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: September 3, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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SOLDIERS HOME AGAIN DEATH OF-TATE KITE ,\UJn'LL1I.lI: UUn PACKAGES LAW.IIAMMEL: TENNESSEE: ; ; : HOUSE EM'iNCI: ; > I)1';:;) 'I.TItn;;-FOR STAKKE; ..1' 1

ItlXOltD: OF RATIFICATION:.; .
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w ere Welcomed With Splendid Din- Tate Kite died at the home of his ; '
n.,r by :Starke\ Ladies parent, :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kite, Ilivf Pull of lire Not Relished byEILpr..lI. The popi :-ir young 'pastor. of the I.. A. H", III, Jr.. Static New IjilerprUe 1
Starke Tartlet! church. Rev. Blanchard IIoue.'s, Action \ >>
in the southern part of Staike, at a I'ur.1"'lI"al t on Safe Footing / ;
:Men
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The 4th separate Co., Infantry. N. 11:30::: a. m. Monday, August 30th. Ilia D. Law, was l1\alTil'd to :Miss Ellen and In Hand elf Attorney GeneralNashville. lll'l'
Hani iirI on the 25th; ult., at the J-;::;
health I.
G F., Starke's fine company of soldier had been poor ever since he A. \Davis, has just inauguiat. .
buys, returned home last Thursday at was a child, and later pulmonary consumption Express Agent A. P. Hoffman pas and Baptist)1 .chtmh!Law in Wnuohula.) Rev.I Tcniu, Aug. :81-The T..n-I ed his third enterprise, since he became 4 ,
noon from Camp Johnston, where developed. Some time ago handled rattlesnakes, coolers, horned [,'" are now at Kingsley nessee house of U'presentatives a citizen of SUrke. Hesidvf be.

they had spent two weeks with the he went to El Paso, Texas and en- toads, 'ga tOI'll and mad dogs which lake occupying' the Derby cottage, a quorum present for the first time I i lug a pioKreimive and successful
,the I' state troops perfecting them- tered a sanatorium there in the hope have been shipped or received by him, where thej will r,'va'n: f">r two wl''kllart'l' since" Aug. 2\1! expunged from its jour. tiuck farmer, ho lately became a

gcVc* in soldierly knowledge and dig.cipline. that the dry air of that locality would and been not a bit nervous, but frail their friend whkli they will bo at home to1 I eel thi* afternoon all record of latl- member of the Qmjrley Ilroom Com-

The boys looked, what the benefit him, but he rapidly grew hives full of angry bees is somethingelse. The Florida, at the pnstoiium. 'fixation of the suffrage amendment j puny. His latest ,departure i I... poultry .1
greater portion of them really were, worse and sent for his brother, Perry Last Friday eleven hives, or I Advocate gives the tel.lowing ; l. ,| and voted 47 to 24, with 20 not votingto farming. I IHe ,
\etcians, sunburned and strong, and, Kite, Jr., to come and bring him home. stands of bees, were brought to his bridal shower account of the marriage and! 1 lion-concur in the action of the senate -' has lecently. bought: from II. C.
Since office by. Prof. C. E. for [ II Richaid and .. I., Tut' ,
as lively as crickets. All were gladto returning home he had been Pope, shipment in latifying tier the former
find themselves home again, but confined to his bed until the weak to Largo, Prof. Pope's future and Itev.Miss lllanchaid I). Law, of Starke.j I Shortly" after the house convened Lungford place, utuuted I on West
thread of life home. It had not been considered Ellen Hammel were unit..dIn )" it } Madison Street opposite hill
place
the ladies of Starke expressed their was parted. His parents [ became evident, that the ant i-ratifies- own \
marriage at the Baptist church in
brothers and necessaiy to mark the packages "Han. i and containing atout' 10 This
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pleasure in a more substantial man- sisters did all they t tionist 11I'l'II.
Wauchuln a majority of whom have '
ner than the male population, for they could to prolong his life, but in ,vain. die with care, this side up." :Mr. o'clock Wednesday evening at six. been in Alabama on filibuster for I I'I plilep11I be largely occupied! by pens
and! it of the a
was one -
invited the boys to a splendid banquetat Tate Kite was born in Starke 27 Hoffman, we may well believe, woulddo prettiest dole than a week In the and run for fancy poultry The fact
weddings were major.ity
in this
ever seen
the Juanita Cafe. Though the boys years ago. lie spent all his life here that without being asked. The church city. 'I Huough failure of several of the that Mr. Davi hna engaged Mr. llolf.endoif .
docoiated with bamboo
wa
When I
and well known time drew near for the southbound who formerly liiul the management
well was and
been fed enough at the popular.
had camp, Intertwined with Rosa de Montana suffrage member to uirive in time. II i iWith
"frills" had been religiously ignored Poor health allowed him to do but 11 a. m. express to arrive, Mr. I of tho largest poultry establishment .
all clue\ k-I ike the
isprnit'i'etiecl
fern, foliage plants and cut proKiam, a ii t
but at this dinner everythingthat little work, but he did what tuvcould. Hoffman's assistants could not be I I to I ill Floiiiln, to take charge of
through their
palate could wish for was to be After his return from El Paso he embraced found, but luckily, a colored man was flowers, for making a beautiful buck- of attempting put to undo what done'plan i,' I the Inisine. uliowa that lie i I. not only .
ground the vas
willing to help. The bees could not escape impressive c'ei'mnny.Before I going to conduct it on largo scale
found, and if any soldier had a "long.lng" religion with fervor, being the ,I''monytillll: JessieIladsehl on August 21. when ratification wa I n
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turned Into from the hives, but hundreds of but intends to succeed.Mr. .
for any particular dish, lo, there the right path and shown accomplished.The .
the wild bees scooting about had found sung a solo, "I Love You Truly Holxcndntf mid family have already
waii what he wanted, as well as Ice true light by Rev. J. C. Diggs, 1 -
the hives, and and l then at the sweet strain nf first step wus' the motion to expuwre arrived from
cream and cake in abundance. Onemerging1 tho able and zealous pastor of the were buzzing angrily, Jasper and occupy
from the banquet the boys First Methodist church of Starke. He trying to pick a fight with the pris- the wedding march beautifully playedby I from the journal of that do)' the former I. III'ford place. The first
Miss Until Southerland the wedding nil lefeience the I II
was well prepared to die and awaitedthe oners. It required a stout heart to go to proceeding upon instalment of stock will be one hun-
for
brave and
felt enough anything,
last call with submission to God's among them. :Mr. Hoffman sent fora party entered the chuich. First !| I Hie suffrage rutiticatlon resolution. died choice white Leghorn. hen" anllHlnl'e
sang: came the Misses Rebecca :Saft-; After: this ,
package of G"ol' Washington tobacco nsliei-h. was tinned fortysevento will emne. "< soon 11* dim piep4ii .
"The doughboy, the doughboy, whose will.Of near relatives the deceased which, when rightfully manipulated Ncr, Msjc Hanchey, Ruby :Mae McDonald tliiity-Kcvcn, with six not voting, ic it t ions for them run Im made. -

pay is in arrears, leaves, beside his parents, two brothers in a pipe, will generate clouds Hxle Fair, Gladys. Svllars and motion was matte! and curried that a The advent, of thin. puultry faun will
The doughboy, the doughboy: with one sister and four half broth of strong smoke, just like the Peggy Ollie :MHO Olive :Miss Hultlnh Ham certified i' copy of the tesolution, the piofit this section in two way, first
dirt behind his I.'ars. ers. The bereaved relatives are join (engine,; when it is burning Clay nolightvvood mel and Miss 1,1111001': were the I original, I nf which is in the hands! of !h}' the money it 1'I'h'IlII' and second,

The cavalree, artilleree and the fussy ed by the many, who deplore the untimely and'ho hoped to partly subdue .. bridesmaid and :'oIl'. George Stone- the IIl'"ntpJ be spread upon the jour. because it will give nil impetus to tint '
engineers demise of the bees with the smoke brakt-r of Arcadia best man, and lit nal. bleeding! of the ln.>"st, etiiilna.-of fowl .
one they to
They couldn't whip the doughbAjs in greet dully in mourning the departed use The hives were can-fully placed on tie !May Elizabeth :Mitchell and Ruth KcpicHcntative! Itiddlck, floor leader among our funnel, a* it will Im easy
ten hundred thousand )'ears." and they have, the sympathy of the a truck and the truck drawn to the Dart were the flower girls The biide, of the rutiflcatioriiiiti, mndo, the point to procure both .egg and fowl for
leaning on h '1' father's arm, entered of order that the resolution ("
entire point where the express car would wu* out 1"'I.lillll'1'i tvlsli success to I the en.
The Starke contingent was the cock The community. stop, Mr. Hoffman pushing and smoking the southeast door of the church and of the hands! of thn house and now a teipiise.NO., i .
of the walk at Camp Johnston, having funeral service conducted byRe to bunt the band. When the train marchyd down tho center aisle while putt of the fedc-inl I constitution thru . -
,'. J. C. took
the largest number of ml.'n-84 Diggs, place at the
the Broom nml his J'cst man enteied pinelumution cif S"cl.'tal' of State ('.\It
late home of the stopped the messenger looked like he IIUUT\ca; i: IIDI.II.r: : OKI'AHMUtS
deceased 11:30()
officers all from little at :
men and two the
nortlicuft door, meeting the bilde, Ctilhy. He \\1111 overruled.
had ghost and shouted by Speaker
seen a "Noth i : ;
VKxori.TIONTIITH
forenoon
Staike Live Oak's 83: men and threeorneers Tuesday and the interment
,
at the altur Rev. %V. T. Dart, pastor Walker. ::
lOg doniK! Go to the
In charge of Funeral Director I). C. next door! So
Oak and
from Live Pran-
came -
of the church officiated The house
the truck was drawn to the other door Itiiptist using by u \viva voce vote then
ford. Lake contingent of 15 I Jones, waR at Crosby cemetery. Thopallbearers Standing Mir
City's vvheie an unlucky assistant a beautiful and impressive ring adopted a motion to reconsider t It*! action un Sidings For
men was made up by Lake City and were, Kirk Lewis, Geo. C. I I lIidl'''' and, he had negro to receive the bees.pie- reiemonv, The bridesmaids weie attired I upon the 1''llOlutio"IotiOIl! was I Du.v a VUth no Err..rt: In Mote
Ft. White, and Miami, the populous White, W. M. Wainwright, W. A. lies- in then ,
I "Blow some smoke dis white silk net gowns, while iii tuft' and cut iii..l I to non-concur
"Magic: City," sent oily 52 men. Strickland.sent, Jr., Errol Alvarez and Oscar I please, sah," he begged, and way handled, cap'n, the bride wore a beautiful gown of III the action of Hie senate in ratify The first survey of fieight car ever

Staike had 40 more men in camp than -_.. - -' the hives as caiefully as if they hen white Geoigi-tto cirpo 0white" sat log the latificatlon leKolution. tntivn' by the fiiitnei* of a'.Iute hall
any other town had Our boys proved had been made of spider web. "10'0'0l.awd' in and bet gomg-avvay suit wall a blue In tho course ui the discussion" on j just 'been t.tinii It h'teiI I tluoiiKti I the Illinois
themselves a credit to Stnrke 'and the. NO REFLECTION ,1 INTENDEDIn : sake, handle her carefully, wool poplin. tho legality of tlie action of the housein Agricultural Association Secretary -
state, and our business end professional I The groom is one of Flotilla's, most. Thompson, has :
.and don't Jet her bust, was the colored reconsidering, Ucpiesentutive" Hit!. announced. On tho
men have found that their liberal the Telegraph's: article last work I m mi's earnest prayer for each .promising young ministers and! a dick It'lHIII lettt'i I fl'OIlltah": Attorney basis of this census, he said, Illinois

patronage has not been misplac about the cattle that infest our streets i )'ounll'1o(1'I1th'lIIl1n of most excellent (,,","'i'il Tbotupmin, in w Kn' I 'h tho funnel did not believe, tlll'.... was"
ed. hive.When character, while the bride ,fit. tI.> eldest ) latter car shuitugn. The tumble wit h .
there was no intention of reflecting on the freight was all in Mr. expresKuil the opinion that reconsideration Iran*
While the body of the company was I daughter of ('01. and Mrs. Lee :MHummel pollution lie 'hilt
c t.ictej'lrt.l
i the officers of the town. It was mere. Hoffman blew a patting cloud of of the icNolulion was UK "Inimobil.ty I -
at Camp Johnston three of its members ly a wail against the condition that is i iI. smoke into the car and wiped his brow and a young lady of high: impossiblesince' the house had already I : ," and he .l.-cliued tho fa tutors
were at Camp Petry, Ohio, tak- fast becoming intoleiable to people finn the perspiration that had been ChristiHii tbaiacter, and n t tain men ts. 1 ati Ii4 I it at nil ':,ivt'liur Itohert! hud, meant to find nut whose fault it wax.
ing part in the national rifle match, I.I who have civic pride and wish to live I I calledforth by the strenuous work, She i is a graduate! of the Wauchuln certified to !SecreUiry Colby this action Secretary Thompson said tho ns o-
they being Lt. Archibald J. Thomas, i in a clean town. and it was written in and heaved a nigh of relief. High School' und the Columbia College by both house and! senate.Governor < /lilt Ion undertook It* ('(1101111 after ro.
1st Sergt.: Julian L. Peck and Piiv. and one of Floildn'H most successful eelvlng, report* from farmer .
response to oft repeated j ----- -- ---- Roberts, ilecllned to muko ) over tho
Barney McRae, who returned Monday from citizens who are dis complahts'l I[ !METHODISTSunday bight school teachers.The tiny statement tonight as to tliu effect state that t they nay niiiny cur* ..I. nd-
afternoon from Camp I'eiry, where having the streets and sidewalk in happy couple, left on the evening of the )hounu's action, saying that tho log idle on country tiaik.
they have been for the past :SO: days. I I I front of their homes converted into school, 0:45: a. m. train for a visit to St.; Augustine! mutter %vas. a puuly Jegal one and in ":\f nut I"'l's a f I 11 I HI iiHsoeiullon I made .
The Florida National Guard Rifle:' cow pens. Prcac-lifng and communion, 11 a. m. and other points and will be at home the builds, of Attorney GeneralThnnipMon dully I ireoulH, of thi,' tar I initial I mid,
team came out fifth place among the !I As a matter of fact the hand of Preaching, 8 p. in.Kpworth to their friends at Starke, after. Sopt. number of nil I I earn at 4M! station lo.

National Guard teams of the United I j the town officials have been tied bya League, 7:15 p. m.I'I'a'I' 15th. Action nt Hit' house IK. not taken ('lItl"lln 40 rliffflent tnunlloH, for seven

States. Taking a* lead over so many lack of law on the subject. Three or nWl.'tinjt'ednellday, 8 |p. seriously lieie' u I. I the, geneinl I opinion consecutive days," the state farm bu.
other states in the Union is quite on I four years ago the question of impounding m. Hrid..' !Sliowvr 1 pievails> that legality or Illegality of lean executive snlil. "Of() them 4l!)

honor for Florida Starke and Florida having wandering cattle was submitted Public cordially Invited to attend all Last Thursday evening the Fidelia ratification i will I he decided, upon the station' *, J4l I ( or Sfl.li per. cent, imported
the tIm is
three men from on to a vote of the citizens of the services Class of tho Baptist church WH very recoiil certified ti" \\'siihiIngt on by I smno oft till' '111>1<' onvn on tl'lldlll
an honor for Starke and the county. I town and the result was a large majority J. C. DIGGS. pleasantly, entertained l at the home I Gave'i"nor Roberts. the last day of lli(' count, us wer on

While away these men visited To- against,; impounding. This happened Pastor. nf :Misses Jessie and Kate Hadsell, Anti. rntlflcntiimlHt* would not state .11,,*, while, the groom in one of our
ledo, \Detroit and went over in Can-i in war times, where there wasa -- -+ the patty being in the nature of a tonight whether t they expect' to make "At all stations. 1I.U4:! ear were 4
ada. They report a grand time anda cry of milk scarcity througout the rOLIJV SIGNS PROCLAM: .\TION shower for :Miss Ellen Hummel!, a nn ("Tol.t' to have the senate, which listed the first day, and of thee car,
wonderful trip in general. II country, and many citizen voted to !MAKING l''FnMiECT' ; I bride of this. week. voted twenty-five to four, rcvei-Ru, ltactloll. ,1'iH, : out of ll.li'.il) :!!, car hail, not been
The officers and men of the company give the cows freedom under the impression .--- The guests were .nerved fruit punchby moved. from the country point for aeY.
wish to express sincere thanks that they were doing something Secretary's Signature Affixed and V. :Miss Anna Lee Stenstrom; as they ,. -- , <'II consecutlvo iliiy. This I Is Jut"' a
to the ladies of the town for the way I to save the lives of the babies S. Seal IH Put on It arrived. The feature of the evening C. MchlNS'lltY! SHOT ACTI. little over 10/) per cent of, the! car ut

they welcomed and entertained them. I of the land This, of course, left the was a "Musical Romance," in which DENTALLY) VIIII II( SMALL\ ( Itll I'I.E: Much points.
on their return, which proved the \patriotism town officials without Iower to act in Washington, Aug. 20.-Without the answers to a list of questions. "No count! was niado In Chicago. InK k
of the ladies as well as the the matter. pomp or'sieremony, Secretary Colby w're answered with the names' of well Well, Known ('ItIenf GalneHvllle I.. .verul other large: yard the association ....

men In this company.. The milk scarcity was probably a today signed the proclamation declaring known songs a few bars of each song Dead I From Result of Wound ennmeiators were ejected from
1
-- flight of somebody's imagination, but the woman suffrage amendment"to being played on the piano and the the yunln by lullrund I ,official
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MISS HJLDA\ STKU1II ENTERTAINS if any such emergency existed duringthe all intents and purposes a part of guests were supposed to guess the Gainesville, Sept. 1.-C. V. McKin- "Mine operator; say they weie! forced .
war, it has now passed, and it will the constitution of the United States" name A "Hit or Miss Wedding" furnished stry, foreman of the Florida Frrtilirer to idleness batty day each week
be a blessing: to the babies of Starketo The secretary's signature was affixed much amusement, after which factory and well known and respected' leading to I the strike nf tint, miner.
Miss Hilda Struth, social secretary! give them: clean surroundings to to the proclamation at his homeat the bride was Invite. to find the pot citizen of Gainesville, having lived which recently, tlcil, up the. mines just,
of the Epworfh League, was a chaim- breathe in. 8 o'clock this. morning, a few hours of gold at earn end of a rainbow which here all of his life, wa the victim when tho farmer. wiry, needing coal
ing hostess to the members of that --_.A'__ after he had received from Gov Rob. had been arranged over the tahle in yesterday of what' physician say will fur threnhing., At the same time. I....

organization at a theatre party last IilSGI'STEl; : TOWS erts, of Tennessee the certificate that the dining room. The- pot! of gold prove 1fatal accident, accidentally tore th, strike In Christian. county, at
Friday evening final favorable action on the amendment were found to contain many lovely shooting himself with a twenty-two ClarkHilale' nnd nf Willey, two train
The young people met at ])1'. Free The people of Starke are under had been taken: by the leglsla- gifts of linen, etc., including a unique calibre rifle from which ho was endeavoring of coal ear. totalling IJ'I 1 tars were re-
man's residence and proceeded to the many obligation to :Mayor Hoover tire of that state completing the requred hat made by the skillful hand of :Mr. to lemove a bullet, the ball norted, empty nt both first and last
Gaiety Theatre and enjoyed a clever and Marshal Kite for having done I thirty-six. W. T. Dart out of a collander, with entering his body below the right abdomen (day of the count.
little motion picture in which Louise what they could to keep the cows out "The seal of the United States has trimmings of steel wool, an egg heutrr and passing out underneath! the "If we tuny take thu total number

Huff, of Gainesville, Flu., stalled. of town during the past week. For been duly\ affixed to the certificate and dish map and a bunch of cork left arm. The injured man wa rush- nf freight car. of the country nn December .
Next Ues Struth treated the party to the first time in a long period the the suffrage amendment Is now theviinuteenth After refreshments of brick ice 'd| to an operating room, where it was 81. JHI8 I UH a ImHfs for computation .
delicious ice cream, attractively served cows have been conspicuous by their amendment to the eonsti-! cream and fancy cakes the guest vndeavoied to save' his life, but due to tutu eurmiiler", that the percentage
at Mitchell's Drug Store. absence. Some "drives" have taken tutlfl," Secretary Colby announcedon were Invited to cut the briiln' cake, the fact that an artery wa cut by of immobility of ear. is a*
This affair closed the summer festivities place that have so taxed the weak reaching his office two hours after which resulted in !Mis. Ellen Hammel! the bullet, it wan said the unfortunate great in Chicago, Toledo situ New
of once-a-week socials for the 1 knees of the tick-eaten cows that they I he had placed his signature to the I getting the dime, Mis Ida Moore the man would hardly live until daylight York, n.* in country point like Clarki-

League, and proved delightful cli- do not wish to have them repated soon proclamation. | ring and Mm Eliza Pounccy the thirn- Mr.\ McKinstry was preparing to dale, Fidelity anil, ! max. At night when the lowing kine have Mr. Colby was awakened at 3:45: 1 ble. )leave on his vacation and Monday, had moderate when we sny that the totalnumber i
chos. o'clock! this morning by Charles L. ,-- .--- cleaned the nuts for his. Mon,
Enjoying the evening were: Misses ceased to low and have carefully young of new car. which thin roll-
Naomi liggs Ruth Dill'gstadll'e: rn bare places on the parkways under Cook, a state department employe SI'GAK; 110,\KDING leaving it loaded upon the completion road say they need to meet the Iran.*.
Middleton, Alma 1J0wliligIal'garet: the benignant shade trees, where who notified him that the Tennessee of the task Yesterday Mrs. :McKinstry portutlon requirements, i I. not a patchto t
Long, Ella Woodrough, of 1'alatka; the temperature of the earth was Just\ certification had arrived. The secretary With sugar coming: down and the becoming uiwusy at having the tho total of Initnriliile car. now i Idling < .
and the hostess, Miss Hilda Struth; right, lain down and begun to masticate then called F. K. NieUen, department last frenzied months still fresh In her )loaded weapon In the house .advised by the wot-ks and month In terminal l''\

| lIles!.... Telfair Long; Willie Struth cud No. I, the while tranquilly solicitor, to examine the Ten- j mind, the housewife i is strongly tempted him that she. tiered< the thildreri yard situ on side tracks. at I
Dr. Clarvor, James Kilkliter and eth- contemplating the passing automobiles lIe ll.'e papers, also instructing the solicitor to take advantage of the toweled might accidentally cu. and the carefully stepping pedestrians to bring the proclamation to price and! lay in a sugar supply In caked him to remove the bullet. It "Thi survey show* pretty clearly J '

-- -'- then-, then! Here comes the secretary's home at 8 o'clock. excess of anything she ever stored up was while endeavoring to do this. that to the farmer of Illinois the. excuse t
CARD OF THANKS Night Officer Alvarez and commands "While it was my thought" the tec before. This is not the time for such the tragedy occurred. Mr. McKinstry 'car shortage' I I. largely camouflage,

them to "move on," In a way in which retary explained later later, to avoid action being partly paralyzed, placed the given! to cover up some real deeper
he is well versed, being an old cattle. undue eagerness in signing the proc The market I III just beginning to butt of the run between his feet to reason for tho present transportation. I
We wish to express by this methodour man. And they have to move so lamation I found no reason to conspicuously dl'arJ'ith the prospect of added brace it, but the weapon slipped and inefficiency And to search tot that

[ heartfelt thanks and appreciation quickly that they have no time for { loiter." stocks which should make fall prices fell discharging all It struck the floor, reason will bo the next job of tie, 1.
ti" our relatives and friends who so anything else. A cow hates bad to -- ----. lower yet. Not only are thee price and sending a 22.lonlbuU..t: through farmer! business orgnril/ution." '

Ii idly assisted and consoled us during\ be disturbed after she has lain down WHOLESALE: Sl'GAR; DROPS TO" worth waiting for, but a run on the the body. - -- )
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t-! sickness and death of our baby, clandestinely eating a watermelon 11 CENTS present "nt, negro
as
I :Milton:\ General. a I. C.: C. C.; CONVENTION'The : (
behind a wood shed hats to their sudden! upward shoot toward the W. ft. W. i'ICNICThere f
R. L. LEE AND FAMILY.::\ be disturbed by another negro, and New Orleans Aug. 31.-The wholesale old high level. b -

- .- she will put such a place on the blacklist price of sugar took another suo- The supreme need at prcnt I Is a will be u W. O. W. picnic at Fifth Sunday Convention; of the J
nEATH OFMItTON! GENERAL: : for some time to come. den drop yesterday when the Hender return to natural condition of supply Lulu Sept. 4th. Everybody Invitedto Brad(*id county churches of Christ
LEE Let the good work go on and l let us son refinery made the price to retailers and demand. Thin", cannot be securedIf attend. closed here Sunday night. The con I
have a clean town. 17 cents per pound. This is n million. of households insist. upon .. vention while not' so largely attenlul J.
On Wednesday night, Aug. 25th. lump reduction of 5 1-2 cents. I' 'buying absurdly large stock of any AT THE eIiRlSTI\X ("'II IJRCII wall connlclereil. bf) those who attended 4

$v.. death angel entered the home of NO ARRANGEMENTS! YET: commodity for hoarding purpose The ii a good erie.Evangelist .
M> and Mrs. R. L. Lee anddepart-d FOR WOMEN TO REGISTER thing from the Secretary of State on I II I sugar situation or any other similar Rev John MuIIady, preached Sun W. E. Dauirherty, .,fHiNk
u't>i the life of their youngest chik 'I the subject but that he exported to situation can be controlled bent if the day morning arid evening to large and : wood Tenn. wits present anI!
:Milton General, who was born ()it. When asked Wednesday if he bad have instruction bearing on the subject I consumer will buy only a* hr buys ordiarily attentive audience at the Christian preached Saturday night and Sunday
1'3< 1918. The funeral services were received instructions' to permit the 'I I in the near future. MJn t as soon : for the uses of his family, refusing church. Hereafter Mr. Mullady will morning.
at the home, conducted by Rev. L W women of the county to register, C as. I have the+' instructions," said Mr. to b* frightened Into the hand preach there every second Sunday at Elder Dac.gherty: resided at Hampton -

Kickliter, and interment at K v' rot yet heard an-. ii-r, ,,,,1 1 ,1,", 7, :>rapti. Pensacola New attend.
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home in Jacksonville Sunday. More"than 200,000 tourists visit our ;gest frame hotel building in the world. ( .

