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 25, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STARKE. FLORIDA. FRID. ;: JL'NH 25. 1920. NUMBER FIFTY-TWO


BILLION DOLLARS WORTH OF DARING RESCUE: : AT PABLO ,
HOARDED FOOD IN CHICAGO NF.GIUIKS: : BfRX FLAG PARTY ATTEND: W. C. T U. AT'
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PROGRAM FOR LAKE: BUTLER,;!
i An interesting story of a splendid I'orm Parade in Chicago;; Around Flag I .
Sugar. Coffee Flour Meals "
and Othj j piece of rescue work done by Suif- ,
er Foodstuffs Piled up There man Ernest I -1'",,) \hilr_ Killed; Monday) afternoon Mr. and lfr.V..
Porter, of the Jacksonville "
: I J, Epperson, Mr. an.11\I1's. T. N. Lint- t

We have been at peace more than a 1 Pablo Fla., Red Beach Cross on May Life 4th Saving is /told Corps in the at THE FOURTH I Chicago, June, 20.:::Two white n1l'1IWf're i baugh: Mrs II. L. Brownlee. Mist My J

year and a half. And having repeatedly 1 following letter to Mr. David J. Yates killed and a negro policeman and I i ra Herlong! and Mrs F. A. Scott motored .

been assured the cost of living |In charge of life saving for the South., I several negroes were wounded tonight I to Lake Butler the ladies going. ,
would fall. But it has not. Food In a riot in the heart; of the south I over to attend a meeting of the Wom ,+
ern Division W. J.
by Schubert
prices have risen 21 per cent during ; t of the Jacksonville Captain I Plans fur the the picnic in Starkeon second prize $3. side "black belt," following a reportf i an's Christian Temperance Union. a

the last 12 months, and shoes and j Corps: July 5th are being rapidly ma- lO:3t1-nl'lll: race-First prize, $5. the burning of the American flag' The meeting was held at the Wom
clothing prices 64 per cent We are I "On this date a brisk_ northwest I tured. At a meeting held Tuesday 11:00: --Suck Race-First prize.. $3'1 b y a band of negroes who are aid to i an's Club house, and was presided over '

learning that war and inflation do not wind was driving a somewhat heavy, ';I night of the different committees details 11'3-( -lOll yards dash-First prize, have paraded in the Interest of the by the president. Mrs J. E.: Maines r

account for 100 to 2,000 per cent prof. j'choppy I surf in on the beach and a of the event were brought up $5.00: ; lecond) prize $:!.IiO. Back to Africa" movement. The dead in a most competent manner. Among.

it and huge corporation dividends. |' wave current set off diagonally to and discussed. / 12:00Mule: race...First prize $5: ; are R. L. Rose, a sailor) and Joseph| the numbers on tint program was arlal'hl1
the northeast. Bathers to the number I Hoyt a cigar dealer The trouble
stocks The commiteee was successful in secoiul prize $3.00.12x0Dinner solo by Carl Alderman accompanied .
"Sugar sufficient are being released in of 25 or 30 were in the water. About securing\: Berry's Band from Jackson ::; o"l'ul'I"f'.lnelir the ""f'l1lit last year's by his sister Miss Mona + '

just shortage and amounts to maintainthe !j"M three-thirty when the tide was at low ville. Besides the music for the parade 1 ::!0-Egg Rolling-FiiTt prize $:!. race riot in which more than thirty Ald'I'mall.Ir: A. C. Strickland
/ the r
keep
price soaring j i slack sluice whites andb
lacks
a running parallel to the the band will give street concerts 1:45: )-Greasy pole-$2.00. wore killed and R rendered "A Lullaby" and "Mother," ,
Illinois, says Representative King of'I j| beach was uncovered. A break in the | after completing their work 2:00: Speaking.;; hundred injured. Several hundred poicenien being accompanied by her daughter

[' outer bar occured directly in front of''j with the grand parade. During the 2.:30-Parade. wore rushed to the scene lost :Miss Mildred. Strickland. Mrs F. A.
John F. Delaney, investigating for 1 the Ocean View Hotel where the pooj!' j )', beginning at 11 o'clock and continuing The parade will march in the following night and restored) order before the Scott, district president for Bradford '

the International News Service, has I pic were bathing, and through this' : vntil 7 p. m. fiddlers will hold order: iiKturoance spread. More than a j' i and Baker counties, made! an appropriate

found a billion dollars worth' of food I break a current set directly seaward. I forth in the armory for the use of Marshal. thousand negroes! gathered but no' talk, and, :Mia llerlong presented

stored in Chicago alone. This may'i About three-thirty a Mr, Saul Com'os.1 !'tal'ke''Iaitol's who care to dance.In Mayor and officials general riot took place. I some features of her work as

indicate why during the recent recession I ser, senior wireless operator on the I I' the evening an orchestra will fur Bund. According to a spectator the purud-. county demonstration agent

food prices rose 7 1-2 per cent ] 'Clyde Steamship "Lenape" V'as'n, h music for dancing.The Commercial floats log 'negroes had disbanded and At the clone! of this very interesting e

the greatest rice for any 30-day per- j caught/ in this runout swept from his the Organization floats. rod' in u circle around the A In l'"uth.1 nll'l'tinr.delicious: refreshments were
for will include
iod since 1915. i feet and carried out. He called forhelpand program day Decorated nutos. lag which they set on fire.! served. i

After going through the cold and < Mr. J. Hoffman junior wireless speaking by prominent state Children. had burned a little, they stamped on -.---' .

dry storage warehouses of Chicago i Delaney declares the food speculators I bathing nearby went to his assistance every sort of amusement that can be Veterans.Clowns. begun .firing at it. The sound of ; t'n

through the hoarding and manipulation i and a temp ted to bring him in.Jut devised to make the day one of pleas. the shots attracted, many negroes. who ?'

of food supplies are reaping a financial 'both rapidly I carried out. A minute ure.This Prizes will be awarded for the best were not in the parade They rushed An Establishment of \Milrli Starke. '. "1"

harvest unjustified by any 1 later a Miss Jeanette Bradly of Jacksonville celebration on the Fourth of decorated autos taking/ part in the par into the nearby poolrooms and cigar May Well Be Proud ,

shortage. (i Fla., was also swept from her July each year wijl be made a permanent rude, for floats gotten up by the different stores for assistance. Rose, Hoyt, sand
Chicago 1s one of the nation's main i feet and called for help. Hoffman I I feature for Starke. It is the civic organizations and floats 'olIceman Owens) and a number of no- The Ford Garage, Memtrs. A. W.

food centers. Delaney saw miles and I hearing her cries left Convossor to 'intention of those in charge to improve put out by commercial houses. In ;roes rushed to the scone It is not G. A. Anderson, proprietors. and dr

miles of white and brown cliffs and ,; i shift for himself and went to Miss and enlarge the activities of the children's parade, a prize of $2: known who fired the first shot. Owens authorized Ford .agents him always "

ledges/ representing sacks and sacksof I Bradb1 assistance A Mr. F. E. the day each year. From one year to will be awarded to the one who has attempted to arrest a negro and when been well appointed, but Mr. A. W, 7

flour sugar/ coffee and other food. Mudge of Tonlca III., who was bathing the next it is planned to keep a look the most striking costume. he started to search him for a weapon Anderson, the! manager thought the .b

He found flour in abundance ''every i nearby also attempted to reach out for securing attractions for the The prizes will be awarded as' forlows other negroes begun firing, and thenegro arrangement could be Improved, upon 'I;

where and overflow lots that were rot. Miss Bradby, but but was rapidly amusement of the visitors. Last year : / policeman was shot in the back, and now h.. has everything just like

ting on the docks. More than a million swept out to sea and did not reach was the most successful celebrationin Commercial floats-First prize $10; ---.. _- he wants it.

pounds was found dustcoveredand I her. the history of Starke, and this suc second prize, $5,00.Organization WEDDING PUT OFF UNTIL TUB I The partition! at the east end of the

rotting on the Burlington's/ wharf "In the meantime Surfman Porter cess has encouraged the backers togo floats-First prize, BRIDE WAS l'IWI.tIU'I.AU: office has been removed, whereby m

where it has been for upward of 2 I ]happened to be a short distance down / ahead with the undertaking know. $10.00; second prize 500. more space has been "secured while

years. Millions of pounds of hoarded the beach in bathing uniform. Hearing ing that the citizens of the town will Decorated autos-First prize $10; A wedding ceremony In St. Louis the office Is roomier than beforei; New

coft'ee. tea and sugar also were discov cries he made all speed to the scene stand ready at all times to lend a second prize $5.00.) Cathedral New Orleans wan postponed shelving, divided{ into department,

ered. of the accident. As he reached the helping hand. Additional features for the day l several hours recently becausethe have been placed uguinit tho walla

At the Central Cold Storage/ Warehouse water, some civilian had brought a The program of the day will begin: will be ,planned, and everything )possible officiating l priest declared the bride and neverul well designed. stand and

Delaney found fifty million dollar bouy and life line from the hotel. promptly at 10 o'clock opening) / witha for the amusement and comfortof was immodestly attired and cabinets have been placed on thu' floor, I

} worth of foodstuffs alone Including Surfman Porter took these, plunged horse race. Anyone can enter the the visitors will be looked to. That o recent order of Archh sllll ViOllltl'1 where each kind of the many hun 4 ;

33,000,000 eggs/ 4,000,000 poundsof into the runout 'and succeeded( in contests of the day Mr. Roscoe Me- ply Co.. having charge of these feat relative) to wearing apparel.The 1. dred of pnrts'that go/ into a Ford ('Ill'. 'K

frozen pork 3,000,000 pounds of ,reaching Mins Braiiby and Mr. Hoffman Lane, of the Quigley Lumber & Sup- by all is the assurance of the Stake priest declared the bride appeared I have their places, so systematically "f

frozen chicken, 5,000,000 pound.of and the crowd then hauled them the day will be one to be remembered people to him "110 shocking that he.had arranged/ that whatever IH wanted '.

steak and he finally got/ lost among ashore. It is estimated that Mr. Hoffman tunes I Ill-ing your bur.ket well filled with ) the sextant put out the light no can be found) 01tht' instant. Wu \}

i.000,000 pounds of cheese. I and 1\liqq Brady were 200 feet 10:00: -Horse race-First prize $5; eats for yourself and family.l'EAILM.tNS'NELL. that Him' might, letiie and properly doubt if another automobile house .in '

He found millions of pounds! of tea |beyond the breakers in water at least clothe herHt'lf.! thing.the state Is *" well 'supplied .J

in the Ontario warehouse. | ;15 to 18 feet deep and were still being I Everything had 'been prepared 'Tor ;'I'\
At the Monarch Refrigerating Come : J swept seaward at the time Surfman DOBSON i the wedding und' the hrldogi'nom'( wan top l Is found here., including, machine '.; ,
pany's plant he learned 00,000.000 I] Porter reached them When Surfman ) in-the edifice. The altars were ablaze parts, tanks, und body parts' ; butterie ,
eggs/ 358,000 pounds of cheese and 1 Porter reached the beueh together: DobRn I. June 25.-Fred Andrews A quiet wed.linlbut/ one around with cundliiH. and electric lights in every magnetos and wire, oils, grease, ;!ii <
I visited friend in Olustee Sunday af- which much cordial interest centers gaskets tires of various makes \ J '
more than 2,000,000( pounds of poultry : with Miss Bradby and Mr. Hoffman I part. of the alll'ilmt.caLh".Ir'1 were' und a\
in ternoon. 1| wus that of Miss Tlielma Si-hell and SIzeS, sheet rubber, packing stuff, cement
were storage. 1 ]he found that some civilian had lighted. The bride tinted up the
lIe found millions of pounds of candy brought i : the life boat to the water's A party wa given at the home of 'Mr. Robert Urban Spearman" the cereinony main aisle but hud riot gone fur before' and I"'trill'S. Arid) every kind) (1'tl j

at the Chicago/ Cold Storage/ Ware- ;, ,edge. This boat is 18 feet in length, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hurst Saturday j being/ performed, Saturday at the priest viewed the gown, orderedthu !r of tool und appliance that u cur owner ",fl\
house; $50,000,000 worth of sUl/'ar'1/ j I weigh's from 400 to 500 pounds car- night/ and quite a large/ crowd of high! noon at the home of Mrs W. G. : lights out und Kent her home to : 1100(15. s r{

flour canned goods and eggs at the' ries 9 foot oars, and is intended for a young f.lks attended j Hall, Rev II. Logan pastor of the I UKNume other garments The mitr- While thin I U primarily u Funl n i
First Methodist church officiating.I .
Soo Terminal Warehouse, and another i[ (crew of two to'three men. Noting the Miss Cully fyobson of Sapp, attend ( / riuge ceremony then was performed. agency any make of automobile can "h.
$50,000,000 stock of food at the Booth i| roughness of the surf, Surfman Por- ed services at Cypress Grove Sunday. I' bride js the only. daughter of -._ .. -.-- - be repaired. here on short, notice. (3. tI J

Cold Storage/ plant, i ter called for one volunteer to assist Mr. and Mrs 11[. H. Burnt made a Prof and Mrs. F. (i. Si-hell!'; of Luke ( .fto.U1.1";; ; I; A. Anderson presides, over the repair r

As to coffee he saw mines and mines'of him in launching! the boat to go/ to business trip to Lake Butler Thurs- 'Butler and is known throughout the department, n "isted by W, Moitt 11,

it, as he expresses it, but nothingon the assistance of Mr. Mudge and Saul day. I!' ]state for her charming personalityand Crosby Lake, June 25.-Rev. and an expert mechanic. The shop in very l'H

the sacks to indicate who the owners Convossor who by this time had boon We to the serious accomplishments, having received Mrs. Ilarni-H, of !Miller, are visiting in roomy tad supplied with every tool .::1;
are. He found $10,000,000 worth'of carried far beyond the reach of the Illness are tlf Joseph sorry Andrews report this week. Degrees l< : in piano and expression from this. Hectiini. and appliance." neededIneludnig. n UO- r,,1

coffee in one warehouse alone; be- buoy and line. Everyone' had now ,Columbia College In 1917, since that Miss Chester Alvarez, and Clayton ton hoist a 10-ton wheel
sides large/ quantities on the tracks. I left the water, and although/ 15 or 20 Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Driggers/ / and i \time being a successful music teacherin Crawford were visiting Minn Louise vulcanizing/ mm'hlne'l'he wheel! pros "a:'
While coffee has steadily been In. would volunteer children Mr. and Mrs\ Judson Hurst | her home town. She. wan beautifully Mcliae Sunday. dons quickly und without injury to
men were present none
creasing/ price there has probably to assist Surfman Porter with Misses Susie and Nita Hurst Miss : attired in her traveling; suit of Rev Barnes l U conducting a week'smeeting the wheels whet otherwise would,) haveto u

been enough/ of it stored in Chicago'to / '' the boat. He therefore attempted Dora Andrews attended services at ,seine tricotirie with accessories to at Pine Level church, assisted bo aceomplixlicil, by meant of destructive '\ ,

supply a large part of the countryfor the launching single handed and after Cypress Grove Sunday. I
months. '', about twenty minutes of hard work, Misses Mae and Agnes Johnson vis. 1 1 this occasion -..-- -- -- . New cars aro received here all oftenas "

Eighty-one importing firms and' got outside the surf though/ the boat ited Miss Susie Hurst Sunday after II i Mr. Spearman is a successful cm. ii'WORTII: LEAGUE PROGRAM the great factory In Detroit can "
in in Chi- I'I noon. I Atlantic Line Ruil- FOR SUNDAY NIGHT send them, or If It ('anllto ,
dealers have tea storage/ was filled to the seats with water', |loye> of the Coast a pinch a }'.
cago./ At one warehouse Delaney saw I'I he finally cleared the breakers. He Miss Pearl Mikel and brother' way Co., and has a large circle of' I car could be assembled on the spot ';

140,000 boxes of tea and six floors J bailed the boat out and rowed out a John and George attended the 'party I friend who will bo glad to welcome Subject-Weak Points in our League' from tho parts kept In stock.

packed to the ceiling with nothing but distance estimated to have been one- at Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hurst on II his bride to the city. Mr and Mrs to he Strengthened.Song. : I This is also a service station where ,f'

tea and coffee. There are 70 poundsof ,, fourth of a mile and picked up Mr. Saturdujr night. !Spearman' are at home to their friends I automobiles may be supplied with r,

tea in a box.: !1'Sludge/ who had had sufficient pre. Gordon Johnson of Dobson, madea at 103 East Magnolia Street.-Lake. Prayer. I gas oil and water. ,:"
Political conventions won't have togo 1 sence of mind not to struggle/ but business trip to Lake Butler last land News. Scripture, Acts 0:1-8.: The whole business U In one big "1"

/ far for paramount issue this year. had turned his back and had been Saturday. --- ---. Solo--Mm. Adkins. room which is kept clean anI, order.. .tM'
upon I
Hoarding and profiteering is such an Weak I'oints of First Department- ly. It III an eNtublixhiiKmt Stark"W,
Surfman
during the time
floating/ Miss Lossio Hurst and brothers,
issue and the remedy must be found ATTORNEYS: FORM PARTNER. Ruth Diggs. may well feel proud of and a walk .'
Hoffman
in Mr.
Porter was bringing/ Slator and Colson, attended servicesat
Slur! Vocal Duet William Struth and through It will interesting
and applied.-Capper's Weekly i prove \
| and Miss Bradby. Surfman Porter
Cypress Grove Sunday. ,.
: Walter Kuhl. Tho M. sr((. Anderson are courteous I.
i then turned and sometime in
ARMOUR-MACWORTII spent fhnnie Hurst made a business tripto Work of Second Department Hilda and honorable gentlemen.
for Convossor! who in the Messrs. J. V. Walton and A. V. They ,
:arLh'ng{ Lake Butler .
have
Friday.Albt'l.t Struth. been in business in Starke for
meantime had gone/ down.. lie wuspresently Long, the, well known local attorneys
A very pretty but quiet event oflast obliged to give this owing Stafford of Sapp, attended have formed a partnership, under the n'ading-Mn. Johns many years and we have yet to hear
evening'was the marriage/ of Mrs. : up church at Cypress Grove Sunday.Mr. firm name of Walton & Long What I. Required of the Fourth the first complaint against the firm. :
to symptons of complete collate and Mrs. Jesse Vinlng/, of Lake It will he
Bula Wainwright MacWorth and Mr. Department-Helen I Diggn. of interest to many to 'i
therefore Pulot !
the of Mr. Mudge. He Mr. Walton being a native '
William Nelson Armour, which took ( on part Butler were visitors to Hawthorne Song-No. 188./ know that after August fat the eele- \!
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carried Mr. Mudge to shore then kan and hainlalrf'ady/ met with
place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Tuesday and Wednesday While there : Benediction.COMMI'NITY. rated "Fordson"! tractors will bskept 1
made another launching and spent splendid success in the legal profession -
they attended a fish) fry at Lorhloosa for sale
by Messrs A,
W. and
F. Burke on Ashley street. I .--- ,
hour in unsuccessful search | and Col.! Long, being: States At.
decorat. nearly an lake, returning home Wednesday. ; : FAIR ORGANISED G. A. Anderson,
The home was attractively ., p
I for Convossor.'l Mr. and Mrs Dan Hurst of Lake torney for this circuit and being wide .;,
ed with and garden flowers '
palms j with whom I have ly known through this section as a
and the impressive ceremony was performed I "All witnesses City visited his parents Mr. and : County Agent: J. O. Traxler and kindness during the lllnuss and death ,j
talked are unanimous in lIayinathat Mrs. N. H. j lawyer of marked ability, the partner. Home
Rev. Dr. Fred Marsh pai- Hurst Sunday. i' Demonstration Agent, Miss of our beloved son.
tor of by the Union Congregational j I I) Mr.- Hoffman, Mill Bradby and Mr. Alton Driggers of Dobson attended ship will prove of mutual advantage, Myra Her long, assisted by District Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Padgett. Mr. and I I
drownedbut i and for the legal firm
have bespeak new
church Mudge: would certainly services at Cypress Grove last we Agent: E W. Jenkins, of Gainesville, Mrs A. G. Padgett Mr. and Mrs E.
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Mrs. C. C. Higginbotham: Mr. Clyde fur the intervention of Surfman Sunday. II still greater success and prosperity organized a community fair in Commiaaioners C. Jordan, Misses Gracie, AIII and
'Porter. Considerable weather conditions William D. Hurst of vi,, -Palatka Times-Herald.
Gardner and Mrs. Davis rendered a Dobson District No.1. at Providence Luebudy Padgett.MATINEE. ,
beautiful program of wedding music the state of the surf, and lack. ited hla brother Judson Hurst of Palestine :' Wednesday of this week p
tbebridal of assistance I consider Surfman Porter's Friday afternoon. 1 D. C. William was elected president PARTY
march ss I
the wedding
rendering DEATH OF JEFF PADGETT
work in this Instance to be the
entered. Joseph Andrew made a business and general manager: W. L. ,
The party bride entered with her niece, best piece of single-handed/ rescue trip to Math Hurst Friday after Blair vice president, and Mrs. A. L. Miss Mary Shaw entertained; a few (
work that has yet been performed by Early Sunday morning June 13th,
of
'Mrs. her In noon. 1. Driggers secretary-treasurer. A con. her friend yesterday afternoon i
D. who
F. Clark gave
any member of our Corps during its Mrs Elizabeth Vining Is visiting the angel of death visited the home of stitutlon wan adopted making the faira with a matinee party complimenting

marriage. informal seven years of existence. Surfman her son in Lake Butler this week and Mrs. J. C. Padgett, of the permanent organization. her visitor Miss Ella Mae Haznn of
Following the ceremony an ben member for three Brooker section, and laid his cold
whichan porter has a While there she will visit her niece in Brooker. '
reception was held served.during years has been a strong Supporter of Johnstown before returning to her hand on the brow of their von Jeff. HONORS I BRADFORD MAN The matinee at the Lyric was en.joyed s'
ice
course was the Corps, has performed much val- home. lie had been In ill health for the past '.
and Mrs. I and afterwards a delicious Ice
During the evening Mr. has stood 112 houn sen nine* months and had been confined to'
uable work, ---
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Judge l is
Armour left for Atlanta, where theywill Kelley about all shrewd a course was served at Miller's.Later .
the beach tower in his bed six months and all that medical
tinel guard duty on BAPTIST there ,
make their future home. They campaigner as ID In these parts the party enjoyed a pleasant
national honors attention could do
have wide circle of friends who will all, and shared first and loving care lIe had no trouble in carrying every motor ride around the city. The
a with Surfman Harper in 1918." There will be the usual services wan of no avail although he was only In his for
learn with interest of their marriageand county rare State Attorney guests departed declaring that they
will wish them .-Times I both morning and evening next Sun 18 years of age. and can go higher than that four hud hud a pleasant afternoon.
ENTERTAINS ,
Union. MRS. LONG TilE day at the Baptist church. The pastor The deceased was a very popular years from now if he wants to.-Mad Gainesville Sun June IClh.
LEAGUE i is expected back from Alachua young man and had he been spared, ison Enterprise. --.

