may not In.apUr. printed word." His Woman's Tonic
. j I I City another hard blow when he ordered be called the "strawberry fes-
some thousands of pounds of army Picking the berries and' In a letter to his cousin, F. A. Scott Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, ol
Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic Also IdealFor ; Maxwell Droke mentions that his
bacon and canned roast beef which Cullen Va. wrltest
them to the depot puts "pep" into ,
Malaria and Grippe Treatment will be sold to the people here at brother Roger in married and lives
i sluggish, and discussing Ooodl..ttBville "About II years ago, I
I I about one-third tho prices charged in market prospects brushes the cobwebs at Tenn.. and that his suffered untold
Three compounds, Iron Quinine and local stores. Mr. Mitchell had to send from brains that had become torpid I Sister Louise lives with Roger. Their misery
\ Magnesia, have known value in the payment in full with his order to be during the winter season. The time friends bore will recall that their with female trouble,bear-

treatment of Colds, Malaria and La- able to get; the cheap meats and sent until 3:30 p. m., when the last berries brother, I.anier Droke, died In an Ing-down pains, headache

Grippe. Quinine clears out the disease in a certified check for $1,311. lie ordered must be on the platform, passes army in 1018. numbness . I G
Mrs. Droke who died
4.C08; pounds of bacon and 1,800 for all would for three week
I. germs from the blood. Magnesia very quickly for each )person, In Chattanooga IIl'v.ralloaraalo go
purges the whole system of i its l accumulated pounds of beef. The bacon will be little or big, receives a share of the ter: and her ion Maxwell: has; inherited almost bent double . .
sold at twenty five cents a pound profits. As soon a. the fat checks
poisons. :Iron strengthens the meat at at abou t twenty cents. in. the pockets of the sellers, they din-are her gift It is said that an advertising My husband went to Dr. With lour flngerit I You cm 'ifI oft
and invigorates the body through the Two well known citizens put up the miss carping care for the day, for man is known by the companies for Cardul . anT har toft corn, or corn between ,
blood. money and backed the newly elected now they can buy what i. needed- he keeps-Maxwell Droke has Alter taking about two the toes, and the hard akin ralluMS from _
bottom of
All are necessary to a successful mayor in his effort to reduce expensesfor I and much that Is not needed-and pay successfully served many representative bottles I began:: going f t. "
business houses, among them being A flay bottle of "Fr.eion. costa little
treatment. All in Dr. Williams' citizens here. debts. The
are is
strawberry the
money around and when I took
: Thomas A. Edison, Inc., Item. d any drug sloth| apply a few drop
101 Tonlc-correctly proportioned.That's first rush to greet the farmer, as a ington: Typewriter Co., The Palmollve three bottles I could: do upon tbs corn or eal II.. Inntantly
why 101 Tonic 1s universally The Quinine That DOTS Mot Affect Tb Head rule in the spring and it makes him Co., Wells-Fargo; Express Co. Sher all my work." E-flO .topi hurting, then shortly you lift that
known and used. ...* of Its faith. end Uutlv effect., LAXA. happy and liberal. win.Williams. Paint Co., Art Metal bothersome corn or callus right off, root
ml IJ
25c and COe bottle. for sale at your BROMO QtJiNtNEq1.6iete/ ) can Myte. To many of the colored brethrenthis Construction Co., and Chicago PaperCo. 1 and all, without ODe bit of pain or tor*.
drug store.-Adv.-8 Lflbitliuad. E.w.GROV6aaieaatweonbnz. TlUc is the season II Uu fl...U pots of aeaa "''ulyf No humbug .



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