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 10, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FORTY-TWO. STAINE: FLORIDA: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 10, 1920. NUM15EU! ELEVEN.;

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BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL i' 1 to < ". ,i ;, ,> C. A Knight, registration officer hits ifim. d the fallowing Instructions .T" . Pee'p..p'. 4'e.t' $.\I'I' DENOUNCES":: : i f
OPENS NEXT MONDAY 4 4, for Bradford county, received instruction < -1 I to his deputies in the several precincts r' CAMPAIGN: RUMORS:\

'to CALL FOR pl'BLIC MEETING 'i Tut Well Selected Faculty Will :Make the 4' ..' registration of women as voters. The I I tin rob) .11 registering women: 1! '*' the K, A. Strout Farm Agency, *s ." '( i flil;
Term Successful '.' A mass meeting of the business I. "' first woman to register in Bradford Under lh< constitution! of the United i ,t. has notified the trustee of the <*
'0. men of the town and surrounding '.' Bounty was :\11"1I.Ial': )' O. \Vainwright I States of America women are now ; Ptarke" public school that ho H
The Bradford High School will begin country is called for "<. :I wife of Tax Assessor N, D, I entitled to register I and vote the name I i ,.' would like to donate II handsome To :
the year's work\? next :Monday, I Thursday night, Sept 1 16th St 'i I Wainwright. A little later in the day 1. as men. The law doe not discriminate 1 i s medal: to the school to be awarded '*. I Our I I J oiJ
Sept. 13th. The opening exerciseswit '*' 8:30 o'clock at tbe county court '!' M.rs. Alma McMillan: of the clerical I. and iiogroes arc entitled to thepume .. under such regulations 118 the \
Ibegin at 9:30: and will consist of I *, house, for the purpose of reorganizing force in the county clerk's office, took I privileges as the whiles. This & hoard may 'formulate. The offer It hall ,
devotional exercises conducted by our j *' the Clarke!; Board of the necessaryoath and qualified as registration is for the general elec. '*. from Mr. Inman 1m* been nocopied Im.it ;
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ministers and talks by some of our leading citizens. I ". A large number of inquiries' *' among the suffrage agitators and took )'('al's. Do not ask any questions ns i announcement regarding 1 I (.\ .,' ;e'e'I

All pupils who wish examinations .i. are being made about Starke and 'fI' no part in the campaign' to enfranchise to what political! : party the registrant .*, the mutter will hn ionic Inter. I that I ;

will come prepared to take them on 'ie Bradford county by persons look. -4 women, but now that "votes for I nfliliatos with, as we cannot do this In the meantime it will ho well ..' dute
!Monday. All new pupils will please I'>' lag for \locations, and it is deemed women" is an accomplished! fact they ,, under the general election law. Administer i' for every \pupil) to l hI' doing his .' I ('() \ \
bring: their certificates of promotionwith | them on the first day, in order I <*' there should be an organization i. the women generally should register : "I do solemnly\ swear ((01' affirm" ) ,.- to the Idea" of awarding the modal .* nny ( '\ :
that they may be classified at once so j '.' representing the town, under + and'ote.. that I will protect and defend the .. on the heals of progress .*' I Idt ,
that they may enter'' directly on their I I .*' whose approval authentic infor- The payment of the capitation or Constitution. of the United State and I '.' a' )() \ 1
work. I'4' motion may be given to these poll tax will not be required of the I of the< flute of Florida; Unit I am , i t' .c. ., <<- it

Some of the teachers will be at the Inquirers: .i, women At this time, and all\ they ,have twenty-one; years of age, and havebeen I (' (.. \ '
school building Friday and Saturday, There should he a large attendance <@' to do to qualify to vote. at the November ,I a resident of the state of Floridafor COMMISSIONERS: ( : :MET\ MONDAY) : l it In .
and will be glad to discuss with any I.i. at the meeting next Thursday election is to register. twelve months and of this county I and ",
parent or pupil questions connected 164 I night The registration' books of the several fug six months; that I am a citizenof At 10 o'clock Monday, September I I )
with the work of pupils for next year. voting precincts are now in the' the United States and that I am nth, the board of county commissioner no by !
It is especially necessary for 'those 1& ...
pupils who enter high school department .__. and the women of the county may I and law of the tate of 1"lorittll''j C. A. Roberts with members\ present i hut If
this year to be careful in select E.IUFATAL ACCIDENT register by calling on these district 'I Both moil and women must to-wit: James' Reynolds, J. M. mo I'In I< +
ing their course of study. The teachers officers and taking the required oath. I the following quulitlcution: I II Hrownli-e! O, V. Brooks and Drew I fasIII'
will be glad to advise with pupils Jesse \1Iman Fall From Tree and The district registration officers are 'I Must be twoiHy-one years of age or Reddi>Tt. ment I 1'

or parents on these matters.All Suitors Injuries' as follows: over, I Minutes of last meeting rend<1 and them
students are requested to bring! District No.1, Lawtey, Louis II. '' Mu'.t be citizen of United States 1 approved' I I nre ,

pencils and pnper the first day, but I Tuesday about G:15: p. m., Jesse Hill. lot America.: I Bond of 10. :M ].'ul.<'h for constable If I \ '' )] I I Ii
not to buy any new books until they Altniun, a lad 14 years old climbed\ <1 District No.2, Lake But1'r111., Must be residents< of Florida< for sheriff presented and approved.) ) i nnd ) )
are given lists of same by the teach up into the top of a chinaberry tree Johnson twelve month or more, and of Brad- : Itonrl\ of A. A, UII7.t'II. momlicr of htmici. I
('1'8. If each student will bring an Individual growing in the roar of J. W. Morgan's: District No. 3, Palestine, .T, II. I ford.county six months, or more.' i school board drinking cup it will tend toward store, in quest of berries. He went G rcone. In 1'1'11 istl'I'inlt''om'n do not use and ajtpiwvcd.) thing
better health. out on a limb about 18 feet above the District No. 4, Providence, I). C any prefix' \ before the name such nsMr Bond of Kt.! Futch for dutiable in II 1 '

The teachers for this term are as ground, and stood on it, reaching far, Williams. *, or :Miss, but write her own mime district No. 1. presented and approv of I \ !
follows: berries above his hoitd. Presently the District No. 5, Brooker, B. F. Ha- : in book. For instance, Julin Smith, ed.\ who ( t

I'r'of. S. S. Dowling, principal. limb broke and Jesse was preclptated en. not Mrs. John Smith. Rachel Stokes, puupor, reported' Miss Jeannette Matthews, first assistant to the ground. In falling the force District No. Starke, J, F. 'Kicklitor. In the column at extreme right of lend! aid her name wise ordered ntricken \ (. \

I was slightly broken by branches and I book under the heading remarks etc, from pauper, roll, nod further ordered ; paign, .
Miss Ina Alderman, second assis- twigs, otherwise the fall would probably District No.7, Hampton, A. A. write "w nmen." Unit $7'cO bo appropriated for good '
have killed him. He struck the Fut<'h. A woman is-if( marriod, ) I the mimonationidity buriiil) I'Xlwn..ell.The hy IIi

tant.Mrs.! B. D. Law, third assistant. I ground head foremost, which made District) No. 8, Raiford, W. 11. Andrews I ; a,. her husband. If single\ name of Bunnrr Dynl was\ ordered I for t "'
!Miss Carrie Holley, eighth grade. him unconscious. Jr.DUtrict, and\ born in any foreign country she I stricken from pauper toll, by
No. 9, Worthington. R, T. i must show naturalization papers.Please The numo of Jerry J"hIlK11" ordered I
Mrs. J. C. Diggs, seventh grade. The occurrence was witnessed by i '''' I ,
Taylor. i inisIJ'It j i be particular with both mon )placed upon pauper 1'01l1lllel hI'p..icl
Miss Doris Law, sixth grade. several people and the boy was quickly inn / .
No. 10 New River 11. T. and! womon as none but American citizens $.') month.
Mrs. Bessie McGrudcr', fifth grade. carried! to the office of ,Dr. E. L. ,per I hilt
Miss Jessie Thomas, fourth grade Biggs. After careful examination the I'arriell. i will he permitted. register and The niunu of :Mary Collins) wn ordered II do \ !
and 3rd A. doctor found no bones broken, and no District No. 11, Graham C. n. Rob if born in any country outside of the Jlhll'e'cUl'OIl\ pauper roll and !I..> of |
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erts. J I I United Stale! you must examine naturalization paid I $3:i PIT month
MidI Mildred Crosby, second grade serious injuries, but a wrenched wrist much I
District No. 12 Theresxa K. M. and nuke record' Thu of Kate Frnzler )
and 3rd -B. and several contusions. He returnedto. )papers name wait ordered (
King I I lof thorn in the proper place on the placed upon) ,pauper roll and he
Miss Olive Ray, first grade and consciousness but was unable to their )
chart class.! walk, and Dr. Biggs' brought him to Supervl-v of Registration Knight I IMUS. I books.nisoLirrioN. I paid $5 per) month ion, I I t

All parents and friends of the school his home. He lives with his grandmother Claim for state pension filed by find' I Ij
!Mm. 1 Ida llollingsworlh
school are cordially invited to he pres- Mrs. Rigdon' in the cottage wn approved j All i
EMILY ANDREWS : OF LOCAL CAMP: j '|
and 1
mime ordered forwarded to the I
ent at opening exercises. It Is hopedto just south of Perry Dover'residence I w. 0 1, W.I ((ato comptroller. I I I C'let' ,) \
have not only a large number of in the western portion of Starke. I nnd !
Andrews widow of Jonn S.
Emily
The bill of J. O. Trailer claiming
parents present next Monday moaning Wednesday morning Jesse Altmanwas Andrews, died at the residence of her I Whereas, the angel] of death has I>a I...11"1' duo him county agricultural feuliid \ .1
but also have many visits from resting easy, and! will soon be all eldest! SOliV.. H, Andrews, on the ,paused l at the home of our follow Sovereign. agent fnr month of July, 11)20):! for I who ( \

them throughout the year. right again.' lie is thankful that his 31st day of August, at 2)0::) a. m., after I S. A, Bryan, and has said, to $!M.11) 1-2 .wn prevented" and Miimo i to ;
SCHOOL fall had no worse cpnnoqucnces' as a being confined to her bed for aboutone I the companion of his life, "Como," refused l by hoard. I I they
:MEETING OF HOARD broken back or neck could easily have week with a Blight stroke of paI'8I'sls. and the soul of that wife and mother' Salary of janitor for court house invited.'i' '

been the result. This l is another warning I has pasa4d on to that great beyond> 1 I
The board met in regular session for boys to be careful when they She was burn in Buford district whither we are all journeying; and.Whcreus ; month 1'1'I I
with Messrs. P. M. Padgett and T. B. climb trees. South Carolina Charleston in I ('0:'; "; ; ( \
near offer : :
This camp desires to Hoard adjourned until first Monday \
Pinholster present. In the absence of ______ ___ '
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1838 She moved with her parents\; to this mark of esteem and affectionto In October) 1020.
Chairman L. C. Powell, T. B. Pinhol KAIFOKI Pierce Ga. In 1847. In 1851 .. .
S county, I SOy. Bryan and! family in this, their A -- -- -
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was trade chairman protem. she married John S. Andrews, and hour of heartfelt grief. It inTherefore POSSIBLE: CASK! ; OF KAIIIKS The) Resignation of K. A. Y. Roberts as Raiford, Sept 10.-C. Macclenny: they lived in Pierce county until af I Resolved That those resolutions rate, < -

received(' tax district No 0 of Macclenny, was transacting business ter the Civil War, and then they mov- be spread on, the record of Chief Kite had a valuable pointer the I
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was Brooks accepted to fill the and unexpiredterm. over here during the week. ed to Marion county, Fla., and lived I I the limp, and that copies thereof be dog that developed a lmeanp! which I |\
appointed
N. T. Ritch, of Starke, was in town there one year, near Ocala. From transmitted to the family of Sov. Mr. Kite thought might ho hydrophobia Tlie l 1
Saturday afternoon there they moved to Levy county, I Bryan and to the Telegraph for pub. although the dog did not show the < '
The deedto
board made claim i
a quit Gertrude Anderson is spending a where they lived two yean and in : Iic'atlen. common signs of that d mease. Yet, will\ ,
J. H. certain of '
Dowling to a piece Mr 1888 moved to Bradford county, where for safety" sake, the animal waskilled log of .
few here with her
land formerly owned by the board and days parents J. W. :Morgan; E:. W. Hayes, Albert
she lived the time of her death. and
Mrs George Anderson. up to and Its head given to !Dr Clar- |
arid
sold to lion. S. T. Dowling, same lying Dubose) Corn tn it Hoc.
leave
Mr. Merrill, of Jacksonville, spent Her husband was summoned] at thehl'lt'innlnll' I voe, the slate veterinarian, who had ,
in the town of Raiford.( of the Civil So ordered by this camp in regular 01't1> .. I
Sunday here with friends. war and served I it expressed on I Ice to the state boardof
The board'of public instructiongave Rev. :Madjor, of Lake Butler, filled with the army during the entire war, session at their lodge room In Starke, health, Jacksonville, Monday, for return
the town of Starke a deed to a at the Methodist leaving her at home to struggle along this Aug. 27, 1020.DEDICATED investigation. The) $
certain piece of land lying adjacent I his appointment . .
with throe children. During this Jll'rlod -- - .' '
to the Bradford High School property church Sunday.A. she learned to grow cotton, and : "CAUSE" LAKE: BUTLER: 1\" ." .
and I D. Andrews, S. II. :Moore, E. C. : TO THE' :
more fully described as follows: ,.
gin it hand later \
Crews and !Mrs. Dorothy Browningwere I on a gin, spinning
Beginning at W line of Lake street visitors to the county seat : it into thread with the old time wheel Horo'u to the Starke (cows Lake Butler Sept., 10.-Mr*. G. A .
and running west 105 feet to intersection day afternoon \Ion-I and, card and weave it into cloth on !: woefully out of date; Alderman and daughter Mix W'I her of .

of Sanderson road, thence southeasterly Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Andrews the old hand loom to clothe herself :May they forever camp In front pent Tuesday In Jacksonville. run. ;
along said road 219 feet to and children !Mr. Townsend and\ I '
little son, John Arthur wt're'Isitors during the war and af Of the cow lovor'H gate. Mr. and! Fritz
intersection of Lake street, thence to Lflke Butler Sunday terwards. In the year 1890! ) her hus- ,I little daughter, Mary Naomi, returned rate
North along west side of said Lake R. W Sweat, of Sanfordsspont the I band died, leaving her and their two 1 When they wake in the morning, Tuesday. from a pleasant] visit with A ..
street north to point of beginning, week-end here with his family. youngest sons .to make the best out !I After a night's repose, Mr*. Laurie, of Tennenseo. bar of )

containing less in all 41-101)( acres, more Mrs. W. H. Andrews and son John I of this world they could. It's up to the householderTo \ Mimics Ina Alderman, Wilson Bar- ran, t
or
Arthur, are visiting friends and rela- To her and John S. Andrews were hunt his rake and hose.Anything engen' Messrs. John Alderman and A
The bids submitted for the repairof
)Holland motored to Worthington Sun- !
this week. born eleven children seven of whom
tives in Jacksonville I ,
Long Bridge school house refusedon
Carl Johns, of Starke, was in town survive her, namely, W. II. Andrew, will grow in Starke, day afternoon. t.t.A
the ground of being too high. Monday morning.L. I R. J. Andrews, A. D, Andrew, Thomas They say, If properly fertilized ; Mett r*. G. W. Alderman and W. M. her ..
Upon motion L. C. Powell
was appointed Sweat, of Leosburg, was the weekend Andrews, J. E. Andrews, J, T. Andrews So why blame our shade tl'f'ell, Johnston motored to Worthington on '
a committee of one to Investigate guest of Mr. and :Mrs R. W. and Cora Andrews, who Is now When the walks begin to rise. Sunday afternoon A ,
the claim of Mrs. \Mc
pension Ervln Dekle returned from Jacksonville of the
Sweat. Cora Bryan ; and those dead are, :Michael I-
!Millan and report his finding to the Bertha Map Hobbs who has been Andrews, Stephen Andrews and\ The women have the ballot, Tuesday morning. Ho In takinga All '"

board at its next meeting.:' spending a while here with her grandparents Mary Andrews. And will "purify" politic; business course in that city. terns I
VThe board then recommended that Mr. and :Mrs. D. C. Cason, Many years ago she joined the New We trust they'll remember Mennr! P. M. Padgett and C. A. 1< .. j
Mrs Ruby Green be allowed a pensionof has returned to her home in Macon, River Baptist church and had tried to There's another brand of 'Lickn. Robert! motored to Ktarko Monday. ;.
$8 per month and same was certified live a devoted Christian. She was always -._. q S. s.* Proctor prnachtid, at the state named, : J .'

to ,the. board of county commissioners .Ga.Mrs.: T. B. Handley is visiting relatives charitable, ever ready to lend a WATEItMILL farm Sunday. 'iiiicned t.
L. and friends in Georgia helping hand to the .needy. Miss Maggie Dekle spent Sundayin 1 P
A communication from Chairman Mr. and .Mrs. W. W. Farnell and Her life has been an open, book, a Water mill, Sept 10_Mr. and Mr. Raiford. I! sera
C Powell containing a letter from 11.B. and children attended\ H I. Sprinkle of Jacksonville, spent N. n, 'If
son, Wilbur, Jr., returned to their faithful devoted mother, and Christian W. R. Hodges,;
Wiggins relative to an attendance several day In Lake Butler this week
home in Smyrna after spending a few member of her church. church at Dedan Saturday. \
officer and the compulsory attendancelaw days here with friends and relatives. She was curried\ her last resting Little Carrie Lee Davis, of Gainesville A. C. Strickland I III on the sick list they \ "
the .
was read and discussed 'by Willie Bryan, of Baker county, place at Elzy's Chapel and lAid to spent last week hero with her this week. ""
board, but maid! board decided that transacting business here W88'' rest by the side of her huiband. cousin, Laura Carter. Henry Bothae, of Perry, visited at The /
they could not now appoint an attendance the home of Mrs. T. J. Doklo last for
E. C. Wells i is spending a few daysIn Brothers, sisters, children and Mis Bertie Thomas left Saturday <
officer as the budget had been Jacksonville. grandchildren\ : ever remember that for Sampson where IIhe' will open week, returning to his homo Sunday. siring/

made for the next year. your loss II i her eternal gain, for earth II hoo). Author lloyd, of Worthington, wa will\ .(' !
The board adjourned to meet first business visitor! to Lake Butler on Ruwl ,
T. B. PINHOLSTER RESIGNS: hath no sorrow that Heaven cannot Misses Rhoda\ and Reba Brown were a
Monday in October. e heal. You have now two worlds to chopping in Brooker Saturday. Tuesday )
-- -- -+--- T. B. Pinholster member of the live for, the fleeting present and the Dave Green was In Brooker Satur- J. ,F. Edwards, of I'inetta, spent train
C.\1I OVA IN CHARGE OT ROADS county school: board for district has eternal future. You have another several days in Lake Butler, the guest Z. '

resigned: and will\ loach during the treasure laid up in store for you. Do day.Hugh Butler and Abe Crosby of ',f I.. A. Duncan. Line
At their regular monthly meetingTuesday coming school year. A. A. Hazen, rot sorrow ai them who have no hope, Brooker were visiting friend here Minx Ada Register: who is I teaching:
the bond trustees for Special school at Providence spent the weekend : of{
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nominated at the June Primary for but RO lies that you may be united beyond Sunday. ,
Road and Bridge District No. 1 c.n- member of the board from the third the land of parting, in the sum- Mrs Viola Thomas and children attended with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. .
ployed' J. F. Canova to have charg?: of II. !
district hag been appointed to the vacancy mer land of bliss.i'1tEACHING. church at De-dan Sunday 1 Register.
work on the public roach and l nridge caused by the resignation ot1J' Evan Hodg spent Sunday after- D. W. Durum spent Monday with
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the district. Mr. Canova Pinholster. AT ANTIOCII noon In Brooker with friend hid family. a. m.
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and it is hoped to have a considerableI ! Mr and Hazen will is prove a himself a valua- Then- w.: be preaching at Antioch day in September and Saturday night pent Sunday at Worthington. )
\ I of men engaged in repairing the ble member of the county board l fhur.'h IIf I'hri.t the second Lord's before by R. C. Crawford. Willard Parker, of New River, was here Sunday with his family.
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for St. Augustine where she has accepted ElJerson Kelly, of Sampson City, I quietly married at the home of the r 1 i SOME FINE CORN -

a position as teacher. was In our burg last week. bride's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. E. J.!
Mr. and Mr. Roland Thoma pent Mr. and MM. Lacy Johns, Donald Ward, Sunday afternoon. Only a few I In spite of unfavorable v er
the week-end with their son, Leon of Adk.iK, Joe Moody, Smith Johns were friends and relatives were present. i! condition Bradford county fat prl
New lUvcr.! among those attending to business in Rev: Armstrong, of Lake Butler, of- Gill make a good crop of corn ft,

it County News Items Mr. and Mrs, T. H. Waters made a Lake Butler Saturday. fi'la ted. yield'may not be fully up to the nan..
business trip to Lake Butler one clay Oz;<.* Roberts, of Lake Butler, was :Mesdames G. W. Hazen and L. A. dard, but the supply of corn j,
last week In our burg this week. I Brown were shopping in Starke Monday plentiful on most of the farm, Or

Thomas visitor to Drew Alvarez, of Starke, wal in afternoon.The of the beauties about Bradford >un-
Murray was '
lat< Regular Correspondents. BKOOKER Friday afternoon, which will if ever, make a complete far,
... Mr. and Mrs Angrus. Bielling visit meet every Friday afternoon. The: matter how unfavorable the condi slu;
ed the latter's parenbIr.. and Mrs Brooker, Sept 10.-Among those following officers were elected: may be.