Mrs W. W. Farnell and son, Wilbur state every year. Th! bank deposits increased 203 per

/T -. .. -$ Jr., of Smyrna, are guests of Mr. and Florida's rank in. the Union is 33rdi I cent in the last five years. There are 8 THE SQU'RREL' +fjM

Mn. J. C. Jones. In population. 1. now 201 banking.institutions, understate

R. W. Sweat, of Sanford spent the Seventy, per cent of the farmers of control and 54 National banks. |

: I F County News Items week-end here with his family. Florida are white. I Florida will produce all of the'j By MADGE WESTON 3

Mrs. W. M. Graham, x>f Jackson- Elf. n steamboat lines operate In ..AmCl'lcan'arleties of fiber plants, including I

vine, was the guest of her parents, Floric'a waters. I sisal hemp, for which the Un-I Mr. Nathan Ilennett/was
t; Mr Mrs. A. D. Andrews countries have exceedingIT -
and Tuesdayand Twenty foieign consular Yucatan'millions
ion annually pays [
IstUrcstlntf facts Gathered During the Week br Our Wednesday. representatives in Florida. ,' annoyed. That hod hi-cnnm his
Regular Correspondents.BROOKEK of dollars. chronic condition since buy li.
Wednesday afternoon Wesley Norman Andrew Jac'ksonl'as the first gov- Florida sand is productive. !tihy7Because 4 the
I and Miss Marvin Ritch drove out ernor of Florida. mixed with it are particle.Iof j Oroundley place. He bud ulwnjg

to the home of Rev. Louis Futch and There pre 100 nurseries in Florida, I mineral matter, carbonate of lime hoped to he the owner of the pl"tur1'nque -
old mansion
In
( were' quietly married. The groom is with home grown trees.Florida from shells combined with decomposed Its beautiful |lurk'
I I Starke attending the union meeting. setting, from the days wl.on lie liadpaused
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Riley has u climate allowing the j j vegetation.Florida \
of the U. S. Navy Nor'l on Ms way to school.MlRc'iletnuN 1.
Hubert Rouse,
Brooker man and the bride is the growth of crops in every month. is one of a very few states
1"nt'
8. Baxter
Sept. -Grady was here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. Both are' Florida has an average of fifty- In the Union without a debt held by Bennett ;teed

left Friday for Jacksonville where he Ben Crosby, of Sampson, spent Sat. well known throughout the county and seven inches of rainfall annually. outside investors. Our state's small to linger In those dnys before t'e: 1111.oI'I.t.I.e .

will visit his brother, Tom Baxter urday and Sunday here. .> their many friends wish them a long: There are 70 ice factories in FloridaWe public indebtedness is to the home ,gate of the riilruiic-f \.. -j, b.
Miss Olga Ward of Gainesville is I
Ing the squirrels scamper across
the
happy life. have ice unless make it.
T. B. Pinholster has accepted the no we school fund.
spending this week the home of '
at
I lawn. There little
Mrs. Dorothy Sweat and son, A. J., Hastings marketed more' than $5- inFlorida was rcxemblnnr-e
her lint assistant's place in the Brooker I Lee county is the largest one
parents Mr. and Mrs. 1:;. J. Ward. mischievous .
to the Nnt In ti'| ''litni
Df Dunnellon
school. are guests of Mrs. R. 000,000 worth of potatoes in 1917. with 4,641 square miles. It
Miss Edna Baxter left Sunday for I fled and austere Nathan. Hut .
W. Sweat. The population of Florida has increased is miles! larger than both n M.tlon [
Shriver in 1,023 square
Lewis
Worthington
LaCrosse where she school was bad brought Its .
opened own rev
.. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews were 30 per cent in five years. Rhode Island and Delaware and near n.d
Thursday
:: 1lonJay.I' ) Qroundley place was his ""'n. !U>
.' visitors to Lake Butler Friday. Florida ranks' first in the Union In ly as large as Connecticut. hue
I' Harley flaxen was on the sick list Rev. Ware .of Worthington attended Those from here attending the bur- the production of turpentine. Coquina rock, mad up largely of .. Mar>d to enjoy himself there lib
I''" last the union here Friday and Satur- ul HOineiWng' of the old-tlme fi!:
week. of Mrs. Emily Andrews at Elder There are thirteen -cities in Florida, shells is found along the East Coast 'sotwhen

r:;,,:,. f- Mr. Eddings, of Gainesville, was in day.Mr. Chapel were Mr. and Mrs. A. D, Andrews each with more than 5,000 people. It was the first stone used in America >>e became aware of,8 clIsiiKrce-!
., town Monday McKnlght and mother, of Mr. and Mrs. W able Hid 1 .Interfering 1It'IUlor.
"l Mrs. Jno>l), Shrh'er"a.. in Starke Worthington Springs, attended the Mrs. W. M.| Graham, Sadie Simmons the Everglades as rich as any in exi ts in all parts of the state. Mint Abigail Stevens bud! not "inelIOVMV -

*In Monday,,afternoon. services here Saturday. Mrs. W. I. Roberts, Mrs B. D. An- the woild. The average number of persons In with age. Nathan I5pnii"'' 1'0m..TII71t'red

'1\\ Those, attending school here this Dave Green" of Pine Hill was here drews, S. T, Dowling, Jim Dow-ling, The manufactured products of Florida the United States to the square mile her as a younger woman, of

year from other points are Misses Le- Saturday. Joe Howling, Clarice, Bertha and Ed. aggregate $100,000,000( per an by the census of 1910 was 30.9. Flor-"I tuttHUng nature

ota Fogg; of Graham, Rosa Surrency Henry Sowell Fred" Connelly and na Dowling, Carl Andrews, Barney num. ida's average was 13.7,.which shows Cxoklng, upon the eight of his ;irrlvai .

... and Iris' Godwin of Pine Hill, Lucile )Henry Simmons, of Cooter Pond were Andrews, R. J, Andrews, S. B. Den There are 2,916 common public plenty of room for more people. j|, i ft his new -lioine, across, to the w"iltet
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Harrell, Crphua and Malcolm Harrell, in town Sunday. mark and Sam Denmark. schools and 104 high schools in Flor Shad, Spanish mackerel j >Use. that was hers be decided, that
pompano
I Mallie Surrency and Alvin demons There will be a cemetery workingat R. J. Andrews of Jacksonville, was ida. sheephead trout, red fish and mullet | f..t Ignore her pnesenrp there woul'1 ln

I of Bradford< Roy and Willie Forsyth Dedan cemetery next Wednesday, the guest of his parents, Mr. and :Mrs.A. Florida! has spent more per capita are among, the many fine food fishes nil I that was neceswiry to keep ii&

I of Ziff.Miss. Sept. 8th. Everyone interested ex- D. Andrews, during the week. in recent, year for road improvement of Florida. Fishing is or? of the peace, Sonn ''Nntlinn found Ms,I ,is.

! :Mary Mott, of Hague, was in pected to be there with necessary Mrs. S. M. Morell returned home than any other state. greet indi'stilf- the state | take When Abigail Stevens; wuulot

,, town Saturday. tools! for cleaning the cemetery.C. Thursday after visiting in South Car- 'I Eighty-five! per cent of the white The Eojul Palm State Park, 451 frightening. tile white chickens 05

Rev."i; ., rmstrong and daughter, Miss Bcvillo, of Johnstown, has purchased olina. I farmers in Flroida operate their own I miles from Miami, is the only 'one in from her side of the" fence, she un

<1< Crystal and Misses Ina and Blanche j the farm of H. R. Brown and I Mr. and Mrs. R. W Sweat have farms. Ii i the Union owned and promoted by the throwing dangerous, sharp .tltill' In

1 1 t Alderman,' of Lake Butler, attended'' moved his family last week. Mr. rented the Ritch cottage and have Fuel and clothing bills are much ; Federation of Woman's Clubs; }t con- the direction of Niger' bin, cnlm-na-
\ services i[ Brown has moved in town and Js do-I
here Saturday moved there. less in Florida than in the colder teins a wonderful collection of trees. tured dog an animal too accustomed

: Jesse Shirley, of Jacksonville, spent in gsome repair work on his property Miss Lula Jean Walker, of Jacknon- north. Severe wind storms are practically to friendly companionship) to know

' t Sunday here with his parents here. I ville, was the guest of Mrs. S. W. There are more than 3.000 different unknown in Florida. Hurricanes 01'j j the meaning of' fear And when

+ I Mrs. Brown, of Jacksonville, and'' Mrs Emily Abbott spent part of Smith during the week. species of trees, shrubs, herbs, etc., i iIrmtin in the Southern: seas swing Miss! !'\tp'ns'all not engaged 1 ) In endnticerlng -

!'I sister :Miss Willie Mae Nabb, of last week at Arno with her daughter, --.-. in Florida. aroui-4, the west end of Cuba and his live .stock she amused
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i Sampson, spent Friday here with their Mrs. Marlon! Osteen. COAL PRICES DR/P $1.00 TON Florida leads all other states in crossing the Gulf usui.lly strike the herself by I'pnlll1ll'f'I'lnln, complaintsblniHflf
left to
cistern, Mesdames L. Morgan and L Mrs. E. L. Crosby Sunday the production of fuller's earth /and the Missis- against and his hotisehnM! In
coast about the mouth of
I who is ill
father
I : F, Johns., visit her seriously Coal speculators are running to cover ball clay :' sippi. general

, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Dubose and son, near Macclcnny. in the face of punishment for Lev- Florida reported 50,016 farms in Florida has 4,153' miles of graded Mrs.Vhite, the lunispkopppr" hnd anew

\S''' of Dukes, attended the union meeting E. J. Ward Willeford, E. T. Stewart the and week-F. er law violations and the bituminous 1910. She, could have ten times as earth roads; (>64 miles of asphalt; 481: grievance each evening. The

.. .. here Sunday, Cone, of their, spent coal market has broken with sharp many miles of brick; 35 miles of concrete; busy man rlil'ng'' to and fro trout his

J. M. Groover and Grady Kelly, of end ere with families to business declines of several points in eastern Key West Is nearly 300 miles nearer 1,203 milea! of rock oil treated; 538! city oflloc actually dreaded, these linmn.coinings. .

Gainesville, spent a few days of this II. R.in Gainey Jacksonville was attending last week.Friends . territory, within 24 hours with contin- the Panama Canal than any other miles of shell and 1,944 miles of sand- :, ". :If&er> :: upon, one eviiilng',

week here with friends. Miss Laura Lewis ued drops In retail prices predicted American port. clay, a grand total of 9,224 miles and I hod exhibited, pitifully a bruin, "now

, Miss Hunter, of Cooter Pond, has of are by the department of justice. Florida farm land increases 165 per more being built. |I while one by one valuable cli CM
her out again after
'I I accepted a position as saleslady'in the glad to see ; a Assistant Attorney General Mitch- cent in value each decade. She has Florida r-rodrtes the finest pineapples were reported mNsini;. Hut now" ,HIP
store of G. B. Colson. short illness. ell 37.700,000 acres. calamity had ImpiM-ned. -Funnlc wutKIHIP.
directing the coal asserted haa
Miss Tave Andreu last week probe and shipped as high: as a
\Mrs Hall and son, of Tampa, are spent Lou Cone. that prices of soft coal in the Nor Jackson county shipped seventy-five million crates in a year. The largest ,. .
: 'j visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs end with her .sister, Mrs. I barrel of "A" to Kansas City !
--- -. folk market were descending rapidly. corn plantations are along the East coast, Nathan llennett. In !pim'uilnfi !
I' E. J, Ward. It AI FORD; Reports to the department of justice last year. in sand so pure and white that a handkerchief ,i home of his ,bojliooil Mr. and Mrs. Eurie Knight, of show. a reduction of about $4 a ton Florida has 13 of the 68 Federal can be passed over it with- <>rtoni: the nilxfortmie . t I ne

Gainesville" spent Sunday here. on bituminous coal at Newport News. reservations for the protection and out discoloring' it. liiifss. I-i Xullnin'H life of eidi'iiinr,

Mrs. Bob Green and children, of Raiford, Sept. 3-Mrs. R. W. Sweat Former prices approximating $13 a preservation of bird.life. Florida has some of the largest and love hud found no part, and PaI ,.
home
Lake Butler, attended services here and children after returned delightful Thursdayafternoon visit at ton had slumped to below $9 a ton in Florida has 6,500 miles of railroads most beautiful springs in the world. I wee the rivatnre who comfori ..' in

Sunday, a : scores of sales operated by thirty-one different com Several of them flow at the rate of with her prankish ways and. tin" 'ulIlilVotlmi.
Messrs. Rex Thomas and Louis Cross City.
-- panies. "v.
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two to three hundred thousand gal- li'lInnl.'n a gray:
Sam Denmark and family of Mulberry -
Thomas Misses Oveda Blanche ,
and friends and rela VET WITH 22 WOUNDS KILI.F.I Florida has more than 10,000,000acres lons per minute, large enough to float'' Mqtilrrrt. It was Mrs. White 'nil"' in ili
+ Connelly, of Cooter Pond attended are visiting of land with firm red clay ,
week. BY LIGHTNING a steamboats. Silver Springs, near the aniiiiiiiireineiit of Kiiiinle' 'iv
services here Sunday. lives here this subsoil. It is not all sand. Ocala, flows 375,000 minute. It Is when Nathan returned 1 from II bust 1
Helen Jack and Ralph Nauright returned a ,
'Guy Plnholster of Jacksonville is ,
home Saturday from Jackson- Patterson N. J., Aug. 28.-Richard Dogs kill 5.000 sheep per annum in believed to be the largest on earth. I tress tilp. "She's been guar four
few of this week with
upending a days had been visiting J. Foran was killed by lightning while Florida, or three times as many as Florida contains four experiment dan," mild 1 thu woman, "mid I cow
his Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pin. ville where they :
parents, Ioca Johnson is the guest of Mrs. standing under a tree near his home. die of disease. Swat the dog. stations! established by the United her last on Ml"! Stevens' roof She

holster Adam her aunt. The lightning: marked his forehead :More than 300 silos have been builtin States government, to test for use in went In 1 liy" the attic: window"

.Mrs. Ticrcy Roberts was on the sick Ed Kinley Tyson,, of Jacksonville! was visiting witha scar, as well as his right thigh Florida in recent years. the work the warmer sections of the Union the The "(nitro knew- that no further
lint first of the week.
friends and relatives here Sun and right leg from the knee to the ankle having just fairly started. many kinds of useful products, notnative \"nrlllnj"n.: .. neededAngrily /
18 Mr and Mrs Harvey Warren, of tore off the rig of his hat, both Florida is not all fat, there being but brought from other conti Xutlian -.valked through! the
Starke, were here Sunday afternoon. day.Cora his shoes and his trousers from his many hills and valleys as .iprettty and nents.
returned to her that Ing. Fannie find heel"
P. A, Crosby spent Saturday in Thompson garden: in en
fertile as in the Union.
any
L hip.Two Florida can be made: to produce wont to fome to him with a cldrp, if
companions had been standing There are 85,000 dogs in Florida, enough sugar to supply, moat of the welcome, running np his arm to her

under the tree with Foran, but had and probably several times as many needs of America. Sugar cane grows reward of nuts. Tonight: no fnimlecame.

started across! the street just before cats. Are they worth what they cost ? in every county. Drained swamp land Fuming Inwardly, he wen Indoors

!L Foran was killed. Foran, who was a One Florida city sent out to the will yield 20 tons of cane to the acre this time himself to wrlti a
prominent athlete in the smokers of the country in 1916 over
l..RIGLEYS I served war -the )potential equivalent of 3,000 note. "If :Miss !Stevens' did not at one
with the 309th. machine battalion 287,000,000 cigars.The .
gun pounds of granulated sugar, besides produce his squirrel, she might lie pro
and was wounded twenty-two times.EPITAPHS dasheen, a tuber having food residue of value.Don't of limwwdble-
value in pared' for all sorts -
excess of the potato and
"skeered" snake andallil'ator
get over
punishments Miss tevens at owe
making larger yields, is a Florida stories
that be told
may you responded to his letter.It was an unexpected
MKWWHOHt crop.Florida before you come to Florida. Tourists communication. She would
T l Here lies what's left has the only sponge fisheries visit here year after year -and never "Would
at once net the squirrel free
in the Union.
Of William Hout; Tarpon Springs see anything more startling in respectto "to the south
he go down she wrote,
lIe went the lemon shipped over $1,000,000 worth in these reptiles than the goods made
garden wall to receive her. Mitt
Extract route 1917. from skins and! for sale in the curio have
s =rfja package -Macon Telegraph. Honey is produced in practically every Stevens was MOrr-"l'ry sorry to
Florida county. No state has a stores-- coaxed his pet away.

Here lies the corpse (greater: number of nectar bearing foaxed! !I" muttered the astonished

before the wart Of Thomas Tell; plants and flowers. WIDESPREAD INTEREST IN Nathan, and In Apologetic manner

"ar'C He loved that moon Florida produces winter grown tomatoes :FLORIDA STATE FAIR made his way to the south garden'

Shine stuff too well. and ships 5000 carloads; more wall. A young woman stood upon the

.Dalton Citizen. in total than all the other states com 'Requests for Premium Lists Being opposite side of the wall ; on her arm

4- bined. : Received from Many $tate.. perched, u gray squirrel. I'onnle'lbright

Here lies the carcass Florida produces from twelve to eyes regarded him pertly, the

a package Of Din: Judd, by gemini, teen million bushels of corn per fif-I Jacksonville, Fla.-The 1920( premium girl's brighter eyes twlnkltyl at him.
lIe tried to drink num, of as fine quality as any on I list! of the Florida State Fairand "I did not know she was a pet squirrel
: All the stuff in Bimini. earth. ," the girl explained. "I nm Gall
Exposition, which
will be
wdurU !! the warand -Miami Herald. There are only twenty states in the here, November IS to 27, will staged be off !''It'vpnll.'I ltlnjt my aunt. I coaxed
s, Union with more daily newspapers the your Fannie through, the window hecutise -
press August 1, and will show
Here lies the last than Florida, and our state is thirty- 140,000 to approximately I was lonely and she was so entertaining.
premiums a
Of Hugh[ Q. Black third in population. ."
r ; substantial Increase
? over the cash
lie rushed across Florida has as large and fine sea value of "I can readily understand" Nathan
premiums offered last
A railroad track. beaches as any in the world. National Already year. Rennet wild, smiling, "that you would
many requests for
-.St. Augustine Record. automobile races are frequently held of the copies enjoy the relief! of cheerful coupon
premium Lst
are being receivedat
4. here in the winter. lonshlp."
the headquarters of the fair
package Quiet and peaceful There are some 500 saw mills in These In this And as the girl straightened! her
John Doe lies; Florida, turning out yearly 1230000. city. requests, which are coming arm to transfer the squirrel to his,

5 NWf'r He imbibed a quart 000 feet of lumber, not counting crossties from all points in Florida, as wellas Nathan Bennett clasped suddenly the
neighboring and far
distant
Of varnish size poles, staves, veneers, tan bark, Indicate elates, outstretched hand. And In that clu'P
a widespread Interest In Flor

t etc. ofloneliness
-Ocala Star. ida's was the promise strangely sweet
big exposition, which
this
Ninety cent of the year
per original for no more.Michigan .
1 ests of Florida still wooded will eclipse all past fairs held In this
Here lies the remainsOf are tho
state
old Man Strump; ; many acres are being thinned out an. Leads All.
The distant states troifl which these
He drank enough Bevo nually. have the farm bureau
requests been received Michigantax largest
To make himself drunk. Flowing artesian wells, some fore. Include
The Flavor Lasts Virginia West Virginia county in the United States It
Kentucky
ing water ,
-Lake Wales Highlander. as high as 20 feet above the
--- --.. surface, are found in the various sections I Kansas, Indiana Illinois, Tennessee, Is Siiiilliic, where Incompleted tabulation '
>
5i FACTS of the stat i Ohio. Pennsylvania Massachusetts, of the membership campaign ri-
ABOUT FLORIDA
4 So DO t.s: Price 1 The tarpon-the world'a most noted 'Georgia Soutb Carolina. !Michigan, Hulls showed 2.0))) members with the

tbe District of final close to 3,41111)'
Columbia and faraway tally estimated! at
fiah-abounds I even
" ,.' Florida clay makes good b ick. game in the seas around '
Island of Guam. Iroquois county, Illinois was tbe next
't' There are some 650 varieties of fish 1 Florida, catching it Is one of the most I
*
1 in Florida. exciting" sports known to fishermen. ; "A, soon as oft the press the premium largest: with 2.8.r) members. Sftglnn

t nP Florida's The list will be placed In the mails.BO county Is likely to become the second'
1 w7t' peanut crop is estimated' manatee or sea cow, weighingup
$; , ,1 at $3,000,000. to a thousand pounds, and turtlesup i largest county In the country. It now

Florida has many varieties of for. to ;200 pounds are still found in -.S' AND GIRLS' PIG AND has 2,6ft farm tiareaa members 'sortexperts )

age crops ana grasses. Florida water's.Florida I CORN CLUBS WILL HAVE noon to leave. more than 31",

Tourists spend $30,000,000 in the produces more long staple SPLENDID FAIR EXHIBIT. Membership of the!' Michigan SIlt
+"
II I
I farm !bureau now Is 63OT, and
state every year. cotton-the kind used to make thread
II Florida has the lowest death rate and lace material-than any other I,I Jacksonville Fla.-An interesting, growing at the rate of about 1''*wweekly.

I j $ I of any state in the Union I state. It was worth in 1918 more then Isevt'nty.five well as an encouraging feature of thaI as The southern half of the the''w
4d b4 ; er peninsula now !canvassml and
Florida ha. a compulsory state. cents a pound. I,i 1920 state fair here November IS to 27 ,rtn
campaign I III Into the in
school. law. Fossil remains brought to light by will' be a reuarkable demonstration of extending
The discoverer of artificial ice wasa mining operations, show that Floridawas I! the work being done In Florida by the western pntt of the state.

Florida man. once the home of the mastad n. boys' and -girls' pig club.:

j Florida) has many fine institutions elephant, camel, saber-toothed tiger, 'I I''I The 1920 exhibits are expected to Oak Doors Thirty Feet High.

fi>r higher education. and other giant forms of life. 'I I|, overshadow last year's display by at The great oak doors at the encrun'

There are large deposits of peat in I: Florida has two kinds of trees not ,, feast 10(1( per cent This work Is la ,.f St.' Paul's cathedral In Timlin ,lf*)

all parts of Florida I I fountl elsewhere in the world, as far i|I eharge of R. ,TV. Blncklocfc of the Ag 30 feed Jjg'j., and are i It-i,.i-\"d I ', ''/

: .. as known to botanists. They are of :rtculture I College nalnesville' who tile Uirgest.; lle.pltW's. 'd(>t"'. -
Colds Cause Urlp and Influenza the conifer or pine family. j'states there will probably be more nn+t9d. They: are nearly as old lIot ""

I .. LAXATIVE BROMO OU1NTNE T.hlrt. rarno*. hnuic. I I There is $300,000,000 invested in [ than 100 registered pigs exhibited by cnthedral Itself, and each leaf !I't'

Th.r. U only tiDe "Bn>i''o Qulnlra.' hotels in Florida The Royal Poin- i the young folk at the approaching big upon It the name of the carpenter \\'10

. r E. W CRJVE'S tin. .-:.- ." ""II. 7UCw ciana at West Palm Beach is the lar 1 event tnnde It.







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THE HOME G.\lIIII::S .\ "AMILY COWITAS IN HEARING: PECAN "

I ASSET GROVES WELL KNOWNI I The

,I Zig-Zag Tread
The home garden IH due all possible The experiment station received last
I utter.tlon: ct pn' ent. Now 1M i the timeto fall several complaint of losses from TAMPA MANENDORSES I .orroct"':::II grutmt.,"'aurttjr Three Times Guaranteed

plant winter vegetableisaya C. K. "kernel spot" of pecani. This trouble tuidtr. all raw coudalcxiA. The ,

McQuarric, state agent Summer Is characterized by the presence of 0 and f:2 limpnl mpiMlrt TIRES are guaranteed 'without limit by

rains have been unusually heavy and dark colored' shriveled areas on the IT alternate, ':'\totlt /ld.1 ofln w. LEE eir makers.

the soil will contain enough moisturefor kernels. In some cases the spot is tineV vtile. nilJJltiiJjed 1'ftr Skld-.Ui the production of high grade vegetables small and of minor importance; In nor Bam at tlia '')'11IO T._" .
. ,\ if it is conserved by frequent I others, nearly or quite the entire kernel GEORGE R. CAMI'IIF.L DECLARES' I[ trmd and itriljtit or. thick Cuter rubber JJu.atuda of They are further guaranteed by the records of

I shallow cultivations. Is involved.Investigations. TA L.\C RESTORED SELF 1 i thit'J" In "toping' Uw actual performance over the roads of this locate
Ii- Blood Red beets and Cowhorn and by members of the AND: WIPE BOTH TO .. "bud o. !
t t Purple Top White Globe turnips maybe I Georgia state board of entomologyhave I HEALTH"I ity and in every other part of the country.

planted immediately. Cabbage and Jed them to believe that this kernel
: ,f collard plants should not be delayed 1 spot i is caused by punctures of the bought Tanlae because I was a. And because all Lee Tires in this section ar kit l

: long In being net out. Shorthorn carrots I !Southern' Green StinV Hug or "Pump sick man, and now I'm praising! because bought from me the responsibility: for eatisfaoj
r 1; and Bht('kee and Conch pea- kin Hug." As lending color to this it has not only made a well
should; also l>e planted at once. Ant theory it is perhaps significant that, man of me but has restored my wife's I lion rests on me. I take the risk confidently.

