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: August 6, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I FORTY-TWO.
i VOLUME STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDA V, AUGUST 6, 1920. NUMBER SIX.

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I MINUTES OF MEETING OF LAWTEV MAN MAKING BIG I'' SMALL CYCLONE DOES DAMAGE; 1 BLACK .
ACCUSED!; OF ATTACKING
I SCHOOL BOARD !MONDAY SUCCESS AT GRAPE GROWING'JUDGE WILLS DIES IN GAINESVILLENoted | WHITE WOMAN.: KILLED

1 Four Dueling In Its Path De.trojedWednenday
Board met in regular session with Six Acre Vineyard Yields. A. JJ I -- \
all members prevent on August 2nd, Schwartz Income of $2500 I Jurist Beloved Citizen and He was notably devoted to his fam. leaped From Fait Motlnjr Train a.

as follows, Chairman L. C. Powell, I Chritttian Gentleman Gone to ily, his wife and sons. All day Wednesday: the rata ('a mepourin& He Was Being Rushed to Safety I
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P. M. Padgett and T. B. Pinholster. A. J. Schwartz who lives three Ilia Reward I A few days before his death on his down over this section, sometimes 1
of last meeting read and miles northeast of Lawtey has six j tick bed he recited:
Minutes accompanied by gentle gusts of Daytona, July 31.-Herbert" Brooks,
approved as read., acres in a vineyard. Six hundred Monday morning, August 2nd, "I would not live always; I ask not wind. The monotony was relieved bya the negro arrested in Miami suspected -
crates of grapes have been harvestedand Starke was put in general mourningover to small cyclone, whch, during its brief
The matter of repairs of the Vanderbilt stay I of an assault on a white woman,
sold at $3.50 and $4.00 crate. I the news of the death of Judge Where career, did much damage
school house was then takenup per storm after storm rises( dark and who was being spirited away
All orders were with local Florida James T. Wills. This event had not The axis of this violent
o'er
and the board agreed to put a new ] the way; whirlwindwas from a mob Intent on IYII'hinahim,
roof on the old building and finisn markets, bringing: the total sum of ben unexpected, as he had been fee- The few lurid mornings that dawn on in a north-south direction, coming came to a tragic end about noon today
ceiling the annex to the building. $2,280.00, besides a quantity of jelly ) ble for a long time and had kept out us here from the south. It first struck when" he leaped from a fast moving

Upon motion the request of the patrons made from bunches of grapes: j of sick bed only through sheer determination Are enough for life's woes, full enoughfor the place of Wm. Coleman, near the train one mile north of Orniond elation .
from Enterprise school was were not full enough to ship, which I) ; yet the fact that one whomwe its cheer. Boutdruin school house, demolishing striking his. head on a cross tie
granted and Mr. L. C. Powell wag appointed will net $250.00 This vineyard was I had so long known and loved had the dw'lIInaand outbuildings Mr. which caused instant death.
pruned by Mrs. Schwartz, who has ceased to exist, was a severe blow to Who who would live : Coleman suffered a severe blow the
as a committee of one to ne alway away on The negro, heavily /shackled, was
gotiate for a piece of lend l material I studied this branch of agriculture.She all. A complication of diseases had from his God leg, and the members of his familyall seated beside Sheriff W, R. Monroe,

and empowered to let contract for the I also directed all sprayings: and set in and advanced age could not I Away from yon Heaven, that blissful sustained contusions, but nothing of St. Lurie county, who was bringingthe
from the appearance of the vineyardone stay the hand of death. serious. Part of the debris
erection of the building.The abode was blown negro; to Jacksonville for safe-
The deceased leaves his widow andthrt.'e
board agreed to pay $65 per would say that she thoroughly Where the rivers of pleasure flow o'er half a mile away.After keeping. The negro's body waslirought
month for the transportation of the understands her business Mr. sons, namely, Mr. J. Q. Wills, the bright plain taking tho roof off of John buck to this city, prepared
Cason school to Melrose for five Schwartz is a successful farmer and i of Albany Peterhburg Ga.; Mr. Jerre Will, of And the noontide of glory eternally Green's barn, the storm took a side for burial and will\ be taken back to
months and the secretary was Instructed has a good crop of all the various St. and Mr. J. T. Will, reigns.I leap to the Fmley place, on thu Green !Miami Monday
'Jr. of Waldo. have the sincere
in this They Cove
rood
crops grown Dewey
community.l'hotoPI'aphs Finley'a house
to notify Supt North of Clay j was Tho mob followed the to Ft.
sympathy of all in their bereavement.The negro
county that we would expect him to were taken of this I funeral service was held in the would not live always; no, welcomethe moved off the block and the dwelling Pierce, where they' learned that Sheriff .
vineyard of his
by Messrs. Hoover Bros. mother, Mrs
tomb : Laura Fillley
pay their county's part of the expense ; !Monroe wa aboard train Hit bound
Methodist church at 11:30 Tues-
monthly rather than annually While they were taking the photograph a. m. Since Jesus hath lain there, I dread was made roofless Mrs. Fiiiley for Jacksonville. Traveling In automobiles -
day by Rev. J. C. Diggs. Loving
: Mrs. Schwartz very particular. not its gloom;II; was knocked down and sustained sonic
The contract of Willie Waters for hands had tastefully recorated the they proceeded. to Jacksonville
ly Impressed on them that this farm There sweet be rest till He bids bruises The outbuildings were de
the repairs of the Midway schoolhouse was not for Bale. church with handsome potted plants my molished. and from that point telephoned
was accepted and 'the secre- and vases of cut flowers, which formed me arise Lack to hold the body bore a* they'
These come in the market To hail Him in triumph descendingthe The next point on which the cyclone
tary was asked to have the lumber grapes a background for the magnificent would reach here late tonight and
materials much earlier than the California skies." vented its fury was that of Theo. Ti-
and other placed as soon as floral offerings that were sent from wr.ntcd to view it.
possible. The contract price was grape, and is of equal merit in taste other points in the state. Among the "That," said he, "is the finest hymn son tore,, a the short dwelling distance house northwest to It -
and looks of the fanciest pieces to
$87.50. grapesgrown'ln elaborate floral pieces were a vacant ever written, and another is, 'In the begin with. Mr. Goes Back to Miami
The patrons of Miller school any section of the country, and Mrs. Tiaon and Miami, July 31. The of Her-
appeared chair and a cross sent by the officialsof I Christian's Home in Glory .hree'children inside body
before the board and as evidenced by the boxes brought Into I were all cscap- bent Brooks who 1 I.
argued Putnam county and the Palatka Into this, we rest assured, he enteredin log with few bruises alleged to have
that since they had the only standard- town by local business men. bar; also very beautiful flowers from the early dawn of yesterday, to be daughterwho a except a little attacked a white woman fifty-five
ized school in Bradford their There are thousands of acres right was pinned under a old In her home here
county forever
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Adkins, and the with the Lord. plank: and whose back year yesterday
teachers should have a considerationinn ( around Starke of the very same soil Tench family, of Gainesville: and exquisite To the above the Telegraph will hough: it U thought nut was hurt, ut 5 a. m. will ho brought to Miami
salary, hence the principal's sal awaiting just such people to make roses from Mr. and Mrs. Max make Jollowing addenda IAI Then the outbuildings seriously. from Orniond, tonight for Identification
ary'was raised $10 month. I just such grapes. ,. were destroyed. by tho grand jury which reconvenes
per Brown, of Macclenny. The Knight: soon as young Wills came BO The smokehouse contained
The returns from the following districts I -- -.-- of Pythias also sent a handsome piece Starke he at once became popular on quantity of cured bacon und a goodly\ Tuesday Brook WAS killed at

were canvassed with the following i MILITIA CALLED OUT IN MIAMITO ; and the people of Starke added their account of his unaffected manner and 1 canned good, of considerable value home Oimond shortly after noon when he
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results PATROL NEGRO SECTION;; '' from the moving train
: choicest flowers. sympathetic nature, and as soon as all of which were scattered, sprang on
around
Vanderbilt, trustees, F. M. Norman, I I Rev. J. C. Diggs: read tho 23rd his practice as a lawyer had attaineda past finding which he wa being taken to Jacksonville f

L. L. Connor, R. C. Cone; three mills Brooks, Who Attacked While Woman, Psalm, according to the request of fair start his legal ability became It Is a wonder and blessing that to escape a mob of 1.200 Infur-
assessed. Died From Leap From, Train I the deceased, as hi* mother had repeated known and in much demand. lie took no live were lost a land white men, which surroundedthe
serious
I 1 or hurts
Johnstown, trustees, II.. O. Varnos, that Psalm when dying. The much interest in state and county polities sUllta lIt>d, MA, on acrount of the rain jail) here Friday night end dotnaiidoil .
S. .Griffis, S. A. Bryan; three*mills Miami, Aug.: 2.-Forty men of the I I I funeral discourse wa full of praise yet his extreme modesty prevented the occupants of tho dwelling } [ the prisoner.
wero
assessed. Second separate company, Florida i'! for the dead and consolation for the him from seeking any oflleo, all\ at home. Much timber wa blown Plans to guard the black from moo)

Returns from the Brannen school( National Guard, heavily firmed ore ,j living. and the few he held were actually down, but the growing crops' in the violence on his arrival in Jacksonvillecame
where an election was called to de- co-operating-with! the police tonightin I I The interment was at Crosby lake forced upon him. )For years III every putt|i of tho storm were not ilnninged., to un abrupt ennd yesterday
termine whether same should becomea preserving order in the colored settlement cemetery, arrangements being in county campaign he was asked to become Tho path of the cyclone was .about when Sheriff \\'. 11. l Howling received

special tax school district showed of Miami. charge of Funeral Director.ne\Vltt C. a candidate for some otlkc or onu and a half mile in length and the telegram slating that the negro hodin
that same carried unanimously, and They wore called outs today after Jones... The remains were escorted other, but he always refused, exceptto width tin more than 200 yards A I killed m n leap from a movlrg
the following were declared the trustees Mayor \Vili! /.m Pruden Smith obtained to their last resting place by an im- sert'e a term In the state legisla curious freak of tho wind was observed train just norl1 of Ormond.. \

: J. L. Varnes, P. P. Kerce, Madison the sanction of the adjutant general I, manse concourse of friends, many of ture. 1 ut the) Tixon ',,10('('. It gently lifted On avr'vnl' IP Jacksonville, ConducM -
Moore. because"of a demonstration of i them being bar members of the 8th During Governor Jennings' tidmlnistrution I the roof off the sugar furimco, carried 1".JloI" of the )Florida' East Coast

The board appointed Mr. Pinholntor more than four hundred alien negroes |, judicial circuit. the judicial circuits of (the it a hundred yards, t then net it rtllway tr'wrom, which the negro

to determine the exact distance from from the Buhuma islands, following The active pallbearers w'rEo.fe".I'1I state were increased in number, and down without Injury. The syrup) kettle leaped to Ills death, proceeded immedw "

Clayno to the nearest school and report the arrival from Crmond of A. Z. Adkins, J. C. Adkins, A, S. the judgeship for this circuit being offering no projection for tho lately to pi.lico headquarter* ani I to-
his findings at the next regular the body of Herbert Brooks-who is Crews, J. E. Futch, E. M. Johns, D. vacant, he consented to accept thin wind to take hold of, sync nevertheless! I t ried' the occvireaco' to )Police ClmfF. : iI
alleged: to have attacked a white woman office j to which he had been
meeting. E. Knight. The following were honorary warmly lifted from its brick moorings and de. C. Ranch
Mr. Nathan Hurst was appointed to here Friday morning.The i pallbearers: Judge R. M. Call, rocommetuled by the lawyers of the limited[", Homo distance away "Sheriff P R, Monroe, of St.' Iu"to
fill the unexpired term of Arthur negroes professed to believe I Judge N. P. Bryan, A. G. Hartridgc, circuit, After filling one term he was county, hoarded my truin' with the

Brannen, resigned, as trustee'! of Palestine Brooks had been killed by a mob and I j F. P. Fleming, J. L. Doggett. JohnR. ri-uppointed and no fault has ever KPVYOIMII: LEAGUE: : 1 ENTERTAINED := : negro, Henry Brooks nt Tltusvillo,"
special tax school district. did not leap from the moving: train Willie Max M. Brown, W. Li. Cone, been found with his administration, AT KINGSI.CV:; : said Conductor DellolT.\ "When the
There being no further business the while being; transported to Jacksonville W. A. ))op..on, Joe Hill Williams, J. i i Though enjoying the high honor' of train was about half way between Or.

board adjourned to meet first Monday Saturday for safekeeping, as the N. Blackwoll J. V. Walton, Cha P.I 1 being a circuit judge, and even a suI Misses Jeannelte and Florence" Matthews mond and Daytona, the negro imped
in September officers\ stated, and made threats of Ifhillips. II. E. Merrldny, John C. Cul. I preme, court judge at times, he never I charmingly) entertained the- from tho cur Tho train wa stopped

--+----- --- vengounce.Brooks houn, Evans Haile, T. W. Fielding,1C : I changed from the genial, accessible ICpworth: League Friday end It was found thut the nctitrq/: was
evening at
T. J. DEKLE was a British subject and R. Peyton, I* P. Hardee, E. D. ',i| man he had always been. He was of their picturesque Kingnley lake cot- Instantly killed when he struck tho
)I Baxter E. C. F. Sanchez B. i! HI emotional temperament and there. ground. Ills head crushed
British Vice Consul A. II. Hubbard Judge talle of their parents, Mr. and Mr\ E. wn badly
Judge T. J. Dekle was born at Lake demanded an autopsy. This was con- A. Thrasher, T. B. Ellis Jr., Wade fore as a lawyer his pleadings were S. Matthews. hy contact with some hard object,"

Butler July 9, 1857, was married to ducted by Dr. Jaudon, county physician Hampton, P. G. Ramsey W. T Week, i earnest, as he put himself corn plotely The guests were entertained by a concluded' f the conductor'
Miss Ida Ritch January 7, 1894, and and revealed noting of a sensational S. H. Wienges, W. J. Epperson. These j i In his clients' place, and this trait also refreshing swim, boating in the moonlight The authorities hero had made careful -
departed this life July 26(!, 1920, at nature. The body was identified gentlemen! were mostly of the legal: | made him loyal to bin. family and and an appetizing spread of arrangement to receive the negro
his home in Lake Butler. He leaves, as Brooks' body. The woman had profession, residing within the eighth i| rrl..ndVe may well Imagine him, ala roasted wcinie. Parkerhouse rolls ; at the union depot when the train
besides his sorrowing wife and loving previously identified him as her as judicial circuit, but some were from I' judge, wincing when pronouncing sandwiches and ,pickles. About thirty -, arrived at 3:1p.: m. A number of
children, two grandchildren. sailant. other parts of the state, and one, lion. sentence to lawbreakers; yet his devotion League members and friend dl'pulylhf'ritra and police otTlcer
Mr Dekle was one of Bradford coun T_ ----+_ __ N. P. Bryan, was from New Orleans, to duty under all circumstances this delightful evening enjoyed were In readiness to go to tho depot
ty's prominent citizens, having served DEATH OF MRS. TRUBY La., where he is judge of the circuit prevented him from unduly seasoning and escort the black to the Duval

his county In public offices fifteen court of appeals. justice with mercy lie was an much METHODISTSunday : county jail.SIU'rUr .
years as school teacher, two years ai Mrs. J. M.'Truby passed away on The following: brief sketch! of the noted for bin self control as for( his Monroe, who advised Sheriff .

county superintendent, eight years as Tuesday evening at seven o'clock, at salient points of the life and character other many valuable traits. His emotional school, U:45! a. m. Dowllng of the negro' death, returned $

county judge. He spent the greater her home on Cherry street, after along of the deceased, has been givenus nature made his speeches high Preaching, 11 a. m., and 8 p. m. to Daytona where the body (
part of his life serving his' county, and painful illness by one of his life-long friends: ly eloquent, and when he could he pre- Epworth League, 7:15: p. m. wa* held. Chief Roach hall asked for
always willing and able to help for the This excellent lady has lived In James Thornwell Wills.., eldest son vailed upon to speak in public his audiences Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 a complete description of tho negro
betterment of his fellow workers and Starke for many years, and her host of the Rev. Dr. David Wills, a notpdl'rrllb.tl.rian were always large! and well m. p Lo determine whether he Wall Bernice 1

community of friends deeply sympathize with the divine, was born in Lawrence plrased. J. C. DIGOS, t.a Sane or Luasuine, the desperadowho ,
j In latter years he moved his family family in their sad loss. S, C., in' the early fifties Ills A tall "land mark" has been remov. Pastor last Saturday elll'all'lfrom\ a
I to Starke and while there he united The funeral will be held this after- father moved to Macon, Ga., soon after ed from us through the death of convict camp near! Sanderson. The

[ with the Missionary Baptist church noon at two o'clock, at the residence, preaching at the First Presbyter Judge Willa, but the place whern it endeavored to prevail upon him to negro assaulted three white womenin
I and lived a true Christian life, always on Cherry street, Rev. H. G. Dennisonof ian church in that city for many stood will long he remembered. His stand for governor, congress and the this city, and was sent to the convict
comforting those of a heavy Lake Alfred, conducting the servi years. There he spent his boyhood.In life gave us many examples of devotion United Staten. seriate, but hu invariably camp for life. '

j !heart, fulfilling the commands of his ces. Interment at Crosby cemetery. 1872 he graduated from Ogle- to duty, sacrifice, unaffectedness'and declined to make the race, expressing The negro Brooks wu taken away i
I Saviour. lie will be missed by all -'-- thorpe University at Atlanta, Ga., charity to all. His family have himself a* satisfied with his from Miami by Sheriff I). W. Moran,
i who knew him and his place in the HOME DISTILLING COMES:! HIGH i I dividing the highest honors of his lost a loving husband and father, position as circuit judge. of that city, when the mob of more l
', home and community can never be class with hill chum, Joe Brown who Starke has lost a good and wise cltl The legal; fraternity has lost one ''than J.OOO surrounded the jail In I

filled, but our loss Is his gain. The Ohio Farmer Quietly AccumulatedTwo \ I hall since been governor of Georgia son and the world a good man of its ablest and most conscienlou which the negro wu held. (Sheriff 1

pearly gates must have swung wide Fines and a Prison Term Dr. David Wills, his father, was at members, his wife a loving and devoted Moran took the negro into /St. Luc It -
i when his blessed spirit heard the call I that time president of the University. Gainesville, Aug. 2.-lion James T husband, his sons, a doting father county and turned him over to Sheriff!" l

I from the Master, "Come up higher"lie John Getten pleaded guilty the oth- lie was ever modest and retiringbut Wills, judge of the Eighth judicial his sister, a kind l and loving Monroe, who wa to have continued
i had been suffering for eighteen er day in federal court to operating a of great mental ability, posses circuit of Florida\ and probably without brother, the people at large a friend l to this city with the man. The lynch.
wonderful After his a )peer among all the circuit judg. trig' spirit wa running high at
months and two weeks ago developed still on his farm near Youngstown sing a memory. who never, failed to champion the very
I pneumonia in both lung He knew "Fine of $200," Judge Killits said. law course he spent two years in en of Florida died at 4:45: o"clock this cause of right and juitlce. Miami, and every effort! was made by ,

I his loved ones during his illness and "And forty days In Canton work- Washington, D. C., his father then morning at Mrs. McKinstry's sanitarium The body of the eminent jurist was Infuriated citizens. to.. find\ the negro; I
having been removed here from -- ---- + -'
Here thrown ---
there. he
; until a late hour. Loving kindnesi house," he added a moment later."That's preaching was taken from Gainesville to hia late
into the society of the highest legal Stark on Saturday evening. Few BAPTIST ,
said sadly.As
[ was ministered to him to alleviate his enough Getten home in Starke this afternoon at 1:45:
suffering' and .ihe passed Into the he turned away a member of the minds of the country. In' 1876 he people in Gainesville were aware that o'clock, and the funeral will occur tomorrow i '
) Florida law with this dearly beloved man was sick :Sunday: school 10 /
even 1
j Great Beyond Monday night at 10 revenue collector's stuff accosted him. came to to practice afternoon, Interment taking a. m.
( O'clock) going to sleep never to wakeS "And $1,()$0 surtax for not payingan his uncle Judge William Wills, who until the announcement of his death, place! In the family burying' lot. Morning worship, 11 o'clock.
S again.: assessment for making liquor," then lived In west Bradford. He located which cast gloom and sadness throughout B. Y. P, U., 7 p. m.
Plain in Starke. This uncle said: the city. Evening: worship, 7 o'clock.
The Interment was In the Dekle Gotten was told.-Cleveland! Message of Sympathy From Supreme
I cemetery Tuesday morning. The fu- Dealer. "James. with his youth, literary attainments Judge Wills was a native! of South Court Justice Mid-week service, Wednesday, 8 p.
neral Rev. - ---, + and natural ability, has the Carolina moving to Georgia a few n.
services conducted by
IMadJor. The were floral offering were NOTICE TO TEACHERS!'! AND road of fame lying open before him." years later, from which state he removed Tallahassee. Aug. 2.-The Justicesof BLANCHARD I). LAW, r
[beautiful and PROSPECTIVE: TEACHERSI But the quiet youth, away from his to Starke when about 21 years the supreme court this morningsent I Pastor. \
esteem -
love
showing the drifted of At the time of his he the following . _
home surrounding, into dissipation age. death telegram of sympathy - -
| for this dear friend._ ____ requested by the board of and for years shattered the was about 67 years of age. lie leave to Mrs James T. Wills, widow : "!JtJI-;;," GOING HEAVENWARD: <

S''p the sleep of the just, dear brother public am instruction of Bradford countyto bright hopes of his friends.In a wife three sons and one sister. Another of the distinguished circuit judge, who ''I

er, that the teacher training 1892 a covenant-keeping God son, David F., his youngest, died in Gainesville: Superintendent Will Strlngfellow II
; the voice of the Good Shepherd school announce at Lake Butler will open for sent Rev. J. B. Culpeppcr to Starke died some three month ago, since Mrs. James T. Wills, Gainesville, has ]lately had the water tank scrapedand

calls Come forth; the next term on Sept. Cth. Let all and rescued him, the child of many which time the deceased! has been very Fla.: We have Just learned with pro painted in black, a!* well a* its \{l'
Than! with the noble, the good and the those who anticipate taking the exam- prayers, from the horrible pit and set despondent, and many of his close' found sorrow of your distinguished supports and the smoke stack. of
s. pure, ination in December when the squadron his feet on the rock, Christ Jesus, friend feared that his health was husband's. death Through many yearsof the power house. The work was done I'

will sing praises to the wonderfullove will be in this county take advantage since which time he has been a God failing. close acquaintance we learned to by "Dude" Johnson, a colored carpenter ,i
of Jesus, of same. fearing man, ready and able to helpin Deceased. was appointed judge of admire his sturdy character and lovable who, no matter what else he may f n.

