Group 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 28, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I CHARGE REFINERS WITH ANOTHER DICTATOR GONE; FLING MILLIONS OF BUSHELS I;



HOARDING AND OVERCHARGES ; MEXICAN PRESIDENT KILLED OF GRAIN ON THE MARKET

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Boston May 25.-The Federal government MARSHAL; BADLY INJl'RED Carranza i* Killed:: ;' Some of Troops I DE LA I1UERTA NAMED PHES111' I .. Beeornetjnnervcd.- PricesQuiter IMIICI-- : ()fWOOL DROPS ..IS'Slump

today took action against i I Which Acted an Bodyguard WESTU INTERIM:' OF MEXICO and Then ColUpw BOSTON
sugar refiners here for alleged pro- G. C. Sapp of lUiford. Brained by J i Tension Great.

fiteering and hoarding. The Revere Andrew Green Washington, May22. Venustalno Mexico of 10 to ZoPcrrent on Market ''l'i
City May 24.-Adolfo De
Sugar Refinery and Henry E. Worcester I Carranza has joined the long line La I Chicago May 21,-Millions of bushel at \ut'tlon-I'C"ak of High price

its vice-president, were charged Marshal G. C. Sapp of Raiford, lies of Latin-American dictator who have named Huerta president governor ad interim of sonora of Mcx-was of grain were flung suddenly on Patmed

with asking excessive prices and with critically III at his home on account of ended: teir stormy career in flight and ico by extraordinary session of con- I| the market today by holders who had 1 1nic

bolding: sugar from the market, and an injury from the hands of Andrew j I death.A Cress this evening lie received 224 |', become unnerved. Prices quivered Boston :May 20.-The, price of wool
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the American Sugar Refining Company Green and the latter and his brother j! fugitive in the mountains of Pu- votes against twenty-eight for Pablo,t I and then collapxed. The strain ant lumped" today, A break of from 10 to
was charged with selling sugar Hazzard Green, are in the county ebla, the old man who kept the United Gonzalez General Antonio Villareal 1 its violent result was attributed most 20 per cent occuring nt the auction

at excessive prices. The complaints jail at Starke awaiting/; the result of States and Mexico In a broil for the was the only other candidate. The ex- |ly| to sweeping changes! announced in Kales! conducted here under the auspice .
attested that the companies had made the five I railroad operation and nation-wide of the British .
injury. :, last years. was killed on Thursday traordmury session had been fixed! for Government. Fully
millions of dollars by hoarding and Friday morning of last week the by some of the troop which had 3 o'clock this afternoon but did not :I tightening of credits. Wrecking of I thirty per cent of the wool offeredwas

regulating the price. Green brothers and their wives were protected him as a loyal bodyguard in begin work until fl i o'clock because values totalled 13 1.2 cents a bushel disposed of. Buyers are agreed
i in Raiford. The men hat been drinkIng his flight from the Mexican capital. the luck of a quorum. After one hour on cOI'n. II S 3-H on outs ami! $1.75:; a bll r. that the peak of high prices has been

Lower Shoe Prices Predicted! by Tanners and created such a disturbancethat Whether he fell fighting or a victim and a half of balloting Governor De I j',I ret. on i'rk.Tonight passed' ', according/; to the Commercial '

Secretary" Marshal Sapp decided to arrest of the celebrated 'Iey fuega," I.u Hueita received the necessary' two owing to the tension ere- Bulletin, the authortialive organ of
Washington, May 25.-Lower shoe [them. lie began/; with Hazzard who which made dead men of Madero and thirds majority. i I ated, every brokerage house in ChiI : the wool Industry.Washington .
prices late next winter and spring 1 resisted, and the officer was hampered Saurez, or at'tua1was\ murdered ina The I} cago was calling for heavily Inl'l'I'a",1 l i iI I '.
new president holds office J
were predicted today by Edward.. in his movement by the women, who coup de't'tat., is obscured in such der un-. ,I maigins on all open trades, nnd there , May 20.-Regardless
Prietn
tlia-Auga plan and hall already '
Brand, secretary of the Tanners' tried to persuade him to let the man fragmentary information .s has come I I was prospect of another strenuous : of the spreading wave of price reductions .
Council of the United States, testifying I 1 alone. lie was at last compelled to out of the tropical fastness of Tlax- lions from postponed the presidential elee-j,i II day on exchange tomorrow. Whether 'I Assistant Attorney General
July 4 to 5
before the senate committee of knock his man down with his billy be. caltonga, where he died presumably der September una|, reaction or a further drop in quotations Gurvan; lunnounced\ tonight that thegovernment's
of the Prieta
authority '
fore he could surround d few friends. "Auga! was to be looked for, few authorities
inquiry. Tanners and manufacturers subdue him. ,I by a loyal Plan" which makes him chief efforts ut hunting down
believe prices will fall by that time. I!\ The younger Green Andrew, then Early dispatches today from Mexlro of the liberal constitutional supreme lie 'I wore willing to predict but anxiety profiteering merchant have been extended .
said Mr; Brand because of the recent came up to the officer and in his rage City said the former president had exercised the army.in catling was evident that either contingency to more than a score of cities.
decline in leather prices. These pri- I uttered some threatening/; words. lie been killed in an attack led by Gen. the same authority session of should be guarded against to an While he did not think that the Department
ces would not soon be reflected in hurriedly left the scene but soon re- :, Herrara, who had gone with Carranza extraordinary > con unusual degree. of Justice deserved too much

shoe prices he said, because shoes turned armed with a piece of Ford in flight but later deserted to the gress.TEMPLK- - ---.. ..-- -- Rural owners took a conspicuous credit, he raid that ho could not endorse
are made up far in advance of the 'steering' gear/; and struck Sapp on the i j revolutionists. The announcement : ORANGES !SELL: IN halt in the general selling rush that the claims\ of nome merchant
season, but would become apparent temple fracturing the ukull. Sapp.I I made at the headquarters of Gen Ob. BOSTON FOR $27.00 A BOX ,precipitated todays' smash in prices that they were actuated by patriotic
nevertheless. I I who is a very strong mane fell unconscious regon head of the revolutionary It was said also that heavy picssuro motives, and he said that there was a
Foreign purchases have been reduced -I' and was carried to his home. I I I element gave the impression Car came from houses with Wall street very general campaign <*.n by several
because of the exchange situation, Sheriff Epperson, of Starke, was |I I ranza had died in battle. Telegraphic advices to the Buckeye connections. The outstanding certainty national trade union associations to

he said, and domestic purchases have notified, and he and Deputy Baisden But later advices received in El Nurseries, Tampa, record the sale in was that liquidation of mag. nullify effort, to secure lower price
declined because retailers are buying arrived on the scene as fast as they Paso charged that Carranza had been the Boston auction fruit market Wednesday nitude had commenced and was wholly "This stuff is the purest buncombe"
"hand to mouth." could hasten to Raiford. Both the I I I made a prisoner and assassinated in I of a box of the now famous unchecked when the session came Gurvan said. "If they are patriotic
|'I Green brothers ', I Temple oranges at what is perhapsthe to un end with where
now their
were arrested brought/; a "cowardly manner" and said Rome quotations it the wax patriotism a
Federal' Agents Trail Four Carloads to Starke and lodged/; in the county i i j i of his friends who were with him at i world's record breaking. price of lowest point reached and the trailing year ago; when prices were !going up 'I

of Spuds In Chicago Yards I I I jail without bond, to await the result I'I the time had sent a protest to Gen. I $27 for the box. pits a bedlam.I'Yar and up and, Incidentally, these fel. /
Chicago, May 24.-Three squads of of Sapp's! injury. IFARMERS' Gonzalez. The Temple orange is a new Florida I of a glut of supplies at ._ ._____ I'I product, having originated in the "
Federal agents were ordqred to trail -- The full story may not be Immediately \ renters had much to do with money ,
grove of L. A. )Hakes( at Winter Park .
four carloads of today UNION DRIVE STARTS the extreme weakness of the --.-.-.
potatoes as known .nd even then may be grain -
and its commercial having '
having been switched around railroad !MONDAY I I the subject of dispute. In any event been undertaken development by !M. E. and D. market and of the sympathetic actionof MAIM CANOVA'S Ill 11111 IAYlRTY

yards here from five to seven days it adds one' more drop to the river of C. Gillett. provlxion In this connection the

without any attempt to unload tht'm.1 As was stated in last week's Telegraph -:1 blood which has flowed over Mexico It 1 is named in honor of the late belief was. widely accepted that a -

Edward J. Brennan superintendent the Local Farmers Union will J since Poiforio Diaz'signed his abdication William Chase: Tempo of Winter Park I drastic! order would be Issued for (the Little Miss Mary Rebecca( Cariova,
of the department of justice, stated conduct a drive for membership beginning I In tears and died a heartbroken who contributed strongly to modern railroads to move grain on a priority tim, attractive daughter of Mr. and
that he began the inquiry in obedience basis. Another special! hcurixh Influence Mrs. .E. K. Cnnovii
Monday, May 31, at two man in Spain.Carran.r.I1's citrus development In the state. When celebrated her ,
to instruction from District Attorney o'clock p. m., at the court house in i i iStarke death and the manner attention lint was called to this new was the continued attention givento tenth birthday by entertaining a \

Cline, who is in Washington. and ]lasting for one week. | of it, probably will have some important variety it was predicted thi* wouldbe the cutting of nicrdmndiHU prices number of her friend at II lovely ,.
Mr. Brennan said the agents! were This is of the utmost importance bearing on the action of the a "ten dollar box orange." The in department stores at distant t'ltit'hpt.t'll" ", pnity Saturday afternoon. .
to get t'vldence'Bufficit'nt convict 'to the section per w I little (II' no notice In thit cnn- The churming\ hostess
to farmers of this and! United States when the time comes sale In question in the Boston market young i'e-
before a Jury.U. needs no further argument, hut as a I, to con id"r recognition of the govern1' ; evidently shows the correctness of | fusion was taken of the recovery today t'olved a large number of beautiful t.J
farmer and member of the Farmer ment which succedi him. When the claims insofar as the ability of of Liberty bonds. presents from her ftlends and relatives '

S. May Be Buying Food Abroad *Union I Would urge each and everyfarmer :.] ]President i Wilson was refu8in to recognize the fruit to top' the market among I: -----. who came to with", her "many
Unless Production in Boosted in this and other localities to I Huerta, he bused his actionon exclusive purchasers of the highest A !DISMAL !MAY happy' returns of tIll day." Mary entertained "I i,

Washington, May 25.-Decrease in attend the speaking at the opening of the untimely deaths of Madcro and grade fruits. her guests on the lawn under '
agricultural production may result in this' drive. You can certainly afford |., Searez and announced a broad gen- !May In former years has been distinguished the shade of the ]large trees, which fr

this country becoming dependent upon to give that much time to an invest-) cral policy to' the effect that no SHEEP RAISING: :' RECORD NEAR a* the dryest of the m"lp an Ideal place to play the circle
of what has much I months, with clour skies. gentlohrppgcs games that are the delight) of the Ii
over seas food supplies, Herbert gation meant so to government would be recognized! ()CALAIs
Hoover declared today in a letter to, other localities. I I which did not rent on constitutional mill plants and trees growing ycintig' people A feature of the ,..I '
If have been in'' a'' luxuriantly-just surh a May a* timhoot amunonient wa a nut hunt, which
pen
Representative Riddick of Montana you disappointed j elections and which was based on Florida. destined to become
setting forth the former food admin- other organizations of this nature' I j force of arms alone. As it is generi givat "hl't'p.I'aisin state ? E. C. hud In mind when he wrote resulted III Don Hoover finding the \;,
I
istrator's views as to practical measures you can benefit us now by warning us'i !, ally recognized that no government Beuchler manager of the Anthony C C and you scarce would startIf largest number of nuts, and, receiving f

to insure better returns to thefarmer of the mistakes of others. Remember i )in Mexico could hope to stand without farms, near Anthony, says that the from a beech's ht.artA as apprize a box of candy
for his labor and investment. that we must profit by our mistakes i'I recognition by the United 1 States, sheep raising poisibihties' of the sUite 1 blue-eyed dryad, stepping forth ItefntHhmcnt were! nerved on the
Deploring absence of a constructive and also remember that the farmers | |the death of Carranza and what responsibility are wonderful. The results that have Should say, lawn, the little folk 1It'lIlInltIlt'nl'
policy of agricultural readjustment of this locality will\ Home day organize the present revolutionists been obtained on the Anthony farms I Behold me) I urn !'ilayl' selves on strips( of carpet that had
Mr. Hoover suggested that creation in an effective way and the quit"k.1! may share in it, in regarded by offi- give Mr. Beuchler good basis for his "pf'1I ,placed for their comfort. Mrs.
of a standing commission for er the better for all concerned. Hence j I cials and diplomats here as certain judgment. )He( has just sheared 1,000 The May of this yeur bus been 110 Canovu' served the happy kiddies. with

the better rotation of crops and the i it behooves each and every one of us'' ',I to become a large element in this pounds> of wool off 225 head! of Dor- I rainy arid blustering till one poet who 1 lee cream and cake, being assisted by
'to shoulder the wheel and I', entitled his pessimistic "It Is Margaret; Long and Audrey Johns.
better information of farmers should I put our to I government's action. set ewes 'and the same ewes this last opus
be begun/; at once. do our part. Right here, let me urge.f |'I. Carranza was the country govern- winter dropped 240 lambs.. The lambs not always May" seems! ju tltlt'd. No Those f'nJnylnlthl.. happy affair

Wild extravagance/; and misuse of f you to do your part; do not wait for r'ment! of the state! of Coahuila who now average seventy-five pound in j I j sooner have the fields dried so that were: Florence Andrews" Elizabeth
extended credits for speculation and j the other man to do all the disagreeable {., united the Mexicans under the bannerof weight There are now GiO! head of r the plow horse can walk without bogging I Andrews., Leila Dea Andrews, Lucite

profiteering and non-essential production work of organizing and you waiting constitutionalists in 1013 and sheep on the Anthony farms. I|I j than another heavy rain comes Mitchell, Eugene Matthews Sammy!
factors till the fighting/; Is over, but help to delay cultivation. "General Green"is Slernbcrtr' Ruth fI't'rn'prlloulliA
in
contributing the
are fought Huerta, who seized the I'owt'r.with Mr. Beuchler thinks that I.
sheep can
I harder to fight this than Stewart, Ella: Jones, Mary I..... Wynn
present inflated prices, Mr. Hoover us. You don't know how bad we need the wholesale, executions which be raised cheaper In Florida than any : yell ever,
and how bad need yet this has been /.I'uodlime for Betting Martha Powell Billy Graham EuniceCanova :
wrote When the collapse occurs, hepredicted your support you accompaincd the disposition and place he has been. The sheep on this I :
intermediate dealers "will\| 'our support and co-operation. I i death of Madcro. Headed by the mil. farm have been fed on no grain at all. out potato draws, and wo hope James Richard Wainwright,
be able the Whether or not you favor a farm.ers' the sweet potato crop will make up Gladys' Russell. Miriam Ortagus, Donhoover
to greatest his
portionto of
pass itary genius the dashing Villa The ewes after lambing have run win. "'"
.
1 for the shortage of the Joseph Thomas., Owen Griffin ,>
organization out on the afternoon corn crop ,
the back of the come -
farmer matterbow victories.
r\f\ army won many ter pasture of oats and rye. The .. \\l
-.- -- ? Harriet Rltch, Carlyle Ritch Ev.:
carefully handled." of \May Slut, and hear someaddresses But quarreled with Villa and ,
soon of the the
worth time and more. rest year they run over PRESIDENTIAL);: : ASPIRANTS TO elyn and Doris Pope, Gussln Mao Bennett r
"War deterioration in our transportation your no sooner was in Mexico City and rcc various fields of the farm.
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I i EXPLAIN: KXPKNIHTtJIlESWashington : : William Harvard Lonlsi Jolty 1-
A. J. THOMAS. '
facilities has created periodic _A cognized by the United States than One of the beautiful sights to beseen Julia Etta Cunovu. Fanny Gaxkins. "
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fitrictur in the free How of food I he had a revolution on his hands with in Marlon county In mid-winter
.NOTICE TO THE VOTERS |I In Darby Hazel MMdletnn, Thelmo Brln. '
May 2fi.- its inquiry ,
from the farm I Villa its leader. ,
to the consumer, theJetter an is the herd of ewc' and lumh on the son, James William Brownlee, Virgin-
stated. has I I I Although aided l in by the into prerorivrntloii campaign expenditurus -
"This the
of the
compelled every way rolling green pastures Anthony
I wish to say to the good people and the pledges\ hI: prnsldontlal IA Weeks., Ruby DnvU, Frances CnlIi'y -
buy '
ShOL.t.age United States CurranzaI
to local government
consumer during a farm. ,
of Bradford county that on account of candidate, the rtrnuUi inves1 S. R. John, Jr., Lucite Johns.
and the farmer to sell his prod. I I I pursued a decidedly anti-American Mr. Beuchler nays that he has ( .. .-. --
the rains it will be impossible for me ,
| tigating committee dealt in
uct during a local glut. Continued inflation course, and during the world war a a number of hiM sheep and 1 lambs kill j quick mic-
I THEATRE: 1'IC1'n MISS
to see all of you, as I had expectede cession today with the candidacies, of lt
of crediU since the.armi, tlce decided anti-allied course which wan ed by dogs. The flog problem l Is the |
do and I am writing! this to ask I I Herbert. )Hoover ami Senator France" I LEWIS! :
has extended speculation and profiteering topped off by the celebrated Zimmer.man most serious that the xheep raisers of |
that will take no offense at my I of Maryland republicans Governor .
you ,
;
by expanding the borrowing note in which Gcrmuny-Japa- Florida arc confronted f with. I M"M.7
failure to call but if feelI j New 1\1".11",1 C. Robinson gave a t
facilities to food distributor who,, on you you tfsc-Mc'xican alliance against the ----_ _ I'M: wards, of Jersey, and Senator
any am worthy give me your vote. 1 Owens, of Oklahoma) democrat I Iclightful theatre.! party on Fridayevening %t,
wanted to indulge in such practicesand It has been said that I can't han- United States Ills downfall( has been HONOR! ROLL They also nought/: infiirrriuljitn from" comjilimenlarv to their utnillive I ,
for last three
he
has imposed a margin betweenthe die the books. Listen I am no had a weekly prediction II. M. Bururh, regarding\ the campaign I : sinter, Minn.. I Hilda I Lewis, of
farmer und his profit, thus increasing }'car and when he took flight from Bradford High School; for the Month
to brag of what I cab do, but gentlemen ,- I on ht'half'of William 0. MrAdoo, !but .IIIHI"'I'l> who i IH visiting hereAfter .
the price the farmer must : I am not.afraid of the books' at Mexico City many persons predictedor of April learned nothing, an )Iluruih xuid that attending the Gaiety Theatre
confessed they feared the tragic
he
j pay when buys. ,I i: all. I feel I can make you a tax col- which him. I he was utterly ignorant of the campaigns and enjoying the pictures, the party ,
Mr. Hoover pointed out that theeXctJ lector you will be proud of and I ask (II'IHI overtook First Grade-Thelmn Silcox, Louise or the campaign-financing\ of 'l>iiired to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
a profit tux is not borne by the that you give me a chance to provemy The department of propaganda and Howe J. O. Turner. Jr. Mamie !Mercer -I any of the curidi'lutcx. ICohlnnon, on West Madison street,
food manufacturers and distributors), ability. information at Nogales sent a message -I )Klolsc Hitch Lou Annie *.- I The testimony showed today. that and! spout the remainder of the evening .

but that they are collected from the Thanking you for the vote I feel] to the commercial agent of thoj' :Miss Olive Ray, teacher. $02,000/ were raised for Hoover with talking soc 11Ily! und 1 playing> rook

consumer by being: added to the margin you will give me on the 8th day |j I de facto government hero urging/; that Second Grade-Leila Den Andrews, a present deficit of $aOOO, exclusive Mr*. E.: S. Matthew' winning firstprize \
of profit the middleman charges. June, I am, i the ne'"" he given to the press with Loan Ktruth Glenn 1\1cl\rilh.n..Wilma of tim California campaign; $20,000for ) und Mrs. C'. K: Ahearn tho con "'
, -- -' -----+ .-- ,' Very respectfully II particular blreaa on "the fact that the Kdwurds.-Mi Hc* Olive Ray and Mildred Edwards: ; $10,000) for Owens, and notation. The rweplion room of this i d r

I VETERANS' MEET POSTPONED I|1-528-21 J. E. DOUGLASS. happening occurred far away from" Crosby, toathvrs.. nothing, for France When Barurh pretty bungalow was' tastefully decorated I
( I I the field of operation of our forces. Third Grade ,Annie Meirer: Doris with of
and
------ --- -- I took tho stand Chairman'Keriyon potted plants vases' .
There will be no meeting of J. J. ; CANDIDATES) STATEMENTS: The anxiety of the Mexicans on the Pope, Estelle K'ndrlckl Jiili Curiovo, I read newspaper accounts of a fund of choice roses.' Toward the closo of J
f Dickison Camp on June 3rd, as contemplated I point was laid l to the concern over T. J. Watson' Merrill McMillan( Paul five million said to have been rained lhtl evening the hostess. served a deliclou ( f

it )having been .found de-> Candidates for county and districtshould what the attitude of the United States! Knight.-Miss' Mildred Crosby, teacher on behalf of McAdoo, and mentioning \ naiad course with Ire tea. ;

Birable- to postpone it. offices remember that their might ?be if the repored assasslnaion Baruch, Cleveland Dodge, Henry Morgenthau Besides the honoree Miss Lewis, tho "
W. T. WEEKS, second statement of campaign expen- was laid to the revolutionist Fourth Grade-Elizabeth Andrews. i Thomas Chudbonrne and truest were Memtarnp Matthews and

Captain Commander. ;''III'S must he filed with the county -- I -Mrs*' Jessie Thomas, teacher. : others- as contributors. Ahearn, Misses' Louino Bessent Netl

.___ h'*' I! clerk not earlier than May 22nd nor CARD OFTHANKS Fifth Grade-Kline Jones, Evelyn Baruch responded that there was Roberts, Jeahnetle Matthews Messrs.E. .

WOMEN TO FIGHT FASHION DE later than May 31st. Failure to file Pope, Sammy Sternberg, James Wile not a "scintilla of truth" In the re. :. S. Matthews C. E. Abeam, George .1
CR EEFashion's I this statement will disqualify a candidate I We wiiih to thank our friend for'I liam Brownlee. )Hazel Mlddleton Gus-. ports. Barueh also repudiated, the White, W. M. Wolnwright. Powell .