I.: early planting of Cihf-rkin cucumber) in every case we have ]health also" was the enthusiastic ?.t, y because I know Lee Tires are all I claim for them
will] insure having sweet pickles, !! to In"eRtiltated'l ] *
it the grove In which this ) statement my by George Campbell, d.al d. I ,
eat later Early Long Inland! eggplantand serious had (carried a cover crop of a well Known employe] of the Tampa j.1.
Oradu English:: lire both I ;i My success depends on your satisfaction..
I'a I Hock
cowpeas during the summer and fall Company, now living at 2217
splendid full vegetables and should be and pumpkin bugs were observed to Second Avenue, Tampa Fla I _
planted. be numerous in several' groves. Investigations I "For a number of years I've been Whether jour preference is for Cord Tires, or

Every kitchen garden. should have into the life history!! of the b9thererl with indigestion which be-I I Fabric Tires, or the patented, exclusive Lee
included a liberal planting of nearly pumpkin bug, made at the Florida t' came so severe about two years ago '
,. Curly kale and Ostrich I'lume mURI agricultural{ experiment station show !; that I thought I was going to suffer ., Puncture-Proof (either Cord or Fabric) I know

I tard. Set out White Pearl onion sets that of all common field crops of Flor- a complete breakdown. My appetite nl ?' h that you will get more than your money's worth
I and plant some xpimuh and salsify. ida cowpeas are most favored as food was so poor I didn't relish my fooda I t'
, ; The garden should also have a few plants on which to breed. It would I bit, and 'ate only enough to keep in mileage out of every Lee Tire.

e, hills of early Pattypan! squash) and of seem, then. that in the present stageof going.; What little I did cat fermented
: j r chives The latter is an excellent pungent our knowledge of kernel spot we causing me to suffer terribly from I Let me show you one. You'll want it when you

J winter vegetable and is very desirable arc justified In suspecting the pumpkin I sharp shooting pains in my stomnch.1 I p'ie t0 y. y f n see it.
for use in soups and gravies.A bug of being! the ('auIII'I! the moreso and I also had awful pains in dPrN t I rV

, small patch of parsley should be all this insect attacks in a similar which gave me no end of trouble. My I -n6 7Z JJ

; planted for garnishing l purposes. It manner a large number of plants Including liver was all out of order, and I was I "

j also gives meats and soups a splendid I I oranges and tangerines, tomatoes in such a weak run down condition I -

< flavor. ? egg plant, peppers and beansas that I was just about all\ in.

! I! Fast growing vegetables are more I well as cowpeas.In "Well, sir, I'm mighty glad: I made I ''

1 succulent and tender than those I1I10W-1 view of the possible connection up my mind to try Tanlac, for It has V ."'1 > a GRIFFIN & JOHNS StarkeEcTfres
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1 ed to log, and In order to between pumpkin bugs .and kernel not only put me in the best of health ;( ,

'i the liberal use of a good commercial spot it would seem a wise precaution but has also relieved my wife of a "

I. fertilizer is to bo recommended. Give if owners of pecan groves, where this bud case of indigestion from which t LEU

" frequent shallow cultivation in order trouble has been severe, would entirely thesuffered! for more than a '('a"1 j

to conserve moisture and to stimulate avoid the use of cowpeas as a cover I've only taken four botttles now but

growth. If the plant lag:, top dress crop or else cut the crop early. Our have already gained: eleven 'pounds in

I with a quickly) available fertilizer and experience in citrus groves has shown I weight and' my appetite Is so big
work in with a rake. I. that if the is In that it's run the bill to
{ 4 cover crop cut early grocery up
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" u September, beginning around the tree almost double. I never have any trouble
r rumim lion !SALES! FORE- trunks, that injury Is largely avoided.At with my stomach, my liver is in
, RUNNER: : OK GREAT INDUSTRYCheap that time of the year the last broodof I fine condition and at night I sleep like

--'- bugs have not yet acquired wings i a log. My wife and I both are so

, Lands and Cheap Hogs a Thingof and can reach the trees only by climbIng pleased with Tanlae and so gratefulfor

the Past up the trunks, unless the lower what it has done for us that we '
branches touch the cover crop which want others to know about it," .
,j There pain\ no longer lie any doubt Is seldom the case with pecans. This Tanlac is sold in Starke by F. L. Li\i' "Smile at Miles"

I as to Florida's. ability to produce good Is a long journey for a young wingless Turner; In Raiford by Weaver Drug ,

I j hogs. The recent Poland-China sales bug and the chances of his hit Co.; in Lake Duller by Tomlinson- I -- -. _.
, j circuit was a success. The hogs( offered ting the trunk in his aimless wanderings M.!nes Drug Co., and in Worthing. :
'I :t were as good: as the hogs of any, me small. The man with the 11,. by R. 'r. Taylor.-Adv. I progress F.NE: !;(Quarter Quarter/ & of NW NW Quarter Quarter of NE& W Quarter Half of&

i state, says .1. M. Scott animal Industrlalist scythe should precede, never follow The lodge building is a pretentious SW;, Uuarter ILo E Quarter, Sec II. 'Tp 7. SEEDS
: at the Florida Experiment the mowing machine That Is, theOWpeap Q I I.A : I structure two stories in height, well S. Ft. 22 E... 400, a..... a.. ..ud 1'aul Ilroa.Certlllcate ,
I No. 1U2 "",brae,,. All Hec! 28.I '
-'- W'fI'I built. The first story is taainly an } !ant Muil.nVi Hy-Test Seed for
t Station nearest and between the trees j I I I Tp. 7, 8. K. 22 E.. 641) Acrrn, aiwewed Paul
; We have often heard farmers criticize should be cut first, leaving the middies Lawtey, Sept. 4.-Miss Ruby Rowe, I assembly hall, the upper story the Hvo | Good Results
has i Certificate' No. 198 pmbiace All Sec. 24.
lodge It been well furnish
'1 t purebred! auction padre, saying to be cut later; always working of Macclcnny, is spending a few days I room. i TP 7, S. It. 22 E., 640 Acne, Mimed t'aul Garden and Field Seed for Fall
and is with A
;'\ that the animals sold.1 for so much the away from the trees undtowards the at the home of Mr and Mrs. Ben ed lighted electricity. Urn. I I'lantinjj. Seed Oats, Rye liar-
middle., This will drive well designed!; cabinet holds all the | Certificate No. 1$4 embrace., All Sec. 2 ,
r J f overage farmer could not buy them. the young: Rowe % I lodge records. The far ]has Tp. 7, S. It. 221' E.. 6 4ll Acrea, B..e..ud Paul) rev. Millet. New crop Turnips,
t believe that in these sales bugs Into a narrow strip in the middlefiom cost so
We more Presiding Elder J. E. Rooney' filled Cr .a.fjt I Cabbage Eec Plant, Pepper,
t hogs were sold for less than their real which they are not likely to his appointment/ at the Lawtey church been a small trifle over $2,000, which, < Met No. log embraces N Half of N Bean Peas Potatoes{ and Onion
the E Quarter & SW Quarter, ol NK Quarter & $.
's1 considering high cost of
''\ value than for than their real reach the trees in large numbers. An everything
more Sunday. The quarterly conference was E Half of NW quarter & NW Quarter of Sets. Large and Oldest E.-tab-
i value In fact, few, if any, brought added! precaution is to spray a narrowstrip held in the afternoon. :, l is very cheap, testifying both to I NW Quarter Sl'I!. 27 Tp 7, S. R. 22 E.. fished Seed House in the State.
than worth. ; left In the middle of the good management! and the generosityof V4Icrra.. aueued haul Bro. I
c more they were rows, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwin and Cirtillcate Nil. liuo embrace All NHalf of
E, ; When good farm land in Florida with n mixture of kerosene and water. children were visitors to Starke Wed the colored woiknvn who l built' it, NW Quarter N of Ry t NW Quarter of S SEND FOR FALL CATALOG
f 'ff sold for $5 to $10 an acre there was This will of course destroy the feeding nesday.Mrs. in being satisfied! with low wages The 1 W Quarter/ a."". 94, T" 7. S, R. 22 E.l AND SEE SPECIAL

perhaps some excuse for raising cheap value of the cowpeas. To complete G. W. Fennell, of 1I)1'05eis.[ ) I I moving spirit in the enterprise has i!' Aura Certificate: (. ArittcaHed; No.; Paul!>07 1 1"s'h' *. ..! E Half of N I 1' E. A. MARTIN SEED CO..

hogs, and l the razorback hog mlgh t the destruction of the insect it is best ited.I relatives In Lawtey first of theo I been Ktv. T. P. Duhal't, captain of W Quarter & N 10 A of E Half of 8WQuarter I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDAWEAK )
have been profitable at that time bu to run a harrow over the land or t week 'Starke Co. uniform rank K. of P. Hi K 14 A of SE Quarter of SW
.__ . __ A I Quarter & S Half of NW Uuarter of SE ,
not .now. With the advance in price plow the stubble under after the hay James Kickliter, Herbert Hitch"and I -- ? - l;. Uiarler I... 4 A In SW Co. & W Half of i I
1 of farm lands. it is but natural for is removed.If Wainwright' MK. PITTS IS SAKE I BW Quarter of MO Quarter & N Half of SEQuarter
of Starke, were visitors of tiE Quarter & S Half of NE
livestock to advance\ in proportion.The other insect food; is scarce! the here Thursday I Quarter of SE Quarter Lena 6 A In NE (; I NERVOUSALL
day is past in our state when chickens will eat these bugs in spite W L. Ovcrstreet of Plant City, was The vanishing away from his homenear [ .l--c.*.ed J::1.JUrooklyn Tp. 6. Land S. K.Co.22 E., 176 Acre., 0"1 anv . ,

the farmer, can buy n sow and littev I of thtiir bad smell. If chickens can i a business visitor here last week Long Bridge of E. W. Pittts I CerlltVtl No. 212 embraced fcW:! I.I.I I
i of pigs for $10 to $Ui. A largo ma. be given the! run of the cowpea patch i Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and daughter: some time ago, had given rise to much NE Quarter lo.. 10 A In NE Cor Quarterof E Half RUN-DOWN
Jorlty of our farmers arc now raising and pecan grove i it will probably be Kathleen, are visiting relatives and uneasiness among his neighbors, who i I of NXV Quarter & NE Quarter. of SW Quarter -

V hogs\ and they have a right to expect found the easiest method of (control friends in and near Mclrose this week. ''I expected foul play. Last week Sheritf | in SK 4SE CSec.Quarter. of 24. SW Tp. Quarter S. S. R.lee.22 10 E.:A. I I -
hog ,,prices for their products ling these insects in a small grove. Joe Allen was a visitor to Jackson. Epperson went to his home to investigate Irtfl AcreH.aMe Brooklyn Land Co.

e It may not be advisable for every Wild birds also eat them and should ville Saturday the matter. While the whereabouts according Unity, said to law certificate tax deed.hall will litMue be redeemed thereonon Missouri Lady Suffered Until SLe

t farmer to pay $500 to $1,000 for n be 1 protected from hunters and cats Miss Eva Futch was a visitor to uf the absentee could l not beasc.tai'led the 4th day of October" A. D. 11)20.)
sow but a good farmer can afford t> I when feeding or nesting in the grove. Starke Wednesday.Ed it was at bust established Witness my official .iicnaturo and seal this Tried CarJui.-Say. "Result
let day of ( .
September A. D. 182<>
pay $125 or $200 for the right kind They wil also) destroy many other insects ]Marr, of Highland, was a visitor that he met with no foul play here w. T. WEEKS.
!, of brood sows. of the 'pecan. Most species of here during the week-end. but that he left on his own accord 1 Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County Fla.Seall Was Surprising.Cot Along

I _. .._ birds. arc very Valuable to the pecan The Seaboard baseball team! of and without any intimidation. This Is ( ) By C. A. KNIGHT Fine
'I fiflfi, quickly relieves Constipation, grower. Jacksonville crossed bats with theLawtey verified by a letter f'om1 r. Pitts to .3-5t-10-l)) IK-nutyt CI.rk. Became Normal

Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and his son, stating! that he was well but and
Ileg-garwecd and velvet beans, aIththey o team last Thursday. It was Healthy.
Headaches due to Llv had not yet settled anywhere. The
Torpid
__ r. harbor some pumpkin bugs, are I a good game, the score being 2 to 1 letter
was not dated but it had been
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: : by no means such favored host plantsas in favor of Lawtey. Pearce and Godwin 'I You Do More' Work
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mailed train v
on a going toward Texas
BATING INTO THK CATTLEMEN'SPOCKETHOOKS :
It f tilt cowpea. If velvet beans are was the battery for Lawtey, and and it is presumed he is now in : You are more ambitious and you get more Springfield Mo.-"M back was so
f I used as a cover crop they must not be Pearce gave: the visiting team only Texas. enjoyment out of everything when your weak I could hardly I stand up. and I
I I allowed to climb into the trees. one hit. The Lawtey club went to hluod is in good condition. Impurities in would have bearing-down pains and
Those who have' made the most careful The pumpkin bug Is Ocala yesterday, !Mr Pitts! was nominated as county the blood have a very depressing efface ('.n was not well at any time." says Mr.
a large
study of the cattle tick and its insect measuiing little green I J. H. Moore returned home lastweek surveyor-for this county at the late the system causing weakness, laziness D. V. Williams wife of a well-known!
.ivoik of dratructivenesd have long Ago a over a half Tennessee primary. nervousness and sicknesa. farmer on Route 6, this place. "I
where
inch u fl'OIll. he has
long and a fourth Jnch wide. The .
(]I ove's TASTELESS kept getting; headaches and having taE
/ convinced that the "pesky crit 'I'II..en been spending several weeks. Chill TONIC :
ter" is a source of distinct loss to all\ males ares mailer than the females "I Dr. Brown visitor NOTIC OF Al'l'l.H'AI lON Kilt TV" DEFt) restores Energy and Vitality by Puniyiat'and ) to bed" continues Mrs. William.
was to Jacksonville
The a I'NDtK IUCTIO'S71/
differ OF THEGENERAL
who do, or would raise cattle, The young from the mature individual : STATCTEi4Hnv'by : Enriching/ the Bliwd. When >ou fee describing; the troubles from which
greatly, both in shape and Saturday as strengthening invigorating effect she obtained relief through the use of
number of these Is of those nolle I la slvcn that A. Z. nee
legion Adklni.turvlmtHr
; un Lane :McLeod and sister Miss Lena how
color They are bluish, marked with I | of tax sale cenillcntcn numbered it brings color to the checks) and lioi' \. Cardul. "My husband having; heard
convinced the number is fractional t'ed. und are more nearly circular In I of Steckert //vif.cd relatives here rmiwrttvr-ly 18 4. (I, SS. 87. a4. VJO 141, U'.l.Irtrt. improves the appetite you will the of Car dal, proposed getting': It for me.
j But the latter are having brought directly outline. Doth last week 1514. lit Ifs 1ST. 1D2. 1'IH, 184. IBM, appreciate: Us true tonic value. "I saw after taking some Cardul
home to them the fact that tho young and adults give [ 2'lcl.. 2HT mild iiU: immuil by the Tax Collector 1 GROVE'S . that I
Misses Pearl and Elnora Bennett TASTELESS Chili was Improving.; The result
oft the strong disagreeable odor char.acteriatie for llmilruril County Florida. Halt oertifl-, TOMC!
't, t cattle tick in. altogether harmful deructive of the) stink-bugs. returned to their home in Jacksonville cote IH4 bring datvii the 2nd day of July, A. is not a patent medicine. it is s'mr/h'! was surprising. 1 felt like a different
and at all times and under all Friday after pending several weeks 1) 11117, and cvrtiHCRU 61. Dlt. 87, 94, 120. IRON and QUININE! suspended la ;)'I" person.
conditions The eggs arc laid in clusters on the 141. 149. l Ifill, 169 171 1811. 187 1B2. 188, So pleasant even children like It. Thi. Later I Buffered from weakness
expensive.
with relatives friends. ID lilt!. . .
and I. :o<1. 2U7 and 212 1..lna Hilled the
i t TliP ticks are uatinur into the nock- food plant. They are pearl white and Mis Susan Teston visitor to tin day of Au ru"t, A. D. IsIs and ba filed< blond ne ds Quinine to J Purify! and IRO> and weak back and felt all run-down.
etbooks of owners of cattle not put egff-shaped. Thee hatch in about n was a the Maid Ctfrtlflcatva In my offic, and bee mad. to Enrich it. These reliable tonic prep I did not rest well at night; I was 89
s Starke Wednesday application fur tux d.>*d to IMUUJ In accordance Cities never fall to drive out Impurities nervous and cross. My husband sail
P through the tick-destroying opciation week. The young bugs remain togethei Quite t number from Lawtey attended with '.w. The laid certificate repeelively the blood. he would get me Home Cardul, which

known as "dipping." This is illustrated .n the plant for some time. the ItapUst union meeting at I County embrace Florida the following, aitiieniieil land at the in dat.Bradford of'- *! The: Strenlth.Creating! ( Power of GROVE' I he did. It strengthened me . Mf

i by an incident related 1 by the DoFutiiak They requite about two monthll to Starke the past weekend.Mrs. I tho. inmianoe of such certificate In the namea TASTELESS ChiU TONIC has mad- doctor said I got along fine. I was In
Hret-zc as follows: complete their growth. The adults W. A. Colley and daughter ...'_tiv"ljf hereinafter particularly let forth the favorite tonic in thousands; of hafts good healthy condition. I cannot

"A big cuttlfnutn in a South Florida live for several weeks, the last generation Lois Miss Rebecca Whitehead and ,i til-Wit.". More than thirty-five years a Ho. f',)P' say too much for It"
last week had the all winter. This last (. ..tllI.U.1114: emliracen >T: Quarternf would ride a long distance to : Thousands of women have suffered
a county to pay generationhas )Eunice,; Whitehead' were visitors to SE VluHltiT. 1'1.' .... 17 Tp." 7. ... n. 21 E.. TASTELESS getuITWE .1
freight !bask home from Jacksonville' mostly matured by the ft rut of Staike Saturday 40) acre, ajwpeiied. E. H. Jonea.CcrtinYatt Chill: TOMO: : wb';n i, as Mrs. Williams describes, until they !
on two ears of cattle he wantod to November: very few young being A. M. ) No. 61 embrnce. tot. 1I *.''n Wood. I member of their family had Mularia H found relief from the use of Cardul.
Blanchard was a visitor i to iHwn. Sec IS Tp. 5. 8. R. 22 E., 10 acrea, needed a body-bu'ldintf.! "Lpnllh-i! h'r.I: Since It has helped BO many y"
ship to tick free" territory for feeders found 'after that date, during normal Jacksonville i ,
Monday aiuHnmed Herman !Shaw tonic. ..The formula ili I just the should not hesitate to try Cardul If
t ?d on account of the federal! quarantine! years If October and early !November Geo. Cousins, of Jacksonville was Ceitillrate No. 85 embrace W Half of SE' I day, and you can get\ It from same: in-. I troubled with womanly ailments.
Quarter of SE Quarter, Sec. 5, Tp. 6, 8. R. any1oItore.
( t He wanted to sell\ the cattle, buyers however are very warm, as was: I a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. 22: G.. 20. acre. aseaee.t Silaa I.uptnn.: I 60c per bottle. For sale everywhere. &83
with the cash but the ] Certificate III... 87 embrace SE
were ready government ----- --.- Quarter of
I contin-ues NW Quarter Soc' e. Tp. 6, S. R. 22 E.. 4Dacrea. I
said "nothing Suchexperiences |
lining. COLORED
: PEOPLE .PROGRESSIVE _....d Vnkaown.Vrtitlcnti. ----- ,
its that Is making tick! art plentiful up to the first of December. ( ) No. 94 embrace E Half of : '
eradication converts pretty rapidly in I Probably this abnormal ..('a.' The Knights Half of SW Quarter of SE Quarter. Sec. ,
colored. of Pythias 1:1
Tp 6, S. R. 21 f:., 10 Acrei, ai..ied I
the cow country" Ron1111 responsible for the greater i I building in Thomasville suburb I is now known.Certlncatf. GENERAL INSURANCE .
t There Is!! II very old 1 and oft-wpoal- prevalence of the kernel spot last fall. nearly completed and the cornerstone No 120 embrace W Half of' I

">cf story which has to do with the No breeding takes place during the 1 laying or dedication will\ take placeon elk. Quarter 41 In I.lvinmtnn at NE Quarter.Tnihy O S.0'.... nub 2x), Tp.div 01'1I.t 6. HAROLD

horse. whose owner, locked the door of winter, lit toast in most parts of the ,! the third Sunday In September, 8 a. 22 K.. amiemted Jet* Johnnnn.Certificate C. WALL
the stable. after the! animal lied beenstolen. state. At Gainesville! part of the bugsgo with interesting No. 141 embrace.SE Quarter of I
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ceremonies and fes- SK .
Uuaiter. St. "4. Tp. S. S. R. 22 E.. 40<
; This horse owner must have into hibermitlun under bark of ivities.: The white people are invitedto acre*.. aMewwd J. II. Marrow STARKE FLORIDA I
been the once :
present and
Mayor Hoover, of South' .
Half of 1.01I.. S Half of Lot 10 le I FIRE d.
tie owner who have not us yet accepted other folll'ltl'l''dllae8./ Others remain Starke. has consented to make a N 12 A.. See 7. To, 7. S. R. 20 E.. 4S acres.a LIFE ,BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
: ) I the fact that eradication! of thecattle active all winter, feeding! un such. ten- speech. ......ed J 1\1.) Shaw, Jr. > I
Ti rtiflcate No. tart embrace SR Quarter ofNK I
tick if i absolutely essential\ to I tier plants as thistles, ,radi'lhes rape The colored people of thi section Quarter. See. S. Ti>. P R. Cl E. 40 -.
l the protect Inn of their present heard 1 and collards. The hibernating bugs! are good!, peaceable and industrious. aireii. M-Miit Ida M. Pratt: -

k' and of those, if any, that al'to coin' again become active in March! feeding II The elation between the races! here III i Certificate Quarter" af N'NW.:.. 18.Qunrter embrace& NK:8' Quarter Unlr of 8'E |'' E. O. PAINTER FERTlLIZEn

Need more be said. ?-Timea-Union.! oil 'potatoes, sunflowers, etc., and cordial arid the troubles complained SW Quarter. Bee 10. Tp. 7. S. R. 21 E., 80acren I ;JACKSONVILLE. COMPANY
it later on tomatoes and beans. ajtne aed W. A. May.
-- -- of \in many other sections (; FLOltU.OHI'.E'I'E -
on account .
. Certificate' % No. 171 embrace SE Quarter FERTILIZERS
Rub-My-Tiara is. powerful antiseptic - -. --- I of the colored population/ refusing to of NE Quntt, Sec 17 Tp ". S. R. 21 E., FBIITILIZIQ
ra ; it kills the poison caused from infected Rub.M '-Ti8111 is a great pain killer. I work for 40 arre, aMeued FT H Jon.*. MATERIAL
except extortionate pay, are Certificate No taw embrace All. See 14, ,PII...
L i cuts cures! old sores tetter etc It rl'ie'eslain! and )' TEllS
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soreness mused unknown here Therefore they should TV S R .9 E. 84i< acme, w *med Paul
-Adv by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, I'II be encouraged I in their endeavors 8.... INSECTICIDES IWets.
I to C "'ltI.a'* No 1ST embrace E Half of N _fer I..e Pri......... Plot... POCtTBT '!
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FIUPAY. SEPTEMBER; 3. 1920 .tFORn COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FACE SEVEN

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GRAHAM Lake Butler, Onie Rivers, Dundee, county seat. LaCrosse where the wilt pond the j PI.tri.t No. Four, NOTICE OF El FCTIO"

Grafton Gerald] and Clarence Adkins. !| flock Crew spent the week-end in week with her sister Mrs avid lilatrict llintriet No.No. Fl Six.District .. I. C. F. Hoover, mayor .. Starke, Y..rda. '7
I." \ of the authority vented In
Graham, Sept. 3.-Walter] Edmond. Jesse. Ctison and family, Jessie Dow)I- I Starkc. Shaw. 1... Se"'en.Dlntrict law. .Irt.do hereby call an election to lie held m. t"

ecn and daughter. Eflie, of Sampson, log Mr. and :Mrs. Smith and daughKB'! v. Mullait. of Hampton, was a -- - ) No.. Nine.Eight the Town Hall 4 In the aforesaid toon I,,, tin

WCh, visitor* here Thursday. ter, Evelyn G. Crew< and family Joe i visitor hcie Wed I.... II y, baptiiingMoody NOTICE llmtrlct 1h.trlr No. Ten. *> Qualified "I.OAY..therein BFrTFMBFR on 14. 120 7

MIL W. H. Johns ]left Tuesday for Roy Ray. : :Mus I'mim' Kivei. in the presence of To Take Whom"""("..,May that Concern on the t 6th day of October, I for Unt r Constable let No. Eleven.in and fur the fnllnwinn Ju. for th TtF ru.e of electing the r..nnwln. |.

he k.ome in Macclenny.E Mr. and Mrs. John' Civws passed a ]largi': number of people] A. I). )M2. we, the undrrelarnt-d hall apply( tlce Districts. vil (' .: Mayor. COne .tt .

