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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 13, 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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VOLUME FORTY-TWO. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, AUGUST IS. 1920.:! -
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DEATH OF MRS. BRYAN !MRS. J. M. TRUBYA BOREE-GRIFFIS 1 lB. .11
GONE TO
BLACK POINT A. THRASHER TO BE SIT- LAKE BUTLER
CESSOR: ; OF JUDGE
MILLS
Beloved Woman Gone to Her Reward Noble Christian Lady Has Gone toRe A marriage of more than usual interest Wednesday morning the local military I
t-Funeral Friday Afternoon took place at the well appointed Declined ;;; ". Lake Butler, Aug. 13-Mr. and Mrs. ;
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co of
Mrs. Martha Bryan, beloved wife of n'Bny! ; charge Captain appointment When First . R. Chasttln and children, Mr. and J,
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Griffis DeWitt
C. Jones and
Lieutenant. Tendered Him ,
S. A. died at her homeon Mrs. B. D. Harrell and children '
Captain Bryan, "Ah! well l the years swiftly spent
sweep on southeast of Starke, Sunday after M. Wairwright, left for a two weeks'encempenent I'
Water street, this city, at 10:55 a. Death's sickle Sunday at Worthington. / I
does not
may not, rest noon, August 8th. The contracting at Black Point near After reconsidering his refusal
on
m., August 6. The deceased had beenan And does not the loved the best A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday In i
spare parties were Mr. D. Boree and their Jacksonville. The strength of the I Tuesday to accept appointment as Gainesville
invalid for.over four yean and a For any prayer, for any moan." charming daughter, Miss Emma Grif company was 88 enlisted men. Several judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Miss Foelyn who been V
ailments
of bas
which her Stroupe,
complication '
Our fie It had been intended to make the cf the at to succeed the late
advanced age could not withstand, entire little city mourns the membership are away I Judge James T. the attractive house guest pf her cou.
ended her life, although she was constantly loss it sustained in the death of Mrs. occasion a very quiet one, but the Camp Perry, Ohio. Willa, who died here Monday morning sin, Mrs. Raiford Johns, left Sunday
ministered to by able physician Mary Ellen Truby, the beloved wife popularity of both groom and bride Two cars had been set aside for the B. Albert Thrasher, prominent morning for her home in Plant City.
of Mr. Jacob Merritt Truby, which had caused the new to spread and a'' soldier boys, and while they waited | attorney of this city, yesterday notified Miss Stroupe was highly entertained
.
occurred on Tuesday, the 3rd moat, at large number of friends from Starke I for the belated Cedar Key train to Coy Sidney J. Cotta of his willingness while here and will be missed
Mrs. Bryan was born in Darien Ga., her home on Cherry street. Though and surrounding county had come to pick them up, they chatted with the to fill the vacancy, upon the younger set. among

January 18, 1850, her parents being for weeks expected, yet after all, the witness the nuptials.The many friends who had come to see learning that the man whom he recommended A. E. Proctor Saturday De.
spent at
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Williams When sad event seemed to take the entire ceremony took place at 4:45: them off.The '/. as a substitute for himself, !kle's Milt\, being one of the guest fct \
she was one year old her parents mov. community by surprise. She had been In the tastefully decorated parlor. The company is designated as the would not be given the appointment. partake of the birthday dinner of his

ed to Jacksonville, where later her father in failing health for some time, and bride, a handsome young ]lady, wore a Fourth Separate Company Infantry, At the time Russia was beset by sister Mrs P. P. ,Dekle l *IU. r
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was elected sheriff-Duval coun- dress of de chine and hat and N. G. F. and Johnston is enemies
had patiently waited the hour when crepe Camp the on every side. She had no t, P. U. services were held Sun
ty's first sheriff after the civil war. her sufferings would culminate in a shoes to match. The ceremony was official name for Black Point. Remember authorized enemies. English, French day evening and enjoyed by those
She wa married to S. A. Bryan De- delightful rest in the land where thereis performed by Rev L. W. Kickliter, in this if you wish to write to any and American troops were fighting; In present.C. :

cember 21, 1876. Five children were no pain. his well known impressive manner, of the boys. The Alachua county bar association A. Savage of Dukes Saturday .
born to the union, three sons and two The funeral services were held at and the good-cooking. pair was made The turnout was by far the finest considers it a signal honor that one of evening! and Sunday, spent with Ills

daughters, namely, Walter Bryan, of the residence on Cherry street on man and wife. and most numerous that has ever left its members should be chosen as the family ''f

Tampa, Roland Bryan, of Starke ar.d Friday, and were very solemn, ,, impressive There being: but little time left for Starke for an encampment head of the eighth circuit, which Is : Mr. T. (N. Andrews and daughter, \
George Bryan of Plant City; Mrs. G. and touchingly beautiful. An catching: the 5:58 train for Jacksonville ----. considered one ofthe most important' of Jacksonville, pent several days In
.
A. Powers, of Mulberry, and Mrs. Arthur there was quite a scramble in the state in face
unusually large number of citizens CARD OF THANKS of numerous recommendations town this week, the guest of Mr*.
Williams, of Starke; six grandchildren were in attendance to pay the last sad among the many present to offer congratulations received at the state Rob Andrews

also mourn their loss. tribute of respect. Rev. Charles H. to the bride and groom.: We wish to thank our friends and capital by Sidney J. Catts for promi- Rev W. C. Armstrong spent the

About twenty years ago the Bryans Abernathy, pastor of the Presbyterian They then entered an automobile and neighbors for their kindness and help nent attorneys in the other four coun. week-end at Hampton. .

moved to Starke, Captain Bryan having church at Eustis, conducted the ser were conveyed to Starke, the bride in during the long! illness and death of ties of the circuit. S. S. Proctor left Thursday for Mlddleburg .
for many years been'the road- vice and spoke in a tender: and beau a traveling dress of silk voile with our wife and mother Mr. Thrasher. was born in Atlanta where he will conduct a meet.

master of this division of the Sea tiful manner of the virtues of the dead shoes and hat to match J. M. Truby and Family.PLEASANT Ga., and came to Florida in 1883.: After log during the next ton days

board railway. When only 17 yearsof and of the glorious( hopes of Immor Mr. Boree is well known and respected graduating from the East Florida Mrs A. C. Strickland and daughter /,

age Mrs. Bryan joined the Metho- tality. Rev. J. C. Diggs, of the Meth- in Starke. He came here several .- PICNIC Seminary he attended and graduated attended tho birthday celebration '

dist cnurch and had always been a odist church, offered a feeling prayer years ago with nothing but a determination - from a law college of Lebanon, Tenn. of !Sir and Mr. T. H, Rimes, of Mil-
faithful member, her religion ever and the'grand hymns, "Asleep in to succeed. By industryand A picnic\ party given at Mr. atod< After his admission to the bar ho became lor, Tuesday

prompting her. to kind actions, making Jesus" and "Thy Will Be Done"( were good management he soon acquired Mrs. E. E. Catiova's lovely cottage on a member of the law rm of A revival meeting Is''in session at t

tier a good wife and mother and softly sung by Mrs J. E. Futch, Mrs property and is now doing well asa Kingsley lake last Thursday evening/:, Thrasher, Davis and Thrasher, his the Baptist church this week, beginning .
helping and sympathizing with those A. Z. Adkins, JI.| F. Kickliter and Rev.B. business man in Jacksonville. His i was one of tho most pleasant affairs father and Col. Robt. W. Dnvls, being Monday evening In charge of
in' distress. She was beloved( by our D. Law, of the Baptist church bride is a handsome, intelligent and i of the kind during the season. Swim- tho older members of the firm. Since Rev II. D. Law, of Staike.
entire community who mourn with Fully twenty-five handsome floral accomplished young: lady who will ming and boating were the principal 1885/ Mr. Thrasher has practiced law Mr. and Mrs T. J. Townsend and

the. bereaved family, in their loss.( pieces of the choicest flowers( that make a good helpmeet to her hus amusements. A, delightful supper was in this city continuously, building up children left Tuesday for a visit to

The funeral services were held at could be obtained were Kent to deck band. The best wishes for happinessand served, which crowned the pleasures. for himself an enviable fraction in Salt Spring ,

the residence and were conducted by I the casket and express sympathy to success follow the newly wedded Those present were, Misses Ethel Alnchua county-Gainesville Sun, August Oscar Rimes, of Worthington, was

Rev. T. L. L.. Barr, pastor of the the sorrowing family. The Ladies Aid couple. .-.-. Griffin, Audrey Johns, Margaret Long : 6th.-.-+ looking after business affairs here
Methodist church at Dade City, assisted of the Presbyterian church,' of which BUT IT HAD TO BE DONE Iris Epperson Elizabeth Ilrownlee Saturday, j
by Rev. J, C. Diggs. Mr. Barr : Mrs. Truby had been a faithful member Vivlrette Floyd, Katie Hell\ Green Lu. IIAMPTON Rev S, S. Proctor spent. Sunday at j
based his sermon on the first three since its organization, sent a cite Tatum, chaperoned by Mis." J. M. the State Farm I
The water tank and the
verses of the 14th chapter of St. John beautiful cross composed of white |'I nected with had to be cleaned.! pipes It con wasa Tatum, :Mrs O. J. Griffin and Mrs Wilbur Hampton, Aug. 13,-John Powell Uanc Johnston, of linker county, I'4A'i'I
Scott and William Struth of
and delivered a comforting and inspir. rosebuds and white asters. Those out I H. M. Snyder; Messrs. Levy Canova, was transacting business In town on ,
"parlouV job, but it had to be done.Supt Starke visitors 'to i
were Hampton on
ing discourse. of town sending flowers were: Mrs Stringfcllow of the Starke water -I John Powell Charley Johns, Sammie Monday j 'I
Janie C. Crawford and family, of Em-: I Anderson Thomas Lhnbnugh and Sunday Roy Godwin of Pine Hill ws a bus. I
Many beautiful flowers were sent and light plant, is not one of those Or. Hunter has recently kern, transacting ( ,
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lenton, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Killian Clifford Blitch. visitor to Lake Duller !Monday :
by friends and organizations, among officials who sit in a swivel chair with .. business in Jacksonville.
of Waynesville, N. C., Mrs. B. V. - -- -- -- --- morning, 4 4.,
the most noticeable being a floral their feet on the desk, reading a novel Misses Mabel and Mildred Seals, .
Smith, of Jacksonville, arid Mr. Ed MFTHODIST: Mr*. W. H. !Moore and son of Way
representing the ajar, while they smoke a cigar, but the and brother
piece gates Weller and family, of Emlcnton, Pa W. G, Srnln, returned totheir cross, Ga., are tho guests of her mother
which was presented by the Seaboard kind that ,don overalls and go to work. home In Jacksonville. I Friday, after
As a mark of respect all business Mr*. Truxlor.Mr !
school 9:45 ;
Sunday
: a. m.
and wreath in which Tuesday morning the tank was ,
trainmen large emptied week's visit with
a a Hampton relatives
houses closed during the funeral *. J, M. Traxlpr returned lastSaturday
were
Preaching, 11 a. m., and 8 p, m
white dove. This through the hydrants and Mr. and friend
was suspended a ( Hour. ; to her home after several .
was sent by the division officials and Stringfellow and Zuck Anders coup Epwoith League, 7:15 p. in. J. C. Keene attended church services t
The bearers wppks. visit In South Carolina
honorary pall were: I Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 }. m. being
I
roadmastere. The Elks sent an led a long hose to the hydrant by the J at Sardla Sunday.
ujso+
John Uglow, W. T. Weeks, N T. Ritch I called to the l bedside of her son(
Preaching I'
I at Luwtoy, Friday, Aug. I;
elaborate piece. The following persons power house, and by means of much Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Inter,
Mules Crews of New '
and Chas. R. Ensey, of Jacksonville; I 13th 8 River, was in "
m.
sent choice flowers: Bruce Davis I pulling and tUJl'ginlIInd hauling with p. Mrs. W. II. Jones, of Stnrke, wereguests town ..
the active bearers II C. Saturday ,
morning
pall were : I
of Arcadia W. Baisden Jack. and tackle got the heavy fire J. C DIGGS:!, of Mrs.
; W. rope I P. It. Ilurvt Saturday Gone +
Richard J. M. Mitchell J. II. Ritch, Sheller, of Providence, motorod -
sonville; Mr and Mrs. T. It. Sweat, W. L. Wall, A. M. Darby, and GeorgeC. hose up to the top of the tank. They '[ Pastor. Dr. Hunter was attending to professional to Lake Butler Saturday.
Jacksonville J. Mitchell Rev. B. first scraped the scale out of the 75' I business In Alachua .
M ,
; county n ., .'
Livingston, of Tampa. Borum, of Palatka, was In
feet riser pipe by means of a MHETING: OF CITY COUNCILThe
D. Law, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miner, high Saturday.
The interment was at Crosby cemetery I (own Monday evening.:
Mr. L. A. Davis.11': and attached to a rope. Then direct 1,
and Mrs. scraper R. M. Williams has rvturnod to his
where she was laid to rest by ; Mr. and 1.11'11. Joe Howling] and son,
Mrs. T. Griffin Miss was put to the water city council met in regular session I
F. F. Stump, J. pressure homo here, after upending several
the side of her beloved daughter, Emma Joe, Jr., of New River, were business
the hone directed to with the following members
Annie Darby, W. T. Weeks, Mr. and and the jet from weeks In Okeochobee.
who died twenty-six years ago. of the tank till the scale <*nt: D. C. Jones chairman S prclI-1 visitors to our town Saturday,
Mrs. J. M. Bl'ownlee, Mr. and Mrs. II. the inside ; Miss Daisy. Moore and, brother Cecil
L. Brownlee, P. M. Barefoot, of "Dear. is the spot where our loved ones was loosened and cleaned oft Bryan, J. F. Collcy, J W. White. I of Theresa, entered school here --- rTill.,: MOTHER(
Brooker. sleep. The creosote composition with Minutes of last meeting were read Monday., ---,,
And the strain which the angels ... ?.,, -,., "f 1* j
The interment was at Crosby cem- sweet which the tank has lately, been painted I and adopted.The ( Mr. and Sirs W. P. flirt, of Alachua
etery in charge of Funeral Director pour; j is corrosive to the skin, and blisters street committee was authorized county worn visiting friend.* and rotatives (Contributed) y.
DeWitt C. Jones The pall bearers Oh, why should we in anguish weepT .rose wherever their hands or unjiroteetod to have cross walk built across hero Sunday. Them I I. no height, no depth that can

were: J. F. Colley, J. W. White, W. They are not lost, but gone before." arms touched the paint. I Madison street at the Intersection of Marion Sullivan of Thernssa, wan set us apart,

A. Dubose, J. O. Haynes, F. A, Scott, Mary Ellen Weller was born in Em. When they wiped their brows with Walnut street. the guest of his mother, Mrs. Josephine Body of mine and soul of mine, heartof
F. F. Stump. lenton, Pa., and was reared in the Re- their shirt sleeves, the cresote ab-I Report of bund trustees for. month Sullivan Saturday. my heart +

Among the ,many who paid their form church but after her marriage: sorbed by the cloth got into their eyes of July was ordered filed Rev, Armstrong, of Ij>ke Butler, There I I..* no sea so deep, no mountain

last respects to the deceased by beIng to Jacob Merritt Truby she joined the and when they got through: up there Treasurer's report for July was re. filled his regular uppointrnentn at the so high
present at the funeral were all Presbyterian church, of which denomi they were nearly blind and had to untie ceived and ordered filed. Baptist church Sunday. That I could not come to you-If I

her children, also R. D. Williams, of nation her husband was a member. In knots and find their way down by The mayor was Instructed to Issue Gerald Middleton, of Atarke, was heard you (cry
Jacksonville, S. M. Williams, of 1883 Mr. and Mrs. Truby moved to means of feeling alone.It call for city election to be held Sept. visiting here Saturday.Mrs. There I Is no hell so sunken, no heavenso

Whitehouse, Mrs. Wolfe, of Macclen- Starke, and since that time have boen ,being impossible to get a ladderup 14, 1920. King,* of Brooklyn, was attending steep, it
ny and Mrs. Quinn, of Jacksonville, closely identified with the growth and there, they had to descend to the Inspectors of election appointed as to business In Hampton Tues Whore I should not seek you and find

brothers and sisters of Mrs. Bryan. prosperity of the place. In fact, their bottom of the tank by means of a rope follows: T. N. Kendrick\ J. L. Peck, you ami k.,rp. Ii "t '

---.-- coming to Starke marked an era of Going down was easy enough, but F. P. Shaffer. day.Miss Ethel Hunt has had as her Vow you are round, and soft, and n,

I KITE AGAIN A CANDIDATE advancement both financially and so- getting up the 80 feet on the rope Ordinance No. 106 was presented"An guest this week, Miss Mildred Dow-! sweet a* a rose, F
cially.Mrs.. 'I" was something else. And oh, how ordnance to( be entitled authoriz.Ing Ing, of Jacksonville. Not a stain on 'my pollens one, white ,das

By his announcement elsewhere in Truby possessed dramatic hot and chose it was down there. I II. A. Bishop to use the public I Mr. and Mrs Perry Newsom, of the snows' t

the Telegraph it will be seen that Si. ability which she exercised in arrangIng :- The men were sometimes seen standIng streets of the town of Starke, Bradford I Graham, were guests of R. B. John If some day you came to me' heavy'.

las Kite is a candidate for reelectionto and 'presenting entertainmentsfor straight up on the edge county Fit., for the purpose of i Friday and Saturday. with sin,

the office of marshal. During the the benefits of her church and tan*. A very slight attack of vertigo I placing poles and electrical conductors Mr. Houser, of Alabama, Is attending I, your mother, would run to the duet .'

several years he has been the guardian Sunday school or for some enterpriseof would have caused a hl thereon and operating and managing to business In Hampton this week. and let you In. 'I'N .

of the peace of the town he has the town. Years ago Starke need funeral. a local and long distance telephone Miss Armstrong, of Lake Butler, I would wash you white again with
been on the job all the time and often ed a fire bell-Mrs. Truby gave a play --, --. _M_ system therein," was passed, wait the guest of Miss Emma Hicks my tear and grief.

I worked overtime, and on account of called "The Stolen Will;" it was so CEMETERY NOTICEAll title as stated. Saturday. Body of mine, soul of mine'till you ,

[ his watchfulness the town has been successful that it was repeated, and The council adjourned to August 16/ Mrs. Norwood and daughter: of found relief; I

j orderly and quiet. His services are from this play money was realized to | persons Interested are asked to 1920 to hear complaints on assessments .. Plant City, are guests of her father Though you had sinned all slim thereare
I well known and appreciated and he purchase the fire bell and it is still meet at the McKinney grave yard on to revise registration books, this week, Eli Hick twixt East: and West, "

j will not lack supporters at the comIng giving good: service. A number of Friday, August 20th, and spend the etc. Thursday evening, Aug. 5th, a social You should find my arm wide. for '
[ town election. people here still pleasantnly .remem- day in beautifying the grounds. C. A. FUTCH. i was enjoyed at the home of Mr. you, your head on my breast. .

I .... .- - her the 'beautiful Christmas cantata Clerk J. M. Maxwell. Those present were Chllil, if I were In Heaven, and you
I CARD OF THANKS that she once gave: for the Presbyterian -' BAPTIST Mabel Seals, Ruth Price, Eva: Hodgns,1' were In hull-
Sunday school This cantata was MRS. REUBEN GLOVERThe Eva William, Leona Mullady Gladys (Angel white a* my spotless ono

I We take this method of warmly entitled "Santa Claus in his Work Sunday school, 10 a. m. Griffin, Julia Maxwell, Maggie stumbled and fell)-
Claus worship, 11 a. m. entire Lake Butler community I would leave the field. of God and
( thanking the who assisted us shop. The part of Santa was Morning I Maxwell, Ethel Hunt, Ranee John, ,
{during the illness many and gave us their taken by Mr. T. A. Knight, who sangto B. Y. P..U., 7 p. m. was saddened Wednesday afternoon, Cyril Manirc R. M. William, Oriel Queen Mary'. feet .
I sympathy after the death of our be- the delight: of his audience. Mrs. Evening worship, 8 p. m. Aug. 4th, when the news went out I Wiggins' Cecil Manlre and Mr. Thom. Straight to the heart of hell I would
loved do thank Truby had great energy, which was Midweek service, Wednesday, 8 p. that the death angel had visited the as. go--seek Ing may sweet. !
we
one. Especially strengthShe home of Mr. Reuben Glover and took God, mayhap would turn Him at
BDrs. Wills, Middleton, Biggs and bounded only by her physical m. Many amusing games were played ,
worker for from its midst his dearly beloved sound of the door
Francis for their untiring ministrations was an indefatigable and at the conclusion of the evening .
her home, her church and those In suits, and for that reason our souls wife, Edith Opal Chancey Mrs, Glo delicious refreshments were served. "Who Is it goes out from me to comeback

S, A. and Family. need. She literally obeyed the Bible have been knit together in our Lord's ver had been sick for several months, Dr. Hunter was a visitor to Graham I no more ?" [,
| Bryan
Injunction "Whatsoever thy hand flnd- service. Mrs. Denison and I have the yet she complained but very little. Monday. ''Then the blessed Mary would say
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I PLEASANT BIRTHDAY PARTY eth to do, do it with thy might," She profoundest sympathy for you and She leaves to mourn her untimely John Bevill, of Graham, was trans from her thrones t'r'
loved to give charity with a bountiful your family." death, her husband and twoweeksoldInfant acting business here Saturday "Son-'tl* a mother goes to hell (Deleing . 1 '

1 hand and often fed the hungry and Besides one sister and six brothers and other relative. Miss Florence Hall, of Theresa, her ownl 1 1'
At In the wes-
Bern their pleasant home clothed the destitute thereby exercising living In distant states, the deceased Deceased was born Feb. 5, 1901, was chopping In Hampton first of the of mine, soul of mine, born of t
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part of town Mr. and and heal' leaves notably devoted family com- has always lived in and around Lake
the "charities that soothe a wf'(>k. me "
Evening'irv Thomas entertained Saturday children, and bless." Many were the kind acts posed of her husband and daughter, Butler and was admired by all knew Rev. Daugh/, rty of Rock wood, Term., Thou who went once like Jesus heal,I* :II'II'"dy 1I 1-
a number of happy that she did for her friends who were Mrs J. W. Killian, of Williamsburg, her for her lovable disposition. She; who has been conducting series of my knee. '
honor Hodges, I 'I
hose ft little Miss Rosa ( sick or in sadness. During the perIod Va., and son, J. J. Truby. Also a f was a Christian woman and to "know meeting at Graham, was shaking It i.I so that .mother are made; I
anniversaryell
| eleventh birthday of the Great War she was a faith niece Miss Mabel Weller, of Emlen- her was to love her." hands with friends In Hampton Saturday Thou mad'st them so;
on that day. After enjoying them.lve. I ful worker in the local Red Cross, and ton, Ina" who has pent the past six : She was married Dec. 25 1916, to I Body of mine and soul of mine I j

with games the little guests and by her enthusiasm and example helped months here assisting the devoted I Mr. Reuben Glover, wag a kind and Miss Byrel Mullady, who has been Do I not know!" I
'ere invited into the dining room others to labor In this great cause. daughter, Mrs. Killian to tenderly affectionate wife, always doing what visiting friend and relative In Vlr- -Katherine( Tynan. II
r jj'rved with dainty refreshments, Mr*. I Her former pastor Rev 11. G. Dennison nurse and cheer !Mrs.\ Truby as she I she could to be an ideal companion.A I