I and his name will not be printt'd ,,' their, help and kindness extended to ale Mae U'nn..tt-Mr Loll Peek suggestion: made by Kenyon that he Carpenter Kirk Lowl 'Ii I
decree that women's on the official ballot. The IItate.I us during the illness' and death of our Perryman. teacher. was a sort of "government assistant"and -- -+--- 1

skirts and coats be longer as adopted ment must be filed whether there hasid darling! little baby. We wish to thank i iI | Sixth Grade-Lois F.dwardll.-MIII" said that he was a private cltlren. !. BARBECUE; AT LAKE: BUTLER

"by the National Cloak, Suit I i been any expense or not. I Dr. King for his faithful attendanceand Doris E.:: Lrfw, teacher. .
Skirt Manufacturers Association of the Woodmen circle ladies for I Eighth Grade-Louisa Diggs., Isa- ---+- The citizen of Lake Butler will entertain -
f
Cleveland last week is looked uponas :, Mrs. Ella Johnson returned Tue s- | their kindness and for the lovely !floral bel Fernandez, Laura Wynn, Elizabeth Mrs. J. L. Brownlee returned home the candidates for state and ;

a means to keep up the price of I day from Jacksonville where she had offering. We also thank all\ who sent Brownlee, Iris Epperson, Comer Sunday from Palatka where she had county office on Saturday. June Bth. I
women' clothing by the departmentof been spending several days with her I I the beautiful flowers to place on the Long, Eunice Perkins.-Ml s Carrie spent the week with her daughterMrs. They are arranging/: for a basket picoj .

i women's activities of the depart.iflent I j daughter Mrs. C. A. Knight/; in Riverside little mound where our dear little babysleepa. > Holly, teacher. A. V. Long. and barbecue and a record breaking
f of justice and a call is sent out Hospital.: Mrs. Knikht's friends I Ninth Grade-.Madge Middleton. crowd I il expected to be in attendance -
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for women to fight the proposedchange will be pleased to learn that she nMr.I and Mrs. J .Kennedy and Fam. Mrs. Jay Alderman teacher. Steams. Miss Kate Capllnger Everybody I Is invited to at

by wearing their old-.clothes tinues to improve. I lily. Tenth Grade-Paul l Canova Nellie teacher. tend.
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FRIDAY MAY 28. 1920.if .
PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARBE FLORIDA -


1 I services here Sunday and while here!! spent Thursday at the home of Mr, :' Sloan Thursday M. H. Hurst and Mrs. C. E. Hunt
1 )Irs. Thomas, of New River was were visitors to Lake Butler Thuri.
were guests of relatives and and Mrs. J. Crews, of Bradford. a
: S. B. Woodard who has been employed Mr. and Mrs Murphy Price were J I the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Car day.
j ; I I rol Wynn Sunday. Mesrrs. H. C. Richard and Lee Bran '
at Sanford for a few weeks, visitors to Graham Sunday afternoon.
{ ( County News Items pent the week-end here with his I| Messrs. E. M. and G. W. Hazen and I| Mr. and Mr R. H. Smith of Haw ,, nen were in- ,our- section... Monday.LAWTEV .
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here on
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family, leaving Sunday night for L. F. Johns were business visitors to thorne made a business trip ,

iridgend, where he has accepted employment Starke Monday afternoon. ) :Monday.Mr. "
- as engineer on a log tram Mr. and Mrs. Alton Jones were in and :Mrs. Tommie Thomas and I
J Gathered the Week Our children of Palatka are visiting the Lawtey May 28.-Miss Dora Cark;
: b* r tlnf Facts During br owned by-the Osceola Cypress Com town shopping Monday morning.
Regular Correspondents. pony Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster. Jr., latter' mother Mrs. John Hall. of Wateroak- visited relatives in Law.
,I rjI Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan and and Hubert Rouse were in the Pine T. E. Oldham made a business trip ley first of the week. .,:

I I : Ervin Higginbotham of Starke, at- Hill section Monday afternoon. here Sunday. Miss Eunice Dinkins visited r.er !r''
q" 1, tendvd services here Sunday.Mr. I Several attended the political pci )Ir. and Mrs. Jake Roberts were friends in Highland Sunday

1 GKAHAM end with their grandparents.Dr. ? and Mrs. J. L. King were visitors i I nic at Worthington Thursday. here on business !Monday. I W. F. Godwin left Sunday for God.
Secber King spent Saturday in to Palatka Saturday. 1 I Mr. and Mrs II, P. Gainey and children R. }1. Guthrie and Mose Barker win, N. C., where he wag called by
,: Graham May 28.-Mr. and )Irs. O. Jacksonville Charlie Phillips left Sunday afternoon attended church at Little Rock were visitors to Strike Monday telegram to the bedside of his broth.

,, i', W. Dyal and daughter Ruby spent Col. A. Z. Adkins of Starke was in for New River where he has accepted Sunday. A very quiet wedding took place er J. G. Godwin, who was very low.
r Sunday at Waldo. t I: Lake Butler last week. employment.Pack Mr. and Mrs. L. Anderson and the : here Thursday evening when Mr. W. Col. A. Z. Adkins of Starke was

:1 Messrs. W. H. Gurney and Jake I i,I Seeb Dukes, of Dukes, motored to Shirley and Arthur Bennett, Misses Mary and Lydia Anderson of I M. Phillips of :Miami and Miss Bertha shaking hands with his friends here _I
Roberts were business visitors to'II Lake Butler last week.J. of South Florida, arrived Saturdayfor Cooter Pond passed through town i Sloan were united in marriage at last week.
i Gainesville Tuesday. W. Townsend and family have a visit with relatives and friends. Sunday. the home of the bride's mother. Their Rev. C. W. Crooke, of Jacksonville,
Will Birt of Louise was here Wednesday returned home after a week's visit at here and at other places. They made I Misses Eva and Elma Edwards of friends wish them a long, happy life. secretary of the Florida Anti-Saloon
on business. Orange Springs, the trip by auto. Bradford, were in town Saturday afi They will make their home in Miami. League preached at Grace Methodist

j 1 Mrs Ethel Strickland and baby of II. C. Richard, of Slarke, was in H. S. Roebuck and family, of Brooklyn i 1 ternoon. church Sunday morning.J. .
i Caraway spent the week with her I town greeting friends Monday. spent Sunday here with home. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Colson and little RAIFORD I L. Harrell was transacting bUI!. i
': : parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wilder I 1 i I The little IOn of Mrs. Ward had the folks I daughter, Mildred of the Pine Hill ness in Jacksonville Friday.. i t J

C. B. Roberts and son, Jake were misfortune to fall and break his arm .W. M. Phillips, of. Miami who hal section, were in our town Saturday Raiford May 28.-A. D. Andrews I W. E. Torode was a bu'slneu'ili.. '
t is visitors to Sampson Monday. I last week. been here on a visit I afternoon. was a visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday (tor to Jacksonville first of the week.
.t Mr. and )Ir a. R. S. Wandin and B. Mrs. Will Andrews and son and friends and relatives Thursday night: Mr. and Mrs. C, Tyler are visiting Dorothy Schelly is the guest of Miss Annie Belle Robinson return.ed .
;( Surrency motored to Waldo Tuesday I daughter Mrs Olen Hazen of Palatka when he and Miss Bertha Sloan of relatives in Starke this week. Helen Nauright. I to her home in Melrose Friday af. )

c on business spent the week-end wity Mr. and Sampson City, were united in marriage I'' Alvin McKinney of Graham, passed Eva Andrews and Sadie Simmons |ter spending several days as the guest
J .. Mrs. Myrtle McKinney spent the !Mrs. Rob Andrews at the home of the bride Rev. i!i1 through town Wednesday afternoon. were vistors to Lake Butler Tuesday.
;.f. week in Brooker with her parents Mr. I I Miss Crystal Armstrong is spend p. L Phillips, of Woodlawn performing -i Virginia Weeks spent the weekendat Loca Lee Cason left Saturday for W. H. Edwards was a visitor to ...
, ' and Mrs. G. W Hazen. ing several days at Crystal River and the ceremony. Immediately after home. Macon Ga., where she will spend awhile Jacksonville Tuesday. I1f
I t. I' f Mr. sad Mrs Murphy Price of Palmetto this week. the wedding the couple boarded ,< Dr. Tribble of LaCron: was in with her sister Mrs. Hobbs. Col. D. E. Knight of Starke, was
< Brooker spent Sunday with Mr. and Math Roberts of Five Mile, attended the train and came here where his )' town Tuesday. i Ethel Jones of Lake Butler was ]in Lawtey last week, looking over the

' j i I Mrs Jake Roberts. I the Masonic meeting Thursday mother and aunt, Miss Ida Hagan, Allen Greer of the Pine IliK!: section the guest of Sadie Simmons last week i political situation.

I; I !r-1--. Will McEver has bought a roadster. evening. had an excellent supper prepared for was in town Saturday. end. Miss Eunice Dinkins visited relatives
j I K. Mills, of ZIt:, was a business Tommie Dekle spent theAl'l' k-end them. They left the last of the week :Mr. and Mrs J. E. Clemons and Mrs. A. J. urannmg, ol Cross City in Jacksonville Tuesday.
:J" visitor here Wednesday. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. for South Florida and will make their son, Elice and family worn in town j is the guest of Mrs. Sweat. T. W. Overstreet and brother were "
:- !t i Gladys Prescott of Sampson was;1 Dekle. home in Fort Pierce. Their Many Saturday enroute to Live Oak. Miss Latimer has returned to her i guests Sunday of Rev. and Mrs W L

; ,;;1 here shopping Tuesday I Mr; and Mrs. W C. Townsend are i Friends here join in wishing them along Mesdames: P. M. Barefoot and R. T. home in Georgia after spending a few i Overstreet.
Messrs. Jake Roberts and W. H. visiting relatives in Jacksonville and happy married life. Ostoen spent' Tuesday with relativesat months here with her uncle W. M. W. E. Torode was transacting but.

ly t Guerney were visitors to the county A political rally was held from the Several of our people are olannirg Alachua. Whitten. :Incas in Jacksonville Tuesday '
seat Wednesday.L. club veranda Monday evening and to attend the union meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Andreu and Thelma Parker, who has been the Miss Eva Reddish went to Starke j

G. Barry was a business visitor several] interesting speeches were de Baptist church to convene at Lawtey children, of Bradford attended church guest of Wilma Andrews returned to Saturday. ,

% to Sampson Tuesday. live red. May 28, 29, 80, and the Christian convention here Sunday. her home in Lake Butler Friday af Miss Jennie Hull, of Texas was raj;
R. E. Dell has been spending Hazel Warren spent Saturday here. : friends in the I
Lacy Prevatt, of Ziff, was here on several to be held in Hampton Sun- ternoon. visiting Lawtey first j
, business Wednesday days in New Smyrna looking after I Mr. and Mrs Harvey Warren of Drew Addison and family are moving part of last week. ;He;

H. L. Price and son Willie of business affairs day.C.. A. Youngblood of Larkins will I, Ziff were in town Saturday. to Jacksonville where Mr. Addison ( Supt. E. R. Poppell and children of .'t
Starke were here Thursday. Friends of Miss Nettie Malnes, of arrive one day this week and will\ reside Airs. W. H. Harrell and and daughter is engaged in the barber busi Starke were visitors to Lawtey Sat- f'

Sim Thomas, of Louise was a business Sanford have received invitations to i here with his family. Mr. Young- Geneva 1 of Bradford were in town urday.'i t ,
visitor here Wednesday. her.wedding to Mr. Moore on June 3rd : blood and his family have spent sever Saturday. ness.Mr.. Pinholster, of Brooker, was the Henry Burney left for Jacksonville J'
Green Kale, of Starke visited here at Sanford. al months in South Florida but nothIng Among those attending the reunionof guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Johnson first of the week where he is engaged: :
Tuesday N. S. Pretorious of Statesboro Ga., seems as good as old Theressa to I. W. Pinholster, Sr., of Pine lull during the week. in the barber business *
Messrs. Jim Re'nolds.lath\ Wasdm wan the guest of Mr. and Mrs; A. C. them. Sunday from here were Mr. and Perla Whitten is visiting in Georgia Miss Dora Johnson of Raiford visited -

and W. II. Gurney attended the Strickland Saturday. G. M. Bennett is expected to arrive Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr., Mr. and Dorothy Schelly returned to her :,i Miss Eva Futch for a few days .'
a 1 picnic at Worthington Thursday Miss Edna Dudley who recently here, first of the week from South Mrs. Jno. Shriver, Gus Pinholster, home in Jacksonville Saturday night. '' last week. .

Frank Abernathy was a visitor to closed her school at Jennings was a Florida to spend a few days with rela. Clyde Ward, Lucian and Fred Hazen, Rev E. C. Wells filled Rev. Ware'a :,, Sheriff .W. J. Epjic-ion. of Stark,
l' Jacksonville Friday guest of Mrs. A. C. Strickland Saturday tivee and friends, making the trip by Lewis Shriver. appointment here at the Baptist j! was a political visitor to Lawtey last t
Miss Edna Baxter entertained her 1
Messrs. Colly Barry, Bob Surrency I auto.S. church. week.A .
.. G, and L. G. Barry spent Tuesday at I Lige Douglass, of Guilford, was in B. Woodard was a victor to the Sunday school class Saturday after Mrs. A. J. Brannen and little song'I ; B. Prevatt, of Jacksonville\ vis.
6 Santa Fe lake flshln '. town Monday. county seat Saturday. noon at three o'clock with a party. A. J., are the guests of Mrs. I I ited relatives in Lawtey last w< .';
The W C. met here Friday. A twelve pound boy was born to Miss Stella Cloversettle has return. Games were played and enjoyed by Eury Sapp and Avery Tison were I] Mrs. V. R. Reddish was a visit .r to
1 Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Fowler the little primary class after which
i: Mesdames Lando Maines Andrew Monday. ed to Grandin where she will visit 'visitors to Lake Butler during ;!,, Starke Wednesday.
J Sparks Sam Pons and Miss Marcia Ben Gainey of Five Mile, was a her grandparents for a few weeks ice cream and cake was served. Those Mrs. H. R. Sapp motored to Jack
r :; Turner of Mounteocha, attended the visitor to Lake Butler Saturday present were, iris Brown Alwyenneand week.We are sorry to report little Sara sonville the first, part of the w.'el!
\V. C. here Friday I D. W. ,Borum, of Palatka spent a UROOKER Evelyn Hazen Mildred Cone Es- Wells on the sick list.DOIISON. I Messrs. Jerry and Buddy Norman
rr t Mabel !McKinney Will flirt and few hours with i> family Tuesday telle Lewis Josephine Chesser Madeline -. were victors to Jacksonville Friday

a daughter, Elsie, of Louise attended evening. Brooker May 28.-H. C. Surrency flaxen Ressie Colson, Myers !i and Saturday. i
I A business meeting of the Woman's Warren and Lamar Lewis |
Itible school here ,
I Sunday Prof. H. B. Wiggins, of Hampt''
Thursday with rela.
spent and Friday I
Club will be held Mr.: and Mrs. C. H. Newsom and
Jes.l
F Walter Edmond.on\ and of on Monday afternoon Dobson
family Mr.
2S
I lives in Alachua. May and11'11. was in Lawtey last week looking over
! 'rt i. Sampson spent Sunday at the home :I June 7th at 4 o'clock and each Willie Mae Nabb of Sampson children attended church here Sunday se fowling, Willie Bryan, of Bakers I\ the political field. ,
? of Alfred McKinney member requested to be present.B. county Miss Ethel Jones oY Lake ( LouisMarr and little visited
spent the week-end here with relatives. I'j i son
y, P. U. held an interesting service A. B. Surrency was in town Wednesday
I Misses Leta and Linnio Fogg spents Butler, Clarence Jones, of Macclenny 'j relatives in Highland Sunday.
, the wl'pkend'Ith their parents. Sunday Doctrinal.evening at 7 o'clock, subject Rev. E. B. Joyner, of Dukes, filled afternoon enroute to Jacksonville Messrs. Joe Dobbs and Arlie Dobbs j J. T. Reddish was a visitor to Jacksonville . ,r
. ;"l A crowd of our folks enjoyed a trip Lesson Faith and his appointment here' Saturday and of Baker county, Johnnie Hurst and Tuesday.
Works. Mary forum, leader. The -friends of :Miss Laura
to Santa Fe lake Sunday afternoon. many .
sisters Misses Susie lr.1 I
I Sunday and Nita The Baptist union meeting will\ convene ,4
,' Marvin Ogden was a business visitor C. II. Register spent Wednesday in 'Lewis are glad to see her up and out and : \
} Worthington. Sumner Andreu of Jacksonville' Will again. Mrs. Wilson Bryan of Baker in Lawtey Friday (today) and
'" I' to Starke Monday. in county were those after
town Friday morning. among attendingthe remain in session until Sunday
1 Mrs Forrest Drawdy of Five Mile :Mrs. Emma Brown who has been
Mr. Waits, of roadmas-
Gainesville I Paxton Shirley/ of Miami, spent picnic at Raiford Friday. noon Dinner will be served on the
j'l ( was transacting business in town Fri. visiting friends and relatives here for
r ter of the T. and J., was here Saturday Mr. I)
the week-end hare with his parents and Mrs. Oad Dobbs and chil- Baptist church grounds each day. The
j day afternoon. the past two weeks, returned to her
f I Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shirley. dren, of Sapp. visited her parents community invited to attend.
Oscar Rimes business visij home at Lake City Tuesday
f'' Robert Price, of Starke was here was a Mr and Mrs. C. B. Roberts, of Ala.. Mr. and Mrs M. H. Hurst Saturday. Rev. II. C. Taylor and son are visiting ,
I tor to Lake Butler Miss
I;, #, Sunday visiting his sister, Mrs. Jake j Saturday. Myra Herlong county demonstration
chua, visited relatives here Wednesday Henry Stone and David Pearce of' relatives in Alabama this week
Roberts I Mr*. Emily E. Jeffries! of St. Pe agent, held a club meeting
L and Thursday Baker county visited at the home of
L. Blanchard, of Jacksonville !
tPl'.bul'fI'rand matron of the Order here Tuesday. She has enrolled '
i i., Miss Ruth Smith left Monday for L. ill several Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Hurst I'B.
I lof the Eastern Star of Gainey is very with fever at club members.Mr. Sunday. spent Sunday at his home here.
Lake Florida
f. i Butler where she will enter the spent this writing. Quite a number of people attended ,
a few hours in Lake Butler Saturday Shackleford of Lake City, wasattending
f.I I normal. i Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Baxter and services at the Mann schoolhouse last' I I I I I 4 I I I I I I I I II I ,S ,
[ afternoon the guest of Dr. and !Mrs. to business in town Thursday -
: Oilell
I ,: Abernathy, of Maytown was I daughter Sunday. '
Edna attended the Baxter-
1J. F.. \Mainos f
A. C. Strickland and
,
\ a business visitor here Monday.
{ Misses :Mae and .
Crewa wedding in Jacksonville\ Sun Agnes Johnson attended
J i r Harvey Warren and wife of Ziff, lillll Marshall Proctor day. Eldon Baxter who has been visiting the services at the Mann school DON'TThrow
i !\Ira. E. V. Collins spent Tuesday In relatives here for the two
f.I spent Sunday afternoon In Graham. past
Alva' Thomas was shopping in town house Sunday. ,
I Gainesville weeks returned to Dunnellon Tues Ii "
C. B. Roberts, Roy Era and son, Saturday Miss Avis Alderman, of Sapp attended
I -
I Roy Jr., were bUllin..asstiOrl( to Mr, Stark spent Sunday in Jack on.vme day. j
Messrs. services
r. ) 1 Jacksonville Wednesday. with his brother Guy Pinholster and Clyde Iva Colson, of Pine Hill, was ,in at the Mann schoolhouse away your old
Ward of "
Jacksonville\ spent Saturday Sunday. ,
MUD Ethel town Saturday. hoes, have them re
Rawlerson is
I 'j Ira Riley of Ziff, spent Sunday af. visiting
, and Sunday at the home of theformer' Mensrs. Oad Dobbs of Sapp and
Theodore Will make
I ternoon In our burg I relatives in Starke this week. demons was in town Sun paired.
I parents Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Johnnie Hurst of Dobson made I
a'
I day greeting friends and relatives. them like Par.
I. There will be a picnic here Friday new. '
J, //,1 1 i, j for the club boy anti girls. Every I' TIIERESS.tTheresaa Pinholster Little Artford, Jr. Brown is much better Freeman" Shaw spent last week at business trip to Lake Butler Satur- eel post one way. We !:
I the home of his sister Mrs. Earl day.Mr. ri.
f a body cordially invited to attend. at this writing.E. and Mrs Judson Hurst of Palestine buy old shoea.i .
! "j i Dukes, of Dukes.
Ernest Sutherland and Volley McKinney May 28.-Rev. J. C. Du.
I T. of
' ,\. visited here Sunday buae of Vero delivered two Intel't'litring Stewart Willeford spent Otis Barry of Bradford who has visited his parents Sunday. Electric Shoe Shop i i '
+ .. Sunday with his family, :Miss Annie
" Green of Baker
__. been ill for the past three weeks with county -
| sermons Sunday morning and *
"{
: r p LAKE IIUTI.EK evening to large and appreciative au- cousin Jennie Odessa Maude Crawford Crosby of visited Alachua her typhoid fever is able to be up again visited her sister, Mrs. Bessie F. C. HOLLINGSWORTH Prop. ;i\ 'I t

t 1,1 __ Idiencvs I at the Baptist church. Rev. part of'last week.H. Resale Colson spent Monday at the Johnson Sunday. ++'+++++ I-I I- t Mt"ft I 1111111 *+ \

I"" I Luke Butler May 2?.-Mrs. D. W, Dickens' was away on business and I C. Surrency is visiting relatives home of E. M. Hazen.
I : {, finholster of St. Petersburg, Is the could not bo here to fill the pulpit. in I'lant City this week.J. Mrs. T. C. Hazen is better at ,this
: 'J J guest of Mrs Rob Green This was the first time that our people M. Gainesville writing
Groover of ,
1 Rev. Major filled his appointment> have had the opportunity and Sunday; here spent Llnnie Parker of ZifT, attended services GENERAL INSURANCE ;

hJ 1 I. Sunday evening, pleasure of hearing this able lipeukrr'i Ray Andreu and Royce Gainey are here Sunday I
W. C. Armstrong left Friday for and all were well uleascd I Harley Andreu of Bradford, was
the sick
on list this week. a
1 In town HAROLD C. WALL
services Friday morning.
Crystal River to fill his appointment I Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency and (
J. M.
Roy Godwin, of Brooker was a vis. :Mrs C Norton has returned from daughter Rosa, <>t Pine Hill attended Groover of Gainesville has j''
Itor to Lake Butler Monday after- Hasting, after <>\vajl days visit : church here Sunday. purchased a Ford from G. W. Hazen. STARKE FLORIDA
Friends of Rand ,
(Crews of Bradford
noon. there with relatives i G. B. Colson was In Starke Thursday I
'I
Among those attending the picnic nt R. M. King was transuding business -< afternoon. are sorry to learn he is on the sick FIRE, LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILE

Raiford Friday were n, Rosenberg in Pulatka Friday. Odessa Crawford of Alachua, 1 I" list.Mrs.: J
Charlie
Mr. and Mr, n. W. Alderman, Ritch Jo Phillips and family who have I'I visiting relatives here Litchfield. of Clayno.

Townsend! Romio and Maggie Dekte.Anlell been making their home lit larkin.1 ;\IM!. Garrett, of Jacksonville, Is was in town trading Monday after !

Druxvlv.. Five Mile, was a for several months, arrived last visiting relatives here this week.M. noon. .
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vlsilor to Lake. Butler Monday. Tuesday and Mill\ remain for awhile on P. Malheny motored to Hampton ,
Mesirs.' S S. Proctor Dr. J. :SI. their home place. I last Sunday. SAMPSON CITY

Mann and son. Howard, and A. E. The farmer of our section have
Inn I
Abernathy spent Wednesday
Sampson City May 28. :Mrs. |
J J. Base
Proctor wore visitor to JacksonvilleMonday. I been Ball
still
n-/l are busy digging Irish I in Alachua. Cain and children were guest of Mr. Players.
I. potatoes. The potatoes are of good Mrs. A. B. Surrency of Pine Hill and Mrs W. II. Sloan Saturday.
Marcus n..l<1e. of Five Mile, apl'ntSaturdft quality and are expecting to get good was In our town shopping Wednesday Miss Willie Mae Nabb and brother
\\an" Sunday with his ,-rlm"f pi ices for the cars they will ship i afternoon Dogan spent the week-end with rela.l =0.-- -',-- --_ =-_=.o-- -=. -=--_;= ,F'
f mother, :'>,rll. S. S, Proctor D. J. Tompaon, of Washington, D, D. E. Knight, of Starke was in town tives at Brooker.
D. "'. Borum spent the week-end C., was looking after business interests electioneering Saturday afternoon.Mr. R.1.. Guthrie and Lylnk Williamswere We have a complete stock of gloves mitts t

with'his family returning Sunday to h..I'ea.llt'\ week. I and Mrs. Raborn and child of business visitors to Starke Sat bats, balls and masks, both for professional '"1 l'
. Pals ka.Dr i| IIl'1lry'oollard, who for several Bradford, were In town Saturday af urday. and amateur l earns. ft ,
I J. M. Mann and son Howard month punt. has been in South Flor- I ternoon. 'Mrs. R. R. Burrows I

, spent Saturday evening and Sunday ,i i Ida arrived here Friday afternoon toIvisit Mrs. B. Shaw and daughter Laura her sister Mrs. W. H. Sloan was ,visiting Satur We allow a special discount on equipment "
,t in Luiliwici Ga. I his parents Mr. and Mrs S. B. spent Sunday with relatives near furnished to organized teams. "
Wilbor Marshburn of Chattahnoche. \i WooJard, during the summer months. I Dukes day.Volley :
is spending a while with his grandnnrrnts 'i His friend and relatives were glad C. Moody of LaCrosse filled hH Hampton McKinney Saturday afternoon.Mrs. was a visitor. to Prizes will be offered to winners of teams "

!Mr. and Mrs G. W. Alderman.Mrs. to see him. regular appointment at Little Rock : J, Taylor and baby improving in organized )leagues. If you are getting up a ,
S. S. Proctor spent Monday I h. L. Phillips of Woodlawn wasa Sunday. after their illness. are I league, either white or colored, boy. or men t'

F at Five Mile with her daughter, Mrs. visitor here during last week.. Messrs. Malcolm Harrell. Soober Ranee and Willie Johns, Ben Cros- notify? us and we will put up prizes for the,
P. P. Dekle. She was accompanied |i I Mrs. H. D. May spent a few daysat Edwards Misses Eva and Ruby Ed. by and Percy Griffin were' vi II ton here winning teams.
home by Norma and Julian Dekle. Green Cove Springs with friends. wards, Lucile Harrell, of Bradford Saturday. 'I

Mrs Ancll Cone returned last week 1 J, V. Jones of Hampton, was in attended church here Sunday. Arthur Brown, of Graham, was a
from a pleasant visit at Orange our section Sunday afternoon. L. Sowell, of Brooklyn spent theweekend business visitor here Monday.