J. Murrhee was a business visi- through heie Sunday: enroute to th(' :')1--- Jronie Rivers left Monday fe>r.UEI'OUT to the Judilat lion |t. Circuit A. Thravher.Court State Judge of of Fl theKlithth .i iIda Dlntrlct N'o... One.limlrlrt One dirk. .
N.
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One Marshal and Collector.Thre
i Sampson Tuesday. at t.aii'llle( lorida, vr whercvtr (III lUntriet No. 1..0. r
tl. 4
1
r court I thfn ..... for a decree aitthorletngthe Ahlermen.One
Unbolts' is home for a few n.'tY Four. .5
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Jute I 11.1. No & cor.On
OF SCHOOL FINANCESJ.RADFOR1) adui'tiun I l.> ouraelvea. of Queen Let Mah- Fl\-e. ':
after pending two weeks n5c' N" *nurfl>r.
Jar/ ry. our iiraiidilauicliur.Thl i.t.i''t No. "...
Inniiector of said election I F. P. ShaPer, .t
the lit day of rVl'temhrr. A. D. IVtO.
< : Florida.j COUTVI 1'l.lrlct) No. Seven. T. N. hrnririck Jul,an 1'erk. ,
W. M MAHIiY. Ht-trlcl No. In tcntlmony whereof. I hcranto #

A. McKinney! and daughter) OK THE PERIOD ENDING; JUNE 30 1920 _ _ JOSEPHINE; MABRY.t -. lii.irlcl No. E.ht,. my name and cat,.. the seal of the *.ul..rh t"WI ,, '

Alic?. of Sampson were here Tucsla '''\ IIt\'IO\-tR8! : SALE: I I I I liii.tnct, No. Ten. to be hereunto affixed thla 10th day of A*. t
:?Jl.J! foIsI) ',"' "I"'" * "w receipt and diKbuiM-m.ru of the fund of DR.1)fORD Hereby tiuilnr itKfU thai the underelirncd Hi.u, let( No. Flevcn.: V".,. m'O.( 'f
i
/ ; fOC"TluF the neilod ending June With, 1H20 with the balance and amount of warrant. \lrtue of that *certain final y.cre.. cf ..itt- In -timnny whenHif I h... hcr.'ult1.I (1Sep11 C. F. HOOVER. .
Mis. O.V.. Hyal was a business out.umding and a >taunient of ttui aurta and Imbilitit*. and the 1w **,d "r.Mord l-"u.a. reporud on the itt" day of June, 1910. by the County Hoard of tion in Chan Si 1,1, .r florid. at lallahaanea. th. Crflal. ,
Gainesville :Monday. In and for llrailford County, I'h'rlda. .
\isitor to Public I Instruction and the SUIH! 'riutendent! of 1'ul.lic Instruction .. hereby uubluhed unde rthnruvluiuni eery. on the .loth" day of Aununt. A. I>. ItiliO' thin thi twcnty-fuurth day of Auguvt OF FINAL MSCHAKC.G 'i'SITICR
S. B. Woodard of Thcressa of c.'hall.r tie Id of the Law of lorida, Anti of 1V18.EKNf.bT. lO.'O.
Mn In favor of w. e Italney.; lido Ihomaa, MaryJane II. Ct-AV CRAWFOnnI Sty day after date hereof. I. the tind.'r'Ign..d .
wa! here TueHday.Jaynoud o : AMOS. Comptroller.General Kainry. I..n' Ward. Louis Wand O.lie I'L. S.> Secretary of SUt. .. ."mlnlolralt of the .late of M "
Prevatt, of, Starke visited School Fund l'.rriah. Iti'rtio Crommer, J. T. fiapp. Rd (inhapPi To W. J. F.ITf'HSOV.bhrrllT. C Cmft, dcccaned, "'jll prenrnt my voucher 7
1".'na SHMI. Marie Sapp and Wllnon. t-10-ZH> and final account to tha Honorable Geo. A. ;
here Tuesday. HfiKxiiUiry. bulance January 1. isle -???--.?-... S,7\l1.72 Hapli. a minor by J. 'I. Sapp, hi* next friend lJ "rod"n. County. t.ardlner; ('ounty Judg* of Uradru" c ,.ntv. I
Strickland of Gainesville \Sarrant ouutanding.. January 1. 1B20 : H. Johnion.. Itneeoe \\ illl Juhnnon. "Kenneth - florid*, and ask to bo a. auehdmlninlralor
Mrs. Dewey Time urranta -*-_-.__..-.._....... 16,0(10.00 .lohimon. and ilmer Johnson. SPECIAL MASTCK'S 41ALN.te I
I is upending the week with her Currant warrant, ..- ..??- 44.048.04 ttf.D4S.oi by J. 11. ,Johtmon thi'lr. next rrh'"oI. ( ,- la fieribr given tliat tinder and liy Thl* thi ',Ih day of Aurunt 1"CO

Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal.Andiew ]. ant. and apainvt }.II.. lliun..", i.' mlnun'l) r ..Irtu. of a llnal d.'... made ,hI filth day nfAugunt. N. K. I'KA NCR.
J parent/ Nit d*.flrit. January I. 1120 _.-.-_................- fi5.S47.8S 1K Italnty, Nnnnle llerr. and hr> 11120. by the 1".ral. I A, Thresh ''Admlnl.I.at. of Flatc of M. C. Croft. '.
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Sparks and wife of Mounteoclia IttCtlPIS tOil THE SIX MONTHS William llorry and R. '1'. Thomn, di,r J :: : er. Judge of the (' C"r In and forItiadfonl naned. -0-t> ; J ,

were visitors here Tuesday.Mr. Jrom the unficmivni'd. .5 Cnmmiloner' will ofTer Countv. Florida that certaincaune
Tax collector. taxe ._ ?'h ._._.._.._ .4.284.IBComptroller and aril at the front door of the eourthuuHe; '' wherein I>. C Klnlaw. and T. H.llnndley --NOTICK OF KI-FCTIOV I
and Mrs. Wallace)] Thiprpen, of redt'mptionn _....... 62.79 In Btarke, lliadfnrd County, }rlorlda partner under the "am. of H. (J.Klnlaw WHEREAS The ginlature of 101*. under .
of the Cxinii.trollcr railroad tax ....... .. ... .... 1.1l0fiII hour. complainant. ; and t ,
Mn-anopy: spent part week with - -? the leiral of vale on Monday durl".j and Company are the Constitution of IHH6. of the Slat .f
Comptroller .'a'". tax _._................... 4,768.60 day of OctolH-r. A. It 11'*". to the I J. W. Mann Jr., and Emma Mann .. defendant fTorlda, did van* one Joint pro. .
relatives here. County judve. hunting \\Ice..... ..._.._................ IV,60IH and boat hiddrr for bash In hand the followtog *. the .... ,... "". III rlti-r br *alobefore lionilig, an amendment to. the II..I..n.. of {
L. G- Carry and daughters 'iw..ilory, .borrowed money .....__?......._..?...?.. 1H.16U.HO diwrriK'd; real mist. altuated and bringIn I th. court ho".. door at Slarkv, Flor.Ida the State Mis. ) linpo.itory. intvrot _................_......._...... 1.1\10.81 Hrad'ord County Klorida. tn.wll IThe I hetva'n the Irgal "u. of aale) ... Mon lo by r. vet. of thrcc-flfth of. all the mem- 7'
Thelma and Dorothea, returned to Ktfund. ...-.- HSO.dO .1101..11( South Half of the Northeiwt Quarterand day 4lh. 1H20 to the hlghnl and hers eliM'ted to each liiHme ; thnt the "..I.. rinnaid .
their home Wednesday after a stayof thi' North Half\ of I ho8oulheat. tluarU i Iwet ?: for cash. la following, deacrtliedland Joint. fti.olutlon .." enured upon theirrenpectlxe
Ix-avInK iliflclt .. .. ....... ... 10.S49.84 .
to-wlt :
- ?? ? ? >r of Section 1n. and this Houthwvet ou.r.or C..nl f'l.rlda. Journal, Ihe yea nay t
a month in Georgia.: IHMtlKSKMENTg! FOR THE SIX MONTHS ( of the .rtl.t. Quarter. and the North .... IrM. the I..h..1, corner of theNnrthwent thereon and they did'ih d.h..I. .. .0 direct ,
Messrs. C. B. Roberts and Geiger Kpended for 8cho 1aifcalane went. Quarter uf the houthw...| Quarter of Quarter .. Quarter of that the paid Joint. Kcenlutlun .lie uhmlltedto
Dar!")', Mesdames Will Jones Alvin to tuildinyi _......_..._........... U8.!*9 Nineteen, contjtininu.; two hundred and forty degree. (RU mln. W.. R2S feet to BW cortier In November. I )
;McKinney and Riley Wasdln attendedthe I-urniture .- 1.12860 acre.. more or li**. of Northwent Quarter of Sonthi-ant Quarter NOW I!. II. Clay CRAW.

of :Mrs. Annie Insurance .. .. -..............-..-...? 62J.60 A. 8. CKFWS, thence turning an anule of 11)4 .1.,...* VOItn TU.lEt'UIF. of the Blate' f>f I
funeral services ;Mc TranilKirtMtion of Impil _.-._................._ 1U6.00 C. f:. AHEARN.W. and 40 mItt, la the right and running N DO Flnrlis. hereby :r..fI notice that a i .'
Kinney. Incidental for achoola _.-..._......_........._. 8.0&4.68C E. degree 12 mln. E 182A feet. to the Northwentcorner : :
>prnea oC Adminllratloni DAVIS.onimlMKloni'r, *. of Northwent Quarter of SotitheantQuarter will I' hi"r.tNJRA. Ft.F.CTJON' Florida) nn
Or Bishop of Gainesville was a Salary tf auiMTintendent -.............._....... 000.00 A. Z. ADMNS. thtnce turning' an angle of 'R degree* next aueccedlnir'uh .nl"th. first Monday In
professional] caller here Saturday. i'er diem and ,milfaKe tmrnofra of board _....._.. 147,20Inculintal (Solicitor for ConuiUlnanla 0-8-M-lll-l and 20 mln. to the right and ru'i N HO de.greea 1..d.N..n'l..r. A. D. lt'i'0. the paid Tueadny IHIng -. '
for hoard und auiterintendent .._....._.. 60667 and HI! mln E. 11UI8 feet. lo the North- the
Messrs. I). J. Byrd and Terry New. I'rlnlinic .. -.._._....?..-.....??. HO.47 cant corner of larl.r of Southcant SECOND PAY OF NOVEMIIFR I II
com attended the Baptist union meet. In'._' .. __ _. ."" .."_ .- 2,340.86lntcrc.t OltDrK KIR ITHI.ICATION Quarter, .N.rl.t. t"lln.( an .. nf tHdi'greea ) for the rtlneatlon or rejection J I of the pail ,
coupon. .- __ 12I.III"I1I""II..II._....IIZ_I 86(1( .00' 88.478 77 In Circuit Court. Btate of Klorida. Eighth and 40 mln right running 8 Joint Uiaoliillon, proiMmlng nn '
and Saturday.Mr. t
in Starke Friday I .m.om..t
in? Judicial. Circuit. Bradford County In ChanMariivt 00)) degree noil 1. W.. m'lt feet to the to tIle Connlitutlfin of the Slat ,
and ,\1rs. Roy flirt, of Louise Making di-Hcit -_-...... 8S.RZt.61 .. point ol beginning. and containing 40 sIll slat .

were business visitors here Saturday. (r. payment of borrowed. money -......... 1P.160.00 I llur)...on William. 4-10 acre, more or )I.,.*. I .IOIVT nwOLtlTION Troponlng an ,
Complainant. V. E KNICITT. .
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ttndnirnt to Section A of Article IX of the
Miss Ruby Pinner returned to her Net balance. June 80 1V20 ............._............. 67.V72.61 VI A. R CIIKW8. Sieclal, Ma ,ur.Soliollor I C'onnlllullon of the Slat of Florida. Relating;
home in South Jacksonville Thursday Warranta outatandinn. June SO.'IBSOl W. D. William. for Complainant.. ti.8-M-l-l( to Taxation and Finale*.

Time warrant* ...... ...__-...-_.._.._..._..?__._ 8.000,00Current Defendant. He It ItcMilved by the rf th.8(5i. .
after a week's visit with her uncle J. warrant -...-_..,........?......_ 60,656.45 68.(86.46 It apiMarlnir by affidavit apiienilcd. t.i the SFFCIAL MASTFK'K nf ITorlda 1.1.I.h.. t

P. Kirk. hill Aled 'In the abuse stated .,a.... that W. 1). thnt IUI.I sod bytlrtoe That the following amendment t.tk,* .
DeKi. balance( June 80. 1020 .._ ....__. .. t62.K4 .. I Notice la hereby given \ .
ltory ? ?? Wllllama.. the therein auun.I'whhnt decree made on the llth day A of Article 9 of the *
Roberts nf final
Messrs. C. B. and Geiger : : : J.h ) a .
of thi* ritate of rlorlda l>, by the K. Ptat of I'l'rlda relating to taxation and fi ,
Barry motored to Gainesville Satur. ASSETS AND LIAHILITIES I* a redint! of the loan of Vienna. 'In I.... of Augunt A..Tudge 1V20 of the 1..111. In .al' I I. lierehv, ngrecd to and ahall IMI uh. f'
A. Thranher. f't..lt
business. State of .leomia and I. oier the see nf twen fTorlda.' In. ) bitted 10 the .elector of the .1.. for. adoption ,
and for
day on .A&ets; ty..ine yearn It I* therefore ordered that saId certain' IrM".1' ,"un'V.' J. O. Jonea I. eomplnltiant. the nr rejection at the next general election

Frank Abernathy and son. Duffy, non-rtaldt'lit difendant lie and I. hereby required ..a"and N., W. Ifurne Many Home, 8.II held, ),er.'stt.'r. that I* tn *.y Hint Section 7

Brooker last General School Fund to apH" | 'nr to the hill of complaint filed lloniniirk SlitIti). Ik-nmatk, CH'ten 33505 I rf Article 0 of the Conntltutlon nf \,..
business visitors to -
were 'in aid caune on or before. Monday, the 4th W. II I Amn\\! f rlorlda be. amrndtd 1 a* to real .
._ _ ______. __.... 6f 2.M .. > the alleitatlona of Itaiforil a eoriHiratlon. I
Thursday. Balance cnah In iltpottltory --_n ... - > day of o< .I..r. A. I) 1I .0, otherwise Andrew defendanta. the un- I fuiiowpt
Math Wasdin Mrs. Wlll.Jonca and Uncollected iaxe., current, ytar -.... _n' ... ___'_'_..00'00_"_. 11.0111,01SpeC of nalil lull, will be taken .. ....r(..- and,ilvraigni)Eva l I... oiler. for.ails before the court Section: A, The, 1."I.I.lu..h..1 lint.* pnw.r I
III Tax Districts ed by aid defendant. hnune. door 'I Stark, 1' lot'Ida. lotwmr,, theli.gnl to 1'.1.1. for Issuing $ ,. lioniui only
Bessie Wynn motored to Starke Tuesday It .la further ordered. that this order be puhlll hour of nale on Oclnlx-r .4th.I for tli. ** retielllng) Imanlnn' or *"r'1'.ln.

on business. Ha lit nee cash In dt.KMiltory -. .___._ _____ -_-. ____-.....____..._... '.606.t >hed onee a wet'k for four oonnecuttve week lll.'ll( to the hlghont and lest ,. for ranhthe 'n.II..u"n. or for th. ptirtme.. of
Uncollccted taxes, current ymr ..--_. _... ._. __.____-_..-... .-_... 1.6(17.04 In the llradford (iunty telegraph a neAaia.lier following dencrlbrd .rI.I In ItradfitrdCounly ...n.l. or funding Imnd .In'.. U. ,
Frank Walker ,left Friday for St. ptibllMhed in suit County and State. tied a lower rat* ..? Interent or for th. ''H

Augustine. Total -. .. __ __....-_.._...-_...... 17,675.50 This August BO( I (211. Commcnnlng, florid at 1"\ .. corner of Sec iurpii.*. ..1 acuulrltig./ building, and maintain. .
W. T. WEEKS: I.'ao of good road and bridge
Liabilities Tnwnnhlp 6, S. .. and run W ng a *.
Mr.; and Mrs. John Barry, of LaCrosse 118..1)) Cl<'rk Circuit, Court 11.along nald Hue .6 chain thence N 6chain 4 hmughmit, I hi. Slate under nuch, regulatlonamay
lly C. A. 1 .. of 20 degree .. I.. tireacrllHHl by an Act of the Legnlatnre i
visited relatives here the first General School Fund : I1I"rk.: I & and link. nt a .I.t..n
Deputy W of 1 lo I h..'A. <'. .. if way pnitldi'd, that any Imnd Inane* .

of the week. Warrant' outnUndinir for current fxpinm-a --._..._.......... 60,68H.46 E. M. JOHNS th.'n. : .I"n. reid right of way IIIehnlnn horlned In pumuatice, hereof fur a ".','m ,,

Bob Surrency visited the county Tim warrant* outatandinK -._..... _-.-.-.......... 5.000.'IlMunry Solicitor for Complainant.' .861101NdTKK 1R..lv. 111. ; lime, .' alonu aald range good amount mail, five and 161\ per hrldgea cent shall nf lOp,not.total exceed ft In,. t
due or lmkilhttt>* incurrfd on contract complrtfd or unoom (line H 17 ..hal" place of beginning being) .
seat Thursday. l.leted __ __ nUuU__.. ._ __ _____.._.__......._..... 555(1.00Special ( In the ""\th of l..u.h.R.' Quarter nfMen. ennment nf the .1.,. at the tim* of lest*.naldirnpiwcd
O. W. I)yal] and daughter Ruby ) Tax District Funds In the Circuit Court llradford County Florida ( 18. Tp. 5. H. llge. II containing. ; Illl The. vnte amendmint.cant In .""ml.l.n.o with... dee-) :

were visitors to Waldo Saturday.Ky I . In Chancery.IIIV acre*. more or. leSS. ration and return thereiif | || I. ....IJ.I.dI
5.55057 Or LAMC" UU'fURVII A. Z .hal
Mills was a business visitor to honda Warrant outstanding. outtHndInK: -- --:'::_::-:::-: :.::_ .:::::.::::::::::::::::::: 64.lItll.JO: ( :( H CIIFWS. ,AKINI.A. .. .,. the provided*.m. I bv regulation law ,for general. ..rl"U.election" In .."

Starke --- STATE OKrI.OniDA. ) for Complainant. H-H-M-lil-l I .
Thursday.Tom .
Wasdin of Waldo, was here Total _. __ __ _n. .____ _n_-..._ .._..__..._-__..-..- 134,076.02 lo the Taxpayer' and Cltlxen* of the City of 1..lol"r 11. Slat' of Florida IN TESTIMONY WIIFIIPOF.I :

Lake Itutler nit I. OF COMPLAINTIn I hav hereunto art my hnn:
Saturday on business VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTYI You will take notice. that.. on the.. CTth day. the Circuit Court. of Florida and affixed the Great Seal efSFAL .

Mrs. W. Walker, of St. Augustine, of SeptemlH-r( A. II. 120. at <.nlnevllle. In the Eighth Judicial) Circuit. Itradford I t ) the Stal,. of rlorl.la, at Taf.lahannee .
General
is the bedside of her daughter County of Alnrhua. In the Slate of Klorida, at County. In Chancery the Capital, thl tO.twpnlyIgIlth *

at School houcn.. sod lot. ._-.n.n__..__..__...-._ 120,000( too o'clock I*. M" before: the Honorable K. A.Thrstter J. C. Adklni Complainant, day of July A. IIiimliand.

Florence who is ill: School furnitun' .____.__..n.n.___-_ _. .-- ..h .h.n___ ___. _-._ _.___ 86,(1100.(in Judge of aald court, you are reoulred VB K Id''".
:Messrs. Will Jones Jake Roberts 6,0(10.00 to show. UII... If any you. t".... why John Alexander C1rham. J.m. II. CLAY CR\WFonl>.
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Geo. Stone were business School Other 1 school aiMiamtuB proH-rty. :.:-:::::::::: .h- :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 4.11(111.(10Total : ( : the honil In the sum of Thirty ,,,......,,.1 Dili.Inm. I.. date, Samuel. C. l.nne. .,. 0.Me.rrnrp. 1.0.UI.10.Ua. Secretary, of Slat. .
Mrs.; C.
and -- ---- priilHMed to be inauiid. by paid City( nf Lakellutler J. I Earl J.

visitors to Hampton Saturday. _. ._ __ _____-. __ _. ._u.._.__.___...___....- lflS.60000, KhiMilil nfl, he \alldnted and confirmed ,:.1:,.. T W 1'11. J..hl n. Farl. COMMIHHIONFIIN' AI Klli'rcliy
IN VMTN'KSS!: WIIFKPOP, I have hereuntotilnocd Jr Chan Hubert. W. R Ian '
la that under and' byvirtue "
last given I
Starke
John 'was in .
Surerncy my hand and official aeal this the 81nt and Franrli I. McCall Hi fendanl of n..I.. .certain dfrree of partition ell) .

Thursday. OF REPORT OF SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT dRY of August, A I I' 10211.W. .. th. alinv. ered in the, C'I uirt for Mradford ,'ndfl.V. .
RECAPITULATION T. W F rK8.: It .,., by worn bill tiled In CI."I
Frank Leroy .alno State of f In Chancery. on 'h. 11(04iay (
Math Wasdin Reynolds .
,.
1t..I.r..nl .1. named 'I..rlln.
Clerk < of ,. D ) In acllnn fur
I0lf
an
Wasdin, J. R. Bcvill and Francesllu..lI.ee. FUNDS, BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA County I'lorlds.S.all . .h.r"III.n. and laeh .. them unknown : pending, wherein' H. II,
( Hy C' A. K Ntr.IIT.9.8.M.I".I. <'a them ln.inu over th* age of twen. r.arll"n.ln
and ,
: Bessie Wynn Equilla tlatSilo I ."Ioila.'. and C. N. 1.1.1.
JUNE 30. 1920 Ili'puly Clerk ty.me yearn It In th"nr..
. .t..c and wife. Dove : flnrah : I
convention
I'ixon' attended the county defendantn and each or ana 1..hh'r .
.
.. II, A, ( i Jtat't.in. K. and
in Starke Saturday and Sunday.E TOWN TAX "UTI'F.N..I" thiy .hereby required, to. appear to the. iiinhand. .K *rt4y Itirlmrd It llnlili
l 10 heri-hv given that the follnwlnitdencrllHil Mill) <>f Complaint In caune nn or before 'al'
J. Murihee left Sunday for Se- z L" 9'.:; i." :0'" .I 3: 9 'aC landn will lie null.) at ,...Ioli" auellonon M"nd.... the IIIMe day oll. November 1020 and wife. Addle II..M.T. and T,defendant J. lloldur, and theinilrnilirnil
I'l.rrnmlllier.
bring where he has accepted employ i' '; .Ii ; the fIrst Monday of nctolver. 1020 It %being olherwlne the allegationa) of sId bill of flotn.Plnlnt ,wlfw. ftoinmliilonf.r are. will ", .
'r fur
; it aa I
If it ; I: the 4th dny of nnld month at Italford In the will lie taken .. ennfiwned by nlil ihi- the, rfnor of llw, cnurthotwe In
nil at front
ment. a g :J 0 It county of nradrnrd., RliOi- ,.1 rlorlda.. or no fi'muint .
:2 .
business i ; I 1 will lie '......... to the further ordered that (hi. order be pub.Unhid Itarhe. Ir.dr".1 Counly, I'lorlila on M'ul. ,
Frank Abernathy was a .. : 10 ... J.K .. ._ much thereof a n. pay It I I. the 6ln .,. . ,r. ttlttft, the aame l's.
0 .. due fur taxe herein set optMmltc the week for twelve ennneeiitlv
S amount onre
visitor to the seat Saturday. i' :: Ir 'lug a Ifval palm dny of aalil r< riurlnir tUival
county .rt.
P Ir alii nah> and Telegraph,
: S" .. i name together with the most of week In Ttradfurd Cnnnly ahcwnpaper ... the
r; houra, of kalr, anil will pelt||
Morgan Preva'tt, of Waldo was attending i =- Ii' g, .. It ailvvrtiwlng. ptiblinhed In *ald eoonty .nt ala).. iivluiit' and. lest lildilrr for. nat In hand Ihe'oltowlnv 4,
Com nlF.!: ('or of the N:14: of BW, and Thi 10th day of August A, n '
business here Monday. arid !
to :;; e: g' ;' :.. run W 1 rOut",., 8 u right of w.y of W. T. W' EK". ? d..rlK.1 realiital). lylnir >**
Alfred McKinney is slowly improving .. If D' ,Hld ..I Circuit Court.Hy I ov, In I) 11111 Florida to-wlt I .
2 .. S A. C. I. It... lion along right (11..al CMcrk irlnnlna', : at H::,itthwrl fnrn;>r of North.wtt .
:
at' this writing.Mr way to E line of NI: of SK'.J. thineeN C ,A. KNIflHr. of S'rtIntI!
:2 :: S :: pp along aid line to lit of lieg, Hoc IX, K.I(tl.l fit.11-8.I Deputy, Clerk Ila..r of Koiithraat quarter
and Mrs. Lando Maines of k. a. 0r Tp, 6, K. 21 K.: 7 A Owner K: Kite.Txe "hlr.I.) Towimhtii 8i>vi<, f'h. KanirtTwi
,
i anil ..,. (5 40. NOTIf OF ATPI.ICATION POll TAXI'MlfH >nty-two F.. 1.nr. run N"rh feel
Mounteoeha here Saturday.Mrs. OYfO
were K thcnre Fa: .t ( fi . c W 14 A of FF.' ..r Sf'4; .nc IW01 IEI KUTKIN 676 OF THE .. 1..11'1 beginning. ,
children (110 feet to
Zora Dyal and spent nee W.t (
:;; a .. and, SW4u, 7. t.fNfltAI.: S4TATIITEMlIrreby i
FWI01 ,
|haP
.. Kite Taxea and that Alderman and and eimlalfilnv three acres, tours or
Saturday afternoon in Sampson. 4 F. E notice I. given
.. J. M AI.VAIIP7) ,
of ;Mounteoeha CSIN. UK.H. Flitch iiiirchnner nf ,lax ale eertlfleate* numbered ... JU. ,
Oliver Gracie. Sparks W.
and it N' of NWI/ *nd &U of NW', e-ei'lil 8 nfi|>ectlvely) PlO and 20A 1..0 liy the ANI'"WI. .
were shopping here Saturday. a "Acre In NK ( K,'e, IH Tn, 6. It 21 R. tee collector) of ItrAilfnrd (:"" Florida R. A Conimlnalonvn.NOTM I ,
Mabel] McKinneyof 07 A. (Jwn'r, R Kt! Taxe and aid rertlflrate being dated July 2nd. 1017. 5.43.51-9.6 Aa _
Willie Maines and __ __
buNts. .2I.76Ting and Augiint 6lh, 1111. rennectlvnly baa filednaid .
Louise here Saturday. I I II > of and R .. ha made AITI I'ATION roll TAX EED
were at. NW 4 of run r OK
_________ ______ NY'4 NY14 .rtll..t. .lle. Ant
:Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Goodie, of 'I"\I.I\ I r, )70.4.l 8410: 514 a IIII 670 feet. R ) fl N ". W 4f.B ft. ..application deed .. accordance. ('bill" It IoI't: nUN 67t UK 1 lIE 11"
I _. IK, 6, K 21 E.. (.rM-IIAI.; STAIIITEMlI'rriy ; '
2 (I .8/1'' 1140,1'' 52ft.6" UO.IIII 668 75 tIll aO.1I1I 1862 to pt of 1 Tp with law
Sampson were shopping here Satur- 8 (l0.l5J 1.08.642"74.a2' 220(1111 81.2\ n 6RIt,80 1267.04 6&,011 A A.--Owner, F.. Kite. Taxe and eimta, Said ccrtlnVatea rwa'ieetlvelv .1.1,.... th. nollee I. gIven that It W, Mum*. ,
day. 4 55.451 ) 6.'"' UO.8I') 1&.110! 12.118 'I.f'2' 1\l2.7k\ 14 06. following) Innil-J' In ftrailford County, Florida |MirrhaNi>r ..I tail nalo rertlfleatea numliereil
!McKinney II I R.4/11 430.IIIIf/ 258.2411 I 211/111 6.\111\ 202.14 Com 20. ft 1 nf BW ('"r. of NEW ."d run annenned ait the .date of the InHuance- nuehrerilflcntea r'eu.rtlrely| I 146 and IOA( :Issued : ,. TaiolliH'tfie I
Heath of'l\IrM. Annie 6; i \52.681 .' ( ( Ufl8 S flo .7& 10:17.117: N 41H t K A27 f. W 41* ft. N ."\ f In the n.m. renpectlvely herein <' of Itrniirurd) <'ounty. I 1.rrlI: Pall
The sad news was circulated! over .7 \I 131.1161\ I 1811.1'1 .8.76 .8& 8.611 11.1.1(1S \ ( to |.t of I...". See ". Tu. R, II 21 % after rirtlrulrly) net forth to.wit : ri.rlinrnl. IH.IIIII," dated Auiiunt h. a
Graham 25th that 182.881 I a.flUl 107.011( o.'l 5,1111 8011 2176"y Acre -Owner J. Q. Peacock Tanea sod {".' ..,. No 212 embrace* the NnrllnnntO fili'd, mid rertlhrnti* in' tny ortlre .nl I ho
Aug. I .
Wednesday I 4N.04I "\4.501 1.8fI 8 611 1t8 18 COStS. (6.10.) i.rti." nl Siinthennt' Quarter exeefil 10 made, .,.|, .. .. fur I.heed lafliie In a4.eordann .
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;Mrs. Annie McKinney had died at the 10 I 168.211/( I I a.5l" 7".041 20,11111. ..88( 8.80 1(11.10( Cnm at ME Cor of. RE'. of 8W'4 and runS hre 114.) Tp. 7: S K. 22 K., 22 urea an c with law
: sanitarium in Gainesville.She I 12N.1I8 145.01110.88 1.00 011.111 70 yd*. W 21 ydn. to a ,., nf lieg, I'nknown.firtinpi.il.. Said oertlflratva rei>.l.1 emhraei4 the
McKinstry II I 100.661 1 1H2011( 111,88 8.60 82616\ thence S '70 . W 70 yd*. N 70 yiln. ) Nn COO .. ,..... the Went Half followIng land, In rl.. e"UI,., r'lorldi, ,
\ \ I .
8\1.\1111
had been carried to Gainesville .12 1 + .4.67 8.80 II0.IIj JO.86 iso 1JUa, E 7" ydn to ,pt of I I.,,. Hee. I". Tp 6. K of Wot llnlf of Northwest. tuarter .Northeant . adeemed at the date the issuance of aiifhaertlfleauMi