ATTENTION! W. O. W. where he is singing and comiui ting bid fair to have developed a character Judge: Kelley Is from this county a The city commissioners; of Penna-

Wednesday eveninathe Epworth the music for revival services assisting of Christian manhood. Of near relative von of Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. E. Kelley. cola, appropriated money to pay rat- ,

All members who can possibly come League had a delightful! social at the Pastor Moncrief. he leaves to mourn his depar After a satisfactory service as county catchers as pun of the campaign of

are requested to attend the meeting residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Long, A cordial invitation is extended. toall. lure beside his par'ntone/ brother, judge of Madison county he Is now extermination of the rats the result
I
of All Friends Camp No. 138 tonight on N. Walnut street, this being the L Mr. A. G. Padgett and four sinters nominated state attorney for hU dis of two death here from what is believed -

(Friday of great mo- second of the weekly socials arrangedfor Mrs E. G. Jordan and Misses Gracie, trict. Well done, Jim. to be bubonic plague, Dr. C.
) Questions
- ment to the and the W. O. W. the summer months. was assisted In serving ice cream and I Sallie and Suebedy Padgett. The bereaved L. Williams, public health nervine!
camp wafers by Mr. L. A. Davis Mrs A. relatives have the sincere CARD OF
order will be discussed.J. About thirty guests spent a very sympathy THANKS bacteriologist, declared that there
W. I pleasant evening with games music H. Freeman Misses Margaret! ; Long of all In their sorrow was no danger of the disease spreadIng -

MORGAN.Clerk.. and social conversation. The hostess I Louisa Diggi and Ruby Davis. A FRIEND.aassa..a"eeac7t.aa We thank, the many friends for their if proper precautions were taken.



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\ l. .. ; Dr. I. II. Hunter was in Gainesville j Math Koberts was In town Saturday
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on business Friday. .

- 'T' --.. -..TCounty \ Mrs. E. J. Dowling and Miss Ida i i D. W. Borum spent Sunday in, Val-'
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I Dowling were shopping in Jackson. dosta. .

yule Saturday. I S. S. Proctor spent Saturday night
News Items '
E. J. Dowling was a business visitor ; and Sunday at LaCrosse, preachingtwo
. to Starke Saturday. {
sermons. .
i C. A. Birt and family\ of Hampton I .
spent Sunday with his father, W. Harley Matthews, was a guest of '
Jwtgra.dnFasts Gathered Durlnt the Week br Our Birt. of Louise. p'l Rev. S. S. Proctor Saturday.J. yam'NrJ.

v. "' Regular Correspondent Mrs. J. P. Thomas, of Valdosta, Is I II S. Brown, of Miller, motored to !
' I the guest of her sister, Miss Emily Lake Butler :Monday afternoon.P. .

t' -- Haynes. She returned Wednesday, I M. Padgett motored to Starke
leaving her little daughter, Lorine, to Monday.
fe BROOKER Mr. Hendrix, of Starke, was attend. I
spend a week with relatives G. W. Alderman has purchased an
. W r, r, ing to business here ,part of last -- Overland Four.

+ ": 'Brooker, June 25.-Rev. Hayes, of week. LAKE BUTLER B. Y. P. U. met in regular session
Gainesville, filled big regular appoint- Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Price were Sunday evening, Blanche Alderman,

\ ment here Saturday and Sunday at in Graham Wednesday afternoon.. I I Lake Butler, June 25-The Woman's leader. .

the Advent church. J. J. Morgan was in Gainesville on Missionary society met !in regular ses Rev. W. C. Armstrong delivered an
Messrs. E. T. Stewart, L. W. Sowell I
Tuesday. lion Wednesday afternoon at four interesting sermon Sunday morning
and E. J. Ward, who are working at Ellis Clemons: of Wauchula, was in o'clock, Mrs. C. A. Register, leader, and evening.Rev. ? It
Willeford, spent the week-end with town last week.U. I and interesting program; rendered. W. C. Armstrong and .> C. F.

their families D. Johns, of New River, was in T. H. Rimes, of Miller, was a business l.i l. ., Rivers motored to the State Farm
Dr. G. II. Carefoot, of Worthington town Saturday. visitor to Lake Butler Monday Sunday afternoon.

made a professional call here Friday Mr. Lamb, of Worthington, was in afternoon. Mrs. Mary E. Wertz has returned

afternoon. town Monday"afternoon.. George Spires, of Midway, was in home after a week's visit with relatives
L. K. Gainey motored to Hampton Mrs. I>. A. Crosby and son, Lyon, town Monday. !in Ocala and Micanopy. THE SHOWIH-WILUMHS rwi"Yes

,r Sunday morning. were in Gainesville Monday. Tommy Dekle spent the weekend Mrs. Mattie Markee returned home
Rand Crews was In town Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Thomas, of Coo- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. after a visit with Mrs. Emma Sunders z

afternoon.. ter Pond, passed through town Tues Dekle. of Gainesville
Ruby Crosby was on the sick list day. Mrs. A. C. Strickland and daughter T. J. Dekle has returned home after

Wednesday and Thursday. G. B. Colson made a business tripto Ella Mae, visited \Mr. and Mrs spending several days at Orange
,t H. P. Gainey spent Sunday and Starke Wednesday. T. It. Rimes, of Miller last week. Springs.

Monday in Jacksonville. P. A. Crosby was taken to Gaines Dr. A. S. York, of St. Petersburg, Miss Estelle Rosenberg spent several t pA L t 479nis
: Ardell Crosby spent Sunday in yule last week for an operation. Las t and O. 1V. :Maines of Mounteocha days last week at Orange Springsthe
Gainesville at the bedside of his fath stated he Is much better. of Miss
reports spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. J. E. guest Christine Townsend.
t'r. who is In the hospital recovering; Rand Crews was in town Monday Maine Robert Collins and mother returned

from an operation.Mrs. Afternoon. | Mrs E. R. Marshburn and children to Pensacola after a pleasant visit C- Irr, dfltua ta ;
Reddish and child, of Lawtey, C. W. Colson, of Pine Hill, was in 'ileturned to their home in Chattahoo- I with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Townsend. l lAtr raY krM As ..I
'; spent Friday and Sunday here at the town one day last week. chee last week Mrs. J. M. :Mann !
after visit returned home
a pleasant
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home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone. i
i Mrs T. B. Shirley spent Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thursday afternoon from Ludowicl,
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,t Mack Kelly, of New River, was In :' with her daughter, Mrs B. Sapp, of I''' Alderman Ga. She was accompanied by her

, town Saturday afternoon. New River. I Mrs. W. 1 M. Johnston and daughter, father, Mr. Howard.
(
Miss Vera Surrency, of Pine Hill, Herbert New River .
Rouse motored. to Nellie Mac, are visiting relatives !in ''lull
, , was in town shopping Saturday, Monday afternoon. 1 Maeclcnny this week. GRAHAM; "

r t Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren, ofZifT F. L. Turner, of Starke, was transacting Mrs. M. B. Coachman, of Tarpon i.1:
!, were In town Saturday afternoon business In town one day last: j!, Springs, is the guest of her daughter, Graham, June 25.-Miss: Minnie 'j
I 1 G. B. Colson motonjl to Starke last week. I l\\Ir.\ Dowling returned
? J. L. Wise, for several weeks. from Jacksonville
stf. Wednesday. Don't forget to attend the revival 1 11! John and Henrietta Padgett visited Thursday.Babe ')
Mr and Mrs. Murphy Price spent services at the Free-Wjll Baptist JjMrs. J. D. Alderman in Jacksonville : )sand Math :McKinney were :
l the week-end with relatives in Starke. church, conducted by J. A. Blanton, I this week. I business visitors here Saturday. I buy all my paint by the label rather than by i
Miss Laura Lewis is the sick I the color because I know this label be relied **
on
of Surrency, Ga. | Mr. and Mr J. W. Townsend Myrtie McKinney visited in V.'aldo can upon. :
lint. Harriet Ritch, of Starke spent: and children returned after Saturday. //i
| a pleasant )
Mr. and Mrs. L. Morgan and children part of last week here the guest of Prescott S
visit to Orange Springs. Levy of Zilwa., here on W PSHERWINWILLIAMS
spent the weekend at Sampson
Virginia Weeks. business .
Mrs R. U. Spearman, of Lakeland Wednesday.The
z' Robert Price, of Starke, spent Friday Mr. GUloxpie, of Lake Butler, was I is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Woodmen Circle met here Fri ( HOUSE PAINT)
4 and Saturday at the home of his in town on business Tuesday. \Mrs. F. this day.
Schell. week.
,V brother, Murphy Price. Mr. and Mrs. Ritch and children, of I Sire S.q.S. Proctor spent Friday at ,' \Mrs Elando Maines and Marcia Is a guarantee of service and quality, backed by the weIlt t
Dogan Nabb, of Sampson, Is visit' Starke Thursday here known manufacturers of '
spent at the Johnstown the guest of Mrs. Henry Turner of Mounteocha, were visitors paint Cover-the-Earth Products.
Ing here this week home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks. I here
Clyde Ward, of Jacksonville Is hereon Yarns I Il1a'rk r. Friday. We have on hand a large assortment of colors and
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'r&' a week's visit with relatives and' Tomlinson of Johnstown, was Mrs. Bessie Wynn and daughter, ran supply you. Come In and let us help :you select a
HAMPTON:
Thelma
returned to their home Tuesday -
friend. i greeting friends in* town Monday afternoon suitable shade.

t I.. W. Sowell and II. C. Surrency June 25. and .
Hampton, -:Mr. :Mrs Joe
Prevail, of Starke
here
+ Mesdames F. A. Scott was
W. J.
p motored to Hampton Sunday after. J. D. Kirk, of Graham, were visitors son, Brownlee and Limbaugh Epper, of Saturday.Mr. Quigley Lumber .& Supply Co.

noon. to Hampton Tuesday Starke, Miss Herlong and Sheriff and Mrs. Geo. Jackson, of Crys.
i Rury and Rance Johns of Ep
Hampton, Mrs. L. D. Ross and little daughter tat River, were business visitors
Sat.
.y were visitors to Lake Butler
1 were in town Saturday afternoon on Ardru left Tuesday for Lees person urday. .
Monday afternoon.
business burg, where will make their-future - -
they

Fred Hazen motored to Gainesville home Mr Albert of Albany, Ga., is the Jesse Ogden: left Saturday for Na- r
Thursday. guest of her mother, Mrs Onie Pans, tale where he has secured a position..
j.. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan spent Fri Misses Ella Ogden
of
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Jesup Ga.
this week. ,
: I Mabry Harrcll ,
of Old Bradford
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day and Saturday with friends and
and niece
I Mrs Mattie spent the week
P T. J. Townsend and children
r was in town Thursday. relatives at Theressa.
with relatives at
II, ;; E. II. Andreu, Sr. who is are visiting in Palatka this) week. Cryal.
employed
I Mrs. E. C. Nichols, accompaniedby 1 Ira
?l at New River, spent the week-end Miss\ Gladys Frank left Tuesday Mrs. Henry Sprinkle and Mrs. Albert here Saturday.Riley, of Zilwu shopping Pull Together for an
here with his Henderson spent a few days very
family. t
for Jacksonville where they will spend H.
F. Price of Starke
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64 was here
pleasantly at Salt Springs
C.
M. Andreu, of Bradford, was InIt several weeks .
1 town Monday Mrs. G. W. Hicks was transacting; M. M. Hale, of Worthington, was. a Saturday.T.. American Merchant MarineThe
W. Wasdin and
I I family, of Wal
; business visitor to Lake Butler !Mon
Dr. Tribble and E. S. Gainey, of LaCrossc business in Starke \Monday, do, visited relatives Sunday. ,
were in town Sunday:! after Mrs I. H. Hunter has returned to day.Clyde Mrs Annie Hillard
Trailer and children re. war resulted In the creation
spent the weekendwith of a great merchantmarine
noon. her home, after a short visit with her I
l' T. C. llazcn, who hag been very ill, mother in Gainesville his parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. Trax- turned to Trilby Monday.A -10,000,000 tour of American ships which cost u. t,
: ler. crowd of young people enjoyed a $3.0<( ),(00.00i) >. '
is <
still the sick
,. on list. A. M. Williams was transactlnA'I
trip to Santa Fe
Friday
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen and children business in Starke Saturday Herbert Priester spent Sunday with nightMessrs. Everybody agrees that we must keep this Met on the t
J. R. Beville
J. A. Graves
11 of (line Hill, spent Sunday afternoon I Mrs. Thomas, of Alachua county, his family. J. D. Kirk and wife seas. l!
visitors
'J here at the home of Mr. and' t Is spending a few days with friends Mr. and Mrs. Cook are at the homeof the county seat Wednesday were to If we full back to pre-war conditions-when only 9 per

,,,' Mrs. T. C. liazen. I I I this week.lr. Mr. and Mrs A. C. Strickland this Bob Surrency visited Brooker cent of our foreign trade was carried In American ships- i
\Mr. and !Mrs. G. B. Colson and son, W. E. Middleton, of Starke, week and Mr. Cook will install a Del urday on business. Sat We Hliall be In the position of a department store whose \.
Ressie, were In the Pino Hill( section''I made several professional visits to co light plant in the Farmers and Tom Graves and wife of goods are delivered In Its competitor's wagons.
\ Savannah
Sunday. j: Hampton this week. Dealers Bank. Ga., are visiting their Congress is considering legislation which will perpetuate ,r
71 : Clifford and Madaline Hazen are on :Mrs. W. B. Roper left Tuesday for I The O. E. S. met In regular session Truby Dyal, one of parents.Uncle Sam's our war-bulit merchant marine. i

the sick list this week. I II Hague, where she will be the guest Tuesday .ft..rnoon.t the Masonic boys, returned to Charleston, S. C. Until this la den the chips we have should not tM sold
II Mrs. Gainey, who has been visitingut I of Mrs. J. A. McKolskey for several t :' building.: Wednesday.O. to face conditions which, prior to the war, resulted In the i i.,

LaCrosse and Lake Butler, return weeks | Miss Ina Alderman left last weeki W. Dyal was a business visitor decline. of our merchant marine to Insignificance..
vI od home Friday I|I Sire B. Y. Saxon, of Green Cove( i for Asheville, N. C. to Starke Monday. This Committee calls attention f'
to
these facts
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone and chit Springs, is the guest of her mother, The Woman's Club met Monday af- Will Jones, John Surrency and W. right solution of our shipping problem Is vital because a .
to the future Z
I. spent Sunday with relatives at Brad- ::: Mrs. Hester Jones this week. i ternoon at 4 o'clock Mill Marshall H. Gurney visited the prosperity of ;
dren and Mrs. Reddish of Lawtey, I I Miss Maire D.I. of Jacksonville,1!! Proctor, presiding. After a short boa Saturday. county seat and prosperity| shipbuilding of the nation, but, equally vital to the safety j

I ford. I{, was the guest of her cousins, Misses\ l iness session Sin: Maineg president Misses Onie Graves, Alma and Robert Send for free
j! i l Charlie Cone, of Pine Hill, was i in I May and Evelyn Jones this week. of the W. C. T. U.. presided and an Price and LeLand Dukes visited- Marine." cap' of "For an American Merchant r,
'i here Thursday morning. I; Mr. McEwen and family left Tuesday instructive W. C. T. U. program was Frances Murrhee Monday. r

, '. Lester Pinholster, of Pine Hill, wan a for Lvesburg where they expecti rendered. Delicious refreshments Misses Grade, Leta and Linnie
, ] town Saturday. i make their future home. served by Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Wise left Monday for Gainesville where Fogg Committee of American Shipbuilders f
I Mr. and Mrs L. F. Surrency and The city authorities are making improvements and :Mills Hattie Fowler.Mr. they will attend the normal SO CHURCH
,\ linn, Earl, of Plant City, are here on on the streets. They are and Dire P. M. Padgett and Mrs.. Jessie Jones visited Gainesville STREET: NEW YORK CITY

, i\; A visit with relatives ditching and grading Main street i in children spent the weekend with relatives Saturday. Z
;v 11\ Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell are occupying front of the Masonic Temple. in Gainesville. Claude Birt and family, of
I the PinhpUter boardinghouse Miss Lucile Johns of Starke is the Claude, Odom, of Jacksonville, left ton spent the week-end with Hamp.relit M-
guest of her cousin, Miss Irma Johns, Tuesday afternoon, after a pleasant tives. L;
\ Mrs. I. W. Thomas, of Pine Hill, j I this week visit with his!! parents, Mr. and Mrs Zora Dyal and children -
was in town Thursday Mrs. :Matt Hall\, of Theressa was F. P. Odom. week-end with Willis spent the weekend with his family. I at ,
Dyal of Starke. party Cryal Friday night.
0\ Alvin Clomong was in town Sunday! transacting business in Hampton on : A E. Proctor spent Tuesday i In L. G. Barry, of Gainesville, spent tor Jake to Jacksonville Roberts was a business visi-l I Messrs. John Thlgpen. Barn

afternoon. Monday. Sapp. the weekend with hid Monday Flower and Ziff wen ,
family: I Lacy Prevatt of ,
, .t Tom Chastain, of I.ake Butler, was Roy Roberti, of Graham, was transacting i Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, of Orlando, Jesse Byrd returned to Tampa Ethel Dyal, of Zil!, spent the week I here shopping Saturday.
I here one day last week business in Hampton Monday motored to Lake Butler last Fridayand Monday. on with her grandparents. I Andrew Sparks of Mounteochi. I

., Mrs. Sutton and children, of Evan are the guests of Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly, of Brooker Arthur Wilder of Natal, is home was here Sunday.,
who have been visiting here for sometime !Mr. Humphries, of Brooklyn was i R. E. Dell. were here Shopping Monday. for a few days. The farmers of section are bus "

I left Monday for their home. attending business here Friday. H. S. Long and son of Five Mil, Mrs. Sam Pons. of Mounteocha Mr. and Mrs Jake Roberts spent with tomatoes and our watermelons.
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Mrs. Reddish of Lawtey. is visiting H. B. Wiggins: was transacting business -I were visitors to town Saturday after tended the W. C. here Friday. Sunday with H. F. Price. -
her Mrs. J. C. Cone. in Starke Saturday. Jesse and Mattie I
noon. Ogden
daughter Frank
Jim Dyal, of WilUford, spent the folds and Oscar Wasdin Rey. 6. R. Swindel made a busines strip
attended the to Hampton Saturday.