Thomas* being assisted by her mother, of Lake Alfred said In xpres I approached "the valley of the shadowof large concourse of friends accompanied felt ,thank and appreciation to my glnia forthe past four weeks, returned :
1 r W J. Johns At a late hour the his sympathy tothe family: "My death." II the remains to Dkle cemetery relatives and trlenlll' for their assistance home Monday,

f app, party broke up and they fin- heart sing goes: out to you in this your At such times expressions of sym where the impressive funeral service word of consolation and beau I Miss Eva William was shopping In I Ii

f h I the evening's pleasure with rides hour of trial. Mrs. Truby and the pathy fall meaningless) upon the ears i)i was preached. by Rev. Orland Arm. tiful floral offerings during the nick- i Starke Saturday

pi the merry-go-round. Denisons have worked together in delightful of those who are grief stricken but' strong. The floral offerings were beau news and death of my precious wife. W. H. Jones, who demonstrate foe: /

t Besides a goodly number of children i harmony, and for that reason we. cannot refrain from saying that' tiful. Especially do I thank Mr. and Mr. the Prlngle Co., was In town Sunday.W ;
resent the party was also attended ; much. the heart of their friend deeply N. E. Roberts and Dr. Maine for
we will mills her, oh, so E. Baker, of Brooklyn, was '
1 My Tuck Johns, an uncle, and Brow- stay In Starke we thought sympathize with the family In their Card of nub their untiring efforts tending to business In Hampton ' at'J'J,
During .
f rd th John of Jacksonville., a> cousin of the honoree( .. ,,'.anned my and worked with good re. season of bereavement. I wish to express my deepest heart- REUBEN GLOVER. day. .. . '!!! ::11{

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'- Regular Correspondents. Tires on Your Small

HIGHLANDHighland. will spend a few week with relatives
I A. A. Stokes, of Jacksonville, visited -

Aug. 13.-E. n. Griffls, oTampa relatives in Lawtey Friday.
of Starke, visited in
several Herbert Ritch,
left Thursday after
days' visit, with hit parents, Mr. and Lawtey Sunday. Avoid disappointment wits .l..a made to be
visitor to
Rev. E. D. Boyer was a

Mr, J.. I.J. Marr W. Griffls.was a visitor to Stark! Jacksonville Friday, sold at sensationally chin" : price*!' by using
visitorto
Ed Marr, of Highland, was a

Thursday.MIRa Rena Marr left Thursday lora Lawtey Sunday. Goodyear Tires built to deliver maxiu.: \
Alex Ott, of Jacksonville, visited
Jacksonville. .
visit with relative in .
/ Misses Ethel Altman and Mabel relatives in Lawtey last week.S. mileage at minimum'cost.
W. Leach of Jacksonville, was.a
t Padgett returned to their home in ,

Jacksonville Saturday after several visitor to Lawtey .Sunday.. ---
relative value built into Goodyear
days visit here with relatives. The high

''f Mr. and Mrs. Owen Marr, of Mime, LONG BRIDGE
I' arrived Sunday for an extended visit t Tires, of the 30 x 330 x 3J/2', and 31 x 4-inch

i' at the home of J. T. Marr. Long Bridge, Aug. 13.-S. T. Johns,
Roy Lord, of Jacksonville. wan the of Jacksonville spent the first of the sizes: results from the application of Goodyear

( guest of George Parker, Jr., over the week with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. River
week-end. and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johns. experience and care to their mantrfacturo in .

"" f $! J. I. Marr wan a visitor to Starke !Mr. and Mrs. Rafe Johns, of Lake devoted
Sunday. Butler, passed through here Sunday the world's largest tire factory to


Glen Mr.$and t. Mary Mrs., spent T. T.Sunday Blackburn at,the of enroute Pierce to Crews Starke..spent Thursday in. Pa. ivcx i t these sizes. ... . ,.' --:_,..-.-

latka.
t home of B. Wilkinson. F
Misses Dora Tison, of Macclenny, i III
LAWTEY spending a while with her sister, Mrs Such facts explain, why more cars, using these


"I JI I. Lawlcy, AUK.-13.-Miss Eldredgc Joe Pliney Hodges.Crews spent Thursday in sizes, were factory-equipped last year witii

Reddish returned home last week after Starke. Goodyear Tires than with other kind.
c Mark Tombley and Mr. Hendrix, of any
' r spending two months in North Johnstown, were in our burg Sunday ...,..........__r..1!: ..-,:......... .,,,#., "
t Georgia with her slitter!! Mrs. Colon ---- I''Y'--:>aIi: \--r-I t. !Mrs B. Sapp is spending! a while .

I Miller.II. B. Bennett and family, of Jacksonville with her mother, Mrs. Shirley, of If you drive a Ford, Chevrolet, Maxwell or

( spent last week at Kingiiley Brooker. Dort take of the
, I Roland Sapp was called' to Starke advantage opportunity to
lake. Mr. Bennett and Misses Clara .
,
and Janet, returned to the city Sun- Saturday. '
end at enjoy true Goodyear mileage and
Lloyd Clark spent the week economy!
day.J. Guilford with his mother.G. .
R. Eddins of Gainesville, was attending with
o Goodyear Tires and
equip Heavy
bUllnen Rivers was transacting business your car
to here last week.Mrs. .
I I I. T. S. Stark and son, Frank, ofGainesville in New River Monday afternoon las Tourist Tubes at our nearest Service Station.
': Wm. Hodges, of Starke, spent!
' several with
spent days
'I' ,Iii Friday here with Joe Hodges.
r .-. friends in Lawtey.
.' Mr. Llnscy of New River, while
"* Miss Bessie Terry, of Jacksonville, ,
I: t
snaking logs out of McKinney branch,
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. ..
drove large rattler and twen-
over one
and Mrs. T. J. Terry. ,
small He succeeded in
ty-one ones.
Mrs. E. II. Boyer returned Saturday _
f from Itlstid I Grove where she spent killing thorn all.
two week with friend tiladys Crews is'on the sick list this .t
I
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stokes left on week.
Mr and Mrs. Lacy Johns spent Saturday .
Tuesday for Sarasota, where they will
in Lake
spend several weeks with relatives. Butler
After short illness the little ,
They will nlno visit relatives in Tampa Mr and a Mrs. Hall died and waR babyof interred SO:x:3 V4 Goodyear Double-Cw $- 150 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube coot ao more than the pdc
I i before they) return home.Ur Sunday afternoon at 3:30 in Fabric, All-Weather Tread_ you are asked to pay for tubes of..* merit-why risk costlycasings

J. J. Troadwrll. of Stj Augustine ; Crews cemetery. The bereaved Single-Cure -t when such sure protection: U available $.<.50
( filled t his appointment at Grace parents 30 x 3'/i Goodyear $1 an ii -
Methodist church Sunday, both mornIng have the sympathy of the com Fabric: Antl.bkid *. jL- 30x3Vu size In I.nvo/64.ff T"
' munity.
and evening.
The thild quarterly conference was Miss Ruby Johns entertained a

held after service In the evening.i No number of her friends Friday evening
!Mr Turner spent Saturday in the
pl'enchinJMC'rvlce has been held In
the church for several weeks since the county seat.
David l Shaw, of LaCrosse, spent GOO3YEALth9
resignation' of Rev, Taylor on accountof
ill lii'iilth A regular (pastor ispromised Thursday at the home of Mr. amMrs.
.
for II. O. Rivers.Onle
some time In September.
Miss Matthews Rivers is visiting her sister,
of Jacksonville, visited -
:Mrs. David Shaw of LaCrosse
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. near .
Terry Sunduy. George Rivers and Wesley Johns
were business; visitors to LaCrosse on .
r Mrs. Alex Williams and] children, of
Jacksonville, visited relatives In Law- Thursday.
,I toy several days last l week. Mr. and !Mrs. W. S. Johns and son,
were visitors to' Starke first of thisw.k.
t Miss Pearl Grime, of Jacksonville, ----- ------- -
.
t visited relatives in Lawtey Sunday. J -
James of Miss Nellie Turner has returned to
Shepard, Fernandina was
here Sunday. icr home near Okeechobt'e, after a

Mrs. J. D. Randall, af Orlando attended visit with her grandparents, Mr. and

r.. the Woman's Club meeting In Mrs. SPECIAL

t 'I, Lawtey Friday. Turner.CROSBY
F, Mrs. Susan Teston visited relativesIn LAKE 1'

.f Jacksonville several days last week Crosby Lake, Aug. 13-E. J. McRaeof
returning home Saturday. Waldo was a visitor here Sunday.M. .
.t It. T. George, of Jacksonville, was J. Mcltae und daughters, Misses
,j a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Eva and, Lillie, uttenndvd church at SALE OF BASEBALL GOODS
Lonnie Harley' of Runnel! spent the China Grove Sunday.

+ week-end at tile home of his parents.! Misses Ruby and Gertrude McRae

j .l. ; C. It. Sapp wa a visitor to Gainesville were visitors here Saturday from

Friday. IValdo, and were accompanied homey

at James the Murdock'' Starling shipyard, who, Jacksonville is employed > Misses Eva and Lillie McRae. We do,not want to carry our, stock of Baseball Goods over until next summer, and
Prayer meeting Sunday night was
spent Sunday at his home here. well attended. Will be held at the in order to move same quickly we are making the following reductions:

Brown Bennett, of Highland, visited home of Samuel Nichols next Sunday .. .
relatives in Lawtey Friday. night -

Raymond Hess, of Jacksonville, was Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stokes, of Lake i
a visitor to I.awtey Friday and Satur- Butler, visitors at the home of
day. 11. M. McRse were Friday.FARMER LOUISVILLE SLUGGER HATS_____________$1.75: REDUCED TO____________$1.50 EACH

W. K. ,Torode and family and L. H. ---. ..- ._- FIELDERS GLOVES ______________________$9.00 REDUCED TO____________$8.00 EACH
Hill .and family are spending a few
lake. FIELDERS GLOVES ______________________$6.75: REDUCED TO____________$5.75 EACH
days' .at Kmirnlty BROWN
Mrs. M. A. Torode returned last FIELDERS GLOVES ___--___________--____ $3.50 REDUCED I TO--__--_'-.....$3.25: EACH

week from Georgia, and after spending (Contnued from lust week) FIELDERS GLOVES ______________________ $3.25 REDUCED TO____________$2.75 EACH

P t Torode a day, went or two to with Windsor her son where, W.she E. _not All spill right the, boys fish., I'll How's be careful the sweet and 1FIELDERS S GLOVES ______________________ $.25: REDUCED TO____________$2.00 EACH

W potatoes? Are they about roasted? FIELDERS GLOVES ___________n_________ $1.25: REDUCED TO____________$1.00 EACH

at This pan of fish is done. I'll empty CATCHER'S MITTS________________________$3.50 REDUCED TO_______'_____$2.75: EACH ...

t You Do More Work Fish these is Fish"and put today.in a Where new did supply you CATCHER'S MITTS_________ r------------ $2.75 REDUCED TO.___________$2.25 EACH i

You are more ambitious and you get more all get your fish tackle? I bought CATCHER'S MASKS.______________________ $7.00 REDUCED TO____________$6.00 EACH

enjoyment blood is In good out of condition.everything Impurities when your In mine at PeWitt C. Jones Hardware BASEBALLS ___________________________.._______10 PERCENT DISCOUNTCONSUMER'S
{ the blood have aver)'depnxuing effect. oil Store. So you sent off for yours did
r the system\ causing! weakness*w_ you? Didn't you know you could get
06rvoWln6111 and sickness. the name thing at DeWitt C. Jones
UROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC "ou've got into that habit-every- ...
restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying time you want some little thing you
and Knrlchiug the DIJWhen) \ you feel up and send to some mail order house
its strengthening' \ ( LUMBER
invigorating effect see CO.
after it, and when you> want some
how It brings color to the cheeks! and how
\ heavy thing, like Cane Mills and .
it Improves the appetite>> you will then
rVIhl appreciate Us true tonic value. tGLOVE'S toilers and such, you buy at home.Let .
TASTELESS Chill TONIC hjm pay the freight. Ain't willing % :

is nut a patent mmllclne. It is simi!) to let a feller make a little profit
t r1 IRON and QUININE siwpeniind in Syrups 10 he can keep up a stock of little -
,s o-a?_ ploasunt even children like it The kings? --n:; -- -I-o : o--e; i i 1-- -- -- --
blood needs Quinine to Purify nii>tSON Look out,! You're burning the fish! Why, IM set you fellows ;I ingl 1 let ; the Hardware talk we'd in when to town and buy. her Get your tackle, Brown, and come
I to Enrich It. These reliable ionic properties )),lltlZaRt it. The smoke gets in my out the fish bones, then I'd take some stay on for a week.I Well I'm full up to the ears, and down to the boat.
never fail to drive out impurities in should not. How in the guess that will do for dinner. Where's .
I yes. Can't half see. of the roasted potatoes and grind say !! Hey, there, what you fellers drinkInp
the blood. make fish world will we wash the dishes. Wish the axe? I'll cut a big log so we'll
Well stop talking so much and you hem' all up together and ; that lake water for? I forgot
I. The Strength-Creating: Cbill TUNIC has of GROVE'STASTELESS made It watch the fish pan. alls. How's that for fish fry? I'm I had brought one of those dandy have a good fire when we come back to tell you DeWitt C. Jones gave mea
i but when good cook, I granite ware dish pans I saw at De- from the lake tonight. case of Coca Cola
the favorite tonic in thousand of homed, Yep that' right: !! I get" a am to take along on
r e More than thirty-five years ago folk to thinking about how so many send Say, he's got two carpet sweepers Witt Jones yesterday. We could use What? No axel! j I j our trip. Come back and have some.
would rule a long distance to get' CKOVC'S their good money away for stuff and i left and will close them out for $10 it out here and then I could take it It seems we all forgot to bring one. ]I That'a mighty fine of Jones. Sup-
'r TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a still expect to have a hardware store -they were 1200. Ought to buy home to Samantha a kind of peace Well have to pick up some pieces 011''I pose he makes lot of it. Wish w.
' 1 member of their family had Malaria or keep up a stock of everything" we all one for your wife a present. offering She's been mighty well wood. | had more of it but this will help some.
needed a body-budding, strength-giving, want on short notice and haven't time There you go again. Le up on that pleased. That reminds me. DeWitt C. Jones!! !I Yes he is sure making lots of it. Got
Y tonic>I I Tile formula la just lIe same today Let's eat the tatcrs well Pidn't bring tome kind of a just got in a lot of axes-tha Kelly .
and you ran get it from auf drug to write foe>> it. That makes me sick. tuff. are! anyone a big truck that ha keep busy hauling -
store. 60c per bottle. ** "* Wish the had one of those meat roasted and enough fish to start on, tin pan? Perfect-runs from 3 1-2 inches to C I to, the different towns over the
I's Grinders I saw at DeWitt C. Jones *u't there ? Yes here's one with my lunch in inches. county, besides the big trade In towr.
,
, llr .e.s (...111....... atslil laser Hardware Store. Had a box full of Yes, jump, to it boys, while I put it. We, can' empty that And wash Well that won't help us any now. Come on. Well never get fishenough
dishes in it. That's the kind wife Yes, but it some time. Pull
I 011 another pan. my may : for supper if keep talk
you
I,' 4'I. 'natures the vitality blood.anc Yan ants by xtaa nirtfjtni'f..I b 8ucu and.* them.What. would you do with a meat My, but they're fine. Brown sure uses. She was kicking about a dish the ashes over the taters and they'll ing about DeWitt C. Jones
nlng.llchlnft lavldunuiut tDm.: JMo sea grinder out here, Brown? knows how to fry fish. If he could pan the other day. Guess I'll drop keep warm for supper and be sweeter.!! (To be continued)



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shows considerable bloom and ii still Fifth Sunday Union Meeting Program
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comparatively free from woody fiber.

I Bradford County Farmers Ii pods Cowpeas begin are to best turn cut brown.J. when. the first of the New River

B. Thompson forage
crops specialiet -
1 '
I 103 Dock street The retail Florida agricultural extension Association
dF INTEREST TO HOG RAISERS one day last week: price was
Fruits and vegetables/ are dropping. in the neighborhood of $2.50. division, says the curing of hey involves .
record for the The only reason given by the Inquirer not only a loss of moisture but
that are
One of the assistant. state veterinarians to low prices AUGUST 27.29 1920 ,
Philadelphia in the for this condition is that the also a process of fermentation. The
Dr. H. M. Clarvoe, arrived last four years in Church \\". Pinholster Moderator
of l
the State wholesale markets without the retail transportation congestion had prevented quality hay is injured by unneces' Starke Baptist ,
here Saturday to represent nary exposure to rain, dew and sun. .
of the the
dealer appearing to be aware rapid distribution of products -
Board in this section i FRIDAY
Live Stock Sanitary
If it to stack
were possible and to
fact. At this season probably a majority that were coming from the South
+ and will make his headquarter I
t in Starke., He will take charge of hog of breakfasts will start with and other sections and as a result the: cure hay in the shade and without exposure 10:30 Devotional Exercises_____Rev. L. W. Kickliter
to rain and dew, the quality
At retail stores yesterday wholesale markets were flooded and
i cholera control Live work here.Stock Sanitary cantaloupe.they were selling at from fifteento prices slumped accordingly. If the' would be greatly improved. The old 10:45: Business_______________Moderator in Charge

i Board The co-operates State with the farmers in twenty-five cents each. At popular producers were solidly organized and adage "make hay while the sunshines" 11:00 Welcome and Announcements. F. Kickliter

the suppression of all contagious and price restaurants they were served at had marketing organization on the far ia probably sunshine sound advice in 11:15: Introductory; Sermon________Rev. E. D. Boyer
as as indicates dry
half forty job in all the big
or centers
infectious diseases of animals and Dr. twenty cents a portion distributing
Clarvoc's services are available for cents a melon. In Dock street cantaloupes this congested _, condition could be weather, but over exposure to direct Rev. G. A. Prevatt, alternate.
in good condition for immediate avoided by diverting shipments to sunlight reduces the quality of hay 12:00 Dinner.

that The purpose.attention of those who are Jntefested eating sold at one dollar a case, points were the congestion was not so through nutrients.bleaching and the loss of valuable 1:30: Scripture Lesson_______Rev. W. L Overstreet
in the immunization of their averaging 45 melons or a trifle more Intense and more of the products
I hogs against hog cholera in called to than two cents each. 'Between the could be sold direct to the big: retail Where conditions permit grass cut 1:45: Enrolling Messengers.

f: ." Chapter 7919 Law. of Florida, 1919 wholesales and the ordinary restau- concerns, thus saving the middlemen's In the morning after the dew has dried Business_______________Moderator in Charge
which provides that the state shall rant each melon gained 38 cents in profits and if the organization controlled may be raked in the lame evening to 2:15: The Layman's Work in the Church
value. Prime quality cantaloupes in the bulk of the products it remain in the windrow over night.
the
virus for use
of procure the farmers serum and and stork raisers at condition to. remain on sale for one could practically note prices and This is usually practicable where the _________.___________Led by Col. J. E. Futch

I cost. This 'serum is now being sup week brought $2.25 a case, or 6 cents the retailers would able to reap weather is warm and dry and the crop 3:00: The Value of Religious Papers Jn the Home
plied, on proper application at the each. These quotations are not guesswork such exorbitant profits, more of which ii not too green nor too heavy. What of the Florida Baptist Witness 7
di I low of !110 cents per they are the prices quoted would go into the pockets of the members Practices followed in hay making '
remarkably price
100 c. c. To further reduce the cost throughout the day at the wholesale of the marketing organization.As are usually dictated by conditions but _________.____________Editor J. W. Mitchell

p of vaccinating to the farmer the state house of John Detwiler & Co., 120 long as our farmers and growersare every precaution should be taken to 4:00: Adjournment.

under the same law, pays for one-half Dock street. One member of the firm unorganized and remain at the avoid over exposure to weather. It 8:00: Song Service________________Rev. B. D. Law
of the total serum and virus used up remarked : "I don't see how the retail mercy of the jobbers and commission is always advisable to rake the hay as
I getting with it. My soon a. conditions will permit and to 8:30: Inspirational Sermon--------Rev. F. B. Johns
I to the amount of 1GOO c. c. and administers men are away houses jus no long will they receive
j it free of charge wherever wife went to-our grocery store this the short end of the bargain and come let the drying continue in the wind- Rev. B. D. Law alternate.
1 possible. All of the serum used in morning to get two cucumbers and out at the little end of the horn season row-mrhere the exposed surface is -- ';.-
I I. t excess of 1600 c. c. must be paid for was charged fifteen cents for the two. after season. The farmers and much less than in the swath. In the SATURDAY"
rate'of 90 cents Cucumbers are selling at fifteen to fruit must themselves'onto case of such crops as cowpeas or beg-
the growers get
at regular -
per
1 10:00 Devotional Exercises___________C. A.
100 e. c. twenty-five cents for 6-8 bushel basket the same basis as the manufacturers garweeda exposure to the weather Crosby
I"[ , The necessary application blanks This is less than one cent each." and set the prices on their products causes the leaves to fall, thus losing 10:15: Business.
for the purchase .and administration In the wholesale district the general and then they will be able to stabilize some of the very best and most flourishing Enrolling \lessengersModerator in Charge
'Y" of scrum and virus by this plan can standard of ordinary Bales IB the 6-8 their business and make it profitable of the feed.
:i be obtained from Dr. Clarvoel bushel basket. The best of potatoeswere --. 10:40: The Importance of Family Prayer

I ; quoted yesterday:at $1.25 a bas Florida is destined to become a COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS _______________________Led by R. O. Strong

I FARMERS AND GROWERS GET ket and there were good lots as low great producing center and now i is the 11:05: Song Service_____________A. Starling, Leader
l "SHOUT I.Sf)" a. $1.10, while worm-eaten or damaged time
rl! to organize this big business and Osceola
were selling at $1 a bas : Caterpillars eating potatoes 11:15 Doctrinal Sermon_______i..Rev.: J. T. Barnes
potatoes place it on a strictly business basis. badly, but are being controlledby .
I We have been urging the growers ket. Bananas purchased at auction This state is in a position to do this the use of Kansas bait and Rev. C. E. Saunders alternate.
i \ of Florida to get together and work from a ship arriving yesterday were even better than other states, as its ing. spray- 12:15: Dinner.
: : being sold by the Enterprise Fruit
products
.speclaity: i Company 238 South Front street at at a time mostly when other go into sections the are market not Walton: Interest in blueberry cul- 1:30: Scripture Lesson_____________Rev. B. D.Law

: products and in order to give them $4.25 a bunch containing about 225 producing and it could soon be in a ture is growing very rapidly. Spe- 1:45: Enrolling l\IessengersModerator in Charge
cial
Dome concrete evidence of, the value I bananas of the best quality, and rang position to regulate prices an and .
peaches by our farmer
of the advice offered we are producing ing downward to $3.00. Beans were the business vastly to
: : a portion of an article that appeared quoted as low as 30 cents a 6-8ths all concerned.a-Times-Union.profitable one Pasco: The citrus growers recently _______________________Led by. E. L. Wilson

I t in the Philadelphia Inquirer I basket by Williams, Colvin Company, .- with became theH organized e and Citrus will; be-Exchange.affiliated; ;; 2:30: The Relation of Pastor to Member

v INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER Plans are under way for building a _____?______________Led by Rev. E. D. Boyer

I lIIIII 1 IIII mllillll.lmmllmlllllll II I IIIU Illllllllllll IIMIIIIIIIMlllllllmmlllllllllllllmm lll [ II II Illlillllllllllllllllllt mIM OF DAIRY-CATTLE this packing house The for farmers starting in operations Pasco 3:15: The Relation of Member to Pastor

: Inflammation of the udder is a very year. are _____________Led by Rev. L. W. Kickliter
} i aggressive and all that it takes to get
common disease among dairy cattle, them hustling is to remind them of 4:00 Business. Arrangement for a night service.
t and should be given prompt attention.
The beat treatment says Professor their needs by means of pictures bulletins Appointment of meeting place for next Union.