--"-. T. H. Rimes, Sunday who accent :Monday in Starke were, Ardell Crosby, president.Abe Mr. 0. B. Gordon, cne o" the
*rJ FIVE MILE '! C. Mills and Alvin demons attend ---+ Messrs. J. E. demons, A. B. Surrency Crosby, vice president.Leta Ftantial farmers of the Raitora i."'

, churrh at New Hope Saturday and WOODLAWX J. J. Morgan, II. P. Gainey, L. A. Fogg, secretary. tion, has left a sample of c">rn t t'
I" Brown and G. W. Hazen. Inez Abernathy, assistant secretary Bank of Starke that is worth
; Five Mile, Sept. 10.-Mrs. of Brooker visI G. B. Colson and Miser Olga stelrg
I Ray Andreu, was a IX B. Mrs The ears are unusually long, ,/I
Woodlawn, Sept. 10. Mrs. jnj.
I i Dckle was the fluent of her I to this section Sunday afternoon. and T.iflnia Ward were in Staike on Sergeant at arms, Eugene Crosby. est being 13 inches, and the gram
: Mrs. T. J. Uekle, Wednesday. I Miss Vera Surrency opened school Browning spent her Saturday Mrs.In Jacksonville W. L. Tuesd..y afternoon. s1V. Program committte, Hazel Warren, are filled perfectly. This I is a nel'a..
I Mesdames 1!. L. Duke and P. P. |' Ziff Monday morning., Valencia.with daughter. H. Andreu, of New River, was Rosa Surrency and Lottie Gainey. riety of corn that Mr. Gordon trig

I. j kle were !chopping in Lake A. B. Surrency was In Little Springs: John Browning business visitor J in town! Saturday. All who will attend are cordially this year and he is greatly p.-':'a*
was
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: Thursday. I Sunday. He was accompanied Mia Edna Baxter, who Is teaching invited. with the results. lie states thi some

. j Misses Norma Jeklo and 1 Mac by Mrs. A. B. Surrency. J. to N. Starke Norman Saturday., of South Florida, is school a. LaCrosse, spent Sunday in II. P. Citney: and family and G. W. of his neighbors planted the an- ia.
I t... uttendcd the sing at Unity W. Thomas was in Staike Mon- town had fine
Mrs.) B. L. Duke and family O. here for a few days' visit with his Hazen and family attended church at riety and have lesui iron
,I tended divine services at Unity I sister, Mrs\ E. J. Hill. | TUCK:: Abernathy spent _>aturd:"iy in New Hope Sunday. it.
Mon- '
G. W. Hazcn was in Starke Alachua
Miss\ Doris Rosier in
was shopping 'I ---- --- ------
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", J Lawtey Saturday.Mr. T. n, .nhol ter was attending to I-
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Drawdy in II -
visitor
Harrell
Cephug\ was a I
business in Starke Monday.
s ed l the annual meeting at New Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. W. II. Norman and I s
Sunday. -.- children returned to their home In I Harley Hazen motored to Worthington I

Miss Lucile Varncs spent the Jacksonville Wednesday after spending Saturday afternoon
I DOIISON Lewis Shriver in Worthington
wa
' end with homofolks at Johnstown.Mr. : three weeks here and at Valrico Friday afternoon.I. Ask Us
j and Mrs. L. H. Futch, with relatives '
, .. Dobson, Sept. 10.-Mr. and Mrs. W. Pinholster, Jr., motored toWoitr
.J f J. Dukes and children visited Iva Thompson of Jacksonville, '
Hurst visited his sister, Mrs. > "jron Tupsday'afternoon.n. .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cro last week with his Mr.
spent parents
Dobbs, of Sapp Saturday night. T. Osteen is visiting relatives in
at Brooker Sunday. Johnnie Hurst, Miss Sadie Gnffis, and Mrs.\ S. II, Thompson. Plant City this week. When you contemplate making an investment, ask

I T. J. Dukes, who has been with blood poisoning and in Jacksonville; Tuesday
tion of the is much Miss Lois Norman was shopping in afternoon. or smarter than you are-but because that is a
eyes Messrs. M. II. Hurst and son, Wil- \] Grace Leta
I Misses and Fogg spent!
of Lake Butler, Starke Friday. I I of his business.
Nelson Tickle, D., made a business trip to Jack the week-end in Graham. part ,
! Saturday and Sunday here with 1Ife sre. J. M. and 'Yo'. II Norman
J Dckle.Mrs.. Mrs.'G. Tuesday. spent Tuesday at Crosby lake fishing. Messrs.] Guy Pinholster, Jesse Shirley If he.is a successful banker, that is an indication that
Mrs. C. E. Vining, of Baker coun-
Wealthy Woodcock 'Is visited her daughter; Mrs. Emily -. ,and spent!< Lucian Sunday Hazen here., of Jacksonville I!I he knows good investments when he sees them. This

her and sisters Mottle, Drawdy.Mcsdamos Barbara Friday and Saturday. No Wall Flower Mr and Mrs H. S. Warren and son, ,. bank keeps in touch with good investments and presumes

I Math Dukes and sister, Miss ]j I I Ben Boyd of Baker county, was a She's an intellectual young! woman. Myers were in Hampton Tuesday aC'1; to know by experience what to leave alone.
Mrs.
I at the home of Mr. and Decidedly.And .
ternoon.E.
were Worthington. Sunday. 11(I While like all human kind to mistakes
John Miller, of Worthington, Johnson Sunday.Mr. yet I understand she's. popular. J. Ward and E. T. Stewart spent I we, are prone
business visitor here Saturday. and Mrs. S. M. Drlggers have How do you account for that? the week-end here with their families. we have been reasonably successful and we will take
I to Macclenny. Their many When she'goes to a dance she check Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Nabb and
)II. Tomlinson, of Lake Butler, great pleasure in advising with any who care to call
' regret to see them move away her brains
at
: figuratively speaking,
a business visitor here Friday : I Dogan, were In town Sunday eBn'1 I
Saturday. wish them the best of luck. the door.-Birmingham Ape-Herald. I to New Hope on us.OUR.

J. D. and Wilbur Rimes were Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Dobson were S.. Elma !Shaw: who has been visiting
j to Jacksonville last week in South Florida returned home Saturday DEPOSITS ARE INSURED AGAINST LOSS
on business Saturday, Mrs. Pierce Johnson, of Baker coun A Pi'ceof Tin to Jingle In morning, I I
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PINT HILL is visiting her mother, Mrs Susan Lost-One Ford car with piston Freeman Shaw is on the sick list
this week. I ring:; two rear wheels and,one front thin week. I I
Messrs. Clarence Dobbs and Willie "pl'inl1Iae fenders, seat or plank
no
J. M. Gioover left Sunday for Mayowhere J
Pine Hill, Sept. 10.-Mrs. A.
were spending a while in Jack burns lots of and is- hard t
Surrency spent the last of the ) gas ; he was to open school Monday. LAKE BUTLER BANK
last week. crank. Carburetor busted half
J in'Little Springs section. way Rand Crews was In LaCrosse Sun 1 I
I through engine missing and hits on
day afternoon.G. .
Misses Maim and Leila Mae
State,County, District and City DepositoryLAKE
two. Three old coming this
I of Brooker, spent the weekend MILLER years B. Coition was in New River'
I \ their hunt, Mrs. Ozene Godwin. spring; has shack absorbers and ev- section Saturday. I BUTLER, FLA.Announcement.
A ( C. R. demons, of Mayo, Is the Miller, Sept. lO.-N. II. Stokes was erything. Radiator busted, nod! sere Lester Shaw, of Plant City, is visiting
J i of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. business visitor to Lake Butler last does leak; differential dry, you ran his mother, :Mrs. J. B. Shaw, this
hear it squeak. Ten spokes missing! week
mono, this week.A ' .
front alit bent; tires blown out, ain'tworth Col. W. T. Weeks of Starke
made to ,
B. Surrency wan a business Olson Thomas a.trip over spent
a cent. Cots lots of speed, will few of last week here the
I !her to Starke Monday ton Springs Saturday. a days at
run like the deuce; burns either gas or home of his R. A. Weeks
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Clemons, Miss Janie Biclling left Saturday son
tobacco juice. Tires all off, been run Mr. and Mrs\ J. J. Morgan and children !- 7
..' on the rim; a d-n good Ford for .he and :Miss Ethel Jones attended
I shape it's in.-Allendale (Ga.) Advance church at New Hope Sunday.

il Grady Baxter returned home from

LONG' uitmcn- Jacksonville. Ridenour Saturday.Rev. of Gainesville. will
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Prize Contest ii fill his appointment here next Sundayat
Long Bridge, Sept 10.--A daughter the Missionary Baptist church.Mr. .

I Wile born to Mr. and Mrs Joe Hodges and Mrs. Frank Stokes, of
I I Thursday morning. I Gainesville, here
j'j'I I passed through Saturday -
,hJ' I The f;. A. Strout Farm Agency offers n prize of i I George Rivers was a business visitor afternoon We wish to announce that on October 1st we will

/ $10 to the resident of Bradford County who will write ;I Miss to Lake Mabel Butler Crews Saturday and Ethan! Sapp meeting Rand/: Crews here Saturday attended afternoon.the Masonic open a general insurance agency in Starke, and will

the l best essay on the<< subject "Why Home-seekers attended the party at Will Thomas' T. C, Hazen is relieving T. J. Griffin write Fire, Life, Fidelity, Accident and Health Insur
Should Locate In Bradford County." Friday night. of Starke this week.
, I : Mack\ Johns, of New River, wall In Miss Edyth, Warren of Jacksonville ance.

j I I There are miiny.inany reasons why persons looking our burg Sunday afternoon \ spent Sunday and Monday at the

;r I for a new location should come to this county. To George lightning Rivers Friday got burnt afternoon by thunderand and S.home Warren.of her parents, Mr. and Mrs H. We will represent only the.best companies and respectfully -

; : I the<< person who tells the most and the best of these reasons couldn't see for Bcveral minutes. Mrs. D. W. Kelly, of New River, solicit a share of the insurance business. The

'I, in the most romincinj way, in an essay of not Herbert Ritch and Eva Epperson, was in town Friday
most careful attention will be the interests of
given to
of Starke,
i I more than 500 words, we will ghe n prize of $10. 'passed through our burg Curtis Melvin, of Plant City, was in
I Sunday afternoon enroute to Lake here last week. our customers at all times.BROWNINMAN.
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,w I The essays will he passed upon l hy a committee of Butler f The families of P. M. Barefoot G.
4 I and Pierce Crews was a visitor to the B. Colson, I. W. Pinholster, Jr. E. J. .
I capable impartial judges.
I 'I county seat Friday. Ward
' I and Mrs. Hall and son, of Tam
i' Lloyd Clark and Lonnie Te tone I pa Hazel Warren and Rand Crews
Write jour essay! and mail it to ; CO.
I were in Sampson City Saturday on Maggie Hunter, Grace and Leta Fogg
business, I enjoyed a fish fry at the river Tuesday -

'i i The E. A. Strout Farm Agency I list Little this week.Mary Rivers is on the sick I'I Ila night Belle Crosby, who has been visiting Bradford County Abstract Office

Miss Fronie Rivers
returned home in Jacksonville, returned home
:; : I G. AIN MAN, Representative I Sunday afternoon after a week's visit I last Monday. STARKE FLORIDA
with her sister, !Mrs Lovey Shaw, of I Mr and !Mrs Olen Scarborough, of
; I : STARKE, FLA. Lacrosse. Jacksonville, were in town Saturday.

Ki - . Mr. Shallar, of Lake Butler, was in Mr. Grady Kelly of Gainesville, and A
, I 4 our burg Sunday afternoon. Miss Thelma
"[ Ward, of this place, were
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EVEKY IIOMK: SIIOI'LII: hot nun is necessary- Driving rains I farm machinery, tractors, plows, cultivators -1 -

I IIAVn HL'.NMNO WATER should be kept ofT the stock and from ditchers, etc., all\ propelled | .
the feed boxes. Overhead shelter is I by power derived from kerosene, gas- '

t himpie; practically' sufficient until late Novem- oline or electricity. Then, too, there I
I ber. I'i'0 vide abundant house and* were demonstrations of power machinery
-- I I roosting space. All roosts should beI!' for the farm home, including I I Gluttons for Punishment j ?w fLee

level and not too high. j pumping and supplying of water,
Running water in the farm home If I on a | ( .
; no longer: considered a luxury) : but a Plenty of clean train, a mash with washing, ironing, milking, churning, I' Tires ask no favors of the road. g
, necessity: and a possibility. 3t !is true beef scrap and abundant green food, I I' sweeping, etc., electric power, !generated : -! .. .. "
' that some homes can !have more elaborate will insure more eggs for the next few by the home plant being employed. ': On roads their treads
) rough country:: tough
. systems than other, but every months.
J, farm can and should have running water -i Keep down insect pests feed well, All these and various other opera- \ travel almost unharmed over sharp and jutting
at leant in the kitchen. Thin lad i !house safely and you should get pullet tions, including the pulling of stumps
11.. not only Idealistic but a business proposition 1 1 erin in October and hen eggs: in De set forth the satisfactory service ren- points that would tear the heart out of /

that fares every Tanner, say j (-ember l It will also mean a good L dered on the farm by power driven lees sturdy tires. On paved streets and ; + r4 '

,I. Prof. Frazier Kogers of tho Flondiiiagricultural start for eggs: next ;year. Better machinery. Farmers and their wives, "
))1:, college I bleeding, better feeding, and better I as well as the farm boys and girls boulevards Lee Tires wear down surprisingly

Every farm has ome source of water can.will give you what you want- I have been immensely Interested. They .J and pleasingly slow. #;air,

, to draw upon and the man of the more eggs have, with the newspapers, carried the ,
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t house should In justice to his family I IJ ; LTHIS I information abroad, of how the Power I : If you knew how to make tires and none but
devise Borne means whereby this water MIMIC'S: COKN. < KOI1! Farming Association Is seeking by '
will not have to he carried to the !MUST; ni T.\KI.N CAKK' :: or practical demonstration to bring; relief -I the best would satisfy you, the Lee Tire is ? '' '

) house in buckets. Such would oliml.t !- from the burden of farm work to I the kind build. Th
the farmer and to his wife and family you'd ez
nato much of the drudgery especially
11'eetih. Left Alone Mill IJit: More I Z ag Tread
considciation. through the use of modern machinery.It .
to the women who m"'d'el'y -
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Than Half harvested Is, therefore, no wonder that the So thoroughly good are Lee Tires that you'llget ,.......1..11, ,.aDd prtentmnllranet .
r r treated w.umyunder
To have running water does not necessitate idea of power farming is taking; hold an entirely new idea of tire mileage and all r.." condition nNsatisfaction
of much From present indications, the corn with no uncertain in the three .
the outlay money. grasp en..f:::J.h.'... cut"
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yield in to be somewhat larger from the first Let
going : one
One can begin with a common pitcher states named. The farmers are quickto you try. Uurimte on both skin of th*
pump and sink placed conveniently in than expected, but it will not be large see the advantages of power farming show. ..us. wide liotrr au*4 Sliddlee -
Its .
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better than enough: to supply the demands, and at all and that you .it nilntnilmd Iarli)
the kitchen. Thin is far win-rover possible, liar jl.... or the '1'lim a._"
rlll'l''llIjt111<'1' in a bucket hater an every farmer should make an effort to in why thousands have been enthusiastic and .tr littit Cants. Lln or
improvement over this can 111I made. save all he makes, in order to avoid a witnesses of the demonstrations m <' 7ecftrvu. u.t tread are r thick la rubber taws ttu u.o
The hand force pump with n barrel scarcity next winter and spring HO far given by the Association which _.__. r eta.b.luul: on.* ,! 'I

might come second. Finally would i It it a well known fact that from 15 by the way, has nothing to sell. Its III
come a gasoline driven pump with an to 20 per rent of the coin grown each sole purpose and object is of educa- -

elevated tank, which U much better )" '01' is eaten by corn weevils. This tion. In that it is doing a great, good I
than either of the former loss tan be wiped out if all farmers work I &: JOHNS Starke" I <
The time saved in going to and from will take proper care in harvestingand It is no wonder that requests are J

the well with buckets to carry water : storing the crop', thinks C. K. Me- coming to the association from various -

and the satisfaction derived will soon I: Cjuarrie, slate agent sections and states for demonstration l ; > t3 ,
pay for the best syfctem. It in also a well-known fact that the and meetings such as thus rat t
_n weevil infested corn is worth less than far have been held. They are more -I----j/1

now TO u\vi: MOUI: EGGS: ; half of uninfested corn. Every farm than interesting, these educational! 1 _-

ntiKi\; r.M.i.n WISn:1C: should possess an air tight crib for meetings; they: are profitable In a variety '
weevil fumigation with ventilators to of ways: I!

