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: May 7, 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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STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. ----- -- t


Commissioner in Session Monday Shortest Session of Court in DAY TO PAY POLL TAX IS
'i So great in the demand for History Among MAY
Routine Business Transacted 1 the Ov- of County opinions about overalls Board met in regular session 22 1920.>>
erland May
i 4 in Starke quoted
and in the
vicinity that Literary Digest, seSi t -
we with Messrs.
the Quigley Overland Co., dealers in The circuit lect the following. The first is L. C. Powell p. M. The following letter from .
Monday, May 3rd the board ef court convened for its from Padgett and T. B. Pinholster Attorney
commissioners Overland< cars at that point undertook spring term Monday morning with the the Richmond (Va.) News-Dispatch: I Minutes of last present General Van Swearingen to Tax Col
county meeting read and
was called to
i a driveout from Toledo. "If cold lector
Mr. usual truth be B. M.
order by Chairman C. A. Roberts Quigley/ ceremonies, The clerk and his told some thousands approved 1 as read. Dowling regarding last
took three other gentlemen with him, 'deputies' busy, defendants of Richmond men would be The day for payment of poll taxes
buttonhole is calf-
10 o'clock a. m., at the courthouse in very )pension claim of Mrs. Walker h
i and with the
help of glad to
with an extra man at ing the sheriff and his deputies law wear overalls-not so much to wave then taken and explanatory i
Starke all member up motion !
present, toj j Toledo, who desired to come south to year listening to clients money as to revert to the upon 1 inquiries t
anxious bonds species. A boned having been
wit: J. M. Brownlee, O. V. Brooks I recommended that she be 1 made
Palatkaj: drove real he-man
five of the {
James Reynolds and Drew Reddish. new Over j men peering about 'for those defend was born for overall. Or, allowed $5 per month for the time her this office as to the time with. '
land cars to Jacksonville. terra' to put it |In which
He left under differently
overall roll
Minutes of last To. bond. The sheriff cried: were con- dependents were in school. tuxes may be paid in
approved. meeting read and I I ledo at noon April 1G, arriving in i' Oyez, oyez, come into court," and the reived for man. They are of all clothing :' The pension claim of Mrs. Jim order, to vote. in the coming primary
Jacksonville last Sunday session had I the most I deem it
comfortable ,
morning and begun. and com Browning was taken proper to advise that under '
Pauper allowance of Amanda Thom up and the board
as was raised from $7 to $W had. a most successful and pleasant'trip. < Thirty-six good and true men hadI forting They breed democracy. They ordered that she be allowed to draw the
month. per I I been summoned for jury duty; three encourage eaxe. Wearing overalls, $1(0 per month for the time her de.pendl.'nt I't'pfJltelf( in 73 Fla. 42B, 74 So. 486,

f 16 was appropriated for the reliefof Mr. Quigley reports absolutely no, of them could not be found and thlr- you have handy pocket for whatever attended school. State PX eel v. White the second Saturday '

Jeff for ,I trouble whatsoever except on one, teen were excused. Of the balance you wish to carry and you never have i A petition from the of Ziff of the month preceding the day ; '
month. patrons ;
By order of the one board stretch of road which seemed full of r the following were selected a* grand to worry about crease in your trous-, school protesting agoiiuit of< the primary (June 8, 1920)) is May
A. D. An- consollila2
drew tack and nails and they had a rum jury J men: A. M. Blanchard, Kane err You can sit where you please i tion with Brooker received and their :] 1920 and the last day upon which
was granted rebate his \
taxes for the a on | I her of punctutes. A notable feature, Thomas, Thomas Mills, J. F. Kickliter, In the sweet assurance that all the, request granted. poll I taxes may be paid in order to en. ,
year 1919 for 29.23 and of this trip is that the J. M. Fralick Elishu stains will 'come out in the west The title one against whom
the tax collector instructed to allow i lead car was 1 Yi W. Rosier, R. An i superintendent was ordered to 1 the came were. +
said amount when issuing tax driven by J. W. Andrews of Starke, a Ury Parmenter, R.lf.. Taylor, J, C. Alvarez u unadulterated man in overall i la as i furnish the desired information to the 1 assessable to vote |In said Primary.
gentleman 01 of W. M. Harrell S. It. happy as'a boy who has been able attorney t of I respectfully suggest that
and same would be allowed him his years age, and he en- Ostecn to Duke M. Far on Co., eel in view
on cast aside
joyed the Thomas his shoes +' of| the wide
trip Immensely i Chancey Henry Rosenberg and go barefoot. alive' to certain funding diversity of opinion upon 1
and insolvent
error list. warrants.
Whereas upon the resolution of the This is the first driveout that the C. H. Hunter 1'. P. Kerce, W. A. The Sun and New York Herald! goes i Upon a request from the hoard of this| point you would be conferring a

board of bond trustee for I Willys-Overland branch has attempted'j Jones Robert Cone, James S. Brown. more exhaustively into the vital mat trustees from special tax district No. favor upon the InteivHtOil public by

Road and Bridge District No 2 Special Bradford this year as it is more than a 1,800 A petit jury was formed of those ttr of pockets: I'', known a* Pine Hill an election was 1 publishing. this letter or giving the 1'

County. .Florida it is mile drive. Mr. Quigley states that left and two more men summoned "Ov 'rall" contain more pocket to, ordered called for the I purpose of came wide publicity otherwise through

that the tax levy of hereby 12 mill resolved he found the Overland 4 the most wonderful S. V. Andrews and A. H. Johns but I the garb square inch than any other human i ing to see whether said district Hhould vot0

upon the dollar made by the board of j car imaginable in climbing ov- aajhis jury was not made use of, it is I High on the apron is a little, 'be discontinued and later bo united "Yours very truly, .e

commissioners of j, er the mountains and hills that they unnecessary to( give their name. pocket designed for the pencil of the, with thc Brooker Special Tax District VAN C. SWEARINGEN. '
county Bradford ;
were obliged to cross. Judge J. T. Wills and State carpenter and easily adapted to the There b..lnllllO Attorney General.
,, ; ) i further business the
board county of, Florida bond trustees at the of request said of the ]It Is of interest to also note that ', A. V. Long were now ready for work. I 1 is fountain pen of the banker. Near i it; t board adjourned to meet first Monday -. - ---. 1
Special a larger and
I Mr. Quigley who conducts Civil Docket squarer pocket wherein 'in June.
Road and Bridge District No. 2 be and a broom I the HONOIt ROLL BRADFORD
I toiler HIGH
All has been
factory Starke under known
cases I
at this
closed head to
the same is hereby abandoned and the an order with !''' were continucd \ty plug tobacco and con i I --- --- -.---- ---- 1o'I1WNTII) :! OF MARCH
the Overland until which
factory to supply them, term of court. may be r
tax collector of Bradford county Florida used to hold | LETTER "'UOlI'IUW. > -
all the brooms that Criminal Docket a watch or a cigarette IMWLING: '
they use in the rr

the,further is hereby collection instructed of said to abandon 12 mills tire dozen plant brooms which per order month.calls Mr.for en-I I the, The following grand jury cases found: true bills in box."The spectacle case of the student't |i' To the Patron of the Bradford High Hown First, Benny Grade-Sternberg Thelma ,Silcox Eloise: Louise Ritch ,,

assessed upon the real and personalproperty I I will( find home ( : -Mia* Olive Ray teacher.
I State a in the
son, the local branch vs Jim Smith breaking place which 1 is
manager an entcring. Our school
work clones. Second
of said Special Road and built into Friday June Grade Louisa
ordinary Peek foila
especial pleasure in informing the Plead guilty; sentence, 2 years overalls for the 4th, this ,,
Bridge District No. 2 and the year and Dea
board of Ava
writer about the Toledo factorv in penitentiary, purpose of carrying a carpenter's rule. commencement oxcrcises Andrews. Lou Popped.<< Hazel
bond trustees of Special Road and sec- Keys and June 8th. The final examine Johns Lnuiae!
I State handkerchief Hayes, Struth1 ,
ognizing Florida v* Jim King assault with in- have ample'! "
Bridge District No. 2 is hereby instructed Union products.-Times- i tent to murder. Plead guilty to ag- room in the large hip pock(>tII. On el. will be held during the week beginning > .. Olive Ray and Mildred Crosby
May 81st.
to reimburse all heretofore ; ther side in teachers.Third .
persons I gravated assault front is a large
; sentence, 3 month pocket,
having; paid said tax to the tax MEMORIAL in county jail. put there for hands or both We hope that as many of the pa- Crude-Estrlle Kendrick Ju.
collector of FRANCE I of turns of the school a* possible will 'lie Canovt
Bradford county Florida State vs Zcke Johnson breaking these necessaries. They are good retuin Doris Pope, Paul Knight,
and for the purpose of carrying out .Mr. Allen has'' and entering. Plead guilty, old-fa hlonrd pockets, opening from their children in the near tutori. William Duncan.) -Mis* Mildred Cro*.
G. Green of ; sentence No
Brooker pupil be
the reimbursement of those personswho i g in the north and consequently can promoted without ex1> teacher ''
received the memoriall year penitentiary. hard to 'i
have already the that the French lose aminatlon. Pupil are always better Fourth Crude
paid said tax, i State Will Win things/ from. -Gladys nU8ell.'I
republic bestows '1Am..rlean vs assault with i ,
the said tax collector is hereby instructed on the relatives of c intent i to murder. on. "The college/ professor who |i j prepared to take examination at the 1 Miss* Jennie Thomas, teacher
Plead buys
to furnish the bond trustees soldiers, who died after 6 in guilty; sentence pair of standard overalls a end of the year than the beginning of Fifth Grade-Hazel MMdleton. Mir. I

with a list of all\ such persons and the is fighting a finely on Gallic noil. The memorial l! State v year* O. Gardiner penitentiary.and J. W. Edwards h himself puzzled by the little may loop find at. the new year. We have approximate OrUirus. Sammy Kternberg, Car- I

amount paid by each together with executed copper engraving/ the waiMjhno+ in the center Iy one month of school work, and much I h-lo Hitch James William Ilrownlce, '
indictment of the
is for grand back I I
the postofflce address as far as possi of its symbolic accompanied an explanation 1 Nolle pros larceny. This is intended for the occasional'1 \' can i is taken be clone in that tons if advantage Evelyn Pope, Harriett Ritch Gusslo I
This of it.
explanation carrying of Mae Itennett Thomas 1
the Joseph ElizaliPth
ble.The State vs Tate carpenter'* -
given in assault with l square, The
was the school
Tel..jtraphsome but is indebted to Mr. F. A.. 1
following named persons were time in intent, to murder. Nolle it could be employed to hold! I a' Krrxlrkk-Mee Lois Peek Per. ,
/ connection pros Scott for five
ago with the
Tolled .volumes of Edgar Alien "
appointed clerks
as managers and for State thesis tennis ryiiian
| vs Ernest Coleman a racket
memorial of Lieut. carnal intercourse or
Richard Kay White Poo's work and one volume of Wash I
the primary election to beheld June ik brace of frankfurters." Sixth (it 1'lldWI'RC'y] MrRreMbae
8. 1920 in the several election districts The memorial in question l is of Prl- ;' Continued.with female under 18 years ------- -.-- i ington I Irving' work. This is gullan 1 DoriH Law, teacher. j< ".
vate Robert H.TJreen, who fought in ,, addition to tho library.
as follows: France and State vs R. C. Davis issuing worth HON. JOHN W. WATSON Eighth JI' Brownlee, !H
died after his WITHI
District No. 1, Lawtey-Louis II. I return to lens lIU.\\ I I S. 5. DOWLING. 1 Isabel Fernandez l Eunice Perkins Ir.
this; country at Continued on account of Ulial; fOv'EKMUCK: ,51 _
Camp Jackson S. C. ItACTallahassee I
Hill -- .-- I Is 1 Comer
clerk; E. L. Crews, A. M. Blan- October 1 illness of defendant. -- EppiTMon, Long, Laura .f
chard W. E. Torode managers. 1918. Mr. Allen Green i State 1 i > 4' 44.. 4r- * ... . Wvnn. Mis Carrie Holly, teacher.
District No. 2. Lake Butler-Henry I the father of the deceased soldier, will 1 vs Albert Starling, aggravated May 5.-Hon. John W, : <$> M ..I 'Ninth GI'a have it assault. Continued.. Watson of { '
framed and /it will Miami has
be withdrawn
L. Fowler, clerk; L. M. Stokes G. A. I as well a* mournful an intercsting i State vs Jesse Stewart, forgery from the contest for gubernatorial *> CANDIDATES.: MUST .J Jav Alderman l t"8<'hl'r. 7i 1
Epperson, A.*E. Proctor managers : to of his son's sacrifice for a mcmen.noble! Continued.The honor Official notification of "this FILE STATEMENTS Tenth Grud-Paul Coriovu, Nellie W'

District No.3. Palestine-W. VT. cause. grand jury was discharged on lust was received here today in a telcjrruni 1| .> SteutIIM. Miss I Kate Vapllnger, .:'JI r

Moore, clerk; W. S. Croft, W. Henry Tuesday forenoon and the court ad sent from Bunnell by Mr. Watson ,i' All county candidates should tc'nC'l1t'r' ;,i{

Nettles James Clemons, managers. LONG BRIDGE I journed j early Tuesday afternoon. All to Ito:.. II. Clay (Crawford ecro-I- remember that a failure to file .T 1 II'vclit.h,. Grade-Ruby Poppetl, Al. v"

District No. 4, Provldence-Jno. W. the cases that were continued could tary of fctnte. Tho withdrawal; of Mr. ,I i <..' statement of their' campaign ex. ? Iron Alvarez.-Mis* Jeannette Mat. 'l |t.

Keene, clerk M. A. Blackwelder W. very well stand to be put off-and Watson leaves the contest pennon with the clerk of the sire 1" thews teacher<< .'

O. Brooks, Lonnie Summers mane Long Bridge May 7-George Rimes some of them will be settled out of angular affair, with Cary A now Hardce a tr cult court within the times pro- ,* I'roL S. S. Dowling principal., ijl i
and sister, Donie _.
were visitors to the t 4>
gers. Van scribed law - --. ,I
[ court<< anyway-nobody was hurt but C. Swearingen and !Dr Lincoln' by will bar them *

District No. 6, Brooker-L. A. county Jim seat Adkins Saturday and Sunday. j! many helped, as witnesses and jury- llullcy as tho candidates. j from having/ their name printed *- LIME roil PAYMENT (III'
Brown, clerk M. P. Matheny A. B. Sapp, Ethan "14> on the ballot for
; men cannot afford to lose time from the primary 1'ULL1'AX EXTENDED: :' ,
Surrency J. T. Edwards, managers. ing Sapp business and II. 0, Rimes were their farms at this season. FIFTY MILLIONS IN FARM l i 1J.. election) of June Hth. A Mate- .*> -

District No. 6. Starke-J. L. Peek, in Starke Monday. LOANS merit must be filed whether .<
L. J. Johns is on the sick list thi ARE HELD BACK" any Under instructions! from the attor- > '
clerk T. N. Kendrick F P. Shaffer has been
; week. t.j ODDFELLOWS ENJOY SUPPER expense Incurred or not. i Hey general of the .tttate tux collco-
C. E. Ahearn, managers. Litigation Over Blanks for making those state. *
Validity of the i tore will (
Fronie Rimes has returned home Act: seal poll tax receipts to
District No.7, e Tuesday night the Blow menta will b furnished the ,
IlamptonGarflelI ter month in local order of to the Farmer by i and including Saturday May 22. l'or.
Starke .
spending a sit <
Johns clerk clerk
J. V 1 Oddfellows j
; Henry held their regular weekly) *
relatives and friends. i son who are not yet ready to *
Ovid Haynes, managers. I I meeting, and after Farm The first of theMe xtetrmontamoat pay
the initiation of loans
'aggregating their taxes real and
Mr. and Mr. David Shaw nearly on personal
and little prop.
District No. 8, Raiford J. J. Far- a candidate / 4> be filed/ not than *
daughter table were placed in the $50,000,000, have 4wen held more 30 the '
rely, clerk James Ritch Steve / Lorene of LaCrosse, spent j I hall up" pen <> nor less than arty limy pay poll tax separately. .
; Moore and 25 days to the *
last week with the latter's 'f spread with a bountiful supper ing litigation over the validity of the prior Those who wish to veto In the priiiuiry c
W. parrotand s, 4> election.
M. This
Whltten managers. A large number of the members farm loan statement must be *
act it
I M r. Mrs. H. O. Rimes. was said Tuesday election should attend to this
District No. 9, Worthington. H.: Little Mary Rimes la I I was present and enjoyed the occasion.RAIFORD the conference of farm loan officials I filed not later than May Hth. mutter at once. j,
the sick
on %
Stokes clerk; D. L. Clyatt T. I;. list, this held in Washington. The second statement must be .. .
week. T +
Rimes. J. .F. Douglass! managers. BOY PROMOTED A majority of the I, filed not more than 12 nor less .*

District No. 10, New River-Jim Quite a crowd attended Sunday I government aid had reached applications for | than 8 days prior to the election. BRADFORDJ
school the
here Sunday afternoon.A stage
Adkins clerk Will\ Andrews Ben This statement must be filed not '"" -
Edward where
Sapp, Ben Renfroe. party was given at Mr. Thomas1 Sparkman Hunter of Ha;I- only final approval was nee+i"<< i later than May 1st. Bradford, May 7.=Mr. and Mr. O. )
ford to
managers. who complete i
recently enlisted in the U. the transactions T
Friday and when
night it
a large crowd t W,
were transacting business inStorks
District; No. 11, Graham-N. Wynn, S. Navy, and who is bunks to
now attached to suspend loaning
tended. r
clerk at./I operation. 'J <*- . Q <: l: Monday.
; Will McEver S. D. 'Wasdin, the naval became DaLT'b -t 9 * *
Great for
Dan Byrd Lot of people have born ) station necessary the farm loan| ;, "-0' ___u --." _ ----- T. lie Edwards and family attended
managers. through our burg i in Lakes, 111., has been advanced in ratIng Other applications had been handled j I the
attending court reunion of the Itimn
1'WO family near
District No. 12 Theressa-R. C. from by the PROMINENT! : CANDIDATES:
apprentice appraisers
Starke this week. 1- seaman to quartermaster and the purchasers !' Dukes Monday,
Heiberger. clerk; R. M. King, D. W. third of land HERE THIS WEEK
class. thereby
Moore G. W. Hinson, managers. Rob Cooper and wife were visitors funds available negotiated, when J I Mrs, C. W. Edward and sinter,
f to the
to Starke.
system .
were MI"Mm\ Ruby and lama attended
Board adjourned until first Monday i Two rare
in Mrs. Waters of Five Mile is vial PREACHING AT PRESBYTERIAN exhausted Commissioner Lobdel] sat 1920.
ing at the home of Lloyd Clark. C1IUKCH MONDAY NIGHT Tho general situation confronting! FlfUhcr during the the week. Senator j I C. B. Haye wa! .a visitor to Miller
W. S. John attended to business the loan bank and county associations was first to como. He j'Sunday.
CHRISTIAN in Starke An evening service will be held at was described as exceedingly was here Monday and spoke to a ,

.. : _' dYnerdy._ I the Presbyterian church next Monday, table, but Mr. Lubdullsald the board'regret'[ crowded house at the county court ,l i l Edward McMiirB. Mubiy+ Harrell and Arthur

Rev. Blancy, an evangelist, has held B. Y. P. U. SOCIAL May 10th, in the interest of the New hand were tied. A* a result of the house at 11 o'clock. The radian c I attended church at Sardin.
services at the Christian church to I Era Budget; Rev. and Mrs. J. T. W. forced inactivity the bank are skelo scented< to be thoroughly In accord i] Hun.luy.

large audiences. lie will be hoardthere j I Stewart of St. Cloud, will have charge: tonisrlng their force and with him and interrupted many time 'i Mim Eva Edward spent. a few day
Mrs. .1. T marking' of
tonight (Friday) at 8 o'clock Senior Quigley entertained the j, of the service and both will adder'*' time until a decision is inado on the with cordial applauuo. Tho uudiencii'' last work with Mr. and Mr*. Angu
B. Y. P. II. her { I
Ht homo the' Bicllliig of Providence.
tomorrow night at the same time on the members and officers of the church notation of a new issue of bonds "not was mode up of people from all parts i i I
night of April 24th Her attractive! i C. M. Amlreu
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.. "nd J1" : (home was tastefully decorated Stereopticnn slides will be shown I' / clouded by litigation," to supply the Bradford/ county, and frnvu: the im- to Itrooker Saturday.was a business visitor

Monday at 8 p. m. All are cordially i results of the world survey of the fund. liruMHion that Senator Fletcher will
invited. The ovonincr was one of particular I Inter-church. ___ __ again Bradford I, Mm. W. M. Harrell and son, Mai-
--- carry '
--- - by u large
I -- - - m|0
enjoyment for all the crowd being entertained -_ I MILLER jority. lie .kiss. always been u fuvoritu colm, were shopping, in Worthington )
I delightfully with a musical MAY MEETING hem' and it now neem certain that ho Saturday;
program game! and a marvelous Miller, May 7.::::.I. H.: Brown made has lost none of his popularity with !l Sfi'lier' Edwards: wa n caller In the
ghost story told by Mr. L. L. King. j Providence unction Sunday. Ho(
May 14th there business> trip to Starke Bradford county voters. was
Owing to bad weather throughout ;. the will be an all doymef'tinA' Monday urcnrnpanied I 1
During evening delicious ref reah his ulster
Mis Anna Belle llit! other candidate by << Mis Eva
at Pine Poeple last Honorable
the country the Delco Light Company i manta served. Level church in the spent was Miss Johnie
were behalf of the church. week with relatives In Alachua i I Van C. Swearingen:; candidate for |hand Rinicn.
has given you just a few days longer I Everybody Invited I gov. I
j Those fortunate enough to be of the Albert Miller 1 eriior. Mr. W. M, HarrHl attended to business
to buy before the price advances. As !' party were, Misses Mildred Crosby, All candidate are cordially Butler was a visitor to Luke Swearingen woe here on i iI In Ktark Monday
invited to Saturday. I Tuesday night and for '''It
salesman for your county let me beg Aline Watson come take part in the spoke two I C, II
Doris Law Arlene MeNabb NewMom and
J. O. hours sister Miss Ruth
of the. We Traxler county agent In at InterHuction of Call arid
vou: to protect yourself and buy now- N. proceeding* day. especial was ,
of Portsmouth ll.. Jessie this Walnut were shopping in Worthington Men-
I community last Ktruetfi.
ly invite week in the interest Although small
TODAY, not TOMORROW. The sue- I Thomas, Ruby May Poppell Dor!* everybody to come and bring of the Swoaringen's Mr day .
I pig club. audience
well filled
basket '
cessful business man in the man who Scott Maud and ale Manning, Bensie I was very at Mf. and Mrs. C. W. Edward and : 1
;, Seeber Edwards of tentive and nearly all
J. L. Bradford and of them
spends his Underhill A. O. Strickland< R. IItayedI ;
money wisely not the man whose ,
; and Nettle Mosdamc O. : M, Miss Johnnie Rimes, of thl* with him throughout/ his address UKhter.Corlnne.: attended the reunIr" -
Committee vis- :
who place
Crosby J. T. Barnes I I
earns the ; g
most that )
money G. J. T. and j lion of tho latter
Cooper, Quigley Lacy ; I'astor.I Ited the latter's sister, Mr*. Angus 'I Ing him a cordial round of I i parent! Mr. and :
amounts appluuiui ,
to the
,Just most and enjoys |.ife. Wynn, Messrs. John Powell Herschell Birlling, of Providence Sunday. at theolle.\ ;Mrs. T II. Rlrnn, .Friday. ;

drop UR a card and our representative and Rodney: Trophy. Wilbur Scott, '' :NEAR EAST RELIEF SPEAKER Seeber Stoke made a trip to JAke 1 A rather tonne situation ilur- I I Mr. and Mrs. T. I.. Willis! and chile )'j
arose [
call. The Moore i
Lake Co., Hollis Knight B. D. Law T. L. King i| HERE SUNDAYDr. Butler l Saturday: I ing his address when a former soldier dean were visitors In the Miller HOC '
City, Fla. 6.7-tt. Gary Ennii. Horace Wilson, 0. G. tilln Sunday. '
J. L. Brown and children attended interrupted to press Mr. Sweuringent\ It l
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PUBLIC TENNIS Cooper, Gray Stevenson, Arthur Phil B. M. Shive, speaker in behalf of the baccalaureate sermon at the Lake for a statement of the date on which; [ ;' Mrs. Willard Raborn and Miss Ge-

