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: June 4, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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BEGIN
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Arm SKIT, DAY PARTYLast
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The
commencement exercises of the SIRS ANNOUNCED:
Bradford High School will Sunday I "- \
" night and continue begin . delightful prenuptial affair, Under an agreement reached with Saturday afternoon little Mini! Atlanta, Ga., May 2t>.-Clad in prla-| ; -;
:9 The through Tues.day I beautiful in appointment and enjoyable the French government, the return of Elizabeth Andrews celebrated the 1 on: dentin, Eugeiio V. Debs accepted Mr. and Mrs. Wnkeman G. Rirl.ard-
night. baccalaureate
s will be preached thin sermons in every respect, was the miscellaneous the American soldier dead from the nint.Ir anniversary of her birth by giv. today< the Socialist nomination for; i announce the engagement; and "p.proutlung J.nll J\f.1
f. by Rev. J.
C. year shower given yesterday afternoon military zone in France will begin afIr g a merry party and entertaining 'president of the United States, formally marriage/ of their daughter; ,
I Diggs, pastor of the Methodist by''rtfrs. J. D. Sayers at her homeon ter September 15th. number of her friends. tendered to him by tho i I AntoitmcUe' to Mr. Frank Bruce. Lane
I commitJ' 11
; church. By the method of
rotation South Home avenue, in compliment I Ralph Hayes, assistant to Secretary The sweet :young!; hostess was pre. I lice' from his> party !i i Live Oak. the wedding i tit be 8ul:1.: .
used in selection of
t pastors, this year to Ming Marie Livingston. a popular Haker, recently returned from a 1 Rented with a lovely gift; from each < The ceremonies i rmnizcd Juno 10th, Jacksonville, Fla.
the duty would have took place inside
fallen on the bride-elect. mission to France to complete ar of her guests and the time passed the I The above will be read with 'ol'dialI
.;. Presbyterian minister, but since the The has happily placing such Atlanta ledeial! penitenliary, |I interest by the friends in this '
house had been beautifully dec. langcments, reported that French ; popular games where Debs is many
church is without a pastor, the Methodist objections as London Bridge New fork serving a ten-year term city| of the brule-cloct! Richard-
orated for the occasion, Shasta daisies were finally waived in and ;'on, conviction of 'ui
minister \iolating thu
wag next in line. being lavishly used, together with April, removals to ue limited to those i Boston. and] drop the handkerchief. age act. Fur however. vspion-- i son, is a charming and attractiveyoung J
The once, ,
following program will be car. quantities of asparagus fern forming I >bodies' for the return of which rcla- The birthday feast consisted of ice rules, prison woman and is popular with a
ried out Sunday I were somewhat relaxed! upoech-
evening: a most attractive setting for such an; I lives had. specifically asked. I cream and cake, which the little poo- e,10 were made and wide dl't'le'hl) will unite in extending .

Orchestra, "Hymn Mealey"-Arr. auspicious occasion. I Mr. Hayes reaffirms the policy of pie greatly enjoyed, refreshments being men cranked flair niachitius moving and picture half | congratulationsGainesville l ni.( "
by Rodehever-B. D. Law, cornet, On a fcrn-eoveu'd table arranged I the war department to defer to wlslieaof served by Elir.abeth'i aunt, :Mr. a dozen 'I|ly Nvws.
newspaper| men jotted Uonunotes .
Miss Doris Law, violin Mrs O. G. A. M. .
in the sun parlor : relatives Returns Pettit.Those ---r' -
i t refreshing punch! completely. from on what wall said.
I Cooper, accompanist was served during the afternoon by '''Inquiries sent out chow that 59 per attending this pretty party > There i pimr.itnssivi: ': DKNTAL: I runi
Graduating class march in while e Mrs. G. M. Seckbach and Mrs. E. I' cent t>f those who replied, orchestra is playing. Holmbcrg. the bodies be brought home. Those Hazel Middleton, William Duncan, jiienent at the inevllng which wan in a 1' Drs. J. O. and O. L. Haynes, dentists . "

Chorus, "Largo" Handel-Soprano, After the guests had arrived dainty I t, which remain in France will be "fit. jt Mary Lea Wynn, Gladys Russell, RuthSternberg specious the loom on the uiound hour, found their practice! outgrowing .1
Mesdames J. E. Futrh, A. Z. Adkins, little} ; only barred' windows that broke !; their former quaitrrs and theymo t
Barbara Rose Seckbach, in the!', tingly! and tenderly" cared for by the Allan Long, Carljle Hitch,' tho\ of
Chas. Walker, George Marks, Mark character of flower girl, preceded Miss, ''government: in fields of honor purchased Harriet KiUh Elise Jones William' kiniHtcr view a beautiful lawn giving now to be found III the Hitch \
ley Johns; alto Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Livingston into the living for that purpose. The report larvaid. Charles. Luriun Kiekliter, a rift-el. I building aver the tilllrrs\ of the llr d- t
room, '
Misses Jessie Thomas, Louise Ressent Walter Under ptiaoii lulu Dubs) could not, ford' Count)*Ahlltrad Co. Their ,
strewing rose petals in her path, while! deals at length with arrangements for j McDonald, Jr., Mary Canova' prttsI
Nelle Roberts. Doris Law; Tenors, the wedding march from Lohengrin, '' acquisition !location and preparations I Annie Ht'lie Turner, Doris! Tracy, Evjelyn !Issue a statement, but he inadu,tIA brief I j 'nt quartets are roomy and Ideal and .

Messrs. A. E. Wall, Harold Wall, John was played by Miss Jewel Lastinger.0' these. and Doris Pope, Lucite Mitchell, speech in winch ho thanked the party newly painted, containing nil tho mo<|. ,

Powell, B. D. Law, Wm. Struth; bass*i As the charming bride-elect took her The report refers to charges that f Eugene; Matthews, Julian Peek, Jr.,' for' the honor again conferred upon, rrtr conveniences. ". I
J. F. Kicklitcr Luther Powell, Wilbur Beat on a beautifully decorated divan the motive behind the proposal for j i I Clara Louise Peek, Virginia Weeks,' him and fxprcsHed his regret that lie' The Mossi Haynes ore known far :

Scott, Willie Epperson; Mrs. DeWittC. Helen Louise Sayers, the winsome i I I return< of the soldier dead was "the Edison Brinson. 1! could do so little pei'BonuMy in thc i ami widi for their skill! in their profession s '
Jones, accompanist little I ---- -- campaign. and patients to them Y
come
daughter of the hostess, appear. I'propoganda of the undertakers and I
Scripture reading-Rev. B. D. Law. ed CARD TO j from all over the state Not
pushing daisy-covered tea cart, coffin makers," and tbe further charges THE PUBLIC only are

Invocation A I'lNAL ()ItU TO '
TIIK \OHm: they
which bore the gifts intended for the that activating the movement to unsurpassed a* dental surgeons; '
Young Men's Chorus, "Purple Shad. honoree. Amid To the Public: but are experts In crown and bridge
a riot of, merriment keep the bodies abroad was "the hopeof
owe Huckabee. the many lovely presents were opened the French' to make their presencea I Mr 1). E. Knight Is circulating; a( II. C. Richard KiprenHrM' lliank to work, tilling and thu making of artificial

Bacoalaureate Sl'rmon-Rev. J. C. which attested the popularity of source of constant and substantial U-tter signed by W, T. Weeks in which i ilia Many Loyal' r'rl.-nd.* teeth. The most modern instru.
Diggs. Miss Livingston by their profusion. financial revenue." ,* I i it is stated by Col.! Weeks that he has i i I menu and appliances are at hand arid
Chorus, "Gloria," Mozart-Choir.. A delicious ice course with cake was I "Specific data the- no recollection of James R. Molt, or 1anyone all the CitlWn; of Uiadfoni Couuty I nothing| but the bust of material are
Monday night a high school play served buffet style, the hostess being' ay. report, acting for him, making an of. i axed, thus insuring solid, well-ttttlng/ t .'.
will be given, the title of which is "has not yet been adduced to Indicate ; I lusting. work.
assisted by Misses Elizabeth fer through him of $fllU in settlementof !; '1
Range "
that,, either fear is borne out'in fact. As the campaign diaws to close
"My Cousin Timmy. The cast of a i
Edna Holmberg; Elizabeth; Padgett It adds that while undertakers a certain judgment held by D. E. I wish to thank hundred 'I I' Dr. J. u. Haynes nut i>een a den- ,
" characters is: Miss Bethia Alderney, and Jewel Lastinger. come Knight Col.! Week's is my r If r fist in Starke iiu-a the HO's.
J A color motif I r memory cerf friend early \
conducted a movement for the returnof throughout the
:f) mistress of a select school Helen of white and yellow was accentuated the bodies Mainly I at fault in this matter, for I 1 |10)'aIIlUI'ort, county for the I1 I i Dr. O. J 1.,. Haynes has been in business
Diggs; Bonnie Holland, a recent arrival in bath decorations.and refreshments. they were repudiated by ,'I'i| went to him and asked him to act as the they have given mo due'I here, for several years, after graduut-
the "recognized association of ing pant several I
Nelle Roberts; Fudge: Tootley, The afternoon was pleasantly spent repo mediator in this matter between ins, the month ami for ', l ing from the best dental college In"the
table
her chum, Ethel Griffin; Stella May- the "telegrams" written by the guests funeraldirt'ctors, and that "it R.; Mott and D, E. Knight. I author. tinue support I am Byre they will con- country. They are safe and efficient\
is not true that there In to give
exists me until the
now
tart voLe i IIIca"t
bum formerly the most popular pu affording much amusement. Miss Ed (i sized him to offer' Knight $500 in net men and should be consulted by those .
pit Ruby May Poppell; Rita Garland, na Holmberg, for writing the France any generally prevalent Pft'ortto 1 j I He afterward reported to on election day. In going about i who need dentists'/ services. ;
one con. the
r capitalize, financially American'n county it has been particularly |I . .
a pupil, Nellie Stearns; Millie Jones, sidered most apropos of this event I that he had first offered Knight 1 ---- ..
1 burial places. pleasing to to find ''
me that
a pupil, Gladys Brown; Mattie Spoon from the letters in the honorees' :, I $1100 and when the amount was refused of neatly ev.el'y 'HOME/ DEMONSTRATION( CLUIIS: '
er, a pupil, Louise Fernandez; Jonas names, received two hand made hand ho then offered him $500. Knight one those who aUI'ported' my ARE: AGAIN AT THEIR: WORK! ,
Chorker, the gardener, Carr Colley; kerchiefs as a reward. IIIIL1TARMAT"fErtS again refused saying that if he should candidacy four yuan ago are still my It!

Maggie flings, the maid Maggie The guests present were, Misses 'I'buy' a valuable home for $50 there iitendfust frienda. It 1 Ie leainjr> tome After !Mrs. Scott left the county tin

Maxwell; Prof. Timothy Addles, Miss Elizabeth Padgett; Jessie Lou Cook, Athletic Sports Will lie Practiced Under was no r'aaolwhy he should sell\ the to to find that not n Ing has happens| 1.)0'11'| and girli work was chucked for .1,
cause to luau
Alderney's cousin. Hairy Canova. Between Leona Lesley, Edna Holmberg, Dorothy Srrgt. Lewis horse for less them its value. but that me thuir h'iundxlip| a time, but .since the club. were or. i "
on the other hand I
; the acts of this comedy Mrs Priest, Jewel Lastinger, Elizabeth i JOHN R. MOTT. |Imvu held event lo gunuud and the interest In the each
i i their
uoiilldi-nce t
Wall's music pupils will render the Nelson, Vera Clarkson, Paula Baker, The interest in the local 'company '-Adv. ud the and grin pus ,phonics of the week wan arouHHJ !

following numbers: Sara Keller, Edna Bassett, Leah Ray' I increases] daily and the men themselves !)I -_ __ _._ __ ____ eral hundred friendship others and, of support of sow |by her, niont"'of the club member are -Me

Piano duet "Valse' Caprice," Rith- Mesdames, W. E. Padgett. G. M. ', are enthusiastic. Three new |HAZING .\ STUDENT: WITH i izenll. our best art ready to put forth every (effort for

burn-Iris Epperson and Ethel Grif Seckbach Ktuse, Baker, McMasters|'I recruits have been added to the roll I ETHER:I CAUSES: HIS DEATH I In, lIul.ce.Ve ate not HutNfiod with ,'i,
. Holmberg, Livingston Marks and I i 1 during the last ten clays, making the the contest four yciint ago a sewing or cunning or poultry iai ing '
: fin.Piano Solo. "Marche; He Concert Dohring.-Tampa Tribute i total enlistment so far 103, the largest t1 ii i Hilton, Itougc La., May 21< .-Alfori- chungu of l liP voter would have eluded alone, but with each of the club wo ;
Wollenhaup--Iris Epperson. + j i enlistment in the utate. Only seven 1 so QuiriuiieK, a special student from me. With my old friend. Kluinling, want the spirit vf homo making doveloped j.
Piano duet, "Valse Venitienne," SOME GUN i!1 more men are allowed to join. ( Sun' Salvador, in the sugar school of by mu *u )loyally und with the uddii which can be doim only by du-
Leon Ringuet-Flounce; Andrews and I I''' Athletic sports, such as boxing and I the LouiHana State University, died turn of active/ loyal nuw aupporlrr, velopmg the four "H"'-the llemt

Mary Canova J. L. Peek brought to the Telegraph i, wrestling, will bo practiced hereafter, tonight/ of injuries received! when ho in every nui"hbol'huud of the county, I the I lend, the Hand, the Heullh, withe

Tuesday night the graduating!: exercises office Monday a rifle that look. Ito begin next Monday night; They was burned with ether, according to aunured.my election next Tuesday. necni4 to b" t thu motto-"To make tho best ''let, ,
will take place. The studentsin cd like the father of all the guns. It will be under the direction of Scr- nieml.ero, at initiation ceremonies of |ter." That meaiiH growth and! growth:

the graduating class are: Carr Col- is 6 feet 10 inches long and weighs I geant Kirk Lewis. and some "jamup" the Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity rev If 1 am elected. a* Haw arena' certain I i..* the law of nature Every normal

ley, Hollis Knight, Tclfair Long, Doris 32% pounds. It has Chinese inscrip matches are promised. Admission i oral I night ago. I shall iluihaigo the duti'-it of 'living\ thing must grow. Growth it
Scott and Lucile Tatum. The com* tions on the barrel and is said to have' will be charged, the proceeds' to go According to a signed; statement the oil ico in a manner that will leave. evidently continuous. The mullct
mencement address will be deliveredby been used in the Chinese "Boxer" re- into i company funds. given out tonight by J. 0, Bond for no room foe my friends to regret! huvI I plant. or insect reproduce itself! but
Dr. Harry TI'usle'r. diyin of Law hellion many years ago.; While it was I I I Our company will take part in the the fraternity, the accident o'urn.dMonday' ing suppoited und votod for lilt I 'that which goes to make homo, life

School, University of Florida Music at first supposed to have been only a j', fifteen day encampment to b<, held at t night!; when Quinanuc was j leciiRnuo that tho flviV' olllcn bo- I better, the intellect, ban fin point of
for the evening will be piano solo dummy, used as a sign for a sporting j Camp Johnston, near Jacksonville, i in prevented for initiation. According tithe () long to tIe in'onlo of Bradford county I maturity for it has the power of rmitlnuous .
"Polka do Conceit" Bartlett Miss store. closer examination brought out July or August.; | statement part of this ceremony and not to any clique or ring, and,| t tH development, and It is In that

Cassie White, and Young Men's Chorus the fact that it was a real rifle and I All uniforms arid equipment are consists of rubbing a portion of th if you elect "ipe you will find that thuollico continuous development that we ore "

"Boat Song," Rowe by Wm. had seen service. The rifling in the now at the state arsenal and may be skin with ether During this act the will be conducted for all the pee. 'I nuiHt interested. We want better prod! "

Struth, Walter Kuhl, Joe WainwrightJohn barrel has a quick twist, making; at expected" to arrive here at any time. I I fumes i became Ignited and the can 'pie uct. is trust) but .b*> care of tlusaprifluct '."t\I \ .,

Powell, Willie Epperson, Rodney l I least three full turns; the calibre I Is Ten honorary members can join at I1 I{ containing the ether was upset, the Soliciting the support of every sit) and lire use it these products '
Crosby Thomas Limbaugh, Wilbur large enough to accommodate a 12- $10 each. Honorary members are ex I content falling on Quinonez who was ben' of the county those who 1 have is JH. important as the furnishing. ,'; '

Scott. I gauge shell; it has bolt action, similarto empt from jury duty. This money enveloped in flumes. 'had the opportunity/ / and pleasure. of To bu a club member and to carryout 'f,!

Mrs. A. E. Wall, teacher of music the Springfield. It cannot be used goes into company funds.COMMENCEMENT. -----.-i > culling on and those who I have not, the aim of club place the boy "
without a rest and the recoil be ---- -. THURSDAY CLOSING:\ AT I.A Wl'l-a' I J 1
in the school, will direct music for must am, or gill in a position of life that will \ .t
commencement exercises.A errific. DOINGS Very respectfully, moan leadership for thorn. We wunt -, ,
small admission of ten cents will This quaint gun; is owned by W, E. We, the undersigned; merchant '-Adv. H. C. IUCHAKD.i the work of the clubs to be of such a :
be charged Monday night. The purpose Yarborough of the Alfalfa settlementwho Annual( periodic quituation of Jun- and buninc men of I/awtey, Flu, ,r _L ?--| A _li u u character to give not only a knowl.
of charge; is to defray expensesof has quite a collection of curious lor Knut Crackers, on 32nd of Julem-hereby agree to close our places of> :HMI1II IAIMI1!: ISW:; .. / of one phase of club work, but 1.tIote 1\
speaker and other expenses connected fire arm*. ber, 1952 at 2 o'clock a. m. Your business every Thursday afternoon also rouse u desire to make a success
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with commencement. Any ---- present' required to attend. I from 1 o'clock to opening time Friday ( Dedicated to Stark' 1o'ilihernulI1)o ) of .same good work, some active prac. [I

amount left will be given to the athletic DWELLING BURNED TUESDAY Class Roll morning,, (commencing on Thursday deal work which require. Mktll and ('
association of the school. Maggie; ; Mae Smack.w..l1 I June 10th, and ending Thursday, September p Aiiani**! Father of all lie., intelligent thinking;, that will demand.

All exercises will begin; promptly The residence building of Riley B.1: Smell Elizia's Robust 2: Inspire rue here beneath these sum. better home, more attractive, more
at 8:20. All patrons and friends of Sullivan, situated on the Thcressa Carlyle C. Johnnie Cake Louis. II. Hill, W E. Torodu, J. C. rner skie, com fitrtablu one with the many convenience ,
school are cordially invited to attend road four miles southeast of Starke, I Ruby May Pnpinhell I Com-, Theda-More Co., Cash DrugStore While I ruclino among nienducloun I .* that are now in tho reach
the exercises was burned to the ground Tuesday I j Helen Duroc Digs; G. W. Roberts, W. L. OveV- /guy, of every farmer. Thi will make the

- --9.TELEGUAI'11'S evening between 8 and 9 o'clock. Mr.1| Levy Canopener street, Lawtey State Hunk, H. R. Sap That I, too, may' depict tli.. phantom I boy and ''girl; satisfied. on the farm
! HONOR ROLL Sullivan moved nearer to Starke sometime Aileen Mary Anna Piekford It I). Bennett Howe & Mosley. rise with a denlre to understand and to ap-
: ago: but the building was occupied I Gladys Brown Mule Of that "loHt1' n h" of moMt ...n"rIlIOUI"ize. >' predate the many gifts of nature .1 .
Name of Those Who Paid Sub rip. by Orral Gnftis and family. They: Willie Minus Upper tory MRS. JONES; TO ENTERTAIN Tin:
tion During May were not at home at the time and th el I Class Motto WOMAN'S CLUB Jive me the patience to Bit calmly by, With the Bradford county boys an.i'y

house was past saving when the I'm Slow But Sure (7)) While amateur with veteran gravelvie ': girl we feel aura this Is their pur-
W. R. Strickland, D. W. Kelly, Re*. neighbors discovered the fire. Mr. Class Colors Sirs DeWitt C. Jones will entertain !I I I! pone and we are going/ to stand among

N. T. King, Mrs. R. A. Ellington; N. Crime and family lost all they had Read and Blew the Woman' Club this afternoon at Recounting/ deed performed with rod I I the first when the year' work I II fin-

G. Hayes, Mack Addison, O. Prescott, except the clothe they had on. Class Flowers five o'clock. The committee on music. :|,1 and fly, I I Ulrml. They are Interested In tholr .
Willie Rhoden, Mrs. T. S. Langford There was no insurance on th SbulldmR. Onion Tops will furnish a jnusical program. Till 1'' Then help me tell the final, crowning work and are ambitious to make this i I'
A. A. Dyal, II. R. Brown A. A. HazenE. It was erected by F. A. Principle-X. Y. Z. Get You There. I meeting in alm/in the nature of a wo 1.1| (I lie!-Author Unknown. the banner year for Bradford county

W. Turner, R. R. Prevatt, R. S. Hess about 18!>fi, but was in good come to the new club officers. All -- ---..... i ij Not only the boy and girls, but the ,I

Griffis. Miss Cassie Cole, E. 1[. Douglass condition. Semi-annual Flunking of the Eighth club members_ cordially invited. I j KPWOKTII LEAGUE: SUNDAY parent and friend are growing in I i'
Brady Thomas S. V. Andrew Grade Scalawags;' on the 43r$ day of -.- 1 i I 1 interest We are holding regular 't '

H: F. Friester. J. B. FJorrid. F, M. Archdeacon D. E. Holt will hold Octember, at 11:00: p. m. Your presents . VOTE loft (:. W. ALDEKMAN Subject, "What Bible Reading Will'I '' monthly meetings and where it ill I con.vrolent .
Rivers W. C. Cason, Mrs. L. M, Gay, service Sunday, June 6th, at St. are kindly.requested.. ron CLEItK I I I 1 do For Us"-Hilda Struth, leader I I I we are holding Joint, meeting

F. L. Drawdy, H. L. Johns, J. M. Flick ra. Mark's church at 11 a. m. Class. Rollers. I Song 219. Scripture reading/ and !with the Agricultural club Th.