The poultry] extension specialist of let out foul air after gassing is com- i Tho manner in which power farming >

the UniveiMty! of Florida l Or N W. plete. I is taking hold with the people is LE ii.Tires
Iti-sulphidc of carbon is best for
encouraging It those who 1 t
Sanbnrri, has been in the field for tho appeals to
thin and it is suggested that
lust two months lie has visited farmsand purpose want to be better farmers, who wantto
all places. where poultry can be farmers secure a sufficient amount of do things in better ways who wantto )
it for effective work at application.With .
rained and eggs jmulured. /Me has visited provide their families, their wives
on air tight crib two pounds will and their boys with '
the counties from IVnsiioola to and girls, the la-
be required for 100 cubic feet of
Jacksonville, been down the East ior-saving devices that really lighten
Const as fur ns :Miami, and spent several spate, and the method of applicationis the burden of farm and farm homework "Smile Miles5FORD
1 days In the Glades around South so simple and easy that every farmer and that counts for reliabilityand -at
: should adopt it. efficiency in these of advancement
I I lluy. lie reports a shortage of pond days -
) 1.1co shallow dishes of the materialat
egg: produreis, un increase in numberof and to a very large extent:
people who see the need of a farm IIhol.tlnt..rvals on top of the corn; overcomes the seriousness of human ..aYfiterlws; w ,;=T.P"= --_ _
close doors and windows and leave
labor .
flock of poultry. At poultry gatherings shortage.In
alone for several hours and the woikis
at farmers' meeting, the prominent all respects the Power Farming ==
done. Two fumigations will bo
necessary -
inquiry \\'all"Whllt: can we do I' ( Association of America is doing; a ill
the second abut two w.klI
to get more during the next four good work
eggs: doing it without thought r
i a after the (list. The second .Is made
months ?" In answer he suggests the I of reward other than to see the blessings -
because of the
: following: I neeeBSnr from y unhatched young at first weevils ,, it !is able to bestow upon those
Hens kept for a second year's lay- eggs ap- who embrace the advantages which it
plication.
ing ore In the moult, shedding andflowing seeks to present: to those it Interests
need To get: best results shuck tho corn
( crew feathers. They the -TimeR-Union.
before storing. This Is easy to do and ., SON
best of care and feed to take them --- ---.--- ----
extra time taken will beamply
for it
quickly through this period and 1 back I any, HIJ\'J\H surruns CO-OI>IKA.:
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the saved.mKK
repaid by
corn
i i\ t.Ion" next spring pullets! will' hoshould - n'EI.II) 10 FAKMKKS\ :
full grown: liy October.: They: ; I
FARMING TAKING HOLD
I get as good euro an older] lien1- Co-operative' marketing associations
Coed housing will help blinK autumn ,
frequently purchase supplies needed Farm
Most farmers arc "from Missouri TractorThe
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Shelter from rains and their
by members Many of the farm
'I eggs_ __ _ ''__ .__ they must be "shown." They have ers' elevator handle
companies not only -
been "stung" so frequently: and. per-
-slHlently that they are wary of taking grain but purchase for their patrons -
I .ift off Corns! up or even considering new propositions coal, lumber, twine, brick, flour,

I relating to their: industry, or feed, oils and other supplies Fruit Fordeon cuts the cost of preparing land almost to half of

I Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezona even to look at machinery for which and vegetable in marketing organizations what it cost with horses. But even more important is the fact
I many instances buy cooperatively -
i costs only a few cents. promises, ('te'Iwt"are made, therefore of saving,,an of idea efficiency ): such supplies as fertilizers, that the Ford son saves from thirty to firty per cent of the farmer's

like that on which is based power spray materials and packages. Marketing time. And time ved--eetting fields in shape to plant in the pro

fanning, comes along it Is more themgratifying : the associations farmers in disposing thus not: only of their assist per season; getting things done when they should be done:-means

iiiul so that enthusiastically it should he so accepted generally : 'I products but are also of service in money to the farmer. Besides it helps solving the labor problem.

buying farm supplies which are needed f
as lit the case in Florida, Georgia and

Alabiima, states in which the! I'owpt by -them- -.-- As ever the machine way is proving more efficient, faster easier

planted Fanning\ its Association seed. That of planting America: was has GOOnU"ICI': TO M\V P.MJM- than the old kand way. In the factory, the machine increases production

started only last March at tho Initial ERS SETTLING: IN FLOUIDA saves labor-produces more at less ccst. And that is

91t meeting held 1 1 in Live oak but It has what the Fordson does on the farm. The Fordson way is the machine
Now and l then a newcomer to Florida -
"taken hold" with remarkable
!I mess and in a manner that assures quick- complains that he is not getting: a way of farming. Besides.it helps the labor problem.

amazing good results: to the tillers ot square deal. He finds that persons
the soil who have, areas nuftlclcntly who have something sell ask too The Ford.on' first cost is low: and the after operating cost is low.It .

lunge to warrant the employment ot big a price. Land he thinks is held is a compact, easily handled tractor, backed by the greatest
for more than it is worth If he wants ,
machinery power-driven, to do work '
tractor service organization in the world.
to into
go business he is required: : to
that formerly was done by hand or
I', with horse pay somebody a high figure to get out

t With your IIng..r'I011! can lift od As has been power.stated] the Power Farming of the way. We are Fordson dealers. Not only do we sell Fordson tractor,

any hard' l corn, soil corn, or corn betweenthe Ajmociatioii of America was or All this is true here just shout to but we carry stock of Fordson parts and employ Fordson mechanics -
toes, and the hard skin calluses front ganired at hive Oak, Suwannce: county the extent that it Is true of every
to help the farmers the best
bottom of feet ]Klotidn In March of this year other: live community. The remedy is get results from the Fordson.
A tmy bottle of "Freefone" costs little Then followed meetings in Thomas in the ruituis of the newcomer and if Let us demonstrate the Fordson on your on farm.
lit any drug store) apply, a. few drops he exercises a good judgment, a littlo
/ ville. On., Dothan, Ala. :Moultrie amfurileU"
upon the corn or cnllim.I Instantly it and
forbearance does
patience and notrxp..rt
.to;>s hurting, then shortly ;you lift that Ha., with the last; in Jacksonville :
much will
too everything come
bothersome corn or callus right off, root on August 211th and 27th. These: ,
and nil, without one bit of pain or 'or'.. meetings were Accompaniedlth a out right. The Ford
oem S tilyl No humbug\ erica\ of practical demonstrations oItll The man who romps !here to go into GarageA.
business conduct farm should
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that conditions me wholly

different from, those in the locality W. & G. A. Anderson. '
from which he came. The first tusk Proprietors.
is to (learn those conditions. He should

go slow lie should neither: wholly STARKE FLORIDA

trust nor distruct the strangers whomhe

meets, but use his own judgment: L
He should not jump at conclusions.
Because n thing is done differentlyhere
: : is. no sign it is done rong. Iowa

crops will not grow in Florida, anymore --- -- --------- '
than Florida crops will grow In situation

Iowa. New England! farm methodswill What more can any reasonable per-

I not do here. To succeed on the son demand Lakeland Telegram GENERAL INSURANCE
soil the settler must adapt his. alms -.-

'1\ and methods to Florida. It is the Piles Cured In 6 to 1 4 Days HAROLD
\ soon fee in Museums same in every other department. C. WALL
Nobody would think of going: from rntadot.refundmoney If PAZOONTBENTfall.
lo cure Itihtnu Jllmd liwlinu or FnMrudinil I'ilo.
Florida to Milwaukee, buying a bus! liuunntly rrlir1* Itching men, and you fun fli, STARKE
Calomel loses a day! You know what calomel Is It's FLORIDAFIRE
you restful "p IIfIur tb' lust IIJ>II CIU1UIlo Pru.0 61 ,
nesa stand over night, and entering ni ,.
mercury; quicksilver. Calomel Is dangerous. It crashes Into ont'u on a profitable career. He would - LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILEton

sour bile like dynamite, cramping and sickening you. Calomel figure that they do things differently! A rank growth of weeds becomes an ,
there and he'ou, a88..t'h<:>n plowed under before they
I} stay there long
be
attacks the bones and should never put into your system. I -
make seed.
enough: to learn the difference,
Florida is a land of opportunities. '

Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead 1 1VhoQ Rut that does not mean that gold nuggets i- BRADFORD were visiting relatives in Palat- I, home of Mr. and Mrs Howai ,f
me lying around 1 loose. Here, as ka Sunday. Dukes, Thursday
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\ you led bilious, sluggish, calomel. It u guaranteed to startyour everywhere" opportunities must be improved I Bradford -10) Misses Eva and Leonard Cook and wife, and sisters, Sumner Andreu, of Jacksor 'i'
by hard labor, and good com Sept.: Misses Florrie and Callie Cook visited his parents this week.
liver without itirriiig at-
and all knocked out said you upbelieve Edward I left Thursday for Palmetto
constipated: Ruby : !
mon sense. The promise i is held out Mr. and Mrs. Olen Scarborouf-,
bide, sod ran not .,,liv tc.Don't where will\ enter school tended the union meeting at Brooker
you need a done of dangerous! U those who will come and help to they Jacksonville the latter :" ,1.
pa'
take calomel! It make yod: I i Mrs. W. M. Ilurrell and Mrs. Wil- Sunday, accompanied by B, B. Cook, spent
calomel, Just remember that yoursick build up the state by developing!: its of Ft. White. the week with homefolks( here
the it bow
next'' day In Worthington
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you ""y'ldruggl.t lard Raborn were shopping -
resources that they ran harvest a rich Arthur Edwards visiting "
soil fur a few rent a Urgebottle was
work. Pojtfon'i" Liver Tune !Mabry Harrell l left
trtiglit- Tuesday. Tuesday for a'1 1
and the facts the Wateroak
reward abundantly jus- section Wednesday
of Dodson's Liver Tone, which vat you right up rod you feel great. tify that promise Experience has ', W. II lUrrcll attended to businessin Jacksonville where he will enter bus Thursday.

V is entirely vegeUbln and pleasant to Give it to tho children because It U shown that the longer a settler stays Starke Wednesday.: Incas college. I Mrs. W M. Harrell is very i j" I'

take and !is a perfect substitute for perfectly harmluM and doera gripe here the better satisfied he is with his J, Y. Edwards and little son, Shel- Mrs. C. W. Edwards visited tho this writing.

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E Quarter It NW Quarter of NE Quarter Monday In November. A, P. 1MO, ,h aliaTueaday Northwrat Quarter. 5'*. It. Tp I. 1R.. ilE.

!lF: Quarter of NW Quarter ft W Half of helna th.IF'ONO Idt\ 1-2 Acre*. assessed l J. II. Hlltbranrit. !
SW Quarter HE Quarter fee. IS. lit. 1, PAY OF NOVEMUF.R Ilnlma paId rcHlfieatea anal! b* redeemed

8. R. tt F.. t,>0 ........ twiwaMXI Saul Ilroa.Certiorate For t'nl" ....... Senator from the Bute according. to law. tax deed wI.I I..,. thercoa
No. 1VS rmtiraoea All. Bee. S). of for l. ,.... from March 4. 1PU. on th. 13th day of September. A. I H>:n. t
Tp. T. 8. It S2 E. <|40 A...... aweaanl laulCertlfleale For Six i.BI Prexdential Klerlora.For WItnesS my official, .iff nature ... aeal this ,
It".. one Renreaentatlvc ef the Second C nareaalonal the 10th day cf A'jyutt. A P. 1, "
One saci'ifrce No. 11 rmbram All S. -. 24 Dlatrlet of thr State of Flor'da. In W. T. "

,." ,. 1It ?:2 E.. 640 Aerea, .a Mat>d lint th* Klxtx-aevcnth ConBrraa cf th. tolled' CI..1 nf the Circuit (' 'n .. 'FPKI.. ,.

Prna.Crrtifiratf. Florida.Seali .
No 1" embrarea All. Sec JS, 1.1.novernor. of the State of Florida. By C. \ KNIOHT.:

'1''". 7. S. It :'.: E. 14U A........ a........d I'aullima. For Secretary of Slate of the Stale nf >-ii.m.'; |Q. IVputy Cl.rk.XOTK .
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I C:rtifleali' N.I tOU rmliraeea N Half of.rI I rinrlda.r'or Attorney General. of the State of Flor.iila. F OF rriICATIOV ..(IT4t rtFEnIMll'H

one assist K Quarter >SW Quarter of NE Quarter CIt .
IH'TIOII1A 'IF
no errors Half of NW quarter C NW Quarter. of I For Comptroller of the Slat. .>f florida

NW q........ the \\7. Tp. 7. S. It. Ell E..1 Kor Trranurer of the State ,.f riorlda.rr Hereby n..t.cFI"RA.%fTATI'T' A. Ftttrh.ptirchaper .
240 Arrtfi. a.o. ... d Paul Urn.Crrtlflrale Suiierlnlendent of rublie Inatructlon rfthe of laS sal. orrtlficatea n..ml..d
NMm ."'...... All N Half of State of l-lorhla. pcctivly. r.'R and '*2. lapued liy the Tax
NW Quarter N' of Ry *, NW Quarter .'f 8 I IYo' l'.r CommUalonrr of Agriculture of the Collector of ttradfnrd ('..n" Florida, paid

EVERY WILD.EYED Quarter. 5". !I4. Tp 7. 8. R. 12 E.. 41Aerva. SiKl ,.( I'ln.d.. nlflrarp lielti,' Julv Pod 1H17. hna
fan. OF MY cigarettes, ., ..r..c...rii Paul Hnia.Certlncal F.... Two ."1.1..of the Supreme Court ofIhe filed laid .1..1. my cItIes I ha*
N. I'HT: cnibrarea' E Half of N of I'lnrlda. made appllcntlon: fot tax deed to issue ae*
/\ WAS ON his fet.. AND HE S W Quarter N 10 A of E Half of WQuarter I'"IR".,* 1.1..0 (.m"I.lon.of the State cordano* with law "i J.

aw tho package it K 14 A ...rI,,: Quarter of SWQuarter iif Fli.rula Said certltlcatca ..,.llv.'y ..mh. the "
\ to} OR Lore"else's. S p C S Half of T'%%' Quarter, of BKQuarter : For state Senator for 1Mb Senatorial I>|M.trirt fitllnwl I. landp In Itrndford. County Florida.apr.cppcd .
.. iJ 60 FVI THAT I took It from. lem 4 A In KW Cur W Half of of tin Slat* nf FI".ld. .at th. data of th* Issuance of aucheerltficalcKIn J

S S S H\V Quarter .-( SK Quarter. ft N Half. of FHQuarter For Two \t, mlirni of the llnun of 1.... *- the ..m. rcpperthfly hereinnfler .
AND :THEIR Bolt remark of HF Quarter ft B Half of NKQuarter titatlv.-. of the 11..1. t>f Florida. particularly. act forth 1..lt. i
AND SMILED and cab). of SK: Quarter 1..... B A In NE (::0 r.See. .. for Countv '" | Certificate No. CCS embrace R A In BW
@ S S I ID. TP '. R U. 22 K.. 1TB Acres, u- For Sheriff. Ci,, of Bouthweat Quarter of Sonthcapt Quarter. \

REACHED THE next county, "THEY SATISFY! ' ....."" Brooklyn Land Co.Certlfleate I For Clerk of ,h Circuit Court. fW 14. 'r,.. s. B. It. 12 E.. I Acres, *..
For County \. ear of Taaea.For cenpcd lTuknown.CcrtloCBli .
S S 2... '.'12 emltraeea "\' Quarter .
I
AND WHILE Trn not. S of NF Quartei In. Id A In NE Cor E Half Tax Oulliwlor.For N,,. B'2 embraeea Nnrtriwe'tQuarter
AND THAT smoke you smaahtvl. of NW Quarter NF. Quarter of "W Quarter i'ounty SuiM>rintrndent pf ruolia JnItructton. nf Sniilheaitt Quarter, Sec. *fl, Tp. 8.

"EXCITED. S SE Quarter of SW Quarter ,..... 10 AIn I B. U ?2! rest to arn<.. apaepped 11nk..n.
EASILY WAS ONE my"wifo.. SE Cc:.. S.-o :i-4. Tp. S. 8 II. tt E.. For' County Surveyor. l'nlfan Mtid. ,'. rllncalea, Khali li* redeemedaccording
S S ,. .. .,1 ]'h'. Cftunty Cauouml.situnu'li.Fur to law. lax lapne thereonin
S ISO Acre. anKen fd "" .klyn I tnd Co. 0..0 wi
S S S "' Membera of thr County of the lath of .. A. I'. '2n.
ahall redeemedaroordinir I "n. I..rd I dny) ."
J GUESS I wan helping niws aul fertiMralt I. '
BOUGHT AT a bargain Public trurtlon.. my sept thlath
S S S S I S the. 4lh tn day lau if IKttilH'r.mx .d..d A.will D.IPIUIIthereon 352G. I Inc J.'I.' ... of the. I'....* in 5'11 I for tha *Wln. dny t>f .I.I.I.". .Iv.'u". A 11 ll> ,0
on
:THE PITCHER,: bean. SO THAT makes It. Witness my f'fTirial aivriature, and aeal the Inw "' Ju.I. Plclrlcta, vial M.j. W. T. WFFK9.Clerk .
"' . On e.f Ihe Circuit Hiadford County,
C..I.
.
S S lit flay of ".ml" A. n. 1020
S S S lilatrlct No. Two. Florida.I8eal .
W. T. WKEK8.: I
THAT CLEAN-UP Utter, A SATISFY. I'iptrict No. Thr*. > H, C A.
Clerk Court, County. Fla.Ifleal KNIIT.
.2-- :*:-;=*: . a-. .- S CI.ul. 1.Mo.1 Hint rift No. Four.Hiatrlrt c-H-MP-10. CI.. ,
) K' C. A. KNI(3UT.P.114110i ( No. lOs.liusuriel .
AND MY good south paw, DOUBLE HEADER." IVnutyt Clerk. No. Bin.l MITICK OK r.l F.CTIOVI :

a IS p 5 >i"lrict '... Se en.Himrirt C. F. ."..... mayor of ..... Flnrlila.
HIT A tat faIL AND AFTER that. No KiBliUHlhtrlrt I.>, virtue of th. authority vcalcfj In me bylaw
To Whom It May ('NOTICE No. Nine.liintrlct do ben'by rail an election to h held at1h
S S S Take Notice hunt on the Bill day of October. No. Ten.Hmtrlct Town Hall In tb. afonwald , by th*
RIGHT TesUbwo"I I EVEN saw him.ROOTING Nu. tlcven. juallnYd voterp. I theri.n| on
IN the .. the aiply
1 |
A. D. 20.
underaitrncd. .1..1 ,..... for tin J..-
and
S S to the lion H A. Thriuhrr, of th* I'or (. .1010 In roll".I. TI'FBIMY. SFl'TFMHER 14. 1B80
: J"d.. tire Pintrtcta, IPlptrlct for of rU-cting the I following officer
E. Ba'id FOR the umpire, FiKhth Judicial. rlrruit Court. of I'lor- h|iUrpua*
AND .
Thooo. No. On.
at I-lorlda. or thacfturt :
Ida.
.h..v.
S .In..I. fur a deere .otho.ldnl IHatrict N... wo. On Mayor.On I'
.
ma b ttutnelveH, of Queen ,. PUtrlrl No. Three.luMrtrt Clerk.
the adoption
>
A FOUL tip. : I. "
hits twenty chane ry. our' ttrauihlauKhter.Thla No. ron... One Mnrxhal and Collector.Three .
S TWENTY the h ,In, of BiTt.'mWr. A. D 1020.W I Hut net No. Five.l"l"lrlrl .. Aldermen.On .
.
RIGHT ON my last lglU'. a oollgg-that' M. MAIIItY..IQSKI'IIINK N.. *41.. Apniaor.One \
Chesterfield's average on every NAttilY.OMM1I4SIOFttS Hiatrlrt No. Seven.Klilrict Treapurer.InppeeUir .
package. Trust the fans to pick "_.-p - N,,. Rlirht.Hintrirt of paid election : I'*.* I't Shaffer,

AND I was sorry. them out. An unusual blend of (' $AI.Stli.'retuy No. Nina.IMHlrlct T. N. Keiidrlrk. .lutai, Perk
No. Ten. In Icptlmuny whereof, I hereunto .
Turkish and Dorauatic-it can't be .. of nolire Ihat la certain nlven final that I decree h. untiiraltmedby of i'aftt. Hlalrlrt No. ":I.n. . tiwni, nnd catipp Ihe aal of th...,1..1..