Springs. I Mr. and Mrs J. P. Summers and here. :Mrs Harris and daughter Emily, : PLAY BALLWe're
Col. D. E. Knight, of Starke, mo- children of South Florida, came up Frank Cone and Alvin Clemoni, of of Bell, are visiting her son. Mill ,
tored to Lake Butler last week I Tuesday afternoon on a visit here and Pine Hill, were in town Saturday afternoon Harris. with You. 1

Misses Jnnnle and Truman Rimes at Hampton. Miss Minnie Hagan of Theresa,
} of Miller spent Friday with Mrs A. J< L. Hightower" was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. Jake Roberts and son attended the wedding of Mil Bertha

C. Strickland. They were accompanied Hampton Saturday afternoon. of Graham spent Sunday here at the Sloan Thursday night Quigley Lumber
home by Mildred Robert. and Ella Mrs. W. M. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. home of Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Price. Mrs. Edd Smith and children at. & Supply Company 1

Mae Strickland, to spend the week- Wilmot Crown of Starke attended' Mrs. G. B. Colson and son Resale, tended the marriage of Miss Bertha
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FRIDAY MAY 28 1920.
PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII STARKE. FLORIDA


-- for Dunnellon where she has accepted' Graham spent the week-end here with

the The fruit Sanitary is served Can Sealer that is in a position as clerk in a large dry his sister, Mrs. Viola Thomas.
[iii. Farmers 1- I .
Bradford
County 11' : use in a number of counties shortensthe goods store.
time of workery materially. Algar Thomas made a business trip iiub-My-Tism is a great pain killer.It .
relievces pain and soreness caused
When using these and sanitary cans, I Midway: Saturday.
Mrs. T. 1[. Waters and by Rheumatism Neuralgia, Sprains,
1' CASE BEARERS!I DOING MUCH: main crop will begin to move about ing each day. I clubs of five members working together I Mr. and their daughter, :Mrll.I etc-Adv.

DAMAGE: 10 PECANS the 25th of thiA month. The meting were opened with a I frequently fill 88 many as 400 family visited

i jo, Bay County: The citrus gloves set talk by Mr. Tedder, county superin cans in a day. It docs not take many Russell Famish, Sunday

r ''; Spray or Gust Kith Lead Arsenate out last winter are making a fine tendent. This was followed with interesting such days to fill home paptries. I Little Farm:Miss, is Willie visiting Thomas/ her grandparents of Sycamore - WOOD

growth. talks by Mr. Paterston and I - -
\ The cane beut;: ;: ;"active In pecan Suwannee County: The crops and Mr. McArthur, of Madison. j During the summer months an Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Thomas. .

. I orchard and now doing/ much injury pigs of the club b6ys are in excellent'condition. Each girl reported on the work that animal brought in front work in a hot Prof. J. T. Barnes made a business

according to J. It. Watson, Kla. Experiment General field crops are in j she had done this )ear. These reports i condition ought not be allowed to trip to Lake Butler Thursday.Mr. Phone 13 Cooperand
Dennison of
and Mrs. R. M. ,
,, elation. need of cultivation owing to wet sea-,I were very gratifying and show1cd drink freely of water before cooling ,
week-end with
: r This insect is a caterpillar of a son. that the club girls have been at I off To do go may cause spasmodic Johnstown, spent the Snellgrove for

moth which constructs a cigar| shaped HilUboro County: May 4th a con.fert'nce woi'k. colic. The animal may be let drink Mr. and Mis.: J. I. Waters.
;
I t, tube out of bite of leavei and refuse I was held with the farmers at !(' about half a dozen swallows and I Olson Thomas and aunt, Miss Susan wood.

c,' matter held together by silk threads.In Wimauma in regard to the work of One of the most interesting parts then kept away from the water for Thomas, visited the latter'g brother your Prompt

thin cane the young insect lives. 'the HilUboro County Farm Bureau. of the course was the darning 20 to 30 minutes.! After that lengthof George Thomas, of Starke, last week.J. .
' r" A prize was given to the contellt',1,' L. Brown made a business trip and $1.50
;, The case is open at the larjter'end Arrangements were made for an organization made the best darn. The time it will be perfectly safe for delivery,

.. and from this end the caterpillar meeting on the lath of competitionfor the animal to drink freely. to Lake Butler Friday afternoon.
W sticks the forward part of its body May. girls the have prize had was close as all the Carl Brown and sister, Carrie Belle worth sold for 1.50.
darning lessons.
SUGAR: PRICES MAY\ DROP attended church at evidence Sunday
leaves causing
and feeds the ,
tt.. upon Seminole County: Farmers are pur. The culling of poultry was empha- .
night.
F 1 the damage especially the leaves an it attacks chasing tile and sewer pipes in car. 'sized by Miss Floyd. She gave the Sugar dealers-of Chicago, who havebeen Seeber Stokes made a business tripto
are un
. the pecans just ai lots. Over two thousand dollars &
girls for
suggestions: birds Cooper Snellgrove
t t folding. Although thin insect will worth was ordered cooperatively dur for exhibits. selecting holding up the price to 32 centllpound Lake Butler last. week.

t.1 Y seldom kill a pecan tree they stunt ing the past two weks at a saving Demonstrations on the a1 were guests at a moving picture .
preparationof FORECAST
WINTER WHEAT CROP
the growth and seriously curtail the of three hundred dollars to the entertainment late Wednesday
" '' pur- food, and special work on the care j AT NEARLY HALFA Starke Fla.
j Federal District
I ;: production of nuts and may five the chasers. given by Attorney
and of the
furnishing bedroom
setback that borers will were ; Clyne. Photographs showed many BILLION BUSHELS
.f'r tree such a Santa Rosa County: Registeredbulls other
1 phases of club work given. .
I': quickly finish it. are being purchased to head the Canned many carloads of sugar standing idle

i Where these case bearers are herds of range cattle. A number of valuable products were cored and ,, in the Chicago railway yards, that .Washington, May 10.-Winter
suggestions were given to No Woi ms In a Healthy ChildAll
f abundant the trees should ho sprayed. registered milk cows have been added improve their work. were sold over and over again to pileup wheat production this year was forecast
: For thin use lead arsenate I thousands of dollars in profits for today at 484,047,000 bushels by children troubled with worm bav an un-
purpose to the dairies. .
Miss Heist, agent for St. Johns healthy color which Indicate poor blood and a*a
Ij t 1 pound of the powder or 2 pounds of hag succeeded dealers, which is in violation of the department of Agriculture; which rule there I I. more or IBM stomach dlnturbance
I the paste to CO gallons of water. To CORN CULTIVATION county, in putting on Lever act. It was announced Thurs based its estimate *n conditions prevailing GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly

: make the spray spread and stick best a piece of backward poultry work in day that he price of sugar to the retail May 1. The crop showed a for two or three week and will enrich General the bluud. improve
St. Augustine that the dUteatinn act a*a Strength'
,f,' it is well to place in the water from The purpose of cultivation is l to kill the Washington office repregeatativcg Bureau States of trade will drop to 20 1-2 cents a slight Improvement from April 1, the eniaSTonic to the whole*y>lem. Nature will then

i" 3 to 6 pounds of soup to CO gallons weeds and glass and to keep the topsoil Relation Service pound and stay there forecast of production being 1,030- throw off or dispel the wo.-nn.and the Child will!!txID
South ._ ...
says has not -.- perfect health. Pleasant to Uk 60o ttorhnltlaMAXWELL
of spray-use 3 pounds of water if loose. been equaled elsewheie. In I 000 bushels larger than estimated

l1'I loft and 0 pound) if water in hard. Cultivation should begin as soon as 1919, poultry club members ordered March LONG BRIDGE a month ago compared with last jour's

;. To Bntisfuctoiy work on large: you can see the coin from one end of 2,300 bred crop the prospective wheat crop has

11, trees a power upruyer is essential but the row to the other. Use an implement 75 per pure cent of these baby chicks. About 1 Long Budge May 28.-Miss Truby been reduced 33,8 per cent. f I IOOID
were raised to I I Drown of Lake Butler the
1r tin young trees good: ( work can be done I that will cultivate shallow maturity. Splendid flocks be spent Abandonment of acreage\ during the
may I week-end her mother Mrs. Hell
with
with and ordinary.barrel outfit mount and level. One deep cultivation will seen in all parts of the city. Interest winter was little greater than in average lDNr
t .Johns.
on a wagon.; injure, the corn. Cultivate level I amounting to 11.9 rAyur)
in this work still continues evidenced years percent
j Instead of spraying; the trees may shallow, and at least every ten days by the following as Mrs Ben Sapp went to Jacksonvillelast ,' or 4.005,000 acres ; tom'SCALED

, t. be dusted with leud arsenate powder. until the corn is in silk, if possible. Miss Heist's report of paragraphfrom Maylst week to undergo an operation. On the basis of May 1 reports, 34,-

In large: groves which are not equipped Cultivation holds the moisture in the "At 8 o'clock Monday evening 200 ba: Ethen Sapp spent the week-end in 165,000 acres will be harvested this TINS ONLYATYDORCOOCEAS
Jacksonville the bedside of his
l;\i with spraying; outfits, the dusting soil. Corn should be cultivated as soon by chicks came in by parcel po t. Had mother. by year in comparison with nearly 49,-
method will be more economical as posible after each rain. 000,000 last
to acres
water, fed and them year.
put to bed.
Mr,. Jim Adking
.' and althouirh it will require more off"II" l is on the sick list
of labor and backward
Spent the next day in delivering them. Shortage a HOUSECOFFEE'
.. : this week.
the the labor cost is much less
( poison A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION< IS The same thing happened again on'' spring are believed to have resulted in
dusting Miss Alphie Hodges, of Starke, I
than spraying, and futhermorp, less abandonment
than
NEEDED Wednesday night and normally
machines are much cheaper than Thursday. was I passed through: here Thursday en- .
t spent delivering chicks.. would have taken place, farmers for
route to Worthington. ,
spraying machine For one situated
: There is agitation at the present The Duval county agent those reasons allowing fields to stand
in the citrus section, or other sec reportsthat Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas, of
time for a National Strawberry As the first bread contest wag held Starke here that otherwise would have been plow. --- .-.
Lions where be )passed through: Thursday
} a power sprayer may sociation. This would at Dm s more. In order ed under and planted to other
organization to encourage Mr. crops.
obtained, sprayingtillpiobably: be and Mrs B. M. Dowhng, of KILL THE RATS
consist of both and the club at Pickett Work on the farm generally is
t t, more economical. growers, shippers, arrangements had Starke, attended the picnic at Worthington
everybody interested in the industry.It been made to carry them to Dinsmore Thursday.H. much behind, owing to the cold and

J',. Ic. REPORT) or COUNTY AGENTS'I'olk fchould maintain regular headquarters to the contest. There were ten girls O Rimes attended the picnic at wet !!spring. Plowing on Mayl, was

---- ters, the Role object of boosting from Pickett but only throe exhibitsof Raiford Friday. only fiO.l per cent completed, compared ,

County: Grapefruit and orange the strawberry industry in every way bread. Fifteen girls: from Dins- I I W. S. Johns and son, L. J", were with a ten-year average of 71 per TO-DAY .

[ market holding up well. Some I possible. Conventions should be held mote were present with seven loavesof ( visitors to Staike Sunday. cent. Spring; planting was 50.2 per '

t tomatoes are being shipped.Ilern 'j: once a year ut different strawberry bread to be exhibited The bread I I Home Rivers and sister, Onie, cent finished while nomally it is 59.0 By Using

ndo County A movement I Is I renters, so that new Ideas could be as a whole was good. The gnla seem wt're.visitors to New River Saturdayafternoon. per cent on !May 1.
'
gained I the vlmtois from other to bo taking deal I STEARNS'PASTEInlo.maUona1mrtPmllnalOr'or
\ chamber of by a good of interest -S -
on font to organize; a commerce i
', tions. We would be glad to hour Hec-I' in the bread work. IVATEiMILLWatermill :
of not less than one hundred I Tom Parnell made a success! of his I JIa I.HIM.I .
o memhrrH. Large quantities of beans ',, our leaders about this movement, and Mrs. Adrienne Pcay, Homo demonstration ', bean crop this )-ear.i I krunrhf and \\.t. rlnllfll. It <*_toW ftr
: if requested Strawberry Items will for Broward May 28-Mr. and Mrs. r tftuura In th *M,p<.ui to run from the building -
lr. are being shipped. 'Watermelons aro that county, reports ,|i Joe :Moody was in New Ricer Sat- George Fowler of New River fnr WBU nU fresh nlr.dyitif outMkdtthi '
in fine shape and setting lots of fruit.I I take the lead in forming a temporary interest in caponizing is steadily spent I 1..lIImIl811"Two.I I***.Vic And,1..1>O
organization composed of the leadingmen increasing in that urday afternoon. last week at Bell. should ha ei,tough total'rOlnl\tlto toO,.._.
county During the
within Shipments the next are two expected weeks to begin. from all branches in the industry, last week in April three demonstra Will A party was given by Mr. and Mrll.1 Il. P. Gainey, I. W. Pmholster, Sr., R:aDT FOR USE ORDER FRO DULER
Thomas
and range for the first convention. tions were given in which 28 birds '' Thursday night in .Mr. Gainey, of Brooker, and Mr. Pin-
Citrus County Moth the melon and
: of his
son, Newn. Those
-Strawberry Items were handled. present were holster of Pine (Hill, were in our
', A flock of 60 I( .
F e
tomato crops hkve been damaged by capons Leona
Moody Mabel
I Clews, Ruby Ic'tion'Th\l1'sduy.'
owned by one demonstrator .
the :cent heavy tains. Sweet potatoes JlmH1II'lIOSortI -TIO 1 is doing Carlos Ftonle Rivers, Onie Rivers You Do More Work
: : ( { NOTES Willie Brown was attending to business v
are being planted as rapidly as well.The home demonstration of I Gerald Giayton, Pierce Clews, Olson at New River Saturday. You are more ambitious and you get more

possible. Many of the melon growers Successful' Short'; Course for Girls. i in Palm Beach county reports agent that at Thomas, George Rivers, Ethan Sapp. Jack Goodge was in Brooker Sat enjoyment out of everything when your
are planting velvet beans in their Madison Hillsborough I O. B. Moody attended the picnic at urday. blond is in good condition. Impurities in
melon fields for a cover and pasture I I 1 I on the canal, the club Raiford Friday. Mrs 'I the blood have a very depressing effect on
' members are building J. II. Brown has been on the
the
crop. I a canning system, causing weakness laziness
Gerald and Grafton Adkins
I left sick list. I
I successful short kitchen.
A very course wan The men of the
I lu\ul County: Tho earliest of the community nervousness and sickness.
I II held 1 in Madison May K 7 are donating 'I Sunday night: for a stay at Palatka. Mrs Teddie Lewis of Brooker
,p I I I ,' potato crop is welling "in Jacksonville county on the labor. The equipment Mr. and was II (j OVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
:lira Ellerson
and 8 for the home demonstration Kelly, of in our section last
r at ten cents per pound. The including a pressure canner and j Starke week. restores Energy and Vitality by Purifyingand
gills under the direction! of Miss u sealer have been ordered. II were in our burg Tuesday. :'J r. and Mrs Horace Stokes, of Enriching the Blood. When you feel

.:' 'C' We are proud of the confidence dc.I r- Smith, county home demonstration Miss Domett, home demonstrationagent I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodges spent Brooker, were here Sunday afternoon. Its strengthening invigorating effect see
Sunday with the letter's parents near Mrs I how it brings color to the cheeks and how
: lore, druggists: and the public have in agent The course was well attended, : for Suwannee, reports that the Wateroak. Charity Lewis spent Saturday it improves the
61HI Chill and Fever Tonic.-Adv. the number of girls attending IncreasI community meetings were successful !I and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. appreciate its appetite you will then
, far beyond expectation. In Mary Rivers is on the sick list thisweik. Bertha Stokes, of Brooker. true tonic value.GROVE'S .
everyplace
\ : the best cooperation was shown. Mr.. Those in our section Sunday were is not a patent TASTELESS medicine Chill It is TONIC
V and Mrs Jim Adkins simply
'tI _ _ _ _ _ _ The organization of other communi 1 in New River and children Raymond Brown, Wiley Edmondson, IRAN and QUININE suspended in Syrup.
{ "': ea ties will take place at an early date, were. Saturday afteinoon. of Sampson City, Willie and Charlie So pleasant even children like it The

I i Fowler, of New River, Herbert Rouseof blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRONto
: I How nun WORM IN CORN MAY UK Several of our people attended services Biooker, Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop

to CONTROLLEDThe at New River Sunday morning. Evan Hodge was in Rrookcr Satur. erties never fall to drive out impurities in

I Mizell Crews, of Gainesville, is visiting the blood

her parents, Mr. .and Mks P. day.Mr.. and The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S
; work of the first generation of Mrs A, H. Warren and
il l William TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made it
Keep aHired the corn bud worm is usualy noticed, 1 I Alvah Thomas were shopping in the favorite tonic in thousands of homes.

when the corn is about knee high. A MILLEIt\ Brooker Saturday. More than thirty-five years ago folks!

moth lays her eggs on the corn early Curtis Melvin and Ardell Crosby, would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S

r't: Man in the demon. This egg: hatches Intoa I of Brooker, were in our section Sat. TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a '
t
larva, which is the bud worm. When Miller, May 28N. H. Stokes madea urday. member of their family had Malaria or

mature these larvae business ail to Lake. Butler on Miss Bertie Thomas needed a body-building strength-giving
enter the ground spent the weekend
: and in I Thursday. I here with her tonic o The formula is just the same today -
When old Arkansas farmer the seven days emerge as moths. parents, Mr. and
an saw and
, I r. They then lay teir eggs on the silks :Mr and :Mrs. Jeff Mizelle of Worthington :Mrs O, "'. Thomas. She was accompanied store. 60c you can get it from any_drug

comforts a neighbor was providing for of the corn, which by this time is I : visited Mr and !Mrs I). L on her return by her sister, per bottle. +

I t his farm hands, he snorted: "Huh Iain't beginning appear The first genoration Clyatt Mabel Sunday :Miss Alva, who will attend the normalat b
of larvae feed the Brown spent the week-end Lake Butler. AFTER GRIP
hired on bud of |
r a-goin to carry no man with homrfolks. :
j } the corn, the second on the silks and Littlp Willie Prevail of Graham
round leaf!I" But he didn't :Miss Vngie Thomas left Monday 1 WINTCR: COLDS-
t on a . . entering the ear eat the grains that spent the \\etk-end with his cousin, 1 I
have hired and couldn't are forming.The ------- -- Sol Carter BAD BLOOD
:; : a man get one. /Ijt1 f quickly relieves ,
,
Constipation
first ,eneratin of the worm liiliousno-1. Loss of Virginia 'olson, pf Pine Hill was You are pale, thin, weak-with
may be controlled by dusting Appetite and the guest of Graccy Green little .
or Saturday vitality. Your liver
I lend.lies due to Torpid Liver. I is sluflrpish /
: cfHe COUNTRY spraying\ Home arsenic compound into afteinoon. and the bad blood causes your

) the infested bud. According to J R. I Allen Thomas was in New River stomach muscles to lose their elas-

Watson, state experiment station. DODSON WOULD STOP I; Saturday. ticity and become flabby and weak
1
toad arsenic mixed with 2 to 4 times Mi, and M1 Moigan Prevail of -then indigestion.Dr. .

GENTLEMAN its bulk of slaked lime and dusted into -- -- -- -- Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery i i

the bud will destroy the worm. ,SALE OF CALOMEl LINCOLN HUI.LEY made from wild roots and

t' has asked hundreds of farmers The dustaing is best done in
many morning while the plant is wet with I narcotiCS, is the great and powerful V!

living in all parts of the country, how dew The agitation will cause the blood purifier of today, kigredi-. 1

they get help and what they do to ,I dew to run down into the bud and Says Calomel is Mercury and eats printed on wrllp: 'r. This
tarry with it the poison In tonic: in liquid tablet r
a large or form, is
f' keep their men working and satisfied.The Acts Like Dynamite on
field the well known bag and pole mst what you need to give you uy
method Your Liver. vim, vigor end
answers make an former-moke up THK: may be used but a dusting + vitality.
r l.rullofllveCOUNTRVQItNTLEMAN machine secures a more even distri at n N'Y Take the''Discovery' as directedand

wire suggestions for every week. What would bution it will search out impure and
farmers it be worth to to be Dodnon i I. making a hard fight against poisonous matter throughout the
L i i everywhere. you "
C Every idea in the lotaure of a hired men the rut innTPNiiiY \virn HOMI: : noticed calomel in the south EverT druggist" has Ja1 system and eliminate! it through
a olT the gala
great falling in I oi
I the
and they range all the year round? More than CANNED Goons calomel.! They all give the name reason, IWt .' natural channels. W

way from bathtub to a dollar, surely. Yet you I Dodnnn' Liver Tone. i* taking its plnco, You can procure a trial packageof
i l I bonuses and from hoaR to can have this article and The canning season has rived. In "Calomel I... dangerous and people know the tablets' by sending lOco to i

limiting tri|>-U J'II'acIlundred. of other practical the face of the high cost of living, It, while Dodnon'Liver Tone i I. perfectly the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.

+ t tical, is working today friendly Ubor- pantries ought to be filled with home safe and give better results,' said a MACON, OA. "I .
-
might I raisedmy
Article of this eortNvinK idea for just that canned products. The comparative prominent local drtiRgiiit: Dod.on'lUVl'r nay

helpful, hard-headed 100. Spbaibetodgy-) cost of containers filled with homo Tone U personally guaranteed: byevery I Is family on Doctor Pierce'* Golden
A
I druggist large bottle cost but
suggestion for the through me. grown fruits and vegetables, and a few cent.!, and if it fait to give canytelii'f Medical Discovery. It is the beat '

I those purchased from the grocer i U in every cane of liver sluggishness s I Iy medicine I have known for coughs. I

52 BIG WEEKLY ISSUES FOR $1.00 I worth consideration according to and conntipation. you have only to axle always gave it to my children and it

Sarah '\'. Patridge, state. home demonstration for your money bark I Ii was excellent, not only helped the

agent The quality of DodHoo'a Liver Tone ID a f>lca.ant> V4 cough but also gave them
strength.
MRS. E. WELLS the home canned product when tasting, purely vegetable! remedy, karma Last fall
properly Ira to both children and adult Takea I i the Influenza left me with a i

RAifORD, FLA. handled I.i superior to that of spoonful at night: and wake up feeling bad cough and otherwise

the commercial goods. fine; no biliousness, rick headache, acid I took a couple of bottle
The sugar shortage need not prevent stomach or constipated. bowel It I Medical Discovery'
An s utfcariMd tutMerlpriaa .npnwatanv at home canning. Fruit may be doe lt't gripe' or cause inconvenience all the and H run-down'j

n.cc..d: Tk U"'i.'"_. ...u TW S.t-ri>r tmht*_ canned without sugar The preservation the next day like violent calomel. cough and built me op
Golden
U toM-il.* U_-B.M H rw.r-t71, of fruits and vegetables depends done of calomel today and Medical
e you will feel weak, sick and naua Tak'j'a beat medicine I have
I upon sterilization and not upon the I The PeopU' ever
Pont lone a day's work I Take Candidate for Governor family
amount of sugar used. Sugar maybe con' Liver Tone instead and feel Give him your first to purify the blood and drive

added where desired at the time ,*
,i I people all the time. J, 8. :UncJa: !oo. 8140 Bocond St.






