Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: August 27, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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 ID: VID04561
Source Institution: University of Florida
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STltliE, FLORIDA FRIDAY Al'CUST!,; 27, 1920. NINE.


\\'e Want Clean Street and Uncon- !More AMENDMENT; TO WASHINGTON BLK BURSTS
laminated Air Candidates Than Usual. For the Cuban Raw Sugar, January 1 Itolitrry, Roswell SUlibed to Death -

Office Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 24.-Governor Quoted Around Twelve Cents j Ity 1 Cliff Ieuglass IliMton, Mass, Aug. 19.-The Pond
before Roberts today certified by mail to bubble has burst. The man who posed t
times Starke
In bygone with ,rot the was The town election which will take Secretary of State Colby Tennessee's Washington, Aug. 2:5: .- Sugar: retail A bloody fracas of M, particularly as a wizard: of finance, who said that '
dry health officer
infected place on Tuesday, Sept. 14th, /seems/ ratification of the woman suffrage prices hive not touched bottom but :' brutal nature took place near the he would pay interest of 60 per cent
used to to the
andy ,
come mayor to excite a little more interest than amendment after receiving from Attorney are certain to drop lower with the home of Thomas Dicks, about nine on all, loan within ninety days, who r
y: this annual event generally does Our General Frank M. Th o mpson' market heavily !glutted and with the miles west of Lake Butler, Friday did it in many instances, making fortunes .
"My: dear air, the cows are again citizens are waking up to the fact an opinion that a writ I issued by Chief stocks fur beyond normal demand, it night, August 20th.a there has I for those who trusted' him and
taking possession of the town. How that something needs to be done to Justice D. L. Lansden of the state was announced by the department of been no examination of the guilty ; millions for himself Is in jail, charged
can I combat typhoid fever when millions stop the retrogressive movement of supreme court last night let aside a justice today. Ignoring appeals) by parties, our information is fl'onh'ar.. I with using the mails to defraud.
of flies arc 'bred in the piles of our own, and the right kind of may lower court order temporarily re refiners and sugar wholesalers for de. 1 say only, the most vital portion being TJio: companies in which he was interested .
manure found along the streets?" or, councIlmen and marshal can do "h'aininathe governor from taking I partmental intervention to stop a further I represented as the dying statement of l, the banks in which he was a
Then the mayor said to the marshal"It much to better matters. The candidates such action. The injunction was"obtained slump in prices, officials statedno j the young. man who van killed. director, are cloned, and auditors going .
is a sin and a shame that our I are also more numerous than by citizens of Nashville opposed action would be taken w relieve ,I Roswell )Dennison Willie Dicks and over his looks ray that he will
pretty town should be converted into common. The aspirants for the dif- to suffrage. the augur dl'alersho had overbought I, Cliff Douglass, all )'oungl11t'n, were never be able to pay his debts unless i '
an Ill-smelling and unsightly cowpen. ferent offices are: Issuance of the writ and the 'governor's and are now losing heavily I engaged in getting out shingle I blocks ,
Let's get the cows out into the woods, For mayor-L. A,, Davis, Jr., arid certification. serves. to trans- "Speculators and others caught in the j and camped in R house near ThamesDicke' i au-thorities
belong." (;. C. Sweat. crush must bear their losses," declare
where they I'
For fer to Washington; the battle oyer legality place. Friday night a quarrelarose ,I I'onzi from his cell sends out word
The marshal would then borrow a councilmen, three tQ f>e voted of ratification. Anti'luffl'aaIlltadeclarl'd od Assistant Attorney General between Douglass and Willie that he' intends to keep bin promises,
hone and a long whip, summon a reg. for-J. F, Colic)', perry Dover D. C. the' American constitutional I I! "They expected) higher prices j I I Dicks about some trifling/ matter and j ji ; to pay those, whose money he still
iment of small boys to help him, and J.Jones W., II. G. Mason, Roscoe McLane, league was prepared to apply to the and are the only ones now yelling forhelp" they came to blow', After the bout I holds, and i Is worried mostly by the
the drive would start. Like as not the White. District of Columbia supreme court | e I was over' Dennison left the house, fact that bin wife, who goon I II to become -
mayor would also mount a horse and For clerk-C. A. Futch. for an order restraining Secretary I Those who buy sugar sparingly l and I I Dicks accompanying htm. They had u mother, hud t<* learn he was in
assist. The cattle were driven to the For treasurer-A, S. Crews Colby from issuing a proclamation declaring only to meet their needs probably will hardly gone a hundred yard before jail, instead of on a business trip.
lakes, where they could get water, For assessor-C. A. Knight. the amendment in effect. So I be rewarded by the saving expected j they were overtaken by Douglass.; How did I'onzl make his millions
and, deprived of energy by the ticks, i For marshal and collector-Silas far as court action in Tennessee n' through lower prices, said Crosby It Douglass stubbed Dennison in the 1U still keeps his secret and insist
it would take a week or two before Kite J. B. Supp. concerned the only thing in prospectfor is significant that Cuban raw,sugar, buck with a pocket knife one time ho did I it by trading In international
they came back, and then another I These candidates have all qualifiedand the untis Is to request the supreme I for delivery in January and l later, Is while Dicks held the victim. Theauthorities
drive would be inaugurated.But hands the of ticket the is made up and in the ; court to rescind, he individual actionof I being quoted at around twelve cents People In the neighborhood heard postage it U 1 impossible coupons.' to have traded say In
the seems to be no civic pride printer, Justice Lansden. The court meets per pound. Government officials are the fracas and hunU'tiod to the scene amounts .running Into millions. Leon
left now. Every night droves of cat I -. I in Knoxville September 20th. : convinced now that the unprecedentedrise They (procured surgical aid for the DcinuHHelis, a tilled Italian, an expertIn
tle come in from the and lieI I HAMPTON recently in sugar was largely ar- wounded ..... ] but
country I Announcement this morning that i I man us as possible, foreign finance and Ponzi'* olllce
down in the unpaved streets and on Justice Lnnsden had issued the writ, tificial and speculative. the Injury was found to Uo so serious manager, declare thatII1II's: secret
the parkways and sidewalks of the Hampton, Aug. 27.-Rance Johns; followed an hour later that the state --- --+-- that Shospital !' Dennimm! was carried to a was merely buying foreign money or-
paved streets. Saturdays, after the of Hampton, has returned home froma ment that the governor had mailed ho NEW CITIZEN ('(lit HAMPTON in Jacksonville, where bu died il.-rs here, sending them to other .,
"white wings" have swept the pavements visit to Jacksonville.Mr. cl'l'tificutIon81 a bombshell in the the following night. countries and there cashing them at [
is the only time of the week and Mrs. P. B. Hunt and daugh.ter camp of the anti-suffrage forces and Mr. J. F. HouKor, of Fabius, Ala., As soon u* information reached the pur value Instead) of at the depleted I'I
when they are clean. The "cards" of I Ethel, attended the railroad picnic an agreeable surprise to the suffragettes. has lately located at Hampton and sheriffs' ofllcc, which was not before rate of exchungo at which foreign
the visitors cooked on the hot pave- at Cordele, Ga., August 19th. They There had been no intimationsuch has engaged in the real estate business. Sunday afternoon Sheriff Eppemon: money i I" held in this country. 1
ments create a disagreeable stench, went from there to Valdosta where a course was planned. Mr. Mouser tells the Telegraphthat and Deputy Baimlen went out there But the authorities, at first xUeptl. ,)-
which completely overpowers the they visited their daughter, Mrs. C. P. Attorney General Thompson filed he spent considerable time and and arrested Cliff Douglass] ui principal cal of Point': story but hesitating to '. '
odors from the flowers, which formerly Sasser, l'eturnlnahome Saturday. the petition for the writ with Justice money in touring Florida in quest ofa in the killing and Will )Dicks a* crest him, until they were positive, "\
used to perfume the town. The Miss Emma flicks was shopping in Lansden last night at his residenceon I location In passing through Bradford accessory. They were lodged In the In was crooked, did not hesitate any '
beauty of the streets is marred by the Starke Friday behalf of Gov. Roberts!, Secretaryof county his attention was attract county jail ut Starke, but waived preliminary longer. after they discovered that Pon. ./
dirt. Passengers getting off the mid Mrs Parker, of LaCrosse, is the State Stevens, and Speaker Andrew/ od by the good-looking! farm lands and examination und will bido In r.i'IIS an ex-convict, that he had erv. i I'
night and the early morning/ trains, guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Todd and Clerk W. M, Carter, of the he decided to cast his lot with us. lie )jail, to nwuit the action of the grand Oil u term in Canada for forgery and
stumbling their way down town Thos. Dyal this week senate, parties to the restraining order settled on Hampton as a place of residence Jury of the fall term of the circuit later in Atlanta penitentiary for trying I I j
among cows and filth and evil smells, Mrs. F, E. Henry and son, Eugene, and has given evidence of his court, which convenes In November.The to smuggle aliens Into tho United ; ,
sometimes believe they are headed the accompanied by Mrs. C. E. Harper, Mr. Thompson argued the case before Faith In this section by purchasing the dead mnn, as well as limas responsible States !
wrong way and have arrived in the left Saturday for an extended trip in the justice and the writ was Hampton Hotel. This property is at for the untimely ending of And that broke Ponzl'n heart! Not I";'
country lanes instead of the town the northern states. They will spendseveral granted. The petition was filed with present under lease, but will be taken bin life, romp from greatly respected that he refused to admit his Identity 1 : I\
streets. weeks with Mr. Henry's father the clerk of the supreme court at 9:65 over on January 1st and thereafter families, and the tragic occurrence, but because the girl hu had married );
Now there is no excuse for this J, P. Henry, of New Church, Va., o'clock this morning and twenty-five operated by him. which has brought sorrowto three the wife whom he, l 1r
state of things, and many Starke cit I after which they will visit relative in 'minute-, later the certification of ratification In the meantime he has engaged actively homes, is much ,It'plon'dI'arlwltile: lavished hU young wealth, hud upon to find out I 'I
izens have asked the Telegraph to say I Philadelphia. They will also visit in was in the mails on its way to in the real estate business and long: months in jail will make mislr- that bu bail 111'81a jail bird. And
that they are tired of it. If the executive New York, Atlantic City, Buffalo, Albany Washington.The his progressive methods are sure to nhle the existence of those whose Mr. I'onzl She Is standing behind t t
department of the town will Washington, Niagara Falls and petitioners, who obtained the secure ninny new settler for that favored thoughtlessness allowed their anger her huxbandI I
take the matter in hand, drives can be ,I other points of interest. They were Injunction: their attorneys and anti. part of our county to get the better of their judgment.METHODIST \
made occasionally to chase the bovines accompanied as far as Jacksonville by suffragists generally were amazed at Mr. HOUKCT is enthusiastic about '.--- '- "I love him. What "duce It Walter
so far out of town that it will bea Messrs. C,. E. Harper and F. E. Hen the coup and the petitioners in a' for Florida and particularly the Hamilton) : what he did long ago ? she demand f 1 i
week or two before they have grand ry.Mr. I mal statement were bitter in their I section, mid says that when )people "And I'm clicking to him now* because \
tated back again. There are only a Davis, of Starke, was transacting criticism of what they termed "high learn of-the possibilities/ of our soil Sunday school, 0:15: u. in. I do not believe that IIP I I" a crook end ,
few plug horses left in town and they business in Hampton Tuesday handed tactics and unprecedented and climate we are sure to have a [Pleaching; n. m, ntnl H p. m. I In think that when' he I III free to do (' ,
would stumble if they should step over I'. M. Geiger and family of Waldo, ; methods involved in the case large influx of new settlers 1 Enworth Lcuguc 7:15: p. m. 'lint Ill! |"It'aol' he will ,prove that ho ;:. :
a log, but drivers from the coun- are moving to his residence on Main j Gov. Roberts would make no statement -- - .- .. - -.-- I'ruyer meeting, Wednesday, H p, in. made his" money !legitimately "and |pay I't
try could be hired to get the cowa out, street and expect to make Hampton I' but suffrage; leaders regardedthe EAST STICK I Preaching; at I.uwloy Friday night; buck those who tru t h,d) him. !I'Im'hl'ntnlly
or the marshal could'vary' his sedentary their future homo. I I battle ended BO far a* the legislatijre ( Aug. 27th, 8 p. m. it wit\ \li'Hrncil' that i V
life with instituting drives by au M. L. Watterson was transacting and the state are concerned and East Starke, Aug 27.-Mr. and Mr J. C. DIC1U Ponzl hUB one of the moat elaborate] t'
tomobiles. The legs of-the small boys business in Gainesville Tuesday.Dr. I 1 prepared to leave. for their homes. Ceo. W. Wiley and Emory Harris, of I'untor., spy systems u 'private citizen: ever .
are as good as ever, and by having I. II, Hunter was attending to There was a general exodus tonight Starke, attended church at Kingnlcy ----- -.-. conceived. He admits/ ho bus paid out t ,
professional business in Graham Monday lake more than u million dullurs to hired,
relays of boys chasing the cows, while Sunday DEA1II: (H- LITTLE BOY ;
other relays, followed along in auto Washington, Aug. 24.-Issuance ofa Newton Strickland, of Sanford, U Informer to keep him posted, oil mattor" >
mobiles, they would give them a J. Allen was in Staike on business proclamation by the state department visiting his brother, C. B. Strickland, Itubl'l1"011'1', ugud five years, i concerning him.
healthy scare of Starke. Saturday. I I formally announcing ratificationby this week died Sunday, August 22nd. Reuben'' The city i III honeycombed' ( with: his t f
Where there is a will, there is away Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Durdpn, of I thrfe-fourts of the states of the Dave Luke, of Baldwin, visited was a son of :Mr. arid Mrs, Leonard,) n''>n. If no IItopl" (," the street to dl"*. |> a'
The little expenses incurred the Tampa, have been guests of his moth. J I federal suffrage amendment Is expected tmmcfolk Saturday and Sunday. Fowler, of Mrooker. The Interment I CullS him, In an instant there Is a Ils- ',
council would pay, and the people er, Mrs. T. J. Durden, this week. I by tho suffrage leaders within Capt. Jones and some of the members took "I Monday! lit the Fowler cem- toner at ono'i hack In hotel waiter i
would gladly pay slightly higher taxes Dr. Middleton, of Starke, made a twenty-four hours. Their predictionwas of the National Guard, paused etery. The bereaved parents have the have near table to listen. to convomn. '
for the pleasure of having civilized professional visit here Sunday. bused on' Secretary Colby's regent through here Sunday enroute to Jack sympathy of all in the (lose of their tlon. On the street reporters are followed Y
surroundings. It is of no use to start Mrs. Rogers, of South Florida is announcement that he, was prepared sonville. Interesting little buy and watched Ponzl has declared
any movement for the advancement of visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to issue the proclamation] ai Quite a crowd of folks from Lawtey -,- ..--- this system has coat him moro i
the town, unless] we first put the townon Thomas Dyal, this week soon an he received the official notification spent tin day at the lake Sunday NO TIME: LOSTN than ono million dollars. I
a town footing. This cannot be Mrs. Alonzo Durden, of Jacksonville ' from Governor Roberts of Tennessee Chun wa well attended throughout -- "It in n c '*finry that I know every. ,
done as long as it is allowed to remain is spending the week with relatives I' which, dispatches from Nashville the week and Home of the interesting B. Hull has a lot fronting/ on the thing that goes on-It I la my bulno, .i, ;
a cattle pen. and friends said, was placed in the mail at service were conducted by Rev. railroad. that Is now producing Its you know. You know It i III vor' funny,
If this should have no effect on the M. L. Andreu, of Leesburg Is spend noon today. F. U. John and Rev. C. E. Saundersof fourth crop for thin year. It was nignorl. The detectives they watch
owert!; that be, there is nothing) to ing a few clays in Hampton this week Sunnyside. first planted in strawberries. In the me so close.. They follow me-they
hinder our young men who have cars, with T. M. Hagan. I Justice Denim Retraining Order Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Strickland visited beginning April beans were planted think I do not know Hut, ail Ponzl ;/
from instituting cattle drives Let's Mrs. Lillian Fulton, of Jacksonville, Washington, Aug. 25,-Justice Sid. Mr. and Mrs (.on7.o Stricklandof between the row of )plants. Before know. Ponzl'. moil watch the dotec- A j
see what can be 8one. delivered a fine lecture at the Metho- dons, of the district supreme court, Clay county Sunday, the beans were off corn was planted tlve and Pond know more about this ..
-*. ---- dist church Sunday evening Her sub I today denied anti-suffrage applicationfor Mrs Maggie Prevatt of Jacksonville, between the beds Before the cornwall detective" than they know about Tonzl. '\\

DOBSON: ject was "Everybody's Business" The a restraining order to prevent 1 Is visiting her mother. thi week laid by cowpuun were sown ba- -... ...... .. .
subject was prayerfully and carefully promulgation of the federal suffrage ---' +- --- tween the corn rows. No more fertilizer .. -
Dobson, Aug. 27.-Quite a pretty handled and was interesting. We hopeto amendment by the state department.The SPECIAL ,\ :MEETINGS': ; : wan used than had been applied( RAIFORDRalford J
home wedding was solemnized Wednesday have her with us again/ I application was filed by counsel to the strawberries i
evening at the home of Mr. Miss !Mabel Reddish, of Starke, was for the American constitutional Prominent among the ministers ox- The pea will soon bo ready forgathering AliI( 27Mrs. Elsie Lee ",
and Mrs. Joseph Andrews when their the guest of relatives and friends last league. pee'ted here for the district Bantixt and I then Mr Hull will Whittcn/ and two attractive children,
daughter, Miss Cora, wa* united in Sunday. I The issuing of a temporary injunction meeting; are Reverends" )K. C J Pick- plunt yet another crop on the lot, Dorothy their home and John Riley, returnedto .
marriage; to Mr. Louis Dobson, of Ben Brannen and, family, of Jacksonville the justice said, would be unwarranted en*, of Lake City; J. W. Mitchell, of making the fifth for the year. This visit. with In Gouigia after a. delightful f
Olustee. The bride wore a becoming returned to their home Tuesday I interference with a purely Jacksonville; O. A. Prevail, of Mid- crop may be strawberries, Irish potatoes friend and relative
dress of white china silk with shoesto after a visit with her mother, Mrs. I administrative act of the secretary of dleburg C. E. Saunders, of Green or vegetables. What's the mat I
match, while the groom wore a M. E. Manlre. state. Dismissal of the proceedings Cove Springs, W. L. Ovonitrwt, of tfr with Bradford county soil arid cll- :Mrs. J. 11. Ritc11: / and children, Ma-
neat suit of blue. Rev Willie Crewsof Mrs. Weeks, of Dade City, is the leaven the way open for the league; to Plant City. Place on the program matt for producing farm stuff? duline and Horzom, retul'nllllllomo on ,
the Olustve section, made this hap- guest of Mrs. Elsie Sparkman this appeal to the District of Columbia are also given Rev K. B. John and ? i Saturday from Jacksonville, whero t I
Py couple man and wife, and their week. court of appeals. Blanchard Law, -Starke, and Rov. FAREWELL: : I'ART'HIt SAM i, they have been visiting during the ,t(
many' friends wish them many aoodwishes Rev. Burke of Waldo, filled his ap- E. I). Buyer, of Lawtey. ANDERSON i Past week !
through life pointment at the Methodist church Washington, Aug. 25.-Application Laymen of the neighboring church. I Mr, K. W. Sweat and children, AI t
The Dobson school opened Monday :Sunday: morning and evening.: for an injunction to restrain Secretary en who will help in the deliberation At their attractive home on Maple left Sunday morning for Cross City, 1.
morning, Miss Catherine Deklc teacher. ----. ..-- .- Colby of the state department, from are Col. J. I';. Futch, J. T. Quigley, F. street, Mr. and Mrs. Albert W Andersen whore they will spend a few day with .j
LABOR INCONSISTENCYA :: promulgating ratification of the fed II. Wilson, It. O. Strong IJ. W. Moors, gave their brother, Sum Anderson friends and relative
Those attending; the annual meeting oral suffrage amendment was filed in W. A. DuboHe, J. F. Kk-kllter, C. A. a farewell party Wednesday Mr. and Mr. W. H. Andrew. John '
at Swift Crock Sunday were! Misses correspondent of the Marufactur- district supreme court today by counsel Crosby, W. Harrell. afternoon of last week. Arthur Andrew were visitor to ; "
Mae and Agnes Johnson, Lessia ers Record call attention to a dispatch for the American constitutional + The time passed pleasantly with Swift Creek Sunday. f
Hurst Ruby and.; Mattie Driegers, from Cleveland to the effect that league Associate Justice Siddon re. BAPTIST games, piano and victrola] music, Mrll.A"JI'l'Ion lU-v. Ware, of Worthington, Ailed !
Susie Hurst, Cassie and Pensie.Hurst, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers quired that authority for ouch procedure served a tempting ,salad' *>ln appointment here at the Baptist .
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oobson, Mr and p/opoHOS to delay the construction he cited and agreed; to hear coun 10 a. m., Sunday school. cours..rfonsi! ting/ of (ice tea, landwich- church Sunday. \ ",
Mrs, Jesse howling, Mr. and Mrs.. M of its proposed 20-story buildingIn I sal or. she_ point during. the day. 11 a. m., morning worship. n, olives, salad and wafer Mrs\ Will! of Worthington, has \ .
j H. Hurst Cleveland "bncaune of the present - -- --+ ---- '- 7 p. m., II. Y. P. U. The yomaIpople of his circle regret accepted a position In the Ari''"\ w*
i John Register: and father, of Lake high cost of building matrtlals, tightness CROSBY LAKE 8 p. m., Evening worship. very much to give up this popular mercantile company, ,
City, visited at the home of Mr. and nf credit and high wagon." Commenting Midweek service, 8 p. m"\\'l'dnea. young gentleman !Mr. and ;Mr. W. fI. Andrews L'wa,
Mr M. II. Hurst Saturday night. on this our correspondent Crosby Lake, ';;;: 27.-Ralph] Williams day -+- Anna Mae, Margaret Anderson were
Mr. and Mrs. Oad Dobbs end children says: whf' has been visiting his uncle A special missionary sermon i I. NOTICE vUitori to KlnA'Rley l lake Sunday j;
| Mr. and Mrs. Noah Shaw and This will interest you on accountof I| P. B. Bryant, ban returned to hi* booked for next Sunday morning at E. :\[. Johnson, of Jacksonville, wa
j .Idren, of Sapp. visited. at the homef the inconsistency of the brotherhood :, home in Lakeland. the cloning moment of the fifth Sunday There will be a cemetery workingat visiting, friend. hero Sunday. 'i
> Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Hurst Saturday and Mr. Gfmpers, whn i while | Misses Ruby and! Gertrude :>fPR.... meeting which meets with S'nrkeBaptiKt Elzyi Chapel cemetery Thursday, W. II. Andrew and Dr. A. J. Johu-
right and attended church at Swift constantly demanding higher wageswhen | of Waldo, and 11811II1'1Ollear Hall and this wwk. Sept. 16th. Everybody come, bring lion were visitor to the county seat
Creek Sunday.Mr somebody rise has to pay them Frank hn, of Hampton, motored to BLANCHARD D. LAW, dinner. and upend the day.M. Monday
1ourt1ullh4'rh,11 they have to this section Sunday. factor M. HALE
and Mrs. Steve Denmark of prove Mr and MRK. Johnny Green and
raiiMed by hiirh Prayer meeting Sunday night will + ---+- .- -. --
Jacksonville, are visiting relatives pay high prices wages I children, of Baker county, were visitor
! and friends in Baker county this weekAPPOINTMENT for thing! they wish to buy." | be held at the homo of H. M. McRae. "HATTKIl: "'1'T THE: EPWOUTH: Rev. J. B. Kooney, presiding elderof here Saturday.Mr. .
; _t. .*._ - - Our correspondent is quite correctIn Mitlll Louise. McRae and brother Arthur LEAGUE: : Jacksonville district, will preachat and Mr. George: Anderson and
BY GOVERNOR this suggestion. The very men attended church at Coring Saturday Lawti-y Sunday at 11 a. m., Aug. family attended church at Swift Creek
j I who are constantly demanding ever- night and Sunday one were "Perreation or WreckCreationWhich :2( th. Will hold quarterly conferenceat Sunday.
[ Tallahasseee. Aug. 24.-The governor increasing wages are at the same guests of Miss Chester Alvarez: ?" Hear this Imp >rtant theme 8 p. m, I Carl Andrew spent the weekendIn
today appointed E. M. Fetch, of f time encouraging inefficiency and lessened I discussed Sunday night at the Ep- .- take' Butler
| Lc-u>y to be constable of districtone t production, and are fighting high expected ft i om the work of Oompen worth I.uaue'VIce, Live/ discussion, Topic, "The Christian Ue >.f Recre Ktlon Nauright, Jack and Ralph
i f-'i they are very largely and his ciowd ?Manufacturers Reci good music, glad hand, chance to aUnn" 2Uh
Bradford county, to fill the tmx- ]J"i e a a Time August at 7:13: I Nauright are spending. : a few day in
Pired term of N. D. Davis, removed. r Mpon-ible. But what else could be rrd. express your opinion If you want to. p m. Jacksonville.