11 Throughout Eternity. For information write to Sid- the upbuilding of hill town, community !jthe old Fifth judicial circuit in the manhood and we have long recognized possess, i la totally destitute of nerve. '
D.any Padgett, principal. Lake Butler and country. During the world''' early part of Governor Jennings' administration in him as one of Florida's! He wa not troubled with company i
t'
h Card of ThanksWe ney E. R. Poppetl. Starke. war although in feeble health, he often I, and had been successively greatest jurist His death I it felt asa while working i
Supt.
or
by order of made brilliant addressee for the reappointed by each! succeeding keen personal loss and we beg of Mr. Strlngfellow had tome of th. (
Done
wish to express our thank to E. tRhepbooard.LLiSec'y cause of his country, and was invited '' governor. Ills present commissionran offer you our deep sympathy water mains flushed last week, and In ,
's doctors and kind friends who as- and Superintendent. to distant cities to speak on the need to IfI 3. Judge Will wan at one Jefferson!" B. Browne Chief Justice; a week or two the tank will be scrapedand 'j I I

p Med I u* In'the sickness and death of --+.--- of the time, thus influencing many time superintendent of school of Brad- R. F. Taylor, James B. Whitfield, W. washed Inside. Those who wish '
+l, lur beloved husband and father al'I o Charles Beasley is spending several youths! to do their full duty for their ., ford county, and as served one or two H, Ellis, Thomas F. West, Justices to see If the work J.I well done are
t ar> the beautiful floral offering< 1 days of this week in Gainesville I I country terms in the legislature lib friend Supreme Court invited to go up there-if they can. j
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T, J. Dekle and Children. JI

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 6. 1920.I'AGE .
__ _.."__ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA.
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RAILROAD RATE INCREASE BECOMES Gainesville. The governor and Mr I
M. M. Hale, of Worthington was
transacting business in Lake Butler I EFFECTIVE AUG. 20' Thrasher were college mates and I in
Saturday. ANNUAL Washington, Aug| 2.-The new passenger his political aspirations and activities

I, e L T. A. Carter, of Johnstown, was a fares probably will become effective Mr. Thrasher has been a firm friendof
business visitor to town Saturday August 20th, and the advanced the governor.

News Items Mrs. P. P. Dekle and children, of I freight rates August 25 h. according Other lawyers prominently mention.

County Five Mile, spent Sunday the guest SALE OF to a program outlined tonight by ed in connection with the appointmentwere
_co of Mrs. S. S. Proctor. I Alfred P. Thom, general"counllel for J. E. Futch and A. Z. Adkins, of
t Charlie Tomlin, of Johnstown was the association of railway executives. Starke; A. V. Long and A. H. Odont
t aa..Kkfut.. Gathered During the Week br Our a business visitor to Lake Butler Fri. Simultaneously with the effectiveness of Palatka; Max Brown, of Macclen-;
of fares the increased W. W. Hampton, of
Refular Correspondents. passenger ny; Gainesville-;
day.A. USED AND charges for fullman travel and the F. Y. Smith, of Alachua.
H. Hancock, of Doe Run, Ga., new rates on excess baggage and milk
i' 1 : -D spent Wednesday with friends here. also will be put in force. NOTICE OF .fl.NAL DISCHARGE-

.t ; :Miss: Emma Hicks has been transacting He returned Wednesday evening to Sxtr dan after date hereof. I. the undt.lirned
\ GRAHAM where he has been aa administrator of the estate ji
White Springs enjoying APPOINTED of
I the state metropolis B. A. THRASHER ..
business at ,
,,J REBUILTTRUCKS C. Croft dooeaaed .IIIent my vouctwnand "
baths of the
the sulphur
Willie Price, of recently. There was much speculation among final account to tb Honorable Goo. A.
Graham, Aag. springs. \i to who would Uardlncr. Count Judge of Bradford Count
.
Alexander and family left the legal fraternity as
,
t the week-end with his W. B. Florida and sate to be dbchawd u lock
Starke spent
Wednesday for Reynolds, Ga. where P. M. Padgett spent Monday in be appointed to succeed the late Judge administrator
,
t sister, Mr. J. Robert This relieved This the Bth day of Auruat. 1920
will remain for several days. Starke. James T Wills. was
Murrhee and O.It they I
dm E. N. E.
Math Wa PEARCE
visited the county seat on Mrs. M. L. Maynard, of Altchua, Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle motored to the Wednesday afternoon when Governor AdminUt-ator. of &taU of M. C. Croft. IVerased.
! W. Dyal Is spending the week at Hampton.The county seat Monday. I Catts appointed B. A. Thrasher, of 1....8l-IQ.L
Thursday. . mayor of Hampton has select Miss Foelyn Stroupe, of Raiford,
former -- --- -- -- --
Edwards, principal --
Georgia
Miss
i' of the school, pained through ed next Wednesday, Aug. 11th, for was the guest. of Mrs. Rafe Johns
-' He invited the citizens Sunday.
I here Saturday enroute to her home in clean-up day. has
Ft. White. of the town to assist in cleaningup W. C. Armstrong preached Sunday t
'
f Mr. George Stone returned to her and beautifying the town morning and evening at the Baptist

home in St. Augustine Friday. I Let us join the mayor, church to an attentive audience. NICBB&Dfi

'1 ': Mrs Jesse Byrd and children left in cleaning up the town. D. W. Borum' spent. Sunday at his 3-4 Ton International, rebuilt
home.
Sunday for Tampa. See that all the jimp.onAnd
r # T. E. Oldham was a business visl- dog fennels come down. Mrs. J. Mann, of Guilford, spent and guaranteed as good as new; 2SYearaAgo-
tor to Starke Monday. Sunday with Mrs D. F. Floyd. 5

,1 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kirk spent the Pick up the broken boxes Jesse Goodman attended church at 36x5 pneumatic, tires on all four I /

first part of the week at Johnstown, That are scattered on the street, Bethany Sunday. wheels body cab I, "
open express ,
,
I
Tommie Hewitt Lizzie Town.Rend f
and
with relatives.I. And remove the rusty tin cans o;. andTodq
( L. Ogden was a business visitor That you find beneath your feet. motored to Gainesville Sunday. top with storm curtains, $450 'r -- I
Saurday. j J. M. and J. L. Brown, of Miller -\'e 1S }tJMiche. i v

toampwn Don't forget August the eleventh, mdtored to Lake Butler Monday. cash, terms on balance. a
Lee Geiger and Ed. Smith, of I
| Mose Feinberg In New York this
Gainesville visited here Thursday. To come with rake and hoe.
,
week buying a fall stock of goods. I
4 Mrs LPC Surrency and children, II. And make the town more beautiful,
Sam Singer is putting on a closingout
I). and Jess Lee returned to their Everywhere you go. 3-4 Ton International 1 1-2 ton
h home in I'lant City Sunday. Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke, was sale. We regret to lose this estimable :

I Arthur Brown was a business visitor attending to professional business, in merchant from our midst. differential, 36x6 cord tires on }
I '
Arthur Brannen is ill at his homein 1
to Sampson Saturday. our town Tuellda :. :is ;
Mrs. Eva Smith and son of Gainesville Porter Gufford motored to Starke West Butler. rear wheels, 36x5: pneumatic .... Invented ; _
Tom Dukes of Five Mile visited in I
,
Tuesday. its pneumatic automobile
visited relatives here Friday. tOI;D
tires front wheels !___
.' Lake Butler Friday. on open express
\ i Rev. W. E. Dougherty, of Rock- C. E. Harper is having a large garage tire 25 jearsago. O O
Mrs. Mary E. Wertz returned Saturday
built In his this week.
yard .
wood, Tenn., arrived here Friday ---. evening after a pleasant visit body, cab top, storm cur ,

( night the and Christian is holding church.a week's meetingat DOBSON with relatives and friends in Valdosta tains, excellent condition, $500 STARKE FLA. NSMITH'S

I __ Ga. GARAGE N
Autumn and family, of
Youngblood
Joe Howling! Sr., of New River,, cash, terms. on balance.
,. Waldo, attended church here Sunday. Dobson, Aug. 6.-Joseph Andrewsand I ,' ;t -
a business visitor to Lake Butler '
was
Rev. Charley Smith visited the son, Fred, made a business tripto Tuesday : I IV If
county Beat Wednesday, Lake Butler Saturday. -
K. Roberts, of Lake Butler, was Mrs Elizabeth Vining is visiting Miles Crews, of New River, was i in .
here Thursday night. her daughter, Mrs Susan Shaw, of town on business Tuesday. 1 Ton International, new, used

Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts, of Baker county, this week. C. F. Rivers and brother, Bob, visited slightly as a demonstrator, 35x5
Gainesville, attended church here on Johnnie Hurst attended the partyat in Jacksonville Tuesday.
i
I last Sunday.E. Frank Alderman's home Saturdayn C. F. Rivers had had an addition I cord tires front_ ,. 36x6 cord tires
built to his house. ..,........ s
---
1 I T, Stewart, wife and son, Paul, - ----- -'
of Brooker, upent Sunday with friends Judson Hurst made a business tripto A. E. Proctor l is improving after rear, drl\'er's seat, cab topstorm -- - = --
4 Lake Butler Saturday. suffering with a wounded hand.
here.Roan curtains, guaranteed like new;
GooUby and Oliver Sparks, Oad Dobbs made a business trip to Mrs. Charlie Douglass, of Proxi-
I of Mounteocha, visited friends here Manning Saturday afternoon. dente, was the guest of her uncle,, price $2,630; Mill take $2,300; I
I Sunday, Miss SUBJO Ella Hunt and brother, Jesse Johnston, Monday
Math Wasilm was a visitor to Wal. Johnnie, visited their sister, Mrs. Oad Russell Varnes spent the week with, $575; ; cash, terms on balance.
do Sunday Dobbs, of Sapp Saturday and Sunday. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S

It'tlnnd Scholl Byrd of Jacksonville\ Mr. und Mrs\ John McCormick, of Proctor.
were here Sunday. Sapp, attended Sunday school at the Mrs A. C. Strickland and daughter,

xMiss Mabel McKinney, of Louise, McCormick school house Sunday after !Mildred find Ella Mae, returned :Monday 3-4 Ton International rebuilt
,
,
spent the weekend with her brother, noon. after a two weeks' visit In Richmond
Marshall Earl Va., the guests of Mr and Mrs.
Alvin. Dobbs and brother now used as !service' truck, will
a MUsos Harvey and Estcllc Wasdin of Sapp, visited their brother, Oad I), E. Rogers.' They also visited i in I

of Wnldo, vpvnt Sunday hue with Dobbs, Sunday, Washington. guarantee mechanical condition I
Ruby Dyal. Rev Ellison !McCormick visited at .
T. I B. Dynl and family of Ziff spent the home of Elisha Alderman, of Ba MILLI3K express body, full_ length_ top

I Sunday at the, home of 0, W. Dyal.\ key county Sunday, with curtains and glass windshield .
t Mr. and lira. J. A. J, McKinney! olSampHon f Fred Andrews visited friends in the :Miller, Aug. 6.-Marvin I. Waters,
I attended church here Sun Oluitee section Sunday afternoon of lite water, and Miss Dclcia Craw pneumatic tires, $450
clay. Gordon Johnson annd con, Lester, ford, of Midway, were married at the
Lucy Prevatt was here on business visited his brother, Steve Johnson, of court house in Starke Thursday by cash, terms on balance
c, Sutuiclay. Lake Butler, last week Judge Gardiner. y
t Mr. Lambert and family, of Brook Judson Hurst wag a business visitorto Mr. Waters is a son of Mr. and Mrs.T. ,
t ?r, spent the week-end with lelatives Lake Hutler Saturday.Tom II. Waters, of this place, and holds sDETACHABLE
T. W. Wasdm and family, of Wal Andrews, of Lake Butler, was a responsible position at Brewster., 1 Ton International, entirely rebuilt ROWBOAT & CANOE MOTOR

i do, were here Friday. in this section Tuesday. Mrs. Waters Is a popular young lady guaranteed as new 37x5
W. II. Gurney was a business visitor Corbrtt Kirkland of Sanderson, was of the Midway section, and numbers ,
to lirooksville and Ft. Meade last a visitor at the home of John Den. her friends by her acquaintances. cord tires front, ;36x6 new cord Those trips on water-with fam-

11 i week. mark Sunday afternoon. Their many friends wish them along ily or friends-are doubly enjoyable
Jim Dyal and family spent the Miss Ethel Jones, of Baker county, and happy life. tires rear; driver's seat, cab top ,
I weekend with his brother., Willis,, was visitor to Manning Sunday at. B. E. Brown spent several days in when there's an EVINRUDE in the
1 y near Staikc. ternoon. Jacksonville and St. Augustine last storm curtains, platform body, crowd. Always ready to take

Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson, of Messrs. Noah Shaw and Sam Register : week on business. $:.i75 cash, terms on balance. you
Cyril were shopping here Saturday Oad Dobbs, Johnnie Hurst, Ellison Mr. and Mrs. Angus Bielling, ol f where you will and when you will.
There will be a cemetery workingat McCormick and Clarence Dobbs Providence, visited the letter's parents Portable-attached
I to rowboat
Mt. Sinai Tuesday, August 24th. were visitors to Manning Saturday Mr and Mrs. T. H. Waters, on any .
Everybody interested try to be present afternoon. Sunday.Mr. or canoe in a minute. Easy to
I and do your part. -- -- -+, and Mrs John !Mott, of Lake 3." Ton International, good mechanical

4, Mrs. Charley McKinney, of Louise, LAKE BUTLER Butler visited the letter's parents,, condition operate, always dependable. .
1 was here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas last solid tires, a Evinrude

Mrs. E. J. Murrhee visited in Samp Lake Butler Aug. (I.-Angus Biel- week. bargain, $300 cash, terms on the Magneto-Built-in Fly-
1 ion Thursday, ling, of Providence, motored to Lake Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks visited wheel Type, Automatic Reverse,
1. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts and sister Butler Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Waters, Sunday. balance.
l Minnie Dowlmg, were visitors to Melvin Weeks, of Palestine, was a Euene Douglass made a business trip more speed and power. ,

,Guilford Sunday business visitor to Lake Butler Sat. to Worthington Springs! Saturday. Sold byConsumer's
._, urday. !Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrish of

I 4 ry I HAMPTON: Mr. Turner, of New River, was attending Dukes, spent Sundaywith the tatter's 3." Ton International, motor
rebuilt -
to business here Saturday. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H, Wa Lumber Company 1

y ..Hampton. Aug. 6.-Lynn Alexanderand Henry Varnes and grandson, Mar. ters.Miss new oversize pistons, bear
wife of Waldo, were the guests vin riggers, of Johnstown, were visitors Cora Spires, of Midway, spent 0.., 80,000 sold-usd by 21 Uovernmants.
II of hia' brother. W. R. Alexander, last to town Tuesday. the week-end with Miss Carrie Belle ings, etc., good mechanical condition ,
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Townsend; Mrs. Brown
pneumatic tires
Mrs. K..nnedy.and Mrs. Rowney, of 11. L. Sprinkle and von, Henry, left N. H. Stokes made a business trip express
Gainesville, attended services at the Tuesday morning: for a visit to Salt tq Jacksonville and St. Augustine last body, $1,250, terms.

, Christian, church Sunday. Springs week. .
! J Mrs. G. W. Hicks was shopping in John Croft spent Wednesday at Mrs W. M. Douglass and children

Starke Saturday. Johnstown, attending the burial of C. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.

Mrs. W. K. Jones, of Palatka, has L. Varnes at Swift Creek cemetery. W. McLeod, last week. 3." Ton International, motor rebuilt A BILLION DOLLAR COUNTRYMore
recently been the guest of her father Mr. and Mrs Nathan Varnes and Olson Thomas attended church at

i i ", W. II. Harvey, children visited at the home of Mr. New Hope Sunday in perfect condition, solid
1). W. Moore, I of Theressa! wall attending and !Mrs. Henry Varnes. Prof. J. T. Barnes returned home
l to business here Monday Miss :Marshall Proctor and brother, Sunday from a two weeks' stay at tires, driver's seat, cab top, etc., than
J. II, Benton, of Staikc, was trans Arch, visited at the home of Air. and Corinth church, where he has been a year ago the wealth of the United
acting business in Hampton Tuesday Mrs Kersey Varnes last Wednesday.Mr. teaching a singing school. will be sold for charges. States was estimated at over 200 billion dollars, nearly

Marion Sullivan, of Theresna, was and !Mrs. Addiaon and baby, of Miller school opened Monday morn $2,000 for every man. woman and child in the country.
here on l business Monday. .Jacl onville, areihltlng Mr and ing with Prof. J. T. Barnes principal
1\Iil'lll' Blanche Ditmar, of Jacksonville !Mis. Lon Brannen this week. and Misses Mabel Brown and Elsie Where Is yours?

Pi was the guest of Miss Mary Mr. Howard returned to Dukes Sat. Stokes, assistants. 3-4 Ton International
with
NlmnaYollduy.! urday for a visit with his son, J. S. Murray Thomas made a business 1 1.2 The answer to that question is a rather serious

1', A. B. Surrcnr, of Brooker, was! a Howard. trip to Starke Friday, returning! home. ton differential, driver's seat matter. If you have your share laid aside, the answeris
visitor to IIa ml't01M01llay., P. W. Borum spent several hours at Saturday.
Alfred McKinney' of Graham, was his home Monday. George Miller spent several days in cab top, storm curtains, 36x6 easy. But if you haven't, what then? Ours is, a big

i I transacting business here the first of A. n. Proctor and Tom Townsend Jacksonville this week on business. cord tires on rear wheels two- country, a prosperous country, a rich country-the
the week. motored to Baker county Friday i Messrs. H. G. Crawford, J. S. richest country in the world. You of this
t I Mrs W. E. Walnriftht, of Jacksonville A E. Proctor attended the !Masonic Brown, and N. H. Stokes were on wheel semi-trailer, 36x6 cord are a part
great
has been the recent guest of meeting at Sapp Saturday after- i Starke :Monday on business with the country. Begin now, by starting a Savings Ac

4 friends and relatives !here noon. commissioners tires, platform body, carrying count at the Lake Butler Bank and join the ranks of j
r Miss Emma Johnson, of Baldwin Miss Eddie Spires, of Midway, wasa e the ell-to-do. It's
an important
should p
returned' ,to her home last Friday after guest of her sister, Mrs Will HEATH OF MRS. JOIINSMrs. capacity 6,000 pounds; $600 matter that
not be
neglected. i
week's' visit with friends and Knight cash, terms on balance. 1 J
relatives in Hampton. Mrs. James has returned home, after :Mae Belle Johns died at her DEPOSITS IN
Herbert Privet, of Starke, has recently a pleasant visit with her husbandin home at Rodman on July 19th. age 18 THIS BANK INSURED AGAINST I
been a business visitor to our Cuba. years and 19 days. She was the oldest LOSS FROM ANY CAUSE :
town Marcus P Dckle who hal been employed daughter/ of Mr and !Mrs. G. W. i

W. E. Baker, of Brooklyn' was attending at the phosphate mines at Par- Johnson' of Dukes. She loaves to iI
to business here Tuuaday tow, returned Sunday morning and mourn her untimely departure her LAKE
C Mr. and Mis. M L. Watterson and spent the day with his grandparents husband, father, mother, four broth. BUTLER BANK I
w Hiram Bedenbaugh have recently returned Rev and Mrs S. S. Proctor. er', four sisters and a host of friends. THE RIDDLE BOYS 4

from Jacksonville, reporting a Mrs. C. L. Varnes, of Johnstown, The remain were taken in charge State, County, District and Citj Depository
I pleasant trip. spent the weekend with her parents by i Mooney A: Davis, undertakers of !
I
Rev. Mullady preached at the Chris. Mr. and :Mrs S. S. Proctor Palatka, and were sent to Lake But. 633 W. Forsyth St. LAKE BUTLER, FLA. 1

f tlan church Sunday morning and eve C. A, Savage spent the' weekend ler for interment at Elzy chapel cem-
ning. with his family. ettery on July 20th. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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BRADFORD COUNTY 'rELFA&APH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 6. 1920.
PACK SIX

--- terms of the largest unit containedin I Several of the young folks assembledas PROFITED

I the package except that in the well as older ones and several interesting BY
Bradford County Farmers I case of an article with respect to games were enjoyed by the

which there exists a definite trade younger set. During the entire even ADVICE OF HERSONINLAW
custom of marking the quantity of the ing the guests wen served delicious II

FACTS AND hard pork instead of soft pork." farm. We admitted it. He said he article in terms of fractional parts of Ice cream by Mesdames S. B. Woodardand
SUMMER POULTRY i had 300 head of cattle for which he larger units, it may be BO marked in L. A. Hall. At a late hour the