to undergo an operation, after an illness 14 13 I 2'1.8\1\ I 18\18\ 17\1\ .6 60.00 ..78 R,81 13.811 &5",." 21 E.. 1 Acre.,--Owner John WhtIinn.s.'Taxes Quarti'r nf Northman r/unrter. North- *n the' 1.m.reapnetlvely herelnaf. '
\ 10.011! 12.,68) 1411,1111 j 111.86 8611 16.110 1.81 and ","'. II.6N I .'.t Quarter Fant Half of Snutlii-a-t, (|tir.tjr ti>r t.Nrt' ''rlll..I. Net forth) ..,....1.
IG 2'.111 I
of several weeks. 143 !( 10.621 I is.ssf: 4.i.lr''' 1..8 '1.20 7&.2 n. C. SAl'P.i nf Nurthiant Quarter of Northweat Ouarter ('. 1". 145 enihrane Northwelt. \
Mrs. McKinney was a true member 20.051 I (112 14.751 1016\ ( S.60 3.8"IH Marshal and Collector Fnnt Ial of N rthiant Quarter C,r Quarter, of N.'hw. ""a.\r. He*. HI) 'Ii.. (A I, "
church here. 17 I J 35.041 I as.ool I 31111.12 821.0llJ 1.,6ft 168 fto 160.00) I II I ".",,'h. a.' of Northwent Quarter ANnrthwent H 1C ill K:.. 40 preeN, ......, J, A. .
of the First Chrtstian I I '16.2MI 611.011 2M.O"( 86.00 8& 110 n.80\\ 11.111 OF M Quarter, of Nnrtheant Quarter fIr C ertlflrale' N.. IllS emhraeea the Northwestliinrter

She was born and reared in this section 211 19 (I 12821 I 1.011! 5N.2N6.00' 10.86 i.yI I.'UI 1"1.011U Tn the IfTIF, ..FC'Tlf': ". nt the .4. ,iIhr..t Qunrtcr nf Northwet Quarter AHmith ( of Nortlieaiil, gnarter. anl North halful

in marriage to John McKinney i 14\1.80\\ I 211.1101 118 II t ..\\15 \\1..0 I 108..7 State of fh. Half nf Sinithemiit Quarter of North- .? Nortliwent Quarter. Him 1'f..>. 7, 8. H.M .
uniting 22 J' MI 25I.Ci6 231.\1111\ 68\1\ h5l 66.1101 11.81. \1,6\1\ \ 7H6 i 14\t.U lie It f'l..r.la'. I. II, CT.AY f'RAWrORPSecretary went Ourer, A Northeant Quarter of Northwmt r., UO a..... aneeeaed haul Sir....
I
some ten years ago She leavesto 28 I 1"4,11I11 I 21111.0' $ 1842.181 11111,." I IS7.84 21..2. 114343.243 610,111 of of the State of lorida. dihenhy Quarter of Northwest Quarter Wo t'nlrn' nalil eertini-atea shall lie r ,. .., .4areordlnii
M'R' Half of Sonihlapt Quarter nf Northweat to law. tax d..ed will thenwnon
mourn her ]loss besides her husband 24 I 380.72\ I I 188,6111 toOO 26.86 6.M2 1115.18 irlve) ". ... that a .
tar nf Nhrthwent Quarter Went Half ol the l.ith day of A. Ii. mail) .
lf111I4i 34 471 I 112.1,71 101.43.14 553 C.f.NFHAI. ': litett.mlor r
sister I $5.45 ; ;
five children two brothers and a : I 181.3431 \ l0.04l ;1fl.02 1UO IU 5 401 16.011: 2412.63 l>e held In I.F'TlfNWi Slut" nl? Rnutheant Quarter( ( nf Bouthwinit. Quarter ofMnrthwent WHo,.. my olTlelal .t.. u.. nno peal thai

and a ]large circle of friends. 2 ? 1$ 72 I 11111) 00. 8011.61611.110 87.26 124.0241 111,011 .2.118( ) on '".01.II.adurd, aueceeding the f..l Quarter. Sue. I I. Tp. _. H, II. 2 the 7th .nf Auirimt. l> 11120(
\ 'I..ta. I'7.. 102 1-2 Acre, an-ennell J, f). IllltbrandtIfnle W. T. wEEkS;
of the entire 2S I 107.11., 111.001 55 aol 40(0)( 11.07 5 sIlt 14182 In Nnvemlier.. .. A 11120. the
The love and sympathy 90.87, 122.0(1:: 11.35 7.68 1.60 3145 437SW Tuenday the I ** nald) certificate. ha1! IMI reileeme C'I< Clroult Cur. llradfiiril. C.mnly, ria.IfUall .
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community is extended to the fill 4t6, i 1,80'1 20,00 10.8 84 441 I'nl HAV OF NOVEMIIFRTor : according) to law, tat d*. wi las,,. thereon (7) A KNKillT,
I 7':80': a8. 8, 27.8r. S81.( ffC'fNT Senator from the, State on the nth day of ""I"m'.. A. D 1H20\ N-ia-6t'D.0 lii'imty Clerk.
bereaved ones. 81 I 12037// 8s1lO.57j lt." Witness official' algnatiire and peal thin, .. . .....
my
I I f25.6dl! 52.a6 6660.00 M008.1I: 1677.501 1844.50, 136.821 t'l2B,26 of .1..11. for l year from M..h 4, 1\21 --- -"
Card of ThanksWe for Ilx (HI' Prmldrhtlal Elerlnr*, the 10th riy of Augiut. A ( 1020 MlTK r. OP APPMCATIOM ION TAX DEBDUNIlrH
wish to thank the people of for nn. ftenrenentatlve of th* Second Con- W. T W HUTKIN |7> OP IIIK t J4.EAIhtAh

Graham and Gainesville for their kindness OF REPORT OF SCHOOL IIOND. INTEREST v.lu"o Dlntrlrt of the Htale of II..rlla.: In Clerk Florida of.the ,Clreult C..r. llradford Counly : HTA1ITKHNotice ,
RECAPITULATION; ) CongnnM of Unl.d In tienhr itlven that W, R. Croft: I
and ( fly C. A. KNIOHT,
shown us during the sickness State* 1..1 fiurrhaaer of Tat Certiflnate No. 2, dated, ,
death of our dear wife and sister. We AND SINKING FUNDS, BRADFORD COUNTY for fiovernor of the Ilal. of Florida ..1"8 -O.J. ,_____ Deputy Clerk 6th day of Auiruat. A. l>. lOIN I,.nled .. J

and offered for Biuetary of II.I th. DtaU of NOTICF f>F APPI ICATION FOX TAX HFFIL'M'rK > eertlttrate I 'In my offire dI hMa maile ,"
:
thank the friends! who came JUNE :'JO. 1920 P'Irlda. r OF lion for tax deed to lamia I In aceordanec
HI-THIN 676
their services from time to time for Attorney Cieneral of the l'a. o Floy. f.FNFHAI. TiE law.Hald

and thank the physicians for their : % i Ie! ;' I I Lo"", Ida' for Comptroller of the flute of ""Id. Hereby notice, I I ITATITJI. . .A. Puteh.pr.hesor .r. ihed aertlflrate, altuated emhraeea In the llradford following. ..nl
: r of tax sale ntimhereijrmneeilvely I."rt.
God bless I f r r r of ..r .r.I..I.
kindness and patience. !May for Treaauree the State .1,01IR. Florida Jot I or North Half" I
I 5 : H i 1- I ; r i i ;- 1 ;' For Hunerlntendent) of f'uhlla ol 26 and 282. "Ud the TaCollector > Northweet Quartet, 10, TP 4, B H. 18
you all.John. J I 1 i! i I t I the (.t of Uradforil ("" "''or.I., patti( 60 I.

James Wasdin, a I S If I I : '' fla. )r'I..I'a.. .. of Agriculture of the eertlneati. being dated' July 2nd. ha. herea the data .
McKinney, i! ; ; I f H I nled paul In my office+ antI ha The aid land "''nl luaeuieil at
O Jane Wasdin. : State of Florida. ..rll.a" ,,. the tmHianei* of ,. rertlrtrate In ,. nan, 'I
> :ar Ii: tax deed to isa In accordance
Wasdin Mary
- I g .. ; I I : S.: :. I \\'ll for Two JuMlce nf tl l.r.m. Court (.t .a.l.. with law. of <>ro. Wllllamn. Unleu ..10 .rtll..t..hall
--. 11 I: iI I
nt Florida
Ie the State I
g 0 I'' he aecnrdiny la. t.
I I c. .. .. III.. 43, I r. for On Cnmmlnaliiner of the Btalenf Said enrrtlflratea renpeetlvely embrace tha .d..I. I. .<
IHlli) 14.1,3cm.1w
LONG BRIDGE ".0 .. ;; I c I ;SS ; I 1.lIrn..1 following land In llradford) County, Florida will 'Inane thereon on the day | "I
If i. .. I I S i. IfIf FI.rlda Senatorial !>!.. assessed at the data of the Inauane* of atieh .. A. l>. mo.Wltnee .
""' ; a. E. for Htat Henauir ir.ih and aeal

Long Bridge, Sept 3.-Miss Pearl :: : i.tA .S. t I. I I .., .!. I' .e. I a trlet for. of Two th* Rtat Member of Florida.f.o of the lloune of Reureaeniatlvea ...rtll.a.. .rl.nlaI) In the, net na.forth. renpectlvely to-wlt, : herein the 7th day my of nfflelal Auiruat,.I"n.lur A. II, 1B20 WEEK8 Vt.'I
W. T. ,
Crews has returned home after spend. 0 I 6'I '- I i- of the ilta' of Florida.For (...tI".. .. 226 embrarea N A In BWCor Clerk Court. llradford ( ....n",
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ing a while in Lake Butler. and i :'H i ( ; P J i I !' fViunty ". .. of".Southwest 14. Tp. M.Qu.r.I It. 22 of E.f4.uthraat. R Acres Quarter. ... Heal) CI.eul lly C. A. KNK.IIT.B136UB.10 .

:Mr and Mrs. David Shaw ..I itir' \ .. Fin- Ih.rlf. the Circuit .e Unknown. Ueputy
For of

daughter, Lorenc of LaCrosse, spentthe l i l ,\ :; I I I. \ !l i i' fur, bounty CI..k Annennor of T.C.ur. Certificate. of floutheaat No. 2:12: Qu.rr.embrace Kee NorthwentQuarter 50. Tp.B I. NflTK P.Of flNAI. r'IIf'IARGI I i

with the latter's par. ... ... C- I or Tax Two after date .
week-end :: eo I \ I I II For C.I.I. of f'ublta In.strUeth K 22 Ent 40 *cre*. .**.*..01 Inknn. m..nI. 1.nt i
I r"nl and final aeeount to
Iu'.rnun..nt '"
Rivers. lnle paid halt "
O. '
nts, Mr. and Mrs. II. .rUlnl. I r.m. Gardiner Judtia I
I ; according will lion G." A. County
Oondee Adkins and Grafton Adkins I \ I \ For Ctounly 11..0'. on the, .t day 1.0.of September... A.lo'l I). IP.O.WiitnmMi Hradfrml County rlorlda, and ask to he
Starke. Fur Five (: c.ml.ion.n. eharired of the' relate of
l>" 'ruled the convention at Board of my official) nignatur and seal thi mx Idmlnl.h.t.
t for Three the 10th day of A ll IK20. D. Alnrrnathy, ......
the pilau
Among those who attended _ _ Public I Inatrurtlnn.for AUlu.t. W. T. WPEK8. This the (i 8.h day of Jun. A. T>. 102ft.O .
Welch Friday a i0523I 425t431 sl.s1.1J8000. 1274.111 Pwh.IfIIE'INo. 4020.1,1 .hutlce of the ,'...In and for th fu|- J. AIIEKNATHY. I
b Grace Clerk of the Court. CountyFlorida.
g 'en Miss
> 22 7413.81 i sfIftOtoe( 672Jfl 240.001 ? 3 1343 14 I I.win. Juntlce, fltatrleu vii i Clrul H..rr"d MRS ALVA AREKNATRTAdmlnlptratorx
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nigh were Pearce Crews Fronie Riv. 2$ 252.771 5554.94 iI1oo0.00I 1136.10 610.41 8520 1154400.001 815.SZi 4100.21) ,.... N.. On.r (Seal) By C. A, of the Estate of E. U AI.n.'h"
!Mabel Crews. 14(4l.40 4361.201 8341.140: II 40bo.00 351261 l No Two KmOR.8,8t..10. .
Ehan'Stapp 25 Deeetded.
*""a Sapp. f..le > ,
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C; W Rivers Jessie Mae Cason of 1.46 (In ((00433 1 37 430 6441.10. 4043.471 20141. 585.26 64087.60. 512.7013086.hI I 1'.1.. No Thre- V" .. ;



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER S. 1920
r PAGE. .- FOUR. .. -
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-Greene. I tending to business in Graham this at the Scout Hole Wednesday were Jj I I In Ctrrtm ORDER C mn FOR, Blair PUBLICATION of floridEighth .published.k. In toe once Bradford a week County for four Tetejr.Ih.. q

IF'I' Bradford Gounly Telegraph j jPabhattrd District No. 4, Providence, D. C. week. | Mr. and l\Ira. E. B. Andreu, Mr. P. I Judicial l Circuit Bradford County, In ChanVerdella newapaper, publlahed to aaid count* and-* -Tula b-1>a..k1 let. 1HO.
Williams. Mill Eva Hodge is spending this M. Barefoot, Miss Tave Andreu and W T.
- : .I District :-0.;' 5, Urooker, A. A. Ha- week with friends and relatives in I IMacclenny. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen, of Brooker I Powell Complainant (Seal) Clerk Circuit WEEKB COM,
VVLly., and entered u ecml | zen. I Mr. and Mr*. A. B. Surrency and I VI I Br C. *. KNIGHT

clan matter .t the iwejJ-office atStsrke. I District No. 6, Starke J. F. Kickli- -+ children, }Ir. and Mr*..A. E. Surrency I B. A. rowed Defendant. A. Z. AI.KINS. Dt'1" "Ink.

Florida. j ter. LAKE HUT LER and children, :'>11''. and Mr*. J. E. Cle- It app-erlnir by affidavit! appended to the (, Solicitor fur Complainant. 9-t-lt-lea

rr -- ..-':-==-= District, No. 7, Hampton, A. A. mur. and eon, Alvin, and Mr*. Riley bill fllid In the above ataled cauM that B. A. I', -
= = NOTICE OF FINAL
E. H. MATTHEWS- Editor and <) nr.A.U Futch. Lake Butler, Sept 3.-Rev. Armstrong Mills. | Towel resident. the of the defendant Mate of therein Florida, named.and conceal ia a Sixty dare after date hereof rUSCHAKGE I, the (U-.
District No. 8, Kaiford W. H. An- attended the union meeting at j I flora and Mallie Surrency entered ,; himself 00 that proe... of subpoena cannot I I signed. aa Administrator of the entau. of
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Urooker Funday. : school at Brooker Monday. ,, be .er,,"" upon him, and IB over the age of Hardy Nrwnom. draped, will I..... . fie.ivouchcra
-. ,,,, .. . .b.. ..t, drews, Jr.District. R. T. Wilson and sinter, Miss Lora, Pine Hill wa well represented at'' twenty-one years: It .la therefore ordered thatpaid and final aecounta to the flu CML
'''' .I-. .' No. 0, Worthington, Roy nun-renulent defendant be and la h..blll|I. A. Gardiner County Judue of Bradford urT.
[ I"'R. ,,"n' Taylor returned to their home in Columbia i the union meeting at Brooker the last vo.uired to appear to the. bill of .complaintfiled ty. Florida and ask to be dueharved ai m.k
I ..... before the Admlnlatrator.Thia .
In paid .e on or Monday
District No.. 10, New; River, H. T. City after a pleasant visit with their three oats of last week. 4th day of Octobir A. U. 1920, otherwise the the Pith. day of A ulfuot. 1920.
i Par v. grandmother, Mrs. :Mary E. Wcrtz. i Mr. and Mrs J. E. demon and C. alienation* of paid bill will\ be taken ai con I R. B. NEWSOM

According to beet vote advice in the the November women District No. 11, Graham, C. B. Rob- Mrs. J. F. Davis and son, Julian, returned R. Clemons anil Mr*. G. C. Mill were ; fixed la by further said defendant.It ordered. that this order be Admlnlatrator deeeaaed. of Eotate of Hardy 6.2 i Nvtnw.9t.i J.JJ\
able
will be to erts. to their ho::-.e in Valdosta, Ga., : guests of Mr. and Mr*. L. M. Gay,
I $ election. Florida women have not District No. 12, Thcressa, R. M.King .. Thursday evening, after a stay with'' of Providence, Sunday. -
clamored much for the privilege and
Mrs I D. W. Borum. \' '
Mr*. Clifford Andreu and children
will exercise it to ,
it li not likely they C. A. KNIGHT, ;\Irs. C. A. Savage entertained a
of Bradford, were guest at Mr*. Lou
any great extent. i Supervisor of Registration for Brad number of children Saturday afternoon Cone Sunday

ford County. 9-3-21. I at her home on Dekle street in Miss !Mamie Oliver, of Jacksonville, ___
Plant City boast of an increane of _. j honor of her daughter, Charlotte's spent the week-end with her mother,
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population of 53.3 per cent since 1910. '! FIVE MILE 'llth birthday The guests arrived at )1 re. Alice Oliver.

Thin IB not such a phenomenal growth I' 3 o'clock and games were played and Miss Lucile III.rrell81 In Brooker -
an a few other Florida cities can chow Five Mile, Sept 3.-:Mr. and Mrs. many presents received. Delicious Saturday afternoon. X
but it in a healthy one. Plant City, George Haroldson, of Miller, were the || punch and crackers were served by Alvin demons entered school at 3,
t' like Starke, gets its growth from the guests of, }Ir. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle i, the hostess, assisted by :Miss: Marshall rocker Monday. ,
only sure foundation-the noil. Transient Thursday. I Proctor. ID. | :' :/
promises yet to Messrs. J. E. and C. R. Clemons, A.
I advantages or mushroom Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gainey, Mrs P. Y. P. U. held an Interesting Jer- I D.! and A. E. Surrcncy attended to o
be fulfilled may cause a P. Dekle and son, Julian, were shopping vice Sunday evening at ?:30 o'clock, business in Brooker Monday 'r
) but other
time being
growth for the -
offer better bids; or thepromises in Lake Hutler Saturday. Julia Register, leader. Chester Andreu, of New River, was r
i places may not materialize and Marcus Dekle visited homcfolks on Mr. Smith has returned, after apll'allant in the fine Hill section Sunday after- I'
may Saturday and Sunday.Mr. vacation.

I 1 balloons.then they Agriculture will collapse is like the punctured only safe and Mrs Renfroe Mr. and Mrs Mrs C. L. Varnes and children of'' noon.Mrs.. J. E. demons, Mrs. Ruby Mille

build town Lewis, Miss .Green were week-end Johnstown spent Monday with her and. C, R. Clemonl were shopping il': '[
on.
foundation to a
1 I guests of relatives in this vicinity. mother, Mr*. S. S. Proctor. I' Brooker Saturdayl. i 1 ii

Mrs. H. L. Duke, who has been sick C. A. Savage spent Sunday in Jack- .i Mr. and Mr*. S. V. Andreu and lit- I
The crops of Bradford county haves for several days, is much improvedat sonville. tle children, of Brooker, were guests
turnedxiut much better than expectedand this time. D. W. Borum spent Sunday with his vf> her mother, Mrs. Lou Cone Sunday.
those aa yet unharvested, sweet Misses Mae Duke, Clarice Long family. 1 .--- -- -'
potatoes and cane, promise a heavy Malcolm Long and Dana Duke attended Oulter Boyd of Worthington, wasa MILLER I

yield. Many circumstances point toward a sing at Unity church Saturdayand business visitor to Lake Butler Sat. i .
season for Starkein I
a prosperous Sunday. urday. I ) number of
3.
Miller Sept. -Quite! a
the way of trade, also to an influxof Mrs C. L. Varnes, of Johnstown, Russell Varnes, of Johnstown, was our young folks attended the pound Michelin small-size casings and tubes cost little if any

settlers. Let every man put his visited her daughter, Lucile, Saturday transacting business in Lake Butler :' party given at the home of Mr. and' more than ordinary makes. Ask us for prices.SMITH'S .
shoulder the wheels of the of
to car '
and Sunday.L. Monday morning. I i'I
Mrs. Stephen Williamson of Midway,
: progress Every person can do something GARAGE STARKE, FLORIDA
H. Futch wag a business visitor Lake Butler high school opened last Friday night.Russell I i
to help matters along. Those to Raiford Saturday. Monday with a large number of of Tavares spent
living in Starke depend for their well-)) Dred Douglass: and M. M. Hale were pils and the faculty in full. Many pU-1 the week-end Peeples with, his parents, Mr. I I I,,i .
being on the general prosperity of the business visitors here Friday and Sat- trons and friends interested in the I and Mrs. II. C. Peoples.
town and cannot afford to be Indiffer.
urday. welfare of education were present. Mr. and Mr. J. W. Parrish and t I j I II
ent to the common welfare It is not Mrs. P. P. Dckle made a business! The school was addressed by D. D. family visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ham I II
t .
the fault of the town that it has been
Davis former Bradford ''
trip to Dukes Monday a countyteacher mend of Lulu Sunday
lagging on the road to progress, but Mrs. Amanda Gainey, who has been now teaching in Miami, and Messrs. Carl Brown and Earle Pee- I
of the people. making an extended visit to relativesat his talk was enjoyed. '
pies left Friday for Atlanta, Ga., to
Orlando, Kissimmee" and other Mr. and Mrs. Ben Feinberg, of enter school. Ask Us
Soon after the Civil war a veteranof returned home Gainesville motored to Lake Butler! 'j I
battles after resuming points, Saturday. I Miss Janie Biellinr:, who has' been I
many peace Moss Hewitt visited hie mother in Saturday.
teaching school at Lee, Madison county -
ful occupation at home, died from Lake Butler Miss Maude Stokes of Wauchula
Saturday. ,
returned her home
t | to Friday to
blood poinoning. While he was milking Messrs. ScafT and Dubose were attending spent the week-end with S. M. Car.ver :.I I
several with homefolk
I spend day When ask
I the cow struck him on the thumb you contemplate making an investment
I business here I .
to Monday.
with her horn with fatal results. Af- I I Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Waters and banker about it. Not that the banker is infallible
Archie Waters was a business! visi- Steve Denmark, of Raiford, was a family pent Friday with Mr. and I your -
ter the soldier Spanish-American war a former tor here last week. visitor here Tuesday. !I Mrs. Bob Parribh. of Duke I or smarter than you are-but because that is a
wounded several times at Mr. and Mrs Ancll Parrish were Preston Williams, of New River,:
George Barnes of Alabama a nephew i; of his business.
San Juan died from part
asphyxiation, called to the bedside of her grand, I motored to Lake Butler Tuesday 'f t .
caused i of Prof J, T. Barnes, has enter-
woods one by a night squirrel and coming getting from into the the mother, Mrs. Andrews, who I is criti- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Davis, of Miami, !1 I ed Miller school for the term. j jI I If he i is a successful banker, that i is an indication that
cally ill at the home of her son, Wm. returned home !Monday after a visit ,I Mrs. Cornelia Stephens of Midway,
1 stove flue while the ox-soldier was I he knows good investments when he lees them. This
Andrews. with Mr. and Mrs. I
She Adkins
was stricken with Henry !
paralysis several days of last week with
., deadly sleeping! in his to city spread home,in causing the the August 23rd and is not expect I' Rev. S. S. Proctor spent the weekend !i'i spent friends and relatives in this community bank keeps in touch with good investments and presumes -
gases
room '
ed to recover. at LaCrosse. to know by experience what to leave alone.
and suffocate
him l Sunday a former Mrs. Marcus Glover has sold her I !Mrs Scott, of Valdosta, returned' :II

machine gun man, who had beenwoumied property'here and moved to Ellenton.We home last week after a short visit I II I Ask your banker who E. A. Strout While we, like all human kind are prone to mistakeswe