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'. Miss Bertie Thomas spent- Wednesj j Lewis Shriver and Fred Ha
___SL K I day with her sister, Mrs. A. zen, Misses Ruby Crosby, Hazel War. Renfroe of New River, was a ANNUAL

1 r -.. ren, of Starke. ren, Loca Johnson and Eunice Hazen visitor to Lake Butler Monday. .

)11'. and Mrs. J. H. Brown spent spent Sunday afternoon at Worthington Ray Wilson of Columbus City, is

Saturday morning in Clayno ae o:tion again behind the counter of Tomlinson

t. County News Items Friends serenaded Mr. and Mrs. Willie E. T Stewart and E. J. Ward spent & Mamas drug store. SALE OF

Brown Thursday night. the eark-end here with their families. :Mrs. Kinney Townsend is visitingat

i'I = == Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly attended I ]Miss Marguerite Shriver is visitingher Orange Heights.

v Ureftlnf Facts Gathered During the Week. by Our church at Swift Creek Saturday. and fl'itondIlsa, Sarah Jordan, of C. A. Savage is spending the week

,1 Regular Correspondent Sunday. Waycross.Tied tat I home on account of his foot being USED AND

j Melton Kerce, of Five Mile, was Hazen was in Worthington lame.
Mrs. Douglass, of South
Mr. and
, here Sunday.: Thursday afternoon. I
J guests of Mrs. George
Florida are
'I'I .; Misses Odessa Melvin and Erie E. W Carter, of Oxford, spent last family.
Alderman and
.: ', GRAHAM Mr. and Mrs H. E. Moorer and son, Fowler, of New River, spent Sunday Thursday hero with friends. 1 and Mrs. Wells have rented theFowler REBUILTTRUCKS
Cordelc Ga.
I Arthur visitors to ,
I" were here with friends. Hazel and Myers Warren, who have : cottage; and have moved there.
,+ Graham, AUK./: 2i.-o. W. Dyal wa Thursday Mr. and :Mrs Tom Thomas and family been visiting in Jacksonville and also Miss Kate Epperson returned home
a. business visitor to Gainesville Fri. Mrs W. A. Jones spent Friday near of Five Mile spent Sunday here
i i ,. I points in Georgia, returned home last after a visit with Elizabeth Brownleeof
day. Statke with friends. I with his brother, A. J. Thomas. Wednesday night. Starke.

I' ; L, Brown, of Brooker, was here on Calvin Triest, who is employed at, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O. Green and Dr. G. II. Carefoot of Worthington, J. W. Townsend and son, Fritz, re-

': I Thursday looking after business. Dunnellon, spent s few days recently family, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas was in our section Friday afternoon. ,' turned Saturday from a visit to Orange -

Fl r I N: Mesdames Jim Dyal and Alvin Me- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. and family enjoyed a fish fry. at the Dr. A. E. Russell was in Worthington Springs.

,J1 l tI. Kinney spent Wednesday at Louise Triest. Scout Hole Friday. Sunday. :Miss Crystal Armstrong returned

with relatives and friends. I Ed Smith, of Gainesville, spent Sun Evan Hodge spent Sunday after T. C. Hazen spent last week in Vir- from Perry where the has been teaching

;" John Eddy, of Mounteocha, was! In day here with his uncle, S. R. Swindel. noon in New River section. gina and North: Carolina. a B. y, P. U. manual class. ;3-4: Ton International, rebuilt
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown we'
I town on buBinnns Tuesday. I Mrs. W. A. Jones was a visitor to )("member to 'attend the union to Mrs. D. W. Borum spent Sunday in
I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Riley 11 I II and guaranteed as good as
..1'- Mrs. W, II. Johns, Macelcnny; )', | Hampton Saturday. Graham and ''be iK.'d: here Friday, Saturday and I Valdost new;
Saturday Sunday.
. .jg' ""' has been visiting her daughter; Mrs. | M e sJl. M. W. Lee and J. J. Collins -- ------- - j Sunday. I Miss Ruby Phillips\ will spend the I '36x5 pneumatic tires on all four
i '( R. S, Wasdin for the put week. | e>f Lakeside, are keeping the JCI'a t LAWTEY I 11 J. M. Groover made a trip to Worth.ngton winter! in Lake Butler with Mrs. D.

I :' Miss Mary Jane Wa din, of Plant Ci in the move to markets.Dr. es\\ 1 Sunday afternoon.. w. jjorum and WIll auena achool. wheels, open express body, cab

! 1 City, was called to the bedside of her and Mrs. Fortncr of Mel Lawtey, Aug. 27.-Mrs. Paul Dink- Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son Doc Roberta, of Worthington- I 'I lop with storm curtains, $150&:

,; l ulster. Mrs John McKinney, who underwent attended church here Sunday. I ins and two lIttle' children, of Jackson.I spent Sunday afternoon at toyed' to Lake Butler Monday morn-

, an operation at the McKinfctry John Hall wan a visitor to Graham villa, pent several day with relatives Vorthirgton., ; , son was Lorn to Mr. and Mrs.
hospital Sunday. Friday. In Lawtey last week.J. .
i '
J Miss Cason of LaCrosse, Is visitIng Mr. and Mrs J. D. Pry and Mrs. B. Rowe was transacting business LAKE BUTLER Tom Chastain Saturday.Juliar Jacksonville
Loa-voltz of
'I 1 her cousin, MrI. Marzee Jones, .Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton attended in Starke Wednesday. Lake Butler, Aug. 27.-Dr. E. R. i spent the week-end, with homcfolks. ,
: church here Sunday night. Elder H. V. Skipper, of Live Oak, .
this week. .
j tlaishburn, who has been engaged innedical Mr. and Mrs. Sam Singer und children
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Price, of Mrs. J. I!. Moore, of Starke is visiting preached two evenings of lat week at l work at the prison farm I left Sehr.ay for Gainesville, 3-4 Von International, i 1-2 ton
1 ( Brooker, were in our midst Sunday her son, D. W. Moore for a few the town hall. While here he was the ;, stag '
spent Tuesday with his parents, Mr. where the family! will reside in the fu- differential 36x6 cord tires on
of and Mrs. E. E
afternoon. guest Mr. Burney. I
days.We and :Mrs. J. II. Marshburti. ture.
wife of Gainesville regret to sport that Mesdames Miss Joyce Terry returned home | ,
I'rank Stokes and Mrs. D. F. Floyd and children are Rev. S. S. Proctor filled hi. appointment rear wheels, 36x5 pneumatic
spent the week-end with their I C. A. Youngblood anu: II E. Moorerare last week from Lake City, where she'
!I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mann, of Guilford Baldwin to
at Sunday, going
the sick list at this time. itives. tires front wheels
1 Ji parents; on had been visiting re j Jacksonville Monday. on open ex
Rev. Charley Smith left Thursday Hugh; Norton was a visitor to David Durban, Jr., of Jacksonville,
B. Y. P, U. held an interesting program Mrs. C. W. Edward and baby, of press body, cab top, storm curtains
and Thursday. the home of his
r for Natals, Bartow and Mulberry Hampton spent Sunday at pll'I
I Sunday evening, Worthington, are the guests of relatives -
will visit other points before returning Stanton Owsley left Monday for ents, in East Lawtey. ]leader. this week excellent condition, $500
Jacksonville where he will spend a T. and Claudia
J. daughter ,
home Terry ,
: Mr. and Mrs Moss Hewitt, of Wilmer Andrews, returned to her
r Karney Dowling, of Hampton, had few days on business.Mr. were visitors to Staike Thursday Worthington business visitorsto
were ( home
in Jacksonville after
I business here Saturday and Mrs. E. 1.. Sibley, of Ocoee, C. J. Eaton is spending this week Monday a
( I town Saturday visit with her grandmother Mrs N.
Miss Evelyn Bennett who is attend are expected to arrive Saturday on a in Jacksonville, being employed at the i Mrs. J. E. Maines has returned ,
I E. Roberts.
Southeastern Bible College: visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. St. Johns shipyard. '
ing the
]home after spending several days at Mrs. G. W. Alderman is visiting her
( at Auburn, Ga., spent the week-end C. A. Youngblood. Miss Eva Reddish was .a visitor to
Kingsley lake with Mrs. W. J.
Epperson. daughter, Mrs E. It. Marshburn, of
... Woodard few
I with Miss Frances Murrhee. Mrs. S. spent a Starke Wednesday. Chattahoochee. 1 Ton International, new, used
+ Alvin McKinney was a business visitor days this week at Graham and Louise Arthur Pearce went to Sanford Friday .
Mrs F. N. Anderson and children
! to Starke Saturday. with friends and relatives.Mr. and returned home Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. Laufhton, of Statenburg, S. slightly as a demonstrator, o5x5
t were guests; of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Andrews C., is the guest of her sister, !Mrs C.
and Ed Sullivan\ went to
Roy Roberta of Orlando) spent the Mrs. Joseph Allen and children were
Friday, returning to their lame II. Register, this week. cord tires front 36x6 cord tires
of ,
weekend with his parents.Mr Starke Monday to be at the bedside: visitors to Starke Thursday.
r 4' Kirk bus. her sister, Mrs. Crosby, who I Is ill. I.ouisfarr! transacting business In JnrkRonville Saturday. Roy Wilson, of Columbia City, was
and Mrs. J. D. were was
: driver's seat cab
The body of :Mr. Dennison arrived the guest "f his grandmother, Mrs. rear, topstorm
Johnny Williamson was the guestof in Starke Wednesday.Miss .
I mess visitors to Hampton Saturday. here
Sunday afternoon from Jackson.
Miss Mae McKinney of Lake Butler datives at Lulu during the week Eldredge Reddish has ville. Mary E. Werts last week. curtains, guaranteed like new;
The Lake Buller school will
spent. the week with her grandfather ed homo after spending a high
end.Tommy rpturn-I Misses Henrietta Rosenberg Thel open Monday August UOth.: price will take
' 1 who( is very sick Dekle spent Saturday and with friends in Jacksonville. $2,630; $2,300;
4. Mrs Walter Edmondson, of Sampson Sunday at Lake Butler with home If. Connor, of Jacksonville, ma Blair, Allie Andrews and Misses Jim Ritch, of Starke, motored to
folks Tommie Hewitt, John Ervln Dekle Lake Butler Sunday and was a guestof $,175 cash, terms on balance
spent Sunday with her 'parents relatives near Lawtey Sunday.
motored to
Worthington Sunday af his sister Mrs. T. J.
t Mr. and Mrs E. T. Stewart, of D. W. Moore was a visitor to the Miss Mattio Harley wli a visitorto ternoon. Dekle.
Brooker, were in town Sunday after. county scat Sunday morning. Starke Tuesday Maggie Dekle spent the week-end
Mrs. J. T. Davis and son, Julian, of with her mother, Mrs. T. J. Dekle, ,. .
noon. S. R. Swindel had the misfortuneto I Rev. II. J. Thomas of Jacksonville, -.
Valdosta of Mrs D. W .....
are guests r'a
going to Starke Sunday for a visit .w
I Miss Ruby Pinner, of South Jacksonville lose. a fine horse Monday I was a visitor here during the week. Borum. with relatives I a-1 Ton International, rebuilt,
h visiting her uncle, J. 1)Kirk. -----+T- I
., end.The Lewis Ritch and Mrs. of .
o 7.IFPZitI' Whitten Misses Dora Scarborough and Mildred
= Lawtey baseball club which recently now used as service truck, will
l Raiford motored to Lake Butler Sunday -
Gillespie are visiting friends at
4 MisHes Ida Dowling; and Ruth Jones reorganized, is rapidly getting
for visit with .
: of Jacksonville, were'here Saturday Aug. 27.-:Mr.[ and Mrs. E. J. in good form. The first game of the ) a !Mrs T. J. Dekle.A. Guilford this week. guarantee, mechanical condition,
I. L. Ogden was a business visitor Lewis of Pine Hill, spent Saturdaywith Reason was played in Pulatka, Palat- I j C. Strickland spent Sunday In Elsie B. Gillespie spent the weekend

to !Sampson': Saturday their sister, Mrs' Mary Thomas. ka winning 13 to 1. The second game''j Jacksonville at home, returning to her schoolat express body, fulL length_ top

: Chesley Fogg spent the 'weekendIn Purvis Lewis and sister, Opal, were was played with the Callahan club Wiley Kelley and son, Eustis, of Guilford Sunday. with curtains and windshield
Micanopy looking after business In- guests of Mrs. Ethel Dennison at last week the score being 4 to 3 in I j New River, were trading in town on Lester Johns, of New River, was a glass

tcrents. I Midway last week-end. t favor of Callahan. Thursday the club !Monday! business visitor to Lake Butler Sat I I pneumatic tires, $150:)
and Mrs. Jesse of
Sim Thomas and family; of Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thigpen of went to High Springs The score was Dowling, urday.
have occupied the Davis cottage. Micanopy, spent last week with their (6 t to 2 in favor of Lawtey. Louis Hub. Raiford, were visiting relatives in Allen Hale, of Worthington, was ', cash terms on balance.

; Mrs. Roy McKinney and littlo son, m..tht'I'Irs.: Thigpen. bard and James was) the battery for Lake Butler Monday greeting friends in Lake Butler Sunday -

I ;,' ", Eugene, are visiting her mother, Mrs .J, W. Lewis attended the annual Lawtey. Hubbard struck out 14 men. Mrs. J. R. Brooks, of Miami, is the .
of Mrs. Dan
guest Forsyth this week. .
Sparks, at Mounteocha, this week. meeting at Mt. Zion. We have a good team in Lawtey but
t1 :. A crowd Af our young; folks enjoyed Abe and Hubert Crosby, of Brook- are out of form not having: played for Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Harrell are located FOR SALE

t; '. a fishing trip Tuesday ol'r. were In our burg Sunday., three years. We feel satisfied that In the Ball cottage, recently' 1920 !Model Ford Touring Car, with 1 :Ton International, entirely rebuilt

r Mrs. Goo. Stone, of St. Augustine, Purvis Lewis was a business visitorto with a little more practice they will purchased by Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle Srlf-BtarUr.' Smith/a Garage.
Mr. and !Mrs Preston guaranteed 37x5
Brooker Williams and as new,
; ia visiting relatives this week. Saturday. make its interesting for any amateur
i ., Edith and Hubert Brown are visiting Mrs Lois Thignen iv very ill with club in the state. grandson; Clyde Loadholtz of New WttODLAWN cord tires front, 36x6 new cord
__ River, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
; relatives atvSampxon this week malarial fever at her mother's home, -- --_ fY -

John Surrcncy, Uufus Jones andy Mrs. Thigpen.Dr. BROOK ER Willie Williams. Woodlawn, Aug. 27.-E. Kite, of tires rear; driver's seat cab top,
wife visited Ruiford Sunday. I Carefoot of Worthington, wasa !Mrs Bohannan of Macclenny, is the Jacksonville, spent last week here on

Kills Starling, ,of Ft. White, visited caller In ourbur' Thursday.J. Brooker, Au*. 27.-Mr.- and Mrs. !guest of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Williams business, returning home Saturday. storm curtains, platform body,

"' -,' his sisters here Saturday I B. Thomas was a visitor to Wal L. M. Hodges, after a stay of some this week.W. Mr. and Mrs J. S. Norman were
is: '(. Irvin Dyal was a business. visitor do Thursday.Mr. length with the latter's parents, Mr. C. Armstrong spent the weekend shopping in Starke Saturday.Miss $575 cash terms on balance.

I to Starke last wnek. I and Mrs J W. Kelley and baby and Mrs D. W. Kelly, and sister, Mrs. at Crystal River. Elva Starling, of Jacksonville,
Messrs Frank Abernathy and Gei1 I attended the annual meeting at Mt. A. A. Hazen left Tuesday for Ferrum The many friends of Miss Crystal is spending Ole week here with her

gar Barry returned from Gainesville :I Zion Saturday and Sunday Va., where .Mr.! Hodges goes as i Armstrong has will be pleased to learn parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Starling.

iJ Friday J. W. Eddy, of Louise, was in our cultural instructor in the Ferrum aa-rl.1. that the she secured a scholarship to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norman of 3-4 Ton International, good mechanical
I t Mr. and Mrs. Plunkett, of St. Augustine burg Saturday:! school. Baptist training school at Louis- Jacksonville is spending several days

k visited! her uncle, J. R. Bcvlll, P. A. Crosby, of Brooker, spent Rev. Joyner, of Dukes, filled his date.ville, Ky.We, and will enter at an early here with relatives. condition, solid tires, a
last week. She will be rememberedlhere Saturday at the home of J. B. Thom. regular appointment here Saturdayand wish Miss Crystal success Miss Morine Browning Is spending
for she is a promising young lady and the week in Jacksonville bargain, $300 cash terms no the
as \Miss\ Minnie Parker Sunday at the Free Will Baptist with her sla
i ' r Mr. and Mrs Tom Wasdin and children as.Miss Lomie Thomas left last Mon church. hal won the esteem of Lake Butler ter. Mrs Walter Valencia. balance.

of Waldo spent. Sunday at the day for Jacksonville where she has accepted H. C Surrcncy, who has been visitIng people during her stay Rev. J. T. Barnes, of Worthington,
home of II. D, Wasdin. a position. In South Florida, returned home J. E. and Hal Maines motored to preached two interesting sermons at

:? + Misses Llnnie and Lillian Fogg visited Misses Alva Thomas( and Avy Star. Monday.Mrs. Worthington Sunday afternoons Heilbronn Sunday.
" t their ling were visitors to Mrs. D. S. Scott, of Valdosta, is the Messrs. D. B. and .
uncle last week near Waldo. Brooker Satur- Tiercy Roberts spent the week Browning T. C.
"'' Mrs L. G. Barry will return home I day.Miss end with her daughter, Mrs. O. W guest of-Mr. and Mrs B. D. Harrell I Williams were business visitors to 3-4 Ton International, motor rebuilt

!! Wednesday after spending several Altha Lewis left Thursday to Thomas, of Pine Hill. this week Jacksonville last week.

\ {o weeks In Georgia. upend a week with her sister, Mrs.. T C. Hazen and family spent Sat- A fishing party consisting: of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney, of Law. new oversize pistons, bear

Mrs Bessie Wynn and Miss Fran : Jotht'I'nnlson\ of Midway. urday afternoon at Worthington D. W. Borum and family, Mrs. J. T. tey, were visitors here Sunday after mechanical
ings etc. con
Davis. and children, Mrs. D. S. Scott good
Murrhoe Ellery Thomas left !
ces were appointed delegatesto Thursday for Mrs. Jake Roberts and son, of Gra
the Christian convention at Starke South Florida where he will spend ham, and Mrs. Odell Abernathy, of spent Lake Geneva Tuesday and, Wednesday at and Mrs J. L. Kersey, of Jacksonville dition, pneumatic tires express
and enjoyed the
Saturday and Sunday some time. Jacksonville, spent Sunday at the pleasures spent last week here with .
Mrs. Equilla Dixon opened the term 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eddy, of Louise, home of !Mr. and !Mrs. Murphy Price.J. that only Lake Geneva affords. relatives, returning home Saturday. body, $1,250 terms.
of IIt'hoolMonday at Louise. I attended church at Rock Saturday. M. Groover and Grady Kelly, of !Mrs Netta Cason and children are

\ R. S. Wnsdin and Tom Mills were i The little son of Perry Newnom fell Gainesville, spent' Sunday here visiting Mrs. D. E. Knight, of Starke Colds; Cause Urip and Influenza

4 p w business visitors to Gainesville last Friday and broke his collar bone. He Custis Kelly, of New River, was in this week. LAXATIVE BROMO OL't'llINETablell remove th.
".. r Thursday is somewhat improved l at this time. our town Sunday. Mrs. Bert Sapp, of New River was cause. There it only one "Broi"0 Muulr)

I k Dr. Fortner, of Brooklyn, was a R. B. Thomas, was a visitor to I-ewis Shriver was in Hampton and greeting friends in Lake Butler Mon t; W CSOVC'S s"'. W" 11I-.. :9n 3.4 Ton International, motor re

} business visitor here Friday :lirooker Saturday, Staike Monday afternoon.
c. -.-_ ---- _ Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Wa din, of :Mr. and Mrs. n. S. Warren and built, in perfect condition, solid

ii THKKKSSATheressa Grnham, attended church at Rock on children were in Starke Monday afternoon tires, driver's seat cab top,. etc..