AND AVE him one, copied. These cigarettes are trier v'r.mu< and entered In thn Circuit I'ourt In "..11.1.." whereof. .I have I Uiruiilo. nt I to IHI h..unl. alTlxed tl., loth day of .

e. -they satisfy lon..d for..llradford CA"nl", .,...1".. In Chan.eery my hand .n" affixed the Great aral 'of the irupt.m 0.
on :out h diiy of Auttiipt. A. lt>'.!0. Stat .'f .1..1.. at Tallahaaaee. th* ( '1.1..1. ISeah C. P. 100VFR.
In favor I.W I; Italney. (brie 110"".I.. Mary this" th. twenty-fourth flay of A.... '. D-l3-M-ll.il' Mayor t..k.. Fla.VHF11KAH. .

.1..". Kain> lrfnnieanl.. 1.,1. >.,. n". ,
)'urriuh. llerlle. "Cromtner .1. Sapii, .:.1.1"1 H. CLAY ('RAW."I' OF UN A I, MHCHA.K.KB I

halip. 1.... Kapp. Mario f.,..> and \ ( L. "I 'I.r.r 11.1. ..y!I"I'F dlV. fr tint* li*>r. I. th. tinder ,

Ssuu|.n. a minnr. !. .1, '3'. 8" h... nest ; To W. J. KITF.KSO! ,..unl,. l-.t-l0.2K( fltrnrd n. ndinlnlNtrHtor of th* , J. II. Johninn. n..n. willis JotuiMin.. Kenneth SherllT. 1..I ( Croft '10..0. will I'.t Yt' vouolivmnnd .
.lohnnon. soul Wllmer Johnann. minora, ----- -- -" -" -- float .. In the I..n..hl.| | (3.s,. A.

liy J. H. Juhnmin. I Ihelr next friend, rnmplHlnanta. 441'E'IAL MASTrirn "A F.Ntlc nrilli.rr. County. Jtidvio of Countv. :

and auHiiiMt Kllaa (."..,., (wl"low ), R. .. ,. hrreby irlven that "", r".l. bvvlrtiio 1-1"-" nnd ask to, t>e .i1ltxrh..riir I Rainey. Nnnnlu ...... nnil I huolxind., . f
ntnr.ThlM
< I. .. of final decree mad tht L'l'l.i it*> olAuiiunt. i. M i
a
William Ili-rn' and T' Thnmari. ..1.r."d."I.'h. man. I', the llotiorahl A 1h..h. th. nth dny nf Ainnixt, 11150 s
.. iindf-ntltriUMl a. CnrnmiaMUiiiera. .. of Circuit Court\ In .. I N. K. "'!MICK.
JuliO
and ...iI at I hi- front door of thn I courthmiic-. Itradfuril. .... .t. riorl.la. In that certain \<1mth..trr. of Estate. of M. C. (Croft Tten'ttHrrt. 2 t
in Slack, Ilrmlrord County.. Florida during Klnlaw and T. it.1I.iiley . H-rt-l't-lO-l. ,
ARE II. C.
10 T T E S .. wherein
Ca"
,. tIn 4th
tin leiiHl lioun of vala on Ilo..d. partnera under Ib. of I). t,. 0-
day of October. A. 1>. IU tlio. hlirhentand rumidainanla n.m. und I - and Comiiaiiy. or.
hlnlnw
|_L liutI'r for caah In band. tlia follow J M."". .Ir.. and F.mma Mann .. d. \ Th Uh..ntiirf., of HMO. .nd.rthus
bit dencrilied r-al vatala sItuated and tahitf \ offer for ..1.! ofrinrdlM J
frndanlp. tint ,1..I".d wi Count Hut Inn of iHHft of hue HtHt
in Itradfonl County.. Florida I.wl: liefore the Cfiurt. boua* ... Slarku, Flor.I. did lua.S one Joint 1..I.I.n turn I
The tinuth 4 llnlf of the N..lh. Quarterand of sale on Monday. t'ftlifi r
I.In. between the leifnl h"ur 1..ln"< nn nmrndmint tn tha I "
the Norlh. Half of the Suuulheu.I. Quarter .. Oclobfr ',h. IWo. the hlubnit und Hint' of 1"1".11.. And thy, mm(.n.tl..t"n,...dtn I

--I of Section Ten and the Htiulhwfat l"n. tout lildilcr. for .... th. r In.I..w. deacrlliedlancln l hy vnt. .r 1.nrll. ..r."I) the mom-
... of Northwept Quarter. anil lha N..h. .
I --- - -- .10. f In Hradford Cnnnty, Florida lo-wll : hers Ht'Hril to ... I. ; thnt tli,. VoteS iflPatut '
w.Q..I. uttvtBt
of tha CJtmrUT I
Rimthraat rnet of the pntviTVil tltHrrvMiwrtlvf
lleRlnnlnir at th c. t Joint ttondlulluft tiH>n
Button KU-vfh. all in Townithtp 8.>vrn. Hitnir* Sotilheant Quarter of Jnurnnlp with..r the, .' a'ut nays
of ,
y *
TIIEKESSATheressa We extend our' heartfelt hundred and 'fortycrew N..lh..1 Q".r. .
Habitual Cured
Constipation rontAinlnir two
Ntnrtren.
age. s.m'l B.. 7. Township 5. 4. II 21 K. and run I ttwifMtn.. unit tlicy did itctrmltt and dIrect <
pathy to the bereaved ones.Optimistic In 14 to :21 Days more or In**. Kll deirreea. K2 mill. W., IB2S feet lo BW corner lot It.r. Ml 1.1 1 Joint Itiwoluliun W ..hml..1

Sept. 10.-Mr. and :Mrs.E. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSSN" Is a Bf'f'f'lal1y. C.A. f.: citrcws.AIIEARN. of ,' ..' Q..h', of .Niuilheant, Quarter. to t... elrtulr. tit tli. Pt..t. lit the .. .. .
of I"'l fb'iireea .
Ilience turnlnK an ': l Novrml.rr. 1H80.
S. Sibley returned Friday night to : Thought.It I prepared. SyrupTonic-LaxaMve for HabitualConMipation. W. F DAVIS.CotiitriliMiitineni.A. . and 40 mln. tn the ritrbt. .1,1... runnlnir N no I..I.n. TIIKRRKOI.R.. : I. 1. r., rn\\v.

their home in Ococc after spendingthe It relieves promptly but ,ili'irre mln. F Had feet tn lbs Northwcalcorner I-'Oltl). fWrtlftrv. t>t 8lM .r State "r
ADK1NS
cod's luorr( to l r. \'('Iu lujurtu 7. 1 ..r SotithtaitQuarter < notlrr tlmt
I should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto .. fur \ '.. t)..fl'6tlMOimMt cr Northwcet Quarter rinrlilN." do Iwmlir .v *
with relatives.
past week here tiour 110.11.1. ComrliiUmntK., 'thence an anttle of fl .luwru.es .K.NKKAI, :
than It '!lo,4 to induce regular action. It StimulatesaiulKegulntes. 'u.n.n. FIFTIO/
Messrs. W. A. Jones und S. B. I Very Pleasant to TaIL).. Cue and 20 mln. to and run N HA diirreiNi will I,. tmM In spell county. In MorliU on
and US rein F.. Irian feet tha North. .. In S
Brooklyn I ttwni.'a FOII Tii< (lny nest *tiitcilliiir 'h. first M..I.
Woodard were visitors to LIeI'' bottle. InCircuit Court. ,1"'IUrATIO',... KlvlithJinliclitl ....t corner of "....hw.1 Quarter of 8f>..lh- NtwcmlMir. A. I'. Il'VO II hit until '1'.1.1' WI .

Wedncst. .y afternoon. I Circuit Itntiiritrd County In ( h....- cOst Quarter. tIn .. turnlnir an anuli.\ of linili'imea tug I tli,*

Miss Estelle Woodard and brother, OHDFR FOR ri'lll.irATION' rory.Morirtt. and 4o mln. lo .h. right runnlni ,8 "1"c'nNI tY or NovKvmrn
nurltiKn Will(.m>. I I ,drum and \t auto W. lH2r> fret lo theiwilnt for t ha. I .,r .. f 1 lit* midJulnt
You Do More Klirhth
Kilmer and Samuel attended the .dhow Work In Circuit Court. Pmir of Flurliln. fif and containing 40 and ,'In'nl.n .J..I" .
Comptiilnant 1 1."I".lnl n..lul. |' '..1. *) snsu'nutau'Ilto
Jmlicinl Circuit HrAiUonl Oiunty In l hun.C.ry. .
in Hampton Friday night. You are more ambitious and you get more v. 4-10 acres. D lean HIP. NitiRlltuttun. ..r the Slate of Morl.ln
E. KNIC.HT,
I
enjoyment out of everything when your ifll. I ICumpl.Inant W. D. Willlnmi, > vi. I
week-end at I Ver rowrll.
the < MiiMer.Soficllor
]
Kyle King spent ...'. A. 8. V'llF.WR. Special i A JOINT HRSOMtTIOM I'mpoMlntf .nAminJiiMnt
blond Is condition. In I iirenuipnt.It
his home in Lake Ga. : in good Impurities for; Complainant.' p.5.StltIiOuPFIAI. I A of cItrIc I X of 1hC'nnHtltiKl .
I'ark 1iMl tn the
npTM-itrlnir. I nT.d-.vlt( ntiirt>n I. 1..t"
the blood have effort!
J. P. PndRctt and family were visitors I a very depressing < tile system causIng weakness, laziness r..II..1 Wlllinmii. thv I Offi-ntlnnt ttu-rt'tn tinrnt'd. !I. '. 1UIT.U'1: HAI KNolire : I. Ininttnn nnd Flrmnr.. .

(to Hampton Saturday afternoon I. nervousness and sickness. nnn-rmlilt-nt of th.i I HI..'. of I'lnrltlH. mid h. U hen bf given Hint toiilrr. paul byvirtue . IdIt ItrHfilvrd lug th. irlMlHluri of Ina rI

Lawton Baylor of Brooklyn, was a CJROMi'S TASTELESS Chill 1OMCrestores : It Jinrw-nr'nir hv iTlHnvtt flnprnilfil 1n theI. IH a .i"l,nt of thn Town of Vienna tn lit.Ittal. of. .derre made on th* Hth dayof ; llrtula r
.Ill lll.'il In LI,.' nlmvr Mnlt'd CHIIMI that, II. A.PiiWfll . nf a In..1 I ft.I ..trt' fnllnwlniit mnrnilmrnt U> ttertIoii
of (iorvla and (I. over thr fitte tw.nty.uflu H. .
Honorable
Business visitor here Wednesday. Energy and Vitality liy Purifying! thu drfcnflnnt thrivln, .m'd. In n la thi.r.pfor* ordrrud tlitit said 1 A """.'. l>. IU an. l.y the Initnut .. 1.1.1. fl iif t Im ('....II.t.on of t>*. .t
xmrn ; of the Circuit' Cfiurt
Mrs. J. E. Owsley and children Mrs. and Enriching the lilutxl. When you tct>l mlilint of lbs ntjit* of I-'ln.I.I" SOul eonprnliiliimKi'lf nnn-n-rtilf-nt d I f.'iti.Hnt l I. nnd IN Itrrdir rvnulrrd A. Thraaher.for llrad'ord Juilir*couiJv, .,...hln. In itual.cu.rtplo fltnU . |.rldn print"i,v t. 1.1... pout flluanre .
no lliRt ..roc.pi. nf. .titiw| >. lirrt'liy
effect! hill nf '. fll"' l .
the <
Invigorating see .
Ha- its strengthening. tn Pl'l'aS) p a."I" J. C. Juni I. omPlalnnnt.
Miss Ida wbew-ln
Jno. Phillips and sister -.v.d ...... pod In 11111 ofIweOly.on. raii e adop l
I u. him. oVer mvf In .HliI 1 ... tn-tWa Mondiif. (h. 4th to the .1..ln. of tlm .1.l t" for
how it brings color to the cheeks arid how .a on or and N. W Home. Mntiy .
!
.. Ih..r" n'ut.u'ed thntunit I".n. I. r1
It I. vnnfml <
th r
those in Hampton yrnra : inrnrwUtlw il m nr 'Jctton lit niNt
I>
were A. .
van, among day of 1U2Q "
it improves. the appetite. you will then nnn-rifiiflrnt. rifffinfliint b.. unit !I. hcrt'livri O'.I" li rnnf.- 11 llonmark. M..ml. Ilenmark. (.11.. linn Itffi-iiflrr, tlmt Id to *** thnt Ht... :
Milfl 1.111 will trki-ll
.Uo"
M .
Friday night. ,,,,... 1,111 nf .1'1 of 10,1 furul. a '..,..II..n.. W. A ".I.w. h..1 of. lb.SusIe t
ilrcd enmrlufntfllfd C'oimlltutlon
appreciate. its true tunic value.IRQVE'S 'fi> to to Hit by ....d dcffiitliint.It .. th tin.dfralKned "ton Arllrln tt of th* .
:Ming Florence Hall is visiting. her ( TASTCLUSS Chill TOMCIs I In nnlH rtmxit on np twrnro MnndHy, thn .e I. further .rulcrcd that tliln nrclpr Ixt .nl. lea: I.will Andrewa offer for pro..1.defendanla'.r. the. *enurthiiiwe of f'lorliln is. .m..I"d ... t 0 n>nd .
4th rifir nf (h'tnn'p.) A. II. 10211. ntlwrwlHO thonlli'irfitiniiH .
:M. of Hampton. I llnhfd once a w.'i*|( for four conicvulivti writsin hftweun theletrnl futliwaSru'Iluun:
:Mrs.
sister P. Geiger Florida, .
mudiclne It Is simply lilll dofir at ,
not a patent fif itnlil will IMT tHkftn MK cnn- true Hradfonl County. Tclctrmrih. 1..k. a n'w.t'a. 41h.Itl' .
:\11'. and Mrs. W. M. Phillips. of Mi. I IRON and QUININE! ; swpi-nclcd In Syrup. i r..u.',, i,,. mid dcffndnnt. I. titihllnhi'd In mild County. and HUta.Thin hmirH of nnd Motidnv.iiI bidder Octolwr for rah Ui prn\1di. for I..tul lug Htnt timid, only (

irni, were guests of relatives here durIng So pleasant even children like it. 1 lie : It U further ordrrxd that this orntr Im AuifUNt flO, 1920. thp I tl.followlnv I. the htirhoftt dicrllu'd landa In I..d'.1o.n'y. f..r tlir |iuriM.. of r.H'lllitw| invtuIun| i,. .u.
luuI.tihed! once. Wffk for too'nnSpeftIv.. IRON) :
and
; last week. blood needQuinine to Purify In tho llradford County Tt'li-crraph. 11 (Brail I Clerk Ptrruit Court 11..lln. lo-wlt i of Bee. ri>di I >nilnir or r-'funiKnii: : l;I.unul.l ulnrndy I !Is- I.

John and Bill Hall were among to Enrich it. these reliable tonic .properties I n.."' .,,nnf>r ptihlii.ird| In itlil county unrl talct, tty C. A. KNIfiHT.D I 111.("m"'n.ln.. , E at, B the HUP.Soiithfapl ill K. comer and run Walonii KiM'd fcl a lnw r r.i. of Interest. nr f.r thMirpfM ..
"
never fail to drive out impuriiif s in Thii S-i.lrnilxT l.t, D Clvrtc. of Mfl | N I
those who took in the show at llamp. the blood. 19n.W.. T. WEFKS.ISfUll E. M JOHNS. paid See. lilt. oIl ehalna :: II." of.. .Btl drvreea Intr ft iiyMtcm nf giu.uui .....1.. paul lirldirr .

ton: last week. rlfTk riri-ii-t Court.By for Complainant., tt-S-B.-.tM rhalna nnd I II l.k. at a v..I..I" ihroii lunit thin Him* ....10.1 mirh KtilnioimMM '
: Tower of GROVE'STASTtLEbS f'I.hu. W of N A. (. .. nf vav ; .
Strength-Creating
The c. A. ICNIr3TITDeputy: I. h. Oupy I Iw r'rmrrllfr Uy .n Art of th* I.* :
:Mrs. J. E. Owsley and on. Charlie, : / Chill TONIC has made It
were visitors to Starkc Friday.Mr. the favorite tonic In thousands of home*. A 7. AI1KINS.Snllrllor to range.1 lln* thence. fif alonir h."lnnI.h ftnld\ mngeline piirwimttr. hereof fur a nynlurn of

: and Mrs. Prevatt and children More than thirty-five years ngo.! folk' r.,, Comiilnlnnnt.' 0-8-8<.10.1 In .Ihe Circuit (,NUTI'F. 1..d..d founly.. Flor.Idn. In the 8 17 South.h..I"' half to of pine Southeast Quarter, ofKic ....1 rfmdN Ass' ant S )) |>rldtr.*.mt... ilmll of. thus hot tolnl vnpnml ifm M InN *. j
|ior
of Starkc were visitors Sunday at the would ride a long distance' to jut IjKOVL': S In Chancery.CITY in. Tp H. H Hue III I':.. enlilinnliiir, llflacrea. HrNHtnitnt.nn' of 1S stale l Mt th. tint. of I...... : o
TASTtLESS Chill TONIC! when a NO'II'E: OF ris'Af. 1" n"'RGR I OF LAKE: IIUTI.ERSTM'K mure or' I lean. rt In eumiullnnu'e with ..! home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones. Rlxfy d..,.. ..(...r dHto hproiif I. thff unilvrK'trnt'd. . V A. 7. ADKINB. vnti so.nInu'at* ami thn dnoln il"Th. .

:Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Pry and children] member of their family Imd Malaria or I nfl AdminlMtrntnp of the ..1.1. of OF FLORIDA. A. S. CIIEWB. S|..lal Ma.Ur.Solicitor 1..0. ." ntturrm tiupre.,.'. hnll.o'n." h* auIuj.ta4 J
r n.
, and Mrs. Sullivan of Hamp- needed a body-budding bt.englli-givliig/ I H.....,. Nnwiinm dfH'rMiird. wilt iirMipnt myvoucher To ttie Taxpayer and CUIaena of II h. City of for' 1..1".1' '1.0. |u.| in.I.n\\. unm rrirtilntlnnii nnd r...trl<*tlotm I

Josephine tonic. v The formula is just the same today Knit final accountS In thi Hon. flea. Lake Hutler. SrI t rovld |>y law for urnrrnl olvrtlmi* In

ton: motored to our town Sunday afternoon and you can get it from any .
and were guests of :Mr. and store. CUe per bottle. ty. Kloridn And ask to IM rilneharwd .. vurnAflmlnifltralnr. of September. A. II. Itrjn at Galneavllle. In the 'In Circuit Court of Florida TKHTIMOVY: WMKHHOr.
I County nf Alachua. In the State of I'tnrMa at "I.h Jtidlelpl Clreult. llrad.ford I h.v. rvunto sat mv Imndml
Mrs. W. A. Jones. Thl. the Kith day at A.."...t. 1020n. two o'clock I' M ....'n.tha llonorablft II. A.Thr..h. County, In Chancery. .. nirixri) II,.. rireftt Steal ofRRALl .

Arthur Moorer Kilmer and Percy I B NEWBOV.AdmlnlHmtor .... Juilife of Bald court. you are refiulred J. C. Ariklna. Complainant, ( .hf> Rintit of "'1.,.. *t TaI.hula. 1- f
visitors to of F...tntft of Hardy N.omd..d. to ahow cautie., I If any you. have, why I. .... th i | thU hue !
f'.I.I..1
Woodard were amonsthe: aCn.1aaaaaaaaaaDa $-27.Utt O-2\ the bfitidx In the sum of Thirty '.h.,0 10,1.lutr. John Alexander flraham. James twsnty.pIghtlt July A.