PROFITS SAVING THE PEANUT CROP could not secure an offer. He had accordance with the custom. For example guests departed for their respective _
j been to Jacksonville and they would if the package contains a home., reporting a jolly good time.S. -
the
Summer flock.has The its problems chick are in hall The peanut crop is a very large one not offer him enough to pay freight. pound, or pounds, and a fraction of a B. Woodard and son, Kilmer, MRS HOUSE HAD GIVEN UP; ALL
poultry them. The in the state this year, and while prices This was a little disconcerting. We pound, the contents should be expressed were transacting business in Starke HOPE OF GETTING WELL
and we neglect year
grown the moult laying at present are running somewhat low, asked him if he bad offered the cattleto in terms of pounds and fractions Monday.H. WHEN HE GOT HER TO
ling hem are nearing leu attention, 1 we expect considerable increase later Armour & Co. He said he had, thereof or .pounds and ounces and S. Roebuck and family, of TRY TANLAC
fewer eggs and get on, and to that end would suggest that and every other cattle buyer he could not merely in ounces, unless there is a Brooklyn, spent Sunday here with -
than in winter.
Extension poultry husbandman of' our farmers adopt the best means find in Jacksonville. definite trade custom to the contrary. homefolks Sunday.Dr. "I had just about given up all hopeof
extension division I possible to save the crop at harvesting We asked the reason. lie laid there Small Open Containers Fortner, wife and niece, Miss ever getting well, when one day
the state agriculture
Crates "flats" ..mallop..n Pearl Canon of Melrose were visitors 1-
or containing ,
N. W. Sanborn time. was no demand. We looked up the my son-in-law came home from work
at Gainesville Dr. ,
its has lately made, these suggestions: It is not believed there has been cattle market in the morning papers containers of apricots, berries; here Monday afternoon. and said, "Mother, why don't you try
Watch feeds during wet weather. I found any better method of saving and found that the average quotationswere currants, cherries, grapes, peaches, There will be services at the Christian Tanlac?" I did so and now I am feel

Examine your the feed as it conies to you and curing the crop than stacking fifteen cents per pound bulk plums, prunes, peppers, tomatoes and church here Sunday. Everybody ing as well as ever I did in my life,"
in the bar.; Grain and mash spoil around the pole, and it i. advised that with the market steady. He said he the like, should be marked on the outside cordially Invited to attend'; said Mrs. I. A. House, 480 Elm St
his of the crate or "flat" with the J. V. Jones of Hampton, was in our Atlanta "'
more quickly in summer than in win all peanut growers: adopt this method. had offered for ten cents andcouldn't Ga.
number of small containers and the little town afternoon.J. .
it. Monday
their efforts successfulcertain get
"
make "For
ter. Mouldy or musty feed may stunt Hut to over two years, she
'I your chirks and give cholera to your means should be adopted, according But we found the reason. We asked quantity of the contents of each. When W. Batten, of New River, was a "I had suffered with indigestion continued -
If his cattle in the crates are so marked it is not necessary visitor here recently. :
them to C. K. McQuarrie, state extension were good condition. and stomach in
hens, if it does kill a lot of Bury my was a very bad
and one of the most He said that they were.! We asked to mark the quantity of contents Miss Entclle Woodard returned on
all spoiled feed. It i III good: fertilizer. agent, state Everything I ate disagreed
'y Do not let poultry have access to it. important is to make sure the polesare him if they had ever been dipped for on the small open containers Sunday morning from Bridgend, at with me, and formed gas that
Thousand of chicks have already died not too long. A 10-foot pole set cattle tick. He hastened to admit they within the crate, but if the quantity which place she had spent the past heart to palpitate till it felt causedmy
will had not. lie also admitted that this is marked on the small open contain two weeks with friends. aj
this summer because of eating mash in the ground 2 feet deep give an though it would jump out of
that became mouldy in the dry mash 8-foot stack, which is large: enough. was the first question fired at him by ers the marking must be correct. We are sorry to report Mrs. D. W. I got into a terribly nervous my side..
Exempt for the Present Moore the sick list. friends condition
attention should be givento the buyers. on Many
Special
hoppers or was left over wet in the the least little thing
would
4i feed dishes or on the ground.: You the cross pieces at the bottom. Ity This is the real nigger in the wood It is not necessary for the present wish for her a speedy recovery make me jump. I couldn't sleep
pile. Packers and stockmen generally and until further notice J. J. Collins, of Lakeside, was a at
lone money in summer if you fall to nailing them high enough\ above the to mark the nights and would get up in the
i + feed sweet, clean, unspoiled grain and ground a free circulation of air can are not going to handle cattle that quantity of contents on the following visitor here Monday morning. logs feeling more tired than whenwent mom.
I
I mash to your hens and chicks.It pass upward through the stack along has not been dipped for the tick. They fruits and vegetables when marketedin Pretty Birthday Party to bed the night before. I had
is can get a sufficient amount of clean the irfdicated Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood entertained .
i I. sorehead time In Florida, as the pole while the crop curing.In manner : Asparagusin no appetite and never felt the least
!, sorehead thrives with warmth and digging several methods will be cattle now. They don't want the cat. boxes and cases; beets with tops delightfully at their home bit hungry: and was getting
., moisture. Sorehead starts from a special employed; some will plow them up tie with ticks that will contaminate bunched, in drums and hampers; near Thereasa Saturday afternoon in all the time. I had tried almost: weaker
germ and attack the fowls at while others will the" a regular.digger: other herds. cabbage in crates; cantaloupes and honor of the eleventh birthday of ery kind of medicine I could think ev.
this season because weather conditions Some will use potato diggers: ; others Osceola county found it out. Putnam casavas !in crates and baskets; carrots their daughter Nealie. The little without getting relief of
any and I
are favorable. There are pout will use sharpened sweeps. But whatever is finding it out. It may change with tops, bunched in drums and friends of Nealie gathered at the appointed was worried about my condition. sure
try yard. that have never had this I method is adopted the vines the stand of some of our stubborn hampers; cauliflower in crates and hour and delightful games "The
'. trouble because the germ: has never should not be allowed to lie too long legislators yet. hampers; celery in boxes and crates; were played. Promptly at five o'clock reason my eon-in-law advisedme
been introduced. Now is a good time in the sun. If digging is begun in eggplant: commonly wrapped in paper the guests were invited into the din. heard to try Tanlac was because he had
" to turn nover Infected ground: to sun the early morning it should be stopped LETTER FROM UNCLE GEORGE and packed in crates; kale in barrels ing room where the table was laid troubles BO like much mine.about Tanlac helping
and air, and supply the poultry with about 3 o'clock in the afternoon. baskets and hampers; onions in barrels with a snowy white cloth the central J am thankful
green, succulent food, furnished b y By that time most of the vines will be Boys, I want you all to lit down and drums, baskets and hampers; on decoration being the the beautiful I acted on his advice, for now after
newly turned over ground. It is also wilted and this is the best time to be quiet for a few minutes. I wantto ions, with tops, bunched, in drums and birthday cake, surrounded with ten taking one bottle I am f..IiM-
,t time to clean up and disinfect the stark talk corn weevils and see if we hampers; pineapples in crates, radishes snow white burning: tapers with one just, fine. My stomach doesn't bother :'
houses. If you had sorehead last The soil adhering to the nuts must can't rid ourselves of them and I bunched, in drums and hampers; pink one on the center of the cake. Ice me any more, and can eat justanything
l'; year it will pay to take these precautions be thoroughly shaken off and the vines want to tell you how, and cheap romaine in hampers; spinach in bar cream and cake was served, Mrs. I want and never have any
and perhaps avoid an outbreakthis packed around the poles with the nuts enough that any man can do it if he rels, baskets and hampers; turnips Youngblood being ably assisted in trouble from gas or palpitation of
season. Escaping it now may toward the pole In every case. They wants to. Of course, there is a better with tops, in drums and hampers. looking after the happiness of the the heart. My nervousness is all
mean no sorehead on your place for can be stacked a few inches higher way than mine, but you can't do this Federal inspectors have been !instructed guests by Mrs S. P. Clifford and Mrs. i gone, I sleep like a child all night( ,
s. several years.California than the pole, so that when the curing way and so I want you all to listento to examine interstate shipments H. E. Moorer. I I and get up in the morning fooling;
has a sorehead vaccine. and resultant sinking takes place mine. of fruits and vegetables: to see The guests of this occasion Included rested and full of life. I think Tan.I .
Over ((100,000) head of poultry were the pole will just show above the Now I want you to make a 12-inch that the quantity of contents is marked Gertie Swindel Eunice Bennett Freddie I i lac is a grand medicine. It helped
given this in 1919. The university stack for the purpose of turning rain. box the length of your crib. I want in accordance with the law. Cloversettle, Leasie McKinney,| me when everything: else failed, and
hopes to .tryout this vaccine in 1921. As the crop cures it will naturally each end of this box to be on the outside Toreza Bennett Ruby Cloversettle,' I strongly recommend it to everyone
Lack of funds prevents it this year shrink, leaving quite a good sized fun of the walls, and I want the top PERHAPS YOU HAVE HOOK. Eula Swindel Lucile Bennett, Essie | who suffer as I did."
Next in importance to this vaccine is I nel around the pole, and, if ventila full of holes. I don't care whether WORMS: McKinney, Clara Swindel, Arthur .
4:; the use of sulphur and Epsom salt. lion is complete, the crop will be pre. you bore them or nail slats on the topside Moorer, James Triest. The birthday Tanlac is sold in Starke by F. L.
The poultry department of the agri served and cured in a most efficient say a'n inch apart. Then I wanta A citizen of one of the counties of gifts were beautiful. Turner; in Raiford by Weaver Drug
cultural college at Gainesville has i manner. Therefore we advise our box of the same size put in the Florida was advised to consult the Co.; in Lake Butler by TomlinsqnM -
r. printed information about sorehead farmers to see that the cross pieces center of this box. I want it bored state board of health in reference to BRADFORD ines Drug Co., and in Worthing.
that can be had for the asking. are placed high enough to allow this full of holes and to reach up above the determining the nature of an obscure ton by R. T, Taylor.-Adv.

Spoiled food and sorehead will seriously ventilation to be complete com.Now ailment with which he was afflicted. Bradford, Aug. C.-P. A. Williamsand .
' reduce summer poultry profit "M.*. AHMHBWH-- aeal your barn either with,tarpaper Upon examination it was discoveredthat Steve Cason of New River, were Friday.
' a. Give the chicks a fair chance, feed the NEW SWEET POTATO ORIGINATED :' . or Tioarda. Do this now fort the patient had severe hookworm guests Sunday of T. B. Edwards. I Miss Elma Edwards spent the week
., hens a balanced' ration, prevent illness IN FLORIDA won't be long until corn la ready to infection. He was disinclined to believe Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Harrell spent end with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph WII.I .
sand l you will liave profits in the face gather and, boys, 1 must Bay it seems the statement, but after his wife the week-end with relatives in Ft. Hams, of Worthington.
of high food costs.PRODUCTION "Crumley's New Gem" is the nameof to me I hear the wolf barking at the and nine children were examined and I White. I Mrs. T. L. Willis and children are
-- --- -.'-- a new sweet potato propagated byJ. back door. all found to be infected and physically I Mrs. C, J. Williams left Sunday fora visiting relatives in Starke this week
I :' OK IIAHIJ PORK P. Crumley, of Grand Island, near When you get: your corn in the crib below par he realized that the con. few days' visit with relatives in. Pa I T. B. and J. V. Edwards, P. A. Wil-
NOW IN THE LIMELIGHT: Eustis which is conceded by agriculturists : for every 250 bushels of corn use 1 dition was well worth referring to his latka. liams and Steve Cason, of New River
to be the acme of quality and j' pound of bi-sulphate, of carbon. Place family doctor for attention and necessary Mr. and Mrs. Angus Bielling, of left Tuesday for Salt Springs where
i That tho soft pork problem demandlItud quantity, in shape, size and flavor. I'I the bottle uncorked in this box that treatment.A Providence, were guests Sunday of I they will spend a few days.
)' and solution requires no argu The new potato is oval to oblong in'I' reaches through the crib. This mixture rural family, consisting of a father Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards. I Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu were
ment with the farmers of the South shape much larger than any sweetpotato will do better put In a quart size mother and nine children all in Mrs. Nelle Shaw and children, of business visitors to LaCrosse Monday
who usually receive! several cents long cultivated, and the fine velvet! I fruit jar. Then stop up the three, fected with hookworms indicates a Alachua, spent Wednesday here with W. J, Ward attended to business in ,
per !pound for their hogs than do the skin gives it the appearance of a new holes perfectly tight and leave therefor condition that is by no means rare. her sister, Mr.. C. W. Edwards. ,: Starke Monday.Lee .
farmers north of the peanut belt. A Irish potato. The vines anr leaves I 15 days. Take enough corn out Not only will a condition of this kind Mrs. M. S. Hayes spent a few days i i Harrell, of ,Jacksonville is :
promise of its solution lies in Prof. are of the characteristics of the Nan before you put in drugs to last this render a group more susceptible to of this week with Mr, and Mrs. N. G. spending a few days with relatives '
Scott's report of soft pork studies I in cy Hall showing streaks of pink as length of time. Do this immediately serious, intercurrent illness, on ac Hayes here
Bulletin Florida Experiment Station. pronounced as in the Porto Rico, and after corn is cribbed. Then the first count of lowered physical resistance, Seeber Edwards was a business vis. !I! Mr. and Mrs. WHHard Raborn were '
' Certainly there is much to this. report, combining the qualities of both of of February repeat the dose. it will also reduce the earning: capacity itor to New River Monday( I shopping in Brooker Saturday.O. .
for Editor Sanders of the SouthernJrV these best know nvarieties. Now the tight crib is much better of the adults and the learning" rapacity C. M. Andreu attended to business W. Barry and C. M. Andreu
,\ Iturulist cloned a two and one-half but you put this box in it and you and development of the- children in Brooker Saturday. i were visitors to LaCrosse Friday

column article In the July 15th issue PECAN SCAB will seal next year. and in addition, will cause the John Dukes of Alachua, spent the Tom Mills and son, Collie, of La-
of that paper with the following."To Next week I am going to talk about expenditure of money for drugs and week-end at the home of Stephen I Crosse, were business. visitors here
Florida people, the plan is Pecan scab may become trouble- sweet potatoes. doctor bills each year. Hague. Monday,

f'},' worthy of especial consideration If some on the young nuts during the Bradford County's I"riend-Unce! Moral-If you are old or young and Mrs. Leonard Cook, of Ft. White, I' Arthur Edwards was a visitor to
+ the theory proves sound, the Florida next six weeks says H. E. Stephens George. at times not well, ask your physician Is spending a few days with relatives the Vanderbilt section Sunday.
tests will be used plant pathologist at the Florida Experiment here
not only in every about hook worm infection and its Malcolm Harrell in Brooker
date in America but in practically Station and in places whereit SHIPPERS MUST MARK PACKAGES treatment. A postal card addressed W. J. Ward was in Worthington Monday was

every civilized country on the globe. occurred last season it would be .. OR CONTAINERS RIGHT to the state board of health, Jacksonville
And its influence well to anticipate trouble and make - ---- - --- -- -
further --
!? goes even will bring prompt information ---- -- - ----- -- -- -
,}, than that. Last year there were 1LOIIOOO ,- preparations to avoid the disease. Must Show Wright or !Measure of All about securing necessary examina
/ ) hogs raised in Florida, having Trees that Know scab every year 'raleLaw to be Enforced tion.
w a value of $13 each and a total value should be sprayed atonce with 44501 To
4 of p.'O.OOO.OOO.! ) )( These hogs were all bordeaux mixture to protect the nuts. The following statement for the THERESSA Keep Posted Read I
'. classed as soft and for that reason Make the second application two benefit of Florida fruit and vegetable -

1 approximately 3 cents per pound or : weeks later.In growers has been Issued by the United Theressa, Aug. 6.-Miss Florence THE
ir. $:1,45 each, In docked. Thus because any event, spray just as soon as States department of agriculture: Hall returned to her home Saturday, FLORIDA METROPOLISUnder
l of soft pork the value of the hog crop evident on the young nuts. Two or t Fruits and vegetables in package after spending some time in Waldo
S. in Florida U I annually reduced more three applications at two week intervals form when chipped into interstate with her sister, Mrs. Geiger

than $5,000nni Besides the glory, through: July and August are usually commerce should bear a plain and Mills Batten and family Charles new management. Alert, aggressive, enterprising -
rp I'i' advertising the state, advertising theN sufficient to keep scab under conspicuous statement of the quantity Gilyard and family, Charlie Phillipsand and
state pride, should the Florida test control. of the contents of each package. Instructions Lee Brown spent Saturday newsy readable. Abounds with
on
prove sound the state of Florida can Sanitation around the trees will also have been issued showing Long Pond creek enjoying a fish fry pictures, stories and special articles on interesting
vote $100.000 for a thorough: investigation help in keeping scab under control. how various fruits and vegetables: in I Miss Rhoda Bennett is visiting rela every
n \ and milk an annual return of The disease Is carried over from Reason : different style: packages may be marked tives and friends in Raiford. topic of the day. All the news the day

five tbouxund per cent by producing to season on the fallen leaves, nut I, in order to comply fully with thenet S, B. Woodard and daughter, Miss it happens.?
--- hulls and rubbish beneath scab infected weight amendment to the law, and Estelle, returned to their home here
Rub-My-Tium Is a powerful antiseptic ,, trees. This trash should he : also showing what shipments of vegetables Sunday after spending some time at It's Now
; it kills the poison caused from In.fe.t..d burned early In the spring before any as ordinarily marketed are exempt Brldgend. The South's
cuts cures old sores tl'tter. etc. new growth dormant spraying: sonictime from the net weight provisions. S. P Clifford and M. M. Brinson

{ -Adv. ..-- ________ in January with lime-sulphur solution These instructions have been distributed have returned from Smith lake after Greatest
y'f' : ((1 to 78)) us a clean-up widely among fruit and enjoying NewspaperServed
4 _--- _.. .. _spray vegetable several days' fishing. Report .
YOU WOULDN'T TRY -- ?-- growers and shippers a fine catch of fish, including
WHEAT SELLS: FOR LOWEST;; The bulk of the fruits and vegetables twelve pound trout. a by the leading news agencies of the

PRICE IN HISTORY FRIDAY now shipped Into interstate commerce W. T. Wallace was a business visi- country over special leased wires. The Presidential
are marked in accordance with tOil to Starke Monday.R. -
TO TAME A WILD-GAT Absence of Buing Demand Outstanding the law, officials say, but Dome shippers M. King left here Saturday to campaign and other political matters cov
1.aturIJtotolittf. in Grains have overlooked or are disregard visit Palatka and Jacksonville. vered from
every angle. Full
1"'c
market
i ing this provision of the law. Since II. E. Moorer was in Hampton Sat reportsand
J1r. Dodion Warn Against Ue Chicago, July 80.-For the first this amepdment has been in effect urday.G. complete financial page. More Florida news than
':, time since the ending of federal government for six years and every opportunity C. Lee and Arthur Bennett m any other paper Five
rr pf Treacherous, Dangerous control of the wheat market has been given; to the trade to get in business visitors to Hampton Satur were guarantee all the news-gatherm agencies
r? I Calomel what has been told in Chicago at less line with its provisions, it is the opin- day afternoon. news the day it happen. The Metro-
.,' ,, than $' .23 a bushel the price which ion of the officials that there! is now Mrs. Chas Cox returned to her polls .. a member of the Associated Press, United

last year was guaranteed by congress. no excuse for any shipper falling to home in Miami after several day. vis Press I International News Universal News and New.
Calomel salivates) It's mercury.Calomel December delivery went as low today mark the quantity of the .contents on it with her mother. paper Enterprise
acts like dynamite on a .lug> as $2,21, an overnight tumble of 12'4 packages of fruits and vegetables Henry and Kilmer Woodard Alaociation.

i ..' gush contact liver.with When sour bile calomel it crashes comes Into into It, cents Absence of buying demand law.shipped within the jurisdiction of the visiting their mother, Mrs. S.are B. Four Months On Trial For $1.50

,. .. muting cramping and nausea. was the Woodard.Mr. .
.. 1f you led bilious, headachy constipated outstanding feature in today's opera May Be Marled by Either Weight or and Mrs. Jim Koon of Waldo USE THIS COUPON TO SAVE
, .1 and all knocked out, just go to tions. Not any unusual rush to sell. Dry Measure are visiting at the home of Mr. and MONEY
; your druggist and (jet a bottle of JVvl- A generally accepted explanation of Fruits and vegetables in baskets, Mrs. J. P. Padgett. AGENTS WANTED IN ALL FLORIDR TOWNS:
I'\' on's. Liver Tone for a few cent which the apparent reluctance of purchasers hampers, drums, .cartons, boxes, barrels Monday night a social was given at GOOD COMMISSIONSWRITE FOR TERMS l
'
is a harmless vegetable substitute for has strained financial conditions and and crates SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY
may in general be the home of Mr. and Mrs M. Hall. The OFFER d
.,'r If dangerous it doesn't calomel.start Take a spoonful liver and and notably weakened foreign exchange. marked by either weight or dry measure Florida Metropolis, Jacksonville. Florida. 1

I straighten you up better your and quicker Corn oats and provisions declined in or when packed In barrels may "Rat Snap Beats the Rent Trap Ever Gt'ntlt'mt'nl'll'a" send me hy mail The Florida Au 1
than nasty calomel and without making sympathy with wheat except within be marked in terms of the United Made" Mrs. Emily Shaw Says gUilt 15lh to December 15th, for which I Metropolis from
am full
sick back and normal limits.A States standard barrel and its subdivisions "My: husband subscription for four month. enduring $1.50 to cover
;you: ;you just go get ;your bought: $2.00 trap. I _. If I agree to continue 15th:
-----+ of third half bought SOc box of I will pay the regular after Deeember
money. or three-quarters! a RAT SNAP. The subscription rates.
; t If you take calomel today you'll be CATTLE TICK ARGUMENTA Statements of dry
be
measure should trap only caught 3 rats but RAT Name
If.i, \ ; nick and nauseated tomorrow besides, in terms of the United States stan SNAP killed 12 in a week. I'm never _?__________"_"""______..____________.._________"
l It may salivate you. while if ;you takeDodiion's cattle raiser from the Rodman dard bushel and its customary subdivisions without RAT SNAP. Reckon I could R. F. D. or St.__.______ __.___
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Liver will -- ____
Tone wake :
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you up section dropped in the Palatka New. of half-bushel """" ____-____... .__-
pecks, quarts, not raise chickens without it. RAT PootoOice
feeling great, full of ambition and ready
for work or play. harmless, office Friday morning. He said we pints or half-pints. If the quantityof SNAP comes in cakes. Three! sizes, This.. a specisi ----------_____________ State_______.____
ant and saff to give t'e 0 eUiWrea;pie y had been urging people to produce the contents be stated by weight 25c, SOc, $1. Sold and guaranteed by t'd. The regular introductory subscription'rVtr.'nd'aame will not be repeat-
lib It. more and the farmer to stay on the or measure, it should be marked in Mitchell's Drug Store and D. C Jones months and $1,65 price for three of the months Metropolis i* $6.00 per year, 83.25 for six

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AUGUST 1920 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. "t..... .' PAGE SEVEN

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LITTLE BITS -Chicago Daily News. "We only issue them 'to seamen If you can't get a quart Sunday enroute to Bradford. vln i
A JOINT! RMIOLtmON Pfnpoilnir an ii
00 sir, wa the n-ply. Take what you can get. Rev Ridenour of Gainesville, will Anvndmrnt to Section < of Artlrl IX of ....