1 f ." I Aug. 27.-Ucv, E, C. Picks Saturday.--_ --..,- -- .- Miand. Mrs. McIver and sister, i I will be sold for charges.

: Ir ens, of Lake City, filled his regular WATERMILL and Miss Hardee, of Alabama, were 'I HIC___

h appointment here Saturday and Sunday visitor to our town Thursday I .
.i1 \l\\1.i at the Baptist church and will Watermill, Aug. 27.-Miss[ Clarice: Miss Thelma "Ward of Gainesville,

, conduct the meeting fur several .days Caiter. of Starke. spent the weekend is home on a visit with her parents, UNIVERSAL
o longer with her mother, Mrs. Viola Thomas. Mr..and Mrs E. J. Ward. CORDThroughout 1-2
Master Frank Hagan returned Saturday Mr. and :Mrs. Jasper Brown. of Frazier Sullivan and Miss Mamie'' 3-4 Ton International with 1

I to his home in Jacksonville after Sampson, spent Friday with their Pinholster, Jacksonville, spent Sunday ton differential, driver's seat
.4I several days visit here'' with his daughter Mrs Ida Goodgo. here with relatives. 'I ty

I, aunt, Mrs Jno. Phillips O. W Thomas end daughters, Ber Mr. and !Mrs. J, J. Morgan and cab top storm curtains, 36x6 1;

) ( R. M. King was visitor to Palat- tie and Alva, attended church at Swift daughter, Vyrta and son, Clarence, j for our hate career our claims I
goods been
{ our marked ,
I ka during lust week Creek Saturday and Sunday, and Miss Ethel Jones attended servi-1 for their conservatism. cord tires on rear wheels,

) ii Miss Estelle Woodard and brother, .Mrs. Viola Thomas, and daughter, cell at Swift Creek Sunday. I iJa I wheel semi-trailer, 36x6 cord
, Woodrow, were visitors to Hampton Leona were shopping in Brooker Friday E. M. Hazen was In Starke Monday j i r
when we that the
Thursday attending to business nay tires, platform body, carrying
s Mr. and Mrs. E, F. Hardee and children i Willie Brown and Solomon Carter : S. A. Bryan, of Starke, passed thru Michelin Univernal Cord eHtabliKhesi -
r of Otter Creek, were !guests of were business visitors to Brooker Sat I. town Friday a new standard for supreme i, capacity 6,000 pounds; $600

her father A. Sullivan! several urday.Mrs.. Roland I durability and freedom
t days : Anderson of Jacksonville, cash
terms balance.
? recently : J, II. Brown and daughter was here last week, from skidding you may accept on

t \ Melvin McKinney, who is employed Rhoda were chopping} .in Brooker' last !Mrs. Oliver and daughter; Mrs. the Its statement with full confidencein

, '.. In Jacksonville, spent a few days Thursday. I.I Thigpen and little daughter, of Palat- I accuracy i

last week here with his parents, Mr. Mr and Mr. Jack Goodge were ka, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. ,I

j") and Mrs\ W C. McKinney. I visitors to the Pine Hill section;
'. Mr. and !Mrs. Andreu and children'I day, I Mr. and :Mrs.[ Hodges are visitingthe STARKE, FLA '

r of St. Petersburg, are spending a few Misses Alva Verlie and Bell' Thomas latter's sister, Mrs A. A. Hazen.Mr J t; THE RIDDLE BarS

\ "' days with her sister i Mrs. H. D. 'Ma)'. were shopping: In Brooker Friday. [ Lloyd Johns and Mrs. N. D.

I,\ I Bill Gnann went to Jacksonville on I G, H. Fowler, of New River, was Johns, of New River, were here Mon. '

, ; i Thursday to secure employment : In our section Tuesday! afternoon day. C 633 W. For.yth St.
1.1 H. S. Roebuck was a visitor to the | Mrs. E A, Fowler spent last week Mrs. Emily Abbott II visiting relatives I'

.! .. I county seat Thursday and Friday. visiting( relatives!' at Bell. at Alachua. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. !

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It i Bradford County Farmers; vA vAAVAVAVAVi vArA r.r rr ? I A A .

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k NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR TAKE CARE OF BARNYARD MANURE provide themselves with labor-saving Months ,
r FARM MACHINERY machinery of a sort that will enable (Tested Eighteen \
them to do more and better work than
increasedcrop with.human labor, and more'economi. to Prove Perfection
The rush season on the farm cannot The need and demand for
be devoted to making repairs. Timeis production makes it very essential ally.
too valuable then to have to repair that all barnyard manure be taken To aid farmers along thitPline, to r'TBTO year* ago a puncture-proof cord Uflj >< Y
Jet them see the various machines and t. ,, ine d of
implements and machinery. care of and applied to the fields. was unheard ot. y .
Manure exposed to the sun and rain appliance designed to do the work re. .
1t. There is certain amount of LEE Cmdi
a spare th' (final 'develop ,
quired, and to permit them to be believed !
time August and early September for two or three days loses a large seen Many expert
during because of the natural letupin percentage of its fertility. It should In practical operation is the purpose went in pneumatic tire-making had beets "ftmctunTRSo?,
be kept under cover until it is appliedto of the Power Farming Association of of Fabric "
crop cultivation. This Is an reached with' the production a tit
America. It is not surprising, there. '
the land.
time to work-over the implements andmachlnl'ry. t ts! v
the LEE.
fore that meetings of the only ODe
Sharpen the cutting edges The value of the manure will depend organization puncture-proof-th.e
and lubricate the parts; to a large extent on the kind of previously held have been at. Motorists naturally looked to LEE for a puma V sj
wearing t. x
tended by thousands of farmers for g a q8,
feed given th."nimala. A rich grain cord.
L repair the harness; and tighten up all ture-proof
bolts. Make such repairsnow. ration will produce manure of much whose, benefit they are intended. racK tire. 1C ; vtf
necessary LEE has succeeded In building a h old a c?
Time spent when we have little more value than when no grain i is fed. THE HOME: GARDEN FOR NORTH lie all the economy and resiliency of the best + .? 3e; ,

"? to do will mean that much time saved, AND WEST FLORIDA cord tires. It practically eliminates blowouts,
for when we are ready to use the machine DAIRY ASSOCIATION MEETING: tread separation broken' sidewalls and other *

A we cannot afford to stop. Begin now to plant your fall garden common tire troubles. And it is; positively punotureproofl ,>T
:..- Last, but not least, don't fail to give Announcement has been made by advises the Agricultural News, v tl"
all the wooden of officers of the Florida Dairy Association which continues
of portions a coat : If'It- has 'not been
I red paint. It ,da more essential in that their annual meeting will beheld located, select an area where the For 18 months this lire Was cruelly; tested a'i 4 i

Florida than elsewhere because of our in Orlando September 21-23, to greater portion of it will\ receive at before being offered to the public. It rode
,i 11.. . humid climate and long warm summer which they invite all who are interested least five hours of sunlight a day. If lightly and ai smoothly as a cord without. the

.. both of which aid in decay of wood. in any phase of dairy work. you can secure it, apply three two. puncture-proof feature. It was as economical ,. e z)6 ,;
Metal portions also need protection An extensive program has been pre- horse wagon loads of well rotted star on fuel and oiL It was easier on tube And-* 4it
from runt and a little spent for paint pared and a special feature will bean bye manure to a one-eighth acre and outlasted cord tire that were not puneturf*
will save much spent for new machin. exhibit of dairy equipment and work it well into the soil some time
itcnsils. One afternoon of the convention before Reinforce proof
ery. planting. the manure .4
-- ....- -- will be devoted to inspection of by fifty pounds or more of a Let us demonstrate the economy of thefiBf! ?
THE HUNCH VELVET BEAN tome of the best dairies in Orange good complete fertilizer a few days LEE CORD RUNCTUHEPROOEiGRIFFN 'T
I county and to studying pastures.: before sowing seed or ttesn iglanp \
The Orlando board of trade will ten. before sowing seed or Betting plants. 7Z '
Has Advantage of Climbing Varieties Her'to all who attend the conventionsome W. L.
Floyd of horticulture
professor -
and None of Its Disadvantage
form of
entertainment which
University of Florida, recommends : .'
The velvet bean l is undoubtedly the will be announced later. starting a seed bed of cabbage, :015NS.Staiwe J : .
most vigorous, the best and most -. Pe-tsai or Chinese cabbage, Cauliflower & v

r widely adapted legume for growing in POWER FARMING BEING WIDE. and Brussels sprouts early in .
. Florida. It thriven on almost any LY ADOPTED August, all of which may be treatedas
I type of soil suitable; for farming and cabbage. Give them close attention -
is not subject to root-knot. In fad: Farmers in Florida, Georgia and watering when necessary, keep I niB (CdauEBHS;
II its extreme rankness of growth render Alabama are taking an interest in weeds and grass down and as Boon as I f ,Puncture Proof ,
farming the large enough transplant to garden
it objectionable for certain pur- lower use jnachinery ,
:1 a>OBes. This bean would appear to be on the farm, as never before. This rows. ; (

)t well suited for growing in groves and aroused Interest IB due primarily, to Early in August plant rutabagas, LTire: -

j orchards as a cover crop and soil 1m.I two causes difficulty of securing the beets, mustard, turnips and radishes. '
prover, but for its habit of climbing necessary men to do the constantly A little later start onion sets, string '" Nile ,
', the trees, tending to choke and shade increasing labor on the farm, and, beans, carrots, spinach an'd Irish potatoes mUe itiMfr. I ..-
,,' them. It might also be successfullygrown second to the active, practical, educational using the small potatoes of -
I as a hay crop, if it were not work that the Power Farm- the spring crop for the fall planting.
I for its heavy tangling growth which ing Association of America, an organization If you have chickens sow a few rows .
makes it very difficult to handle. Its of Florida origin, is doing to of rape to supply green feed for them.
: heavy, matting growth of vines also bring to tillers of the soil the advantages Early In September start a seed bed
: i renders it difficult to plow under when of the intelligent use of machin. of lettuce, another of cabbage and

4 sued as a green manure crop. It also ery in farm operations. This organization plant more turnips, radishes, string
; interferes with the gathering of has. held meetings in tho three beans i and onions.Remember I --.: ____-__,_-_.----
I i ;, the beans where this practice l is fol states namVd\ during the past five. or that the land utilized fora --- B of New River package." Aspirin is trade mark
i'' lowed. six months and has brought home to A dnikey strayed off up north and J Ja Mr. and Mrs. Sapp, :
1 1 farmers in the various sections the home garden may be made to yield friend of mine said to him. were visiting relatives here Sunday .u:>vi '.I.\u\ :..Manoaceticacides.: .
Those who have witnessed the phenomenal benefits that accure to them throughthe larger returns than any other area Sam, why is it that one never hears John Stansell and B. M. Do'V.i :

ft increase in the acreage devoted use of mode fp, power-driven ma- of equal size on the farm. Make yours of a darkey! committing suicide? and family, of Starke, passed& .n: u.. ,, SEEDS
,1) {. to the velvet bean crop in the chinery for doing much of the heavy pay with a variety of wholesome foods Well, > ou see, it this way, boss. here Sunday enroute to Swill C1 '<
) 'i South during the past few years and for the family. he Ph.ntIartm's; Hy-Tcst Slid<< ; for
who have been familiar with both its wcrk on the farm and for making easier When a white man has any trouble cjiurch.n. good Results
t merits and demerits will and more efficient the work than sets down and gits to studying aboutit R. Poppell and: family!! pf S a'-' : '
I' realize the -.rod and FielJ Seed for Fall
,I falls to the lot of the women in the and a worrying. Then fust thing through burg Sunday. :rl
importance of the discovery of a variety farm homes FARMER BROWN know he done killed himself, but' passed our I rLn'r.u.!'! : :Seen:: Oats, Ih':', liarfey. -
that docs not vine. This bean, you when nigger sets down to think Oo'.cH Adkins returned to his home IVIi.'et. New crop Turnips: ,
which appeared in three The August meeting of the association a Ir.rt week after visit! in South Flor-
Georgia; or: about his troubles, he jes' nacherlygoes u i, Cabbuife: Egg I'huit, Tipper: ,
GI, four years ago, l Is of the true bush was held in Jacksonville on.the Here, Sam. You watch this skilletof I' Ma with his sister Mrs. Miriam.! Kelly "enn;- l-eas, '. tatties and OnionS
;+,'" type and shows less 2fith and 27th inst., the farm demonstrations fish and I'll hunt around for some to-sleep.
p ,
i tendency to vine ;
What's the matter with you, Bill? W. J. Johns, of Starlso, was fjgue.t : > ;t3. Largest raid Oldest L'>tab-
'f 1 )than do such varieties of cowpeas as taking place on a farm near chunks of wood to keep up the fire this Gone to sleep? of Mr. and Mrs. II. O. EivI I Uhcd I : Seed House in the State.
l Wonderful or Urabham ,saya J. B I the city. In responding to an Invitation evening. Wish I had bought one of No but feel kinder heavy eat so'' last week. ,*\E.NI;: ) FOIl TALL CATALOG
: ;
it to be this the 6 DeWitt C.
Thompson, forage specialist ol present at meeting, pound axes at Jones
h, I thinking. Mr. :Mrs. W. S. Johns ilB
lion C. K. mUl'hl/ was'just || and left !
Florida Hardware
'; the Florida experiment station. McQuarrie, state Store when I was at Starke
t .' This bean first agent of cooperative extension work but guess I can find enough chunksto Yes, but what were you thinking week for Jacksonville. j A. MARTIN SEED CO.,
was the
grown at about? j jI i Mrs. S. C, Crews business JACKSONVILLE FLOHIDA
Florida station of the University of Florida, writes last tonight. was a ,
d during to a member of the editorial was just thinking would SilasKite's visitor to Lake Butler Tuesday.
ff, Reason of 1919 from seed received J staff of My gawd, boys. Here's a dead nig' hold after the elec
i' through the__courtesy of Mr. Alf R, the Farm and Live Stock Record, say ger. Come quick! clothes sap John Crews and son, Clyde, of Lak' r ooo }
tion. ,
i i';' JMellson of West Palm Beach, who ob. ing": No I'se not dead, just sick. Sick a ,. Butler, were fishing here Thursday. =
'I tanned a small quantity of the seed I am Intensely interested in the little in my stomach. Rose Johns is spending a while with
'\ ;'. from a party in Georgia. The 1919 tractor proposition for farm work, and( What's the matter with you then? KEEPING UP THE PRICESIt her sister, Fronie Moody of T"ew Riv; '
V r planting was small, constituting only have watched it from its very begin. Guess it am, boss. er. Torpid liver ]
f: a few plants. A little more than anif' fling in the state. I am glad to say Say, ain't you the feller I saw back is alleged that vegetables sent to Miss Grace Welch will have a chick. ,
acre was planted and Is growing this that our farmers in general are taking of DeWitt C. Jones store eating that market here are allowed to rot on rail. en pilau at her home Friday night
if' season. to this a good deal more readily big watermelon the other day.I road cars because dealers want to All invited to attend' Clack-Draught) "has no equalJorheadachelourstontBCb.tor

Seed of the bunch velvet bean than any of us at the beginning anticl spec I are. keep up prices. Mr. and Mrs O.i, B. Moody and children -
available on the market in limited was pated. There l is no doubt but that I'll bet you are the cuss that stole Fruits and vegetables are plentiful spent Saturday in Raiford. fid liver and feverish colds ."
motor I power on our larger farms i Is our fish and sweet taters. the retail prices are beyond
i this yet
II quantities during the and I year Mr and Mrs. Raulerson spent Sat- declares Mrs. Annis Whitmore,
; past spring coming, and as years go by the development No boss I never stole 'em. I just all Retail dealers are
; reason.
'r I it will probably be possible to obtain uiday attending! to business in Hal- of Gate City Va. "It Is easy to
it in Is going to be at a very large\ picked up the remelits you all left of charging 10 to 16 cents a head for let. ford '
quantity for take and does not
: next year. Increased gripe, as a
t from what it has beenin your dinner.You tuce that costs them two and onehalfto Among those attending the birthday lot of medicines do she adds.
VELVET IIEANS the past. didn't eat the fish in that oldsklllt't six cents a head. Similar high prices dinner of Mr. Yarborough, ,
CHEAPER THAN The right of near .,"It Is good: to take in a hot tea
I' COTTON SEED; MEAL FORty type man to properly did you? for other vegetables are common. Raiford were Mr. and Mrs. Marion
J : MILK PRODUCTIONVelvet demonstrate farm machinery Is one Why yes, boss. 'I Just nacherly The vegetables; are allowed to remain Moody and family, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. ,for colds, or can be taken In a
j of ,the present problems. Mr. McQuar. thought you all didn't want what was on the cars, it is said in orderto Moody and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raul. dry powder. I can't say enough
beans la of the lie thinks. Ho said: left so I eat a little of 'em. give the impression that there is a erson. lor Black-Draught and the sick-
best dairy foods one cheapestand > "The greatest problem as I see it In My gawd, boy, do you know them scarcity and thus provide for extor- ness it has saved us."
for -
T( Florida farmers especially this connection is to get the right type fish were poisoned ? Fixed to kill a
\i thousand of there are many of man to handle the machine, as I dog? tion.This form of profiteering is particularly ASPIRINName
acrci planted to this
within the state. crop have observed at quite a number of And you went and stole them. menuand objectionable becausethe I

r'i ducted some months Experiments at the con Experiment demonstrations held that the men who You'll)) be a dead nigger inside of an public is put to the double incon. '' Bedford'sBLACKDRAUGHT
have the mechanical knowledge of venience of a limited supply as well
beans when station hulled indicate that velvet how to handle the engine properly, hour.Who is he, Brown? as high cost.-New York Telegram. "Bayer" on Genuine"Bayer
are nearly equal combined with the agricultural knowledge .... ---
pound for pound to I !- He's a black hawg, that's who he Is. ---- - -
for milk production.The cottonseed meal of how to set the plows and toot Well, we must not let him die here. LONG BRIDGE
the type of man needed. But his They will lay it to us.
I results of tlU' first test showed II" are somewhat few and I be Better' take the team and start to Long Bridge, Aug 27-:Mr. and Mrs.
( that 207.75 pounds of velvet beans in our agricultural college could dot town and get DeWitt C. Jones out Wm. Hodges and children have returned ;0.4 has been found a valuable: liver g
the ,pod produced as much milk all I no better than to have some Instruction with: a coffin, quick! to Starke after a pleasant '' thousands of homes.
J>4.6 pounds, of cottonseed! meal ((7.5 given along this line, producing We'll bury him in he sand here. it with Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Rivers. :,' "1 do not use any other liver g

per pent ammonia). When 267.75 combination men In the graduate students No, I'll tell you a bettor way. Just A pound party was given at the I I 2 medicine," says Mrs. Mary
,pounds .of velvet beans in the pod" who would be of very great ussi&tance throw hint into the boat, run out to home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Thomas'' Brown,of Europa, Miss. "It
were fed with vheat bran and sorghum in developing the agricultural the middle of the Jake and make him Friday evening. 'saicndid: for 0.1
M, silage, gallons of milk was possibilities in this Southland." 8"
jump overboard anti/ drown the cuss. Oiiee Roberts of Lake Butler, was 1 bad taste in the mouth
produced. When fed with wheat bran 300 lining Tower Machinery I' Oh. boss Ill\ go right home. If I the guest of Lloyd Clark Sunday.Sheriff Tablets of or.
Aspirin"! is liver. I
and it all
gen. keep the
sorghum time
, allege 94.5 pounds of Mr. MiQuarrio added
that last
yea die I'll tell Vm I got snake bit and I Epperson and Deputy Hals- uine Aspirin
cottonseed meal proved safe by million e. it with the children and feel it g
produced 108.9 gallons there were upwards of 300 Florida ,I in section'Thursday '
never say a word about f sh. > den of Starke, were our and prescribed by .,
of milk. The difference in cost farmers using l power machinery. A I No, can't trust him. A boy that'lleat I looking after the affairs of twenty physicians for over ,has saved v.s many dollars in
in this case was slight, but was in favor poll of them years. Accept only an unbro doctor bills and In
brought out the information a peck of sweet taters and a big J. H. Titti. Ken "Gayer package" which many days
fl of velvet beans they are making progress with 'skillet of poisoned fish will tell most Mr. and Mrs Stafford Crews!, of : proper directions to relieve contain bed." I

In the second test! RIll pounds of machinery, and are satisfied on the anything No, grab him! Gainesville were week-end guests of'' Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia Headache. Insist on the genuine-Thed-
; velvet beans In the pod fed with whole with results obtained.Mr I'm gone, boss, I ant Mr. and :Mrs. S. C. Crews. I Colds and Pain. Rheumetism ford's.

p wheat bran and silage, produced 325.5 McQuarrie being in a positionto Good lord, see him go. A coon dog Smith Jnhns attended church at boxes of 12 tablets Handy tin Eat .,
gallons of milk. When fed with wheat "know, evidently appreciates the interest couldn't catch hint now. He'll not Swift Creek Sunday. Druggists also sell cost few cent! 1& t''M OOOOOOCI
bran and silage, fiTlt pounds of cottonseed that is being taken in power bother us any more. Well, let's have I I Miss Alphie Hodges, of Starke, who larger "Buyer = =

1 meal produced 328 gallons of farming machinery and its adoption our supper. I'm most as hungry as has just returned home from Jackson ,
milk. Milk from the cottonsced'menlcost In practical use on the farm. that coon vas. I j' vibe, is the guest: of Miss Fronie Riv- -
a little more than three cents :Machinery Manufacturer Interested Now supper over, punch up the fire I'f ers this week.
than that from tIle velvet beans. This power farming interest has ex. and let's have a good story. Got one G. E. Kelly, of Sampson, was vial ,
The daily ration per cow when \el- tended to the manufn.-turers of machinery Brown I I tang( friends here this week. I .GENERALIN5URANCE.
m, vet beans wan fed was: Velvet beam designed for use on the farm Well, I might--Say. did I tell you
in "pod, 4.25 pounds; wheat bran, 10 I and in farm homes. They are bend Rxse HAROLD C. WALL
v pounds; sorghum silage, 24.5& pounds. ing all energies to provide machinery De-vitt a .
1 I When cottonseed. meal was fed, the that in its efficiency end practicability thinking If we had had about 20 feet \ STARKE
dally ration was;: Cottonseed meal, 3 will best meet the needs of the of it when we caught that fish hawg: I Ii FLORIDAFIRE

(pounds; wheat bran 10 pounds; sorghum farmer and his family, for, be it Well, never mind about the hardware LIFE, BONDS
silage, 34& rounds. "known, more and more machinery Is store. But what would we've AUTOMOBILE
These rations seem to have been being used in farm homes and farm done with 20 feet of rubber hose?
fairly well balanced as all the cows buildings than at any I previous time. Why. we would have taken the cuss

.maintained their initial weight, or Manufacturers realize that as they down to the lake and syphoned him '-wyvK-.t..... ,. .. -. R. O. 1
I'' ; gained a little, and produced a good I perfect their present machines and ; PAlNTEn PERTILIZ1nt COMPANYFBBTII.IZBB '
flow of milk. bring out new ones for other purposes out.Too late to think of that now; he's JACKSONVILLE ft.Oauu.l.
so will they extend their market, increase gone. | COMPL.TB FBRTlLlZEBs
r" Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day the number of their patrons. So I see.What MATERIAL

Dnutftlm refund: money If PAZO OINTMENT; fallseonlwhlnstilled All this must result in advantage to I you got for a story, Brown? I e I .aATERS .
t ( 9lredlnaorPrarudluaPlln.I the tarn :rs, especially those who Let the hardware s rusEcnciuKs: 1roCITBT t
JnMnnely relieve Iichln4 Pllee, ,'' car up on store tonightTell I r
iciulul: .. _?. U '. a..i.: ..::L" Atou ,. want to.keep abreast of the times and that to Samantha. WI'Cte'..1.._t PrI_....... 2c.r el,. HUPW.IK: i
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FRIDA\ AUGUST: 27. 1920 t


I 4 J I, C. F llooirer, mayor of Btarke. Florida,

BRUISED REEDSBy THE FAIRY GODSON I MAKING WAIT LAVENDER HAPPY WOMEN law a., virtue do hereby of the rail authority..election" me. by.. \
the Town Hall In the aforesaid town, thai t ,
qualified voter therein, onTUESDAY. i;
0y MARY ISABEL BOYNTONE 8y RUBY H. MARTYN. By MILDRED Plenty of Them In Stark, and Good for the IOne "u.r .h.l. lh following ofI.eer !