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FRIDAY JUNE 25. ''':0'.
PARE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA 0:
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:. Sltiiin.\l; AMONG: ("111(1, E\S: of grain in a year. With corn at I/ pie.
--- -- per bunlitl, every full-grown rut m I When the compost pile Is in tit ,
tit t i Sorehead or chicken-pox, i" common costing Ihe farmer $1.60 pet' Seal for process of composting it is nccef'ai
b-I In all Southern tat(.-, -u>'s Ur. his upk"'-p. However, the los from j to examine. it from time to time to .< .
1\\' : N. W. Snnborn e\'pnHr, poultry rats i iM by no means confined to what I that it is riot fire-farcing.! If it "-
i' t: huRbatidrymnn. It u !leas likely to appear '- they eut. They destroy fully an muchus gettingtuo hot and dry it ms1. 1 b:
) In ploannnt Wl'lIllwl' than In wet they consume. In addition to the I ticcertvary to work the pile over Experience Layer view of i a
1 days of summi-i. !Spring and autumn damage they do in cutiiiK, and,' destroying I I is the bent teacher as to h ,w LEE Cord '
outbreak are seldom) hard to. han food and feed -uppIiiM, the destruction much water to apply. Do not satun.;. "
dye of other faun property and the pile, but apply just enough watrrHO Puncture Fro of '

Sorehead !in a germ dwnase with a the spread) of certain diseases make I it can be squeezed out by heat
period fit ircuhation, and a history their extermination of still more vital pressure by the foot or hand._
similar to. measles in children. Ones importune '; -
attack In nil that comes to any chicks Wliila poisons. traps) etc. hare beensuccessfully WANTS: TKAXI.EK KETAIXE1) -

s If a hen ill exposed to the disease : used in securing temporary
and! does not become ill, it !I. because l'ell..I'from the destructive attacks Much interest and a great deal of
% she had the disease when of this pest, so long as an abundant favorable comment young. There, In a period from 7 to I and unprotected food supply) and the elfurtt of our county agent: J. 0 I
13 dayii after the chicken is Infected shelter i ill furnished but little can be Traxler in behalf of the farmer of ,

before any sores or ulcer appear. 'I done toward their )permanent suppres- Bradford county. In addition to the TIRES THAT
This explains outbreak following\ the | soon "An abundance of food means usual activities associated with his office CORD ,
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11U'lnl01\ breeding stock; birds become many young litters and many litters Mr. Traxler is spending a great;
.'. infected before shipping and develop ':'in a year; a restricted supply means I deal of time and. thought in organization ; II CAN'T PUNCTURE
sorehead several days after ,fewer! young and fewer litters." It, l work |
their ariival, '(I therefore, follows that by the more It ii his belief that only through the
and
t- The source of infection is In the I!extended use of rut-prof cribs barns, I organized community can the people ;i fl' HERE'S only one really puncture-proof tests to prove that Cord economy Cord
r\\" r I blood of the 111 chick, in the scab, and I' etc., and the bettor protection of food realize full benefit either from the I I pncuiiiatic-the Life resiliency were pre ervcd.

in the discharge from the ulcers, and supplies stored in building that are 1 services of their agent or of the experiment I Tread troubles- o common to Cord tires-
81 j from the mucous of noHtrils and the I not rat proof offer the best means off I station helps, which are of Users of Lee Fabric Puncture-Proof Tires eliminated the tread) bcranioas
of these great value and are always available the making of a Lee Cord Puncture-Proof. were practically !
mouth In )preventing iu spread and ,lessening( the production urged the of the tire.
/+ in stamping it out, these facts should : )pent and in so doing strikes at tho The buys clubs, the community fairs Car owners! generally hoped for its routing.Kinlless strong ,long-lived 04 rest

help Dry sunny weather hinder the | very root of the rat evil Of course, I' which are being inaugurated to help experiments( to combine time exclusive They're here now-Lee Puncture-Proof Tires
7 plead' of sorehead. )Damp, dark condition these preventive measures must be the county and state fairs and the organization Ice )'uncture.1'roof feature with Cord otrue- Fabric or Cord-each alone in its class.
arc favorable to it. (supplemented by the use of traps, poi.I j' of the ladies' cooking canting lion: were finally successful. Then, before the
; Sorehead is not caused by filth, I sane, etc., to exterminate the present and sewing clubs under MiAslIerlong'a tire was offered to the public it was subjected Cut the cost of mileage with Lee Puncture-
', damp houacR, prior feeding or low !general II rat population) direction combine to pre to 18 mouths of continuous heurt-breukiug road Proofs.
i V vitality. It is the combination There is also much to be accomplished sent a much more hopeful outlook for
If1? of sorehead with something else that by co-operation and organization : the farmers and their families -n6
makes it serious. in the work of rat destruction. One of the counties in lower 2-E. UteJJ at u

., Sorehead Is spread by insects, mites While it is quite Important that the gia is seeking the services Geor'l -
?' I and mosquitoes, though cases may follow [individual farmer actively combat this county agent. It is to be loped that
] scratches In the mouth or newly pest, organized efforts ban entire our commissioner will not allow us
mado punch marks in the feet. The community repeated with reasonable to be deprived of the leadership of GRIFFIN & JOHNS STARKE FLORIDA
buzzard eats dead chickens, Bore-head frequency will be found ttilf' more ef one who has proved his ability in such ,
ones too and his droppings may bring fective. Temporary relief follows the marked degree; to advance the inter-
the disease, even when! miles from a extermination of the rata on tho farm ests of the farmer and thereby of the W J '\I'

neighbor. premises, but a new rat populationwill county at large.PROGRESSIVE\ Cord or Fabric
There is one remedy that la approved ( soon be recruited from nearby FARMER.
that is, the daily use of flour of farms,-Progressive Farmer. .
sulphur, given in the mash. When -. .-. (ire.. lastrle cbltt fluster L E E

sorehead appears, make your mash 5 SET OUT A BERMUDA PASTURE restore vitality aim enemy by purifying and Tires
I) percent of sulphur, keeping it beforeall rlcblall tie blood. You end toon feel luSu! Di..a :
of the poultry" That is take 05 During the rainy days'! of summer saint Invigorating CIT: ,.-t. Prlo eta
pounds of mufti and add C pound of Is a !good time to start a Bermuda -,
sulphur. Feed this for five days, then pasture according to J. Ii. Thompson, liKAUFOKD J JI
omit the sulphur for two days, continue forage crop specialist at the Florida -
for three weeks. Experiment Station. When land is Bradford June 25T. B. Edwardsattended I C . .. "Smile at Miles"children
Epsom units Is also used by sorm-, available for use as a permanent pasture to business in Gainesville on U-lit
: but should bu used caiefully A clearing Bermuda grass U. a safe choice I Tuesday j
out of the bowels Is always good for planting W. M. Andreu of Jacksonville, was -- -- --- --

treatment in any disease with fever, Bermuda Is hard to gut rid of, but visiting his[ parents, Mr. and 1\1/1. C. wero shopping in Brooker'' our midst Piles Cured In I 6 to 14 DnysDruttlsM
tt but it in JII'I.dII'al'ly and seldom more [if the pasture Is to 1e permanent that M. Andreu a few days of this week last week. Mrs Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton refund mnni-y if PAZO OINTytNT fuili
than once. It can be added to the quality makes it all the more desira J. V. Edwards Is very ill at this Wilf DI'own011 attending to business I was visiting relatives here a few 10 cure Icuhliiit,: Blind Slrcdlna I or ProtniinuH HIM.Inttnntly .
n drinking, water or to a moist mash, so I ble. If it were not hard to get rid of, writing\ in Brooker tiutuiduy. days recently. lustful Bleep relieved after tb lichlni- tit jt! PUtt uunllcnuuo.*. ana you Truce can,-';'
S t, l,. that each chicken of 3 to 4 pounds, get' the grass would not stand pasturing C II. Newsom Wall a business visitor I Those shopping in our section Wednesday There will lie preaching at the Baptist
j 1 -4 traspoonful or ICSM. Under the l! To get a good stand of Bermuda. the to Dukes Saturday j'I I1I' were, Misses: Rhoda and Reba church Saturday and Sunday to tcume,5)CaJt: -IJlWr>t
I' use of Kulphur seine hkkens will fail lund should be plowed, and if )possible \ and Mrs. W II. Han-ell were Brown, Ruby: and Graccy Green and which the public is cordially invitedto COFFINS & CASKETS
s to nhow any symptoms of sorehead, the field should be top dressed with shopping in Worthington Friday i I brother Earl attend. I
i yet they may be having a mild attack well ratted manure before being broken !Mr. and !Mrs. C. W. Edward aspen t 1 I Willie Fowler left last week for !Mrs D. W. Swindel, of Hampton I And a Full Line of If.I
that will prevent them having it later planting can best be done by using Sunday with the latter' parents, Mr. Gainesville where he has secured employment was a visitor here Saturday il Undertake' Supplies
Flour of sulphur is udvined as pre- .itcvim and roots. Cut them Into and \Mis. T. D. Rimes, of Dukes. I ,
caution. For this 2 or 3 per cent fanough. small pieces with a sharp hoc or spade Mr. and Mrs. Dave Duke of Worthington I Sallie: Carter was in Brooker Saturday. Miss Edythe Collins, who has been. AUTOMOBILE! HEARSE
(' Remember that all this treatment mid then drop into the bottom of the were guests Sunday of Mr. attending school at Green Cove returned Always on hand. The bvst service .
1 will not excuse taking proper I furrow, covering them with the next and !Mrs W. D. Harrcll. I :Mr. and :Mrs Jack Good gl! and son, to her home at Lakeside Wednesday at the lowest priced. Special |
'. care of your poultry. Avoid the 4 furrow Whether every furrow or every John Cone and family, of Brooker, I Mr. and Mi'*, Harvey Warren motored aftl'l'noon.Mra. I attention to telegraph or-
disease-infect third should l be were guests at the home of Mr. and Swindel, of Florahome, was t
I I'et) : dink, damp dirty, furrow planted to Starke Friday afternoon era. Registered Embalmer.
ed houses., Sore head. outbreaks reduce will depend on the size of the field !Mrs J. V. Edwards Sunday.C. I Mr. and Mrs Claude Rcnfroc are laid to rest in Hope cemetery here
I laying, stop growth weaken and the supply of roots. If a large B. Barry, of Jacksonville is visiting receiving congratulations over the arrival -I Saturday! morning, Mrs. Swindel had
yuur biui'dmg stock, cut down your II area i is to be planted and the supply of at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. of a daughter. been in ill health for a long; time and DeWITT C. JONES

output ami )profits. Why not stamp roots is limited, drop) them every third W. Barry.J. !Mr and Mrs. Will Andrews!, of New had reached a ripe old age. Sympa: STARKE FLA.
4 I out sorehead ? At least make a beginning furrow D. Rimes was a visitor in our I' River, passed through our burg Sunday thy [is extended to the bereaved ones. I oJiI
Monday.C. I' Tomatoes and plums are leaving pJSl! tl'lpLLiDf f,>D Sllf
section .
\ now by preventive treatment After planting, give the glass some morning enroute to Brooker.i .
--- -. .. care and attention. The results will 1\1. 'Andreu attended to businessin i A. L. Greene was attending to business 1 here daily.
('OIII.1'1TIII: : : R\T EVIL be more satisfying if same cultivation New River Monday. I { in Rrookvr' Saturday. Messrs. H. D. Muy and family, Ji/c. I
and fertilization is given the pasture Secbcr Edwards was a visitor over Keen and family spar} Sunday at ,
J. II, Brown business l-
m The rat is ,one of the worst pests $teamed bone is a good fertilizer to Worthington Sunday afternoon. in Starke was transacting Crys.'.l l lake ei.joying; the bathing. '
with which farmers have to contend I I apply. If these thing are done the Mrs J, II. Shaw and daughter, Miss! Thursday and Friday The farmers of our section have'!
G. II. Fowler
the week-end in
r ]''01' centuries human ingenuity: has yield of grass will be much heavier Edna were visitors in our section Gainesville with spent relatives been taking advantage of the warm DAVISI
been taxed to suppress! them, but in I union-stlie land! U exceptionally rich Sunday. Teddie [ Horace sunshiny days by killing some of the
II Lewis and
l\\1 I spite of innumerable devices in the 1 Disk the Bermuda at least once a Dork Lynn who has been very ill I Stokes! I Gentry grass in their crops I
Friday at
way of Imps' )poisons', etc., the rut has year when the ground b moist This at the home of Steve Hague, U ableto fishing.spent Sampson City Miss: Ruth :McEwen, who is visiting i Eat. 1886

increased in numbers and, de truct- will improve the stand.Bi'imudir return to his work at Alachua. I :Mrs Ida Goodge and Miss Reba her sister :Mrs L. D. Ross, of Hampton I
t' l\'enIH\n. gras combined with les- Preaching services at the home of
spent a few days here recently
Brown
numbered the
are sick list
r On Southern;; farms the greatest )pedvzu is rapidly! gaining popularity< Steve Hague was largely attended on this week. on with friends. INSURANCESTARKE
: damage from the attacks of these Lespedeza is a legume and raises tho Sunday night and all enjoyed the Mr. and Mrs. Ben Saaser spent the
d pi-sts In oil the corn stored In cribs, feeding value of the pasturage besides services. Mr. and Mts. O. W. Thomas spent week-end at Hampton with relatives.Mr. i
+ burn or house They migiate: to the I' enriching the soil. The county Messrs. Williard Raborn and Mabry Sunday in Zit section with their and !Mrs Jim Koon of Waldo,
f 1p. fields and continue their attacks 011';l agent can give you directions for sowing Ilarrell were business visitors, to Lacrosse daughter, Mrs. A. n. Warren were guests. of her parents, Mr. and I
in', : I either the Knowing grain\ or that lospedeza in your locality Saturday. Charlie Fowler, of New River, was Mrs J, P. Padgett, recently.
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which tins'' been in the shock for a con. -.' -, Mr and Mrs R. C. Scarborough re. in Lake Duller Saturday.Mr. I
i nii! ] r Jilc length of time. 1UMUHNG THE COMPOST IIEAI turned to their home in Jacksonville and Mrs J. H. Brown were in ZIFF I
+ Experiments) have shown that a Thursday, after a few days visit with the ClaynQ section Saturday. 1166 cures Malaria Chill and Fever
full-grown rut will on an average consume The composting of stable manure Is friends and relatives.Mrs. Murphy Price, of Brooker, was in : ;; Bilious Fever Colds and LftUHppa. It
about eight-tenths of a bushel"I a somewhat simple matter and Yl.t'hall C. W. Edward and little our section last week.E. Ziff June 25.-Miss Lomie Thomas | kills the parasite that causes the fev
almost endless variations. The daughter, Corene, are spending a few J. Lewis and son spent Sunday spent Saturday and Sunday with her er. It is a splendid laxative and gen
1 Got Keal !MudMien I host My .' basic principles, however, are the days with \Mr, and Mrs. T. II, Rimes in the Ziff section cousin, Miss Altha Lewis eral tonie.-Adv.
Setting Hen" :Mr*. Hannitn."I same in all of the comporting) There Mrs. B. Reddish, Of Raiford. spent Ralph and Vascoe Hazen were In Messrs.! Ellery Thomas and Purvis I
t went into the hen tiouse one mutt be some kind of organic matter Sunday with her daughter Mrs. J. our section Saturday.The Lewis spent the week-end at Midway Butler, spent the week-end with the
4 f morning and found my favorite setter us a foundation material. This maybe V. Edwards. folks of this section are expecting guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Denni- lutter's parents, Mr. and Mr*. Roland

dead., I got real mad. Went to the muck, straw, wl'l'ds. oak leaves or Rev. William Hayes of Gainesville, Elmer Brown, of Virginia to ar- son Thomas.
sy stove, bought,: OIll. HAT SNAP an,1 1 I even branches. of trees, or fish and spent Saturday and Sunday with his The here on a visit to spend the 4th J. W. Lewis wag shopping in Graham ': Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Turner, of Mason .
: in n week I got six-doaj! tats. Everybody 1 i bones This constitutes the basic maI parents, Mr. and Mrs N. G. Hayes.T. of July with his friends, Saturday. I In. , Columbia county, visited "Mr. and
1 who raise ."!tirf "'"IU\.l\ I keep I terlul on which to work. The stable B. Edward. was a business vial. --0 B. Thomas was attending to DUSine Mrs. J. S. Brown Sunday.
RAT SN P" Tin: .i'i. i, 2" ', riV. $1 !! manure! JII the fermenting agent. The tor to Brooker Saturday. Tit ERESS; _s In Brooker SlOturda;,; Mr. and Mrs. Angus Bielling of
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Fold ami gtiar' it d ''iy 11 f1. Jones more nearly pure the excrement or Messrs. T. B. Edwards, O. V. Barry Miss Mary Mott, ol Hague, was the Providence visited the latter's par
and MitchellV, Drg' rAdv.. ; stable manure, the better it will work and W. J, Ward were visitors in the Theressa June 25,-Mr!!, H. E.I weekend guest of her sister, Mrs ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. U, Ititnea, Sat.
; a* a fermenting material. Five Mile section Monday. :Moorer and son, Arthur, are visiting Rosa Kelly. 1 urday.T. .
The method suggested by P II. There will be prayer meeting\ the in Jacksonville this week Rev. J. W. Woods passed! through I H. Waters and daughters Misses -
I' ; DODSON TELLS THE Rolfs IK to place the organic matter, home of Stephen Hague Saturday Mrs. S. U. Woodard and son, Samuel here Saturday enroute to Mounteochato Francis and Minnie Belie, made a
wt, whatever it may be, In a layer not too night Everybody come. were shopping in the county metropolis < fill his appointment.Mrs. business trip to Lake Butler one day
deep to be easily penetrated by the -i inn |BIMM dfc Jul last week Bill Newsojn and (children and last week.
> HORROR OF CALOMEL water which Is applied If the layerof SEEDS FOR FLORIDA Roy l Robert, of the Watcroak. section sister. Altha spent the week-end at Mrs. W. D. Dukes, Jr., l 10 visitingher
rl muck for instance Is about 6 to was [in town Thursday. I Old Bradford guests of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Arthur Douglass
Oldest Established Seed Home
12 inches deep, cover this with stable in State Charlie Phillips of New River was I C. II. Newsom. of Ellcnton.
manure about 3 or 4 inches deep and Send for Catalogue and Free Price List' with homefolks during the week.end'i Ellery Thomas and sister. Miss Lo Miss Ruby Parriah has entered the
Yon Don't Need to Sicken, Gripe, then supply a sufficient amount of waster E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. II. E. Moorer! spent the week-end in i i I mie, left Tuesday for Jacksonville teachers training school IJt the Uni-
1; t' or Salivate Yourself to to carry the organisms from tho Jacksonville. i I i where they will spend several weeks. i versity of Florida in Gainesvlile.I ] ) .
' I StarE Liver stable manure through Into the muck. JACKSONVILLE( 1IORIDA.WATERMILL Earney Dowling of Hampton was I 1 SMILLER _
: If not enough< water ii added, the ma. in our section Thursday. 1 I : illllllllllll."I'4'IIIA.I

tens! Is likely to become too dry and : Mr. and Mrs D. W. Moore< were I '

You're bilious sluggish, constipated :l be:onion HO great as to drive oft thehluble visitors to the county seat last week. !I Miller, June 25.=;rs. U. L. Clyatt 1 I DON'TThrow
Y t (Tou f breath bad, skin tallow I the orgamsms. If too much water i III Lucile spent a few days last -
hour, your your P. P Dekle passed through our burg: week at a while with her mother. Mrs! J.
t and you believe you seed vile, dangerous applied the beneficial organisms: cannot last week enroute to their home in Louise with relatives A. Reaves of Winter Garden i
calomel to start liver and liowvln. I work and some of the detrimental Lake Butler :Mrs Lula Earquett and little Raleigh away your old

I 't i gUt liero's for a my bottle guarantee of DodHoiT! Auk lour drug-Ton nyi" lsms will .be able to< work in adovtrurtive Mrs. Ida Goodge and son left Friday d.ul1'htretarll'aret.: of Jacksonville Alberta Biclling and Lota and, of sisters Providence Misses -, -0 shoes, have then repaired. -

and take a spoonful toni gbt If it | way.The to visit her friends and relativesnear are spending a few days here with attended church here Sunday night Will make
I doeont! tart your liver and straighten | building up) of a compost heap Starke.Mr. her brother S. R. Swindel. Mr.( and Mrs H. B. Clyatt, of Llv them like new. PAr-
you right up bettor than calomel and uimiitU !In making repeated layers a_ and ;Mrs W. R. Hodges and W. A. Jones wa a visitor to Oak spent the weekend with Mr. eel post one way. We
without griping' or making you sick I described above, and continue to "wa- .-- --- Brooklyn Friday Mrs. D. L. Clyatt.Messrs. and I buy old shoe
' ,- want you to go lack to the store and .I.T down" as indicated. With the usI No W'oi ms In a Healthy ChildAll J Zeigler, of Miami, i is yr>,ting rclatives ( Carl Brown and Earle
.
JVe-
cat your money.Take ., I Florida temperature, it will and friends
re- here for few
a Electric
days Shoe
J calumet and tomorrow children trouhk-d with warm have! M uo- left last for Gainesville SHopF.
t feel weak and today sick and nauneatad.Dont you. "ulrv only three to six weeks to make I health color which" lultmrt. poor blood Bad ass S. R. Swindel made a bugines strip where they will enter ) ,
Florida
win : rule,there is men lees stomach dlaturtNince. University. F.
n oompfo.o composting of the ordi or to Hampton Saturday. C. HOLUNGS WORTH, Prop.
i lose a duy. Take a spoonful) of 1 CiKOVE'S TASTtLESS ctllll aicJgivenreuutaiyhat.oor . .
tuuinlese, vogctuMo IXxlHon' Liver Ton "pry materials It will require a some thrwmwkt! enrich the blautl. Improve :Mr. McKinney and family, of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrish I I'll 11 inn ii n ,.M i n *
i tonight and wake up feeling splendid. ;! what longer time to compost sonic of chefllji.. nlan.ail rut 1'a CmMrmlSlrt-ntih Starke, have moved to our little town. Dukes visited[ the of I
t It .U perfectly harmless) so give It to your the materials that are! especially resistant -i mtnsTaolcta" I"-*whole. 111'8'- Nature will then. Mr. McKinney Is in the cross-tie bus. Mr. and Mrs T latter'. parents, We are proud of the confluence\ doc
children mT time, It cant "U"ate [ to decay, corn husks for exam- thnnroaurdlspelth..uemeeudth.ChUdwath.In werhct .health PL' "mt u. take. We uer"hoI!- mess. here and we welcome them In Mr. and Mr*. John It. Waters Mott. Sunday. I tors, druggists and the public: have in
of Lake ,
666 Chill and Fever TVIIC.4dv.a .
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GOMPEirS DEFEAT tal service." ,. tion of good roads, but when you compare last May, it was alive with rat*. They I ,inrr-rit .t the d..t. of the. luuane of inch. i .NOTICE OF -fcPFCIAL MA8E'I-ALK V

:Military training in the schools the present time with the situation had (rpawed the upholxterinir. We ,, p.rtthrot. in the Bern of Unknown.lintaw 1 Notn' 10 h-rrvpy Riven r ,I I.u'.r.p
ftaid 0rrtifle1 shell I* nitanttHllueordine and in certIn .
Endorses Government was condemned as "the first step in that existed ten years ago there cleaned them out in ft week with HAT la l.w. tax deed will\ IMU ttonwn '"**" of forfcl.wure I.u..ne and .nit" ', mode .

.Mr Federation the development of mechanical and is no sane man but will admit that SNAP. I prefer this rat killer bwuune on th. :6th lUr of July A. I>. 1PE4. i I mid rendered on the vntn day of May, A. I>. "
O'n.-n.hip of Roads 1: obedience WitnMft mr official. nmniiiurr and oral this 19 '1>. In and l.r the ('I"ul Court of Alaehua .
I| unquestioning which resultsin van improvement has already result it comes in cake form no mixing. I the Slot day of.June. A. I'. lI. 1 I County. In the .: Jud..1 ('I"ul rfFlorida. ,.