Hampton Saturday afternoon.S. aaa I ___ _____ proiwmed, '1 lie Inaucd by anld ( .. I.al. I I. tales; Samuel. C. lane. J. l>. TI. lao. II
MiTirn' OF API- K-ATIOV KIIH T4'C nrnL'M'MI > ,, .... .
transacting business Ilutler phould nol I be valldnted a .lr.1 nlcLemtirr .1, R. Farl. J C. H. CI4AW11)Rl
Woodard .
was a HKC'TION: ITU IC TUB IN WITNFIII WHFICFOP.' : I hauc h."I. Fdl*. T. W. ritta. John R. Earl .11.181..0.20. ( Iteeyeiary :of; .t... .
in the county metropolis Mon (;KNf: 'HAI. STATUTES placed my. and official. sept tIle lit, Dint .Ir Chaa .lierlp.. W. R I..". -

I llivhy noli. In tflvcn thnt A. 7.. Adklnn.turrtif day of Auirimt. A. [>. inzo. and I. McCall pt-fend HFCD i r:
F..I. TAX
irATIOM Fish
day.The g IndigestionMany g | >fr of tux Mnlft errtlllrat numlN. >rf>drPKIHrt'yrll W T. WFEKrl .n',. ;;
which 1 IlK )1'
G. S. & F. bridge gang, IH4. iii ..r.. ..1. U4. lln' 141 I 1411.IHfi Clerk of the Circuit Court In and fur Hradfnrd It apiwarlnff by awnrn bill Slid I In the ahnv ... .. ( TII\I. 5711' :'II /
has been stationed here for several In'I! | 1543. INT. 1112. ]"'. U(. 1..... County, Florida. ....... that th. repldeiie of I. .,.. named ". I'. [
Palatka. 13 otherwise M .no, ittan4 Z\Z Imiupfl. hy 1h. lam Collector (Seal', liy C A KNIC.HT. flffentlatitH and each of II,. .. la linknnwn : Ilircliy. n..I. I. irlvrn I .1.I., .
weeks moved to persons silt flrcplit.cllvi.ly
has ; ,
past TlerlcTO .u.h. .r *f n"ml. >
Ili-iHily t.
".SI.
I.lirnIfr.i County. Flnrlfln. $sid rcrtiH.mlf ) I.1_ and each of belnir over tIn air.nf twentyone
J, L. Jones of Savannah Ga., visited 0 vigorous and healthy are Q l 84 helnK, dntivl the 2nd dny of July A. yeN l.m la .h..r.. ordered that ., I4I saul. illS Ipnu.'rt 1.1 tha Tax '
I
C.illirh.r f aalitrprllficatcp
his brother W. A. Jones. Sunday bothered occasionally with QQ II I HI' urn! cprtinr t.. St. OS. S1(4., 120 \V TAX MITICKNotice asld, ,defenilantp' ..0 each of them, ti. and ,1..1 I"u". ".y .1..1.. haaril
a follnwlnirflrarrllwd "I.d
that in- .
I I. riven
hereby th .
UI 144 IKfl. 1HH 171. 1HA. 187 m Its lit.-, hereby 'refpilred to app-ar to .
..
afternoon Monday. The effects of. 0nf. will sold at piilille auction .. be. rl kali) .. .111.. '* In my ." .. and haamailH
and indigestion. g UK illS 2"". 2IIT unil 212 lirlnir tlHtud Hiv I Hill f-f Tfiniplalnt filed In aald on or .. .
There will be preaching at the Chris- stomach on the Ilh "In) of A"""... A I) I"in. find hu flied I on the Suet Monday. .. October.' lfi2". It helnie ftM-e M..v. the Hth day of Novemtier, I IDUO "II..t..n, fur tax fliivfl t IMIII In ao.nordaitnrr .
disordered a thi tinld epptlHratnti In my nfflrn find has trade the 4th day ..r nald. month at 1.1.,1. In the fitherwliie the. allevatlona of ald "' nf ...m. .
ttian church Sunday. Everybody invited 2 system are dangerous aDd ttnrillratlon ,... t*" dt-fd Ui issue I In* fieeordmic .- I count$' of Kradford Stata of !lor.I.. or ao plaint will b. taken aa ennfeiwed .'I ..11! ul.1"r..I. Staid ...lf.R... rf...|.. following In : Florida.aptMwppd
to H < with law Th. mild .....,II..t.. rmppetlvfls much thereof a. will I.. neeeaaary I'55 the .I..d f'ounty. .
como. CI treatment of IndlgasQ ; r.,. herein, apt ofipoalte. the at th* flat raxiianc.. of suet
prompt due tavea .
mhrnpc hp followlntr land In (trad- amount '0 .th. ordered that this order lie publiphed
II. S. Roebuck went to GainesvilleMonday tlon Is Important "The only QM font' C. unty Florida. ._...d at the d.t. nf note tmiether with th.. east of >.10 tale (nre. a week for twelv. ...noueutluaweska ..rtln...>n th..namm rest'eu'ttouly hcralnaf.

where he will spend several medicine I hare nandod has thil l I..'mne. i.f cuoh e.rlinrat In th. .sm.sp.uwcti'u'tr advert IcingCorn .n"l I. In th. llradford County Tclevraiih.. a t I.r lianmiilnily H I fi.rth. 'IfiwltCfrtinral ',.
Q No |4IS crulirarm .1 NorthwestQuiprlcr
of the NF: < of SWV .
her.'io.tcr particularly u'I forth. at 'F Cor nesparpuhtiph.d In arId county and *tat
days business. ** something to aId dlg JJ of giiartcr. .lor. itO, Tp. fl,
on been t,, wit run rhalna, B .. Hirht nf way of Ibis imh. day of Augtwt. A. P. ,1W", N..hw..1
H. E. Moorer, who is employed with Q tlon and clean! the liver QM .. A C I. Tty thence ..1".1 unld rivht of W. T. H IIi. K arm, a.p..d 1 I. Colvman.:
.... W.JKI
r. rllflrau K 184 wnhranm NF: C)" r thenceN (ffrtlflcat Nn lilt cmliracca ( Ni rthwpUnartcr .
of NF:1: KR'i.
A bby. a to F line .
Fred .
the bridge gang at Palatka spent writes Mr. farmer. Q ..r KR q"...... K-.. I l. Tp. 7. B... R 21 F... way alonr ald line I. rt of W. I" (Seah .Clerk C A KNIC.IIT5llt.ISt.hl.Jt "ur.f. of Northcapt guartrr .".1 N..rh Halfof '
H McKlnncy Texas I'1 aMipfuifd K If. Jonra. Ni.rlliwf.nt. Quartar lOp SID, Tp. 7. A.
Sunday here with his family. seeps T,. u. It 21 A Owner Kitetavea IepulyNOTIfY It
J iford. PI "My medicine Is U fVrtlnfau ND. Cl ptrilirHfpa. Irfit nfl In VuoH. and .opt F., 40. P (1..Ie. 22!! K: I I'M ""''... app...pfiil I'aul llrtia.ni'pa .
:Miss Myrtle Hersey, of a a lawn tOe 15. Tp. 1. H U. 22 E.. 10 aen. 14 A of HF.% of SKlii.r and BW% of 5It'4 OF FOR TAT I' aald rprtlricatjii .10.1 redeemedarcnrdlng

pent a few days here last week withMr. a 1 af......d Herman Hhaw.C.rtincal y and SW' of FW4. Hea 7. 'In t. II. 21K UM'FII AI'PI.I'ATJIN OP 11r"1 to 'law, .deed Ipxie thertrtmn f'n)
M. Hersey. Thedford's a I No HR ..m"..... W Half of BBpiiartor : Iii A 4 Own... K.: KIta. Tax. andO.t ( 'TII\I TIP the: Inth/ flay Hopbitntier, A. I). 120 .
.
and Mrs. R. a of Sit Quarter. XMt B, Tp. 5, B R. -. PUS _I. .F''RAI. MTATJTII, ...... and Wllnea toy .;$ altrnalur* anil eal thla
Henry Woodard who has been visiting : .' K ?'> ...*.. aMieaatHl Bilaa I.upton.Tertlfirat . N'. of NW14 and "" of NWii Flitch Hereby nurehaaera'. of.I.tax.pal certificate* num.tiered hue 7th day of . A. I> l't'I' L

his parents for a few months has No H? emliraee* BK: Quarter. ifI Acres_ In NF O>.. See I". Tp i H.\.IP";\ reepectlvely Phi and 204 laptied I., th* W. WF.PKR.
I NW Quarter flee. F. Tp e. 8. R. Z2 B.. 40 M. A Owner. Kit.. (1..1 Clreult Court, nrailfnrtl .nl., Fla.
he will P T. collector of flradford County Flfirlrla J
returned to Miami where BLACKDRAUGHTa | arreti mtveiiiied Unknown. .. HI.78. dated July 2nd. 1017 liy C. A. KNK1KT.
saId eertlflrate
spend the winter months. r rtfll.... No 04 emhrarm F.: Half of K Heir ..1. >i of NFV4 of NFIand run I and Aufupt ftth. bl"". pectlvely.. baa Sled B.i-6.tl-IO; ll..uly| Clerk.

Woodard Half of SW (/....... of PK: ejuart.-r. Sea 12. S71 r_. K 4IMI ft. N 474 (.. W 4HH paid. ... In my .. and lina mad I f
John Hall and Kilmer at I, Tf 5, S R. 21 F. In A..... awiMart! "'1'I to lit of nev... Mae H. Tp. 5, I I il.o.'n application.111.1.for tax deed to'f.( .". In accordancewith ---I'1 1.4-Ii: :;;: FOP TAX rED I

have returned from a short visit for IndigestIon and stomarh rj i I known. : ff A ''. E. Kit, Taa .0 ... law.Said KKI" ITS OF THK
.. W Stilt ofTtlk .
,. .mh. I
.1111..1.I" 120 '
kind. I have (; '40H.Com thpfidlowlnir ..
JSD embrace :
Jacksonville. .. trouble of any eertlfieatea reatiectlvelv HTATD1HKNotice
visitor found anything that Un 4n In I.ulnmbin Truljy (Vi'l Huh dlv of 20. ft N of BW Car of NIt and run ,lanrlM In llradford (. f-1f>rtfla.aupppaed la h.!UCA. .. that W. B. 'ruft.tuirrha.u. _
Blanche Owsley was a business never !NF Q"..... .>f NF. Quarter See. JO. Tp. 6. nQ flU ..1' ..
Black- N its ft. F 427! ft. W 4I ft. N !! at th. date of the humane* of Such .. of Tai N i 2. dated Ii,.
11
to Gainesville a few day last touches the spot like Q SR."' s: aineaned Jemw Johnpnn.rertlAcate of pt of Ser. IN. Tp. It. It 21 F HAerva .. In the name r.siu'eilv.Iy hfreln- Sth flay of 1..1.1..111..1.. .. hap tiled pair

Draught. I take It In broken __ No liiniluraecu 8F Quarter --Owrner J reaeoefc. Ta>. andeoata. .tnr..l... |,. .. Net ,....h. to.wit'rvntncate certificate my and hap tnadu application .
(W 54. Tp 5. B. R. 22 E.. 40 .t.
D lone Un i SE: Quarter 10.
week.W. after mAal. For a No 212 embrace the NnrlheaptQuarter tax deed issue In accordance with
'
fur
doses 1 I.
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trip ... KMMted J B. rot .
made business < Com at Cor of SEi/4 ( f BWI4 and runS
A. Jones a of Quarter 111
which grIped Q exne.pt neraM4. sw. .
I tried pill" '. pmtimeea A Slut" of 1."lh..t
time ( rtifiralf N" 149 70 W 210\ yrt at !.*. I <.. Tp. 22 E: 22 area. aaa.s.sdl'nka.uwn Hald "*rllAcat embrace th* following da.anrlhed .
to afternoon. good _. ., .
Monday the 1 lessNI I
Hampton if and didn't give ;'" Half nf IxM 9. d Half f I..t lo t hence / yda, W 70 yd.. N 70 property, iltiaud In county.Florida I
.
Mr and Mrs. Simuel Holder and a results. Buck-Draught liver MQ I \ S"" Tp ", 8..i.2GE.45aecss. F. 7n ,d 1.<, pt of heir Bee IK Tp n. Nn 2011 embrace the Wept Half tn-wlt : Ut I or 1..1..0 N. of

children spent Sunday at :Melrone medicine Is ..sty to take easy; Q u'I r.rMnrat J1< Nn flhaw.I'll Jr.embraAea MR Quarter of 21 r. A... Owner John WllllamaTa ,u l f..tf.ot.1.lf of Nurlhweit Quartey A Northrapt N/.rthwat (...,.,. ,H.,.. 00. Tp 4, 8. I.I..1 F... .
and eoat. *t.S.
.
who ill. They ZZ Inexpensive.. ..., I. Tl., 7. 8. K. 21 E., 40 (/. of No.lh."t Quarler .r Nnpth- 60 aerp*
with her mother was to keep Q >F'I. O. C. HASP '
.
a mast Quarter P. 1.lr of 8oulhea Ciuuartee The tald land t"lnl apaeaNed at th data of
returned home in the afternoon. leaving O.t a package, from ;your 1 it' r.fif.rnt> a.. Miied. Nn Ida' \I1 M. embraces I'ratt. H Half of fl Marshal anti CollentnrSOTIf of Nnrtheapt (1. nf Nnrthwcat Quarter the htpuanr of .". certificate In th. nam .
A flaat: Half of Northeapt tt of ( Wllllamii. Unleaa aald eertltlcat
getting up"
well and H Ask for and of'a'
her .f NW C NF' Quarter I".t.
today < Quarter
apparently druggist! F. I"" r .r' j
;
K OF .::1 P.TtM 'Stouth'a.l. Quarter nf N..lhw. bnll. I be rpdeemed atteftrillng to inn las d red
Ser 10 Tp T, 8. It. 21 B., Mn .
"':"lift- as well as could bo expected.Monday P Insist upon Thedford'a-the Ufjj ,<'''.o >d W. A. Maya. To th. Sheriff of I!rl ford County, tif th* Northwept Quarter of Northvapt Quarter ofBoulhtapt wilt iNpue thereon on th. Illth/ day of tteptamber. -
< a* afM
morning they were notified Dfj I I < < itllVauNn 171 .mb'.... BE Qu._, Slate ..f Florida : Quarter of N'irthwpat Quarter ABntith A II. 1920.Witn.a .
late only; genuine. ' R. f. II It known that I. H. CI.AY Half of Botitheant Quarter of rlorth- my offle'al' .1"nIU' sad seal thla
the of NF Seq 17. 1'1' 8. M r'r"WrORO.
that she had died during H ...Qimrtor. jonea.rvmflrai. Socretary of '. of tin Stat w.at OmrtfT A Mora Get It today. ") ..- assessed K. H. V"d. .
hours Sunday night. :'tIN. :Malphur-] I. Nil* embrmMa All. Bf.. U.I hereby Itiv notice that aGItNEKAL (Juarler of Northwest Quarlr Waat T. W'fKS.:

had been in failing health for several aD EM aaaaaaacaaaaaaa Ti, S Rft E. S40 ........ _4 r.al rl.ErnON' I.1 I! If.... Will b* nalil' In Kradrnrd Countr. Utab ofFlorida Nnrthwpat Quarter t West llulf of ( O. A. KNKillT, .I.

years having a goitre on her ne old
combined with other diseases and '

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BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1920.

PAGE FOUR --

,. --:'l visitor;; -here the latter part of last ,_ _.......:.care;;,:: 't.. ...- II\\;

Bradford County Telegraph 1 week leaving Sunday afternoon on aI I ; .
I.
I busn"el. trip to New York and other

1 north and ('ut.I .
ablmhrd Wwkly.. ar.d "Dltrtod anBd en. 1 I points ;:
Mr. James Shepard and children /&' s.sj t' }JNl
pint-office, at .
c-lsw matrrr at the are spending a few weeks with rela- rf il l .'-
Ktarkr. norMa 1 i lives in Ellijay, Ga. !llM -- 2 r

==-- -0- James Shepard spent Sunday in !1 a B s 3 y:
K. S. MATTHEWS. Kxiitor and Owner.f Starke as the guest of roadmaster S. '

,. I; A, Bryan :1kILa i (

,- n.. ,. . R .,.-" .. ..'. .. Lawrence Griflls, of Jacksonville, 3 ] i ': aao!
=
j I '",1 I I vihitcd> relatives in Lawtey Sunday. _
1 Mils Delia Blanchard spent a day
f 1 lor two last week at Kingsley lake as
If the negro women register and I i, the guest of Mrs. W. E. Torode. ' (' 119 1. r" 1 t H' a.

) the white women do not what will be. Miss Myrtle Sapp was a visitor to J
come of the democratic party In Florida I Starke Tuesday.Mrs. .

?-TimesUnion.In the. date would vote I Dock Norman, of Raiford is '. _ _ ts8. .
that event
,
However, this contingency spending: few days this week at the -4 It
for Harding.
There has been :i home of Mr. and Mrs. C..R. Sapp. t "
will not arise. : UI
j only a small portion of the negro 1'aul Dinkinx, of Jacksonville, was
males registered' in Florida, and these | visiting relatives in Lawtey last
were owners of real estate. The ne- | w eek. I I Ir
pro has ceased his activity in politicsin Henry Burney was a visitor to the
this elate.! -Apalachicola Times. 1 metropolis Wednesday.Mr. .

I and Mrs J. M. Muse, of Jack ,'

The liiadford county cane crop is sonville, were In Lawtey first of the I
]larger; than ever before. As everything week enroute to.1)'al cemetery at
points to high price for syrup, Vanderbilt where they buried their
our advice to the farmers is that they daughter, Mrs. Ardell Browning, on
make all the syrup then can, without Tuesday. The deceased passed awayat
depriving themselves of bred cane for her late home\ in Lakeland last This section certainly. owes

planting a yet larger area of cane week.
next season. If they can still have : Herbert Ritch, of Starke, visited
seed cane left it can be sold at Rood friends in Lawtey Sunday

prices. There will probably be prop. i I Mr. and Mrs. Rich Muse, of Sanford lot to. the automobiS ie
agenda launched to discourage syrup !i were visiting relatives in Law- a
making by the sugar and artificial syrup I tey the first .partof .the week. They
interests, as well as by the syndicates were.on. their way home after attend
who want cheap need cane and I ing the burial CfIrs.. Browning at

plenty tations.of By it for following stocking the their advice plan we Dyal cemetery. at it just from big car, but the man \''..''ith.the :
Fred and Robert Moore and Edward
have given the farmers will lose nothing COK
and the mediumpoint
but come out "on top." Better be Durban spent Monday in Jacksonville business standsmall car,
and Pablo Beach.
safe. than sorry. John Marr, of Highland: was a visitor compared with sized car. .
i to Lawtey Saturday. ,
d If the Telegraph: has of late showedup Alfred Muse, of Jacksonville, was m
the true conditions of Starke, there a visitor to Lawtey first of the week.J say, ten years ago-or ",
is occasion for to hold up Mizelle of Baldwin visited
no anyone I Ij B. We U.S. Tires
j i his hands in holy horror and accuse us I friends in Lawtey Sunday even five. represent

, of injuring the town in the eyes of A. A. Crews, of Highland visited for that reason-because
outsiders. We have told some unpleasant relatives and friends here Sunday.

truths in order to arouse our citizens Rev E. I), Buyer filled his appointment Everything speeded their policy is the same as
to the necessity for inaugurating at the Baptist church Sunday,
another state of things: for the it being the last service of the pas- upmade easier. ours-every tire as good as
betterment, Starke. If we had not torial year Conference convened im.