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''''';_ \.>C..c'X"t;;, !X.=. :( Reason for It One Clerk. '" f

I contend that It Is the (';I.t'1"\-1 ..'.... June ; t - "" - Wouldn't any woman be happy, line Marshal and 01.... t
l JutWu rlxel
yeula I had lived 'C'UI had
etoiietl]'| ) tm her home Tears clown .. I Idll& three AldermeaOne
way Spaul-
faces and exerc'ses of the mInI that the. tail-end ..url A. I After year of backache suffering, I
of to
nothlii' .1
; aa one of her put another. bit Assessor.One
I of In the vU. Keith
tn in the money c'II'a. was going to f.. Days of misery nights of
appear .
'IIU.C' aRt bodyIt
( IVrs.urer.Jn '
ncltil.born uDre.t
,; It .mill 1.6 R
e bank
expressed and night : ,
Is the 1 knowledge, of good and evil end the big house bad after that f.c there could The distress of urinary troubles. |iertorc of said elertloni F. P. Shafer, I
1"11! rc conn-hod. to keep her old l.wineIf never M-emed. su louely tier her waiting be b"lhhllI"'r mm was her world .T. N. kendrlrk, Julian ...1.In I. .
When she tmdt freedom '.Jn.
the C"'fJI1I'nt'f'r.lllrrC'Il"Ir'J' ; olillpn cm' her si-\eiitleth had ', dime teatimnny whereof I .unl.u..r
birthdayshe so futile .
and he
talon to discriminate. together' with Un I fallen us It did this sunny day would leave her Mrs Iful. Many reader will profit by the tot .,name and rau.e the seal to. 'J
not down the cellar stolrs nndbroken when her bank credit stood for an ding could think of, no happltit-ns apart to tie hereunto ""I" this 10th day of Awpii.t. -
sorrow to (lullure lntenti.rl"Then 'I lowing '
her, "'j:. Then with no minify even tbuuKand. Grlrel held from his 1920. t
I the worn while the though!
or nth'rwlse.I und 'book l.rcc.I' Mrs. A. C Fling, Starke says: (Seal) C. F, IIOOVIr.
iinhody to take care of her. It tightly. us He, of another 1
1 went up throughthe ruling where she bad Mayor SI.k., Fla.
you think that If the brain was !rent-rally agreed: to be' the! setinlble uouw where. .lie had lived alone ruled where she had shared., "When living In North Dakota some ___.1-1-9.10.____________________________________________________- is I
erased at 'n minute to develop, thing for her to the Old since her .Imrllj time ago, I was allliig with my blt't OF FINAL MSCHAVCKriRly
mnlnule go father died. She did not was Mrs love t k
from, that tlie, body Mould remain I Lad'es'' home In Dlxvllle. need to bll"r. 'Cr Spauldlng'a ,. and kidneys As I knew a great many day after date ... I. the under.l .
unehanired in Hue and color andexpreeelmlr : glance through the open doors In Its Rh"orpton. was wholly nelflnhKeith In that country who bad .1.l ned aa ".' ''mlnl.I.,. of the slab of M. J il<.j
The Interest the on her to be reminded usa _.
on mortgage that the rooms needed dreaded to make his announcement C Croft. .1 percent m? vourheraand f
home Doan'a Kidney Tills with excellent results final aecounta Honorable Oeo. A. I
Ioc.11I1II"ldl'robly in nrrenrn.Deacon renovation Had .
"l'c,np'Ihiug 1 like that. I She not known the yet even Ilfo"his moth- I began taking them My kidneys tar Small promptly foreclosed donating way so well she would Lute Humbled er's"1 fate been dif Florida, and ak to be dlecharared .aurbailmlnlr.1 ,
"Cim you cite a cane In point r' gave me no little distress and .
of the hundred on the attic .
I fifty one stairs tecauxe of tears. to conceal the joy W his own. ..
the small of buck hurt con Thin the Mb day of Auiruet. 195(1.K. .
The question came from u third my me
man <'t'Sf>nry for her admittance to the Living here alone saving every bit she halts wm mich ,Vnr girl : he had E.
who up to this point hud taken no part Institution/ the neighbors contributing could to eke out the restoration fund known from the moment I her clear eyes Untly.. Often my back! twinged. My Admlnintrator of Relate of M. l'IA. RI, l>e.

Ic the cUscuHHlnn. the other! fifty and In September Janetiecnme Grlxel. was keeping her tryst for the looked Into, his that all mother's remonstrance kidneys were d'"orl..d.' too, until I . .

The three men, until the day MoregtrHtiprrs. an Inmate of the home. soul and bcl. of Jim Brett."I could b"11 dlfferenre( took this remedy. 10an'. soon put OF ELECTION 'f

were gathered a room la Of course It was the "sensible" thing! promised always to be waiting, In the ",.!'rlhmllol of (his choice. and end to the 1 have had WREREAI. Th. 1..I.I.'u.! of Itl. .nd. .
small hotel In no recurrence of the complaint" of IHH6. ot I
a western Miifii ruisHts. to"n nobody realized. t that more tlmnJatir and to believe he will make good" she Hubs, all unaware of knew C..t..h.n. Joint Resolution. .
A sniipplnf, wood l flr- flinnlni In 4ietIf; only for the' kindness of whispered I on the Hairs.Stepping only one code-lo be c'l'olllno., make Price 60o at all dealers flon'tsimply an amendment one lo the Constitution pro.IMietne. of I I.

tie prate U pack of well-thumb.'d her old neighbors, she must have gone: lute the attic ahe locked others hnppy.' This to her aie was the a.1 for I kidney remedy-get I the Ktate of Florida' and tie ..0. ..aa/ieed 1 .
of three-nfth. of all the
'ardll.aod tall iluxHes containing' notnesttamlng to t the poorhonse./ Hut oh'' how her old, the door behind her and crossed toward most beautiful thing In the world. So Doan's Kidney rills-the same that to two by a vote holme| lliat the voice mem on '

,!!: brew were helping' : to dispel l heart ached, for the weather-beaten\ the eii.veH.. She, always did lock the coldness of Mrs. Spauldlng's manner Mrs. Fling bad. Pnater-Mllhurn Co., said ; f'lnl- were entered: upon their

the monotouy of a druprrately stonuy old house "..ta..r.Oh./ .. had gone as a the door before she opened the old. ..1.1 Keith took her to call was Mfrs Buffalo N T. .h.n._,_ and they with determine the yeas and and direct nays t'

evening. bride; where Billy, her only Imby, hud Iron-bound sea cheat that smelted of due liat'N' decided, to the slight Indisposition said Joint hVaolutlun l. ..bmll"

"Yes" replied the first man "In a been born and died ; where, later, her, the stuff of much voyaging around the which the son had explained Ie NOTICE .to;I ,the' elector November., of the 1920.State at the O.n.r

very few words no you remember the husband, had died : the spot where all world with some ancestor.When presented bin mother, from 18klnl the >. protlrinl 1'11 It of IhrOntiimncm "I.d (:w THEKKFOHr:. I. H Hay CRAW.
oddly dreaded young: woman on the her memories hnd once had life. they were children Grlrel and vlalt of l/utIIIRIIC hcrRc'lf. The of the To.".of 8l.rk., the .u..1 '' .,., of Stale of the Stale ot b
station plutforrnh m ,.. left the Two outside Jim had thought .t a mr tln hold Auiiut 17th. l "10.1' hereby notice that af.ENKRAI.
e graves there were Just the rambling attica girl admired the pillared porch II her dtrikr from hunks thr follow.Inir : :nFCTION
train yesterday. "Well JMg Is hw the "south pasture lot" under a htiue marvelous place for games and damsels Mrs. Spauldlng frigidly f'rl'f her titmM t I. will ne held In county In Florida on

tory : maple tree, where a dozen times a dnv I In dl..tre"a. und kings, and queens, she .dlln.t the flower tinla 1 In the Ah.Alvurrs."'.. Our O. W------------_ _--y. .._.....Hrimw Tuesday Nmemlwr next, A. tieceedlnir l>. IVtO. ,h the said fleet Tuesday Monday be.Itm In. I

"She was a girl; In this, town when I as she went about her work she could
was a boy some 20! years apo. The see them. As she sat In her little room i had kept her best treasures In the old Inrc''lIIM''e. The only hd.dvn, C. W. ._. ____..._-_ __ ..Rfmovwlllrrun ,ilrunn fur tbr SECOND ratlnratlon DAY or OF reji NOVEMIIER.tlon of the Bald .

winter ulie was eighteen she spent In -they gave her a small room she sea (client IIn<1'hat treasure could 81j1 of friendliness which so Hobs W.I..r -_?___n.m.--___. .--.__. Joint Itceitlutliin itroiNwInc. an amendmentlo i'

New York visiting( an aunt. In the was so little and fragile she could tit need more careful guarding: than Jim thought, : Mrs. Fn\lllli I'xhlblt'd. was Clark (( H. ...___. __..... .KunnvKlIW the (:..tltution of the It.t of Florida, .
_._. .._ _-Not dltlsrnFrullrk
M a
spring she came hack engaged to he In an'wh..rp saw In Imagination story of, temptation mind fall, and his ".h. I the about to take J. 0.--- .__-_ _--_-_._ ._.-homnved v1.1A JOINT RKflOt.tlTION Proiimlnir anamrnunat

nurrled. In the fall her lover came the leaves turning gold and red and d"0llatol to muke good the awful %er departure, she tlplmc'lItc her lUlltuiin, T. II. ........ ... .K<-mmr
up for three or four weeks and thewedding ruswt., and then, f"I1IDII'--fal1ln gently' he had peculated from the upon her soft wool sweater. H.. M.O.II._......_.--. _--_....__.tb'inovodWott. KvmnvHl (...laxatlon.UI..I"n of and low.' 11.1.. of ''In.II. ''I.U"a

took place' at the end of that as tender thoughts, on the dual of the I bank WII.lot that coofdc'we for ber Kc.lh. Ill\nl'lll: anxlounly Into his W. N.- .-_.._ ._..... .Uomnvtd lie It Reamed 1,_the 1..I.I.'u. of the '

time. They wtct to Neworlt: to two who had lain there so tnnnv the gi-euteat surety of his love ... tlrf', was surprised' to lu..llh.. R. .__--.__...... .... ,Hrmi>vr _....
I'nniH-ll. J, _. ... ...... KftnovrdHulMrtii. '
live. We all liked him. and her letters year. So It was that Grlzel had kept her find there, not the disappointment' h. I. 0.__.?..n__ ._n...'UtnnvcdKp S of Article: 9 ol the Conctltutum: ot thefltate i

home always sounded as hunch EI'l'r'on.'nO/ kind' to Jane, hut 'It I tryst thc'81 five jcurs since the short- f'IIr.I. but a certain light of 1'11'1"\1 "
slie was entirely hnppy. The next wpm such an' Impersonal sort of professlonnl ape had been discovered and Jim had "1'1 tnuht beery happy In your '"mln..n.(. T.J,__-_un__ ._ . Uvmovwl_.I'i'ii'lWflln milled, to the elertorB of the .1.1..1.1. adon. t I 1/'
summer he reoelvt-d a letter railing\ kindness It left nn ache In I Ih..r fled< to escape the punishment' How lovely Inline, Kl'lb." Dabs had said. J W---------------------- Mad tlnn or rejection at the neit ne-nrrnl eltio.lion
helil benansr, that I. l Hint
him to a mining: district In Montunti. It lonely heart ; but she never complained I much time stretched ahead until he HI* nuither's word \c'rl differentIn \"un At .tlielr. W. mvetinir fl----------------------fin Frlriity. S Tt, IrH>mov lion a of Article 9 of tow Co"..III/.n say of the, t

was fuild that It was huxlncxa' whl<-t find Miss Hoeg,. her taMe- should have saved" the mOl..y to make tote thf .uun.i will lesr turnplsins' fi, rn intiM ' f I loiiila lie amended' 1. sad aa

demanded, his pernonnl attention. He mate, often reminded' her of how r"tlull.II. and reltu-u She dared not "Ho tint' simple little tnnld Is your .I" ".1 have barn .>rmniutiiif. | ptrlrltrm follow I IMeetlim S. Th. a-lftlnttire aliall I lm\o, IMIW.

brought her here to stay with her people thankful they nil should l feel to be In pork to receive vita word of assurancefrtm final choice, Keith?" she linked falterIngly d from ""I.I..I"n IwokaJ.. W. VMIIfn.Atlral ... t., l.n.ll. for l..ulnir. Slats lends only ni'I,J I

until his return and from !that "the plaice where Providence had< seen Jim In his far rO\I r)'. She iinMtovlnply. And though he flmlmmn I'r tam lirewlnir fur the 'Ineurrectlon.1' of .| .Ulo.or ...In..I.n the imri nr>oe ofredcemlnw

day to this nothing' has born heard fit to plnce thl'm.11.: .s Ragas spent dared not lone for one moment the turned tinny In <1111'lroI" timePIIIHCI ( A FtTCI.CI.rk.. It. or .hmdln. Isms already Inputi -

from or of him. Whether the letter j mnny miserable hours! In being thankfully grip; I her own faithful walllllThat Int his. mOll.r Hlh" more .e! of a I.acquiring.. .. :., building.t Inlnreet anil, or,maltitatn for. theliurio

was a fraud find that was a way betook reclcnefl.AVhen slmp'y! must knee some hold on Jim I and more, hit mastic Ihro.'tl npnltist Ion a y.1em of good ronda and brldgeathrtitiitliout

to di-Hort her or rot of courmv Idon't /spring come Jane spent long And now she knelt there by the open the girl liecniue hlx "'ttlala lit pit, lit. No Wot ma In a Healthy Child I, rerrilicd thin Plate tiy tiniler .Act. of.the,.'.lnn>

know I havp never thought RO.ho'vpr. hours pnzlng In the direction where, l h<>st to r"III'I her promise.Somewhere hairs wondered nt little lit the frown All .bld. UuuliM with warms have an UD .iMUture may .provided that any an lionil Issues 4

miles she knew I her beloved at a dl"lllIt. a shop between her ",,'r'" dark ejes mid of ... 0''', rik'h hl'I..I..I.....likxxi. anti .< a In iiumunnce hereof for a ",.m of
: away ruin, there !I. tntirtt nr I I. .. dl.'u.h.M. liiind\ riiHil and brldgea dull not exceed IM
whistle blew Orlzel brows In
and lute her/iwn
"For a while "he put up a gotxl flyht., home was In imagination she m jmnJP II. IIrhkl..1 l'l'r (10"1'1 TAS1U.HS.S 1117/iNl4'eIregrr0.l ulirlr. amount Ave UI tier cent, nf the lotnl ..anranntcnl -
Then one day she rollnpsed' utterly saw the buds RII'I'IIII1100: lIe, maple' She had t..I-tittn the all< l0r I Illxly! o\er I hIS new anil Strange re- l Iwoo three wn hi will rnrkh the lilmxl Ini of the elate at the lime of 1.._. i
that hiiil Into the fold of her prove and cried continuously for hours. Nobody above the roof: maw the lilac bushes/ slipped 111" I I < to thawhuineyusm. Nnliim will thrnhnw firolKwed .m."dm'nl. and 1 th. .n... ... .-
could do '11I1"1"1for: her. Atplat turn from brown to jlrP..nOaw: / thetulips merge I"WI. and It clattered to the "\\oiilil, she mind not won mlmig '11.I T"ol. diu.t.tlirwik'nn and the(,1" will! I.l lIn ration and return Ih."r. .hall lie etilijKetcdilo y
floor, ', hliick halt It xeelnedjtixt the name regulations and re.lrlrllon n*
tiny sharply on the plunk, tin ire tout bit rrfrvl lirilih. Ink sets'
1.II"hlnlth'lr .I..t.o
It seemed us if something' : in her and daffodils /: ( finivtilcd by law for general ./. I.I Im
brain complete, change I head* out of the brown earth by the and slipped Into I wide floor rsnck. I "llfl..1.11| | to tutu h..Htate I of Florida.
ntit] a
gave Way to lilt the skies of the 11-iliH, the tieeoinliiK hut HHlile. IN TUHTIMONY WIIFIIFOF
took tiltice., She stopped grieving: and kitchen door She was fortunate .a. lull suhHervleiicc nil I. 0,COMPLAINT I have hereunto pet my hang
roof tltl"l as It fell down and dowu. nil thin In I" Clrfillt Oiurt nf Ftnrld.
declared her belief that her htiNhnnd have food anti, clothes and a over r.ll\hh"11111 lend alTUed the (treat Heal ofthe
theie things alone wvrmnde "Now 11 locked up here!I" shecried to "I.h. Mrs SiiiiililliiK'H' ( attitude Klvlilh' Juillelnl rlroiill. Ilrnd- .ISEAI.i Htate of .'1..11.. at Tal.
head, but ,
would return coon' to surprise her and her < fonl Ctiuntr. In Chancery. the this thetwenty
by the dif im' her son one C.,11.1.
.lie must h,' reiulv for hen n home dl.IH.1 Inll..dlite rc'III'II.t I'Venlnl J. ( Artklm, OmpUlnant, .lglith July A.
ficulty.She ( from hits ,'I,1 to nlrhlrn. wasmost v.tulin H
nn I.I.
"ICfich she dresses with the, utmost Then mime the event fio p'-ent Jmnnt II
day ) not |h"p' to break down furl.M.linn.. Alrondor Graham CLAY CIAwrno.1.0lnt.10.21. .
event thnt It ,shook the "liotne to Itsvery c'nll Gate. Butniivl C. !.* D. of State.COMMIrlHIONFItH .
care, and poen to meet the.w The great llnioii..''ni> the ( of IIlr..ll. hand-hewn planks.She "I Mil you stud your /I\c''lhl.urt at Mrlmr- .4 H. i..l. C.: t...

York train. I Her train' life ceased ut I full udntiomis the modest could lot hope to make any hume?" she asked mockingly Fill, .. T, W. rill. John .. SALE
that and In tnlnd and holly she rolled' majestically' up Jr. Chun tlnhnrtii. W I..
neighbor hear the miinll, "Certainly Itarbiiru, was nt home. and h
drive and coming! to a stop befo-o the, fr"l .Inile. and FnnrU 1. M..I. rHf nd- 1.1. notice U nlv 'n that nnder i,
seem to he the npe that he left hl'r.You"'E' wuhflnmlng back window of the was aquestion Keith replied.' aria that ..r..ln il.-creo of partition en.teriMl
front dnor. illmrorired I a hoc mnn hill Sled th. .!K>V. In the Court: for Bradford C: iun.ty .
heard Now wlint'syours It h. (
theory. .
my her .0.. (1..1
when she might be fN..I"
red hnlr showing' from lenenth "tll'I.1 111olh'r .rlljllc.1: .h/lh"rl rmin. ." rmlilonre fif the .1... named Sao of .1".11., 'In I'h...., on the It nil
,? silk lint and with merry for. She opened" the window to .. I so Illh, wlb thft Ie\o d..r"o"on.. und each of 1.0. I. unknown! day of I' 11)19, an action for
There was silence for a minute, then I his glossy the sunny sir, and I< 'hy the ," she mild. And each of thm Itrlnir .. *?. of twnly partition: therein' : | H; II.
Irish blue eves', nnd under whose' trend n..1 ,1 person ,ni>. years Jt in there ". nnlrrl lntId WiHulard I is .'tn''I'I"' C. Holder
the third man spoke. He was n tall, I fit trembled., He nuked and laughed: softly ut her /orl. lllKht For a moment the frown our very d r n rly .r.dht
stoop-Rhoulderod man with extremelywhite the stepH She be a evident the, as Itipy' Mcr hereby . nt'li'Br to In* : K. A. Ailklnel Ji .t.tiine, and
I In a booming voice fur Mrs. Jane .J 11.1. mllht1 Ic.t\c'n young Oall' mil of Complaint Clod In .aid rUM> on hair andejehrows and a peculiar and .Tnne. ble ejed find votnli-r- dINtrf''". had always come tOlllhet eyes fniw M.iniUv... thr Hlh day of NovMolwr. 1920, .I..n.", .1'. Addl. Holder | . n.ld. and
sliding gall A man old 1 for his son to the rescue when It was a gam "Why Barbara tins never nlhrrwiM.' th. *llii>tlonii of unlit Mil of eomtilnlnt wife, '."'".. "Id. are dofctidiinu, theundi 'f'fTwentytwo
nnd little I trembly, cnine."Iton't Ic'nlollpl will offer fur '
Ine n l shot as conferred liy amid dnfrnitiinl mlifned' fimmlH.loner ,
years, one would have said. loot the?" the big mnnboomed. The shop whistle blew again, and her name to me," Ill said. .1. ale at the, front. door of the, courthotwe .