OF HUMORLaugh Taint th Same "Why," burst forth from the other's For the prospects are nil his regular appointment next Sun- C..n tituilDn of the" Stat of Florida\ Krlatlnc :

Guess my tackle is th' bl' tRod lips "you leather-necked swivel-eyed It will fro higher yet.After .1 day at the Missionary Baptist church.RAIFORD to II Tanatlon* It 111.and.....Flnane kf the Lrcblatur of th

son of a sea cook if you f..ellll1 ctar. -- -+.- - Kill of Florida i
o' steel an' fancy flies; ; TakingOh That the following amendment to rfeetUm
Linea that stand th' toughen test board boom running foul of your headlights .< of Artie 1* It of th* Conntltutlon of th. ,
; haul tackle sweet'little Florida ..I. ....U..n and n-
Reels enough for you'll in your jaw you butter cup, lltat of Un. to
every site nanr la .nrrrlir Mrml to and hall br .ubmlttrd -
Build for yourself a strong box. Yet when I a'nshin' go a bit, and then- Oh, you sweet little gutter pupI Raiford, Aug. A.-Wilma Andrews ta th"* ..I.l cu>nl of th. tat*. for adop.tlnn .

Fashion each ,part with care; An' recall th' early fame "Give him a ticket quick," shouted love you so, I do. of Jacksonville is the guest of her or rrjrctlotl at th.* nut firnrral ..I..*.-
with hasp and the train tlon held hereafter, that I* to oar that it.ten
Fit it padlock Of a boy I used to know, master "He's one. -Philadelphia grandparents Mr. and Mrs A. D. An. S of Article S of the. Constitution of .....

Put all your troubles there. 'Tain't th' same. North American. Don't cry, baby Brews II...* of Florida be arorndrd" ao a> to tad aafollow
Hide therein all your failures .t tHrctlun
S. 111 come home by and bye, Katie Lou Denmark I'erla Whitten I e. Th. tnrlvlatnr. hall h... pnw.rr .

And each bitter cup of quaff; Useter :Not Solid. EvidentlyThe The moon am shining. Walter Whitten were visitors to Lake I to provide for .....uln./ State ....n... only
Lock all your heartaches within it, own a hickory rod The shine is for the liiirim of n>lH>ll>nir Invaiilon or *ui>-
Then sit on the lid and laugh. Hook cork sinker-nothin' more; witness for the defense was be. I'll home mooning Puller during the week. prMwinii( urrrctlon.. or for th. pu...... of
come by and bye
Useter Herbert Bitch of Starke and Miss rrdrmln or rrfundln bond alraady l>-
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Tell no one of its contents, turn the garden sod Ing!: cross-examined. In answer to a ----+ .u.-.. at a lower rat of lnt..** or for th.
Never its secrets share; After work 'longside th' door; question put by counsel, instead of Futch, of Lawtey were in town Sun PuriHM nf acqulrlnir. liuililinir .nd maintaining
KKOOKERBrooker day afternoon < of rood ....... and brldirathroUKhout
Useter, angle in the brook a a>iu in
Drop in your ceres ahd your worries speaking he nodded his head. this 8tal undr urh rrvulationaa
Rev.
Keep them forever there. Speckle trout aroun' me C'ame. Whereupon the court stenographer M.djor. of Lake Butler filled may b* prnwrllid ty an Act of the LetIsistunt -
Aug. 6.-J, J. Morgan was
his
appointment at the Methodist .. bond Uaura.
Seemed t mtltlpd. that any anthnrlid
to hanker for hookTain't who -
from sight not the
Hide them so completelyThe my was looking at witness in Gainesville' Monday church Sunday In iiumuane* hrof for a vyiilrm of

world will never dream half; th" same. demanded: "Answer that question." G. B. C.ollliln and son Resale. motored mid nab and tirtdH shall not .>_ In $

A.
the down The witness replied "I did I D. Andrews \\was transacting amount flv. l II) prr c.nt. of th. total. tat a>-
Fasten top securely : answerit
There to Worthington Thursday after business In Jacksonville during the amii-mrnt of 1h. Mat at th. Mm of IMU. *. ,
Then cit on the lid and laugh. I'd sit an' fish an' fish ; I nodded my head." week.Herbert Th.* VMM cwt In eompllanr with laid

Dyersville (la.) Commercial. Starin' at th' quiet pool' ; "'Yee" was the retort "I heard it noon.Dogan Nabb, of Sampson spent proposal mndmrnt, and th* ean..... dvclaratlun -
Sit an' an' Hitch, of Starke, was in and rrlurna thereof hall Iw uhJetiMl
watch wait an' wish
005 rattle, but could not tell whether it last week here.Virginia town to th* pen. rvvulatlon and rtrlrtlnn a* I
: Quite forgettin home an' school was and down from Bide to Monday morning ar provided. by law for .*nral' .l.i...tion* Inth \
A Real Artist Often caught a lickin, my! "up or W'kIIM visiting In Starke Jessie Mae ,Baisden. of Starke, was State' of Florida.
side. -Rehoboth Sunday Herald. IN TF.ST1MONY WHF.RKOF.'
this week.
Some of the workmen on the new Dad was quick to place th' blame! visiting here during the week 1 have hrunto art mv hand

Christian church building were com Fishin' cost this youngster h'ghTain't S. . Fred Ilaten and Hazel Warren were John Klnlaw of Jacksonville, wasvisiting sod Tixd< the Crest 8ra1 of \
Wanted visitors to Gainesville Thursday, I REAL' ) "" *<*'" of Florida, at Tal-
plimenting Rev. Brink on his abilityto the same. relatives and friends bt'reon .lhasarr. thr Capital this th. '
T. C. llnr.en
out in about place was in Alachua Sun Sunday.Joe lwrnty.lKhth day' of July A. i'
help any neces- One thousand men, women and children ,1 \

sary. He gracefully admitted that he Fifchin', an' Inventin' tales) to buy stock in the "Sure Thing" day.S.. V. Andreu and Taylor) of Jacksonville, spent It CLAY IHZn.H CRAWFORD.
family
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enjoyed a
was a pretty handy man, but said his 4 Kind o' fkatin round the truth, Company. Mr. Will Gain President fish fry at the scout hole Thursday Sunday here s-11- -ra. rlwivtary of Dial.
skill was nothing compared to that Is that President Helen Ralph and Jack Naurlght '
Mrs.
a sport never stales and A. Big Slice Vice

of a stone cutter he once knew. The In the golden days o' youth Mr. Will B. Rich Treasurer and Miss town D. W.Friday.}Kelly of New River was in are spending a few days at Kingsley ten,' COMNISSIONFRN'millo" I* rlvrn that SACS under: and byvlrlu i

curious part of it was that the mason Got th' tackle that's th' best Mary Halla Secretary Our assets lake of that ......In di-cr** of inrtlllon .ntvrd '
was a nigger who had only one arm. Yet the intentionsand Mrs J. L. Surrency and children, of G. L Sapp', og Starke, wan in town In th* Circuit. Court for Ilrailforri. C 4iun-
sport seems gettin' tame good
represent
; many Plant City, who have been visiting: $5. Htatr of Florida In Chanornr. on lbw *lndday i;
"How docs he manage it if he has What's th tackle) 'thout th' zest? much money which has been .paid In here Friday afternoon. of Novrmtwr A. I>. IDIIt, In: an action for
spent the latter part of the week :Mrs S. W. Smith and two little liartlllon thrn-ln only one arm ? questioned one of the Taint the camel! for stock by many good people. We p< "
with n1ntlat Pine 11111. and N. Holderand
daughters I I. oomplalnant, C.
men. -New York Central Lines Magazine. I have no liabilities as yet because we T. C. llazen Catheline and Sara returned ...,.. ...v* Hohlrri, Sarah Adkln and ,

"Why" said Brink "he holds his S. . have not gotten: started. milch has purchased a fine home. Saturday_ after a de hunliand. 11. A. Aitkln : Jn..*phin*. Krracy and f\
cow. H
lightful: visit to Now York hualiaml. Jamey KenMyjKlrhard>> Hiildrrand ?
chisel between his teeth and hits him. It All Depends Confidence in us is half the battle. E. B. Andreu, Jr., of I'lant City + wlf. Addlo ll.il.hr ; and T. J. Holder anilKtfr. ; ,
t'I....".. Hiil.l.T. ar* rirndanm. ..h.o."I..ltrn.d .
self behind the head with the ham- We
are organized and chartered Under was in town Thursday EAST STAKKi *. nommlMilonrni. will offer. for
mer."-Winamac (Ind.) Democrat. When James A. Garfield was president the laws of the State of Uncer Mesdames Lloyd and U. D. Johns, pal at tli,. front door of tho courlhoiui In :

of Hiram college a man brought tainty. We in all invest Hlark*. llradfont County. Florida. on Monday, 'j
500A participate you of New River
were in town shopping .
'
East Starke thv .lh tiny. of. rVintpbr, 1P211. the *am h
his to be entered Aug. (f.. Miss Gt'rtioCarpl'nt..r
up son as a student.He -
and are not assessable.Get .
farmer has gainedthe Wednesday afternoon ln a leval aim day of said court dilrlnath
prosperous wanted the boy to take a course I in before we withdraw from and, son. Lonnle, who have I deal hours. of. pair! and will wll to th.
R.
reputation of being the stingiest shorter than the regular one. W. Surrency of Graham, was in been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. U. O. hlnh. t and, Isot bidder for ca.h :In band tha ;'i)
man in his town and consequently is your community.-Tarentum (Pa.) town Monday. fnllnsln.. dwenlyd, real rptat lylna and b*-
"My son can never take all those Telegram. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Warren and Strong:, returned to her home in Tampa Inir In llradford. ('"u"',, Flurlda. ....00... I ,j
favorite
with his
not a general neigh- North.wot OJ t
Tuesday lleiilnnlnn at ).nilliwr Corner of (
bors. studies said .the father "He wantsto S. children were in Lake Butler Wednesday Juittrr .,f uthal Uuarter of H Marvin
get through more quickly. Can't afternoon Green, of Long Branch In Townnhlp 8vn Mouth Ifanv
lie owns an old horse which to put it for him ?" Her Explanation passed through here enroute to the Twnty.two ..". then.. run North VIA ft, I
you arrange
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it mildly is very thin. As if to makeup Ardrll Crosby of Starke passed county neat." thenp* rHt:: flAil r...... thnoo rUiulh' yin ft,
"Oh, yes" said Mr. Garfield.] "He "Bessie, said her mother, "why is through here Thursday enroute to lhnr Wet ClAn ft to point of bc.lnnln., Y\
for lack of flesh on its body however can take a shorter it all depends it that you nnd your small brotherare Thomasville. C. B. Strickland and daughter Evelyn and contalnlnir they acrr.. more or le*.. :
course;
J. M. AI.VAIIK/: 4
animal has head
the sizes
a many "
upon what you want to make of always quarreling? Fred flaxen was in Lake Butler were attending to business in J. W, ANItllKWS, JH. ks '

too large. The other week he wentto him. When God wants to make an "I don't know" returned the child Wednesday afternoon. Starke) Saturday.. R. A. WEEK: *. Commisslon.nMASTER'S . i +I'
the expense of a new collar for the "unless I take after and he takes Quite crowd of the folks -.-it-e-l A* I
a
oak He takes 100 yearn but lie only] you Jos Wilson, of Stnrke, was In our young ,
animal. A few minutes after the delivery
,j
after Transcript. attended the show in Starke Saturday
he was back at the saddler's takes two months to make a squash. papa-Bollton town on business Wednesday after night. SALE' : I

-The Sample Case. SASS Nolle la hi.by llv.n that under and lapurauahot '
with the collar. noon.Mrs.. Barefoot and daughter were Mrs. J. 1) Ricks and son, of Starke, nf a .*rlan! final d..*... of forrlmiiir *-
S0 * One-Third Off of .al., mad and rnderd on. tn
"Don't you know nothln'7" he blurted in were guests of her m.thE'r.Ira.! J. C.
Alachua
Thursday.R. .
Vdlh day of Jun., A. D. 1R>0. In and by theJ"ll.
"You've made it too small. I Mistaking! the LanguageHe Bathing suitsOnethird A. Weeks was in LaCrosse lust Carter Wednesday .. of the Circuit Court. In and for Bradford
can't get it over his head!" I' County. Florida 'In ('h.n.*", In that
was dressed stylishly and he off.No Monday.C. Mrs. David Luke, of Clay county, ...I.In sun ttirrln pndlnawhrln J. O.

"Over his head ?" replied the saddler I walked up to the railway booking office joke here. F. Wilson who has been ill, In I visited Mrs. C. 11. Strickland Saturday Golan l I. Complainant, and J. M. Thihw.

"Man alive, it wasn't made to and asked for a "seaman's return Do not scoff. able to be out again. morning. AdrnlnlBtralnr' at Ih* estate of H. P. luka 1
I
and, Nona Nukes, drrand. and -l.and Thlka,
go over his head. Back him into it." ." One-third oft, J. M. Shaw and Frank Stokes have Desmond Luke has jI'Oneto South Fdna riukr., f K<< N. lliike and ....'1,. Ma

Pretty nice; purchased the Baxter farm. IlukM, ar ...ndanla.
where has
Florida he employment I. A. S. h....... aa II.....,.' Ma.tr, hall
Not the suits T, B. Tinholster was attending to !Manning Cooper. of I'lant City offer for .1.! at pul>ll. 0111.", and sell to th. 1,1

But the price. business In Starke Monday spent Snturday night and. Sunday hllihe and lost bidder for rash hymn the ;

Louisville: Courier-Journal. Mrs L. W. Sowell spent part of with homefolki. door of, Florid ill,. oourthoim, on Monday In. ,8tark th Ind. llradfordCounty. day of ,'I

.. .. last week visiting at Nedwberry Hebron Underhill, of Green Cove AIIKUHI. A. 1>. 11120. durlnii tha liiral hour I'
of .1.! the following de.nrlb.-d" properly, to-
U. 1). Johns of New River was in
Said old Mother Goose: Springs, spent Saturday In Starke. wits J
town Tuesday.Ben There will be a revival meeting at I llerlnnlna- the Nnrthw Comor of B...
"Have you heard of the news ? Crosby was In Stnrke Tuesday tlon lit. and riiunlnn r:.o.t .IIA ...01., Iheno
The old lady I mentioned to you afternoon Randolph nc-h.oollioune starting on the South 44ii yardn. thrno West .111 yard' :
third Sunday. Everybody Invited to '. North 40" yard to point of W lnnlnajal
Bought a J"ord-yeM. she did- Elizabeth Browtilec, who has been attend ;o .. n: at th* Northwest Corner o( J

It holds every kid- visiting here returned home Tues .A Section" 2a! and running Kant: dun yard.. I I.i.
-( --- I II I I I ' T
of
With the she got for theshoe.Detroit' thene Riiulh 441) yard, for a Hilnt begin.nlnn .
money day. .
and from then run Eat son yard I .
I DRUCS i ilike News. I.ori'tie and Ella Mae Hazen were thrum Noiilh *.n yard. I thence Wt liMn f
.. Tile Commonest Generosity yards: llienn. North yen yard. In rWtlon 55. ,
S. in Starke Thursday afternoon. Ti.wni.hlp 1, Bntlth of Kanv 100:..., con.talnlng .
Shoeless he climbed the stairs open Margaret Haen is on the convalcs.cent fioiue men are not only enter: u glee ION! .*.*.. more or 1 In**, together with
..... list the devil his due, l hut flu-)' 'Insist onadding all and InguUr th. tenmenta. h..dt..m.nle
ed the door of the room entered, and '
and atiiilrtenanoe Itelnngltig or In anywla..I'trrhdnthv *
fat bonus. It J I' lliu Lord
Tom Chastain of Lake Butler u '
without being detected cloned It after was .
who UHiially Duds. collection. poor,... A. S. CREWS.
nim. Just he about to In town Wednesday.
as was get: IIoiiHinn' 1'oni. A, 7. AOKINA. Slwclal, Ma.ir.Knllcltor .
into b'd. his wife, half-aroused from I. W. I'inholster, Jr.. and L. U. for Comnlalnar. 7xCtT.SONOTKr.

slumber turned and sleepily said: Gainey were attending! to business inLaCrosse

"Is that Fido ?" Wednesday.Miss 'lino, cures Malaria, Chill and Fever OP GUARDIAN BALE:
.v you of Jacksonville Bilious Fever Cold and Ln( r ppe. It Thirty ilavi aru.r dm. hereof I, Mi. under.l ,
The husband telling the rest of the Georgia Mills kills the that the .l"nd luarillan. ., of Cola 'l'arrlh and Matlhrw
spent a few days of this week herewith parasite causes feyCr. I'nrrl.h, minor heir of Matthew r,,rri.h,
story aid : It ia laxative
splendid and
a
her sister, Mrs E. T. Stewart. general deeeaiieil. will apply' to th. Ilnnnrnlil leo A.
"For once in my life I had real tanlc.-Adv.
llrailfurd C'ounty.Florlila. .
in here llnrillner Counly Jililv* of
Roy Fomyth was Saturday
,t. presence of mind. licked her hand." for an ordor to sill at private *al.
Swiped. enroutp to LaCrosso.Dr. \\ )1)' 1"'fJIIcHUT I ICat.-nllp!; In Prefer.inre th,. one-ninth undivided' Inform *aeli of split,
) Tribble of I.nCroHHO was inhere minor. In soil tn the following dmrrlU'd. land
. . In Kiit Poison .lIn.', In llrailfurd Uiuiilr.. Florlila, In.wit I
Saturday. Sonlhia (I....,'.. of aulhwnt ..)......,,
And Thirnty, Too"There's R. W. Surrency and Willie Price, of (1)) RAT SNAP absolutely Kill I rats and rloulhwvftt. IJunrtr of Houtbeant CJ"."(.",

Graham were here Friday afternoon and mice, ((2)) What It doesn't kill it ton IIKI pail Northweat Quarter. of North
something about th1 sea .ail giiartor, Hi-ellon I in)I. Townthlii ('',
411fl! that makes a feller sad Joe." U. D. Johns and D. W. Kelly of scares away ((3) Hall killed with Hat II..,... blab) containing' 1110 art, more or

1 New River, were in town Saturday Snap leaves no smell, they dry up inside I..... Alai| then n...*. In th* Northea cor.ner .
"y.-it'll .,'('In' the wind ttblowin'th' of .
Norllimpt UuarUT, Hectlon < IS,. Town
froth over th' bar."-Life. afternoon.Henry ((4)) Made In cakes, no mixing; shin 'itt, Itanv IV.

Sowell, of Cooler Pond. wall with other food. (C) Cuts or dogswon't J'HIl th. UUnd day of July. >l>30.
.5. touch it. Three sizes fine ,1\.11. MOI.I.IF I'A IIIWUI.
In 26e
town Saturday. .
iunnllun tat Lola' and Matthew I'arrlph Minor
The Old.f'I..hl..n..d. Fourth Jesse Shirley! of Jacksonville, spent tl. Sold and guaranteed t Ioy Mitchell's liHIntlUO.NOTI w

What has become of the old-fashioned Saturday here with his parents Mr. Drug Store and II.) C. Jones ,.

tafrrrsf4.arl4gtr Fourth and the picnic they heldin 1 and Mrs, T. B. Shirley lie was accompanied r OP API'I MrtllOV IfATION Ire FOK OP TAX Till!:l>KrDIINIlrU

T the woods ?- buck by Ida mother, t.tNF.II..I.: IITATtlTr.I .
Mrs.. O. W. Thomas and daughter ASPIRINName Nulls. I. henhy .given that N. r>, Wynn.purrlia f I
Where the kids fired their crackers .. '
"r of Ian ( rtlncatv No. 1110 dnte.l 1
Alva of pine in town Sat-
and drank lemonade and invested 1 Hill were III* tads. cif July A. II. lull hn. Illed
tirduy. aid. ..,1111..... tn my o IT It. and has mud appllnallon .
in prize-piirkiigo; goods? Hazel and Myers Warren left Saturday for t.. rived to .*.U. In anvordanoawith .
Where is the old-fahhioned merry-go-: "Bayer" on GenuineicaciilcHttr l Ise. Maid .*rtlflrat* ..mlo....* th. fol
fur Jucksconville where they 'lowing dearr'lM'd' proiierly, altuated In llrad
round with horse in the center
a will visit their' sister Miss Hdyth, ford ..."nt.. Ylo.I".. tA-wll iHontbwept ),
9 for power?- "I"." .' of Norlhwnl Qu..'.,
who is employed In that city Ree. Bli. ;
Ti H, U 1II/ f. 411 ..rrTh
And the swains and their sweetheartswho Marguerite Shrlver spent the weekend paid land, Iwluv l **.*...d. at the date of th. lauanr .

sat in the "scrapem". androurt..d visiting! friend in Gainesville of uch evrtlncat In th. .....,. of A.
oranges and rode by the hour? I,. Wyun. T.tst*,
Lewis Shriver motored to Worthington Ureic said eertlHral droll lui rde. .m4o.onliiiir
What has become of the horses and Friday afternoon r lo law, tae dad. will It.ue lh.......

buggies: lined up at the fence ina Ruby Crosby who hits been visiting on the IDih. day. of Augu.t A, 11. III ZO. ,
n 'fL' WIn_ my oirinial' .Ignatur and seal ihla 51
row?- in Jacksonville, returned, homeFriday. 1 the lath day' of July, A. l>. 1(120.W. .

drink And where are the whips the men Yi.1 T.
i Clerk. Clreull Court, llr.drord C,nn rFFi.rld..: .
carried in hand, and where did Services were held<1 at Dedun church I CI
the lap-dusters ? Saturday and Sunday by Revs )Dyal .. -ie-m-S..|IL Deputy Clerk. 1

OGE Wrier is the old-fashioned hamper and Woods Rev Crosby of Staikc, of Sa1lcyll..aCld.-Adv. '

I containing; the fried chicken pick- woes celled to pastor the church for "!layer Tablets of Aspirin" is gen. NUTKB or ELECTION
uinc My the i-nwi.rp. veted In them hy th. Rchnnt .
Aspirin proved safe by millions I
lea and cakeT the ensuing yearMr :..... of the mat of Florida the Hoard ..r
The white bread home-made, and the and Mrs. P. A. Crosby were in and prescribed by physician for over I'll.lie) Inptruellon of flrailford milinty hrmbyorder I

cherry bounce, and the jam that Lake Butler Friday twenty ;years. Accept only an unbroken an election to he held In llrooker. 11,r-
elallulMKhool' flUtrlct N...
-CRUiCold sH they used to make? Messrs.! E.: T. Stewart L. W. Sow "liuyer" package which contains Auiru.t 14. 11120 fur th. txirrMia IN. on of Saturday.letlna

Where are the two.for-5-ccnts/ cigars ell and E. J. Ward of Willeford, pent proper directions to relieve the Ihre mourn and, to deterniln. th* amount I

that we got by pitching; a ring the wrek-end here with their families Headache Tootduehe Earache, Neuralgia of For mlllag th*. tn p..,h,*,,..aa.**of..*d.holding laid' .leetlnn ,

?r sparkling Ward'* Orange.Cyush- At a knife or apeII' set up In aboard Mesdames John and Dyal, of Rheumatism, Cold and Pain. follnwlng fnanagen haven appointed

what, a refreshing delight after hot dusty ? . Where's everything Hampton passed through here Sat. Handy tin boxes. of 12 tablets cost few J. J. Morgan H. I'. 0.1.I....C.... J'OWY.U"A. A. II..... i'i'th.