Mrs D. C. Kersey, V. R. Prevatt, Irish Epison Salts He In" competent and will d lo ,: payer I I J: question. they bring up for discussion.
E. T. Stewart B. O. Colson, T. H. ham Ward, Enoch Griflls, Mrs. F. L: Liza Jane Brownleg the work. I' Bible Reading Give Vision-Willie in- these meetings and the Interest

Tyer, S. Griffin. J. C. Griffls, Perry Turner Allison Bielling, E. S. Bailey, Charlky Johns His HOn haN a better job than Struth. I|I manifested would be a credit: to older i..
Dover, N. D. Wynn, Mrs. H. C. Clemens John Shaw, L. J. Wynn. f(. O. Verne, ;Tom Limber Leg Deputy Clerk, get twice a is, I I| Reading the Bible for Personal1k l head and more experienced farmer :
C. R. Neal. W. E. Davis, H. 0, W. L. Andrews H. M. Dees. Jattio I Lucil Carrie: Greens much Halary an the Deputy Clerand Work-Telfair Long. '''and housekeeper. The parent and
Rivera M. J. Green, Mrs. Florence E. Murphy. Mrs. L. E. Dowling, J. A C. Laura Wins has a job that has a future ) Violin Solo-Harry Canova. I friend who visit the club meeting

Alvarez, B. D. Kelly, O. B. Gordon, Tyler, Richard Albert C. A. Boyd' Judy Anna Canopener I to it, I In Hours of Temptation-Madge and who are alway welcome, find '.f
S. R. O teen M. A. Blackwelder, W Dr. A, H, Freeman, 1[. F. Woodard, Honey Cone Shorty' G. W. Alderman bought Lif[)- Middleton. them both interesting and Instructive. I

S. Bessent, jr., J. M. Mott. Chas. S. Mrs. Eugene; Douglass; C. H. Jordan, I Liza Jigs; erty Itondn- -all he wan able. |I Stanley and Hi* Bible-Ilulda j MYRA V. IIERLONG, 1
Strickland, T. M. Williams, F. T. Norman Ira L Riley, C. C. Johns, Mrs. Wm. ', Audrey Joins I I G. W. Alderman had one boy i I .on. n.l Home Demonstration Agent. .
Mrs. C. McCormick E. M. li a. Johnson, Mrs. W. A. Bailey C. W. Bill Struts \I \in the Hervice. His Insurancei I Know the Author-Mr*. L. A. had ..
ten Mrs. G. B. Colson, John Tyson, George. Mrs R. L. McDowell, W. F. I Hand Up Edwards i i i ]policy taken out while in the I Vocal Solo-Florence MaUh ws. NOTICE .1

T G. Carter, J. R. Bevill, E. P. Joh n. Harnage, Mrs. A. L von Kim, S. L. Mark Long Tail i in army b in No. T.U,7RZO.! That, || All Need J to Know the Bible -Wil-IN ;J -

son, H. A. Bishop, S. L. Peek, D .L. Crews, I{. Rosenberg, F. B. Robinson Pegin Brooker ,, does' not l look like shirking, doe I bur Scott. I I The City Council will meet June IS, 'l|
SHcox, T. E. Dekle, P. S. McMillan, J. C, Waters, G.- W. Baisdon. Ossian, Unice Perches i lit? I My Mother'. Bible-Telfair Long, I 192V:.! to receive bide for the scavenger i
Dr. W. E. Middleton, R. II. Futch, S l Oliver, E. E. Norman, E. A. Kennedy, Nell Mop 1 G. W. Alderman subscribed t[nI Wilbur.Scott William Struth. {I: and street work beginning July 1,
T Starling, C. L Peek, Ceo.. A Gardiner i P. R. Hedgman; F. A. Fisher, W. N. Class Motto the Ited Cross and solicited money At the close, of the. service t ho''!' 1920. The council I reserve the right |

R. D. Griffis, A. G. Brown, Wm Lindsey, M. B. Wilder, H. G. Crawford Isabel Fertilizern for same.! Every member of Leaguer will attend in a body the I. to reject any or all bid.
Fienske, Frank Murphy, W. A. Brown W. B. Bloodsworth S. b!. ' Cheat and Pass hiM family was a member of the ,. baccalaureate sermon at the higl) I D. C. JONES,
>ng, L. F. Wilson, H. N. Abraham, R C Heiberger,, C. B. Heiberger, W.M. ClaRa Color I Ited CrosH. school auditorium. j 6-J-2t. Chairman ;' t'.'
Mrs. Eva Elixon, I. W. Pinholster, Jr., Gilliard; J. F. Des, B. D. Andrews Helliotrope and Serrisce (;. W. Alderman has not tried The drat weekly social for the --- ... .

i M. S. Taylor, C. H. Cummings, F. M Hire H. M. Bill I. W. Wiljon.D. '' Clan Flower to deceive anybody. summer month will be at the home ofOnly I firttt clans merchandise 4
Dew, J. w Andrews, Sr., Sam Not W Swindel, Louis HarrU nero Old Maid Bachelor Button I VOTE for him and you will I* Mr. and Mr*. L. A. Davis Thursday 1 at the lowest price at /Sttrn-
I man, W. D. Dukes, Jr. Lieut. Blox- I hell! Crosby I' Teacher, M, C. II. Pututhrew sure to ,WIN."aid Adv. evening, June llth. berjrs.It .

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+. PAGE EIGHT: BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1920._
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C COMMUNITY FAIR MATTrita: 4 gallon -.._..__$400 will be paid to your town. So long: would be too late now to get a new oughbred bull. That make him al-

{ 6 gallon _. ..._$5.00 Dot vas a nice man. omDon't know what the fellow
Organization Effected i'n Controlnioner *- GLASS JARS- I had brought along a bill the fel- will tell me when I get home. -

District Fife 1 pint, glass tops, doz -$1.15 low of Shaske county wanted put be- I get a letter from home, telling me 4FI +

1 quart ..1-1.25 fore the legislature.. about the railroads my wife very sick, better come home i right.DON'T
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I quart -$l.fiO building underground crossingson quick. I write her am to busy, can'tget ,J I
s, : Sec. 5. Art l. It shall be the duty 1 pint Screw Top glass jar ----$1.031;) I account of no many teams killed away and to go down to Ole Tolf- i
1 quart . $1,15 there. I told this click friend of mine (
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14 / of the executive council to arrange son'g store and get a bottle of John- i
with the Bradford County Fair Association 2 quart _-.. -$1.60 about it. son's liniment. It make you all right.j I
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for Hpace and to place a community PACKER CANS" He nays, Oh, yes; I'll take your bill We worked along for some days Throw away your old I
l :3 II>B., each .___ __._ .05 if vote for shoes, have them
exhibit at the Bradford County : up to :Mr. Speaker and! you longer, then they gay the meeting is : ref -
''lg Fair with no leas than one person 3 Ibs., each _..?_... .00 my kill I'll vote for yours.Vel. adjourned and we could go home. My f paired. Will make +

?r. In charge at all time during the con Printing BringsClien ICE CREAM: FREEZERS- I gave him my bill but I did friend, the slick man, he told me I := them like new. Par-

tinuance the county fair. 2 .--____________$3.75 not hear it called yet, so I asked him could take everything on my desk. eel post one way. We I
t Art 2. H shall be the duty and ts 3 .......-..$4.50 about it. So I get two big carpet bags and I i buy old ahoes.

purpose of all committees t" distribute 4 .-$5.75 He say, Why, did you not get It put in two spittoons, big lot of paper
w the work In collection of exhibit Not every builnc hi* a show I a qt.$7.25', ,off my desk? I thought you had come and envelopes, pens pencil, Inkstands I Electric Shoe Shop {
end) product of the community so as wlnriaim If you want to win more 8 qt. .$9.00' and taken it away. filled up to take home. Ven I
to the varietjr of .. Screen Wire and Window ScreenaI'' wife she be dead, but F. C. HOLLINGSWORTII, Prop.
secure gientest prod- client. u e more printing and use Vel some one must have taken it !got, home my :
wets and resource a* finwliert/ and the hind ot'pr'ntlnthat faithfully ( Metal and Wooden Frame., for he could not find it anywhere It I the slick fellow send me a fine thor +Wf'Mi' + in ii' H'MMM.H"+++
,, '." .-"Vet im possible ..o4'fully rxprcpntTk represent your business policy. Screen Door*--all'at low l price 'I .
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the mmunity. Such collec -- ---- ---
Buggy Harness Whips and Saddles -
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You save money end make money
f ,".. tlun"IItla.1( include every variety of -all "moving" out fait. Got ,
for Do the for our
your patron time j BALLOT 1920
I farm ELECTION
i COt gVfdin product, every variety yourtelf by: using an economic! ,'!stock of Granile Ware marked and off SAMPLE PRIMARY
of mineiVl product and every' variety hlgti grade paper ttimmermlll j the floor, ready for sale. J JI

ii of maVi'uctured article, material Bond-and good printing both.of can't see where Jacksonville has
1 and arliJcvNITIUin which we can give you. got anything on Starke when it come Democratic Party Precinct No. Bradford CountyInstructions
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I I to Ilardwate. DeWitt C. has
i If you want printing service and Jones .
\F fonu.\; l economy-give use a trial. .... the stock and he has the price, too. : To vote for any. candidate, make a I'or Member House of IlepreMenta-
Don't you think no, Mr. William. cross (X) in the square in the appropriate column, tUes-Group 2:
This in to armouiiV that I have' !I Well according to your choice, at the right of his name. Vote for One _
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING we were listening to Mr. Ole-
first choice in the first column vote your
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been Vote
r+ officially advised t tWit the war duo son's your I
X experience when he was a second choice in the second column. EVERETT: JOHNSIf
a ? partment has nitrate TniViu< soda stored FOR SALE-At once for cash. Good I member of the legislature in Minnesota there is no second column at the right of a name
ut Jacksonville and and orders buggy and- harness. II, M. Sny- way back in the early days of vote your first choice only. Do not vote more than J.\\II-S: : REYNOLDS: I
placed with the
following will
f that state. I
choice for the same candidate.
der. one
t ( ( locc-ive attentions: II. J. Uti\ r & Bro., 5-28-tf '"et. morning head it beswelled Fur Delegate to :National' Democratic For County Judge:
next
" 81 Fulton Street, W. R. GIVe; & Co., my (Contention State at .> S is Vote for One.
Hanover Square, and WPII-\,VDuval FOR SALE-A new seven drawer up nojne but the landlord gave iJ
Large:
I 28 Broad St., all of New YorV 'to.ity., Snger Sewing machine. S. L. Alvarez me a big glass of beer and then I got Vote for Four. iZ :J> 12For : > T. J. DEKLE
The price will he "8.10 pd toiyof Starke, Flu.614tf.. all right After I had come breakfast I-1 1JAML

II 2000 pounds f. o. b. cars 1 pint flf I go up ton the capitol buildingand E. ALEXANDER I R A. GREEN I
. FOR SALE-One light truck almost we begin' to work hard.
d "storage.' Not less than one V>n or
I more thnn one hundred ton v\\\\\ be tgsewi a bargain at $750.00 Quigley We voted on a lot of bill that I T. J. XPI'LEYARD _ For Sheriff
h },T 9 sold to any purchaser. No sales' ,Vada Overland Co. 0.4-tf. did not know much about, but someone Vote for One.
, after &-pt. 30, 1920. \ would tell me which one to vote J. E, BOWDO1NJOHN }
, The government nitrate of Nod \\In FOR SALE-.One 5-palMenjtl'r car, f""r, Vet, I see lots of men 'get up T. BUSH P. S. DENMARK:

h storage is a part of the war reKeMl<'. tune like new, price $575.00 Quigley and asked to have bill so and ao read W. J. EPPERSON
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I The amount released' and sold to tke Overland Co. tt-4-tf over again, so I jumped up and asked FRANK CLARK
: distributor and users of nitrate ID Mr. Speaker will you pleace have billood For Clerk Circuit Court:
I the united, States will be replaced by I WANTED good renter for a g I i No.% 44 read over again.! I dent just 'THOMAS A. DARBY I I Vote for One:
s" imported nitrate after! the present farm. See Dr. E. T. Campbell. understand it. .
stringency has passed. All farmer 5.14.4t. *- I would be pleased to call up this CROMWELL GIBBONS -I I G. W. ALDERMAN I J ),

who will need a* much as a ton of bill but Mr. Oleson, that bill was paean
i nitrate should communicate at once FOR:" RENT-Two cottages, one o ed, yesterday. ALBERT W. GILCHRIST II, C. RICHARD ,;

i with the! above named contracting Walnut street and one on Madison, Vel, we. worked along for several ,N,
J. W. Morgan. 5-21-tf. FRANK HARRIS For County Superintendent Public
agent. day when that slick man came to me .1.1J.
---- and Mr. Oloson bill will Instruction: y
J. O. TRAXLER, nay my
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WANTED HODGES Vote for One.
B.
-Chickens and pl'Odude.Let .
County Agent come up soon now. It 1 is No. 86 and
me know what you have 'to offer be sure to vote for it. It will be a I
Cash paid. L. A Bennett, Route great help to the railroads and you BRYAN MACK __ E. R. POPPELL I
THE HOBO UNION A, LakelnnJ, Fla. 521.4t'CROSS l
: ( the know farmer can't get along without PAT MURPHY H. B. WIGGINS

A plan to organize the hoboes has Write//' railroad!
been TIE CUTTEKS- for Yea, I tank so debt; be all right. GEO. W. WARD For Tax Collector:
; icon submitted it I III said to tho Amer price 'and ship your tie of all I must be'going now, will Bee you Vote for one First Choice and One
f' Fedeiatlon of Labor. When their r !grade to Cress Manufacturing'CoJacksonville ., tfjraln. Delegates to National Democratic Second Choice ,

}organization has been consummated, Florida. 8-5-2X-lyr! Oh, Mr. 0le80ll, I saw a man that (onrention'nrention. Second Congrefmional t. I-
,, eome of the rule may be as follow: has DIH(rict: J. E. DOUGLASS I I'ote
a fine thoroughbred bull. I told 3
Twenty-four hours shall constitute FOR SALE- -acre farnAn sLrke-; ;: him to ship him to :you next month for Two. --!
II loafing day. Lake Butler toad and growing B, M. DOWLING
and send the bill to me. The freight
.' There shall be extra pay at the crop; horse, wagon, buggy and RORT E. DAVIS
I rate of time end a half, for all loafingovertime. work harness; farming Implements; Habitual Constipation Cured E. W. HAYES
,i{ \ 19 head of cattle; 12 head of hogs. In 14 to 21 Day ELI FUTCH'I
,i fit No member of the Hoboo Unionwill Pi'ice URY G. S.-\1'
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': $2800. Crag Kilo, Route 2, "LAX-F"OS WITH PEPSIN" Is a IIJlf'ClaUy. J. E. PENNINGTON
be permitted to loaf alongside a Box 23, StarkeFla.1 6.4.4t. prepared" Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
non-union hobo. For Member Board of County Com.
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
I Any person employing non-uniou FOR SALE-Registered pig; four should t be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days for Vote United for One.States Senator: Vote s mi8t for>ioner One._District No.1:

liolioes to loaf on a job, and refusing Poland! China boars, 4 mo, old; five I to induce regular action. It Stimulates and I
Kegulate Very Pleasant to Take.* 60t
," hall to discharge t I" them 'when requested, Puroc Jersey BOW and flue boars, per settle SIDNEY J. CATTS I I O. V. BROOKS I ,
boycotted. 4 to 6 mo, old; prices reasonable;
tF Any hobo 18 1 eligible for membervhip inspection invited. College uf' Agriculture DUNCAN U- FLETCHER I 11. II. WilLIAMS \\-1_ _
in the Hoboes' Union on paymen A, W. Inland Farn Superintendent
r f, 1 of the Initiation fee of, three II.l>ple! Gainesville, Fla.. 2-6tfFARMERBROWN N UNDLE For Governor: For Member Do. .rd.of County Com-
e,.: I pie, ono cold.chicken and a length of Vote for one First. Choice and one mIK""mer"7'JII.trlc No. 2: y ,
t .. clothesline. Cartoon Magazine.. WW HOTEL 8..ronoChoire.:\ Vote for one First Choice and one
ro
Second Choice.
---., JAtifSOflYlllE flA CART A HAIWEE I 1-

Ladies/ if you'' want a skirt" EurapMnDlaix Gmffete/ fWenv Screwed 1- J. 1\1 CONNER
that fits, try :Slernberjr's.fleorpetle ; LINCOLN BUlLEY : ,
/ Mr. William price list from De- outootnaw Stanltabd Nffiup| bfen '
1 ---r-\\ Witt C Jane Hardware Store continued tpuMan-fanvoniardtoEorytNny! li\ VAN C SWEARINGEN '. I s. M. DUKES
: Waists have beerrdueedin << n t'am last week. wart( of City.cend for Booklet..
C. A. ROBERTS
,, price at Sternbere'n.Merely WATER; OOOLERS MMOUUSniTH.PROP'RGENERAL for Attorney General

-- 's gallon .".____ _. _. ,.._.. .|:3.GO Vote for one First Choice and one For Member of
U..ard. County Commls".onl'rDllltrld
4 ) I for advertising for a Second Choice. *
period of I thirty' days beginning Vote for One. No. :3:

Saturday, June :5th MO will serve<< J. L. BILLINGSLEY

pure Coca 'ola lit :5c per class S, T. DOWLING
war (tax extra. Turners lrutj INSURANCE RIVERS H. BUFORD j
:Store.; B. J. ROSIERFor
4 1 JAMES E CALKINS
-- HAROLD C. WALL
The cucumber season opened In Member Hoard of County Comminnioiu'r .
For
Gainesville last week and la now at ComptrollerVote >-District No. 4: r ,
, r1 the height of harvest and shipping. STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE ... for One. Vote for One. i

,,r The switch yard at the T. & J. depot ERNEST AMOS
e4y' .. are crowded with vehicle reliveringand LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE _I J. M. BROWNLEE I

tt. loading into the cars. AU.IE J. ANGLE J. L, UNDERHILL


I, Vote For State for One.Treasurer For Member Hoard of County CommioHionerH -
; f District, No. 5:
; Vote for One.
.1. C. LUNING

: RESOURCES OVER HALF I II P. GAINEY
A MILLION W. S. McL1NFor I I

H. D. :MAY
: I A condensed statement of condition of the Brad- State Superintendent; of PublicInstruction For '
Ii Member
t Vote for One. Hoard of Public In-
; ford County Bank close of truction-District NQ"z'
: at business, May 31, 1920 DIXIE M. HOLLINS Vote for One. rv

' 'I. RESOURCES W. N. SHEATS J. O. DENNISON .
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f I'', Notes and Bills Discounted $276,142.63 For Justice,of the Supreme Court P. M, PADGETT

t Group No. 2:
School warrants 59,008.14 Vote fur One For Member Board of Public Instruction .