COURT lips. Near East Relief, WIll in Starke Sunday Butler( high school Sunday. |I I Mr. Hardce made his speech; in advo-t., ,nave Ilarrell were shopping In Brook. 1'1
-- --.--- I I Icaey er ,
The morning and made a splendid address J. S. Brown made a business trip of universal military trslnl I Saturday.
Quigley Lumber & Supply Co., METHODIST at the Methodist church where to LaKe Butler Saturday. I Mr. Swearingen had not given the* !\ We are- sorry to report Mrs W M.
are large dealers in sporting all the congregations of the city had J. C. Ward was in this community date of the address, but when pressed >'! Hurrell i on the sick lie this week. 4
goods, are building at their own ex Sunday school 9:45 a, m. L. A. Da. 'I Preaching services
: united. The program was a* follows: last week. i|lby the young man in the audio i I. next Saturday
pens. a tennis court 36x78 feet on via, superintendent. ', n.c4' end Sunday,
the II ymn-Congregation. II, E. Brown made a business trip to, stated that it was in December 1 "
High School grounds Only a few Preaching 11 a. m., subject Moth Chorus, "Blue Galilee" and "Jlel p Starke Momlay. and hie questioner added that h 17,1 i iI | .

will more finish loads of clay, and smoothing off er. Everybody please wear a flower In the Other Fellow"-Eleven young Deputy Sheriff J, F, William was, I I' while this country was engaged t In was a ,II j,' FAIR WARNING
it. It will cost the company honor of mother. men. the business war that then
among visitors to Starke, bade fair to tae -
about $80, but they expect to be Epworth League, 7:15: p. m. Praytr-B. D. Law. Monday. years Mr. Swearingen lost tllpverall his l I j '"Nigger// warned one, "don't mess "'

repaid that through: the interest in tennis Preaching: 8 p. m. Bible Reading, "The Good Samari! Mr. and Mr. II. C. Peeplc attended tience and commanded the young h wld me, 'kase when yo' do yo' shuah

a court accessible to all willaw.kf' Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m. tan"-Dr. Shive. the baccalaureate sermon of the to "shut up his mouth." At this pa'j i I. flirtln' wid de hearse.

and the players can find the Come and bring some one with you.Pastor.. Prayer-Rev. J. C. Digg: high school at Lake Butler Sunday. matter dropped and later in his I "Don't posticate me, nijrgcr" re-

necessary This outfits at their store. J. C. DIGGS, Solo "A Little Bit of Love"-Mrs. Mabel Brown, of the Lake Butler dress Mr. Swearingen Maid that adhe piled the other, shaking his fist. "Don't

company are now hard at work O. G. Cooper. normal, spent the week-end with honored the young man for having I fo'ce me to press dls upon yo', 'kase if
filling an order from the Southern ------+--
Nash Address! concerning the suffering homefolkr.e. served in the greatest war the world I dose I'll hit yo' so hard I'll separateyo'

i Motor Co., of Tampa. The order LONG BRIDGE PICNIC and needs of the Armenian JIfIoplDr. -*- has ever known, as he did all\ of the from amazln' grace to a floatln'

r for a number of bins for the hold SbJ".. A limestone quarry has been men whose lives were offered at a opportunity."

after lag of automobile parts. The bins There will be a picnic at the Bas t The speaker told In forceful and near Live Oak and it I III proposed opened ( 'rifle in the great conflict to care race the 'If yo' meet wld me, nigger cried ,

being built are "knocked down"tor end of Long Bridge June 4th. There touching language of the condition ol to begin mining and shipping// the rock liberty of the world. the first showing the white of hU

, shipment: to destination. They are will be speaking by candidates. Everybody the Armenians, after which a collection within sixty days. A great quantity eye, "I'll lea' make one little pas,

blue J. M. Dubose according to. come and bring well filled wa staken amounting to '262.01 of road building material U expected Harlod C. WalT spent several and dera'll be a man pattin' yo' in da

baskets. for thin worthy cause of humanity.-s to be secured from this quarry. of this week visiting, / in Tampa. dayel,I Everybody's face wid a spade, tomorrow mawnln':"



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FRIDAY MAY '7, 1920.

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: '! l. I r Bradford County Farmers 1 It's_ a cinch_ : V

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Corn {Is one ;; the'most important i Lake Butler, May 1.- Mr. and Mrs. I I 1,11,r to figure why

t crops of the Southern farm and! no I P. M. Padgett entertained Friday ii I ,
farming: operation are consioered c- night in honor of the senior class of i 1 'f -
complete without a very large percentage Lake Butler high' school. Besides the |
of the area in cultivation being I 8 seven members of the senior class: the I j Camels sell !

devoted to this crop, and farm la. juniors and members of the faculty ,\
Mr being scarceand expensive this were invited. After music and gamesa
year, it will be necessary for the farmer S > four course dinner was served by ,
,i +' to make a strong effort to get I Misses Christine Townsend and Hen ,
+ the largest yield possible from the rietta Padgett. The menu included 1;
I t area in cultivation, says C. K. MeQuarrie I I| fruit cocktail, senior salad sandwiches ,

i State Agent, Extension Work olives ice tea, junior meat loaf
' of Gainesville. faculty egg, sandwiches, ice cream

ThU year, owing to the late spring, I and cake. One of the most interesting
of will feature of the evening was a
a large amount May planting:
be done, and some of the best farmers , poem recited by Prof. Walter Roberts.
in our state claim they get as good After all had signed their names to
results from May planting than they !11 the souvenir place cards the boys were a me
get from earlier planting. In May the instructed in the art of making button S
soil is considerably warmer than It is I holes. Music and conversation followed -

in March and April and the !germination M until a late hour.
"f -' is quicker and more complete. -th kind Those present were Misses Elsie B.

The keynote to all successful production that m-e-l Gillespie, Georgia Epperson. Jessie
is thorough preparation of the Mae Colaon, Margaret Dekle, Laurel -
i+ Ir soil to insure a good seed bed at the in your Armstrong, Crystal Armstrong, Mona _
planting time. Our most successful mouth Alderman Henrietta Rosenburg, Omie -

corn growers find that what we know -light.A Scarborough, Della Armstrong, -- ---
n. as broadcast plowing should be done. yren'r. .n srs. R. A. Green, George Q. Mel-I _
r Walter Roberts Earle Pet-pies, -
This should be done some time previous
r and when planting time comes the ::. ,cuit and Padgett Walter.Knight Carl Brown
usual methods should be practiced of doughnuts that just I I Avery Tyson, Maurice Langford, Hoj I, You should know why Camelsare
yl laying off the rows and using planter hinging j mer Lee the host and hostess and lit- unusual
where keep you I I tie Misses Connie and Dona Padgett. I| so so refreshing
t It is a generally recognized: fact 'round the pantry- I R. A. Green and sister, Mrs. Rafe satisfying. First, quality-second,

f that commercial fertilizer up to a certain all made with Johns, and Avery Tison. motored to Camels expert blend of choice Turkish.d .
,' amount Is a good investment for CALUMETBAKING Tuesday. =
increasing the yield of the corn crop. R. A. Green spent the weekend in ? t and choice Domestic tobaccos which

I The amount used should be controlled | POWDER Tampa and other points of interest. B you'll certainly prefer to either kind:
? : by the soil conditions, such the i Miss Anna Brown entertained the
the safent, most CSM smoked 1
purest -' straight
people of Lake Butler at the school
amount of humus in the soil and its i economical kind. Try
auditorium Monday evening and the
vc ability to retain moisture. It drive
j When only 100 to 200 pounds peri failuss.- "awsjr bske-day audience was well, pleased with her 0 k Camels blend makes possible that

ere of commercial fertilizer is used, Ton save Whea ss boy It. program.The + wonderful mellow mildness-yet all the
high 4S
schoolplay Thursday
1 4 evening
the general practice Is to apply this You sacs wMe you use S.
in the furrow at planting time. This Calumet obtains only rackLgradwrts at the school auditorium was a desirable body is there j j And Camels'
*s lunre bentHIGHEST success. The play, "Her Honor, the
in method is not recommended for the never tire your taste I .
Mayor, was the characters be.
that fertilizer tkaikei given
I reason applied in the i uud u f
seed furrow makes that the ing:
{ strip most
fertile, with the result that grass and 282SK Hero Walter Knight. You'll appreciate Camels freedom

1 ; weeds begin to grow very fast and Heroine Elsie B. Gillespie. I C from any unpleasant cigaretty after-
p necessitates considerable hoeing, and Other taking part Mona Alderman,
in these days of expense of farm labor Omie Scarborough, Laurel Armstrong taste or unpleasant cigaretty odor I

, the farmer cannot afford to have much Jessie Mae Colson, Homer Lee

hoe work done in the corn crop. stet John Padgett.A. For your own satisfaction compare
A method practised by quite ire C. Strickland spent Monday in
a num Camels with
ber of our progressive farmers is to Starke. puff by puff any ciga-

open up the seed furrow in the usual Butler T. H. Rimes of Dukes was in Lake rette in the world at any price I

way each, then side and bed on apply It one the furrow fertiliser from in C. A Monday.Saval'et of Alachua spent the &,D0MESTJC _Cfmmlm, , ie,..)fe1._..,_,.._....aa,'.2o_oJ,...d__

{ this furrow thus having the fertilizer arek-end with his family BLEND ...ton. IV. .''''''17 _d thi rfon /'orIto,
; on both sides of the corn row. Then Mrs. J. D. Alderman, of Jacksonville el.wwa eras pl7ol.Ma from xvvl "
before planting split up this bed by spent several! +idays with her R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wioetoa-Sal.m, N. C. i

either a middle buster or shovel plant mother, Mrs. W. C. Townsend. a
D. W. Borum spent Saturday in Pa- ,
( the corn and cover with a board This - V -- ----- - --- --- ---- -
i t method gives a fertilizer on both sides latka transacting business B. Y. P. U. met in regular session
of the corn row and has a tendency to I 'eo Duncan U. Fletcher spoke from the Sunday evening and a tine program ? -
'. give an increased yield. ., in that it club room veranda Monday afternoon. rendered.

stimulates the root system of the crop B. M. Shive. state secretary' Near-- Rev I. C. Jenkins, pastor of the
In cases, however, where COO or 600 I Kant Relief accompanied by Rev J. First Methodist church of Gainesville, rAfl
} pounds or more per acre is applied we scope of projects, 22H acres;; av C. Diggs, of Starke, motored to Lake preached the baccalaureate sermon at Old Friend Speaks

-{ : recommend broadcasting of fertilizer, : scope per student, 2 acres. Butler Sunday and Mr. Shive deliver.v high school Sunday morning to an
'V in every case mixing it thoroughly ': Starke-No. students 10; total ed an interesting appeal at the Bap- attentive audience, and was one of
; with the soil before planting. I' scope-of projects. I1H acres; av. list church at 3:30.: Anyone wishing j j the finest sermons ever delivered in
'I The distance to give the crop both scope per student 1.1 acl'fll.I to contribute to this worthy cause ,| this auditorium. M1
between rows and in the row Is a very I Trenton-No. students, 16; total send your money to Henry Fowler, !)!1! Sadness swept the hearts of Lake / am a Broom. -
important factor and one that every I I scope of work, 28 Vi acres; av.' scope secretary<< for this division of the work 1''Butler' ] people Monday evening. when
,r farmer ahould consider very seriously. per student 2 acres.WauchulaNo. P. M. Padgett spent Monday in"";i i news reached them that Edgar Knight
The aim should be to have as heavy asending I students, 28; total ties.Staike attending to school board du-j] had died in Chattahoochee.
as possible, but at the same scope of projects, 18V4 acres; av. scope Mr and Mrs W. G. Ball left Tuesday The Bible "Cleanliness is next to
time not to have It too heavy and per I per student, .7 acre. Harry Pinkston, of Worthington, morning for Lakeland where they says
1 haps lower the yield for the lack of Totals, No. students 198; total was Sheriff in lake Butler Monday i will make their future home. Godliness". Who can be dean without +'
I enough fertility to mature the crop. scope of projects 9 hogs, 6 cows, 699 Epperson and wife, daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. C. IVcples and
Under ordinary farm conditions it is poultry. 189 acres; av. scope per student Miss Eva. Mesdamcs F. A. Scott Tate Brown, of Miller attended the my services in one way or another?
recommended that rows should be four .9 and T. N. Limbaugh, of Starke, spent. I I| ,commencement exercises at the high
feet apart and hills three feet in acre.Colored School I and Thursday in Lake Butler with friends j ,school Sunday. I I am on the job in the the house where

the row. When 500 or 600 pounds of Delray, No. pupils, 13; total scope relatfies. i Miss Carrie Belle Brown of Miller
a' commercial fertilizer Rev:S. S. Proctor spent Friday and were born and will be those
C however is employed of, projects 2% acres; II" scope per pent Sunday in Lake Butler with you among
+ on ordinary fertile soil, the student 1-7 acre.tOrVssenden Saturday at Santa Fe.\ Sunday at the riends.
distance in the row could be reduced : -No. pupils 16; total State Farm and Monday in Jackson Mrs. Howard returned to her homein present, in the house where you will }
to eighteen inches or two feet. ppopo of projects, 29 acres,; av. scope Misses Ludiwici:/, Ga., Friday afternoon after breathe your last.
\\ \ Great care should be. exercised In per student 1 7-8 acres. and Lola Bielling several weeks visit with her
I r the selection. and planting of good \I Gainesville-No. pupils, 18; total and with brother, Raleigh, spent the weekend daughter. Mrs. J. M. Mann. I Should tramp enter abode thus
i i seed. In selecting seed In the crib, the scope of projects, 26Vi acres; av.nefipe Mrs.-Marguerite Parnell ,of Rev. Armstrong spent the week-end your ,
?4 Vr best ears should always be chosen, and per student 2 acres. Jacksonville Mrs. In Cedar Key Mhcri he delivered the | disturbing both peace of mind and the
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Bennett the of
no seed should ever be planted from a"nubbin" Mt. Tabor-No. E4 total guest Baccalaureate for
students the
,r.. 4 It is also! recommended HBope of projects, 64 poultry, 40;acres; her sister, !Miss Blanche Ball, of Jacksonville school. Berman high household, I am there to serve thee by

that the tip and butt grains be dis.ra.l..d. of student, .9 this week. Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle and .
scope per acre. son, Henry the
; 'i"l'otah-No. students 96; total scope Mr. Traxler and family have arrived accompanied by Margaret Townsend being instrument to smite him.
Where the stand for the first plantIng of i projects<< 54 poultry; 98 H acres in our city and are located at the and Miss :'larahalll'rOltor, .
; : pent
( Is less than 80 per cent we would ajv, scone per student, 1 acre. home of Mrs. B. P. Wilson. We are Saturday at Five Mile with Mr. and If there be a feline on thy back fence,
glad to have this
i' recommend plowing it up and planting Total all schools-No. students, 294; estimable family in Mrs. P. P. Dekle. slumber
S all over again. Where the stand is total scope of projects, 9 hogs 5 cows, our midst. Ranee Farrish' and Mrs. Mandy ruining thy behold, I am ,thine
{J over SO we would recommend that the C68 poultry 287 H W. J. Roebuck and Rivers Buford, Thomas .
', : acres; av. scope per were shopping in town Saturday answer.
f > crop be carefully watched in coming student. 1 acre candidates were in Lake Butler Tuesday ,

.; op, and be replanted as quickly as Note-A large number of the schools Hubert morning J. S. Howard and daughter, Annie, Should thy cheeks color of alabaster
Bennett of
possible. was thy
I Delay in replanting does will have minor projects with pigspoultry accompanied by Prof. Flowers attended ,
not give the late planted hills much and other animals. None of a visitor to Lake Butler Tuesday af the sermon Sunday. ' frame be filled of that which is called
,h t, chance and is, therefore' considerable the ternoon.Messrs.,
minor projects are accounted for Mrs. J. 11. Marshburn left Sunday
of a loss to the farmer. above.I Roberts, .of Joe Guilford Crews and business Guilford for a visit with her son, Dr. E. R. "Spring Fever", use of me will give thee
Constant cultivation with shallow I submit the home project work of visitors to Lake Butler afternoon Marshburu, and family at Chattahoo. exercise and
working tools, such as sweeps or acme the agricultural students of the Monday Ghee health.' Verily, I am strong

harrow should be practiced! at not i Sturke school in detail as follows; The. Woman's Club afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Julian LoadholU, of but healthy medicine.
more than ten met Monday
day during (Clas In Horticulture Jacksonville
spent week-end!; with
I at four o'clock and several
the growing period and continued up 1. Car] Johns 1 acre of corn. their parents Mr. and Mrs. J, W.
to the time that the silk on the ear 2. Orville Griffill, 1-2 acre of Irish items of interest were disposed of. Jones Where I serve, my hirsute face serve al '

shows a dried condition. Quite a num potatoes. Mr. and Mis. Joe
Crews Father
of doth
Guil- so.
her of the corn growers of the state I :I. Levy Canova, 1-3 acre of garden CG6 has more Imitations than another y ford' attended church here Saturday use my whiskers to
stop cultivating the crop too early: truck Chill and Fever Tonic on the evening. 'I clean his
p some of them at the bunching to tassel I 4. Harry Canova 1-3 acre of gar1 market, but no one wants" imitations. Henry Varnes, of Johnstown, attended pipe stem. Thy mother uses
stage, and this stage of the crop I I den truck They are dangerous things In the medicine the shaking. of Duncan U. them to see if the cake in her oven be
is the 1 line.-Adv.
most critical Its existence and Class in Plant Production Fletcher Monday afternoon I
2 is the time when cultivation should i i 1. Roddy Crosby, 7% acres com, Mr. and Mm. L. P. lUrdee, of done. Thy brother picketh his teeth
"lt! continued. The laying-by Ideas at peanuts and velvet beans 0 .
1-3 acre Gainesville
; motored to Lake Butler with them. Yea
a certain period of the crops' production ] Irish potatoes and H" acre garden Yew i Do More and were guests of Mrs D. F', Floyd. ': doth they serve thy
is not a good agricultural praeI I 2.. William Struth, 18 acres of corn They) visited the state farm while here sister in darkening her eye-brows'in
tice.AGRICULTURAL. '4 acre of Irish potatoes and H acre You are more ambitious and you get more Noble; Boyd Armstrong has con
.--- of tomatoes. enjoyment out of everything when your relum nection with her
ed from the paint
university of Florida
bloc: d is In good condition. be pot.
El Impurities 1 In
limn: PROJECTSThe I 3. Walter Kuhl, 1 acre of corn I the blood have ing unable to finish the term on account
a effect
very depressing
4. Lacy Rigdon, lacre of corn and the system, causing weakness laziness on of ill health. Where thou findest factories and indus-
following as a' statement of I beans; 1.8 acre of strawberries, 1.10' nervousness and sickness." O. K. Armstrong state secretary of

II:', home projects of the pupils enrolled acre of onions. G OVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC B. Y. P. U. work for Florida, of Jacksonville try, thou (findest .me, verily, I am a will-
in the Smith-Hughes! Agricultural 55. Lee Morgan, H acre of truck returned
I restores Energy and evening fora ing
Vitality by Purifying!
u school!! of Florida lent to the undersigned I crops. and Enriching the Blood. When for short visit with his parents, Rev. servant, honest, and receive no
( by the state supervisor of agricultural i6.5 ,,,, Kelson Green 2H to 3 acres of Its strengthening invigorating! effect you ace and Ain W. Armstrong.. wages.
education Prof. E. A. Haynle .uny beans and truck crops; also has bow It brings color to the cheeks: and how .
: prepared a good sired sweet potato it improves the appetite will then
t : S Altha-No. students, 19; total scope plant bed for propagating sweet potato appreciate' Its true tonic Knowing my value, the government

, of projects, 7 hog, 18 acres; av. scope .plant*. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC placed no war tax
per student 1 acre. !1,7. Carrie Lee Green, I-Ie acre of in not a patent medicine. It is slmpt!) WOODPhone upon me. '
y Bonlf. -No report made. tomatoes. IRON sod QUININE suspended in Syrup
G"enllooro--No., students, 10 Total "v' C. E. POPE,
; So pleasant even children Use It. The KING
{, scope of projects,, I hog 1 row 120 Agricultural Teacher. blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRONto V
poultry 7 acres; av scope per student Enrich It, TheM reliable tonic I prop' 13, Cooper 1 am a Broom
.7 acres.GonsalesNo.. ertie never fall M drive out Impurities in !
students, 88; total R1B8KXBKKBSI1P the blood and Snellgrove for J' '

scope of projects. 86 acres; av. scope | YOCR FRUITS AND VEGETABLES The StretmtlfOreatLnf Power of GROVE'S Quigley Quality Brooms
V per student 1 acre.Largo V TASTELESS:: : Chill l TONIC has made it
-No, students. 15; total scone 1,1 SEASON ALSO EGGS the favorite tonic In thousand of notne* your wood. Prompt MADE IN
'_ of projects, 7 acres; av. scope per student More. than thirty-five years ago fuls* STARKE
H acre. Received would ride long distance to get GROVE'S delivery and $1.50 We
Lemon City-No. student.! 16; to on cOlU a'nment. TASTELESS: Chill TONIC whenmember a can't make'em'better. I

tal scope of project.!. 1 hog 4 cows. Highest market return of their family had Malaria or worth sold for
479 poultry, 11 acres; av scope per Promptly made. Will burl needed a body-buUdtng. strength-glvl! 1.50.
tndent. K acre tOl C.c.Tbe formula la Just the mum today
Madison No. students. 22 tots outright if price are right. and you can<< Ret it from any clnta1
tor*. Me bottle.RubMyTism _.
cope of projects. 22 acres: av. scope Hayward Kaodolph Cool Market t Cooper & Snellgrove ..
) g Don't -- -- -- --
} per student. X acre.Montverde Always Blame Hens When Eggs I '
-No. students, 12; total 40 C. Bay St. Jacksonville la a great pain killer. are Scares where rata travel If there, RAT

cope of projects, IR H acres; a v Reference Atlantic Nan Bank It rwltevce, pain and soreness caused Starke Rats may be getting then-U. S. j SNAP wiH get; them positively. Three "
cope per student. 1H acres. by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, U ,Fla. how government bulletins prove a Izes, 26c 60c. '1. Sold and guaranteed -
''S S Pahoke*-.No. Stadent. 12; total tcAdr.. to get them. Break cake of by
RAT SNAP into D. C. Jones and Mitchell'
small piece: and put Drug Store.suatlus' .


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day and Sunday Jr. to Jacksonville Friday and Saturday. Jacksonville Wednesday
: i Bill Newsom of Ziff was hereon O. L. Thomas of Jacksonville
- I Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son Clarence Mrs. I was
TIIERESSA spent Saturday with relatives at business Saturday. shaking hands with many friends in

lIayne worth. Robt. Price of Starke visited here Lawtey Thursday. ..