S. urday enroute to Alach.ua. cents. Druggists also sell larger (halrman Hoard. of '.....11. Iniinmtlon. Ilrad-

driving! Wanj. Lemon.Cru.h-the companion Naughty I'urnitur.18n: Inez Abernathy spent the weck-fnd! "!layer packages.: Aspirin I III trade AtteptiK.ford County, Florida S

drink to Orange-Crunh equally with hr, cousin Rosa Surrency, of marked Mayer Manufacture Monacet- R I'OPPEI.L.

.tfo.a. ......, delicious! A bride and groom were buying fine Hill. C... Hurt and ""'1''. T-10-Kt-l-IS.

I r ". .... ,,; their furniture. "Is this a good, strong; Mr. and Mrs. G. B.I Colson and son, Norire or Fol J.'TIfIN' I
; . .' their delicious '
derive NOT" It K OP S'A
; Then drinks "I I. Dim HAIU.C
;>. . :., b..d'l" asked the "Yes "Ir." \VHKKBAH. Ih 1..I.I.u. of lull, unikrth
:'g:.-::.,:,...:...... flavor from fruit oil pressed from groom. Reside, and Lonnie Morgan, motorednear .onMtltutUin; of 1HHB tf th* Slate ofFlorida Two month after d.'. hare w* will rr*.
:: responded the clerk "we stand behind sent our votiehera and final
'. freihly-picked orangca or lemon. Starke Sunday afternoon did lie. on Joint frolutlon pro. account to the ,
: '{ .. and citric every bed we sell." iMMlnaan! am.ndmnt to th. Constitution of Non 0_. A. "..dln.., County Judg of "
,r ."6; combined with pure sugar T. C. listen motored to Worthington : the Htat of r.lorlda.. and l .... lame wa.* airr..dIn Braiirnril. County Florida. and ask ta he dl.- \
actdthenatural.uidofcitru4lruin( ). "Oh, my whispered the bride to Saturday afternoon liy" a rot of thiwnftha of all th* mum- eharred a* admlnlatratnn of th* ..tat. of B. \
: it 'IIt i hubby "we don't want to buy a bed Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, l Ire ..*....d to such hfiu... that th. votp* on K. At.rnalhy. ilinaul II,
bolllt or at fountain! here." Okla. ..1.. Joint lOnwtlutlon ..... ntrd upon thlrrpetlv Thl th. imih day of Jun.. A. D 1920. y,
in Tishomingo
( ) Capitol Inez left Monday for I'lant.City., to O
I / Journal, with th. p... and. nay J. ATIKRNATIIY.:
1 'i i Co, CUc. Democrat. visit relatives.T. I ..........n. and they did dutormln and dines. MRS. AI.VA AnnnNATinr.: 1
t9STAKKE
......,..s b, Orng..Cna" that th. ..Id Joint lla .lutl.n l>* .uhmittpd Ailmlnl.tr.lnr. of th. KctaU of t n. A her.nathy .
. . li. Pinholgter ,was in : to the clMtnra tit th. rltata at the U.n..1! Dmued. :
'b # BOTTLING WORKS .'LOIUU.ol100NSIIISE day. Starke'e'1 Klpctfoin, In Nnvprnlwr, 1VUO 1.5.945.r.U r
: NOW Tllt.Kr.rOKK.; ; ': I. If. Clay CRAW.'
Chester Andreu of was NOTICE OP PI N A I. IHHCIIARCB
a rOllII, _..I.", of rtat* of the *tat* of Nntln I. hrrehy ('..n that. slat l dan t
r, a..dfr' 1.e., TrE/eeydt7w p .wsN By Veritas) in here Sunday. I I I Florida, on. hn>liy a-iv nuts that a from Ih. Ant publication.. hereof 1 will pra- f,
I :Murphy Price was in Starke :Mon .f.r.NKHAI. ELECTION wet tn th* County Judg of Bradford County,
will I. hold C
In each In Florida
Before Taking ounty on Florlila my Anal areount. and vniieheravf
day. | Tuan//.. nut .ucopxllng th* fiat Monday In th. plal of J. W. Norman tau of (Iraitordoiunty I-

Roll on, silver moon, :Mr. Yournagow, of Clayno) wa," a November.ln. th. I>. irao, Ih. said Tun.l.y be- deeraaed, and apply for the.approval J1

Guide to the stranger to the bay visitor to our town Sunday afternoon I .Imlnl..tn.| -1 .41
I SECOND; fAY Of NOVKMHF.R: This Kth!! day. of June 191(1.' <*
.t"I Where the screech owl chirps Mr. and Mrs. Lee Harrt-11, of Jack for the ratlnoatlon or rj
..t"j And the moonshiners stay. sonville passed through our town on to Joint th.. Involution Con.tltution. prrpoinii of the State an amendment of Florida' , d.and.. of the Ektat of JW..-is-at-a. Norman is l




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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TF.LECRAPH..STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY AUGUST 6. 1920.
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ber of the session of 1895 commanded chapter and friends. I
:. Bradford 'County Telegraph'' greater' respect and admiration of hisworkers Mrs C. L. Verne and Children. I ; V :_ : V V w V.V.V w V V V w V w V+w V V tF V.

co- of that body. M r. and Mr*. Henry Varnes and Chil

PublUhrd Weekly, and entered se- ** \1 No matter where the writer has dren. C
been in Florida since --- I I The
.iher at the appointmentof
class
and matter at the Pat-
J. T. Wills as judge' by Governor I i I ,
Tread
Starke. Florida. Zig-Zag
i Jennings: some eighteen years ago, he FARMERBROWN ; k
Q_ has never failed to have some one Inv W..*...1caJ1r and ......ulle.nr '
E. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and () n.1 i quire about Judge Wills) especiallyby r cad_ fur tuodluaa rrcAUM 1'be aecurltjr Under .11 .1' / t f

I I the legal fraternity, among whom Hey there Brown. Where you all 1! fu4 'fJ ibM>041 top, citein ;
he sneaking off to-this early in the
most for his
!I was highly esteemed on kolll aver of tile afro wlda a L- r
brilliant legal mind. Only yesterdayevening morning? I I a...., tiM
JL'I)GE JAMES THOUNWELL. I I one of the members of the I-ah. I-ah (doggast it). Say, Tim"1..11.1 and ll..iwaKtit HUM Coitor of tlw 'Ttof ; 1 r ,r
Gainesville bar, In lamenting the sad Samantha, the boys are all going tread .,. ttthrk. rubber Mud that M.alrt
WILLSIn news from his bedside remarked in down to Smith lake to fish and have a II In *KtiU4 Uw KlKl "-.Kl on.PunctureProof." '

the death of Judge Jamci Thorn, our presence: "If he hag to leave us, fish fry today and they all are boundI

well Wills, which occurred last :Monday what a pity it in that he cannot leave shall go alone.: .
1 morning at a-hocpitul in Games- his brilliant mind to some of u., thatIt Yes, but why didn't you say some ,'
ville, Starke loses one of her best beloved may be continued to be exercisedfor thing about it and not go sneaking off -. vk .f

,,, citizen and the State of Florida the benefit of our profession." He das ike a boy going swimming? Supposeyou ,,, ,!S11)
losci one of the ablest member w universally esteemed by the profesfion won't be back till morning and '( "'

of its judicial department. as well as by all people who me no wood. \ I,

When the eighth judicial circuit knew him. As for ourselves, we never Sty, Samantha, you just pick up ,,,.T \ NV,{ al .
P was created by the legislature in 11'03' had a friend whom we loved more or some wood this time. I'm late now. .,'t

Judge Wills wag appointed to theJudgE'I'hip enjoyed more coming in contact with. Not much, old man. You just mosey 4 .

by the late Governor William buck and cut me some wood. ;
) S. Jennings He had been reappointed What you all got to eat?

r by succeeding governors, and SEE MILLION BALE COTTON IN. Going: to eat clear fish. ) ,
was just entering upon the eighteenth CREASE Don't believe you will catch a single with Every CordQuality'J
';i year of his distinguished career ag a one, unless it is a dog fish or a

jurist when he was called from earth. Washington, Aug. 3.-Increase of snake. Cord Puncture-Proofs are the only ture-Proof a were subjected to the severest'
'I Ac judge of the circuit and as acting Why, you see, Samantha when Iwas LE
,
more than a million bales in the prospective tires that can win an argument teals before being offered to the public.
supreme court judge he fully met the down to Starke :yesterday the
,a highest hopes of the friends who urged indicated production yield month of cotton over forecast the boys told me about the fish fry so with Eteel. They were everything that a cord tire
a ago was
his initial apopintment. We recall by the department of agriculture.A I just bought some bread, crackers' should be--not a single cord quality had

that the Telegraph in announcing the total of 13,019,000 bales was esti- and cheese, a piece of bacon and some Let the thinnest, toughest, sharpest !nailor been sacrificed to make them puncture-

I appointment said that Governor Jennings mated from the condition of the crop link sausage, and a few other things stoutest spike try to pierce the triple C
bad placed the bench of the .
on for
lunch. proD
July 25th, while 11,450,000 bales was'orecast thickness of steel discs. They cannot
new circuit a man who would be an And you never said a thing to me. pass.
from the
able and a Just judge.: Now when the 25th.A condition of June Just when sneaking off. Just get back Your( tube is safe. The cord construction Let us show you the quality and construction

pages of his dplendid record have here and cut that .wood. Is uninjured. Not a cord cut or weakened of this remarkable tire.
of
been cloned by death there is not one production 11,450,000 bales was Say Samantha tell what I'll
,
you
'orecast from the condition June 25 for the steel discs are placed be.
to Bay that he did not fully justify do. If you will let me take big ,"
this promise. From one end of the which was 70.7. Production last year fish skillet to fry fish in and some your salt tween the cords and the tread. *"<. 1 :"," 776 t
was 11,329,755 bales and the condition .... 7Ze.-
, late to the other he wag looked upon and pepper, I'll cut you some wood. -
alone of the ablest men ever to have on July 25 a year ago was 67.1. You all will burn my fish skillet all for eighteen months Lee Cord PuncGriffin -

occupied the bench In Florida, and The ten year average condition on black over your camp fire if I let you
throughout the eighteen years of his July 25th is 75.6 per cent. take It.No Starke Floridak1

x,' service not the least taint of unfairness Condition of the crop by states on I won't. If I do I will take It & Johns, ,

ever attached to his escutcheon July 25 was: .. to the lake and scour it in the sand ---" -
He was in truth an able and a just Virginia, 74. no it will be as bright as your face Is :
r judge. North Carolina, 77.
this morning. Say now, Samantha?
n Judge Wills had'been' a citizen of South Carolina, 77. All right, Brown. While you are

fetarke:: since 1870. He was known to Georgia, 68. getting the wood 111 fix up a box of

nearly every citizen of the county, and Florida 64. things you will need and let you have Puncture Proof
I he was loved and respected by all. His Alabama 87.MisAisaippl. the fish pan, too.

1 death is a great !lose 71. How much wood have you cut? itwlr cfr fLI'E
Louisiana TfresSmile
71. A nice lot and put it in the wood ERr I
,; The Gainesville Sun, edited by former Texas, 74.Arkansaa. box. It will last till)) I get back. utttre Proo>''

congressman Robert W. Davis pays 78.Tennesseee Well, here's your lunch' box. Had-
the following tribute to Judge: Wills: 76. not you better take a quilt? You may
The night had passed and the day Missouri, 81. have to stay all night and get sleepy. at Miles'
dawned in the full flush of i i'l glory Oklahoma, 85./) Thanks, Samantha. You're a regular -

;1 yesterday, when the soul of James T. California, 85. sport. I'll)) bring you some fish. - -- .,--- .. -
Willa took its flight from earth andwent Arizona, 85. Well I
got over that pretty slick.
to the realms of the Infinite and All other states, 85. Expected she would be mad as a wet PROLONGED ABSENCE OF J. II.
PITTS CAUSES ANXIETY I I
the Everlasting. And the Good growing: weather during hen.
as night July When she's good, she's good but
had passed and the day had dawned caused much improvement in the crop when she's bad, she's badder. Costliest to Make
Left Home Month Ago and Nothing I!I
so It was with his noble spirit. All prospects, the condition having ad- Get up there, Rastus. Now for a
his troubles and his sorrow. ended vandal from 70.7 per cent of a normal fine time. Han Been Heard of Him I I Tastiest Taste.
to
here and his grand spirit went to crop on June 25th, to 74 per cent on Hallo there, boys. You all beat me I ;
dwell forever more in he golden/ land July 25th. The crop's condition is to it. Had to stop and cut some wood Neighbors, of J. II. Pitts, who has a II
of the blest even points higher: than it was a year for the old woman. That made me homestead in the vicinity of Long I

i lie was our friend of 40 years. When ago and a little more than a point below late Caught some fish already? Bridge, eleven miles west of Starke,

Y we came to Gainesville two score year l the ten year July 25th average. Yes, and we voted you should cook have become alarmed about his prolonged Made to standardNotdownto
ago, James T Wills was a young: law. --. ., the first lot for being so late absence from home. From the up a
' 7,' yer at Starkr, Our friendship began C, I I.. VAKNES All right, boys. Got the dandiest best information that can be obtained
then and never for one day, or one fish "skillet you ever saw : !Mr. Pitts !left his place about a month I'I \ \ a price.
hour had there been a brfak in that Verily the messenger: death is no at IteWitt C. Jones Hardware Store.I I ago and has not been seen since in the I i

bond between us. His was as fine and 1 respecter of persons, and on Monday, Had it hid out at the barn but Sa vicinity.
t w splendid a character as any man ever July 2fi, 1920, Mr C. L. Varnes received mantha snooped around and found it He left his mule cloned up in
bore. No act of dishonor ever the summons and passed from and took it to the house. Had a hard ble, which would seem to alita-I I
a ,, I tninoel his fair escutcheon. No word; ,, his earthly home to the Father's home time to t g"t her to loan it to me but I he had not intended to remain BRADFORD RANKER

of unkindncss toward his fellow mall above. flattered her up a bit and she got' from home for any length: of time. -

ever escaped his lips As a lawyer Mr. Varnes, or Colonel, as he was so good and fixed me up a nice box of The mule broke out of the stable and
t he was able and honest. As judge: he 'I well known, was a son of Mr. and Mrs. things for us. Here's the pan. Ain't was devouring the corn crop on the t Puritanos 7c.BRADFORD .

r '- was scrupulously fair and courteous. Henry Varnes, of Johnstown, was she u dandy? Hold half a bushel. place when noticed by some of the --

,. % He was a typical Southern gentleman.: ., horn Nov. 13, 1881, was reared in this Got 'em, cleaned ? Here goes for a neighbor They then made an investigation
v.A' He loved his wife and children as no county and while a young' man united big feed. Ain't that a dandy pan fora : of the premises, thinking Mr.
M man ever loved His son, David died I tin, marriage with :Miss Nannie Lour fish fry? Pitta might: have fallen ill and died BANKER

an awhile ago, and Judge grieved fu Proctor April 10, 1902. Five children DI.'WiU.C. Jones sure knows how to alone in the house. They forced the
him. In our last talk with him, as were born to bless this happy union, buy the kind of goods we all want. door, but found no trace of Pitts. It /Junior -'--
'S'' two friends will talk, he told us of three girls and two boys. Colonel was lie had all sizes of pans, from little was found that he had carried his gun \' ( / 5c

his grief and of his broken spirit. kind, every ready to lend a helping one that will hold two eggs all the and the boat of his wearing apparel -
Even as he lay dying yester-morn his hand to his fellow man. There is a way up' to this fish pan. And all with him. At least these articles
hr feebled voice called across the borderline vacant chair in the home and an aching kinds of granite ware. You all ought were missing from the house, and its

that divide the mortal from the void in the hearts of those who to buy your wives a stock there. It's l supposed that Pitts took them with \ .R. CIGAR
'1, immortal, "n"vld-my son" loved him, but we mourn not as those mighty fine to have. An assortmentof him when he left. \. CO.

bl % No man ever loved his country more, without hops, for we trust in Him pans, pots and kettles and such so Neighbors have written to relativesof -..
''s When we entered into the great: war who has the power of the resurrection a woman can have things handy. Have the missing man but have not yet -; SL. ..35.: [Atakers'ijt ;:'

Judge: Wills,, too old for active service and who has promised to bring again you all Been his stock '
gave unreservedly of his time life from the grave. Hesters, Ice Cream Freezers, Hog suspect foul play, but there is considerable ITSTARKE, FLORIDA
;,' and energy: for the cause of his na hear Powders and such? anxiety about the prolonged
one thy face is
always to
i" tive land. His eloquent words of appeal near Oh. Brown, let up on DeWitt C. absence' of Mr. Pitts and it is hoped

i for the cause still ring in our Tho' though us, Jones, and his hardware store-cook that he will soon be heard from. -- -- ,
art far
ears Now that voice is hushed for away; fish. We're out for fun today-not MINUTES OF - -
'1 ever. God rest his soul in peace It is a beacon, bright/ and fair, to business. COMMISSIONERS I .. .

'1, Good- -old friend cheer us on our way. Say, Brown, has DeWitt C. Jones Monday, August 2nd, the board of You Do More Work ...
It is a star to guide us got any woven fence wire ? county commissioners was called to''
1' Through this busy world of pain Yes but'stock yet order by Chairman C. A. Roberts with You are more ambitious and you get! more
Writing in the Gainesville* NewsState ; is getting low. If enjoyment out of everything when your
1 Senator H. II. McCrary says of I I A beacon bright to rest with us, you got to have some pretty soon the following members present, to-wit blood is in good condition. Impurities in
a Judge Willsi Until we meet again. better get it now or it will aU be Why J. M. Brownlee, Drew Reddish, O. V. the blood have a very depressing effect CD

JlhllteVllJa was possessed of one The body was laid to rest at,Swift gone and you may have to wait till Brooks and James Reynolds the system causing weakness ,laziness
4, of the most intellectual minds of any Creek church by loving hands to sleep the next car comes in. He's got plen. Suffer? The for application of Mrs D. L. Carlton nervousness and sickness.
O TONIC
+., man it has ever been the pleasure of beneath a lonely avalanche of flowers ty of strawberry hoes and rakes. We | state pension presented and OVE'S TASTELESS Chill
approved. restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying
the writer to know, and among lawyers to await the calling of the Master all will want some of them to makeup Mrs.' ]. A. Cox, of AJ. Salary voucher of J. O. Traxler and Enriching the Blood. When you feel
. he was regarded: an the most eminent our strawberry beds, and denon, W. Va., writes: ricultural ag Us strengthening, invigorating effect see
, jurist of all the circuit judges oft In MemoriamMy Shut up about your Hardware-tor "My daughter: . suffered board agent, presented to the how It brings color to the cheeks and bow
; Florida. He was frequently called to you will dump all the fish in the fire! She claiming $116.66( due him for I it improves the appetite. you will then
f sit in the Supreme Court, and as acircuit head and stay is taken away, There! You are spilling the grease! terribly. could the month of July. His services be appreciate its true tonic value.GROVE'S .
And I left alone rot turn in bed . the ing discontinued" after
:\\ judge his decisions were seldom am ; (To be continued) the 5th day of TASTELESS Chili TOMCIs
, .: reversed. Aside from his p.'reat My husband dear, who was so near doctors gave tier up, and July 19:10! upon motion and second not a patent medicine it is simplY!)
E,4 I I,' .T legal ability JudgeVl1Is was a most Is taken away and gone.It RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY 'we brought! her home to his bill was approved for $22.45, and IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup.
lovable character and it die. She had suffered so scrip ordered' drawn for this amount So pleasant even children like it. The
was a pleasure -
f to converse with him. The writer's grieves my heart, 'tis hard to part The following resolutions were ap- much at . time. FlayIng I.'. M. Rivera appeared before the blood needs Quinine to Purify It and IRON
,
,t first intimate acquaintance with With one'who was so kind; proved by All Friends Camp 138: heard of Cardul we board and asked that $500 be appropriated to Enrich it. These reliable tonic ;properties In

t4?' Judge Wills was in 1895 when both of Where shall 1 go to tell my woe! Whereas, It has pleased our Heavenly 0 Lot U lor her." for county fair and $500 for the blood.never fail to drive out impurities

us were members of the Florida Housi(' Or ease my troubled mind ? Father in His wisdom and mer state fair. Commissioner Brooks moved The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S
I
of Representatives. For two or three cy to call from our midst, to her! Heavenly that said request be granted and TASTELESS Chill TONIC bas made it
weeks this able man sat in his sea* In wisdom's way we spent' our days, home with Him Frances, beloved the beard make the appropriations the favorite tonic In thousands of boron.'
taking in the situation and we romem. Much comfort we did find; daughter of our esteemed Sovereign Ills motion failed to receive a second More than thirty-five years ago folk
ber one day our colleague, the late II Hut he is gone, his rare .* run, J. F. Colle). This camp deeply CARDUI and motion lost would ride long distance to get GROVES
And I am left behind. deplores that A. B. Fletcher, trustee for TASTELESS Chill TONIC when e
Judge Carlisle, remarked to us that a I so great grief has come Eppin- or
4I bill was coming up that afternoon to the family of Sovereign and Mrs. ger & Russell, filed a petition asking member of their family had Malaria
givlnt
: needed
which we believed would bring Col : Naught can I find to cane my mind Colley! in the long of this loving and the board to reduce the assessed value tonic. The a body-building formula U strengtb the same- / today