:'e' :i{ .i'' Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 19.000.00 I JOHN S, BEARD Vote for One.-District No. 3: s

. : Other Real Estate owned
6769.30 I
" J. D.
U. S. Bonds and Muncipal Bonds 16,400.00 I THOMAS F, WEST BAXTER I I
A. A.
War Savings Stamps 160.00 For Railroad CommuMioner HAZEN
,'r' Vote for one First Choice and one
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 977.14 Second Choice. For Constable-Dixtrict No 61
<' Vote for one First Choice
, > Cash on hand and in Bank 122011.61 n."._J. ROEBUCK Second Choice. and'one

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$500,468.82 J. H. TENCH GEO. E. ANDREUA.

u LIABILITIES S. WELLS JACOB J. JOHNSFor
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",' Capital Stork Surplus & .....lh.id..tllrofit'" *lTOoO.!T !State Senator, ISth Senatorial >tia FRED G. JONES
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Cashiers Checks District: d
outstanding 1,744.84 For '
Vote for One. ConstabU District No. 8: !
s U"IIONitN .151.U73..12 Vote for One
y A. Z. ADKINS
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-- B P. ANDREWS _
$500,468.82We D. E. KNIGlfT B
JAMES E. DOWLING
pay 4 per cent interest compounded quarterly, in savings account. For Member: House of RepreeenUtlvee -

We appreciate account whether Group II
small.
large
your or Vote for One First! Choice and one

Second Choice. ..
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a BRADFORD COUNTY BANK JOHN J. BLACKWELDER ::;,


N.T. RITCH Pres. W. T WEEKS, V-Pre J. H. RITCH, Cashier Ji T. B. PINHOLSTERCHAS.

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l PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA -


.w.wty COMMUNITY FAIR MATTERS rectors; to direct and assist, all officers
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and with the other officers and directors

cil, which shall shall compose decide an all executive coun'l TALE

cl' The agricultural! and home demonstration a majority vote of the members ,I THE SWORN RECORD TELLS THE
;, i clubs of the Graham community ent. I
I held an enjoyable picnic on Art. 2. The duties of the vice president .
( the banka of Sampson river near Graham shall be to preside at meetings HOOK MEN ACTIVE
ik Friday. Speaking, frame: and and perform other duties of the pre I SEE IF W. N. SHEATS COMMISSION HERE
rates constituted the morning: proKlam. ident in his absence and shall always with
District Agent: E. W. Jenkins, assist the president In the conduct of The Capitol is literally alive
'I t of Gainesville, made a splendid talk his official duties. school book agents representing the
which UHB abort but to the point. A Art. 3. The duties of the secretary HAS NOT PROTECTED thirty-one publishers bidding to supply -
;I bountiful dinner wax spread at mid. treasurer shall be to record the minutes Florida the necessary school
tyt.'.s t day and every one ate to their fullest of the executive council, and all books for use in the first eight gradesof
y capacity. other, meetings, to transact all correspondence YOUR INTEREST the public school. The recommen
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I During the afternoon County Agent: of the organization: and of the Sub-text-Book Commission -
C-f C. D. Gunn, of Alathua county, County to keep a correct account of all money ,dations of
e ; Agent J, O. Traxler and Hume and the urging changes approximately -
received paid out by or
v Tallahassee, Florida, May 21, 1920. in the list ofThis
Demonstration Agent, MIH M 'tuHerlong ninety percent
i 1'r; > ganization. He shall also pay bills
nl.q of Bradford county and Mr and accounts so ordered by" the execu- books now io use, and the fact that ,:
r I t w Gordon Clcinonn and Mr. Wilnon, who tive council. letter is in reply to reports from friends saying that I am beingcharged one company out of thirty-one bid

4 + are students at the University, all Art. 4. .The board of directors, as by the opposition with making changes in school books last >year, ding, secured the'first choice recommendation -
q gave short. Interesting talks. Those chairmen of the various committees, and also recent publication in newspapers of a cunning political scheme in of the sub-Commission for
1. A of the community pi-men decided to shall with the assistance of the executive cent of the
which the seventy-five
; hold community fair this coming attempt is made to so charge me. more than per
a council select and appoint thernl'mb'ra
i has caused no
: fall and with the amntance! of the of the committees for which books to be changed,
;7 county and home demonstration they act as chairmen. The clipping on the margin of this letter from the Tallahassee Democrat little stir and comment, of the competitors
d'p agents proceeded! to organize: for thatI Sec. 4. Art. 1. The duties of the of July 23 last, tells an interesting ,tor.)'. Read it, and you will understand of this firm. Many of them

i purpoRC. The following officers were committee on ground and buildings: what was attempted. My opponent in the present campaign was the expressing amazement at such a procedure

elected: shall be to provide suitable grounds: Chairman of the Sub-Text Book! Commission recommending this' wholesale but good natuhredlYh declare
\\i{ President and general manager, W and buildings: allowing': space for all change in school books I opposed such recommendations as being unnecesthey will endeavor e members -
J. Jones
demonstrations and exhibits and for Text )Book Commission
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of the
1 let Vice President, C. H. Robert. the convenience of entertainment. sary and unwarranted. To hate made the changes in books recommended of the Governor
? 2nd Vice President, L. C. Smith. Thin committee shall have supervision would have cost school patrons of Florida not one penny I less than ONE composed
ach member of the cabinet, that
t '. ,. Secretary-Treasurer, Francis Mur. of decorations and all rreparalory HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS. I stood !steadfast in my duty to the and
i is not entirely
x rhee. the Sub-Commission
work for placing grounds and buildIngs
people. It then that action to the wishes of
f was charged my was contrary
A board of 'riJht each and
9 directors was appointedby : in suitable condition for holdingof in every
the president composed of the following fair and removal of debris and rubbish a majority of the teachers. .Not at all! Only very few teachers asked for where thevjrecommended that chanle
:: W. T. !McEver, Mrs. W. T. after its clone. changes in school hooks and (the records of these showed that they had no es in books be made. The fight before

t4' !McKver' Frank Abernathy, Chesley Art. 2. The duties of the commit. just ground for complaint, as they had promoted 9 pupils out of 10 under the state authorities! promisestheir

)r i .. ," Jesse Fogg: ,Ogden Mrs I.and. C.Mrs.Smith C., Ruth I!. Roberts.Smith, tee on finance shall be to provide ways charge when using the books they thought they wished changed. (I to be interesting, and it is to be hop-

Pot's The following constitution was and means of securing necessary. I have the record of every school Florida on file and satisfied myself on ed that the representatives of the

&. ;, adopted: funds to defray all expenses in connection I this point). I pronounced such books worthy of continued use, and BO books now in use may carry conviction -
with the fair. They shall
Sonstitution of Bradford County take collections of money, produce or< voted, as mv.., certified record enclosed herein shows. in their argumentsh before the
Community Fair of Commissioners anything of value that will aid in defraying state board e people I ofIn
; District No. 6. expenses and providing prem. a few instances publishers!! would not re-contract to supply books this State the undue! expense of

p > 41i Ii." I'rcamblWe, the people of the turns then in use. THEY COULD NOT BE FORCED TO DO SO. In such cases, wholesale changes in school books at

s t fifth commissioners district of Brad- Art. 3. The duties of the commit the very best possible contract was made. this time; especially? when publishers
ford county, Florida, in order to stimulate tee on advertising and publicity shall seeking business arising! throughchanges
A d interest in the agricultural: development be to arrange for printing and distribution It is further charged that I was responsible for the delay in getting are unable to take proposischool
of our district, county and of premium lists, prize lists
t books. This is also Circumstances which of tions out of which any saving might
icy a ; state, do ordain and establish twin and laws governing: contestant untrue. over none us ,. .
: r' constitution. Art. 4. The duties of the committee had control caused this delay-strikes, lockouts embargoes, etc.-the same be enjoyed with the cost of book paper i

j ce r Section! 1. Article 1. An organization ) on woman exhibit shall be to supervise condition which has affected every line of business conducted in Florida. and other manufacturing costs at
shall be formed from our peo the collection and arrange We were fortunate in getting books at all. the very top notch. So it is hoped
I'k i pie to arrange for and hold meetings ment of product! for this exhibit. that the Governor and members of
"' and provide necessary waya and Art. 5. The duties of the committee his cabinet-the people's trusted'
The official vote of my opponent, showing that he recommended wholesale
t means of bringing together the prod on farm exhibits! shall be to supervise agents-may figure closely and wise i
changes in school books, and vote as a member of the State Board
acts of our farms, our kitchens and I the collection and arrangement my ly in the interest of those whom they
K, our households, in such a manner alto I of products and material foi authorized to accept or reject such recommendations, is State record: and This i is
represent. more necessary
;14 ? create competition that will develop .. this exhibit cannot be disputed. I ask not for praise for doing my duty. I simply ak than ever in view of the compulsory
it our community and raise OUIinwll..etual Art. 6. The duties of the committee
1k for protection at the hands of those whose interests I protected. Such
attendance law passed by the last legislature
standard. on club exhibit shall be to divide!
t false charges are made for the purpose of prejudicing votes against me at to of the inability
This nothing
t/ Art. 2. organization shall b known as Bradford County Commun. as nub-chairman shall supervise thE. the eleventh hour of this campaign. of competing publishers to do better -
ity Fair of District No. 1 Five collection and arrangement of each oi i for us than the firms now supply-
t Sec 2: Art. 1. The officers of thli I the various classes of club products, Your vote and active support will be appreciated. ing these books under contrt>!' .-
,r 17e organization shall consist of a president as stock, grain;: poultry, canned prod. Yours very truly, Tallahassee Daily Democrat of July
and general: manager, vice president ucts, Sl'WinlC. etc. % '
I" i secretary-treasurer, and a boar 1 Art. 7. The duties of the committee ,. \V. N. SHEATS. 23,1919. .
t of directors, which board shall be ap. on entertainment shall be to pro,
pointed by the president. vide entertainment and the executiot; The RecordRecord
i Art. 2. The officers of this organ: !. of the program.
,' ration shall be elected once each yea r (1)) Exhibition, lecturing, demon-
at regular intervals strationti, etc Book containing full proceedings of the Sub-Text-Book Commission, signed by Dixie M. Hollins,
r Art. 3. The board; of director I ((2)) Picnic dinner. Chairman, with other members, filed at Tallahassee as required by law, shows the official vote of the said Dixie
e \ fhall. act respectively as chairman o'n ((3)) Pictures, games, races anna .J M. Hollins recommending changes in school books. The official vote of W. N. Sheats on the State Board opposingsuch
the following committees: Ground awarding of prizes I changes is also shown. The records of both follow:

and Buildings, Finance, Advertismi g Art. 8. The duties of thj committee READING-Hollins voted for Young & Field's Readers ((8-book series) to displace Wheeler Readers!
' and Publicity, Farm Exhibits, Worn I' on refreshments shall be to notifj:r books in use. Sheats voted for Wheeler Readers.
an'a Exhibits, Club Exhibits, Entertainment '. all housekeepers to prepare and brim,
,' ;, and Refreshments (dinner and shall have supervision ore t The Wheeler Company gave the same prices on t he first six books of their series as previously: charge -
ii;'' .r Sec. 3. Art. 1. The duties of th \er sales of refreshments during;: tie e They offered a Revised Primer and Revised' Fdrst, Fourth and Fifth Readers (and the same second ....
I president shall be to preside at ai II t fair. and Third Readers). To their 6-book series of Readers was! added a Sixth Seventh and Eighth Reader.
V ri i r meetings; to call meetings: of Hpcaii ill They made the best proposition of any of the 31 firms! bidding. They DID NOT increase prices. They
: f1 I sessions; to appoint the board of d i. (Continued on Page 8)) re-contracted, and agreed to take up all used reading- books and allow for such old books one-half the

!!! price charged for any new book.
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)' -.- -'dFllgF- They also: allow Promotional and Demotional Exchange.. This means that a 6th, 7th or 8th Reader
n I i : (selling for 60c) can be bought for 30c when a used Primer, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th Reader is turned
'f Q ( I in with the cash when the new book I is! bought. Or that a Primer or 1st Reader, selling for 25c each,

dBuying outRailroads 111 may be bought for 13c when a reading book used in any of the first! eight grades in the schools of Flor-
I ida is turned in when a new Primer or 1st Reader is bought. This system of exchange on the Wheeler

Readers will not expire until December 31st of this yean, and will enable the holder of any used!' reading
1i1 the I book to turn it in for one-half the price of a required new reading book. Records submitted showed

IV1W : I that there were some 75,000 used reading books in Florida homes. .

AIUTJJl\IETIC-Hollin voted for Wentworth-Smith Arithmetics ((3 books) to displace Milne's Progressive
''
I Arithmetics! ((3 books-books in use.! Sheats voted to continue use of Milne's Arithmetics.
k
jj ,.. LANGUAGE & GRAMMAH-JJollins voted for Potter, Jeschke & Gillet's Three-Book Course!' to displace
I Hyde Two-Book Course-books in use. Sheats vo ted to continue use! of the two Hyde books.

CIV If all the farmers in the United States I The 14 required books in these 3 subjects Hollins\oted to give ONE firm. Sheats voted to re-con-

should sell all their livestock and all tract with the THREE firms l supplying! these books at NO ADVANCE in prices--thereby PREVENTING -
a MONOPOLY, and ENCOURAGING COMPETITION: for the future. ,
the crops they raise this year, they
would have money enough to buy all GEOGRAPHY Course-books-Hollins in use.' voted for Bingham & McFarlane's Two-Book Course to displace Frye's Two-Book ;t!

N the railroads in the Nation. That's'how : : 6
( big the farming business is. Worth i The State Board rejected the recommendations of the Sub-Text-Book Commission for a change in '
'I' both books in Geography, as no new Geography of hat date would be up-to-date when the World War
knowing about-eh? was settled. (Only three firms bid to
supply Geographies. One of them withdrew its bid The bid of '
"
) I one of the two remaining firms was discovered to be illegal). [In this case the very best possible contract '
t ; was made). Frye'! New Geography (with Florida
cme COUNTRY Supplement), Book I, for use! in the 4th and 5th
grades, was adopted. The Frye Advanced Geography the
( one in use), with some additions, covering
: I the resources, commerce and industries of the United
I. States, Florida, etc., was adopted for use in the
6th 7th and 8th grades.' By the
agreement
publishers
were allowed
\ GENTLEMAN an advance of 1:! cents on each I
book to cover cost of changes. : I

P ADVANCED U. S. HISTORY-Publishers of the book in
use did not offer book containing account of
4 carries to its readers each week the history of the great World War. No Advanced History without this.couldhavbeen! the

+' news of this eighty-billion-dollar busi in our schools. To get books containing this information an advance in price of successfully used .

ness. It tells of successes-and the had to be allowed. As in the case of the Advanced Geography the best possible more contract thart was 50 per made cent

failures, too-of farmers in every state. FIRST LESSONS IN AMERICAN HISTORY-The same book recontracted for at NO ADVANCE in price.
? The farmer right round keeping very dourly In FLORIDA HISTORY-The same book re-contracted for at NO
ADVANCE
u l l I thli town have a part In touch with this farming in price.
I i I F that $80.000.000.000; business that could buyout PHYSIOLOGIES er of Hygiene,. Primer! of Sanitation and Human Physiology.! These
books
I the merchant and the railroads. . contracted for at NO ADVANCE in price. were re-
,,,..al'hen and lawyer* Better luhncribe. Coat
and doctor tare in town only $1.00 for a wholeare I CIVIL GVER MENT-Turkingt.on's Civil Governme nt-book recommended by Sub Commission
getting their living, y..ar-flfty-two big WRITING BOOKS-The firm previously supplying these books adopted
directly indirectly, weekly issues-and it I renewed contract at slight advance in price.
from the firmer. . will put before you the DRAWING BOOKS-The firm previously; supplying these books renewed contract.
I 1)oyouresdTNBCOuNwholeNatton'sf.rming- I were designed to cover industrial art, as well as free-hand drawing. Drawing Books adopted,
(
t (" : TRY GENTLEMAN? den from to the the backyard million-acre gar.ReaularlyEveryweek used, have no exchange value, as they cannot be used again). Writing and Drawing Books' once
I
I I If you don't you're not ranch in Texas.t .
State of Florida, County of Leon. Be
advised
t I'D Gladly Come Round For Your Dollar i I, Greene S. Johnston, Jr., a Notary Public, state of tract for all school that Florida books is under I FIVE( year con
: Florida at Large, have examined the Record Book reTWELVE required throughout the
tl I ferred to (Minutes of the Sub-Text-Book Commission not( construe' grades of the Public school course. So do

MRS. E. C. WELLS I and of the State Board), and find each vote of Hollins meet the requirements the necessity of having to buy books. to
II and of Sheats as stated above. Examined record this in his of your child when promotea t;-

RAIFORD, FLA. 26th day of May, 1920. Greene S. Johnston, Jr., books are school changed to permit the charge that school t 1
(Seal) Notary Public State of Florida at Large every year. It is untrue

An .u'horli.d ..._",1_nprmratariv* ol11eC.eerfCeatleatu My Commission Expires August 17, 1921. W N. SHEATS
: ToeL di..,'H_J..... Tfc S.l.r4.,E..iac P.rt
i IL-.; a'W.-Ls. Y.r-$2.O5 u a"-I2'S (Political Advertisement)

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J-fUDAY. JUNE <4.< 1920. ,



_ -- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.. FLORIDA_

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..- in Northeast corner of Beetle 141 Addition t* the town of Hampton I .
North tit Soul brut Wuarur 01 Koctton my .
H.1 ford County. Florida ; ..
25.Tb. ttkerka Four 441 and Five (ft) I open
f.o.'n.! described lnd In Townnhlp. rf by K. I this county
solves Balrd
for
U C .. St Rant. .mn'.n.M .f. fe-andrrtt In the. C.' of I Reeppct
North. Hi' diirreea "..t 80 flit County. l.m'.n. .
his ( decree Writ at center Una or 8. Kn..h.A. On FI..ld I
and he Railroad L 20..1 tun'Mine .t1 and th* clt
swapped Irani, raid corner hclnil the : One r .
rant ,. "N"M" am a candi
Corner ( (* .. IladdIh. land a. re. ,,0.m"I..t. ntinr
corded In De.V lionS 211. !'. Alarhua'' urp. .u" and ..r. ."&.
.3. and
WiiA, | ..unh.na.. 1.'Of l..n" cup ; los t. romlnf
.
ou"'Y. diim** On .
Wnl IOK'' fiv-l.'lhrneo' North. man hone n.m. : Id JUIM
dorm Wmt
for flit I hi'arc North BH di>, Fjut. one .n." marv mill named Emma: : ( to m,. I ,:
slnile'GOSH 1.VJ 1060 ,
grouch tnarf mutt named One pant ,
Rhfn.
a .
thciMM. ..n.
South 12 divmo East Zl u 7.t f.iitn .
ptul<< named 1 If
In-Klnni.ii., rommrnrc K.t: 1lak mar ) { you
rlmin.. 14 link .d.
1 the duties
M.I. .uhl. wairon and
Wr of .
mUr |H Mouth boundary ..
I. hAl -
line .. .r" dip.ari'la : One a-aoline .> .bliy. wllh
f. '. rowuplIp Hinith 'tout I
< jnmtp gIl!! "* or other personal an
H.n. 2' 1..1: l A.dndo Grant run t..n. ..t,f*> r ttur kInd. and all HAYK9
.
'
.Li . |
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5 Ml
chaini. I
BUT trolley. CHEEPED 10.11. .t j '' nif-Trlmr-n OQ hand at the
__ that ME op. Inituil nulnt. thence. Knot *.t chains .
.. .. ,' In.r. d.IN. riser.all of the ".rd ..n.
to .
a thrnrv North S2 8 dnrrec Ural .tm.1! .
of
i iiifirrtr Setup loratt Tai
I :l WITH A jolly-Erin. 040 ch.,m. to a MKkc. .. Went II ill | and and .. (.II. .
W..; ALMOST! as pack tA I m i and lwlnir ' *
rh.ln. to us .Inki, the".. South diwren IFji.f I Section with the upon .ut 8th' .
22.f .
fttG], 0 AND SAID to mp.zr 6.40 .I.in., tn beginning: pf ..Id !',; tlun of the d ,' .tu..ntln.*. . IOl'OLAf".
i'l I ecjufpzej.! : tmrU, biHnt In Ai-ctloti, 7 Hmitbi'imt Qimrlcr Wi"* and J. Pollard,E H.r..
_ of KoulhniM Uu>rt,.. South H.lf of 8outh- I .. County I li th*
"I':3GROUCHESNow. Florida :
ALL THE candidates. east Cltinrtir. and. .tartinit Nt '\.u.h..t One t'o-harivl, .uri "n.. tht 1
_ .
_ t".lln.
ni>r of ft.TIUm .H'
: J 15. run North alonir East rnniit'U| (lu.. monwr ahot C'ollector,,
_ _ S AND HONEST! I fa.it better. boundary I Ii in., of lh. Section 10 chalnn torVitithiaHt barrel.. One RO-borne p t."t.. .. dut.of '