Theresa May 7.-Mrs. Alice Jones Fred Hazen motored to Lake Butler Saturday. Itev. J. C. Diggs, of Starke filled
Misses Leta and Linnie FogK;, students his appointment at the Methodist
afternoon.Mr. .
County News Itemstetcreattn hat returned to her home at Miami Thursday
I t school at burke church South Friday evening.
after a visit here with relative and !Mrs. Bloxham Ward and of the high Rev
Hlanton Owsley was a visitor to 1 son, Misses Olga and Thelma Ward, spent the week-end with their parents Diggsjreaches:4Ch at this church the 2ndand
.a White Spring Saturday night and of Gainesville, were pleasant visitorsto Rufus Jones was a business visitorto Friday nights.

Facts Gathered Durlne the Week by Our Sunday. i town Sunday afternoon.Ona Starke Monday. A. M. Blanchard and James M. Star
Regular Corre.pondent.. Mint Effie Sloan of Sampson City, I Rita Ward is spending this Miss Ruth Smith returned from Pa- ling are attending the circuit court in
spent Thursday here with her week in Gainesville latka Monday. Starke this week as juror.
Miss Estelle Woodard.'l) Mrs. M. P. Matheny who was on Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Price and Miss Liz lie Byrd was a visitor to

.... 11 JI Sam Swindel Calvin Trie the sick list last week is able to be up Mrs. Jake Roberts Frances Murrhoe Starke Sunday.

John Hall were visitors to Hampton again. and Robert Price motored to Clayno Mrs, M. L. Johns, of Bamburg S.
WATER MILL Green Willie Mac Oliver. Rosa Sur Saturday afternoon. Geneva Harrell, of Old Bradford Saturday. C., was visiting relatives in Lawtey.
rency Messrs Charlie Cone Dave Miss Minnie Hagan returned Friday was in our town Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal were business Ury Gunter of Jacksonville '

Water Mill May 7.-Mri. Phenla Green and Ray Andreu.I. afternoon from Miami, where she had I Several attended church at New visitors to Starke Friday. visiting relatives here last week. was
Parrisn and .on. Tommie of Lake W. Pmbolster Sr., returned home spent a few weeks with relatives I[ Hope Sunday Miss Mabel Byrd and Rufus Jones
s Butler were visiting her sutei. Mrs. from Jacksonville Friday where he ,' Master Homer Sloan of Sampson I I f N. D. Johns, of New River was in were in Waldo Saturday. Sheriff W J. Epperscon, of Starke
1. Mamie Hodges Friday. ha. been under treatment of a doctor''I City is spending a few days this week town Saturday morning. Messrs. Murphy and Willie Price was a business visitor to Lawtey lastweek.

Messrs. Wiley Edmondson and Ernest for some time.J. with his aunt Mrs. S. B. Woodard. i Among the visitors to Starke Mon- were business visitors to Jacksonville .

McKinney of Sampson City were E. Clemon. was attending to business Aleck Wall, of South Florida wasa day were. H. C. Surrency. J. E. demons Wednesday Mrs M. E. Edwards of Gainesville
in our burg Sunday. in Brooker Saturday morning.Mrs. visitor here during the week. G. B. Colson, S. V. Andreu E. Mesdames Will Jones, Alvin McKinney visited relatives in Lawtey Sunday. '

Those attending the fish fry Friday A. L. Greene is 'numbered on George Hall of Folarome, was a M. and G. W. Hazen J. J. Morgan L. Misses Onie and Bunie Graves Lonnie Harley left Sunday for Bun.
were Evan Hodge A. L, Green alldfamlfy. the sick lint this week. visitor here Sunday. A. and H. R. Brown Fred Hazen andA. and Florence Walker Messrs. Jesse nell! where he will spend some time.

E. J. Lewis and family Mrs. Among the Pine Hill folk. attending Thursday night one of the biggest B. Surrency. Ogden Jno. Surrency and Frank Reynolds iihs. M. 1.. Loadholtz of Jackson

Lou Cone and family the fish fry at the Scout Hole events to occur here was an ice cream Mrs. Brown, of Dunnellon is visiting the party at the home of Geo. ville visited relatives in and near our

Miss Etta Water., of Lake Butler Friday were Mrs F. L. Colson and supper wiven by Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall. at the home of her parents Mr. Jackson at Bellamy.Mr. town last week.

was visiting Misses Minnie and Pearl children Mrs. Cone and daughter, Havana !I All the young folks were invited and and Mrs. W. S. Nabb. and Mrs. Jim Graves visited the Arthur Pearce left Sunday for Chat-

Green Saturday and Sunday. She was and son, Charlie Iris Godwin several older ones, also to partake of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster Jr., county seat Tuesday tanooga, Tenn. where he has accepteda
:t accompanied home by Miss Pearl Mr. and Mrs A. L. Green and family, '' the delicious cream and cake which and II. C. Surrency attended the picnicat Roy Birt and wife of Louise, were position with the Refrigerator Car

( ,, Green. and others. Plenty of fish and other was served. A few frames were play- the Scout Hole Friday. (shopping here Saturday. company.

Those attending church at Dedan good things to eat. I I 1 ed by the young folks and at a late Messrs. Taylor and Carefoot of Vernon Jones, of Hampton was here Harold Thomas of Jacksonville visited -

Sunday were Mrs.. Viola Thomas and T. L. Godwin spent the weekendIn hour the guests departed reportinga Worthington, attended the Masonic Saturday. friends in Lawtey Saturday and
(children Willie and Robs Brown W. Jacksonville! with. his wife and jolly good time. Among those pres. lodge here Saturday afternoon. Misses Onie and Bunie Graves and Sunday.A. .
R. Hodges and Evan. daughter. i I Hubert Rouse Florence Walker Messrs. Frank Reynolds -
son ent were Misses Gertrude and Elsiei motored to Lake But
B. of
Ray Andrews, of Brooker Charlie Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Colson and children Hinaon, Gertie Swindel Estelle Wood. ler last week. Schell Byrd and Willard Smith Prevatt Jacksonville visit.
relatives In
Cone and Dave Green were in our burg are on a visit to Live Oak this aid, Daisy Moore Eloise Owsley I Mr. and Mrs. A. Connelly of the motored to Santa Fe lake Sunday afternoon ed Saturday.W. Lawtey Friday and

Sunday. I week. I| Florence Hall Effie Sloan of Samp- : Vanderbilt section, were in town Saturday .
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Carter attended : Ray Andreu of Brooker and Char- non City, !Messrs. Blauton Owsley afternoon A. Youngblood of Waldo was here H. Burt was a visitor to Starke

the party given by Jack Goodge on lie Cone were guests of Dave Greene t( Calvin Triest, Sam Swindel Cecil Mrs II. S. Warren, who was takento Sunday. Friday.J. B.. Mizell of
Thursday. Sunday i I Moore. John Hall Samuel 1 ,Woodard the hospital last wl'ek. returned Truby Pinholster of Brooker, was u Baldwin visited in
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Waters of Messrs. A B. Surrency and J. E. Bill. Gnann and others.. home Sunday much improved physi business visitor here Saturday. Lawtey Sunday.
Lake Butler were visiting her sister Clemons were callers to Starke Mon- 1 Mrs. C. L. Norton and children are cally. Mr. and Mrs. Gid Sparkman of Col. Raymond Moseley was a professional -

Mrs. W. R. Hodges, Sunday. day. 'visiting I relatives at Hastings. R. W. Surrency. of Graham was in Louise visited here Sunday. visitor to. Lawtey last week.

Mr and Mrs. O. W. Thomas attended Mrs I. W. PinhoUter, Jr., of Brook. : J. V. Jones, of Hampton, was a visitor town Saturday afternoon. Lawrence C. Little field secretaryof
t. church 'at sedan Sunday, er, rpent Saturday night and Sunday to town Sunday afternoon. Mrs I. W. Pinholster, Jr., spent the C. E., grave a very interestingtalk CROSBY LAKE
A frolic was given by Mr. and Mrs. with relative. in our section. I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Guthrle and Sunday with relatives at Pine Hill here Sdturdar\ night.
Jack Goodie Thursday Those present Charlie Cone and Ray Andreu were children and Mrs W. II. Sloan of Dr. Colson and daughter of Gaines- L. G. Benrry and W. II. GUI'Dey'ill.- Crosby Lake May If-Miss Louise

were Misties Rhnda, Lnnnie and in the Five Mile section Saturday.A Sampson City motored to Theressa villa, were in town Sunday afternoon ted Hampton S..turouy. McRae attended church at Wateroak

Alva Thomns. of ZifT, Berlin and Al- crowd of young folks gathered at I Thursday afternoon and attended the Suiting relatives.G. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McKinney Lois Sunday.

vah Thoma., Mr and Mr. Thad Carter the home of A. L. Greene Friday Ice cream supper at the home of Mr. B. Colson was a business visitor and Jay Moody epert Sunday at Mrs. Kizziah Benton is on the sick

I' .r Mrs, I'henia P irinh and Mr.andMrs. ; night and enjoyed the music by Miss and III.... M. Hall. to Starke Thursday and Friday. Earn pson. list thlll'week.

i ', Estccn Brown, of Sampson City. Pearl Greene on the piano. Among II. S. Roebuck expects to move his Ardell Crosby visited in the Pine Mr. earl Mrs. Enrny fowling and Mr. Goodge of Sampson City was
Curtis Melvin and Ardell Crosby of those present were Misses Havana family during the week to Brooklyn hill[ section Sunday afternoon. son, visited Mrs. C. B. Roberts Sunday a business visitor here last week.

Brooker Chester Andreu and Eustis Cone Iva Colson, Willie Mae Oliver where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone were shopping II. M. McRae attended church at the

' Kelly of New River Willie and Charlie Minnie and I'earl Greene, Messrs.Desmond Miss Estelle Woodard spent the in Starke last week. Rev In.:,. Mi/iWy, of Hampton, fill. Arbor last Sunday.

r Fowler. Dukes and John Murphy of week-end at Sampson City, the guest Rand Crews attended the Masonic ed his regular appointment here Pun- Frank Bryant is on the sick list
Mr. and Mr.. J. H. Brown were attending Dukes W. F. and Charlie Cone, of Miss Eflle Sloan. lodge Saturday afternoon day.C. this week.

j, to business at Clayno Saturday Mrs. F. L.. Colson.DOBSOX Daniel Batten returned Sunday after Dogan Nabb had the misfortune of B. Roberts spent Sunday at Guilford Mr. Kite of Plant City is a visitor

a week's visit in Gainesville on hurting his hand last week. with his parents at the home of P. B. Bryant.
MSSPR Rhoda and Reba Brown were ="' business and pleasure.The Claud Johnson of Gainesville was Rev. W. II. Gurney visited Monte- Prayer meeting next Sunday nightat

shopping in Brooker Saturday after- crops in our section are looking In town Friday on business. ocha Sunday. the home of II. M. McRae.
-.iobaon, May 7.-N. II. Hurst, of splendid and the farmers are still There will be services Sunday at Mabel McKinney of Louise attended

noon.Mr.. and Mrs. A. II. Warren were in Palestine made a business trip to Ral- picking strawberries. the Baptist by the pastor Rev. Ride- services here Sunday evening..

our burg: Saturday afternoon |I ford Tuesday Percy Woodard spent the weekendat nour.W.. Roy Roberts, of Vanderbilt, spent
Mrs. Verllo Johns and Mm., Maud M. II. Hurst made a business trip to Sampson City with relatives.R. S. Nabb of Sampson City spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. C. B.
Johns, of New River were shopping i Lake Butler Saturday M. King was a visitor to Lake the week-end here with his family. Roberts UNDLEHOTEL.
in Brooker Saturday afternoon i Miss Susie Hurst is spending a fortnight land last week. Miss Sarah Dukes and Miss Markey Mrs. Sparks, grace Oliver and Willie

-- -. j with her uncle and aunt, Mr. ---. -T TI :.- i-i it.i 01 Lake Butler, spent Sunday with II. Maines, of Mounteocha, attended .
ZIFF I and Mrs Jesse Vining of Lake But. SAMPSON="' CITY 1'. Gainey and family. services here Sunday. JACKSON( VI LIE-FLA

rs ler.Mr. The Ladles Aid met Friday afternoon . Marvin Ogden visited Starke Sun- ,
and Mrs, J. W. Mr. and Wropt'Pl Complete/ Modem Screwed!
/Iff. May 7.-Rev. J. W. Woods filled Vining i Sampson City May 7Rev. A. J. and one new member added.= day. >
his regular pppolntmcnt at Dedan Mrs. Richard Kcrce( of Lake Butler McKinney of Graham, preached here Elder Hayes, of Waycross, Ga., held Mr and Mrs, T. D. Dyal. of Ziff, outndt>dfdreamlbamd9.!up-&&itvcoNWctiuvCbweniorvt
Saturday and Sunday. I went on a fishing trip out in this section Sunday and Monday nights. services at New Hope Primitive Baptist visited Mr and Mrs S. W. Dyal Sun. toCvoiytKinj-ln

;, J. B. Thomas and daughter, Alva, Tuesday.A 1 Dugirar: Jones was a business visitor l. ,church Sunday.E. heart cf City Send For t Book leT...
,7 spent the week-end near LaCrosse party was given at the home of to Hampton Friday.Mr. T. Stewart and family spent Sunday day.Frank Beville and wife of Bellamy '' WlItDLI V.S""". PROP'R .
with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shaw. I and Mrs Berry Finley's Saturday I and Mrs. Kaiford Blown gavea at Graham. spent, the week-end with parents.
M night. Quite a crowd of young folks dunce for the folks Friday Misses Ruby Crosby, Inez Abernathy -
Mr. mill I'll. Hud VernoN of Lake attended.! '! young Mr. and Mrs Murphy Price were in
Butler night. and Clara Cone were in Alachua _
? passed through our burg Sunday Starke Saturday. ---
Andrews ..' a-
Fit-d attended the wood +
: cniouto to Bellamy to visit. their | Several from here attended the ice shopping Tuesday Remember the W. 0 .W. picnic on
daughter: Mrs. Henry Howard. I sawing and ice cream supper at the cream supper at Thcreasa. Grandma Baxter was a visitor in May 15th. Everyone cordially invited COFFINS CASKETS
home of ".
+ Willie Connor of Bell, was the weekend \ B. I" Finloy's Saturday 1visiting jVm. j Those from here visiting Starke town last week to come with well filled baskets. And'a full tine ofundertakers'
Ae' great of friend. here. Davis of Baker county, was during the week were Mr. and Mrs. The correspondent failed to make Alex Riley of Ziff, was a visitor ]
in the Dobson
i Mm. J. S, Forsyth and son, Roy afternoon. section Sunday R. M. Guthrie, Elbe and Edith Sloan mention of the picnic and school closing here Saturday. Supplies
i Willie Sloan, Bertha Sloan, Kirby and : here on April 23rd which was a Automobile Uearbe.ilwa .
spent Sunday at Urooker with her Mr. and Mrs. Judson Hurst of Pal-I I I Sim Thomas merchant of Louise, i
Hogan Smith. great: success. All of the county candidates .
Mrs. Sowcll.
mother here
entine was Sunday. ; '. band The best ...
attended church at Mount Zion > on IS.
were here and most of themmade ;
Dr. W. E. Middleton of
Starke. wasa
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and children Mrs. A. Youngblood and Miss Bunie
; t spent the weekend at MItI..aywith Sunday.Richard Glover I professional- caller here Wednesday.Quite Interesting talks in their behalf !- Graves visited in Gainesville Satur- vice at the lowest prices.. Specie! :
and Ardeil
their daulhtt'r.II'! ''. Ethel DenniHori. Drawdy a number gathered at the When the noon hour mare there day. "tt"llflO" to telegraph orders. I
t mode n business trip to Lake Butler home of Mr. and !Mrs J. I). Sloan and was on abundance of dinner spread .

Mrs. It. II. Thomas arid sister Lornie ':,, Saturday.Little Nina. and Edna I surprised them with a birthday dinner that the good ladies bad prepared, LA WTEY qislered; [ Embalmer
are and
it being Mrs. Sloan's 62nd birthday besides this one hundred and sev
spent Friday near Gainesville with
ill at this 'I'Ii
relatives. very writing. The day was quietly spent and enty-five pounds of perch and trout
i I I Richard Glover attended Pentacos- dinner was served under an oak in the were cooked and served. There were Lawtey, May 7.-Mrs. T. S. Stark i I.laWITT C. JONES '
Sunday at the home of J. II.
till services at Lake Butler and Frank of Gainesville
Kelly were Mr and Mrs. L. R. Gain- Sunday.J. yard. Photos were taken of the groupas many people who came from different son, spent I Starke.Fa.COCKROACHES' .
W. Vinning made a business trip last week in Lawtey visiting friends
parts of the ..
they were assembled around the county and enjoyed the ... .
ey and children Grandma Baxter of """"" -""=' -
Brooker | to Jacksonville Monday. table. iccasion. This marked the closing of) Mrs Roy Roberts and daughter, of ..
Mr. und
!Mrs. J. B. Thomas
,, .
the school ] West Palm Beach, are spending a few
O. W. Thomas Misses Miss Ruby Broughton, of Graham successfully taught by Prof
A. T. II. A.i
\\ OOHLAWNWoodlawn ="' days at the home of her Mr.
and Opal ewls. Rhoda Lomie and Alva |'I spent the week-end here with relatives Carter of Oxford, Miss Bcadie Croft parents,
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Thomas and of Lulu and Misses Marguerite Shriven and Mrs.W.,, H. Biggs.

y.'t Purvis Lewis, Abe 1..01.aln..y and Hugh, Ml'.lIr'.1 I May 7.-Mrs. Roscoe W. A. Hunt spent Sunday in Hampton and Eunice Hazen of this place. Mrs. J. N. Peoples, of Palm Bench
and Millie Crosby I Sapp und baby of Miami, arrived I II T. B. Pinholster candidate for rep- was a visitor to Lawtey last week. Mr.

r 1). I). Thomas Forsyth. the week-end 1 i I Monday for a visit with her IIRI'l'ntA.j l Misses Bertha and Edith Sloan esentative, spent Saturday at Gra- and Mrs. Starling Peeples accompanied -
spent at
Mr. ond Mis. S. H. ham. her on her return.
LaCroHHe spent the week in Frog Heaven attending
with his .
Drawdy. sister Mrs. Luke I Mitts Beulah Sapp of Lawtey spent l their grandmother, who has Prof. Wiggins of Hampton was a Miss Essie Thomas, of Jacksonville
t. Minxes Lomle Thomas''i Monday!! with Mms-Marguentc\ Phl'llpM. '- been sick. I visitor here Satulrday. l is visiting friends in Lawtey this week
and Rhoda
n'' attended church i We are glad to hear Mrs. J. D. Mike Futch left Saturday for Jacksonville
at Dedan
+ A. T., II. A. and Opal Lewis Sunday attendS I j I i J. S. Norman and daughter Miss Sloan is much Improved att his time. GRAHAM where he will be in the employ -
Lois shopping in Starke Satur of the Armour Refrigerator Car
S Mr. and !Mrs. Miles I I day.Mr. BROOKCRUrooker Graham May 7.-Mr. and Mrs T. Co.Rev.
Kelly were the PASTE
of his C. and Mrs Dan Starling, of Law. I W. Wasden of Waldo, and children, II. C. Taylor went to Jacksonville ]
/ father
guest M. Kelly Sun fey, spent Sunday here with Mrs. 'May .-J. O. Lloyd 01) I spent the weekend at the home of O. Saturday'; to meet his little u.. suss nun w

l' -.---- ..' --- -- || Starling's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. It'l Gainesville was -a business visitor to W. Dyal. daughter; Estelle who has been attending WATER BUGS. RATS AND MICBIralrhrl.
Thompson. I II j town Friday. County Agent J. O. Traxler of school in Alabama. I :.*. Y.e .._ lie _*.....
PINE HILL j jPine I I' Col. 1). E. Knight, of Staike. ('and I-I I Miss Edna! Baxter U spending this Starke was here Saturday. Miss May Riggs was a visitor to OKDKft FROM YOU. D."LIE"r
unto for state senator was a caller Jake Roberts
week with relatives in Gainesville. was a business visitor
r Hill, !May 7. Mrs. Ada
Kin. here Friday I !Mrs. 1'. !M. Barefoot and daughter.
spy, of (Juim'Hvillc; ., who ha" been vis I K: Kite wax called, to Jacksonville Inez Thursday hopping in Ala.

a sting her rlll..1tll.Ir.! und Mr. J. E \\'..'. day to be at the bedside of his thus, spent HOW'S fOUR BLOOD ? I II
Clomons, tinned homo Saturday- brother at St. Catherine' hospital. I Marguerite
!I !Mrs. J. Shriver and daughter -
ternoon. Slipn* accompanied: by her Mrs II. Drury of Jacksonville, U visitors\
55 and eon. Lewis were Pimples and Eruptions I
parents and brother ,
Alvin. here for a visit with her parents Mr. i: to Starke Friday afternoon.
t II". Jim Colaon and daughter, Cor- und Mrs., S. H. Thompson. I I Miss! BertteThomas left Monday to Mean Bad Blood
lu'liii. of Gainesvillo. were, guests of Misses\ Emma and Ida McPherson, enter the high school at Starke.
hour m ction Sunday. of Maxvillo, returned to their home Fred llazen motored to Gainesville Tpoplo who have impure or iinpover.
Mrssni. I D. J. O. irwn i. and A, B. '!last week after unending throe weeks I inncd blood should be careful to take

Shnw:: wort in lirookvit., Saturday., here the guests of Mr and :Mri. S. H. Friday Tom Chaatain of Lake Butler was only a temperance remedy made of
Mis. Lou Cone and daughter Ha- Norman ,, wild' roots and barker, such as )Joetor1'lCrco'8
in our town Friday morning
vureevero gut'Hta of III r.. Cone's Mr, and Mrs. R. Thornton were bus- t.V.. Pinholater. Jr., spent Sunday Golden Medical Discovery is
daughter Mrs Lula Thomas of Mld- Incas and has been for nearly 60
S visitors to Statke Saturday with relatives and friends in Jackson. yuan.
wav, Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Muse returnedtn ville., InJ.rt\: The
Mr. and MIR." Hob ParrUh and +heir\ home, Jacksonville, after visiting wart to tale this
II, S. Warren and It.. A. Weeks motored reliable medicine
daughter GC'I.tJ'IHhand son, Robbie', relatives here for a few days. impure germs andnoou0mlutiops 1
to Gainesville, Wednesday after The Ford Sedan with electric\
wero guest-< of A. I.. Green Sunday A large crowd attended the King: at blood bepin to separate in the starting; and

Among the guests of Mrs F. I.. Col- Rev D. L. Phillips! Sunday afternoon noon.N.. T. Hitch, of Starke. was trans the eliminative and are then expelled. through ligh ting system,demountable rims with>-inch

noil Sunday afternoon were Misses nc-v. L. Norris will fill his appointment acting buainesa in town Monday after place of the organs.In tires all around is the ideal family car because
Gertrude, Impurities, the arteries -
Pan itth, Minnie! and Pearl nt the Heilbronn church Satur- of its
noon. IInd.Inll gradually pet fresh general utility and refined and comfortable
Misses Viney and Laura Lewis, who vitalized blood
and the action of this equipment. Finely
I i I have been spending a few :weeks in good blood on the skin means that upholstered. Plate glass
I Starke returned home Friday morning pimples, boils cmbunolra, eczema windows. An open car in the spring summer

Miss Mao demons, who has been rash, acne and luuny skin blemishes and early fall. A closed car in inclement
I teaching at ftaldwin, returned home will disappear Then
t'S you must remember weather and winter.
i I Monday after completing a successful that when the blood is right; Rain-proof' dust-proof. In

term of school the liver stomach, bowels and kidneys' the city or the country, a family car. The low

I Fred Hazen and Lewis Shriver motored and become healthy, active and vigorona cost of operation and maintenance is not the
will have
you no more trouble
to LaCrosse Friday night.
r Calomel is a dangerous drug. It is i hazel Warren returned to 'schoo with indigCHtion backache headache.Get least of its charms. Won't you come in and