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FRIDAY.. MAY 28. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA .
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print were Mopped it might be that Halancf !May 1. I-IO .. ........_.-_.. 114.44'Diatrict named Kan.
One
I I black mar mute named oiT.* tny tlm and the p+opt aervlcra.My .
my
Comes To A Man And Wife N. U
Happiness the would I Carrie, .
situation tt.OOO
right Hetty
newspaper : Balance April 1. mvu _U.h._. '__ 19077 turpentine cup with time .an cifNrrr .Iahd.an open book
I itself. At any rate, many of the Kewipu durlnv month .... UN.41 I tina' One double: wairon and harneaa: t one for the Inspection of th of thin county
I .rrahl. t wd _... buss and 'harneaa. All tool., auppliea andmerrkandlaa and I ask you all for .". .
Who Had Known Years Of Sufferings weeklies! that are being forced to the Halancc May 1. KUtO n. .?--,__,_,-.___ CU.I.MI." I :hataoeicr;:; or other' personal property of ,. ghmlttrd. ,. M. \r. 1..1.fun .
wall would be able to hold on, until DUtrlcl N. |* H nature or kind at the next herein

condition normal. .lYnmcola Balance April 1. low ____n.h. J!.f9l after described place all of aald peraonalproperty I tale this tnrthod of .hn..un""o to th* rltliMna -
again
were -
being .. .
<*ei'u>u during month 4.41 located and altuat at and of ftradrord e.unly I am a rnnHIdnt
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Journal. Warrants iMiied. _.___...._........_ see near, and belnar uacd upon and In connection for the Mare of county tag eollec*"'. subject
UNDERGO GREAT CHANGE | I
TO CONSERVE NEWSPRINT . with the turpentine place and location of the to the will cif th* votra at romlnv I
Halancv May 1. lt>20 __.............. SI.10 lh
FOR BETTEIM1USHAM TAKES ,\ I drfi-ndanta. C. E. It.n-cr C. With* and democratic primary eb-rtton to b* JUh.II. .
lllMrlrt Iwe *
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Colds Cause Urip and: Influenza Balance April 1, lt>20 __.___ ____. II 44 I J. H. I'ollard I at their "Cyril h. ;." tn Alachua 11>20. and respectfully rrfrr you my rec
NEW GRIP ON LIFE WHILE j' .
eollprtor the ..
County Floods ... deputy tan
Every is inundated with Itvorlpu : and .. each and every and an pant "n.
newspaper during month _.. ...
LAXATIVE I3ROMO QL1Nn.'ETst'leta mo..ull. Ih. turpentine leaaea. dcarrihrd. My .. l tn t h* twotde I In thin t 1 f you (
HIS WIFE DEVOTED TO CHRISTIAN VV and a> d..riIund > .ml.
arranu _
iMtwd ._ __
material which it is found absolutely n. 7.20 la the said .._ Cleft m. I faithfully, dlftcharv the dutlra
cauat. Them U Brorao Ouinlr anal d. In the paragraph .1
WORK TOAIUXJoN" oclf our Balance Vat 1. IH'O ._... __ l.M
AND FORCED
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thereof of the "' the best of ability, with
impossible to use, and which could t:: W '. .. .. ntimbrrrd 4. my
I GROVE'S n wa> nn be*. SU- "i. n'l II prompt' rottrtvou* trratmnt
THIS FIELD NOW not be used if every newspaper in the Balance April '1. 1920 _____...___._... IS.2C !j 1 A.Zpi APKINS. prxx-int your rote K.1".1. "A 1.1.. a
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ABLE TO RESUME. edition Kecrlpt durinir month _____. 311 Mauler FR.
m I' country published a fifty page! Gardner Hill. Gladstone, N. J- Sells M arranu .Iwurd .. _..-_._...____. 11.81 I CHARLES Jacksonville.COOK HOWELL, 1 w..h to say In the. votrr of Timdforif ronny .

every day in the' week. Rat Snap. He Says llalance May 1. 120 ..._._ 1.04 Solicitor for Florida.Complainant.' I .m a randltlat, for the ..fi.. of lax
Fifteen years is a lung time to auf- I Illitrlrt 11... ID B144td4SPFCIAL Co Jl PC tor and t n>np Countless stories from financial "I sell and use RAT SNAP. Like to Balance April 1, 1V20 ..___._.-..... U Pt I i- at the Mimln.r primary, Jun. ftth.
fer and struggle with ill health. Pain houses< difguised as reading: matter look any man in the face and tell it's !<....eli>t. during month ._..,...__.. 10.11 ltt..lH-otfully. J. a. DOUGLAS9. t'
Vt arranu t iwiued. ......... ._. MASTER *AI E
and disease: extending over such a _. ".811
pleas for charities 'every dl'PCrlp'l the beet. It's: good People like RAT Balance May 1. 1920 __..._._...__._ 18.Pi Notice; la hen'by ilvrn that under and by' t tab this mrthod of annnunHnir to M
period will almost kill one's interestin tion; human interest stories SNAP: because it "does" kill rat*. Pet- lll.trlrl No. II virtue of that certain final decree of foreeloanr IVmorratlr voters of Bradford rountv lh

living yet it is human to hang on sob stories that fail rifles 'RrcallB-I'a'es no tmell. Conies llalanctApril 1. 1V20 .____.._.?... .80 I made and rendered May l A A. P 1H20. am a rand Mat* for the affitul J of Tax Coilfetor.' ;
not ; funny ] .....>ti u dart by the llonoral.lo Jan,. T. Wills|| Jud.,, of I promise If rifnchnnr
> th
pub-I I in ". month ....-....._ 1.211Warrahu. e .1.11.. dul. of
tenaciously to the slender thread of tickle-and all written by some ca1l88-no mixing to do. Cats or issued .. _._...._._...__. 2&.911 the Circuit Court. In and for Bradford Coua.ty the ofl.r tn of tny ability, ., *lv.

life and hope. That is the way M/ U.Gurganlous licity agent who Is filling his pockets dogs won't touch it. Three sizes 25e/ llalancc May 1. 1W20 -- .?-...- .2.79nl.trlrl I Florida.. In Chancery allllna, In that .certain Ins I m,personal attrntion, "
of 1011 Castle street I fiOc; }1. Sold and guaranteed by D. C. A'.. f0 rain ohrn-ln 1..ke Butl.-r Bank a eorlioratum ITRV O. SAPP.

at the expense of the newspaper pub- Jones and Mitchell's Store. Balance April 1. IViill ______...__.___ 1110.90ltaaii.ly | U complainant: and C. A. Clalnry'
Wilimington N. C., lived for fifteen I I ushers. I II Drug: .1...,"Ins month ._n..-__..__. 16.USttarranu and rouanna Gainer are defendanta. the lin. FOR TAX ASSESSOR
and for ten his wife 1111'11.May j 1 .ii"ufd h_____. _._.___--.. 1.20 Ucralirned will offer for aale Wfi.re the Court : I am a emdldat.p m-lfctlnn to th* offlr
years years I The Hastings Herald recently FINANCIAL STATFMFNT COUNTY SCHOOL Kalaneo M,.. 1. 1112(1.____._._____.._ IKO.OllUilrlrl I house door at Clarke, Florl.la. between the. of County Awn-mor of Tva and will prvattrppreiat
A. Gurganioue"endured a life counted 'over the propaganda of one Fl'NM! !No. II li'iral horn of sits on Monday, the seventh the RuniMirt, of th* vole,. In the '

of affliction sustained only by the j Coanlv .uTrlnt< day's mall, and here is the result : I of nnmlv echool fund for the month of .Imlltv I: ; month .:::::........ 11.00 !I!:' |lust. bidder for cash the following. dimMhrd I>. WAlVWniOHT.

hope that some day relief in some Sixteen columns of printed matter I April. 1920 \\ arr.n.. ii Ufd .._.__u............. S 40 'lamia aitiiatcd In Bradford County, Morlda .
FORT
form would he found and health andliappineRS | Grnrral School Fund llHllince MUI 1 I. 1820 ...........__... 119.22 to-wlt i SHERIFF'
would again be hers. from the _Leonard Wood publicity Oxmlraft April 1. 1IUO ___u.__.___ .__ <'IMl O.'S lll.lrlrt No. 21 I I The West Half of the RoutliraM. Ouarter p.'uh.hr..I.'etlnn to announce thn nfflc m",1 a r.Mh'.I.' for

committee. | < rrli>li> dt eons month ______. _u.SlR.U! Ovi-r.lr.ft April 1. 1920 __--.--...:.__. 1.9t I, (and the Weal ohe-fourth of the .; .t Half County r-rli>rt-d I fllrl" of I..dror .
Mr. Guriranious is well known _.. ..__ __._. __. .8. ._ of I a. in )
a and Uarranta taaui'ii ---- 8408 Keevipti' durinir month ..... . SlAOliWarranu [, the SouthiaM. Quarter ofRrctlon 7'wrnivri. ( In the f I''t
Fourteen columns from n'em.nn > diselmra.
varied of all
j .___.___________ 47.17 U urd .. ..... pains .1
resident of Wilmington N. C. and I Halminr May 1. lP! !!0 -' --- 4(11KHlaiic. 1 I'-'BI.\ ToKnuhlp Four I"< South linnite Nine. riutii of fhf rfTIi' and rnrni-tty m.llrlt lh..unrxrt .
numerous prohibition organization! DUtrlrt No. IIInl.n. May 1. itii :::: ...... D.09 I> I Iron . .
---- ((111)) :. Iwinir In all\ Ono lIulld..dIOU, of ( lit rnmilnv prlmnry.tilfully .
gives the following account of his Three speeches from reIImen I .. April 1. >020 .-.______u__.. *"IO M m.irtrt >u, xa I 11 acre more or 1 I.... \ .. ,h.1., t J. EI'r. nON. J. ,
struggle to regain his health: con HWI-IIHI Hurinir month ._.._______..- 18 1111 Halaneiprll 1. 1I1 SO .-_.__._..______ S97.to I|I I>. E. KNIGHT.
and senators. j 1 W .rr.nl l>auY "For fifteen long years I Buffereduntold Nine communications from various> ,1 llalancr May 1. 1S20 _...__._....._. 2110.57DI.trlel umucd ....-..............._ 86611I! JOt:: HILL W.LLIAKS.1 U"nK"yrlohcltur ford rmtnty that I am a randldat: for Ihs" {i '
agony with kidney trouble. I No. I llalanoi Mat 1. 1VJO --.--X--..---.-. 1 ..43 I I for Complainant. (1-7-RI-B-4 fire of 8hi-riff I rmnrtfully nollrlt th* .u 1
minor politicans. I I __..:..______._. 16 DO Ill.trtrl I
Unliinr Anrll J. IH20 No 14 I I itf the votim at th* primary rlrrtfnn
:: be
My appetite was poor and I had to Two pieces of publicity from the Ihoet..I"t.! ,> during month .__.-...-_... (21 Balance Apr I I. 1V20 __.._._....._.-. U2.81JI'l i' l r If I sleeted I will fa'thfullv dlxrhnnr i I ,r
careful with my diet. I cut out one \\arranta l aurd _________-.-_....._. 42.ISllalanre >ta riiirlnir month -----.--..... 19 08 I NO. me. th*> 'ItitlM ..the ...*. I'. 8. ItFNMAKK. '
thing after another but the little I Salvation army always laid aside in M.1.. 1920 ................ 1.8' %\ arranu lH .ird "-_"-"-"-__'_..'.-_- 4A.H1llNlanni I I'M!'HI STATrS HISTHICT' COI'KT. --
the hope that it can be jammed In i "'.1"'1 No. Ii May 1. 1UUH( __.n.._____..__ 195.BJ 'h )l'IHrKN IIIH1RICT. OP F' OIlIl'A. I OR III'rFII"IOR KFCIRTHATIOV t
did eat distressed me just the same.I i TlnlBilcc April 1. 11120 _u____._.__?. II.MR llUtrlrt N... IBllal I In ii. matter of J. I). .'..lIrlo. Bankrupt. I twrrtiy annunnc. o..1 a randldnt. for r** 1'
would have the pains especially t-ev- somewhere and used whenever pos- .>rrll>ta during month _-_.._!! .**.0* "nci' April 1, 1ICO:! un___.________ fn M In the matter of petition for final diachame. ..li sible. Warrania isuml l ----- U8 H IBOtvnlraft KtvclpU during month ......_..__. 81.97arranu tin lila Rrd day of May A. 1>. IVJO:! onrvadinir for llradTi'Td rnnnly I rcnitrctfulty iolirlt -
t're'in the evening after supper they May I. 1920 ::::.::::::::::: B.82: \\ IHMUIM! __..".."."_....... the foregoing , It la unierr.l the uiHwrt of thotrm at the >finuinwprimary
would contiue until the early hours of : Two columns of stuff from the war Diatrlrt No. 4 Valance May, 1. 1C20 __......_.-__ 81.211 by the court that hearing in.had upon the and If rtwtol I wl. an 'In the t *"t,

savings: stamp outfit. Ilulunc April 1. 1080 -. ------------- 14 1Itcveiliu Ui.I..1I.... MBalance aamo on the 14th day of Jilt,. A. I). IH-'O:! be.fora dltirharir. the duties rf the ''Tr. with nrrniury

the mornings! I Seven columns from the department : during month :............. 28.68: April 1. 1V2U':! _________n__.._ 28H H2lrci said court. Jarkaonvllle, In lid district I ..0 .onrlar. A. 'NI'" r.

"I had tried remedy after remedy Warrant issued ___... ...u...-._.__- H.52Unlance >iptfi durtnir month .............. B.61Warranu at ten o'clock In the forcniruii, and mat notlce -
of ariculture ( devoted largely May 1. 1920 .......____..... 166.28 Iwued ___? ....?.?_ S.40Balance th."r ba puhllnliiil. In the Bradford FOR C'O.TNTY COMMIHRIONKH DIST. No. 1
and had begun to believe that nothing : 1UU :__.._. ......_. I ttrnhv nnmtunc mrnrlf a randldat for
to matters of no interest! whatever in IIi.'rI.1 No. JKalanre May I. ':! 2 6. ttlll.lrtrt County Trleirraph. r1vrtlon .
a newapni printed In aalddlitlrll't County T>ln
would relieve me. I began to gee the April 1, 1920 __._............ 4B.7ohtc.'iil No. 87nslunce e..m"i..l..n. for
the South). _._ ______. 584 and that all known rredllora and olh- trlrt N. 1. aiihjrrt to the action of the Item.twmtte .
during month -- u April 1, 1U20 u__.._......___ 641ltcceiiU \
Peplax stories told by so many reliable -' Three columns from the state! department W..nl. luurd _____u .___un_4___ 4 B0Unluncc during month .............. .'8 rr p*>reona In Intenwt may apptar" at acid time f primary.the I rrnprrtfully '011,1 the nup

people I decided to try one bottle May 1. 1920 _._._........... 100.89 Warrantsnurd) _._____...........-.. 7.58Ovrniraft and place'and, show rauaa. If any they have Pont t> vntrtu at said prlmarv.V.
of O. WtOOKfl.
I agriculture.One \ IMrirt No. 1 May I. 1V2II n____.....___. 02 why Ih. graver of raid, 1..1(1.1".r ahoiild. nothe _
at least and if it did'nt help me column from the army recruit Halance April 1. H20 u____.__.._..__ 1011 BS lll.lrlrt "... ill ...nl..I. 1 ti,>rrl.> announce myself randldat. for

needn't continue and wouldn't be out sevlce. It.n/ 'ryt. during month ___._......... 8801 Balance April 1, ll'lill' ._n.-_ ._....-,_ HA HIReceipt And It la further ordered bv that I the ofTIre y of County CommUn'onrr' a for OlntrirtNo

much. ing Warrant Issued ..................... Slllilnnce durlnv month .._..__.-_ 4 P6NVarranU the clerk acnd by mall the tn .court known 1. fnl..*tln* and 1'rovldfnce If 1
Three columns from the bureau of Slay 1. 1920 ____--.......... 142.88 .nu.'d ....._. ___........... SB 60Halancc creditor h..1 of salt. petition .1 this will faithfully dUrharn the diitlen "rl.l."- 't
"So I tried Peplax and you can war risk insurance. l>l.trlrl No. 7HdUnrr May I. IU20' _. _.___ ._..___. nn.ll . adilreaned. to them at their plnc .f ,nriler. ,'- Uat: of my ,A
judge the result when 1 say I am on April 1. 1920 ..-.,-. ._nn_. 11818 lll.lrlcl No. 39UnlHIICe tuner ... atatedUHnnia aMIItvII If WIM.tAMfl. r.'
Seven columns of Congressman ... _._..__ .8AWarrant __. . . :
Iti'Ctflptn flurinir month -- 14 April 1, 1IUII -, .. _ lAn.PI ,, the Honorable lihvdon M Call.Vlldirc i 1I I
my second bottle now. I watched care Somebody's speech an something tiMiui'd .__.........-......_. 8 flOllHli.nc. n..atpta durinir month .____.____.___ 6 16U . of old Court. and the Penl thereof a*' FOR COUNTY COMMIflHIONFK IHHT. Na. 1 +
fully and ubout the end of the first May 1. 1820 .__............. 16888Itlatrlrl arrant luaued ..__.--.............. 7.66Knlanrr .InrVannvlllr. 'In tM.lrlrl. nn till' dav h.r.y announr myself a for r** '
I Lesser and minor paragraphs too ".. aKalanra Mult I. 11120 __._____._..__.. 107.BO of May', A, n. .11 Ird I ill liftion mn Commlnnloner for..chl..l. No. I. :
bottle I began! to notice the changefor numerous to mention. I April 1. 1020 ._.___._._...... 1KB.BOKiciiiitn DI.IHct No. 18Hnlance rflrnwm I.ah* llutlrr' and Worthlnirt Otirlnir, my In-

the better. I got another bottle :I is during- month .............. 10." April 1. ll'lill' .._ n___-...____ 4047Idoelpta Tt WIIJAM. rumlwnry of the office, I liav. rndcavorrd .
I The same experience common to Warrant (turned ___..._.__... ._.___u 9.6,illalnnrr during month _............. 28.68 (Peal') Clerk. -rv* the iwopl. of Ih. dlntrirt. the
and continued to improve right along. every newspaper except that thequantity I May 1. 1920 .._..h.___._ n_ 146.46 Warrant Issued. ____ ._un._-....- county. at I..e to the teat of my.w.1"lly..and
I am no longer bothered with those'I received by the larger dailies Di.lrlrt !Ii.. U llalanco May 1. 120 __..__......... 69.11' NOTICE OF Fl FCTION I' my n*>rvl.f. hnv riven ..I".rlon. willJippmtfal
in back bladder trouble. j Italanee April 1, 1920 .........h..... M.MKravliila lll.trlrt No. II Tly the. towers veated In It.o b" the arhoolInwa the of .I.. at th*
pains my and '|';: is very much greater; than that during month ..-'_--__..--- 761 Halancv April 1, 1H2II _______.__..___ 17.ORtlrcelpu of the Hlate of Florida. II,. "...rd of coming primary.n"I'or C. A. ItOI.RRTH

My digestion is in a splendid shape which floods the offices of the week Warrant, iaaurd ..____......-......__ 8.80 during month n__.......... CM 1'.1.. In.trurllon of Bradford County. Flor
and I eat anything without dis llalanre May 1. 1820 ..._____.___.... eo.1I Warrant litnued __.. ._._n_..._______ order an election to be held at T Fen by annnutir my.*if a candidate for
can IMatrlrt No. 10 Balance May 1, 1\20 __.__.._._..... 12.61 line Hill arhoot hoer ""I..rd. June 6, (Hounty Oimmmnloner for tntrlrt Nn. V. iT..k
tress. I sleep restfully the night lies.It i illl impossible for any newspaperto Balance April 1. 1020 ....u._..__..__ 14800 M... 14, 1V20. 1020 to decide. whether II.rl.1 I.h"1 Plutrlct Miitlrr and Wnrihln.nni. 1 promise If .. .
through. I wake refreshed anddon't Krerlnta during month ___.__........ 21 ftl BRADFORD COUNTY, No 9. Tine 111. shall or not.Manaaera hat I will endeavor. tn dlsahams( tha dupes d
; up give space to one-tenth of the material Warrant lulled" ..................... 810Halano STATE OF FLORinA. election.. II. Burrenry, JoIn the offlr tn the teat of my ahllltv.J. . .

dread starting the day as I use received for publication in a May 1. 11120 _____.___.._____ 188.1/1 I hrreliy. certify that the foracolns1 .slab Clemona, flno. W. llaaen. M. CONNFR I
... l'OWEI.th.lr.n .
;
.
Illptrlrt
to. day and even if there were space, April 1, 120 ..____IIBalance. ._........ n >8Kpdlpta the ment funds of the of Bradford IU",..1" .. and Plalmraemenui' ,. of ( riihlle. In.I..rll..n. (.lr..I..rd County Thin will annnune. that 1 am a randldat }
"When medicine does such work as County for It monthof for Cniinty from IXntrlrt Nn 8.
nine stories out of ten have no news during month nn____.__ 1H.XRWarranu FloridaAtteatt I e..mml..I.nr. 1
April 1U20. la true and correct to aha
Peplax does I think everyone shouldbe value and ninety-nine out of one laiurd .............._...... 4H.(0Halano beat of and ticllef.K. 1..0.* llutlrr and Worthlnffton. 1 rmitrrtfullvilirlt .
knowledvo .
my th* vit of the cltlnenn of the dlntrlet
E. U POPPFLL.Co .
_
May 1. 1920 ..._n._ _.... (.17 I I .
told of it." hundred have to be rewritten.If lll.lrlrt /\I... 12 : R. l-OITFLt. Pupt. and 11'. n-7.Kt-fl4 at the June primary HcHon, R M DIIKES. ,

The experience of his wife was no I this waste of good: white news- Balance. April 1. 1820 __. ___.nn____ 255 26 Bulterlntenditnt of I'ul'llc Instruction I FOR
less and will interest many I Itecvipta during month .__..____..... 47.87 COUNTY rOMMtHRIONKR niRT. N. tThla I .
trying:, Warrant laiuvd ___.,_. ..__. ..___. _-_ 8.OnHalimoe NOTICE OF FINAL III SCI!A RGB Political AnnouncementsFOR . ..wi .nn"n., that f am a randtilata '
( (
who know what it means to in .__ ___ _. for 'mml..lon.. for Ulalrlrl No. R. Ireaiifrtftllly '
women the _
; striking instance of manner May 1. 1H20 u. ZUV.HII Two tnnntha after date hared. I will "....nl 0TATB RKNATORt adllell Ihs enpnorf nf thaat yatem '

struggle; with ill health while caring i: banishes suffering and lll.lrlrt Na. U my vouehera and final account to tha. II"". ... the primary flertlnn: to IM I In Inn :
( which Peplax Balance April 1. 120 u. .._..___._.._ 112.0S1I..h.l. (ion! A. Gsrdlnrr.founts: Judge of Bradford nm ft run did* for 'Hi.it R*>n.(nr for the held
for children and home. Mm.! Gurgan-i[ brings strength and happiness into during month ....._.____.__ 8.88 County. Morlda. and auk to .lie dlacharired aa .IMh "HP.. .. end will MiprnHM 1h> pnnnnrl.. S. T,.POWMNO.I I

ious is a Christian woman who was homes made dreary by pain and ill Warranu taauvd _.___?___._.-_.__. atlmlnlatraU of the eatat of D. E. hall do. I the comirtir ,.rlh..of A.my T fellow. ADKINft..lflK ni. hrn-hy annonnr myself a randldnt forth I
I
deeply interested In missionary work done this for o'u'd.Thi. .."I.. of County Ctimmlniiloner, for dlntrirt .t
1 I health. Peplax has Let Mrs. Mary Grated Tl'1I.u Her the 2<>th riar of May. 1020.It I fim n ...hdl..I, fli-nntor for the No, 8 lltalfiird: Tawny) aulijrrt tn the ai*
and she devoted much of her time to thousands and will do it for you. 8. HALL Flftcrnth ; .. 1fr'nunty .. Jinn of th* '.' at the rnmlnv dttmorraMafirimnry. )