_ _ FOR PRESIDENT In. rotncr of thr lot, tin',.. pump mith nit ennnrptlon owvr ,1.1. : (b. 1 I : .1. .
.. parnlli'l s' ith 1..10 of the \.1 mule .n".d On. : 1 *
IT WAS on aJ.l lWHENEVE'R IM"ne.r Our mtitun* ..
1..1.
I chain. T* o.
< > to l of
_ _ THC cur swayed.I ".t. thcnr, Kurih, ,. .1.h. r.itii'r K.a.t mitJr n..r Onr blnrk m. -- - F r
.1..1 'lh t.lnd'i nnmed On blncK
I man mul'
I of DM
.
OF A clRnrctto. U s.c'lim t" Nunhwrateornir. -
I SAT on the lap. thi.tin rni.t: lsatI.l) ) with houth lioundary ,u tIns Carrip.: Onp: 5.000,( try.... .t"'I."tn.. .' l.. 1.
_ _ d."hl. f .'atlV
_ _ BUT I'LL tWa.OF of th. s, ,u..," 1 chat,,. 6S b Ulk. toNh.aat I j luaitpr and : .
All th
ray h.n. ti .1.) '' <* In *
A Vudrylndy. r .rxr thmcc Houlh alonir rant: flterclsndips. nr othrr 1H..n.1 ''.... .
hounilury .' tin Ill chain hack t.iSouthi'WI
IF THE ad alone. 1I.n. i wrta1fMver nnturv or kind at th* m nt .
r.oi.ii t lot. onlalnlni' H
MY BRAND: new derby. arm : nil I h, (in. In.r Sivllon IS : South Half aftcr pmintrty di<*prllM t..'intr>d] I ptac located: f all and of said |
nltuat
_ CAN CHASt n rrnaett.THS of Northw. ..Iu.... $,.,,Ih.a.t ",,' ofBoiilhwral I I tirnr. and b"lnir used upon and In ",. f II,
Q".. North Half of Satlmrut I .
with. 4hi f llrailfoMl
_ _ WAS SUNK, without a trace. tiiritrntine place and location'
*. ; CICARETTES. Qttartcr IHA. .' arrcft sold Antnn'lH' C**. Klttitnf clrN-niUnU. C. E harem .A. (I. \5.fl) =::: :! ; : %: : : .
Section II. .South Half of South t,1 of S. II t'ullard .t tlw.tr "Cyril Ilac." In nf 'II'
AND A garlic breath.BU Norlhcant: u'arl..f. : Sivtion 17 FA l.l i ('"unty. Florida, : and aluo. rah .,,
THEP.ISELVESWUST do. of Northiu.t Wua'lrr 44 Section It. ,' ttiriHiitine lefmi nrlmnrr.
dmcrflied.
and
a*
!:V7 DOWN my nock. 0 1'he rullKw iriK ". .1. land in TVtwnphlpH . In thr sslI( ftnal di-cnv In 1b. ,.. ': .

_ WHAT THE car t ar4 naJd. H South. Itnttar >1 .t SouthvaMt .'''. lh.rrrf nximlwrrd 4.
exrcpt 1<"* ar... ... a Blrip' t( A. Z. of Tlrflil-

AND MY .ro wctlt tt) feWp. "THEY:: ;Aisv., broad '''I KwKt d..IH.1. aero* Ht.ulhi>rli A. Special, I for the th,.'r.
of Kotilhwiitt of SoiitlnviMI( .rd.1 CI1A1CIK9 COOK

AND THE rest of uio. I'LL GAV'th do. t'R" I or lI..h".lot In Southeast "< ,' Jarknonvlllv, .' ..nOWE1.L ; ':' \ .rtl'.rhnrt Jitn.>,

) 11.1... Onnitei' Mtartlnir al ltul hut rut t Solicitor for Cnntplnlnnnt. > RE.
a nr. .b.. 1.t: t I l'r. ys nit to. a *t,htt. thine.North .. -- \
ENVIED MY loot J>2 vardu. llu-nce, Wr*| 13R )...1.. ihenet, SPECIAL : t
,
,
\nrtln tu place f luotfinninpi' of MT-, MART'I'I MAlE I .'. for
10"1102 ) re
: WILL tlrklo you to find out Untie I I. ht-ivbv itlvrn that tinder ,
AND I IT : !
V 3 Boro.YES.
how pood 1 Turkish and PomostlctoSarcns tonN The, folloulnn t )*nd- In Township virtue of thai certain, fInal di..of ( "1..1..1..! ilf
tasto when WondnJ In the .I..rlh. ur mndr and tvtid. red My R. A. .
ft South Itnnirp \ : : SoulS Half of .n."lnt 11"
GOD.: .tiij. sore. oxclualvo C'hoRU'tTie'd way. They North 11,1 of Hiiuthi-aNt Quarter' BoutheaMyimrttr I the br Die 1."f..I.I.. In J.m.and T for Will*. I . 1..t. 1
ri..lt nntdfoM
tin satisfy. And you'll be pli'impdto .I S.tthwmt (2urler. hiM I acre in I,. Florida In..Cbnnrory I., Mi'mmry r.
AND THLN! c. chap. South went rotttpr, and Quartir ofSouthweM .llln" fN'1
l nut nlnn that OliosUTtleuliArrf $ 1.1.. tat, CHUM wtmrtin lake H
,1ml Hullcr
I (Jutrier, nf Quftrter. |I.fH I Hunk,
Arrf> firm and fresh in their fpecial, (In ,. f..I.h. ft South- imraiion. I Is cnmnlainnnt. and C, A. ; No I '1
CA\Q.'T.) ey:: oye. tnoisture-jiroof ].Jacka c. paM. .'I..",t.u.I'.n., ..'." .r.. .I.'n. SoutltwewtQuarter : and t.ouanna, Cnlnry; .. dtfrndnn1$ I I, .. for C
a 0 .
f'.I".1 will offer for sale IN for* for f>(.
of Northeuet Quarter 1 le** 4 nrre In
.
pout h went corner JR acre In Hunt hern part h(..,.. dr at Clark** Florida tit. F>em

of N..h.....' Quarter, of H..h..t, tjtiiirti, > Ic'tral ... of pale on M.nd.1.. Ihn *".
North Hntf of KouOuaM. Quartpr of SmiihiaitQuarter dr of June, A. I>. 111 .. : I'
1 ft acre* In Nort hern it.nd l* iMerit 'Mtit blilili for tarS the ftillnwlnir nnOnKf.
art, of Nnrthvent Quat'ter of HouthrnMQuarli'i )biii.li., *ltunl. In Hr "iit for
) SV.H> Mnlf of NmillHHfH ()unrler" "r to-wit: ,
I \ 'tout hwst ihiarti, ,, : ull Ix-lnir in K,,'tlon, fii Thn Wiwt IfHlf of the finittl .*At for ejected I'lntrlct I "!

i Lot t* of Section, 7. North wont Quart ofRnlhwet and Ik. Wit .ni-f..urth of the t.n-t: of th I of- 'I.
I- .
tie1dARILENE l Quarter, Southeat Quarter, of th. tSniithfniit giini'ter. of Rrriton .. .

I l C Northwest "..',.. \\,e..t 1,1 Of NortheaMQunrter 1241. Townnhlit,. I IuIr ((4)) R,uith, tinny, ,MAMS.
,.. I nf rxuithweM .. of Heetiun H. I..n (ISi) .:..1. .b-ttitf In all one 1.I'd <

And .1.... North' Half of Hlork. 5 of the Inunf acres more or ,. ?. Nn. S t'

fran". I lleiphl, ter |ilat recorded, in I'lnt I> E. .,. foe ,
Hook A. pair* :1. public rwcordt*, Alucbua county Hrw-riat MHUli-r In (. No. I. ;
I'lornlnThe JOE ill!.!.
WII.UMf. my In* '
,/r I follfiwrv\ \ di-..prltM.A **..n.1 pwiHrtv'itltuale ftoltoitor f. C.n..laln.nt ......... to '

a and near *nd lately umd ",'HIl andn _- I w..1 a. the
CIGARETTES"J
.
< .connection with I the turpentine pltice .lie- NOTlrl OP FCTION .111. and
lont'ln to A A MrlUr and Willtiim (' Onvl ily the power "ted In Idem will
by t
at ; Ida. to-wit One 25..1. ttirpiMittno still iuilh. Intru,*tl<,n of (' : m".pnTI

and fixture. 1 Srbnnrld pump fit id hot lor 1 ,: Idn, hereby order an I..dl.r.1.lon to h* .
.I.. when1 kittle and fixture : I Hplrlt .h.e 1 J ln| mi school h,.".. Saturday/ ""'" for

I !:.III..n. : hntie 1 rootM-r. *hnp, mid ; I 1(130.( ,.,.. wither Special, Prhh.l I. flake
:
l ham !, ana ntaiue t OWPIIIIIK n,mne> ; N. O. Pin- Itlllk.ll I, -ti..,....*JMnnafrer .....I If elecUnl...
'
1 pommliwary IuilIung.', slurS and fixture% , .* of elertton-A.: ; :"II.:'Surrency: ;; ; : ...- f'

nitOUGIIT TO STARKE fight the world. But the rope wan' |fcOo, $I. Sold and l guaranteed by D. C. 1 15M.""" turpentine' ..". with vutter* II hUrktnare (Clrmon. 0. W. Ha**>n. CONNFR. I

f his horns and of mule. .. named Kate, Mary and Maud ;1 1f .
around by means Jones and MitchcU'a Store Adv (
Drug -
,
1 gray mare mul nnmed lirary; I lirown CliNlrman .
Bud Bardmcr Has Exciting Time pulling and tail twisting and rib jabbing mare mule named I-ury I 4-mule, ".air... andharntw FloridaAttnMt I'ull.. In.l.u.l"n. 1..r candidate.. Nn'
I.
Loading Cattle Car he was forced into the car and NOTICE TO DEI1TORS AND CREDITORS : 40 dip. lwrr l. .1 material. tool '
end .,.110,* oti. band at pliiPe to-wlt, K. R .I."ulr tu
*" on ,
his time All twrwitn, indebted toh.** *HUit* of Mr. 1'011F1.
tied, but spent profitably Julia A. Wttlnriitht.* Ut. of Prhdfnrd county, <>rtoiler IK. 11I1R) lnrludin plrlt barrel irbie.bnttlnR. 'I (' fUI.t. P..',. -.t."r" '
driving of the other cattle out < slaVer, ..., hoop-Iron dtp-burk ''Kt'
Saturday morning an exciting: Borne \I l-'lnrltla, <|i>c!< aiir..yh..I.. h..h. -'
aid d..hta l lorthwlth. and all ImvlttK .'.. hark, 'puller% and the like. ?. N.. I j
iccne took place near the depot which and preventing more from getting\ n |ler.on Pnlllinal
claim ."am..Id mitatv nhall ftlv th. name Tho followlnu ... |M>nuitial I."rtr'" candirtat,
ad it been advertised would have In the bunch outside was a heifer |duly. auUu-nticatrd. ...1.1010.. und.>r,'lirm>d Admlnl..r..or Militate at and tif>. and lately 1.ln. upedutHin No. ft. I j 4

rought the whole of Starke to viewt. and a young steer who hawed the ,, i within one year h..r..r.. or they and In connection with the I..n..n.. T candidate FOR STAIR VrNATOR. the voter
am a for
8w Senator
t '
..., Tune.
will tip forever ttarrvd.Tht place to A. A. McRne
It was a "moving"; picture show men out of the pen at a lively rate, ,' 4th day of J un.., 1020 Hum C belimirfriic".I..at Mrooklyn. in
ill right and had it been pnsented and they dared not return before J. *'. KICKUTER, to.wlt : On. UO-barrrl ttirmntlne.etlll comlnii m.r of A my, Z.fellow,\ rltl *

in the'screen the title would have they were armed with scantlings. A 'i-4-Ot-7-80 A dm infutrator. and fl.ture* 1 POOPP, .hn. and 1II. : for, .'. for '
.
1 vpTrlt and trlue with .1..I..t
.1.01. T ., randltUt for Rte .
n a
Senator (I
een as follows: strong\ cattleman grabbed the heifer ORDER FOR Pl'lll.ICATION tun-. 40 dip "...1. r.d mule' named Red : I11.nl! I..lot. *Mrh rmbrare* II ) tn
by the horns his fingers into her lOgbthudlcll 1 blnrk mule namid ( mry. : 1 dark "bay ,! democrat le
Presented l by O. Gardiner. ran In C".Iuu.t.; Hint of Ho ruin. will appreciate the upport" ? and ef 4
nostrils and twisted her btiout, Joe J Circuit. Urdford County. In Chan m.r m..I. ".m..1 1\ I pray mare tun.IftiIv'r Dcmocrntle countrywmn. at ii.. June ( rfl-
Scenario by O. C. Cotton. r.. : (InC If-home Wagon and harness t K. .
ry. I '*
Directed by John GnfTiB. Edwards grabbed\ her by the flank, ItEHECCA i MILLIARD .10..1.ft I a.mn..y.. iitork nnd fixture. ; I .*n.I.I": .

Will Booth twisted her tail and Gar. Complainant. h.r. lot ami Untile., 75.1101( tutientinecui rOK Il rRFIIF'T"TIVtGHOtP .
Stage Director Joe Edwards. > with ".. One I .,
v. 1 (.' .; R.h.. .t. pump he am a ..n. "' ( Nn. 4
Assistant Stage Director, Will diner jabbed her in the short ribs ,r II. IIiI.L.iAflii. nnd iMiller I ilwelhtiR houNv I .",I. andbridle ntipnvetitatlve, In the, low slat",.,, flroun the office

loath. with a stick and she was thus gotten' i frnilnnt. all *|ilrtt barrel, plu.'. I hNttinir, hi, 'adinir I rv...fully .nl llrit< i Its auii.nrt| ., tho i Nn 4. I''
Mnvefl. IxMip-lriin.. dip .k.ta. look. at th,. primary election.JOHN ,
into the The rest of the cattle It appearing by affidavit. iapi"n'I.'d l to the a..mlnA 11. nlTlcs I
car. axe*. hoes pullrr* and other turpentln' ,..1., J. 1 ,
Chief Actor, O. Gardiner. 'hill HIM In the above ......1 CHUH that c. IIIlilliurd. mnterialu, or aiippliee. on htnd, ut ald place of the
driven in.
all but
Photographed: (not) by Hooverros. one, were next { the defendant therein. named I I. on, '..-wl. 0.,1,,., 1Mb., HUM. Tl I Pa wi ".n."n". to fne .IU..n. : record 'I.

The only one left was the little i riwldi'nt, if the Slate nf Hnrida and con And . fnrh and. every the Ira.e.. with rnnrty I am a patiflldntr for ..(,. voter, nt
steer and. he was as untractable as c..1. hi mm'If *n that proce*. of *..tibKet nn nil rlirhtit and Int..... tin r.....1.*.. dntcrilwdand tlvt In Croup 1. I renpi'Ptfully sol rid I ..!
Approved by T. J. Griffin. not I I... served tiiwm him and I I. over Ute age a. dincriWd In saul l inal Decreennd tMtrf of lbs voter nt the ffemoerntlc ".In, .... fop
Passed by the Board of Census r Senator Lodge. Gardiner fried to of twenty-onn yi.... i it I. therefor u..h...-" In tht orlKlnal .1..r Complaint In *aldraunc. I br h,'M In June. ("IA". H, l'I'm: ., 4 f'rnm-*
h.t aid non-romdenl. "el..h.n.nd I.
him but could not. He was fagged .
the
rope nf
Enumerators for Starke District. hi-rehy Mulred| to appear to th. bill of com- E. (J. fiAXIMt, I am a candidate for .. .. ** .
out. Such hard work in the hot plntnt filt-d In ald ,> before Mon- f.rfiim No. I. and *.I.1 .1.
Owen ("Bud") Gardiner, of Gaines- cnux on or A* H|. the Mh of A. H .. ... port nf the votxra "
sun, bareheaded, as h<> was and not dny, day July. HUfO. COOK : at th. ( r.
ill<,,, had bought a bunch of stock IVIM' the nlhratinnn of tmld bill will lie tkrnUK Jarkixinville. F 10":1., tlo, If i'lU'ti'lI 1 prnmlne. to per". the ,

Battle to be pastured on Paynes' I'rai- altogether unhaldhcaded, had tired I rrinffwurd hy nalil dcfomlnnt. Hohchor for C'dmiilainantfi6t7J carefully and faithfully In an rtTort to *, '"? N.. S
.
him out. He wiped! his manly brow on It I. farther ordered. that thl order .be publlnhi'd I I t r '*pnt 1rnd'niy tttward Inrrranlnir *,lnt I nf ('onn'
ie. They were put in the stock pen t one n week for four eonecutlv* week I nt every *<>**>lon of the leirlnlntureT, "
am can
his shirt sleeve and thought deeply. NOTICE: OF FINAL a
the, I In thw Itrndford County I"U'IURGF "' '
it the depot Friday afternoon and Tvlcwraph. a m w I ',"* *nl pit
His trump card' had not yet been paler puhliHhed in aid county. and *t.te. Two month after ".1. h.r."r. I ..I prwnt I | I). MAY. .
at I
:lading began Saturday morning 1 hi. May gut 111' 0. my vourlier jind Anal account to .. Hon. I FOR iFPUrCEN1'ATivr-.lco'r ,
his' voice out
!:30. It should have been accomplihh- played. Presently rang W. T. WKF.KS: : (:"0. A. fiiirdinvr.;, County Judup, ..1 llrndfonlCouttty I I twn lp announce, mvnwlf a ". I ,.

clear as Pete Canova's bugle I : Clerk Circuit Court. .1..ld.. .,0 auk to lie dlnc-barnod anadminifitrtitor t.., Two for n.ml."tl" for the .. ,I ..n.lhl.l..
d in few minutes under ordinary .
a "Bring\ them pups!" Ry C. A. KNH.HP.; of tjhe .'*..t. of D. E. Hal) ,Ir.c.'aeed. 1..nl.lv., In he erlHliiture, r..lion ( I .t (.r f..
ircumstancfR but the cattle had come I Si-nil, .. i ,
I I lu-puty Clerk thf Bth. Tf
the lake and were wild A small boy outside, who had chargeof A. 't.. ADKINS.Solicitor 'I hi. the Seth day of Mny. 1020H. thf* P<'0"1. Fn.I. ....h..t .held, .'.. $ ( ., ... thv 11'

roin swamp two bulldogs poked them throughthe : for ComlI.ln.n6..61.72 R. HAM,. 20. I respect Fully .. tbe .upiorl ,, (IA INS'Y.
.11.1
hey had never enjoyed the civilizig ( -- -- - -- AdmlnlMratnr. of the ftwtate of I>. E:. 1111. '..morrnilo v : fence. One of the dogs IIpl'anlotI I eceaNrd. 6-21-Ut-7-H and .
influenced that come from eating: | VdTICK: OF &PFUAL MAHTtK'H HAM: fnltrful ennplrntlou aervIce.F.VKiII.T'l'. t T. Nn 1
;11 the fcteer and after having been : M | a mimI,_
ic contents! of Starke trash barrels I I Not ". I In hrrhy given thiit tindt'r and t>yauthority ..
.iitIn
rolled nn the ground and tossed in the and In tur.us'c. of th.t certain OP Ff.FCTION for
NOT.rt ISIs, '
id frll ml..ts: of Gaiety posters off! wilt annnne.t.th. .'tIens| nf will con
(final dccntt, nf foreclosure Hint le, mntlHTM I
*
in grabbing Kv the vested In thim by the ford ,
air a few' times, succeeded : rower Phol county that I *. a pandlilate for |nt,tvM tH nt
u le billboards. Besides they had had I tutored on the J"th day of My A. I' Law* of tbe Mate of I Ion.In. the n. nerittlve In croon 2. If I nm elifted I "
the steer by the nOM('. The other lU'\ n. In and t>y the ('I..ul'ou'" of Alnrhua "Ow"l.r. '
I'ublir I Instruction nf 11 mil ford County here* put forward ,
to for hours and I | oMlhle effort ( .'
othing' 'ut many Each horn ('''.lny. |10 th. .:,,-hth Judicial ('h'ClIlr, l. nrd election [ .r '
dog took hold of an oar. \ <'' an to bv .M In I<*wt 'yStieeinl tinnerecnary |.nfiture| ttt pnl He m.', >"' PIn. *
ere unwilling to do anything before the tail twixtcd Plrhhi. In C,5fleC17.( Inh.L certain ego... Snb Hrhon) IMMrlrt., on Huturflay". ..Tun10th tbe, continual, '.I.ln.of our .'.'<' tan candidate
cakfast. was seized by a man thvri'ln pending wherein the IVnlnnular' NuvalSton I 1U20 r., the, purpone of .1..11. threettuntet "'*, salsri.s In unnereeary crTlrrmJAMKH | ,. (''.itnv
dI the ribs jubhi-d a negro preacher ** umiianf: S C.rnoruolou.: I I. Com I ** to di.f ermine .r mil- i ( .., No
'14 The start was made with a blaclfrw with his umlr.III1.nnd ,11 In inn nt. and A. A. Meld,,.. .,il M. F. M<*- Ilifo to I..no a** .*MiedI 'I. .mo.nt the" cltt- .