II I! the killing of initiative." Military ed. :Neither" is there anyone who Saves dirtying hands and plates." 25c: W. T. V.EKK8.Clrrk In chanovry. in ..Ia e .

lontreal, June 17.-The American I I Draining was also declared "unneces" would deny that just as far a* the tiDe '1. Sold and guaranteed' by D. C. 1 Circuit Court.II,. KrMlfnrri C A KNIGHT.Co. FlnrMn. Store therein pending Company whereIn a Corporation 1'entnaular!I. Naval ComiJainnnt \

leration of Labor' endorsement to. ,, sary, undesirable and unAmerican. state has money to spend in reasonable Jones and Mitrhcll's Drug Store-Adv ,, 8-Z51It.7.t8. f Ideal!: ) m-.ul: Clvrk.NOTICE ami A. A. MrKae and M P. Me ,
--- -+--- amounts for the .Rae, hi. mift?, The Flmt NMttoml flank of I
ownership of the furthering system -
of government I I .
[ < Corporation. W.
a
Iroads at its annual convention here suciUAL IXTKAV..G: >NCI: of good roads, this should be done. CIFKK-8 REPORT OF FINAL DIRCHAHGKNotie '1 ..In..I... In I.ankruptcy of th L Dn.. ..
!I. hrrrbx riven that vlxty riar
Plarke. Fla.. May 7, 1920. *
What the I'A.i A. Mrltae. bankrupt. Vlnrlnla-Carollna
declared by labor leader tonight people of Florida want to I fivm the .. riibllrallun. lirwwf I will 1
< I RetMnrt of the clerk of the Circuit Court In fli t pro- i! Chemical Company a Corporation C. W. ,
have been the firtt genuine defeat I inuel A state. that has; as many people do, in my opinion is to keep their feeton and for Bradford' county, Florl.la, on account I I> ..tit ti> the County Judir. nf Hradford County. liartlofton Cirnipany a Corporation. Iteaiiley .
the of TaxeB assessed for the year IVlBiR. :!I Mortila.' my final areounta atid vmicher* rfth I I I ,.. ...
has ground and not be Sb Company, a Corporation. Frank
it* president much needs swept away .
Gomper, and an money as it can M. DOWIJNO. entat.* of J. W. Norman late of I'rariforilcounty ,
final I by their enthusiasm. While the debts d........ and apply for 1ti. approval Wood (:ll'."'. a Corporation, Rt-rhli-on Hat ,
'cred in ytarf. The vote was afford to be self reliant. If its legislation lax Collector. "" ': Company, a CorMrat.ntit| i.lnu K Alien aaxfcutor
I which have bi-en created as the resultof County Proper of .aim and for my Anal dUcharr* a> ,u'h' ..f th. Ratal nf M A. Baker, dt- ;
059 for g-overoment ownership, pleases its own people every.body May 1. to bal due . ._......_..__..I1.!IU.7I1 ailmlnltlrMor.Thu . CeaaM. H. I'attrmon. J. .
I 8.349 against.< else may whistle. Hut Florida the war" run up into such figuresas Hy amt collected _ __-_.._.....__*,-.5si.5' 4A mli) day: rf Jo.,. 1H 0.J. I .. Wil..m. William J Nclntm.AI..nd..r co-part- ,
I: .
.The decisive vote, it U reported, has neither as many people or as much to be incomprehensible to the human June 1. to hal due _......u.u__-. K.8aRaad of lb. ..*.1'..:....NORMAN.Admlniotnilor of J. W.. Nor.man. 'In..ra d.iltipt.uine, Hancock*. an N.* E.Company Turp-rntln, Corporation CupCompany
mind. it still remains mil- a
the labor chief to state be. money as it needs and so it met by that a and Brldaa Dlstrlcl N. I di-cranod. 6lSPtU I-. J. Taylor 11..h.Company. Corporation. .
..mpted the double task of its ion dollars is a million dollars just the May 1. to hal due _.............___.7HO.M i I ". F M. Administrator a ad
f the convention late today that heal others who pleasing!: own same as it always'was, and 18,000-( ,. Ity amt collected _ ____-_-_..._._....1770.78 NOTKK: ('F INTKNTION TO APPLY FOR litem of the I.lu..n.William aa C. OM'I.. deceased. . ,
quite sure" he would' be a people and may come or AIMPPTIOV OF MINOR CIIILPHKNNc.tlr
not I.Ida A. L'avla.( Jane Hull Flood and
reelection invest. The following!: letter shows 000 to $20,000,000:! is a vast sum for Jun.1.loI'sldu.-----------------' _..Mt >.cB IB nrn.| ,ididate for 'any state in this Union and particularly Head and llrldx. tslilct N. t Klllh day of July. A. I). 1V20r ......'.- her huhand.' J. E. Loveleaa. Helen J. row and I
Jr. Gompera fought hard against the views of a former resident of the May 1. to bal due ..._____._..........IUO.18II vlirnpd will roeS application by t>.*tllloll to her husband ft L. Fox. A. Hawk .j
state who is still large for the state of Florida.We amt collected .__ ._.. ._ ._... 474 IH ; 'Io.n. t
convention's action declaring!; itIB a property -- -- the llonormblr J. T. Will. Jud.* of the I... ami h.r lumtknd. C. E. Hawklnn. 1,111... "
in Florida and investor do not believe that Florida Klvhth Judicial flrrult of Florida. for an or.the H. and her IiUHuantl. J. U William.I I
a ctep toward "the enslavement owner an as could sell an issue of mil ion June 1. to bal aur ; _..- .- --..1 ..tV adoptfnir. AI..n. I'hllllna and, Audrey Prllrhllllno. Atph.'U I"r"I av'.. Ei-m-M I1.: 'I'"vl.. W. ClydwIwvlft. S
to the proposed bond issue for good twenty Idows Pension of I.... fhlllliw. '
minor livlni Hi IVrry ( hark, 1-arnard
l-avia. tie
workers government em-
as are *
the ; roads dolars in bonds at all but if they couldbe May J. to bal, due ---__.________. 2At.7. d....raiml. and children of Fronlc MoM.. frmlanta ;
>yecs, who had been denied many : sold it would be either at a great Ily anti collrcUsl __._. -.n..... ._... 550 l III of New Hn.... tlradford ('.'unI,. Florida. Theumti'twlyned J, E. O. Hauler an Special Mant-t-r. aa uch.
Utica! and economic rightsinder "I have been very much interestedin discount lHlnK tlw. uncle of the. .ald rhIU for auch I i.urHM-.. In and Ity the saId I Final r rI.
or a ruinous rate of interest. June 1. to bal IItI------------------- KK2.0B d..n.8.1M.M.7.1(1.. I
I-vcrr ""I"ln'.d.] aal at S
adminiBtrations. lie reading clippings frum f.
< paAt re- newspaper The interest on these bonds if they County Srhenl c. M rmtt.irs.NOTICE lic ...lit..... and ...1'11.I... the hUt-heat "u" \,
only a mild ovation. Florida papers in regard to the pro. I May 1. to hal! due __...?__._......fm 1 40 lent bidder for . In
h. front of the ofth
ived ca door ;,
could be sold at all would be fully Ily amt collected ________......____-.MU HI ,
the federation's action the pOlled bond isue for god roads. It cnurthoua of Alarhua County. Florida.
After two-thirds as great as were the totall'XPl'IIII1 I lloreliy. notice .la .given that the Town Conn.cil In the of <;.ali.evllii .
ecutive council, whose ml.mbenpportt'd "would be a calamity for the state of of the state gevernment last June 1. to al due .___ ____...__-.....17 40.49Caanty of r tark. Bradford County Florida, will 1 i i Fifth day rlty of July. A. p. < 1U1U.on! Monday between the the }I'I'i

Mr. Gompers are said to beplaced Florida to be caught up in this whirl. Pella meet at the City Hull on 1).......... July In 1. hal, due __.. __..__ __ 7AK.OOIly II.P
and May to :
year. puval county the state 1921 II.* at V odorS. i%. m. mm a Ixiard of euualIsera 'it'U' thv afterniNm the following
. in an embarassing position. wind of reckless extravagance which county taxes already amount to four son collected .____...._ -_.n.____ ."'.00 I for the ;fiurptw of hearlnr .. droerihied o'.I..k pmtM-rty la-wit I I
take exists in the world today and saddle and ,>lvlnir ttwlimony a. to the Tlie, Unda .
bring nw dtmcrtlied
to fuIUiw.nii Ii
stops TownwlilpR JI
jey must now : and a half per cent of the asessed value Juna. 1. to bal flue ...n.._ _._.._._____ *7B I* "'"'I"'''''. n>nl. iK'mitnal.% ... .n.I..ln'.1 South. Itnnirv >8 Keot Rant Half of
out government ownershrp whichey I Itself with financial burdens which of the property. Issue these bonds Tetal dub. Prk.ol l>y the town tax ......... fur : Koiithiaiit Vunrtrr of Rnuthweat. t-Jiuii-U-r Eaat "
or resign it was would not as I see it, make for May 1. to Ul due. ...._._.__.___-."22... control thirnt.l. wr avcnta .., pooh half of Nnrih.-iutt
have opposed : pro. I..n. Quarter of 84iuthi> t CuarUr. p
and our taxes would amount to six percent Ily amt collectiMl _.- .._n_ __ __ .iesn.noJuna ( .
but would slow down in a very | erty. I uf S..n K : .u.h..l Quarter of Hoiith-
ated. gnu of the assessed value of the IVWITT C. JONES .
wept of '
Supporters of Mr. Gompers declar marked degree the development' of the We would have a high old tinleattra.tlrl property 1 to .pal due _._. __ __. ....__- _..'1111.14lI"h.lI.h..1 Atttwt Chairman Town Council ,. 1.Quwrtrr? Northwn.t" .ulh..1 Quarter Quarter of tSuuthweatQuarter. of tee.tum \, '

il I tonight they' would urge him to re- state which has been going on in such !_Honda .__ C. A. FttTCH. rxept.ntf. It .e..... nmra ". .*.. lyInir !
settlers from abroad or May 1. to 1.1 due .___ .__....-- _8047.A* 8-JR.8l.rBTIIUlN . South
tin leadership of the federation and fine and uninterrupted manner for the money from abroad if it were known By amt collected. __ __ _. __._ __ __._..IRM.61 _Town Clrrk. I hlvh u.. of criHiMi-a lake tindivMltm and FtM line of whrrw of Northwunt the. .

i'ek reelection for the thirty-ninth past twenty years. People who are that taxes ate up six per cent of the June 1. to .1 due ... ............llBVO.ftR V'e the: nnitrrelirned.FoR.,AN h-r-liy. KI.KCTION, iM'lltlon thullonorahle I w.. Quarter Quarter ,of.r Houthwrnt Hoiithwi-wt 1""r... and anil, 1 2 Mouth ftc,... .
looking for a !good: place in which to in Special Knad at llrld. Band District N. I oftlradford ".
me. Instruction
value of in Koanl of I'nhlle I
property Florida annually.Of more or Itwa. romnM-nciim BW eor. of A nitliW4jMii
Despite the protest and desires ofr. vest capital) are not going to locate ina May I. to lull due _..._.___._-..11898011 {'....".,. Florida. for an election to I Quarter of Norlhweat Quart.5. run
who here know that . _.__._... ...
course we 1507
are Ity amt collected
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the convention increas. state which suddenly changes from It,* tii-M. at ftratinen chmil. 1m..... on Patimlay.July . thence North 815 ftet. .,'. Feet: to w....
( Gompers, assessed value is onethirdof .uh-.caoolrilxtrlrl ..,
about whether Inke,
only 17, tll21>, to decide S thence Bouthnrly with water of aald
from $10- conservation to radicalism in the June 1. tn bal 01". -_.... ............Il 7 ..tlMpecisl he formed of .. .
d his salary es president true value and that the wouldbe lihall lie entahllnhed. to Inlie tr< Mnt dlvMiiur' N..h..1 .... . ofJiiiliwuit
taxes !t"... Hi llridtc hood Illslricl Na. 1 .
00 to $12,000 a year. question of finances. The record of, only two per cent of the real valueof May 1. to hal due .._.__..____6IB( A* the followInK..irhool territory PUIrlcl and. No to ,Iw_known_ to ..III atKrannen I (( .., and thence Su.hhwe.t Wmt guarter ofNnrthweat
8ul> Quarter to polat of _
The convention called upon congress: the state of Florida is one of whichwe the property but we would find it Ily amt collected. __.-_n.._...._..._. c27.(4 Section 111. Tn. I I South Raniie. II' E. "' <.- iM'nlnnlnir ; all hat certaIn, parcel of land ly

have be and U.. IT .nd 1$. Tp. It 8.. II.."... SO K. In anil \\ret of the ci. ft. A hallway, !
enact "necessary legislation to es- reason to very proud S. S. fl.h
o difficult to convince! outsiders of this Juna 1. to bal due _- _.__ .....___. -_1111(11.11 .
Aim, that the followlnii W apimlntvd ntanaverai am '. the S..u.h..1 corner of Hout h-
ablish the United States employment its rapid development is one of the fact. ', W. T. WEEKS. the, aid .election ...-..11' J. I. Varnea. ..t Quarter of Northnant Quartnr of KIT.linn l
crvice an a permanent bureau in the results of this record. The limits of We (Scat) Clerk Circuit ,Court.I'y MaillKon M....... I'. I*. K....... IH : Fant 1.1 of Bouttwaat QiiarUa.Hoiithiant .
have been favor good roads but we are C. A. KNIGHT. ,. I*. Korcc. J. N. Moore. M. II Addlion ...rl. NorthaHt h VMMI-UT, 1 lewi
of labor with development by no means "
Clerk.
ample Deputy
k-partment ap- not in favor of shutting our eyes to .1. II. llowllnii J. r. Dyeai, It. II Taylor, 2 apron In Nnrllii-ait' corner of SectIon U I
iropriations." The executive council reached as yet, and the future of the the extent of incuring indebtednessfor ----- J. LV......... '...lIlIon...._..11.11117-10 North Half of Houth.-at-t. Quarter of HeotlonIH. )
!: FINANCIAL UTATFMENf:"' OF COI'NTYHINDS
instructed to render all possible state should be very close to the heartof I I .
IBS them that we cannot pay and that NOTICE or M.FCTION Tlw followinir. d.rrllNd lamia In Townnhlp
ssintance to "abolish present unrea- its citizens and all others who are would be almost confiscatory of the Monthly' nnnnclal statement of Bradford Ily the imwer veated In them hv thr !S'lion' .' Kanuo 22 Ea..l : Commence KH feet

onable speed tests time measuring interested in its possibilities. I realize County for the month of April 1VI0.! 1...... of the Bute. of FInrMa llw Hoard of North. k.i .l*>Kreea %1c.t and IK) f....t 110.
property of Florida. The proponed General. FundIlalancc 1'uhllc. Inmructlon of llnwlfnrd' County/ ...... ; PH ilrtrreea. Wept of center Una of 8. Ullaltrtiad
evices and the unreasonable stan- thoroughly how thousands of bond issue would put a stop' to the May I I. 11120) .._....._ _.....tl *.lA l>y firdrn an .ItTlUn to !". held' In trpH. pal) corn.r SuIng.. tint NurthUHt .
ards of personal efficiency in the pos- people in Florida feel about this ques- Itecelpla. durlnii. munth .. ...........21'92.19 town Riniclal SitS School Ihillrlrt.. on . rorntir. of Cat-nar Nari'l.Hh'ti land .. re.
growth of the state.-Times-Union. Warrants Issunl ___ _.._ _. . .._. _. D4H.AA July 17, "' !O. for the puriHwe if elecllnv Otrtli In I Ih-ed HiNik) 2tl I'..,. SItS. Alaehuaeoiinty
-- ...I..n_ June I. 11'20 .........._____ ..,..7.8..1. InwI.H and to dctermlna the amount JOIIOl..1) Florida, run thwnee fittulh 0H d>rreaWent
Fins and FarfcllBra Fand luire txl Iw aaneiiaed. 1IIAI1 '...-t. 'n.. North 12 ileirreM tl
MERRILL FUTCirS PAKTY
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llalancr May 1. 1920 .. _ .__.____...28611 F.SReccipta ) : For the "...,,,... of hnldinir. the *. I l li)7() A f* mmlllllmllllmmmllllllllllllmllllllllllllll"!!! llllIImlllIllIlIIIIIIIII! lmIlmlllllllllllllllrn! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII during. month -______ __..-_. 21S HWarrants $ tlon. lb. fr.llowlnir manapera I,.... lMH>n an.pointed . thencv 8milh 22 .. F.ant lilt B feet
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch Issunl ..___-__ .._____.__.. EA2.AA i tlrnry Varnea. W. M. Varnea. 0.1| t.t 1".1..1". . I'.ml.no.- II.chain. 84 tlnka \ I II
gave ._. _....__.__ ,
llalnnoe June I. 1R20 2HIIH.78 II. (litrdon 1 w. half utIle |...1 ." Houlh' Imundary I
tneir little son, Merrill a birthday Road FandTlalance L. C. VOWEL': I,! line of Hectlon 7. Townnhlp 0 Houth.

party from four to six, on Saturday May 1, mo> ____ ........._.. 70 AAReceipta Chairman Ili.nnl I'ulillc Iimtmrtlon.' llradforilVunty It an,.. C':' I ..I. Arrr durlnir. month .__ ...--...... V16.AA < FlorIda.Afte.t 22.a ..... We.t ft rhalnn. llnka
June 19th the occasion being his sixth;! Warrants Issued -- ............___. tK lu N..h the Initial. point. thence Kat f chain.

anniversary.The Ilalancc June 1. 1920 .....___.....__. 0 ..22 : II. rol'I'Kt.U tn a atake.' th'nee North l.n do. W atl
little host Outstanding FandIlalancc c_. Hupl. and Sw'y.NOTICE B.1N5t.71I.: < 40 rhalna to a plate .) ft l.
received
many pretty May 1. mo ...._...__....__ I7 ..a3Receipts with Houth boundary of the Heetlnn
and useful gifts, and the afternoon durIng. month _.. ....._...__ OP AI'IM.ICATION Foil TAX I.F..I: I..al". AH.A Itiika to H.iuthw.'.t cortn nf thi .
ConfidenceMore I passed with bubble' Warranla Issued n........... UNIIKK, : HK'TION |7R OP THRliKNEKAt. : lot. thence, North paralliil with Kant: toundarv .
: happily games llHlancv. June 1. 1920 _.... _.._..______ 1711.119 I 6TATUTK8: of the 8ei Ion. 1U ,.h..I", I to Nort hwentcorner .
blowing, nut hunt, etc I Dralnaia Fund Notice I. h......' prrven ma r*. J. ,'.......'. "".".. Fact: parnlli'l) with South iMiunrtary .
Refreshments were served consisting Kalanca. May I. 11120 ...__._____.____ 120.00 Iiurch.... (if tax certificate No. 2&,. dated of thv I "..n. I AH II link tnNorthiaMt .
Receipts dunnv, month ............_. tha 4th nay of July, A. I). 1HOH h.. nlrdappllcallon corner. ",.".r..ln... along' F.antIrounilnrv '
of punch, cakes and candy. Warrants Issued ..._.._...._..._-.. for lax deed. to l..ue In aeeordtun. of the Hrtlon 114 rlmlna, itch ,
Each guest; was given as a souvenira Mlnlanci. June I. 11120 .__... __........ IZO.HO wlt'l .Ji. laid ccrtinnat ....1........ the. SulitIwitot corm r of ihv lot. .ni.tathtnir ,H
and Wid"... Penslnn Fend .aid) certificate In my .."''a. and I h.. mail)1. anren all Iteltiir In BiTtlon 151 I Mouth Half
than 13,000 women bubble pipe and balloon. llnlancr May 1, 1020 .._.........____ 1AII.4A followtnii* deacrllie! property altuatctl I In lire,. of Nortliwent Quarter. Houtheaitt Quarter ofKmithweat
Those invited were Evelyn and 1t''I.I.' during. month ---- _......... 2H0.6I fit.d I.unlh'rld.: .. towltiHoulhwcat Quarter. II alf of Monthwtrhalna .t
22,000 men make up the list of Marjorie Stump Uennie Sterrberg Warrants Issued ._.__...... ........._ II"...... of Notthwrat Quarter, to a atake., N..h.. ., Houth MB ih'frreea.
( !, Us Is Jun. 1, 1K20 ., ._ ... 4<.11 ... .. .. .
I nee h'" Ki tlim X, 1', H. It. 22.. 40 pont: 1140 chalna tn l begInnIng. ; both of aaldtrarta
the owners of Swift & Company. Hazel and Lois Adkins, Charlotte and June 12, mo.llradford The eel ld lanil helnii a.....eil. at tli.. tlate of theiMUanre I win IT In -etlnn I 7 | Htiutheapt Quarter I

I Stella Ilosonbfrg Etholin White, S. It. : County. of aurh ......tn...... In Ilia name .,fIuce. ..r pMitthw.pt Quarter, Routh Half of rkiuth'iiMt -
is State of Florida. (' llolxrta ('0. lnlc... ald ccrtillc, anttwRinrtmir. at Konthrant corh '.
Every state in the Union i Johns, Jr., Julian and Louise [Peck ,' I hereby certify th.t the foreirolna. statement. hall, ) lw n-deemi'd. areordllM to law, tax deed ... t-t u..r Hi rtIon 1 A, run North along Kant .
A. E.: Wall, Jr.. Allen and KiehanlLong of the receipts. and diftliiirsementa, ..f the will l..ue there on represented.Of Paul Eloise and Dorothy funds' of llradford. County for the month nf A. 1'1. 1020.Wllne.e Honthcaat corui-r .f the lot t henna, Wt.,-,
I Knight, Moy 1.21t.la true and rorrecU. to the : my official alirnatiira 'and ned! thla Quarter leaa t noM' Vrnun In I ".,.,
this enrollment more Kitch Victor Thomas, Betty and lies of my knowledge and brlleY the. nth day. of June A. I>. lU10. of Hertlnti ID. Houth.e. Halfr R,,' S I Half of
great Roscoe McLnno Martha Hrownloe W. T. WEF.KB. W. T. WEEKS.: Northfant Quarter nf Neetlnn 17 Kant 1.1
of I (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court.llradford Clerk Circuit. Court, llrailfonl. ('ou..',. Fla.Ily of Norlheant (Qiurti of Hectfon 22. I ,
than 10,000 are employes Milton Brownlre, Jr., Richard Harvard County. C. A. KNIGhT 1'h.), follnwlnir, diwrrllHHt Ia,,. in Township
Herbert Roberts Pauline' Miner fly C. A. KNKillT. -ll-fit-7.B* (Seal) Ih-ixity Clerk. M R.u'h. Itiinir M' \I'.'.nHiiulheaHl: Quarter