"Twenty years ago the, 14th of July yon the little Orlr.el Nettled to watch. The Ih.d. "Probnhly not," Mrs. It !I. further ..d.d that this order he .. .... llradfnrd County rlnrlita. on Monil.., -
"Tlinmli- II filiI' lie
81'"Uldhll enn.wully.woks tin, of 1920. the *
week for twelve the day
he hegan "I ol..npeIIIY! eyes in a small red bended< devil (Mrs. KIICBH, llNtenlii' ows timid lengthened to the wal" 1.0 a smiled. "She limy have (iii'" mcmise, llnhmt In nn.the ft nmdfnrrl Oiuntr. T.l>**re.ih.newwpftiMe a h.. a li-gal >. .1..n.b., ld court during.0. t.

room In n sort of Improvised hospital the, door.' gasped) who lived .n boot crunched on the gravel be know that the 'mention' would not beagreeable. published In said ..."", unit *1e.te.Thin legal hour of .ale, and will .1 t
behind 10.h day of Auifiut A. n. Inn hlvlie, and 1_' bidder' for rah hand .h
ward In mining town In Montutin. low. Some one Was ut the house door (
a ; of I dl tint feel exactly honored
the farm, nnd you helped out < W. T. WEFItH.' fallowing" rioecrllied real e.tate lylnu and
They told me that six: weeks before I poor a scrao7' The, boy, who neverknew Tm locked Into this attic I" ("lle last evening wheli Hartiars, ((1..1! Clerk Clrrull, (.r. Ing In llradford County, Florida, -.I IIliglrinlnar ,

hud been struck on. the head by n pieceof many home nor fntlior or mother' onlywhat ; Grlrel. "If you will go; to the you b.ulht her blr.urro friend to our door lly C .A. K Nln't.II.U.IRt.t.S. went Quarter. at of H"'h..t Houthcaet Quarter Corner of of PectloraTblrty4iU North
f. (1,1. .
stone from the arm of a derrick pavehim? I run away and 1 will find a large liln..t to tie to a M "I.dutifully 1II'I'Ioo' to Inquire' for In '...hl. Haven Month. flange
which had sprung: Innate I was knocked yon and wild! rope I will let n my health." NOTIfE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX n"f Eat: 'h.n. ..I Nivrth Sin fast
1'\. lived In wild times lIMItFH Nr-CTION slit IP thence tint) feet nr. Hmith Bin fee.
unconscious and had been practically places, but the ttiemorv of yon kept 'h.Hhl' hall the rote do-"n he "I was--queer." Keith's eyes were f.RNKHAI.; .BTATtlTK.B? thence Fut W.t CIO feet point of .tn.I. 4

ao ever since. When I looked. at m,- clean and< thereat I struck it rich came around the corner with the shoe- "" somberly on the ground as hs Hereby, ". .. le vlven that Aldermftn und and etmlalnlnir three aere. m"..
me iiurrhMftere of !.. Mtle eertlflciilMi h um- J. M. AI.VAKI-7.;
Belf I was us you see me now. To all -In! On-nnd< I come hack to let you Chatted Iron and tied It on. strode along. "u..h..d ..Uv.i. tit unit 2M l Issued hy lbs J. W. AN!>WKWS. .Jit.,

appearances an old man at twenty- hnd grown some "Pull away my lady Orlzel becelled Ilarlmra and I-ncllle Us ten Hntdfor I. R A WBBKaVS
Mick sheep .
know the II. "llle = :: Cfimmlealonera.NOTKr .
three."I Mill .t >ell>. lintel July .:1617and ..-H-.-. A. '
!. white wool, and I find you here Toe wlb her nolxy companions, ('ouldo.t Auvuet 101 II. renpwetlvely fllefl

pained; health and strength rapidly "Tlmmle Punnne !" the old woman "Jim I" on no common footing He hated said ertlfleaiea my office and madeaopllratlon Ol APPLICATION rOH TAX MELD 4

I and soon began to live again hut cried She tottered< and< he caught her, "Pull away" he said sternly. to be el.BYI questlontng-dlsapprov- with law.Raid for ta* dad io IMIM In aceordanre IIMItH HKCTIUN 171 <)P TUB 4

everything( previous to that moment of I I In his arms kissing: the silvery hair Grlsel's. hands trembled on the cold ing ; y..t"arl'ar.I"- ..rIH.._ reeneetivelv' ..mb. thefoHowInc rft-reliy C''HAI...MTATUTMI that r>. W. Mnfire.iurciatir .

my awakening on that 14th of July her, clear from the floor Iron of the mqD.t and then she let it out desperately. .. In Bradford County. Florida, | .".t.I. aria .eertlfiaatea numberedrminejtlvelr
as he swung Ill burt ...mined e.1 the date of the Unanee of atieheertlftratm .
and 145 and 1DR Issued hr the TaCfillenUir
was a blank-an absolute void ; In his strong arms dan tlf' ft('rul to reach as site greeted him with her frank In the name* reepeotlvely hereinafter til llrailfiiril County. Florida.> !

with memory went all capacity for In "Timmle Rnnnne himself !" he cried."I . the key. Would the magnet find that smile, "why do you go to Hoe La"l.D.o7 particularly rat forth towlftlYr1lnre.le certificate helnv dated Au.uo a, IVII. .11 1

tense feeling of any ktnd." He paused hark a week ago and Fvsbought Iron? Would the key cling fast The What do you Cod to Ilk. Intbst '< e* Southeast No. {IS emtirare'" eHrept.the N.-t filed .Id eertlAaalee In my .. liaamaile

drearily, then concluded : "I suppose came the old< place back and It's ;, rope In her bund slackened when the womanT' S.'r Tp. 7, H. R. M : acrM.I:: _.n.aiirlleallon. with law.for lap deed to I.. In as. i

that woman la my wife." ready and 'altln' for '.. Even this magnet touched bottom, and then she Hubs shook her, head ruefully. tn..n. No !IHI the W.I n.1 Maid eartlflcatae reatiertlvely .".. n,.
.. following ands In Hraitfcird County, Florida.aaaewed .
It The key found and
That cold-blooded statement broughtthe old cat Is there Nobody /'
second man erect In his chair him. He's thin-hut alive lot downto bellIFlnlnll'! you things," she said. "Ton ....rr out .w.nt.l Quartof Quarter a Rant Northeast C.1 nf Qunrfer fbiutheaiit Nnrh... iiartleularly, ,. th*Set sauna forth,reepectlvalir.. h..I..r.
ter :
open the door she '
"Suppose she U? My God. roan is but we'll feed' unlOk..d ter of Northeant Qu. of Norttiweet Quar.t'r ...
his ninth life T guess all my lur.rl_ I.'o you r.oerbr ..'. No. KB embrace the Northwe
that all you have to say? What are There's salmon and<<' cream In ... thinner, with eye that the night that your mother admiredmy A LaM Half, .of Northeast Quarter oftftitthvaHt ANorthwent luarteir nf Northwmt Quarter, M. T|>. S,
him ul'l Quarter of Northwest
questioned a. he stood there on Q..I. H. It 22 K. to awn'*, e..s.ed Coleeean.rvrtlncale .
you going to do at>out alt? the larder for him. Hurry get y nr t..ra. sweater She liked the wry It was Quarter of Nnrtheaiil ofPoulheaet No. IK5 emlirace. *i.,. Nortkwect.

The third man rose slowly, thrustIng Mother .Time, and we'll go the attic .. Grlzol put out herhand made, but not the 'color. And Ithoughtshe's Quarter of Northwest Quarter A Quarter bis flat belongln's.: but he had no mind for social 8 dniith Half of RnutheasQuarter of North "f Nurthwnt Quarter, dec. It. Tp. 1,
his long arms upward borne When, I come, home for my been having such acold wont Quarter Northeast Quarter of North- it m K. 120 aeree, fatal liana.llfileaa I. I

clenched as though in cane dumb, vacation every year you've got: '/I"qu.pze amenities. Keith, and It'a chilly on the porch went Quarter of Northwe Quarter A Wo said .rll.._ .h.1 lie redeenteelceordlnc ..
theuflnlte. "I've just handed] the money In att8. Half of Boruthi-aflt Quarter of Northweat .
I. dad Mao thenMm
fcopeless he were challeneTing for sure we little her I .
way me 'In somewhere, evenings worried a about tr of Northwest Quarter e.. We.1 Half of .
of .
the day Untber. A. I)
e bank' he said< slowly on e|>
When he answered his voIcCSeemed belong: together: !r- -you see, I love her Keith, for"your Houtheaet Quarter of Southwell QueKer of Wlttiean my official alMtiature and .. this)
attuned to the play of the elements dream riding< along/: In "You saved I all? ask e." Northwent Quarter, flea. II. *. H. R. I the m day of Ausuat A. l> 19 2U
It was like a "Every centI'mn I ready to for K.. int 1-2 Acre. .> w edj J. Rlt..nd\ *" W. T. WEEKS,
raging outlll<1p. the swiftly. purring: car with one frairlle .I.r ." asked the young niun, bewildered. llnleu said certlfleatea ( Tl I t. Clreult Court, llradfiird. County,, t
"She's in a fool's paradise-of boi.e.Let held close In the big flat of myself now. I guess I need you more arcordlnr to law ta. deed .". thorena ( c.t Ii C A. KNIIT.F.
hand than Grlxel but It Isn't fair on the lath day of Heptemher 11120.Wltne R ) ,
114t C lO l
I do? ever I. -
her tay there. What can Tlmmle Puanne, and when at last the t "Ho I decided to rake her a wonderful B m, official, .I"n.'u"( ..4 veal this ..u Cl..
In Clare- ask you to make any such wait as you the Inch day of Auras, A. It 1920. -
and children It was
Tve got a wife came In sight: sweater, Is
; old gray house lav'lte 1/ NOTICE Or APPLICATION POE TAX Dan Y
who may have to until I'm on my feel That W. T. WFKKrl.
moot Wyo. I married the girl through a mist of happy tears that .con.r.tlv. Isn't It? Mlus IJVo Clerk nf the Clrault Court. Bradford County, IINIlEK HfP T11EQENEKAL
I around to may""I
is what came
Dared back to life. With that nnrhsnted.M show how to make It I ITATUTa. I
me quite
It. It was to Die nnrd. p
she saw don't us waiting, Jim I I've e..f 'eal) Kf C A. KNIOHT Nillre la hereby H. Craft,
he shuffled from the room. she wished, It. only fresh. and sweet saved that.I can use b/l 'tulM my ( .r"nlll I one la br a-1n-Rt.s-fn. Deputy Clerk.NOTK tmrcliaaer of Ian Certificate No. 2. dated flu
theories/ !r some money 6th day of Aua-uet, A. II. 1510, tiled add
"To the devil with your scrubbing. ct store. D"Vo*> the kindest I r"
ashe from recent fix: the house np, and we can start JI.a ha 'r OP APPLICATION FOR TAT DEED ...II.,1 In my "".. and mat.Oplka- J
burst from the second< man ;Jane sat before the open flr*--for having a home right now, my knight I" h..r. She walked with me the other t'NIIFH: .V.TION Ill nr 'll I t( in .. deed t how ,.f. with .
raised his K'8118' unsteadily to his lipsThe was a chill In the air-In the old< evening) over to your house) no that she ; law ,
there IT.nlT1
"My lady Onset t A fellow Just has Maid .. de.erlhed .
Maid nothing, but Iaftfl' cover Hereby rxrtice la .I" A. Patch, "II..t .m.. h followta
first It. patchwork of mother's Mire .1ht
man chair with might. I.e sure your .
recking: to making good with yourselfhaving tiurchaner of ta> .. .. nnmberedrenneeflvely property, In I..r aounty.
midnight,; he eat before the ainol- that sire. had made herself and thecat keep the faith that be will !I" said And row the .'orii. done." .7 and 25 7. hound hy the TanOilWtor Florida, -.11 I. f. Norh ofNnrthwcat I

de ring ashes. thin hut contented, purred on her Keith drew a long breath."I of C.eror County Florida' aaldeertmnatea . ".r.,, Bee. SO, Tp 4. I. R. 1* B.. 1
Jim. Ind 1V17 hae .
lap' TlmiDl cam In softly end kneltbeside knew you'd lie 11..e"M." the girl filed ash : [e"'n my office snl has >. said land lieln .e* .d ., the date of

Greatest Timber autea.The her chair. Woman Machinist' sold happily. "Khali tlle It over made anplleatlon, with law. .. to fawne In aeordanee ".. ico.l*.uan.Wllh.m. of aueh. .In...laid. In aeitlncate the name t.

forests of western Oregon and "This Is the happiest day ofmy Racor operative In now t* your mottrerr ".lit .ertlfleatee re>pe tlvety embraeea 'h ...1 be redeemed aceordlnir tu law, tax deed
reaervolrs .- !" he said and his big voice! was Milts Annie Tobey, an And an HurharM made tier offering, following )I.n" In llnutfnrd County. Fin" _u. thereon on the lath day of rlelitem-
Washington contain the largest life Mother Jane the electrical shop at the Portamonth straight Into his moth _.d t. date of the llwuanee. of .." her A. D. IKO.Wltnea .
left In the soft and< tender. looked official lunature and this I
of virgin timber yard, won a contest for womenriveters K..fb I rertinnaleii namea herein- my .1
large pro reached out her hand and let It fall navy er's eyes. I after tiartleularly aet forth, towittC.ri1Mat. the 7th day of AueTuat, A. D. 1120. .a
United States, and a vary his b" .". recently when she drove 2 "She went to Miss I* / for No. 126 embrarea a A In BW W. T. WEEKS
portion of the lumber aced by the gently: on copper rivets Into battery boxes for of Boiithweet Quarter of Routheaat Quar- Clerk Circuit Court Brail ford ...1'. F .
from this replon saysthe "Heaven can hold< little better for Machinists said this was a lessons In knitting(, he Mid. "Uar'ea > ter. eW 14. Tp. S. H. R. t R., 8 A.. aa.I fneal) II,C. A. KNIGHT. J
country two hours
with weed Clerk.NOTKKOP .
said. happily. Then a to please yon with Just the I Unknown. Ihuuty
American Forestry MagazineWashington. me" she record for" (,'. .. No. lilt .m braes North went
( D. CO.) Washington ha sobbing little laush: "I've heard oftenof women .tyll (f sweater you admired. Barbara Quarter. of Southeast Quarter Be.. It. to. ., FINAL ItlSCHAkGKTwo '

:' place among the fairy godmother but TlmmleDuanoe. I realm, loves you Iolh..r." I t. R. 22 F..t. 40 aerea, assessed Unknown.UnleM month after data hereof, .. .I *>. I
Sofa 1000 held foremost .Iue of Impelling Id. aald sent voucher and Anal ,
the first fairy godson\ sn '"- shade Is- eertineate .h.1 be .tm. our .." h
the states In quantity of lumber produced you're onar"tv'IID'tItr t law. tax leene lion Oeo. A. tiardlner County Judo
ranks third In production rye ever heard oft"Sis A famous French political economist Hubs "lk..d anslou"I,. 1..ln. day of ..m..1.. A. l>. 1"... II..or! C"u"t7. Florida.. and ask I. be die-
: Oregon: now of standing once said : "What I admire In Christopher And all at once tears filled the moth Wln my official .I.n. and .1 this .. administrator of ,h eetate of ,
bnt Brat In volume Is not that he discovered the II' IIHh day of .. I). 120 Abernathy. oeaaaiwcl
and It will not he long, bPtore ef Humming Bird. COIU'DhuI er's 1" and she bent mid kissed W. T. WrCKS, Till, the ilHth day of June. A. n 1SZO.
timber annual cut will When a humming bird Is strippedof America, but that h* went lo girt. Clerk of the Circuit Court, 8..dror County O J. AlfRKNATItr.MMI. 1
the Increasing than look for It under the Inspiration of wool," I t-,. .. ALVA ABCnNATHT.Arfmlnlatratnra
the feathers It U no larger a "It's lovely, lovely I.te.d..r
Place her at the head or next Its 1X..11] ,C. A. KNIOHT. of the of T. D. ,
bead of tumber- .rodudng states. bumble bee an Idea. she ssld. SHttIO.. Deputy Clerk Dec. *. 7d-M '




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is really Ahe bolnhevikl who are fightIng \ : TAMPA WOMAN I 1

Bradford County\ Telegraph : for liberty, not Poland. Uncle

-.-._.-_ .-. Sam is another of those uncle whom
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Fnbii r'. -r.ur.-cl .s '(<. pobody cares for except when HAS GAINED I
|i d Weekly, and something from him. So
want to Ret
anti thaw master .t the pot-office at I let Poland and the rest of the warring Yes SireelI II

i '.r _, Stark, Florida. I countries work along at their 17 POUNDS

= = =- I regular trade, which is squabbling:,

1 E. S. ?An HEWS./;; Editor; and O nr.. and let our jingoes and sentimentalists I
hold their pi'ace. We have enoughof : MRS. ('(He.oUl NEVER INTENDS TO this
I We made
I warn at home just now. We cannot I i' HE \\ nllOUT TANLAC AFTER ciga-
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I. ", H.pre..rpo I afford to meddle with European TillS SHE SAYS
,[ ,.t < j
i 1' I muddles for the pr" l'nt. When you ,, rette to meet

help a mired cow up to terra firma, "My cat' was given un an hopoli- -
what happens?! Her first act is to try I t" be 'I' taste!
The In the states from I and never expe ted:! R 'W your
hay crop to you. I but Tanlac has .
gore woman strain not on.
which Florida draws her : supply
-- rid of trouble but I hate
will be short this year gotten my
F Our in farmers part, should save all the hay INTERESTING: :ATIIERIH I actually rained seventeen pounds in 1Y

and i'oufrhnpe possible. ;JU:AU"III IT AT : weight: besides" was the truly remarkable -
y; FLOIH' fATE FAIH statement made by Mrs. ;\1.1.I .zIl

i R. Coram of 803 Lake Avenue, TJim-
For close figuring give us the U. S.
Their men I Government Expert Demonstrate The pa. .. ,
geological/: survey. young
t have figured out that the world's aup- : Methods of Forecasting Weather "For years I suffered eo bad from .

ply of crude oil for irasoline: Is enough: ,: Changes ,' indirection that Jife was hardly worth

to last for just K 8 years, not a day' living:. I couldn't eat a thing without 5

I wore or loss. And that In spite of the Jacksonville. Ha.-Visitors to the I Buffering from sourness and gas af

i oil supply being hundreds of feet Florida State Pair thin year, November terwards. For this reason I was

down in the ground: and many fields 48-27, will be afforded an opportunityto I afraid to pat very much and fell off In ,
us yet undiscovered. Such IB science. see how the weather man works weight: until I was only a hundred and ''

and the tools he uses In "making I twelve pounds. I had neuralgia flO' : ,
l Two Cailotrom field aviators attempting .: weather." had thnt it almost drove me distractedand ..-

a trip from Carlstrom field] kept me in bed for days at a time II'' III

to Chicago: were forced to land in and was so nervous that the least lit. ; I

ry; the Dead Cypress bottom near lticki tie sound at night: would wake me up. I IJIj
rs wsJ have wonder-
i man, Ken. The aviators escaped' safe I simply hadn't strength enough! : to : CAMELS

I and sound, but their machine coating: do my housework and was just tired' mellow-

t thousands. of dollars was destroyed. and worn-out all the time -J.
. t >f mildness and a flavor's
: It is such stunts as this that causes' "But four bottles of Tanlac have I II

. every kiddie< to pay a cent war tax changed all that and I am feeling: likea I I refreshing as it is new. ptavjCamels

on every cone of ice cream eaten. new person. I have a splendid appetite I IMi nt
Wauchula Advocate.The and can eat anything I want : quality and Camels expert a <
__ and never' have any bother from Indi- I.
Observer is a new weekly! journal ;- "... t I pention. In just a few weeks 'I have I I blend of choice Turkish and choice O O"h y t

for Jacksonville, built on the same gained so in weight: that I now turn Domestic tobaccos win you on .

line as the late Claud L'ErKle, 's Dix. ... "'... .- the scales at a hundred and twenty-
I Camels blend tires .
1 !ie. It is Intended to show up the rot. Making Up the Daily Weather Map In nine pounds. I never have the neuralgia -, never your taste. And e

9 tenneSR in the metropolis and the Weather Bureau Exhibit I now, my nerves are steady and I Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertastenor
i state and to point out remedies for strong, and I sleep like a child at
existing evils Charles E. Jones is The way in which the weather bureau night. I never intend to be without unpleasant cigaretty odor I

I the editor and he knows his. work. is able to forecast etorras, frosts Tanlac after this, and am glad of the J
Both Jacksonville and the state at and floods for the protection of agriculture opportunity to tell my experience for What Camels quality and expert blend can

y large need somebody to shake them up commerce and navigation will the benefit of others." mean to your satisfaction you should find

at times, Just as the church conirreKations : be clearly demonstrated and explainedby Tanlac is sold in Starke by F. L.
must occasionally have "evan- trained men sent to Jacksonville Turner; in Raiford by Weaver Drug I out at once I It will prove our say-so when

' Itelists" to tell them what their own ,or the purpose from the Bureau at Co.; in Lake Butler by TomlinsonM you compare Camels with any cigarette

preachers think they had better leave Washington.( \ ..ines Drug Co., and in Worthington -I
unsaid In connection with the demonstration by R. T. Taylor.-Adv. in the world at any price!

the weather bureau will displayIts I I '.....
/. are told verrwfiara In muJmntiftnlly' aea/ad paekac. or* 30 VdlX/alu.te.
The Tampa Tribune in an able ed- daily weather map showing local City. .,or tan _cA..... <<<20Oe/i r..'...) in a a>'...'ne->>ap."'._"'.r. .
itorial holds that the U. S. army and Weather conditions from day to ttum carton for the homo w oflSoaupplf e r 8LE Nil FSTlCfI

navy are not "schools for convicts," This exhibit will be not only Instructive was shaking hands with his friends I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
to believe, the but intensely interesting. rFIVE
as some .judges seem here Friday.
Win.ton-Sa.Iom. N. C. _
\ Tribune citing: instances when Judges: Mr. and Mrs. R. L Davis, who have t
were willing t
condition that they entered the army ness, are much Improved at.this time I I
Five Mile Aug. 27.-Mrs. Angus: Pavl. L. A. Jr., D.vla. E. M.I
j or navy. The Telegraph holds the and trust will soon be restored to I hover Perry 1>IKK.. J. ().
I name opinion as the Tribune, and at Rielling and Miss Dozea were business their usual health. ", I>uke., K. E. L. Durling, C. 8.Edward .

the time thin county was about to enter 'I visitors here Friday. Our school is increasing: daily in '. *. W. F. E Ldward. W. M. '
the world war, and recruiting was I Marcus and Oren Dckle, L. G. John interest and attendance. Edwards, J. W. Eupenun, W. J.
T. J. Pukes Prof. Futch, Ardell Eastman, L. II.Potch. .
at fever heat, we expressed' substantially son, Ask UsWhen
the same sentiments. We areS Prawdy, Dewey Duke and Math F
Dukes were visitors to Lake Butler Like a ship without a sail J. E. i Freeman A. H.hutch 'i
glad: to know that army and navy ofll C:. A. Florrld. J. B. .
sere refuse such material If the per Saturday. rrrr Fernandes. R. 8. Flin.. A. O.