+ Wills to his feet. And sure enough: i It Of things which are below; lovable daughter; therefore The Woman's Tonic of their land. Petition refused. and u you can get just It from any ont
did, and from the completion of the For earthly toys but vex my joys Be it resolved; That our profound The board fixed the millage for the store. 60c per bottle -
first sentence of his remarks to the And aggravate!: my woe. sympathy goes out to this sadly bereaved year 1920 as follows: 'I

t close of his speech you could have Sovereign and his family; and "In to a few improve days,she Airs began -, General fund 3 mills. elr.vw's Tsatet.sa dim Te.w

heard a pin drop. He simply eloctrl'fied I'll Rut 111 repair to Jesus, where be it further Cox continues ,"and had Fine Road and bridge fund, 4 mills. mtorca vitality see eiwyy. by'i>rlfrtii! SB*"*
y q'" the whole body, so few of th.. ease my troubled breast; Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions no trouble at. . Cardul and Forfeiture fund, 1-2 mill. richto the blood. YOUWDHWO feel*a Strew*
': ''u+ members ever having' realized that' .And leave my sorrows Mil behind be spread on our minute book cured her, and we sinS Widows' pension fund, 1-2 mill. Into, Invlgofatina to,...,.. PIce _
4 there was so much' to this modest, unassuming And be forever blest; and a copy be transmitted by our Its praises everywhere. School fund, 10 mills.
man. The body was composed And in the new Jerusalem, clerk to the bereaved family and also We receive many thousands Sub- chooJ funds, 3 mills. D. a JONE3.Chairman .
Appoint his soul a place be of similar letters Sub-school bond City I principally of farmer and other sent the Telegraph for publication.D. fund, 6 mills Attmt
of
every year, telling the Total :
non-professional men, and among E. KNIGHT 36 mills. C. A. FUTCH.
Card ..f Thanks good Cardul has done lor
the lawyer members Judge Wills wa E. W. HAYES women who suffer from ('k'Tk. i'
J. W. Andrewa of iota !
Sr. fat
NOTICE -E (BV4\ t.,
the only one exercising: any: Influence We extend our thanks to the kind J. W. MORGAN, complaints so common to>> No o: *I", t? hi rvtiy viv.n to All 1 of sit II, original town-"From t"'*
to speak of. He seldom addressee friends who assisted us in the sickness Committeee. sir It should de>> I the ell, ; council of th* Town of concerned Murk. that to BltOO. '
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: sex. too.1 j .t a board of .qualIY.. ttttlnv D W. Alvarn-I-oU t *. t of nit 1 Mfl{
but when he did he commanded and burial of dear husband ft.ad. thr followmtr
the House, our So ordered by this lodge in regulars ET7J ehaniK. In th* tax roll on nl. Jonea Add-From 1600 to S904)<< ). -
the' most careful attention of and father, son and brother. Also for uk>n this July 30, ll 20. I I MMMor of Uxra. Further notice with.b) lrlvn the town that H. C. Richard and .'. U Tu...... 1"1'" I! r 1J !\:
careful I the beautiful I th* town oiuncll) will b In Caikini Add-From 1000 to I16W .,. "
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member. He floral mcion
.i p?J: every was a offerings sent by J. MORGAN., Vuinmt 16.h. ]JNZO. to h... on Monday, Mim Mare F. Shaffer-I'tot kound-d B '!
painstaking. legislator, and no memo the Woodmen Circle and O. E. S Clerk. J 1 then. IK why the raluatloM omttlxi t prtth.y L. John.. 8 1 br MadUon. St. W b'u::;; b
I shall nut ? ..nd.r" n. Chac*. N by C, K Conn In C ,1
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FRIDAY, AUGUST I, 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE FIVE tt

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returning to Starke h_ will also visit Teacher!" It is entertainingly writ Grim.'!!. C. Varnos, C. C. Cownrt, M. FOR SALE-Ford truck, practicallynew

hU mother in Buffalo, N. Y 1 ten and should.be] read by all school !Avllon, D. L. Cly ,tt, J. S. Drown, C. ; one ton; worm drive; stake

patrons and nember of the board of B. Roberts, J. B. Watts. A, L. Jackson body and cab: new tires. Consumer' -

Bits of LocalInformation J. M. Brownlee] and mother, Mrs. E. public Instruction. X. Stt'rnhPl'iIu.; : T. L. Z. Barr T. Lumber Co. ,.,
L. Brownlee, left Tuesday for a visit A. Andrew. J, \\" Given, J. W. Pudirctt. F

with relatives] in Mississippi going Last Sunday, evening eighteen members C. D. Perkins, J... A.. \VynnS.L. FOR SALE-S new flat bottom rowboats /

1 II to Jackson, Montpelier and other o fthe local B. Y. P. U. motoredto Prescott, A. !t. Fletcher It. M.Dowlinjr ; 1 round bottom rowboat; 2 i

points. Lake Butler and conducted an Interesting L. L. Leach, G. W. Carlisle] used Evinrudc Motors. Reasonable

meeting at the Baptist Thoa. Mills W A. Werts, H. Y. Saxon prices. Consumer's Lumber Co. ,

.._..... :a"1'' .wi Miss Hulda] Hammell. of Wauchula, church the exercises being followedby L. G. Rl'hardson.Ji! a Estclle. Lnnlor .
........1 *. .. C.M T Ta.r who is attending the University sum- an excellent address by L. L. King. O. T. Nelson, Jesse Thomas A. FOR SALE-Ford Roadster, with extras ,
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mer school at Gainesville, spent Sat The part were hospitably] entertained Willard, Perry Newsom. Mrs. Anna perfect condition, at a bargain

unsay and Sunday with Miss Doris in the homes of the good people of G. Murrhee, J. n. Dowlinir, O. W.Smtlgrove :Mrs:' Alice Langford, Alnchuj, Fla. s
- ----- Law. Lake Butler. C.
Mrs. W. Chalker. II. H. 723St. i-
J. S. Griner, of. Brooklyn, was In' J. W. Killian of Williamsburg, Va., !,I Brown, John Shriver, 8. W. Tillls.. W.

town Monday arrived yesterday to attend the funeral Miss Louisa Diggs visited Gainesville Dr Albert II. Freeman, having I X Lindsey, Harry B. Brown, IS. T. CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for t 3 it
of his mother-in-law; Mrs. J. last week and was accompaniedhome been honorably discharged from the Baulin, Murray\ Thomas, A. Swnnbom,
W D. Grove;of Lawtey, had bus! M. Truby. by Misses Florence McKay and Medical] Corps of the United States J. S. Starling J. W. Smith, W D, prices and ship your ties of all! t

nets in Starke Saturday : Marie\ Hensley-who] were her guests I Army and having\ recently-completed] Grove T C. liar en, II. II. Jones. grades to Cress Manufacturing Co.,

1 Mr. and Mrs D. T. Clark, of Jack- until Monday afternoon, at which time a nine months' course of special work -.0 Jacksonville, Florida. 88.20Iyr'i i

J. W. Smith, of Lake Butler, wasa sonville, spent the week-end with Mrs. they returned to Gainesville.Mr. 'and study in thu disease of the eye ARMY: SALE OP :MEATS WILL UK
visitor to Starke Saturday.. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. I car, none and throat in the New York !MARE AT EARLY DATE FOR SALE-If you want a new bugIU' ame

Wainwright and Mrs. Errol Alvarez and Post Graduate School and Hospital, runabout or berry wagon, see

Crowder peas at Kickliter's. daughter, Virginia Corinne, Mrs J. ha. opened his office and resumed The sales division of the war department H. M. Snyder' Agent for lien ,

Rufus Tatum, who has been employed A. Smith and son, Eugene Glynn] and practice in Starke. His announcement has announced that the sale] Store.Carriage Co., at Jones Hardware

P. M. Padgett, of Lake Butler had ] by the S. A. L. Railway in Mrs. M. C. Johns spent Thursday. in appears in another column. of army moat valued at $,01)0,000) 7-23-41.

business in Starke Monday. Jacksonville, has been transferred to Hampton. I. to be begun In the near future No i
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WANTED Tt
) BUY Second hand
Washington, D. C. We got a card a few days ago from details have as yet been given AS to -

Miss Cleo Mitchell of Callahan, Miss Hattie Wills; of Gainesville, Rev. J. C )Diggs, who is now locatedat when or how the provisions are to b. and typewriter in ; must be standard make

spent Monday here with friends. Mrs. L. G.Powell is in Tillman, S. and Mrs. E. H. Harris and little son, Starke, Fla P.ev. Diggs i a numberof disposed of by the dopiiitment. F. II., care good this condition.oflice. Address It* J. l

C., visiting her parents, and before Billy, of Jacksonville, have been recent years ago, was on the Mete and This move in expected to materially

Hattie Rae Weeks, of LaCrosse, baa returning home will go to Hartford, guests at the home of Dr. and Sprague circuit, and bad as many ] reduce the cost of 1iviJThe meatto 1-----
been visiting Louise Stewart. Conn., to visit her sister. Mrs\ J. C. Wills. friends as any minister that ever bo sold is from the best cattle and FOR SALE-fi head stork (cattle all
preached in this vicinity. He likes his hogs of this country and South Amer young; 17 head of hogs; !II head

Mrs. Elizabeth Men's White Trailers at Stern- work there and he and his family are lea young goats; 35 head chickens; 1
Millinery at cost at Sternberg'sMr. King, who has been
visiting her brother, C. A. Mixon, berg's./ In good health. He is one of our very It in put up In the most modern Porcelain] inlaid plate tile refrigerator ,
left best friends Is a good preacher and packages and was selected by the bent 200 Ib. ice capacity, In good .
and Mrs J. M. Tatum were Friday for her home In Bowling
visitors to Jacksonville Friday. Green J. M. Dubose is a fine woo1 worker, one ef the most sociable] gentlemen meat experts in the country. Several shape. The biggest bargain everI'ffeivd "

as can be seen from the boat paddlesof we ever met.-Rich Hill (Mo.) Daily months ago the war department sold to the public, Sec Aubrey
his Review. several. million dollars worth of provisions Moore, or' write I1. O. Box 881,
make for sale in the Consum-
Levi! Dyal of Jacksonville, visited H. E. Galphin, of Olustee] representing er's Lumber, at public sale] Thin time only Starke, Fla. It.WANTEIMan 1
his sfBter; Mrs. O. J. Griffin, Friday. the Eppinger-Russell Co., had Company's store. They moats will be the foodstuff( disposed ,- -
business with the commissioners are handsomely] shaped, made of !Mrs George! M. Inmun and four
county : with
of. Complete detail. concerningthe team or auto
W. W. Baisden, Jr., of Jacksonville Monday. straight-grained cypress and weigh children motored from Petersburg, who \bond sell
coming: sale will bo given the public can give to 1:17: Watkins -
only 1 3-4 Va. to 8tarkt' the
pounds. making: long trip
spent Monday with relatives here.J. in a magazine and newspaper. advertising home and farm products. Big. :.
In four and half Inman
Mr.
Cotton seed meal] at Kickliter's. a days. gout concern of kind in the world.
campaign which Is to beginat
The Florida] Amusement Companyhas and] family are occupying the Scott I
T. Quigley was in Jacksonville once 'I Mil to fMino yearly] /1I'ome. Tor. '
Tuesday on business Mrs. It. O. Daniel and little son, been holding forth in Starke a cottage at Kingsley\ lake, where they 11 lory in this county open. Write
part of last and this week. We will remain for few weeks beforepermanently
can
a
\f f Russell, have gone to Long Island, N. RUPTURE! EXPERT HERE today to J. R. Watkins Co., DcpU
A. Z. Adkins made a business tripto Y., to visit Mr. Daniel's sister, Mrs. cheerfully recommend it as a clean] ]located in Starke. In 110./ Winona Minn. 8t3t
good moral show. Col. 1i. Stroud the from ]Mrs.'
F.
F. L. making trip Virginia
Tallahassee last Tuesday evening.F. Bishop. .
Seeley, Famous In This Vicinity, Called
the manager: all his bills Inman had rather an exciting
pays
exper- lake FOR SALE::-Bay mare, 4 J -2 years
promptly and it is to deal lenC'e. About six miles of Leesville to City
pleasure out
a old 1 recently broke clean] fast
H. Long and family have returned Good Overalls at Slernbcrg'H.R. -. ; trotter -
with bim.Monday. S. C., a man stepped into the
home after spending six weeks at \ A previous trip having boon unavoidably fine style; also single] foots under -
middle! of the road and waved her to
Kingsley] lake. O. Daniel, of Jacksonville, has |>I"'V\t.I!, 1,'. II. Set-ley, of saddle. Not a blemish on her
been in Starke during the week, under was a lively day in Staike. top the car Thinking there was an Chicago and Philadelphia\ the lint 4'' shows speed. A rare chance to buy

Geo. W. Baisden, of Jacksonville, a physician's care for an eruption The boards were sitting and the commissioners Impassable place in tho road Mrs. In Truss Expert, will personally. bo at tine hursc at iTiiitonitole price. Randall -

visited relatives here the latter partof on the face. heard complaints from man brought her car to a standstillas the Blanche Hotel, Lake City, and I Farm, East: Lnwtey. Ask for
those who thought their assessments she reached( the spot where the man 1) S. Melvin .
last week. : will remain In Luke] City Friday, AUK.18th. . It.PEOPLE'S
should not have been raised. But the wan standing.. No sooner had the ("arstoppl'll
Among the Brooker citizens having only, !Mr. Seeley] nays.! "The
Roger Wells of Jacksonville was business in Starke Monday were, J. greatest drawing card was the nule] of than the man mounted the Spermatic Shield will not only retain

shaking hands with his many Starke E. demons R. A. Weeks, I. W. Pin- land for unpaid taxes. Col.] A. S. Mrs.running Inman board and her and children demanded dismount that any case of rupture perfectly] but GROCERY

friends the first of the week holster, A, E. Surrency. Crews was the auctioneer contracts the opening: in 10 days on
and turn the car over to him. Mrs. In.
he average raite. Being: a vast advancement COMPANYWe
made no protest against surrendering -
man
Murray Thomas, of Lake Butler, Auto tops, cushions and seat covers Heonan Williams has bought: over all former method
paid our office a pleasant visit Saturday made to order at M. Leviton's through Jones Hardware Store, a new her car to the highwaymen, but exemplifying instantaneous effects., -
she be drive
asked that allowed to
Starke, Fla. 7-23-tf syrup making outfit including a 3- upa immediately appreciable] and with- have fresh groceries at tho following -
few feet where she and the children
roller mill. This mill is the
largest standing any strain or position.. This prices this week If you see
could have solid, to dismount
ground
Miss Ethel Griffin returned home Mrs. J. C. Robinson and children made weighing nearly ROD pounds.Mr. This instrument. received the only awardin 1 where you can save anything, would
arrangement was consented -
Thursday, from Tampa, wher she hada returned yesterday from a month' Williams will use horse power upon.to and Mrs. Inman started the 10hZ'l'ar England] and in Spain ,producing appreciate your train

delightful visit with relatives. visit with her parents and other relatives enough to express nearly all the juice with a ]lunh that unbalanced the results] without surgery/ injections, Sweet Clover;] S. It. Flour, 24 $2.15
at Jasper. contained in the cane medical treatment or prescriptions.Mr. Cold; Medal Plain Flour, 24 ]Ib $2.05
man and he fell off of the running
Miss Helia Moore, of Jacksonville, .hoard, while she sped down the road. See]ley has documents from the Meal Cream and W. G., fresh, Ib Ce

was a week-end guest of Miss Doris Mrs. Mary Weeks, of Jacksonville, Mrs J. A. Smith and little son returned The tnnn did not draw a pistol, but United States Government, Washington Grit, Iludniits fresh, ll> /fle

Scott. was in Staike the first of the week to home Monday after having had one in his pocklt.1'fI, Inman I). C., for inspection. All charity I Bacon good streaks. Ib .25

look after her interests here. During spent two weeks' at the home of Mr. had a revolver near at hand and Intended cases without charge, or if any Inter Lard, Snow Cloud, IbCUilTee .25

SEEDS-New fall catalogue ready. her stay she wa'a guest of.Mrs. C. P. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez. Mrs. Smith to use it if her little stroke of 'ested call, he will be glad to show : good green, Ib .24

Write for copy today. Kilgore Seed Ciison.Miss. will be remembered here as Miss Alva strategy failed to get her out of what same without charge orIt/ them if Coffee' Maxwell House, can ..KO.flfl

Co., Plant City, Fla. 8-6-51-9-3 Austin, having spent her girlhood] looked to be a bad situation Mrs. In- desired. Business demands prevent Trip., Fancy Canned can .
Carrie Belle Weeks, of LaCrosse days in Starke. man said there were two of the men, stopping at any other place in this Apples, Evaporated: fresh, Ib .25

Mrs. W. E. Middleton went to Jack- arrived here Tuesday from but that only ono of them came up to section. Syrup, \pint size, can .?0
sonville Monday to visit relatives] and Tallahassee and made a short visit Miss Clara Keck, of Jacksonville, her car. They appeared to be drink. P. R.-Enr: statement' in this no- Jellies, Lippincott"s, glass;] .20
returned home Wednesday.A. with her cousin, Mrs C. W. Liddon. Is nursing Mrs O. G. Cooper who has. ing. lice has been perilled before the Federal Salmon\ per can .24
typhoid fever. Miss Keck is an excellent and :Stale; ('tlurt.-I". II, :Seeley.; Milk t'rl'amll'r ran .01)

O. Andreu has sold] his interestIn Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and little daugh- \ trained nurse who has had, a Tr.Li:<;ItAt'U'Jlmwit::; ROLL -Adv. Tomatoes" 8 cans for 40cM.OO

the City Barber Shop to Perry Kite, ters, Hazel! and Lois, went to Gaines- number of years of experience in her Crisco, 0 Ib cans :

Jr. ville Tuesday afternoon to visit Mrs. profession. Names of Hume Who !Paid Siilmcriptlon :; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Corn No. 1, Good, per sk $4.38

Adkins' mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards During July' -- --- Outs, White, sound, sk $4.40

Straws }-I off at'' Sternberg's. Monday afternoon the local] W. C. FOR SALE-7 room house, two ]lots, Our motto We. want you to live as ;

Messrs. J. W. Townsend, Joe Hill Williums T. U. held an interesting meeting at Mrs. G. C, Mills Mrs. S, J. Kelly with water on South street by H.L. well as ourselves] Call around to see
F." M. Rivers, Goo. W. Alder- the Methodist church. The matter of Brownlee.] GOO cash. Mrs. E.
$ us.
Clifford hutch, of Raiford, has been E.: R. Poppell, J. W. Morgan N T.
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. man and S. M.! Carver were among the medal contents for high school] pupils]. Bitch, John Lnngford O. W. Maincs W. Stewart, Staikc. 7802t.) pr.nri.i7s?:( ; ruociRY; : ('''., IPOT:
Lake was brought before the union and the
Butler citizens Staike
visiting ,
W. J. Epperson. S. F. Morgan P. H.: Canova, J. E. .
subject of law enforcement in our
Monday
Harper N. D. Wainwright, J. C. Du-
town was diHcunsed.Mr. .
Arch Deacon Holt will hold services hose, Ii. S. Edwards, Mrs C. S. !\I'orl.11&"k ('-
Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter,
at St. Mark's church Sunday, Au- ( A. O. Strickland] W. II.
Miss Mabel of Gainesville, returned and Mrs. C. A. :Mixon had ax.
8th at 11 and 8 m. Harvard Ed. lIurns..IIrs.! Pinkie
gust a. m. p. ,
home Friday after spending several] recent visitors at their home, Mr. and ,
The
weeks at Kingsley lake with Mrs. A. Mrs. Romeo Bielling and Jesse IIi..]- Right Bank
New garden seed at Kickliter's.Mr. .
Z. Adkini. ling, of Providence; Brady Brown and ALHKKT II. FREEMAN: M. I).
daughter, Miss Jeannette, of Fort
and Mrs. J. D. Stansell, accompanied Miss! Doris Scott, who is attendingthe Call; V. J. Valentino] and grandsons, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON

by Mrs. Susan Bielling, motored summer school] at the University Ed and Cameron Fralick, of Provi WALNUT STREET; NEAR CALL
to Providence Sunday.
of Florida] spent Saturday and Sun- dente
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.F. STAItKE FLORIDA Every man should have a banking connectionno

Don Mozo, of Jacksonville, is visiting A. Scott. Quigley Broom Company shipped mailer what his business, the amount of T"
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his A. H. Freeman at
aunt, Mrs. 200 dozen brooms Saturday to differ-
Kingsley lake. ent parts of the state. This big shipnient his income or the wealth he may ponces. t
\V. L. Douglass Shoes are good : IN YE OLDEN TIME
Shoes. Get them at Sternberg's. shows how fast this business Is o y1
Mrs. L. C. Prescott has returned growing. Good management, honest Hoop At the Bank of Starke welcome i1
are always
home you
from visit her daughter,
a to Mrs. Frank H. Lane, of Live Oak, goods!: and Lloyd King's hustling< workas skirts; were
Mrs. Neal Hainlin, near Miami. who has been visiting her mother-in- traveling representative. creates I,. worn by and will find the kind of Lank service ::1

The ditches along our unpaved 1 law, Mrs H. C. Richard, left Fridayfor more and more demand for Quigley I 1 those who you need to conserve your cash capital to
1 Gainesville to visit her parents, brooms.N. first aaked jf
'
streets are receiving a much needed I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Richardson the druggist handle, your income and outgo in a satisfactory ,i I !

cleaning out.Gingham D. Wainwright, Jr., who is a 1' II I
v for and insisted manner, to forward business plans.
,
carry
R. A. Green writes from New Haven member of the U. S. Navy and for C your II

25c at Stump.; Percales] Conn., that he is highly pleased some time past stationed in San on ,

25c at Stump', checked homespun, with Yale' University, but feels lone- Francisco, has been transferred to t 't having:, tho If you will study this in'litution--.its policies, ''I M Maims
25c: at Stump' Grant 111. where he will be 3)) k genuine: i
some without the Telegraph His address Camp i'' I 1 I,
and know
will
OoldenModical I assets
is 82 Wall street. given: a special course in librarian managf'menl--.you i
Mrs. R. B. Neal, who has been'vls-' work in the department of Educationand why a constantly increasing number of r>eo- .' "
,
Jtlng her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Recreation. This has Discovery
Mrs. A. V. Long and son, Augustus young man I
Wills, left last week for Norfolk Va. and little daughter, Annie, of always been fond of reading, and his put up by rile in all walks of life are recognizing the .