Swift & Company who own shares Eunice Canova Sinclair Peek, Jr., Deputy Clerk. .--- except 10 eerie <|IreerlIotd ... a atrip V2 yantalirtiail
,
vnHCHAHCE from Kiwt; West acrm-a Hniilh'rn pnrt '
II' FINAf.
NOTK'E: ( .
in the business. Melba Silcox. James Richard Wain. NOTIf. OF APri.lCATHl FOR TAX lED: Notice I. hereby Riven that .1.! d.,. from of Houthweat Quarter of Hniithi-ai-t. Quarter,
r wright .Mnrtha Powell, Billie Graham L'Mlt.K! KM'TION 17ft OF 1IIK I the ft rot pulillcallon hereof I wlr ?rravtil" to and a |,iarc.>l or lot In RtIpart Quarter ofHouthiant
CKNKKAI.; HTATI'Tr.H ..r llrailford, County. Flor-"' Quarter ktarllntf at Houthwent corHIT. -
the County Juiliie
I An additional 13,000 employes Alice Fernandez, Silas Kite, Jr., Vivian Notice I. hereby "...." that' I F. Klvrn., lila my final ""un'. and voucliera, of lot three t.o: IDA '.. to a tluke, ttii'lic. ,
deferred II III I i Kite Elmo: Struth :Mary Hrown- purchHHril of Ta. OvrtHU'iiu: No 24. ilaled ....... of I). 1''.. Hall I, lute of Hrailffird., a,...... North 'Jl! '. ., ,..",.. Wvnt ItlB yardn, IhrneaHnuth t'
are buying shares on Ie,'. Charles and David Ahcarn Arthur the 2nd ilny of July, .. l I. lIOn has 411.... ty. drrcaxod. and apply for the approval of 02 yanli to 1.1... of iMvlnraliitf. of H"etlon .
said) eertitlrate In my itt,... and has mad., ame and for my final dlncharva, afl ....10 .,,1. I H ;
I payments. Darby Jones, E. L. liiggs.: Jr., .,.,.II..tI"n for tax d,>ed .. iMstie In an. ..irtlnoe fnlnlHtrator.Tt.l. The follnwlnv ffi"rirrl.M .antin In Townnhlnft

I Don Hoover, Sara Hope and Georgia' .. with law ".1.. rcrtltlcatc embmcei t.Mfollowinir < . 1 ins day of June, 1D20. Houth' k.nire '..4 F.ant : SoulS' Half of
and women have I described property, alttniel. in II red. I DAVID 8. IIAI.UAdmlnUtrator North, Half of ."< 'ithcimt, Qtmrter. BouthiantQiiHrtir
These men Haynes Lester Price and Eldredge: : ford County. .Florida.. "..IVIt: ,.r the Kotiat. of II K.; Hall rim nf RonlhM'fiit. Quarter less H acrea In

poli- I Robinson, Annie Long, of Pulutka. West Iliilf of lx>t HO In T R tickle's lot. ..,.,,.,. Il-I l-l't' -K-0 HtnithwcHt, norner. unit h4utlw.ut, Quarter ofRniilhweHt
confidence in the company's --- --- ---. addition lo l.ske lluller.I The, stlri. land beltiir. Qunrter nf Honthwrtt Qimfter. l I...

and OIUIFII rOB rlim.lI 'AIN I H acrea In Houthem part of SectIon II Botith-
cies, its integrity purposes. I I In Circuit Court. fUata ..f Florlilu.. Rluhlh ant Quarter of North.-imt, Qunrt-wr HoiilhweiitQuarter ,
firtfi quickly relieves Constipation, Judicial Circuit Ilradford Coo,,'?. In Chancery. ,.r North.a.t Quarter 4 arra Inoilhw.ei
That is why they invest their I liiliounncps, Loss! of Appetite and $ corner VB ..... In Southern, part

Headaches due to Torpid Liver. T i'I. K. NFTTI.F.8.: *.f Northeafit Quarter of 8niithea, Qimrlcr t
savings in shares. r j ('.,", ..I.ln..nt. North Hnlf of Hotithi-aiit Quarter of f..h..t
I I VB I (Juarti-r. IB ..... In Northern and .t..n
been MARY NETTLES: r..." .>f ..."... Quarter fif RoiitheaatQuarter
has
Swift & Company p It Helps Defendant. North 1.1 ..? 8iiithi'ant Quarter ofMniiihw.Kl
for 34 42 It aplH-arlna;. by affidavit piH'iuN'd In the ( ...". ; .1 huh'",. In Hectlon SI
paying dividends: regularly You ()o More Work bill filed. In the above .......d rau*. that Mary l.ct 9 ..r Reetlnn 71 Northweat Quarter ofHiiulhweat
Nettlea. the defendant. there In ".,ned. In a Quarter, Houtheaiit Quarter ofNnrthwirMt
The present rate is 8 per cent. You are more ambitious and you Jet more There can be no doubt rolilmt. of tha ..t.,. of Florida and nonaeal* Qiinrtir Went. 1.1 ..f NorthvantOunrtir

years. enjoyment out of everything when your I as to the merit of Cardul, bemelf, ... thnt. proeenn or ."10''........ cannot IH of iiiihwent. q... Of Hretlon fl.
shares are blood) is In good condition. Impurities In the woman's tonic. In ...v.d uiKtn her and In over the ..... of twentyone And alnn. Nfirlh llntf Mloek H of the Inn"r
Swift & Company the blood have a very depressing effect <>n the treatment of many yean It la therefor ordered that ,alii flrariir* Hiflirhtn. per plat rfrorilrd In I'lat
rion-reidciit d.-fendant lie and I. hereby. raciulred Tinok A. ,...... A. puhlln, r-Hior ., Alnehua eoun- I
bought and sold on the Chicago the system causing!! weakness larliietis troubles peculiar to to appear to the hill of complaint filed, ly. Florida I I"h.

nervousness and sickness.OROVITS + women. The thousandsof In nitiil) ) Ca.... on or before Monday, the ftth '..I1..ln. leiicrltM'4l. ftenintiNl propertyaltiiHte I
and Boston stock exchanges.The TASTELESS Chill 1UMCrestore women who have been day. of July. A. D. 11120.* othrl lbs ..II.. tone and lately "..><| UIM.II ami .
and helped by ,Cardul in the natloiiB. of nald bill will he ukrn aa confonaad in rotioi'Ctlon with the turi-entlnt* plnre, heIfiniflliK -> '
Energy Vitality by Purifyinr
by ,ald Hcfentlatit.It '0 A A Mi-Pine and WIMIittn$ C.. linvU
40 Is conclusive
company itself has nosh and Enriching the Blood. When you for past years la further ordered hot' iSle, order ti. stile at Tirafiyo' |f*>l rlita, In Alnrlum, Caunly. Florida.
its strengthening.. !! Invigorating effort we I proof that it is a I ll.bed. ,,,,r. a week for four. afme..iitlva werba ) In-wit : One Pfi-lmrrel t.irnentin., atlll .
&res for sale. how it brings color to the Cheeks and how good medicine for women In 1 h., ,llradffird County TeleKraph an..... a id II.I. *.! : 1 Hrhofld.l fMimti .n"l Imtler : 1
it improves the appetite will lien, who sulfer. It should papcr MubllHhed. . In eel, county and Hlata.Thla clue, fc'/i nl krttlfl and fix turf* ; I milrlt shed \ ..
you Jun a.d IDle! iMhnrem phantli I tthr. and t..nl.
emitter | t
actual help too.
The shares represent appreciate' Its true tonic value. :; you, W. T. WJtJtKR.f : : 1 h..". lot and ....1.1.. 2 .lw.. houa. fI \

GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill 1G.MC. | Clerk Clrault Court. I nfinimtfirinry Imllihriv, utimk and flHtnvvs
tangible values. There is no water. Is nut a patent medicine It I- :j" TakeCARDUI Sly C. A. KNKilfT.trleall I ir-H.IMM' ) turpenllnit, .,,*, with trutU-rM : B hlaeknmr
'I)
) Deputy Clerk. mulea. named K"at.. Mary and Man<11
IRON and QUININE suapciidod In fryrup A 1.. ADKIN8. I ttrny mare' mule. f..m"1 fimry : 1 l>rnwnmare :
Anybody livestock man So pleasant( even children like it. I'd, Solicitor for Complainant. 1.4-Bt-i-7 niuln) named) I..... 1 ..",,. wtivon and

blood need Quinine to Purify arid IRC barn,*. 40 Hip harrtda : all materlala, tool I
buy
retailer or consumer-may Enrich it These reliable tunic an.) ."1.".... on hand, Ht nail ,plnf on. u..lt
to <
14'1. NOTKK TO DRIITOHH: ANti' rKKDITOKH:
tlrtjr, \ I 10)1-1.) .,.Irll ,.. .. ,
them and thus become a part owner crtics never fail to drive out Impuntu i All ru-mon .Indebted. to the nlata. of Mra. Putting, .'a. ,1".I.lnl. .. h."n.l.oI. illp-tiurk
the blood J"II..A Walnrluht. late of llradford. auunly etn. haekN. ,.iiIi.'ra, and the I
of Swift & Company. The Strenftth-Crcutintf rower of t.Kr t.TASTU. FInrlilfi.. doreaited. a.. reuuented to pay their The folluwlnar i|Hi.rlhed' t Ih.. ., |.ror,"rtfiltiiNte
eel, rt.l/la. forthwith and all penuinB havlnicclaima
at and near and lately Irflnir upeditfMin
.SS Chill; TOXIC ) .
iis in avalnHt Bald) ,,'.1. etch tile the Bame and In cnnneetlon thi turpentIne
No one man, no one family the favorite tonic, In tlr>u anf 4Th Woman's Tonic duly authenticated with tha undenlunad. Ad- ,.1... I.n..ln. to A. A..1'1. ,., and WIN
More than thirty-five sin m mlnffttrator within ..n. year hereof or they Hum V. .. at t.rrmklvn. I Clay| countv.FtnHda .
.
owns as much as half of the stock. would ride a Ima lib t! iir. t'i >jcf C 'ITASlLLtVi . will ba forever barred.Thla tn-wlt i IOn. 20-l/arrcl turpentlnaatlll
; Chill: "CN?!, wh Mrs. N. E. Varner, of 4th day of June 1(20. and ftxtture-i ; 1 cooper .hnt> and) tm.la ;
Illxson Tenti. writes J. r. KICKMTT.n.M. I aplrlta and trltu ulied with kettle I and (ft..
member cf ttir-ir, I..m'v r. M-il"? .|>..-.50. Ailmlnlatrator.OKfim .
40 liarnda .
"I dtp ; 1 red stile tiamed lIed r '
ne'jtloU J a or' i < > i.r. -ncun was pairing throughthe .
u I Idaek mill nnmeil ( . ; I dark bar.tar
tonic. The formula I II -.t1.L. at . My back and : FOtt PI'III.ICATION motile juan,.,. Kit ; .I pray mar tiamedflllver
This advirtisement Is for the purpose day. ond you (g J f' u.. j sides were terrible, and In Crcult ( >urt. Htata of Florida. Klahth ; (Inc t-hornti wagon anil harneaa ; ffMhafitlfa
that hid elcr1b11Lie. Judicial Circuit llradford (;oun'lJ... <:h.n. I 'mml. atoek and ,
of acquainting' you w.th trt-s fact store eOe.If t. 'ff< ,if> _4_. my suffering .. fl.itiireai
-7. I can't 1 how rep'IIEHECCA I barn lot and ..,1.. 7A,00(1) turpentIne
lIlust|
Swift & Company Is r.c/t/ a close cor : Jrl'..I.'A RD. CII,.. with iruttera. : fn. ._ ateam pumn
and where 1 hurt, about : and) holler ,.,. .
tl.at one may i---- Complainant. 1 HweMlnir ho : 1 Naddlo and
poration. anJ any all over I think . I I l.rldlt. : all .,.I.1 Urr.<|M, .I".. hattlnir, headInr. .
particip-.te in the profits-md share began: Cardul.. and my C II. HIlTlAIlD, .1... h.Hiinlmn. dip miekvtji, haeki.

and responsibilities by pains crew: less end ten tM'fendant.. ax-m, pullom and other turpentln t-mla.
the risks until I was cured. I am It aptwarinir by affidavit apriemled. to the nmtertaU or ."'.'. on hand' at saId p1ae
becoming a shareholder. Mil filed. In the ahova elated cau that, C. II. on. to-wlt. OnViher Iflh. IblH.
':.J. remarkably strong!: for a IllDUrd. the defendant therein named la a And *]mn each every (hue ,.'..... with
:-t. woman: C4 year CJIII ge. -4- realilvnt. of tha MI.,. of Florida and on- all) Htrhta and Intereabi thfiwiinili-r..
I I do all my housework.." ....1. hlmaelf ao that p....... of Bukpoana cannot and, .. (t.-Mrl.M-d In thv aald Final d..lhre.
Cardui L-73 I.. aerved upon him and la over the age antI In the .rl..ln.1 I I of Complaint In aald
0111-V I II Try today. II I tf twenty-one 1/ot.... ; It I. therefore ordered rat,... 1'1
Swift & Company U. S. A. _ _ .TALtD TlftS that Bald non-realdent defendant 1.. and la P. O. RAXTFR.Aa .
AT VUe4MAXWELL hereby required to appar to the bill\ of _... ""."..
4r.< 4- plaint filed' In Bald .aia>. on or before Mrmdwy nrAKM.ll: COOK TOWBLU 'a\
the fitS day of July A D 1(1211. ,,'h.,. Jaeksnnvllla. Fla.
I __ __ ..I.. the alteration of Bald till. ) will be Ukana SolicItor for r.m..I..ln.nl. ..&..t-7-2
HOUSE Habitual Constipation Cured ennffiiatin1 by Bald defendant.
I
It la further ordered. that thla order I.. pub- NOTK'K Of FIliAl lllflCHARCR
COFFEE In 14 to :21 U-tys ".h.4 ..n.. a week) for four conaaeutlva weak Two montha after late hereof. I will pr-aant
# "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN I Is a Ir.-I.lIy.. l Id the Uralford. County Televrapb. a nawa- mir \ouclu and Anal account to the Hon.
\ : prepared Syrup Tanio-laxative for Habitual ,,..*r publlahed In ..,d aounty and .<.. firo A flarHlncr, f'oiinty JI... ,i' llrsilfnr W

It relieve promptly but IhlB May Slat, 1UZO. Comity, Florida. and ask to !be ill.,. aaailmlnlstratur
Constipation. W. T. the rstaU of f. E. -.or.o. >
!Iillillmlml!! illmmrnllllrnii 1"I -W- should tie taken regularly for 14 to 21 days Clark Wr.KA.. Court o > \

Cleared; Our Summer flomeof to Induce regular action. It Stimulate and By C. A. KNIUHT, .T: the filth ilar of M.,. 1090.l ..

RaU," by Mm. Perry I KeguUte. Very fleaaant to Take. COt ;A B. fl I.L.
Administrator nf tha Kntalf l> K. Hall.
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FRIDAY JUNE 25. 1920.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA .
PAGE FOURBradford -
The Quinine Thai Docs Not Ailed The tie;II
I I have made them under- "l Friday. tonic mod Imrtlve rffnct LAXATIVE I I A. D. ANDREWS
me when i monthly] cervices were held Btmur of iM
Regular ,..
l.krnwithout
: County Telegraph stand that they had no business to ex- MONEY OF at the Baptist church Sunday by Rev.T. BROMO 01 ININE c.u.ini
= lilt, that they have no rights: that need M. Carter, of Peoria. Two new r:the ben..d. E.W.<*OVtS aktoatunewlwae flit I

Published Wrtkly, and entered .. mee be respected, but that my least whims would WORLD COULD I members were also baptized Sunday
must be obeyed l, or a whipping COMPANYRaiford
,sod class mailer at the p-)t-oBr it be the consequence. Instead of as I I afternoon J. I. Marr visited friends .t Bron- "STEPHENS SAILENT :

Stark. Florid sl.tinltht'm: in their leducation.( _I NOT BUY IT Saturday. e I
hindered it, and I took delight 11I1 son
= = have
= '" -- =- -- visited six"
= Maxv.lle: ;
of ,
of sendIng Henry Austin,
y work instead
i ).. 8. MATTHEWS, Editor and O"m..r.PAILCII keeping them at here for the weekend.Mrs. I Fla.
i the law compelled relatives
until
school, ,
I them to du Such treatment THIS WHAT ALLEN SAYS OF H. C. Wimberly and Miss Win- THE RIDDLE BOYS DISTRIBUTORS t
to so.
I, 10 PASS should me have made them ignorant! and I GOOD I'ICTL'KE TANLAC(If'Wit HEALTH HIM-IS ifred Wimberly left Monday week's to stay join at a 633 W. Forsyth St. | Submits the following
have made house party for a
--- brutish. yet I find that they
Lots of our school children failedto the bent of their slender. opportunities, MW: KIngsley lake. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I IDeal"u prices for your consid

in some of their studies at the arc well behaved and well liked and ] Marcus Brown, of Lawtey, was a wanted in Starke. Your
pass to which I "I wouldn't take all the money jnl Monday.Miss eration.
here
do.lnlof the recent nchoo term. Thcywent treat me with a respect business visitor the best
home hamefaced.y.: How did am not entitled. This is much better the world for the good Tanlac has Rena Marr was a visitor to tunity for handling oppor.1
all thanks ore done me," said J. B. Allen] a well- : priced car on the market at
them because of thin than I deserve and my Starke Monday.
parents treat known employee of the C. B. & Q. visitorto Drive, from Jacksonville Grits
failure? : inadequate" H. C. Wimberly, Jr., was a I count. away j $5 25
. residing at 567 East Fourth Per
Railroad Monday. Car on the floor. bag
will always Lawtey
acknowledgement
receive them with tears, rejiroaches Hut such
I 4 Hid we street, Galesburg, 111. I
I ; and punishment, brand them remain among "things that never six he
"I had suffered for years, Meal
! 8S a disgrace to the family, warn happen." While we appreciate continued, "and had gotten so weakI 5 25
them that children who fail never I kindnesses nhown.u" by outsiders, we couldn't do my work regularly and I "WAGES MUST NOT BE REDUCED Per bag
come to anything, or are despised by are apt to entirely ignore; those shownus was ready to give up when 1 b'ganlakinit' ,
their fellowmc-nT In short, did wet all the time by those nearest us- I Green Coffee
Nearly everything 25c
Tanlac.
I bit them when they were down? Or perhaps because we consider them our ate disagreed with me and felt like a 1 SAYS ATTORNEY GENERAL PALMER I Per Pound

did we catch a glimpse: of their sore due, or from pride, or else we put off coal of fire in my stomach and gave t
hearts, longing for comfort, their humiliation acknowledgement indefinitely. Whata me such terrible cramping pains thatI I __ Real Good Green :
I' could make of this OC
already unbearable, and give plrantint.plnre we 1
could hardly stand them. I was so Coffee per pound.I
' and understanding world if we showed appreciation for
them encouragement
badly constipated I had to take a laxative
'I : just when they needed it most? all the kindnesses shown us! And if nearly night and awful

(lid we sympathize with them in their such cards of thanks were published feverish headaches every would come on Bacon 25c

failure, and show them patiently thatno what a different opinion we would get that would lay me up in bed for a Per pound
lap of all Life's rare is final, so of humanity, for even the most despised I
I lost much
at time. so
day or more a
has strength to keep on among us would be found to be
Lard
f long as one weight and got so weak that I could'
capable of good actions. It is kind. 27c
I running hardly walk, and really I looked so Per pound
> V If we took the first course Indicated ness that makes the world's machinery bad that one day at the roundhouseI I' I
k ., above, we did our children an injustice. run smooth.
'He'snot
overheard one of the boys say: Shorts
: We caused them to feel despairand While public thanks will! never become long for this world.: Right then '., 3.75 & $4
to distrust thcmBelvcs. If we the fashion, there is nothing to Per bag
I[ derided to give up my work and try
1 took the second course we gave them hinder UB from showing appreciationand : 4
would )
find that help
new! hope, new courage: and determination gratitude in
Failing to 'pass( is a proposition are due to-before it is too late. If me."I read in the about Tanlac "*' t I in wood
I that meets us at every turn in the we do so, we need not groan in remorse papers ..... .
decided to it and I don'tsee .
9 and try now .
of life. Ah! how during sleepless nights, because 01t
I checkered pathway Plain and Self-rising whole
how in the world a medicine can : : I
J' best of fail to Yet, we have withheld praise and ;, )
often the us pass. __
, ; instead of depression and despair, we I gratitude until they could not be bestowed do what three it big has meals done for me.day I with can I h>: ,- lft..' j Barrel Flour 1 C f\f\
eat every t
should redouble our efforts to succeed Let us not put off such \ wood .
until the kind voice it forever out any trouble afterwards, the con J
awaits in the things
and if we do, SUCCORS us .J
and headaches and
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Gainesville Sun. stiller and the generous hand is cold stipation are gone jIt 1
end.- We Flour direct
my lost weight and strength have all rT buy our \
in death, for
I' come back. To be exact I now weigh
# CARDS OF THANKS"' !! Of[ all sad words of tongue or pen, forty-three pounds more than beforeI from the Mills and can

,1 The saddest. "are theMe: It might have began taking Tanlac and never felt !" I save you Money it. WeI
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If newspapers are not appreciated been. stronger in my life. I am the pictureof ,. "
*. ., at other times, they are surely remembered health and the boys all say they I I are looking for a fresh

when time comes for a LAWTEYLawtey never saw anything as wonderful as shipment every day.