',P. that had no caudal: appendage but swatted the steer It..e, hi. wife Ihe First Natinnnl. Hunk ..or the "punMHie of boiling I the said .lne- PO* COffNTV JI/IM.K prtnia' l'
. the bovine was hauled into the ( ..)ioae horns were adorned with fif- quicker! than C'urrnnza was kicked an TruHt... In liankruplry ..f the F.ntHt: .* of ., : f.I..I". G.dw'''. T J. T..r and A. ford county, and hereby. ) announce my (tl ,
I 4Cfl rings, and two duncon-like old! I car "\. A. Md(*.., bankruiit. Vlrtrlnia-Caroliaa. II. ttnry In th. rominir primary J"n. M. eatull"ate ,
the out of office. Cbemlcal Company a Corporation. <;\ W. 1..1. L. C. POWELL. Ilnvlriir lived In tbe comity .1 of my Instruction, , '
.ills. They went quietly into The End lI.rU..n Company a CortMiriitiun Jttiu.liHho Cmlrn| >an Honrtl Public lirtntrordcnunty. ervd It In a publlo war r. several 'I | I .. .
r, followed, by a few well trained i Cnmpftny m Corpomtlon rank .:. Florida.Vttrwt 1..I..I.n. f*>el thnt I nan efficiently. t.erff.rm the .h..r1, '_. ,
workc Wood (:iriny. a CC..tI..n. Ftehlwm lint of saId (,"10' I *.Url|| th* *ui,iM>rt best nf mv
.'ifers. They then began: to ARMOI'K: ) Ii. CO. "I'\V 111J'O: : I Company a ( nrnoratloti IJnton f. Allen a. K it rorrrt-u .I"mor..la vntvr* I elected prornlne | ...* ., **i* I'

levers to produce cuds but the Alt'LTEIIATUNChicairn : pxfcutnr. of the F:"ttate of M' A. (Maker decrMM'd Co Rupt. and &'c'y. '.21.Gt.S.11 f,1 ".. ...vl. U A ( : '

Then the fun I [ William K I'atterMin.' Ali'xandrr J. I .
igazincs
wore empty. -=-- i I I'ttttemon. nnd William J N.ton.| eoprtner f tirrihy annnunre myself n enndfdnl >IT N. ,j
gan. A lean steer who will some 30. The Armour [ iltiinhtMtinen* a* N. F. Turi.rntlne (up' NflTICK OF PfF.CIAL MAHIHt'fl SAl P office of County Jude of I.or".o ( Cnunrv | o:
: May .
me furnis'- beef as tough as Good Company HnticrKk Ilrather Company, a Curnorat'on ; Notice I I. hervby given thai, und..r Mn.l In P1rPle. and on aoount of < ).*r.c* Nn. j
tint h able I
Grain Co. yesterday paid. a $1,000 fine I I I. J. : I \m.k. an active cnmr.. f the I
ravine Company ( .. of r>
11 i a 4irfKiratitm '" nee a errthiO AnsI I deemc| of f oreftoHTirr will irnatly, . ..., ml
with long and sharp .', fnvom .
ar cord tires, any
I on a charge of adulterated grain for r M Durrance a Admlnlnlralnr ad and ..1. made and rendererl tin tbe can trlve I.aollnlt letfnnt f .
rns, hod fight and drove then I litem of the Ktwte of Willium C t la..*. d.! .. nth da. of M A. r>, H'20. In and by the .I lime >.Im.0. your mrinort 'Tf.
the >
IfrspeetVuIIy,
being .
shipment tb tine T J
bovine; ;.foreign .. .nrrf. LIds A. l.via. Jane 11.11. Mood and Circuit ('o"r. Ttradfnrd Connty, I'loi-dU. Iff f

,' out of the pen. The other u rp"ult of the -hipment of ::15 car of hi.r Iou.hand. J A Stood| |, 8u.an Ixivole*] .nd ;i I i hrtc.ry., In rtiat certain emu.. 1.1., rend. Foil rr.FIIK or TUB CIKCIMT (' Kit IiI
elected him their leader her husband J E.. Ixwvle. Hi.U> J, Ion and ,1 '
imediately oats in 1914 The grain\ wa< inspected n lie. whervfn ninillar Nn .I I . (f' m- I hrn'by announce, mynelf a .. I TXnlrlrl 'tr
d there lothing! to do but to;11 her huhand, K L Yon. Fliirnro A, HAWTIn |- .n.. a crrrpnTutlon, I I. cnmplalnant and C. K.farrw :. tbe office of Clerk of the ,
; !: "
l"t Baltimor; where it was found that and her hunhand C. K llawktn. 1.1111. . CI.aul .I
I| r soil Annl'<* |> Hunter hi* .lf.. A ftra'ttnrd' cnuntr ."" ..t | | """ for
>ake him harmless. Mr. Gardinerr barley hurl been, mix !M with the oat- H Williiim, and her huoband J. L. William. O Withe ami All. M WUh. hi. wife, .",..at the primary.. 11. .I.n of th.. .'
vn-
r> a lariat and after a few ineffec- Alphvu. M. Imvi. fZmeiit: I>*vl*. W. Clyd .I H' Pollard and Inn* f. ..11.., M* wife. nrctflt. the .nmln.. of thin 1m no"' MIl. . and If
|has I and ('harle Ifnrnanl l>Hvi. ... Iltfndunix .. .. W. ffcrtv and I, f{ fitly, line h..*. but I fiel n.., I am qu, .llftpl to ritjtrhartr ) .. ... *
al attempts succeeded in lassoing "n4. Myrtle May wnll.O., J ( !lnin. *...".d Oie publlit twfnre. tbe, .. .. .
'm. Ry this time Chief Kite came COCKROACHESKAMkY I. K fl Hnxtc-p. a. Special Ma...... a* .tich.f Tr. Curtis: Wllltam. Wnt.. .WII.m.. ,1 t| .1. tn judite, a* to my.ntnefor.I. IAFN. _
such II'......... in and lor10.. said Final .-line V flurrair* and Clifton I* 'Mrempr. .. "r. .d If they .I"M'* to eltfrt mo I '. NO. .
to be in readiness to call an ambu- Tticne 'IMln"'d. hall offer for *.1.) *t ,.""- Trutitee. and F:x.cutorH ...,I. r (" l . .. ' ''thfnl, and i.(Tlr*|.nt ...,vl Yir. tor f''n.f

Ice or an undertaker us the case '. ojtrry, and hall *..11| to the hlvhent and .T< hn O NtPholn. .......01. ... I). O Me'ollum I I. pwtfully, ..,.".*.. .G W / rountv I ."
bei. l bidder for ....h. In front of the doer of a* Guardian ad litm for the fir.fend- "
'trht be. The steer was pulled up the eourthou of lachua County Ii.rids.I I aOl Myrtle May William. H. C. William. In ,ualiny ,hi.. rnannninuwm'ti For 1'.ol t _

the fence and snubbed to a post b, 1 I.. Ihe city of faineviie) on M..n..... th. J. Curt.. William and Watson William i .">f. th" rlN,1 Court of 1.I"c : : .ha"lnr. ,
fth, of July I>. .., ( .*lt th. I : : : I
time the r duy A. U20, I.w..nh.* ,defendantji ..r..I" "|> f : : that If
tout this cain j I.
By .
negro. "Uh. of II 00 oclcKik 1 in the forenoon and .IJer I. th. action of the tt' .. t t dUcnnnr. :
I I. \ 7. Miucial Mnnter. .hl) ,
but the bulls who I\dkn mare r 'lion ,
the carall o'clock In the afternoon th fullowlntrd offer for ale .. n..trr. and ***M to She It ( ft nbltftyf I I
*
-e ladylike-got out to ee < riheil profierty Io'witThe .. bet bidder .. .. before the moor eon*
'| very follovilnir. d..crib -d l ,nd" I. Township htffh *t and .10. SrPFKIVTFVf OF P".lr June ..
at While they wen dcnr of (eojrthotiiie; of fh.o..01 C nnfyF TION ,
wan going
\ on. South IUnK V'2 E.F..t ffalf of .
'en bark the lariat broke and the KIU.KO TODAY BV USIMQ :S'uIhegst" ', Quarter of ftoiilhWMit Quarter, .:ant tor>da. In the town of fl.rk. on Mnixtny Tn the O.m'.I. Voter* of Bradford 6NFH I'.
the day of June, A. brtween lbs I .
\ |* method of
rUif of Northoaiit..._. of tfautheaMt Quarr. "t f. Iln. announelnir .* fop :
'r chasing thul'mcn r I hfrur f 11 1 un. and p m. the following rnn, tltJt| for .10. .
was loose again\ STEARNS' PASTE r of Aection 2 1..10.\' .... of H.uihweMt 2'n rnlretlon tn the office nf f I.o*
described property. to-wlt Iii fendent nt I'uhlli" Tnntrtmtlon f l ,
l It'n.Ir! Gardi- Quarter of of am
of the
out ) u.. tcM t>*trm H "i m I I- N..rih..t t.u.h.\ ..of. ,". Ibsu- That lot or arctl of land irlocin t It>,". .5'int' ,. Miibjeri to th. mle* of th: '* >= t .I will| ,

then made another lariat from WATER BUGS RATS AND MICE <,,...r ..eeptinir 2 ..n. mor or te**. Iy- "'mth eorner .r I... port ton of the North. rknary on June Nth If elected I of din. r

'ane's beat Manila, but it required ..... e_ ".. a_ a. ...... let South of a I.k. and Rt of where th* t oral Quarter of N.rih..t Quarter of SMJH 'eit-A nme, In nouHeou the paM...0 painvtaklnirrvle' JOlN! I
hint') water ero... the viHinnlin I of Northw 1"mW, In T..n.hl.( 7 .,h it.". afn-' I r. .
who
"ng time to the steer FROM. TOUH DKAUCR -
rope OIIDBIt >-t Quarter of Southwent Quarter *nd Houth' I Iwtti Ilrollo.o Count,. Florida, ly'nWent of th F rah I nnnfMe .

ed the ground as mad a. "Squin- t Quarter, nf H ,othw.t Quarter and 2 n.r** 'I C I' n. .. 01. and .. fully. de I f hnt* iSis I .m.thoe of. announelnp, ... for the to I"" l Ion of th.11 I

Uullan." When it was done. the "How We Cleared Our Summri llonn m. r, or I..... cfimmenrlnir a HW or. of floutS u I mr e. ronimenrlna at d' ;, the "f'ttr>ly Suprlntenflnt, of of lm.,,. I ; ,
wet Quarter of Nnr'hwot (luart.S. runthence \: Hnnf .iiil| railrrMi! .11ilrt"t In- (',,.iMy Kuhjeet t'I.h.l. thn .."1.* ,
*" } the fpnrtand of flats. by Mr*. Perry rule .fh.* ?
.1I'led': up to North lift f"h..n... Last to water etf th Wboundary BP ''-Irrary i>t Jun th. If .. If .I..r
"end secured and Mr. Gained "When we opened our seaside home of |I.h.> .. thence water of ..M | thenee Northerly' alonir paid right of ..'I S f "mt.' .0 1thfttI dlncharire..mln.I.of *the nf | I my d"t. ..

off: hr, horns. This wa !I.' lit May it was alive with rat*. They lak ,, I line divldmir Horthwevt Quarter of I way S77 feet. thence Westerly and pamllel trantrie* My *.erlenp In th .. ;!:
pro' "- **' 'ithMivi Quarter and 8outhwt Quarter of iN i, to t. Kvction line on North boundttry line ofi "" for year .. enable. : A NfH"'
ulated' to thoroughly subdue the had gnawed: the upholxtering We <:rthwftt, Quarter, thene* Wet to point of' i I --. quarter. 272 feet then. utht-rly slung .rii y..nr twenty Interenia. .11 H H 0. t J
certain parcel of land (ly- . Wf.t boundary line of aid iiuarter *>S Nm *.
ial, but" alas, it was not to bP. rieaned them out in a week with RAT '"I.nl"i. ....1h.t w. of the ( ft' F Railway, f.le U the point of becmnlnir. contlnlnr t7 FOR TAX rotlFCTOR f of 'l>,tnt..... "

Wna were hollow so the amputadidn't SNAP. I prefer! this rat killer because .am "In.10.* .u\ht corner of HouthJ 1*J' acre* and btrtrtir the name land d..a.rtbrni In f hereby ennown myeir a oMM. .. for the
form of Northeast Quarter *. warranty deed> from K H Drew I H. office of Ta. Colleetor t f Bradford 1..ml.. to
hurt and when he was re it comes in cake no mixing.Saves w. .r t th > \ I ''tit !
< I l" KMt Half of QtutruBoutbea .Inner dated February 2. 1901fitocfc ..Io to the "tefnoeratlc prlmarv to r I . .
t..t
'd he like Kaiser Bill, wanted .o dirtying hands and plates. 25c. *! Quarter of No..t (..., ia three tSJ In Wright A ficaadrett'a J , 120 I prom I.I alerted t* . I '':'-.'"'W4- j..t. .












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FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1920.
BRADFORD COUMft ffeLtCRAPH.!: STARKE. FLORIDA
AGE FOURS -
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[ -- 1 11m itors to Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. .
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Bradford County Telegraph SAYS ITKEPT Martha Jane Gilbert nee Miss 'I "

Mittie Dukes paused into the Great Let's se ttI.
1m Beyond Wednesday May 25thth. Mrs
Published Weekly, and retired ss sea HIM ON Gilbert was the daughter of Mrs. Barbara /

(n4 clai matter at the g'Mt-office st Dukes and was born and rearedin
i Star"e. Florida. PAY ROLLG. Bradford county. August. 1900 she this right now !I .

was married to J. J{, Gilbert who ,
=- -- - -
E. 8. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner."provisions with two daughters survive her.
, I ,: C. JAMES WAS' REMARKABLY The remains were laid to rent in No man ever smoked a '.

, I f will line greatly in cost BUILT IT AFTER TAKING the family plot at Elzy's Chapel cem- better cigarette than Camel!
, eterj- Thursday the services being
next fall. We can begin right now to TANLAC
I f make the coming scarcity less by conducted by Elder J, R. Dukes. j
, wasting less. ."Nothing kept me on the payroll of Mrs. Gilbert was a loving wife a i You'll find Camels unequalled by

t, the Illinois Meter Co., but Tanlac forI devoted mother a tireless faithfulcomfort..r i 1111 I + any cigarette in the world at any I II
A soap manufacturer in Cincinnati i had already made arrangements; to in time of need. She num. '
has contributed 00,000 to General' give up my position when I began bered her friend by her acquaintances I price because Camels combine

, 1M .. Wood's presidential campaign. If taking it," raid G. C James who livesat for to know her was to lave her, 1 II every feature that can make a
Wood is elected president soap is not 1419 Franklin Ave., Springfield Having been born Feb. 24, 1872 she
apt to be put on the free list. 111. had just passed her 48th birthdaywhen cigarette supreme I
1 "I had suffered from rheumatism the summer came. Beside her
t' j Recently a consignment of over a I and stomach trouble for fifteen yearn" husband and daughters she leaves an = Camels expert blend of choice
million dollars, sent from Atlanta to he continued "and got in such. bad aged mother several sisters and a
Turkish and choice Domestic
Jacksonville was missent in the mails shale I could hardly fret about. The brothers" a host of relatives an
i IJ and went on to Cuba. Somehow those rheumatism was especially bad in my friends to mourn :her loss. I tobaccos puts Camels in a class by

f: letters Kent bt half a hundred Individuals legs and sometimes my left leg would t themselves. Their smoothness I It
corporations and societies for swell to twice its normal aire. rMy The first 25; Indies making purchases i
I .publication, always reach their destinations kidneys were also In such a .condition in our store Saturday, '= / will appeal to you, and permit +
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II'I'' -the editor waste banket I could seldom get a good night's rent June 5th, between 12 and 4, weHill : y-
end so far all rating was concerned- serve their choke of drinks you.to smoke liberally without tiring -

r i'r I The senate committee has declined I Il well before I began taking Tanluc I nt our fountain complimentary. : w- your taste !1L

President: Wilson's request that the had not enjoyed a meal in years. I Turner's", DruR Store. i iI
United States the mandate ov. Buffered from indirection and 1 I
: t assume no Camels leave no unpleasant ciga-
4 er Armenia. Perhaps the committee had such dizzy spells I would have to METHODISTSunday '""
1 think. we will sooner or later have to lie do'}'n. I became f>o weak I often retty aftertaste nor unpleasant
, assume mandate over Mexico and that gave but completely while at work school 9:45 a. m. cigaretty odor 1 1You'll
" ; l it is ]less trouble to fight nearbygreasers and they would have to take me homein Preaching and communion 11 a. m. .t

'II than faraway bolsheviks and a car, BO it ii a wonder I held up Epworth League, 7:15: p. m., sharp.Prayer I '
prefer Camels blend to either
t I' Turks. at all: meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m.1 I
"One day one of the men I work J. C. DIGGS, Pastor kind of tobacco smoked straight _
r
i In every paper we read of stills being with suggested that 1 try Tanlac and U .
I' .
ORT KRFOR PUBLICATIONIn QJyE$11/- C mM ?* mold ewryohnna in "ent.Aarly ewI.d
i r I captured and moonshiners apprehended as long as I live I will praise the day Circuit. Court, State <>f Florida. E'vhth' TUREl BLEND p.ci.g a of 20 ".g._,..; or ton pa""",*. 2OO l
I .1. f in spite of the secrecy theyuse. 1 bougl-t it, for I haven't a trace of .Judicial Circuit Bradford County. In Chan- I V w ",/..."..} in m /II...in.-,..,.....r-eovi.. .rii>rf carton Wmtrfronjfy ,
C' r9comtnnd thim .on for the home or
))1 ,1 I j In Manatee county the other rheumatism now and I eat everythingset L..ry R NETTLES.Complainant.> I I vffic*.uppty or rhea you trv.L
I'' day a 200 gallon still and its ol'yra- before me without any bad after. \
i '" F I R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
j. tors together with an automobile used effects. The dizzy spells are thingsof MARY NETTLES> I /
for transportation, were all taken the pant and my kidneys never nf..d.nt. I Winston-Salem, N. C.
S by officers of the law. Men doing busIness bother me any more; every night I It appearing by affidavit appended tA the.
I bill nlnd In the shove mated cause that MaryNtfttlea I.
on such a large scale ought to sleep like a log and I weigh Just thir th. defendant there in named. ia a 'I.I
protect their factories with wire entanglements ty-eight pounds more than if I did relfli>nl nf the state of florid, and nona..IR ,
,... ,I
.1f that of subpoena be
h ao proceaa cannot
1 and burglar alarms. when I began taking Tanlac. I feel .... d upon her and la over the age of twenty r
Moonshiners are primitive, unpr _grPR. twenty years younger: and am in perfect rive folks. health and there is nothing in non-realdent defendant lie. and I. hereby vs.
quired to appear. to the bill of complaint filed
! : the world I would take for thegood, In Bald ...... on or before Mond.. the lath
: I'' HIGHLAND Tanlac has done me." day of July A. D. 1920. otherwlae the alle-
iratlone of aa''d bill will be taken aa .onf...- 0
I } Tanlac is sold in Starke by F, L. ed by said defendant.
Highland June 4.-Miss Rena Marr Turner; in Raiford by Weaver ,Drug It I. further ordered that this order be nub.Itshed -
in visiting her sister, Mrs. D. L. Rig. Co.; in Lake Butler by Tomlinson- In the once Bradford a wok County for four T.,consecutive egr.ph. a wetka newaItuiier .