Christian effort in North Carolina and 1 i Sold Poultry Raising Eaperlence"Three Administrator of I Ihs Estate of II. .:. Hall l'llrlrl ..1.1. th. support. .of If rl.I.1 I pml. fnMhful' and .,.
| at years ago!; bought an incubator Ik eaaimi.rtillc countryman. Mt the Jtm ormsrv flrlent .rrl"e Interest of beth my din
Florida before losing her health. I Sold byMitchell's this year I've made money. Hats n. K KNK.IIT trlrt and the ntiinty at In me, 1 rennrrtfitllvnollrlt

"It's wonderful what just two bot-i stole my baby chicks. Didn't know !NOTICE OF ELECTION the nupnort of the voter. H .1. HOSIFIt.rOR : .

ties of Peplax have done for me" 1|i Drug Store, until a friend Rave me a rake of HAT icy the '"'W.. vested In them liy the rtchfMil FOR I"- IFrIEfF.NTATIVFG'O"P. I "'ONFI .' for COUNTY COMMIMBfONFR DIET. Ns. .

said !Mr. Gurgafiious. I am feeling |I SNAP. Next morning found two dead I,,..... of the Blare of lorlda.. the Hoard of 'cP."I.lv... In the Irf-icliilntiire. r"
and life : Starke Florida rate in hennery. Kept finding t.hrm.SlId..nly 1'ulillf', InMtriictlon of Itriidford County here.Ity I 't'ly solicit the .up port nf the votnnnt of Coot Ctintmliiclonrr for District No 4. ;
now like a new woman new orili'ra. an election. tn I..M< held In l.awtey I primary flectionJOHN 11..0.. liurlnw my nnmtltenrv of the off IP* T 1
has been instilled in me. I get up in .) they diiuippcnred nltoKPther. Siteelal' Huh rlchool tllwtrlct. im. Hatunlay. June .mln. J, ki.ACKWELnRn. ".. mv (rent rndtHivnni In |H.hnlf" of. the I I" j
and ready Raiford) S. W. Smith 1 It's the only sure rat killer." Take lUth mo. for the purpnue of elnetlnr( threetriiHteea f I In trlrt and the .niin1y, and horn my rtwnrrf <. 1
fresh ,
the mornings! feeling Mrs Graves'advice. Three sizes 2l5c, and to rii'lcrmlnH tho amount of mil. Thin ...1 announm to the cltli, . for anything the day may bring in.; ', lay to |I.... aamwai d. rotinty. I am a rnntlldnte. fur Iteprmrnta'' tl.e r.ifuHnii ,ohh." J. M. HROWNI' EF.
Mir Sold) and by D. C. ;
; of Mr. and Mrs. Curl G. W. Roberts $1. iruarantcod For the pitrtKMe of. linldinff .hv std i>lt>e. five In Croup I. I rmpectfully. tdlrlt the nup l
The trials Lawtey, Jones and Mitchell's Drug Store.Your tion., the followinir mnna........ have lawn aplKilnl.li port nf 1hi voter* at the d.m-cmtlc firlmnrv to I hereby am a ....n..I.t.. for
I ganious and their relief furnishes a W. .. (lodorln. 1' J. Terry and A. l>* held In June, CIIA8. II. I'tWITtl.: County ('' .n."n.'.lrI.t ., .
II Harli'y.. IrHnir rnwfiil .",'nI..n to the dutlen. of th* of. .,
I u c. rowEt-t.. I am a randldat for Reprmentntlv In fire If I nm Herted, I renpertfiilly ollrlt th* i
\ Chairman Ilnard I'tililia. Inhtriictlon. Jlrudforcounty r""I'II.... 1. and renprrtfully anllrlt the ."p. ..11"port (if the "ten. at the ...10. nrlmnr 'y1:
,. vise. .1 the combos nrlmary pine. J. 1., '
"y A A A A A AI Florida. 1\0111'.1 Ii ,
A A
A A A A A A A A. lion If rlrrtrd I In Ihs 4
A A A A V V V V V VV prom to sass rnuntyrnrnfiillv ;
V V
I M V V' V V V a V a V V V e V' V V AttwtK n. I'OI'I'ELL. and faithfully In an ''"r to .ton the FAIL rUIINTY COMMIHHIOVFII I.T. N.. 1 i iI
f Co. Bunt and See'y. S-21-M.6-IH rment t*'..t"ne! toward Inr".ln. slxl. tam'fl '.h annonnr In the cilia, ." n.nl. J 'J
at vrry Hmnlon. of th* ." Com in Inn loner Bbl Act No. H that/ I am ,1
1 T. II. PINIIOf.flTPH dlilntr for ('Commlnnloner... 1 rmnertfull nol'rlt"' \
NOTKK OF PI'ECIAI. MAHIrlC'H SATE your niiiiptrrt" nt th* June primary If D. MAY.

( Bills Notlca la hercliy irlven Ihnt under end I InpursxanCn I FOR bent J FPIcAENTATIvF-r.IfnfP iinnnuner. a mnill'fnt: TWO., InOnup T ..l-v nnninnee. .1 thnt- I nm n ,..nIII.I. 1,1 i,
Tire of certain final dire. m..1
a of fore ,
Two for n" for tho nfflrn of ro fVunly r"h"I..I".. for I'Utrtct P.. It.
cloniire and punk, mude and rendcmd. the
on and r.wpcelfnllv .. the ,
In the le.i,1.1ure from Ilriid- nupiMirt 1hvttfrn
Illli' day. of M... A. I'l. 11120 IN..nl.U. .I.i 1
In and liy thaCircuit rity. D'trldM. to Ihtt .U..n nltti nt hi ,.rim". .I"h on .I one XI h. If
Court of Bradford' County rlorida, IrClianeery .Im. "I.rl Iw hrld dune Hihlll'O. rti'rti-d : nhnlt irlv "", ntt..ntlon! to *hw.hitffx
.m".r.l. "
in that certain eailpo therein IH'nltInor. the f.irf
H |I' fMIMFY.Kill .
I the "f .
from four to .h..in. renln.ular Naval '..t"l .01.11 nuniH.rt AM I
can save the price of *even Huirea (:Vim.pany fomncrslle If flwtrd.d. pmmior ---- '
YOU a corporation la rnmplnlnant and C E.Manor >. fultnful' and .un.eirnpnus' *rvtf+m. MM'1"(.I, IKMIIII IMST. Na. t I
tubes this year. and Annlc L IInr"... hla wlfn. A.rI. : M JOHNS I ".. f.r -rlfMtl.. aa a mxmtor t
W11 lire and All. M. With... hi. wife, FVFltTr .., |la, fount Hoard ,., I'ul.llr InMriirtltm for '

Layer view of .1 H. 1'ollard and Inet I. Bollard his wlfa, Thin will ruliwnn nf Prnd- Dlat' Art No t. If I am ralorl.d will "0". ,,
Pul this money in your pocket by fitting out with Mamlo W Ito and I.. II. Doty, her hilalianil ford county that I ;. .. . for Flirprnentntlv *- .tlnna me fTiirla e..rva thr le.l l In.n.0t
LEE CordPunctureProof Mrrlle May William.. H ('. Wllhama. In vrotip 1!. If I am ilrU'd' I will he fminle I. ( I'( WF.I.
': Lee Puncture-Proof Tires-extra heavy, finely made Jr. ('"rll. Willi...... Wat.nn Wllllama. Clar.nre nut r..1 every '. .|),, rtTi.ri to nton th.
: "* V fturraira and Clifton I. Bremer. aiTnfHtoiia unnec.nary of p"IIIn', mu11.y sod POI MKM' F" m<'iioor. noAim 1... t "
.hI"u. 1'lfI.
!!. tires, road-Proofed with the three patent disc-layers, and! Kxi'eutnra: under. the last will of the rontlnunl'.rnlnlnir' nf our Anal.' tax rat* to 'I Ha, will announr thnt I am *
r'y John' O Nlrholn. dcreaurd, and (t ft Mr.. pay ..I..rl. to unnwrennarv nflrem.lAMKH fnr w-tkcllnn| nn a m_mhrr of the County J
j a distinctive Lee feature absolutely unpuucturalile) 1 ('"lIum an ffiiardian. ad! lltetn for the 1I<-r"h.l.* : IFYN Hoard of "'"'. I. fnntructlnn tom TilMtrlrt No.
.
until. Myrtle May William II. C. Wllliama. rmpf-rtfullv mdlrlt th* vote* of thus, ,Ili.(
yet pliant and "frictionless. lr.. t-uitia, winiami and Watson Wllllama.am roll COUNTY JI'lrv ..
dcfendanta, I nm a randldat for ...hly .I". nf ftrai.f .. I'. M. l'AfOPT.I

I I. A 7. Adklna. rtnerlnl Maater, slush ird roitnty and hrrthy announce my rnndl
'' Your saving in tubes alone will bring down the offer for aale at putille aa otilery, and aeli to thehirheat dory In lie cumin primary J un. f. 110Ifavlnir for hei-ehy annonnr that T am a randldat
lived In tin mrfnhrr of the Hoard of '
county f Ill Putipn InHtrurllon
( my anrnerved
Puncture-Proofs about that of ordinary and lost liiddor for sash, before the al t,. Dietrich N.I I, I ,
t cost of Lee to d'Mir of tha courthouiia of Bradford bunt, I In a public war several y..ra I I promln If rh etd iff
i"i two I ran rfflrfently MrFnrm the dtt* .. faithfully dlrtrharv* the d"U. of the offla.
tires.' / it Florida. In tha town of Rtarbi, on Monday, of unlit, ,. .. I solicit the Hiipport of all1.'morstts and verve the nonntv at the'he.t of
/ 1..1
r .. the 7th day of Jumt, A. f). 1020 between tha .' voter and eltrt. firornlite fnlfh nhltltv f ...1.1... your vote* nt ..>
t I .lrl
hnura of H'uO a. m and Etoo the following .
p. m. fill and oonnrlentloun . R. A. flUEKM ftrlmnry rlertlnn .1."* T O DPNNISON.'
Puncture-Proofs deacrlhed proM ' Put Lee on your car.
Th.t lot or parrel. of 'land lylnir In the I T hrn-hy announr myself a eandldnt for the rOi MfMIIFtt ft/"IIOOf HOARD t>l'T. Na a
f Ii South corner of that portion of the North' ,,/Ire of County Ju.0' Ilradford r""h". a ranillilala foe mrnthrr of the Connt
I Know in advance exactly what tire and tube 1 want Qtiarler of Northeast, Quarter of 11_ t'l.rII., and nn areourit, of. health f will Itmird nf I."I.II l> 1natmrtlf. for FMatnrt: Vn.
your fIn f plan IIn In 'foa'nshln 7 "....''II. ll.ni'e 22 .:..t. n..1 b. .1,1. to m.k.n' nrtlve .m".I"n soul R and. rj"d Ttftily| solicit the vnlaa of the
bills will be for the next twelve months. \ Bradford. County, "nrl,"' lytnR Wet of the will vrenily appreclnt' any favors my fr"'nt .1"J,>n. nt the district at tha primary i-Wllon t
( K C A I'. Ualtroad. and, mora fully d.*. ran wlv, m*, I nollnlt your nupport In June I. 1>. IMXTFR.ton .
.c.lHd| a* rommenelnv at a point where that ,lun. primary. Kenpertfullv, 'r.. : 1
time' and the annoyance Wrat line of said rallmai right of way in.t.vewtr I'.F. MfMiir-n
addition-you save temper NI 9 '
FOII OI.FKK OF InIOO. I'
the Went boundary line ' said flee.I Til CIRCUIT ( / If I"fT. i
of changing tires on the road. I In6 tin,,. thane Northerly nlonv. said, rli/ht 0fway l l177 f h*>n'hy .nnounn* ti ir rnrtilldnt. forth No I h..I.. "iini>."ra tn tha v.,t..,,f nialrlrt
ofTIf r.f Cl.rk of th. Omul Court of I ranillflala
r
fret, thane Wealwrly, and '.....11..1 tlm rnn01yIRnnrd at 1oeud l..nrf.. ,
kndfnrd rnunty, itnljc pthe net Inn of Ih* r
1',1.
to tha Mention Una on North boundary line ol .
'.
"itM ..
t anllolt .
yotr* nt th. romlntr prlmnry Jun Hth f nppr .1.tr' '' of the vo. !
.Id 272 thenca
i iiuarter feet alonJa -
aouthnrly ,
t
**.MF the dutIf of *hl. Important nfT, *. nrlmarv elrrilon In June and
2J. ZW NN4 .. mv
hut mv
feel that T nm qimllflrtd to df hnrif. th*>m. Imit efforts In promote .
son feet*.t> and i (e lf:point:*lnir: of the bafflnnlnir aame land aontalnlnir rifwerltied 3.1 I j I II fnvlnir well nhlo p.rvrd the nnbllfl tfffnr, tH. v"I..art. neoeres nf nor ah.. .. A. A. t In jrtdir
tn tny for the oF.IC.
from K D Drew to K:. HI ( .. nln. YOn ('0NRTAnfR-nRTlctT
: nto'i': : I: soul If tKy .h'H' .Mat m.. I promt NO. II
I Jnnek Fehruanr f l 19(11. I' fnMhful and ffTlrh-nt .. .. Ynui pupfmHJ. In .o".n.ln. myirtf a ., for 'no.auchl. .
---. fr "HiI', three WD) In Wrliht Sea.."". ,'. I. rt-MrrM-lfuMy ohrlte.d.. .. W. ALHRKMANTn .., No, 8. uh..I"lf Ilradford county Tn"
Adtlt..n to Ihs town of flampum In ilrad. ..'imit the fnllowinif f am a nntlv cliiwn'

Johns Starke Fla. ford C'mnty, Florida IIII. I maVlnv thin, ;annnunrrmont for Clerk of thl iviunty' and hnv been ..n.tniMV, .M0rlatrif -
Griffin & ....t > Four (41' and Five (ft) ax per plat of the insult of County trntfHrrtfully well Its rlM.,.nn and its Interests
,r aurvey by C R. Half.I' for Wright, f'our "nr.d'.ro. th* pmipl, went mv lifetime her : and I promlpe that h..ln.'
Hcandretl In she town of "...."ton. Bradford. sublet t.. th,101 of.the Trnrrnn pit.mnrv r :honored wdh thU otfler shall duwha' 'f A
!
sty Florida] e-lr, -Hnn. If C RtrifAftnfrPFRINTKNniNT h"h .', of the ,rri.e tn utmtwt a til 1 II**:
On /.barrel' turpentine atlft and ".Iu..., soul without" fear or ,..."., I have sour eon-
t'' : / m, teli Ona cooiier hhori and all tool OF pmi 1C INHTRIJC.TION n.t.n. I wil apyIWiat5> ...I".. nn June .'10.

'.t'. McCoy turpentine cup and .,.rn... : I, .". ", UI'U; (I. JONES.
li fI, .,y riii and tin. On. bay horaaiam IT" the TmnQratl Votrra of Hrndford County ;
Fabl'icPunctul'eProof ..l Itilt, (In. roan none named loan ;: f take thin method of announcing mynvlf a f fW" .hv. (ifinmmr. lint| I nrn n randldnte' for
Cord or One ...y mare mule nam.d r'mma: One urns I fandldntor' r vctcctlnn' th* sullies of Sun, rr.f>M.nl. In and for .Irlet No *. I h.v.
maw mitli, named Khoda On. black mar lnt.nd,nfc of f'nhll, I'n'ruction of h,d rvnrln*. In thlnfflr* sad tf T am .|.. .
L rr ;It nulled. ".1. One black. mare mule namett I r ant,. subject) to th r jliof. thi, Fmo' mt: 011| wilt M all tn plv ennui v rvlr*. I win
rF Mai* Two dfjuhla wairvna and hame.ii j; adman m .fun. II' J elected l I prnmln. the niinrrrlnt th* ttiipport of nil votem of the d"",,.

II Fort' dip barrel ; One taaollne enrine and 1nnmitoiirttKMM i I Iiftii and 1..ln.l.kln. iwrvtr rnr' tplrl IAr'l J. J""N"I
dr.d In th. .
,> ait Umla or other peraonal property of paMt. P "O/'I'lt.I. .
wnau-orsir nature or hind, and all t I T nm a randfdnt for th. />ffli<* nf Connnhl.
I I
+ Tiresdk 1 and merehandiae. nn hand at the ... .u.II"1| T lake thin method of annoonfflnir In the pnh- foe IntHi-t No A nnhfert to the action of the
na/tr deaerlhad place all of the aid per- ,!', \\'f that I am a mndf'lnt Our the nfV|w of .Vmorrath* ..,.. M* th. romlnv' Irma, f
,,'.oj. ; property, helnv located and altuaut at ,'i C-imrity /.i..n".nt of flchooln of ftradford rnnvemant with the dutlra of the o"lr.
j i fniiniy: ru1. of th* D.mnrmll. 'I, ,hl. tn rflnrhargrn .
them \
anti ''' ar and twin,< uaerl upon and in vonI I I' andf .I.
".-.'.!..it with, the turpentine place and Inca.e Primary of Jim *
w ., /.d'I I I |>Fom n* a faithful dlwhnrjf of the .. In ametly anllcltedCk0
n or the
defendant C. E Harper A. U. d.l. .ppor
j nf thli My vjuMtrafinr the ...
i I I I .fl.* In : K. ANnnlr
Smile Miles / Withe and J. If Pollard at Hampton In . __
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at "o.ld. twenty yrare will -nnhl m* t ...
Bradford County, Florida : I I IOn. \I Int.ne.ts ,
... 2o: '.Urrel turpentine, till and fluturea, your I H WfGOTNK. J'nt f'O"RT"IU.F nlHTkr N.. P.
T
fomplcte One. cooper shop and tools 8K dip I FOR TAX COMECTOR wJh a.o.n. .11.. rMt.tr.et
.
bai-reui. On. 114-honio power, boiler : **.,. Snow I 1 herrtty announr* mynl" a candidate for N., I.I. to"tofflr
pump with all connection. On. hay mara the oflc of r"n..I. prumlii*
Tax Cntieelor f
I <* Bradford < ountv, rive .. , In my dutlen I nollcft
mule named Nellia : On. raou. colored mara t .t."t..
subject th* demoeratlfl primary to n* held thtiomrt a th*> Limn .kw/i.n \
mul, I. named KauOne black ma. mule Jun M. "2" I promise) If .I. 'else th t.rn "th n '''I!nt' r


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FRIDAY, MAY 28. 1920.

1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA.Mrs. -

I'AGE FfbURBradford II'' IS

'- W. P. Birt and children, of'' :. BEAUTY

Telegraph might is right. I Louise were visitors here last -week- ,
I
County Germany has so far proved a pretty ROMEOBy

-- -. I lively cripple, and by hook and crook end.Marvin Green and children of Green g PAULA'S WAY REFLECTEDHEALTH

;"' Pcbliiihed Weekly, and cot.T.. f .r PeeC. has secured first one concession except, then Cove Springs, were visiting in Hampton .
all the allies\
another from
ADDELSON.
: end clans matter at the ixmt-oflice it I' France, and she will continue to grab! Sunday.W. By AGNES G, BROGAN. LOUISE M.

: Stark. Florida. concessions while France's objectionsare E. Baker, of Lake Geneva, was ""CSSSSJlmi I

of her tur- transacting business in Hampton last ... -
I -== = : not heeded. In spite tad. or MoClur N P P T Syadlcata.l I
and Own.r. mod, there is an undercurrent of cool Tuesday. I GOOD-LOOKINU" MEANS THE
MATTHEWS, editor; and like the
};. S. Paula, drawing" the curtains of tier Itoineo was his name,
sense. When Germany's claws resume Rev Dubose, of Vero, was a visitor could OPPOSITE SICK-LOOKING
of old he
evening, Romeo
.' their growth, they will be able here Saturday and Sunday. He was studio window ou a rainy more famous
million pounds looked down with( a wistful smile Into make loving< and Impassioned speechesalien |
Not less than throe before and father-in-law Da'ldJones
to reach farther than the guest of his didn't alwnyswlKh. Irs A MATTER 01RED BLOOD
neighbor ", nut he
discovered Her tall lonely "I-b.
has been tbe street. he
of sugar hoarded away though the rest of the world may be while here. sinoc.tlily Romeo CELLSPEPTOMANGAN
in Chicago. The sugar was in Indifferent to France's fate, no -nation liev. R. E. Burke, \If:> Waldo, filled was striding! along through tbe storm When thing went
-
and converaatlonal -
freight cam standing on a grass should neglect to keep its own fences hid regular appointment at the Methodist ,, to tile house doorway, tils soft hat was merry, bright
grown siding. The present freight church Sunday morning. : bedding tiny rivulets of water various l. But If anything happened to MAKES RICH,
contention at the big railway centers and gates: -secure.BLESSED Miss Eva Williams was a visitor to'' purer bundles beneath one arm betokening ruffle his feathers! he could he n* temperamental RED BLOOD-BUILDS UP PEOPLE : .