Doctor Tierce's Golden look it ewer? .
A mercury-quicksilver; and attacks your Monday Medical -FORD
Hubert Rouse spent Sunday In Jacksonville. Discovery) to-day at any medicine dealers GARAGE
bones. Take a dose of nasty calomel today I in tablet or liquid; form, or send -. A. W. & G. A. Anderson
and you will feel weak sick and nauseated Mm. Jno. (children of lUo. for trial package; to Dr. Pieroe'a =- -, "", ..."51 _
Graham Sunday here with her Invalids1 hotel Buualo N. Y.Naw i i 'I Starke
i tomorrow. Don't lose a day'swork. spent =rCC: m 1 Floritia
I parents Mr. and Mrs. R. T. OAt..n. ORLEANS: LA.-I could not eat
1. Mr. Shackluford and Bethel Lamb, anything greasy for It would make me <3 I> Ora;ifcS! i I,: ttfS5 W ss.." .
.I. :;or of Worthington were in town Wednesday so sick at my stomach that I could not :;: :a afternoon.Mr. I
)!'I I Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead! and Mrs. T. C. Hazen and children do and my 1 would work. have It would to sit make down me and dizzy wait ii I -ir1i
Sunday with Mrs. liazen'smother
until It passel away. Then there would i;
r, Here's my guarantee) Ask your back to the store and got your money. Mrs. Connor of Ralford. be sour rising I was told to take
Mrsl R. A. Weeks and children are
druggist for a bottle of Dodson's Take a spoonful of harmless v.g.- I, spending a few days in Starke where Dr. Plorce's Golden Medical Discovery. '

; a Liver Ton and take a spoonful to- table Dodson's Liver Ton toolghtanii 1 I her son is under medical treatment which I did. and I mist s-v that It r 4 !It'

55 sJtfht. If It doe a'I start ;your liver. wake up feeling great. It's perfectly Ray Andreu pent Sunday after- cured trouble me.ever I.111.have..... not I would felt any of this _, m

aad ttrslghtea right better harm!... so it noon with friends at Pine Hill. recommend ----r ? -
you up give to your ohlUrtii I thin remedy with all alth to all who .: '- ._ ,
thaa calomel sad without griping or any time! It can" salirtU, to It' Mis. F. Colson and daughter Virginia have" ."-Ji-u.:. Oiaviia.: No. I -
of Pine Hill
plaklag tick I waat to them .af anything ', 1. spent Saturday 27-40 Frenchman ftreei.
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I! return from only visit home in these to be doing well, but on the eight day | homeward to his dad all burdened at trn o'clock In the forenoon and that ... tt
t : "I went down to report to my tetanus set in, and for two day he 1 j with a string of trout that weighs a tie thereof. lie liutillahed In the Bradford

YOUNG HERO command and saw Gen. Johnston HeI was speechless He was conscious ton or thereabouts. lie caught them County Telegraph, a newaiianer printed. In add

I took my hand and told me he was glad and suffered untold agony. Could he with a pole to which was tied a cotton olio" ..... and that all known credltora and other .
indeed to see me, and asked how I have spoken no doubt his words would line. neraona In Intent may appear at used' time
I In voice I
OF THE SOUTH found my relatives, and that when I have been; agony my lift and place. and ahow ".1'1... if any they have,
and ask whitcher do drift? ,
I felt like it he would be glad: to have you, we why trie prayer at .Id etltloner ahould not
:' There' something wrong; with Congress ... itranted.
I. BY LUCIA SHARPE ALVAREZ II he me 1 isn't come down to his shanty." You eee "I have for my country fallen. sir, when anything like this And It It further orrirreri. by the court that
a bit "st tk-up. Who will care for mother now ?" occur. WALT MASON the. clerk. shell ...nd l>y 01.10 all known
When 1 came in night of my cotnpany creditor. fiotlre of add petition sndhl.. ordt -
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if real- .
This paper was "read at the Memorial women smiled through their tears till I j of "Lieutenant's" come! 1 do not have to tell you of the \\0. m. in a Healthy Child rh.nee a. elated.Wttneea. J',
Day exercises by Mr*. Alvarez. the lust gray-clad figure had dixop | come! echoed through. grief; in that Alabama home, for grief the HonoraMe Rhydon M Call
I out the All chlMrea troubled with worm bays an unhealthy .. ii t
Judnt- Court, the ,
j regiment. IP made almost of and Heal thereof
hero of the South me was
This young was geared f our common heritage.; When on cob r,which lotlirjum twor blood, unit s.. add tilatrlct, thia erd f
J\1rs. Alvarez' uncle, her mother's You know what chaos reigned. The I forget my grief of leaving my dear August the fourth his spirit fled to rule there !. more or to.* stotuncb dlMiirunttco.C.KGVE of.1..koon..m..ln May, A, O. 1920. on day
brother. difficult matter of organizing an army onci-to know 1 was appreciated. that land where war is unknown-to 's TASTU-liS; chill TONIC given roiiuUrlrfurtwonr FOWIN R.

Picture if you will, an old Southern and provisioning it filled months of Give my love to my Annie. God bless watch throughout:: Eternity over his thane wmki will enrich the hlwxl, 1m I Iarw11' WILLIAMS.Clerk.. 'j I ,
}her. There 1".lh.Munition' amid sot m a Oni-rnl StrpimihcnintfTimlc ,
home surrounded by an old fashioned that year. I II j I I His is none like her. None. beloved mother, and to await the com to I"*whule.rms .,em. Nature will tin I i NO11CR (IF ELECTION .
flower garden, with conventional boxwood : -1 Andrew's letter home were full of | denunciation of a slacker was log of his Annie. throw off or dl.I..lth..woruit. ,and the Child wit! I UIn By the powora vr.ird In them l>y th. aihool 'I!
hedge around each bed, and bor. 'the events of the day, and are now I expressed in these words: "Sleep on, Starke, Florida perfect bnKh. Clc-nwinl to ak. BOc im txtuiiI law., of the Hist of Florida. th.. Hoard of I q

dering the walks.A I among my most treasured possesI Army Shirkers, the thunder of Sher-1' April 20 liCO.Wr \ --- I'tiblta Invtrurtlnu of Hradford ('""nly. Flor, i f'

nodding lilac here a Lamarque I sions.i man's cannon will not disturb your ----. I! 11tO:>
rose trellis over there, and there i Time passed, and Joseph E. Johnston quiet repose I The" pelting rain which Picked I'p S t'H'n Large Dead UateI'Ir..t 1f>SO. to .......,*. mhrthrr 8fM>rlnl Pohrail Pintrtrt .I ,

where a bolder sunbeam steals thru, and his men commenced their operations raunes us to shiver like an aspen isonly Morning I'sing Rat Snap Trlurnirale That Ends Cold; L.. No C. Pint* Hill. hal. IK diPtnintmiiod. or not. 1
heard by gently; dropping ; Mnftnurrf of cluriion-. It. Sui-runey, Join ijo .
is the of the garden cab- in jrjou on
big Georgia and
a Tennessee.
queen ,
So Grippe and Malaria
your housetops writes Mr. B. F.. Carpenter, of i | Clvntcma, <*i bage rose, breathing a fragrance: as Andrew in his nineteenth year was causing you to appreciate t (!. rnwKtu
Woodbridge:: :N. J. "We lost 18 small Cold
that comfortable bed all the LaGrippe and Malaria don'ttart
Chairman Ptit.Ha\ .
sweet as theyellow janmine, flinging made lieutenant of Cu.. F., 25th Ala., chicks IntUruvtloit. County
in rich prodigality: o'er hedge and tree i in recognition of conspicuous gallant-I|I: moie. Sleep on! Probably e'rfc an- RAT one night killed by rats, Boughtsom long', once 101 Tonic get: on their KlorlilH.Att.nt }
I other week shall have been numbered SNAP and picked up 7 trail. l> Will ill ,,' Tonic is :
its wealth of gold. ry under fire. Below is a I letter he r. m 101
I i: large dead E R roiTKLU:
The house was typical of the Old wrote of his first battle at lieutenant, I I', with the past, gallons of as noble weeks didn't rats next morning. and in 2 made up of Iron, Quinine and !Magnesia Co Hunt and II.....". B7M4
blood see a single rat. RAT
as e'er coursed the veins of man
South. at Kcsaca: properly proportioned. That
The massive columns of the spa- In Bivouac Camp near Hightower1 I]I':' will be spilt to save that commodious rake SNAP IF good and;) sure." Comes In romblnntltm will beat any cold. Quinine oKiiFii FOil rt'nU'ATION h
dwelling from the for us*. Three sizes, 25c, In Circuit/ Court, Plate '
incendiary torch. r Florida. FI"bt
River J Ga.
rlouK veranda. The stately hall with May 23 1804. I ) kills the disease! t'rm"Iugn'sla!
Lest I become $1. Sold anlj"uarantrl'tlll D. C Judicial Circuit, Ilradford Oonnly, In Chan.
I too for the city )
wally of aged oak large rooms masI I Darling Mother and Family I ....
: : 1 pellt1lIll'n-thlIe Jones and !Mitchell's Drug Store.WHAT'S clears the body of its poisons, Iron T '
sivo furniture in keeping with it all. I know full well your anxiety about 5 invisibles: invincible in peace, .. strengthens the blood. J MITCHFLT.plslnant.: I
in I -- -- - C ,
war the
drop sub. o m
At ol1e.end of the living room was a "Andrew, as I have not written you No wonder ,
joct. Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic e
huge fireplace, within a fire of logs. since about the last of April], when I Hope that our ranks may be is MUIV V.MITCIIELL, I
Gathered about it one evening, earlyin we were in bivouac camp near Dnlton, swelled by the rushing forward of THEMATTER so universally popular. It's the Defendant. I Ih
these home generals to the of logical treatment and more and morefolks It apm'arlnf by affidavit amended the
Ga. Since army
'til, a mother, gentle: and sad, and that time we have been ; I U, Olix In the ahova alated .I''M t
her family of four boys and three girls 'marching; constantly, not halting more i our beloved Chieftain, Joe Johnston!" are finding it out every day."fie V Mitclwll., the defendant therein eauiia nam.( ." (Is anon *

Two of the boys were bearded men, 1 than four hours in over three weeks; I When the enemy pressed close to WITH :!/ and SOc bottles for sale at your ..lcf"nt of the sale of Florida, and the
'not Atlanta, the fighting: became fierce. nuldence, or wlirei'alHinta of defendant, In imyeara .
and the others were like steps down even halting at night but kept on drug store.-Adv.-4 known and I. the
to tiny Ellen at her mother's' knee, J regularly marching: night and day. I On July 11th! 'ti4, in a hot skirmish II In therefore ov.r ordered see that of tw.nty.ane aald. nonreeldenl .. .

gazing with soft brown eyes into that have not had a single opportunity of Andrew had a narrow escape as ho :< THAT CHILD ItuhMTb.11Is a powerful antiseptic \ defendant I.. and la hrrro' re.iulre. .1u t T

dear face, while fche read a letter from writing to you since my last letter, rushed up on the breastworks of the ; {it kills the poison caused from infected aiiM-ar.'" or tn the bi.f ora bill MondqM of compla'nt 17th slot day In Bald of 1rnmr f 9.

the one absent boy who was being educated 'and 1 can't get to change my clothes. enomy After the battle he wrote: "I WHEN CHILDREN:: C.ltOW I'ALKNI : cuts, cures old sores, letter, etc. Vnv, t. fl 107,. otheiwlae the allegation of "'

at a military academy in LaJ 1 I wish I could for I do feel awful dir- came thanks through! without a scratch, ,\ > LISTLESS THE BLOOD --Adv.I raid. Mil will ho taken ai eonfnued by laid

Grange: Ala. j ty and I know I look so-yet all are to my prayers before going: ; in-|i defendant It
MAY BE WEAK In further ordered that this order I.. polo
The husband and father of the in the same fix. II i to: battle and the poem my Annie I I The Quinine That Don ,Not, Ailed The HeadIWtUB IUh.
household had gone to his last reward was in the battle of g ave me, which tented over my heart of Ita'tnnlr nnd tnxpfl'.l{ I.' > V In the TVadftird County Trlearaoh. a newapaner ,
the before <(Resaca and "Oustanulla"t, throughout the battle." PEI'TOIASG.S: MAKES RED TlVb IIKUMtt. QUININE (1nh'ct.) can i to: tukoiiI piihlltihcd In .ald' county and atata.
year leaving his beloved ) came out without a sin. I Igle I I by Biiynna without mu>lnil h.'n.TMiMni rlunhiD Thia March II. 1V 0. (
family just when rumors of 1m I: scratch. My company (F) opened On theJCth of July. '04. during; the i! BLOOD In ho 'lu>.
pending war were rife. \ the battle as skirmishers, advanc- battle of Atlanta our hero cried to I 1--- ,' -.- ----. -- I SEA I.) Cleric Circuit Court,

Reading aloud the mother gave ing' ; something over a mile to meet the 1 his J men: "At them, boys! If God be 'SOLD DRUGGISTS IN LIQUID : : OF THE OWKPKHIIIP: MAN. fly O. A. KNIRIIT.Depuly Clerk.. i

messages: to each brothers and sis 1 Feds. We met and fought them until for us who can be against: usl"! In I| AND TABLET FORM BOTH Al.tMPNT.: : flKCI'I.ATION.' FTC.. HK. R. tl MOSPLKY\ : : 'I

tees Through them all was a note of
tenderness. Interest in the boys, and our troops tn the log breast works pressed forward. A glint of gold; QUALITY ', of ElraiUoril County T*lp.rr.Ih. mbl.lh"d

an admonition to take care of mother we had built. Lt. Godwin was wound. I| shone out brighter than the bayonet wii-My at Hi.rk.. hirlila.. for April 1. mo.Hint. . NOTICK: 0' F1.ECTIONII:
dear and not worry her by any cd in the skirmish in the left hand and sabers, as bareheaded, with face i j .' of )florid. County of llrailfiird.' a.I ft ir th. raw.i.. vrt v1n\ thorn l b y the :oar1.,1 ,
1 i When your child loses color acts I@fun mi. a Notary "I'ublto In and for tValiili ... I
RI"le of FltiH.ln. . .
glorified til Ho rt1 of
'slightly. Also Lt. Callahan charged the ,
thoughtless He four of
act. wrote of honors my company J talks Snd county afnnwaid, iwrvnnally M">IIL I- j
and 1,101. InKlruririm
without of
) not : Itradfnrd
spirit anti doe : : Ooiinly her
he '(privates Lt. breastworks of the snatched riR.. S. Mntthcwt who 1 havingtMi'n: duly **
had won in his class, expressed im- ) Godwin was our First | enemy, I,y ordort. an . Lieutenant. i their colors !and fell play like other children, act quickly '' .worn adrcrtjinii to la... nVtuwa' and aaya that
patience for the vacation which would ] My company lost 14 or I severely wound-i Inw Sniflnl Sob Hrhool IMittrlp.i., on SduMsy.
b. la la. of (ho llrailford (. T'.leuraph 4-
I r .lInlr -
reunite him with his loved ones, and 15 men cut off from the rest and sup- I ed. holding aloft the torn piece of thestare If the condition is not a deep-seated I , Mild lust Iht f..lh..11I1I I I.. to tho Iwtitof May iftih. m'O. for the pitn-o of rl.wtlnirr .
... (
for the time when his education should 1 posed to have been captured. I was and stripes which our family afterward disease,, but merely due to poor blood, lila Rimwlrriirff and belief a trim ....wn''hlor 0151.' "im. |0( I.,. rmln0 th. amount of I l
be complete ilid he would return to just as cool as cucumber and the restored, to the Governmentsanctified give: I'epto-Mangon.! Gude's Pepto- the owni>mhlit. manairi>m. a ., .
]>aiM'r. (Iw rlreulatlonl, ale. (if tint afnnnaldliulilipation For 'h. imriHw. of h Ulttt. tho suM) tp1r !
take care of his dear mother, while j first 1 knew I was on the top of the I by a Southern hero's blood. j, Mangan in just the tonic for pale, thin fur the dnt almwn In the shave lion In nuirlct No. a. Stm-k. the foowln.fmunnirrni || "',
the older boys followed their profcs.- breastworks' urging Co. F, to reserve Tenderly the beloved figure was children whone blood needs rebuild caption required liy the Art of AuHUnt 84.Una. hnv4 loon "I.nln.d l F. T*. IIIh.'. r
sion. 'their fire until the in lifted and carried back, later to be rmliwlleil In .....Uon 449, I'valal laws I" r J. I,. Wk unit T. N. KrnHrlch.lor .
enemy came up ing. It a pleasant tasting, simple and fiiiRiilatlona. printed on the revcnia of tlitM th* imrTHin* of hnltl.nir the mtlil .1.1 *e.
His wonderful mentality and winsome 50' yards. Before the battle I knelt sent to Griffin Ga., to the hospital Inn .
i combination of exactly the ingredients !arm tn-witt in PMrlrt Nn. 4. inns Pr'Tt: *. the ,"'
personality had made him the 'down and earnestly prayed that God there.J When his blood-saturated cloth 'I that increase and I i'I JII.That tin names and addreaffva of the 1 I.! .w Inir mnnnvrm nave Sown .p" -h.'edi H. F. 1'1
idol of the home. Their fondest would look down in l ing was cut from him, found in his I enrich the blood. r editor; tnanairlnv I vditor, and liuitl- !(* hopes mercy upon our {breast his heart I I Beneficial results show almost at mires niatiairi'm aril For She ....r'...... of hoMlnr th. .ttli oloflInn ,
pocket I Ii 'f
had centered about this boy, for he noble, travei-worn soldiers prefect over was this in I'lilillnhrr. K. H Matthiiwa. Klurkr. 1.1. ( In l>. trlrt No. ft, UitU Bprlnim. the, folinwlnir p
was but a boy of sixteen. 'their defenceless heads from danger: i I poem, so strangely prophetic-the one once brighter eyes, blooming cheeks F.dU"., R H. Matthewa. "Ktarke.' Fla.Hualncoa . munturvni hav been anpntntedl . .4 1

Jle wrote: "The cadets are all excited 'and to grant us victory, and to do with given him by his Annie. It yet bears a sprightly step and the whole system M.n.....'... K.; 8. Matthrwa, tll.rko. W. ulMr ift Jonnthan flukes and K. 11_,... 'I' l,
the stains of his noble blood. made more vigorous. Ma.U. For the ntirnniif of holding tlm said) rliIon -*-
'us His divine
over rumors of war between the as was will. Then I That the ownera sot (dive" namra and In IMiiirlrt Nn. S I'mvfftrniNi. *h# fnt
North and South, and if war is de- 'could fear nothing for I felt my heavenly i Pepto-Mangan Is..obtainable, in 11- .lilnmnm.. of Individual own.... or. If a oorimratlon Inwlnir tnttnuffrm hnv loon nnnolnl, ;><11 J. J. d
clared I am going-as drummer, and Father watched over us, and if Who Will Car For Mother Now? j quid or tablet form whichever provt'sthe .. live Ita acme and the names and Ttlflllnir. II. J. TlHrdln and W. I.. Illvlr.Ior .
adilrvMMM of ownlntt lioldlnK .
or ,
with the noise I can make on my ket- 'it was His will we should be spared j I Why am I so weak and weary? ', most convenient. Both forms poe 1 |M>r ctnt or more of flu total amount of .ton In tli District plrln.e No.i>f 1. hnld.nir nlil.follow.Inir .1-| t\

tie drum. I'd soon rout the enemy single 'nothing on earth could hurt me or any i See how faint my heated breath i IHCSS identical medicinal qualities. .Lo..kl.) nmniifrfni have' : hewn pf>olnt.d t II. O. ..1
handed." 'of my boys. I could but Thy I K. H. Matthewi, Btarke. Fl. Il..iIrres. J. I*. sod T. O. CloverM'ttlo.
say, All around me seems darkness; ,[ There is but one genuine Pepto- B. Tlial' the known liondhohlera, mnrttaRepa ::1
A chill gripped the heart of the will, oh Lord, not ours be done." After Tell me, comrades Is this death ? Mangan: and that is "Gudo's." Ask and otlier iwrurity holdrra owning or holding For thf itUHMiuft of holdlnrh..* suM r1f*.. .)1,
mother. Ohl! if this dark cloud hove skirmishing several hours wer 1 l>er coot or more of total amount of 'iHinda,
Oh how well I lion
know your answer; I I your druggist for "Gude's" and look In PlaaiiMrt Nn. 10 VamUrMll. th. fnlUiwlnii -
aeeurltlva i'l
mortgage! or other are I
ering so threateningly should descend wer cordered to fall hack into the To my fate I meekly bow, Nun. menseen have town kpnolnirdr F. M,
and claim her splendid boys! But lit. breast' works. There- bloody fighting/ ]If you'll only tell me truly I for the name "Gude's" on the package. B.!: B. MATTIIF.WS, Normnn It. M. Alva.... und W. F.*. ,

tie Andrew-she smiled at the impossibility ensued which lasted until "night drew l Who will care for mother now, ? !| If it is not there, it is not Pep- Sworn to and euliecrlht.d 1..101. nta this JiOlh Jon For'In the nintrlrt fiiirHMi n.or'I huldln.. Or.I,' <*the.ald'rlpe-|follow.ntf l 'r

of his boyish dreams. The her, mantle o'er the bloody] ,i to-\Ianltan.-Adv.! .. lily of April. llttO. ceo. o. wimu:, mnn ir..m lmv .boon "firxjnt) .d t rhmlny "
baby that he was! Her sunny-haired During the evening (( Saturday)scene'1 I Chorus: -- ---..--- |SI Notary I'ulille. Putt*. Jumps: nrytinld und O. W. Iya!:. l
radiant boy, no tender, so thoughtful i we came in off of skirmish ', J'ISlIIsq My Kimmlnalon, tmilree' Jan 14 1W2II. for the pitrttomi of holding the said <.1!_ 1I
Linn *TI rMntrlrt Nn. 18. New River the f"1- ,I
of her! Ah. God! She had given up ,could be heard but the cheers of our j Soon with angels I'll be marching li.wlnr nutnni" have h4n unpoinffdi' n. W.
her heart's beloved! Must she now troops as the enemy advanced to attack With bright laurels on brow I take my patent jointed 1 pole, which We are proud of the confidence doctors And........ H. W. K.lly and W. M. I'arUitr.

give her very heart's blood ? Suffering us and were driven in confusion ]1 have fur my country my fallen. ; cost Hie quite a hefty roll and hie mo druggists\ und the public have In Fur the ,nnrpiiH** of holrllnv. .th-t paid .1.) .._.
tlon In 1' trlrt No.-11. M"I. . the fnllnw.In0
; anguished fears she knelt and the shrieks of the mangled: and dying, 1 Who will care for mother now? to a sylvan nook. Infested by a bab lifill( Chill and Fever Tonic-Adv.Greeks nmnfiifcni h.". loon *ipi olri4nd" t K R. .

prayed with her children that God the loud thundering/ our artillery i| bling brook, and there I nit, a patient Invliir' ,I. O. IVf.1a.ot nnd It. O. Crawford

would. if it be His will, spare our and the rattle of musketry Hundreds Who will comfort her in sorrow? scout, und fish, and fish, and fish for Mud Use of Tin. linn For In th IHntrtrt<< | uriMnn No. of 111. hnldlnir IIHIIirann.' the th 0.1.. follow.tnniiirf 11)111) *. ,
of I"
glorioifS country the curse of war. Hutif shells and innumerable blue whin- I Who will the trout Oh, my equipment's out f #
dry falling tear The (!reeks In the Homeric time Ire it must come to grant each one] tiers passed over our heads, but none (Gently smoothe her wrinkled forehead, .sight; in each detail exactly right; -.-..n. l>nw ftmldlHh sad J. U r.rtn.nt0r.Ior I
strength and fortitude, to do his part, ''were hurt, only wlirfitly wounding ]i I Who will whisper words of cheer Through Walton's stuff 1 often toil; were fiiinlllnr with the. 1I11'11I11In. Popper the r.'ifi". ...t of hieJillntf tho .nll .1.1 .. "
till mid l lined 1 lit. linn In ni_.trIn Nn. 20. ,t..I....... the follow.ITU1 ..
and that God would strengthen the some. One in Co. B was killed dead j I Even j now 1 think I see her, I study up the works of Hoyle, to eel* ,geld over! liy tn.nUU'PS. have Inn trn.nlml II II.

hearts of mothers that there would be i while lying asleep. Many bullets I j j Kneeling, praying; for me now. just what I ought to buy what kind phucxltin' lit welding Hi'1. fninoiln xlileld WI Ilium., O O .mrrtv( unii John e.*_.
no cries of despair. whistled within an inch of my head I For tl).* itiirtHiP) of liol.HtiK the nM .*U>..