A. L. Shealy, of the Florida Agricultural or meetings. 4:30: Adjournment.
' e College, is to milk thoroughlyand : Escambia: Corn, !Lean, potato, peanut
S bathe the gland with warm water cowpea crops are unusually good SUNDAY
fur 15 to 30 minutes at leant three this year.' Many range cattle owners
times daily. After bathing thoroughly ; state that their cattle held up better 9:30 Prayer Service------------W. A. Dubose, Sr.
I PricesUp
t - with warm water dry the udder last winter and have come out quicker 10:00 Sunday School__________J. F. Kickliter, Supt

well zinc oxide and apply ointment.camphorated Another oil oint-or before.and better They give this as taring the rcaaoqfor than ever 11:00 :Missionary Sermon________Rev. C. J. Dickens

ment found to be very effective Is this the dipping of the cattle last yiVr Rev. Kickliter, alternate.

Down ? made up of hydros wool fat, 8 parts; Some of the civic organizations have Missionary offering.
or tincture of iodine, 1 part and tincture taken into consideration a plan to Business and
Adjournment until
October 2931.
. of belladonna, 1 part. form a stock company to handle the
In this disease the udder becomes farmers' produce.

r High prices for livestock increase enlarged and swollen, very hot and Manatee: Celery. seed beds are being .
painful to the touch. The secretionof planted and are doing nicely.; New Program
i the producer's income. milk will be greatly diminished or !buildings are being constructed. \

Low prices decrease it and even : suspended altogether. This secretion Marion: Letting hogs harvest their
I may resemble whey or may be pus- own feed during the fattening periodis Bradford County: Convention Disciples of Christ
p I result in losses. Similarly, high like containing blood. There is a loss very popular with farmers here
prices for meat increase consumer's I of appetite the animal loses flesh and this is being done now. Effortsare August 28.29STRRKE.
i rapidJy) and often a tonic must be golvI being ,made to get hogs on" the
expenses. I en. For this it is well to give a pow market before the rush of October and FLA.
der consisting of equal parts powder. November Already three carloads
M If But Swift & Company as a ed nux vomica powdered gentian have been marketed. SATURDAY MORNING
powdered ginger and sodium bicarbonate -
Polk: Growers are spraying

II.. r middleman does not benefit by I giving one tablespoonful of the I ularly against rust mite mealy-bug reg- 9:30 Devotional Service__ .__--________Mrs. Johns
high low prices. Our income mixture three times daily. scale and withcr-tlp all of which are
or 9:45 Address
of Welcome
There are several causes for this unusually prevalent this Farming _--___.__Judge Gardiner
depends not on a high level of disease among which bruises or injuries conditions throughout year.county are 10:00 Our Benevolences:

prices or a low level, but ratheron : Improper are and probably incomplete the most milking common.is promising 1st, Our Orphan's Home at Atlanta, Ga.

the livestock also Suwannee: Boys lit agriculturalclubs ___________J. B. Crews
the margin between i a common cause for this disease{ have exceptionally -------------------

; ; price and the meat and ',Exposure to cold or wet, cold drafts and peanuts, and some of good their corn pigs 10:30: Needs of the Hour-----___________J. Mullady
the of
and feeding large quantities of '
;
are wonders for their 11:00: Our Old Folks Home
age. at Jacksonville Fla.
,
food rich in
1 by-products price. protein may act as causes
,1 ; for inflammation of the udder. Volusia: A successful community ---------------______________C. W. Zaring
...! .. council was organized at Daytona
-- - -- - on 11:30
1; 'ft The company's only concern, CURING TilE HAY CROP July 29th. Although it was a rainy : Appointment of committees and adjournment.

t in whether, prices should be day the attendance was unusually AFTERNOON
What 1s to be the quality of your good

i I high or low, is that they shouldbe hay 'this year? The answer to this Hernando: The dairy association 2:30: Devotional Service_--___________John Crews
question will depend largely (Is buying a car of fine Jersey cattle.
to
very
high enough satisfy producers the methods in upon Many bred huge 2:45 Christian Education______________J. Mullady
you use harvestingand pure are being placed
and low enough to please curing your crop. throughout the county. 3:15: Discussion.

+ consumers; but over the move- I As a general rule our common hay Madison: Farmers are planning to 3:30 Business session. Report of Churches. Ad-
grasses should be cut as noon as a market all farm products
r cooperatively journment.
ment of these prices Swift &
I large proportion of the plants are in this fall ,
has control. bloom and before pf the seed has
Company no any Seminole
I matured Hay from immature and just : Seventeen farmers have 8:30: Devotional Service_______________John Bevill
bought through the
county agent
Swift & is : growing grass contains a higher percentage ten cars of drain tile. 8:45: Address______________________R. A. Russell
Company compelled of digestible protein than
WM by competition to pay high j that from the more mature plants; cil Orange: A live community coun- LORD'S DAY, MORNING
but thie-advantage is more than counterbalanced was organized at Fairvilla last
F enough prices for livestock! tot b ythe loss in acre yield week. Farmers and their wives tak- 9:30: Bible School Session__________T. N. Kendrick

' ; secure an adequate supply. We and nutrients.consequently in the total digestible ing Santa particular Rosa:interest prospects in the are club.excel- 9:45: Devotional-_________--_____________J. Allen

must sell meat at a price low lIay from immature grass is low In lent for the best corn crop ever pro- 10:00: How to Conduct a Bible School Session

enough to make it' move. We indigestible fiber and.] has a laxative duced in this county. l ---------------------_________C. F. Rivers

I effect upon animals, while that made Palm Beach: Because good prices 10:45 Missions In the Bible School_____Mrs. Smith
endeavor also, between the two from, mature grass: contains a higher were received for the fine pineapplecrop
percentage; of woody fiber and has a last year there are substantial 11:00: Sermon________________________j. B. Crews
to
prices secure a margin large
I constipating. tendency. increases in plantings. Prospects bid 12:00 Lord's Supper, Benediction and Adjournment.
I'i i enough to pay all expenses and Bt-ggarwced: !: should be cut when it fair for another good year. The pine- Dinner served on the grounds. Everybody Wel-
apple industry is coming back.
4 yield a fair profit. i -- come. Come to the
N. Woi ens In a Healthy Cblla -- services share with us in the re
All children troubled with warn hv a.unhealthy ( freshments then stay and enjoy the program! of the
Our profit for 1919 averaged less j ""mfr which IndlvttM poor blond.,and.>a Bridges In History. 10:30 Trained
rain there In more or low Momach dl turb.iii-. The only mention, \ of u bridge In the Teachers...-----------Jesse Ogden
than two cents on each dollar off I (,KOVC TASTELESS chill TONIC given nmlirlv* canonical Scripture Is indirectly lathe
for two or thru weeks will mrluh the tlcxxl. tin AFTERNOON
, sales, or 6s/ per cent on money I prove the.dUtMUua.. and met as a OnoralStrcniitralnf !: principality of Qenhur a district
Tnnlc totAewhulesrerem. Nature wilt then to the northeast of the Sea of 2:30
GullU-e. Devotional Service__________ Mrs. McGruder
invested. ; throw off or dle..Uhe..m.. ,and tho Child wli: lID At till place a hi'Uno Is Mold to exist _

I II perfect health.. -Fktauntliitako.. -. -80c net_bet till which Is called by the Arabs "the 2:45 State Missions____________-__c. O. Woodward

'L I bridge of the nuns of Jacob The 3:15: Evangelistic Committee__________C. F. Rivera
a. 1 COCKROACHESABUT Roman are!' credited! with being the 3:45 Discussion.
first coiK.ructors tif arched bridge 9 q
k Swift & U. S. A.
Company
ever utrcnius.
I Ij 7:30 C. E Session__________Miss Francis Murrhee! i

Mr. Vaughan Farmer Tell How He 8:30 Sermon- -______D. L. Stewart, W. Palm Beach
Lost All His Prize Srad Corn
"Some time ago sent away for some -!'
pedigreed sued! corn, put in a gunny ""I i
suck and hung it on a rope suspended 1Lr.JACId90NOV.. PAINTBU FER j''
..IZERCOMPI.KTB CO IPANY.
kILLED TODAY SJT UMM from roof. it (
3 Rats, got all-how beatsme $
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M j STEARNS' PASTE but theydid' because I got; 5 dead FERTILIZERS FLOIUl'.I
r r I QIIIIIVII11lllIlhIIilhlII IIlllllllllll II Illlll lllflllllillliiliillulliilllilli ill illI
.....1"88 weer r whoppers In "the morning after trying FBHTILIZKa MATERIALS0PBATERS
WATCH MUGS. MATS AND MICK RAT SNAP. 3 sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. t
I a.r; err e.. T..m- *M -.I.MkOHOCH Sold and guaranteed by Mitchell's
INSECTICIDES a "
... FROM YOU DSJMLBB Drug Store and D. C. Jones .I..r..._.P'wl.. POULTIIT IiDPJ'l.I.. "I aWrit.
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FRIDAY AUGUST 13. HIG.:! BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH. STARKE. n-OR'IDA. rAGE SEVEN ...:'1.It's

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do 4 ..________ 18 .0
J. n. Ad.mon
I.. A. pun..aB juror loq O. Johnaon . 1 MlK J. I'. AdamaoB do I . . _.. 000 I E B. M.ltbew. do U _... -,- 1.00
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W. MOIre. do -._--- _.-_____.- 1.11 I J. I>. Ad.maon do I -?-..?.._-.__ BO 00 J. I. Adanuon lot V4 _._ -.. _: 1 II 'f
l". do __ _____ 1.011 I". AdamMin do 27 _.___._ l.t'OF
P 1*. S. Adl< - J. (). AdamMin do T _-. __._.____- SOlID
J. Kennedy do ?___.__..._...._ 1 0 0 J. D. Ad.maon do I .. _-_ .__.__.. 10.00 B. MatthewS printing 27 .. u.. a:till rIE.
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R. t. Rivera do . . _. 3.00 BO.00 8 Matthew do 2 I .____ _. .- -..- I.410
"' '--" - J. 1> AdairiMin do P u.-
a cinch H C. Hclbrnrri clerk and del rice box C 00 J. n. Adanuo ndo 10 e. . n..__.__. $0.00 J. Adaowon Int I _._._ __._. .BO, ,
.___. ... I). Adamann do _. ....__ .._ I.U.
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R. M. hint manarer dial IX -?_ no J. I). Ad.meon do 11 .... _____.__ 10.00 -
I;. W. Hlnaon do '__.____ I.(X J. II. AdamKin do 12 .- ....__._____ ""' 00 K R. Matthews printing. ill ...:::::: 8:00t
Moore do. .._..._ _._ '.<, 6.DO 8. Matthewa du Ru ... .--- B Oil
1). W. ? ---- J. I>. Adamaon do 14 .?.......__. f I
C Bulll..an diiuty do __.__..___._. .' *( J. I>. AdamMin do IB ._.?-___.. 8000 K..1., M.tthewa do 81 ..._______.__.. B 00
I Lumber Cobulldln" boothadifu __.. ClO.IIO J. Wllklnaon fond 14 ...---.--. 2O2I
Qulirley" J. II. Ad.rn.on do 1. _... -,
to figure why I < .__ _.____..*-.____* 2" J. P Adamaon do 17 _.-__.._?_... BO.00 2. 3. T..t do :_... -- ._ ____ _. > 00 i

t N V ynn. clerk and dl ..1.. bo. ._.. II.JrO J n. Ad.maon do 18 ..... .__........ 80.00 ;
Will 1I1.F..r mnnitnirrr dist 11 ........ 11I ". J 1>. Adaanon do 1' ._.. .______._ XB.OnJ Tutu------------------------- !.Rn :
I I H (I. vtmedln il 1. _. ..___.__....... end( il. Adnmaon do 20 _-h..-.__._.. 8000 - f!
P. J. Pr'ido -' .. S '" I>. Adanwon do II .........-_.___ B8 BOI "Tlit OF HflTlOVfor : 'J.
Camels sell I I. O. Harry L N M. Rtokei flirk l del iee box ,tl.t II e.'IS i n Adamaon do 2< .._______.___.. ea.&o Ohm C..n'lu'l.n..r IHc-H. .. the Stat. of ,{
& T, H. Rime mnnmitr ._._.n._._.._.. 40(1( .1 II. Adamaon do 27 .....___._... MOD .. < pau Joint Revolution pro. )Jpo.ina I
.1. F. IMunlaw II. L. Clratt dt _________.._ 400 J U Adamnon do If_?. .....____.- 119.00 thr Slate of lorlda.. and the .am. . .." .a, I
J. J. Cox dput -____ _____...... 40ftJ. to by 41 vclr of three-riftha of alt the "

... Cox bo.... rent et< ..__.-_.__.- 4 00 Tual -.---.---.---------JJ10K8 I... elected 10 each !o.. ; thai Die ..tt on. j!
.,. F.. Adklna cl. -I. del elec bla did 10 11.10 rXnnd FacE 1>1.1. Ne. 8Con.umn I Mild Joint lleaolution .entered upon ,
It F. R.n'.".. manairer .___......... > On Lumber Co.. frnclni .chool reapectlt.. Journ.ln wIth th. ".... and nay. im I .,

Will Andrew do __u._.________.. a.lI> ,..rd. ___..._?_____ l"6f0FINANCIAL then-on. dl( determln. and direstphat : I Mi,.
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T I'arnell do _...?..._ __. '.00 th,* :tct Joint Renolullon be ulirolllnl .-J *
III., M. McKlnney di-puty __.____..__-. ("' COIINt.1 to the .. ..' th. SUl. lit th. General ,. 1 1"ow.
\V T ",'...k. Ih."" ballot boar etc .. ...71 PTA1BMFVT OF Election :: No W. 1B20.
r I J. W. Hn cl"."ik ....t 4 _-- ._______. aM f UM<8Monllily 1. H. Clay( CRAW.FUSOII t tI
M. A. lllnck..i Uli i n..n....' -- __.... H *0 flnaiiclal ......mrnt Iof Bradford TIE'.rUF..t. ''tt.. of tha Slat of !

W. O. llrook. do .. ._. .____.. San county for the month of July 1BKO. I Florida, do hireby gl\'. ., that I {0
I lx-nnie Kumnu. mar 10 del box diet 4 I.ao General F.odllalanre (.RNfcKAt. FIJBOTION
C J. F. Wllli.m il..t>uty --_._-_..___ .__ II HO | July I. 1"?'' ____.____....BHSO.04 ; bo bId In each robot In Florida on
VIt I.. Cl. John clerk C del box dl.t' ._ II *0J Rrceipta durllw mutitb ._..........llKU.2B .1 'next 7irreedlnS the Aral Monitor In
II J'oll.rJ manatier ---...-,.--- *.ft'11Haynea Warrants luued . ... ---__.--.l'1122.50 : A 1:, IHliO, tIle saId Tueailay be.
O. do __..___ _--_ _-. II N I 1 1II. Jialanr. AUK 1. ll'vn ._._ . _... .___1"0.4" log' c.
H hail do ...... .- Sin Fine and forfeiture lund .;(' PAY OF NOVKMIIRR
II.: John, depute: :....--?::::. a.ri I IT III.lance July, 1. IVIiO __ .2424.78 for tlm. ralineallon or rejection of Ih. patti

__ M. tlacan h..u.e runt .__--..-...__ 1 00( ,; I..-.< oj'u during month _.._ -. ..._- 1BOOO Joint Ileeolutlon propoelng an amendmentto
... I. Trek clrrk elrc di.t, 6 .__.._... 7.OnF \\arrant. Laued u_.__ ... -. 17" 4llalanc ) Ih. PonatltulMin of the 1..t. of florid. ,
T*. Shaffer manaici'r _..___......... 'CI I Au.. 1. 120 __.__.. .._... _(401.27. bill' -
T. N. Kvndnck do ________........... 7.f>0 II | Ko.d Fund A JOINT HEKOI.UTIOV Pnmnaltig an
T 4f1 -I : c. F.. Ahewrn do __ ...___.__..... 7 VUI 11.1..... July 1. 2142(1 ..___... .__.. ..U1172HKecelpta Amendment to Deri Ion ft of Article IX of Ski
I W. W. llahdin di-puly _.______.___ 7.,0(11 flurin month ..._...__. (-a KBWarrant Con.million. of tl>r Hlal. of Flnrlitn Itol.llng
J. M. AI....... nnt ..- ..___.__..... 5140 | ......d __...._._______.._.. _207I.7B I.. '._tl.." and .'Ih.....
.
__ J. J. family clerk del box dl.t .._ 7.10 llalanc. Auc. 1. 1112n _._.. .____..- >"4 5"liit.taridliig Hi. It Heaolved by th* l.eiil.l. of the

J. C. ""n... manaiier .____.___........ 4.MI'' ( Fund Plat. of lorlda lI
h 8 .H. Moor do .____._n.._____ 4 DO llnlanc. July 1. 1KBO _.____.-__....-.-- 8BBRirelpta hat the t.lo'h.. amtndnient'. to Section
8. A. Bryant do ..-____________. 4.&0 I I' lurinir nionlharranui ..........__._ ? of Article lb.! Culwlllutlon( of the I
--w You should know why Camels <5. C. 8....'' deputy. __ ______.__._._- 4 140 \\ Smiled. -......._._.___._ Stale ,., Florida relallng to million midtmnr fl-
c . A.. 1VJO ... _. _._. .;e.88 I.. uiii,.
; James Ikiollnu tlmim lioothn .------ V 17L Ilalance I. -- --- In (hereby agreed lo end shall
are so unusual so refreshing, so A. Hrown clerk. 4 .di'l box dial, ( . 7:Ml rtraln.t.I Fund milled lo the el..lo. of th. state fr adop.tlun .
: J. V. Edwaril. nianuner .. .__.._.__. 1.41(1A. llalanrv July% 1. into _?..----_____ UO,rOI or rejecllon Hi 1he mint ""'nl.riil rlee.tlnn .
satisfying. First, quality-second, It. Surreney do __ .. ..._..__.. 4 00 I 1 Receipt durina month' ....-.-....... brld hereafter. that I. li. SlIP thai Hce.tlnn .
Camels M. I1. Matheny d. __ __. ......__.. 4.00C. Warrant, liwued ---..----.----.--.. A of Article. 11 of the Conltllutlon of tb.
.. expert blend of choice Turkish. N. Shaw, diputy . .- .___u___. 400 llalancc AUK. 1. 1V20 ..._.-. ____..... ISO.90VUduw. Plate l>f lorlda I* amended. e.. t_a amfiili.Wa

44 and choice Domestic tobaccos which (t. W. Malni'ihoiwe rent ._ ...... S.OO I'mIon Fpndllalanr. : 0
Joe Hill Wllllnmi clerk rIte dirt t ._.. youll certainly prefer to either kind L. M. Slot, manaxer .-_ _-"- .:. .00 Receipt, durinil month ......__...... 12212 f.I..n. The l-cgl.lature. .h..1 bund. pow.I.e only
I A. I!:. I'nictor d"; ..-..-.- --.-. -. ..(111' W.rrui.U. l..uid 'n_. -.J-.. ... . J .\P III' .. for taaiilng -
smoked straight I (i. A. 121-iwnon ...) and del box ._._ I"20( llulanec A..... I. ll''O' .________ -. l' .MAuvtut the uuriwae of repelling for Ima.lon II ha or .am of t
I O. V. Phllllpe deputy and bld( booth.. S (on 1 B. 1H80.llrariford 1-r.w.liig. 1..u.I..n. or. IN.n" alna.ly p.rl .. (I.The I.-
.1.
Mr.. Vlney Ihkle IIOUM rent _...___ '.a. County.Blale re.l, .mlna . top the I
-' :, Camels blend makes that w. "'. Moore clerk it del box diet, $.- *. nil I of Ford 5,1101 .t a I.'r role of 1..1(.outililaln.. 1

-f t.-p possible W. 8. Croft manamr .._.........._.. so.lcmra 1 hereby certify that, the.. foreuolna Mali.mint I'UrI'. .. lIt srqillrl.Iu. 1.1,1... aiid I.hl" I
wonderful mellow mildness-yet all the1 \ Clemoni do -_ .' .__......_.. a BO of Ih. nrelpla ."..1 ....bu..m..nl> M t'" I. p es'plrIO .' "' litider 5,1411 "ul..hm.
W. H Netll... .... .___ _.. ._n__. *.oil funda of llradford County for the month ..f I 1,101111 1)1,115) Ihl. Stale of.tho 1.5tolatire .

desirable body is there I And, Camels Will Krannrn do. __._.___ _. .___... a nil July. IHJO I. true and cornet to the best tit Ill may I.'rovilimI.Ir..rriled tintS h",1 NOV mod lsua.. ..n.
.x>ul. M Illll( clerk( drl boa dial 1.. ..,. my knowledv and Iwllrf.x . ( for a pyalem "r
never tire your taste!rYou" A. M. HUnriianl manager __._..... 4 till W. T WICFKS.' ': lhlrlaod I. "u..n. h..r mat. ., I. .