Palatka motored here Tuesday to at. work as librarian has proved to he Dr. Pierce over fifty years strength and safety of this Bank by opening I
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns motoredto tend the funeral of the late Judge a very congenial occupation. Hgo. Dress JIBS changed very
St. Augustine to attend the Good a and maintaining their account here.
James T. Wills. much since tlient! But Dr. Pierce s I
Roads Meet.R. Let your next pair of "shoes be medicine coutuin tho flame do.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerre Wills of St. Kalston'H. Jet them at Strrn- ficndable ingredients.; They are
F. Ensey, of Jacksonville, was of Waldo and berg'H.
Petersburg, Jim Wills, standard today just M they were I.
in fu-
the
Starke attend
Tuesday to here
Walter] Wills, of Tampa, were
neral of the late Judge Wills Tuesday to attend the funeral of The August. number of. the Ladies fifty years ago.;

Mrs. E, R. Poppell and children Jurge J. T. Wills article Home Journal entitled] ,contains"Lo, the an Poor impressive School DiHoovcry Dr. I'icrce'a for the Golden stomach Medical and Bank of Starke

with blood cannot bo surpassed by
pent last week in Lake Butler Gingham 25c at Stump any

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Tomlin- Percales,, 25c at Stump'I. NOTICE TO TilE PUBLIC remedy to<..1ar. The Right Bank

lon Checked Homespun, 25c at Stump's Dr.) Pierce II Favorite Prescription .
for weak has E. S. MATTHEWS Pres. GEO.
women never C. WHITE Cashier
To all who it Gentle
Mrs. Eva Fernandez and daughters, may concern: Iwen equalled for the digressing! I
L L. King left Monday for northern The fence round the tk.I.i
Isabel the week-end men. cemeteryat
and Alice .i
spent
markets where he will sell brooms complaints incident to woman- .
in Jacksonville with Miss Sophia Mt Zion or Swift Creek church
for the Quigley] Broom Co. Before 1 Lood. What others say: ,
Keinoehl. needs repairing and there will be a COLUMBUS. C4.--J-'or a quarterof ,

Work Shoes $2.50. at SternbUr'R. $100 Reward. $100 1 cemetery working there on the 18th : a century 1 have considered Ur. 1I 1\\

/ Catarrh l.constitutional a local disuse sr..tly' 'Infha'I''I day of August and all who are willing Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery I GENERAL INSURANCE q J Ji
enc.d
by tre tmI. to help pay for the fencing and material one of my favorite remedies. WhenI
Mr. Wills, of Albany tmnepetorHALLuBtCATA1tHHtl MaDIC1NStood I.. was teaching school I spent eight
and Mrs. John Q.
the please that day
come on prepared i HAROLD I
C.
; WALL ,
Ga., came Monday to attend the on thS MUCOUS Buriacts of tliaLm B7-1; : to put in your mite for that pur- years in a malarial, swampy action,
M6UICINICdat.roY.
.f'..'.nnral.. of his father, Judge James T. HALL'S. the foundation CATARRH of the dl...*.. pose and will appreciate any amount and to keep rny system in a condition -
.... .tr.nlth.. b)'. unprovl'InCatarrhCotna large or small hand it to either one to ward off the malaria I usedto I STARKE FLORIDA
annasl 11..ltl1 an" .1.' n..ur.
lhe take the 'Golden Medical Discov
of the committee the
The Oulaio. That Does ,Not, Affect The need eta worn '101100LLS"r! anyCATAfica..Of RIiMBDICIND appointed by This tonic !in splendid FIRE LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE :
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that church to look after the work which ery. kept me ,
frwiww of Its *..,<. LA**' I
tnnlr' and l laz.dve tatU to cure.Urut. "
BROMO QUININE ',,M) can Iw .keo .b taus Tealmnnlala Ma. compose of WS. Brsnnen, Lee Bran- health. -MiUJ. O. IlENDEUSON/ 1 l/
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fl Doe it Pay To Run Into Debt And Make Other Sacrifices Get Goodyear ValueIn

To "Keep Up Appearances?"


r "Respectability is all very well for i and defraud that "the world" may

I tl r folk who can have it for ready money not see behind our mask! We must Tires' for Small Cars
; but to be obliged to run irto debt torment and enslave ourselves, because
for it-it'i enough: to break the heart j I w. must extort "the world's"
!( of an angel. Of what a hideout progeny applause," or at least obtain "the
,), !is debt the father! What lien, world's good opinion.

; what meanness, what invasion on How often Is suicide traceable to
f self-respect what cares, what double this false sentiment! Vain men and
dealings: How in due season it will women will give up their lives rather Don't be misled by cheaply
very
, carve the frank, open face into wrinkle than their class notion of respecta

\ ; ; '. t honest*; how heart.-Douglals like a knife it will Jerrold.stab the. bility.istence They rather will than cut the cut bread fashionable of ex. priced tires, for tire.economy is not a

There is a burning: desire to be rich, life. Very few suicides are committed matter of what tires cost originally but
I or seem to be rich. To keep up appearance I from real want. "We never hear," ,h,

f i or to be fashionable many said Joel Barlow, "of a man committing o e of what tire service costs in the end.
their
live They
' people beyond means suicide for want of a loaf of
{ live according to the pernicious adage, bread but it i I., often done for wantof \h b
l I', 1 "One must do at other do," so a* to a coach.
True and
r i\ be considered "respectable. They regard "This miserable spirit of class and Goodyear mileage economy

I, I Ii(' tI to: be dress the test and their of rank manner and relpertai of living- caste" say Samuel Smiles, "is :cost i are built into Goodyear Tires, of the
noticeable
in the towns and cities
:i "" at bility.the expense They must of the entertain store keeper.friends where each has his or her own exclusive -, \ 30 x 3"-, 30 x 3Ms- and 31 x 4-inch sizes,


W, I h', t: ay They?"dress So with. long and"what a eat* they will and the conform live neighbors in with conformity ing, they circle rank are, which are at precluded the all same of supposed from time struggling enter inferior - I \\\\ \ I devoted in the world's largest tire factory

: to pass over the line of social to .these'sizes.
r 'I this they are "respectable, according demarkation ; ,;;
which has been drawn
.' \ to class. notions Thus many rushopeneyed by
those above them. They are eager to
j upon misery and disaster over-leap it, and thus gain admission If Ford Chevrolet Dort .
I J c for no better excuse than a foolish into a circle still more exclusive than you own a t'
fear of "the world." They are afraid
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; I of what other will say of them; and, their own. Maxwell or other car taking one of .
j. "My other of advice
1 t in nine cases out of ten, those who piece Copper- '
o ill'
'1 1'4! > *4, might probably raise the voice of censure field nual,"income aaid Micawber, "you know. An- these sizes, you can equip it with Good.. ,

i,I 1 are not the wise or the farseeing twenty pounds, annual
h but much oftener the foolish, the expenditure nineteen six, result hap- year Tires .at your nearest Service r.
piness. Annual income It .
twenty pounds,
vain and the short-sighted. l
I'JI 'i i'l annual expenditure twenty pounds I Station. .
Sir William Temple has said that :
"r p t "a restlessness in men' mind to be naught and six, result misery. The :
G f.i something they are not, and to have blossom is blighted: the leaf i i. withered Go there for the exceptional value in i
the of
1\\ god day goes down upon
I something: that they have not, 1 i. the
:.1' fi i root of all immorality." The correctness the floored dreary scene, and" in short you are these tires made Goodyear's
A* I am.
t J of this assertion has been attested .
fi p I'i, :, by universal experience. Cicero said, "Not to have a mania resources experience and demon...
of for buying, is to a revenue." ,
.J : Keeping up appearances is one posses
+,.j the greatest social evils of the age Some folks are carried away by the strated; expertness in tire manufacture. ;

} I Suddenly and easly acquired money in habit of bargain buying! Here i i.
I, ?k 1 these days of confusion has put silk something wonderfully cheap; let us ...
,I t\.j\ :I shirt on back and silk sock on feet buy it." "Have you any use for it?" '0 .
l' 'I; unused to wearing them. Doe that "No not at present; but it is sure to I
make for greater respectability? Doe come' in useful some time." Fashion .
q { the possession of a "flivver" give a runs in the habit of buying. Some ;
J man a better standing in his communIty buy old china-.as much as will fur. ii '-- :- E'

:r. or a higher rating' at the bank? nish a china shop. Others buy old pictures ____.___
2 r ,There I 1. a general: effort among all old furniture, old books, even :: ..
classes at seeming to be something old automobiles-all great bargains. L

4i that they are not. They put on appearances There would be little harm in buying SO>)V& Goodyear Double-Cure .
$ SO Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube cost than the .
no more price
too often live a life of sham I, these old things, if they were not so 'foA. Fabric All-Wc.ther Tread_ 2 '
and endeavor to look like something 'often bought at the expense of the " you are asked to pay for tube of less merit-why risk costly

w superior to what they really are, buyer' credit S0 3fc Goodyear Sinde ure casings when such sure protection is available $A 50
I X2150
1 i "Many an honest man," said Bovee, "Let men laugh," said Theodore fabric AattSkldTce, .J 30::3Vi size ill wtttrfroof. T-

( ( "practices upon himself an amount of Parker "when you sacrifice desire to .e' J',c: at; v Jr,,, '. .
7 deceit sufficient, if practiced upon an. duty, if you will. You have time and
other, and in a different way, to send eternity to rejoice in. I see nothing
4 ; him to prison." worth living for but the divine virtue t s
Jt Is not too much to say that five. which endures and surrenders all
sixth of the fraud and swindling that things for truth, duty and mankind. :
f I disgrace commercial transactions have Be content with doing calmly the lit.
had their origin in the diseasud morality !- lie which depends upon yourself, and
of "keeping appearances." let all else be to you as if it were not. ,
"{ To be "respectable" in the false When you do to others as you wouldbe .
sense of the word, what is not sacrificed done by. the world can be made as
? Peace, honesty, truth, virtue nearly safe and sane as Is possible I Il
,,9 -all to keep up appearances. We among infinite beings."-Moses Fol-
i, must cheat and skimp, and deceive, som in Jacksonville Times-Union.
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j Solomon Carter left Thursday to J. E .demons and son, Alvin were : B. Wilkinson, for a few days. I Hazel Futch accompanied her back i
.: WANTS TO "SAVE' BOYS TUOM Hugh Butler, Cronby, Bruce Warren- visit friends in nthe Graham section. business visitors to Brooker Saturday. Misses Ethel Ricks and Elizabeth and will spend two weeks.

a IILLilltLSl:\ Purvis Lewis Mrs W. R. Hodges and childrenwere :Misses Iris Godwin, Inez Abernathy Wimberly left Tuesday morning for a Mrs. William Bradduck, of Lake
. ' Miss. Evle Fowler of New River, visiting in the Pine hill section Rosa Surrency and Alvin demons several l weeks' visit with friends in City, was a guest at the home of !Mr.
One of the most potent factors for attended church at Dedan Sunday.J Sunday. motored to the sink hole Sunday Aurora, N. C. and Mis. T. J. Terry.
ill in the future race lies in the silly : W. Lewis 'nnd J. O. Dennisonwere
afternoon. J. E. Bohannan and family moved Mike Futch returned here last week
Chester Andreu of New River
,
1; Victor C, Vaughnof was
business .
girls) declared Dean I visitors to Brooker Sat
of Michigan medical in our section Wednesday.Mr W. F. Cone of Willeford" spent the here recently from Lawtey and he is from the North where he has been in
+ the University urday. engaged in the tie business. We the employ of Armour RefrigeratorCar
school and Mrs. J. H. Brown spent week-end with homefolks. are
school in a lecture to summer I). D. Thomas wa the week-end in glad to welcome them as neighbors.: Co.Riley.
the
students recently. Friday morning Clayno section Mr. and Mrs A. B. Surrency left .
guest of his sister Mrs. Luke Draw- I + -- ---
of visited
Kersey Jacksonville
"A society ought to be formed lor Saturday morning for a short visit
the protection of our boys from silly dy.Charley Kelly killed a large wildcat I Mrs Mary B. Thomas spent Thurs with the latter's uncle, John Kelly, of LA WTEY relative near Lawtey Saturdayand

girls. The silly girl is the girl of Thursday morning./: This cat had been day with Mrs. Goodge. Melrose. Sunday.
sweet sixteen. She never gets beyond eating tho chickens of the neighbor Mrs Rachel Prevatt and son, Wil J .E. Clemons was the guest of P. Lawtey, Aug. 6.-:Mrs. R. R. Thede Little Aileen, 9-year-old daughter
that age. She is the clinging vine hood for some time. lie, of Graham, spent Wednesday in M. Barefoot of Brooker, Sunday af- and children spent the week-end visiting of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sapp, had the
I .3 type, and will cling to uny man Mrs. Zonia Baifey and daughter, our burg with Mrs Viola Thomas temoon. Mrs. II. J. Thede on Riverside misfortune to fall off the porch rail.
' L. J, A social given at the home ofF Ave., Jacksonville. ing lust week of her
around. Miss! Ruby, left for their home in Mrs. A. 'Greene and Mrs. D. : was Mr Thede spent breaking one
Dean Vaughn spoke on heredity and riant City Sunday after several 0, Green, of Pine Hill( spent! Friday I L. Colson Saturday night. Those Sunday at the same home. arms. Dr. Brown was called and set
19 environment weeks visit with her mother Mrs.F. afternoon in our section.A. present were, Misses Willie Mae Oliver Mrs. E. C. Spencer and daughter, the broken member.
If the above is true things are much S. Fowler.Mr. L. Green spent' Tuesday attending Iris Godwin; Clara Cone, Havana Kathleen, of Ocala, spent several days henry Burney retuined from Jacksonville .
{ t: worse than we thought If it docs and Mrs L. D Polk and children to business in Starke. Cone, Mana Andrews, Minnie and lust week and this at the home of Mr. last week and hag reopenedthe
not wake up mothers, nothing on who have been living in the Will Andrew and G. 11. Fowler, of Pearl Greene, Messrs. Chester Andreu and Mrs. J. J. McLeod. barber shop at the old stand
I earth can. We have come to the point I southern part of the state, have moved New River, passed through here Friday and Eustis Kelly, of New River, W. Miss Myrtie Sapp visited friend in Alonzo Griflis is spending a few
? we must save the human race or let it back here. morning cnroute to Brooker. F. and Charlie Cone, Dave Greene. Jacksonville several days last week, weeks with relatives in St. I'etersburg

y perish morally, We say If liberty Ray Roberts, of Graham passed Lee Gainey, of Brooker, was here Ralph and Vancoe flaxen returning home Saturday night, accompanied Mrs R. W. Moseley, of Wliliston, u
4 leads to license then there should b i'' no liberty between the sexes. The accompanied by his parents Mr. and Claude Renfroe was in Brooker on guest of Alvin Clemons Sunday morn I Mrs. W. A. Colley\ and little daughter : Mr. and Mrs. J. W.,Byrd.
,
{ average girl sees no harm in permitting Mrs C. It. Roberts. business Monday. ing.Mrs. Lois, of Starke, visited relativesin Dan Starling, of Jacksonville, spent
) men to put their hands on thorn, Mrs Elizabeth Howe and children, Mr. and Mrs W. "'. Brown were Alice Oliver and daughter, Lawtey last week i Sunday with relatives near Lawtey.

5 t and they use bathing suits which Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard Harveyand shopping in Brooker Friday Mayme, were guests of the former's | Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Clayton, of Louis Hubbard, of Palmetto i is
f would have disgraced any women in Ellen Howard passed through our Among those attending: church at brother, 1. W. Pinholster, of Brooker, : Macclenny, were guests of Mr. and spending a few weeks at the home of
the old days. But we do not blame the burg Wednesday enroute to Lake Butler Dedan Sunday were, Mr and Mrs. Sunday. Mrs.! J. W. Barber Sunday. :Mr. Clay Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hill.D. .
girls for all the wrong done. We lay to attend the burial of her brother, H. Brown Mr. and Mrs W. R. 110 J'I Ralph and Vasco Hazen were the t ton returned to Macclenny Sunday af- Davis returned from Miami last
the boy who encroaches upon a girl: C, L. Varnes, who was buried in Mt. eg, Mrs. Viola Thomas and guests of T. C. Hazen, of Brooker I I ternoonn, Mrs. Clayton spending a week but returned again the first of
unduly should he put behind the prison Zion cemetery Wednesday" Mrs. Mary Thomas and daughter, Alva. Sunday.A. j few days longer. the week
bars If young people were cultured Mr. and Mrs. J Shaw E. Surrency, J. E. demons and I
B. spent the I Misses Carrie and Cora Belle Over- Cecil! and Eunice Whitehead visited
and would read they could And week-end near LaCrosse the guest of Willie Fowler, of Bridgend, spent son, Alvin, were visitors to Starke I street went to Plant City last week to relatives in Jacksonville lust week

R, pleasure! in associating with women their daughter, Mrs. W. H, Shaw the week-end with his parents, Mr. Monday nnsist their father, W. L. Overstreet L. D. Dorman of Jacksonville, spent
; other than natural propensities. The Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dennison and and Mrs. G. 11. Fowler in his store which he recently opened Sunday with relatives near Lawtey
tense of honor is blunted. If the average children of Mrs Phenia Parrish and son, Tom- NIfItLA'Uhighland
Midway, were week-end there Mr. Overstreet will move his Deputy Sheriff W. W, Baisden of
limn should! meet chivalry in the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs mie, are spending; a while here with family as soon as he closes out his Staike; spent Saturday here to get *
/ i, road they would run as from a plague and J. W. Lewis. her sister, Mrs '}V. R. lodges Aug. 6.-G. W. Parker business in Lawtey, which will be negro arrested by Deputy V. R Reddish -
) We say when we cease to respect Mr. and Mrs R. B. Thomas spent Mrs. Mary B. Thomas and daughter left Wednesday for Ocala, where he about two weeks. as a auspicious character" On
honor women the world will Lauderdale be no Saturday and Sunday in Gainesville, Alva were shopping in Brooker has accepted a position with the Ocala I Mrs! Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville being searched a large revolver was
longer fit to live in. Ft.
Sentinel guests: of their mother, Mrs Howard.R. Saturday. Iron Works i is spending a few days with relative I found.

r3_ -----+ P. Lewis was a business visitorto Chester Andieu, of New River, wan J. R. L. Kelly, of Dade City, spent in and near Lawtey. The annual Methodist Sunday school
7.1 IF' Brooker Saturday.S. in our section Saturday. Wednesday and Thursday at the home :Miss Florrie Terry, of White i picnic lake last
f M. Kelly left Monday for Rat- W. W. Brown was a business visitor of II. C. Wimberly. Mr. Kelly has Springs, spent the week end here with was held at Kingslcy out .
+ welt
r Thursday crowd
Quite
Ziff, Aug. (6.-St'rvicca were held at ford, where he will visit relatives to Starke Monday. Just returned from a vacation in New her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ter II an denjoyed pleasant a day.
a Mrs. Ida Howard and daughters: Lonnie Parker, of the ZiT( section, York City.Gf'orpe'V.. ry. a
Dedan and Elder Sun
h Saturday Sunday by
J. J. Maxville
Byrd, of spent
Lue and Marge, of Gainesville, were was here Sunday. Parker, who has been in Miss Louise, I
J. W Wood the guests of her sister Mrs Leon . _._,__ Blanchard spent last day near Lawtey with his parents .
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1-LM Jacksonville for several months
Miss Lomie Thomas was the weekend returned week with relatives in Jacksonville. Geo. Bishop and Drew McVeigh returned
Lewis, last week.J. .
'r guest of her cousin, Keulah Lewis. PINE HILL home Friday. Prof. L. L. Blanchard of Gainesville I to Baldwin Sunday, after ''ft.
C. Dennison of
Midway, the
was
Master Roy Lord, of Jacksonville
l Mrs. Edna Stokes, of Gainesville, wan visitor to Lawtey
Saturday. spending two weeks in LawteyI
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week-end guest of Purvis Lewis Pine Hill f : :)
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spent the past two weeks with her Aug. 6.-Mrs. J. L. Sur- spent Sunday here with friends. Jesse Reddish was transacting bus
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Woods of Gra- rejicy and children, of Plant City, Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Miss M. iness in Starke Friday I Ho* l
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Tells
ham, were guests of his father, J. W. spent fort of the week as guests of Ethel Ricks were visitors to Jackson Mrs Enoch Vaughan Farmer H'i.1
The guests! at the home of R. p. Griffis and '
daughter : Lost All His Prize Seed Corn '
Woods during the weekend.WATERMILL A. B. Surrency. ville {:
Saturday
Pearl
Lewis Sunday were Misses Llnnie visited relatives and friends in "Some time for "JII' w
sent
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ago
Miss Clara Cone, of Brooker, was a Miss Maggie Crews returned Sat. Jacksonville '
Parker, Lomie) Rhoda and Alva Thomas recently. Run! r
: guest of> Miss Willie Mae Oliver during urday after a week's visit with relatives I pedigreed seed corn. Put in a
} Altha and Opal Lewis Messrs.! Mr. and Mrs Charlie dad
r the week-end. In Jacksonville. Shepard, of sack and hung It on a rope suspr :
Milliard
"(if) has more imitations than any Watermill, Aug. 6.-:Miss Bertie Misses Bera and Rosa Surrencywere Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby and children Sunday. visited relative in Lawtey from roof. Rats got it all-how b'Su,' ed
other Chill and Fever Tonic on the Thomas was shopping in Brooker last shopping Brooker Saturday of Starke, spent Sunday at the Mrs Ury Gunter and little me, but they did because I got\ B.

a i market, but no one wants imitations. Thursday. afternoon. They were accompaniedhome home of her father, J. T. Marr.A. ter returned to her home daugh. whoppers in the morning after i .
They are dangerous things in the medicine Carrie Lee lA'wlsVA' on the sick by H. C. Surrency and grand J. Wilkinson, of Glen St. Mary, ville last week after in Jackson RAT SNAP." Three sizes, 25c. t'I"
) line.-Adv. ist last week. daughter, loci Abernathy is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. weeks with her, spending. : a few Sold and guaranteed by Mit
parents Beulah and Drug Store and D. C. Jones. I'I
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FRIDAY AUGUST 6. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE I 1

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I "
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'rLive[ ,State News7]2 I of Meridian Katherine Irish ,Freedom under Hughes the, an was direction emissary organized of of Miss the at That office boy ,.