r, ;, "card of thank These messages: the way Tanlac has brought back my , 'w,:
,tt r are sometimes "heartfelt as they June 'jr.-Miss Eldridge health." .
ilI e claim to be, but often perfunctory- Reddish left Saturday for North Georgia Tanlac is sold in Starke by F, L. .v Canvas Horse 1 00
"it is the custom, you know," to publicly where she will spend several Turner; in Raiford by Weaver Drug Collars Up
''I i ] thank those who assisted us weeks with her sister, Mrs Colon Co.; in Lake Butler by Tomllnson- ;, "1 a

r when we really needed help, whether Miller. Maines Drug Co., and in Worthington Plow Lines

' i" "those kind friends", want any thanks Mrs. K. D. Bennett and little children by R. T. Taylor.-Adv. Per Set 65c.
'i or not. Ily the way, in papers which visited relatives in Jacksonville ,

r charge: for their publication they are IlIIIt week. tar, Francis, have returned home af-
i seldom seen. Mr. and Mrs. Howe McCormick, of 'ter n few days visit in Jacksonville.We We have a litte Sugar on
: But why limit our acknowledgements Jacksonville, were guests of Mr. and to Earl White 0$ .
are sorry report hand and are going to do
I '\\ ''of kindness to outsiders, who Mrs. A. A. Smith last Sunday. ten on the sick list w. r l itq ,
assisted us during the illness of, relatives Mr and Mrs J. D. Dye, of Jackson Avery Tison was a visitor to Jack : .t .. our best to keep a supplyfor
I'! ? Why not also thank those ville, motored to Lawtey Saturday, sonville durng the week.
I I'1 who make real sacrifices to us all the returning Sunday afternoon Wilma Andrews, of Jacksonville, 1... our customers at as

, 8 time? Why should a card of thanks Mr and Mrs' E. E. Burncy and the guest of her grandparents\ Mr. low a price as possible.
;. ]like this be out of the way: children, of Jacksonville, motored to and: Mrs. A. D. Andrews. ATTORNEY GENERAL MITCHELL. PALMgR.
,U : "I offer sincere thanks to the kind Lawtey Sunday morning lie is employed I Carl Andrews and Rance Andrew We will buy your Lard,
'" "In our efforts to reduce the cost of living we cannot and ought not toreduce
:r'' merchants and others who have furnished in the Jeffreys Meat Market were visitors to Lake Butler Sunday. Bacon, PotatoesChickens
the compensation of the men who work fur wages. We cannot do that ,
'.. me and my family the meansto and being allowed two weeks' vacation Kemp Goethe, of Sapp, was a visi-
live during my late disability. 1 I decided to spend one week at : tor here Sunday afternoon. because; the men who work for wages have not yet reached a point where eggs or any other Country
1' know thdy receive a fair share of the Joint product of money and labor la Industry.They .
that they did not believe I would Lawtry and one at Kingsley lake. Mrs. S. W. Smith and daughters, produce have and
; , ever be able to pay them, yet their Miss Carrie Ovemtreet is spending Kathleen and Sara left Wednesday will never reach that point until they have the right to sit In the you may ,
I, kind hearts could not bear to see us some time in Jacksonville afternoon for New, York where she councils of Industry and have a free and fair voice as to what they shall have pay the highest prices.
;H suffer May God, when their last Mrs. William Reddish, of Wateroak, is to few months. out of.the product of Industry."-MITCHELL PALMEK.
\'. hour on earth comes! cause them to spent Friday at the home of her Clyde going Ward spend, of a Jacksonville, was With Attorney"General Mitchell I'almer now looming up as the leading We have B. A. Thomas

1, remember these kindnesses to me, so daughter, Mrs. K. R. Thede.C. the guest of Mrs. A. J. Johnson on candidate for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency political observer I Hog Powders and Pratts
'f 11'1 ." Saturday. S General Is the only avowed candidate for the 1'resldency who has declared I Hog Powders, all kinds of
} Or one ]like this: Ellis Smart, of Tannersvllle, Ga., himself as u supporter of the record made by the past eight years of the
"The! family of Mr.- take this who has been several days at the Democratic Administration "In all Its phases," and every Democratic gathering I Chicken feeds and powders.We .

k1 means of expressing: their appreciation home of ]tor'. and Mrs Jesse Reddish, BROWNCalled in the pre-comentlon campaign to date has adopted a vigorous Indorsement of I carry a full line of
and gratitude: to him. lie has left 2 Saturday for Waycross' Ga. the Administration record. This has lent an added Impetus to the efforts of
worked for us without censing, often Rev E. 1) Boyer preached at the the Palmer SIlI'l'orterll.'ho now declare that the Attorney General will controla Horse Medicines and Stock

when he was too ill to do no; has denied Starke baptist church Sunday morn- Saturday and said goodbyefor majority of the delegates when the Democratic (convention meets at San I powders.We .
n himself every comfort for our Ing and filled his regular: appointmentat a few weeks. lIe has left for San Francisco.The .

I Hake so that we should be comfortable the Luwtcy church Sunday even Francisco, California, to attend the strong stand taken by> the Attorney General on behalf of the public In carry a full line of
1, and be able to keep up appearances ing. democratic convention. Farmer Brown the recent coal I strike and the railroad strike have given rise to much discussion 1
lie has hitherto received no thanks, A. M. Blanchard was a visitor to l is an up-to-date politician as well allan of his attitude toward labor. For years the Attorney General has been a Oats, Corn, Sweet feed
only reproaches because he could do Jacksonville Sunday. up-to-date farmer. He voted the consistent! supporter of organized labor. In his home district In Pennsylvaniabe ; and Hay. "

no better, and when we wanted anything Louis Brown, of Jacksonville, spent winning ticket in the recent primary has actively fought: for the steel workers against their employer, CharlesM. i" .
t instead' of conveying our wishes last week at the home of his parents, here and will now tee that the right Ktliwab, and Kits earned the undying enmity of the Steel King. In 1910 be Silk Voile
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in platform is i adopted and right candidate forced a federal Investigation of conditions In the
l a respectful manner, we just Mr. und Mrs. J. E. Ilrown. Bethlehem steel plant / O
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told him to stand. and deliver. Our J. F. Ilowdon, of Jacksonville, woof named on national ticket. Far which bad precipitated a strike. During his six years' service In Congress he per yard .
extravagance has kept him on the a visitor to Lawtey Sunday mer Brown has been a good booster fought: steadily for labor legislation tie was a leader In the movement which '
rack all the time to provide means, Sambo Griflls and family moved to for DeWitt C. Junes Hardware Sure forced the adoption of the Workmen's Compensation Act the Child Labor Act, Plaid Silk IA 75
and caused him humiliation because Jacksonville last week. and) is now boosting Florida at thereat I i tbe Children's Bureau Act the Mine Safety; Act the Quarry Safety, Act and per yard
he has not been able to pay his debts W, L. Overstrt'ft was transacting; democratic convention in San tbe law exempting labor unions from prosecution under the anti-trust law. I i
''y Yet because he is a Christian he has business in Jacksonville Tuesday, Francisco, no we look for a big rush The Attorney General who has led the fight to prevent artificial advances Wool l Serge -|

been patient under all trials, and It i.a is Mrs Mary I'revatt, of Jacksonville, of homeseekcrs to Bradford county In the cost of living. Is Hat In his declaration that living expenses should not I per yard 1 .25
wonder that he has not long ago deserted In spending a few days with friends this fall. be reduced at the expense of the wage earner. HU attitude has earned him
<< his unreasonable and ungrateful here.The We are placing heavy orders for the support of many of the leading friends of labor, and his supporters declare White Skirt goods 50c
family." closing exercises and entertainment fall goods for our store, as it will be that he Is far abend of all contenders In the contest for the Democratic! per yard
Here is another suggestion: : of the Lawtey High School held headquarters for the homeseekertr. Presidential nomination I IJap

"To the citizens of this communityI Friday evening at the auditorium, was We are keeping posted on campaign Silk a
extend my heartfelt thanks for their largely: attended, and every part was matters by the Bradford County Telegraph ). p yard 85c tO 1 .'...5
consideration In allowing me to ]live i beautifully rendered, I'howlnlthat the the Florida Times-Union and I
fI here instead of kicking me out on account pupils here had good training under the Baltimore Sun so we have the

of my disagreeable: disposition the leadership of Miss Armstrong.The news up to the minute. per asY :dghams 30 to 50c
and general cussedness, shady trans Ij\ tey district school board We have a full line of packer and
actions, non-payment of debts, illiberality !- election which was held Saturday for cunning supplies on hand as well as The Bank With The Backing :
and opposition to all im- the purpose of electing three trustees Glass Fruit Jars. Apron Checks 25 QC/

provement. I know some of my faults for two years and fixing the No. 2 cans, $5.00 per 100. : per yards to J s7 C

and wonder at the forbearance of my rate of millage, resulted<< as follows: No. 3 cans. $6.00 per 100.
li' fellow citizen" W. "'. Godwin, 1. Fruit Jars! at last 'ear'1I price*. P
And here is another: J. II. Moore, 3d. Just shipped 12 dozen glass tops jars This institution !is a link in the largest and health :::yard 25 tO SOC

"This is to acknowledge my thanks C. K. Sapp..?. to one customer at Waldo by express. iest chain of bank in the world.
to my wife for her devotion to duty W. H. Edwards, 22. Our )harness, bridles and saddlesare Men Pants and Overalls
under all circumstances. Such treatment 'J. B. Rowe, 34. going out fast. Only one saddle
as she has had to put up with T, J. Terry, Ifi. left at $21. Next will probably be THIS CHAIN,OF BANKS HAS A "DEPOSI

from me a dog would not have endure A. II. Harley, 1. $30.00. TORS GUARANTEE FUND" IN WHICH THE 2.00 to 3.00Do
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ed. I never gave her a kind word but W. L. Overstreet We have a good line of Canvas and
always found fault. I have accused 3 nulls, 20. Leather Collars, Collar Pads, and the DEPOSITS llN i THIS BANK ARE INSURED

her of waste when, had it it not been The new<< board will be J. H. Moore, : largest line of Hoes in Bradford coun AGAINST LOSS FROM ANY CAUSE. trading A. D. Andrews
your at
for the economy and industry she J. B. Rowe, W. II. Edwards. ty. We. have received a shipment of
practiced, would be in the "" -- ----.-- Company and Save
we poorhouse Keen Kutlery; Shears, Butcher Knives We pay five per cent. per annum, interest com
now on account of my laziness It A I FORD and Pocket Knives-biggest line in
:' and bad management. She has heretofore the South. See our line before you pounded quarterly, on Time and Saving Deposit Money. This looks like an-

l through her good sense, saved Raiford, June 2G.-W. W. Rice has buy. other Bad Crop year and we

! fly me from making a fool of myself on returned to Lowell, after spending a IVWITT C. JONES This U a time when double precaution shouldbe have
many occasions 'She was good looking few days here with his wife and HARDWARE STORE got to make every dol-
We solicit
taken.
until my inconsiderate tl''atlllt'ntmade friend. your business upon the lar count.
her old before her time, and she Violet Mizell spent the week-end in HIGHLAND"' strength of our institution, and the strength af-

.. could have forsaken me for some I I Starke.Mr. I forded by its connection
other and better man; yet because of and Mr W. II. Andrews, Sndie I Highland June 25.-G. E. Wilkinson -
her marriage promises she has en. Simmons, and Wilma Andrews were of Jacksonville, spent several AD ANDREWS
dured a disagreeable existence by my visitors to Starke Sunday afternoon days last week with his parents, Mr. ,
'' aide. May God reward her, for I can Mrs. Mary K. Jones anJ Eva Jones and Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson.
' ud not.. were the weekend quests of Mr. and Mrs! Bailey Lang and children returned LAKE BUTLER BANKState
We know of men whose duty it Mrs. A. D. Andrews. to their home at Jacksonville

i would be to publicly thank their chil. Nelson Kitch and O. J. Griffin, of I Saturday after a short visit here with County, District and Cit) DepositoryLAKE 1 COMPANYRaiford

dren ,- Starkc, were in town Saturday afternoon relatives.
"I take this weans to warmly thank i Mina Maggie Crews was shopping BUTLER, FLA. 1

my children and to assure them of my I Herbert Ritch, of Starke was in in Starke Saturday.
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candid appreciation for these reasons: town Monday morning I Messrs. Click and Eyre of Jack Fla.

F They have meekly borne abuse from Mr A. J. Johnson and little daugh- sonville were business visitors here ,

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GAIETY THEATRE at the depot will sell you Groceries -
Bits of LocalInformation The

I STARKE, FLORIDATODAY following, June price 26,:Saturday at the Right BankEvery .:


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lest Eastern: Side:5

(Friday) 'airco bent Lard, lb. ____...... .2;

C'w"MA1Try. / 0.' .. ,%*)* *. >ufa*"j *M4 Of 1\Iel4l. lb . ______-._____-.__, ,5H/ should }hue onnectionno
.,.." ..> 11M caM
Coffee, Grade A Brand can .... .lit'' matter what his business, the amount of -'.

i Sugar, Fancy 5 lb. pkg ........ 1.26 ,j :t
_. i "WhenBearcat his income the
wealth he
---- -- Itiee. l00 lb. bag: _.________.-..13.\10\ or may possess. ,

H. A. Bishop was in Jacksonville Tampa, where she will be employed : B leans, navy large lb ............12%

Sunday.D. for two months teaching in a summer leans, large lima lb .......... .14 At the Dank of Starke\ you are always welcome << -

school. i Salmon, Alaska Pink, can ..... .24
J. Byrd, of Graham, was In town I Corn 10 2 lb. tang ____...... 1.50 and will find the kind of bank service '.

Saturday Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh and :Mrs. II. Went DryWith Soap Grandma's'a.h Octagon 3 bars ..C..for.25.... .25 you need to conserve your cash capital, to ',;
Powder ,
L. Brownlee and little daughter, Mary
Classy styles in Bathing; Suits Monday in Lake Butler with Flour. Sweet Rose, 24'i ________ 2.10 handle your income and outgo in a satisfactorymanner

12.50 to $8. Morgan's. 6-11-tf. pent an all Star cast Gold Medal, 24's ___ _._____..__ 2.20: to forward business
!Irs. Joe Hill Williams. carry your plans.If .
Vanity Self Rising 24s ?____ __ l.PO\
J. W. Batten, of Gainesville, was in Full of thrills, suspence.
Starke Wednesday.Thos. Drew Alvarez left Saturday to resume love and romance. The FEEDS OF DIFFERENT: KINDS you will study this institution.-.its policies,

his duties in the navy, at Norfolk Pay our store a visit Saturday.
Mountains of KentuckyIs aims assets and ... will know
E. Oldham, of Graham, was a Va., after a pleasant vacation management you

visitor to Starke Monday.Joe pent with relatives here. the place. Story by Tldinlll Prom l>r. Lloyd L. Lamb why a constantly increasing number of people

j'arrihh. 1'la. To those suffering from in all walks of life the
CHARLES NEVIELE BUCK are recognizing
UO 's
is Palm Reach Pants at
Wainwright spending a whileat p..linl1I''at: !! and vtgetables, Pr.

Pablo Beach. Sternberg's.Misses Admission 20 and 35c .amb'K ll.geptive: Tonic gives! prompt strength and safety( of this Bank by owning ', ,

relief. Sent by parcel poet to any address and their here.
maintaining account
$R Georgette Waists going at Ethel Hunt and Annie Mae in tiMt bottles. Money refunded -

$4.98 at Sternberg's. Pierce. of Hampton, spent last Thursday TOMORROWSATURDATLIGHTNING if not satisfactory. 0-26-tf.:
the home of Dr. and
as !guests at

Lieut and Mrs. II. C. Richard spent Mrs. W. E. Middleton. BRYCE also] j
Mm. J. R. Kelly and daughter, Miss\
Monday with friends in Lawtey. I The Danger Patrol and
Sealpax Union Suits for Men Pclores. and Mr. Raymond: Cowart,

Mrs.! C. E. Ahearn has as her guest, $2.00, at Stump's.Mrs. Sunbeam Comedy all of Madison wore guests of Col. Bank of Starke '
and Mrs. A. S. Crews the first of theweek. : :
Miss Music Bullock, of Ooala. TUESDAY, ,

I E. R. Poppell and children .
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The Woman's Club will hold no returned Tuesday from Lake Butler I The Right BankE.
PEGGY IIVI AM) In TO TIII: rriitic
more meetings until October. I II here they visited :Mrs. Poppell's .
I :. S. MATTHEWS Pres. CEO C. WHITE Cashier
parents" Mr. and !Mrs H. Tomlinson.
"BLACK SHADOWS"Get
Starting! July ht, the City Light
Louis H. Hill and little son, of
i & Water Plant will close down at 1
Lawtey were in town Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Howland, of tlri
a. m. each .IllY. This measure seems
Live Oak, announce the arrival of a
a pair of Hals ton Shoes necessary to meet the high cost of '
Flowered Georgette Crepe only $2.75 dau bter. Mrs. Howland (* remembered 1
and enjoy foot comfort. Stern- fuel] and labor. ,
per yard, atMoJ'gan's.Work in Starke as :Miss Kate Lid- .
don. berg sells! them.J. .

Shirts. $1.25 at Stump's JULY 5th and 1hGAIETY ,

Jacob J. Johns requests the Te.r- W. Killian left Sunday after a TIIBATKK. STAKKK6CTN1T MleaB r

A. Z. Adkins attended the Bar Association visit at the home of Mr and Mrs. J.1SI .
graph: to extend his thanks to the vo.
Jacksonville Truby. Mr. Killian will visit bin
in this week.
tens of the Starke district for the big -
in Waynesville, N. C., and .
vote given him on June 8th for the parents jl
Charley Beasley went to Tampa office of constable. then. return to his business at Wil-- 3 :x:

Thursday for a short visit. lamKburg Va.

Men's Suits at special 7 tl
Col. A. Z. Adkins made a business prices at'Stump going s. Georgette Crepes and Crepe de

trip to Jasper last Wednesday. Chner;. new stock, only $2.2. yd. r"t' Y O

U. S. Gold Medal Canvas Popular colors. l\Ior&an's 6.11.tf fM
Army
Every day is bargain day at ::1
Cots, $4.00 each; four or more $3.75 mana't'r''
Stump's.Mrs. Luther C. Jones, district
each. Slightly used Quigley Lumber -
(If the W. O. W. order, is In Starke' .

Alma McMillan spent the weekend : & Supply Co. t.d push the membership campaign (

in :Jacksonville with Mrs. E. C. This is a good order to be a member ,
off ..
1.3
Millinery at Sternberg's.Carr
Scott.F. (f. Read the advertisement on the ': i

top of the last page of the Telegraph
Collcy left Tuesday for Winter -
II. Long and family have gone for information.
Haven where he to visit his '
out to Kingsley lake, where they will goes n' L'
brother Drayton Col ley who is employed ,
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spend? six weeks. there in a bank.A Shoes at special\ prices for j; ;

Men Women and Children atStump's.
Doutt Jones of Dupont, it visiting i iardenin ,
Starke wife is .
doing some
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at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. young tube little if I
; She has heard of the val-i Michelin small-size casing and cost any

Middleton. ue of canning plants and wants to' Mr. and Mrs. Silas Kite and little manw+aaista more than ordinary make Ask M* for prices.SMITH'S !

know where she can get some seeds laughter, Louise, were in Jacksonville r-THK COUStrVIB OPTfARt7Ue GARAGE STARKE. FLORIDA
Wanted-Ford Touring Car. See ;
for raising them in her garden. Monday. Mr. Kite went to nee crDOONE *
Fred F. Stump. an oculist to have a tumor removed 'yet

Gary Ennis left for his home in from his left eye, and the oculist also 469 OLIVER,CUKWWDOO

Miss Sara Davis of Madison is a Tampa, after visiting for ten days removed a piece of pecan shell that AVrTMHUtPH BJTMM.rkouuc I

guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan. tad lodged in Louise's eye. Father _

James Mitchell. Gary expects to return to the University and daughter are rapidly improving. Pauline Starke l is a horn actress

at Gainesville for the term of to the role GENERAL INSURANCE Z
adapted
and especially
A.14.\ .Darby and family are at their 920-21.. Friends here of Miss Ella Mae Long in James Oliverurwood's
or !Marge O'Docme
cottage at Kingsley lake enjoying this will be pleased to know that she won
? famous story, "The Courage HAROLD C. WALL
delightful summer resort. Ladies Trimmed Hats $1.98, first prize, ten dollars in gold\ offeredby of Marge O'Doone. Her screen I
:
at Stump's. the Palatka W. C. T. U. for the of
cover a period years
Why pay more when you can jest essay on the subject, "The valueto appearances which time she has achieveda STARKE FLORIDAFIRE 1\

get it for less at Sternberg's.Mr. J. M. Alvarez has had the sidewalk .young people of a knowledge' of during wore: ft triumphs. "The Courageof :

along his premises on Walnut street the effects of alcohol and tobacco, on Marge O'Doone" is cine of her best : LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE ,; !1
E. R. Poppell and Mis. C. P. relaid. Let the good work go on. the body and morals." Ii "
efforts. Ali
Cason have had the sidewalks in frontof Many stretches of sidewalk still look I.

their residences leveled off. as though they had been subjected to The most beautiful line of flowered ADVERTISING(; .

earthquake shocks. Georgette Crepe, only $3.75a C .. _. 4-- .. FOR SALE-(Jood work, buggy and rlculture, A, W. Ix>land, Farm Superintendent J
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shaw, of Pen- yard at Stump's.:: WANTED- TO- -BUY-Ford 'Touring riding horse II, L, Stevenson, Gainesville, Fla. 2-6-tf
home of Mr.
tacola at the
are guests .
of Starke was Starke. ]H-2t.
Augustus Beasley ,
F.
car. See Fred Stump.
and Mrs. J. O. Traxler the only first year man at the West Griffin & Johns have to keep a man FOR PALE!:-flO-acre farm on Mtarke- '.