W. C. Woot.li do . ....n.__.____ 4110 (SEAL) Clerk Circuit ('noel.Itraitfird .od, voa'ls tuid 1ciiii cent.. .1.1 h. '.55. t
V. H Kedillrh di. puty _____._.......... 00 County.Hy . amount I.. (Ill. lIre t'' 11,0.1..1 or .
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the ala'" .t I.
appreciate Camels freedom V. K lU.ldlxh 'tal". Itooth. ...--....__ 8 DO C. A. KNIGHT. a.a.ment vote lr, ...t In rnni.llsoc. with...10
Mitchell l> Hlore( pincll. __ .____. .Ml. .
ru" I"tut" Clerk and the '."..... .
t from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste A. C. Strickland aui'p'ii.a both dlat 2. S.10I. pn.po.ed amendment .hall be .hJ..1I.
thereof.
...Ion ....1 return .
l-oard. _____ ...... onOeo. .
L .11. M. co cama..lnir re.tilcllolia .
and
or unpleasant cigaretty odor I A. (.ardlner do _u ._.n__..... CI 00 ('I.IIK'" wrroRT: O .tl. PitifHr .. .I.lon.( In
C. A. KnlBht do _..__-.,, __. "_00' Kin I Rlarkr. P la.. May 7. 1020. ,,rl I..hl.d I l.y f. "urnrr.l nl.l.n.
W. J. fi: |".r.on dil. ballot boxes ..... II.(Ml' Hi'port ..r tIn clerk ..r the Clrc, II "' florIda. WHFI.FOP
J_ _ For satisfaction ... .. llraiHoril eouniy. Mo..... .n m.uuul, IN ThSriMONV I ;
your own compare II. M. I..... ".." n list 'un. Sad nnd for have hrn-uoto, "t my h.nil
._ _.___. ...,....ed for the yea I
and lirldvtdl.t K! . .--- __ 10000W. ,,f lUStS lilj altitiad thr On..t Neal n f
Camels puff by puff with any ciga- J. F.inr' ..." 4 dayf with ...m.. .. .. 18."" II. M. iMa ) lbs and St.l. of florid .l T.IUhMM .
,SCAU
lax Col'iitu !
!>rew KmldlKh, 4 duy.. com and mil.$ .... 17.40 4 thr CMilt.l. this Ih.
rette in the world at any price I J. M. )lrownli-e/ do __ -_ .___.____.. 18.M County. PrepetAuir. .. day of July A. .
lames Reynold( do .. __________.. U.IIII<, July 1. to .hal doe. _--.___._. .__-. __.... .n6 ftAII twrntv.i.Il.th r
UIRKLH TIC C.m.I. a,. sold*",ry.h.,. .,. mtumntlttottly soiled p........ if2O 0..... llrouki lb------------------. -- El K" e4liI'CII'd _. _......._.._ .l) 111011.
BLEND l.".*1 or t.n pmckmffru ( :/00..'....'..) in aC ..,...._,.._,..00_.." O. V. by mint -- -- : Ii. CLAY ('TtAWIltfl.

S Cflrfon. w. mttontly raoooiin.nd thim cmrton for thm ,,""' .. or office iMZtToUldnw. i _..._...____......8741.11' *t.ln.2j. HKrrtnry of I...
P. T t N or when tnvfl T.lal . -__ . --.._________.._ A.... J. t. t..1 du. .I.1
.upply you rrn.lon fund I Stead anti IIrld" 'I.trlrt N. I .
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R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wlmton-SJ.ro N. C. .1.iiy, I, to 10.1 tine -. -....__..- ..__ .211Ral ( r .rm- ItAlY
Mr.. IVwIa McClellan anownnr.. ..._.. inflfl/ I cn.t coll..el.d .._._..... ...__.._. 147.47Atag. Hereby ,nolle.UMMI..I"N. .. .. ) that under and by ''
!\II'.. Nancyaliiiy.: ; ___.u.-.__.____ BOO I i II" .:._ : eerlaln deerof l-artltlon entered .
1\1... Vlcy Nlr""'. do .__n.....--_--. n.... | W6 82 virtue' of thai fur .
NorthwrtCJiinitir 111.... I...... Wllklnxm do ............. in 00Mra. 3, to 1.al: .i"nri; ---ili-ii-i; ; ;:-5.luly In the Circuit Court In b.n..1..1, .Cjun.ty. .
.. the lorlda.
r.rtiflrnK No. 146 rnilir c Ilnad and Stale of
jft off f Corns! of No.hwe.11....'''''. Bi*. 88. Tp. 6.t. Carrie Mirk do __ -. __ .- _____n II (HI 1. to hal ..... ...__._.__...._____.1018.10 day ,.r NovemlM-r. A. P. "". ..n action for

.! 11. 22 I4n: merr*. ..MMN|. J. A. Colvtnan.tx.rtiflc.t. Mral.laalr"MeL Ida A. Slimld arrl.h. do. ... -._-_'...__._.____..._..__ V BOO onMra. II" .nt c..I1..d ....--. __...... --. *214.144 partition therein pending, coil, wherein C. N. B. M. "
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No 1\3 <-mbr.c the NorthwwUunrtir MaltU llavla do ._..._._____..... 1" 00 .. Vnlaril I. .n'I..ln.nt.. Harah 1.1. ,
of North..t tjimru-r and North Hnlof do .. . ._.___._._ ill' 00 1. to bal due 4.1 and wife, llove 1..I.rj.! .1
"Mr.. llal.y Mo.eley andhin.hnii
.hln. Keraey
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It. rrn.l.nJuly
Doesn't hurt bit and Hi*. 28. Tp. 7, 8. Wldo. 'Inmband. H. A. ;
Norlhwmit Qimner. .
a Freeiona Hi .,.. 120 .or.... ....nurd I'Mul II..1. ,.... Mr ......1.' 1'1.l Ihoniaa, do .._..__..__ line 1. to bal Isle ...._n..__..__.. 4050$ .......m.d Mra. Florence do ... BOO .. _... 122.12Aiim. Holder. and T. J. 1I..r' and
costs only a few cents. t'utImc .Id crrtlllmlu. nhall IHI Mr.:: Ix.ln I'. ..iI.O, :_ :::::::::: 1000 Hy amt collected -r nnd wIfe Addle : lint "
--- Holder,. are ilefendanla.
........110," to law, t.. d.d will, l I..ue thiraonon wife llorenc.
A. U. 1U20 Mr.. Ada Shirley do ..u --..-----.-.. 1O 00Mr. Iiir __. _.. .. .. ,'!.., for .4'
rtentcmlM-r, 11 111.1 comml..lonera
thi l.llh d.l y .r 1. to < -- .I "
and M-iil tljl .. Molllc lIcks. do __..... ...____ 1000 54540111.Yijly 0..1..1.0_ front door of Ihe .. Inrllarke : ,1'
Wlln.iw my i.fficllil: ilKHHtur.; M... Polly Ann llhodi-n do ___..__.... 10.00Mr. I County .I MlIhISy.:
the 7th dHX ii! Atitiuit. A 3920.w. t, t.. 1.1 "". _...._.__...- .11'19.01II" llradford, C.iunly, I : '
!T. WEEKS| .. Koiena liinniark do ... ._.._..... 10 onMr. / .. ._ ..__._..._.... the I4.'pten.ler... 2020. .. .m. I. f
Bi-nilfoid On'miyFIaiRinll .. ,...11.. Hi-wlliiH( tin ..___._.__u__. (I 00lbtr I .n.t .11.1. l.h lenal''aali'a day of saul during th.bval .
Circuit Court. I.ii a .
Clirk Ity C. A. KNIGHT >. Millie C. Touchton do .......... Ion | to l.al doe __ ._ _......- _' hour of ..1.. and will ...11 In I ha 4
I Au,. I.
____ ....... 5.1)0
imiiity ClericNOTIC Mr.. fVmia Prevail do 00 and heat for ...h'ln. liani thefollowljiu

f.U.RI-0.11)__._ _.. __ Mr. (lilt (tedium d. -.- ___.-___..... 10.11/11/ |I,. J"',, I. to Ial .T.t.1.".. ..cub._Irhu.1__ .... ..2O'r0 llySll'lit 1,11..1 e.lale. lying" anil be-
.n. Mi Ili-lle( Kit. ItoWrta do _._.____... > 00 .h..I..d
'. .olIeetrt4 ___.._. . _.- .67M( In" In .. .", Florl.la( lo-wllt
E OP API'f.U'ATION FUR TAX DEED Mary fllnulo...... do --_ .-._..___...... 211ft'i Sly amt . ..I..M..I Houlliwert., turner of North.wee.1. .
l'-I'.H: 'WC lION UA OF tilt: I Mnllle( Cox di .__..-. __ __........... 1t.1I0 ,I IFvellne I bal .lue ..---_..__.1181.1'0 | .-"Uuarter| .. of Houlliia.1 Quarter of H'clltmThlrlyn. I
(.F.l' EKAL 8TATUTF8Nnllr. : Klch.rd.on do _00__._......... ton 1 Aiw I. to HondaM..i .!.. In Town.hlpven Boulh. lIllillIb '

:i I la hi-n-hy: .Klvi-n: alhiJo. W: S. Croftpurvhaurr I "Mm <* rl<. Ik-, do _. ._ .. .... ......... *.00Mm. ;I d."I.Irhn.1. . .._ _. .. _.. .I ..t&I" Twenly-two Ka.l thence run North tin feet Ittol,0.
of Tax Ct Z. ilKti-d Ihth I'rarl V. ...... (00Mr July I.'A 1.1 ._ __.___..._ __- Fa.l ami f.'t. thence 1.'h' 210/ ,..
: /nr..d
A. II. huM hem tiled l amid ::::::: soil ".I..d
( ilny of AiwiMt. i ,, Ixaln'Ih. do ------ I 00Mr. :3I We.l c.'iIlli.lo In my office end Iou mail. applloali .. I.livle Tompklni do. __ .. -_____ 10.fifl ', 1..1 15110 .. ..... . __.1.3( 'h'n.containing lhn-o acre.. more or .li.. '
t m tat tan ilid to luun In .tcordanc. with MnK L Than do .. ._ ____._. 1000Mra A. & I. ,t.SinaI Pond IHuIrlet. I ant ,1. M AlVAKI'1 ; i'i'J.

law M.rllm. Anilenon. do .. ....___.__ S.00Mi I Klrelal bal 1 . . _....I87II2I W "NI"WR. JR.
Saul crrllllcnto ..mb....* th. followlni dUo .,. Iln;.' MrU-od. do ._.___..-__._ K 00Mn July I. tn d. ..--.-- 5 fl.A.WEEI.
...IIH'" i-miH-rty, ailimti-d In llradfonl eounly Mlxa: 11111 ilo. or' ----- ..--. ....- H 00 Hy amt "1..1 -- ---------" p.ii.141.0.8 (.4 Inmisuk.ores.

Florida to-wltt Lot J or North Half ofNorthomt Mr. .'.....,.10''''. llo.ler do ___ .--.._... !II> 00Mn I . . -/ -.-
WuRrter. 8.... ItO lp'4. B. H. III E.. < Hinry Ward. do ________.______. 11(1(4( !I Al". rV.l'Hd1"I'lridi.. HVnd--nutrictW -- --- -

611 ...n'.. .1. H. IHikea do ____.__..__.___________ 1000Mm H'. ..0"61.1II SOTUK: OF nilAIIIMAN IAI.I uniler.'I
The alii land li.'lnil ...MIIM<| at Ii,. d.U of MiiKirle. llmwnlnK dii. ___.-_.___ 1000 I July I lo hal dle.. ..-- Thirty day. .r..r dale h._I. .
tbn Irniiiinw of .urh rprtitlr.te In the n.me Mr lIaRI..th( l Walkerdo( . ._.___.__-. & 00 clot collected -----. ---- .- .licnnl ( .. ,1 Ixiln. Parrlnh and Maiiliew

nf (,eo. Wllll ni.. UnlMa laid. ei-rtlllcale I . __ .. 1.,1.10. minor hit.. of M.llhew "Ptrrlah .,
duo . .. II8.111
With You hull IKi-'l>;i'nii.d 1 aeeordinn: t.odW. tan deed lolal -. . .. -.._-- _-. -- __- SnWOO( ". 1. I" lid W. T. WEEKS.ISoKI d.rraeed.. will apply lo 11. Honorable Oeo. A. ,
your fingers I can lift ofl nlll. 1 Im-iio ;I ihi-rnm, on llic of BcptemIMT. Fine and forfeiture FundW CNrk Circuit, ('.. <..r.lliii.r. lounly: Ju.liie .1 llradford .."n' .
; any hard corn aol t corn, or corn bttw.cn A. 11. 1W20.vi .. / "r. anteth. .
: .1. Ft'i-eraon com on fine. .- -- 20.1)4v C. A. KNIOIir.Iienity 1-l.irl.li4. for an order. to sell at private
...__ .....
the tneH and the hard kln callunon front ..' nirtniut .Io".u.* ann Bpal LnlHthe 1 .'..>.._,.n ..... 11 (!_1..m.t..1 4R 0(1Vt Hy .. .nlntli liniivlili-d|' . Interest rack ,.r ...Idminor. 0
I bottom of feet. 7,1 h. ..v uu.tICJ.1\I20.,; ; ; I : ::i. 'fiipemm;: ; ;;; -fM;: ..llnir; |;;'I-i;;:;:;;;; ::-:. 4(1111 I CI..I ...' In .nd to i',e followliu'( d.crllMiil. lan.l. I
W. T. WEEKS. ( __. . 2.nn'----- --. -- .. .. uU_'_ ..... . '._.-__1. I
W W llal.don wanhlna at Jail
A I lOll r.m"ri mi.iu-i-71 i lorla -
tiny bottle of "Frteronc" coAts little Clerk Circuit Court. llradford' ('''''''1.. f'I. . 00 (UI" >ABl> Itillili in .
W W Hnl.ilx Dims rh at Jail ''- 4n I" A"MiNvTrrj! : NnuthrMt Uiinrlir trf Hiiillhwir.t Ounrtrr.nnd
at any drug itorei; apply a few drop I He..11 Hy C. A. KNK.IIT. W W llnl.ihn. (llxliiit. booth. ___. .. I 00M I A& I' $..,lilwest Quarter of Quarter.Hi.rlk .
I upon the corn or CDI \Ja. Instantly it $.i-M-V.tn.: / Ia lit"' Cl<'rki I W n...(ll wit ..... Jim KInK _.__.. SAO r. A. iv;!kc.l(..1..1. work. nv. -officer- 311100 fI. >n 4 IZI and Nttrlhwnt l..uU..t' of North

\ Dtwig hurting, then shortly you lift that iTlt7TTri"vrvToMMissio\FRS" Ida Klnv do ?_ . ... . 00. :e811' Ira T. ..1 ...ne.n. cant vuarlur, Hecllon <081.l 1own.hlp (UI.l.Itimiie
7ufi'8T:! ,
botheraome corn callun off i I l W (,awfl do . .. -. --. . -. 2 "0 Ia'r. H""kli." Ih..1 'J"Jl, lilt), containing 120 aenn. more orI
or right root _
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I I (lit MOM rMUNIi Jll.Y UH W J >fpper>on cane J. I.. KIng Jr II no Powell IN.I -_- J 1.20 1,.. Also lln, ,. acme In the Niirthraal, frt..
and all without bit of I Ineea I I _..__ 1 '
one pain or lor. (..nrrol fund I'. M. Padgett lo .. ..: | of ( Idxtllon (OIJ. Town..hip .

," 'ulyl No humbug 1 Amnmla Thorn.. ranm-r -.n_._.____ JO <>0 Total 111.40 T. .II. 1-inhol.ler do . ... .- .. JJJjh I .pIer (16)No"h..o). ".. I".r.

I Mir Ii M McKnlKht, do S JJ 1I...d--d--liri.;; .;.t.n:; ; F. 'K l'nl'I.1' aal aupl -. .-...00_ ". *J onP. ( HiI. the I.Jn"l II.' ." of .',1,. WH(
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Nmicy Connor du .---_--_ .-::::::::: .? J. W To n,,.nd dim It a II dl.t No. 2 I IIt Popiiell.' tray Vs 114.744 MRS, MOI.I.ItT I'Allltmil.luarillan ( .

..am".o),,' .. .i.. 1 I '.nn'r rival do __ _.__ ..____. SODMartha ACL. Ry tan paid hy comptroller( .. K ""IH.I Ineld' olflc -----------t_ "' I ( for Ixila and Matthew I'.rrl.h. Ml.nora .
2 ltD __ __ .1. II H,. .lieD .- -.. -. J? .
IUKKdo' ----- - -- -- --- I to eounty .- . .._. _.._ -- 842 A3 I tm. ._..._ 7.145.1(41.20.!
Is I I'' ".II 111 III)' ,.i.t.> <'Hf' ' gibe I I. I.. Hniran tb--------------------- LID K" ...."h .... do. dl.t 1 _eo. ____n_ UTS.MI N.II. Htrlekland ._._-_. "" JJ 0
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tit,, Oil i, 1l..l. Iliiiiier iln 40/1 !. rl Mcuheea. rhm II H ilt'1 No 1, v'r ll.rl.our do. -- 1
Uw Ill* Uut- I.UI > II.MN -- ----- --- -- --- J Jrhxnlnth .. .
I ...
I : Hunter d.. .._ ___- ._.__ __ 4 noI R A. I.. fly tam paid by comptrollerto 1.sri Jii.. .1.1. .. ....---- -- 1110 I NO1U: OK AI"'IC'ATWN KIH TAX IIKEHIINIlHl '.I

r ...rJ adding :. flit boiiu It I. tliu Lord Warren Kenu-y do .---..-. .-..--.--- lIMOAttic county . _.____ ..--..118107 Aih.rlc hullIng. hl"h anion nll".ne._ _.._ 01.111 II.c of THE
I who usuullj find collettloiw ioor- I Scott do __._..____.._______.-__ 2./10 K. H Miitthew. rhm lax ..,I.'ml.1 for J. \ )..1. A. Co. Inaurance _.... &. So I l.fNrllAI.: HTATDTFHNntlee
Inline Cinch do _-..._.. __._________ *.<"' Jan I lltJO mld to county .- ." .-. .. ER.12 I I. J Keller t, arhjn. --. .. -. BB.110 I. hInd,? vlvt'n that N, I>. Wynn.lill'ClalI.r I
HoiiHton Vtist.RENEWED. Keller( l. acling| .. _. -- of Tax .,. No. Kill, tinted ;
llnnnnh HarrU du .___._............. t.N/ --- I. J. -- \ / C'.rtll.
Martha VMIkln on do _.___ _..u______ a.n/l/ Tol.l . ._ -__._--.,_.___..S 717 r.. 10.11cr ndV'E: :: : ( the (loll day of ", II. lull( tics filed ':!
W. N Newman du _____.-... _____-. "."'" I A. ( ..III el'rtlflral. In toy olTle. and h.. made aiwtille.tliin f
'isj. II. I). .,...tire. do . _._ __.___. ._.._.___ J.JJ WllH ;"Ail i "llv""rWll'nor( ''n4R'0" Wnla) A-rT" _.. _.._.. ... If Ill for tan' lined to I.MIMI In aeaorlane.with ,
TESTIMONYNo I ( .* a; 1 .law Hald( rerlirtflMU elnhraifea the fol '
M .. Nora llnwlina. du ____._..__..._ 2. MONTH OP Al CI'HT 1 4
flii.an Isilliy do .. ..____________ I"-0 deneral tlrhnnl Fund Airner Harbour lb--------------------- Jo I 1 lowlnv de.rrlhed, ,....,....t". lllilalell In llrad-
-- .. ._ .. 11(1( 't'J
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Martha f.ntlln: do --_____;..._______. a.oo> r A Knight clericnl. ( work .- .---._.__ MOOr 1..1. John do .. ....... . .. ... |! ford .."m'". rlorlila' to-wltt .
man Wrlxhl do --__.___...___._.___ 1.00 : ,i. "'..,."'.11 salary . .. . Or.' .._ 100 Oil( .. H ..., printing . -. 2'1I. I j Honthwi'Mt, Wunrt .., Nurlhweet Quarter, t
Ck.1 Wa.).. Wynn do -.- _--_..__.._._..... 4 no K.: ,II. l-optM-ll( traveling ".. .. .-_. 21).OH / IJrwn. t.arIIlnw ....- - _-_._.. j a'lo I IHurMiunhi Nre.- 2V. 'I',.. 4l. I I. XI K.:. 411 ..r.. The I. .
one. In Starke who suffers b J. C. hue do -- ._--__.._.______.._ 5 'no' iS:. K T'..,.iwll Ineld office . _.. ___ 112 !flIt .. ,,, ( ii. Hank Intereel. A' Hid land Itelnv a..i. .1 at the d.1 of th. laMUinne -
.1. C. Will.am. do ___._____.._____.__ I no 1 .>.a Hprinkle' ( .l.rr alt officer ...____ Ififlflfl( ..ill. mach Co. IiYOifll211 of such eertlflrala In the name of A

ache ieftdatheH or dIHtre..ug Krvln lllnirinlHilham do ._ro ____..... SOD I Tnt "...Inkl.. meld ... _-_________..__ 12 ..- I. Wynn ....t...
try ilia cun afford to Ignore IhU Ni-wman. (.hlldn-n do .___...._..... 1.1111< < ,.. r Powell board wrvlce _.._.._ . H.H"i T.,,.l -.- Ti. ..-- 1fH6 |i inprrlal I I'nlfwe' 1 .aid eertlfirale .h.1 lie redtiemed.ftflonllnii I
I ...._.____ .00Alice ; to law. I. did I.. .
It 111 Martha McDonald do __ t M., I'adwett. do __ -- -_ .. 11 I "n K .I therein .t
'!Iikor Star!:* maaV tv-.c-tcU: ttjrj. llry.nt d'l ._.....__.-.._...___ I3D T M 1-lnhol.ter( do .----.-.-___-___ 32.00tr.dtr.l J I>. Ad.rn.on lnu-r.at 1 . _.- BOO Jill 1: on the Idlh day of Auicu.t. A. I. IV20. 1 I

con ru< u te..t.mi: :ay that no Starke r. c. llyrd d.. __.__________.___..__- 8.00 Co Teletrr.nh( pnntlnir .,_ 147 hoIliirrnuirhfl S' Matthew printing.:::: :::-::: : .*" i i I 1 WltnMi. my dfTlele.) .lirtiature and real thl.
._ ___ ______.._ 4 00 li. AdumiHin Int 2 the Uth day of I)
ltV 1 I.. r. MHvIn) do _---- Aildlna MaeW ('n.. payment En 00 r July A. 1020 ,
.
2Wt'. :,1 Clili u 'u __.._. __ _._.__._ nMallnda M.tihewa printing( ..- J4l" I I I
R.chil Moke. do. - II A. H. Vance printing _.__,,_ __... .. 1'1.311 I .._. W T. WEEKS,
'%\' \ IJal-Jt-n, deputy slur'H: Crlffla do __.._____________ 100Ce.thi.nne bat Koala ..11.1........ ... . ... .. .. .. 1710 ,. M.lthw. do 8 .__. ... _.._... ri-rk Circuit (:u.l. Ilradford County. rlorlda. I'
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____ _______..... 400Manraret ('... ( .on J. I). AdamMin tot 8 ..._ ._ 18 (titoali )
J.. .. .11. I u"1"1 l IJtall'-> Crewa do I'nlon Rchool furnl.hlnir aupplleaBwR ___. |I ) ny C A. KNIGHT, .
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Cimatj 8
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Rolierta do -_- -__u.'h___ I 00 ,..Irord C<. Hank lntere.1 __ ..._.- .. l>4 (IM) City Unlit Plant watw 51 18211''! :
Kidney MIlH about four / )'eru ago Willie Martin do -__..____..______- BOO r M. "h.n.'." te.chln _.______..__._ (MOO II. (i. Plgfore janitor B ::::::::::- :: 55.115 'I.III."t.8.18. Deputy Clerk.UP !