1 was killed, twenty-two by times of in France, wish her success. with Mr. and !Mrs. B. D. Harrell. I Farm Agency! is, then I know you will have been reasonably successful an'3 we will take
a stroke lightning'
after he had returned home. Verily, Some of our farmers have cut their I Misses Jessie Mae Colson* of New : consult Inman, at Starke, Fla. '| great pleasure in advising with any who care to callon
rice and others are busily engaged in River, and Zola Bielling, of Providence -, >
it looks
as though fatalistic belief is cutting theirs. An exceptionally good Carrie Bell Brown, of Miller, us.OUR.
not so after all.IIY : A. D. Gaskins of Live Oak, has received I i
aJ wrong yield is claimed. The later plantings entered school hue'Ionday.. full returns from his tobacco i

are also very prom sing. 1 Miss Eva Epperson-of Starke, has crop, amounting to $1315.02, net, from { DEPOSITS ARE INSURED AGAINST LOSS
\\ BUSINESS SLACKS - ----- -.--- accepted the seventh grade: work here i
8 acres The yield would have been FROM ANY CAUSE
HAMPTONHampton and is staying at the home of !Mrs.G. i heavier but for the fact that his plant ,

If you want to know why business A. Epperson. |, bed suffered from the cold, backward
dooms to he slacking up a little, just Sept. 3.-Mrs. Starke, of :Mrs' Phillips, of Virginia, will teach | spring I
study the habits of the people for the Gainesville, and son, Frank, were the In the school and has rooms at Mr. LAKE BUTLER BANK
3 pant two years guests of friends here Sunday. and Mrs. Miller SYRUP BARRELS .
I For instance, certain cotton dress Rev. Smith, of Waldo, preached at Sidney Padgett is on a visit to Ce- "
i was recently priced as selling In a the First Baptist church Sunday. dar Keys. Two cars just received. Buy earlyor State.County, District and City Depository

metropolitan stoic for $110.00.!> It cost !Misses Ethel Hunt and Byrel Mul- Carl Alderman, of Stetson University do without. If you do not believe LAKE BUTLER FLA.
just $10.00 to make it. The same dress lady attended services at Starke Sun- spent the week-end with his parents this just ask some one who knows. ,
was being MoM in another store in the day. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. They are going fast. Come fit once.

same city for $10.00.( The first store Robert Lee, of Theressa wag a visItor Misses Ingram and-Wilson Garrang II. L. Fowler, Lake Butler. 8-20-tf. .

would l not have priced it for $90.00 to Hampton this week. have accepted positions in the schodl
unless people were willing to pay it. Mr. and !Mrs. T. G. Futch, of Lees- here, and are stopping at the home of '

In the centers of luxurious spending .. burg! were guests of his brother, A. I Mrs Miller. I
for many months the stores hndtr A. Futch Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hewitt are visiting 'r ''I
> mark up their goods to sell them. Mrs. Sullivan, of Hampton, attended in South Carolina this week.
The people have been spending their the union meeting at Starke Saturday Mrs. Hewitt and son, and Allie An-
money instead of salting it down and Sunday. drews recently moved into the Townsend S

where it could help to carry on bust- !Mrs. W. P. Birt and daughter, Fi.ir. cottage, vacated by Sam Singer
ness. As a result capital Is scarce, rte 1111. of Alachua county, were the and family.
credit l is strained and many factoriesare guests!: of relatives and friends here Last Friday afternoon the fire signal FORIJSON
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shutting down because they can't Sunday. was given when the house owned
borrow money at reasonable rates. Sunday Messrs. E. J. King and L. by John Nichols and occupied by Mrs.
The people must save their money A. Wynn attended the union meetingat Ilewht, was discovered burning. Assistance
and invest it wisely in order to keep Ockwilla. was immediately on hand but
business going.-Gainesville News. Mrs M. L. 'Mavnard has had asher it was impossible to save the house,
guest, Miss Tison, of Earleton but most of the household goods! were Farm Tractor
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'. REGISTRATION NOTICE Beach saved. '

Miss Williams, of Waldo, attended,! Miss Hennie Newsom left for her
'Nofiec' hereby given that the registration services at the Baptist church Sunday home in St. Petersburg last week after -

books will be open in the a visit with friends and relatives ...
several election .precincts of Bradford B. Y. Saxon has recently had his Srhell Mamas, of Sanford. spent the When Henry Ford set about building the Fordson tractor he hada

county from September 6th to October residence on Main street repaired. week-end with Dr. and :\In. J. E. thorough understanding of just what it should be and whet it

9th, I'.l'JO, for the registration of Hampton had one of the most severe Maines. should do. His early life on the farm him deep
electors. District re istra urn officers electrical storms of the season Hugh Register has accepted a position gave a insightf
who will have charge of the books Monday afternoon Some of the light with a bank in Sanford and left to the daily life of the farmer; his mechanical genius saw the type

have been appointed as follows: and phone wires were disconnected, last week His i many friends wish of tractor needed. He began work on a farm tractor thirty-five

District No.1, Lawtey, Louis II. but the damage was not great. him success years ago, and for more than twelve he experimented
years
Mr. Walker, of Hastings, was -attending Mrs. G. W. Alderman returned home over
Hill.District) No.2. Lake Butler, Wm. to business here Saturday afternoon after a visit with her daughter: Mrs more than 7,000 acres of land in different kinds of soil with dif.

Johnson E. R. Marshbum at Chattahoochee. ferent crops.
District No. fl, I'ulestine, J. II Miss Eva Williams was shopping in T. II. Rimes of Miller, was greeting -
Starke Saturday friends in Lake Butler last week.R. .
ANNOUNCEMENTSFor W. B. Alexander and family returned M. Price of Carrabelle spent the So he built the Fordson. It i ia so simple that a schoolboy can operate

to their home this' week after a week-end with Mrs. D. F. Floyd and it. It is low in first cost. It is lowest in operating cost and

!Marshal and Collector two weeks' visit with friends and relative family. Fordson service are always to be had promptly from the dealer.
I hereby announce myself a candidate in Reynolds, Ga. D. S. Scott, of Valdosta, spent Wednesday
for re-election to the office of Miss' Margaret Long, of Starke, night with Mr. and Mrs. B. D.
marshal and collector of the town of spent Saturday with Miss Ethel Hunt. Harrell. The Fordson is a profitable investment. It can be used every

Starke. My record l is well known to The Hampton people have the! Gar- Fritz Townsend Is visiting relative working day in the year. It is an inexpensive plant that
all the voters, and if it has met with raid Stock Company show for entertainment In Tennessee this we 'k. power
their approval and they elect me for this week Jessie Bell and Addie Mae! Hauler- will lighten your farm work. It has proven its worth on more than

another term, I promise to do my full Hugh Norton was shopping in our son are on a visit with their grandparents one hundred thousand farms not only in operating implements in

duty, as in the past, and work for the town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of Lulu.; the fields but in belt and pulley work. And it doesn't eat when idle.Don't
good of Starke. I earnestly solicit the! Rev. Mullady attended the union Leroy Mizell, of W Worthington- .
support of the voters at the ensuing meeting in Starke Saturday and Sun tered school here :Monday
town election. SILAS KITE. day.Jake Raleigh Bielling of Providence', and delay ordering your) Fordson tractor. The demand is great.

Roberts, of Graham, was hereon James Maxwell, of Hampton, entered er than the supply.The .
I am a candidate for city marshal business Saturday.The school Monday.A. .
and earnestly solicit the support of Misses! Smith of Waldo, were E. Proctor spent Thursday In
all the voters at the election Sept visiting in Hampton Sund@y. Sapp.

14th. I have nothing against the Mitts Florence ]Hall, of Thercasa, Marvin Varnes, of Johnstown, was Ford
present marshal and am not fighting was the guest of her sister l\Jre. P.M. visitor here Tuesday afternoon. GarageA.
him, neither am I a candidate! of any ; Geiger this week. ,
man or faction of men. I am making Rev. Mullady will preach at the PINE HILL i'
the rare solely on my own initiative. Christian church next Sunday momI .' W. & G. A. Anderson. Proprietors. '

I am n taxpayer and if elected will Ing.Mrs.!: Pine Hill, Sept. 3.-Mr. and Mrs J.
devote my entire time! to the office and I : J. Delia Priest Is spending this E. demons and Mrs. G. C. Mills, Messrs .
will be found on the job at all times :I week in Starke with her son, Herbert -.-.A. B. and A. E. Surrency and O. STARKE, FLORIDA

It will be my ambition if elected to Priest.M. W. Hazen were among those attending
serve all alike. In other words a I I : J. Green, of Green Cove Springs. the cemetery working at New

square deal to all will be my constant was visiting in Hampton this week. I Hope Tuesday. .

aim. J. B. .SAPP. I I Dr. Hunter of Hampton, was at- Among those! enjoying the fish fry
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tion given at Gainesville on the lath at the Methodist church, Sunday even" i>al future. You have another treasure FOR SALE-.One good sewing ma. t\\.

I of August ing ,Aug. 29th." laid up in store. IH not sorrow chine, in perfect condition Can b* J: ..
ns other who have no hope. So live won at the Futch t buildliifr.iBtarke. H,i

Bits of LocalInformation :Mrs.:\ A. Z Adkins had al guests Prof. R. A. Green has returned that you may be united "Beyond that W. Ellery Davis. ft-3-2t ti,

j last week at her Kingsley lake cot home from Mew Haven, Conn after I land of parting, in the summer land :'fl ;

1 tape her sisters Mrs. J. C. Adkins, taking a course in literature and law of bliss" J. S. 1,08-one black ('oOlle black
Tale lIe is I -.
of Gainesville; :Mrs W. 11. Barrett, at University highly sat yearling: and one white yearling, all } '
isfied with his sojourn at that institute \ IMPOIITAN'T, BUSINESS; CMANfilC: (
of of
Palatkn, and :Mrs Jack Briggs, unmarked. Suitable reward for information ;
Jacksonville of loarriing and says that the i, Marcus A. Brown a well known G. C. Mott, Route, l1}(

c..... ./ Omr ,._.... >>.,,.,..., method! in vogue' there for imparting j young business mati of I.awtey, anda Starke P- ]
trywaa .. aN c._.. T_ JJ knowledge.! art so effective that he only
All Ladies Hats on !sale! at 9Sc had to spend half of the time he graduate from the law school of theVniversity

at Stump's.t had supposed it would take to finish j I I of Florida, has purchasedfrom CROSS TIE CUTTERS- .13.4t'I\

"--- the'l'ourHpI. Prof. Green will prob. Attorney A. Z. Adkins, n *neI prices and ship your tie 'I I
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A. Z. Adkins was a business visitor I cottage. :Mrs C. L. Morrow and children, ably teach school until time comes to I half Interest in the Rradford County grades to Gress \

to Jacksonville Friday. Mrs F. A. Scott at Kingsley become a citizen of Starke, taking J
for which office ha has been nominated.
Mr. and Mrs. Tomlinson
H. of Lake lake George D. Berry, of Tampa, motored ('hnrloC the business of the company. FOR SALE-$550 will buy a 1920 ;
Shoe Sale at Stump's.Mr Butler, and Mr. and Mrs. Touchstone
Quin
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up last week and is also a guestof ------.-- Chevrolet touring car In first class I\
of Sanford visited Mr. and Mrs
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condition extra tire with Sam
and Mrs. H. C. Richard spent E. ]{. I'oppelllast Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Scott and family JC. \Vain\vright, Jr., arrived Mon. M IZELLi' :.Itil0ROUGH; Rosenberg; Starke. car.820tf.

Wednesday in Jacksonville day from Camp Grant, Rockford, III., A very pretty home wedding was t

Lang Goodyear, of Ocala, spent ,I :Miss Edna Epperson returned and to and will spend part of his thirty day I' solemnized) at the home of Mrs. G. VV. FOR SALE-4 acres of cane; want
her home in Lake Butler Monday
with his !Mr. andMrs.
Auto tops and auto painting. M.Le.iton Sunday here with his wife who is her cousin Miss furlough parents Yarborough when when her daughter, to Fell in patch; also 100( acres of J"
was accompanied by
N. D. Wainwrl ht. Sewn he-
Starke. 9-3-tf visiting at the home of her father, ladies Georgia Lee, was united in the holy good pasture, almost all In velvet
Eva Both
Epperson. young longs to the 11th cavalry, I' "
troop
/ bonds of !Mr. Leans
matrimony Warren
Paul E. Canova. to sonic corn on ground water
will teach during the coming'term in I and l is stationed San
Work' Shoes, $2.50 at Stun.berg's. the Lake Butler school. I where he is employed at as Fran'lltro'l friends Itrodie Mirollo.i Only a few intimate insured! in pasture. Will Ml cheapto Jf".
were present. right buyer. Call on or write to
Col. D. E. Knight and sons, Hollis When the'war closed) this
The bride is one of 11'orthinglon'slovable the tracks the first day of the count,
and Paul, spent several days the first Miss Ruth Diggs left Tuesday for young man was so In love with the and ,
Cecil Adams, of Jacksonville, Isvisiting of the week at Lake Geneva on a fish. I I Palmetto where she will teach during army that he re-enlisted and was sent Eugene Bryan accomplished Route 2 young Box la- butler 9-3-St. tl'tl'I.ake
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his brother. Hill Adams. ing trip. I the coming term. Previous to the to San Francisco During the summer highly1 respected young men. They,

i i opening of school on the 6th of this months he has been at Camp will make their future. home in Wild-
:Mrs J. L. Peek and'children are Mrs. J. A. Langford returned Tues | month :Miss Diggs Is attending the Grant taking a special librarian course wood. They will be missed by the

spending the week at Kingsley lake.J. day from Alachua and High Springs I county institute at Bradentown. and as he is very fond of I'I'Rdinlothis younger set, among whom they were P SYRUPFor
where she had been visiting relativesfor | i line of work Is congenial. Newn's very popular.

M. Brownlee and Mrs. II. L. the past week.E. | Arthur Sy/>kes, who lives southeast relatives, friends and former school-

Brownlee went down to Ocala Thurs II| of town, had a hearing before Judge males are happy to see him again CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGFOR Sale

day. E. Canova and family returnedto I I Gardiner Saturday on a charge of
KENT Three
town Tuesday from their Kingsley I keeping a disorderly house lie wa' r.: L. ODOM cottages.( Applyto
J. W. Morgan It. -- ----
S. H. Johns and family returned lake cottage where they have spent bound over to the fill term of the cir-

home Tuesday from a tay at Kings the past six ''weeks. i cuit court in the sum' of $500. Not Pied at his residence in St. Petersburg FOR SALE
being able to furnish bond he is still Klondyke strawberryplants. Genuine Cane Syrup
lake.If ,
ley at D a. m. Aug. 13th from a A. IJronke, Staike t 982t.
Miss Ella Woodrough returned to I in jail. stroke of paralysis The first stroke $1.50 gal. Any

you wish to either buy or Fill, a her home in Palatka Saturday after a occurred on Aug. 10th, from which he FOR SAI.U One fine per.

farm, see, Inman, E. A. Strout Farm visit with Miss Elizabeth Brownleeand We are offering a new lot of Silks, failed<< to rally, the second came on the13th COW, with -heifer! calf. large Ii. M.young!Sny.' quantity from one gal.to .

Agency, at Starke, Fla. Miss Margaret Long. I Crepes, Foulards, Messaiinen, plain and gently and peacefully he der. 0-3-2t.
and fancy, and a wide range of colors, passed into the great beyond on the 65 barrels.

B. J. Rosier, a prominent citizen of Mrs. W. W. Baisden and daughter, I all to go at $2 a yard. Pine Tree Taffeta sixty-sixth anniversary of his birth. FOR SALE-Strawberry' plants, $2.M

the Raiford section, was in Starke Miss Jessie May, have returned home and Pen de Sole at $2.25 yard. Dom Au!:. 13, 18R4, died Aug. 13, per 1,000. C. C. Cowart, Route 1,
:Monday.R. from Mulberry, where they had been You should look at this collection. J. 1020, and the world is better for his. Starke. 8-20-31

visiting relatives: I W. Morgan having lived in it. He came from I' DE WITT C. JONES ;s
A. Weeks child Providence LOST-A boy's blue serge coat on'
!naval stores operator Georgia when quite a to
of Brooker, was in Starke Satur. Wait for our opening of Fall :Misses Evelyn and Josie Bennett, Fin., find then made his homein Hampton and Stnrke road tiring

day on'business. Millinery Sternberjj's. of Lake Butler, were week-end guestsof Lake butler, Bradford county. He to this office and receive reward. STARKE, FLA.
I Miss Anna Ball. Miss Evelyn Iten- was married to Miss Nannie Kpperson Mrs. II. McGruder. It*

J. Q. Dicks, a prominent citizen of Mrs. L. E. Jordan and litttle son, nett has been attending the Bible College on April 22, 1R9: Beside his wife

the Providence section in Starke who have been here sometime with at Auburn, Ga., and while in he leaves behind ]him, one daughter,
was "++++4N+t+t*+++++++++> M MttMMMMMIIIIIMIIMI
Wednesday. her sister Mrs. T. J. Griffin, left Sun. : Starke tile Misses Bennett attended ins, wife of J, F. Purvis, three grandchildren : .

day for their home in Oviedo. I the district Baptist meeting Cecil Hitch Thelum and Robert

!Mrs W. L. Wall and Mrs. Jog. E. Lee Purvis. and two brother F.
Wilson returned the first of the week Mrs. C. W. Liddon returned Satur Look for prize winning contest in P. Odom, of Lake Butler, and A. C.

from Kingsley lake. day after spending several weeks in next issue by Inman of E. A. Strout O
Jacksonville with her daughters/ Mrs. Farm Agency, with a host of friends are left to I L. A. SHEROUSE D. ROUNTREE

Warner Corsets and Hrassieres G. W. Mozo and Mrs. Jack Rollins. I mourn their loss-not his. He has but

at Sternberg's.Miss Mrs. J, C. Diggs, Misses Emma stepped from one ro.mi in the Dear
Checked Homespun 25c yardat I'owell, Doris Scott and Ruth Diggs, Fathers' House to a better and permanent I I
the four Starke who took
ladies frvm
Stump's. abode.
Maggie Dekle, of Lake Butler,
is spending awhile at the home of her the teachers' examination in Gaines His life was an open book:, n faith- .
uncle, N. T. Ritch. E. A. Strout Farm Agency/ sold ville last month, have all satisfactorily ful devout member of the Christian

4,427 farms lust year, 401 last month. passed the rigid test given by the church for 31 'car.. He lived his religion ,

Mrs. Adornix McIntosh, of Live Oak We can sell yours. Consult Inman, state examination board. without ostentation. He carried Waldo Auto Co.

has been the guest this week of Miss Starke, Fla. 94tf. it with him wherever<< Yf went.
Leona Hough. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Miss Lee wn warm-hearted tender<
Mr. and Mrs W. H. Philips and Annie Darby will leave this afternoonfor to hospitality,

Morgan Richard of Jacksonville, children, of Tallahassee, and Mrs. Em- Balsam, N. C., where they will He was carried to his last renting i

spent the week-end ,at the home of his ilv Philips are IIpl'ndinlthe/ week at join Miss Maikley Johns and spend place by his brother Masons large
Kingsley several weeks. Balsam is the highestincorporated concourse of his neighbors, bnrines
uncle, E: S. Matthews. town east of the Rockies and personal friends' Ills Sunday: We repair all makes of( cars ancTcarry; a complete line of(

Every.,day is bargain day atStump's. Mr. and, motored Mrs F.to L.Kingsley Jones, of lake Jacksonville and and mountaing.is a delightful spot among the school Eastern class Star. and sisters a quarteMy furnished' e.C. the the accessories and repair parts, gasoline;: and oils. .

spent the week-end with her aunt, music. Rev, Sprague conducted the "
L. A. Davis went to hobs Soundon Mrs W. J .Epperson. t :Misses Carrie Belle, Bessie and Hat- leligiou services and we'erhtod, it We solicit your patronage. Guaranteed workmanship.

business retuning tie Rae Weeks, of Alachua, spent several a trip Thursday,
home* I Messrs. J. T. Quigley and L. A. days this week as guests at the love, respect and esteem all thut remained r

Saturday. Davis attended the Willis-Overland home of Dr. and !Mrs. J. C. Wills. The on earth of Brother Lee Oilom Shop in the Alexander big galvanized building.

Miss Margaret Mao of Jacksonville dealers convention in Jacksonville, :Misses Weeks were enroute home wes' committed by his brother Miison
'of Miss Florence and while there were guests' at the from a visit in Atlanta, and were accompanied to that "rest! thnt remaineth to thepeople
is a guest
luncheon given at the Mason.L. by Miss Charlotte Walker, of Gcid.
:: lake.
Matthews at Kingsley .
of Jacksonville
Yes, wife, daughters/ brother anilgrandchildren

too L. King has returned from.a visIt ) your loss ta great and! ,
It never rains, it never gets Rev. B. ]n. Law ban had work
in Buffalo and other New York uphill wOI'd"I 1'1' powerless to render the
the
hot, it never gets too cold to be on
points, and has resumed his work as trying to establish a lawn around the consolation, find! condolence your clear<<
job. E. A. Strout's agent or r'pl'e.tlentath'e
salesman for the Quigley' Broom Com Baptist jmstorium, because the roots hearts need, but remember, "Earth Waldo Co.
hand. Auto
is always on pony. of the oak trees in front ran back hath 'no sorrow that Heaven<< cnnnothinl.

and robbed the grass of nourishment ."

Little Miss Louise Langford, of I Fred Flume, whose farm is near Mr. Law has hud deep trenches dug You have now two worlds! to live
with
Lawtey, is spending the week Powell's still, has a i patch of ripe tomatoes along the front fence, cutting off the for the fleeting present und the terfWIIWDI'ItIlCUD(1)tlIDIDIUJKJJ(1ItJUffillllfllltJWaC11t- Waldo Florida
her aunt !Mrs. D. E. Knight
as well) as many other interesting '- roots, and the grass. will henceforth ,

products. :Mr. Flume is an intelligent lo better. { ; !
Prof. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling arrived -

!Monday from Tallahassee where and industrious farmer. Mrs. L. W. Kickliter and I/rand-I: J COFFINS & CASKETS

they have spent the past' summer Charles Ilnasley left Thursday for daughter, Maria A. Thomas, arrived J And a Full Line ofUnJerfo&ara' S I

Tampa to spend a few days with hisfather home Saturday morning, after nine
Paul E.: Canova and son, Paul, Jr., Supplie
weeks visiting many parts in Nova
]left Tuesday by automobile for a business O. L. Beasley, before going to tflllllllMIIIIII++++++HMPilUMUMOMMIMMMIE.
Chapel Hill, N. C., to enter the univer- Scotia and Massachusetts, spendingthe AinOVIOIIILE, HEARSE
South Florida.len's -
trip through
sity there' last day with friends in Washing
hand. The best -
Always on service -
ton sightseeing They bud! a delightful -
Panama Hats $2.00 atSternberg't.i. at the lowest priced. Special
Charles Victor :McKinstry passed time but were glad to get back to t'
attention to telegraph or-
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away Wednesday morning at S o'clockas Staike again ICmbilmer.STARKE. ': I {
era. Registered<<
have the result of his accidentally shooting I i
P. S. McMillan! and family
himself while trying to unload a The latest to purchase Fordson tractors Success
visit relatives. Family
gone to Scotland, Ga., to
Wt'lk rifle at his home yesterday.Miss are II. A. Hewitt, an extensiveand DeWI1T C. JONES
They will be absent.two progressive/' farmer of the Lake FLA.

Florence Matthews and her Butler suction, and II. N. Abraham, .
Dr. Lee and Col. Joe Hill Williams, If'QIDOICJ/lmaJlDfDWlDClllIlmlDlDIDtDIIIUJQC: ) ,
>
il'
colored farmer living
Mozo of a progressive
Miss
of fishIng house guest, Margaret '
of Lake Butler, are members a
northeast of Lawtey The tractors
this week. Jacksonville, motored in from Kings;
party at Lake Geneva ley lake Tuesday and spent the day will be delivered as soon as the plows

Ahearn. and other, implements. going with
C. E.
Mrs. L. V. Moore and children, Jerry with Mrs.
I them arrive at the Ford Garage

and a visit Ethel at,New returned St. Augustine Saturday and after Summer. Hats that sold up to Starke. THOMASCROWN There are many families in and around Starke .

Stuart. $15.00, going/ at $2.98 and up at who have more than one bank account at the Hank of
Last Sunday the Epworth League
Stern berg's.Palmetto/ had an interesting service and a good Starke. In each Instance, each hunk account owner in

W. J. Epperson and family return. street has been-discovered attendance at the evening meeting. well known ht"re.'e want to become better acquaint'wfwith

ed home Monday from Kingsley several where for the second time, and to keep it Subject, "The Christian Use of Recre. the different/ members of the families who mayor
they have been spending "
ation. The following clever invitations
from being again forgotten, it has
;
weeks. been ditched. Half an acre of.good/ were sent out: "Batter Up! If Two-Speed may not have an account with us.

you want to make a hit with ui and
Yellow Homespun 25c at F. F. cow tlon.pasture was spoiled by the opera increase your batting average in the When the Individual members., old and young, ,

Stump's.Mrs. Good Character league: attend" the bank here, each receives bank service that Is" helpful H.