I done so, we would have been derelict mediately after the services for the Nearly every businessman you can get it, regardless of
j of duty, "Small town talk," where purpose of calling a new preacher and
shortcomings are unmentioned or I Rev. Boyer was unanimously electedfor cording.I ct your to (A tlt* .rodt eo- depending on the the size of the car it is to
of date. The
else whitewashed, are out another year.
newspapers of every town in Florida Joe Allen and B. L. Blanchard came they have to frare/ automobile to trans0 on.
that aspires to growth, point out over from Jacksonville and spent Sunday In sandy or hilly country -
shortcomings as well na advantages: at their homes. wherever the going himself
well knowing that no movement for James Lowery, of Glen St. Mary, l. apt to be heavy-The port and his It was that policy:) which.

improvement can come as long as the was visiting relatives" in Lawtey Sun U. S. NOb Y. led to the introduction of the
citizens are lulled to sleep by the be- day. products.
lief that no improvement is needed. For ordinary country
; roadThe U. S. Chain automobile? tire
I A Child No Longer // straightside ,

'I! What Is sauce for the goose is not Mother, can not I have my dresses or UKO. the pneumatic truck: lire.And : .
I always Pause for the gander.: In Florida come an inch below, my knees For front wheelThe That is one reason, perhaps -

at )least ,in the more backward No, daughter, you are too old for U. 6. Plain. can't beat it..
counties, it is the custom to lead the that. For beat results why more attention isbeing you

drain water from the road ditchrg to 55 ryvhtrV.. S.
the nearest pond or other outlet, with- CORN GRINDING Royal Cords. paid to tires-why tire 77
t out caring for consequences. If farmers I
have been damaged thereby they costs are being figured closer
Beginning with next Saturday, September .U. S. Tires are guaranteed
have held their and ditched I
peace 11th we will grind corn for q 'G
the water that the road workers z and people are beginning to
away customers every Saturday, at our millin \ ; for life, with no limitation
flooded them with. But that procedure -
T which will do for "dirt" roads Starke., GRIFFIN & JOHNS. look for better tires. of mileage.We .

will not do for railroads, the Florida --- ._.. .

East Coast may find out to Its cost. Mrs. Frank( Lane, after a visit ofa believe that people are It will to talk to
had ditched pay you
Near Hustings employes
/ ; WriWRD-NOe5Y-OWN/ -
few in the with her
days city parents USWptAlllentitled '
the water from the tracksand to better tires-the
onto some away furmrrn' potato fields, Mr. and Mrs W. G. Richardson., us about tires, if you are
has gone to Rtnrke where she will visit
causing the crops to rot it is allc with friends for a few days before looking at them from a
. Eight of the farmer thus hurt have
. returning to her home in Live Oak.-
t filed asking suit l for against$400,000 the damages railway company Gainesville\ News' Wednesday.Miss Not only the man with the business standpoint.

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Jennie'Thomas returned home
If a railway employe loafs on his last Thursday from Charleston, S. C.,
job or smashes rolling stock the company where he has been visiting her sister -
makes its losses good by charging : Mrs. Arthur Murrhec. .
higher rates. If n manufacturer United States TiresSTARKE

employs ignorant, lazy or careless Mrs. W. II. Graham and little son,
help, ho can yet afford to pay high Hilly, Misses Kathleen and Aileen Alvarez
wages: for the loss is not his, but is have returned home after
t pawned on to the buyers of his wares. spending the past two months in
If a merchant loses money through injudicious Waynesvillc, N. C.
buying:, bad debts or spoiling -
of lerishablegoods: he "should Miss Lucy Powell hat returned
worry," for he transfer his losses to home after a visit with her daughter: VULCANIZING WORKS ,FORD GARAGE STARKE
his customers, who must pay higher: Mrs. B. B. Hopson in Akron Ohio ,
prices. Everybody has n redress for SERVICE GARAGE WALDO Maceo Hicks
( joss or inofllcii-ncy except tho ultimate Friends of Miss Anna Canova and Proprietor
consumer. In pre-war times when all\ Leo Canova, who are members of the
J dealers were compelled to keep the Adams Floating Theatre Co., will be
Fame prices of commodities, the inefficient p
Interested to know that they are enjoying
or careless had to foot his own ; "a delightful season several
louses. These days, when no attempt weeks of which being on Chesapeake,
is made to keep prices evvn, each dealer Buy and recent inland sight seeing
trios to grab all he can, and the oftentimes trips including Washington, D. C., of her cousin, Miss Madge Middleton. SYRUP BARRELSTwo
r cureless buyers pay what istiskod. and a few days in New York City, ----"- cars just received. Buy early
Cood.M! i can even now be had at guests ot Lt. R. B. Perry, U. S. N. Mr. and Mrs. Otto GrolT and! daughter or do without. If you do not believe
1''allonablorlrell.\ but it requires cash This week they will attend the famous Grace, of IJradontown stopped. this just ask some one who knows. I _
and time to haggle: over prices In the races at Havre le Grace, bid, and the over in Starke with relatives Sunday. They are going fast. Come at once. ,, ciiiih
different stores state fair at Wilmington, Del They were enroute home from' Asheville H. L. Fowler, Lake Butler. 820tf.
1 N. C. '
POST CARD 11.\Y Deputy Sheriff W. W Baisden wentto REGISTRATION NOTICE I ,
Jacksonville Thursday after twonegroes ANNOUNCEMENTSFor Notice is hereby given that the n.-r'1
The Florida development board has wanted for desertion and obtaining htJ'ation"JOkll will be open in the
Biiggcttted: that October 1st be observed : money under false pretense. Marshal several election precincts of Bradford',: :/ h
and Collector
an post card day In celebration of county from September f.th to October I
tourist rate tickets to Florida bring :'lIsstadg: (' Middleton has lIa her I hereby announce myself a candidate !Pth, 1920 for the registration of I
available, and request all 1 loyal Flori- Miss Maggie Maxwell of for re-election to the office of electors. District registration officers: $
dians to mail attractive post cards to guests and Miss Nellie! O'Keefe, marshal and collector of the town of who will have charge of the books e
friends and acquaintances in other If Hampton Adele,,Ga. Starke. My record is well known to have been appointed as follows: I I Ia
states, informing them that the ticket all the voters, and if It baa met with District No. 1, Lawtey, Louis II. .
their approval and they elect me for hill. I
sale continues from October 1st toApril :Miss Aileno fowling has returned
30th, with final limit of May to her home in Jacksonville after another term I promise to do my full District No. 2, Lake Butler, Wm.
31st. duty, as in the past, and work for the Johnson.
several weeks here the guest
I'\'' This is an excellent opportunity for spending good of Starke. I earnestly solicit the District No. 3, Palestine, J. H.
;; support of the voters at the ensuing Greene.
:
readers of the Telegraph to boost NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX PEED I
Starke all an 1 ideal city, by sending out UM: >FK BH'TION ITS OF THE town election SILAS KITE. District No. 4, Providence, D. C. t

several thousand post cards. urgingthe Nnltlc I..FMKAL hereby *lvim HTATl'TtS that : I.. H Hill.imrvhitMr Williams Jjr:
recipients to come here as soon as of Tn (Ortlltral No. It dated the I am a candidate for city marshal District No. 5, Brooker, B. F. HaKen. -
jioHHihlo and enjoy our fine autumn Mh lny nf Au....... A. D. laid. h.. .sled' .nKItvttitientf and earnestly solicit the support of .
end) hNN maHv HmiU
in ofTIc *
months OHtiitn fur tux my deed to IMU In nccnrtlHnewith all the voters at the election Sept. District No. 6, Starke, J. F. Kickli-
,...... Said' ..rtltl....t embrace the ftillimlnir 14th. I have nothing against the Michelin small-size casings and tubes cost little if anymore
I
LAWTEYLawley fortl' County.dvwcrUwd Florida proiwrty l to-wit. situated: In Brnil present marshal and am not fighting: ter.District No.7, Hampton, A. than ordinary makes. Ask us for prices.SMITH'S .
I Lots lit 2S In WootiUwn. Pre U. Tp I, him, neither am I a candidate of any Futch. A'I '
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Si-pt. 10.-Dr. and Mrs. E. 8.The U 22 recd!E! .lend 20 ..bolna..-.. Mimiea' m the ditt man or faction of men. I am making District! No. 8, Raiford W. H. GARAGE STARKE. FLORIDA
L. Biggs were visitors to Law-ley last of th* iMimncp of Bitch certificate In the name the race solely on my own initiative.I I drews, Jr.District.
Sunday. ,, of Unknown.' Unless ..!(! certificate hall bWtlt'fmrd .. am a taxpayer and if elected will No. 9, Worthington, R. T.
Kccorttihv to '.w. tnx devil will IHHII
Miss Beside Terry of Jacksonville, I' thereon on the llth liny of Oelobvr, A., D. devote my entire time to the office and Taylor.
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. 1V20.W. will be found on the job at all times. District .No. 10, New River. H. T. ,
and !Mrs. T. J. Terry the Vth ltm*day a my of offieinl a.i.lember lirnMuY. A. I). and l"l0.! m>.1.1hl. It will\ be my ambition if elected to Colds; Cause limp and InfluenzaLAXATIVE Purnell. Klnr'C.!
Miss.Eunice Dmkins was a visitorto I W. T WEEK serve all alike. In other words a :BROMO QGTvNETableta: nmov*the District No. 11, Graham, C, B. Rob A. KNIGHT. >
Stare Tuesday. (!Wan) By C.Clerk A. Circuit KNIGHT.I Court.' square deal to. all will be my constant "",UM. Theta It only one .'Bro_ Qulnlr erts. Supervisor of Registration for Brau

J. D. Randall, of Orlando, was a. 9.lo.at-t9-s. _... Deputy Cl.rk. aim. J. B. SAPP. C. W GROVE',-B.,. ..m hex Sue.tl ( District No. 12, Theressa, R. M. ford County. 922t:!







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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 10. 1920.
-- BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE FIVF t'

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I retake specialty of caring for hunting coming to Florida, you should ask Mr.

and fishing parties Iniuan for folders to send them rL


Bits of LocalInformation :\In. II. L. Brownlee it pending CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
several weeks in Jacksonville

I I FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry- I Fall Season 1 920 ; -

Mrs. r E. Robbing has returned to plants. A. Bronke, Starke. 9-n-2t.
her homt in Eustis after a week's ,'Is.I .. l I I'OR
it with Mrs G. C. Sweat. SALE:-First class milk and :
1 Rw.. r.ly O.. ?_,... 7us.g1 I I cow
r.- . ... some stock cattle. W. E.
* M C r * TMM.
| Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Sweat, of Jack- ough, Starke. Yarbor-I Your Presence Is I Requested at-Ouf l

,. KonvilJr.] arc visiting G. C. Sweat and

w..r+_. I,i family. FOR SALE-One fine large young .
cow, with heifer calf. 11. M.
Sn'a i idcr.
Shoe Sale at Stump's. essary.J. I :Miss S. E, Sweat has gone to Lynch. fi-3-t. ,I MILLINERY OPENING

| burp! Va.| for a few month.
j S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was in T. Quigley made a business trip i, ____ FOR SALt: j>.iii Model j j'ol'd) Touring .
town Monday to the metropolis Saturday I :'oIl'll'allce Winters and eon, arc car. Good condition. Dr E. L. .

II i ______________ ; visiting: :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Biggs, Starke. It* t

R.: D. Kelly has moved with his I Xote the price reductions given i in, this week. -- -,--_ Tuesday Wednesday 1'1'a
FOR Thursday
SALE--Klo
family to Plant City. the Turner's Drug Store adv. ndykestrawberryplants. ,
i I| A, A. Futch, cashier of the ]Hampton A. J. Thomas, Rout 8,

A. J. Williams has moved to Wil- W II. Andrews, Jr., of Raiford, wasa |I !State Bank, was a business visitorto Starke. 0-10-3t- 4
liston with his family business visitor to Starke Tuesday Ftarke Wednesday.Mrs. .
Mrs J. E. Owsley and lon, of Theresaa .

A. A. Hazen was among: the Brook. I], Turner's Drug Store has lowered I : Cora Sanders, Miss Rosa Belle were in Starke Friday shop September J 14, J 15 1 16.

tr visitors to Starke Monday. prices on all medicines and supplies j heat... W. W. Baisdcn and wife and ping. v

I -" Paul Baisden, of Jacksonville' were SAiE'= I i 1
Mrs W. E. Middleton returned Sat. i:' Attorney A, Z. Adkins made a bus. guests of the Misses Haisden Sunday. FOR 18 head of pasture raised

uiday from a visit to Eau Gallic. iness trip to Gainesville Friday. I hop. W. A. Dubose, Starke, '
t a :Miss Irma Stilley returned home Fla. 1-1 0.2t- MRS. ONIE PONS

The section houses near the depotare J. B. Dowling, of Lake Butler, was Tuesday after a pleasant visit with -
being reehinglcd and repaired. 1 a business visitor to Starke Monday Miss Cora E. Lea, of Jacksonville! LOST-In town, auto drive shaft in
two pieces, one piece about four
I
Henry Varnes, of Johnstown, had :Mr. and Mrs O. B, Gordon, of Rai- J. W.: White and daughter Miss feet, other about 1 foot long. Re-I Lake Street, Lake Butler, Fla
business before the boards Monday. ,, ford, were visitors to Starke Monday.I Cassie went up to Jacksonville the ward if returned to J. T ) ,
II first of the week.
I I
FOR SALE sewing
E\ery day is bargain day at''I $ money on all your supplies by in -One machine
Stump's.Allan purchasing from Turner's Drug Store. I J. E. Maine Jr., of Lake Butler perfect condition. Can be .
j I is the truest of Hollis Knight this seen at the Futch building, Starke. .

Canova spent the weekendwith Next Monday being the Jewish holiday | week. J. E. has many friend here W. Every Uuvis. P-8-21

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. the store of Sam Rosenberg will 'who are delighted to see him again. ,
Canova. >, be closed. I ________________ CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Writ* for I 1
,I Miss Margaret Livingston has returned prices and ship your ties of all ;
Griffin & Johns make frequent shipments James Kickliter has returned to to her home in Tampa after a grades to Cress Manufacturing Co.,
of shingles, by carload and in I I I Auburn, Technical School to resume lengthy visit with her aunt, Miss Kate Jacksonville, Florida. 8-1I.20-1)1'e i Quality & Price i

small lots. I I II!: his studies. Livingston I I :
I I FOR SALE-$550 will buy a 1920

C. R. Ensey, of Jacksonville, was in I|I Checked Homespun 25c yard I Something frequently suggested! by Chevrolet touring car in first class .
Starke Monday attending to his inter. at Stump's. I the Telegraph, a trap shooting club condition; extra tire with car. Sam !
eats here. i for Staike, has rome to pass. It has Rosenberg, Starke. 820tf. Our success! depends larsrely I on you and in pleasing -

I Harold C. Wall, the live insurance already 35 members. We will give I you and in furnishing you good! merchandise! at the

Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs have returned man, made a business trip to Gainesville 1 particulars next week. FOR SALE; -Fino! cow and heifer calf right price. Our business i.s planned along: these lines, I t't:

from a pleasant trip in Hendersonville I, Friday. three weeks old.l Cow gh'inJabout; I and WK: CONSIDKIt: NO SALE COMPLETE UNTIL i H
I I W. A. Crosby and family have been 14 quests milk. A chance to buy a
N. C. YOU ARE SATISFKH.We : '
fine milker
Messrs. I. W. and Lester Pinholbter spending a Ileasunt'acatlon at at a reasonable price. I
lake the Kickli- N, B. ]Hull, Starke. It. i buy standard It'OIllIIl-th best' the market affords I
I Kingsley occupying
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Barrett and lit and Mrs. Oliver, of Brooker, were vis- 1 1I
tIe daughter, Stella, have moved here iton to Starke Monday tcr cottage.Reorge! --and work in every possible' way to supply you r'l'
from Palatka. I FOR SALE--Missionary! and! Klon- ,I THE IIXIIWIII.lm AT THE I\tJNIl\llJl\ll'lUn :

I, The regular cervices for Sunday I Thomas and family left yesterday dyke strawberry plants, 10,0(10( up, We are asking' for your luminous on the basis' that you
T A. Brinson and family are at I and the week following will be held for their home in Stuart, after $5 thousand, express paid. l.OOO( pet a SiJUAKK DEAL and HONEST PRICE with every
home after a visit of several weeksat at the Baptist church. Handing" several. weeks at Kingsleylake postpaid, $ .r.o. Order) now. Juliun purchase made at THIS STORE. 1
Georgia and Florida points. and visiting at the home of L. II. Long Columbia, S, C. {0-10-41 I
W. Kickliter. SERVICE COIJN'I'S-TIIAT"S WHERE WE SHINE +
I If you wish to either buy or hell a I

J. II. Dowling, an old-time Floridianand farm see Inman, E. A, Strout Farm FOR SALE-4 acres of cane; want I I Helow you will tin,11I few prices which will startle t
prominent citizen of the Raiford Agency, at Starke, Fla. :Misses Gertrude and Louise Scott, to sell in patch; also 100 acres < \\'tlntl'l(1 to establish (UJAI.ITANU PRICE:
who have been spending the summerat you. a
section, was in town Monday. I good pasture, almost all in velvet
II C. Richard has been with friendson Clayton, Ga., are here visiting: beans', some corn on ground water in we. STORE. ,

:Mrs. L. G. Powell has returned from I an automobile trip to Orlando and their grandfather, Dr. A. L. Scott insured in pasture Will sell cheap I :Wc> sire, Vlcks Sake--------------------------$! .25:

a trip to Tillman, S. C., and Hartford, other South Florida points.P. and F. A. Scott and family. to right: buyer. Call on or write to :Oc( t sl/e Drews Salle-------------------------20 '

Conn., where .she visited relatives.E. I S. McMillan returned home.Wed. l III' II. M. Clarvoe, state veterinary the Lake tracks Butler.the first day of the count 3-3t.:! :lOc) she Throe SIxtH.2.p . ____ "" _____ _____ -______ .2.1:>> I'

several I surgeon: is in Lake Butler this week. Auto and : c sire S. K. & I"'. Anplrln, hiss __ ___ _ _______ .20 I II
S, Matthews and family at j nesday night after a visit of tops auto painting M.
are I : Hire ___ __ __ __ _ __ ___ .20
home again after spending several days to his old home at :McRae, Ga. I Starke is fortunate to have Dr. Clarvoe Leviton, Staike. -3-tf i 2.r c Itayer's Anplrin _
weeks at their cottage at Kingsleylake. 1 : make his headquarters here while -- I $1.00..l/t( Wine of (Cartful__________ _________ :10! t

J. E. Wainwright, chief clerk in he! serves four counties. I : 2.ric .si/e Illark DraiiKltt _________________-___ .20 i iI
I the U. S. Land Office, Gainesville, was I I I $1.25: .M/e NyalVi Cod Liter (111----------------' 1.00) ;.
SYRUPFor ..
Rev Elliott Williams has established in Starke Monday, visiting relatives. The Ladies Aid of the 1'uptUt .">e: hire I Nyal" Milk I MatrneHia: : ___ __ _ _________ .(J58.M .
church will hold call mt'etinnext
a flourishing Sunday school at Pine a I : .hire N>'ar*' Mineral 1111---------------____ 70 :
:\11'. and Mrs. A. n. Kirby and Errol :Monday afternoon at four o'clock at I '
Forest church, in the Alfalfa settlement 25r hire ( alt".HTII\"uml.owdl'r.-----------\ .20 I ,
the residence it Mrs. A. M. Darby.
Alvarez Wednesday motored with to Mr.Raiford and Mrs.and spent L. B. I This call meeting( will take place of Sale K'c ...1/! .. ( "' Cashmere. I ItoiKjuet Soup_____ .10 I .;,

J.1l'foIl/'l'nlmOl \t'HolIllharMrur!l __ _ 1.00 i
E A. Stiout Farm Agency !sold Ritch. the regular meeting for September I --- --- t
-- HI'E'I'\I.-Jlr .sl/e Florlll.i :t for _ _ __ .25:
4.-1J7:! farms lust year, 401 last month. I < -mt* - ** i I ; Soup.
We can sell yours. Consult Inman, Meiisr. G. W. Hazen, II, 1'. Game:', Rev and Mrs, B. I). Law, Mrs Alice Genuine Cane HI'E.IA..JI(> ni'e Armnur'H Squares :.t t for .2:; !