fir of kldniy troub'.o: that i.... .luck NetllM tin -__un.________ 11.00 II II. VUirrln. di _-- ___..-__.__.___ till 00Hell. Plank of Htarka Inat 8 .._ _. .._ 1 i1
d.ArlldtURANC a case Rlehard June do ._.-._.__......_.. 8 con Weeet do ___ -. -.._ ._..__..-_.. ft3.1I0 J. I>. AdamMin Int 4 ......... .. I NoTICE riccnoN
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ooyed me u whole! lot I can tiutli' Mm. Mury Tyr. do _.. ._.________-.. 4 00 Eva WIIII."o( --. ._. __ .. ...__..___ all no F. H. M.llhewa printing ... _._ 8111' fly the power veeted In them hy the IIthol ".
fuJ. --Ithat: H-iiiu entirely cured ... '.....m I>yal do ___..____.n___.-._ II 00 Mr.. It II. Warren do -------v.--- .-.- UK.00 P. H. M.tthewa do B .-. ___ .n....__ .- .*C'"''I I I ,.... of thn HUt. of Flnrldn. th. Hoard. of .
.....__ I I>. Adarnaon Int B .-_ . I'lililla In.truetlon of Mrailford '
&ind Mr' ,. h.r.h Rivdon, ri .. _.. H 00 M..... Hlnkea di.------------------ M no county hereby
i meif tie troub.t-: .n a prompt Hank of Htarka note Co fair ___.__... 715 45 .;..In '.......r.. do -. .- .____Or --._ Bff OOVlrirle .,. II Ad.m.on do S _.-----.. ..--. '.ln or.I''. an election to lie held In UrookerRne-
la t Ignalln..r I flt a great deal C.10.. Knurht, .u,.., rev ._.____.__._.. 3ft,00 ( Iberia do . .. HI OO F.: H. M.tihewa printing S ... ... -- 8.01 elal NuliHichool ,".trl.t No. 11, on Ralurd.y
; :7 iBUUnicntph llmdrord, (.... Tel ...U,,"..,, .herlff .. I so M.I..I. R 'kn betuvery: i way . Adamwin Int 7 __- ... .u..._. .81 trUHteeii and to dit trmln. the amount
: ',>n Ai-n1! 12, 19H Phone cO.: phon. rent ..__.-.. t.ao El.te 191& Mr. Cal..den pad: : W. '1. Week clerk eW. ... .._n___. 11.614 F. H Matthew printing 8 ._ -- J th. of holding said etertlmi
2" ._ pur.
c.," /pn' .1. C Will. CO lihy.lcl.n .. _--_. -_u._ .11 Total! .. ._.- -_ ... .___.__.___...UM.M .. H MatttMwa do II .__ -_ 8./1) the ?olIowln. ._... have been annolntedl
"I love, !had no erosion to use TJoun) IIKidney It. M howling .om toe /aol\ ___...--._ Sit *4 Hpeet.l. Tax ....,rt.. F.e.4 J. II Ad.maon Int II -----------------5). .. ,1. J. Morgan II I'. (.ln.". A. A. Nasal ,
.. 00
8
._____..._ ..__ IT .. ... ...___ '1110I" H Matthew printing ... .
fill" alnce I r. conim iidd K:. M. ,John.. an atty 4 Flne.lo KeynoMU ..hln. 14 1. I. I'OWKUU
... I'
.... ._. ._ ____......_ :. H .... 10 ....__ .. -- 800 I.Oi
John .Mack janitor __ .. ___. if 00 , I. Hl.ckburn do 12 --. 20 Ofl _ .8'1( Chairman untied of 1.,, I nut ruction, Hr.d-
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this remedy before art I mow Doan'8maile Myra llerlonc oVmonatration ...nt -. M 2* . __._
a ci r.. In n.v: case I advise l W. W, ti.l.d'n. dktt tick dip .._ __ ... 10 .._
OaJL.1u.ZAJu.i11 J. W. Moman .uppllea el..k. . _.. 1 BOrtririford I I ('11.. Lli ht flant (llnchl. t _..__._._..- 270Crenw F 8 M.tl.. ... printing I R I'OPrRLL. .
/ ". dney com .. _.______._ B.Oil
.. from do 12
anyone > .r'lIlI M. Tel. With notice. eU ... IS "O" Mf. ('AI.. dl.lnfMtanl I ....... 101..IITelrrraph H Co. Kuirt. and 1
tr'al." .. __.. .on . . Il Ad.mwin lot 12 -------.-- ... II.llfI8.1.
Vluliit} t J\'r tSii: nied'.c'ne) n W. T. Week. Indninir -- 70 printing 10 .. ....... .. 0I : 80(1 '
dnnlers IKin't City Llvht I-lanl IlKhta and water ... R3.31 I I.' M. Norman Inclil 10 _._.________ . 6 ooTelerraph :H. M.tthewa printing. 18 --- ---; OP FINAL "IRC
1'rlce 61)' ". at all N. D. W.lnwrlitht .d...... tail amewior 100 III prlntln I* ------s' nnH B. Mat'hewa do 14 _____.__..._ 8.011t Two NCTI F after dnt. h.r.f. lil- .44

simply a,K for n kMney remt-dy-get Drew Co.' tuppllea. e. ludne .________. 4.OBflrew . W. William. meld 20 _.__...._.._ 400 II Ad.m.on list 14 ::::::::::::--- 1:14I snot "..Mont'hera and final aeeoiint to tH I,
I .t'i-! ra :nt' that I Co. record book _-. -.__..._... 4. W J. 7. flouberly repclra 24 ..._ _.._.. 11<"> I I ri.: Ad.maon do IB ... Kon ( A. ( .' County of
1'P
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fo !k' .. ._ II Oil "ud.
Doan K IB
(eo A. (..,dtne., Inuueat (...). Johmuin t 24 .I II Ke.rtwrouKh materlala 26 u... 410J Y fl M.tt. printing .u. :: llnullMnl. County, Florid., and auk dl.. !
Mr n Ud..i' ho.1 1 'ttfr-MI'burn: Co. 1 W .7. Fiipenon dn .._--.--___ '.'_" 110J II Adamson note 1 -. ...--...- M SO f .... do III .__ ___. -... 800 eharved .< Jrlmlnl.tr.toni of the' eataU I.of
Vtopand by 0_-Cru.h. Co.. CSitoi: ...S !. :* r O. Trader a-rl a..ent .- .. __ ___.__ IU.n ... II Adamnon do t --.--. --.- uu_ 1000 J. Ad.rn.on Ins IB __._--. ..___ 1.tO T>: AlMmatfur. tlnn 1Till. ,t'
Mfr . __ _...... .80
Ad.nwn do 17
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Oeo D llarnard aupplle. clerk" II.VII J, I" Ad.miwn do a 67.20 I .1 I. .
- -- -- --- the iHlh! of June. A n 1920.
... _.._. 800
-- --- piloting 17 ..
.hn loI....a wH Inn ().. Johraon ._ .<>ntlenry I Y I. M.u.
rfO.. ***&v* ; I .. .. do IN ...._ ........_. 800I O J. A'IFRN"T'Y.
$.i.db, free boc*. "Tk. Sion. Tounir on . .. .. .__.._._. i.< '.t r MRS. .
and 1* ".. .< ... APPI.I'ATIU"o"; FOR TAX DEFD John Camutorll do ...___...___.._ 1.00 Why People lluy Kat-Snap; In Pr.-frrcnre I (I. Ail.maon Int II ......._ -.... ..BOI .... nf the C .AIrRNATfT."omlnl..t. . I
XflTK F flf I do _._.___....... BO t. "
OF 1 HE M'*e fin,' do .. 1 00 tii Itat I'oiaon I. l I. Ad..m..n II : f. A..
Bottled in Starke by iVl.fRMTION: .KAI. KTATUTfcH J15 I A M Darby; llirht trlobe.- --:::::::::: 100: I Ii F. rl. Matthew printing 1> ......... 8.00 Deeeueit '- .II..n. 'I;
I ff:
Matthews no. KO .. _._..... 800I
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nnllce, I. .>v.n th.t n W *,*>*... I ((1) RAT SNAP abaolutely kills rats I Adanwin int 20 _. _..____... .10 P4OTl('E <>r FINAL DINCHAIICK (
Coca Cola Bottling Co. nurchii, Tr of tax .ale. eertlUcatM numbered. |i Habitual Conitlpation CuredIn and mire (2)) What it 'Won't kill It S. f' Adamwin do 21 ._._____-... 1.IBK Notice ,I. hereby itlven that aluty days
yvep.rtveIy U3 and 193 .......s b" ..1.. 1.Collretnr 14 to 21 Days'LAXFOS II I Rats killoi! with nat M.ltnewa printing I__..--..... 8.00 from ,fh. flesi publication hereof I will pre- \t
FLA. D' i4rador.I County. Florida. acid I I ncarra away. (3) K: H Matthewa .. tit ..__........._ ..n dent to I''". County Judwe of Hmdford i
STARKE, errtifiatxa brine dat.d AuyuM 5. ISiS. haa WITH PEPS! Is a IPf'Clall Snap leaves no smelt, they dry up m- r. K. Matthew o. I) __. ..__ ._.. Florida. my final account and vniirhrr.Cunt.

Clad .Id ..flhticaUs In m" offl.. and hammad. 1 i prepared SyrupTonto-Laxa'jve for Habitual mic. ((4) Made in cakc no mixing: K W. Matthews .... 1__.. _...___.--. 800 the ..t of J. W. Norman. I.,. o( JlOaffvrilcounty
deed to ecu. In ae.r :' .. _._.. .... 0
.. application! for lax Conaflpatlon. It telieveti promptly but J l> AdamMin Int V7F. i .. and apply foryth* approvaladmlnlatrator.
covdane. with law. 1 with other forxl. ((5> Cat or do ?* H. M.tthowa. printing S4 ....._... 800f. .
The Quinine That Does !Not Alice The MeadBecauae acid:: s.rtIfleatee pe tl..ly .mb...... thefollowlay I I.cJ iihould be taken regularly fur M to 21 day won't touch It. Three *ize*, 3r>c, folic, fl Matthew. d. 2B ..........._... 800 This lath day of Jun., 1020
effect LAXATIVE lends In B..d'o' Counl" Florid.. to induce regular action. It Stimu'ate' and l lb. i'.vl wood 2B( __._.....__...... Bill J K. NORMAN.
BROMO of Itl QUININE tonic and((1.bvt.!OMIVe ,... k. lakim ..-. .t t''1.. data or t''1.. IMu.n. or .urh Rritulatet.! Very Meaaant to Taka. COX( 125. Sold and guaranteed MitcbeiI'aIrug W. F,. T"1 Ineld ill _._.___.__... 7.BO Administrator of the. E.UW of J. W. Nor.man. ,

by anyone without cau.lnl oervouineu or rtnitiMlutlichcad. ..fUlI__ III the ..smA -1..1" b..la" lr bottle. Store and D. C. JoneK. 1. V. M.ttb. printing V._-._. '.0 deeeaaed.Hri 1-15-91-545 I
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 13. 1920
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: Bradford County Telegraph 1 ZIFF
A A A A ..TZig
ANNUAL A A A A A. A A. A A. A. A. A A A. A A. w
r, Ziff, Aug. 13.-Mr. and Mrs W. C.

I 1)); I'nfclinhed Weekly! and entered an setout I Townsend and niece Mr. Iva Sprin-
kle and son, Henry and others of
du. .matt.r .t the p et.c.tfire siSCarke.
;I 'i Lake Butler passed through: here on The
Florida.E. Tuesday nroute to Salt Springs to SALE OF
-Zag Tread .-
w---=r: rN' spend several weeks. ..
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: )4_...'..,.,. sal. Mmttnnilr nwr.t fw !Ai
1 :. 8. MATTHEWS. FxUtor and Owner.1r Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Thomas spent -Uart ..cum.' undo ill l.,".d eundHlon. t

Sunday near LaCrosse, guests of their / 7 .. . ..
.' The \ and \ i> i4 sup .m.
Mrs. W. II. Shaw
sister
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AND
". .i: 1 ,.- 'r, 1'n' n It.pr..rt.. on ban itdfb. of the .Ir. ado' tour Led '
I! TT "I, '. ,.I., ',' \l-5 JL "Hf Chesley Fogg of Graham, was in *" Jdd/i.i" i. nlmiMd' I'trille bur !*...
t our burg Tuesday f>f Hit 'I*,Im T>_" and uralclit Crater
". t I I 1 m. of trod ..* bbS ruhlxrr itudj UitUirt d Air +ir
II I There will be a cemetery workingat .... in kwpinc the wW.la "b..d .."H If ,,; eli

I The Poles lowed the wind and are New Hope cemetery Tuesday August REBUILTTRUCKS.I

t,17:, j ,'hirlwind.J 24th. AH interested try to be .
\1 reaping the -----,-
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,:. present and do their part.
J have Earl the little son of Lacy Prevatt,
The moving picture producers
I' is veri ill this writing.
I worked the wild west the Canadian at
I mounted police and the crime trusts Lacy I'rcvatt spent the week-end at li AI I'' n I'J '

1.I, I to a frazzle. But if they can hold out Wateroak with relatives. ,
'. will be saved Levy Prescott and son, Willie were
a few years longer they
T
When that time comes a lot of high. business visitors to Graham Saturday. I, 1 '

I ; 'priced and aged whiskey will have I I Rev J. W. Woods passed throughour I ; :

r been buried by Palm Beach smuggler burg Sunday en route to Mounte- 3.4 Ton International rebuilt O O ,, O
,? and Bradford county moon hinf'J"1I and .I orha to attend the week's meeting. I ?dl Il'' ,,,Ilm.fIm19hf4, pl, IH

valuable 'I I). I). Thomas spent Tuesday near and
; imaginary hunts for such guaranteed as good as new;
'. hidden treasures may be staged Louise guest of J. W Eddy.

i,' Graham Mrs. Mary Saturday.I'revatt was visiting in_ 36x5 pneumatic tires on all four Three Types of Tires for Three Kinds of Usedon't '

Ralph Stoutamire has lately succeeded
Mr and Mrs. James Padgett and wheels, open express body, cab
to the editorship of the publications The Lee Cord Puncture-Proof
children spent the week-end at Wal- 1 want a truck motor in a touring car
issued by the Extension Division top with storm curtains $450
0 of the College of Agriculture: do, guests of relatives YOU we a different oil in the cylinders than in the 1 For the hardest pole ble service on
r all kinds of roada. A real cord untransmission
Gainesville Bro. Stoutamire is well U. D. Johns, of New River, pasted cash, terms on balance. ? a _aay rtdlneeconumlcalsad.Y' |

\ acquainted with Florida through our burg Wednesday k abaolutaljr "ulI lura.'oot. The eery I

horticulture and animal John Thomas was visiting in the ifferent conditions must be met differently. That is puucturo-pruof cord tire. Dependable

IB anxious to make still 8Prlculture'j Louise! section Saturday. why Lee builds three types of tires for three kinds of uoder aU, couditlonJ." ._ ......... T
John Graham ", J
the already excellent : Thigpen was a visitor to -
is the built The Lee Cord '.,
,' the weekly Information beet rent to Saturday. 3.4 Ton International, 1 1.2 ton uses The right type for your purpose one -4, r .w

I every paper in the state, the Florida J. W. Levy was a business visitor to especially for that use. .'** nFor cruolllns service In town and
I presaf{disseminates more farm lore I Brooker Saturday. differential, 36x6 cord tires on Aa V-, In the country. LM Cord conatruetlon .

than cfc t "papers of any other state Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stokes anddaughter l wheels 36x5 r Consult uToioTiresT"We'll survey the conditions your mokea th.... light riding Urea
s rear : pneumatic
from the vaunt tire
t Mildred, and Mrs C. Lewis, I tires must meet and prescribe the Lee Tire that will practically blowout free *, t rea. aeparatlon,
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! In at) deck's Telegraph was an account pf Brooker, visited at the home of J. tires on front wheels, open express serve beet-the Lee Tire that will give you maximum .ii -wsu. breaking. Internal rlctlun, etc
W. Lewis Sunday.R. you
i bt a !pool yield of bunch grapes Band mad*.
. tn a farm in the northeastern corner B. Thomas was a visitor to body, cab top, storm cur mileage and comfort. v .t-.,

f the county. To our citlzeni Brooker Tuesday The Lee Fabric
> younger: tains excellent condition $500 776.
,
i this Ig a revelation, but to the ZtABCs oVif A Iituky lira that tights mean road

ti b "old-tlmera" it IB nothing new. In I TIIERESSA cash, terms on balance. 3 condition and Invariably wins.Qualitybuilt .
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r the past first one then another had a from lining to tread. !

Rood Buccem with such grapes. The Theressa, Aug. 13.-Mr, and Mrs. good.looking and ai good aa It looks j
. finest Niagaras we have ever seen S. P. GufTord left Saturday night for GRIFFIN I & JOHNS, Starke unrated wltli miles.. of extra aentlce |

I'II{} were grown right in Starke and on their home in Winter Park after ""

rather low land and Concord and spending several days here on a visit
: too, I Ton International used
with friends! Mr. Gufford is great new,
a
" Catawba grapes as good an any have Smile
t, I been grown: all around. Those who' lover of fishing and while here spent slightly as a demonstrator, 35x5 ))

1", to had prune success the with vines grapes properly knew in how therpring several pulling in days a number at Smith of fine'lake trout.enjoying Mr. cord tires front, 36x6 cord tires L E E Tfres atMiles

and Mrs. GufTord resided here about
1ti i growing, and them that that is requires the only skill.part In two years ago and had many friends rear driver's seat, cab topstorm '

: 'r I who were glad to see them. curtains, guaranteed like new; .
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The irrepressible Rube Allyn l isP' Kilmer Woodard was a visitor to
.4 price will take LL: t.NOW.
1 I again: an editor He has entered the Hampton Thursday afternoon. $2,630; $2,300;

;, magazine field and publishes "The I W, A. Jones and Ed Sullivan spent $575 cash, terms on balance. -----
Florida Fisherman, a monthly magazine a few days last week at Magnolialake .

devoted to one of Florida' greatest fishing: and had excellent luck.II. FEELS I

{' Industries and sports" We have E. Moorer was a visitor to Val-

! t received a copy lit It and it is a "dan- dosta Sunday. SOME PLAIN FACTSWhen

' dy.". St. Petersburg is Bro. Allyn's Rev J. B. Crews, of New River, 3.4 Ton International, rebuilt FINE IN THE
' present' abode, and he should be happy filled his appointment at the Christian

4 f among the tarpons and pelicans there. church Sunday.W. now used as service truck, will

t i I When last in the editorial harness he T. Wallace and M. M. Brinson guarantee we invite you to do business with our bank
a lived house boat that had neither mechanical condition
l'' on a were among: those enjoying fishing at you naturally want to know why we should ask you to
anchor nor cables; now he apparently I Smith lake during: the past week Mr. express body, full_ length_ top MORNINGSI I II I do
f lives in a submarine to judge: from an Wallace, landed a nine pound trout 'so.

: I excellent under water picture.. What I among: the smaller ones I with curtains and glass windshield i I
k Rube doesn't know about fishing inn't I Mrs. LOS ANGELES MAN GAINED FIF- We are right here to answer that question, as wellas
Josephine Sullivan of Hampton -
e\' worth knowing:, and our fieherrnon visited relatives here ,during the pneumatic tires $450 TEEN POUNDS TAKING TAN- I any others. It's because we have faith in our institution
I :
: should subscribe for "The 1 lorlclaFlllhl'rman. LAC-TROUBLES: OVERCOMI .
' week-end. cash terms! on balance. and the men interested in it. It's because we
Kyltr King, of Lake Park Ga., is :
I honestly believe we can do as good or better by you
spending: few days here with relatives
f We have lately had the pleasure to and lends.I "Tanlac has not only nd me of my than any other bank in this territory. Our banking

view some of the beneficial effects of Cecil and Oaisy Moore me attending troubles" but has added fifteen pound' facilities are the liest.) We have modern equipment,
I drainage around Baldwin. From the school at 1 Ton to my weight said Joseph A. Dun- ''i
Hampton. International
entirely rebuilt -
( time when "the memory of man run. Arthur Bennett, Henry and Kilmer, mire, of 402 Crocker Street, Log Angeles lIC'eommodatlngofl'ieers., have ample capital and surplus .

w S neth not to the contrary" the Baldwin Woo<1al',1, were among': the visitors to guaranteed as new, 37x5 : Cal :Mr. Dunmire has been a know the needs of the people of this communityand
5 + section has been a good joke on account trusted employe of the Los Angeles
Hiimptori Saturday aftcrnonon. fee] that it is to interest well)) that
.I of the "lowncss"/ of the land Miles Clews, of New River, was a cord tires front, 3CxG new cord Transfer Co., for twenty-seven yearn jour as as ours

curlews and bullfrogs })IlnlIt./: principal visitor here Sunday tires "Before I started taking Tanlac," you should make our bank your bank. If there are
driver's
' \ Inhabitants. Yet the elevation Mrs, I,. A Hall spent a few days rear; seat cab top he continued. "I could not eat a single more questions don't be backward about asking them.

l above the st'a: i ill more than enuogh for I during last week at Orange Heights storm curtains, platform body, meal without my food fermentingand Nothing would please us better.
: good ruinage, and a district for that with relatives. gas forming bad it made me

N purpose was formed. Well placed Canals Mr. arid 1 Mrs. S. B. Woodard were $575: cash terms on balance. miserable. I had rheumatism in my DEPOSITS IN THIS RANK
INSURED) AGAINST
and ditches have carried the water I transacting business in the county right leg so bad at times" I could I

away from the flut land and settlement metropolis Monday hardly get about and at night I was LOSS FROM: ANY CAUSE

' followed. Where the water formerly R. M. King was a visitor to Starke too restless to get much sleep. I had ,

i stood several inches deep during Saturday afternoon. very little appetite and went down so

; ouch a wet season ag this spring Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan and 3-4 Ton International good mechanical fast that I lost fifteen pounds and LAKE BUTLER BANKState

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I and, summer has been, are now flourishing children will leave Saturday for Mil condition solid tires a got so weak 1 could hardly do my

fields of corn and other crops where they will visit her )parents, work. County, District and City Depository
+ s' ''I' The pine lands there are naturally rich 11,1''. and Mrs H C. Peeples. From bargain, $300 cash, terms on the "Well, sir, in spite of the bad condition 1

1} ? 1 and on account of having been' aften they will go to Miami to reside balance. 1 was in I hadn't taken more j I LAKE BUTLER, FLA.