" by t. at_ Starke.J. _. _ Maines Drug:' Co., and in Worthington puhlifthed In ald county and state.ThU .
Q. Ward of Jacksonville was a Adv. June Vrd Itillt.
j by R. T. ,Taylor.- W. T. WEEKS.
I
i' business visitor here Thursday. Clerk Circuit Court.
'. MeKorR. Wc-nlcy Wilkinson E. L. Miss Dclle tiukV has'Yeturned from By C. A. KNIGHT.
.
("Seal) Deputy Clerk.A.
! Griffin ion Prescott. and II. C. Wim- her visit to Plant City. I. ADKIN8.
belly, Jr., attended the Black Creek Math Dukes and sinter, Miss Hattie ,Solicitor for Complainant .....I-a.?
I t union meeting; at West Jacksonville were shopping In Lake'Butler Saturday -
last week. rMessrs. ,
;
Mrs. W. J. Ilardfc and children returned John Parrlhj Ardell Draw- E. W. Hayes To The VotersI I T :
to their home at Micanopy Sat- dy and Marcus Dekle attended a partyat -
; urday after a visit here with relative. the home of Richard Reaves Friday
wish to make explanation relative to this law togo
some new
d/ Dr. W. II. Hudson spent the weekend evening
. ,J ''J with hm parents Mr. and Mrs Mrs. D. I. Blume and Miss. Josephine into effect January 1st, of which I mentioned in last week's :r .. .--... -'WI. ',.Jmr ""'"t.'' ....
To do I will the 1919 tax roll for "" '
II. It. Hudson.i Blume were guests of MVs. B. paper. s>o use : comparison: r- r'- Y
Quite a number from here attendedthe The assessment for same is as follows: .... :. Y' K1b
F Gainey Sunday. .
i State ------$12,974.56; County Taxes _$72,338.93 t :... ,, ;...,.
1
New
; River union meeting at Law. Mrs. Khett Prawdy, who has been --
try Sunday among them being Mi... quite ill\ for some time is now convalescent. Special or Sub-School Taxes, $43,741.61 4J.. l'. :r' 7. ;i. .
'..T i f'l Jennie Prescott Maggie Crown, Special or Hard Road Taxes $42.974.56. Total $202,029.69.Now .. t.: : .t. .:..0kJt -.. .
: 1 f KuRie Wilkinson Ella Marr Carrie Mrs. Eben Rodgers and Mrs. D. I. according to the old scale of commissions, the collector ...-
'
) Starling Mrs. Nancy Terry McRsra.Linh Illume were guests. of Mrs. bekle on would get $3,920.45, besides his commissions on licenses issued . ,...-- -- :. .
i ir Prescott Andrew Cr..w8. OadsonGriflln Monday.Mr. which would easily bring this amount up to right about $4,000. ..! .. '
", ? ,..' Goo Long, John Marr Ever- Lamb of Worthington spenta Now according to the new law, of this 1000. the collector Jcr.lr'f't: : : ;..:.:- ... _
' 7 .. s itt Ilenmtt.i day here fishing taut week.T would only get $2,880. The balance $1,120 would be turned & : &
i C. M. Click of Jacksonville, was a H. Rimes, of Miller, was a business back to the county, which amount would be saved to the taxpayers. -
.. !" business visitor here Saturday. visitor here Monday. Hut in the event there was no hard road tax levied, then the r
r, s. M rR. T. E. Eniri-brptucji left Mon. "General Green" with his army has sating would only be about half of the above, or $560. I

.;. day for her home at Stuart, after a invaded our ....cUon. but our farmers These figures of course are the saving of one year's work. In i
,( visit with relative here. are making a stubborn resistance and four 'ears, or one collector's term, the amount saved would na-
'I . : G. II. Barker, of Meredith spent slowly gaming ascendancy turally be four times this much. It should be remembered, how-
Sunday here with,11. C. Wimberly and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. I'arrish were e\er, that the amount saved and the amount the collector re-

family. guests of their daughter, Mrs. Renfroe ceivesary according to the amount of taxes levied. For in-
.! Misses' Beth Wimhrrly, Ethel Rirkn last week. stance, for last season's' work under the old law the collector
andf\ ('1111 ra. Gilbert Barker, W. 11.I The heavy rains! of the past two should have received about $2,500 but the new law would have
I ,1[,' Hudson and II. C. Wimberly Jr., vi weeks have done considerable damage :lien him only $2,250.: The amount saved then would have only FOR PERFECT BAIT CASTING-
,: itfd friend and relative at been $280.00.This .
Lawtey to the crops here t
j ; .' Sunday. Nelson Drklo and Romey Johns vis. same law provides and specifics that where an officer THESE' ARE THE REELS

1 li] Mrll. I 11. C. Wimberly and Miss Win. ited in Five Mile Sunday. has to have an assistant that the county commissioners shall fix
t '. ifrd Wimberly pent the week-end Oren Dekle spent Saturday and the compensation of such assistant.! To> CAST perfectly- without a back-lash snarl or tangle-is i
;. :here with lelatives. Sunday with ,Dana-Duke. Ana in this case the excess commi-sions. that should be rayed r half of the real thrill and sport of game-fishing. To make

' ; ) .-- Richard l PIIVJII. Oscar Rimes, Mr. would only go to help pay this helper, and nothing would be every cast perfect cast- is the added pleasure and joy which
/ ;. FIVE MILE and Mrs. Hewitt B. L. Duke werei saved' I for the county. comes to anglers using the South Rend Anti.Back.Lash Reel or
;l i '. ______ Now friends I have shown you bv my work in the office the new South Bend Level. Win 1 Five Mile, June 4.-Marcus: I*. PcM last season that I can do this work and I want to be our next tnx It i. imps' .tote to make other
le who has been spending his vacation collector. I want you to find me at the office with all doors wide Beth have the famous South Lend tbao Antt a perfect-Back Lash cut with cither which of these in reels

j't'' "' here with his parents, returned open the next time you come to pay your taxes. I want to save' thumb*" your feel lor you. This device automatically feature Mops the reel reality spool
,I ': to hill work at llartow Sunday. you this excess commission. I want to eliminate the po.sihilitv; the instant your bait "Iano\." at the end of the cast

:, ;:. J. C. Ciainry: and' son, Jesse were Reasons of the county having to provide a helper. I also especially want ,I The new Sou(., Bert iU'mcftn A.t.3a.k.Lah
,1 up from lasting for a brief visit to re-establish the fact that this is a ONE MAN'S JOH. Now. the South Send Anti-li".k-Lash feature, with< the Level Reel is a combination of

with relative, returning Sunday. I I cannot do any of this without your help, but with your help I device of the celebrated a.efreare. Upon reeling in, jour Winding line or winds spooling per.
I t Mr. II. L. Sprinkle and on, Henry, Why you. should use can. I feclly ev o and level, Come in and inspect' both these reels.Dealer's .
i Mr. and Mrll. T. J. Townsend and Cardul.'for the woman's "''!?*1 you }help me to do this for you by giving me your vote
i.i children \Margaret: Tom and OllieMae tonic have been your shown troubles In, next Tuesday? For which I shall most sincerely thank )'ou. I

were guests of Mr. and 1\11'1I. I'. thousands of letters from E. W. HAYES.
I>. lukle Sunday, actual users ol this medicine (Political Advertisement)
b who speak from y Name
k personal experience. If
H ASPIRINName the results obtained by I
other women for so many --
I q years have been so uni
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tQuigley
formly Rood why not
"Bayer" on Genuine give UuiatruuT! VOTE FOR Hm/f/

TakeCARDUI I Lumber &

J. H. TENCHOf Supply CompanyMerely


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: FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. period of thirty days, beginning 'f You Do More Work I 't
Saturday, June 5th we will
serve You

The Woman's Tonic A who has worked in close association with the war pure taste tray .Turner a glass IJrug, enjoyment blood are I.' in more good out ambitious of condition.everything and you Impurities when get more your in

Mrs. Mary J. Iryin el present Commissioners during the trying time of Federal I Store. the blood have a very depressing effect on
Cullen, Va., write controlA 'I I the system, causing weakness lazlne
'Bayer Tablet of Aspirin" is (fen- "About 11 years ago 1 dnrvr. Tasteless! cMU Ttts cnwms nervousness and sickness

vine Aspirin proved safe by millions suffered untold misery man who hat two plank in his platform: vftathjr iau energy br parirytnt and I GROVE'S. TASTELESS Chill TONICrestoe.
and prescribed by physicians for ov..rtwenty with female trouble,bear- rfchlngth', blood.. YoucaDMoofMlstaftiwaai Energy and Vitality by PurIfying
> year Accept only an unbroken ing-down pains headache 1. The lowest rates that can be secured consistent totna. nvlikiratias: 1fr.: .-.. Prk... .1 its and Enriching the Blood. When you feel
"Huyer package". which containsproper with good service. strengthening. Invigorating effect, see!!
numbness ; . I now it brings color to the cheeks and how

Toothache directions Earache to, relieve Neuralgia Headache I heu.a would go: lor three weeks 2. The beet service possible for the shippers of Florida.A It Imappretiat provKs* Its the appetite, you wiU then
almost bent double . true tonic value.
a boxes matism.of Colds 12 tablets and Pain cost; few handy cents.tin My husband went to Dr. man who is experienced in the regulation of com. i DROVE'S TASTELESS ChUI TONIC

Druggist also sell larger "Buyer lor 'Cardul . mon camera, and who could take hold at once without IRON i? not and a patent QUININE medicine suspended it b in Syrup simply

{ packageH." Aspirin Is trade mark I After taking about two having to learn. DAVISAgrncy So pleasant even children like It. The
Bayer Manufacture Monoaceticacide 'i bottles I began going \ blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRON
; ter of Salil''Iil'add.-Adv. I, around and when I took Mr. "TV-nth was born in South Carolina his mother to Enrich ir. These reliable tonic propenlell -
I three bottles I could do being Eat 1886 never faU to drive out impurities in
'--1 1I native of that State. His father is a native the blood.

!', Nu Woo ms ii a Healthy Child--I all my work" E-80 Georgian, and was a Major in the Confederate army The Stmngth. atinSpw'lrof GROVE'S

... All children tnmliM with worms h.v*..n un.b I INSURANCESTARKE TASTELESS the ChiU TONIC has made it
<, . VOTE FOR favorite tonic in thousands of h'nt'
l 1J *.IU>y color wlikb iudlcmos poor blood and <
,'1/ ruI.*her* Is mote or less nioniwh dltturbnr. ,e I More than thirty-five years u.< n Ik'
GROVE TASTELESS 11110MC given r.."'>il 1.0'11 J. H. TENCH"The would' ride:' a long distance to Ret OF: Vlo'TASTELEsS
for two or three weeks will enrich tbe'bl....... Improve IDC Quinine That Doc Not Affect The i%. d Chill TONIC ", I.
the dliicMiuo.and net 51 a General Mreniit.c&tnSTvufco :. I rWauac of Its tonic and liiiirlve L.\XA. I member of their ,'
to lh"whole syt'rin. Nature will tti. i ittwowufTor JIVE; BROMO OUIMNE; tabs An .w iuteu Man With Experience., needed family had Mala; \
dl."Uhtlwo.mo..nd the Child wi i..' 1.'I'I Uy anvnue. without causing Bervtiu.u**or r,uitloil a body-bu'lding.' atrengtb-glvir.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1920. BRADFORD'COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE, FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE
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were shipped< from Stark June 1st.
In former yean the shipments wereall -

over by this time, but the backward .

Bits of LocalInformation season has retarded the growth Richard Will of
of the plants, and berries will yet be Carry 9
sent from here for two or three week


The first; 25;) ladies ma.ingpur.! : -
chases in our l store! Saturday, the 12 Voting PrecinctsThis

CMM *A / >... r_....'1I8IM.. fast June :5th;t between 12 and J. weMill
r e r......, M ... c._.. ..I T.r.aa sere their choice of drinksat
Jl I
our fountain complimentary.
+ __ a I Turner's Drug Store. Result is Indicated by Reports From Every Section of the County a
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Bryan has free delivery every Sat. vacation. :Marshal G. C. Sapp, of Raiford, was Starke will Give Him 3 to 1.Mr. 1. 1

urday.G. In Starke Monday. He is rapidly
Shoes at special prices for i covering from the wound inflicted : Richard and hi. frit'ndiha"e not marie e\lra\agant claims about his strengthin

W. and E., M. Hazen, of Brooker, Men, Women and Children at Andy Green' May 21t. The n-I this or that community for the purpose of try ing to influence persons<< to vote for him.
were in town. Monday. Stump's. j brothers have not at this writing\ The office he is running for belongs to nil of the people, and not to a few men. and we

corded in getting; bondsmen' and are I hate preferred to wait until the expression of the people was! sufficiently clear to indicate
J. F. Colley made a trip to WillUton J. C. Lunin'g, state treasurer, was till confined in jail. They will waive their choice. During the past ten days public sentiment has been<< shaping rapids'
Sunday visiting relatives. in Starke Tuesday in behalf of his examination before' the county Judge.No and nil the Q
according to reports << trend has been strongly I in fator of Mr. Itichard.

candidacy. He is well received everywhere to have roaches, ants and These teports indicate that he will carry 9 out of the 12 toting precincts<< of thecounty
Every day is bargain day at and will probably succeed use
Stump's. himself. flies if you don't want them. Bryan and that he will han a majority ranging between<< 200 and :-WO. ;$
will sell you the goods to kill 'em. The reports also show that he<< will carry the tllr"e precinct by a tote of 3 to I 1.

P. L. Gaskins, Esq., of Jacksonville, Men's Suits going at special<< This precinct is "specially mentioned<< << fur the reason that it is Mr. Itichaid's home precinct r

was in Starke over Sunday, visiting. prices at :Stump: s. Mrs F. A. Scott had as visitors and because an
relatives. returned j Friday, Mrs. Wm. Hammerer, of Philadelphia cither parts of the county that the citizens nf his home town and precinct are not sup '.
Miss Emma Powell has I and her nieces, Misses May, porting him. The<< rumor has been<< sent forth t that a majority of the business men of i
June corn and White Spanish Pea home from Newton, N. C., where she Evelyn and Marion Jones, of Hamp Starke are against! him. The absolute" incorrectness, nut Seed at White's. 5- 8.2t. has been teaching during the past ton. The party took supper with Mrs. 'Vwar \ ,
I tery<< ("url'fulanl'' thorough counting of the business! men and their emplotees. It is well
term. Scott attended the picture show andreturned known that this close" to an election pretty much everybody haft-expressed! : a choice on
Nathan Moore and family, of South to Hampton on the night:
Carolina, are in Starke visiting rela Palm Bach Suits for onlya train. one side or the other of all spirited contests. SIH-M is the ca'se in this instance" and out
tives. few left men. lit I tif 107 (if the business! and professional" men uf Stiiike.' who hate exptes"ed u decided<< '" I
more going at $14,
Sternberg's. On Monday, June 7th every choice, 81 are for Kichard and :2fi for his opponent. There are a few who hate not expressed i

On :Monday\ June 7th. every I child buying n drink at our fountain a choice and will probably not do so. It seems reasonable<< to suppose" that their ,;. .
child buying a drink at our foun- Bryan pays cash for eggs and chickens we will sell three packagesof votes will he cast in about the same proportion as t those who hate openly expressed a J.

tain we will "sell three packagesof Charms for I Ol'. 1'urner'Drug .". ( hole. '

Charms for lOc. Turner's Store. The tote in the out I) ing part of t the Starke t pit'chut' Is In-lifted to he even more .';

Drug Store. Horace Wilson returned! home Saturday strongly/ for Kichard than the town tote. The people in the country are not affected by

after finishing a successfulterm ] Rev and Mrs..7. C Diggs and the little factionalisms of the<< town and they are going to tote for him because<< they \ !
Owen Gardiner and son, Edwin, of at the University of Florida daughtersSlisses' Helen and Louisa know he is fill the office I '
entirely competent to itn i LtcuUse ti.t-v hR."" him to IK an up- t +
Gainesville, spent Saturday here with Gainesville returned Tuesday from Macon, Ga., and citi/en. whether in t
relatives and friends. light man a good They are paying no attention somebody
Work where they attended commencement town likes him or don't like him. In other words they are not going to help, anyone to 1
'Jloy's Shirts, 75c, at exercises. Miss Naomi Hires) \ \ of \ .
nurse little frivolous rudThl'<< toting the merits of the man to fill
Overalls, .$2.35, at Stump's.J. Stump's. Tampa, accompanied her parents to office.some /\ are on .
Wesleyan Female College, where they the<< :
J. Blackweluer, candidate for Henry Edwards, of Bartow, son of witnessed the graduation with.honors, We have made this careful review<< of the situation and are gitlng it out in order \\

representative, group 1, was electioneering Rev. F. C. Edwards, former pastor of of Miss Ruth Diggs. that Mr. Richard's friends and supporters throughout the<< county may know that their
in town Tuesday. the Starke Baptist church, has been fight for him ban placed him way in the lead. \:.

visiting John Powell. Have you ever<< worn "Ual!>ton" The thing now is to hold firm and the victory! will be won b.., u handsome majority. \

M. B. Wilder, a sawmill man of or "W. t.. Douglas" I shoes They "'. especially warn his friends against! eleventh hour reports and rumorM. "'' d .........:
Watertown, had business in Starke
Millinery has been greatly' reduced are both good, and you don't trades. It has been talked! around that big tilings/:: would be done in the last" week of the FM ,

1 Friday. << in price at 8ternber s. have to0( to Jacksonville for (campaign and great<< stress<< has been laid on what a few mt'l1l'l'<<.' /going\ to do right at ,

Boy's Palm Beach Pants at 'Captain R. C. Heiberger, of Brook- them.Sternberg's.The You. can find them at the last. If this kind of campaigning is resorted to it will because! the people who i!I"

Stern berg's. lyn, made a pleasant] call at our office do it want to take an unfair advantage by making charges and spreading rumors'' at a .

Saturday. He reports great progress graduating class of the Bradford time when it Is too late for Mr. Richard to hate a chance to answer, them and defend \
James Kickliter is home from Stetson made by the Lawrence company in his High School have sent out handsome himself. We submit that such campaign methods ought to be frowned down by the voters

University" to spend the summer neighborhood.After v invitations to commencement.Those and we hate e\ery confidence<< that they will be. The people are<< tired of a few

k vacation. jj, composing the class of 1020! men trying to name their officers<< for them. ,

a week's work at remodelingand are: Charles] Carr Colley, president; Mr. Richard has conducted a fair and "square and open campaign. He has. injectedno "
Bryan before is selling Fruit Jars cheap rearranging, F. L. Turner'a Drug Thomas Telfair Long, Hollis Vaughn\ personalities<< into the situation lie Is not Joll'ndlnout/ runners to annoy the people !
See
him buying. Store looks as neat as a new pin.and A Knight, Katherine Lucile Tatum and and .spread<< eleventh hour criticisms of his opponent lie has not interfered with the
soda fountain has been installed l i.
Hoover Bros have had a new fence the most approved cold drinks and ices Doris tomorrow.Scott.: Class Class motto flowers: "Today Red decides ) campaign of any other candidate or attempted to make! trades and deaN to the injuryof i.

built, around the yard of their art will be sold. and white carnations. Class colors: : any other candidate. In .short he has carried on a clean campaign because" he does'

studio building. Scarlet and white not know how to carry on any other kind. On this! basis he asks his supporters' to stand
Don't wait till your chickens have it firm against" any anti all eleventh hour rumors and reports and to give him Ihebrole 1

Work Pants, $2.00 a pair, at -start now. Scott's Sorehead Rem- The first 25 ladies' making purchases and active influence at the, polls next Tuesday. 4 :

Stump's.Mr. edy is guaranteed. in our .store Saturday .(Political, Advertisement.)

June 51 h, between<< 12 and 4, we
and Mrs. George Marks, of Miss Hilda Lewis is upending a J
will serve; their choice of drinksat !
New Smyrna are guests at the home while in Jacksonville. While there k
our fountain ('omplimentary.Turner.s .
of Mr. and 1\,rs. A. M. Darby. she will visit at the homes of Dr. and .- I'
Drug Store.
Mrs. Ralph N. Greene and Miss! Eunice .