Faster and faster the cloud descend but I was not hurt. I was standing I 1'Who will care, for mother now ? sinkers and my line imported are, and J In (Ihr. culriiH1of Afiiiiii-iiniiiii. Nil ul.! /lion ttmnawnni In ri.Mtrlrt' inn'Morn>Nn. 11. 1'.Iretlne aiipnlntitdi i. th. follow.Inur W. R.. (I f

ed. Then came the news that 75,000| a great deal when I ought not, thus I vastly fine. I bought: my raiment at a liiKlon 1o tin IN found In tli>) "Od.v HrHnnrn !r.*. llrnriri.*n and Arthur "..nn.n.

men without the consent of congress doubly exposing; myself, 1 am all .Let; this I knapsack be my pillow, shop where sporting vestments are on I14'V." |
had attacked Ft. Sumter. right for the next row with the en- [And my mantle be the sky. top. And HO I sit and fish and fish, In l.lHtrlrt hnv. Nn, e?. ftnlford. the. fnlli.w-
won .
nif tmTiri/tr Hnpnlntml i 5 H.
The South arose in all its chivalryto ('my.All I Hasten comrades, to the battle; und think of what a princely dish we'll 1 No 1 1N111b1'h11hU Mare J. II. Rltrh pod fl W. Andrrwon.I .
uphold its states rights. From every day Sunday the roar of battle I will like a soldier die have at home when I return, with all '' HTATKH: IIIH1HICT (1.OIBT the, iMiriMrfie) of hotdlnv the unld rlrn
home the flower of young; manhood was terrific, many bring wounded' :Soon with angels; I'll be marching the trout lets in the hum. But when HOU1IIIKN IIIMTKKT rl.OIHIIA. lion In nintrlf't Nn. tffl. ,..rn. II....,... tinfnl-
In the matter of J. U Frallrk llanaruiit.Jo Inv inv irnnHtrrrM Iron Wt-n nitpnlntrrl C If.ftfvUtrr. .
went gallantly to the defense of; around me but I seemed to be almost i With bright laurels on m ybrow; at last I homeward go I have no tlii mattor of |n the South. like one charmed. During the two> !| ;I have for my country fallen. speckled trout to dhow I have a On thia "Ifro day of May. A. I IJ. 1U20 onreadlntr Knr the tiMririmt* of hnldln. thn add rl.fl.tlnn rr
Leaders I days' battle I was cool, calm and col Who will care for mother now? ? grouch, a temper sore, my costly rig the foreKoinatwtlllon. It la ordered 1 In IHntrlrt N... 54. Ji.hnMtnwn. the follow.Inn .
who would have preserved by ilea that ba
court hearlnii had the .
lectcd. 1 know in not and 1 nothing more. And meanwhile.10hnHon'1I I Ulion mannmrrti h.v. |tern anrsdnledl> t Iraq jr
the union above all were forced by; your anxiety name on the 14th day of Jun. A. II. I Win.: I he- VII en.-., W M. Varn.* and H I., f.r,tTli.T'nr ..
principle and ties of blood to returnto hearing from me In so long but thanksto I For a week or so Our hero seemed freckled] lad goes toiling I II fur. laid ..dourt JarkMonvltlii, In aald dlnlrlct* (I.*. itiirrwMifi of htildlntr. the odd .1.l *.
an All-wise and merciful heavenly! lion In IMMtHrt N... K6. I,.w.i>y. the fnllnwInv -
the Southland lest brother be ar ----- - - - -, - m.". .... hav, bran iinpflntdi .
| Father, I have been spared to write -- -- - -- -- --- T. J
rayed against brother, as was the casein i Tory, W. Fmlwln and A. II Harlfy.
many instances anyway. again.t .for. tri. pitrpop** of hiilflfnir thn said ..I.-ii. h
From out this Alabama home wen Col. Johnston watched me while in i lion In lUhtrlrt N... P 4."' I II,. follow
iI Inv. mNnnirorti h.v. |been snpnnt.lA. A.
two stalwart sons, and then one day the battle, and coming/ me told me I rmirlnHH.. came Andrew all excitement and fen to give him my right hand. I did so iI For the purpfMif ..f hnldlnir the nld r1....- ,
vor. lIe must got! Could he stay and he then complimented me very tlnn In FXntrlrt No. 27, Sampson City, the

here safely sheltered when his dear highly-about my coolness and courage -I I P fiilliiwlnir Mr-own/ nmrmtriru,1.. I. Wynn h.and.. let.Mlltfirff>r>rr ar.polnt.vdt VarnM.. 1(. i..i

brothers were fighting ? : as he termed it. I was very much for thn inintrMo. nf hnldlnv th. unM. .1.] *- ::0>'
Deem fiot the mother lacking in patriotism at a loss what to say but told him I k0,1i tlnn In nifltrlnt Nn. SO, Flv Mil. the. follow 4'
when she clasped her golden; would always] try to do my full duty. Inc munnirora. have teen aptmlnUfl t T. J. .
Dukes, I'. I*, pf-klti and J. M, KolM-rta.
haired boy to her heart and cried, "No He said he expected me to do a great P Yai Tor the piirpnn ..t holfllnv. the sold *l le..
noil! I cannot let you go!" Proudly deal in my Company, linn In DlMtrmr. Nn. at, Rmlrr. the folowlnniNnMir | .

and defiantly he said, "Mother, I am, Brother Willie l is safe. I saw him 1. 5. Rnnlrr*>ni tmv. and. Men J. W.* t J. M. Rosin.

no coward. Do not make one of mel! after the battle Jim Appleby] i fa safe TMm IIT nrdnr of the fluklnii.heard whit** In open l 1

So no more did she nay As a company He, I suppose was in the battle He ew ....Ion thU. the Ath day of April. lfn

was being organized there, she passed us the other day looking tired I I lyNl/MNi!" rimlrman' Rfmrd I. C. 1'OWEI.T.

and the noble women of the town and worn out marching:-like all Oft i iIS. y- County. Florida I'liMIe. tniitnirtlan Hrndfonl, I I

worked together after the manner o \ I have not seen Brother Jimmie Atl. t ; I I,
women of today-making comforts i, yet. Where Is he? I I K. R' rorr-Ki.: ,, .1

even uniforms, for the boys. Tell my Annie I carried her little I Iro'm (0. Bunt and fWy. 41BtflM.. 4'

Then came one sad day when goodbyes r-ar my heart all through: the I I'KTITION FOR AN F.1.EC'TlON

were said. The flowers seemed battle-think it must have protected I This Beautiful Book w. the iimlffrNtirnnd tritim of Jnhnntown
less bright. The birds were mute; a me. Ah! mother it was a hot fight; FREE aub..h..1 rll.'riot Nn. 24, herrby petition
pall of blood seemed over all. Young II, llonoral-'e Hoard. of Puldla 'Inatructlon of
: and it seems a miracle that 1 escaped Pradford.
Andrew and one of his brothers en My love to Sim and Ellen, also Mat- and a Can of 1i&an/ ba held' at County.the achool Florida. hn.for... at an Johnptown election to

listed in the same company which l tie, John Sallie and Sister Mary. My I,Is., on tha lAth day of May 191-0. to .......
was a comfort..indeed. love to Annie. God bless her! I huh an addition lo the area of the. pall Huh, (
For days before there had been th P thought of her in the battle when it We want you to know what lasting satisfaction there is in beautifying; your home net Hchmil forth DMrlet below.No.Tha 14. boundarlea aa already, .1.Un.. .. r [

hurry and bustle of preparation and raged hottest. I I .with KYANIZE. dlntrlet, ... ara now enliitlnii. l>*lnv of the aa paid fol )
then families gathered on the court We under marching orders so Iowa towlfllevln
are : ,
house green; to bid the company fare! I must close. Kiss the dear loved N All we ask it that you try it-on your floors, your furniture' or woodwork. at the Northeaat corner of _'Inn 1. '
Tn. S R., Ranna V0\ K.: then
running Wish
well. Out of this crowd stepped one> ones for me. Oh! how fondly I love .It,"" Tn line tn Northwest corner of flection
a timid young girl-his sweetheart' you and all at home. Lovingly] yours r/ D, thenea H to SW corner of Hertlon 5, thenca
Annie and shyly approached Andrew, Andrew. Direct letters as here- W to of N Ito. of Section e. then
and as he later'write, he would 1Ieverforll.'et ( your:Callahan Co. F.. 2Bth O t<, center of ftotitk Una of .... tofore: Lt. .l Knet: In NW Corner of acetlon 22 thence
An A :
her words spoken at parting:': Ala Regt. Brig., Hmdman V Anuth lo Rimtbweet Corner af _linn 14 :
"May you be spared from the missiles Div., Army of Tenn.) thence Rapt: to New River : Then Northeast
of .'..nw aald. river to Rapt: Una of flection ,
the foe and be granted a joyous return In another letter he speaks of his thenca Norh Vft
to Northea
" to loved ones in peace. She slipped ,- lion til : thenca Wait to corner Northwest of paid Corner cleg.

into his hand a piece of folded paper POLL TAX PAYMENTS FLOOR FINISHA of Paid flection 8ft: thence North to ftouthwcet
and asked him to always it I corner of Reetlon I : thenea Kaet tn Southeast
with him, as a protection against keep dan- Through: a confusion; of date it was tough durable varnish, so easy to apply( that anyone can he sure of satisfactory results and yet BO corner of paid flection I :: th..... North t.

ger. One long: look into his Annie' announced some time ago that persons everlastingly good that leading painters prelor it. hor furniture, floors and all woodwork., of Northeaat heglnnlnir.Corner of paid Bectlon 1. the point

eyes and then he turned to his mother would have until May 12th for the Dries in twenty-tour hours with a beautiful waterproof lustre that, under the heaviest heel will not The additional territory for the .rrantlna
and brothers and sisters-dry eyedand payment of poll taxes. The final date scratch white. Choice ol eight fade-proof colors or "clear." or rejection of which, this election' la petition
Is Saturday May 8th. ad la Uiunded aa follow,
for payment ,
stricken were they, but bravely! fail to that date HERE'S OUR OFFER TO YOU .. I ('"n..I".I ftoutheaat corner of Hc.-
trying not to weep! The bugle's note Persons who toby FREE t'on :aa.i "". 4 Houih. Stan. XO K: thence
Rounded a few words were spoken by will not be qualified In the North lo Dakar county Una, thenca. West alona
the captain, who promised to b& a June primary. Attend to the matter GET The dealerf named blow will fir. yoa ff4> of chart a full quarter-pint can ol aid line tn the Northwest corner of"\"Heetlon'
father at once. C. A. KNIGHT.I. J KYANIZE FLOOR FINISH (any of the eiiht colon)) end a copy of the beautiful bookTlfIS 20. thence Hmith tn Houthweat earner .of Hee
to each boy in his care. The "The Home' illurtraicd. to colon it will from tlon 17. Tp. I H.. Kanp-e 20 1'... thence F.p.t
J Inviting ( i them
company formed a most imposing col-) 4-23-at. Supvr Registration. > << ) you bay a food to center of South Una of Heetlon. I'. thence
bru.b lo apply thc KYANIZE. North to lenter (if South Una- of Heetlon
ulm 4.
Andrew all
and there was little OrvT..telet* chtfl TMetc Ih.n,. Fail: to Routheapt corner of station 4.
else forgotten; -beating his drum. thence North to Northwest aorner of Hectlon
That rat-tat-tat sounded in his moth restore vitality ana ciwtgy by parUytai sod H. Tp e 8., lanes 20 B.: thence F...' on J
er's .ears and echoed irf his gentle An. rlchtoH the blood.' Toe. :rn fern fee! to Ptmwut Quigley Lumber & Supply Company Tp line to VARNFA....Innln... M
tile's heart always after. Bravely theI ...In tDvbturr.:n. -' CKIFflS IIKNRY' Truateea.. W M. VARNKft.(-I..aa.uFRIDAY ,fl L.


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FRIDAY. MAY 1.1928. ,

.. __ .._ .. o' ._: :4 bRAbfOrtD COUNTY TEL CRAPII. STARK} FLORl A. . -:: .

NOTICE : PIOI1I.; and 0" sceount of m" health J and I hereby. announce myself a candidate for re.election .

Carl and Lowell spent the weekendin Could Not i,I not he .1.!.. t. man .n .ctl-s. m.. friendS as Commissioner for District N.. t,
I will yrnatly appreciate soy Butler. and Worthington. During .., In.cumbency .
and take
County' Telegraph Lake Butler with relatives Owing to bad weather throughout can.I vim me. I Rs.pnctfuIl solicIt you. . aupport T.! J. DEELE.In theJon. of the ..rrl..*. I have endeavored. to
friends. primare. the neopl- of the dielrirt a. well a. the
Man.nlr.JI the country, the Delco Light Company per' to the .best of ny. ability, and
Goethe and Smith of county at large
Messrs. To Tie has just a few days longerto CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT have given .atIsfatIun I will
eed af Stoop given you FOR If my aervlce
.; entered a. -
j- and
Published Weekly visitors here Sunday .
:, were II buy before the price advances. As I hereby announce myself' a candidate for appr-eate the support of the voters at the
' the pout-office st ternoon. let beg the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of coming prim."'". C. A. ROBERTS
I .* class matter at Jacksonville spentthe salesman for your county me Bradford county. subject to the action of the _
Starke Flori"a.0 Mr. Sweat of here.Mr. His Shoes yOU to protect yoursefand buy now- voters at the coming primary., June (th. I appreciate I hereby announce myself a candidate forCoutty
1L' week-end with his family The of tWs Important elf cc. for District No. Z. Lake
TODAY not TOMORROW successful the duties Comm aslant\
-:= :. :- :- - '-0 -:-= and Mrs. Warren C. Whitten 'I business man is the man who Cut feel that I am qualified to discharge them. Puller. and Worthington) I promise If electedthut "
_____ served the public before the voters are endeavor to discharge duties atth
and Owner. Having I will
F. 8. MATTHEWS, Editor are receiving congratulation! upon wisely not the man of. .
GETfTlUD OF RHEUMATISM AND spends his money ; well able to Judge. a. to my fitness for the nffio. to the teat Of ? .bmt
the arrival of a eon. born May 1st. who earns the most money that flee and If they. choose. to elect me. I promise Ja:. CONNEn.
visitor to TWENTY-FOUR LBS. j ......1.... Your support
$ Marion Browning was a GAINS I the most and trjoys life. faithful .nd efficient
The account in the Tampa Tribune Jacksonville during the week. BY TAKING TANLAC I, amounts to a card and our representative -. Is respectfully sol"'cited.' O. W. ALDFRMAN. This will ."nou-; that; 1 am a candidatefor 4
Just; drop us County Commissioner from Diatrlofc No. 2. .
of fight between three revenue officers Hamp Andrews and Mrs. A. D. Andrews Moore Co. '
The I
a will call. : In tnaVIng this my. announcement for Cleric La!<* Butler\ and Worthlnirton. respectfully
and twice their number of moon were siwrs in Baker county Lake City Fla. 5-7-tf. : of the Circuit Court of Bradford County., I sol.rlt the vote of ties eitlsena of the district
I, howling where Punday afternoon. "Tanlac not only added twenty-four respectfully solicit the support of the people at the. June primary. election 8. M. DtlKF.S.
in swamp .
shiners a !
exciting -' Tom Chartof: ; t.ake Butler was nounds to my weight but put me In a. .subject to the action of the Democratic" t>rt.jisry I
waist is as : RlfHARt
deep H. C.
the water was election COUNTY COMMISSIONER MST. Na. I
have seen In the movies. In town Saturday aftem on. good health a. I ever was In my life. 1 FOIl This will announce that I am a candidate
a. any we killed and Mi. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes, of Miller aid Augustus: Neih, a well known I SUPERINTENDENT OP PUBLIC INSTRUC. fur County Commissioner for District No. 8. I
One moonshiner was were meats. of Mr. and Mrs. A. farmer of Morton n1.I TIOM respectfully solicit the support of the voters
one wounded and one of the officershad D. Andrews Sunday and Monday.The To the Democratic. Voters of Bradford CountyI at th* primary election to .beheld t. Jun.
[ I "For four I was troubled take this method of announcing myself. a 8. T. nOWLING.
: a bullet fired through hi. hat. This little son of Mr. and Mrs. Sweat' years candidateor relectlon to the. office of Superintendent t
is the third time in two months thatmoonshiners has been quite ill but is able to be out I with rheumatism and indigestion, he I DAVISAgency of I'ublle Instruction of Bradford I hereby, announce myself a candidate for
\ have! resisted officers. again; (continued "and many a day I pave! I County subject. to the rules of the Democratic the office of County. Commissioner for district

I I Mrs. Mary R. Jones is unending! a clean out while working in the field same primary courteous. on June and 8th. painstaking If elected I service pmmls rtn.dured the. No 8 of IKaiford the votera and Lav-try at the. )comma, aubject democraticprimary. .to the action .. r

1 : TilE SEER I I few days. here with her daughter; Mrs.A. and had to lie down until I got Agency Est. 1886 In the paolo ___ __ E. R. FOPPELL.I If elected I promise faithful and efficient
: WASHINGTON D. Andrew strength enough: to get hark to the I I service In the Interest of both my. district .
, I take this method of announcing to the pub- and th. county at large. I respectfully.
; rl'w-.I I Mr. Kinlaw and daughter Abbie. of house. My rheumatism. was so bad lie that I am a candidate for the office of I sol'clt' the support of the) "0"'''. P. J. ROSIFft. I
The names 0 many of the ; ;; Jennings: were the week-end guestsof that every morning I had to rub my INSURANCESTARKE County. Superintendent of Schools of Bradford I
Mr. and Mrs. T. n. nandl.y.Rev. I County subject to the rtilui of the Democratic I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. No. 4
the earth fade in the light I
I ed men of legs: before I could stand up and my Primary. of Jun. 5th. If nominated and e.ct.| I I am a candidate for rv-elcction to the office
of after because their greatness Madjor of Lake Rutlc-r filled that it ed I prom'se faithful discharge of the duties
ages, back was so stiff and painful a of County CommlaHloner for District No.4, I','
his regular appointment appointment t.f thin office. My experience In the ..honl r.fFlorIda .
of the
During mw-u.nrumbeney office I
But Starke
was only fictitious not genuine. I nearly killed me to stoop over. My : . o"k..j
1o I
r at the Methodist church Sunday.' for twenty yean will enable me hav< used my beat endeavors In behalf of the
V the name of George: Washington takes Mamie onnnrk spent the week-en? Joints too were no stiff and sore that cure 1,1 your interests. II J!. WIGGlNS. district and the counly.. and hope my record Is
lustre his character becomes I could bend over to tie shoes. such as to :Insure the auport of the voters at
on more as not my
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Steve I FOR TAX COII.EC'TORJ the ensuing prlniury. J. M. BROWNI.EE.I fi
I better I
-, "Father of htfC: ntry" is well deserved Quite a crowd of the young folk I did eat anything; I was in misery the office cf Tan Collector of Bradford County held, hereby. announce th.t I am a candidate for
subject to the democratic primary to bv CommU-aloner for District No 4. Prom.
} for we know now that only attended the show at the State Farm for hours afterward _was4iar
through his intelligence courage and aturdav night. ever able to get a good night's! rest MnlarllChillI and Fever offc. my time and the people my errvlrmMy . flee If I am elected. I rvapectfully solicit the
,I f.fiO; cures time as an officer stands as an open bookfor I support of the votera at the coming primary.UNDERBILL..
. '.' devotion could this country have survived Carl Macclenny of Macclenny war. Immune my kidneys were so badly l Bilious Fever, Colds! and LaUrippe. It the Innpeetion of the veople of thl" county J. L. .
{! the pangs of birth. It has of transacting business here during the out of order, and last spring my con I kills the parasite that causes the fev- and I a.k you 'l 1 for ymir snp" irt Tlwpeetfully I ]

late developed that Washington had week. dition got no bad I wasn't able to work : er. It in a splendid laxative and gen submitted: B M PO'S LINO. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. IN ST. N.. I
and Jack Naurightwere myself candidate for the
Helen Ralph I hereby announce a
almost divine inspiration when he visitors to Jacksonville Satur- and for several weeks I could hardly eral tonic.-Adv. I take this method of announcing to the clti office of County. Cntnmissioner for District No.
warned the ..: nation against the get out of the house. .ns of Bradford County. that I am a candidate W of T>rii..lfnrd County. and promise that If
young day.Ava for the office of county. tan eoll_',r. sub. elected. I will serve the people of the district I
dangers that would be apt to beset it, Mae Anderson spent the week. "The man 1 hired to take my place 'Political AnnouncementsFOR ion to the .'MI of the voters at IK coming I and the county at large. to the beet of my. ..bll.I .

as revealed in his farewell address. end here' with her parents, Mr. and recommended Tanlac so highly that I SENATOR democratic. primary election refer to be to held June. I 'tv. I respectfully aolicit the support of the
STATE! 8. 1020, and respectfully you my record voters at the ensuing primary.I .
What we quote below from this famous Mrll. George Anderson. began to take it, and to make a long 1 sm a candidate for Slat Senator for the as deputy tax collector the past ..." W. 1-INHOLBTER SR.
We to Earl Whiten IRlh District and will appreciate the support My promise' to the people Is thlst If I
advice are sorry report
document 1s opportune story short I haven't a pain in my "n'l I
very rll'o'.... .
.t the earning primary of m, frIIW elect me I will faithfully discharge the .
on how to prevent the occurrenceof on the sick list body now and can do as hard a day'swork A. Z. .\DKtNS. of the office to the best of my ability. ... I wish to announce. to the.. citizens of County
District 101. fi that I
Mr. Commissioner am a candidate
Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
courteous treatment to all 1 w'll an.preciate *
conditons. If it had I eat three meals ,
certain adverse as man. Commissioner. I respectfully
any Senator for the for solicit
and Mrs. W II. Graham of Starke, I am a candidate for Slat your vote. E. W. HAYES
k been heeded sooner much trouble visitors here Sunday afternoon.We a day digest them perfectly and sleep Fifteenth. Wstrict. which, $ ernbraeea Bradford I, your support at the June primary. H. P. MAY. f
were ud will appreciate the support of m, I wish to to the voters of Bradford conny .
Countr. say
would have been averted: are glad: to report that Mrs. S.lII. like a top every night. In fact I IKtfnocrati countrymen at the Jun. primary. that I am a candidate, for the office of Tax I FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. No. 1

l ",' "The very idea of the power and the Morrell who has been on the sick could not ask to be in better health D.K KNIGHT. Collector and I respectfully solicit your. sup I the am County a candidate. Board for of re-election Public Instruction ae a memberof for