Starke, Fla. 94tf. A. A. Hazen and E. J. Lewis, of Law and Miss Doris Law, who have Syrup Not only the above prices but hundred of others"
been spending the two weeks at
business in I past
:\11'. and Mrs Taylor Moore and Starke Urooker Monday, were transacting Kingsley lake, returned home yester $1.50 per. gal. Any will be in effect in this" storeS'e want your business, Ii I
i and! what W e want to do In to come und ask the
day. from i you
chl'dren! and Lee Hoffman, of Jacksonville quantity one gal.
W. B. Harvard and I price of our merchandise. have not only the quality I
are guests of !Mr. and Mrs. J. :Mr. and Mrs.
R. Davis at Kingsley lake. sons, William and Richard, are at The young ji.ople, of the ake Duller to 65 barrels. but the price.Turner's' I
home again: after spending the sum e B. Y. T. U. will come to Starko : I

:Miss Margaret Mozo, who has been I mer at Pablo Beach ,I next Sunday evening and conduct services l
the attractive guest of her aunt, Mrs.A. I at the Baptist church. Every. Store

11. Freeman, and Miss Florence It never rains, it never gets too one invited to this special! service DE WITT C. JONES Drug e
Matthews, left Tuesday morning for I hot, it never gels! too cold to be on the I I II
her home in Jacksonville job. E. A. Mrout's agent or representative Capt. I), C. Jones is building annex I I
is always on hand. j to his hardware store on the southto STARKE, FLA. I.,
relieve congestion; of gKnudH, If
Geo. W. Baisden returned to Jack- ------ I
sonville Monday after a few days George D. Berry, who has been vis- there be any space left It will be
spent here with relatives. He was sting at the Kingsley: lake cottage of ,,, utilized as a rest room for "Saman- !\lti1lJnlllllDIDDflC1lalWCtllCIfIIIc.aWI"p'' \ ; ( i
"
accompanied home by a little son of Mr. and :Mrs. F. A. Scott, returned to this I t
Ben Stilley. I his home in Tampa'Saturday. .
:Mrs Sarah L. Hnmrirk has And a Full Line ofUndertah.r.

C. N. Cooper, who has lately recov- !\ Allen Johns has sufficiently recovered ed home after spending rl'turn'l} .' Supplies Family SuccessThere
days' illness- be months with relatives and t --- I!
ered from his illness, is again at work. j' from a ten r.
He has recently built a convenient j' out again. He was taken ill at Camp Washington, Savannah AUTOMOBILE: IIKAICSK;
ladder track in Griffin & Johns' big Johnston while on encampment and points in North Carolina. Mr. : Always on hand. Tile Lest n' 1""I..e >
department store. I Hnmriek will open her kindegarten j I at the lowest prices.' Special 1
All Ladies Hats on sale at 9Sc eland next Monday morning. at nina attention to telegraph Or-
,
Yellow Homespun 23c: at F. F. at Stump's. o'clock. I em. Itcgletered Embalmer.

Slump's. C. A. Knight after spending: T. S. Williams has been more than I DeWITf i
I Mrs. : C. JON S
Mrs. C. L. Morrow and daughters, i several weeks in Atlanta getting new.i'!': usually busy this week to "scare up"I' i ""l are many families in and around Stnrke +

Misses Mary, Lucile and :Mabel, and ideas about millinery, has accepted a enough sweet potatoes to fill his or- : STARKE, FLA. who hate more than one hank account at the Hank of
Ron Charlie, returned Friday to their In City for this 1t'8Son,1 I|! dcrs. Besides a number of express I, ,.IJLIWClIIIIIJICIIIaImCJmcDIw.JlDl'IcnrnmIDUlIDIOOU': :
I withiothe plant I orders, he has culls for three carloads! Starke. In each instance, each hank account owner Is
!
home in Tampa, after a visit at
Kingsley: lake withIn! F. A. Scott _. I: of potatoes. It is rather early in the well known here. We want to become better acquainted .
I Imal'ket
and family. !SYRUP BARRELS : season for many potatoes to be in the i I with the different members' of the milieu who mayor
but :Mr. Williams will get I
them somehow. THOMASCROWN may not have an account with UH.
Mrs J. 0, Traxler and son. Robert I H. L FOWLER _____ ____ I]

Lee"pf'ndinSDme returned time home with Sunday:Mr. Trax-after, LAKE BUTLER ELA.$375 I II. The Telegraph has just printed for j When the individual members, old and young,

ler, who is the agricultoral adviser of I I. I'I G. M. Inman, representing the Strout bank here, each receives hank service that is helpful

Worth county, Ga., being located at i A. B. Johns returned the to home Tampa of Farm of Agency folders in advertising Starke, a large Bradford number hiM or her interests are advanced and thuM the family .
:Monday after a vwit at
family Sylvester. :Mr. Traxler will move his : his mother, Mrs. :M f. Johns Mr. ,:,! county as a whole, and properties the ax a unit keeps Step with. the advance of each member.
October
by 1st. of hall for sale. We have never .
Johns was called here on account agency'
The court I I the illness of his little niece, Virginia seen a b.tter'ritu'n land advertisement Two-Speed We want more of the families of Starke and Urad- j f
front of the $900
portion I and brother, Allen and all of it is true. If you
house fence is "on the hog." It is Corinne Alvarez, have friends elsewhere who think of ford County to Join our "Family of DepOMitorit. J'
broken, crooked and tied with haywire Johns. fft
I.
. Why not take out the worst MOWING

sections: them and with move good them sections back, replacing found a [successful Jr, A. J. (Johnson practitioner for several at Raiford yearn, J\UlEnT-II FREEMAN, M. I). w wBank

elsewhere. left Tuesday for Ft. Tierce, where he PHYSICIAN AM) SURGEON

will engage! in the practice of medi- I WALNUT STREET, NEAR CALL MACHINESThe I

:Many of our lads are willing to I!i ei.ie. The doctor han realty holding
I! in Bradford county which he i ig not STAKKE "FLORIDA "
work but can get nothing to do here. 1
of
sale for the reason that Starve
I offering for
Some of them go elsewhere to get: I :
employment but others who, for one I 'he eyrects to nee rood(: roads built But of Ohio Cay of Toledo Lucai latest impovement in 2.
time in the future, followed I County.. Mower the
hone
here come Change peed I
reason or an'other cannot go away, are I II Frank J Ch.n y mike oath thai ti* U THE itO\VINC;
era of wonderful development .nlor partner of the firm of P. J Cheesy HANK
by an
compelled to be idle. It is time indus I I A. Co doing bu.ln... In the City of To- I of your cutting knives to suit ,
tries were inaugurated here to give Proprietor I win county and Bi.t. .fr>r...l<1 and hat conditions wit hout I I
our J. F. Hoxiser of the acid. firm will per the aunt of ONE HUN1'flED speeding your E. S MATTHEWS. Pres. CEO. C. WHITE, Cashier J
young men employment. I dealer in real i DOL.LAH8 for any' case of Catarrh I
Hampton Hotel and ee-I team. Part will be carried on
,
that cannot t> rued ny the UM of
Every cow that comes into town I tote, was a business Mr. Houser visitor hnd 10 nut StarVe" HALL'S CATARRH FRANK MEDICINF J. CHENET. I i I hand. Call and inspect before !i--- f
Wednesday.
'
'fr.m the woods brings along a swarm in-1 sworn to before ro. and bi'-rlb4" Inmy .
the haul i at buying a mower.WALL i
of flies. More developed from tended to take charge of presenc.. this
flies are Hampton until January but matur..,ihn A. D IBM e.mb.1 HYKl'I' HAIIKKLS :Mr. and Mrs A. I II. Kirby of Jack-
the If there
droppings they leave 01'
there would plann earlier than he had! expected HALL'S f"ATAIUIHEDJCI'kF.< I. tak.I[ I ftonville have been Kufsts,of Mr: and
were in Starke 1
no cows and will now begin a campaign? ( to en tnt.rnKly and sets through the Wood > & COLLEY Only one car of new barrel. Price 1\11'11. Error Alvarez. Mrs Kirby Is a
hardly be a single fly. and the expensive the Mu'o and screening of have a number of visitors spend the on > .. 7a: Testimonials' VT... j I '..GO. Give UH your order at once. I sister> of Mr. Alvarez and! will be reomt'rnb..red t
troublesome
doors and windows would not be nec- vaster; at Hampton. He intend to F. J. Cheney ft Co.. Toledo, Oblo.M.vd.wrwur Starke, Fla. I l I lit Witt C. Jones' Starke. it' I II I as Miss Allis Mae Alvarez. ,t


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'I OF HUMOR\ r FARMER BROWN

He seems to be a resting easy and I .

:, 'Twa-Ever Thus makes Say a boys beautiful, I'll tell"corpse.you "what well I I Ride Farther on Goodyear Tires

He met her on a Monday, and do, Let's go and cut some brush and .
'Twas unconventional quiteA tick around the "grave"; he can't

I breaker threw her in his arms see us when he comes to; then put out

I And so he held her tight. the fire so it will be dark then I'll) tell in Your Small Car

They paddled round a little Bit, you what to do. Now that is fine lie

. And then, when none was near can't see where he IB. Save one of
She whispered that at 8 that night the long brands I've trot some 8ul-

She'd meet him on the pier. phur I bought for the old woman's

. chickens. We'll throw some on the .
Of course 'twas very wrong, indeed hot brand and when he smells it he'll)

v w Hut blame that roguish knave wonder where he is. It is tire performance .t price, that
1 The laughing sea who threw the two Now, three of you line up on the ,

Together with a wavel! wept side of the "grave" and three on decides what you reauv pay; hence,
The shore- is blamed for this and that, the east s-ide.! I'll take .the head. And

r lint then it seems to me, when I tickle his nose and wake him do not experiment with tires madeto

!. That when we often blame the chore up you" Sum, commence and say,
I We really mean the sea. "Oh why did I steal my neighbor's: sell at sensationally low prices.
I\
I row. It was so poor we could not eatit.
.
Tuesday night So please Satanic majesty, '
However, on a your "
lie took her to a show- place me on payroll and let me go." /q C You can secure in Goodyear Tries' of

, .He'd rather sat upon the beach, No\ 2-"I confess to. you, your Satanic -

1 But she'd: not have it BO; majesty. I stole my neighbor'swife the 30x3.. 30KJ '/ and 31x4-i-.ch sizes, .' ,.
She said there was a certain play but could not live with her. So ,
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That she had never seen- please )parole me and let me go" a high relative value not; exceeded even .

And that the beach was not the place I'll name you No. t. 2, 3, 4, 5, G.
At night for crepe dtf chine. When I call your number then in a in the famous Goodyear Cord Tires .

low, gruff voice commence and confess
to On Wednesday eve a moonlight Bail some thing, till you get all round. on the world's finest automobiles. -

I I f end all the world astir The last man will say, "I confess that ccc \\ \ \ '\.. y

in I've traded the e\Vitt
I With Romance spelled capitals never at C. ...
! A-tugging him and her! Jones Hardware Store; have been Goodyear experience and care are ,.

I A gracious moon beamed on \the twain sending: off for my hardware but if

!' From out a cloudless I'ky- you will let me oil I'll never do so I applied to their manufacture in the .

I And all he did was hug the shore, again." .j'
And all she did was sight) Now, all ready world's largest tire factory devoted '

Farmer Drown : "Where am I ? I

. Came Thursday night, and she would smell brimstone and sulphur. Is this to these sizes. .'

: dance, snakes crawling over my face?

And he went tagging too- Confess now you villains. You all
1 are near the rim of the bottomlesspit If Ford Chevrolet Dort
I (Ah me, but Romance ripens fast you own a ,
, When we have naught to dol!) end you can smell the brimstone.I'll .
So when he said good-night to her, give you all parole for one yearto Maxwell or other car taking these r

He knew, as sure as day, give you time to repent; all but No.f .

I I He'd make the maid his mate for life, as he has confessed and made such sizes, go to your nearest Service Sta..

Unless rho said him nay good I promises. lIe I'll discharge and
i let go on his word. i tion for Goodyear Tires; take ad..

. iOn Farmer Brown : Am I In hell, orwhcJ'C
Friday afternoon they sat In hell am I ? vantage of the opportunity to get
Upon the glistening Band
Farmer Ilrown! have been
as you u
,: 1. She held his toppy Panama, good booster for lie Witt C. Jones true Goodyear mileage and economy.
lie held her dimpled hand.
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Hardware Store, 'I will release and a ,
" And with tho lovrlight In his
eyes let go: free. Arise and come forth.C'uri't Q
lie asked her if shfc'd wed- hand 1
move or foot.
She looked him with soulful
at gaze,
So I see We will help you. Come
Then shook her lovely head!
on, boys.
Oh, ciime off. I know you all now.
"I she said\ tho hard her voice
r I can't, -
, Say boys, that's a durn mean trick
It ended in a sigh- -- --==-
You all scared, me most to death.That's .
"It's been a very pleasant week, the most fun I ever had in
, Yet now we bid good-by; life.
my
One forbids I
I thing marry 'ou- It may be fun for you all, but me ? .
Yes, but for that I might-
. 1 husband wired that he Oh, my I 303& Goodyear Double-Aue $ > ISO Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube* cost no more than the price
f Today Comes my down tomorrow night!" Say boys, don't ever tell anybody. Fabric, All-Weather Tread L3- you are asked to pay for tube of lees merit-why risk costly

-Karl. I wouldn't have Samantha get hold of I 303V4 Goodyear Single-Cuze filings when" such lure protection to available &A5030x3V&

k that for anything Never hear the FsbzlcAotl. Tread _____ $2150 size in malerpntf *,,r .l
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l last of it. Guess we wan't sleep anymore R.. '
fj, Unfortunate Comparimtn I tonight Let's set up till daylight ",,#
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then go out and catch a mess offish .
When a person solemnly states that
} he "WOI k"d like a d"I:" all day it is I and then Blurt home I promised j
I Samantha I'd bring her nice
a mess
probable he hasn't considered the correct -
of fish home. As for I've had all
me
I meaning of the phrase. The .
. the fish 1 want. .
.I I', Concordia ( Kan.) Press says that if
'. We ought to take PeWitt C. Jonesa r
this were
literally truo the twenty-
I nice of !
I string these big mouths He
, four hours would be spent thus: One
", : sent us a case of Coca Cola.
hour
( digging out a rot, two hours
Nuf said, we sure will do that.Who'll I
I" gnawing a bone, one hour waiting for
1 take them to town ? Farmerlrown's
u cat to come down from a tree, half
the man he's going that ..
hour ; ,-.- -
II fin begging to come into the
j. lioi.su und the rest of the time sleeping ] way. -
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\, t fighting fleas HIGHLAND: W. Wilkinson were visitors to Lawtey I t"n Sunday afternoon day after a week's visit with friends \' . Lal-erj of Brooklyn, was a
r\ Tuesday and relatives here Tuesday,
S. W lkl'sl1d ', of Chattanooga, nei
I i' 1 5 Highland, Sept .-:Miss Rosie -- .i i T ''m.: will hold a Christian Endeavor Kev. Uurnette!, of Gainesville, will { ' 1. .ile Johns, of Starke. the

I ,. "'ouldn'tmuu'r, at All Wilkinson returned Tuesday from a GRAHAM mass meeting here at the Christian I reach at the First llaptir-t church guest of her cousins, Erma and Let-
I
The sportsman strode into a poul- three month1 visit! with her sisters, -- church Sept. 20th. Everybody invited >'xt S-unciaj at 11 a. m. and 4 p. m. ti Johns, this week.'heritT .

terer's shop, and with the air of a Mrs. John Savage and Mrs. T. E. En- Graham, Sept 10.-I. L, Ogden was 1. Everybody invited to hear him. j :- Epperson: of Stnrke, was at-

! r( man who meant business, said: 1 retsen at Stuart. in WaMo Monday on business. Mr. Pry and family and :Mrs. Sullivan t.ndirg to official duties in town :Monday -
J. A. : : of
McKinney, Sumpson, was
"Can you sell me a nice plump Mr. Swartz spent several days in Geiger Harry left Monday for Pei- here \ motored to Thcressa Sunday afternoon I s
!h 't pheasant?" Jacksonville lust week, returning on ry where he has accepted employment TtiM'lay. and were guests of :\11', and '- .- -..-- r
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I If"J'm sorry I have not a pheasant Wednesday."Airs Dr. 1-0l1ner, of Brooklyn, was here I. L. Ogden visited Hampton Saturday Mrs. William Jones while there. > i .. Kto llr.ttllhy Child

:/ j left, sir," replied the shopman, "but J. A. Starling and son, Drown, Tuesday", on business", on business. I l Rev. Boyer, ">! Lawtey preached! at'' riot\ ; i tumn''I. ) vlih worms hay an uijnaiti.
p!I hero arc some fine sausages that I I spent Wednesday and Thursday In :Miss Ruby Venable, of Archer, was Mi. and Mrs. Dock Hillard spent the Baptist ch-irch Tuesday evening. .* i. +. "i utiliruiei, poor blood .,."a..
/ 1 Starkc with her I', Irsa ntumnih d..'.urben
can recommend highly I'm sure your I the guest of her uncle, \V. J. Jones, Sunday with his brother in Hampton. sel'mon'I'e enjoyed! by those :-ke"t.'SIt.: CK. -. chill TONIC lilven reilularly
J wife will be delighted with them" I RiKby. first of the ..week Robert Price, of Georgia, is visitinghis present. II. j jI 'i t' o nr tdr T wot,I.' will! enrich the bliK.l Imnivi
',.., "Sausages be hanged," yelled tho I Mrs. If. C. Wimberly and Mis Win- Fred and Hardey Hazen, of Brookerwere sister, Mrs.: Perman Roberts: I I. I r. W. MiddK-ton::\ of Starke, wa3 the d':.,.:.'''.,.. and lift U a li ne-ol Strrnilth
sportsman "how I tell wife I | ifred Wlmbwly were week-end visitors here Thursday cnroutc to Earleton attending to profuttsonul business in'' ruin j Toiilc tofwliiilo orxem. Nature will then
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can ,
I S my witIse :
Jesse Currency of Tampa, Is visiting tlirowoflor tin;
    hot I8I&UIlItI'S.-C'hlcago Daily News to Bronson. Beach, hs! for few days. Hampton Tuesday .melt: lnultli. I'll .ouont.. taka. hoc>rrlx 1 >itl
    t, ,, I :Mr. and Mrs. C. George of Boyette I Charley Walker, of Hastings! was'" -parents ,+a--- I'. F. J. Houser, of Fabius, Ala.? will :i . -- .: - -

    4 arrived Sunday for a few days visit visiting his sister this week.A move! his family here in the near fuI I '
    Our Printer President A MORAL? USE "DIAMOW"bye .
    hero with relatives) I crowd of our young folks enjoyed I tune, having purchased the Hampton
    ,Now looms the presidential shake-up Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and Miss Eth- a fish fry at Sampson lake Wed hotel, and expects! to make his residence ---- -

    With larding and Cox in "line;" I el Hicks were shopping in Jacksonville nesday. To the "Epitaphs" published in oui here.M. > r\"IoI\ e.