Academy to make the constantly employed hauling) sawdust! FOR SALK'-One light truck almost Lake Duller road and growingcrop ,
Point Military FOR SALK-Peathc-s. C. C. Cowart,
Sealpax Union Suits for Women has from their shingle mill. The dust Is new, a bargain; at 760.00 Quigley *horse end '.
baseball team this season, and he Route 1, box <;iO, Staikc, I'la. H* ; wagon, buggy
$1.25, at Stump's.Visiting now been elected captain of the team dumped in worn places of the unpaved. -- -- Overland Co. C-4-tf. work harness' ; farming implement; ..

streets thereby preventing pools of: FOR SALE-Two barrels Cane Syrup 10 head of cattle; 12 head of hogs. 1
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Morganis Mrs. W. H. Biggs, of Lawtey Mr. water forming after rains. The east at $1.50 gallon. See Sam FOR SALE!:-One 6-passeinger, car Price $2800.( Chas Niles., Route 2, 4
the latter's niece Miss Jennie En- per
and Mrs. D. C. Higg, of Hastings, end of Call street is being thus raised Rosenberg. Starke. run like new, price $576.00; \ Quigley Hox 23, Starke, Fla. 0-4-41.

uis, of Tampa. .. and Mrs. E. E. Barthlon, of Middle. and it will require all the sawdust '; Overland Co. B-4-tf -

burg are guests this week at the that can be hauled during a month. .. FOR SALK;'-My W-acre) farm 4 mile 'I)
Mrs. J. M. Murrhee has lately had
"' home of Dr. and !Mrs. E. L. Big s. FOR RENT-Two cottages: one on from Ktarku on Starke and Raiford !
her residence on Thompson street re- Mrs L. W. Kickliter and granddaughter Walnut street and one on Madison.J. public road; 50 acre of open land; "

shingled and otherwise repaired. Mrs. Angie Sternburg left Wednesday : Mills Maria Thomas left W. Morgan. 6-21-tf. 1 horse, 1 mule, farming implements

for Jacksonville where she Tuesday for Jacksonville from which growing (crop one set of

Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Wainwright the will join her daughter, Mrs. R. II point they will go by water to New FOR SALE-Ford touring car 1119* buildings, including barn and other

and infant were visitors to metropolis Barbour, and they will go: to Winter York then to Boston and Canada to model., Inquire of John Uglow: outbuildings.: All for $3,000: and '':

Sunday. Haven to spend several weeks with visit relatives. They were accompanied Btarke. 0-26-Zt if sold before July ht a discount

Mr. Barbour, who is in business there. as far as Charleston by Miss Jessie of 6) per cent will be given. J. F. ':.
Mrs. F. Rhoden had guests
J. as
C. B. of Thomas who goes: to that city to FOR SALE-One pair good mules Norman Route 1, Starko Fla. ,
last Jones
week her nephew
,
Pablo Beach.N. A new line of Arrow Soft Col. visit her sister, Mrs. Arthur Murrhee and good heavy double wagon. Reasonable 6-11-tf.

lars just arrived at Sternberg's rAN for cash J, F. Bennett

Mon Ladies, try our Warner Cornets Lake )Butler Fla. 0-lfi-tf! FOR 'SALE-Two Vlctrolas; 1 brand
A. Mixon of Dundee left
with Homer Limbaugh: after a pleasant and you won't have any other new Baby Deluxe, cost $75./ with
day after spending several days vacation spent in Starke with his parents kind. Hternber '8. CROSS TIE CUTTERS Write for six records; will Mil\ for tflfi. if taken ,
big brother C. A. Mixon. price and ship your ties of alIradea '
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, at nrire. One National' Grafn- "
Tallahassee wherehe Mr. and Mrs. Chenley Fogg: and : to Cress Manufacturing Co.,
returned Sunday to nola, second) hand in perfect shape, ,
of Provi
Mrs. Susanna Beilling children of Graham were visitor Jacksonville, Florida. 8-6-20-ljrr
engineer little '
bar
I holds a responsible position as with 20 double records, at a
dence spent the week-end with her to the University city this morn IMPORTANT LETTER
in the municipal plant. gain. Will sell for half down and
brother C. A. Mixon. ing. Mr. and Mrs. Fogg: have two FARM WANTED-Wanted to hear balance on monthly payment plan.

Our tore is full of bargains in daughters: attt'ndinlthe: Summer Nor COLUMBUS, GA.-"D< etor Picree'iGolden from owner of farm or good land See Aubrey Moore, Stark, Fla.,
Work Pants, $2.00 a pair, at for !Men Women and mal School here and took occasion to Medical Discovery l U certainly for sale. Send price and descrip Box 483.
,
Stump's. everything visit them while in the city. The a grand medicine for stomach tion. Fall delivery. L. Jones, IloxEIS1
.
Children. Stump's.Mrs. the trouble. I have gulf Bred greatlyall
attending summer Ill.
ladies Olney,
young NTleeTM !:
Taffeta, Messaline and Peu De school Misses Leta and LinniFogg. my life with disordered Btomarh. ward of (.our*. Cnmmtalf ra of +
Sole in black only at '2.25 a yard.Morgan' . J. L. Brownie returned Satur. are 17th. My food seemed to wt no heavy, Itrailford' tntmtf; Florida. will n.... at the ,1
,
Palatka with her : .-Gainesville News, LOST-Cow, color light yellow) three .
day from a visit in no matter what I ate. 1 have taken court Mwn' th* Cl.rk': Offlo Monday +
.. A. V. Long. Mrs old at first calving; no brand; July" .. IIUO. an a board ", ..,u.II..-"* fnrthft
daughter, Mrs. of many of the medicines advertiw-d years pu...... of rearing nmplalnta and ...
Rawson of Miami spent the Brownlee was accompanied home by Come and see our new line for this trouble but none of them haiever marked) split underbit In one ear .dvk, ,. 4mrl..nny a. ta th* valu. of any firnp.rrty. .
Davis and her little granddaughter, Annie Long, Striped and Figured Voiles, light come to 'Golden MedicalDiwovery and split upper bit in the other. Re. .... or ......nal. or mlMd a. nid brth

,+ weekend Mrs. J. R.with Davis.his parents, Mr. who will make an extended visit here. and dark colors, 50c( to $1 yardStump's. up for giving prompt and ward of $10 for her return to Charley awnlfMt* County the Tax nwiwm Aee..or or aif.for nla th of. such pear prop.f 120

Btarke. It* .
lasting relief. Whenever) I have a Strickland rty
at Stump's.Geo. liver with lick h..ttdttt'ht'and .------ C A. RODERTS.W. .
Shirts 75c at Overalls $2.35 aluurginh T. Wr.F.KS Chairman of tkjnl
Work ,
advertisements
Boy's
classified
I Those who wish constipation I have found that FOR SALE-Good driving or work Clark and A udlto.. 1*.

Stump's.Miss E. Andreu left Tue.iday for : inserted in the Telegraph: will Dr. I'ierce'u I'leaBant I'elU-ta are aVery mare; family cow; 6 months old

today for Durbin St. Johns county where he'' please note that every word whether efficient remndy. They do not heifer calf; two good sow in far NOTIC! OP ri.rc-TioM: :
Naomi Diggs leaves with letters or figures, and My th* tows .....W In thm hy th. RrrMiol ..
written ,
J.d sfrutation as grIpe or (BUM w- other distressing\ heavy horse buggy .
any row one -
-- has accented a ; wagon; 1..m of th* rHat of .'...1.... th. Hoard of
woodsman for the Cummer Lumber each initial must be counted to get condition Burh an a great many pills ; spring berry wagon; plows; I'tilill Irwtruetlon of llradford. County: hr-
Catarrh Cannot Be Curedby Mr. Andreu had been employed the number of words at one cent each, do.-MRfl. LAURA KIMIUtf: 3503Earlcne : cultivator; one horse disc; hand by ord ni an lMtton to b* h.ld In Vand.Tlillt .
LOCAL ArPUCATlONS. a. too Co. the ad + Hnelal' .Hub RchiMil lll.trkt No in.
cannot reach the eeat of the dlaease.Catsrrh by this company before in the sam including: the words composing I Avenue. plows; cultivator hoes and other on Hatunlar' July' 84. U?O. for tU purpn
la a local dtaeaae. greatly AIi1' and he know. his work. dress. And no advertisement, if It is Few famiiifs have not at Home hand tools. One mile north of nf rl.et'nir thr*. triutU.. and to d.tarmin.
I)( capacity, ...... .... ..
tht
londltlona. of
need by cunatitutlonal to only one time, will be Inserted "nt nilllair* to h* Md.for
CATARRH MKUU3NS: will cure i ealarel1. appear time or other ut-d this Golden Starke. W. H. Kuhl. 6-25-tf./ the nurpoM of holilln' the laid ...I..I.tkm l .-
It I. taken /Int.r"fJ.l1y and seta throuRb Miss Jeannette Matthews is In Eus- for less than 25 cents. So bear I Medical Diwowry. Over twmty- th.* fiillowlriir m.n.ir.*ni b.,. b"*n ape.
the Hluod on the. Mi-win fart& '. ot the be attendant this in mind when you send money million bottle have U--n wAd IHilnt.d. r'. M. Norman, K M. AI..".., W,
: to an four << +
Sjaiem HALL'S CATARRH .MEoDICINI! tis. where she went FOR SALE-Registered pigs; four I.Mart',....
I. compoj.ee' of -...m.. of the 'boat tenseIknown "at at the marriage of her friend along to pay for ads. 1 in thin country. I'olact China boars, 4 mo. old; flveDo..e L C. rOWKt.U:
coral :.e" wuh: .oma of the" Chairman RonrH Public .Ii.tructl n, Bradford
Howard Gam validi'
blood 1>urln"r.. Th. perfect combination Miss Willie Tgou to Mr. of Send lOc to Dr Pieree's : Jersey sow and five bnora, CountFlorida.: .
of th., In"redlent. 1 I": I'"ALL-8 CATARRH such WOD ble. The' marriage took place on the Mrs. W I' Archer and children Hot-l l in r f. "l N Y f"" I'lal i i 4 to C mo*, old; prices reasonable; A Ural
and
MEDICINE la what produce West are visiting relatives ,f K R. POrrf'LL.Co .
the Key
o'clock at tb.ta.
eight : peel.
condition inst., at invited.) of
Oerful reaulta In catarrhal 24th I 1 Inspection College Ag-: Sept and Rvc> '-28-81-7-38
in Starke
DruKvlata Itc. Teatlmonlala. Iree. Presbyterian church. friend .
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FRIDAY JUNE 25. 1920.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE. FLORIDA
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oy I THREE NEGROES HUNG INUUI' BUMBLEBEE CASE DECIDEDOnce
LUTII -
Famous Caw ii.. Now Matter of

Dulutb, Minn., June 16.-Virtually history .
normal] condition prevailed here today -
:following: the disorder of ]last night,, Near midnight last night the jury I
f when a mob of :five thousand sweeping bunch returned a verdict of not I

the police from power, seized the in the trial of the Bumble-Bee Island Merit That Makes MileageIn
three negroes held in connection withan guilty. The defendants in the cases,
attack on a seventeen-year-old it will be remembered were arrested
1 white girl The available records show during the latter part of 1917 and

that only one previous lynching in the during the first part of 1918. upon

flat, and that of a white man about charges of conspiring against the Tires for the Smaller Cars
to evade
twenty years ago. for attacking a United States government r
iiq% t girl. the selective draft act.

A mock trial] was held by the mob> Originally 48 defendants were connected

t \ jn the police station and three negroer with the case,, but during the .
were found guilty and three others,, last trial the number of defendants
also njd in connection with the as- I dwindled down to bet ten. Such extraordinary competence and care

1, Sault, were acquitted and turned back Old gray-haired. men and young fulness characteristic of all Goodyear
are
as
va the police. boys were rented by United States

Not a shot was fired in the attack Department of Justice*oflicials] in connection nI manufacture likewise characterize Goodyear'sbuilding
station the members of with the case. One of those
k on the police ,
S the mob using bricks and other mis- arrested"' before the war was a minister ? o of tires for the smaller cars.
of the gospel> but on the stand
ales, and in the final stages; of the
fight' streams of water, from fire hone testified that he gave up the ministry unusual and endeavor
taken from police themselves.] Shortly because he could not express his opin. Only very experience
ions regarding' ; the draft act. relative value built .
after midnight the mob still surrounded make possible the high ;
the police station but there Several of the defendants admitted
q was no indication of further trouble. having subscribed money to the checkIng into the 30x3-, 30x3%-, and 31 x4'inch ,

; j The police raid the mob would disperse account of Tom Watson to test"' Tires in Plant No. ,2 the \
in a few hours without otherdisorder. the constitutionality of the draft act, Goodyear our ,

I i after they had read an article or articles world's largest factory devoted to these sizes. 14 i
i
of which Tom Watsonwas
}' t It was reported that three or four in a paper
automobiles loaded with editor telling: of his willingnessto / .
trucks and
4 members of the mob had darted atmldnill'ht test the constitutionality: of the In addition to the larger sizes Goodyear .

toward Virginia Minn., draft act.
$. builds a daily production averaging 20,000
where it was said four other negroes The defendants first went on trialin ,
it had been arrested in connection with January 1919, but "flu" broke out tires of these smaller sizes alone makes them

"' the fame case In the court during the trial] and court

ry' The negroes were roustabouts with I was dismissed for the time being. The II easily available, regardless of the big demand,
it
circus that appeared here yesterdayand case was again taken up by the United of Ford Chevrolet Dort Maxwell
the seventeen-year-old white girl States District Court June 10, 1919, IU : to owners ,

was attacked" on the circus grounds: and this trial] resulted in a mistrial, and other cars taking these sizes.
qi p last] night.; The cirsug was in Virginia nine of the jury being; for acquittaland lII ;I, I ,
and it said eight negroes three for conviction. The trial] .
was
today III'' ; the
were taken into custody there, but of the defendants this week made the If you are one of these owners, go to

( only four held. One report was that third time they were before. the court I'' nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for
the Virginia authorities and John for trial.

Murphy, Duluth's chief of police", had < Since the first trial of the BumbleBee these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist
started" back to Duluth with these four Island bunch four of the original
i suspects before the mob trouble broke 'number arrested died they" being;: Tubes. He carries a stock.

Will McPherson. Have Stevens, Seth
out here, but it was understood" that 1
the party had been diverted to another Osteen and R. A. Hunt.
Those standing trial this week were:

cityThe negroes! hanged were Isaac Me- Solon Sycurgus Wilder Marby Wilson

Ghie, Elmer Jackson, and Nate Green Willie Coombs, alias\ Willie Bennett,
e' all about twenty-two years old. They Sam Sevcrence, Arthur Roberts William -

were ]lynched in order named at 11:30: A. Roberts Sunny Sapp, James

I ; p. m., 11 ::38 p. m., and 11:45: p. m. Coombs alias James Bennett and =-- .
i AH professed their innocence. Nhk Wilder.
ti' 9 When the two companies of national Nineteen men were on trial when

s T G ] gaurdmncn arrived here today, they the case went to the jury nine of the !

found only the damaged! police station nineteen were discharged by the court 3O,.S'/4 Goodyear Double-Cure 40 Goodyear heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that ;
.i"" evidence of Those arrested in connection with $23 rthforte, Why rink a good eating with a .
and;) the littered street ns Fabric, All-Weather Tread ,_ caning properly !:
the mob's activity the case were from Lafayette and Suwannre thcap tube Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes o.>ht little more ;. 1 I I3ox3t
hours last night counties Goodyear Single-Cure 5A teas: tube of let tucnt. 30x3!2 size in water- \
f the For, mob at held leant sway two, only relinquishingits ; Judge Willam B. Sheppard of IYn- Fabric, Anti-Skid Tread __ :* L 1_ proof uug ..._........ $4"0 .

after the negroes had been ..sacola presided over the court and 4
power his the last] evening
charge to jury
to C
I lynched. It took three attempts !
la tA'd nearly one hour and a half.
broke .
the
hang the first negro as rope ;
John L. Neeley, United States district $ d1 -
o twice. attorney assisted by C. 11. Huffman )

t a- "" looked] after the interests of the I :.=. ::':';"'---'-
"PEACH AWAY
REAL F'Alt I =J. -- f

government was represented in the trial by while Judge'the E.defense G.. i GDo yEA: :_/;;:' ;;, I

,,
llritixhers To Prepare
Sir Henry Warm -
fly Judge Cary 1) Landis and lion, : /.d' _
:,
of All t= -
for Bigge! Scrap Colonel
C. D. Jr., of lU-Land, and by t.a
Evans Ilaile, of this city .
London, June 17.-The war cat i ia =
about 15 ,
The jury was only out
P out of the bag again. : I
__ minutes and reached, the verdict of
I Sir Henry Wilson, Field Marshal In not guilty.: -Gainesville News, June a = ;u..o.-
the British army and directorgeneraof ]
17th.
_ ., of operations at the British War Of.
I 4 fur, :
says -- --
than their companions and Miss
"'\'t' have been told l that we went Cone last week-end."
Roach was caught in the strong undercurrent
t into the last war to end war. We did Norman was seen struggling Me Ha. J. E., E. H. and Alvin Cle
i not; we went into It to save our skim. mons, and A. B. Surency" in
with her and. Gregory and Miss: we'e
We were told l that after the recent / Brooker Saturday. RESOURCES OVER
KiiKM'll. went to their assistance. Lifesavers HALF A MILLIONA
war we" were to have peace", but we<
tl p also went to their aid. :\Ir, and Mrs( S. V. Andrea of
have) not got it. There are at present
Miss Russell, expert swimmer Brooker of W. F. Com
an were guests:

n."We.. were told that the war was tend < death, a* Norman who was twice surprise party was given at the ford

s war, but it was not; it did not gassed exhausted.in France soon Life became savers mild completely home of A, L. Greene Saturday, night County Bank at close of business, May 31 1920
Those Wt.rofi Ozena
( and
P and it could not" present l'
L .
Addressing the ollirers of the various a determined. effort! to reach the unfortunate Odessa Melvin, Messrs. Euntis Kelly, RESOURCESNotes

British army services at the Union young man but were unnuc'cessful. Chester Andreu, of New River, Vas

Jack Club, Field] MarshalVllnor They did however bring the coo Huzen, Ray Andreu" of Brooker and Bills Discounted $276,142.63
said: rest of the party back safely to the lUlph Hazen Charlie and ,v.o Com
I "I hope you mt'n. to whatever beach as they too, were in grave danger i and Evan Hodge.: School warrants 59,008.14

r branch of the service you belong, will I Mrs. Martha Parrish of Dukes ii. Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 19.000.00
A M 'do all you can to keep fit and readyfor !Mrs Katherine :II. Norman, mother spending a few days with her daughter : Other Real Estate
i the time that is coining. Except of young Norman, who went' to the Mrs A. L. Greene." owned 6,769.30U.

1'' in August 1014 our country and our beach Sunday after being: informedof Mrs. Alice" Surrency" and daughters! S. Bonds and Muncipal Bonds 16,400.00War

Empire" have" never wanted you more. the tragedy; is still there, refusing; Vera and Rosa, were guests; of J. E
We are \living in ticklish and dangerous to give up hope for the" recovery ol demons Sunday afternoon. Savings Stamps 160.00

times and! our command on "t'a. the body of her son Messrs. Lester' Pinholster and Joe. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.
on land! and inthe air is being challenged Earl] Norman was well known and Parrish were in this section Sunday.. 977.14
in various parts'" of the world. universally Ilkt'dln Jacksonville wherehe Mr. and Mrs. Willie Parrish. of Cash on hand and in Bank 122,011.61

. "1 hope you will carry this-warn had lived 1 practically all his life. Pukes, were guests of relatives here I
ing if you like-away with you from He served with distinction in the British during: the weekend.C. $500,468.82

{dI a very old! soldier who knows what I army on the, western front; wastwice W, Colson was a guest of J. B. LIABILITIES
6 4 he is talking about." gassed find otherwise wounded Cone of Lake Butler Saturday after

r Sir Henry's statement, cool and and participated In Home of the blood- noon.J. Capital' Stork' Surplus k undivided profit' *I7O.:;(MJT
calculated has roused considerable lest ilghtinR/ in the Ypres sector Hewon E. demons and son Alvin wt'rein Cashiers Checks
/ debate. Wpxtminister Gazette his commission as lieutenant at Brooker Sunday.. outstanding 1,744.84

hails it as a highly courageous declaration the battle of Hill.No.. 70. Mrs F. I.. Colson and daughters, 1)4'poria( 8.11.07:1..12
of truth which many British -- - ----- Iva and Virginia Mr. and Mrs C. W.