,: right of the people to establish government : iiit for several weeks slowly recover and all the credit is due to Tanlac." port at the coming. primary, ,J.June E. DOUGLASS 8thRespectfully. Plirtr'ct' No.1. If I am re-elected" will continue I
.4 ,r presupposes the duty of every Inll' Tanlac I is sold by registered druggists FOR hereby REPRESENTATIVE announce that I am-CBOTir a candidate for my. rfforta. to serve the best interests of .
,;\ individual to obey the established ,Messrs. Dan Howell and PuchheavT everywhere.-Adv. Representative In the Legislature, Group No. I. I take this method of announcing to ther'.mtcratle the County L. C. POWELL.
. "n of .. visitors here I rnpeetfullr aol cit the support of the voters voters of Bradford county thst I Iam
All obstructions the Oluatee were over
to ,
government.: primary' .I..tlon. a candidate fur the office of Tax Collector" FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. N. I J
the .omln
.: execution of the laws all combination Sunday afternoon. a JOHN J. BLACKWELDEn. I promise if elected to discharge the duties of Ihls will. announce that I am a candidate
. i. and associations under whatever Wash I. Roberts of Olustee. spent FARMERBROWN the office to the host of my ability, always. giv.Ing for reflection as a member of the County.
: here withhis This will announce to theeltl..n.. of the It all my penonal Board of public Instruction from'District No.
Saturday night and Sunday .U.nt'on.tiny
f plausible character with the real design : .
: county. that 1 am a sandldate for Representative O SAIT. 2. I respectfully Solicit the votes nf the cltl-
to direct control counteract or family. In Group 1. I respectfully. solicit the support tens of the county at the fortheomintf primary.P. ..
awe the regular deliberation and action Barnard Jacobs of Lake City was Say Samantha been down to the of the voters at the democratic primary to FOR TAX ASSESSORI M. PADGETT.I .
his Mr. and Mrs. be held In June. CHAS H. PEGI8TER. am a candidate for re-election to the office I
the of
.'. of the constituted authorities are : client parents mail box this morning of County Assessor of Taxes and will greatlyappreciate
that I candidatefor
; destructive of this fundamental princlple << George Jacobs Saturday and Sunday. Yes, and here is a letter from De- In the support of the voters In the member henby of announce the Board! of Publ am' a Instruction j

': and of fatal tendency. They Loca Lee Cason spent the week-end Witt C. Jones. Wonder what he Group I am No.a 1 candidate, and respectfully for Represcntatlv. aollclt the .up- coming. primary. election.. f ;.1'' verve to organize faction to give it an hefe with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.D. wants ? Ain't running for office is port of the voter at the coming primary. election H. D WAINWR1CHTFOR faithfully discharge the duties of the off lea.
If elected 1 I promise to serve th. countycarefully and serve the county at I..... to the best of mynb'litv.
C. Cason. he I
artificial and force to ? SHERIFF
extraordinary .
, ; and faithfully In an effort to atop the ') I respectfully solicit your vote at the
put in the place of the delegated will Shepard Moore and Bernard Jacobs No I guess: not. Let's see. By gum, present tendency. toward Increasingatate taxes .I, hereby announce myself' a candidate fuvreelection primary. election. In June. J. O ..DENNISON.FOR ]
( to the office! of Sheriff of Bradfordcounty
r of the nation the will of a party often were visitor to Lake Butler Sunday.FIVE , here is another price list and here is at every session of the lecrlilature.PINHOL8TEH It re-elected I will\, ... ,in the tart MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. N. II
a small but artful and enterprisIng S i my bill for last month. 'Taint much _T. B store' no pains. In the full. discharge of all the I am a candidate for member of the County
minority of the community. MILE but a good: business man mutt clean FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP TWOI duties of the office. and I earnestly' solicit th Honrd of Public. Instruction for District No.
: his books . myself a candidate in support of the voters at the ensuing primaryRespectfully. 1. and respectfully aolicit the vote of *
However combinations or association up every month big or IImalltbat' hereby announce W. J. EPPERSONThis "
Five Mile, May 7.=Mr. and Mrs. R. Group Two for nominatIon' for the office of of the district at the primary. election
of above I'll
1 the description now and sure tend to '
may Representative In the lie-Mature. from Bradford 0 '"ne J. 0 R.\' XTI'R. 1
E. Fairish Mr. and Mre.- W. G. Par. will to the cltliens of Brad
..' then answer popular ends they are that first time I g6 to town. County.. Florida sutjeet to the action of announce
1 ., likely In the course of time and thingsto nub Mr. and Mrs. James Goodge: Mr. Now here is the price list of a lot the Democratic Primary. to b* held June nth ford of county Sheriff that respectfully I am a candidate.. solicit for the the suit-office FOR ('ONSTAIIIE-DISTRUJT NO. C :
and Mrs. James Parrish. Mr. and Mrs. I 920. I reepectrully. solicit the support of All.Democratic 1n announcing myself. candidate for Conma .
become potent engines: by which of new goods he's just got: in. Now.that'a I port of the voters at the primary election June a
Russell Pnrrish Mr. and Mrs. Norman voter. and. if elected promise kt h. If I amIeetcd. I will fa thfully discharge, hie from District No. 6. Bradford county. I
cunnning, ambitious and unprincipled Misses what I like. We" look this faluiful and conscientious ...rvl.... the duties of the orr",.. P. 8. DENMARK. submit the following I.m a native eltiaenof ,
r men will be enabled to subvert the Parrlsh Mrs. Martha Parrish over and see what we will want, next EVERETT M. JOHNS! this county and hav. been constantly. asso
Gertrude Parriith Mae Duke Norm elated with Its. .111..... and Its interest,
power of the people and to usurp for time we go to town. FOR SUPERVISOR OP REGISTRATION havingp
) . themselves the reins of Dekle Willie Mae Crawford. Mesr Cy Perkins was in at court and Ibis will announce to the e'linen' of Brit*. 1 hereby announce myself a candldire for ree t my lifetime here and 1 promise that if
-g government: Joel Julius and Robert Farriari says ford county that 1 am a e.n..hl.for. Repr. ctlon to the office of Supervisor of N..I.".. T am honored with this office I shall discharge'iitlrs .
destroying afterward the very engine John DeDitt Jones just got in a big lot of .entatfve In group 2. If I am elected I will. t'.... *or Rradfrrd county I respectfully aol\ '"- .' of the pTice to mv utmost ability.
, tl which have lifted them to unjust do Shepard and Math Dukes attended the I' Enamel Ware of all kinds. He says put forward eve,.,. possible effort to stop theunnecessary cit the support of the voter* at the eneulo.Ir.mar and without fear or favor If 1 have your. confidence .
minion." annual finh fryand picinic at Scout the all out to court expenditure of imhllc money and ., and electnj I will. a. n r . andischarge I will appreciate your vote on June 8th.
: were
1: ; Hole Friday. They report a pleasant ; the continual raising of our slate tax rat to the duties of th* ultlcr' ,llh. pictfully. FRED O. JONES.
they were thick as flies around a molasses pay salaries to unnecessary" i.ftlre.JAMES' ... and eonnepy. A. IW'HIFOR :
ECLIPSES; dav and plenty of good things to eat. barrel with the bung out. HereIs RKYNOLDS I hereby. announce that I am a candidate for
: Mises Mae Duke and Thelma COt'NTY COMMISSIONER MST.! No. Constable In and for District No. 6. I have
Fletcher were week-end guests of the new list fOR COUNTV JUflI.H I hen by announce niyso.f: a cuml'dme r. had. exptrlence In this office and If I am elected
1 am a candidate for county Jttriire of Krai1ford re-election as County Cummisitlpnci, for TVtrict will be able to give good. ......i.... I will
11 ; Mother Earth: had threatened to Miss Norma Dekle. Spring Tooth Cultivators $10. county and hereby announce my ran.I No 1. subject to the aeilon of th. ') th.. support of all\ voters of the dis
4 + stand in the moon's light for a while Miss Hattie Duke, who has been 14 tooth cultivator $10. lacy. In the coming primary Jnm I I'" ocratlo prlirary, I respectfully .,,111'1.h... //,1. JACOB J. JOHNS.
visiting in Havne worth returned to Having lived n the county all of m, !11') .. a"" port of ton volirM at said primnr\
2' Sunday evening and she, kept her Fowler . ,
: Cultivator $12.00. ,.
served It in a public v>ay' L.r several v O.I ff ID1 candidate' for the office of Constable
"1'1'm".... Th< performance was plain. her home Sunday. Shovel Tooth Cultivator $10.00. feel. that I can efficiently' ,perform the .1..1.| I for District No. 6. subject. to the action of the
Oren Kirke and Julian Dc-kle had lof said office. I soiled .", sup 1"'" .r m I rrr<'-hv nnnnunco myself eand'diII ... I ilemncratic voter at the coming pr.mary.. I
; ., ly seen by those who had been waiting as guests: !Sunday Dana Duke Cecil Riding Cultivator. $75 to $100.00. I dftnoeratie voters and tf ,-..., "'r.n-.. . "'11'1.. of r'oMWv: Ctmtnips chit for am conversant. with the dutlea of the office
for The conscientious' .*.'.. R. t.T" v No. 1. l-eilr-tine. and
it. moon seemed to wear a ful and per A Irotldence If .10.1 I and able to discharge thim. anil If elected. ,
look of Drew and Marlon Drawdy Fertilizer' Distributor $9.00. ..111\ faithfu'lv! d!.ehai..c the tit i .I.. ; \'.' promise to devnte my whole time U> my duties.
arifulfill at the last moment T. J. Dukes and son. Zell. were Sweeps 10 In. to SO in. I hereby announce mvsulf it eanH d".r . flue lo the .bent of my abilityH.. Your aupport Is earneatly solicited
r ; Just. like a condemned mnn when the nhonpinir. in Lake Butler Saturdav. I offle* of County. Judge of Bradford C H. WIU.I'M- (..::0. E. ANDRETT.

"""ir CBp |t. paned over his rwij.( But Mrs. Beanie Brown called' on Mrs. Gophers.Bull ----- ----

; at the npTinintml, time it rime out Dokle. Saturday. Tongues.
- Bgnln, smiling. Meftsrs L. G. Johnson D. I. Blum, hoes jOe to $1.50.

Why is an eclipse ? Is It because Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke were guests: Plow lines 65c.
pf Mr. and Mrs. P. P. tIckle Sunday.
in th- scheme of nature there must be Horse Collars, $1.75 to $7.RO.\
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Drnwdy were !
variety Or is It because nothing Innturp In Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr*. Thom. Buggy Harness $19.00 to 3500.. .

must he perfect? No, that as IIl'ndrix. Extra Buggy lines', $5.00.

*, cannot he, for If so chance wabbling: Romeo and Nelson... Dvkle were the Extra Buggy Bridles $4.50 to $4.85.! Tested Eighteen Montlis ... t-
'1 of Mother Earth could not ho fore. guests of relatives! and friends hero Show this to Ole Oleson when he I (

told. This eclipse\) was foretold perhaps Saturday and Sunday. comes In He may want something. to Prove Perfection

' ; twenty vrars! ago. Astronomer Mrs.. <>. W. Johnson and childrenare Let's get Cy Perkins folks to come I I

I- make visiting in Pnlatka. evening and Mr. Olesonto
such cumulations and put themin over some get: '
pigeon: holes to bo used when the P. P. tIckle was a business visitorto tell us about the time he was elected I TWO years ago a puncture-proof cord tif ] '

.. time along. he Dukes Monday. ,ito the legislature in Minnesota. I JL was unheard of.
comes Eclipses can Lnjerzew'pfMany
Mrs Runce Thomas of MIdwav end bet it will be rich to hear him. 'I

calculated with to their the minute durations years mid beforehand what. Mr*. D. I. Illume visited Mrs. tIckle I Do you believe he ever was at the experts believed tKe final deveJ p. 4 LE E Cdid(

parts, of the world they will be seen Monday Mrs. ;Clara Duke is visiting<< relatives )legislature? tnent in pneumatic tire-making had been ftmcture Proof

-. The times set do not harmonize exactly in Havnesworlh this week.Mr. Yes he says so. He may be smarter reached' with the production of a Fabric : -
and Mrs. R E. Parrish visited than he looks. Lots of men get -
with watches 'l
our because the
astronomers the LEE.
elected the puncture-proof only one '
their daughter Mrs. Eva Renfroe, to legislature that ain't ,
must also take Into ccmsiceration Sunday. so very smart but they can vote if Motorists naturally looked to LEE for a / _ '-ii" _
the pun 'e
refraction of the light, tells them how
Nome one they want
Mrs. And Miss Blume were guest ture-proof cord. e/ ,
which makes the eclipses appear to of 'Mr*. W. T. Parrish Sunday. them to vote--they ca ndraw their 1r te

happen a little sooner or later than Math Duke and sister Miss list- pay alright. LEE has succeeded in building such a tire If .. I _ _

stated as the case may he. while they tie attended divine services at Surdis Dinner ready ? Well so am I. lice all the economy and resiliency of the best f

really take place just at the time set church Sunday --------- cord tires. It practically eliminates blowouts,

In the nlmnnnca. Tt is remarkable M. I.. McKlnney and Master Paul For Governor tread separation broken sidewalls and other /
that astronomy which deals with oh Edenflcld. of Lake Butler were business common tire troubles. And it is positively punc t-i

jerts millions of miles away, Is really) visitors here Saturday. ture-proof Vt:
In I
the Our section I II well rcnresented
only exact science while scientist
the county seat this week court being For -months this tire was cruelly tested y
dealing with earthly and easily examined .4 'f
in sesiiion.
p objects] use a good: deal of guess .. before being offered to the public. It rode as ,

L. work and theory as well as-shall we I lightly] and at smoothly as a cord without the _ _

r. say UT-bluff. But then' astronomer puncture-proof feature. It was as economical

- can work out their problems by the on fuel and oil. It was easier on tubes. And- -

t rules of mathematics and the law o If I it outlasted cord tires that were not puncture. '

mathematics ill the only prefect man proof! \ 4 _ -

J fentntlon on this Imperfect earth. .. '1"'I"j" .. I Let us demonstrate the of the
v : .' .::! ..' : economy neW'LEE -ti
J The way eclipses can he closely foretold : ''' CORD PU IURE-PROOF _ _
f show how '' .
TOjrularly the machinery !I.- /I"
-s ;
of the heavenly bodies
runs. They I v6.
. have been of jrreat service in stlmi GoldHorseshoes 77- 2JUtif t. '

latin? astronomical studies, and the I \ C, 'O4e-i

? shape and orbits of innumerable star c14 -

are at present better known than the Gri : & Johns S

l distances and positions! of topopraphleal -

,, ( objects in many parts of the ,
-. Expense la not efficiency.

Don't pay for gold horseshoe f "\
\IFORH) COIdo5 4
when you buy your printing. 4 I
: : I Puncture '
,S Raiford. !May 7.-Marklcy Johns of Sensible printing on sensiblepaperlIammermil LEI Proof \ _

Starke' Will a visitor over here Tuesday I[I Bond _

afternoon.Mrs. TiresSmile.
I will and
Dorothy Rchellv, of Jacksonville for you money Vote For
'. is the guest of Miss Helen Nauri get you. '' '

"ht. That is the kind of work we at, Mi1es -.
Mrs. W. W. Farnell and son, Wil. do and the kind of paperwe Van C. SHearingen .
bur. Jr. of New Smvrna are the

truest of Mrs. S. M. Morrcll. use.

itor Herbert over here Rltch Sundav of Starkr afternoon.wee a vis. Use More PrIntedSalesmansnJp. He stands for clean politics,

hemp Andrews Marion BrowninK. Ask us honest methods and a square ,
Brady Rosier' and Carlos Johns were .

visitors to Kinirslev Sunday. COUNTY TELEGRAPH deal for everybody.
:: Mr. Drew Addison... and children BRADFORD ..J

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1 program, refreshments and a pleasant of Jacksonville, Saturday. SPECIAL MASTER'S BALK" beet bidder for cah the following dnerlbed !.'
evening socially. Notice fal "Ivrrhr given that under and lirvirtu land situated. In Bradford Count, florid .
The of that orruin final docra of fonctae.ur to-wlti > .
r strawberry shipments are fal- made and rendered My 8, A. D. j
1020 Th. Woet Half of the Snuthraet
Bits of LocalInformation Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs. ling: off. a. the berry season is draw !bl' the Honorable Ja."... T. Will./ Jud.. of and the Wnet one-fourU of the East Quarter Half of
Arthur Williams tendered the use of ing to a close. The prices of late the Circuit Court. In and for Bradford Coun- the rlnutheait Quarts of Section I
have been tl'. Florid, la Chanerry tlttinc, In that certain tttt, Township tour (141 South Ran.,. .
their from $5 to f6 bushel
per ....
popular cafe for the sale] of ice 0. whrrriu Lak Bulks llank, a corporation (I5)) Kwt. being In all One Hundred I.
cream, pies and cakes for the benefit complainant, and C. A. tiainrr. arrra more or 1... tool 'N
of the Methodist church repairing CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING and Louanna will Gainer on..r for are pale defendant brfore ,the the court undvnlitned D. E. KNIGHT.gpeeiaJ .

fund. Mrs. H. M. Snyder managedthe POR SALE -Tomulo pUnta, roe per 100. II.75P hone door at &\ark.. Florida, between tSeli'nal WaiUr. In Cbao..!'). ,
G./y 0. ....,.... a..."..... ...1Trq.w sale, and was assisted by Mesdames ..r l.ouu bred .'Ium.. Stark. 4.10.21t( lieu, of Bale on Monday the aeventhdar JOE HILL WILLIAMS. 5 '
_. JUlie A. B. 1U20,
to the hiibuet and Solicitor for Complainant.; B76l4
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(I M c; .f T..n.. J. W, White, G. C. Sweat andA.
H. Green. The ladies realized the FOR SALE-One good young horseor .. .j
1 mule. A. II. Green, Starke. 5.7-tf ...
. .. um o $37.12.Senator E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER \\tl
---- COllI-ANY. ::

John Sapp, of Sapp was in town of lumbago. I FOR SALIC-7 head young stock cat. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA "
Duncan U. Vletchcr spoketo tie, including 2 good milch cows. J, COMPLETE FERTILIZERS '
Friday. a large and interested audience at W. White, Starke. 5-7-41. FBHTILIZBU MATERIAL
I J. F. Wilson, of the Providence"section the court house Monday. He is a ,pftATBnR v 'I'

Men's Work Pants, $2 to $3. Stump' a well known extensive farmer, charming and convincing speaker and WANTED-Will best prices for I 11't.ECTICIDBS.' ;
had business In Starke during the his. address heartily pay i \
was applauded PODLTBT
second hand ,
o. Gardiner, of Gainesville- ,*was inj!I week. from time to time by his hearers. During Graham.Ford Fla. cars. J.. P.G-7-2N Roberts ; Writ for ....,Prle* Uete.1 Hat the l*!!..with Qa.lllr .

town Tuesday. his stay in Starke he was entertained ,
Messrs. R. S. and Ernest Griffis, at the hospitable homecf Col. FOR SALE-Between 600 and 1200 tl
can Florida. .J. F.eyrup gallon and 4-80-2U quart father and eon, of Raiford, had buttress and Mrs. D. E. Knight. head of stock cattle. Apply to R. J. t
in Starke Monday and made a Andrews, Dukes, Fla. 4-2-Ct I GENERAL INSURANCE \

A son was born to Mr. and Mr. J. pleasant calf at our office. Mrs. 1.0r'nzo'Grl'm has as a guest .

M. Dubose April 21st. her mother, Mrs. Dees, of Mayo. FOR S.\LE-Two Jersey cows, fresh HAROLD C. WALL r
J. L. Peek and family left Wednesday with calves] ; give two gallons each

I'rof. F. G. Schcll, of Lake Butler, for West Palm Beach, where they at milking Terms $25 down $10per

had business in Stark Monday. will automobile.The visit relatives. making, the trip by Is Mrs.visiting B. W.her dodges mother, of, Jacksonville Mis. A. p,, month. D. W. Alvares, Starke. STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE

Hoffman. CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write forprices
T II. Rimes, of Dukes, made our of- BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
and ship your ties of all
Woman's Club will meet next
fice call Monday.
a pleasant
: Wednesday afternoon, the 12th, at 4 Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Prlester, of grade to Cress Manufacturing Co., ',,
o'clock. Mrs. W, B. Harvard, hostess Lake Butler: were among the visitors Jacksonville, Florida. 3-5-20-lyr' t
Rev E. D. Boyer, of Lawtey, was a -.-
to Starke
Subject, Finance. Monday
visitor to Starke Monday. W A N'JE--: ] ome good sweet potatops. -

Mrs J. G. Alvarez, ,of Jacksonville State price wanted and how 2ND PRIZE FISHING
Hon. A. D. Andrews was among the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swanbom, of many you have to 1Ial'V.. R. '' CONTEST
Raiford visitors to Starke Monday.T. I Euu Gallic, with their two children, I is visiting relatives in Starke this Strickland] Inverness, Fla. It* Y
are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs week {
A. Swanbom of Saxton. $20 Given in Prizes
II. Halligan, of Leesburg, has FOR SALE-At a bargain 20 acres } I
been in Starke during the week. W. C: Cason, a well known citizenof Clay county land, east of Highland,'
Automobile tops and cushions and the Raiford section, was a visitor to Fla.] If interested write me for LARGE MOUTH BLACK BASS:

I automobile painting-that's my line. Sturke Monday for the first time in rice. F. C. Uolingcr, Shelbyville, lit Prize. $4.00 Selection of fishing tackle.
is home
Elmer] Hill, of Jacksonville, Let me make your old car look like several months. 111. 4-lG-6t.-
nursing: a broken arm. I new M. Leviton at Fireproof Ga- 2nd" $3.00 selection of fishing tackle.

rage, Phone 103. 4-SO-tf. STRAYED-targe black] marked 3rd" t'
row One Kingfisher, 18 Ib tea! line val. $2.75 ,
!Mrs. E. S. Matthews the weekat
A. M. Darby was a visitor to Jacksonville spent crop half crop in one car and smooth I
Wednesday.Dr. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins went to Gaines- Tallahassee, where the was a guestof crop in other. Suitable reward for 4th" One Dowagiac minnow, value $1.00.

ville Wednesday to sing before the U. her daughter, Miss Florence Matthews information. G. C. Sapp, Starke. 5th" One Shimmy Wiggler, value 85c. ..
J. C. Wills and C. A. Mixon D. C. convention, and while there wasa at the Florida] State Collegefor 4-16-St ,
spent Sunday in Jacksonville. guest of her mother, Mrs :M.! E. Ed- Women. SPECKLED PERCH: f-flit
FOR SALE Registered four
wards.A Mrs. A. Price will leave for her Poland China- boars, 4 mos pigs, old; ; five prize $3.00 selection of fishing tackle. U ..
Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones spent Wed Duroe Jersey sows and five boars, 2nd One DrejiJnauglit 1 SIb line, value $2.00.
nesday in Jacksonville. new line of Ladies Bathing Suits, summer home, Kingston, Pa., next I'
Shoes and Caps just arrived. Stump's. week, after having spent the winterin 4 to 6 mos. old; prices reasonable; JACKFISH '"
inspection invited. College of Agriculture : 1

Overalls 1.50 to 3.75 at Stump'sMrs. Last Wednesday night Handy Bry- Starke. A. W. Leland, Farm Superintendent let prize. $3.00 selection of fishing tackle. : '\

mer was caught by Chief Kite "transporting" Messrs. M. J. Gainesville, Fla.] 2-6-tf
Green and B. Y. Saxon. -
L. A. Yates Wednesday
2nd" One South Bend Weedles Lure, val. 65c
moonshine. He tried :::
end Thursday in Gainesville with citizens of Bradford county atpresent
friends. before Mayor Hoover, convicted and in the employ of the Southern FOR SALE-Milk cow, three-quarters' '
fined $50 and costs. Cattle Feeding Company, of Clay Jersey.Three months heifer calf CONDITIONS .6 R ,.