'sonnt'l kept up' to a high standard, Eugene Crosby of Brooker, was the Drifting on a calm sea.erMr Griffin. T. ,J. G Griffin t). J. contemplate making TJ' investment, ask
recruiting will never be difficult. guest of his sinters, Mesdames Dukes <; ..h..m, W. H. Green R. A. you
and Futch Saturday and Sunday Green W. H. Green Floyd your banker about it. Not that the Isn'ceris: infall
Coins nowhere-Nowhere George, R. D.Haynea. .
TIUKVrs: OF TilE WORST/;; SORT; Raymond Hewitt. Ardell Drawdy, : po. H ible or smarter than you are-but because that is a
\ attended erraDon't J. O Hoover C T.Hciover. .
Dewey Duke and sister, Miss Mae, -
.1. C Huffman A. I'. of his business.
! One of the proverbs of the old Jews the annual meeting at Swift let l Starke drift around Hayne. O. L% Bemlnimay, H. D. 'i' part

I was, "Whoever brings up a child with. Creek> Sunday.Ardell area Humphrey.Hfmlnirway.R.F.8.D. llarvanl Hayva,, E.W. W.B. If he is a successful banker, that is an indication that
out a trade brings' him up to steal. Drawdy Misses\ Norma De Undue, Wm. ,
Until she pets waterlogged ; Howard W. M. he knows good investments when he sees them. This
And this stealing need not be the kle and lucile Varnes attended a par Kun., .. fc. II Jlarru, A. J.
I mere taking of money from a till or a ty at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben eer Hull. J N. B. bank keeps in touch with good investment and pre

highway robbery that could send him Waters Saturday evening.B. Let's get up Home wind to fill out John, M I.. Jonas, Dave sumes to know by experience what to leave alone.
i to jntl. The meanest thievery In the J. Thomas and family have }nov- rear John, A. H. Johns, JacnbJohnn
Jeff Junta, D.. C.i I
J world is that of the person who steals] ed to the Homestead farm near Scout Her sails! and Roost her along. John. F. B. John., 8. R. While we, like all human kind are prone to mistakeswe

? another's time, another's energy It Hole bridge. John. F. M. John.. C. C. have been reasonably successful and we will take
.lolinn, .1. .
W. Jenkins.
I err A. O.
is thn parusite' that II Is the most con After a two weeks vacation Dewey'
i John. P. E. Jones, Noon in with who to callon
pleasure advising care
temptible thlnfe in God's creation....* Duke returned to his work in Plnt :,I The Wind?-A Board of Trade! Johnion, CliffKener great any

I only God nhouldn't be blamed for their rrrr . J. K Kilo. rM us.. \

l existence. They muwt have been. acci.clonts ANNOUNCEMENTSFor I -Yours- for- prosperity Kite Bites Klckllter. J. F.
hk-klll.T. L. W. Knight, C. A. AGAINST LOSS
i ,-Miami Metropolis. CONSUMER'S! LUMKEIt CO., Knight D. E. Kendrick T. N. OUR DEPOSITS ARE INSURED

Marshal and CollectorI Roscoe McLane Mgr. Kite. II.n Kit. "','r.." Sr. FROM ANY CAUSE
NOT OUR TIGHT hereby announce> myself a candidate Kite, Terry, Jr., Kite J...

i i (tI I.' _____ for re-election to the office of II8T OF QUALIFIED EI.ECTORStTndrr II. E. LLnuerirren. Llvlnnnton n C.
I Poland Is in trouble So are twenty marshal and collector of the town of the provision; of ection 10 of the l.i.nn. A. V. i, Lon., F. H.Lim"h. .
revbu'd ordinance of the town of Rtarke. the T. N. Law,
B. D.
or more other European countries Starke. My\ record is well known to MIowInK lint of the voter qualified. to vote In Lewi. R. Kirk LAKE BUTLER BANK
Every one of the wars is claimed to all the voters, and if it has met with the gen..ral election In mid for Mid town. ta M .
.be held nn Tueaday., September 14. 1920, I.pllbll.h'd Moltt. W. A. Moltt A. .
be for 1ib rty. It is true that -1',1., their approval, and they elect me for .
I J. W. MatthewE.. S. State County District and City DepositoryLAKE
S dent Wilson said at the pence confcr- another term, I promise to do my full d Muck. Meson Mitchell, J. M. ,
'once that "the American people who duty, as in the' past, and work for the Auntln. HAlvaret. Alv...... J. MAdkln Miner I/. D. Mixon. C. A. BUTLER FLA. l'
J. W. *. A. r.:. Mott II D. Mannlnn, J. C. ,
came Into the world consecrated to good of Starke... I earnestly solicit the Andrew. J. W. Jr.. Alv....... T>. W. Matt W. F. Mill.K J. B.
liberty, were> ready to cast their lot in support of the voters at the ensuing Alva....., 8. L. AM'arn. C. K.Andor Mercer J. 8. Miner, 1.. KMaiim. :
Alvare. AlontoAndrew *. J. Z. H V. Mlddleton. W. E. J
common with the lot of those whose town election SILASKITE. N *. J. W. Sr. Alvre. EnrolAndreu. Mouili Adorn. HillAndenon O. T. 8. -------
liberty is threatened, wherever the A. McMillan McCoy Btarlmr .
A. W. Andi Ceo I RasaNewman.
candidate for *on
cause of liberty srcmyd to be imperil I am a city marshal 6nrynn McLan.N rUrinvfelliiw.; W. O. Smith E. HStatiaell. Wiilnwriirht. A. A. White Ceo. C.'
ed.! Hut it is time we quit being sen and earnestly solicit the support of .r A R. Bundel. JneobBrownie ., M. D. Newiom R. A. J. O. Si.trunk. Cynu IISnrn. Wynn L, J. Wynn, B. S'
llryun. 8. A. *. H, L.. I P J. B. Rapp. W. H. Wynn, L. A.
,',, timental. We have troubles of our all the voters at the election Sept. !tlifinl. AlbertMrlnMin Brown. Wm. Parker, John Peak C. L. M,...nb."". E. H Slleox. D. L. I hereby e.'if that the; foregoing lit kCorrect
ownUt/ home, throubles mostly engendered : ,14th. I have nothing against the T. A. Bennett O. II 1 l-nce. Chu F. Perk: : 8.: Ulettfiml Strickland, Cha. Smith J. J. according to the record In mv offict.
Knlndnn W. W.Ilium. Burrow. R H Q. 1'eek. J. L. C. A. FLITCH
1 from being generous in helpingthose present marshal and am not fightinghim. E: I.. Bishop H. A. I'nppell.. K R Powell. Wm. Clerk Town of "....k..
who could not help] themst'lves neither am 1 a candidate of anyman I Union, II Y Darne. SpencerHryaa Pcrkln. W. H. Pullum, D. P. Truliy.' J. M. Thomas, E. M. -
I Bleaker. W. E. R 1 rnl>y. J. J. Turner J. O.
From the beneficiaries we have received or faction of men. I am makingthe C W. M. Rltch' N. T. hitch J. H. Taturn J. M. Thomas.. Mallory NOTICE\ OF FINAL, TIISCHARGE
more criticisms than thanks rare! solely on my own initiative. ('.nnv.. P. Fl Coo_. A. 8 I I 1 KlKK: ::. P.: M: Richard.. H. C.: Tracy, K. M Turner, F. L.Vclow Sixty day after data hereof 1. the undrriirnid -
This was to be expected, but )let that I I am a taxpayer and if elected will (Criitehneld rhaa.Canova. Canoga, E. F. Reynold. Richard Rhodvn J. F. U a* Administrator of the estate .'
I J. F.Calloway. Campbell. K.': T. Nohinon J. C. Illltby, D, L. John Hardy Newwom. deceaaed will prenent my
be enough. : devote my entire time to the office and : JohnCham. Colley. ... F. Bitch Herbert Robinson, J. W. 'I W vouchers and final account. to the Hon. Get
Poland's boundaries were markedout will be found on 'the job at all times. F. E. Carpenter. P. P. 8 Wilson J. E. Will., )1:. E. A. (Gardiner County Judge of Bradford Coun.ty. .
.. the conaideredboth It will be ambition if elected to'' Cnu'n'r. O O. C.n..... F. A. Stump, F. F. Bternbenr. N. William, Kit Week. W T. Florida, and ak to be discharged a* *ucb
by treaty and were my Chandler.. M.rk Cronby W. A. Kcoll. A U Swtrunk. G.: M.: Malnwnxht N. D. Wall, W. L. Administrator 1
ample and liberal. Dut Poland serve all alike. In other words a ,' II Stllley Rest Sh.lT.r. F. Whit. J. W. Week. R. A. Thor the Ii7th day of Auvuat. 1920.
wanted a slice of Russia hence the square deal to all will be my constant ThilioM. J. M. Darby, A. M. Sweat r:. C. Strickland. 1"1 NVhlw, O. W. Wllllim. J. O. R. B. NEWSOM. 1
l>avl., J. R. Pavl. W. E. Scott F. A. 8aer. Will. J. C. Wall A. E.: Administrator of Etata of Hardy Newnonitlfceaaed.
war. Going down to brass tacks, Itt aim. J. B. SAI') towline, B. M. Darby, J. M. Snellvrnv. G. W. Strickland. O. II. IValnwriirht, W. M. W.I",. Geo. : 0.27.St-0.21
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GAIETY THEATRE I''I' "They don't look natural," was the_ A feature of the CfeaVwater Bench I follies of Florida' that the depends

I reply, 'there's no (0on any of 1 hotel recently}:! opened :is that all the on northern factories for furniture.

STARKE, FLORIDA | 'em." "I furniture wm made at the Roux & There it plenty of suitable timber In

Bits of LocalInformation -- Son mill in Plant City and it U dethe state for furniture and she la

I TODAY FRIDAYI On West Madison Tuesday there scribed as exceedingly beautiful, substantial nearer the mahogany! forests of the

was a free fight between several> and unique. U is one of the tropics than Michigan.M .

try bullon the sidewalk Indies had .

f LOUISE HUFFIn. to take the opposite side of the strc<.: f= .++> fi+++++++++.++++..., ++++tt.ttt.t.. ....++++++..
a and frightened mothers called in then f.

Peetf.w. r_,... ...,"" ..... .d I small children, tearing that they 1
to .*. ...., .
C m tr T_ might be cored. And this was on the '

i ;, "THE LITTLE INTRUDER" posedly] iilirod town. I E

Miss Katie u Struth is visiting relatives weeks-on account ot e.-r.sickness, is-able. Tomorrow, SATURDAY 1920 Model Ford FOill.E Touring:; Car, withSelfstarter. I'j EI I L. A. SHEROUSE D. ROUNTREEWaldo : :

ill Jacksonville.Mrs. to be out again
; .
: : Smith's Garage.The I
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Hurst of Chicago is G. M. Sistrunk distributor for the
] visitingher ) members of the Telegraphforce
aunt, ]Mrs Mary Hopkins. Standard Oil Co., now has 01III.'W\ and i Featuring ANITA STEW were j'ladd'nelt'l'dnpsday I
powerful Federal truck for
transporting -
mornirg by the of KirkLewis
his oils. ART and EARL WILLIAMSIn appearance
Mrs. /f. J. Griffin spent Tuesday who came to resume his duties

shopping in Jacksonville as printer Sergeant Lewis Jiadlieen Auto Co.
:'oIl'. and Mrs J. D. Stansell motored -
-- "From Headquarters"Also at Camp' Johnston the past two
Charley Beasley has returned froma to Swift Creek Sunday to attend<< ,
weeks with his company' but returned i
the annual meeting of the
trip to Dunnellon and Gainesville. Primitive home a day sooner than his comrades I

Baptists. FIFTH EPISODE lie liked his outing very much, although ..

Cof.. J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, it was by no means a pleasure ',
business visitor here Monday. MesM-s. J. C. and John Powell and Invisible Hand but of hard for the
was a trip, a .pcrliKl work) j '
I Mrs. Tyson left Friday for Waynesville tobut soldier boys to .perfect them in army \\ repair all makes\ of car and carry a complete line of

L. E. Jordan, of Oviedo, spent Sunday several, N.weeks.L. C., .where they will spend technics. accessories and repair part, gaolinrand oils. ,
here with his wife and little son.
_. left the county many years, ago.
B- laB lB .B.iBB a M A. Davis and family have returned Ilia many friends were glad to meet Summer Hats that sold up to We solicit your patronage. Guaranteed workmanship
Mrs. A. II. Green wont! to Jacksonville to town after spending several him. $15.00. going; nt $::!.HS!> and up atSternberjr's.
visit friends Friday afternoon. service.
to I I prompt
days at the Freeman cottage, Kings- ,
ley lake. P. McMillan; and family and Mr.
Miss Sara Sweat, of Winter Park, and Mrs. Hemingway moved last week Martin Merrill, Fredej-icka and Shop in Alexander big galvanized building.
j u visiting her brother, G. C, Sweat. Leah Struth are visiting their "sister! ,
into the
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Prescott have house recently vacated by Mr e
-- Mason street. Mr. Hem Mrs Sydney JohiiBoi, at Plant City.
gone to Homestead, Dade county, tospend' on Thompson
Work Shoes $2.50 at Sternberg's.
several months, returning to ingway has recently purchased the
Starke about December 1st. house and lot. Mrs A. E. Wall and little son, William
Duncan, have returned from a
]Miss Maude Overstreet, vt Lawtey, visit with relative in SI>Springfield:: ...
Gv S. White and little daughter, Misses Belle Pettit and Mary Clary,
was the guest of Miss Nettie Dubose Frances, returned last week from of Gaffney, S. C., who have been via I

Sunday. Jacksonville, where they visited Mr.White's sting Mr. and Mrs. A. M.:: Fettit, returned Miss Edna Epperson, of Lake Butler Waldo Auto Co.
mother. home lust week, stopping en- is a guest of her cousin, Miss EvaEpperson
Miss Camillus Haskins, of Clearwater route at St. Augustine.Miss at Kingsley lake. .
is a guest at the home of Mr. and
Miss Naomi Dgg! has
Russell. FloridaIflHIIMMMIM
home after spending six weeks in Ella Woodrnugh, of Palatka, ,
Tampa teaching in a summer normal is visiting Miss Elizabeth Brownlee, 1920 Model 'urd-T.mrlnl{ Car, with
Mies Bonnie Thomas left Saturdayfor school. and the two young ladles are the Splf. tartpr. Smith' Garage
where she will teach
guests of Mrs. T. N. Limbnugh: at
term of school., Mr. and Mrs.,Robert Mott and chil- Kingsley lake. i Mrs. A S Crews.left Wednesdayto
visit relatives at Tampa and oth..rpolnta
dren, Wentworth, Ga.
are occupy.Ing
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe D. McLane The Bradford High School will in South Florida.CLASSIFIED .
were in Jacksonville first of the the Crews cottage on North Wal- open ++++++* {>-;'+f'++fo++*+++*+++++< t M 1 1+++
nut street. Monday, Sept. 18th. Prof and !Mrs. ADVERTISING "
week? S. S. Dow ling will\ come from Tallahassee W

Mr. and Mrs L. C. Prescott left next week and see that everything :
Special sale on men's and DOY.' FOR SALE-Strawberry plants, $2.50/ ....
is' in readiness for the opening
Wednesday to spend several months I
suits at Sam Rosenberg's." 20 per with their daughter, Mis. Neal Ham- of school. per 1,0(10.( C. C. Cowart, Route 1, ," I \\i ,

cent off of regular prices.A lin, near Miami. Starke. 8-20-31 u,0 ,"--. .. \

Piles of creosoted tics are now seen. Ford truck practicallynew ,.j J
son was born to Mr. and Mrs. lilit :
the tracks. The ties ,
Miss Juanita Bessent left Wednesday along railway
one ton worm drive; stake
Archibald Harris on Sunday, the 15th ; ; 4 ,
for Ft. Lauderdale to spend several are all sap, but the chemical treat body and cab; new tires Consum ''I / 1

inst. months with her sister, Mrs. Da. ment will\] make them last as long as er's Lumber.Co. & .1--' :/ I t1
vid Oliver. heart ties, though: they are softer In ,
Robert Demorest, Jr., has returned texture FOR SAI.E-3 new bottom row- :-= /,> ;

to Starke to be in readiness for the Mrs. W. H: Taylor has gone to boats; 1 round bottom rowboat; 2 /: rJ' 1 (ll1 r
opening of school.Men's Campbellton, Jackson county, to visit Miss Ida Warren has had as recent used Evinrude Motors Reasonable 11.- '\\, l J

her son, Lee Taylor. She will be ab guests Mrs. Mabel Roberts, of Eustlt,, prices Consumer's Lumber Co. ". ..(" "., I'" ;.- "' . II
Panama Hats, $2.00 at sent four weeks and MH! Grace Setter white, of Chattanooga .,{ ; -- -.... t.,I. j
Sternberg's.Ancel Tenn. Miss Satterwhite has ST-llne, black cow, one black \', f t. : l

Mrs D. E. mills also been visiting her relatives, Mrs, yearling and one white yearling, allunmarked. \W'I'y\' \ .
Wainwright if now the express Knight and Bonn, Suitable reward for in- r fc., ",'. r: .
M. C. Neal and Mrs Ed Neal.
and Paul, returned Wednesday after '
messenger on the Wannee formation. G. C. Mott, Route 1, 111- I. ; 1'
spending several weeks at Asheville, J ._--.. '- t J ., '
branch train. Ridgerrest and Junaluska, N. C. Mrs. George Epperson, Mrs. Maine! Starke. R-13-41 !#j I ,, \'1
Misses Kate and Georgia Epperson of i
Mrs. J. T. Wills, Sr., has been Lake Butler, returned home Sunday CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for /' >
Dr. and Mrs W. E. Middleton wentto l' : > .
spending a few days in Waldo, with Jacksonville Wednesday to spend a after spending a week wit Mrs. W. prices and ship your ties of ..0grades '' *>- /,: ,' ,/xw .
her son and family. Cress. Manufacturing.. .
J. lake. Pr to
few days with relatives and to attend Epperson at KingBley \ -::=-- :h 0'
Durbin the Shriners meeting.A. Sasser York was also a wec-k-end visItor Jacksonville, Florid< .l I \" '..:_' "...,r"I
Geo. E. Andreu, of spent '
of Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Epperson. \ J
the end of last week in Starke with FOR SALE-$r.r.O will buy a 1920! ( Without she fTnds a .
relatives.J. E. Wall and family moved Wed. Chevrolet touring car in first class : : looking\,

nesday into the house recently vacated E. W. Stewart has moved his family .- condition; extra tire with car Sam her (HVvxintcs in the Samn' '!' r J JL
where he la :
to Mulberry employed
M. Brownlee has returned home ; by Mr. and \Mrs. C. S. Purling, on Rosenberg, Starke. 8-20-tf. "- I"-. iii
in mill. Mrs. Stewart and children
I East Call street. a iA.l III fll
after spending two weeks visiting relatives Leroy and Louise! left yesterday . [I Give 1I 1i* ;)?) ' l > ..-tK* P

in Mississippi.Mr. Miss Dorothy Edm-ards returned to for Live Oak where they will via SynPI'ltRF.LS -,="r"(li i ten kinds ese'ic tsJ, j for sealseigl)) ,\bl jceriLrJ '
and Mrs. E. C. Scott of Jack her home in Gainesville Saturday, after it !Mrs. Stewart's mother, Mrs. C. W. Two cars just received Buy earlyor " \i; Amrncnn fovea if lie fltioct tliocolutet. I Ii .,
Inman and from there will theirnew "
a visit with her cousin, Miss Florence go to do without. If you do not believethis t
sonville, were guests of friends in :Matthews, at Kingsley lake. home at Mulberry just auk some one who knows.They I I Tlirw{ canJi,.i me |>nclt.J i in +
Starke and Sunday. _
Saturday are going fast. Come at once. ,-- ',_ \ I ..