On. Monday* June 7th every Robinson. Chickens are worth 40c a pound. tax extra. Turner's. Drug 1
child buying a drink at our fountain GO per cent die with sorehead. Scott's Store. j WANTED .
we will sell three packages The most beautiful line of flowered Sure Cure Remedy will save them. -- -.- -
of Charms for lOc. Turner's Georgette 'repe, only $3.75a : Guaranteed. Scott Drug Co. LITTER: < PROM MIL REYNOLDS: | :
' 't) Alary Miles Minfertoantia\ young man who can sit quietly! through
Drug :Store.: yard at Stump's.J. .

Tuesday the following\ ladies pl'ntthe To the Voters of Bradford County: : j the screen pretenlationvf "JUDY OF KOGUES' HARBOR" i
Sealpax Union Suits for Men H. Williams will ship this weeka kitchen On account of sickness in fam- '
the my
day at community !
$2.00. at Stump's.R. carload of 180() barrels of prime Ir- and canned vegetables: Miss Herlong:, tly I have !been> unable to tnake a at the, Gaiety Theatre, tonight l, Friday, June -///, without fallingin "

t I ish potatoes. He made 200 barrels in county demonstration agent; Mesdames house to hciuse canvass of the county, love with her and without truing to rescue her from her supposed t"Grandpop" '
M. Fugate\ and family, of Bron- all, the turnout being nine barrels T. N. Limbaugh; Emily Phil. and I am writing this )letter to assure 1
son, were visitors at the home of Mr. from each barrel of seed. Ins Ellery: :M. Davis J. F. Kickliter, you that I will certainly] appreciate and his evil companLvu.Mary E

and Mrs J.o'. Colley last week. J. K. Davis, F. A. Scott, C. E. Pope your votes at the election next Tues .1' I I
Our store is full of bargains in and R. S. Fernandc 128 pints of day. .
!,;rll. George ;Marks of New Smyrna, everything for 1\1<
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Children. !Stump's.Mr. .;t beets.., The worker prepared their hat they have a repivBt-ntative, who %
A. M. Darby. dinner and supper at the community will guard\ their. interests at all time* ; t
and Mrs. J. F. Canova and little kitchen, their husbands! also dining and under all circuniHtunn-s. I )have'
Ladies Trimmed Hats $1.98, i daughter, Julia accompanied by with them. Miss' Ilerlong: is exceptionally !been making\ my cumpuign: on a plnt- \ ,
at Stump's. Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Miss Hilda fine in her line of work, and form of three plunks' that I thinkcover '
Lewis motored to Jacksonville Sunday the main essentials for J
I Bradford county is fortunate in havIng a repro.sentatlve 'AP ,
The commencement sermon Sunday afternoon. her services at this time. Those jjunks lip .
night at the auditorium will begin nj I are: ,I

8:30: o'clock. Don't miss it. 'ome and see our new line of Merely for advertising for a 1. All legislation\ Iklnloto\ the

-- Striped and Figured Voiles, light period of thirty days beginning lowl'rlnl.ot\ our present high tax rate. ;
25; ladies making! and dark colors 50c to $1 yard.
The first purchases Saturday, Jdne 5th we will serve All necessary amendments to our t
;In our store Saturday, Stump's. pure ('(I'a Cola at 5c per glass, compulsory school law.
June otli, between 12 and 4, we 3. The abolishment of all unnecessary \ JI
will serve; their choice of drinksat Mrs. J. W. Andrews has a luxurious mess that are costing the .
our fountain complimentary. patch of sunflowers in her yard, which taxpayers thousands -of dollars annually .t v '11'
Turner's Drug Store. I will feed her poultry. Sunflowers i lathe y foe
food and should be
bent poultry All other measures affecting the In. :r
Bryan has free delivery every Sat- i more generally\ planted] .crest of the taxpayers! of our county ,9 r ,
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urday. will have my careful attention. I
,. Sealpax Union Suits for Women Very respectfully, }
Prof. II, H. Wiggins\ ', of Hampton, $1.25:>>, at Stump's.The I'ol. Adv. JAS. REYNOLDS.] Ii
candidate. for county superintendenthas -- I
been in Starke during the week heavy express shipments from Till :SPIRIT; (IF. GOUGK; :
electioneering. here of potato draws strawberries, I
beans cucumbers, corn and I
potatoes, A worklntrnian from another city I
t On Monday, .June 7th every cabbage, fills an express car full every I was telling a few days ago of his experience
child baying a drink at our foun day, going north. Much produce i in trying to get\ Home rt'l.airMI

tain we'will sell three packagesof in also going south. .. .,..ter-., I made on a cellar wall. lie asked a |
Chrms for lOc. TurnersDrug stone mviMin what the job would cost.
J Store. Merely for advertising for a The mason estimated it at $''iO.
period of thirty days beginning Over fifty a 16
Yl'&rlliyo young
The thought thut too hilo'h.and
R, The \V C. T. U, will meet! next Sat urday. June 5th we will serve' Vhjbician practiced widely in a being mar a kind of jock wan at all trades\ ,, j,i J

Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock'iat the pure Coca Cola at 5c per glass, rural district and became famous he thought he could do the job. So'' III ,
Methodist church Mrs. C. E.: Pope war tax extra. Turner's Drug for his uniform success in the
f he bought his cement and a little stone w
,l leader. Store. curing of dirt.iu+e. This was Dr. and hired a carpenter to jack up the .
Pierce who afterwards eHtablished house. IIIK expenses on the job were j '
Miss! Naomi Diggs\ who has just ,
Work Shirts $1.25; at Stump'sMrs. and he did the work in eight ,
$8.75
completed successful; term' of teaching \ himself in fculTttlo, N. Y., ;
hours, and now has a good cellar wall. ,| ,
Jr. high '
,
from at George Washington and of hill prescriptions
J. C. Robinson returned \ placed one
lie waved a profit of about $40 on j
Jacksonville Monday, accompanied by !School:'! of Tampa, will returnXomor- which he called "Golden Mt'dicalDiscovt'ry I
with her the job, which may suggest how other Miles
the summer Ii Minter
Mrs. W P. Robinson and children, who row to upend ," in the drug stores of people ran escape exactlon.-eaintR.
and Mrs. J. C. Diggs.If .
Rev \
will several days here. parents Rcz x1 zu-t. PicturesTOMORROW
spend the United States HO that the public ville News. .

Messrs. Gary Ennis and 1I0lihce you want to buy a tub of lard see could easily obtain this very .-.--.. - *04
fXI'I.AINIn"Yt'lIh I
remarkable tonic, corrective and
of Bryan.
Wilson students at the University
,
for the summer blood maker. Dr. Pierce manufactured : "ECHO OF YOUTH' Charlie Chaplin In "The Ham Artist"
Florida home
are at strawberries this from He and I are old bunk '
Sixty-two Discovery"
mates." also "LIGHTNING YCE"" "
and barkn corrective
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Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DayfDnuulMs Catarrh Cannot Be CuredAITLJCATIONS. roots a "What! Were you and he in the
: refund mon..y'If.PAZO ot"ITMrHT' I..U.. !.'. LuC\L, a. ttle! remedy the ingredients of which army togethert""Oh I 1
locum .lushing C'hn)' ..hOio.P.ntrlld.uAt"' ? t.v tai dlceaN. I had in the fields and I
tln seat et nature put dear nol! I believe
Jnttnntiy 011.,...s Ir -t P4 ".1"-.. end, rou''"""Q cannot reach,la a local dtasaaa. greatly inauenred < mean we 0(1 visitor to :Macon, Ga., Thursday. nftermicin. Miss' Minnie !Hugun wan
Catarrh
nuti' f" ''' -I.UUI .ondltion. HALL' forests, for keeping us healthy. the same kind of bunk.CartoonMall'azint' *
bY "on.lltuUonl a visitor to Starke Jo'rlday.JinL
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will cure calanh.II I Sam Kwindel. Calvin Trient, John
MhLlICINE:
or-familieB living ,
CATARRH Few folks now
through I'hillipii, Sr., lft l several days
internaliY and acts agoI
BUY "DIAMOND DYES"DONT the I.Blood taken on th.. Mu'.ou. 8u'are. 01 the I have not at sometime or other used -o- !lull and Willis SwmdM were among ,I for South Florida where he will spend
HALL'SCATARRHMfaUICIN6!: TIIERESSAThereasa the visitors to Hampton Sunday. ,,
6y.tsm. this "Golden Medical Dweovery"for I while Samuel Woodard
tonld a a
was
RISK MATERIAL "t .om. ot the bait i I
I. composed :Messrs. Herbert Kitch and I
with ono 01 the b..1 Emery !, .
known, comhinee the stomach liver and heart. luitor 1 to Hl. k. Saturday. -M ndunnm -
The combination I June 4.-Sheriff Epperson Harris of Ktarke, were visitors hereThursday
conS
"Diamond DW1 blood purianre.
,. Each i>.ckag of the Injfr.dien" In KISP. CATARRH Over tWl rte: four, million bottle night.1, '! T. )1!. Trieit and Hen lIHalllerI"
!Starke I.
of King a
tain directions. so simple that say Inc is wnat produces such won- and deputy tlaiwlpn. was
wmu can tt lj. any material withoutUaaklng 1I..Iul MEDICINE...ult. In catarrhal eonditiooa.Urula'.ta . of this tonirand blood remedy were business visitorS here Wednesday visitor to I'ulatka Friday.John* Hull I i ere guest sot friend 'at f.'ake Ge-,

iadnur or. running. Druggmlliu ",001"/1IC./ 1..lImonl.l.Co.. Prop.,Ire.Totedo,0. I have been gold. in this country. and Saturday. -K. M. King was 0 was a vftitor to Hampton Thursday. ln.va Surdiey.;.- j
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FRIDAY. JUNE 4, 1920.
BRADFORD COUNTY fELECRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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MR. POPPELL EXPLAINSTo I

the Democratic Voter of Bradford Erooker, May 31, 1920. WantedMary ;", I

, County: To the Voters and Patrons of School

''kr Finding that the duties of my office District No. 3: : EVERETT M. JOHNS
I deprive me of the privilege of calling I wish to make an explanation thru I manta a young man mho :

(In you personally, I take this method the Telegraph as to my failure in I can tit quietly a partially darkened *
of asking you for your vote and support meeting all the voters and explaining I
:y at the ensuing primary of June my position and views on school matters room and tee lie most beautiful 2
8th. if elected to serve on the new girl in the United Stattt I For The Legislature Group '

'' The Compulsory Attendance law board of education from District No. without falling In love with her.
'x has been injected into thin campaign S of Bradford county Mont of the
and I have been accused of certain farmers: realize our difficulty! in getj j t/lpply in person at address given

acts that under the law are placed upon flog farm labor this year and owing! on page 5 of this paper Comes out Flat-Footedly His Platform of Principles,

the board of public instruction. In to that fact and excessive rain I
one instance of this I am held responsible ,have been compelled to put in all the Solicits the artive support of those who believe in these views.
for the present attendance offi 'I time ponsible on my farm which has j i
r ieprived me of the pleasure and priv- 1 the South called into the work.

cer.In reply to this. I wish to nay that liege of vimtintr{ all of the voters and The work at Perrine we through I I
h tile present incumbent was appointed atrons> of our schools and explaining I:typical Glade or prairie land where To the (People of Bradford County : ernment.
Jf between the time that the board had my platform and claim as to qualin- the soil is much underlaid with rock schools should not
ration for the office and in places-this rock I 1 The smaller
many outcrops
appointed me attendance officer at the tarred
regular session of board in July, lt>10, I believe in progressive school work I ion the surface. Water was standing I I am a candidate for the Legislature i in IK while the state institutions of
and the regular meeting of the boardin economy in spending our school funds almost everywhere and ditchers, eith. I Group 2 and solicit jour vote and support. I higher learning (flourish on handsome appropriations.

August, 1910 at which meeting and the necessity of co-operation er human or mechanical would work I was born reared and educated in Bradford .

her appointment wan confirmed and mong out patrons and school officials, I hinder very adverse conditions. Succcsbful County and graduated from the Universityof
the salary fixed by the board, of which I have been interested in my home I ditching with dynamite rev Florida in 1915 My father, E. E. Johns, Fifth-I am against: Compulsory Military

I am not a member. My position in >chool for a number of years as a patron I quire that test. shots! be made in the' served you (food people of Bradford County Training.Sith/ .

that of secretary, my authority h i to I and trustee and it J is needless to I ditch line to determine proper loading I'' for a number of years as your sheriff. I
recommend s ay that I have the comfort and wel-1 for efficiency and economy. The action served as .IssbtantChief Clerk, Extraordinary : -I am against Compulsory Cattle
,
:My opponent would have you believe fare of our children at heart: of dynamite is controlled absolutely -: :Session; of Legislature 1918. and Dipping.
that he will be the attendance If elected I will give all business | by conditions of Boil consistency I ,
I Iteirular Session of 1919. Therefore, I am :-t'Hnth-I; am in favor of increasing the
officer and superintend the schools if coming' be/ore the board careful I and moisture, dry sand being the I
he were elected, for the salary now allowed thought: and while it will be my policy I most difficult and! expensive materialto familiar with the procedure, and with mv pensions of the Confederate Soldiers, if
the superintendent. I wish to to stop all unnecessary expenses I move with dynamite and muck tin experience: and training I feel that I can be their pensions are not !sudicient to maintainof

tall your attention to a letter which hall not try to hamper or retard the |choiapcAt. The test shot at Per- Mime service to the people of my county. them with the high cost of living.
?
!s : I hope is self explanatory, hereto at. regress of our public schools. |Trine showed that to produce a ditchtwelve
.I, tached. If we are governed by the I shall< at all times contend for the feet wide and throe feet deep' I ,solicit )our support on the following Eighth-I am in favor of amending the

decisions of those who are in author- convenience and interest of each ; it was necessary to use two rows of platform of principles which I pledge m> Compulsory School Law to "suit the people

ity, you will\ readily lOpe that the attorney school district and will use conserva-1 I charges 30 inches apart and the hole- self to uphold : of my county. I am in favor of abolishing .
I 'r, general has decided that the five judgment in disposing of any I were the same distance apart in each the Attendance Officer created under thisFirstTaxation "',
superintendent !s ineligible to hold business coming before the board. I row but staggered so that each hole | I is not equalized and our law.

f; this office. claim it a business proposition and I was opposite the middle of the interval tax laws must be adjusted 'HO' that the bur
Should my opponent offer his sorvj.res !. an important branch of our county I I between holes in the other row. ; Ninth I am against the enactment of a I
'r I den of taxation will be placed in just proportion '
to the school board he would then government' and in selecting a manor The holes were punched 30 inches deep State-wide "no fence law." It does not mean '
only be doing the very thing that 1 f' the place it is our duty to our and loaded with two sticks of 40 percent on all classes of property. The owner
and if I elect
fence but t two fences am
children to select the of small holdings is now carrying and one
have been doing for the pant three man that will Extra dynamite primed with
and one-half years. What more con give the best service regardless: of I electric caps for firing with the blast for many years has carried the greatest ed the people will have a man that will fight

a man do? favors or separate obligations. I submit I ing: machine. The ditch produced was I part of this burden. Therefore I am in the no fence law to the end.

It has been said by my opponentthat the matter to the best :judgment 12 feet wide and three feet deep in I II favor of any law that will inaugurate a better Tenth-I opposed to legislation at the
the RC'hot,11Ilnd the school interest of the electors of myVlmtrict and willie I the clear the banks were evenly cut system of taxation and lessen the bur am
>f in H mil ford county have gone to content with their judgment on and no subsequent hand trimming was den of taxation. bidding of or under threat from any group
pieces since I came in office. I am June' 8th. necessary while the spoil was evenly I or class.! Even the majority has no ri htSecondThere '

t v attaching hereto a letter from Hon Thanking every voter in advance distributed over a wide area and not is no excuse for a constant to indulge in despotism. All laws should be

i It. L. Turner, which I hope will prove for careful consideration, I am, heaped up on the bank to wash back of books for for the benefit of the whole.
change text our public
that one who goes in every county in Very truly, in the ditch after the first heavy rain. Eleventh am in favor of :any taw that
the state is in position to be the better 'ol. Adv. A, A. HAZEN. The crew of four men were trained schools. This matter must be settled in will benefit the farmer and make farming
judge, of Hchool conditions before ----+----:.-- to do the work by :Mr. Strayer in a such n way that the patrons of our public attractive.

my administration and during my ad NOTICE in THE PL'IILIC few day and have gone ahead and schools may not be needlessly robbed at the more

; ministration. completed the job without further direction. I j bidding of the publishers. i

I call your attention to these facts Stance, Fia., June 1, 1920. Such a crew working under! Upon these! principles and an honest
as they really exist and you may be To the Public: good conditions will sometimes produce I Thnd-I shall work to eliminate needless pledge to work for the best interest of

the judge as to whether or not I have I have learned that 'it is being reported a thousand feet of ditch six feetwide appropriations of State Funds and for the Bradford County and the State of Florida

i, taken care of your interest in a nchoo over the county that Mr. James' and four feet deep in a day, fora curtailment of all appropriations to the in any matter which may arise, I solicit

1. way.Thanking R. Mott made an offer through me of ditch of thin size requires only a greatest extent consistent with good gov your active support and vote.
you for the past vote and I $500; in settlement of a'judgment I single line of holes ''Through swampor

support given me, I am very truly, against him, and this is to advise you scrub a dynamite ditch may be run
E. R. POPI'ELL that I have no recollection of any such I without clearing a right of way as +
Secretary and County. Superintend t ofJ'er./ or any other offer, being madethrouJrh only a line of eight is necessary. For EVERETT
me by Mr. Mott, or any one trees and stumps> in the ditch line extra M. JOHNS

State of Florida, Office of the Attorney else in his behalf in settlement of loading ia required, but they are
General any judgment against him or anyoneE'J removed along with the earth.