I makes concealing of sugar and -otherproduete DOING WITHOUT Starke Monday. liln bachelor supper. as any grand oi-era; star and WHO LACK VITALITY

for the sake of keeping up The girl turned with a sigh to the M-comlnir by turns silent\ morose
Rev Crooke, secretary' of the Anti- histavoritea.
, the high prices, very easy.When "Hlcssed be nothing! exclaimed the Saloon League, delivered one of his cozy comfort of her womanly ainiolnted Irrlt hle. Nevertheless, he hind bring I If your body is Bound and your
T room, the roue-colored light of tbe to whom his \\ord8I'rp j blood is rich and red your acts andthoughts
old philosopher: and Canon Lang- interesting and impressive lectures at the
shaded the blazing logs on tile and his accents<< sweet though will be quick and
see a young man wearIng << lamp strong:,
after
you English clergyman, the method church Sunday evening
voice
bridge, on his
a Bilk shirt. that you know cost j five years of homely economics and Miss Ethel Kaulerson, of Sampson b..artlo--o what lied been an old-time uninitiated might have, found Itomeo was B Let your blood get weak, nd your
.., half of his week's sal mansion. t trifle harsh For food won't nourish nor
than you
him more enforced sacrifices, is Inclined to agree City was a'visitor here Monday. nod un ..t do.voted your sleep
and have every reason to believe Now the pi-fut house was given over parrot, chose dearest refresh you.
ary, you with him. | Mrs. II, B. Weest was a visitor to Mrs.' Soott hl"lDwn'r "
I that he has not one dollar in any Starke to workers! lu the world of business!, a friend was aped Too much hard work, an illness
Sunday.
"J 110 know, says the Canon, "I 29( and! whose bitter era
I bank and probably not one in his you doctor's office, here, a dentUt's there, for years
mental strain thin
can only feelvsorry for think that 'doing without' is rather a I Igrowing I Miss Ruby Rowe, of Macclenny, is and ou this particular, high floor, pst enemy was her grandniece, Heser can down your
pocket,
you pleasure. It is more than the guest: of her hunt, Mrs. W. I..I i I seventeen. I I blood, and Pepto-Mangan is needed
1l1.1'l1ula' aged!
Plant City studios of various kln<
his lack of intelligence.
Courier not missing things. It is attaining: I Bugg, this week. particular realm was a heater bud no respect, It ceerned, to.br'ing it back' to healthy, normal

1 to something: beyond<< ; it is climbing a Rev. Mullady, who has been in "mu le ktudlo.own She bad come to tbe Cither<< f"r Romeo's years or his wis Ii I condition.

hill into lighter and purer air. It Jacksonville for several days, returned I with high ambition. She !dam She wns In the habit of slyly Knowing this, doctors for yean
III teeming city
The Jacksonville if Adam Metropolis In Paradise anx. he sense of the spilit'a being 111\\ home Saturday. : would, he one of the great musicians of poking! him In the ribs), of tensing him, ( have recommended Gude's pppto- Ian.I .
- ious to find out man. Certainly the more you do D. W. Moore, of Theressa, was a little Paula Rindgrown when she wanted a little nimn-emtMit pan because of its blood-building and
and
did the
now
day-
wore whifikers. No, brother manhood, he out the more you have.<< It la an earnest I visitor to Hampton Sunday.A I to be content with her lot as for herself\ or her friends, of offt'ring I tonic properties. .

f not. Beard is a badre!ffprout of men'sfaces of a keen and starry existence I M. Williams and lion, Ray, were I humble Instructor. him gifts In a honey-sweet voice. \\lien Pepto-Mangan is such a simple, and
begin to on
did not
and ; shall be and friends and relatives in Wal of withdrawing
the visiting
I when body outgrown he was fast asleep and harmless tonic, yet such a prompt
before they became breadwinners The classes which came: at regular
I Had Adam had the spirit, in exquisite self-sufficiency, do Saturday. hours provided her with this small tllC'lII0 Il<<'n he was tuifUclently arousedo builder of red blood, that it? reputa-
I' and prott'ctors. shall fill the whole being's: needs. j Mrs. W. L. Bugg attended the funeral the gofulleH be tempted<1 hlwHlm..o all the
accept over
of life, end
his i chin when the Lord borne and the neceHHttles
bristles on "War' taught the foolish to spend, t of her brother, I.. A. Jones, at : though the career of brlfllant promlxe ..Ith. bore the luunliter that Today every druggist sells itnand
world's first "investigation,
held the
I but it has also taught. those who can I Tampa, this week. Mr. Jones was rollowc',1"lIllanll1', But lie lI'ljulr.-1 thousands of men and women
; he would have felt too "stout" to faded, still there was much toDer bring He use it
learn to do without. I born and raised at Hampton and had I She loved childll"bo an Implacable hatred for llexter. as a restorative whenever they or
whine "the whom Thou Joy. every
woman gayf : "All the people who are learning to t I many friends who regret to hear of or make n futts, as a
stairs to receive her did not sputter their children seem to feel below ,
' f": est me to be with me, she gave: me of I climbed the steep waited, par
I do without ate becoming: citizens ofa bis death. shoulil hn\e done. lie
old Irishwoman parrot Pepto-Mangan with the
, Instruction. She loved tile agrees most
)'" the tree and I did eat.
world larger, clearer higher, Percy Griffin who is attending time. He was old and
his
new who came to clean up morn and bided delicate stomach, and is obtainable in
1i than the old. Who could have thought school in Jacksonville, visited his parents tags Paula had even a smile for Uicrotcbety wise, and reasoned that some day the either liquid or tablet form.
l'i I'" Candidates for the legislature that such a radiant gift: lay clasped Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Griffin, Saturday many blows, to bis, comfort and dignity
! should be careful not to make janitor. Be sure the name"Gude's" is on the
promises
of '
In the hateful hand war and Sunday. would be avenged.
t i. that they do not Intend to keep or Gainesville Run. Mr. and Mrs J. J. Branncn were Every soul In the old building loved Hester, mennwhlle. faced the world package when you buy PeptoManganask
be I Paula, HO bow could the young Illus the druggist for "Gude'a. U
f t. cannot reasonably be expected to in Starke Sunday.C. \little dreaming that the futuremlKbt
merrily
: able to keep, for if elected they will II. A. hop spent yesterday in 11. Perry is noted for bt'lnlthe: trator escape who moved In across the brine undesired complications "Gude's" is not on the package, it is
1- be required to live to their promis- business. In hall? After be realized the Intense bad l fallen off not Prpt.o.l\Ianllan.-Adv.
up Jacksonville attending to first to raise tobacco at Hampton Into her life.<< True, she
es. This is a critical time and many spite of the excessive rains, his tobacco enjoyment the girl's society gave him, In her studies, but studies were a bore

I reforms and reliefs are needed, which Mrs. Dora Dandridge, who has served farm looks promjBing. Jack Lance determlaedly denied himself anyhow, and She wat-n't !K lns to al-
I from It. Who was he, ID his self- I was plumb tired
p the representatives from the respective the public so satisfactorily as central Mrs. Idella Priest, who has been low a trine like that to bother her.

> 'counties will be charged with at telephone headquarters, leaves the guest of her son, Herbert of imposed poverty, that he might ferl- For week KtlC"1: Trafton had l encorted ... ... ... ... II<

'\ bringing about. If they have any tomorrow for Lake City, where she Starke, returned to her home here on ously care for tiny woman? Marriagewas her honif from school to the mortification -
OUT the other
1 t'; unimportant pet measures or freak will make her home with her mother, Tuesday at hopelvMi In bis present circumstances of several of the most lit- night

bills up their sleeves, they may as Mrs W. J. Loid. Mrs. Dandridge will Miss Emma Hicks and sister, Mrs. as his chosen career was proflug tractUe young ladles In attendancethere. *. *. * *

J ril,, / well tear them up, as no time can be be succeeded in the telephone office by Norwood, of Plant City, have recently to be. He had become;, in fact Hes AND lay me down 1
:L spent on foolishness Miss Anna Ball, of Jacksonville. purchased the tract of land in the It was Just ss his shrewd tiresome ter's abject 1110'.. At a Very early ?

1 eastern part of town, formerly owned old uncle had prophesied Jack per flute: Edgar began to regard himself *. *. .*. *.

*: A trucker brought a cargo: of snap Mrs. S. S. Dowling went to Talla- by Mr. Pearce. They expect to im- elated In depending upon his drawings as one of the family. The two would TO sleep.

beans to Mobile, Ala., and was offered hassee Wednesday to visit at the homeof prove the land and plant pecan and as a means of livelihood he would be come In of an afternoon, dp'ol1rIrs.\ .
+, rents bushel for them while disappointed. Jack was disappointed ; when *. * *
sixty a her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stroman; other fruit trees.J. Scott's: choicest pastry, and
I the commission merchants chargedL00 : M. Billiard was transacting bus. but still doggedly determined In his they had eaten their nil start the THE bedroom was

$ for such4>eans, f. o. b. Mobile. HAMPTON mass in Starke Monday. profession. He would, be an Illustra phonograph, or'perliaps Hester would
" tor. He knew that It was In him, so *. *. *. *
The rather than to accept! the while Edgar -
,
# grower The Ladies Aid Society met at the IIIIY| on the piano and sing
. l price offered him, dumped his beans Hampton, May 28.-Mrs, Aldridge home of Miss Emma Hicks Tuesday. the preferred place In his uncle's business accompanied her,<< on the \lolln. Between SO hot it felt

[]| j into the bay. The beans were salvaged :- Dyal, of Jacksonville, is the guest: of Mr. Hastings: and II. P. Scott, em- concern was refused and Jack the two of them they managedto

!' -' '" by men in boats and ,peddled her mother, Mr.. Hester Jones, ,this, ployes! of the railroad here, visited himself brought to the cold reality of make so much racket that poor nO.mc'o'll *. *.. *. *
around for ten cents quart. The ..prepared meals In a sky-llgbted\ all unnoticed LIKE
per week.Mrs.. their families at Alachua during the tortured squawk went somebody wasRUNNING
',li difference between the prices paid the E. E. Hardin was shopping in weekend.Mrs. room. I, and one afternoon Mrs. Scott

'f, producers and those charged the consumers Starke Thursday. I M. V. Dyal, who has been on Ills room looked unusually cheerlessthis felt called upon out of sheer desperation P *. *. *.. *. M

* have put farmers on their I Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke, has I the sick list for several weeks, IB recovering rainy evening as he flung wide to order. Edgar from the house, a blast
mettle. They are tired of raising produce 'been attending to professional business slowly. the door, when suddenly an opposite with strict Injunctions never to enterIt

for the enrichment of the middlemen in Hampton several days of this Mr. Sowell, of Brooker, was transacting door opened and In the lamplight stood BRain! without permlHslnn from her. * *. #

l; I and are organizing for protec. week. business here Saturday.W. the girl against whom be had resolvedto A note from the principal of lIp, school, FURNACE right under

rJ; r,: ; tion all over the country Mr. and Mrs. Leroy flirt, of Alach- C. blunt, section foreman on the close his heart received that day. had ulded\ Mrs. ScottIn tic *. *. *
... ) ua county, have recently been the G. S. &, F.. returned to his work at "..nor Jackie!I" she said whimsically, her determination to expel Master

;:: From KHcambia county comes the guests of her grandmother: Mrs. Sampson City after a visit with relatives "all wet and cold. You'd better come Trafton from her home, for It had THE bed, but I dozed

I" i' news that nineteen rlipl.inlltl have Frank II ickll. and friends here la by my fire while yours Is heating up. stated<< unmistakable' languhge, tint ole tic OIl

", ,f\ been dynamited there during the past C. E. Harper and wife and Mrs. Mo James Reynolds, of Graham, was a And tell me, any luck today?" Hester would not &cnidunte unless she

,,.r I': few nights. Several vats have been Nealey were chopping in Starke Fri visitor to Hampton Saturday '"Thanks" Jack began stiffly. "I will paid more attention to her Mmlien. OFF in a pool ofPERSPIRATION. ;

:, thus destroyed in Duval county The day.The Lynn Alexander of Waldo, was the be all right h..no--" Seeing': that young love was likely ole * OIl ,

I compulHoryVlipping law may be a litijv Bradford county convention of guest of his brother, W B. Alexander "To won't. Interrupted Paula decidedly to suffer unnecessary tribulations! If j

.' tlo too II'v're. perhaps, yet it is for the Disciples of Christ willconveneat Sunday. "nnd I can't afford to let you Edgar continued' to call In the afternoon Then

J .; the cattle owners' interest to abide by i I Hampton Saturday and Sunday, W, H. Maxwell and brother, James, nm the risk of taking cold. Who would the lovers met evening! thereof 4 * *

It'' |T it. When vats are thus treated, what May 211! and 30th. There will be dinner of Jacksonville, visited their parents, look after you If you were sick No ler. In the parlor where Hester was "

4 "B',I could l be expected If a no-fenco law on the ground: Sunday. Everybody :Mr. and Mrs J. M. Maxwell. Sunday.J. one but me-and I'm too busy" fondly supposed to tie studying!; herlessons. SOME ravenous mosquitoes

;, come to pans, from those cattlemen Invited. II. Pollard, of Green Cove, was "Paula. Paula !r" murmured Jack ten, I .* ** * '

who were not In favor of it? Would J. ('. Summers and family I transacting business here Tuesday derly, and smiled ns he yielded Mr. Sctitt, u-oially retired early, so
the farmers' and truckers' crops! be South Florida visiting in hemp.I 1 .-- -- the TRIED to eat me
k I are "Tlipr might he nn opening with the' snot WIIH clear Out of corner .
* * *
M, Ml safe without fences If an irate and I Iton I this week They were once Urvr T..teleaa ebB TtMcicHores Browns Magazine,' he told her, Rented of lila eye Kuiiiei, thmit.ht" ( to be I

:- H vindictive! cattleman had aIr bull that dents of this place and have many vitality snu enemy by purlfjrtnt end ,t before the blazing logs "It I could asleep, watched them evening; after ALIVE. Now I'm

\ would 1 break through a "lawful" friends to welcome them I rrrhingthrbloat You can tunn feel ft*Stnntto keep things /going until I !got my ntart.. evening.; Romeo didn't know perlmps, I ole ole *. *

rv" fence, would he get rid 1 of the animal, Mrs. P. J. Pearce and children are win InvUuratlnit CTr: Prl'* Jove'' If only tine would give me apart that II11" only n few days before GOING down
to the
just to save his neighbors' crop 7 We visiting friends 'and relatives at Lake of that legacy before he dies I'm examination<< !but he did know thatsnmethliiK I

j think not. After all, beef and pork City this week. KAKIiECrE DINNER AND I POLITICAL lu for the whole: thing', you know, and out of the ordinary! wax II I * * *..

I 'JjJR raising is a very important industry The presiding elder, lIro. Roberts, RALLY AT LAKE BUTLER I'm not winning on dead men. But comliijr; (>1T. lie sensed? It on a certain I QUIGLEY
LUMBER
t {|JP and it HhouU] not be unduly hampered. of Gainesville, conducted services here now-" lily, when Fdsnr entered the house

i ._ at the Methodist church Tuesday On June 5th, there will be a big I'imin nncldfd nixleriitflmllngly., n little more quietly than usual and * *. *.. ?

THE TIDE HAS TITRNHH morning and evening barbecue' dinner and political rally at "I know," .be wild. "It's like> old Hester met him at the d""r with a AND Supply Co.

Mr. Carpenter of Starke has beena Lake Butler, at which every state and Aunt Ulnh. I'm to IIP, Aunt TJInti'it heir restrained nail I NI'.r expression., Krtpnr ,
Tilt dealers in clothing.\<1 shoes candidate is invitedto * * *
r recent 'vistor to Hampton. county cordially some day In the meantime she Ignores rcKnrdi'il. her with wlnit vasmennt

., had run the stick of high prices into Mrs. Youngblood and daughter, be present. Come for a big time ray existence and I have to play scalps' to be n look of undying! love"and 1 de AND get them.

r the ground go far till it threatened Nenly, of Theressa, were visiting here for my dinner." frinltjiUlou on his usually sheepish, I
s i to break off, prosecution for l profiteer Wednesday I I' tare * ** *
1 lIP
r, Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days: mini rose nhruptly.
' 3 ing stared them in the face, the closing Mrs. Bryant and children of Ft. '' l>roa.lM refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fells Tallin he Bnlrt. 'Tm going/ to give! "Your aunt !slmll not separate' us," I TO figure on
of industries on account of the Pierce of her parents, I to cureluhingBlind 3leedingorPrntrudWgPlire. Ronioii board him \\e love each
are guests: up this striving for-what I thought! I i say.
'
curtailed lintanMv: i lib'm Pil a end you cnn r I
muddle the
railway pur Mr. and Mrs. Iledenbaugh. ; 1MJ'. '. 0 fM wanted most In the, world. Ton see, I I i other and, true love never will coed.
chasing power of many and the nation '
want yon now more than any career; be thwarted. I me a
1 ," started H boycott against high- I'm going to wok" "No; ," agreed Hester with n look of BUILDING.
, : priced goods, so the best policy to ccc
"Inon'L" HIP girl begged of him. high resolve "True InlpVIII find a ii'
. .' pursue was to lower<< prices. Thisprice C ""'lIlt .T ckl' .., wnlt-nwMIp. I could \\ny. True love Is not afraid. SLEEPING porch.
cutting is spreading like wildfire
nut lot you give up such promise.You've "It In not." said Edgar: In a very
and will soon reach\ every hamlet. The
got to succeed with your tal exalted voice. "True love In rot afraid. I
public ought to have had their eyes VOTE FOR ..nt." I have made all the arrllnjel1lc'ntM.'p I f>68 cures Malaria, Chills and Fever
opened by now and if they use sense Bilious It
For days after It was the girl: who will slip ""..yon the twelve-fifteen. Fever Colds and LaGrippe.
in further purchases the prices of J. H. TENCHOf avoided her lover The Irish woman Tilt! minister at ROHI"lIlp11! \ marryus. kills the parasite that causes the fever. .
clothing and shoes will remain at a It is laxative and
n : told Jack at lut that Paulu had gone I hnIhp ring all ready., a splendid general :
reasonably low point and other goods: Gainesville, Fla. tonic.-Adv.
f IIWIIY. She would be hack, she said, And then C'IIIItllC'<< supreme momentof I
will also be lowered in price .
FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONERA very anon Then It was that flip unhpllernhle Ilomeo'B life the sacred hour of bin
Hut what we save when buying Imppetied : To Jack came' nnorder revenue' : They bind not considered him ,, Don't Always Blame Hens When Eggs \ '
such good at reduced! prices we will '
for five thousand dollars signed at nil of course<< and Ms beloved, mistress are Scarce
i soon have to expend! on the coming his uncte'B I Rats may be getting them-U. S. ,
solicitor.
by had
to !bed
man who has worked in close association with the gone early with aheadache '
of foods which
High price staple promise The lawyer statpd that the donorwUhed hut, Rumen government: bulletins prove they know
! to l be monumental, Bowing to the present Commissioners" during the trying times of Federal to remain unknown. Jnokchuckled show them a thing of was two.--and prepared make to : how to get them. Break a cake of i\\
Impossibility of securing farm help control RAT SNAP into small pieced and pUTt "
,
gleefully This I true love find
was hisuncle's another
way. I II
where rats travel. If
in th'r'lIt producing belts. Our i there t'
farmers should, thpr'fo"grow all A who has two planks in hit platform: way.the point.Jack he reflected! of silentlyyielding I The liners, Intent on the arrangements I I SNAP will get them, positively. Three hI
when suddenly a bid lunchIng sizes -
the 20c. 5lc. {1. Sold and guaranteed :
produce they possibly can. I. The lowest rates that can be secured consistent could scarcely wait for Paula's I I raucous voice broke upon their I by D. C. Jones and Mitchell' .'

return and when she (came his Im- ear. Drug Store.
MT) A r.UNTKIi: DEVIL. with good service. I
N! pertotis wooing brushed all objection "Hestpr! Hester! Shame; on yon I ""
:. The best service possible for the shippers of Florida.A aside. Tell that foolish boy to go' home.
Marshal Fuch in \
a recent address
i They were married In the Send him
I "mU 1111'1I! I home I tell yon, you limy!
f' t before a French institute, foretold another man who is experienced in the regulation of com- stutlto1; with the old Irish woman and Love will find a way On the tWt'ln. I '\
.
1 ae with his Germany
and
,
war country
mon carrier*, and who could take hold at once ", ilhoulha..ing the'grlra janitor as witnesses. fifteen' The mlnl ter at Rosednle.
said! that Fiance would hocompelled
4 and
When It was. all over Paala lifted [.one- Send him home Hester! Send
as before, to keep herself to learn. her happy face to meet the rapt Joy him home Love will llml n way on I DAVIS
armed against a new<< Invasion. Amonghis I I of her tmxhand'a eyes. the twelve-fifteen "
Mr. Tench was born: in South Carolina his mother 1I1Un! !
other this ,
utterances<< .was : "Dear." she said "now I
will hnv Amazed
yon horrified
,I "How can we help mistrusting: a being native of that State. .tit father is a native to forgive roe. That money did not Roniw. still kept up his the shrill| lovers, croaking ruse Age>ncy.Est. 1886

1 nation which, reduced to impotence I Georgian, end was a Major in the Confederate( army. come from your uncle. 1C'am..- laugh There wits a sound from the!;

,'i- by the great Napoleon was able, by through Aunt Rlah's will She left| me room oxiTlmiA. Edgar rushed for his
"
its martial ardor to re-establish<< itself VOTE FOR her money as she promised, Jackie, and hat anil mat made for the door and INSURANCESTARKE
/, and! bring about complete overthrow when. I went It ,
sway was to attendaunt's was !gone. Itomeo.\ In a voice that
j F of the colossal Napoleonic empire J. H. TENCH"The funeral. Tour uncle's lawyer<< could be heard a quarter nf a mile

t and by superlative militarism and I arranged the note together. He sway was still\ talking an Mrs. Scott
''r.: and methodic development extended Man With Experience." seemed to understand that this money came In."The .

I,, its authority from the East! Prussian of mine would be a barrier which your minuter at RostMlule'! TIle

ft''' marshes to beyond the Rhine. MAking > proud love could not surmount. Sow twelve-fifteen mother tile twelve-flf.!

'; war i III its national industry, and you can't glee me up Jackie" Paul* twn. I I have, the ring. Love will\ Rind
sld. And Paula was right ?
f way Ou the twelve-fifteen! 0.1| N






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FRIDAY. MAY 28. 1920.. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PACE FIVE {e

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center should be made. When stable FOR SALE-A new seven drawer I 4 to 6 mos. old; prices reasonable! ; '
manure is available, fun'owe about 4 Snger Sewing machine. S. L. Al.vares I Inspection invited. College of Agriculture (1: '

feet apart should be opened and the Starke, Fla. 5-14-tf.) I A, W. Leland Farm Superintendent
GAIETY THEATRE manure und at the rate of 5 to 0 tons Gainesville, Fla. 2-6-1
Bits of LocalInformation per acre This manure should be bedded WANTED good renter for a good I

I STARKE, FLORIDA one furrow from each side and farm. See Pr. E. T. Campbell WANTED-Man with team or auto
left until] planting time. Then nppV; ; .
! 6-14-41. who can give bond to sell 137 Watkins
400 to 000 of .
pounds per acre commer.ci .
home and farm products. Biggest
;
TODAY (Frida ') fertiliser on the half beds and finish of kind in world. "!
) $1500
I the beds. Where no commercial FOR RENT-Two cottages, one on concern
:
c-_ Omr ff ... :7sjMw..tflw fertilize! ,i- used it is recommended t to. Walnut street and one on Madison. to $5000 yearly income.Write Territory i'
. *+*. tm *W C.*n.. **4 J"_ f I Beautiful: apply abut. one-third the amount in J. W. Morgan. 621tf. in this county open. today.
r J. R. Watkins, Dept 112. Winona,
the fun'i uand a few days before !\ .
Minn. 573t.
11 .I planting apply the rest to the half I I WANTED-Chickens and produce.Let -..--- .- ,,1,
'- ----- Mary McLaren m"I..I'l'd.In I me know what you have to offer FOR SALE-My farm or :HO acres, 20

Large quantities of Irish potatoes Stump's.On likely fil'ldA'h1'to prevail('it weeds is recommended and grass are to Cash paid. I.. A. Bennett, RouteA under cultivation good buildings :2

leave Starke daily I, make the beds at first without any for- I LaVcli\nJ, Fla. 6-21-41* miles west of Luwtey; also 20 head
Wednesday Rev. B. D. Law and I i in a perfect Gem of a Photoplay\ Hirer and, remake them just before stock cattle. Part cash, balance on

New line of Ladies Hats just sister, Rise Doris, gave the teachersof I planting time. By doing this the CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for tlmu. II. J. Thomas, co Armour &
arrived at Sternberg's. the B. 11. S. a delicious treat of ice'I 'I'II E weeds and grass! will have started to prices dad ship your ties of all Co., Talleyrand A vc., Jacksonville,

cream end cake, which was very much grow and the remaking of the beds d"1I grades to Gress Manufacturing Co., Fla. 5-14-St lFOIl
O. G, Cooper had business in the appreciated.Don't WEAKERVESSEL"} tro>'s them and will give a cleaner Jacksonville' Florida. 3-6-20-lyr

metropolis! Wednesday. I condition for the growing crop. SALE-One black Jersey CO'lwill \',

wait till your chickens have it The Plain part of too crop should LOST-In Lake Butler about'0 weeks be fresh in December, price $.10

Every day is bargain day atStump's. -btuit now. Scott's Soichead} Rem- clrnws be planted set." out from enilier vines in obtained the from ago, one black and white, pled hound Alt.o. one red Jersey heifer, will befresh

edy is puarautecd.Mr. Here1 a picture that' too goodto The vines should be cut season.,about 15 I dog. Notify mo and get reward.W. in November, price $30.: Also,

be true-.full of type jrouknow, inches long and! Inid on the bed 15 to'' M. Parker, Lake Butler It. one half Guinea cow, and yearling,
L. C. Powell wa a business visitorto and Mrs\ "0. S. Yelvington, of city and country.-drain..tic to 18 inches apart, the butts all pointing I will bo fresh in November, price

Jacksonville' Wednesday Hastings spent the week-end with the the last notch yet packed with one way: then push the, (joint next: to I STRAYED Young cow and yearling: : $(0.; The bunch for $110. W. A.

latter's parents Judge and Mrs Geo.A. I humor...amoving but full of the butt, lining a forked stick. to a cow red and white, sharp burns Coljey, Staike. 6-21-tf
Bryan has free delivery every Sat. Gardiner. Mr Yehmgton returned ( depth of about K inches' If this i idone III!
forward short legs! branded I
I ,
thrill. See it :and you'll have pointing -
urday. Monday to Hastings by auto. on freshly, mud beds the noil ], The Quinine That Doel "Not Alice The Heed
"J. T. hip 'l'al'linj'hih'
the most delightful hour ,.ou'v. I will naturally pack; and a better on ; )
Its flute and 1..ly. rffwf LAKA-
G. M.\ Sib l'unk in ever pent. wil Hit' secured than on beds "tan"1 and dui k speckled" short legs, about i 111..r' CJU1N1NK; (lalirtit) can I.><. l.hi spent Monday
.
Last Saturday the following patty week or more previous to planting.The 11 months old. Notify R. U. L. DukeStarke . b.tv.GHOL.Saiauetwrouul.w. ".
.
Jacksonville on business. I l l :3U':
motored to Jacksonville for the day: T'OMfitltfV-SATURUAY average yield from this crop 8-28-tf
'
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs W. in the state h< about 80 bu.heN per !' ------ ,I t" Kub-My-Ti is a powerful antiseptic -
June coin and White Spanish Pea. E. 1\1iddleton and daughter, JIuzc-1 I Lightning Bryce acre With proper method of soil i FOR SALE-Registered pigs; four | ; it kills. the poison caused from infected -
nut.Seed at White's. 5282t. Mrs. E K. ferryman, and Huby Davis. preparation fort ilizRt ion and Poland China boars, 4 mos. old; five cuts, cures old. sores! tetter etc.
I .the yield would be materially increas.I j i 1 hi roc Jersey! sown and five boars, I --Ad\'.
L. A. Davis made a business tripto I alos Blazed Trail Production ed. The Florida product I I" yearly hemming ,

Jacksonville Wednesday. more popular on the northernmarket "...
and Sunbeam ,
Men's Shirts and Collars in Comedy
*, and w, urgently stress the
the best grades only at tern.berg's. Importance of. this crop to the Florida ', J
Overalls, $2.35: at Stump's.G. I TUESDAY. farmer. I a

I II I I ..
W. and E. M. Hazen, of Brooker 1 1I "THE LAST STRAW"Our -- -
I The most beautiful line of (flow. i'OK nnmit: I'lm'lClThe j .
had business in Starke Monday. I
ered Georgette Crepe, only $3.75
I a yard at Stump's. II menibers of the local military j
Lucian Wainright, of Jacksonville, store is full of IxirRains! ineverything company who, spent last week at'':

spent Monday in Staike with relatives Rev. J. B. Rooney presiding elderof I for 1I'n.'omen and Camp Jackxoti, returned home SundayAll .