W. E. Middleton and her sister Rev. J. C. Diggs/ O. W. White and Epworth League devotional meeting MOWING his" or her interests are advanced, and than the family r
---
Mrs.\ W. H. Jones, have gone to II. D. Hemingway motored to the Lawtey an a unit keep step with the advance of each member

spend a week with relatives at Eau Punday afternoon to attend Methodist quar- ALBERT II. FREEMAN M. n.l'fI'SIC1AN MACHINESThe
of the
Gallic. terly conference We want more of the families of Starke and Bradford :
church. AND SURGEON ,
CALL County to join our "Family .".......1.."' ." eI
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Week and chil- WALNUT STREET, NEAR
:Mrs. Will Godwin
Mrs. Joe Harrell and
dnni,, of Brooker were in town this
week visiting at the, home of Col. W. of Lawtry, entertained at a delightful STAKKE FLORIDA latest impovement in 2 ,
swimming/.' party at Kingsleylake i
the
T Weeks horse Mower Change
.peec
in honor of :Mrs Daugherty.> of But* of Ohio City of Toledo Luca
Harrell Coun'Y-1e of cutting knives to sui t .
of Mrs.
Moultrie the guest .. your
:Mrs. Wilson went down toGalnlIville Frank 1. Ch nry msk.a oath that h I I. '.
J. E.
There were sixteen in the party. senior partner of th. arm of F. :i, Chsn.Ya condition wi' bout speeding you r J
Wednesday to spend several Co.. doing fcunlnit. in lh. City of To
sister Mrs. S. T ledo. County and liI.a. .for..n.lil and ttmt Pert will be carried 01
weeks with her team.
'\'. N. Sh -atBwired'Miss will th. of ONE HUNDRED
State Superintendent mid firm |paY aum :
Dell : Doris Scott last Wednesday that cannot DO1.L.A be 1(8 rued for any by CUM tha. of Cttarrh UM of hand. Call and inspect befor : Bank f Starke J I I'I'

Hamrick will return morning that she had won a second HA LL'a CATAR FRANK J : buying a mower.WALL .
Mrs. Sarah L. in the examlnaSHtlI' : CHENT.8"om
certificate
home next week. She has spent the grade to before m. and Bubcrrltwd In. 'I'' THE GROWING HANK""t' :f
r.nc.. this lib day of lJacambar.tl"B e ,
past six week with her daughters in BARRELS my 1 ; ,. ,
Wash ngton and Savannah. (P: A.CATARRH TV. Ol. "on MEDICIKF, Noturr Public.I*I taken & COLLE I S. MATTHEWS, Pres. GEO. C. WHITE. Cashier"l'tIIWII I I II II

of barrels.. Price Internally and aria throurh <><* Blood
new
Re" and B. D. Law. :Mrs. Alice! Only one cur Byatam. Starke Fla. I
Mrs. tlmoniiis
at S4.fiO.> Give us your order at once. UruskIu i T uT. free.F. ,
Law and Mill Dori* Law are Darby tie Witt C. Jones, Starke. J. Cbn y Co...Tol. Kingsley lake occupying: the ,

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EXPECT TO HAVE TEX CENT And fevered life that wrecksTo
SUGAR BY FIRST OF THE YEAR{ hills where fear the chamois shams
'
And where the ibex becks.

Largest Beet Crop In History Cuban .
i Crop 3.000,000 Tons Larger Or else to prairies far away s
r In climes where I am hoping:

I Last week when there was a harp I'll see the raucous zebra: bray ,

decline in the price of sugar,in Tampa Or antelopes come loping. The Economy of Using

i some cf the profiteers endeavored to -Seattle Post-Intelligencer.

nave themselves by stating that there 55S
I had been no decline in the market except Craft
finalf'IIuJI:
A
in Tampa. The following from
the Chicago Tribune of Aug. 52>*t will] English Paper-"He lived by himself Small Car TiresSocalled

give lame idea why there was a break in a lonely old::1 household from Goodyear

, in thirty-cent sugar in Tampa: which he paddled himself ashore every
'"Sugar will be 10 or 11 cents a morning in a top-hat."-Boston Transcript -

pound by Jan. I, 1921, Russell J. .

Poole, secretary of the city council's 5 5 .

I II, C. of L. committee, declared yesterday IVjraMiM Mips His Bridle tires made for'
after a week's investigation."The bargain up
hogs will have to eat I like the ice cream cone
sugar ridicu
offered .
and
sales at .
sensational
their own fat from now on," was the Which gratifies my wishes; 4 5
i he summed up the situation in a For when the feast is done
way do attract
low not
report to Aid Max Adamowskl, the You've to wa'ih no dishes lously prices,
' committee chairman Selden Observer.
"
i, "The report declares that sugar is 5S e 5 careful buyers.

' very plentiful; that the United States JxcuHin.lrdam
beet crop will be from 30 to 40 per They are far more concerned with
was
' I contend that Adam without
cent larger than any ever before pro
. duced in this country, and that beet gentlemanly instincts or he never < what they get than with what they
producers will .have a hard time to would have put the blame on a woman
market their products before Cuban Well, what could] you expect of the because they know that in the
i begins to inundate the country first man ? You know it takes three pay
sugar:
i this winter generations to make a gentleman. end it is performance and not price
Boston '
Transcript.
i "The government's refusal to put an
embargo on sugar permitted 'fly-by-/ 55 that delivers actual tire economy.

night' speculators to aviate the priceto Willing to Oblige
31 cents a pound," Mr. Poole's report : The of Goodyear Tires of
says, but it adds that renewed Mi"tresll-Now, Ada, I want you to Uq 1 popularity ,

European production has with had the the have show a us few what very you special can do friends tonight.coming We the 30 x 3.., 30x3 2- and 31x4inch
effect as an embargo,
ame
l resultant good news for the housewife ClOk-Wl'II for a musical, muml'avpn't evening: done any sizes, is based on the fact that they

singing to speak ( f for years, but as exceedingly
"A group of brokers with offices in deliver exception al mileage at
insists
boosted you upon it you can put me
the downtown building
same down for "The 0 y City."-Passing a
sugar 13 cents by juggling the city'ssupply Show low cost.
for two weeks! during this 'av I 1
iation )lr, Poole charge 5Discouraged. ..' II,'
period, I If Ford Chevrolet Dort
t "In an attempt to keep prices up you own, a ,

until they can unload, bid sugar Interests time he Maxwell other these cr
fathering propaganda that Eph Wiley! says every gets or car taking
are
ready to concede the intelligence of
t is scarce, in the hope house! Service Sta..
sugar
and the people something! happens to remind sizes go to your nearest
wives will be induced to hoard it ,
him that a great many of them '
' keep report the price up," according to the believe in madstoncs.Public Ledger: tion for Goodyear Tires and Goodyear

"Such propaganda: is pure bunk," .5. Heavy Tourist Tubes.

Mr. Poole declared. "1 advise the Wasn't Open i I';? .
housewife, to buy as little sugar aa
A rather green countryman had just
possible to help bring: prices back to returned from his first visit to New
normal.! York. f ". .
Mr. Poolc's report in part follows\ : 't
"Well Si." said the
"When the speculators had boosted postmaster,
"what did you think of the metropolis _
sugar to 81 cents, the federal reserve '
banks began to call in all loans on .
"Wat say?" gawked the other, I
' sugar, which caused the fly-by-night.
stumped by so blla: word. a
speculators to throw their goods on -
J the market to meet the banks' de "I asked how did you like the metropolis
d mends ?" SO*:3>j Goodyear mblCure $O150 Goodyear Heavy Tourist<
Naturally, the housewives, fearinga "Oh, that-'twan't open' ," said .- Fabric All-Weather Tread__ J- are asked to pay for tubes of lea,merit-why risk cosdy
Boston Transcript : casings when such: nil* protection: U vailat>I.If5Q
shortage of sugar for canning:, ns in a 30 3V2 Goodyear Slnel Cur. $9-I 50 .. .-
1019, bought: a great deal of sugar . . fabric, An. .SIdd Tread.Ll- 3011:3: % rim in teaterproof, .
' All such purchases combined made Liked Movie

tons of sugar hoarded through
many Kind, Old Lady\ -Why are you crying -
fear caused by illegitimate\ handling
,, of the product. I my boy?
4 "If consumers will begin now to Boy-Pn fell downstairs.
I Kind Old Well don't .
Lady- cry.He'll
buy as little sugar as they can gel:
be all right OMAkt.
along with we will have 10 cent ur 11 soon.
} Hoy-Yess, I know. But my sister
cent sugar: by Jan. 1, 1021, because of
saw him fall all the way, an' I never
the following facts:
s
nuthln'. London Answer
"There is nt present no shortage of saw -
. *
sugar
"The present beet crop will be from :Marriage of Truth and HumorNewspaper
30 to 40 per cent LARGER than any
"colyums" as a rule,
ever produced. in this country. California '
, bear a 75 per cent resemblance to a ---- -
- -
i is now grinding: sugar, and Colorado
Utah, Michigan, Wisconsin Illinois bride's wedding ring-something old, I'se been a-layin down and a-gettln' dren spent Sunday near Brooker with Point. -i I o business here Friday

and Ohio will begin grinding in something new, som.thinlborrow'd" : up all over dere house."-Pittsburgh their mother, :Mrs John Lewis.Mrs. Allen Thomas was in lirooker Sat - ..
-but "blue. Boston
Tran
October nothing Chronicle Telegraph. : Kitu Dyal is on the sick list urday.

"The new Cuban crop will be harvested script. .5. I this week. Mr. and, Mrs. W. W. Brown left I ASPIRINName

:, In December and it is Estimated . . The Rush For Oil Mr.I and Mrs. Harry Howard and Thursday for Graham I I
y it will be about 4.000,000 tons, or A Ringer ch'ldien, Mrs. Elizabeth Howard and :Mrs Viola Thomas and children\ II -

I THREE TIMES the 1014 or last pre. "Why didn't you send up a man to Til take"stock! In that well." chldl"'n. of Gainesville; spent Sunday spent the week-end at Graham with I I

war crop. mend our electric b'JJ'" "Me: too. w.th11.: and :Mrs R. B. Thomas her mother, Mii. Rachel I'rcvattt. "Bayer" on Genuineicacide'bUr
"It is a fact that Michigan Dhio "He did go, madam, but as he rangthe "Count me in." !Miss Ethel: ) Dyal spent Sunday in :Mrs. J. II. Brown and daughter Re-
and Wisconsin farmers "Now, g'way, boys'e ain't put bu, in lirooker
are now contracting bell the Graham section were chopping; Toes-
and
door twice got no answer,
to sell)) their beets at Ell and ting down a well and don't want your day morning.
he concluded" ] that there was no one athome.Elech'ic !Miss Althn Lewis returned home
$12 n ton, which means 10 cent sugarIteet money. We're putting up a telephone !Mr. and Mrs Jack Guudge were
Fri" after week's
., Experimenter.Motherly lay a visit with her
Louisville Courier-Journal.
dealers will have a hart time pole. shopping: in IIlooker Friday afternoon,
. . sister I Mrs. Ethel DennisorfJ of Midway -
marketing their crop before the Cuban .5. E. J. Lewis and son were transacting ,..
arrives. : Advice I j business in Brooker ...
crop Cause for Pridt'She'll Saturday
]II D. Thomas was a business vis- J .
I "From past experience it is my' Mother, may I go quench my thirst? !tor to Brooker Saturday. Reddish Andrews of New River, attended u K1'
judgment: that we will have 10 or 11'' a proud beauty. church at Brooker Sunday.Mr. ;
Yes, my dear Susanna; Some for her Messrs. R. 11. Thomas and : .v"rr-\,
excuse being a proud
cent by New Year's if 'ollel'|' : and Mrs.
sugar day, consumers Go try a chocolate sundae! first, Lloyd Johns and children
." will be careful in their' buying But don't go near Havana! beauty Huh? with Kelly relatives spent) Saturday and friends near Gainesville and Mrs Mamie Johns and babyAttended .h1 0

-Yonkers Statesman She fixed up that face herself. Mrs Leon Lewis' and daughter, Inez :Mrs. church at lirooker Sunday. of Salicylicacid.-Adv.
Lewis
.5. Louisville Coupler-Journal. and father, S. M. Kelly returned on I i i-i lirooker Charley was shopping\ "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is genuine
t
LITTLE BITS How He Could Help S. Wednesday from n two weeks' visit! Saturday.. .. Aspirin proved safe by million
in South Florida with relatives. I j -- --+ - -- and prescribed by physicians for over

OF HUMOR "Can I Flo anything for you?" asked E\e of the ElopementThen Miss !Mary Mott, of Hague, spent HIGHLAND twentyyears.. Accept only an an-
the sympathetic) motorist of a dusty, she down 1 IntiKen package which contains !
; looked the road the weekend with her siah'rIrs.: I "Bayer"
grimy individual who was trying to And she thought she'd explode Rosa Kelly. ,! HigVand' Sept.:: Sept.; ;{._:Mr. and' proper directions to relieve the
K\'*r Bern There 1.Th..r.11 find out what was the matter with his For quite apropos and likewise a la J. W. Lewis was a business visitor :Mrs.' I). L. Rigby and children, of headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia

a town called Dun't.YouVorry car, while a corpulent dame on the mode, to Brooker Saturday. '| Starke, spent the week-end here with Rheumatism, Colds and I'm"-

On the banks of the River Smile, buck seat and kept advice.up a running fire ofcomment Came her father with quite a respectable John Thomas spent Sunday near relatives. I. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few

Where the Cheer-up and Re-Happy "Yes the load. LaCrosse with hU daughter, Air !Mrs Nancy': Perry left Saturday for certs. Druggists also sell larger:
Blossom sweetly all the while you can, answered man "What a comforting sight: ," Debbie Shaw Jacksonville to spend some time with "Bayer packages." Aspirin is trade
in trouble "I wish
Where the Nf'vl'r-Grumble flower here! and ,tell my wife you'd the come story over of Said the daughter, "tonightThe Mollie Pons, of Louise was here her sister, !Mrs Lizzie Austin. marked Bayer Manufacture Monacet- I

Blooms beside the fragrant Try, your life or do something else] to keep fates seem to send my poor daddy Sunday.S. :Miss Beth Wimberly] and :Miss Ethel -

And\ the Ne'er-Give-Up and Patience her from meddling with me until I get home tight; L, Prescott and children, Amy flicks returned Thursilaf from a .;M; has more imitations than any
Point their faces to the sky. this blamed job finished."-Birmingham Hut where in the world did he manage; and George, were shopping: Waldo month's vacation spent in the mountains other f hill and Fever Tonic on the 4
that stew? Saturday. of North Carolina. '
i market, but no one wants imitation
In the valley of Contentment, AgeHerald.S. I'dll.'ive a whole dollar if I only know; Mr. end Mrs. Jernigan and children Misses Lillie and Ethel Griflig were They ere dangerous things in the med-

In the province of I-Will, My posh I'd be reckless and really of Clayno, were in our burg Sun visitors to Lawtey :Monday 101.le, line .-Adv. j
You will find the lovely city, Obe> ing Orders give' two-- day.J.. Everett Bennett, of Middleburg, arrived -
At the foot of No-Fret hill. H. .: J. W. Lee :Monday for visit with
The foreman swore at Cassidy for Oh, if I'd elope in a fifty-ton wagon Kelly Morgan and a rela.ti's. No iVoitns in a Healthy Cbllo
There are thoroughfares delightful not taking a full load of bricks up the lie never could catch me with that Thomas attended church at Bay Lakein All children troubled with worms have inuft-
In this very charming town, ladder! every trip. lovely jag on." :Marion county, Sunday :Misses Lena and Madeline Frigo, healthy color which" Indicate poor blood.end M a
And on hand alt shade! trees ----- ---+ of Lawtey dIMurta"e.GRO"E'STAgrtiS .
every One morning the supply of bricks --- --.- r --- were guests Sunday of rule.there It more or leu stomach'

/ Named th( Very-Seldom Frown. run short and Cassidy, after gather zirp7.iff WATEU1IILL'WatPlmlll :Miss Winifred\ Wimberly. '+oor three weeks schlWtONICgiveargi3rlrfort will enrich the blixxi laprove ,

Hardware News InR'.t.I'Y one in sight, found he was Gadson Gnffis returned Sunday the dUlrttkin, and act a*a General. Sirrnti \
5 . still short the proper number. HeJelled Sept. .-The death angel visited Sept 4.-Mr. and Mrs. from Green! Cove Springs where he enln5Tonic to t>" whole.,..em. Nature wu 'n,M"' 4

Quite the Contrary to a workman on the fifth floor the home of !Mr. and Mrs.! L A. A. II. Warren, of Starke, were here has been attending Black Creek Un thrtlwoll'ordILpeuhm.andtheCbll,1:lv elect health. Plnaiant w rake. 60c p .S.
"What do you want?" asked the Fowler Monday night: and took away Friday visiting; friends. They were ion meeting lie announces that the - ,.j
J'llnll'-oSo you finally ipropored to man. their little son. Reuben, after a short accompanied home by her mother. next union meeting in October will be
here I "suppose she said, "Thta is so "Throw me down wan brick," Raid illness of diptheria. The body was I i. !Mrs li-ll Thomas, and daughters An. held at the Highland Baptist church USE "DIAMOND DYES"t,t

sudden Cassidy, "to make good me load-! laid to rest Tuesday afternoon at Dee na Bell and Verlie. Mrs. John Austin returned to her
Jack-No; she said it wasn't sudden\ Everybody's: \ :Magazine dan cemetery, services\ being conducted !Misses Rhoda and fteba Brown were home east of her Mondity after a via

enough. She had accepted Tom the .5. by Rev. J. II. Kelly. Resides the in the Pine Hill section Tuesday with it with her brother, R. 1). Prescott. <>f Dye riphtl Don't risk ro.-
night before.-IToston Transcript. friends. :Maxvillc. of "l>h"
parents two brothers, Ernest and terUJ. Each: package
a. . Making HimWlf Useful Dewey, are left to mourn his death. I Miss Clarke Carter left Tuesday Mrs Dorsey Higginbotham. and bu. mood Dyes" contains direction i

Nature !Song: "Golly but Pse tired!" exclaimed a Our sympathy is extended to bereaved afternoon for her home in Starke. by, of :Maxville arrived :Monday to so slmi diamonJ-dy'"l" that
tall and thin negro, meeting a short ; lamllI \'. I| G. II. Fowler and daughter Elvie, spend a few days with relau'\., and\ J woman can color 'nto
Oh, lead me far from cities' jams in Gainesville) friends new, rich, fadeless
Sunday visiting here.
and stout friend. I. R. B. Thomas was a visitor to Gra spent old garments, draperies "
We are proud of the confidence doe. "What you been doin' to get tired ?" ham Thursday I, friend :Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Wine r erings, everything, \\b.'r
tors, druggists and the public have in demanded the other. :Miss! Rhoda Thomas! left Sunday for :Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Goodge and family ifred Wlmh..rb''l're business visitor \t ovl, silk, linen, cottoi
666! Chill. and Fever Tonic.--Adv. "Well) ," explained the thin one, LaCrosse!! where she will spend a week I spent Sunday in Sampson to Lawtey :Monday mixed pood
drawing a deep bivhth, "over to Bro. with hp""l tPT, !Mrs. Debbie Shaw. | Solomon Carter left Sunday for Miss Winifred Wimberly had the Buy "Diamond Dyes '

The Quinine Thai Docs "Not Ailed The Itcad Smith's day are measurin' de house Miss Minnie Dowling, of Graham j I' Okeechobee, where he will accept a misfortune to break her arm last week -ultit other kind guaranteed-then perfer''t'
for some new carpets. Dey haven't with her sinter Mrs. position. Dr. G. W. Brown of Lcwtey, was aw et'n
Becalm of Ita tank and Jnxn'lve .fI'<<"I. LAXATIVE' spent! Sunday a hue, never dyed ;,,:
I1KUMU QUININE labrtnt ran N. mkfn, got no yardstick and 1'118 jest exactlysix I Nita Dyal. I' Charlie Fowler returned home Fri- business! visitor here Tuesday. I you brutfgiiit has "Diamond
by: the anyone head.without E.W.GJoVESslguatwuuobua caualnil nrrvuumu/iin or rlutitnula SI*. feet tall. So to oblige Bro. Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Lewis and chile day after a two weeks' stay at Black Marcus Brown of Lawtey, was ot.I Color Card"; 1 8 rich ..'>I,r Io
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rRW.\. j SEPTEMIIHR; 3. T>20 PR PARE THREE '
"r FORn COUNTY TFLK GRAPH PTARKE. FLORID X.
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(j- the war department delayed action.I chief of police arnvvd and lc, "d-him i Tiiritnssv: = -i 1 "i Y

News of Florida in Short in the r -m.FARMER. I L

. . Paragraphs.i I I Wednid.!. of last week one | Theressa Sept 3.-The meeting Ii GALAHAD'S EARS
". . ... " ,"., ,"' ,,, ., ,. "., ,, of the inn-t iy unusual nigtit rases of poison* conducted by Ke\'. K. C. Dickens, of

i ing that et'i 1' happened in Okeechobee BROWN Lake City, for e\etul days last weikcame 8

Live State News \ Ot''url't'd'h"n Dr. Gavin, proprietor to a close on Thursday with two By ALICIA PRESTON
new addition. Henry Woodaid and
of the Gavin
Drug Stoie was poisonedby R
lI>.. -" _- -- +*.***+'* f *+. ".*++.* +* + #* **** * **+ >t jr kA.X taking' a swallow of Illghlife which XVelli! >'O. \. hat are we gonu/ \ti. John 11 all. The baptism took pluceI .:

Told by Our Exchanges he thought wa a glass of water. He doT Gi. :'tome-" or *Uy all night ? I at Cryntal lake Thursday morning. lie fouiiel lu-r Uht.fling on a wiiunhear

1 had stained to get a drink of water Too late. to start for home now :Mrs I,. A. Hall has tetuined home nUIn In-fore tlie liiwith the- tlreIlKbt <<-

' ---.c-- i,il while he null held the water glass Haven'tou 11ows got any blanket* nftiM" m>vrrnl da'a'bit nt Orange Kli'iimiiii; over llu> rosy' satin of

in his hand customer in thestole along with ? Samanthy had me Height and Waldo with leliitnm. lier Imlr du.ly! with
Monday another solid train load of Donald liainctt Jr. drownedThuisday a came ou 0I | her Keiwn niaklni';
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was S, andV.. A. Jones
11VoodHid .
'f cattle left Okeechobee lor the and he put the glass! down to take one of hoi quilts along to if weI shadows nnd lu
plains l r of Texas. on the grounds afternoon of the in family a bathing residencein pool wait on him Aft(,!' he had finished I did stav. out all night I'd be comfoit- I "en' visitois. to Hrouklyn Tuesday' nfiteriioon ,I Ami rnsrnillng from lur I"I,

with the ctifrtomvr he ifturnoii to get I, able. MK'K a good spoit ain't she ? strewn nlxmt tlir tliMir, PV <>ry'w I1l'r.WI' '
Onega near Jacksonville. The :Miss Florence1 Hall few A
August construction in Oilando was pool had only lecently been completed his water and puked up the glass he XX'e hll\.t any quilts but if we clays l 111"1 t week at Hampton spent w'Ith a heii i| .... lette>.... tiqmtre>K "f,111"| | r', libbontlltli

t o to the $200,001) mark, Tventy- The little fellow for a few minutes thought contained the water, but in*', keep tip a good file all nlll'hte won't III..tt'r.lr': ", 1'1.: Oiger. 1111'8.' I
)II new residences were started in eluded the watchful eyc of mem.beis !stead he got a glass that had Highhfein need n. y .liun cull up on the sand i :Mr. and :111Clt.tland Sullivnn'and I \\' n quick nn>\ e-iin-nt hliotlie to..1 ,

that city during month just closed. of the funnly, and while playingabout it. He only swallowed a part of near Vie' I.\reXVell. |' childiin. G.\1.: lie-ntictt and one ..bt> was ri'ii'llna Intet tlio nr<>-
one swallow befoie he found out the I .. wele'otne to
be waved
plnir l-rfore a
the edge; of the pool fell into difference I'll take the quilt for me. I'll ciuutrhtei, Khoda were Hmong those.
Frank Lock an employe of the ice the water. i : and help wa immediately lay it dwn on the sard then lie down ( who uttende',1 the union meeting at the him :
Orlando was electrocuted I' i summoned but he was paialyzed be "cii-ti: .,-i,HIM. Hilly. 101'111'1) you
at I toll 't ill
mpany' -- COl'llel'\\'II, and begin to over P-nptist church in Statkf duiiner the
while attempting to ic'place aatnc : The He : fore an antidote could be admmisteied 1 head\. I I al'l'l"!
Friday )long tale of hogs at :\Iuanopy am wound up tight only my vvctk-ritii.)
,' light bulb that had Riven out Tuesday, while Two other physicians were called and That h'lI Ma for the of """II. Inn I tliouclit. w <> roiil'1' talk
not Oil big an affair i I' tlap top my Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of llamp- "
I Iwoiked with the "tlicken man until l>.ofnr. (thO' elniK-e. Vmi lin>k-nay', Prln,
as the two pieviouale was head to ke ep off the skeuteis.XXrll 1 ton, attended chuuh hete last vvrrk.
Aboal'd |he American steamship : 'It'el' successful. midnight when Dr. Spooner of Paho- I we don't want to to roost lio <'liillle'tim-d l. "vott. lueile likea vnlentine -
> ) It \va not to be go | :Me ssis. S. I K. Swindel T 11. Tiiest '
kee, who was "stopping' at local hotel 1 In the, mood toIIfI'IIIIIY
a nnd 1 tonlirbi m
R< : in Hood, which armed from the I supposed that at this time of the year yet. do we Itiovvn ? S. It. Wooilaid, and II S, Roebuckwrie "
.', coast of South Amenta, to I'm- and the maiket ] I Ilike was called and ponded. Aboutone ,I 1 beo"r-
t M unsettled anything o'clock the physicians decided he N"o, don't go to bed Jet. I want nmong the visitoiH tu'll bv county "Mt> ? X\ell, limit silv It !I" Inli .
tacola, la a cargo of about 10OHO tons last fall I you
and wmtei's high maik1
mrtixipo'is
Brown to 11'1111whut all this lcWitt i Kr'uay.
hnd no chiince to .recover and a 'I'ar I 1 < | Prlii'llln hiiNtllv'. "It's not my
if nil ate of soda. could bo attained. Notwithstanding\ ,I' C. Jotii'n Haidnate Store means lie1 Iseveilattinn I :'11'1..onni 1 (' Ittiidi'ti of JnikaoM!!! ipoHN I'm
was sent ,foi his w'ife and childienwho mood nt all. I'm ;:\11'. llerlong sold 28 IoOWII and gilts! at 1 teftiilng to. XX hut about vllleimteel at the home of Mi. and
were! nt ( reen Springs. An hour hMinlne love letters""I
Kennth Pickhaidt 10, newspaper an average pueo of, fJ5o.: and two 1 it Brown ;Mrs XV A. Jones Satuiday mid Sun--
Inter envelope