Mrs. Aquilla Williams and Carl Rev. Chas. II. Abernathy preachedat II. L. 'Fowler, Lake Butler. 8-20-tf. !:
Miss Mabel Reddish went to Hampton 1j'l'IIfll Sampler l
Presbyterian church Sunday morn - .
Miss Williams have returned to their home --- - '-" i
Sunday to visit her cousin, in Alachun, after a visit with Mr. and ing and in the evening. at the :Methodist Mrs. 1'. P. Dekle and 1 H. F. Gaineywere .--

Eva Williams Mrs A. M. Pettit. church, and while here was a business visitors to Luke Butler ;J-ii! -l I \\\'e\ fiair the Sninlrr ", ,,vttur I l
guest at the home of :Mr and Mrs N., last week j '" .
Warner Corsets and Brassieres Misses Lucile and :Mary Morrow B. Hull.\ :Mr. Abernathy left Mondayfor -__ ,'."" .1 11'1'1'1.' ,

at Sternberg's.Mr. and Julia Beth Prrll: of Tampa, arrived Asheville, N. C. lfI'ItIJlTlt\ll\ ltlClltUIOmfnlJCICItxK.IIDc.:1C1It'.IjlII! : ; f'

and Mrs. L. A. Davis and Doris Tuesday Scott at and Kingsley are guests lake of Miss Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams and COFFINS & CASKETSAnd :'-- ') Scott Drug: Co. |_2

daughter, Ruby, are spending a whileat children went to Culpepper county,, a Full Line of

Kingsley lake. Mrs J. C. Poppell and children, Is- Va., two months ago on account of the Undertaken' Supplies

la and Joscph, of Plant City, returned, severe, illness of Mrs. Williams father 1
Mrs. L. Goodyear, of Ocala, is visiting home Tuesday!! after spending a week Mr. J. M. Smith who died a short i uAltSEAI"'as..n
at the home of her father, PaulE. time ago Mr. Williams and family 1 1w
here with relatives and friend
hand. The bent aut -
Canova. i
returned home last week.
lice at the lowest prices.. Special

Auto tops, cushions and seat Great quantities of new sweet potatoes :'olrllJ, W. Killian left Tuesday for attention to telegraph! or-
cov'l leave Starke dally So far J. M.
ers made to order at M. Brownlee and T. S. Williams have her home in Williamsburg, Va. She era. Registered

Starke, Fla. been the biggest shippers. was accompanied ar far as Jacksonville i a! Family Success
by her father, J. M. Truby. her DeWITT C. JONES
J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville, was a brother J. J. Truby and cousin Mist
A. Z. Earl Edwards has moved with his STARKE, FLA.a'IUiNOifDfOfnp101mOft00lDt6ClQital99t11lQOf. it
week-end truest of Mr. and family to the cottage! on West Call Mabel Wellcr, the party making thetrip ,1I
Adkins at Kingsley I lake tbt
by automobile ) I
street formerly occupied by p S. Mc-

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson and I Millan and family. Miss Lottie: Warren arrived Wednesday P t'

Mrs. W. L. Wall are spending a whileat Mrs. D. R. Edward and children, from Oak Creek, Colo., whert ,

the Weeks cottage: Kinjjsley lake. William and Mary Ella, of Gainesville she has been for the past seven THOMASCROWN e 1

are spending. the week with Mr. months with her sinter, Mrs. E. B. There are many families in and around Starke
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell spent '
the and Mrs. J. E. and :Mrs. E. S. :Matthews at Klngsloy" Freeman. Before returning home she who hate more than one bank account at the Bank of 1.
week-end Mr. stopped in St. Louis: !MO., to visit her
Wilson at Kingsley: lake. I lake. friend Mrs. Katie Reese Starke. In each instance! each bank; account owner I 114

i Lake Butler advices are to the effect well known here. We want to hecome better acquainted .
Mr. and Mrs.C. E. Ahearn and children that the faculty of the high school A man came into a store 'In Starke famllleH who
of Mr. and' with the different member of the mayor
were week-end guests and the schoolhouseis ] the other day to buy some 'post cards
there is complete
Mrs E. S. Matthews at Kingsley lake I being put in readiness for opening) of Starke scenes to send away. lie Two-Speed may not have an account with IIH.
shown about 1doz.n different
I was
FOR SALE next Monday.:: views. After carefully looking! them s When the individual members, old and young,

1920 Model Ford Touring; Car, with Mrs. Susan Bielling hat returnedto over he left them and went out. The bank here, each receives bank service that I IH. helpfulhis -

Self.starter.- Smith's .Garage._ her home in Providence, end Mrs. salesman asked if he didn't like them. MOWING or her interests are advanced, and thus the family

of Fall P.Imea: and baby have returned to their unit with the advance of each member.
Wait for our opening 'an a keeps step
in LaBelle, both ladies having
Millinery. Sternberg's.GIRLS home ALBERT II. FREEMAN: M. D, MACHINES
the home of Mr. and
been visitors at
We want more of the families of Starke; and Bradford -
Mrs. C. A. Mixon. PHYSICIAN AN)) SURGEON<< ;
WANTED-I'ay while you County to join our "Fumily of Uepm.JtorH.
learn week after WALNUT STREET. NEAR<< CALl,
$9.00 to $15.00 psi'
; The of the court house spire
It. apex .
learning. Apply Cigar Factory. has broken off and* leans over as if STAKKE FLORIDA, The latest impovement in 2.

Brown, of tired. Wonder if the fumes from the horse Mower Change the speed
Misses and Joyce
Gladys of Luc .I
confiscated booze sometimes brought Stats ef Ohio, Cur Tolado I
Raiford, came Wednesday to County urn. knives to suit ,
office have of cutting
sheriff's can any- your
to the Frank J. Chanry asks oath. that ha liaanlor
Miss Elizabeth Brownlee. thing to do with it.Mr partnar of the firm of .. J. Chanaj.: condition wi' hout speeding your .
Co. doing business In the City of Tlado.
Jacksonville, came /'ountand Btata aforaaald and thai: team. Part 'will be carried on
Billy Harris, of : and Mrs. A. O. Andrea have as ...14 firm will par the sum of ONE HUN I II
Tuesday to visit at the home of his their Cherry street home DBED DOUUA KH for anr caM: of Catarrt: hand. Call and inspect before Bank of Starke
at ,
grandparents Dr. and :Mrs.: J. C. Wills that eannotbarur by the u. cl .
Titusvllle. Mr. MP.DICINE
Mrs. R. R. Brown, of HAIX'B CATARitF1 buying a mower. I I

Hastings, is. Andreu's mother, and Mr and Mrs. Sworn to before PRANK ir. and J.aubarrlhart CHENEY.I Ir I
Mrs. of I THE HANK
Z. J. Roberts I.
of Savannah; Ga. Mr. D.emb.rA. GROWING \1 -
Brown, this e(1) day of
Fred my pr*>*
visiting at the home of her parents Andreu's half brother. less..ce. I. . Ti i
Judge Geo. A. Gardiner, the Brown Is Mr. and Mrs.
past week. I S. York of' St. Petersburg, internally and ana through th* BlooC I \I
Dr. A. I on the Muroui 8'irfaraa of lha Briton.LruKclata. Starke Fla. 1
topped over in Starke Saturday. The 76... Totlmonlaia fr... ,
Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner, who has been five : <".>.tor is a former Lake Butler boy I F. J. Cheney: Co.. Tolado, Ohio. ,1-
confined to her home for the 'past "


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__ _.... IlltADFORD COUNTY nLER: "rtt.CT4R"F FI.mun FRIDAY. AUGUST 27. 1920
y TA\Io1Ii a.eVBRADFORD'S- -_
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Written for the; Telegraph) OW Time Journal. Heirloom of rI
Stirke People I
Bradford county has few natural
curiosities but those we have are note The latent curiosities;; to come to the
worthy. Not far from Providence, Telegraph's l notice are two old news
r where the land formation appears to papers. One, the property of Rev.R Goodyear Mileage and
I j be older than further east, there are D- Bower, Is a New York Herald of
J two or three streams which suddenly: April 19, 1875. Beirut printed on the
t ''i' run into the earth, disappearing from ]()Oth anniversary of the battle of
W 1 eight. But by far the greatest won- Lexington the first} fought in the Revolutionary for .
., '" der is the large: sink hole a mile south war, it contains facsimilesof Tires Small Cars
of Clayno. While sink holes are plentiful pages of several papers printed at
I in many parts of Florida they the time of that battle when a hand-
y are generally small and of lit'le depth; ful of despised "provincials" put to
If I the cavity in question is a good: deal flight many times their' number of

,' over 200 feet across the top, regular: British regulars. The American Ions , A well built tire yields much more
j : I in outline and very deep. Nature 1 loves was 88 killed the British lost 273 r
I diversity, and by means of earth end men. But that is history.In mileage for each, dollar of cost thana
sky and water expresses different een1 -
those early days shoemakers had
1 timents. Hence we have the majestic i to make their own last and shoe peg: tire purposely made to be offered
I landscape the pad the smiling: and .. .
and had: to be (present at hog killingsto : '
the awful. To the last class the Brad- fight with each other for the possession ,- at a sensationally low price; buy ,
t t ford sink hole belongs. "Lo, the poor o'> the stiffest bristles, which
i 1 Indian, whose untutored mind sees they used at the ends of the strong the tire, not, the price.
> God in the clouds and hears Him in waxed twine in lieu of needles. Like-
J the wind." We may well imagine: the wise did the printers have to make i $ Built to deliver exceptional mileage '
red savage, suddenly coming to this
many of their own tools. The "devil"

t 'I abyss, which before gives the no very warning brink of itspresence i.I' is had to sit up till bedtime with a tal- ioc i\\ at exceedingly low cost, Goodyear
t low candle on one aide a pot of melted
I'I'I I reached, with a shuddering "ugh! lead on the other, and a type mouldin M. WV Tires, of the 30x3-, 3Ox3%- and 31x4- .'
depart from there as quickly as possible his lap to cast type. The rollers 1
I ' I believing it to be the abode of were made of leather, and if a printer inch sizes, save inconvenience disappointment
: evil spirits. Its steep walls, blackI' ,
Iy I could select good leather from the
,' looking: water end the fact that falling and
) neck of a fat heifer and fashion it in. money.
> .01\\ into it Is easy while getting: out to a smooth, elastic cylinder, the
I of it would be Impossible, without help, drawback that he "loved ye drinke" Ivy Their value results from the applica
; makes sensitive shudder to
a person .
was overlooked. The ink was homemade
t .1 look down into its depths. and so greasy that the paper don of 900dY ear experience, expertness *
The unsentimental regard it as a after"being printed had to be dried ina
"big, ugly: hole," and to once see it is baker's oven to save the readers and- care to their manufacture in
enough; one who is of a reflecting from unduly smearing .their hands.
turn of mind and has a nodding acquaintance The presses were worked by screws the world's largest tire factory devoted

with geology!: : finds new greased in the summer with tar and
food for thought each time he visits in the winter with "bullock tallowe." to these sizes. i;
i the place. No wonder then If the print of some .

Once, thousands of years ago the of the facsimiles looks a little "bum" If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort,
roof of a large cavity in the limestone compared with the papers of today.
way down in the earth, could no longer The first'reproductien is a page of.the Maxwell or other car taking these

support the weight of stone and Salem Gazette, surrounded by and i sizes
earth above it, but gave away. A Interspersed with heavy black rules. go to your nearest Service

round hole something above 100 feet Forty men of that neighborhood gave Station for
in diameter was formed having perpendicular their lives for liberty and the headpiece Goodyear the

sides and a depth is a row of 40) coffins each with real worth and endurance that Goodyear
i of 200 feet at least. Through a i name In8t'rlbI-not a good recruiting '

r its bottom ran an underground: stream advertisement: you will say. The builds into them.
In course of the time the edges: receded print is good for the time. Then $

through: washings: and cavings Games a page: from "Rivington's New
until it assumed the funnel-like shape York Gazette Connecticut Hudson C

,, It bears today. At one place in the I River. New Jersey and Quebec weekly -
rim was a slight depression that Advertiser, printed at his open and
} caught the rainwater and carried It to uninfluenced press fronting Hanover 't-
the sink. At first a tiny rill; then Square.." It is full of affidavits, provo d
It wore deeper and deeper and ate its Ing that the bloody Britishers begun .
way farther and farther back; Its the fracas. It is well printed in 7-
I sides caved, making it quite a littleravine point type. Next comes a page< from !

(\ until the erosion finally reached he"Massachusetts'! Spy,, or the AmerIcan 30z 3V4 Goodyear DoabUpCox $'" "2 50 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube cost no more than the price
r) the limestone. Then the hollowingout Oracle of Liberty." It is an oracle Pabri4 cmther Tread__ you are for tubes of less merit-why risk coidyoca

process became slow, but that inasmuch that the reader is at a 30x3Y.a> Goodyear C8II p when sore protection I* available $A5Q
made no difference. Nature is not loss to know the meaning of the StofloOlMitiSkld $21Cft -
Fabric An Tre J___ 3Oz.33 ems Is JNtc'TJ't'OOflxlg fRATIFICATION
limited to lifetimes but has eternity greater portion of the page, the prints
1 before it. How many thousand ycnrI btinlso: poor. The bed of the press.,
I k.1' it has required for the stream, which made no doubt from an oak slab was
has never been anything: but a very uneven, the screw of the press had
i tiny one, to pat its way through many evidently been newly greased, causing
c feet limestone, there is no way
! tell but the time has been Gazette
k It has been long enough to cause the Spy.

solid limestone that once compOl'edthe The English used was very much J
r walls, to decay, until they
are now the samo as now, except that the expressions
composed of crumbling boulders imbedded .
were verbose. The
very i. I
in a clayey substance made small letter "s" was like the "f", except
,) from rotten limestone The little
1 i i Nu-n..'_b-.. _........... _. ...._.... .,...._.uu._...._,.. ._. U""I'a___ "__""" that it was not crossed. :: --

4; wide ravine of Its own making, which Louisville The other paper Courier is a copy of the : FIGHT SITUATION 'n tnt ''I'I motion '"n t'ic .r : ,.;-.1:nt was not a state but a fed- The suffragists declared the lcgisla
,' a moralist would point out as an example (Ky.) dated May : TECHNICALLY TANGLED: ) I the house recons'dt-r' ti: m t" oral matter end that the state laws ; battle
as Lye
29, 1850. It i is an hvarloom in the was over and that no move
of how patience can accomplish -i not
I Ray family of Starke. The then edItor OT the part of the minority could ,
anything of the Courier wag Walter N. Roth Suffragists and Opponents I If- i this top he ics-ervd t" h.n"r:: | s1 :tv .i :nl tl I that the Walker motion I I throw) till measure back into the house 'I
Clare Courts Will Hate to Decide :for two days the! piivi1! ** >' for 2
It required ages for the "angle of llalcicmun a whig. At that time Henry ; rocwisiikiution be called from the j This belief was shared also by Governor
repose" to be established for the walls Watterson was a boy;; Inter on he reconsideration lurmil, and. acted upon. Speaker Waiker Roberts and Attorney General
ot the sink hole. After the proper was destined to make the ,courier Nashville' Tenn., Aug. 21.-Developments Walker failed to mud, v r. 'r.. : requested him to put the motion Thompson.!
slope had been attained trees ambushes when fused with the Journal one of today in the bitter fight over Thursday and rridn). Whin: hi: -.. ..i ,t.ns: it might be spread on
!y' began to grow. Way down on the most powerful papers in the coun- ratification of the woman suffrage ized it he attempt t :ai: ;. a. ..itiou the joul'-al. A recess of a few minutes ----.--- -

'I the slopes are found stumps of pine try. The absence of prominent headlines amendment by Tennessee left the situation to adjourn until! Monday: a' .- !: followed: while Riddick was IranMibinjr .;,...... J.$10'--" f'r'-i:: :One.reetnrcs'IUny.o. .
ti trees. It took perhaps 500 years for makes the Courier look tonight in such an entanglement noon for the usual wl' '.;-.:'1d i..c,.. : hs: motion and in the meantime .
palefuced. by .ud'*
: fr7T.fins
a pine tree to reach maturity and a One of the editorials is eulogisticof : of technicalities that many suffragists The motion was deflated and the. ...:'.. I the injunction prohibiting certification rklinga. blood You nerdy can MOOD f..u f Xn.cginoun .
t couple of hundred years to decay after Taylor, who was president then and all their opponents declared fl'agifts for the first time! took the offensive was served on the speaker. luvljlaratlnfl EI'! ."" ...Ico.>...
II '; it was dead. though he died less than two months the courts would have to decide and forced aJjoufoment\ overnight : Itiddiik finally offered the motion in .
the status of the measure. The -- --
The cavity seems to act as a port later. The age of romance, begun I u. so amended as to provide
,' + of standpipe for an underground about 1820. still held sway and the outstanding features were these: The object of the suffrage' 1'ol'ea.1\ th..'. the house reconsider its ratifica-
I b utreanj of great volume. Its water literary department of the paper had, I An injunction temporarily restrain- holding!: the house in session today was: t i.i 'if Ui suffrage measure. Jft off Corns !
4 level is always about the name. It is of course to be headed with a poem. ing Gov Roberts Secretary of State to get the Walker motion for reconsideration '. .-.' ta.ed: the motion out of (Jrr. -
I .t Stevens and Speakers Andrew Todd and kill it. : .
4 said that during protracted heavy There are some news some by "magnetic It had been
telegraph" and some by "Morse and Seth Walker of the senate and held that since the motion was a mat On f.n appeal from the speaker's Doesn't hurt a bit and Freeion

pure' line," which shows that the Courier house respectively from certifying ter of record, ratification could n<>> ruling the house failed to sustain it. costs only few cents.
many tales told about the place, as no was up to date for its time. MentionIs ratification to Washington or from properly be certified until it, had Ken Walkn) thereupon declaring that as
lodged leaves or other flotsam is seen I made of a couple of duels and. taking any other action with regardto : disposed of. '!Jt'I kar of the house he was enjoined ,i
in the bushes along the sides, even Louisville being a river: town the Inevitable the amendment on the ground this The opposition minority IC.1i_1.1g f ivm toting on the amendment called
when scanned with a good telescope accounts of steamboat disasters legislature had no legal right to act the battle was lost if a session was ili-j rehoniative Joe Odle,' suffragist to
t The subterranean stream deems to be are seen. Those were the great upon it, was issued by Judge Lange held, and they were not in a majority the rhu'r.'
k' able to accommodate all the water days of steamboating on the Ohio and ford of the chancery court of David rounded up enough/ of their member O.lle ordered a roll call on Riddick's
tit coming into it. Mississippi rivers. The age was un son county The injunction is returnable late last night: The place has never been more than commercial and the advertisementsin within five days on agreement.The boarded an early morning train and made' a point of order that there
' cursorily surveyed but it is known the Courier are as Inconspicuous a. suffrage majority in the house ]loft the state to remain until the was no quotum. Odle paid no
Yj that in the deeper portions the Starke possible. Those days the doctors still called from the journal the Walker twenty legislative days of the official tion to him but ordered the att'n.1
court house could be sunk without the bled their patients, and one advertisement motion that the house reconsider its cession of the assembly has expired.! and "the suffragists defeated
' + spire showing: above water and that urges/: its readers to use the new- action in ratifying the amendment The motion to recomider811 on the :lion 11 reconsider! by a vote of 50 to 9.
i ,t' another building of similar height ly patented artificial leeches, a$ they and killed itTwentyfive journal and it remained "alive" as Riddick then moved that the house
could be placed on top without reaching did not bite so hard as the genuineones members of the house long at is was not taken therefrom tichbmit to the senate in the usual
i t above the land surface. The water and their suction could be regu opposed to. suffrage left in a body af acted upon or until the legislaturehad manner the senate joint resolution
appears black as ink from the lated. A gunsmith advertises gun ter midnight for Decatur Ala., in an adjourned sine die. ratifying the amendment AIainIr: '
$ shadows of the walls but it is probably having either flint or percussion locks, effort to break the quorum and prevent Why They United Walker made a point of order that no .
very clear. At the mouth of the also a patented "six-barrelled self revolving action on the Walker action The bolters,, acted in the knowing! q.iorumwas present.Again i
rivulet where sand and boulders have pistol," the picture of which their absence resulting in what was that if a quorum in the house was not t dle ignored Walker, ordered -
been dropped for ages the water is looks like a pepper box. Though the characterised as one of the most uni- present at any time during the reTraining the roll call and the motion carried W'tl1lour' flDgen' You can lift of) .'
i; ii comparatively shallow, from 40 to CO city traded strongly in both whiskey que parliamentary tangles in the history days of the session adjourn- 5" : 0, the antis not voting. Adjourn. the all soft corn or corn beti'. }'
feet in depth. Going back from the and tobacco, you could not prove it of AmerlrflVi legislative!: bodice.Suffrage ment sine die would be impossible. ment until Monday afternoon then was bottom toes of and feet.the hard skin calluses font .

sink a quarter of a mile, looking at by the courier, for neither is mention. leaders declared They might be forced to attend the taken A tmj bottle of "Fr.uolle" coats little '
the deep and wide ravine that has ed there. To judge from the many they '"on of tonight the session were they in Tennessee before Speaker Walker later said that if at any drug store; apply a few drop' f
,1 been washed out, and contemplatingthat earsaparilla advertisements one would that the were top world and the expiration of the twenty legislative : the procedure of the suffragists was upon the corn or callu.. Instantly 'It t 1::i
every grain of these washing think that the strongest beverage used only obstacle now to certification days but after that period the roire.'t he would be within his rights .tons., hurting then shortly you lift tbd ..1.1 1
in Louisville to Secretary of State Colby was state has no to compel their if he organized bothersome corn callus off ro land '
has been dropped! into the sink hole at the time was sar- power ace an automobile party or right
f ''e one must t'onclude'Ither that the saparilla. the restraining order Issued by Judge tendance. of the bolting antis at Decatur all, without one bit of pain or tore) >i M
cavity cross ... '- '
Langford which they expected to overcome When the house met this ed the state line into 'UJ11 No humbug 'i
morningall Tennessee
o was immensely deep to begin with, This number of the Courier is printed with little and
to not fill up from such enormous deposits on good rag paper, which is still difficulty.On the suffragists and a sprinkling declaring the five or six members a -
or else that the stream in the white and strong. The print is good the other hand. Speaker Walker the opposition members were in their quorum, held a session and rescinded USE "DIAMOND DYEC;"
bottom carries away the washings a. but would not be suited to these times leader of the opposition and scores of scats. The roll call showed fifty-nine the action of the house In ratifying ,
soon as they sink into it. To the right on account of the scarcity of headings.It his lieutenants said the suffragists l< members present or seven short of a the amendment