Children. Stump's.I agree that their outing was both Court
the Jacksonville district, preached I For Clerk of The
profitable and plcnnnnt.The <
excellent the I
an sermon at Methodist.
The "Ralston": Shoe for Men church Sunday evening While in town i I you want to buy a tub of lard, .IIl'e' instructions imparted consistedin ,

at Sternberg's.A. Mr. Rooney} was a guest at the home Bryan. field maneuvers under the guidance

of Mr. and Mrs J. W. White.Seulpax of regulars, lectures treating on prac. Vole For lt
A. Durden, of Hampton, was tI'aland theoretical military subjectsand !
business in Starke Mon- E. W. HAYESTo
transacting Union Suits for Women moving pictures that explamedl
day. what could not. be elucidated l by othermeans. ''
$1.2, at Stump's.Mr. II. C. RICHARD J
I The Taxpayers. The instructions! were so '
Bryan is selling Fruit Jars cheap.
thorough till the officers' and men arebetter
\ Hough, who operates a turpentine -
See him before buying. schooled suMiers than before
,
retort at Baldwin! has moved to The Leading Candidate.He .
contains valuable and able to what have
Starke with his family. They The following -i impart they
occupy
W. B. Alexander the clothing man, information : learned to the remainder of the l'om'i,
the residence owned by Joe Hill Williams
I
of Hampton was interviewing our of : I
just north of Ihe Presbyterian An act of the legislature pany.
merchants,!Monday. church. the regular session of 1917, The boys have not lost any of their has made good everywhere
chapter 7334 specifies the enthusiasm, but atteitd the drills rag \

Ladies Trimmed. Hats, $1.98, Drs. J. O. and O. L. Haynea, den- amount the Tax Collector shall ularly. Rifles have been supplied to he has been tried. j''

at Slump's.Rufus tists, have had elegant offices prepared receive as compensation for his about one-half of the company, and
services in the office, which law the rest of the rifles and the uniforms
for them in the Hitch building, ov'ofr -
Tatum, of Jacksonville, spent the Bradford County Abstract office. goes into effect Jan. 1, 1H20.' are expected to.>e here two weeks He will make good as a county

the week-end with his parents, Mr. They will move into their new In Sec. 2 of the same chapterit from now.

,and Mrs. J. M. Tatum. quarters this week. says that the county commissioners officer.
shall decide or agree as CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Bryan has free delivery every Saturday Real pax; Union Suits for' Men to the number of assistants : ,

$2.00, at Stump's. needed in such office and that ; FOIL SALE-At once for cash. 1
a they shall fix the compensationfor buggy and harness 11. M. GOt' 1
Powell & Powell have received another .
such assistants deputies. tier
or
Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Diggs/: and .
shipment of 15,000 cups, to be daughters, Misses Helen and Louisa Now, friends I have my diploma -
used in a tract of virgin timber. leave today for Macon Ga., where in bookkeeping have had FOUND-One nRx4: / t tire Claimant .

they go td attend the commencement several years experience doing required to identify. II. V. Knight ,
,
Mrs. E. M. Johns went to Jackson- exercises of Wesleyan Female College various kinds of book work besides Starke. It* h
ville Tuesday at a delegate to the last ea.'lo'n i
serving as
Miss Ruth Diggs graduates! you 1
district conference of the Methodist -
I from this noted college on the evening Deputy Tax Collector. .
church. of the 31st inst. I The fact that my work as
Deputy Tax Collector was en-
Bryan pays cash for eggs and chickens Chickens are worth 40c a pound. : tirely satisfactory is all that i iF4 :

50 per cent die with sorehead. Scott's necessary to show you that I nm '
Sure Cure Remedy will save them. qualified to fill the office of Tax
Rev. J. C. Diggs went to Jacksonville Guaranteed. Scott Drug Co. Collector If you sec fit to elect Money Kept About The .11'

Tuesday to attend the quarterlyconferl'nce me I will personally do the work, '

of the Jacksonville dis- Thursday l'vl'ning. the 20th inst., and for the amount as iixed by .

trict. I 11\11'. W. M. Simmons of Cordele Ga., the 1 legislature, therefore eliminating (

!'and Mrs. Eddie Graham were unitedin I ..possibility _fJf the House Hidden
Work Pants, $2.00 a pair, at marriage, Rev. J. C. Diggs officiat county having to |pay an assistant or Away

Stump's.Mrs. 'ing. The marriage/: took place at the or helper in the office, that 'I

I home of the bride on Cherry street in this case would mean more "
\ M. E. Edwards and daughter, I Mr. and Mrs. Simmons will make money to be raised by the tax- '
:Miss Mabel, of Gainesville, are visit ;,
their dome in Starke. pa\'rs.
ing at the home of Col. and :Mrs A. i The work in this office is a 'I.,

Z. Adking. I Shoes at special prices for one rnjin'n' job, pnd should you I

and :Men Women and Children atSlumps tied me, I will do it myself i
No to have roaches, ants
use
I I I will consideration
your ,

will flies sell if you.' .u don't the good want:' to them.Kill 'em.Bryan i iI,I F. L. Tuiner's drug store has been June. aprl'I'date the 8th of Is not'' always safe. It is often found by

I in chaos this week, owing to rearranging Very respectfully,
a others and the suffers loss.
several
days
Mrs. 1. \. Yat"s spent owner a complete
HAYES.STANDARD
of goods, painting and repairing E. W. ,
visit. .
of last week at White Spiiiigs .
-- -+
preparatory to putting in a
ing her ,.ulk'ge fril'nliss Verna I soda fountain. Hereafter cold drinks VAKIKTIHSPOTATOES 'wreT! I

Monroe all kind and ice cream will be addled : VKUV IMPOKTANT
Then there are other risks. A careless or
I to the goods sold at this .store and
Ladies Silk Wash Skirts in all The sweet<< potato; is one of the most
I all will be of the best. kind obtainable important crops of Florida,' sod for '
the ncv/stjles at Sternber 's. this reason care should he observed in thoughlcss act may destroy the savings.

Figured Voiles, $1.50 value preparing the soil, fertilizing and cul <.
Miss I>'lia BieWng: returned Fridayto
her home in Providence, after I only 95c at Slernberg's. tivating. This crop can he planted' I la.t..r -
the than of staple -
in season most our
spending several days at the home of I The tennis court donated by us to crops, thus allowing n crop of Money deposited with the Bank of Starkeis
her uncle C. A. Mixon. will be in good shape winter grain on the land I before the
the town Boon
and ready for happy hours. So potato crop. The land should be well fully protected by first-class mechanical
many
,
Work Shirts; $1.25 at Stump'sMrs. rackets and drained and thoroughly plowed in. advance -
girls and boys, get/: your
of planting: time.
:.ngie Sternberg returned onTut.'Rday balls together and go after them.<< Be According' to C. K. McQuarrie.! state equipment and burglar insurance, and again
good and let us fit you up for farmer
Jacksonville; where she a /: sport agent Florida are producingtoo
from . the season. Quigley Lumber & Sup- many varieties of potatoes' thus careful
by experienced
had bee "1 visiting; her duulhtl'rI'S./: ply Co. prl'v'nting.ha! standard! ing! of the I management. .
R. H. T ibour. crop for Khipmmit to northern, mar
-_.- I' and line of kets. The farmers would do well to
Come new
see our
Mrs. ,*., Z. Adkins and two children confine themselves to liout two varieties -
of Starke, are the guests of her mother Striped and Figured Voiles ht nn early and a late The Tri- Your money in this Bank is safe and always
dark colors 50c to $1 yard.
Mrs. M. E. Edward, for several and umph wouuld l be a 1 gnorl early potato.
days.-Gainesville Sun 22nd.Men's i Stump's. Bv planting: in April the potatoes are ready for when want it.
you
I ready for market in August f'or the you
Friends here of Miss Ella May late crop the Porto Rico jam in a desirable
at special
; i
Suits coins i Long have received invitations to the variety. It in .B> heavy yielder
prices at Stump I commencement exercises of the Put- and keep well if allowed to mature

1 nam High School, which takes placeon thoroughly: before harv *tlng.:
AJlen Canova. who in in the employof June 14fh. Mist l.on-r's name appears In preparing: for the crop low beds
Morris & Company, Jacksonville, the class roll with eleven about four feet apart from center to
] on
with his parents, .
spent the week-end - -- --- -
will at
who graduate
seniors
other
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Canova. i I Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Curedby .
his! time.
-- -.-- ; 10..... application aa they cannot rxb,
Mrs Beulah Davis and little s !Mr. and Mr: .1. O. Traxler entertained only one our Catarrhal Daafnftua.
Howard of Folkaton, Ga., left for Saturday and and that U'bo a rnnatltutlonal I remedy.HALL'S BANK OF STARKE
their guests ,
their home Monday after a pleasant as CATARRH )1t> DICJN act
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Black through the Blood on the Mucnui Hurfacea
visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. of Gainesville. Mr. of th. Byit.m. Catarrhal D..fn... I* _
A. and children rauaad by an Inflamed condition of the
Davis. I Black in Federal agent in animal husbandry mucous lining of the Kuilarhlon Tub.

\ Hoy's Work Shirts. 75c; at bureau of animal industry, rumbling Wh.n thla sound tuba or I.lmp inflamed.,f.-1 hearing you have. and a Large enough to lake care of your every tanking need and not too .'
I of agriculture, locatod wh.n It ll entirely rlonad, T'ftafnrna /. the
U. S. department
_
- -- ---- ..ult. Un I... the Inflammation can t. r.- large to fully appreciate:your patronage
I at Gainesville and cooperatingI du." and thl* tub. ,..tor.d to lla normal j
BUY "DIAMOND DYES"DON'T I with the State University. He i la condition, b.arlnn may be Duatroyad

RISK MATERIAL working on beef cattle investigational ,, cased for.v.r by Many Catarrh raa.a which nf In IHtafne'it an. .Intlamad are E. S. MATTHEWS, Tres. ; CiKO.C.WIDTK. Cashier
work and Is expecting noon to be removed condition of the Mucoua lIurr. *
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Each package of "Diamond Dyea" eon from the state to take up sim. ease ONE of HUNDRED fatal-thai 0..t..... that cannotb.
Uina direction so simple that any I> liar lines of work covering a much cured by HALI/B CATARRH ,
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FRIDAY, MAY 28. 1920.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA.

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RAILROADS SEEK HELP "BOTH SUR. p
r Wanted i
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Carrier Urge; Immediate Adoption ". *1
t of War-Time 1 RegulationsThe PRISED ANDDELIGHTED"
I Jl YOUNG MAN "Ev&.t J 2L pl.'ison 1'
Commerce Commission
Interstate Mary wanlt your Judgment!I Can
under the broad powersgranted
acting
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i passed give it without falling in
: under the recently you

transportation act, has taken inital love? isfPedsTHL

:. step looking toward tne freeing of lave you a strong character: FORMER RESIDENT OF ST. JOHN -w-ass
;' the maze of rail equipment held\ in Jf. II- NOW IX FLORIDA,
I the nation-wide freight jam that for Have you good Judgment: GAINS 23: I'OUNDS ON

I :' more than a month has been slowly Nave you fixed opinion? TAKING TANLAC : CASH! was over. WAS OUT of smokem.

I _' clinching its grip: on the throat of Write today. .

industry. Realizing that the present Florida. "Yea, sir, I certainly do recommend AND WE Jjry..nen. AND I talked to Dim.
the first real test of Box jl-lOO Starke. .
I ;f crisis will prove Tanlac from the bottom of my heart,
, the law, members of the commission for it set me right several months ago: WERE LOCKED lu a room. AND GAVE. him. oua.

are moving slowly, fearing lest a full ; and aid in the handling of trains on while I lived in St. John, New Bruns. .1I.J .
of OF MY cigarettes.
and immediate exercise of its! emergency the various line wick, Canada, and I have been in good AND ONLY. .cue. us. . .

L, powers might lead the roads Look for Government ControlIn shape ever since!," was the statement ,) WAS FOR conviction. IT MAY have been.

! into an even worse predicament than Washington some offiicials of the made by John R. Greer, 1207 Florida . .
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" that in which they now find themdelves. and railway laborleaders avenue, Tampa, while discussing the AND HE stuck to it. JUST A coincidence.
''" Administration merits of the medicine a few days .
I, The first step taken by the commission in general: point to the present ago I ALL THAT day. IT MAY have been.
! situation as an indication of the wisdom . .
t .. and
was an appeal to all state Mr. Grccr, who contemplates casting -
of federal control and ownershipof BUT rather doubt It.
1 I.. public service commissions urging: railroads. While it is admitted his lot with the people of Tampa, AND AT.supper. time. .

/', them to Join hands with the Government immediate increase in was formerly, and for many years, like sending HE FINISHED the smok,
that wagesto WE FELT
I" in lifting the burden. The present switchmen an and unskilled! railroad engaged in the grocery business In .
plan of the commission contemplates St.. John, %New Brunswick AS I finished my talk.
it FOR ELEVEN suppers.AND
local situationsin workers would help the situation, .
dealing with .
j.
\ 'f individual is declared there is no guarantee that "Tanlac has not oniy relieved me AND HE said, "All right.
p the various cities through the same condition as exists now of all the bad effects of a spell of influenza ONE bale of hay. .
scheme .
i roads, while a general which I had last April that YOUR ARGUMENTS.
under ,
would not recur in a short time
, which AND THEN all through. .
\ ,; can be worked out by prioritiesand ,
costing life but it
of management.Loaders came near me my ,
be to present systems ' smoke.
embargoes can employed ARE LIKE your
;\ ; has in to where I have
shape
of of the railway brotherhoodhave put me THE LIVELON3 night ,
( 5 j restrain the onrushing at stream IIta.I openly declared, it is reported, gained twenty-five pounds in weight, THEY SATISFY."

I '1 commodities waiting every that, labor will not tolerate operationof besides, and I want to go: on recordas WE TALKED and fought "

I tion.Action the railroad by their present own. saying I believe it the finest medicine .
on the part of the Interstate_ .
I, stimulated em longer than July 1, These! loaders in the world. The people up my BUT NO argument.WOULD ."
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Commrece commission l is being CHESTERFIELDS
are of the opinion that, if the railroads way were buying it right: and left mild.
of the principal carriers SATIFY him
i by petition States. in which are taken over by the government and were all telling! about the good it . With "body" enough to satisfy a
of the United ,
will be had done them."I cigar smoker, Chesterfields are:
they never again returned
AND MORNING came.
f II they declare that the railroads ot the to private ownership, but will remain was confined to my house and . mild enough to suit any cigarette

: country arc on the verge eif paralysis, under federal control by virtue bed with the flu for three weeks and A CRAY and cheerless dawn. smoker. "They're mild and yet they
J t as far as effective movement of of there seemed to be little hope of me . "lIat 8j1J. That is doubtless why
purchase.
freight l is concerned. The principalreasons getting well. When I did finally get AND OUR stubborn friend. Chesterfields have ao many friend
11 assigned: by the carriers for The first result of activities on the up I was just a complete nervous and e e s among both classes of smokers.

! 1 the existence of the developing transportation part of the Interstate Commerce com- physical wreck-so weak I was almost -
mission has been the movement of
+
t k crisis, are: helpless. I was left without
t Shortage of labor; shortage of cars empty box cars from the New Eng any appetite and my stomach so upset .
and transportation due to restricted land and Atlantic Seaboard westwardfor
that even the sight of food was
the widespread grain loading. The cars are being
building during war; repulsive to me. Nothing seemed to
diversion of equipment during government : moved in solid trains under expedited
help me or give me any strength and
control; unusually heavy orders. I began to feel that I was not much J 0 "k.. 1
traffic in all classes of commodities.In Simultaneously a counter move ofcars longer for this world."I O Q o
admit for coal loading has been instituted ,
their petition the railroads finally resorted to Tanlac, however h t e,
that the Government is the only power from the middle west to the I
both delight
and to my surprise and
that can possibly bring order out of coal-producing areas. of the cant. This I began to Improve, at once. My
order of handling equipment, the I ARE' 7C E I
chaos, because the railroads are not in appetite picked right up, my nervesgot
t 1 position to declare embargoes or grant commission has announced, will be
stronger: and I soon felt myself
continued until a more balance H
priorities without becoming liable for proper regaining my lost weight and old
discrimination against IIhI I'Pl'n. of these classes of equipment
strength As I became stronger my
9 Appeals of the railroads for help is obtained. old-time returned and I
energy: my
p have brought!: to ligth new dangers: in By this means 'it in planned to pro- friends' were soon talking about my k<
vide fuel and foodstuffs where neededat
the situation Developments during i
rapid improvement. I am still a well 1,

( the past few days have condition shown confront that a cars the will same be made time the with allocation the utmost of man." and- attribute- my good- health.to ,I June 22nd, to determine whether or visitor to this section Friday. I Habitual Constipation Cured Jq\
menacing
decidedly to avoid further jam at all pate- nothing/ but Tanlac I em glad to give not the town shall bond itself for Miss Cortez Andreu, of Starke, was I in 14 to 21 Days 11
the commercial) world through tie. care :
/ busi the public the benefit of my experience $30,000 for the providing of water- the guest of Miss Lillie McRae Sun- 'LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially- .
up of the financial resources of ways.FARRffiRBROWN. with Tanlac because I believe It works, electric light plant and ice and day night. prepared, SyrupTonidlaxativeforHabitual u

,: ness houses. Delay in the movementof l is just the medicine thousands are cold storage plant.-$10OOO to be expended Miss Louise McRae attended churchat Constipation. It relieves promptly but '11'
products has brought many plants needing to build them up and make for each. It appears to us Corinth Sunday. should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto l

face to face with immediate shutdown life worth, living.: that, though the estimates for the last Prayer meeting will be held next Induce regular action. It Stimulates and
I because of failure to finance Tanlac l is sold in Starke F. L.I Regulate a Very, Pleasant to Take. 60c
borrowings by two may be sufficient, that for waterworks Sunday night: at H. M. McRae's. All bottle. F
... further production without heavy Last Week Turner; in Raiford by Weaver Drug l is entirely inadequate, though: are invited. per
Continued Front -
to replace the money temporarily ( ) Co. in Lake Butler by TomlinsonMaines -
I ; perhaps not much water servicg is -.
thus cutting down Vel the next morning I got me up
tied
up, !
Drug Co. In
and Worthington contemplated. Be this as it may, we ZIFF
when the nation is said to to the capitol house. As I went up
production by R. T. Taylor.-Adv. hope the bonds will be voted for. After NEW
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require that all plants produce, to their the big steps I met a man coming '' .
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maximum capacity. It is said that down and I said to him: Where is the NEW a start is once made, there can be Ziff, :May 28.-Rev. W. M. Moody, INDLE
YORK BANKS APPLY additions and revisions until all works of LaCrosse filled his regular
appointment
nation legislature room ?
the congestion Is coating the
PRESSURE TO MANY DEALERS HOTEL
out satisfactorily at Rock and Sun.
He Follow and Saturday
"millions a day" through underpro says, your nose you
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will find it. JACKSONVILLEFLAModemScreened .
, duction. day.Ethel
) .' The volume of freight of all kinds Dot was pretty smart I think. ButI Price Cutting Spreads With Cut EAST STARKE Dyal spent the week-end near! EuRpNnPlan.Cdltplete' \ I Ioutad ,
Ranging; as High an 70 Percent
: Hampton with her aunt Mrs, E. J.
Is now greater than the railroads go on. Then I meet a slick smart I *roore-Steam UwtedVup-fafum <,

,i: j I ever have been called upon to carry looking man and I told him I be a New York, May 20.-New York East Svtarke, May 22.-Mr, and Mrs. Dowling.Mr. COM0Cti v-Gnv0\ient) to Everything-h f'

, Railroad men declare that unless member of the legislature and wouldhe l banks today applied pressure to importers Jus. D. Kicks and son, James, Jr., and Mrs. E. J, Lewis and children Kurt of City SeNt For Booklet.. -{

M there la early relief, the jam will grow show me where to go. and merchants dealing in luxuries spent Tuesday with their mother Mrs. of Pine Hill, attended church at wmou sniTM., PROP'R .

j and the movement of freight will become Oh, yes, sure. Come this way. and non-essentials in compliance J. C. Carter. Hock Sunday. i",
more difficult because of the increasing What county are you from? with the request of the federal Messrs. Ralph Alvarez! G. L. Sapp, S. L. Prescott and Rufus and Amy

number of ears tied up. Shaxka county. :My name is Ole I, reserve board that they aid in the deflation Emory Harris and George Wiley, of Prescott spent Saturday at Big San- 1 t We Picked Up Seven Large Dead Rats 1"I

t Walker I D. Hines! rail director, OU'Hon. I, of credlts.Customers I Starke, were in this section Sunday te Fe lake fishing. 1 First" Morning Using Rat SnapSo

while deploring the present situation, Glad to meet you, Mr. Oleson. Come i who handle such lines as afternoon Raleigh Waldron, of Bay Lake, was 71

A has made the statement that the railroudti along with me and I'll make you acquainted I jewelry, pleasure automobiles, furs, Mrs Maggie/ Prevatt, of Jacksonville visiting friends in this section Sunday writes Mr.' B. E. Carpenter, of

themselves are partly to blame. I with the speaker of the I objects of art cosmetics and the more and Mrs, John Prevatt anal!! Woodbridge, N. J. "We lost 18 small
Instead of holding tothe unified up- house I Ifl' luxurious articles of wearing apparelwere daughters of Starke, were guests of :\11'. find Mrs U. P. Lewis apt children I chicks one night killed by rats. Bought =

1' rratlon until some general plan for !\ Speaker, meet Mr. Oleson from I I notified that for the time being their brother, C. B. Strickland, Friday spent Sunday afternoon at ,I some RAT SNAP and picked up 7
handling business had! been evolved Slmskii" county. ', they would be accorded only such Miss Jessie Thomas of Starke, pent Prooker! with her sister, Mrs. E. T. large weeks dead rats next morning and RAT in 2

the rallrodas broke away immediate Very glad to meet you, Mr. Oleiion.We I I credit accommodations as were absolutely the weekend! with homcfolks. Stewart. didn't see a single rat.

ly. Now the M forts of the railroad! are going now to call the house necessary for the conduct of Richard Harris of Watertown, Mr. and Mrs. II, P. Gainey and children SNAP is good and sure." Comes in

to extricate themselves is simply lending to order. Please take a seat down I their business. In financial circles it pent the week-end! with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen and cake ready for use. Three sizes, 25c,

to confusion, because, while one thin IIl lc. I I was believed this action would effecta Sidney F. Strickland, of Kingsley son, E. M. Hazen and son, A. A, and GOc, $1. Sold and guaranteed by D. C.