1 covered with water In the spring, have Their irany friends here regret to see than half a bottle of Tanlac before 11

escaped to a great extent the woods them leave. felt a hundred per cent better. Now ,i

, fires so destructive to the humus.There H. S. Roebuck and family of Brooklyn all my sufferings have stopped com

+, ''r i ere millions of acres of such pletely. I can eat three hearty meals said ....In...... belnadated July 2nd. ..911..nd W. T. WEEKS.
with homefolks
here .
were duringthe I Allirimt ISth. 1IUH. respectively, baa filed Clirk of the Circuit Court. Bradford County
I land in Florida that can be made habitable week.end. 3-4 Ton International motor rebuilt every day and sleep like a log at nightI sad eortlfloatee In my office and has made I Florida.

k i and fruitful through drainage: A protracted meeting: will begin on have regained every pound of my< with application 1 law.Bald for tax deed to issue in accordance 111..11 By C. A. KNIGHT.

p 1 the fourth Sunday the 22nd inst., and new oversize pistons, bearings lost weight and am in as good health' I eertlflratea respectively embrarea the 8-U-BI-8-10.- Deputy Clerk....

> I I OUR TURN NEXT Willl'U\1 fot a week or longer. Every. as a man wants to be. I have started following lamia' in Bradford County, Florida NOTICE (IF ELECTION

j body invited to attend" Rev E. C. etc., ,good mechanical condition my daughter taking Tanlac, so you i anamaed at In the the date nnmea of the respectively laaunnce of hereinafter aucheprtlfleaUta 1. C., F. Hoover, mayor of Btarke. Florida,

. A large. number of people are moving Cnlkina will have charge: of the servirt' pneumatic tires, express con see what I think of it." particularly art forth towltlCertiHcate by ,virtue do hereby of the call authority an election vented to be In held me at bylaw
from North Florida to the central Tanlac is sold in Starke by F. L.Turner : No. 212 emhracea the Northeaat the Town the
1. *, assisted by others." Quarter of Southeast Quarter, except IS Hall In the aforesaid town, by
acre
and southern part of the state becauseof 11. S. Roebuck and Simuel Holder body $1,250, terms. ; in Raiford by Weaver Drug See M T... 7, 8 R. 22 E. 22 .c..... aaaeaaed qualified voter therein on
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1U20
the long. growing season offering were transacting business_ __ _____ .in__ the.n_ ,nn coun Co.; in Lake Butler by TomlmsonM Unknown.rertmeat. No 2011 l embraces the West for the imrpoae of electing the following 14 ofll
Halfof
opportunities for a variety of crops hml'honis) Monday .ines Drug Co., and in Worthington W...t Half of Northwest juarti'r A North. ,, eera:
and getting away from the one-crop John Hall spent a few days last by R. T. Taylor.Adv.SYRUP "a.t Quarter of Northeast Quarter of Norih- One One Mayor riurk.
system. But that does not mean that clc went Quarter A East Half of Southeast Quar One Marshal and Collector.
1 w( at Orange Heights with rela tee nf Northeast Quarter of Northwest Quarts -
North Florida offers no attractions for tives.J. 3-.1 Ton International, motor rebuilt East Half of Nnrthraat Quarter of Three One Anaeaaor.One Aldermen..
BARRELSFOR
farmers of the of Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter A
W, flatten of New River visited Northwest Treaaurer.Ilmpectoni .
Quarter of
tion. relatives and friends here Sunday. in perfect condition, solid SALE. TWO CAIILO.AIS. SEE flnuthcaxt Quarter of Northweat Northraat Quarter Quarter of A of said election F. P. Shaflrr
T. N. .'.. .
ry and hog business will yet make the Albert Beck of Hampton, was a tires, driver's seat cab top, etc., OR WRITE ME FOR PRICES II. L. west South Quarter Half of A Southeast Nnrtheant Quarter Quarter of North- In teatlmony Kendrick whereof Julian. 1 .1.hereunto< subsrrlb'my
of Northwent
upper part. of this state a region ofprosperous visitor here Sunday afternoon." FOWLER. LAKE BUTLER FLA. Quarter of Nnrthweat Ouarter A West- name and cause the seal of the aid town
and contented people Our Half nf flouthmat Quarter of tn be hereunto affixed this 10th day of A.
will Northwest
Mr. and Mrs Lawton Baylor and be sold for charges. Quar. puat. 1920.
i advice to land owners there is to hold daughter Ella, and sister, Viola Bay Hill. OP COMPLAINTIn err Hinitheaat of Northwoat Quarter Quarter of Southwest A Went Half of (Seal) C. P. HOOVER.
Quarter of
on to them until they at least the Circuit Court of Florida Northweat H-13.Bt.9-10. Mayor of Btarke, Fla
ran getHonwthing lor
were among those from Brook flchth Judicial Circuit. Bradfort Quarter. Sec 11. Tn. 9. 8. R 22
f near their valut'PlantCity lyn attending: cervices here Sunday. County, in Chancery. E..I'nl'ins...I-S aald Acres aaaeaaed J. D RllthrandL -
eertlflcate NOTICE
ahall be redeemed OF FINAL DISCHARGESxty
J. C. Adklna. .
Complainant.TB
Courier. Charlie Phillips, of New River, was areordlmr to ,law tax deed will Inue thereon" daya after date he<, 1. the undersigned -
Right you a..e. brother. Our noble ht'l'ei'ith homefolks during: the week John Alexander Graham. Jame. on the 13th day of September A. D. 1920. a. administrator of the estate of M
state is all to the good. And because :3-.t Ton International with 1 1-2 ... Oat... Samuel C. ..n.. J. D. Wltn... my olri li end.Daniel M.L the climate is Diversified she is themore I flatten has moved his house ton differential driver's .geat rod... T. W Pitta. John R. Earl Coutw'RradlorrdFCounty. (anfiner. County Judfre. of Bradford County
valuable, as the homeseekercan hold goods to Gainesville where he expects J,.. Chaa Roberta. W. R. Lane Florida.I nf the .Circuit Flor ii,. and ask to be discharged aaadmlnlatrator suet

i take his choice. Years "ago the to reside cab top storm curtains, 36x6: ant.and Krancle I.. McCall Defend '*'''.1\' "y C. A. KNIGHT, Thla the' 6th day of.Auiroat. 1920.

settling up was more even, but the I It appearing by sworn bill filed In the above" 8-n.m.B.ie. Deputy Clerk.NOWF N. E. PEARCE,
great freeze that killed the cord tires on rear wheels, two. ....... th.t the residence of the above named Administrator of Eatate of M. C. Croft I>eceaaed. -
orange OF
,S : SEEDS APPIlrATION 10.1.
defendant., and each of them la unknown FOR TAX DEED 9-e-01-
G trees In northern Florida shifted the and each of them Mina the . ; VNUrR: KFtTlOV 878 OF THE I
Plant Martin's Hy.lYst Seed for wheel semi-trailer, 36x6 cord over of twen I I' .
C.FNFRAL
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greater part. of the settling to the t"- yean It la therefor ordered that ,
Good; Results .., ., Hereby notice la given thatA. A. Futch.rnrnectlCel \Inti.. OTICEall that
the said (.nd.n. and each of them .. and la hereby concerned
chief
south as aim of Florida was Garden and Field Seed for Fall tires platform body, carrying they are hereby required to appear to the or M'** ".1.' ,irtillcatMl numberedCflllertor the city council of the Town of Stark. aittm. (
then thought to be the production of Hill of Complaint Sled In said cause on or before of and Tax at a board of equallaera mada the f"llowlnchanirea '
oranges/: IMantini. Seed Oats Rte llarley. capacity 6,000 pounds; $600 Monday, the Sth day of November, 1920.otherWtae .. being Bradford dated' Cminty'riorldir. said In the tax rolla on file with the tow.aweaeor ,t'.'
Millet. New Turnips the alienation of said bill of eon, filed uuT July 2nd. 1917h" of tax**. Further notice *> given tl,.t
/ Florida is still in an experimentalstage. crop (cash terms balance. plaint will bo taken .. eonfnaed. by said de.fendanta. matle. anpllentinn Certificates in my office and haa the town council will be In _Ion on MondU.Anzuat .
In a decade we will know ('Ilbbn e. Eg1'1:1nt.. I'ef.per. on ..orcl"n., .. with I..for. tax deed to iaaue in acrean.ctlvelv Bth. 1H20. to hear complaint. If any
more. Corn whmtt dairy fanning Mean Peas, Potatoes It I. further ordered that this order be Jtubliahed Said. eenf5rata there be. why the valuation a* fixed br them .1
one a week for twelve eon_utive following embrace the shall not aland. '
I
and cattle and sheep ranching will Sets Largest and Oldest Established week in the Bradford County Telegraph a _d lands* in Bradford Count. Florida. D. C. JONES. '
seek northern Florida and fields Seed House in the State. newapaner pulillahed. In said county and atate ....rtlll.._at in"** *int* of thff IfHUnnc. nr au.h Chairman City CounattAttent '
cane the .
b This lath daj of ..... namm nativetivc ly herein.
SEND Au. A. I) 130 I I af... M. :
FOR I .
FALL
and factories will dot the land CATALOG W. T. .eulMrljT *n "
sugar '
WEEKS (..rtlft..... embnre.iS C. A. FLITCH
scape. It will then have been found, ,, .\NI) SEE) SPECIAL (Oral Clerk Circuit ';'..rt.1 Cor of Southwest Na. 225 A In SW Clerk e.'
By C A. KNIGHT ... Quarter .r Iou'h..t' Qu... J. W. And....... . and
Iota
ter Mo. 8r. -E < V4 feet nf
that our easily grown pecan trees are E. A. :MARTIN SEED ('0.. THE RIDDLE BOYS ",Il-I: t-I1.A. Deputy I"'k.NOTI"E Unkno..n.14. Tp. 8. 8. R. 22 E.. 8 A...... a..eased 8 of Blk 18, original town-From !:<>'"

mon profitable than the bothersome JACKSONVILLE. 1o'1..0UII\ I Certifieate N.. 2M .mhnp'. to 8800. '
OF
APPIICATION FOR TAX DEED Quarter nf Northwest D. W. Alvanta-I-oUi I 8 01 Tllk< 2 In D ,
of the south. And those 8outhea.t
trees
orange -1 I'MHH 8FTION' S7I or Quarter See.
211.
THE I IGfNtRAL S. R. TB. 8. Jones
Ad.I-'rom
I 22 East; 1600 to 1000. .
who went south to make more Mrs J. T. Wills : STATUTES I IHereby 40 area. assessed l Unknown. H. C. Richard I'
money, has spent the past 633 W. Forsyth St. notice la given that Unlou said .."111.._ shall he and t'. L. Turner BloodCaaklna
will return and invest their week in Waldo Alderman and eeeording to l.w. rwlrem.d Adii-From 11000 to '1500.
savingsat with her ton, Jim Wills Futeh purchaiMfre of tax ale certincatea. num. un the I8lh tax deed will Issue Ih..n Mr. Mary P. Shaffer. I lot bounded E b' ti\.
home. and family JACKSONVILLE, FLA. bread rrapeetlvely( 211 and StM tailed by th. Wit,_ m"day.trl.lal 0' IIoop..mh...A.. D. 1920. L. John.. S by Madiaon St. W bMr? !,
tax. collector_ of Bradford County | the stream and _I thla Cb.... N Cookpl'AddFr ..
... " '" *- :.. .d..1 IOlh day ot A..I. A D. 1920. ,,by 11200 C. p.to 81800.a Caaon.. in .;

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FRIDAY. AUGUST 13. 1920 s BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 'STARKE; FLORIDA. PAGE FIVF'

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ment recommends nothing more highly villa, and Mr.'and Mrs W, S. Nabb ANNOUNCEMENTSFor : : U. S. Marine, 3 for ..25Soap

than barium rbonart0iXill: rats. and daughter, Willie Mae, or Sampson Octagon;!: .09

Get It at &:*tt'. Drug Stf>r.: were in our burg Sunday afternoon Marshal and CollectorI Washing Powders, 6 for .25
Mr. and Mrs Jernigan and childrenof hereby announce myself] a candi- White Corn, per sack 14.15

Bits of LocalInformation H. N. Abraham a well known color Clayno, were in town Saturday afternoon date for re-election to the office of Oats, sound, per *k tl-IS**

ed citizen of the Lawtey; section, called visiting friends marshal and collector of the town of Sweet Feed, 0 Moline $',7'%

at the Telegraph office Tuesday and Clarence Scaff was in town visiting Starke. My record is well known to Hay, No. 1 Timothy, per cwt S i r.O

asked< for the privilege! of making a friends Sunday afternoon. all the voters, and if it has met with Compare our prices and good with r

contribution to the Kingsley!: lake road H. 1'. Gainey spent the first of the |! their approval, and they elect me for I others Remember the name and th/; ,

1L1-It fund. He uses the road occasionally week transacting business in Dayto- another term I promise to do my full ]JO! C'e.I'EOJ'LE'S.
t C..M/. P_.... 11..M.u ...,
1 ,.,..... ,. ... c.-v __ T_ during the grape season, and felt that !la. I duty, ai in the past, and work for the I GROCEItCO.., DEPOT
he would like to contribute toward Several of the folks here attendedthe good of Starke. I earnestly solicit the - -

keeping it up. He left his check for chicken pilau cupper at the some support of the voters at the ensuing
1 I
hM r' -- -/rr ('l.r:: to be added to the fund. Abraham of Mr. and Mrs Wade lIanell Wednesday town election SILAS KITE

C. White spent Sunday in Auto topi, cushions and seat covers js .probably the first colored man I night. I h
George with friends. made to order at M. Leviton's in Bradford county to make a voluntarily Mrs. L. R Gainey and daughters PEOPLETGROCERYCOMPANY i
Jacksonville Starke, Fla. 7-23-tf contribution toward the upkeepof Lois and Toledo, spent last week withrelatives Reasons !

a public road. in Georgia.
Ralston andV.. L. Douglas Jos. Wilson, of Starke, kas in our
at Sternberg's. Mrs. W. W, Baisden and daughter,, town Monday Why you should use
Shoes
Jessie Mae, are visiting relatives at BROOK -' CarduL the woman's 4
E. J. Ward has purchased a Briscoe
this week. Ionic lor troubles, ,
Mr. Campbell, of Plant City, pent Mulberry Brouker, Aug. 1?.-Mr. and Mrs. G. Messrs. Jim Douglass and Barney Staple and Fresh Groceries ran be have, been your shown In h

Sunday with his friend, C. A. Mixon. I, B. Colson and son, Resale, motored to Andreu of Alachua, were in town Sat bought from us this week at the following thousands of letters from
Try a pair of Ralston! Shoes: Lake Butler afternoon.Mr. urday night. prices actual users of this medicine
Sunday
Dr. Chace, cf Jacksonville! spent and enjoy foot comfort. Sternberg's. ., and Mrs. Murphy Price were Friends here of Miss Emilie Spink Flour, best made, S R 24 M $2.U who speak. from

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hoov. visitors! to Starke Wednesday after. have received cards announcing her Meat, nice stnakt per Hi ?;!5 personal experience. II
the results obtained by rq
marriage to Mr. William 1'. Kendrickof I.ard, White Cloud. per Hi .26
er Mr. and Mrs .George: O. Livingston, noon. St. Augustine Mist Spink will be Rice, good: whole head ,14 other women have been'for"so manyyears uniformly
of Tampa, came up Thursday to attend Mr.' and Mrs. R. T. Osteenn and remembered here Meal Juliette so
| as one of the teachers and cream, lb .{ifl ROod, why not
Miss Eunice Perkins is visiting relatives of the late Mrs. J. grandchildren Loot, Pauline and
the funeral
of our school a few years ago. Grits, fresh .C1(1! give Cardul a trial?
and friends in Bronson and M. Truby. : Tommie Ostct-n, of Plant City, spent Remember to attend the B. Y. P. U, Sugar! best, granulated Ib .28! h

Otter Creek | I Sunday afternoon with relatives at next Sunday night. The following Coffee, good green, Ib .23 TakeCARDUI

i Jack Howe Is building a large, Graham. program will be rendered: Coffee, can, lb .85
T. B. Browning, a well known far- comfortable house on the Kingsleylake : L. W. Sowell has bought the Doug Subject, Seven Baptist fundamental Evaporated Apples, Fresh, tweetper
mer of the Lawtey section, was in road and when completed it will lass-Andrews barber shop at Alachua Teachings. puff .20 i

town Tuesday, j'I be occupied by himself and family. and expect to move there soon. Leader, Mrs. P. M.iBarefoot., (Rolled Oats no. 1R1*, pkg .20

,. Mrs J. S. Forsyth! and baby, of Song-Choir. Corn' Maryland ewer:, canned .20

Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Alvarez of'I Gingham, 25c at Stumps. 1 'Ziff, were in town Monday morning: I Scripture rending, 1st. Timothy, 4: Tomatoes.. No. 2'. n
Jacksonville, visited relatives here | Percales, 25e at Stump's.Checked Mrs. Lloyd Johns and sons of New 8-10 verses! Garden Peas, canned, per can .18! The Woman's Tonic

during)last week. j Homesprn, 25c at Stump's.The River, attended church here Sunday. Prayer.SongChoir.. Ilrans, Hiring, canned ..16Brans Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, ol
Mrs. E. J. Ward and daughter: Ona
I limas, per Ib ,]&
'Squire Shaffer's advice is!, "change brandof : ,> B. Y. 1'. U. is giving a social Rita pont the week-end in Gaines Reading, Salvation by grave-T. B. Syrup, Peacock, per can .:!(0 Cullen"About, U Va.years, write.ago, I sPI

your brand." There's only one Friday night at the home of H. L.I I ville.Mr. Pinholster. Salmon. Pink Alaska, can .24
,
1 suffered untold
moonshine, 'squire. Brownlee. The entertainment is and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son Reading, Baptism-Hate] Warren. Milk, Borden's, per can .09 misery

der the direction of John un-I', Paul, spent Sunday* afternoon at Gra Reading, The Lord's Supper-Viney Tripe, large fancy canned .86 with female trouble,bearIngdown I

Mrs. John Ritch, of Valdosta, Ga., I chairman of the social committee. ham. Lewis. French prepared mustard, jar .20 h5 pains, headache

has been visiting at the home of Mr. I I Rev Ridenour, of Gainesville, filled Reading, Our rule of faith and Baking Powders large can ,:i.", numbness I

and Mrs. N. T. Ritch. Our sympathy is with W. W. Bais his regular appointment here Sundayat practice-Ruby Crosby. Post ToBKtlos! large pkg ,16 would BO for three weeks ,

den, who must do his own cooking,; and I the Missionary Baptist church. I Duet-Inez Abernathy, T. B. Pin- Jellies, Lippincott'a Brand, glass .20 q almost bent double . .
of Tampa, spent Lucian and Marvin Hazen and John holster. Jams husband went to Dr.
Clifford C. Tatum ;i also "do" for his "guests" this week. ,II large jars .40 My
the week-end with his parents, Mr. 'I Willie feels the truth of the Buying:, Groover, of Gainesville, spent the Reading:, Spiritual Democracies Stuffed Olives, pre bottle .25 tot Cardul . .

anr Mrs. .. M. Tatam. | "What js home without a woman!" ,I weekend here. Lewis Shrivor. i Catsup, Hitter's per bottle 15 After taking about two
T. C. Hazen motored to Graham on
; Reading:, Voluntary Cooperation i Pickles' per bottle ,15 bottles I began going

Summer Millinery is going at Mrs. Traxler had as her guests to I Sunday afternoon. H..R. Brown. I Jello)) Powder, pkg ,18Teas around and when I took
at Sternberg I Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son, Paul, Psalm IV Lubedia Pinholster. Tetley's & Honeymoon I fill
less than cost dinner Thursday Mrs. W. E. Middle- t .rce: bottles I c''uld do
latter of the week with
I spent the part Conclusion choir. Peaches, Fancy Yellow)) halves
ton and sister, Mrs. Jones, of Jacksonville -Song!: by un I aU work." B80OX3H
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Hodges: of Mrs. II. M. Snyder Miss Mildred relatives In Starke. Mr. Howling: of Graham, was In our Potash, ball, 8 for ,26 my
Jacksonville, have been visiting Mr. Howling:, of Jacksonville, and Mr. G. B. Colson was in Stark] > Wednesday town Tuesday. Tobacco, SOc plugs: for 28! I

and Mrs. A.. P. Hoffman. I l. Gerald Middleton. afternoon; Mr. Gainesville, was in town Mon Snuffs, 3 for -J5:!
Misses Edna Baxter and Daisy Lewis day
and little son, I spent the first of the week taking Mrs. L. F. Johns Tuesday at
Bourlay spent ,
Mrs. F. II. Mrs. J. L. Hood and sons! of Mulberry -, I'
relatives in the examinations in Gainesville. the home of her Mr. and Mrs.W.S. .
are visiting been visiting relativesand parents,
of Orlando who had :
I II. C. Surrcncy left Monday to visit :
lake Nabb of
Kingsley I Sampson.
Starke and at friends in Bradford county, returned -
relatives at Odessa and Plant City.
Ben Crosby has positionas
Miss accepted a NlcRB&m
home last Friday.
to their 'I
of Mrs. Gainey is spending!: this week ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ensey, Denmark of Raiford accom- teacher of the Sampson school,
I Mamie ,
Jacksonville, were here last Fridayto : panied them home. with her son, E. S. Gainey, of La- which opened Aug. 2nd. .

attend the funeral of Mrs. J. M. I Crosiie. Dr. Cart'fimt, of Worthington: madea I
Mrs. Garrett and Miss Garrett, of
call here Monday.II. .
Truby. I A first class line of Shirts, Col I
Underwear atSternberg's. I Jacksonville, spent last week here at S. Warren spent Sunday in Jacksonville .
the well] known lars. Ties and I the home of Mr. and Mrs. E, L. Cros- a
Witkovski,
15. R. \ (,
salesman is spending; a va- by.Mre. Dogan Nabb, of Sampson, spent
traveling!: I A
E. L. Crosby is visiting her
E. S. Matthews here
Mrs. Monday
and
with Mr. in fishing than
cation at Kingfley lake. | catching Read "There fish" on is more another page. The brother G. W. Larramore, of St.: Petersburg Maxie Kelly, of New River, was In "Small size Michelinn are made of the '1'

I :of farce who often meddles, I who is very ill with cancerof our town Sunday morning: visiting hit name quality materials by the name '

Miss Do.rothy Edwards, of Gaines- with genius: the affairs ,of Starke people, had I the liver grandmother, Mrs. S. J. Kelly careful workmen In Ihcvjiame modern ,

ville and Mr. Morgan Richard, of another inning: when he led two of ourprominent : G. W. liovill has purchased the farm Frazier Shaw, of Mobile, Ala., IH factory that have made Michelin M