Tallahassee Fla., May 28, 1920 e. The equipment necessary for dyna
Hon. E. R. Popp ell, Supt., Your very truly mite ditching: cither than the explosive (Political Advertisement)

Starkc, Fla. W. T .WEEKS. awl electric blasting cups consists
Dear Sir: Replying to your. of th P of a blasting machine, a driving
27th inst., I beg to say that as I N'ad. MR. ROBERTS': : APPEAL bar of tool steel or a cross handled
;, Section 5 of Chapter 7H08 the Compulsory punch bar made of pipe with a steel k
School Attendance law, it I is To the Voters of Commissioner point. Any tool that can be used to charges:

not contemplated that the county *uperintendent District No. 3s: punch a hole large enough: to take a Practical farmers' make the best
of public instruction o! I submit to you the question stick of dynamite will serve the purpose dynamite ditchers as 'they are close ECONOMY
+: a county shall he an attendance offlcer. whether I shell serve the citizensof although: the preferred punch is observers of the differences in soils
v The law provides! that the county the district as", commissioner another of octagonal tool steel 1 3-4 inches and soon learn to move the greatest .

board of public instruction l is author.izpd term You are to pan on the !in diameter and four and one half amount of earth with the least quantity Which have Characterized the Private and
Public Record of
and directed to appoint one o r question whether or not I am entitled feet long.: This shape is used because of powder. Where the work is

more attendance fileers and that any to your renewed confidence. the suction of wet earth does not hold done by an experienced man it is usually I
supervisor or trustee of schools. t i" You area decide whether your favors it so firmly as a round bar and it can ) unnecessary to follow the blast I JOHN C. LUNINGCandidate
eligible to such appointment. of the past have been justified t be withdrawn easily. One man can with a shovel and to do any cleaningat I
Without determining whether or not and whether your trust has do dynamite ditching at a fair rate all.
r the act makes attendance ofllc'rs i InC'ontemplatioll been warranted. I have devoted! of speed and without unusual exer I ''k for Rrnomination as
The largest explosives manufacturing !State Treasurer in the Democratic
of law I think the Ian unrt'mittinsr'labor and energy' to tion. I 't't d ...' ;
guagc excludes, the idea of the dig the service for which you commissioned One charge of dynamite in the interest keeps an agriculturalman :<'4 l r:' ,.'>4t Primary June'S. 1920.
4 billy of county superintendents fortou.h me. You will ask yourselves ground will make a pot hole when exploded in Florida whose duty it is to instruct I .p .. .4 '\....' ,
offi I'. whether it would nit a practical !, but a series of charges of the farmers and others in the agricultural I "1-.....; 'fII"-"'-)... However humble the office or r
Yours very truly. proposition be to your advantage same size placed at regular intervals uses of explosives and his however important, John C. Lun-
VAN C. to choose another to take and exploded services are! obtainable by anyone I 1" log has applied to them the principles .
SWEAHlNGE.T.Attorll'Y : my simultaneously will .'
i Genera place as one of your commission make a ditch This simultaneous explosion with muth ditching to be done. t -:i 1 set forth above. '
., ,.. '-- ,. <.1\ In his home Lake heserved +
State of Florida Department of Pub ers. of a series of charges: can only .\ ) county, .
''i lie bo produced Servant Girl Wouldn't Go in Cellar, ten years aa a County Com
Instruction, Tallahassee. Give this your consideration. I by using: the electric .; ..
Inverness 1 Fla., Dec. 20 101 9. ask you for your vote and support method of detonation, and this also Fearing Rats ."',' -.e.'" e missioner The people of his home
:
Dear Friend! !is the safest method of firing blait. !Mrs fj.", city, Lf-csbuig:, chose hint for their
P Poppell: on June 8th. a Tepptr, Plainfield N, J., says, '.....,.. I
I have been thinking! ever since I Sincerely yours Using the blasting machine, the time "Rats writ so bad In-, our cellar the .... ;, postmaster, their city treasurer,
visited and inspected your schools recently Pol. Adv ('. A, ROHERTS, of explosion in absolutely under the servant girl wouldn't go there Bought :j'J" ., pe I., and twice for their mayor.
of writing yea and exprvss my ----.. control of the operator and he stands some RAT SNAP and it cleaned all ,: '" Ask any of his home people if he '

appreciation of your good work for t'OMPLirriNG; : DRAINAGE nt a safe distance from the line ofWOH'ITO the rots out." RAT SNAP destroys .. '.t'. j pets ever betrayed their confidence or
:
the schools of Rrmlfonl county. PROJECTS WilliI's.ulln) \ ;\ rat anal' mice. Absolutely prevents .......;..:;;. '1t.J;;:': ';.....f'. : disappointed their hope.
: .
' For what you are doing for the chi LEAVESTRAIL: odors. Comes in cake form no mix In IStlJ he was appointed by tidv.Gilchnst .
dren of jour county you deserve to be ( By George D. Lowe, Paxley Ga., OP DISEASE; Inl!'. Cats or clogs won't touch it. '3sizes' .- ,''. 9<1",a a, ate. Commissioner of Agricul-:!
encouraged, you merit consideration, Manager Coastal Plain Agricultural 25c, 50c, $1. Sold and guaranteed .n.o. (!. 't,:. ", ,.# tune and a few weeks later State ''
you are worthy of the cooperationand Service) Scientists how Danger! In Its Kite by D. C. Jones and ;\litchell'lIl \\II' Treasurer, to which he was elected

i support of your p<>ople.Itccnuso A drainage project does not begin! ] [ The whole Drug Store.-Adv. r 114 by the people over two opponents
of your peculiar fitness to serve its until the lateral] country is infested with
and l purpose the same year, and in 1916 was re- $
pn-pnration for school work together ditches! which really unwater the usable mosquitoes. The Government Health '----- nominated by more than ten
with your administrative ability and land are completed In many sections Service and every other agency known and, majority thous't
sincere purposes for educational improvement of Florida there to man Is being used to exterminate For Governor In i
are drainage a recent letter to :Mr. tuning, Governor
Gilchrist
and advantages districts where all the them. Once they were' looked upon says:
should dredge work 'I
you never hesitate to that in
by all means remain in your poaitint n. has been finished for some time, yet us an annoyance only; scientists now men in the cabinet. With say my opinion you are one of the best

t I say now, and I say all over' thestate owing to the scarcity of labor, few I know that they l leave in their wake r i M {q, I honesty of purpose and capacity your,knowledge it would! be of the state's business,
deadly disease a calamity to the state
that no superintendent in Flor.Id. laterals have been dug and the big germs, especially mu for you to be beuten."
., is accomplishing more with limited ditches are morn ornamental than use Inria Those". who are in a position to U. S. Senator Park Trammell
| know vouch for the fact says: "Durmg the eight of
means. I find jour schools won i fut Crop damage from floods continues ' that they daily and intimate years my
i have been the cause of diseases association with >'()while I wag Attorney Gener-
derfully Improved in both phyaleequipment al along with taxes to pay for mainline more I al and Governor of Florida *
and deaths found you to be of
and canals than all the wars from the a man the highest
sanitary condition Rocent developments inditdllnR' character
Such improved conditions 1 beginning of time. of exalted ideals and pu rpOl must with dynamite in various
spcnk of
sections t
Y marked
> the
A well for you and your board together of the state hold out to truckers lIollquitot'fwill probably never be I faithful I; ?, cable, and de5ri efficient e. most in the-crapulous honesty, and always i
with your good and ambitious people. the possibility of unwatering their exterminated. We can, however by duty incumbent performance of every public
r4thY v upon you. I have often ,
I proper screening and spraying of our remarked that no slaw has"
regard you n sane and sale schoolman ) land rapidly and economically by using had better
%) because you are progressive the most modern method of wirth homes daily with TORMENT[ : rid our such n"M8l/n'lthatFlori a
man a.
you or one of the
household of them. Date's officials".fli
the extent that you will remedy! emergency moving Ask
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needs and conservative because Tho Fraujo Farm at Perrine, Fla.I TORMENT is gaseous, vapor i ia ,al ory. had business with John C. Luning, as'a state
employt'
will afTorila which no insect can live. Sold by 'Vh6 suspicion' of dishonor ever rested
you not spend unnoc.'sm rily thepeople's an example of the rapidity vnr. or if he upon
ever
druggists, general store and dealereverywhere. *- acr any expMltmcy the Interests of the Y'
money. Such practices in the with which ditches\ may be1 blasted as : tate and its people?
administration of a public oftioinl well! a* the efficiency of the operation Manufactured by G. H. .
must be regarded a< both profitableand when properly' done. Four miles oflateral I Williams Co., Quitman Ga., exclusive The Times' Demand Experience in Public Affairs-Net M
Experiments.
safo. : h'-Adv, I
were needed to the
complete
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You nre improving your schools andI drainage system and while it wax possible )
am sure the people of Hradford, to contract the work by hand -'lflcJtI: txlrcln lOrirltDelfiitt RUk'R'taG#"'' .

county will endorse what you have the time required' for that old-style l lmethod COFFINS & CASKETS :I!' lt1I'1 -
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done and are dtiing, would endanger the success of I { +i'+++++#4 t+++++++f F''l#+

It at any time I can serve you or the> coming tomato crop. It was d*>. 0 And a Full Line of SHIP )101R FKUTS ANHVtGE! I

} your good people in the interest" of "I idi'd to try out dynamite and the services 3 Undertaken' Stippliet TABLES IS SEED
I the school, then do not hesitate I to of Otho B. Straycr. a dynamite Vote For SEASON ALSO EiifiSTM: j

command me. demonstrator of wide experience in AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Received +
'I Always wishing you success, I am \h.'s' on hand. The best er- on consignment. Best adapted to Florida Cli4,
'Your friend. morningand found my favorite setter t ice at the lowest prices. Special I Highest market return mate and twil. Prompt shipment -

1 R. L. TURNER, dead. I got real mad. Went to thefrtorc attention to telegraph or ; Von C. Swearingen i Promptly made. Will buy for 1920 from big stock. Send
catalogue
"" State Rural School Inspector. bought tome RAT SNAP ain nd (.... Registered Embalmer.: outright if price 1 1 I. price Ust. and week-
/-Political Adv. a week I got six dead rats. Every: are right. Oldest
body who raises poultry should keep! DeWlfr C.'-JONES He stands for clean politics I Hayttard/ } Randolph Com Market In state established. seed house + I

.' "I Got n..alIad! When I Ln t M y RAT SNAP.:. Three size. 23c. 60e, f 1 I t honest methods and a square 40 E. Bay SL z
: Setting Hen," MM. Hannan. Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Jones 5T ARKE. FLA. Jacksonville =: E. A Martin Seed Co. t
: "I went into the hen house one 'and :Mitchell's Drug Store.-Adv. deal for everybody 'ii Reference Atlantic Nail Bank I

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A Polk !!I That Smaller Car .
county grapefruit tree
produced j i narrowly escaped death when upon I 'I
this I'
season 65 boxes of fruit. approaching a dark place in the road t tI

Real he slowed up his car and was fired
estate in St. Petersburg is now''
i upon from ambush. Feaster returned
showing more activity for the summer : I ,
the
j fire but the unknown man fled bee
season than usual.
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I fore his identity was discovered. One
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Ground has been broken at Lees- ,, of the assassin's bullets pierced Feaster's Just as owners of the highest. priced automobiles \

burg for the building of the McGuire'' right wrist. get greater mileage and economyout .
Fertilizer !
and
Phosphate Factory and
work will be pushed to completion. What is perhaps unique and certainly of Goodyear Tires, so can the owners \
-. very unusual in the annals of 41 .
Twenty cars of tomatoes rolled lad'I[ the merchant marine, was accomplished \ of smaller cars similarly enjoy Goodyear "

week from Palmetto, and while the >, by the Tampa Inter-Ocean steamer L o advantages. '
crop is short the prices will make up ), Wilscox when that vessel transferred .l
for the shortage. The growers have i 600 barrels of fuel oil into the
been getting $16.50 per crate. i steamship West Bridge in mid-ocean. y The 30x3-, 30x3 V&*, and 31x4-inch sires of \
The
West Bridge/: had practically run
On May 17, Highland- Oaks Farm at I I out of fuel and would have soon been e i s Goodyear Tires are built to afford a money's .
Pierce sold to the at the mercy of the waves. # 1i !
Farms fifty head of Wyomce puroc sows Hatchee and i i worth in performance and satisfaction which I S',

gilts for $250 each or a total purchase I i Another example of the "eternal only the utmost in experience, resources I)
: price of $12,500. I i'triangle" was demonstrated at Tame
pa when Jesse Collins a negro, met and care can produce. !
The cucumber season, opened in his wife taking walk with another
Gainesville last week and is now at negro and cut loose with his artillery '!a This extraordinary money's worth beginsnot ;
the height of harvest and shipping. The "tei'lium quid" of the affair, one :
The switch yards at the T. & J. depotare 1 Albert Brown, received one o'f Collins' only with the merit of these tires, but
crowded with vehicles reliveringand bullets in his left arm and a second
first which in
also with the
cost most cases \
in his ,
loading into the cars. i one right rip. The wife also f

; stopped a couple of bullets with her is no greater, and sometimes actually i is less, j,
Filling five small outo tire inner' right hand and right/: arm '
I tubes, morphine worth thousands of:; f than that of other makes of the same types

dollars was seized by federal officers One of the most notable timber
at Tampa. The package was brought I I transfers that has occurred in Floridawas ; of tires. \ "!1
in from Cuba by boat. transacted in Jacksonville between
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Clarence Boyle, Inc., of Chicago 1 Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station I "i

For the second time in the last two and Louis J. Hopkins surviving Dealer for Goodyear Tires for your Ford I ;
,
weeks the Huntington Hotel
St. Petersburg partner of Swallow & Hopkins, in the ..
was sold Monday. Mr. purchase of fifty million feet of pine Che vroletDort,Maxwell,or other cars taking .\ :
Barnes and son bought the hotel fromF. and cypress and hardwoods. This timber I
F. Pulver for $225,000, $25,000 is located about twelve miles east these sizes. He is ready to supply you Good .

more than Mr. Pulver paid for it two of Jacksonville, and will be logged/: : to Tourist Tubes at the time.
k Heavy same
week ago. the Florida East Coast railway at A year I
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point where a new town and a new 'C
Fire Thursday morning destroyedthe mill will be constructed. .
lumber mill of the Carter Manufacturing I
Co., at St. Petersburg, witha "Spirits which walk in darkness," : \ :
loss estimated at $70,000. The mill or at any rate some of which would :
i was located just outside of the city I soon probably have "walked indark- ", ___ .
> limits and there was no fire hydrant ness," were captured together with ,
close: enough to be used by the fire some 750 gallons of mash, nine stills
men. and one automobile at Tampa when

Federal prohibition agents/: made a 30x3V_ Goodyear DoubloCurefabric. Goodyear Icavy Tourinl Tubci are illicit, strung tubes hat
Citizens of Palmetto offered five series of raids on negro residences for AII.WeatberTread.ftinforce '
casing piwprriy. Why risk a gust casing with .1,1'
dollars to anyone who would introduce the purpose of "laying" spirits which cheap tuber tuodylar Icavy Tourist Tube cost little more ;
Sidney J. Calls, who spoke here to- for some time have been operating in 3Ox3V/ Goodyear Sire than tulice of leu merit. 3Qa3t/1 iiz in uialmr. en '
$2152
day. There were no takers until the the neighborhood of Myrtle Hill cemetery Fabric, Anti-Skid ,. f ig.- _.._:.. ,. $4 / .
.
mayor, a republican, finally came to
the rescue and relieved the situation.
Much laughter prevailed and there Fl'inlfrom/: Biloxi Miss., to Pcnfiacola -
,. were numerous cheers for Fletcher and arriving badly wounded, I
during the speaking. a pigeon: being used in flight maneuvers
1, was found to have been wounded
,, Miami, ranking as 1,002nd city of in flight/: and reached the hone station -
the country in 1910 with a population minus a leg and otherwise hurt. I
of 5,471, has grown more than The bird had evidently been fired upon -
;+ five times as large: in the last ten while in flight. This pigeon had .
years, and now has 29,549 inhabitants been carried to Biloxi! on seaplane No. ..t.
f Miami's increase, 24,078 or 440.1 percent 40fil( in charge of Lieut. A. P. Snod- r.stawu ,Iii
, over 1910 is the largest thus far dy. The plane was delayed on its return
shown by any Southern city until Tuesday and the bird was ;
.
sent out to acquaint the station of -- -- - ,
I After shoving off from shore in a the fact that stornyv weather conditions Rae, Flunk Bryant and Russell Mc- ately you see the first one. Three COld* Cause trip and I Influenza '
row boat without oars, Monday Bryan made the immediate return Impossible llao. Misses Kathleen and Thclmn elves, 25c, 60c $1. Sold and guaranteed Optimistic Thought. I LAXATIVE IIROMO QUININE TahUita r..mov.tl>* I I
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Aslanian by 1)! C. Junes and !Mitchell'sDrug It ('oM 1II"rto rrvcngu Injorle caua*. There la out, one "llromo Qul ID.." 'I
fourteen years old, became Underhill of fine Level, were visitors *
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Store.-Adv. thnn It .1. ' to hear 'nl. C. W.GROVE'S alnna> nn hog Sec.A ;
excited and jumped into Lake Alfred ': here'Sunday. Prayer murtingnext . .. ..... .. ,. .
and drowned. Although/: an expert,, EAST STARKK; Sunday night will be at the "
swimmer the lad drowned before help :, home of Samuel Nichols.
could reach him. East Starke, June 4.-Mr. and Mrs. .- h A A. A A A A A A A. A h A waavtavcavcw A A A A A A IrIa'
John Dubnse and chldren, of Stnrke, How NotC'd.t.. Get Rid of Hat- '+kwE E "E wawf wE' wE wl wE 1 wtw ''Awt wt v v t tEE
A survey of Lake county made the were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. i-'arnier llwd The

past two days, covering 201) miles and Strickland Sunday. Charley Gnnlshy Dr. H. H. Butler says, "I use HAT Zlg-Zag Tread
more, dhows spring crops in excellent of Jacksonville was the guest of SNAP around my hospitals every 3 Tire Guarantees Machanlrally and u InntlfliwUfrorrnrt ,
condition. The report of the Coast friends here Saturday -Mrs. Lena i
, months, whether I nee rats or not. It for KmatMt annurlly tintlor -
'" Line railroad show 4,099 acres in Lake Fulwood, of Tampa, was the guest of dos the work-RAT SNAP gets them all road rimtlltlona The .
)' county planted to watermelons at slntions her mother !Mrs J. C. Carter, duringthe /: every time. I recommend it to everybody TIRES are guaranteed-not for u specified{ \ and \f llwHlll| rues .
on their lines, and there are weekend.f:. M. Hazen of having rats. Don't wait until aluruala on bath aliloa of Ui* ',
liiiiiilxT of niileH but guaranteed to give nalin- curs wlilii. lusty trued ,; ,
Hkliidliif
more than 1,000 additional acres on Brooker, was here Monday lookingafter there is a brood of rats, act immcdi000 1 : you I la niliilinlniil I'arallnl Use-
1 other railroads. cattle -Quite a crowd from /r lI'tury MTvioe. llama nr the 'Tina Tr,.." iintf
here attended the union meeting at I straight C'untrr Linn of mail an I'
; An attempt is being made by a few Ijawtcy Sunday. -Dave Luke and kirk rulilMir studs that awl* -iUi
It ii in nothing
:(' Analyze the specific mileage guarantee; Itn.lat wluala "liiad urn"
persons in Kscambia county to have wife of Clay county, were visiting I
the law creating the state live stock Viola Strickland Sunday afternoon more nor lean than a l anis. for adjustment. I
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\ sanitary board declared unconstitutional - .. -- 7D1'aArurr :
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so they can stop all live stock CROSBY LAKE: PCW'SfALtD You want mileage---Hl'rvj'r--not adjustment. , ,J'i"
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sanitary work of every nature. They I
secured a favorable decision in the Crosby Lake, June Prayer meeting The Lee Tire guarantee in hacked by the strength; '
lower court and the case has been Sunday night was well attended. i THIS ONLY .
j appealed to the supreme court. We also had an interesting sermon AT lVUQ GROCERSMAXWELL of the Company making the Tires and our determination ;

bv Rev McClennon of Ptarke. that every Lee Tire ..hall serve you.
While returning from a trip to Mic. Those of our section attt'ndinlchurrh/: HOUSE
nopy Monday night, John Feaster at Lawtey Sunday were Arthur Mc-
We eeldotn have to make good for a Lee Tire

r I' COffEEqoQ because! Lee Tires do that for themselves. Hut fchouli.
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l f I I the time conic: when you for soy reason feel you are

y 1 j not getting the satisfaction you have a right to expert
RENEWED l
TESTIMONYNo
from every Lee Tire we are right here, every day in $ ,

the year, to protect the interests of all concerned i l11//! e
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one In Stark who suffers back. your, Lee's, ours. C .
ache Headaches, or distressing urinary
Ills cau afford to ignore this
Ptarke man's twice.told story. It Iseonl.rmod 776 7kh.. I
: testimony that. no Ht.rke
DISCARDED ,
resident can doubt. 1
VV W. UalHdou deputy sheriff, -1
a AS DANGEROUS County JaM:! says: "I used 1><>u.n'*
Kidney I'llln about four years ago !.
for a case of kidney trouble that annoyed
Calomel salivates! It's mercury. Calomel me a whole lot I can truth
sluggish liver When fully say that Doan's entirely cured
acts like dynamite on a

I calomel comes into contact with sour bile it : me lasting of the manner.trouble I In felt a a prompt great deal and Griffin & Johns ;" 7jitik4 'j'', i

crashes Into It, causing cramping and nausea i better la every way" (Statement :ijl+ vrr
lJft rar Iii
I given April 12, 1914.)
I On Apr!! 27, 1918, Mr. Dalwen said! : :
Liver Tone" Instead I IIf I.R1M
Take "Dodson's "I bare had no occasion to tine Duane ti
Kidney I'llls since I recommendedthis
feel bilious, headachy, eontlpttod and without making you sick yon I
yon remedy before so I know Doan's tVl
and an knocked out, just go just go back and get your money.If I made a cure In my case. I advise 11 1 = UL
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sod bottle ofodaOD'I you take calomel today you'llbe anyone suffering from kidney complaint .
to druggist Id a
jour
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Liver Tone for a few cents, sick sad nauseated tomorrOWI b* to give.: this medicine a trIal." [ qJ1 [ iires .
subtltuU MM, It may salivate you while If Trice 60c. at all dealers. Don'tsimply
which U a larmleM vegetable
take Dodaon's lA.er Tone
you yen ask for a kidney rt"mfldy--g
for dangerous ctJomeL Tabs will wake up>> Sealing great, full .,ooaful and If it doesn't start and ready Ice York or play, Mr BaUden bad. Foster.Mllburn Co., 4 "
rev' leer a.4 ftralghtea r3 tip It k h.rmleM, pbejut tad Itlf H I Mfrs., Buffalo N. T. Smile at Mile

Wtier and qnicktr taaa wry calomel I give to children they Uk. It - -_. ._" -- .

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