>..*arw auajfc** -----m-------- -*-fflrji,a aM, ---_ittrr"* Italian Pope in America. Miss Hughes _
I is a very active and intelligent mem.
Told by Our Exchanges. I
I, bet of the Pope's great army that it i

now operating the United States was picker I.
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Its object is the promotion of a rebellion '.i
Nearly 200,000 pounds of Honduran J. C. Lanier, probation officer of Du- I against the government of Great

sugar hag been brought.to Tampa in val county, hat just returned from a ', Britain and a war between the United a I 1

the past ninety days. trip to the Florida Industrial School ', States and Great Britain. EI IT WAS ny busy djr. IN JUST throe word 1

for Boy at Marianna, and reports On January 17, 1920, Eamonn de . .
Nine new dipping vats were constructed splendid progress' of the school. Mr. 'I 1 Valera president of the so-called'hr. AND I told the boT BUT THE boy came fcacK. '
in Florida during June, mak- Lanier . .
stated that since Dr. McClaneand ish Republic," opened a campaign in / t e I
ing a total of 1,618 vats in the state. M. A. Garrard had been placed in New York City to float a ten million ..I I COULD. not. see. AND SAID. the. man. 1

charge the school has taken on a businesslike dollar bond Issue for that socalled"republic. a
stalk of cane at least 20 feet high ANY VISITORS.OULD SPOT me one "
A attitude and "
gotten away He received the freedomof . . j
was carried to the DeLand Star office from the "slipshod" manner of previous the city at the City Hall, while a AND HE popped fca k. HIS BUSINESS needed
by C. A. Beattie, of that city, who hasa years. band from New York's "Fighting Ir . . .

field of it. ish" National Guard Regiment played AND SAID there was. JUST TWO words

The completion of the Tamiaml( "The wearing of the Green." lie also . . .
The assessed valuation of Miami trail is row fixed for next spring or received at the hands of Mayor Hylan A GENTLEMAN outside. AND I'M a sport.
real estate has increased from $40- summer. The a .
undertaking was a big an engrossed copy of the resolutions ,
325,294 in 1919 to $54,903,150 for this one, larger than the promoters anticipated adopted by the board of aldermen of WHO WISHED. .to se. m. AND CURIOUS. . too t

year, an approximate increase of $15- and many delays have been encountered New York City, greeting "The gen- AND I said "NO." SO IN he came. if\:

000,000.D. but when completed this tleman who stands as a representative .
will be one of the wonder drives of of the youngest republic in the BUT I Ness the boy. AND HANDED ma.
R. Armstrong was arrested by the country, connecting Tampa and world. . .

federal customs officers at Miami, the : Miami and opening a vast territory On January 23rd Bishop Gunn of IS. LIKE my wlfo. SOME CIGARETTES. to try. '
against him being that I to the public, through the '
charge; placed famed Everglades :Mississippi and Father Byrnes of AND SAID "They Satlefy.
of smuggling. Seventy-one cases of and cypress belts. Pass Christian ,advertised AND'' DOESNT know .
Mississippi, were .
cognac, gin and whiskey, valued at AND I will state. k'
to be the principal peakers
WHO'S '
BOSS.
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$9,000 was taken by the officers. Frank A. Delgado, of Jacksonville at of 'f"
a public meeting the "Order of .
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MB UCtb
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who has been connected with the Red Friends of Irish Freedom," at the !FOR BAC.K "he.OO .D. . ac.
The 42,000 acre trace recently pur- Cross for the past several months, Is Knights of Columbus Hall, 836 Car- t

chased by William Candler of Atlanta coming to the United States from ondelet Street, New Orleans.According AND SAYS the DIaL satisfy"-tht **r* It.
at a cost of approximately $500- Russia with eight hundred Russian . THEY were finer tobacco mod
000 is to be developed and Kissimmee to press reports, meet WANTS JUST a word 1i
children enroute to Petrograd from in any cigarette and never ere
ings of this character
will for are bring: held .
become the distributing point Vladivostook, via San Francisco. The tobaccos more carefully an-i! ikiil-
its products.A in every principal city of the United AND I told the bo y. fully blended Chesterfields give _
children were sent to Vladivostook by States and branches of the "Order of you all that any cigarette could

severe electrical storm passedover their parents in Petrograd to escape Friends of Irish Freedom," are being I COULD tell the man give; plus a certain "satisfy" quality
Carbur and vicinity Thursday the terrors of war, and later when organized by platform orators of Roman that !la exclusively! theirs Thblend '
communications between the families Catholic affiliation. JUST WHERE to gt. can't bo'copiod. j
,
afternoon in which two well known . .
were cut off by the revolution the Red
white men and a colored woman were By way of illustration, suppose that I
instantly killed and another white Cross took care of them and is now some six or eight: states in the American -i

I returning them h ome. Union were dominated and controlled ,
man injured.The _
by the Mormon church. That
John Nales, well known Tampa policeman they were promoting a rebellion I
population of Bartow is 4,203, died at the hospital Sunday against the lawful authority of our
increase of 1,541 Orlando has increased esterfie1dstar
an morning as the result of a pistol government; were arming and equip- .
in population 5,363, giving wound inflicted by an unknown negro; ping troops in this country, and at

her a population now of 9,257. Palat- who was being escorted to the city the same time were conducting: an active -

ka's population is 5,102, a gain of 1- ', jail as a suspicious character, accord- propaganda: for the raising of

323. ing to the story told a bystander near $10.000OU-and( the enlistment of 'I'" I
the officer at the time of the shooting.' volunteers in every principal city of CIGARETTES II I
Robert Blackwell, murderer of Bud The negro opened fire unexpectedly, Great Britain That their meetingswere

Davis and wife, died Friday at Clear- firing several shots as he made his being held in municipal buildings "

water in the present of four thousand dash from the officer, while the officer and their speakers were being IJ

people. The trap was sprung at 12:42: returned the fire until the cartridgesin introduced by the mayor and other J
and he lived ten minutes. At the expiration his revolver J
were exhausted after leading public officials; and that at \ I
of that time three doctors which he fell mortally wounded, one each of said meetings a branch of the --- -
pronounced him dead.A of the negro's bullets piercing the "Order of Friends of cad Influenza
Mormon Free and for the people," but has always Mrs, Alvarez Castle of WaU-rtown ,-.1011.0.11111.I ; Strip
Ice and idiac artery just above the groin.A dom" was organized; that the Lord- and everywhere sought to enforce her was visiting relatives f here during last LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE Tablets remove. the
the Fort
wire of Myers "
Mayor of London should receive the either directly week ""u... There U only one "Drama QuIIIIIIa.Eo .
Electric Company, blown down duringa large hero of manatee alleged president of the Bo-callod Mor. own dogmatic government W.GROVE'S .(.ninim on biz Wa
valuable team ; or sea cows or through some tyrannical A pound party was given at the
electrocuted
storm, a - ---- -
wire from which muchof in St. Augustine waters for the past mon Republic with open arms, giving form! of monarchial! government home of Mr. and Mrs <). II. Moody
of mules. The
several wcvks be seen at almost him the freedom of the city and lIre. attend I :
may crowd
the insulation had been worn, was The pope's tiara, or triple frown, Friday night A large SEEDPlant
any time of theday.. The herd "graz- senting him an engrossed; copy of symbolizes his" autocratic claim to bo ed. '
several inches of water 'I
hidden under es" at different parts of the bay from resolutions adopted by the Court of the absolute ruler of three kingdoms' Have Green, of Pine Mill, was in Martin's Hy-Test Seed for
left by the storm.Trainloads the vicinity of the old arsenal at Fort Aldermen of the City of London, I -the "Kingdom of Heaven the King. our burg Friday night good results. ,
Marion and further north. It is greeting the Mormon official as "The I ..
even
of sugar' machinery are gentleman who stands I'I dorn of Earth, and the Kingdom of Mr. and Mm. Henry Brown and I Cow VtuK, $7.60 per bushel; Velvet
a
that several have us representative "
passing through Florida every week reported parties of the re-public in the .Hell. daughter, Nana, of :Sampson City, Beans, $3.00) per bushel; Sorghum, 13 l
been youngest
I the
shooting at and lovers
on their way to Cuba, San Domingoand of the curious manatee such world." How long do you suppose it I!I We deny, emphatically that he were the guests of Mr. and 1\1 rll. O. 11. per bushel; Hire Sfl.CO par bushel}
fearing -
other foreign countries, whose : will drive the sea cows practice would be before war would be declar I' rules over tho Kingdom of Heaven.We Moody Friday night. Millet, $4.26 per bushel.
,
people are quicker to see the great opportunities have vigorously protested to the away au- ed between the United States and are doing what we can to defeathis Miss Jennie Dowling spent last Gordon and Find Seeds for summer
for increasing the develop thorities the Great Britain I. ambitious efforts to rule over the week in Starke. and fall planting.Largest .

ment of the sugar cane industry than curiosities on of great ground interest that to they winter are The meeting on March 5th in Meridian !i Ki/ijrdom\ of Earth, but we are willing Mr. and Mrs Jou Dowling were and oldest established seed

those of Florida. visitors and should not be frightenedaway. was held at our new City Hall. '1 to concede to him just as much of the visitors to Starke Friday, house in the state. I'I
The speaker and organizer was Introduced Kingdom of Hell as he Is i-ntitlod to. Joo Hodgus was In Staike Friday. Send for seed special. and catalogue \\

W. W. Myers, of Dade City, has by the Mayor of Meridian the 'i This country has taken a very I Sheriff Eppcmon: and Deputy E. A. MARTIN SEED CO., f

been marketing his Niagara grapes, Oscar Dodson, 18 years of age was audience being composed almost exclusively 'i prominent part In the greatest; war. den were In our burg one day of uail'l I JACKSONVILLE! FLORIDA
known to history. A war that was instigated
Theyare week
bringing him 20 cents per pound. shot and killed Friday night by G. of members of the Roman
in large clusters, good size and W, Buckner, a farmer living between Catholic church. At the close of the and encouraged' by that, I'ope ;, Mr. and Mm. Kuan Turner and lit

fine flavor. Mr. Myers has a beautiful Canal point and Lake Okeechobee.The meeting a prominent citizen of Meridian at Rome; a war In which millions of tie daughter, Ilael, of Gainesville, are I
little vineyard he started by plant lives were lost and the progress of I with friends rel
I young man, in company with oth- accosted the mayor and asked this spending a while and
ing wild grape vines and grafting the I ers, were in Buckner's chicken coop question: "If this meeting had been civilization! retarded for an unknown atives.i .

Northern grapes into the roots. when Buckner heard the noise and called by the Socialists, the speaker length of time.citizens of do i I Lewis and Henry Turner left Sun. DAVISAgency :
The this
came with his gun and fired at wherehe voicing the same sentiments as Miss loyal country I dayl! to spent a while with their moth- ,
and should be involvedin
not not wish to
Mattie Jones, a young negress; of thought was the cause of the disturbance Hughes, the speaker of the evening, .'r in South Florida I
Jacksonville, was cut to death Satur The other boys ran and escaped would sh4! not have been arrested anda another bloody war, fur no other I Mr and Mrs W. S. Johns and son, Eat. 1886

day night by another negro woman while young Dodson was hit demand made for her deportation'" reason than to extend and increase the L. J., spent the week-end In Starke i '

who escaped. The Jones woman bled I and died almost instantly. Buckner A strenuous demand is being madeon power of the Pope II. O. Rivers was a business visitor INSURAN :

to death from numerous cuts and was carried to West Palm Beach the Congress to pass some drastic sedi. If the people of North Ireland are to Lake Butler Saturday

stabs Inflicted with a large-bladed next day in the custody of a deputy tion legislation providing for the content under the English; rule even U. I). Johns and wife, of Pine Hill\ \, I

knife. The floor of the house was cov- sheriff and held without bail in the "prompt deportation of aliens found to the extent of fighting to continueit passed through our burg Sunday STARKE

ered with pools of blood. county jail, on the charge of murder. guilty of speaking, advocating, or and have sent a delegation to this morning.
conspiring to overthrow this government country to present their side of the Pearce Crews and Donald Adkins

Sheriff Jones and Deputy Cooper of The power boat "Two Sisters" of or who are found to be opposed controversy to the American people, were guests of friends near Sampson

Titusville seized an Oakland touringcar West Palm Beach drifted in at Hobe' by the use of force or violence to It Is evident that there is an ulterior Sunday. ,

laden with 200 quarts of booze at Sound a day or two ago, the interiorof the government of the United States." motive animating the people of South Smith Johns was a visitor to Pa- r

the south end of the Turkey Creek the boat a mass of charred embers Attorney General Palmer told the Ireland, and it is needless to look fur- latka Saturday 17ukl1mwcim01Ar701WWowOlOiwa ,

bridge Wednesday morning.' The oc- from an explosion of gasoline while House Judiciary Committee the other ther than the press reports of the activities Sam Moody was in lake Butler on

cupants gave a cash bond and were the boat was thirty miles out to sea day that "There has !got to be a dead of the prelates of the Roman business Monday. COFFINS & CASKETS

allowed to go ontheir way. The car enroute to the Bahamas with a cargoof line established if the government is Catholic hierarchy for It. But notwithstanding Green Moody, of New River, was And a Full Line of S

and booze were carried to Titusville. flour. The boat was in charge ofa to be permitted to defend itself, as a all that, we submit thatit in our burg Tuemlay. UnJn' &are' Supplies

colored man, who Is now in a criti- popular government: in the interest of is not right for our government to John Stannell<< \, of Starke, panned

The Arundel Corporation has received cal condition as the result of a mass the people. Mr. Palmer thinks it is permit this Roman Catholic hierarchyto through our burg Sunday. AUTOMOBILE! : HEARSE '

a contract to build more than of burns all over his face and body, easy to draw that "deadline." lie carry on its war breeding operations Mr. and Mrs. George Teaton have Always on hand. The bent. service <
100 miles of canals in the Evergladesat would draw it at the point where the in this country; that to continueto moved here I
sustained while trying to resuce a j at the lowest prices. Special
a cost of between $3,000,000 and child from inside the blazing' cabin of exercise of the right: of free and un- do so would be, on our part, Injudicious Viola Williams, of Starke, spent atlrntion to telegraph or-
Construction will start at indecent, dishonest and un- of last week with her i
4000000. the boat. The occupants jumped over- restrained speech "amounts to a I part brother rrs. RetclHtrred Kmbalmer.DeWlcjONES: I.I I
once and it is expected that the entire board and some of them started to threat promise or necessary implication American.We Ralph Cooper
contract will be completed in four splash] water into the boat in the effort of the use of force and violence." have "had war enough! "Lot us Jim Adkins wa a visitor to Starke :-

years. subdue the flames. This was a We would like to suggest to Attorney have peace. Saturday.
slow to and yet it eventually General Palmer that in drawing We bfliieve that all loyal American Lloyd Clark was in Stark Saturday STARKE, FLA. 'r rI

The condition of the cotton crop process The child, rescued his "deadline" against' freedom of citizens should bring their influence to on business
solved the problem.
for Florida on July 6 was 63 per cent by Hepburn, died later as a result speech and action, he make it unlawful bear on government state and municipal G. L. Sapp, of Starke, passed thru I:S JOJCIIIIIGJC1OJCImmcICJIDCJmcDrJtTlClt'lCItII : ,, 'i
of normal as compared with 62 per its burns and subject to deportation to engage officials to put a stop to these our burg Sunday afternoon. I ir
of
cent a month ago and with 57 percenta : in any enterprise whatever, that war-promoting activities of the Rom --.-+---- r rI

year ago. Weevil damage' is spot. News of one of the biggest' business l- would tend, either directly ir indirectly an Catholic church and the organization Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day I I BUBONIC PLAGUE IS
ted, localities reporting it present to involve this country In a bloodywar of these branches of "The Order
some transactions in the state in recent DnuUinU r-hinrt mmwy IfPAZOnlNTMCNTfaar "
and at work in large numbers, comes in the formal announcement against: a foreign power, more especially of Friends of Irish Freedom." Let us users lutilhi Illlnil Slnmllnil or PrntnidluS HH'. t.Inrently CARRIED BY RATS
years rrlrvr. Itching raise I and can IM
you
while others show practically no weevil by the president of the against one of our own attend to our own business and stop tmtlul eloep after III- drat aealios. : un. PrkIA

*. Florida Citrus Exchange of the pur friendly allies-a nation to whom we Interfering with the affairs of nations I KILL THE RATa

chase of the Warnell Lumber and Veneer are bound by language, sentiment and across the seas. Let us, at last. hood TIle nifterenoe.

There are two crate mills at Avon Supply Company with headquar. treaties.It the advice of George Washington: and A ...nlll. CUD no more help being a

Park, each turning out 5,000 citrus tern at Plant City. The transactions must not be forgotten that all that other great American soldier and genius than a crazy cum fan help being I i

crates a day, and a new mill is bin r involve the ownership of properties this talk, on the part of Rome, about statesman, "Let us have peace.--Ex- rratT. It just. ha[>|M'n* that when I

built nearby which, when completed valued at approximately a million dol- the "glorious freedom of- Ireland" is change. A the genius fines what he roniM'TH a TO-DAY.. .
will have a capacity of 60,000 feet of lars or more, through the purchase of mere camouflage.: It Is a matter of -- --- smart thing It Ie "nRrt; but when the By Using

lumber per day. These companies are the outstanding stock of the Warnell history that the Roman Catholic LONG nninr.E, poor crazy men
operating a tract of 75,000 acres of Company. It includes the big veneer church has never advocated a "gov' set <. >'* fooll".h.-VA II,."'..'* Mun'lily. I STEARNS'PASTE ;

timber, one of the finest stands in De. and crate mill at Plant City various ernment of the people, by the people Long Bridge, Aug. f-Among; those

I Soto county, and have over 10 miles mill buildings warehouses, lots, land who attended the party at Mr. Sapp's I We are proud of the confidence doctors I IninrnMlnnaJmttiinnlMtnr .orl Ram kf...

of logging: roadway in use and more and the company's saw mill at Fort conviction of the charge of assault Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. druggists and the public have in I 1' It.desire. kneehe.aud In tr,?M i-at waierleiee.toU run train Om ornaM tmiulInv -
being constructed. full I ing a white woman. This assault i* Rob Cooper, Mrs. Doll Teston, Mr. 666 Chill and Fever Tonic.-Adv. I <''r watnr a,14lr.eh air.drill outMil
road and equip- ..... _.
[ Green, logging; : Mr. I In a li-w 11I" _. Two We anti eUlO.huu..l..1111."uW..JO.
said to have occurred immediately after and Mrs. Sa"iner, of New River . rete.t .
Rub-My-Tism is a great pain kl11er. ment. he returned from the convict camp and Mrs. Snyder, of New River, Char "Why I Put Up With Rats for Yearn," fAn HI VSI OIOU FtM OUUI

tt relievces pain and soreness caused Jacksonville police are' searching the where he nerved two years for attempting lie McKinney Jim Thomas, Donald Write N. Windsor Farmer I k
t .
[ by Rheumatism, Neuralgia Sprains, city for Bernice La Sane, who escapedfrom to assault a white woman. Adkins, Gerald Adkins, Cecil Adams, "Years which ago I bought killed some fine rat watchdog -joinon I Habitual Comtlpatlon Cured
nearly our
state convict camp Saturday.It La Sane is also a daring house rob Ray Roy. In 14 to 3I Days
No Worms a Healthy Child is thought a La Sane la( In that city. ber. Police Lieutenant Cahoon, in \ Miss Pearl Crews, of Jacksonville, It so scared us that we suffered [! "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"'U a sp r.la1Jy-
[ All children troubled with worm ban aD UDo is said by the police to be charge; of the city detectives said the returned to her home Sunday after- a long time with rats until my neigh prepared Syrup Tonlc-Laxa- ve for Habitual
.. Sane
health?color" ,which" indicate poor blood and e. La fiendish nature. Ac- negro should be captured at all coats. noon after being seriously ill. bor told mo about RAT SNAP. That's Constipation. It relieves promptly but
rule,there U more or I.... tofnach dbturb.mx.GROVE'S posessed of a Crews vis the sure rat killer and a safe one." 21 daysto
regularlytor he has three i Mr. and Mr*. Sam were should be taken regularly/ for 14 to
TONIC elves authorities
two or TASTELESS three weeks chill wul enrich the blood. Improve cording the charged with crimInal 666 quickly relieves Constipation,, {itors in Lake Butler Saturday. Three sizes, 25c, OOc, fl. Sold and Induce regular action. It Stimulates! and
! the dlaeaUoo.and act a>a General S h, enlnTo lo to the whole ayoem. Nature wu!cl assault. lie was 1 and U. C Jones bottle.
ines sin Lake Butler Saturday
thra 'offordhtpelthewo.-ra'..andtheCblMaperlectlMeIUl. > the penitentiary for life following his Headaches, due to Torpid Liver. - - -
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