Mrs. Maggie Browning and little county, were here Monday to pay their sired by registered Jersey bull. Both r' I.
The fish caught must be brought to store and .
eon of Lawtey,were visitors. to Starke Friends here of John Kirby Lang- taxes and transact other business. of them $r>0 rash, for quick sale.] our
Friday. ford have received invitations to the They were accompanied by i. K. Roscoe McLane, co| Quigley LumberCo. weighed on our scales. The contest is open to I,

graduating exercises of the Madison Brower, who came along to see the 42tf. everyone regardless of whether they use tackle t '
Salts High School, of which school John i.a is
.Men's $35 to 50. Stump's. town. purchased at our store or not. t
REWARD-I will compensate
member of the graduating class. anyone '
Messrs. A. A., E. M. and G. W. Ha- DOBSON notifying me whore I ran locate any The Black Baas and Jackfish must be caught with i
range cattle with the following
zen, prominent Brooker men, were in S. B. Denmark, former sheriff of rod and reel.
mark and : Crop under slope :
Starke Monday.Mrs. this county, has been in town this Dobson, May 7.-Gordon Johnson bit
upper one ear, crop under one-
week, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. was a business visitor to Lake Butler half crop upper bit other' branded Contest closes at midnight, June 7th, 1917. .1
J. T. Wills, Sr., spent Fridayin Baisden. Mr. Denmark's many friends Friday.Andrews with nose mark.. John P. Hall, Green }1t t
Joe and
Waldo with the family of her eon, are sorry that he is not in good health. Cora, were in Lake Butler daughter Saturday., Miss Cove, Springs. 4302t. The Perch must be caught with pole and line or \{

J. T. Wills. Alton Driggers returned home from rod and reel. No trapped fish or set line fish eligi h'
SPRING IS HERE-and the boys the U. S. navy Friday afternoon. WANTED-Man with hmm or auto ,.1"1
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines, of Lake will soon be out practicing for the Mrs. M. H. Hurst and son, Johnnie, who can give bond to sell 137 Watkins -. ble. .(,\'
Butler, spent Monday. in Starke, the baseball games. Remember, we carry visited her daughter, Mrs. Ond Dobbs, home and farm products Kigge :
guestsof friends.Every a complete line of Baseball, Tennis of Sapp, Saturday and Sunday.Mr. t concern of kind in world. $lIiOO o l'i
and General Sporting Goods. Quigley and Mrs. J. W. Vining, of Lake to this$5000 yearly income.Write Territoryin today.J. Quigley Lumber & Supply Co.
Butler, visited his mother, Mrs. C. E. open.
day is bargain day. Stump's.E. Lumber & Supply Co. Vining, Sunday night. R. Watkins, Dept. 112, Wlnona,

Miss Susie Hurst has returned homo Minn. C-7-3t. .
W. Turner well known I
nurseryman In the near future the ladies of the
from a visit with Mr and Mrs. J. W. .
in Starke dur- I
of Macclenny, was Community Kitchen Club will give a Vining, of Lake Butler.
ing the-week. play entitled "Examination at Wood I The people] of this section arc having
Hill School.; Time and place] to be fine rains on their crops this wnek. ,-
T. J. Dekle, candidate for county announced later Messrs. Fred Andrews and Willie
Judge, was in Starke the first of the Bryan were visiting in the Olustee] 9"I
week interviewing the voters.B. Mrs. John Hull and daughter Miss section Sunday.
Jennie, of El Paso, Texas, are guests Johnnie Hurst! was visiting in Baker Money Kept About The
M. Knight, who has lately sojourned nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. county Sunday afternoon.
at Perry, is in Starke, a guestof Hull. Mrs. Hull and daughter have Miss Agnes: Johnson and brother,
Lester, spent Friday with Mrs. C. E.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mrs. been in El Paso for a number of years Vining.Mr. .

and"their old friends are glad] to Bee I and Mrs. Judson Hurst, of Palestine ] House or Hidden
D. M. Gornto, of Jacksonville, .hem in Starke.A visited his parents, Mr. and
is visiting her sister, Mrs. W, J, Ep I Mrs. M. 11. Hurst Sunday.Mr. 'Away'f
person. new line of Percales and Ginghams and Mrs. B. A. Shaw of Lake i
25c a yard Stump's.: Butler, attended I'rntacostal{ servicesat
Messrs. V. J. Valentine and Brady Lake liutler Saturday night.
Brown, of Providence, visited C. A. Col. Joe Hill Williams, of Lake Butler Lewis Dobson. of Olustee, visited 1'1'
Mixon Tuesday. has been l in" Starke during the at the home of Mr. and Mrs Joe Andrews .
week on legal business before the Sunday afternoon.
Willie Bryan, of Sapp, visited Mr.
"'urt and looking after his prop..rtvinterests
Bargains day at Stump's.Dr.
every and !Mrs. Joe Andrews
here. He was accompaniedby David Pearce, of Sapp Sunday., was the ; Is not always safe. It is often found by } t
and Mrs. J. E. Malnes, of Lake his wife, who spent. the week with guest of !Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pearce, \ 1
Butler, spent Monday here as guestsof friends' and relatives.
Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mrs. others, and the owner suffers a complete loss. r''

Mrs. J. M. Alvarez went to Gaines-

Angle Sternburg went to Jack ville Tuesday to attend the annual f 1

sonville Saturday afternoon to visit convention of the United Daughters GAIETY Then there are other risks. A careless or
her daughter, Mrs. R. H. Barbour. of the Confederacy. Mrs. Alvarez is ." h.
state registrar of this organization, THEATRETODAY .. '
Miss Maude Baisden, who spent ten and also] a delegate: from W. T. Weeks thoughless{: act may destroy the savings. /

days with her grandmother, Mrs. Ada- Chapter. '

line Baisden. returned to Jacksonville (Friday) ,,_
Saturday afternoon.Mrs. Lewis Hoffman, a i former Starko '1/
boy, and nephew of Mrs. J. R. Davis, Anne Shirley had never Money deposited with the Bank of Starke

C. W. Liddon returned Monday left Jacksonville on the 2ith of April been outside of the orphan

after spending several weeks with for a trip to Belgium; and Germany. asylum) yet she had the is fully protected by first-class mechanical
her daughter Mrs. Lucius Howland, He sailed on the merchant ship Coke- grandest times I \

of Live Oak. sit, and expect to be away.from the Whenever she wanted ,. equipment and burglar{: insurance, and again
four months.
United States about
V. J. Valentine well known venerable j anything, whv. -she'd sim- !
a ply imagine she had it and by experienced careful management.Your : .
citizen: of Providence, was in Sunday afternoon Dr. B. M. Shivc, ,
presto THERJ3
Starke of the week visiting i
the first field worker for Near East Relief, '
friends. was accompanied to Lake Butler by 1 That's how she came to .

L. A. Davis, Jr., E. S. Matthews, Rev. leave the orphanage_he : in this Bank is safe and always'
all !Silk: Dresses. money ;
Special prices on .1. C. Diggs; and Eugene Matthews imagined !she was a boyJ
Come and see them. Stump's.A. the party motoring over in Mr. Davis '\
L" .
for when it.
ready want
You don't have to one YOUR you you
P. Hoffman, our hard workingand I car. imagination:! to enjoy one of the
careful express agent, i.'sble] to. Candidates have been as thick as pleaiiantest evenings; you've ever -

be en duty again after a severe attack blackbirds during the week, spreading inimitable pent>--Just come to see the I' _. .

1 broad smiles o'er the landscape. Theyare ,"if, r

COLDS breed aDd all good men and in many Instances .
the voter will find it hard to makea MarY.Miles Miler

Spread !INFLUENZA'KILL choice.
THE COLD AT Come and nee our new line of Ladies ) Itfi
ONCE and Children's Hat*. Stump' "Anne of Green Gables"From
Mrs. G. C. Sweat and Mrs. T. A. the four famous "Ann
Brinson will entertain the young pel). books by L. M. Montgomery.:
QUiNIN pie next Thursday evening, the 13th y." almnty, can't watch m<*chleou, *
tASCARAi Bronson's home. The Ann in her mans prankn' and eaea.padr .
affair inst, at will be an Arm and Waist so- without feeling that lick) I Un.i ....- enough to tal e'carc of your every tanking need, and not too

benefit of the Methodist atlon around your funny boiu- Anne large to fully 1
QRoM1DE cial for the appreciate your patronage
icet In more Mrape* 1o the "" l Inch .
fund. The
church repairing guests
CtWdanJ: coW remade tor se yeu&.1et than the average child doe to thequar
with charming .
v entertained a
will be
form-aafe..ure ( mile. '
it* -break* up a cold in 21 E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. GEO. WHITE, Cashier
In f &*Z- TOMORROWATUJlD4Y. Fifth Ear :
bO-I'i'backoI:: bad: TO pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days ...... .1 "Lhllitninc 11.,,..." AIM ale )'
Mr. Mr. Hill ned* Dra *itt.refund money If PAZO OINTMENT furtoeureimhha.Shod ffpecial ret... "..... ......_."
with .. ,
top 1ln.or Prutr dti Pile*
Ad.l.el.a. Bet Nlalo. .Ie ale Zk.IJi .
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I db, CANAAN CLOTHING PRICES DROPPING -. - ":" ; '- : : ::

If ., Wanted Dealers Cut Price of Ready-Made i I "
Jerusalem Ne... Reaches the Telegraph -
J:; Office Garments 33 14th 50 Percent 4r'I -

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j I : New dealer fully
Jerusalem News has created a Rood York clothing ,
, this both A aware of the success of the nationwide
deal of comment In country I
rcl icrll
.. not fall
\! from being: published in the world', +o continuous drive against profiteering .
I most remarkable city and because it in loos! Reply, in wearing. apparel alr ao'y
;, is American enterprise. Several have begun cutting prices. of garments

I copies an hare reached: the Telegraph office alalingage, eighf they are offering: for alt They are

and have been read with much in- offering for sale ready-made garments
': eighl/ and color at a reduction of from 33 1-3
to 50 per cent.! More than 30 of the
j 1 Box .11-100
months old founded by Elizabeth, L. I of your eyes to largest/: department store in New rt ,

7 McQueen, The editor{ Is W. D. Mr- ': Starlee, Fla. York city have voluntarily taken this
i ; Crackan M. A. It Is a 2 page 4 column course asserting they are acceptingthe :
: 1 ';,: papa set In 12 point! type carrying cut in profit as their chare in the
national for in
movement reduction
Neuter's telegraphic: aervee{ ed f.lite, one hundreds cenll on the doUar. 1 the cost of living. 1
3 Itorial columns "Flashes of Lijht"departm.nt : I
"Buzz Buzz" department. j t The Government has kept It* promise I The "Overall Club" movement, bej II j
a interest and will theprim'ipal I
about the
pay ,,,
ing utilized as an effective
In the last named had weapon
we ,
( i at maturity. If I' I
promptly in .
the club
fight prices down i* taking
the pleasure to find a squib teproduc- :, f"u >hey now and keep them to maturi- I,, various form in many sections of
ed from and credited to the Bradford +
County Telejrraph you see the ty you are sure of a profit. I i<' the country. In St. Louis, for in.'lltance ta
II The I United! !States: bonds arc good: be- there has been organized ei"Rlluloid j
Telegraph "widely" quoted.) Ii
", daily temperature is also given but cause they are a promise to pay by I Collar club" for the pur- i Gu"BULL"rsnteed by

not the rainfall for there Isn't any to the richest nation on {earth and its ,, pose of conserving linen and elimmat- j I
dfht l I. rtuh smaller for the' strength laundry bills of
pak of. It is edited in a scholarly \ ing 4V4 cent a collar |
manner and not an error can be found. i of' the country than the debt of other A celluloid collar can be cleaned with i e
i nations a damp handkerchief in 30 second, !
i The advertisements are few and unobtrusive I I i I r+
and the paper has a very I j Our Government i la worth helping. ',, Girls at Washington university have eJ
dignified: bearing. Not a patent med.; I Under it we have become the greatest: :, organized a "Cotton Stocking club
i, icme ad i 110 to be seen. If the kids of and freest people in the world. Our agreeing not to wear silk in any form INGOtiPORATCO
Canaan ever cry for Blister's Ca_toria t 1 j fathers and our son fought for it! and ,I until price become more moderate.
I sustain it for the benefit of I Member of the El Paso County
:you cannot prove it by the News we must
Though news items from the big our children ILl well a* our elvea. i) Medical! society, in El Paso Tex. have Durham cigarettes ; you roll them

i, world are plentiful of home news i'' Set a goal for yourself by undertakinlC I pledged: themselves to buy no new from genuine "Bull" Durham
". there, it next to none. The country to buy stamps, bonds or saving clothes until Aug. 1. 1921. In columI }
correspondent has not been developed i!! certificate< None will succeed but I bla' S. C., a rule of the State Supreme tobacco fifty from one bag.
i court, requiring lawyers to i in ;
u yet in Palestine. We are :, those who. undertake it. Start now. appear
somewhat disappointed in not finding I j I Ask the postmaster for further Infor- ,black coats which has been in force No machine can even duplicate your "own"
: all the important new from Dan to> nBeersbtba Uon. I I since 1835 ha* been suspended to permit
l'' such: as the following:, for I I of their appearing in overall rolled from genuine "Bull" Durham tobacco.
many cities patch clubs have
. instance Zerka-: Sheik Bent Hassan travel | JacksonvilleWoman sprung In existence, one of the reoqulr..mentl Good old reliable "Bull". Always genuine ;

Irjr from) Ga'a to Geraza *toppe 1' over here Monday to have our efficient shall wear no clothing that docs not

a tonsorial artist remove the grit from I Is Cured have at least one patch on it. Old
are being hauled from clothespresses
his whiskers. He had been caught/: 1 in
and attics and are being made GENUINE
a sandstorm end! nearly burll.'d.Betblt'h..m'oluf .
I s to do another turn during the crusade
llararn. a
prominent Bedouin of this burg was |: By Peplax j I against high >>prices.

presented with a set of twins from i !' In Pottsville. Pa., a club has been

each of his two wives the other day I (!organized with members pledged: not
Mothers and babies doing wt'lI.lay MRS. T. E. McIVER OF 1030 LACK to' wear t'ol1arll. cuffs or neckties. I BULL 'DuRHAMI

, Yusuf'i tribe increase. WANNA AVE. ADVISES HER[ I| Fuod Profiteer Coming In For Share
, ,:i J..rirbo-An Englishman who was FRIENDS TO I'I'E PEPLAX. NA- I A. W. Riley chief of the Flying ;|

tired cf life wanted to commit suicide TITHE'S GREAT REMEDY\'- i Squadron" of the department of jui- j
f'I' by drowning himself in the Dead Sea ERCXJMES PAIN OF INDICES- I I tice, whose campaign so far has re- '

t but the water would not allow him to TIO.V AFTER 15 YEARS'! SUFI' in the conviction of 197 profl-
pink lie went disgusted and (' with fines ranging from
away $SO to
I 11 said the sea was. nothing but a"blarsted SLEEPS WELI. $2,500 and imprisonment from one day I TOBACCO :
!,' hoax. AND IS NOT NERVOL'S.To to two years, has uncovered a numberof

'i , N.I.1'Pth-Wonder who it was that I surprising commodities for whir
fq r. disturbed the stillness of the Mohammedan find sure relief by taking: I''plaxN.ture' dealers are said to be asking exorbitant

$ tt sabbath Friday night by .sing own remedy, after put prices. Complaints of alleged r
L1 f ing:: "On Jordan's stormy banks I faring: for 15 years with indigestion I "gouging" in almost everything from

+ i stand and cast a wistful eye on Ca and stomach trouble, when all other pickles to rouge and from lemonade

t naan's fair and happy shore, oh, how medicines failed to give: relief is the1I.pp'y "to whiskey are being reported to Mr.

,] .r'/. is that for high. May Allah curse experience of Mr. T. E. Mclver i Kiley by New York consumers. One'
hililpner.tionl! of 1030 Lackawanna I man who had paid $1.15 to a restauraI i
But probably the readers flf the Avenue Jackson j teur for a tiny steak and six small I
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,, News are not settled as yet and amore re vide, Fla. She has hundred of friends, piece* of French fried potatoes in a +
+< interested In what, Europe is doing in this city who will be glad to learnof ;I New York restaurant didn't stop to j e< 7'i

: than in local matters her recovery. The years of cuf j eat them but glancing at his check :

+ Jerusalem the holy city of three faring brought BleeplesT nights and took newspaper he had been read L/

religions is one of the oldest in the unhappy and painful days, and the ing wrapped up his "meal" and cart -
world. It was old when King Davidcaptured mental agony that conies after the I nod it to the Federal prosecutor. j

i' it; it lasted till Nebuchadnezzar gainesless: search for a cure. Mr'. | Some of the letters of complaint i'
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conquered it cl'nturieltawr it !Mclver were amusing others pathetic. All
was so happy over her corn I
was destroyed by Vp.p811Ian. later on> I:I plate that however showed the seriousness of ( '
recovery she is desirous of
,; conquered by Saladin and ever after the present era of high prices. One
vending word ( "
: a cheer
held by the Turks until! quite lately! I'i who have been to all ladies i i i indignant citizen wrote: "You oughte
,,: It il writ situated on an elevation ofnearlv suffering from the t investigate -'a fish market i in
:... 2000 feet and the climate Is same ailment. 1 Brooklyn. Re'. a modern Jesse James.

\\\f' healthful and pll' "ant. Jerusalem ;is j It wa by great fortune that Mrs. What do you think of 90 cents a pound
\ connected with Jaffa Mclver for salmon and GO cents for sea bans ?"
/ on the Mediterranpnn i heard of the wonderful '
i'W tZ -
pow- I The chief of the '
b by a railroad. Some day it ers of Peplax. She purchased one \has Squadron :
will become the metropolis of the near i iEa bottle of this medicine and toI I complaints of such exam
_t. Of its turroundings the Netl' w I I I began pies of alleged: profiteering ag follow u
+ of March 2tth! gives the following ex-steadily i, improve within a very phi t':': Drug store whiskey at $5 a pint and r :

r flui-ill'd"criptinrll I I time. I l i $2 more for doctor's prescription; canary i- I- 7 .
"Jerusalem >* greener and lovelier "I had Indigestion and stomach' birds, $20 to $25 and $3 to $18
tt to the eye at this time than it is likely j I f trouble for 15 years" said Mrs. Me- I'I for a cage; lemonade served at. a hotel 1 i} '

r to be again for a year to come. The 'leer 'It was a continual search n'' dance and said to have been '"weak" Jr : y

wild flower are spread abroad like my part for relief. !Many medicines $1 a glass/: ; rouge $1 to $3 a box for

carpets woven by no earthly fingers. I were used but relief seemed impossij"imported" brand; that fish during: dC1Oc
' and even the mountains of Moab so I>le. It was one of the happiest day II j Lent rose from 20 cents to $1 a pound
r often grim are touched with green of my life when I learned of in some New York markets; prunes e
enough make t Peplax three for 10 cents peanut oil sold i w'
to them smile in the noil began to take ; as
it. I began to lm- "olive oil") N-rl X
[ $4
sunshine as one views them across the a quart; anthracite coal
Dead Sea from the Mount of Olive*. ,i prove; within a very short time after9 instead of $9.50 a ton -in Nyack.
There is no better time than now to i taking the first dose. No money vat i N. Y, because the miners were grantP .

look at I'alestlnr." tie can be placed on the good that th ed a wage increase of 50 cent a ton. ,.

We hope the "unspeakable Turk" medicine has done me. Good health I Consumers complain to Mr. Riley i -
will henceforth bo kept away fromfaIr !,i i I. more beloved than great: riches, and that they have to-pay 50 cents a pound W.Hull)S.), H.Brannen C Peeple Mrs.. Mrs. W. L. Bugg: ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
h it for the same brands of coffee Emma Wimherly Th '
wa that Difference1.
Palestine so that Jerusalem will Peplax that has Lroaght me to retailed J. II.
Williams J. J,
Brannen W. M.
again become as mighty a<* in the i i my old normal salt I take a new In- for 21 cents a pound before the Jacobs, T. D. Dyal, G. W. Anderson A genius can no tore help being a
days of Solomon and that the News rarest In i war and that wholesaler paid 11 cents ; genius thus
my houshehold it cruzy innn can help being
I affairs and : Mr. W. II. Taylor Susie [Doll C. B. Name
a, will reap ill reward for its pluck in In fact i a pound for some *>f these coffee I crnry. It Just "Bayer" is on Genuine
everything. happen
Life to me Is a three Strickland. N. D. Wainwright. R. F.I, that .when
trying to blaze a way: for American jO I year ago and are now paying the
pentim does
) Merritt W. E. Edmonson : what he considers Aspirin-say
15 'entll. Milk Lacy Thomas a Bayer
civilization: in that far off they charge: costs 10
country "Before H. U. I'armenU-r A. mart thine, it Is smart but when
4 --*- I taking Peplax t could not cents a glass in restaurants which J. Bryan J. ; the
HELP Y01'RSCI.I': AND |vat orange or grapefruit without be buy: it fur 12 cents a quart; that they {E. Adkins, I D. Rome, A. L. Drigger, poor crazy mun )OPS his host It tarn
i coming have ,O. L. Thomas. W. C. Kerce, J. E. Wil- cot to be fooliHh. Ed '. u
doathly sick. I could not sleep to pay 85 cents for linen collars llow<> Monthly-; .
YOUR COlTNTRYi I jat night and was very nervous durin .fuelling I at wholesale $2.50 a dozen; Hams Wash Rob..rson.V.. J, Tomlin-

C Tho greatest -builders in the won ldchild,, the day. Now I sleep as soundly as a 'I cents pickle cost head 6 75 rent each; cabbage 40 Jr.son.,Orrin C. S. White Brooking C. T.W.Beasley A. Bessent Mrs. Gardner Hill, Gladstone N. J, Sells
and the a ; cents a bunch fur
aspnragus -
," are those who build character. nervousness has disap- \ L. A. Davis Jr. Mrs. Rat Snap De Say
I? I peared. I have /: and 35 cents a head for leti i A. Davis, W.I I i,
Men have built houses roads a fine red color and J'' B.
and tuce. Bryan G. L. Barnard A. Sullivan "I Bell and use RAT SNAP. Like
,, temples, that leat l Vic and empire builders have raised etructures j morning feeling fresh and strong and WHY NOT PAPER IIATST C. L. Uailyard G. W. Lee B. C. Perry the best. It's good." People like RAT I
that lasted centuries, but the i go: through the day without the old fa- 1 B. Haynes J. E. Norman Miss SNAP because it "does" kill rat, Petrifies
?, man who builds character fabricates i I j tigue. I am 47 year old. I wish that Katie Thornton G. J. Waters Mrs carcass-leaves no Bmell.)) Comes Insist

something that last through: eternity all women could give the medicine a Since apparel is for covering comfort T. If. Willis. Mis Lena Brinson Na- in cakes-no mixing to do. Cats ta a 011 'DIY8r Tablets" of Aspirin"d,
Efficient industry yields two of the trial and feel just .. 1 do." and adornment these qualities 'than Varnes R. M. Crosby Ellen dugs won't touch it. Three sizes 25c or direction. "Bayer for package, a
but results in the world production i can all be met in time 'Griffin D.>> D. Colds Pain Headache, I
; Mr, E. li. Drum of the summer as well Woodard. J. B. Parmenter. We I $1. Sold and guaranteed Neuralgia
and the development of chnrnter.Wholehearted I laboratories in Peplax a* give the H. C. L. a knock by ladies < T. C. Thomas Frank Rhoden. J. Jones and Mitchell' by D. C. Name Lumbago, and Rheumatism.
work brings out the best' ofI! discussing the case wearing paper hat*. There are all 1 L. Lewis J. L. Silcox. E. L. Rogers Drug Store. "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin
that la in us and drives out evil. Production 1'11. Mclver, said. : "I believe th.t'Mra. colors and shades in the pretty pliable S. A. Bryan Oran :Morgan! W. M. priscribed by physicians for nineteen

is the only thing that will give Mclver's system had become so crepe paper and with a few hat frames J Bryan Sire. J. A. Bryan K. C. Cameron eost year few Handy ern... tin boxes of 12 tablets

I food and clothing to the people and reduce clogged with waste matter that the and a bottle of paste, hat to match < Mrs. A. L. Jackson, Stephen De- THE BEST PROOF of Bayer Manufacture Aspirin la trade, mark
the Copt of living. tired stomach wanted no more food 1, any costume could be made and trim- Sue G. W. Sapp. Rev. L. W. Kickliter of SalicylicacliL.of Uoaouwtieseidestcr -

Economy is the kind of management and. the overworked organs had rebel I Ii. mad in a short time. with scarcely 'B. J. Sapp, Alton Green J. E. Nickle, 4
that takes care of the product ami ;i.. i makes the best use of it. securing all h..I11Ulat It Is necessary to give Na-I would be stunning and becoming. i ing. S. E. L. Duke Mr. II. S. Miller, Let Mr. :Mary Grates Tell You Her

' that money can of comfort education I taro the aid of medicine that will 1 I About twenty year ago in a Northern F. II. Long Rev. E. D. Boyer A. II. Given by a Starke Citizen.Doan' Poultry Raising Experience"Th ;

development Having iind service.{ cleanse, purify and ;j jI city, paper hat became the fad !Smith D. C. Williams Walter Green .I Kidney Pills were usi-d-
It Is a great thing to be free the and to1, one PI '('arr ,,go bought an incubator -
,a : and back summer and some of the prettiest J. S. Austin B. G. Mott Mrs. R. E. i hev brought bvneOt.
bring the j
only free man i I. the one who is ...plf- : clogged! organ to nor j effect wereseen at church and there | The a's venr I've made money. Rats
,, sustaining. Make sure of your independence I mal. When; the digestive: juce a streets, even though the crepe paper i Gahagan, W. D. C. (lams. L. H. East- j I dent tory was told to Starke restI stole; ] -..: 1 Iay chicks. Didn't know

a by thrift. Work nave and I again flowing freely through the organ I was not so pretty and fine a* it I Is man. Lake Butler Pharmacy Henry > Time until E ', i '"id;' ; pave me a cake of RAT

buy Government Securities. | *, the !liver la creating the proper I II now. This paper hat craze may have Blum, R. A. Reddish T. S. Mann S. has ngtbened the 'ev SNAP. Next morning found two dead

A young man who will save $200a ) | amount of bile an an antiseptic for only been local then but it would well H. Moore Newton Strickland W. C. dence. ''l'ath i lI"nnenKl.'pt finding them.
the first five and fa: Mil' I be Has proven the result P'idi'etili-' they disappeared
year years ligestinK: food and the waste matter in keeping with the overall club Shallar W. S. iastinj altogether.
the second five will have over $3,000at i! is dislodged, the ordinary system 1! 'idea so prevalent now. Let ua. think Bryant S. W. Brown I The testimony Is home testimony_ ''h' the- only sure rat killer." Take
the end of ten years. That will i >-nonds; .t one. and build. re- about it. PROGRESS. Gad GriRia, II. Guy Alderman, I. N. :: The proof convincing. : Mrs. Grave advice. Three sires 25c
start him in many kind. of busfne ". 1\In. Mclver tell- up just a* ..- ---.- ..-------- Nettles C. R. Sapp, Mrs Maggie: It i..n be invest gated by Starke I,,|I SOc/ $1. Sold and guaranteed! by D. C.
Ue can accomplish thin by huvintt: 'I I TELEGRAPH'S: HONOR ROLL Browning, Dolton Carter. r"ld..ntH. I|I Junes and Mitchell's Drug Store.