-' I of the mouth of the rivulet the water is as much of an improvement on had ruined their cause because of quorum. Speaker Walker declared a Walker. declared no power on earth Dye rluliilteriul. ; t ;. + r .'',,'j'
their tactics, and that even should the recess for an hour and ordered thesergeant would force him to GI "'
deepens rapidly.This the papers Bret mentioned as the papers sign the ratification r:;acct pne..e; .
sink is a miniature of Crater of today is an improvement on courts eventually hold ratification legal at arms to "arrest and bring resolution under the present cir- : mond Dyes" e.1ita&bone :&,- ,
the journals of 1850. :: the litigation ould so delay a fl- before the bar of the house such absentee cumstances. Speaker Todd of the so. simple tl. -Of
lake, Oregon situated in the crater of I Ineering I
i ;j I I nal) decision that the amendment as can be found." senate said the resolution needed woman can oidnionil 'o
an extinct volcano. It is an Interesting would not figure in the November The sergeant at arms couH not ."a'... signatures and this no new, rich, fadeless color
\ place to view and a curious phenomenon can get many pointers here I elections point the two old garment, drupernerinp -, .
some other state ratified a round trip to Alabama in an hoarand speakers sharply disagreed. "
to study. Those of our young tin earth stability, stream erosin hydrostatics *" everything
men who intend taking up civil t'nglQ.aaIDe and gratification. it before that time. in addition had ro authoritv > gave notice that the first time the an. wool, silk I'yon, eof
The situation was the result of Mr. arrest anyone outside the state, so all ti-suffragltts were in the majority in mixed "
When land becomes more In demandthe Walker's motion that the house reconsider he could do was to report that none of the house if such should be the BuyJiamond Py -
tit J i11 TtM That Dws Not Affect The lied:! sink hole will prove valuable as a its action. When the house the missing members appeared to bin e before the session adjourned, he would case other kind-then J,,,.' "
B.caoM> of It* onto> end 'laxative effect.. LAXA recaptacle for drainage water for last Wednesday concurred in the the cults are
city. adopt
action the
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7 V T1VE MONO QUININE 11.b1eco..D> Iw ...Meni tactics pursuedclay to dyed I
'ft fcy without miles around as well as an inexhaustible I, of the senate in ratifying the T. K. Riddick floor by the you have never ;
i anyone. <"J'V't'UATVOU M>* or riujiiiv+y suffragist declared suffragists and rescind the Ih-upgiHt baa "PImmn') \ ,
.W hod. C.W. llADMurovo Ix.K OLIs supply of water for
irrigation. amendment Speaker I
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AUGUST 27. 1920

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs
Pine .Hill. Aug. .-:Mr. and :Mrs. j .. -- ..
--------------------rw r.r A. B. Surrency were visitors to Brook. F

: j Live State News :; I er D.Friday.J. O. Green was a business visitor -j Here's how Joes #:,...'.:.".};. 4N: l I '

; :.J\ to Starke Friday l- t M '
Ya -----.. ..-------& 1YtaiJ aAL1..1 Mr,. Lee Thigpen of Palatka. is

I Told by Our Exchanges. visiting her mother Mrs R. J. Olio '

.' - I, tcr.:Mrs :M. C. Pinholster of Jackson I fsh
I ville. and Mrs. Alice Oliver were the
One of the greatest development drawn against the Smith-Hughes agricultural guests of A. B. Surrency Wednesday
in Sanford in the past year is the fund in favor of the Smith afternoon.Mr. .
building of forty bungalows; of modem Hughes fund administration, and like .
and Mrs. George Andreu and WE CLAMBERED
down. WHILE WE 'em
that wa started by the Geo. all pulled la.
type warrants on the state treasurer children Mr. and Mrs. McKinney An- i
W Knight Co. bears the signatures of the comptroller dreu and children of Lake county are THrUGH 'HEAVY thick u. AT LAST he grunted.
and of the governor. visiting relatives in this section this r r . t a
T. S. Lee of Hudson has sold this -!.. week. ', AND WE rowed the boat "GIMME A cigarette' ,
summer froni two 8-year old vines 10 Activities of liquor smugglers; along Cephus Harrell was In Brooker on 1f AND IT
bushels of grapes. From one pear tree I the west coast have become so mark- Sunday. OUT TO.a rocky. ledge .lust happened.

of the LeConte variety he cleared $80 ed as to attract attention not only of ;i Harley Andreu of Bradford was WHERE BLACK bass hide. HIS LUCK changed then.
and one fig bush netted $50. the Ft. Myers authorities but of the the guest of Charlie Cone Saturdayand .
prohibition enforcement bureau and JO.E SO NOW Joe swears.
Sunda)'. THEN let out a roar .
The plant of the Bronson Manufacturing an active campaign is being waged I Iris Godwin entered school at THAT THOSE*
Company is going full blast for the suppression of the illicit traffic Brooker Monday. FOR HIS cigar boa .

and the company will soon be in shapeto The many inlets, bays, bayous, !I Misses Vera Surrency, Phylis Rob WERE: SO blamed good.
deliver baskets and other vegetable creeks and rivers along this part of erts and Millie Surrency attended ser HAD FISH lines In It. .
the gulf coast, and the numerous keys HE BAITED a book
and fruit hampers and carriers. I at Sunday. INSTEAD OF smokes. . '
and islands off the coast make the i Eustis Kelly of New River was the WITH ONE of them
in Lake voted Work of the officers extremely diffi- I 1 guest of friends Sutiday afternoon. AND HE refused with scum .
Clermont county, last
cult and that of the liquor smugglers .
week to issue bonds in the sum of Ray Andreu of Brooker, was a visitor AND CAUGHT. whale.
correspondingly easy. here OUR CIGARETTES.
$30,000 for the purpose of building a I I O. Colson Sunday.I spent Sunday with his PARTICULAR FISH, 1'8 say*. ,
municipal water plant which will Insure For a long number of years It has family. HE SAID they were aoL ' ,(:
that city a good Supply of water HIMSELF AMONG them :
been customary for the farmers and . v .
and adequate fire protection. land owners residing near the Suwan- EVEN FIT for bait. ARE JUST the sort.
nee river to lease their holdings; and ''i
If citizens of Jacksonville do not fields to non-resident hunters who had HE'D HAVE.a man's amok. THAT THEY satisfyMANY .
immediately subscribe at least $10,000to great upon slaughtering the quail and i OF HUMOR . SS
St. Luke's hospital the institution OR NOTHING.
other game birds which thrive in that a cigar smoker will agree
will be forced .to close its doors with- section of the "
I country the leases covering Chesterfields "satisfy. I }
in thirty or sixy days. is the state- Pro Patria AND FOR BO bour.
!! thousdnda of acres. However( | They let you know you're smoking..
ment made by the president of the association C. H. Owens is one farmer who has Tip Sams had twins And yet I they're mild -mild and
HE GOT nothing!: smooth. What'. the secret Just
refused to grant; such a right on his And a razor-backed sow,
Knowing how to blend choice Turk-
Thomas Smith property. The quail and other birds Five dogs and a mule .. NOT EVEN a bite. Ish and Domestic tobaccos-just i
Guard shot a convict soon! learned that the farm of Mr. i 1 And an old roan cow; right!
named Wood at the county ramp at' Owens was a place of refuge. The A bone spavined filly
Chipola a few days ago a load of result is that there is practically no I| And a one-room house
buck shot from the guard's gun striking I boll weevils making their appearancein And a little wrinkled woman 1

the prisoner, who is said to have j Mr. Owens' cotton while: the.adja Just us meek as a mouse.
been attempting to get away. The I cent fields have been devoured.E. Old Tip raised tobacco Y : i:;
wound will not prove fatal. And he trafficked in skins I /-J es '
I Folsom was shot through the For he had seven sons eft14
All of the unsurvoyed mangrove: Islands throat and J. D. Jarvis peppered with In addition to the twins;

in the Caloosahatchee river near I.bird shot as the result of an altercation I And every mother's son
Ft. Myers have been designated as aI in the Cherry lake section ten ;, And the little mammy, Jude,
new government bird reservation the miles north of :Madison Mr. JarvU Smoked a pipe all day 1d/ '
announcement being contained in a was on his way in a buggy!! towards And the twins both chewed. -- -- JGARETTES.f: : :

copy of an executive order recently Lovett when he met Mr. Poison. Exactly But Tip kept adiggingAnd

filed. what happened then is not understood he never lost heart, 'J.-
except that Jarvis shot Folsom For the dogs hunted rabbits .v "
While holding the gate; open for his with, a pistol the ball going i And they caught a right; smart "

brother to pass through, Calhoun through his throat. Folsom than ran And the bone spavined filly t
Sparkman of Brooksville, was fatally to the home of his brother not far And the mule pulled a plow. -- '.
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shot with his own gun dying two I distant and Jarvis continued up the 1 And they lived off the givlngs tSV
couple of guitar and an off-the-key i\
hours later. The gate struck the ham. road, but turned later and went back Of the old roan cow ,
mer of his gun and the load of shot towards his own home going; by C. C. i And the acorn-fatted farrowOf tenor, there comes a terrible temptationWashington \;.
striking him under the chin carried Folsom's on his return. When he arrived the razorback sow. 'I

away the lower part of his face. opposite the house C. C. Folsom But here the story closes . .

shot him with a load of bird shot, hitting ;, Of my little romance. Painful'Ct
The finance committee of Palatka him in a number of places, Both For the seven sons are sleeping
has been requested to employ counselin of the injured men will recover. i On the battlefields of France; The government official of the country : Calomel is a dangerous drug; It Is
the prosecution of a suit againstthe But their daddy grown: tobacco district who had charge of that
Palatka Waterworks Cpmpany to An accident occurred in the dairy ( And traffics still !in skins part of the census which deals with mercury-quicksilver; and attacks your

collect taxes over a period of several I yard of the Cedar Grove stock farm For the little wrinkled mammy farm products had instructed the old \kS.\\\ bones. Take a dose of nasty calomel today .

years. It is expected that this will near Dade City. Mr. Lyman, manager, Has another pair of twins.Claremont farmer to collect his stock of every and you will feel weak, sick and nauseated

again bring up the fight; between the I had taken the herd sire from I its stanchion 1 I (Va.) Herald. description and have them branded." tomorrow. Don't lose a day's
"I that's all
city and the owners of the old water to the water trough, first snapping . . suppose right
plant. !,: a chain in the bull's nose ring.!,: farmer dolefully "but honest, work.
Totally IndifferentGladysAnd mister I b'lieve! I'm going to have /
one .
the chain
I I At the tank he unfastened I
hell of time with them .
when the conductor bees.
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Over 10,000 rats have been caught while the animal drank as had beenhis
and examined in Pen acola to date. custom, but Mr. Lyman was think { found you hadn't got the fare in your American Legion Weekly.Company Take "DodsoiVs Liver Tone" Instead :
1 bag, did he make get off the train . . .
According to official statistics made ing of other matters at this time and you
public there have been an actual totalof the bull caught; him off his guard and and walk! Hort's. my fuaraatMl Ask your back to the a ore and gt your money :"I
10,869 rodents, of which there were seeing his chance made a lunge at I Nora-Only !get,: off lie didn't seem druggist for a bottle of Dodsoa's Take a spoonful of harmlMS, Tog*. .f
a total of 10,258 rats. The rest were him. One horn grazed the back of to care whether I walked or sat down. It would be tough to be a fool but i U..r Ton sad take a spoonful losught. table DodfOD'S Liter Tone tonight aa4
mice. Out of this large number there I I his head and the other tore his shirt. 1 London Tit-Bits. for one tiling. If it doun't sUrt your lint wak up fading "..d. It's pcrftctljrbtrmlMS @'

were only 29 showing the least signsof 'j I Mr. Lyman struck at the bull with his I .' . There What's that plenty? of other fools to I and straighten! you right up better ao gi I.e It to your children I

infection. I'I fist aiming at its eyes and with such I Not Worth Trying go around are with.-Detroit Free Press. than calomel and without griping or any Urn. It *nt ttllrtU, ItA lit "' I
force that he fractured hid wrist. lie aklag yon tick I wtmt you to go them *al aayUtuig fUrwahU, \ ,
Tips-Why home-brew
not a re
try . .
Some of the pine apple growers of gave a cry for help and his dug! at ll!
cipe \ t
Punta Gorda have been much annoyed the house at the time heard him and A Tall Corn Story IS
I I Taps It's this If I t
by thieves looting their pineries. One rushed to the barnyard cleared the friend under- the influence way. of the met for-a Related to the Madison (Kan.) News I work-day rut. Wait and there'll bo! :,'I but right In the house and paid fort 'J. ,
grower declared that from ground ,, five foot fence and water trough at by Bill Horst I've been hoeing a blowup watch and you'll *o. slump My boy you'le a wonder. Take her
bidden :
I I I'm afraid he isn't able to give 'II weeds l ,
from which he sold $500 worth of I I one leap and caught the bull in a vulnerable the recipe correctly, and when I meeta ; In my corn field this week, and it getsso and the fads and crimes of those! crazy and, bo happy" !.-Publishers Auxiliary i it.
pine apples/ last year he would get part as he was making a second I' man who has had a few drinks and dark down under the corn that I times will go to the nation's dump.-- : .

barely $100 this year owing to the lunge and downed him. TIle dog doesn't feel any happier' I'll\ be darned have to use a lantern from 2:30: until New York Sun I Habitual Constipation Cured
depredations of thieves. Some of the I had the bull down and worn out when < if I want the recipe.--Shoe Retailer. I quitting time. . . I . hi... to 21 (Jay aI.AX.F'OO ,:
growers are considering the use of Mr. Lyman came to himself and was I | WITH PEPSIN" Is a siwcUUr.l .
poison as a protection. able to chain the bull and call the dog :I . . 5.5.Righto. All DrownedThu l pur off. II I The Conventional Thing I'I'I j Sub (very Junior-I) I want one I Cn tlialicjii.| !It relieves promptly but !

The Florida Development Board has I' Of those dogs about so high, and about should lie taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto I
Music the
Romantic Youth-Why do you hesitate is i language!': of the soul; fRrgulatex.
taken a stand against!,: picture postal R. B. Singletary; has lived in Flor- darling? We could easily run' jazz is its profanity.-Providence so long, A sort of greyhound; but it I Induce regular. ,| Very action.Pleasant It Stimulates to Tuba! *and flUe s
cards which hold 'Florida up to ridi- ida since time immemorial almost and away and get married Tribune. Ixn't quite, IH-CUUNV !its tail I is shorter tier lxittl

cule. Cards showing!,: nothing but al- during that time has met with many His I.'anry-My dear boy you'retoo .5. arid its head's bigger arid the legs I ,
ligators snakes and young negroesare : very interesting experiences. Amonghis impossible! Why the only photographs aren't so long, and the body's thin- | --- - -
not considered good advertiements collection of entertaining incidents I could leave behind me were Rig nay ner. Do you keep that sort? I I '.

for the state The board has asked he narrates one proving that an alligator taken before I had my hair bobbed-! The two privates were having a The IJt'alu-No, sir! I don't! I You I> More Work '
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the various commercial bodies over : can live a wonderfully long time Passing Show. heated discussion as to the height of'' drowns Vm-Edinburgh Scotsman.! I *

the state to assist in the campaign to : without anything to eat. He relates . . the men In their respective outfits. I .5. enjiiyrnmit You are more out tmiMUmu of .ryttimit nnd you when get more your

eliminate the practice.Tid I that when living; near Perry some 20 Finally one clinched it. Overlooked !Mumething blast is in Hood condition., Impurities In
i odd years ago a hen with a dozen Spoiled Ilia "POt"m"The "D'you know Flanagan of companyD tile bloat have a very f....imitf. efTwt! on ,
t I
Hudson of Mnnticello was little chicks mysteriously 'di appear. average! printer considers poet ?" he asked. "Well, there's a lad I In the !border states New Mexico the system rausliitl weakness, laziiiMs.lit'rvouim I
drowned early Saturday morning in I eel; and supposing tha't a fox had ry a nuisance. Much so-called poetry that has to get down on his knees to espociully! the term "Mexlian" generally ".. and sic knim
Lake :Miccosukee. He had been fishing I made way with the poultry, he called is all of that and worse. It takes put his hands in his prkl'h.-Amer. refers to that c'ass' best represented nUOVU'S TAS1ULI2SS Chill IONIC ;
and his boat got fastened on a his dogs and made a thorough hunt longer to net verse than straight prose ican Legion Weekly I' by the sheepherder and the restores flIertRill'/ Vitality l>y Purifying .
IItob. In He failed find section hand usually mixed with Indian arid flIrkh'1l; the ItliKxl When you fuel
his efforts to get; it off the all around the place. to and there are more chances for errors.A 5.55 Its
boat marauder returning from the blood. The old\ families of the rihfliiliiit.|| InvlitoratiiiK effect see
turned over and he was drowned tlv but. newsplil.r'ersitler recently wrotea
how It tirintUi! color to the rlieeks and how
It All Depend I
i before some negroes who were fishing hunt he noticed some feathers lyingat : few stanzas about his little son, the ; Southwest of pure Castilian blood, It !liiiiroves[ the 81'Jlolile. you will then I
[ at a distance could get to him. It is the top of a little hole in the ground; first one beginning with the line, "My An old plug of a man may M'lvean are well educated, charming companions apiireclute. true tonic value. i

thought he must have taken the cramp in the corner of his front yard and son! my -pigmy counterpart!" It appeared automobile horn just. one little toot and gracious entertainers. fJI OVl'S TASTHLIZSS Chill IONIC '!t(:
a! he was a good swimmer. he made an investigation of the hole in the )paper' "My son! my pig, and the average person, want to lynch At about the time our troops first Is not a |..nffint uindiclno. It It simply l
believing: it to be the lair of the fox. my counterpart," and the poet was him but a pretty girl may blow the were sent down to the Rio Crandc. mON and QUININE siiHpvrulixl In Syrup "
The movement of cattle from De- lie found that the hole extended back mad about it.-.Capper's Weekly.Iarrl..d !blame thing slam out of the frane when (it seemed that war with Mexico So pleasant l wen children, like It. The +

Soto county the past few weeks have under his dwelling about thirty feet, 5 * and nobody pays the slightest attention was an Immediate possibility, we had tilmxl f.nrlcli iiwidNQuiiilna' to Purify and IRON
g been unusually heavy and prices received so about that distance from the cp.mInlt I to it. Isn't It funny what a difference occasion to visit a southwestern stateon emir-to ; | .
are satisfactory. The recent he dug; down and into a cave. His ;\ a N atiu' It makellnter"rl (Ala.) a business trip, part of which was the IdcHMl. r

movement probably amounts to 25: or shaft did not strike directfy"! into the I They were looking at the kangaroo Ledger. made by statce. We were the only The S'renlllla' "8t1nll Power of GROVE'S
i I ;JO) thousand head many going to cave, but passed down so noar to it I at the zoo when an Irishman said: . . passenger. The conversation naturally TASTKLKSS Chili IONIC tins mad It I

Tampa and from, Tampa to Cuba, that some dirt fell away and exposedthe "[leg pardon, sor; phwat kind of a Work and Vm Work Alone! drifted to the Mexican question tin favorite tonic In thousand of (tomes.Mure .
,v [ while Texas buyers are in this' eet!>>n course of the cave. He took a I creature is that?" and to draw out the opinion of our than tlilrty-Dvo yours ngo! folks
,r( for the purpose of buying cattle toW handful of switches and thrust them "Oh," said the gentleman "that is Strike and the world strikes with Irish stage driver we asked him: would 1 1'1.1.111101111 (dirt to 11"'OVt l ( > ;3TAS'IKLKSS
, \replenish! the ranches of that state. into the opening, and with a thunderous -I a native of Australia." you, work and you work alone; our "What do you think of the Mexicanas ; of Chili; TONIC; when| anyrnber
roar, an alligator nine feet six "Good hiving!" exclaimed Pat; "an' souls are ablaze with a Bolshevik a member of the human/ family, a l"ldy-hu'ldmll.thnlr family hud Mel .r < orneeded

A feature of the Clearwater Roach Inches long, rushed out into his yard. I me sister married one of thim-! craze, the wildest that ever was known anyway ?" .U The formula Is lust IIt'uth'III..III.Inilic. the !some today . ,
hotel recently opened Is that all the He alleges that the evidence is positive -I Boston Transcript. Groan and there'll be a chorus, smile "Well sor, I'll tell you" h furniture was made at the Roux & that the 'gator had been imprisoned -I . . and you make no hit; for we've grown j "I think the Almighty should! i have *., 'UOe( per Ittle ... ?
!Sea mills in Plant City and it is described in his den without food or water. long hair and we preach despair and put fur on thim! so we cud have some
as exceedingly beautiful, sub- for six years. The rear exit from the A Home of Another Color show you a daily fit. Spend and the winter sport!"

B tantia) and unique. It is one of the den had been effectually closed by a I Customer (in a book store)-I want gang will cheer you, save and you . .

"follies: of Florida that she dependsn man digging: a well six jars previously I. a good book for a doctor friend of have no friend; for we throw our Riches DAVISAgency
northern factories for furniture and the saurian could not possibly mine. bucks to birds and ducks and borrow
ti here is plenty of suitable timber in have gone ,backwards through I Salesperson: How about this Ibanez from all who'll lend. Knock, and you'llbe Young pan, I understand you wish
hI state for furniture and she is that exit. During) the same period I -"" &", Nostrum ?" i a winner boost and you'll be a to marry my daughter.! What are Eat. 1886.
*>earthe) mahogany forests of the people occupying; the premises were I Customer: No, I guess not. My 1'I' frost; (or the old sane ways of the your prospocts? I
f rop s than Michigan.The sure that no alligator had emerged friend is a dentist not a veterinarian. I pre-war days are now from the program ! Well, though I have not been nominated -
from the opening in the house yard, Cartoons Magazine. lost. Strike and the world strikes for the presidency yet I am INSURANCESTARKE

smallest' warrant ever knowno as he would have left signs which . . with you; work and you work alone; the editor of a newspaper
have been issued by the state of I would< have been discovered. for we'd rather yell and raise blue While I admit you have a chance In .l.lI
J lorida was paid Friday by the state '.---- Almost a float Rocker: hell than strive for an honest bone that way, tell me of something more

reasurer. It bore the number 25350: Disastrous "Only a fool rocks the boat." ( Rant and you are a leader, toll and material and immediate
nd date of August IS, 1920. and "+ Lose mach at poker last night?! "I eujipo' ' 'o," assented Mr. Grow- you are a nut; 'twas a bitter day when I have ten bundle of print paper-
or the large sum of one cent. It wa Two pre.criptlons.-Llfe >i 'rBut when the boat contains a we pulled away from the old-time I not limply ordered or on the way,


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