Jacksonville, are guests! of Mw : citizens astray in the woodon ''flt. R. Brown. home on a visit to his mother, Mrs.J. Itlng.iiliaiied. Tube end other Mlche-
Kingslcy lake.Rev Flor'I'I| Clyde Shaw and Miss Thomas, of R. Shaw. tin product famous
cnee Matthews, at a dark night. ; H
the I
Cooter Pond were married at Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sowell and

T. L. Z. Barr, of Dade City'' H. E. Golphin of Olustee, was in courthouse in Gainesville Tuesday afternoon children, of Cooter Pond, spent Saturday I'f'H 1
the funeral Only a few friends were here, tho home of the for
at .
was called here to officiate Starke :Monday. While here he bought: at q -
S. A. Bryan and whilein fine pedigreedblack present. nier'ft parents, Mr. and Mrs' A, J. fr't' ( 7i
Mrs Alvarez
of of D. '\. n
Allen Connelly of Cooter Pond, was
home of Sowell.!
the
town was a guest at I mllre.I In town Saturday. __ __ rA _. ... r.h *' ? ktm;
W. E. Middleton. II I r> | 1v .
Dr and Mrs. ,
I I of Lucian, Ralph Louise and Myrtle TO THE I'UIIUCMr. y
I I The interesting little children
Hazc spent Sunday with relatives al
J. W. Killian, who came here Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Edwards, of this

to attend the funeral of his mo- city, Hallie Elaine and Elbort Middle- Graham.Miss Addle and Gladys Hall, of \\ J, riohannan, of Green Cove SMITH'S GARAGE

ther-in-law, Mrs. J. M. Truby, returned ton, 4-monthB old twins had their pictures Gainesville, spent Sunday here with Springs;!: distributor of the famousWatkins'
Sunday to his home in Williams- in Sunday's Times-Union. products, consisting: of flavoring Starke Fla. ;
i I relatives extracts, spices, toilet articles, ,
burg, Va. G. W. and G. M. Hasen
Messrs: :
i I I Mrs. Angiu;!: Sternbui'g returned on business in family and stock remedies, etc., will
with spent Monday transacting Ilohannan I -- --- ----------
has around a several weeksin be in Starke thin week Mr. -
S. R. Johns gone ]Monday< after upending: Stin ko.
few days. In will in a few days bi, Uirnted In I
bandaged hand the past Winter Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Drown, of Jackson- Y I)
cutting off a piece of cheese the hand I J. II Sapp's store, near the depot, _
knife and an Sun- where hit goods will be on display.
left
got in the way of the Miss Jeanette Matthews CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I II
I
ugly: gash, requiring five stitches, was day for a visit of several week with Sec him if you need anything in his

the result. | Mrs. C. W. phalker at Camp Grant, I FOR SALF-.7 room house, two lots line. The Watkin's products are well
I
1 this and have given'entire
known in county
returned home Rockford, 111. with water, on South street by H. satisfaction. H-13-21 li Family Success
Mrs N. Sternberg she I L, Hrownlcc $500 cash. Mrs. E.
Sunday from Jacksonville where W. J. Epperson and daughter. Miss W Stewart, Sturke. 7-30-21. ,

had spent several weeks at Riverside !Mrs O. G. Cooper, who has been ALBERT II. FREEMAN, M. I>. :
friends
Hospital. Mrs. Sternberg's quite ill with typhoid fever, is makinga FOR SALE Ford truck, practically

aae glad, indeed, that she is recovering rapid recovery, much to the delight new; one ton; worm drive; stake I PHYSICIAN! AND>> SURGEON! t

so rapidly of her friendns. body and cab; new tires Conxum WALNUT: STREET, NEAR: CALL
I er'B Lumber Co.
Mrs. Ethel Hacket Talbot, who liv- Miss Georgia: Epperson, of Lake STARKE FLORIDA
before her marriage writesto returned home Wednesday FOR SALE-3 new flat bottom row In Starke& 1
ed here Butler I There are many families and around i ,
friend here that she and her family ter a short visit with Miss Eva boats; 1 round bottom rowboat; 2 '
a .Womm'lMrr
I have moved to San Antonio Texas person af'j' used Evinrude Motors. Reasonable t B..u-y Saer.4s r' who have more thm one hunk account at the Hank of

and that her health is greatly improved -\ prices. Consumer's Lumber Co. Starke.: In each instance, each bunk account owner is {

I !Mrs E. II. Eastman has black well known here. We wunt to Ixcoimhetter acquaint "
home\\ from Lake Butler where she LOST-One black cow, one tt
Cloning out Wash Skirts at was the guest: of her sister, Mrs. Chas I yearling and one white yearling, all i-d with the different members of the families who mayor

I tern rg'8. H. Register I unmarked. Suitable reward for in. may not hate an account with UN.
formation. G. C. :Mott, Route 1,

I Mrs J. C. Diggs: Misses Iioris Iris went down to St. Petersburg to I Starke. 8-1 S-4t- t kfi When 'individual member, old and young,*,
Powell and Ruth Diggs: visit the former's sister, Mrs, E. L.
I Scott; Emma bank here, each receives hank service that in helpful
from the University Odom. Mr. Epperacon returned home FOR SALE--New Tison & Joni top
I returned Summer yesterday School at Gainesville, Wednesday but Miss Iris will remain I buggy with side springs; new net his or her Interest' ) are advanced, and thus' t the family

I where they have been studying and for a longer visit.T. of harness D. W. Alvarez's sale A woman' fondoet hope SH to slay aw u unit keeps step' with the advance of each member

I taking examinations for teachers. I barn, Starke. It* young. She often resorts to paints,

I N. Limbaugh: has added his con powders and rc'"It'ti''M' to hid heryears. We want more of the families of Starke and Hrad-

I R. T. Bardin, a former citizen ofNew tribution to the work on the Kiiufiil WANTED TO BUY-Ford automo- Home: women Jay large sums to ford County to join our "Family of Depositorn."
I Pine Mount. road. The recent rains have I bile with self starter; must be a the belief
River now living: at I I lake (O-callml l "Beauty Portore" in -
week the road bargain and in good condition IX /
I Suwannee county, was here last made more work on J'Lt'cpsI I that money will Im.V youth. Otherswear
lands with additional contributions (can W Alvarez's sale barn. It
timber and
I looking over Home I i nary girlish dresses, thinking they ran
counI used
"
I returning to Bradford be advantageously I
a view to !:
turpentine busi- CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for fool lime world about. their age. Hut

I ty to engage: in the Mr. and Mrs Reed McMantcr, of ; price and ship your ties of allgrades no one is dw eiveil. The more you try .
ness.
guests during!: the week I to Cress Manufacturing Co., .
were : it ihows.There
Tampa, to bide your age, the more
I Miss Elizabeth and Jennie Hughes of Mrs. McMaster's aunt, Miss Kate Jacksonville, Florida. 8-6-20-lyr U but one thing thai hold old
Friday evening!: Livingston. While here they were Bank of 'Starke
|1 after returne&to Pensacola a.few days with Mrs. : guests: over-night of Mr. and Mrs. E. I FOR SALE-If you want a new buggy ace bark, unit" that Is health. Hlrkm-si I
upending!: runabout berry see In
Hiatt who has S. Matthews at "Elmwood, Kingsley or wagon and weuknoM bring old! OKIearly
Traxler. Vera
B also been her Miss guest, left for her home lake. me.Carriage II. M.Co.Snyder, at Jones Agent Hardware for Hess life. I>r. Tierce's Favorite Prescription THE CmOWINC; HANK
!
Bin Gainesville Sunday Mrs. Traxler 7.23.41' is a buiMing-np medicine for '

Band Robert Lee accompanying her. The rat carries bubonic plague and and .Store.. women. It makes them healthy andstrong E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. CEO c. WHITE Cashier It J 1
other diseases fatal to man !
many for more untimely FOR SALE-Good farm in Wateroak when they suffer from women's
I recorn- has been responsible
Standard Patterns are used death among: human beings: than section, 3 miles west of Lawtey, 20 trouble. It kMix thorn looking young

mended by all who have hand atS'unberK's all the wars of history. The governM : acres, 5 incultivation, also 10 head I I by keeping them well. It i is a woman's
full stock on
them. A of cattle, heavy mule and wagon, 't
and -
frail, the delicate r
the
*"" 1. tonic for
farming: implements. Here is a bar.
____ ___ and who.
$100 Reward $100 gain.: For' terms see or write II. A. those who art nervous dizzy I
B Rev Charles H. AbernathY of Eus.tU fu-- Catarrh I. a !local 4'!.... ,COll41tlon.greatly InOa-, It.1mi Howard, I-awtey, Fla It* .have backache, and dragging pain. GENERAL INSURANCE

Rneral, who of Mrs.came J.to M.officiate Truby was at the a guestnt .ne.d;. HA141asCATARRI4IaL5D1CBI. C0n5Otannn5l: ; .WANTED-:Man with team or auto Favorite Prescription,without|, U particle,altogether of \ HAROLD C. WALL j r rj
and a
T.
and Mrs. E. Inl.rn.lly and .ct. th.'ou<< vegot&ble
the home of Dr. t.k.n aurrsces of the "y. who can give bond to sell 137 Watkins -
m r -npbell. Rev. and )Mrs. Abernathyhave t.m.Blooll on HALL'S the Mlleo"CATARRH ateiICIP.Y51v,1 : : home and farm products. Biggest alcohol. It It pate to take. Try it

number. of friends in Starke will the the. .' ..trengiht'vh"an rovlnlth. I concern of kind in the world.I1COO now. In tablet or liquid form at ail j I STARKE, FLORIDA I
Rwh< regret to know that they and 5.sias suture in MKiO, yearly Income. Ter for trial '
health
their g.ner51 cue nlC..Rrh to druggists: : or road !tae pacjrAife FIRE LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE )
make tor any : ,
Bh lea,1the' stats to its work n'a/ln in this count Write ''
/ doing : *
Abernathy that HALL'. ATAkI4IaaUI'INO ritory open. of the Ubhtt to Dr. ]l'ij>rc. Iiir.Iid I. I .
fh mt in North Carolina. Mrs. tails to curs.Lru.aeta today to J. R. Wat Dept. .

is now In Asheville and will '. .t.n._, A 1..lrr..t..iII.t.u 'l.......... *"..w. 116, Winona Minn. 8-C-3t'MI Hotel In lislTalo. N. Y. ,
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(soon be joined by her husband. ;

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r PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 18, 1920

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J JAIL DELIVERY "if she ever ]let loose of a dollar" .

1 Just then a small boy burn excited. :
'" T.-n Prisoners Made Escape From Jail Iy in the door. FS
in Gadxdrn County "( '
ley, he shouted "are you patting -
up mama's order of cat meat?"
t. Quincy, Aug. 6.-Ten colored] prisoner "Yeah," replied the butcher, "and __
d en-apod from the Gad den county all I gotta say 1 is-" -I -

I jail here Monday morning when "Unwrap it right away,. arm&unced
' ) .ir Deputy Sheriff Stow was knocked the "
boy. "Kitty's caught a sparrow. I
.p down and had bin pinto! and keys taken -American Legion Weekly. II

.!.' I away from him. Three of the . . l I I
i men have been captured and searehingparties
I are scouring the surrounding And With Eyes Shut I

country in an effort to apprehend the "I am in a great hurry," said the .
,\ other seven. Bloodhounds were secured ald-headed man as he climbed into I II
r. I from Camilla, Ga. to assist in the barber's shair. "Can you cut my I
tho capture. hair if I leave my collar]) on?" ,

1, The prisoners were all in one ]large """"Sure," said the barber as he glanced % I

cell and when Deputy Stow unlocked] at the hiny dome, "even if you
; f. the door early Monday morning for a leave your hat on."-Portland Ex- I . ,

trusty, Julius Coachman, who is a"1 pr.,88.
lowed the freedom of the jail, to cleanup ] .
.
i I I, the cell, the attack on the deputy .
I sheriff was mude. A pail, in which Going t'p JIWhat's I II

the prisoner deposit trash, wan I Mrs. Getaway-Twenty-seven (11)1.1 !
standing just inside the cell door but I ]hers for that ticket! Why, I bought ,

scattered around it were several] empty the same trip last year for $26.1&>0. I
tobacco I'BnR. When the door was Hu"bBnd-But the price of paper
unlocked] a prisoner by name of Ed has advanced since th n-Billings) O1IM

Thomas, came forward to rather up (Mont.) Gazette. ,
the tobacco cans to place in the bucket .
{ . .
while the deputy stood at the door.
fl AB noon as he had! placed the cans in How much will this cloth cost a

the pail' and while in a stooping position yard ?" asked the man who was being :

he made a rush for Stow, stick measured for a suit." j done as much asanqthing

ing him on the knees and overbalancing "Twenty-seven fifty, replied the

him. tailor.

I As soon as this part of the well "H'm," mused the customer "I else to fill '

planned program was complete the guess I don't need a suit. You'd bet I up
F other nine prisoners rushed forward ter just make me up a watch fob." I
\ and before the deputy could regain his lurtow (Da.) Union.Passenger '

equilibrium and draw his pistol] Frank S. . I the houses "
movie
I. r Williams struck him in the face with boardship"I -
(after first night on I II
'
'
j h' \ his tint. While another held] Stow, Ed
J ) say, where have all my
/ Thomas relieved him of his pistol] and "
clothes vanished to?
: keys. The prisoners then rushed
10 Steward: "Where did them
you put
J down the stairs to the outside door, ]last night?" I lOOK at the crowds that ing for something that isn't
and unlock it but found
to ,
+i j that attempted they did not have the right key. put"I them folded in that them cupboard up carefully over there.and" i I J-4 step out of their cars in there when they look for it.

Williams thenwent back stairs
I :"' find demanded of the deputy up that he "I see no cupboard, eir." front of the movies every

t give them the key to the door. When "Are you blind, man ? I mean that I 777
", one with the round glass door to it."
they left him the first time Mr. Stow summer evening.The .
t "Lor' bless] me, sir, that ain't noupboard. for in !
I I I found that the key was still in his What a man pays a
I pocket and he hid it in a cell and when That's the portholeNew ."-

I'>> i Williams returned and with drawn York Globe. > movie managers tire is quality-not a limited

/, pistol demanded that he deliver it, S.
r Stow replied that. he did not have it... Dancer' Beware! would be renting half of their number of miles or the privi-

G Williams cursed him and repeated his
o 1 demand that he ,get it and there was A woman who was too economical to theatres for store space, if it lege of getting a rebate in ,
subscribe for her home
nothing ]left for him to do but to tell paper sent
him where it wan. A few minutes la her little son to borrow the copy taken weren't for the automobile. case the miles don't come '
i by her neighbor. In his haste the boy
: terthe, men were free and made for I
ran four dollar stand of bees the limit
u : a swamp south of town. over a Select your tlretmo 77 up to
At the time of the escape Sheriff anlln ten minutes looked like a warty tordinf to the load

I Gregory was on his way back to De summer squash. His cries reached they have to travel:
It is of Americans
Land to bring back a prisoner, who his) father, who ran to his assistance, typical U. S. Tires are guaranteed
and failing to notice barbed wire In candy or hilly country
had been arrested. for him there. He a
. was telegraphed immediately and returned fence, ran into it, breaking it down, wherever the going: : that they took to the auto- as to quahty-wlth no limitation -
t
ii apt t 3 be heavy-The. ,
cutting a handful of flesh from his
in the afternoon. In the
meantime U. S. Nobby. mobile as a matter of course of mileage.
anatomy and ruining a five dollar pair
)Deputy Stow net to work to cut t I
ors the escape of the prisoners anti! of pants The old cow took advantage For c'-iin: "ry country just as they have to the

noon had posses out hunting for them of the gap in the fence and got into roads-The U. S. Choua. And that holds just as good
The county commissioners were in the cornfield and killed herself eating or Us co. movies and to every otherFor

'i session. and authorized' him to get corn. Hearing. the racket, the mother front wheels for the small car tire as for
bloodhounds from Camilla. ran, upset a four gallon churn of rich The U. S. Plain. great invention of the 1 last
Three of the prisoners were ('RUjlhtMonday ; cream into a basket of kittens, drowning I the biggest U. S. Tire we've
t night; in the nearby country the whole litter. In her hurry : Tor best result*- half century '

The trusty, Coachman, did not attemptto she dropped and broke, past all hope everywhere U. S. got. .There's 'only one standard
escape. He is serving a life sentence. of mending, a twenty-five dollar let I Royal Corda.I' .

Coachman killed another con of false teeth. The baby, ]left alone And the same thirg has of quality with U. S.-and
vict at he prison camp in this county rawled through tho spilled cream and

several months ago and is being belt 1 into the parlor' ruining a twenty alai happened every time. Taking the size of the car has noth-
in jail until the prison commls ion tar carpet. During the excitement

completes an investigation. He was the eldest daughter ran anway with c1 things as they come is a fine ing whatever, to do with it. I
r attacked at the same time the nnsaul the hired man, the dog broke up eleven ] -

II p was made on .Stow. Cherley Williams setting hens, and the calves got i. way to fester waste and cz-
dealt him a blow in the face with hill out and hewed the tails off of four IV I
fist and another of the prisoners J'ot fine shirts. BOWL CORD-NOBBV-atAIN-USOO-PlAIN travagancc.

the strangle hold on him and held him And all to nave fifty cents! We represent U. S. Tires

while tile work of breaking out was Moral: Subscribe for this paper at
, completed. once and protect yourself from such As regards tires, the comein this town. You'll find it

.. ..alamiti.-Lakl'ville (Ind.) Stan.
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lard. back is about due. People worth while to talk to us be-
' LITTLE BITS I

ShockingAn S. arc pretty near through. payfore you buy any: more tires. i

OF HUMORTheir
n j
elderly lady of very prim and

severe aspect was seated next a young I \

Goocl. lltht MeHHnge: couple who were discussing the meritsof

One of our local (- Itz..na tells thl8.tOI'Y their motor ('arll. ; United States
"What color it your body ? asked Tires
and he says it happened at avery the
young man of the girl at hit side, I
prominent homIt occurred in
meaning of course the body uf her I
,
the evening. I and several others were .

' calling As we chatted in the parly motor."Oh, mine is pink. What is ?" I

we heard the patter of little feet at "Mine la brown with wide yours yellow"tripl'l. FORD GARAGE, ST ARKE,' SERVICE GARAGE WALDO
the head of the stair above. The ." ,
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1 mother of this particular home raised This was too much for the old lady. T '"* Maceo Hicks ProprietorAnother
her hand for silence "Hush! The ,
Rising from
the table she exclaimed:
children are going to deliver their!
people
"When young come to asking
I
"
good night she said
,
softly
message each other the color of their bodies

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1 'It always gives feeling of revcrence'to
me 41
at a dinner party it is time I ]left
hear them. They are so the room.-Ex.
much nearer the Creator than we are
and they speak the love that is in their S.

hearts never so fully as when the dark Everything Wrong Sickening Thud er, ture as I telt ye tae, Mrs. Purdie" ,'a speedy
,
i has come. Listen." Then there was amoment Who slept while the ship was at An. "I did that, doctor. I borrowed recovery.
The deals which Mme. Nature hands Probatlonal Reportt'r-Dol'sn't that a W. O. Brooks, of Providence, 'Kit
r of tense silence. Then "Mam this sad and solemn race are certainly story convince you that I've got a chor. barometer frae a neighbor and pu" it ed T. II. Waters Sunday.

ma," came the massage from above, a pity, a horror and disgrace. She good: nose for news? She awoke in dismay on his chest and it said 'verra dry.' I E. B. Bielling and son, Fred, motored -, '
"Willie found. a bl'dbulCl"-Elmore! piles the ocean water kilometers When she heard the mate say, I gied him a pint of beer and he'sgone
twenty City Editor-Not a stick full! to Lake Butler Saturday Z
oy
(Minn.) Eye. "Now hoist up the top sheet and off to work."-Tattler.]
deep, which makes the famous liquid H.
G. business
But it convinces me that you have a I Crawford made a
. spanker. Kingwood W. Va. --
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almost comically cheap. SheIIta..kl good: neck for noose.-Buffalo Ex ( I trip to Lake Butler Tuesday. ;
O. J. C. the plains and mountains twenty press. Journal. MILLER T. II. Waters made a business trifto i
kilometers high' and leaves the S. -
]lie barely knows"" his A. 11. C. S. I Miller, Aug. 13.-T. H. Waters vis Lake Butler last week.
mighty: country doggone dry.Stt'am.oat .
Once there
who believed
was a woman
Nor even wore a II. V. 1) Springs (Colo.) Pilot. Truth Will Out that her husband's folks were i ited his father at Lake Butler, who is I ."-
suffering
with
Until he signed an I. O. U. . . "Where's that infernal proofreader quite as good as hers. Her name was ; Mice Nita Johnson malaria, who fever.has been ASPIRINName '"
?" shouted an irate man with bloodin Eve.-Winamac (Ind.) Democrat.
And he got wise then r. D, Q. Long Distance Call visiting friends and relatives of this
each eye. . .
Mr. Tarzan Jones was sitting downto community for three weeks, returned
So now he buys stuff F. O. B. breakfast 111' certainly would be right hardto Comedy in Make-Up to her home .t White Springs
one morning when he Wed. "Bayer" on Genuine
Unless they send it C. O. 1>. find now, said the editor uneasily. nesday.
was astounded! to see in the pitper an "What's he done this time?" Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stock spent Sat 1
Farmington N. Times-Hustler
( M.)
announcement of his own death. I' "In the advertisement of valve- urday .and Sunday visiting: the former's Denzil Thomas nd G. W. Harrison
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' i He his friend Smith at' my made a businesi
rang
1 up ]less motor he turned the second v into parents at Hays. Stock of all trip to Gainesville
There was a flip young clerk at the once. !" Houston rOIL kinds look good. They came off the last week.
boarding house table. who was always "Hello, Smith! he said "Have you a u wheat pasture in fine shape and now Murray Thoim. made a business
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1 trying to show off. He seldom asked seen the announcement of my deathin are on the rasl.-Plalnville (Kan.) trip to Lake Butler Saturday.
in the usual way to have a thing: the paper?" Enough. Times. Miss Ruby Parrish. who has been

passed. to him but had to get oft' some "Yes," replied Smith. "Where are A big motor attending the teachers training school
powerful slowed .
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1 thing smart. One day when he wanted you speaking from?"-London) Telegraph the car up S. at Gainesville, returned home Satur- ,
as occupant perceived a car ()fvt'ry
the milk he sang out, "Drive the modest lnuendoDorisYes day to spend her vacation I
proportions standing by
cow down this way." The landlady; S. the she I I Mrs. Susan Thomas and ,' ,
roadside in! a rather battered con was furious about son, Algar I '
who sat at the head of the table, call. The High Cost of dition. The the in which the a trip to Lake BUtler day' is Bea't
Language owner of the car was on ; way newspaper reported ]last one I "Bayer Tablets of AspiJln"
rd the maid she handed h..rthe I week !
saying as
: his knees, endeavoring to straighten her marriage. t nine Aspirin proved safe by mill'11'" "
pitcher: "Here, Mary, lead the ('owdllwn "Hey, Bill!" I Messrs. Carl Brown
out some of the parts Helen] it end Earle] Pee. and prescribed by physicians for ovaa
-Did allude to her aJeT | ,
to where the calf I.i bawling.! "What in it? I
"Have an accident, my man?" Doris-Indirectly. It stated that /lVe-.Tct"rrlcd/! h.ome- after spend.i !! twenty years. Accept only an unbrt- q, .
J'ipestone (Minn.) Leader. tire."Your" doctor's out here with a flat queried the man in the big car. Miss Olde and Mr. Yale were married i Galnelville.month at the university at :, ken "Bayer package" which cental* '

I . . "No. thank you" grimly] returnedthe the latter being a well-known collec-' Jeannette proper directions to relieve Headset,
A Penny Saved the"Diagnose the case as flatulency: of other; "just had on ."-Life. tor of antiques.-Houston Post : daughters and Evangeline, the little I I Toothache Earache, Neuralgia, Rl" ?
perimeter and charge him accordingly of Mr.
.. . and Mrs. BE' 1 matism, Colds and Pain. Handy ta
The butcher grumbled angrily to ordered the garage man. .5. I Brown are quite ill at this I 1
'boxes cent
,
a I. .. t himself ae he put up the ten-cent meat That's the way he does biz."-Chicago Dismay is Right: Took His Temperature"Did They are somewhat improved writing. [' of 12 tablets cost few '
from "Bay i iI
.:u' order. "Cheap skate,' he mutteredt Journal. There I their condition of last I'I Druggists also sell larger ', .
was a young lady named Bank. ;ye tak yer husband's tempera. I very sick, let. We hope they week will but havl 'I Bayer packages.Manufacture" Aspirin.MonoaceticacW is trade mark "; '

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1920 f
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPn.. STARKE FLORIDA. rAGE THREE 1
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- -- '---1'. to the bite of the rattlesnake by being I I .. : .