F t line tries one plan for relief, another Vel, I take a heat and look around ': drastic curtailment in the trading, lake, spent Saturday night with his Cliff Iljizcn, of Brooker, attended services Jones and Mitchell's Drug Store.

i may adopt some other system, and the but I feel just like a fool. Didn't know' operations of such dealers, which cousin, C. B. Strickland. at Rock Sunday. I

t result Is. more confusing limes da- what I should do. Von I lookedsaw I would necessarily be reflected in their Rev. Edwin C. Saunders filled his :Miss Ruth NewHom, of Bradford, JjJIIjf"I1tcJ11tJfJUIr.Dj; : ; ; 1IL1f: t
Blares the public cannot hope for anything lots of other fellows just like'' sales to extravagant customers. appointment Saturday night at Kings. is spending few days with her brother {

but "unsatisfactory 'service" for me. We did not do much that day, :Meanwhile the wave of price cutting icy lake. W. II. Newsom. COFFINS & CASKETS ,

n considerable period. so they let home, but the slick J. R. Mills of Starke
us go by department stores and others Prayer meeting\ every Sunday nightall passed thru I .+ And a Full Line of .
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S The principal problem 1 Mr. Hines looking man told me I should como continued to spread here. The principal - invited here Sunday. (

observes, Is the broad! question of fi. up to his room that evening HP gave reductions are in clothing and ---.,- :\11''. and Mrs. J. W. Eddy, of Louise, 11 I Undertaker. Supplies ;r

J nancing.: He estimated Uio annual me a card that told nte where to go.I :, shoes, with cuts from 15 to as high as CROSBY LAKE attended church at Rock Sunday. r AUTOMOBILE: '
e needs. of the railroads. "conservatively went up to his loom and the room I I 70; per cent. Newspaper advertisements :\11''. and Mrs. Lim Anderson and t+ HEARSE
nt $1,000,000,000() ( ) for new equipment was full of other fellows daughters attended church : Always on hand. The best service 'm
I today tell the story of the reduction Crosby Lake :May 28.-Hogan at Rock
r extension of facilities and the general Ven I come in he met me at the I I with such lines as "reductionsof Smith, of Sampson, was a business Sunday + at the lowest prices. Spei iI i\\ "

rehabilitation of properties, However door' with a box of cigars! and I take I,I $:!,J to $70 in women's high class chat attention to telegraph or- ''I Y .n:,

h<> declares that all the moneyin one. i i wraps," "fifty per cent off on our entire For HIGHLANDI'lchland. = .c 'rill. Registered Embalmer. i iI'

the United(! States will not solve lie says, Take more; put them in stock of misses' and children's Governor !' j,! )

the present problem unless there. are your pocket.Vel hats," "any suit, coat or dress at half : :.M..y 28.-:Mr. and Mrs 1 DeWITT C. JONES filI

sufficient men available to unload! cars' I take all there was in the box. price," "finest grade shoes in the Strader Austin and children, of Jacksonville I STARKE. FLA.

-- lie made me acquainted I with everybody house $11 formerly $18." returned to their home Sat- l r;

and they all wanted me to vote -'- '- -.-------- urday after spending: a week with Mr. 'IDr.mmmmmmgmmmmJlm q It;
-ift off Corns! for some bill they hud. The slick man LAKE RUTLER PROGRESSING and Mrs. S. J. Starling. +

wants me to look after a bill he had :Messrs. E. L. Padgett Joe Quigley, $fl J ++++++++++++>++ ++++++++

Doesn't up. He imke.l me I if I had a railroad People living outside of Lake Hutler Sheriff Weeks and Master Edward 1'7e'
hurt bit and Freexonc
a pats. 'I told 1 him no; that I pay my',, have often wondered why that I Carter were business visitors here I t SEED
costs only a few cents. own ticket. town is without piped water and electric Tuesday.Mrs. .

Too bad too bnd. I'll see that lights., The town is not compactly H. C. Wimberly spent Thursday i t
you have one. "',. don't get enough built, but rather straggling and here with relatives.R. Bent adapted to Florida Climate

money to pay all our expenses and light,"for the streets are badly need D. Prescott was transacting bus + and soil. Prompt ship-
should 1 get more. ed. One or two attempts have been iness in Starke Friday. ment from big stock. Send
I I i for
I Yes, I want to save enough to buyme mode In this direction, but were soon !Mrs. W. J. Hardce and two interesting I price 1920 lint.catalogue and weekly I

a line thoroughbred bull when I Jl'1.t'11Ip.. The water mostly from to PMt children of :Mkanopy, arrived Sat ::: Oldest established seed house
get home. shallow wells Is apparently good, but urday for a visit with her parents, Mr. in ..tRt...
I'll sec you get one and hnve it 1, all shallow wells are easily contaminated I Ju and :Mrs. F. M. Crews. a

< shipped to your town and it will not :I and the water may hold dangeroun !Miss Eunice Dinkins, of Lawtey, :I:: L A Martin Seed Co.J i I
oJI. cost you a cent. I I germs though. it be cear as v-isited friends here Sunday .
rri Dot was nice in him. Now they +I I crystal.. Then there is the trouble of tl w Mr.! and Mrs Robert L. Crews and J JACKSONVILLE. FLA. .

i'' i begun to pans around the win*-that pumping it up and carrying it to I ,children of Hampton, spent Sunday ++<#++++++++++++++1.F++++t+
( kind that pops and fizzes. where it Is wanted. here with relatives. -

l Vel I smoke a lot and drink a lot We see in the Times that the town ( N :Mr, and Mrs I.. A. :Marr and Mas- ttpmmmliID1tlU1lllWJm.1)iJUlmoGlwmJ: <1Iimw<'.c

i \ till ,pretty soon I get sick. The slick council of Lake Butler has passed an ter Loren Marr, of Lawtey, spent SHIP YOUR FRUITS AM VICE-
L C fellow push a button on the wall anda : ordinance providing for an election on Sunday here! with relatives.

I. nigger foller\: with brass buttons JI. C. Wimberly Jr., was a visitor TABLES IV I SEASON ALSO EGGS

comes in. J He told him to take me one.Rat Vote For to Lawtey Thursday and Sunday,
With your flngcril You can lift oft home and put me to bed and to see I Snap, 25c, hoc, $1 00 a box. Misses! Rosie Wilkinson and Ella I Received on consignment.

2 any bard corn soft corn, or corn between. 1 that I was well taken care of- I Rat Corn, 2Sc and SOc per box. :Marr spent Sunday with friends at Highest
p the toes, and tlm hard skin nUu.... front Some one rapping at the door, Sn- Oil Stoves two-burner $9.00; three Van 8to rk,.. market return

bottom of fret. mantha. See who it is. Good evening burner $25.00; four-burner. $31.50. 1,. Swearingen J. L. Strickland filled his Promptly made., Will buy

r r A tiny bottle of "Frep ontl". costa little Mr. Williams. Come in.I Shoe soles and Shoe Leather. at Evergreen church Sunday.appointment outright if prices are right.

at any the drug itorei I callus." a few drops got a letter with a price list from Full line of Buggy Whips 35c to $1Bill. He stands for clean politics Marion Crews was a visitor to ;
corn or Instantly it
upon
stops hurting then shortly you lift thai DeWitt C. Jones Would like to seethe line of Enamelo Ware, very Jacksonville Monday Harvard Randolph (am. Market

botbertom corn or callus right off, root price lists you get in Jacksonville.Here cheap. ,I honest methods and a square Miss: Ethel Ricks Miss Beth Wim- I 40 E. Bay St. Jacksonville

and all without one bit of pain or sor. l is a number of prices. Look We still have Fence Wire In stock 1 I deal for everybody I berly and Gilbert Barker spent Reference Atlantic Nat' BalikDJnmmm.'II'
""-. '" 'ulyl Na humbug them over while we read your new (To be Continued Next Week) I Tuesday with relatives at Lawtey.
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2,300 volta of electricity on the feed 1.I work would store so many can of ,
,ire entering his home caused the beam for the mid-season when none
eath of J. C. Davis of Ft. Lauderdale are grown. S
arly last Wednesday morning.

Five hundred quarters of Bacardi ; 1..

Chicago Captain, fell Matthew while*L.doing Rasimas: "figure, 24, Tampa rum consigned garage from were confiscated Key West to by a Owners of the smaller cars can enjoy the r1 I 1j'

ights" in his airplane at Carlstrom Inspectors Williams and Cooper this same high relative value in Goodyear Tires
'riday and died from injuries re- noon. The bottles were done up in I

eivcd. cotton with blankets wrapped around kr a that gives utmost satisfaction to owners of ,
them and in zinc lined boxes. Thisis
Henry Thomas, colored, is being the second big shipment taken in : a big, costly motor carriages. ,
unted by officers! who are after himor ten days. !
the alleged killing of Pearl John- : They can take advantage of that :

on, a regress, in Havana Tuesday Jacksonville architects and con }
Ight. I tractors have charge of the construction \ amount equipment,skill and care employed

. The existence of a Chinese syndi- which of will a modern be erected department in Orlando store for i I by Goodyear to build tires of extraordinary

ate with branches extending all over the Dickson-Ives Company, accord worth in the 30 x 330 x 3'/2-' and 31 x ...
he country was discovered in Tampand ing to information obtained yesterdaythe II .

nipped in the bud. Seventeen building to cost about $150,000, inch sizes.'h ? ........'. *.,' t;
hinamen were arrested and 50,000 and said to be one of the finest in the 1 !
orth of liquor sie ed. state. ti these tires without
FAA; They can secure waiting :

The Tampa Tribune announces A negro: tinner from Thomasville, despite the enormous demand, because rt
ith a great deal of pride the fact named Tom Brown, while working on
tat Tampa is building the.largest the roof of Mrs. Rust's dwelling in in addition to its larger sizes, Goodyear builds

teel ship south of New Port News East End, Monticello! Monday .afternoon of 20,000 a day in the world's
an
nd is building five schooner bargesor fell over and dropped to the average
coast wise service also. ground. It is understood that he hud largest tire factory devoted to the three

I a leaky heart, and it is believed by
The Steamship Middleburg, large hill son, who was working with him, sizes mentioned. '
amp steamer, arrrived at Punta ; and by others, that he died before

assa Monday and took on 1100 headf 'falling.All If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell i'h
cattle. She departed early Tues
ay morning for Key West, where the Florida orange (price records : or any other car using one of these sizes, :
essel will clear for Havana. were broken when Temple oranges .
sold on the Boston auction for $27a .-('.'..:. to the nearest Goodyear Service Station

The annual report of one of Kis- box. Returns from fruit marketed Dealer for Goodyear Tires and Goodyear
recently have been -
mmee's packing houses showed 100r quite satisfactoryto 1 : j
cent increase in the volume of orange growers, but it remainedfor I Heavy Tourist Tubes. tr _;'" : "
lusiness handled last year, which is a trial shipment of the new Temple _'\ ,. T:"y... '.. ...

etty conclusive proof of the condion variety to establish a new high -,'. J

of the citrus fruit industry in level. eI: .,.'.:-,!........ s
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The past week has been the big . "' ;
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Through the efforts of Leon La- shipping -f. : I
>ur, James Bacom of Bacom Point, chula this season and last Saturday '
as this week sold to parties in the wag the big day, twenty-two cars beIng vi,
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korth, one thousand barrels of fine loaded that day. An average of ;. .... ...
keechobee county raised sugar cane something over nineteen carloads of ..- "" ;oo. "...;

rup, and it has already gone through vegetables have left here daily the itw. ,e I ,

the northern markets. past week, making something like SOx3V4 Goodyear Double-C Goodyear Heavy Tourivt Tube an thick, atronf tubra. ,".
i three hundred and fifty carloads for' _L.._. PabricA11.WeatherTrrad aar3- reinforce caainga properly. Why Halt a Boot! cuing with 'I +
The census gives Tampa fifty-one the season. cheap. lube Uoodyear Heavy Tour Tuba coat little n.... i, t3Ox3tz
ou and two hundred and fifty-two, Goodyrnr SingleCureFabric :: $2150 than tuba of lea merit. 30.3Vi sloe in f
fer$4"0
an increase of 37.7 per cent. Jersey St. Lucie county has planted 400( AaU-ShA4 Tre uf___ proof bat i i i t

ity two hundred and ninety-seven acres of cane this year, which is about
lousand, eight hundred and sixty- double the crops of last year. Most I

ur, an increase of 11.2 per cent counties have doubled their plantingand (
'amps showed a smaller growth than some have trebled and quadrupledthis J <
I the proceeding decade. year and still more would have
been planted if seed cane could have n
Cucumber shipments from Willis- been produced as this Is recognizedas -

on broke the world's record here one of the best money crops in the I

onday, with forty cars containing state. ti
9,037 hampers of cucumbers, bay
The of hookworm in the
prevalence
ng and enough left on the ground toilill
Everglades having been disclosed by 'i
several more cars because the cars \
ould, not lie placed on the siding toe examination of school children, Miss
loaded. Bess Morhous, the social service ,
worker of the county board of public I I ,,

The potato growers of the Hastings instruction, spent several months securing __ J a aI
laboratory evidence of specific -
'strict closed a very satisfactoryeek -- ------- --- - I
cases of infection. The percentageof I
of the'shipping season. It is found from cognac, 145 one gallon demijohns of unee and Black Mountain, also an your investment uullook tar Inlior iiKontH andproHceutloim III..hLul.o I
infection, was to run
timated that approximately six small schools : Agnar and 5 demijohns of Cuban orange grove on the Indian liver and Hold on to your Liberty Bonds and mid follow name up vigorously
50 in to 75
ndred carloads of the spuds were per cent per at 'wine were captured when revenue a Wyoming iam-li. The bride, who is buy more.IIALI"Iiih. ... wherever the facts justify It.
and 98
cent at Pahokee cent
ipped from the entire district durg per ,officers boarded a small boat that was weaILhyall widowed )by the Mexican Yours very truly,
the week closing Saturday night. Ritta. anchored amid a fleet of fishing boatsat revolution and Is a sister-in-law of : ruicT; (II' MIOIS: I is SIDNEY J. CATTS,

Nineteen dipping vats out of the Tampa. The crew consisted of six FianciHco Villa. Included in her assets ritorir( I I Governor.
H. W. Michael, of Orange City, and seventy-one in Escambia county have men, all Chinese and Cubans. The are valuable properties in Mexico I :
representative of the Malsby Mali the few liquor was valued atSSO.OOO. City and Vera Cruz, and what was'once Farmer Swrrtary of \\11' Luhur"
been dynamited during past '
inery Company, 408 East Bay St., to made to I I' a palatial home near Han Moruoo Hoard Makes I'ublic Another IIIIMOSiMtlTO: IS\ IIEADLYDi.es.e _,,j
nights according report
cksonville, was killed Monday at Sheriff Whitaker today by Dr. C. M. i Hunting hen nests Monday mornI !I her native home. Surrey _'*.

on on the DeLand-Daytona road Drown, who is supervising inspectorfor I ing, a crowd of small white boys In ('lIrr)11I1f| liiHertu Everywhere
'hen his automobile turned turtle. \ OUR I.IHKKTV: MINI Washington, May 15.-(Over boltthe
of Animal Indus Pensacola came across and reported a
the U. S. Bureau I A DangerMonuitieH
Ir. Michael who was driving the car, I consumer pays for shoes is absorbed -
try and who is stationed in Pensacola. ghastly discovery. It was that the II
as pinned under the machine. Dr. Brown stated that there appeared body of a new-born infant, and from I I Tho United States Government by profits according to ..lettLumk ,
have with
former of the War always been
|
to have suddenly been conceivedan the appearance of thing, the little 1 1 burrowed money from, you to finance secretary
v Farmers of Lilliebridge, are plow- organized effort to destroy dippingvats human frame had been interred there the war You hold the Government's Labor Hoard, in a survey on profiteering UN but their true character him only
ig in snap beans, as prices willl not in all sections. only last night. The little one had a'' ,promise to pay you buck. Thin pio- in the boot und shoe Industry, been rrcdgnir.cd a short time. Theyme
(lay for picking. It seems a pity that tightly-drawn piece of cloth tied mice is culled a tlberty Bond or Vic- whil'h'as made public tnrltiy. I.nuck carriers of Malaria germs and
jO much food is lost, when a little Kirkland-colored chauf- about its head and this in believedto tory Note. On this Bond Is stated places thu blame for the "uririmscl-: other deadly discuses. |"lr. Cuircill, agovdriiiuTit
Rose a ,
tW ,---- the condition) under which the Government uble 1'u/il.t''rinlC"/ on shoes jointly on investigator in Cuba says
shot and stabbed to death, have boon cruelly placed there to
feuse, was 1 the manufacturer. "Natural yellow fever Is transmittedby
pucker tanner, ,
r strangle the little mite of humanity I borrowed the money from
colored woman ,
and Bessie King, a
wholusuhr and retailer, with the (he mosquito|' and always ami only
companion, was severely cut early on to death. you. "
the
heaviest share on the leather by I mos'iuito.
Saturday morning in one of the most I For instance: If you hold a Bond rrodu..r.
shockingly brutal murders in the his. Fred M. Bass of KUsimmi-e, who of the Third Liberty, Loan, it states The mosquito l>ite in often ax deadly

WhySis'fer tory of Hay County. The dead woman announced several weeks ago that he I that on April 15, of each year until The t'tire cost of manufacturing IIN a nilllcKiiakc'H.By .
was a daughter of Alice Canty, was a candidate for the office of State maturity, you will ,receive interest on I IIh"1fur which the consumer paid every method known to mankind
? '|I proprietress of a road house north of senator, this week announces that he the amount you paid for the bond. $H.r>0 In 1SI17, was only $:H\4R, Lntirk both the national and] local health

Millville, and her companion who has withdrawn from the rare, !liana Other issues bear other rates of interest Mil 1<1. The report denies tlie contention nci'vUcH ore trying to exterminate-
(I narrowly escaped death also mode was recently indicted by thu grand and other maturity dates, all that wage iiuieimeii are M'KIOIIHil.le rnimiiulto. Hut thin will never bo 4 j
1>1rs. J. A. Cox, of Al-
'I her home at the Canty place. jury fur assault and battery on thee uf which are clt-aily stated on the for the luign iidvancp In the \\'" must protect ourselves iigniriNt
dersonV. Vi. writes
:
; a'e on of W. B. Harris, editor of the bond. -. price, slating that of the rcprunentutlvt this, petit by proper. Meri-nnlng and the I
"My daughter:; . suffered I That Plant City has the greatestf Valley Gazette, at Ki immoe, after' Now, if you keep your bond until advent, of $!lfiO, increase on the axe of "()lt H".Nl'. TOUMKNT: : in a
terriI; )'. She could has been been held to the circuit : I price of a pair 4f hues labor, twelves In which
o. b. market in Florida ac. having over the lute, when the Government pays gaseous; vapor no mosquito
not turn in bed . the! I Knowlodged but further evidence of court from the county court on a i you in full for it, you do not need. to only I 1A cents, or ltss than n twentieth 01 Oy eon, I've.' It IH death] tn trmcrts.Tounent .
doctors gave her up, and I thii, was brought to attention Thurs charge of mayhem, it being allegedby worry If, in the meantime, the pricei The l'et"iI'rli i margin of profitIs in Hold by druglts, g"nerul -
we brought;: tier home to i day when a groat truck laden with the prosecution that Harris had I I I i low dim day or high the next. You by fur the largest. Maid Luuck's n>- stores und 1 dealers every w hero.Miinufuctuifd .

die. She! lad suffered so Irish potatO was sent from Wau- lout the sight of one eye us a resultof I i und Uncle Sum are living up/ to your port, adsorbing I over a third of the : 1 by n. Williams \,p
much at. time. HavIng rhula to be marketed here. The potatoes an altercation which occurred In agreement with each other, and pi ice, but it .don't how no large un Company, Quitinun, (!a., exclusively.Adv. : .
heard of Cardul, we were purchased by .T. T. Thomas, Kissimmee between Bam and Harris. 1 neither will lone by it. increase. at the packers and tanners -i: j jI .
I
Cot it for her" of Thomas & Burch. This was the I On the other hand, If you sell your profits.TO----------.... --
firm time that products have been A moment Ater Mrs. Harthold. "'fWeathr Liberty Bond now, you will find that WATCH Ui'RIII'ILR4Governor : : ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHEName
transported such a distance to reach tford. Texas smashed a bottle I the man you Hell it to will not give

the Plant City _market. over its prow Saturday morning the I IOU a dollar for every dollar you paid 'Tell* County Ollirrm\ To
I
ARDUI tobacco) in the! Immense great mass of vtuel und iron, assembled ,' for It. The price has been brought \\alrh for Unlawful! IliNturbing "Bayer" is on Genuine :--
"The growing IrtV
construction of the >eighth
( down 1 because MO many people arc offering ..
Of I bor
sheds of the Sunny Brook" Tobacco steel steamship turned out from the i t" hell teir bondn. If the market Aspirin-say layer
Company i" a pretty sight, says 'cnnacola Shipbuilding Company's flooded Tallahassee 1'J. ,
U with tomatoes, you cun May --(Special-) "
the Hade City Banner. "It is a viewwOlth plant, started to slide from the per buy: them cheap, but if everyone I U The governor has III"u.d| the following \ "
The Woman's Tonic the trouble of going to sec. fectlygreftHi'd ways and dropped into clamoring for tomatoes and there letter to the Hhi'rifTs. of the several

The Banner tells that there are 125 tile waters of Bayou Chico, a completed arc few to he hud, the price! goes up. counting of the sta:

"In anew days,she began acres under half hade and fifty acres' ship, with steam up and cap. The same i il true of Liberty. Bonds. Tallahassee, May lij 1020.()
to Improve" Mrs. in the open. The workmen" are now pub It of caring for herself had such Rhort-nighU'd people are dumping To all sheriffs of the state of 1 Florida. .
Cox continues, 'and had : busy tying up the plants. The news- been ncccsnary. For the ship had them on the market and wine onus Dear Sirs: Your attention IM j
no trouble at. . Cardul paper says also that the managementis readied a higher state of completionthan I are buying them. again directed to the lawn governing
cured her, and we Slnz" K well pl1'8st'dth the condition of any yet launched from the local The !best advice that can be givento labor recruiting h .
Its we praises receive everywhere.thousands the crop and expects to have a very yards.At the owner of a Liberty Hond U From report reaching this office
-
many 1
of similar letters satisfactory year thin: Hold the bond you bought during there are agents from other states actively -
a :Mexican caravan camp, on the it is safe and sound engaged In various counties
every'year, tents the war; as Insist on Tl.y r Table of Aepiriaa .
goof Cardul has done for Seventeen hundred and leventl'en'cans the Orange Park road, near Ortega, as the United States Government itself in Florida in recruiting! and sendingout la a "Bayer ivckagv oootalnlng propel
women who suffer from i thought to contain opium, 1,000 Johnson Buchanan Butler, widower, of the state laborers who are direction for lUadaohe. Colds., Pam,
their complaints' 10 common to r ': quarts of whiskey 1,5000 quarts of Tennessee, and Dona Esther Vera Buy as many more at the prenont needed badly in our own industries.We Ne 'al Iti a, Lumbago .nd! RiMumatbim.Nam .
sex.! it should do Villa, widow of San Marco, Mexico low rate as you can afford. If you cannot afford, in justice to the Allayer* .eau genuine Aspirin
tdJ.ooc too. E1t I (!C6 has more Imitations than any were united in marriage Sunday night hold them to maturity, you are boundto i! iduNtries which the law was Intend. pr. *orib. 4 by pbyieiaiM of for 12 ainetwioy tablet
the Uandy tin boxes
Tonic
Fever on : ar*
I I other Chill and wants imitations. by Notary Public Joe Smith, Jr. Mr. make the difference between what I I'd to protect to permit this condition I COSt few oenU. Aspirin U trade mark
I r market, but no one things in the medicine Butler is a Southerner by nativityand they sell at now' and their face value. i to continue. .f Bayer Manufacture of |<_&ieaeld..ter -
ry They are dangerous owns valuable farms near Sew- You will also receive good interest on i You will therefore keep vigilant [ of Balicylw od. <.
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