however ho
levixed and continued "'k'1II'l an
<'I! me bolp. lie |>
of Miami was found by boars I IGoveinor ,
,
a laiger I
.a< u-r po- at a price. .
. floating in the bay', after he 1 to impiove until daylight, and Why, nothing ; only we got the 1 best dny.S *. "oh 1 "">', l'rln Thtll''Inmlm
man II, Woodard I
--- and D. J. Phillips
though his condition still sriious haidwait stoie. Stnike) and a I !"
I is it up at >! Ii-l'n nut limn' tlits
na(' failed to come honje for hu.. 1I'a.'lsHul's to Hampton I "
the is thought he will tecover.In man uinnini. It that don't stop at ".\11 right you ennnf\ II, slipI'.lllv
81 a search bt-mg made for him entire board of public Instruction :\Mondayr .
anything to ac.-i-ommodat all of hilicUllh1I1 .
I of Polk] county last, wt-ek. tbo orderof I .-- '1'h if he dot-sn't happen"to "r=": and Mis! K. R. SibU-y, of <>n_r) t<<'I1.t I'ltHrllilmneil ..----
<
miNiriMiKlv| HI n
ant City census figuies of 3,72:!!) | lemoval alleging malfeasance and i attempting to transfer a coptiircd : aITi\.1 Saturday foi' a visit with hrrpatents. Mtaiixl .
hnve what he'll clown toHto .
want set<< lesl to
you be> bail still
.' increase of 50.3 pci cent ovei i nonfeasance on the 't of the mccoon from the on box last J..t't
Hi pai membprs tlap a wnte some tirm-: "Send :Mr. Hrown :Mr. a net :Mis. C. A. Viningblonil I'
iiiM\ Plant City is one of the many of the board in the conduct of '! Tuesday JI>H O D. P.dwaiils, a texident No. atonce , nnd 11..1t'1'11'11.. : II. n. Mooirr<< I be flame's"Abu let ,J
mill. 2li xlso tlu *
line I Syiup all
u i ilmi'l burn
.
I II.> we
> "udn towns that ha\e made a1 their oflk'iul duties und that then of Anastasia Island, was sexeirly bitten I I Hrimoodatd[ went to Jueksnnville '
Holler with xkiniming lini No 15.: "
steady growth. faduie in dischaiging their duties inoflUe I by the furious little cientuie, Mr.Kduuids 1"llIln'hl'l't.* hr will spend aI tersT M lint look" j
Have name shipped/" to his ncuisct stntlon ,' "HiiiiKbivl tlie-in frnin "'11I. nlmniP.fareit
intrifeied with the due adminiitiation found tiaccs of of
a family few ilnys.n '
i nnd chnige to account.DeXX'itt I '"Tluit looks
Saturday Track superintendent Polm I of justice.An "iiccoons neat his place and decided tmmc my bul illmpllne.
:M. ,
and Kyle King were among 'II'IIh
I C. ,JolI"". And there you iliii-M It ? Well, It's tioihlng' nt nil, butI
of the Tampa Electiic Company', that he would cuptuie MIHIP of the I the vloitois to :Sturke: SatunlnyMrs. "
me. lle"'Il deduct the fieight ftom ,I..n't11111 to burn Ilietn unini-liow. ;
pir ut Rome poison along the liallast I'| old tnnnon wa lecently unearthed I baby coons and train them for pets the plii'iwhen you pay for it. Se-e ? : S. II. Woodaid nndJiinin fill II p-h It.I'. "S:;..ine, .bow"? Htimpbt" :
Point line to kill the glass and! weeds I in Jacksonville and has been Accoidingly Sunday night he set 11 :Maud, irturned home Thuriedavfrom
Or, tiiKtit in town. A woman's oil 'I "\\ell J'hn" them Ionia than I
]I the Hack. Now they have thirt examined by many men familiar with tlap, but instead of the babies he atoIlt't out of and l.nulsc, after a few elnys visit '
v\inking, they of tbe otlieft",
three dead cows to 'pay foi. -I| the histoiy of various kinds of file trapped what he believes to bo. the tall DeXX'itt ,loni--. :Say: my oil stove xvitli lelntives nnd file-mis. niij Sin.* snt. buck on her bet-Is nll'0\

aims, and the consensus of opinion is gianddaddy. Keturnmg to his house is on the' bum ittul it is almoct time to ;I ;Mr: nnd :Mis. D. W !Mooio wer1I \Mitiln-d lli, leiiplng tiro. 'J'\IH-II nbelunulied >
I Itarge I
Thenhiimp indutitiy I Is assuming that the cannon Is of the type uiedby I he secuied a wooden box nnd placed dii'iui send I:I nmong those attending, the union mc'Ct If
Tun '
pioportions und piomisp to boomt the Spanish at the time Ponce de '1 its open end againHt the door of the! got tl' fix If you ThoioV a man no one upiighCqmik 1 Ing in Sturkc dining the wcckmd.Mms I "Von don't softly."know, Mm, 1111I)'. Shall'

. one of St. Augustine'* !lift n<- I, Leon dixco\eied I'lomlii, and it has : trap Sliding: the door back he left an r hert1 that I semiGuess I'' : T>telle> Wooelarel icturnpt) on ?" .::. )
I Ju..tI' ptpstnt can 1 111 you- .
.
- > Locations( have been souuht: by been suggested that the cannnn was opening through which he uiged the 'I :'Ilol\lll1 fiom Staikr, after spcmltngn
t
I'll hn tei COin> mvself Oh "Yellowutl, anil blni eyes, slip. _
!!
fiom Fernundma a nuinbti placed theie about 1.11.2! when the nnnnal to move It made a dash 'klIh
packers i : I few dnys during the lust \\('( ,
thank I"illt.! of bringalong Apollo'!
: '" Say lnll.Lilfl
>f whom have alieueiy! located there. I I Spaniards settled the state. The can thiough the open door pushing the I you you l'l.lotin's nnd while* theio attended the | Onliiliml"* '
thvee- wicks for the tove.. XX'c "Nn but, I pnlleil 1 lilm 'Sir I
non shows its and although small' box to; one ide and gained the I
age I II openvard | union meeting which was in Ki-ssloti nttho
will liaviit, .
all fixi'd up ut once Say, .lbi ronlVNHc'tl,
The of Peinandinn was I is exceedingly heavy Instead of attempting to
population
| escape Ilitptist church .
lliilnbne
'I f Sir !
roulil you step ovei to tile pottollU-c "I'll bet ll'ii li< eniiMi> e>
announced by the buieau asf it tutned on ito cnptoi, fastening its .
census Siittiicluv night nt tlu home uf :Mr bnrnrded
and bring along my mail Haven'ttrot \ Hint tii-at (till' nt of IIM MO., -
7. ir.crrase of 1 1oI.! The James Boyette, toinmmsion- shaip tec-th in his leg. Although von
> 4 > an population county (' very around to send todayThiinks : n'11r'a.: II. K.: Mooicr wall thu KCIIH'of ,
one lUllv
of Nassau county', cf \\ hichIVmauJma cr of Pasco county, James Cooper another much uiprised/ and pained by' the attack any. t l.oodliyt"; And so it goe-n a'' a pretty. biilbcliiy puity winch wnxgicn "Oilwell, I NiunetliiH-ft womler myself '

is the county seat, is giv't I pi'opinion t man of that county ) :Mi', ndwaids! was wide awoke to ''man. out in the c..unll.v wants some itt honor of. their son, Aitbur, ," .the irlrl iiilinlttod., "but. nv.r%

at 11,340, an incieaso of 815. i i nnd two negioea are in the Tampa tin- danger/ of blood poisoning and he' part fot his plow, He telephones it being MX fifteenth' unnixoisiny'. A I 1111), 1-" 1'
_. jail chaiged with violating the federal stooped! and xwuni' his tint with full laigo crowd of fl'I lends iisscmble'il, toitijov "
I ; DcXX'itt C. Jones/ and it is sent him "Snv" milil lllllv, "\\ hilt won 1ltei"" !
Donald XValling of Cleaiwattr lost prohibition act The men attempted foice foi tho body of the vaimint but bv mail. complete, or most anythingelne thu games: and ciittii'd on 1I..inl I 11111'111' Sir nlntin! <1 tlmt miiile btin sodllTeipiit

'1 life while swimming fiom the diving | to escape in their automobile when quick n> a fln.h the coon icleaded its that can he xhipped by \parrel conimitlim, At u Inle hour theyVMtf from Hie rwt ..f nxT'. '

platform at Clcnrw liter (tench to stopped for examination. Driving nt Rt i'angle hold c
'line Fridaj night. The body has a hifh rate of speed, the officers filed buiied its teeth ill his hand He attempted on the spot ami cm'lies a good, I the beautiful bittlicUiy ciiko, riMidtitoi'i-lu'i'' nt (be lilllo't'IMuillixl

.ot \boon recoveic'd, wnd the American j lepeatedly into their car but only succeeded to choke the savage animal I stock of everything in the Haidwuicline. ,fiurciuniled by fifteen pink burning 1"U'klllt'r"I,1| wiggle: bis eiii-n.' l'l'"J

Legion has taken up the search I In stopping them when one of but could not force it to let go He I Haven't you been to Staike to j (,11I1dl,'. was I>lu4'.I. Mrs. K; S;, Sib- | "Tlte donkey'" sputtered, lllllv.rrlHPllln .

the officers jumped fiom one car to then tiled to ply its mouth open but Uncle ? ley' usHiMtcd i hy 1\11'1. L..wt..n liiiylor, ntnrted' Inellgnnnlly-"why I* ;

One negro was shot and killed Saturday the other and struck thc drivei with a in vain. In this piedicamrnt he callod I of llruoklyn) servc'd the happy giicxtvitlt Tbe> ..be Iniiulelng to bet fee.tnml
Shl'rifLa to his mother\ and she came to his XVhy, no; I live vlvvvn miles away n fpriing "
night when Deputy black juik. Oxer fifty gallons: of moon I di'llclous and refiesbing I leu reiubeil for clonk. \\2
hr
. still at found loscue with a bar of iron which she I! and! what I can't get at the nenrby :
orn made a raid on an illicit I. shine was emu and! ,cake Thn hoKtess l'l'I'.lv.,1many It urltm.. tbe, lint was (
Ka, ... slipped into the animal's mouth ; towns I send away for it. Guess I'd .
the Hobbins turpentine ciimp at itPoint ----- I using ( pieHint ninl, nt n lute hour (thv mild : j

Four other negroes wtie (, I' Ten thousand! ti'actors will be built Jt aa a lever. She succeeded in pry I hotter dHve up some day. Got to get irui'nts cK'iiaiti'd for their leflpcctivelionirfi U'e-ll 1 siiililenty miplMixo' I i-oiilil' |iractlco7""I'uiMbe /

ureil illi'l by the 'Hdsmar Ti'actor Company I iiif? the, jaw npait and hei son released a cane mill this fall ami a full outfit declaring that they hud nvoiy vlmtT" '* j j"I

'-. -- -- I next )'car. lil pwpaiittion for this expansion lii" hand. The coon, however, [ to make up my onne Got a fine ciopi pleasant rven'ng! and wished Arthur .!. (lr rt.ilnhinr\ ,luiilnr I trick." .', "
their i>lined a tena I !
A D. Gaskms of Live Oak has received i I of output piactically many py Mnrllnt! linri't YflI ilnre in Il
full returns from his tobacco five times as gieat a* their 11 _'0 pio-' with a lightning like movomwnt grabbed 1 That's light :Mr. Smith, XX'hen yougo I bitthdnysKilnii't, never 111'.
I of the Mr. Cdtvaids': !! aim above! thd wust to Stulkc to buy your outfit elon'i Wuoiliiiil und .Toll Hall
""rop. amounting to $1315.02, net, from duction the capital "lock company "Have Mm Hi-en" (til' illplomnt y..tr I
S acies. The yield would have been has been incieaxed fiom $100, A blow from the lion "od, however | miss DeWitt C. Jones Hunlwaie stoie, I went to Jacksonville* TuuHilny. whnu Itili-iif \\ In I'lls' ear n*

heavier but for the fact that his plant ()OO to $500.000, a complete foundry laid him out before iU teeth hecamodeeply i Mini tell! HeWitt that you saw meI'atinei they will spend' a fi>w days. the i-oiipleN 11"1"1.,1, ,,, ,-. 1" bnnili In n )

bel sutfeied fiom the cold butkwaidprmg. will be put in, a machine shop will be IrnbetJ'dl.d. Mr. I dwaid: placed : ' Ktown. Well hc-te goes. I'm Arthur Mooicr, was u \'Isitolto miner "I InbeMl, ,.,lnoklMK tblnu, nmlIIW'N 1'' I

built eighty auea of land withdiawnfiom it into the box: and fastened it securely i! for lic'J' SHIIHWOII City RUlldn)'. been I'Ve-rywhe-itf mill--" i

sale for plant puiposes and,I every Then he hastened to town for i Land 1 hear that f..llow snore. Wish !Mrs Cieigtr: of South Plorldu\,] was linr ilneonpleM bin) di,'I n I'd apiirtHKiiln ,

Dropping with a parachute fiom an indication that things will hum at Ruigical treatment. Hig hand Is badly I I tmil l go to sleep quick us that u visitor at hn homo of Mr. ami! :Mrs.C nml l'I'IMIII., foficitfiil of lb
an'plane 20,900 feet, approximately 4 Oldsmar. About 100 men an now lAollen but the pain is subsiding.Mr Vet Blown in a good sleeper. I'll A Younghlood' Suuiduy ami Sun- | I in lied 1'11"1' to Hilly. ,

miles, Lieut. Arthur G. Hamilton, employed at the 'plant and it is estimated : [ Edwards estimate the weight of bet you could take bold! of that quilt dnyMi Hilly., 1'\'" JiiHt 11,1 111 I" "1

army aviator landed safely in Cailstrom a force o' 60(1( will 'be necessary the coon to be about fifteen '"oulld,.. nnd furry him dmvn to the bout nut : >.ttilnmpv Chessor and Torn Dunlon "Nn '" ,"

Field Saturday afternoon and to handle output next yeai.Mrs. '. .1 him in and land him on the other side/ of llumpon weie vlniors Sunday, nt """-". I hllv'o" slie pniiNed until .

established a new woild's te>cord for Jocko, tm pet moiiKey of J. L of the lake and, he'll never wake up. the home of M 1'. and Mrs.I C A. tbey (InlKlieit some Intrli-ntA steps."Hilly .! '

descending from an airplane by a par : Alfieda Cardenns, young: Cub Stikeleather of Arcadia broke his Let's do it. What say ? VoungbloodM. I think' -t don't believe '01'' \'j" :

achute. an woman, employed as ('ij'III'mak'r. chain Wednesday nnd went on the warpath I'll tell you a better way I.t's dig W. Lee, of Lnkeside, wall n vl.- In l InvA with "." \ /1

is in the Tampa hospital with several He was chained in one corner thu ctinil away from under him and itor t<> Starke a day or two eluiiiig the 1'\I told yon-> 1

West Palm Beach section is elated biokon ribs. She will recover, She of the A. C. L, engine house William li-t him llown quietly till hu is down verek-i'tid to attend the union meeting "Hut\1.I tblnk It would, .bent-Hilly. )

over the progress that is being made Inaped from the top of the three-story Keen, the boy who was attending to low enough so we can cover him upIn Ht the* IluptiNt cliunh.Mr. why ,don't you full In love with Ili-l- ,t'

towards the completion of the M, Lu10 factor', it being her second attempt the engine that pumps water into the the sand. 'He's all roofed! up in and Mis. J. L. King, Jr., left .,.. ."
- canal It is stated that there is only to commit suicide that day. Her husband A C. L. tank, stepped to the bunel that quilt and juxt II'Uhis head Saturday morning to upend Nome time! "I mtubf Junt nn well 'I" fnme.l Hilly. j

a distance of six miles to be excavated took a pistol from, her as she to dtp a bucket of water theicfrom, Kticklng out arid. cover him deep and in Jurksonvillu.Itlantun "f,1! I I'v. begun to think," Himiiddexl. :l

and that another big; dredee will was about to u c it on herself, and later when suddenly and without warning pile on some chunks to bold him down. (>wsle>y has ntunml ftomJucksonvilln nerlotiMly "It Isu't fnlr to 'j

be added to the woiking; outfit to complete he saw her running up the stairs the monkey spiang at him, hi'takingthe Then we will Hit buck nnd watch bun after spi'riding u few I '"nwille von whe-n I'miTeitlv Inr'j

the canal. to the roof and followed her, but she I chain as if it weie a thread. Young vake up., We he awakenn ti-11 him Hays In the city.V """"'11 nil rljhl. I.rl..lu.. be 11t ,

deared the coping in one bound, and i Keen had been bitten by the monkey ho'a di'ud and been' but'iod for a week.XVe ... - ... .'-- ted her npprovliiKty nnrl In big, brotberfnnblon '

Damage estimated at between $7-:! fell to the grass plot below :Mrs.Cardenas' several weeks ago anil was determined haven't a shovel. 'IKLM.KAPU'S: ; ; \ / HONdK: KOLLNanitH "Hut, Prlw hefiire. you 111'1) !

000 and l $100,000 resulted) from a file mother committed suicide not to let Jocko bite him again. He Use your hanels and pull the sum! I nui'i for bin f'lr. r"11 me.

which early Wednesday rooming; gut- about tlnec yeais ago by saturating gave the monkey a terrific kick in tho back careful like. ]'; of 'IhoneVMiet Paid Sutmiriptuin "Poor boy' Kir Uitlnhnil, rnnkten. j,

lei the Tampa plant of Swift & Co., her clothing with gasoline: and applying side which cauited him to land scveial I Here, take his old fish pan During AuguiitJ Hilly, \\100 In tl.iit. 1,1"'k.hllr.l!, iltn- '

meat packers, The file, which Is believed a match 19 it feet away near, the door. The boy That's the lel"n; your head's work | I loolilng innnT Hilly, who In

I to have originated in the -teat went out the side window and the ing.. Two heads are beiter thun one 1JouMel'' [ >. M. Cutver, W 8.Johns. !. -? f'f'fIIIIMI".1

smoking; room, .spread rapidly', Only The relatives of C, D :Mitchell who monkey out at the door After leaving (if 01111 in a sheep's head" ). Go UlUY. J. C WilliamH, J. 8" :McfoimlckMrs. "lie? oh 111 (lint dlplimiiit.' .' \

the hardest kind of work by the tiienen was )killed on August 8th at Homeland the engine house the monkey went boys, Don't wake him up and spoil : 11. K. Adkms K. W HodgfH, LIf. Illr.II'hm to met I Next

prevented 'its spread t""> other by a speeding mathinc, have of-I 'iosfi the I'llilroad, climbed on top of ell the fun.Iheie Hill. O. F. TomlmHon J. O. Dc-nnl- Hire''Uly.VVIII you. 1,1.1., .?" "

buildings.fi feicd a reward of $1,000 for the aricst the porch of Dr. Coffee's house and now that's a very respnctuble son, W. l Ie. Hodge, P:. S. ;Kibli-y; :Mrs. I "Nuriwbnl'n the mull?" q"'tOI.1 !I

'- and conviction of the pnity 01 parties after looking over the situation climb we've him standing W, J. Koltr-rsori, John C'ruft J. M ttie, fnllbriil.I'.ut .
,;10; cures :Malnrln Chillincj! ; F: ver lesponsible for it. He was killed in rd down end;! went under the house. frA\'e, only got He can't get II row fil,'.., U. I D. Miner, J. I D. Stansell, orcbentrn l begun wiivI -
Bilious Fever Colds and Lnt'1'.o..e It while tetuiningfiom : About this time :Mrs. Pier :Murry and pretty straight up. HIM I'n"'r "
,
the early 'evening Vitmumcr's Lumber Co, J. .1. /.I'lirl'T, '
without help. > on on*
of that though bin
Kilt the 'itc that ,cmi (' 'V fee \ started little fubbe! drove to the out / I til 111'1" rrnnl""ly-"I' 1
to son, scene
parn chuuh, and had Just Kvann: lluile] H:. W. Hayes. T H. Slink "
It is laxative nnd genera Now let's sit \back and watch him: nlde f>f room -girls' on !
a splendid. cioss the road to turn into his own In a Poid. Just an the car approached Miss (IIlie Silcox. I', W, "Kdi; nfi.dd., /IIC .Ilr .
.. ,
tonic. Adv. einiplra rompHM.Ttiew '
"ate when a tounng!' car moving athilth' \Dr, Coffee's house something went fvlwardM, P/'rry Kite Jr, !Mrs J. 1.IIIIhltI.I'. '
"p..ed ran into him, knocked him wrong and they alighted, rot knowing W, Chapman, N. IJ. Wainwrlgbt, Jr., tll. lilt-lily: Ilt.rlll *

SOUTH IS TURNING down and caused his death about an anything about the monkey and* hid U. W. :MuNPlcy[ J. 8. Hrown, W. K. I"I I.I''P' Oi 1'11 to cbooMe, the I

he ui' later. The timer di'f not top to escape While they were examining Owl!win! XV G, Hull Mrs. C, FJ:. Daughorty biH>iin.l .tin1 de-ep volrn allin. 11.1 nfwblinny j
the wittifses the car someone called out to :Mrs.Murry DAVIS liniNli (.111..11..1 I new' t tbeui*
-tie what had been done and W, D. Carlton, XV. M Thomas, I
to the accident were unable. to : to look out for the vicious mon J. 1 R' Howe, MIH. It ssle !Mcfirud, iilluriini'iit.I i

AGAINST CALOMEl identify it! occupants. key. She looked around saw Jocko Agency Est 1886 A. I K. Moitt J. A, Morgan. II, n. Sullivan. .nil nllile11 .tHlii|><"lt> eienetndoitui nnd
of -
running toward her grabbed the lit "ni tbe expertunt linn .1'1
K M. King,' T, It KrownlnK. AM "
The war department will commence tle boy and jumped back into the car Williams, Mrs Julia Knight H:. "r'r".Ih'II-. !

Tone" the salvaging: of the buildings and throwing the boy on the opposite sldp INSURANCESTARKE Kite, I'rarik II. OMtwn.I/ I', I'anmt-n-. '"Ml. llnrtello. mny" IT" t ;

Mr. Dodion, the "Liver '!quipmcnt of camp Johnston Jacksonv from the approaching imp of mischief tt-r, L, I K.: Moscley, Dr. J. K. Mainos "Just thin mie .

Man, Responsible for Change v '' at an caily date The buildings When the monkey reached the car he f', II Knney: Jr., John Toplin Mrs. An II"UII. nn unfair /.r..lla5.' of I I"WI '

for the Better and equipment .will be sold to the jumped' I over the top of the door, IriHsye A. |{osl<
highest bidder. This action is taken sprang across the top of th! si'at and L A, Reynolds, J. A. Cole-man, 1II.: front Irl"'II.. TI.r. wnn I ..' I

b>' the war department because It was grabbed the boy' by the iheek. tearing < lutiT. busie:; 11t.1I. M J. Alvieri'Z, K, nbont' 1,1', girl and tl-ev i >rwl

Every druggUt in town has noticed a decided last year that soon after July the fl, peat fulling off in the sale of alomLThey I. l'! 20, this plnn of abandonment of /grabbed the monkey' by the throat Aim" Longford! Wm II. \Vhitvhad, berHbe eniiKbt, "llit|( of the bine'k luiirrvtdliloiiuit

all give the name reason Dodnoni as many camps ax possible would begin jefked him loose from the boy and -- I't t.. Prcscott, I. C. Wibb, A. Latin, ) In the IIu'klrtl"lInl tln"Ih.

Liver Tone is taking its pluce To dote between fifteen and threw him out outside of the car into (< Duiban II. WatNonlg (;, W. Ix-w- .' illmpleil- I
(;calomel and people know "I wonder" nhe e nfl, >le<|, whlmslrHlly -
and
dangerous twenty camps of different size* have the sticet The child scicanud .1.I L lIarl''I1'\ Je.hanson/ '
It UodHon's Liver Tone In pentonallycuarantcttd abandoned and salvaged in accordance attracted Lhe attention of bystaml'! t A.--._- ?.- -"run nnv of yon wlBKiwvonr enrs r .
wi"<> ""'I''" 10( < n silenee '
by every druggi"1 of and who wanted! to kilt the monky', af'1 There was u mOlf."t of Itlrtpl -
laws
it A large bottlo dewnn o..t'ery much with congress Mi Doris Law went to Wauchulnuttond
the monkey would have bfi n k '!1".) t then I, mnd quiver of r'I,1 ()-
but If It fail* to give eauy relief In everyf r-gulationt] of the war department the marriage of her broth- I
>ati Johnston but the kind-h">arti>d maishul fph 'I i ir tortlinis. ,
" > liver luKglnliiiei.. and ' 'n jUlt ask for your money back means nothing' against that plac In > for Jorko und took thi' po' "/1 ri; .,,rio," what. ,

kelson's Liver Ton in a pleatauttaming way but i I. a t-tep that has been I that it would be hi' tn to permit Habitual Constipation Cured ""I. I ny-
any t
purely vegetable remedy, arm- expected for many months. Thm plan poor little> monkey to (,Ohtinu"" nth ,' > In 14 to 21 ..aya "Ilnve 1-
to t to both children and adult Take 'l "Sure," grlnnetl the illplomnt. sn<1 j 1 1I
the < children of thi lommutiif: ;T-
soon as '
decided as 1.AX-FOS WITH PEPb'-N"! I Is sixtTali/-
hud been upon a
a ipoonful at and wake up feeling be nTer. night
life Th child li 1>rovei"| am
fin* no biliousness, alck teadarke acid wui was over but fur various reasons to take UK precious lift, err< Syru,,"'funlc-Laxa'.Ive for llaciiteiaoimti I he sal'l. '
*t,>mach or constipated bowelu wa carried home and physu mti- M_ ; patum It rnlleve ;iri>niptly but "Prln. you Imp" b.'IJ
doesnt lnconveninee all gripe or caun Cured in 6 to 14 I>ayfn K
| "tbiwn
th. next day like violent calomel Talc files monkrv .. i ;..m-nt I> *atisft>d, procecl to Indue'orciiular .cnon U Stimw'aim:I "Slr riiitnhnd nbr> -KII'I.! .I
rNT fullIIT -
a done of calomel today and tomorrow ,,,,__ r' mowy if PAZO. -Pi OINT.itrurflPi.'." nit, fh> 1':", 'nson hom., climbed o; Ke ulatn* Very Pleasant toTuki.* 6Uel ea'" nn I then \ uuuci onutnblyi

r u will feel weak, .ick and< nau eat l. , ..',,1' .,,,1 y..' 1! .!.,.1 I Ihi'ri' ha rested until t: >tr bottle i Miv nn he .l ht-r away --. ,'I
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