News of Florida in Short bitten three times without one days '
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Paragraphs.
I illness, is the unusual experience of . ,I
.. I C. 11. Nelson, who has walked proba I

blyas far as any man in the Unite

I TLiveState NewslTold r States, while traveling: from one town He a actor ;
I to another throughout the South for :"' .' was poor : ,

4aaaaa=a++aaaa --a wa..aa..aaaan/ the last 46 years, sharpening knives

I by Our Exchanges. i and razors.

[ _._ i the Icrylcft '
.. ----- -. -.--- -- --- =- -' The party of American Boy Scouts I Rot
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from Miami, at the International Boy I
A rattlesnake 7 feet long and hav- .
realized $198.78. This was the second Scout Jamboree, in London, England,
ing fifteen rattles was killed'near Ola- bale he sold this season, being paid have established what is said to be a '

la Wedneaday. forty cents for the first and thirty-- world's record in trek-cart competi- i THE OTHER day. AND FINALLY.. . :j, x'

nine for the second. If the boll weevil tion. Eight of the American boys, t HE THOUGHT h.'" tr7.. ,;.
One killed and two mired seriously does 1 WAS la a cigar star '
not do great damage in the competing against a similar Celtic 1:
.
1 Is the result of a collision of an automobile Graceville section there will be a heavy team, covered 500 yards over obstacles TO ACT It out r., .
with two the Dixie AND A man came la. I "
cows on yield of the fleecy staple this sea with a two-wheeled trek-car! '
Highway at Kissimmec.: son. AND HE closed. hit .rAND '',
loaded with tents weighing 400 poundsin :TO BUY cigarettes. t '
two minutes and 63 seconds. The '. MADE hi* face. .'
The sale and transfer of Columbia The 1920 Florida State Fair and team had to unload their carts, get AND HE had a cold. *
College property has finally been Exposition-the largest: of its kind in them over a wall reload them and V SERENE AND calm. \

made and the purchase price, $75,000,, the Southeast-will be held Nov. 18 run through a pool\ of water: Welsh AND WAS so hoarse. .

has been paid over to the authoritiesof to 27. The fair will be bigger and bo's took more than four minutes to AND SMILED. . and looked. '
Lake Cityi. better than of its HE COULDN'T make. ::1
any predecessorsand accomplish the task. 1t .
. ABSOLUTELY CONTENTED!, uh
will provide Floridians and others CLERK understand. .
THE
An effort !is now being made to develop the opportunity of seeing at a glance Federal officers believe that the arrest AND THE clerk said. '

a boulevard drive through Lake the entire state, as well as its future of William A. Jernigan, at Crest. JUST WHAT he wanted. 'r
around a number of lakes in .' . "1 GOT you, Stem"AND !
county con- possibilities agriculture, live stock view. means the breaking up of a ser. .
necting up the cities of Eustis, Ta- and varied industries. es of counterfeiting operations which AND HE got madder. HANDED him.
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vares and Mt. Dora. have puzzled the authorities for several \ '
While Mr. and Mrs. Barnes were months. For some time spurious EVERY ;TIME.: r A PACKAGE of. :

Free delivery of mall was inaugu returning a few nights ago from La- dollars of the year "1904" have been HE DREW a brand. \
rated in Plant City Monday and whileit I belle, a dark object in the road caus- making their appearance in Okaloosa THOSE .CIGARETTECi. .

will require some time to perfect ed-Mr. Barnes to bring the car to a county and in other sections of west HE DIDN'T. want, THAT SATISFY. ,I :t,
the system, the first day's delivery 1 stop. Throwing the search light on Florida Tuesday, acting on a hunch, f
HE POUNDED the CM
moved along in good time. Two deliveries -f the object, an alligator between ten Sheriff Sutton arrested Jerniganand '
are being made daily, 9 a. m., I and twelve feet long was revealed. it is alleged 65 counterfeit silver'dol- AND TRIED to talk. SATISFY YOU alllt'--Th(l' e'en 1r

and 1 p. m. The gator was making rapid time get. tars were found in his possession. No and that and cant-ba-coplexl Domestic tobaccos J'

I ting off the road in the direction, of a die was discovered, although a quantity BUT HE. only. .wheezed. Chesterfield blend s-a-t-i-s-f-y with A

E. O. Gross, scout master of the I nearby stream. of metal such as the dollars were AND HE made signs. every putt! 't
Ft. Myers troop of, Boy Scouts, and made from, was confiscated. And the moisture-proof! glasslne '
two members of the troop have just I A Jacksonville man has invented a WITH HIS fingers. wrapped special package keep J I
,1 perpetual calendar which he claims Don Sloan of Lakeland, is facing a 'em the way you want 'em-nn ,
returned from a trip by canoe from
peculiar situation. lie and his family BUT THEY didn't get or r.Kewiskl full-flavored, firm and f rea h-
:t with one move will instantly
producea
Ft. Myers to Kissimmee, the trip cov- always! ,,
visiting relatives in Birmingham
were '
ering about 500 miles each way and complete calendar for any year, '
requiring six weeks. past, present or future. The inventor and while there parked his car '
who has his device protected by patents on the street according to rules and

in the United States and foreign I regulations. The car remained there
Governor Catts has suspended from countries also claims the calender is for several hours and then it got away j"
,
office S. I. Revell, clerk of the circuit Impervious to He offers sub and ran wild down the streets with no , '
error.
court of Liberty county, it being alleged stantial reward for a one at the wheel, and in its course ofa eskrfidLd '
anyone picking: a ,
that the state found /
auditor a
flaw in the invention. block or more ran over a citizen who
shortage to exist in the funds amount- later died. The jury absolutely exonerated

ing to over $2,600.At Mr. Sloan, as the affair Was I
News has been received that "Tal- Ilj
purely an accident. But he relativesof
Wekiwa Springs in Orange county lahassee Boy" one of the homing pig the man killed by the car have Instituted ( ]

a young: man struck his head on eons recently released at Tallahasseefor suit against Sloan for $50,'- I ..
the ledge of the rock basin in the div- flights to New Haven, Conn., was 000 The suit will be expensive and ]

ing pool and was paralyzed by the the winner of the race, braving covered troublesome and it will very likely Jv/ C _
concussion. It was found that his the distance of 1,035 miles from decide whether a man is responsiblefor I /*****' (_ '
broken. Tallahassee to Longmeadow, Mass.,
back
was the his automobile cuts
in five days and two hours. The second i while the capers owner is not hi charge or _ ....?. 'i.. r'' '.7-\'ftI/.lfJ3I'II/Ii\ / '/ IW'I'j"' t?

The St. Andrews Bay Lumber Co., bird to finish was his brother, when it is not occupied.A i if I I
of St. Andrews, has purchased the Florida Boy, another of the pigeons --- -- - - - -- -- j

timber rights and saw mill of the released at Tallahassee. Another of'' big Roamer automobile loaded hero comes the down-pour Ken-risk! or his icniains. I "!tilt Sniiii:; heats the I H '..t Trap lever; jf

West Bay Naval Stores and Lumber the birds won sixth place. to rapacity with Scgram's Canadian had a rain coat, but Cousin SI did not Cupping his face ho yelled like a I 11ado," Mrs. Emily :Shaw\ :Snye\ t\j',\ '

Company, at St. Andrews. The deal whiskey, smuggled! into this section After getting soaked, and the wind panther with a grindstone on his tail, I "My husband bought $2.00 trap. I ,
Involved $500,000.The More than a million gallons of syrup from the coast, has just been captured making things' miserable and cold, and, stopped to listen Way down I bought a COo box of HAT SNA I*. The .,ttj

are expected to he shipped from a mile south of Ft. Lauderdale on the Cousin SI got out of the boat into and Luck out of the durkm-ss whence we trap only, caught 3 rata but HAT

big land companies are preparing Gadsden county during the coming )Dixie Highway, by two Federal pro- under the warm water of the lake to came a faint hoiloo answer, was heard. SNA! killed 12 In n week I'm never i ,
to build roads! through: the rich season. Last year the shipments to- hibition officers from West Palm keep warm und so aa in a Dimmer not Thank goodness: thought Cousin SI: without HAT SNA1'. Iluckon "I could j

section which has been drained by the talled 720,000:! gallons, but this year Bench. The value of the car and its to get any wetter. Hut the waves soon lip ain't quite dead unywny, else he not rtUoo chickens without it. HAT V; "

Lake Worth drainage district! in order the cane acreage has been increasedmore "cargo": is estimated at $6,000. The drove him back into the boat. By the i-imkln't whoop, hut mil)IIC J part of SNAP comes in oaken. Three sizes "
to place these lands on the market. than 25 per cent and as as the two Keiiural officers had a running time the storm of wind and ruin became him Is miingled. No, his whoops are 15, 115! $1.25 Sold and guaranteed byMitclu'H'i 4 J...:

The expense will be borne by the land crop has been more heavily fertilizerand fight for four miles along the highway eo heavy, the lake waves so getting nearer He's able to move! Drug Store: and D. C, Jones. -I(t t

owners. the yield Is better at this stage of after the load of contraband, during: rough and whitecappcd. that we had When ubout a quarter mile from -- .--- --- --- : rt t

growth, there is every indication the which many shots were fired by the to snoozle( the boat into a shore nook him Si yelled, "Are you hurt?" The Coljs C.mne unp Wed Influenza i if

True bills made public allege that last season record will be passed safe- pursuers and pursued. The big car and crawl I out Into and behind some answer came back like a poultice on a LAXATIVE 11KOMO QUININE T.W" i retnuvi therauM. J f I

four Florida wholesale concerns pro- ]ly. was raptured after a four mile run thick palmetto us protection from the sore toe, "No!" Thnre !I. only on. "Ono no Quuiu\," \It.

fiteered in sugar to the extent of 300 simply because it could not turn cornets gale whistling through our wet Then to my Immense relief Keicnfckl E W. GROVE'S iUno'iir. on boa sun. leSEED
per cent. The concerns are the Con- The body of James S, Male, was as fast as the lighter Buick car clothes. Cold and miserable! We hove In sight and we met, breathing -
solidated Bludwine Bottlers Company, found near his homo in the Miakka occupied by the oflicers. The Federal crouched there a long hour pelted by ''like porpoises Doggunul! Keiennki -

and the Hulsey Bessent Company, of section Sunday with the entire top of sleuths shot off both rear casings on the storm, wondering- torture why looked like several boys the calf }
Jacksonville Eatsum Products Com- his head torn off from the chin up bya we left our happy homes for thisYou !
; the Roamer car before they broughtit run over, You'd a' thought he'd, I been I Plant Martin's Ily-Test Seed for t
pany, Orlando, and Florida Products shotgun. A coroner's jury returneda to a stop, but both occupants of bet there's more hi fishing than caught stealing sheep, ho looked so
results. l
Company, Tampa.Jackllonville verdict that Mr. Male met death at the made their in catching fish. good 9
big car good escape I queer| and funny in the dim starlight.
the hands of unknown parties. Sheriff Cow Teas, $7.150 per. bushel; Velvet ;
the neighboringwoods.. Then with half our day's sport lost Ills voice, too, was queer and strange. "
now the home port of Gates is convinced that Mr. Male we finally landed at the flivver to'' I could hold in no longer arid laughed Hearts, $3.00 per bushel; Sorghum, $.1 it I
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more than thirty of the ships owned was killed by his own gun, accidental "TiiKiin is MORE: IN PISHIM start home. The rain-soaked flivver I no long and loud it hurt nut. Could, per bushel; Hire $fl.!>0 per bushel t

by the shipping board, is experiencinga ly since $22 was found on the body, THAN CATCHING FISU":; would not start. We worked and riot nt.und. It so I sat down In the road Millet $4.2& per bushel. t't\' '
maritime activity that fulfills the discounting the theory that the motive twisted and turned the crank until ex- and Inughim.I Garden! anti Field! Snnds! for summer Y!:

rosiest dreams of the broad-visioned for the alleged murder was robbery. Cousin Si, of Sturke, claims\ to be haunted-and no start. Then we hired Says II. "How in blaze did I lose I anil full "planting.

workers, who have labored for yearsto an old salt expert with rod and reel. a horse and Kerenski rode three you?" !Says he, "When you were Largest and oldest established, seed t{,
( bring the port to its present devel Accompanied by Private E. Cren- lie just loves the wild wood streams und a half miles to get help. About bucking: the cur at that cross road and house In the state. '(f h'
opment. scher, of the Forty-first United States and lakes in a twenty mile circle dark he returned with the expert flivver seemed stalled I got out to push, and, Scud! for seed spuclal arid catalogue.E. ,"

infantry, American army of occupation around his home town, Starke, and Is doctor and he worked on all the you started so blame suddun I couldn't f A. MARTIN SEED CO. "

With large: shipments of steel from Germany, the bodies of Stewart a peripatetic encyclopedia on locali innards until 10 p. m., and got only it get in. I hollered' at you hut you keep JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 't S
the Bethlehem mills arriving by the Ramsaur, of Palatka, and Robert L. ties. Another striking peculiarityabout few sniffs and! snorts, but no start. right on out o' sight and hearing time.. ':

carload at the municipal docks, Jack- Duckworth, of Live Oak, passed thru Cousin Si is that he never tolda And It a ruinin' most of the time. Oh, a wan could say scut." ,;j
sonville, the contractors are in position Jacksonville yesterday. Both were lie in his life about his catjCh of fishas the woes of the fisher man. ThinksI Well I had to take It that way, and I

to go ahead with the erection of members of well known Florida families to number of size, or where he to myself, apostrophizing: the flivver we walked a mile up forward to the J
the superstructure of the bridge. This and will be buried with full mil caught them. His profession is law "Dern your tin hide. If I ever car and rolled Into Starke about 11::31)

material, arriving in template form, itary honors in their home towns being and real estate, and that accounts for get you and me home out of this we'll p. in. DAVISAgrncy I ,,1\ ;

will be put upon barges and towed to the first Florida boys who gave Raid peculiarity or icliosyncracy. both stay there, dern you!" I Cousin Si expected great anxiety I \

the site of the bridge: and put into their lives overseas whose bodies have His friend, Kerenski, is a doctor. Finally at 10:30; p. m. we gave it on the part of his homefolks. us he I <<
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place of special crane! been sent home. and hired neighbor's flivver to Eat 1886
by means A regular allopathy-homcopathlst up a hud told! them positively that hi ,
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doctor according to circumstances. He come home in, and to bring out Dr. 1
would return before night Hut <>
Bog: Gainer, a colored farmer who Having: reached the age of 77 Confederate years, Is like the wise pedagogue: who taught: Anderson next day. I and behold! the house was found vacant INSURANCESTARKE

has a place near Graceville, Hold a survived the Civil War as a immune the world round to those who so believe About seven miles out wn took the i, after turning on every light In JI

bale of cotton last week on which he soldier. proved himself and taught it flat to those whoso wrong load! and soon( found we were I all the rooms. Not a soul found! Hi

believed. He diagnoses: swine and going to Hampton instead of Starko. felt hurt to think that nobody eared >
hypodermically assuages or prevents Cousin Si was driving and! knew whereto I I whether or no some accident had! left 11Ali

DodoSALOHEOS cholera. lie is not rod and reel, but turn arid get right: again: lie had ,This I corpse in the lake or smashed, in ,.,' '
As Dead lic ;
as. ? he is pole and line, can handle a boat to back car at turn, and not being: used i I some ditch along the dark road. ,, '

and is eminent as a fish eater lie to strange car gasoline: feed ker- I I Then he got uneasy and 'phoned i
just enjoys going fishing with old flutcment he stalled and then he turned if knew
j i Sergeant Julian's house they I M
Cousin Si. 'cause he knows he'll get on a little too much juice and shot what had become of Minnie. They answered :nnpllN4ptiKrpWlatplplpltCIgJp1NpS10; ; ; : >) ,

'ern ahead. ,I that she was then serenely ,, :
CASKETS
COFFINS &
On August: 4th. 1020, the signs: zodiacal All was serene and happy again, '' sleeping. This fact let his net f-Importance i

j4la] are in the pedometers, and and we were bowling along In fine down quite a number of And a Full Line of

I I these two homo-bipeds( lit out of style for home. After! going neatly a pegs: So he went to sleep and dreamed 'I Und.rtaA.r.' SuppfraAUTOMOBILE

ill! Starke in a flivver at 4 a. m., and at mile Cousin Si, In conversational tone, all night about hunting for lost --..- ,
first blush of the rosy dawn they are asked Kerenski ho thought we were Kerenskt. HICAKSE l: '

n ill i In the boat on Sand Hill lake going north. No aniwer. With handon Meanwhile Kerenski shouldered the ! Always on hand. The best service ,

This magnificent lake is a gem on the throttle and eye on nothing hut'I suck of trout and went home His at the lowest prices Special ,;'
on the broad bosom of Mother Nature. the road and lilting along at good folks, too, seemed perfectly natlsrU-d attention to telegraph or- \
Three miles long and one mile wide, .speed he asked again In louder tone, whether he came home or not, rm. Registered Embalmer :
drug- surrounded on all sides by high rolling 'fJ() )you think we arc! going( north?" '
Every druggist in town-your druggist and everybody's No 'I lie woke up Austin the next block _
off in the sale of calomel. They : lands with pine and oak growth. answer and had him over to help clean tho DeWllT JONES ; tjJ tjJI '
gist has noticed a great falling To start out fishing around its shores Then, thinking perhaps Kerenskiwag ,, II. I 1J' .

all give the same reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking its just as the dawn is breaking is, to the Imitating Squire in not answeringa I pile Austin of,trout.the celebrated I mean Prof.ornithologist Major STARKE FLA. ,1JptalpClGlpfptplClplptplOipWCldlplplpt
unless he wantedto
lover of nature keen electrifying joy question specially
place. and chairman of the local committee ( ]: ; 'It*
rejuvenating and almost hilarious. Co in in Si yelled! at the top of his I ?I 1\\'
and people know It, while Dodson'sLiver I on lunacy. In his ornithological researches i
"Calomel is dangerous Add to that the sensation of trout after voice, "Do you think we are going tJi
better results," said a ," he has for yean run a bird
and north No
safe gives answer. i
shimmywiggler '
Tone is perfectly trout striking your I spruSSIlmle
lure and the struggle: with and All this time we were going some, ranch on the yellow sands. of Sampson i l' prominent local druggist. : too and, leaving distance behind. luke, making a specialty of tilly-loos rofnnil mnney If PALO niNTMKNT; fiMtla ,
landing the game fish in your boat. 1. But that's neither here nor there. fii'ii In lilntf, Itllnil 'ilnmllnil cjt rruuurliuit, ('le! .. cIuetanuy I,
Then at hungry noon time you stop "Thurideration," think. Cousin; SI I, I ,ell.v., ituhlnil rilm.' anil, run fun t *t '
Liver Tone" Instead 1 "I'll make and with eye The conclusion is that sometimesthere's I '...Uul....." unrr tb VIM nwiiiluiuua.' I'r"1' \
Take "Dodson's in some shady nook on shore, take a you answer f
a dern sight more In fishing:
the road hI Kernnskl '
only for punched ,
swim and cook and eat crisp and fresh
Dodion'a Liver Tone is personally Take a spoonful tt night and wake brown trout, flavored with home-cured -and hit nothing but empty space! I thun I catching fish. "Why II'ut Up With fat fur Yearn. II

' guaranteed by every druggist who up feeling floe; no biliousness, sick bacon, coffee, bread, potatoes, onions, The door of the car was open, too, i __ ____. COUSIN SI. Write N. Windsor Farmer I
headache, acid stomach or constipated and bottle of Florida and Kerenski wan gone: Lost, left "Yearn ago I bought some rat poison -
pickles a syrup
sells It. bottle COlts but a MlTln:
A large Inconvenience I which nearly killed our fine watch tI
bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause for dessert. Then a soothing: pipe and somewhere a mangled corpse 'way
+ few cent., and if I it fail to give easy all the next day hke violent one short hour of absolute relaxationand hack! Consternation, fear, anxiety. I I dog. It so scared us that we suffered '

relief In every cue of liver aluggieh- calomel. Take a dote of calomel] rest-that's what we call living. Great guns! Something must have There will be a cemetery workingat a long time with rats until my neigh t

, nets and constipation, you have only today and tomorrow you will feel Out hello\ That's thunder and happened to Kerenkl! How, when, the Sapp cemetery near Raiford on bor told me about HAT SNAP. That'sthe Ii-
eated. Don't lose where did I lose him? All this flashed I Thursday, August 20th. All who are sure rat killer and a safe one. ,iii
a to ask for back.Dodson1 week, sick aDd Dau. black clouds are rapidly gathering.
money
jour work Take Dodson's Liver We start out fishing again to make the in Cousin Si's perturbed breast as interested requested to come and lenda 3 sizes, 35c, pre and $1.:26! Sold andguaranteed \\1,
Liver Tone is pleasant'tasting a dsy's the and went back on helping hand. by Mitchell's Jru& Store \
Initeai and feel be, full of round hack. to our flivver. Just as we he itojiped car ,
vegetable remedy, Tone MRS. O B. CORDON.RIgN I and D. C. Jones,
purely Mid ambition. begin "> have fine luck catching trout 'the road In a running walk to find ,
rigor -- -
harmless to both children and adulta.


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