j politicians! have sought to hide. A PINE: Illt.L Colson I and buby were week-end visitors ", $500,468.82We
member of Parliament who sought of Mr. and :Mrs. Steve Cason. ofNew
further (.enlightenment the question Pine Hill June 25.-Tom Andrews River. pay 4 per cent interest compounded

being particularly concerned anT was in our section Thursday morning. ---.---- quarterly, in savings account.
to WlIItoYt'r Britain wold fight TiextKuxia ', Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency were LONG BRIDGE We appreciate your account whether large or sma.BRADFORD .
or the United! States-got no guest"' of J. "', Surrency and family
-. of Bradford, Friday.E. '
Satisfaction. Long Bridge, June 25. Mr. and
;
COUNTY
'.
II. demons, of Wauchula, spent : BANK
----- Mrs. W. M. Hodges and daughters, : J
weekend with his Mr.
NORMANTimesUnion the parents
EARL R.
Rosa Elvira
and Clara of
and Mrs! J. E. demons. He was accompanied Starke N. T. RITCH Pre. W. T. WEEKS V.Pre.
the week-end, here relatives l
spent with :, . H. RITCH Cashier JJJ
( ) home by A. B. Surrency, ,
and friend!' :
Little, hope is now entertained forthe who will visit Relatives' there and at Era -
Lake
s Roberts of Butler, spent
t 31++ recovery" of the body of Earl R. Plant CityClyde __ the' week here
i Norman, 23 years, and hero of the Ward of Jacksonville, is Rev. McGuire" of ] conducted :: -
t J i world war, who was drowned in the spending: some time with relatives and Palatka Butler Saturday. t tI 1: our section Sunday.
a very interesting meeting here! Mr. and Mrs. Miller Johns of New I Colds; Cause Clrlp and Influenza
surf at Pablo Beach Sunday morning friends in the Pine Hill and Brookcr I i I Chester Andreu in
h last week converting nine was our section
"' Incoming tides have failed to cast the sections.Harloy. new members River were in our burg Sunday Sunday night LAXATIVE:BROMO QUININE:Tablets remove tbMUM. .
who were baptized at the river" Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Godwin and There Is ODe "Bromo Qu1oIM."
feared Andrea, of Old Bradford
i the beach and it is '
& body upon Sunday at 930.: They were, Ruby of Raiford, attended Gerald Adkins of Palatka, spent E.W. GROVES sl nmJ..,ep boy 3U,.
} ij: I w it has been carried so fur to sea that was the guest of his cousin! CharlieSertant Johns Smith Johns, Joe Moody Evelyn ', church daughter here, Et'I'le.Sunday. I the weekend with I\Is parents
it will not return, ,
"i I
+ I !' Girl Wouldn't Go in (dlar.t'.nin& ] Smith. Jessie Howling, Lula MayConner I. B. M. Dowling and John Stansill
maintained Clark visited his
Search was throughoutyesterday I Lloyd and family How
of Charlie a Noted Vet." Gets
t Rat Hastings Smith passed through our bu'rg Rid of Rats
Friday.
1 for the body. This tragedy Mary demons. brother near Lake Butler Sunday. I "'armer
makes the third that has occurred l Mrs. Teppt'r, Plainfield N. J., says, I George: Rivers was business visi- :Mrs. Ladd Conner and daughter '.u- I Dr. H. H. Heed
Ruby Howard the week herewith Butler
spent RAT
this", season at the beach. It is said "Rats were so bad in our cellar the Mrs. Jim Adkins. I i tor to New River Saturday afternoon.Donald la May of Hastings, spent the past I SNAP around says, "I use
''lqr that the undertow this year has been servant girl wouldn't go: .here Bought Adkins is visiting; his parents week with her mother my hospitals every 3
Raymond Brown was In our burg months whether I see rate not. It
some RAT SNAP and it cleaned all Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adkins. Tom or
] Parnell of New does
River
Sunday.Mrs. I was in :, the work-RAT SNAP them
bathers the ruts out." RAT SNAP destroys Mark Tomblyn! of Raiford was in our burg Thursday afternoon. gets
Bon is every time.
Sapp slowly improving I recommend it to everybody
ruts and rnicv. Absolutely pr.venhock'J'B.
their depth. Pierce Crews was a visitor to Lake our burg Sunday EuKtis Kelley, of New River attended having rats." Don't wait until
Cornea in cake form no mix-
Life savers endeavored to "save' Nor Jim Thomas and brother, Howard church I there is
Cats dogs won't touch it. 3: here Thursday night. I I a brood of rats act Immediately
but he went down before they ing. or ; attended church here Sunday. I
man
? could reach him. He was in the surf sizes, :2!!;c. 50c $1. Sold and guaranteed tic!Rub-My-Tism; it kills the poison Is a powerful caused from antisep infected I I Mrs. Thomas of New River attended Ethan Sapp and brother, Grover sues, you see the first one. Tht'ee
and by D. C. Jones and :Mitchell's( here ; were visitinir the l 25o 60c. Si. Sold and guaranteed ; -
1 with a party of friends and he cuts, cures old sores, Letter" etc. church Sunday county seat Thurs i I by D. C. Jones
and Mitchell's
t. a Miss Roach ventured out farther Drug Store.-Adv. -Adv. I :Mr. Parker, of New River, was in i day. I I Drug Store.-Adv.

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FRIDAY JITNE 2.% 1920.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE

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,,; they found the two negncs near the the way to get rain in dry time was. to Phoebe Hownrii, >.! red malt work. -.

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. place where they were in the habit of kill a horse" and hang it un tho fence ing for Frank Sums of New Smyrna,
sell "g whiskey. One recto threw If a was about t.1to blind land resident of Midway Daytona, was .
._
: I 6WW .YWW. WVWVW ..Y. r.. shi'tr'jn' to his shoulder l 10.1 the officer knock one i. e out and the other would I jdfownod at Rose Bay !Monday night

ired first the bullets :king thru become st."'Igcr.\ He said that if ellen)<< the cur in wh I'hhc'! vtt riding

; 1 Live State News his uoulderl'he negro .s ho tried you weighed n bucket of water then I skidded anti turned over +in t the bay.'pinning .

.t Y fyyy ta ..,lay Blackwoll\ Friday i ifht.( ali put a live fl.- Inn and weighed it again her underneath and 'It-owning\

I "$*** **-******...M_ .MJ IUtII-R.A'_ AAA6A -i' I d l 1 to fire on the pan n<,1 t dep- th"e would bi .,.o difference in weight; her before she could be rMnratr'AVhen .

[ L Told by Our Exchanges uf- I il.nvilton, : shot him II'< ti.i ,' headI It sounded i i.lni >M, incredible that the, Mr. Sams allowed the maid togo '

I ;?: r- revolverThey \\",')- un-icd swallows Mn? t'tl 1 in the bottom of on \acatlon Frank Johnson\ rolon-d,

, --- -' ., | to 1 KMitowit for medical tvti. "... nt. lake during winu-i but grandpa waul chauffeur for Mr. Sams took Mi.

Thirty fat the > | Tin 'a,. ores for one man t" i >\oi- | it and it must !hp so. He had Brent respect Sam' car to bring the woman toDuy-!
ncica ed] stock will
at the I j' no doubt e IH- fairly good, but th ..-'erI for the mu, and whatever was tona to catch the early moinii, j Ktrnin.
chula July I, sold short, Uti the bank has 1)1I i I klur- d\<' head will probably ,not, t !le- I done, must I" doin' ttcMu-dmg to certain I Ai Johnson was di lying acn i 1
splendid ilu''idenda I
continuous I! f. '
I the \ : cot I phase of that luirmary., though Rosa Bay, with the rain curtains up.
We I past thirteen years or since :: 1! I two grandpas seldom' agnea. to in ome mariner ""m. car skidded and
I, organization. tIE 1.I\L; .tN () FALL 01' iKAM-: what I .
people in (' j I : I phase. j turned over into the water, the wo- I
near future J 1'rtt'or This belief in all that !grandpa\ said j mUll drowning. while Johnson wasthrown
Governor Catts has set July 21';! 1'r : S naturally retarded which i is clear of the and unite
church to be : b progress I car was ,
j' for the execution of Robert ,
Black
Ocklawaha the TelegraphN the reason for some parts of the, conn- j I jured.
on well vho convicted
was of the
murder -
11,'. on count of putriarrhial customs
of :Mr. and :Mrs. Davis, an old '..." Hobeit. Buiiis wrote 4'ThcCotti and handed down orronoVus beIiofn. ----

Heavy couple who lived in Okaloosa county. 1.l'i Saturday Night" grand-pa J 1
others with
are way behind But
have :I The case came to this county on a was in I t1)e' ronith of bin. !glory. .Since the coming .if. the schools'iconoclastic Quit\ Likely' I IPruhnbly
mainder of change of The tlien the nnotui, more<< city mendcn't
venue. brother Will) hi. fame has gradually declined<< tendencies force. So ofgrandpa's tlJr
trained
there. The '' many en 1 luirk to the ("I'mI" that .
B'atkwoll, who was also implicatedIn j until III| present it in hardly diNcoruibio d'Mtimes hive born .
000. I'I the murder, died in the Petisacola \\ hat ban caused<a l hi Ig !"

Three hills jail some months ago. facet is at. His youngest t icinndthils. dis1putos .
1|I j l pu' a1)i Ideas had all with him able its I i iassertions. -- "
existea
and i is to prove | .
$l0: for The situation Till.U"I"ITO: \ ( > is DC.VULY
j caused
this by the drainage o\oi U.) M.nid until a century ago << From grandpa being the i

acre River field of the spillway of the canals was by critical the opening ,if 1 Ibvcan whei ilu most progressive nations grout oracle, this hunoi has descended\ l l lhseadt' t'll rr) Ir:; Innects. : I''rpd.re: .t
so that
own ; to bieuk away from this mental upon the teacher.Grandpa !'
over $2,000 River crs and captains of various boats on ) ,thraldom\ While they existed!, .. might neter have born ovi i A hanger tl

Little | Lake OReochobpe declared they wel'cwithdrawing YOU'LL find lb' cooh... and grandpa was "it," for hu was the most or fond of "work and when his, first + '} I III
all further shipments of the North wind '0t'8,1.U"II. Mosquitoes< )hl I M> always 1 men with
) 'I. u ted member of the When grandson became old ask
.. family. enough I to
James (' coU. Ward' pr n. \ but their tharuetor
from Palm Beach because tIC, draw tmo has only 1
| I Cm;: .h and Lemooeru.hl h. > .lun was sworn not to acquirer Much questions ns, "h.lonl(' IK a 'long
,
chased the j big off of :1 I to 4 feet of water in the aunt drhdouilMM m..k.. CbflniImitMiblel t than s-hotT" "how linen tocoHiilEi, a short time. They 'j
in knowledge wu actu- many cutworms in u taper
and pinery, : I are carriers of !Malaria and f
canals
had made it geimi
impossible to "
1
ails forced him it stands, to patch "ciin homcfly
> upon a whip a'akee'terhuwkf"
on which arc navigate. I The f wclu lv.W rd proce..blends other deadly discuses. Mr.. Cuiroll, a f
: the lelk.t. oil of fre.kivia.kaJmra.s | j 01 that' the older a man wax the he felt that his l>on-
planted to government investigator in Cuba it
I or lemon with belt uJI.r tnt i"', in must Know he hadlustamed 01''J' a-ripctrfniti. quit wnik amisot suys
as (
was $25,000.One Thirteen of the Chinamen taken" .nd citric, add (the natural ncU of "Niiturul yellow feverrt" :ninsmittedl ,
I cUnit fruilet* | more hard knocks from experiencethan up as an made.\ From Hitting
l II
from the schooner >' tilt moMquito and always and only
Rcdemplazo off his juniors.IMt.il still so much he got stiff joints! indigestion "
Tarpon/ Springs several weeks agohave by tho mosquito.' l''
cognac were been ordered deported. The whiNk..1'II were iMicU'd out of and, sore logs, and wa coddled Tha moHiuito] bite. Is often as deadly j j''1
by the folks until lie be
women -
two-masted other four are being held as witnesses O tl 1 1 1 existence they wore much worn by ax a ruttU>Miiikc's. '
Sanibel against the captain and crew who durtorn. for two rl'a80nl-thp Imported gait to believe lie, was an invalid. Thomore I By every method known to mankind
he coddled. the
guard sub are charged with smuggling 17 China an air of wisdom and theyneuod teas more 1)0'c'ount" both the national\ I mid local health, 7,.
he became, and he lost his. .
members of and 1 to hide facial expressiotm. For services arc trying to exterminate the '
men $30,000 worth of liquor into I
ried to the the United States. \ Instance, If'a doctor was culled on to memory, so that his whiskers wereof mosquito) Hut this will never bo.We .
; gl'l'ntpr'I'f' to him when platy I t
I ndmmiKtor to thin who
a very patient must protect ourselves against i
The I The state bank of KinMinmeo cap (4 complained, l of a pain in the lower big out an answer to a pur.zlmg CIII< this pest by proper srtoeniiijr .and the ,

river bridge italized'at $100,000. closed its doors putt of the, body, it was often hard tion. He forgot whether it was 'l8-1 use of TO It nNT.: TORMENT! ; is a i lw'-!

t making some Thursday afternoon hy order of Er- j, for the medico to decide if it 'was or the bumble-bees" that built gaseous vapor| in which no mosquito
I
working of : est Amos state Comptroller./ The in. buclmche or stomachache that ailed nests in ditches at tho approach I of a or try can liv>. It is death to Insert. ,

t. deeper water ability of borrowing cattlemen to realize Ithe, man If the doctor was beardless dry II1I80n. and compromized on yellowjackets. Torment is sold by druggists general
,
makes rapid on their live stock sufficiently t his dilemma was easily Keen, and hewai nut'hntvl'r he said stores unit dealers, everywhereManufactured oil

of the depth to met obligations to the bank is the put down as ignorant. But with was considered AS indisputable. { by G. B. William
liUgrandchildren
before .steel underlying cause which forced the ,1 beard all over his face and his eyes All this has Changed. ] now, for -I'! Company, Qtiitnmn, Ga., exclusively
r doubt some of hill ansertlons
bank to close, said N C. Bryan, president t hidden by shaggy brows, even the > -A.lv.--:! "1
Lieut. C. cf the bank. j I cutest old. granny could discern no and ask hoit can possibly -'- f'
be HO. You cannot doubt a person'sveracity
uncertainty only wisdom. For this
fire '
and venerate, him at the 1111 lilt ASPIRIN "
reason grandpa also wore whixkcrs.'Though i
electrocution l ;
Diamonds, rings and other !
stkKplns wise in his generation ho often time. As moon us doubt) began to gain I
of an jewelry valued at $10,000 werefctolen I' knew less than his "top" warunt- foothold, the! cute youngsters' eyvslwere ,-
ing
practice Saturday night from the jewelry opened to the fact that
| ed and he was often required to explain gtuiidpu;
fered wires store owned by S. P. Tilley in 'I things ho knew nothing about. couldn't sco and hoar UH well an they Name "Bayer" on Genuine stv

a Clearwater. The robbery was not But atin the doctor's case, it wouldn't could, hu couldn't,) run worth a cent

discovered until 11,10: o'clock last rli> :il', ,iviiifoss ignorance grandpa hid and not jump at all and every timu after
Frank Bond ; night when the clerks in the store ....
he hud eaten lie fell unleop." Thinfooling
liir dilemma behind his whiskers mid
M. M. Bond \ closed the safe at the end of the day'sbusiness. lookedVIM, increased! when they. found IIP p fi
1, until ho could Invent anIU'HWPI" ;,
i night
Sunday | didn't darn to 11,10 in un automobile, '
automobile i fi",\, t
in : I i' What i ill going to bectmiu of grand1pu I I fIl'
ger was ] A unfortunate affair occurred Whatever grandpa said was right ti' '
very ? Well, it ill evident that the w(1haN ( I""";
of the most Or of such M venerable aspect could ... f
Friday night "henIrs.: Waldo Hal't.man outgrown/ him. Let him just forgot "
the state. of fell from lint I,,' vat'lcate. For this reason a lot R ::
Gainesville an automobile ,
that he is grandpa the oracle, hind ,.j
b, Oran.. Cn.." Cn_ Cldaie tof" absurd bunk \ GosI .
( and received injuries which | prepared ] was accepted hu contended with being only un ordinary ,. oj
The city caused her denth a few hours later. In '' I pal, truth and survives In Home! localities man. Lot him keep on working .' i \ 1

cola company with Mr. Hartman and two I' SmJ forkaak'. ZfmunCruiBottled rh.Rtn.Y.'rOrurb.: ; /; -C>MlWan to this day. Grandpa taught that as far us his strength permits' exfivisu '1' "Buyer Tablets of Aspirin" is genuinu -

catchers as children, she was riding up West Main I I the birds were losing their voices, just bin memory to keep it alive and I Aspirin. "proved aura by million..

extermination when alt of a sudden she collapsed in Starke by i'j I because his deafness did not allow him! instead of tubouuitf "11\\ (1IIIgll'd notiong. ,, and prescribed by physicians fi>r over I

of two deaths and fell from the moving car before to hear them; he taught that the stars ." let him keep abreast nf the twenty yt'iirn.' Accept only an ui. *

lieved to be anyone could realize what was taking Cecil Ma Coining CO. were becoming fewer, because his times If he can make himself.. understand b'okcn1(1)1:1'/ puikugo which con- i

L Williams place. The lady evidently was stricken I STARKE FLA. failing! sight\ allowed him to see only that there is no valid rouiion why ,, luins proper diipctiiins to relieve the

bacteriologist with a fainting spell. ,.. _, the brightest\ ones The earth was he should! be venerated on account of llvuducho) Toothache, Uuiucho: Neu- j;

was no ('(' 'square and flat, except in Georgia his ago, then IIP will not bo offindmlbecause rulgiu, KhivimutiMit' Colds and rain '
Ing if proper The Florida State Normal school ing, carpenter and mill work, several I where It waR uneven In places.; the undue deference! 'is nut shown. Handy tin boxen of 12 tablets coot fuw ,k'

summer session is in full swing at the i i fisherman who have been bringing in .un wont around the earth lie said him. The common respect that in always cents. Druggists also sell large ',

The Florida)1'I university, Gainesville.: The capacity their ditches to one house, quitting 1 Is killer shown every good person\ will "Buyer puckiigun. Aspirin, in. trud't .,'
which of the dormitories is taxed with the early in the week for other jobs. One Iluh-My-Tism a great pain "
pany, It relieve pain and soreness caused not he lucking in his. case neither. marked Buyer Manufacture : < tIcaciduHti'f |t'
attendance in COO) reason in the fact that they are able
mill on the largest years. 'by Reformed 1 Grandparent I uf Salicylicuciil.-Adv.
( Khcumntism Neuralgia, Sprains,
| to make and good l at
sure
Crate young women and 100 young men are pay wages J,
for and other I work, while fishing! is more or
stroyed by entered the summer more are -,-- -- n -
the crossing expected. to arrive. Prof. Cawthon is I less of a gamble with varying l results

and the presiding in place of Dr. Cox, who Is at the end of each week.
t I J
that they will prevented from attending on accountof
illness 'I .Mill" Mable !Mead suffered< ing' of pine !
experience and one which she will

within ten Ralph E. Johnstone-, 18, son of Agnes I hardl)' care to repeat Saturday night RTINGOODS !

St. Palmer a New York actress kill- | near Cocoa when she was ION on the i J

and \ ed himself at :Miami after an Ineffectual -I IVninHiila. .She had Kun'<<""ltl the beach

ness catching attempt to shoot Ensign H. G. I! Saturday morning with Amen A. liar-

shrimp. The Tuckerman world war veteran. Ina low and G. U. rrankljn to assist with 3 '

been running fight, Tucket-man armed Home work which was bring done on ,
the Ilarlnw, of and
industry is with a shotgun and Johnstone with a tract land there

lines. A pistol the latter fired eight times at at about four o'clock (hat afternoonwhen .
being caught Tuckerman without striking him. He they decided t.. return home .
,
the himself. Ill !Miss !Mead started-<< aheadof the
Northern then pistol on
I turn the two is said to men wane two hundred<
The Perry have existed for some time. the men reached<< the boat on the Ha-
| nana Ricer Hide of th!. Peninsula I
I Increase its
fifty I On last Saturday night at about Miss Mead was not there, and after' BASEBALL

thousand ;, 7 o'clock Pcppertown near<< Lake City waiting Mime time for her to appear
'thl'y decided that ate muht bu last
r shares has was the scene of a murder when Lorn 1
Jones was shot and killed\ by his and they went on ahunt for her. They

1 Gflfl( has I I daughter Katie Jones both colored. kept up the hunt until after midnight 1
without and then GLOVES. MITTS SHOES
other Chill Evidence given; in by the woman was success came over ,
I to Cocoa and secured a large party
market, but that her father attempted to kill I '
They are her because his super had rot been i of men to assist in the search Sunday /' BATS BALLS and BASES'
J.
icine line.-- prepared with the result that she morning. During the morning she r PS / ,

shot and killed him in self defense. was found in a tree over a swamp /

The woman wag placed in the county where she had spent the night. lIeside. ci\- \Jl.

sift Jail to await preliminary hearing set !. s the severe discomfort which she 1!
for June 11th. had suffered she was none the worse
for her disagreeable experience.
Doesn't
Mr A. Flatauer, one of Apalachi- TENNIS
costs "ola's prominent merchants attempted Friday night Deputy C. I). Black-

suicide Sunday afternoon at his well, of Urniientown, went out near 4
Kllenton to to locate still. As
home by shooting himself through theI..ft try a

I breast, the bullet from the pistol he was coming home a negro waylaid RACKETS AND BALLS :
him and him
just missing the heart and going out shot at once the bullet

his back. At this writing he is still /going, : through his hat. The officer .
grabbed the and as the
condition negro negro
precarious
alive but in very
jerked louse he shot again. The negro -
his wife
I' :Mr. Flatauer lost a year ago:
been despondent. then ran and the deputy emptiedhis
and since has quite
with hi. daughterand gun at him without hitting him. r
He lives B. LILIENBLUM
I son-in-law Mr. and Mrs E. M. I Saturday afternoon they went to arrtit
I
from Atlanta the nrjrroe The officer wa UPconpt -
Spearanother daughter/:
; time d..: two oth r d< jt S aid<1 I
is also with him at thin!
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KILL THE RATS
There i is an alarming ncar< 'itj ofI I
the Palm Beach market''
I fresh fish in "

'One fish dealer reported that receipt I Gainesville ,. ;

I,1 of fish from local waters had dropper ,", ; j
off tit practically 16 per cent ">f that TO-DAY I --- ,,!

With your brought in daily three month-- ago: -

any hard corn '! Another attributed this decrease in By Using
the toes and supply to the fact that HO many fish Florida J JI Jj

bottom of | erman had latelygone Into other STEARNS'PASTE
A tiny : channels of end-.\" >r, such an paint- I I

ftt any drug ; (luk... matlnn.l.ra'rnlin.awforen.NWw....,hi>.and "........... lie-- a. 1b1aa1..WYIaY
upon the The Quinine That Does !Not Arfect The Heed I ......... .tai thi *p*etA to run from UM riullnw -
el.o".e hurting, Ina let wp.ii4 frvHih air.dying outnulAln .
bothersome B/M-...... of Ire tnnlr' end I..sttr..f.rt. LAX4. I a r>w rS.rmnnu. Two 1)u.. W..ni1.UH.
TTVEBROMO! OUMNE (T.birtO na he t..-o I .ewWt.au'Aya. W kill lr<_M m Y4)._. j t
aad all. .Iob..t wudnq ta+wae.ne.t or r ",'
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