Saving Stamps and Treasury Certificates. : .. Mrs Jv
1 Mitchell's Drug Store '- -- Andrew. Madison ,\ve"a
Twenty Stamps may be exchanged I Name of Thus Who Paid Subscrip )'.: "I have I i: Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured
for a certificate worth $100at ..'< IMI Mil r+M mi 4+ll...*.1 need Doan'o KIr 'y'
Starkc l Floridi tion During AprilJ. + Pills for kidney complaint and ha k. i!, by oral applications u they cannot ranch
maturity. i I the 6ima..d portion or the sag Than 1*
... Government bonds. at present market ache and have received fine results only one way to cure Catarrhal D..faoa
II. .
Moore H. R. SEED
price offer a fine opportunity fora Raiford S. W. Smith I II Sapp. I. S. Fowler. I feel Justified In recommending this and that I. by constitutional remedy
Horace Rosier J. L. Harrison J. medicine." I HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts If
safe investment with a high return. \V. Nichols.. R.I D. Clayton. through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces 'I
Don't be misled bv the market price I .Lawtny (i. W. Roberts Thomas Mr. J. E. Black J. Mallory M. Du. Bent adapted to Florida Cli On April 26 1918. Mts. Andrew I of cauMd the System. Catarrhal D &fne I* j
; by an Inflamed th. ,
v into thinking the bonds will not re- I , : "ORe T and soil. Prompt sa'd! : "I think Just condition of
H. Halligan: Mrs. M. M. Den. shipment I'I'mate the scm of> mucous lining of the Rustachlan TUbe.
I f -- ------- I! !nlso J. C. Manning:, Errol Alvarez. from big Block. Send D.ian' Kidney Pi-:; = now B. 1 did, "nn I When this tube 1* Inflamed you have a t
Habitual Constipation Cured "DIAMOND DYE" for 1920 and rumbling sound or Imperfect hcarlnc and
OLD Quigley Broom Co.. C. S. Durhng, B. catalogue weeklY I recommended tiin; before I have when it Is .
la 14 to 21 Days j F Russell, E. L. Wilson J. K. Har- price I list. had no return of kidney .l n s uit.i. I I
"LAX-FOS WITH PETSIN" la a speclalhr-: |I GARMENTS LIKE NEW' rip Frank Pack. T. S. Stark. S. E Oldest ftlt.b1illh seed house this remedy cured sine ducal and this tube restored to Its nor.mat \
; prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual ,I I I Johnson Bradford Hotel J, O. Tur- In ....... Price me. condition, hssrlnir may b. destroyed i
Constipation. It relieves promptly but I I day woman car dye faded, shabby | H. R. 60c. at all dAal..,.. Pcwi't[ for vr. Many CUM of t.*fn*<>' are 1
oar Alderman G. G. caused
ahould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day* I wearing apparel wh.U> r wool slot eoe. i Burrows : simply' ask for a kidney remedy condition by Catarrh, which I. an Inflamsd
M J. Alvarez Dr. B. T. Fortner. J. T. L A Martin Seed Co. I -v ;i of the Mucous 8urfce
to Induce regular action: It Stimulate and I I ton. linen or _bad goods to any color. Jones. W. L Waters R. I). Strickland. fkMin'a Klrtrey\ pllllI-th"l same th t! ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for aft' I
'' just lib MW, by fallowing: aim pl. dirwtton Mrs. Andrews ease of Catarrhal tKarncts that esnnoj
Regulates. Very Pleasant to TaL.sUe Mrs. F. JACKSONVILLE FLA. had.
J. Fier J. Foxier- b
F Mil
Gay. W. Ii burn aural
bottle. In MM*].ckac. of Pianond( Dyw." Co. 1 b3r: HAU-8 CATAKBH ,
tier Boals. C. A. Youngblood )Jr.. J. W. I ri M i n 11 n I I 11 m i I i I I Mfrs. Buffalo. N. Y a IED1CIN4 AU: Drucalat TSe.
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FRIDAY. MAY 7. 1920.

New of Florida in Short Paragraphs. l'

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[Live State News"!'. I!

Told by Our_ Exchanges. Equip Your Smaller Car "I 3!!

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Twelve new bungalows will be completed ', claimant of the chairmanship, applied
and ready for occupancy next I to and obtained from the state supreme
December in Fort Myers. I court a rule nisi, commanding it With! Goodyear Tires 11

D. T. Gerow, of Jacksonville alleged
The barrel factory at Elkton was to be usurping chairman to show

destroyed by fire recently, together cause why a writ of quo warranto .. .- __ .
with a large number of finished bar should not be issued to oust him from I:
rels and materials. said chairmanship.

The governor has appointed L. E. Poundmaster : ii If: you own Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell j
B. T. Arnow .
Sloat of St. I'etersburg as sheriff of of Gainesville :
Pinellas county to succeed M. M. was dismissed from the city's I. ,?+e" or any otlicr car using 30x3-, 30x3Ii'aor r
payroll by action of the city police
Whitehurst. resigned committee following that city's em J 31:<{.inch tires, you can well take advantage

Wednesday morning Fred Powers ploye alleged maltreatment of a negro I
of the relative value built into all Goodyear .
of Miami was instantly killed when a Phillip Johnson, whom he "as- I high
he .was cleaning exploded the sumed to arrest, as the committee's .
gun ;
charge entering the body just over his indictment expressed it. Arnow, it is t 1 fQ '' Tires. I Ir tit I
said, permanently blinded
heart. the negro's

to only make eye the by arrest.striking it in an attempt r pI S i You can well do so because you can secure

The reaping tomato a rich growers harvest.around The Miamiare mar. l :i lid ; in the !smaller Goodyear Tires the results of .

ket has taken a stiff slant upward in While many of the counties of Flor- ; I
t il such skill 1 und have made
the past few days, and the growers ida are talking about how much they care as Goodyear
Y i
have been getting $5 per crate. esteem their teachers, and while a few ) i
-. of them, like Duval have made Increase -I 1 Tires the preferred equipment on the high. .

George Price, foreman of-the Pablo of 10 to 20 per cent in the sal % I automobiles! of the t
est priced day.
Cypress Company at Oak landing, was I aries of the coming season, it remains t I ,
shot and killed Friday. A negro named for Pinellas county to come to the 'Iii .
Copeland. is charged with the mur mat with the problem and thrown it You can well do so because these smaller I !
der. clean and clear. Pinellas county has '
made an increase in many instances Goodyear Tires arc easy to obtain, being h ;

The Kissimmee River Cattle Company as high at CO per cent, the average I
sold ten thousand head of cattleto for the county being above 30 percent y y produced at the rate of approximately 20,000 __- I l

price the being Southern$310,000.Cattle. Company, the i a day, and because their first cost usually is J

H. <:. Gordon, prominent in politics !7 as low or lower than that of other tires in ,
for years, having been judge of the
With orders covering all or any
part of the Lake County Nurseriesfor city court for several terms defeated the same types and sizes. ',
Doyle Carlton former state senator
next season. D. F. Cameron returned -
to Leesburg last week from the from Hillsborough county, for mayorof Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station
Brownsville section of Texas.Thirtyeight Tampa in one of the hottest and
closest city elections In the history of I Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear _
Tampa. Thirty-nine
hundred votes
pounds of copper pennies were cast and Gordon bare Tubes. He .
were offered for deposit at the received a Heavy Tourist supplies many
majority of forty. The unions
American National Bank Pensacolaa opposed !
in Gordon in the other local of the smaller
day or so ago. This harvest is said race and the eX- er. owners cars.
vice claiming Carlton ,
men was a
to have been garnered from the various '
slot machines of the city.A slacker, opposed Carlton. r

limestone quarry has been open The body of R. H. Rushing, an em
ed near Live Oak and it is proposedto ploye of Messer's Garage, in Tallahassee -
begin mining and shipping the rock was found Sunday in a culvert bya
within sixty days. A great quantityof negro who was attracted to the : -.-. I'
road building material is expectedto place by the odor. He notified the of. .1a ,
be secured from this quarry. ficers and an inquest was held. The _
body was badly decomposed. Rushingwas

Making the trip between West Palm last seen Thursday night when f
Beach and Jacksonville in three hours he left Tallahassee in a Ford car in
and forty minutes, or at the rate of company with a man and woman He 10x314 Goodyear Double-Cure $ Heavy T..... Tube. thick.strong tube. that
nearly ninety miles an hour is the had hired the car from Carl Folsom Fabric, All-Weather T..a.I. 2350reinforce canlnm irroprrl a !Rood caning with a II
exceptional record scored by the six. stating!; he had a trip to make with a cheap tube? Goodyear heavy.Tourist Tube coil little more
flying boat of the America. couple but did not state where they 30 x 3V4 Goodyear Single-Curc $2100: than tube of I leu merit. JOxHi size in waterproof $/f 5O f
passenger Fabric Antl Skld I I
Trans-Oceanic Co. were going. Ita6 --_...... ._-, t
An obscure paragraph in the items The most successful method of landing
from one of our county correspondents liquor along the Florida coast just I i, ,]
laat week read as follows: "Mr. B. L. now is to run up close under cover of t tI"
Russ has been ill for some time. The darkness and drop the load into the
neighbors came together Tuesday of 1 water at prearranged spots where
this week and planted for him 18 or confederates from land come later rM't
20 acres of corn." 'I' fish up the concealed liquor from the .1 I" '
deep generally attached to tiny floats ,
Crossing the finishing line at 156 by wire and thus brought to shore at ;fI
miles an hour on Daytona Beach Tues- convenient time by the system hand
day morning, Tommy Milton with his I ling the eventual distribution and sale I
automobile a sheet of flame from a defective of the goods.In .
carburetor steered his sixteen'I .

cylinder Dusenburg into the ocean one of the Miami grocery stores r
Milton had --- - --- ---- -
his life. -- -
and saved just last Friday new potatoes were selling -
broken the world's record of a mile in at eighteen cents a pound. As this COURTS HIT THE AMERICAN: reason" is seldom invoked for the benefit Colds Cause. Urlp and Influenza '
23.7 seconds, and two miles in 46.24 meant a price of two dollars and sixty Fish Tales CJOAT-MR. (CONSUMER TWO of the public. LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE Tal.lrtt r..movelb. j,

seconds. two cents a peck. or ten dollars and MORE TKIUMIK BLOWS -. cou.... Then l. only oa* "Dtomo Qul IN." II r
forty-eight cents a bushel it would be ........
: .
Hollis Knight and Joe Wainwright, Will relieves Constipation, 1:W.:GROVE t. na haw Wo.
Both Florida and Georgia are curs interesting to know how much the two of Starke's younger generation of "Rulu of ReaNon" Rules Poor Devils quickly
ed by a few men who place vindictiveness farmer that brought those potatoes to fishermen, who are coming right to Must Do the I'ayleg Biliousness, Pass of Appetite and
and vandalism above patriotismand that grocery store received for his the front, returned from Kingnley lake Headaches. due to Torpid Liver. To Remove the Mote. _
progressiveness, as noted by the spuds If Miami had a Housewives Friday with twenty bass. To those Mr. Ultimate Consumer, the "goat"of .- When traveling one should'" always
fact that In Florida men have been league directed by fearless women information who have Jibbed in Kingsley lake thU everything as it should destroying dipping vats in considerable I about such things would be is considered a remarkable catch. received two very damaging setbacks How Spain Oat Nam*. their way Into the eye.*. An ey'
numbers and in Georgia!: in one I available and could be used to excellent Mr. Neff. the oil king, William I'ow. recently in his fight to make bin hard- Bpnlu. ctynioluKlrnlly. inuutm nib- cap a lotion for bathing and! a few
night el'ven' the twelve vats builtin hit Peiilnsuln.. The word Is, accordIng -
purpose. ell and Koscoe McLanv returned from earned dollar do a little more work OaxstMHl sliouU bo Included In you
Echols county were dynamited. I Leu lake on Thursday with a stringof than it has been doing. Singularly; to grind iiutlmrlty. derived from pDck III: !. A boraclc held solution will
Quite an interesting developmentcame thirty bass caught that day. enough; both these came in the shapeof the Punic' Hlmfiiu "niMilf. TMs animal be found soothing for eyes thut are liw
After being!: repulsed on the nightof to light in the trial of a number Those boys who made the trip downto court decisions, and the result is him li<"'U v.irv 'iimnerim* In the famed from float, wind or foreign tnasl
April 2 by negroes armed with still I of "moonshine" cases in Okaloosa the :Salt Springs Hun have never finished that there is a lessened faith in Institutions !. "country, often d l" i.vltip' whole tor
to raid a
shotguns Roberts in an Sheriff attempt Whittaker of Es- past few days. In raids quite a quantity talking about it, and if they are which should command our crop Afrlcnn ferrHs' were kept to
near his forces carriedout of liquor had been seized and truthful (which we know they must greatest respect. drive Diet iiiilumlx nut "if their hole LINCOLN HULLEY
cambia successful county and raid Thursday afternoon stored in the county judge's office as be, because they are fishermen), those The first of these blows was dealt by We fluil t the rnlilill, flan relrraeulwl|
a in four destroying evidence but when the trials came on waters down there must be fairly alive the United States Supreme court in on old KpaulMli' (',,11111.I .
bringing the: still and about negroes 250 gal practically all the "evidence" had disappeared ( with the large mouth black basn. In its ruling that Block dividends. of corporations f'I+ ,'+P 9 tl4
and as a result there was no one afternoon they caught eighty-four were not taxable as incomes
lons of beer.1Iastinge .
I conviction. But other curious developments large buns besides throwing buck at The result haw been that many big\ ,
to light in other trials corporations have found a of din-
raisers, and their came least fifty which wore under one way
potato their Henry Clark of Laurel Hill charged <, pound, and of the eighty-four they poHitif; of surplus without paying a
name rubbing
is legion are satisfaction be. with. having beer in his possession, had one string of eleven bass weighing tax on it and the United Stales government ,
hands in anticipatory said it and water mix Is deprived of hundreds of .rWomen
was syrup, corn between four and nine pounds. We j
cause mixed of grades a a carload at that of early, brought potatoes the ed for the hogs A jury believed the 'i are itching to get down there und give millions of dollars Income rightfully 1 e' i.'fr.r
him.' belonging to It. Stripped of all fine I
and acquitted
The big ship story them a chance to break up some tackle k :f"
grower over $3,000. I language these stock dividends were
ments from Hastings do not begin for : the result of overcharging the public, Here Is a mcnaaft to 4 r1r0.
two weeks but active preparations are After a week of watching Deputy i He riHcth early in the morning, and the mariner in which the Supreme lIII ulteilng womnu from
in progress for handling the 14.000 Sheriff George Dudley and ;Marshal And disturbeth the entire hounuhold.He court permits them to be used opens IIu :Mrs.V.. T. Price of
acreage there. I Hampton of Plant City capture twoo govth fishing all\ day long, the way for further plunder Since Public K>.. "1 euf-" x
I the ]largest; mo uiKhmc stills\ over I I And returneth in the evening, this decision was marie, at least f>0 fired with, painful. .. Y W+N Yr
The half million dollar drainage captured in HiliKboiou; ii ro iity alone Dot the truth is not in him. corporations have issued about $250.-:; I she wrltos. "I got down

' project In the Baldwin district which'I I with 10 lark" : uairel: h of mush just Arch Johns and William Powell 000,000( in stock dividends Much div1d'nds I I with back a weakness and limbs.In my..1 ,6
began two years' ago: is nearing comI' ready to be run and the arrest' of John I''made one last grand"stab Friday night, ranging\ all the way from 2VI felt helpless and 61seouragnd. { r
I plctlon. The Baldwin drainage dis- Hat her, the still to 700 per cent., and the end is not yet.The j
< were captured on for the big fellow. After 9 p. m. they : : . .! had about
triet 70,000 acres
of comprises nearly is the "Devils Half second blow was the dcceslon l of ever
I twelve miles west what known as landed one weighing; four arid a half given up hopes
and begins about Alufio river The and pounder. Hill of the District of Columbia Supreme being wail again: when
t and Acr of the swamp. pounds one nine I
of in Baldwin
Jacksonville taking
trade commislion
I' court that the federal a friend Insisted I ]
there surely excitement ,
extending thre" miles" west of that stills'" wore so large that trr\ says was Borne bus no power to require monthly
set- fuuKl "Illier of th! ""i ,In. flieir as )'oucouldn't tell how big the II
place. It is planned to locate not put I fish until had in the cost of production reports from corporations I TakeCAROUI i 1i. ?yya5
tlers in the district. ray" and hired, a wagon for the pur I were you cm doing,' Intrll- lIte as well ac I e
,,< se and hauled away. Using oil for /: boat. Interatav"UIlIn""H.: Thus tile one ac r ."
G. J. Blitch, of the Citizens Bank, f'jpl there was no smoke and the only Hats off to Mr. H, McLarin.. He enue whereby the common public (,b. |I .
Williston has applied to the Sterling noise that could he l heard) was the popping 'I cam. in a winner on the home stretch, tairu-d knowledge of cost figures, sale +
Stock Farm for an additional allotment of the stovesIn bringing in the prize bass two hours figures and profits has been closed.
of twenty pure bred pigs for distribution before the contest closed. This fellow The big: corporations' may now keep
under the Sterling plan in a pitched battle between revenue weighed: twelve pounds and one ounce; their books and records in the dark 1x..
his section This makes a total of l officers and six alleged moonshiner twenty-eight and a quarter inches''' cellars of secrecy. To the public Is
seventy pigs for Williston which added in a swamp twelve miles from Tampa I long and twenty inch girth. The Implements denied all privileges save that of paying The Pooplc's Candidate for Governor. i
to the already well stocked farmsof Friday, Ellen Ellis, one of the alleged of warfare used in landing the b'll.: These bills may represent The Woman's Tonic Give him your first rhoo voto. lie f
that section will add materially to ;' lawbreakers, was killed, and ?i. H. this prize bass were a Kalamazoo 10 or 100 per cent profit; no one Is for all the people all th time.
their income from live stock sources. Lovelace a companion moonshiner, eel, an Octagon soap premium steel is to know but the corporations.It '1 began Car l1l. In Ii
wounded. The rod (broken), a fourteen pound test ft abort while I saw a
was dangerously revenue I I is an admitted fact that the
Probably the first instance where officers escaped injury. The! dis. Wexford line and a nine hook Uowag- courts of our land cannot make laws marked dlfterenc.. 1FiOOD fi
tomato plants have lived through a tillery which had a capity of 120 gallons lac minnow. The line had been UK"dconsiderable but It in an established fact that they 1 crew stronger: right s
and Dr. Haynes who fished lone, and It cured m..
winter after bearing heavy situated in the heartof
season !; a a day, was virtually fin The Sherman anti-trust
early in the winter, only to bloom with water with Mr. McLarin, says ita remarkable I am stouter than I
crop a dense cypress swamp law is proof of this for the recent! decision 1Da
again and heavy in for miles waist deep In how he landed him. We have hare been la years.
produce a crop that extended of the United States Supreme
April, was reported by S. W. Porterof I every direction. The distilling outfit had photographs made of this large .court that the steel trust was not a It you suffer, you can parr
St. Cloud. The plants were set in was built up over the water on a plat bass at Hoover's Studio and will have corporation In violation of the Sherman appreciate what It 'I
to be and
same on display in our window along means strong
September and are now ripening a form supported by pilings driven into law drew from Elbert: H Gary,
irelL Thousand of ONLY
with tackle selected by Mr. McLarinas women CEAUO i TINS
splendid second crop, the vines having the ooze and the outfit had no other head of the organization the signifi- give Cardul the
kept fresh and producing twice covering than the gren canopy of the first prize. 1 rant assertion that "it was fortunatefor credit for their Rood: a roux cnoctas
within six months. trees. The officers had located the Another fishing contest lion for the country that the Supreme! health. It should help -
still and as they approached it six this month and entries will close the court declared that the RULE OF 700. Try Cardol. At all HOUSE
A legal contest to determine who is men began firing on them. They returned seventh of June. Announcement of REASON must govern the INTERPRETATION tlrugpata. till MAXWELL '
the lawful chairman of the Republicanstate the fire and presently the conditions etc., are made elsewhere in AND APPLICATION
central committee in Florida moonshiners disappeared into the this issue.QUIGLEY. I of the Sherman law. COFFEE
has been started when attorney forJ. swamp. The officers found Ellis' dead I It appears to be a peculiarity of the t
Eugene Merrill, of Jacksonville, a body and Lovelace wounded. LUMBER ft: SUPPLY CO. courts, however, that this 'rule of


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