    The country hopes for o better "make. II Tuesday Uncle !Math McKinney! of Lake Utitlrrk last issue we add this, as a wind-up, : L. Watterson is erecting poles 1'rlt,1. 1.5(11: 1''t'.I. .

    tipsWhichever Messrs. linn-ell, J. H. Moore, Jim 1 was. here Tuesday visiting A. :McKinney clipped from the Insurance Fold\, on- und extending the lights of his plant ,, inoiiil Dyes" cinitiiiiturns I:
    i wins this time. Godwin W. H. Edwards and Wilmot who is sick. ly to make the thing\ complete, for the lit a greater distance than formerly. Ac!i..i ,,, so !simplu/" tit YIf
    Drown were business visitors here Mrs. Strickland "sentiment" is not ours: Little dgar': Price has been confined : \\onmn' con lii.unon :u
    Dewey returned to
    s l r; Both men are printers. 1'1111ay, :Monday his bed I1"W." rick fndeli-xs c d!<
    her home in Gainesville Wednesday. So here's to the corn to for more than a w'e'( :| -
    And know their business to the "let.I J, R. L. Kelly, of Starke was the with fever, but his condition i Im- old purulent. drupcVirriiiLH > .
    ter" guest :Monday of II, C. Wimberly and :Mrs. T. W. Wasrtin, of Waldo, spent! That Is growing this morn proving. ,'' \' every' tiling, w
    All tassellod and gold and gay'! wool, silk liium., co
    the week-end with her aunt :Mrs. O.
    They'll set" "up" the Mr. returned l
    us family Kelly recently
    proper way
    I !f mixed\ |
    To the old still ! D1! rs. O. W. Dyal.Messrs. copper
    And make the nation's "layout"better. from a vacation spent in New York Buy "llianionil! 1)oth.'r \",
    Blox Purdah and H. McKinney In the sour mash mill, .t( 't
    City, Buffalo, Washington! and other kiln!-then! |*m'
    r northern cities of Sampson, were visitors to Iy! the spring_. on the turnpike gray! DOH'T LEE STARK [ I Milts are guaranteed t '''di.11;/
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    a Both candidates know nil about "type" 1.. W. Wilkinson and family motored our burg Sunday II you have never Bred Ibnitfglit se

    And use both modest "hrads" and to Green Cove Springs Monday and Miss Ruby Pyul spent! part of the HAMPTON: I 1ms "li'ttniiinil', I
    J 'olor C'nrl"- :
    "screechers;" returned with a new Ford. week with her cousin :Mi.s Est; loWasdin -

    Which makes us think it is a try, If. C. Winiberly, Jr., went to Law- of Waldo. Hampton, Sept. 10.-:Mrs. Francis No Need to SCCK Af.-r. The Evidence ,,
    I Each knows the U S. taste in "fea- tey :Monday to accept the principalship Among those attending the show at Chaves, of St. Petersburg, in the guest Is r.t: Your Dior.: ASPIRINName

    lures"Neither of the Lawtey high school. Hampton Friday Wf'TeIath: Wasdin.E I of :Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes, this week No need tu buy .
    rit. r : > hunt r.r'
    :Messrs: Marcus Brown and Clifton party' had the pluckTo Brown were business visitors here on Itunie Graves Frank Walker Charley school at Lake Butler, was the guest proof because you u "< it here .>tuome. t

    stand for or against Mr. Booze; I Saturday. Smith Jack Padgett and Elva Aber- o.f his parents, Mr. and :Mrs J. :M. Tht fti'u gilt ,rv..rl .-.t t.\. ,I "Bayer" on Genuine

    '/; It's probably good luck II It. Kelly, of Jacksonville was nnthy. Maxwell! during the we<,k-'nd. went ot: a Starke resilient iii.e that i

    Each stand behind a "nos for news" transacting business here Thursday Lee Dyal is home after a two weeks Mills )Nellie; OKeefe. of Valdosta is given below, hear BU Inure t fur e .
    ery n.I Mrs, J.V.. Chapman and sister, visit with relatives in South Florida. the guest of Miss :Maggie: :Maxwell:
    With a printer Ill Miss Moore of Jacksonville here :Miss Onie Graves the weekend I'talk.:
    president say were spent this week Miss )\;('Ilie88 once a
    The nation hopes to get the "proof" Saturday, the guests of Miss Ruth with A. Youngblood, of Waldo. resident of Hampton and has many J. OrilHn prep of grinding null; "
    Doing away with secret Jack-play, Parker Oliver and Oracle Sparks, of Moun- friends here.' and cotton' gin !I:, Walnut St.. says I ,

    And! give the U. S. all the truth. Master Roy Lord, of Jacksonville, teocha, attended the Christian Endear "A few years ego I was having conflderalile I
    MMdletoh of Starke
    :Miss Madge ,
    is spending a week with :Master Geo.Pn vor here Sunday evening.Mf. troubl'It'l my back un 1
    her .cousin :Miss Aileen Dowling, I'i
    : and kidneys My back become' .nr.re amipulnfu
    A printer president I'll say rker.It. and :Mrs. James Reynolds, Mr. \ ,
    He knows a lot about "1'1;" XV. Parker of Ocala spent thewl't'k'nd and Mrs R. S. Wasdin attended" services of Jacksonville, were visiting in our .nnd It dl<1n't take snob t '

    He will "clean up" the U. S. A. here with :Mr. and :Mrs, L. .'" at New' Hope Sunday.Mr. town Saturday cause It to t\\ltch. i felt nosy au : Salicylieuod-

    "ReBot" us and make a good'tie.." S. Carter. : and Mrs Murphy Price ofllrookf'r. Mrs. I). W. Swindel and sister, :Mrs.Haywood .sore In evtry nuc:e of my body ami, I i lea de-tir of dv,

    Charlos Arthur Lutz In Concordia :Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and :Miss Win. were- visitors her Sunda of Tampa, motored to Fa- the way my kidney, acted proved tlu ; "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is gen.one "

    :Magazine, York, Pn. ifred Wimbcrly I Lon Moseley and L. afternoon latka and Orange Springs last week. were In weakened condition I to--;: Aspirin proved safe by mili'jnl'

    5 a I Joe \Youngblood family, of Wal They spent part of the time bathingand Dona's Kldm-.v PI'ls: and CIt, Immediate and proscribed! by physicians for .'r.

    was necessary. do bar occupied the \Davis cottage.Mr. fishing and report a pleasant time refer Soon ,r- trouble entirely: er twenty! Accept only an in"
    Sure to Miss I "Ernest: ," commanded his mother : and :Mrs. Truman Dyal. of Ziff Rev Mullady: left for Jacksonville disappeared. I !I. .. 4 had no recurrence broken "Layer"years. package which > oar

    The scion of the family had acted "find a switch and bring it to me." spent Sunday with Mr. and ::\\11''. O. where he will be engaged in government c.f the comp dot since." tains proper directions to relieve the

    so badly that punishment of some sort Shortly afterward" the bright young W. \Dyal. work for several days Price &"c. i>t 11:1:l dealers. Don't i Headache, Toothache Earache, ? 'u-

    I man returned. Math Wasdin, Equilla Dixon, Bessie Rev. :Mullady and family and :Miss simply ask for u kidney remedyget ralgia, Rheumatism, ,Colds and Pain

    The Quinine That Docs Not Allect The Held Irouldn't find a switch, mama," he Wynn and Mrs }I. I). Wasdin attended t'SIagj.tie: and Julia :Maxwell: : \ spent Doan's Kidney PUU-the tame that ;I Handy tin boxes of 12 tablet cost few

    JIto-aiiM of Its tnnlr and Uxiitlv* rfTrct, LAXATIVE reported, "but here's' a stone that you church at New Hope Sunday. the week-end' fishing at Lake Geneva Mr. Grttlln had, Kovter-Mllburn Co- 'C'lIt@. Druggists also sell larger
    BROMO Ql (NINE Tau ...> cnn to mkot can throw at me."-American Legion I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abernathy and B. Y. Saxon and son, Vivian, returned :Mfrs., Buffalo! :N. V "Bayer is trademarked

    >y the anyoDC licud:without!C-W.OKlAbSiliuatuio;rnuninil tuTvoumit} <,ul or I. nnillnilfci V\ 1 Weekly. f'ranclsIurrhee: motored to Hamp- to their home at Green Cove Tues, packages.Bayer Manufacture Aspirin Monac tI -








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    J'RIlJAF.PTEIBEH! 10. 1920.
    HKADltmu t tllfSTTELEGRAPn.. STARKE, FLORIDA.
    -- .. .. PARE THREE ,n
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    of Jensen, 1 lot their live Sunday on T -- f

    News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I the Scwell'n)) Point road near where' f fI It HAD TO

    .,.,..,... .. |I enters the Dixie Highway\ in an automobile '
    r. .r.. '...,.,.,..,.,"...,,.,see I "
    : ttera ri.r'Ii; main loud ncc'.dent.and plunged The machine into the left ditch the,r MUFFLE THETELEPHONE A word that should interest the General Public

    [ Live State News I tUI'1I11I1olml'l'h'\ ])' around und Ii...r4 1
    | ing on its wheels. A man named Oanie'.s -
    AA. IoIoA" 'A ._.. |
    .w" #g l l w Awt saute of Jensen was the first to dUoov- Goods Goods Goods
    Told hy Our Exchanges. |.er the car. He found Quinn still in
    Ithe i car with his bead so injured that
    - I :MHS. j'>\\MIVS NERVES w tail!: : i
    M hi died in a few minutes, and Harmon
    l't.oo: 1-:1': i l'UOl1'I'S: orIKOFIU.I
    I still breathing\, lying partly on the
    horseman & Council
    Moscly, of Pel.
    Florida :
    VPIMIT AINS 20
    Prate
    and
    Company footboard, died coon after. The A. D.
    Andrews has
    ray have a contract to furnish 5,000 Rrooksv(', ig now in full operation. | !POI'NIIS: ) Company just received .
    gallons Of guava: juice to Cornell The work of constructing this mill has. a large stock of merchandise which
    Bros., of Urmond large manufacturers been | :No little excitement was causedi
    glow because of material being "For tlu benefit of thousands whoa they went to the market and purchased two
    of Jelly.Federal difficult obtain i I Inrsr the Chipley hotel by a rUlla'ayhorlle
    to but it is stated! that
    I'e KufTeiing" from stomach trouble weeks "
    lirooksville with a young girl, one foot hungin ago.
    now has a crate mill with and! a nil down condition I
    want to
    prohibition agents at :Jli- the largest and the stirrup, swinging\ from its side!
    most modern
    macninety
    ami Friday night seized the Yacht of its kind in the state. and only kept from being dashed to tell of the wonderful" results I have \Ve carry very near everything in stock
    \'-69), with eighty sack and ton CUSPS death by clinging to the animal's gotten fium. Tanlac, said :Mrs IrnaSwansuii. from a Buggy down to a Toothpick.We .
    of gin and whiskey aboarj, when the mane. A young man by the name of of 1720 North Madison St.,
    vessel ducked in a eubuib.! Coast Alleging railroad that the Florida last !Snell'; an attache of the street force, Peoria, 1,1. will quote over a few of the articleswe
    damaged\ then potato I II.'ell1lotI1e\ gill's predicament and danger "It \.i-n light' >'cnts ago that my in line.
    For the first six months of the number crops by having their employes dig a bravely placed himself directlyin stomach em: out of order and my carry our
    present of
    the business ditches near their farms front of the charging: animal grubbed health beiran to fail," she continued We
    year sponge at Tar- BUGGIES
    with the result that the carry
    heavy rainsof the bridle the bit checked "Finally 1
    Springs has brought near and got to feeling! so bad that
    the
    pon into the )past few weeks flooded their I the rush of the maddened brute. I lost mleiest m evelthing and got CHATTANOOGA CANE MILLS ,
    $000,000. This
    state over industry Is !
    growing steadily and is recognized fields, thereby causing their entire Irish no plessun'] out of life. My food acted SUGAR KETTLES 'i
    \ as
    potato crop' to rot in the field
    eight
    among the important activities of the farmers of Huntings, filed "Uncle Andy" Hiehard nn. 105 years like pinion to my system wild 1 AMERICAN FENCE WIRE which
    suits the
    state in I old, who before the Civil'UI' was a would bloat up with gas and suffered i
    circuit court of Uuval county Saturday slave belonging to Henry Hope, was IIgonit'8.1): heart would flutter until we sell at $23,50 per roll. \
    asking for $1(10,000( damages\ I almost .4
    was faint and at times I
    arrested and to
    brought
    Six thousand, six hundred and sixty against the railroads. [Diule City Saturday on the charge\ of selling intoxicating would get so dizzy the house seemed We have just received a car load of Stoves 4

    seven acres of Orange county land liquor Tho old nmn hadbeen to be whirling aiound. I had to almost which we got in before the rise in the freights,
    has been sold by F. E. Baxter to a Eli Ness, of the Ness Trading Co., stop eating and became weakit
    wine so and
    it
    making\ plum and selling can give the closest! prices them.
    syndicate <>f local business! im>n who of Savannah Ga., has chased.the to his neighbor who became; intoxicated was all l I couM! do to got about the you on
    will take 'steps to imnjcdintjuJy im- South Side :' ill-Stevens Shipbuilding I artd as a result complaint was house :Slv: lI<'I'.1' no shatlcicd We carry FURNITURE of all kinds.
    prove four thousand!'! acres by the Corporation plant of Jacksonville made l but the sheriff thinks that Kich- even the raging: of the telephone" upset BEDS AND BED SPRINGS
    planting of orange groves. from the .shipping board. The announcement n..clson11" ignorant of the fact that me and 1 had 1 to mulTlc it. I slept
    was made in "'aShinltlon"the he was violating/ the law. HP was ieUnsed very little and\ seldom( woke up in the SADDLES
    The clop of watermelon seed now consideration being given ut $1- without bond and will have a molding without a dull, nagging headache BRIDLES
    coming to Montiecllo in quantity and 700,000( for the )'1I1'cJ nnd housing facilities hearing this week. BUGGY HARNESS
    price are both satisfactory to the farmers known as Fletcher' Park. It ":\1)' brother had gotten such, fine
    Monticello 1'O8n ; large part of the watermelon sale is that the yard cannot bt I man, reincnenting the Acme Trading talked nu into trying it and 1 I improved HARNESS
    seed used in the country and the.ciop or moved away for a period of five Co., of Tampa and runs the I.a :Mode remarkably: with the, very first
    represents between $75,000 and S100000. ,- years I Women's Outfitting Shop at Lakeland, bottle-got so 1 could\ eat and\ sleep WE BUY OUR FLOUR FROM THE

    was held. up by a negro who asked for better. 110IIfI'I' taking five bottle- MILLS AND CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
    ON
    E. M. Hill!, of :Xuevo Geronu. Isle of :, a tide in hm, automobile and l robbed I my fl'i"IIlItt'll me I mil the plotiue !
    A new process for the tanning of Pines died in a Tampn hospital last of $:;,-|n on the road between Arcadia of hcaltli I can eat anything, even YOUR FLOUR EVERY BARREL GUAR
    hides by the utilization of the tannic Thursday, the result of a fatal gunshot ,' and \V'a uchula Thursday afternoon. i boiled nu>nt., tabbage and pickles ANTEED.
    acid of the saw palmetto and! nnotlier wound received lute Saturd,ty. i I I Isaacs wits having pome trouble with without u l hit of trouble with my
    common! plant of Florida has boon rlis- The shooting which was accidental, his car. The negro came. along and! stomiub My nerves me calm and I WE have a nice line of Men's and Boys'
    covered by Thomas Gill, of Eepliyrs- occurred at the home of his cousin, helped then then asked for a ride. .sleep like n ;'hilt,1'! )' night; I lime Suits which were purchased right from where
    hUt lIe has applied for a patent on when a member of the family was on Getting, In the back seat he f first stole gained twenty pounds in weight and
    the process and expects the patent to the porch of the house cleaning a Isaacs' purse out of his pocket. When 1 never II'I'tir'd' of Praising Tan they were made, we can save you money.
    be Issued shortly. small calibre] nflc. The gun was accidentally Isaacs mUsed it the negro had taken lac." We have the largest line of Ladies' Keady-to-YVear
    discharged, the ball enter-j| n gun\ out of the pocket of the door Tanl.-i'I 'is sold in Ptarke by F. L. HATS ever brought to this little town which we
    The state geologist )Hcimim( Gun- ing :Mr. Hill's left side and lodging and which Jio stood Isaacs off and escaped Turner; in Huifoid by Weaver thug bought very low and can tell you at a reasonable I
    for, has left on an !inspection trip ofa in his backbone. Paralysis J''sultl.d'r ) into the woods. Co.; in lake Butler by TomlinsbnM"ines price.
    number of oil fields in the Wl'st.11': I Drug! Co., and! in 1t'n'thingg -
    Gunter has gone, officially to inspectthe Chas. A. Stewart, a wealthy Daytona What officers consider to be the biggest to, by I:.. T. 'l'u'lnr.-Ad\ We carry a large and well selected< works and prospect for business resident and owner of a large moonshine. plant ever discoveredin -- -- Silk Taffetas.
    of a number of corporations who have tug boat line at Newburg, X. .1., was this section was raided in the heartof waR in iiitivc soivico and,\ while in
    made application in this flute for the instantly killed about one o'clock Sunday the downtown section of Tampa. Cuba contracted\ yellow fl''l'I'I"/ was CREPE DE CHINE
    sate of their stock. afternoon in an auto accident at The still wus located in a burn in the taken to military hospital in (ieorgia VOILES
    Daytonu Beach. With three other occupants rear of II rooming house, just across when lie was unconscious for H<>V- GINGHAMS '
    Work was begun Wednesday on the in the ear, Stewart was racing the street from the central fire sta en week' Hut ing this "period 1 of unconsciousness LAWNS t w.
    $40,000) meat curing and packing down the beach the car turning tion. The raiding party bagged! the he wasted away and SEKGES
    plant, which is being built by the Su turtle in its effort to avoid hitting another whole outfit and arrested K. II. Jordan was final!) pionounced by the surgeonIn LINEN .
    annce Packing Co., at Live Oak. The car In the maneuvers the front a white man, and a negro charged charge of the use as ,1,11,1 and'\ the LONG CLOTH
    contract has been closed and a large wheel broke causing the car to turn with operating the still. The still supposed remains were moved to the BLELCHINGSHEETING
    force of men were put to work The over twice. has a capacity of fifty gallons of corn 'dead' house" and laid out on n slab
    building is to bo four stories, and will liquor a day. It wan operated with Some time during tho night the of all kind. II
    have a capacity of curing and packing Airplane mail service between the gas and electricity. More than a hundred "coipsc" rolled) off the stone nod upi We have a nice stock of Silk and Voile ready made
    223,000:: pounds month. United! States:: and Cuba will be inaugurated gallons of the made liquor and "'11 inst the Hide of the building. Snow Waist for ladies. .
    per this full Postmaster General twenty-two barrels of sour mash. were was falling and drifting through the < Ten tank steamers and three barges: liinleson said l in announcing award of seized The ollicers state that the cracks and! up against the undo body We also have a full supply of Girls and Misses '
    brought over 470,000 barrels of fuel! the first contract for the dispatch of moonshiners killed the fumes of the While in this condition Mr. Fields,) i'Xpeiienced ready-to-wvar School Dresses. :
    and refined oil and gasoline to the foreign\ mail by seaplane. The contract distillery by burning rubber and other some queer) dreams and was s
    port of Jacksonville during: August. made between the governmentand I things iti tljo furnace A chained bulldog finally brought to consciousness) by We also have in stock n quantity of blouses for 'ii'

    The shipments were from both foivign! the Florida West !Indies Airways stood guard at the trap door, the the, lemnik from life attendant, "Why, school boys which we can sell you at a low price. .
    and coastwise ports, and indicate that Company, calls for daily transportation only place of entrance\ doctor, thin man Isn't dead!" Ifa-Htura We also I
    in
    Jacksonville jp rapidly forging to the of mail between Key West and! lives were. applied' and! after n few carry stock ready made Blue Serge .,
    front as one of the most importantoil Havana for one year from October Mr. fields of Sebnrig relates a experience weeks the man who came so near being Dresses for Misses c
    centers on the coast. 15th. ) through which he )passed seveial buried alive was able to leave the We have large ,
    a of
    quantity GinghAms which
    years ago while in the service hos-pitnl. we
    The manufacturing plant of the F.dgar Haimony and Harper Qumn dining the Spnnish-Antciican) war lie Incoming. rum-runnels have spread can sell you at 25c per yard. "

    .. tilt minor mound that a tevenue of We also carry Men's Flannel Pant, and all other
    - facer ill now piitiolling! the Daft: Coast
    rust, and hut ho hail rnndv some cuptures kind of Men's pant, Jumper and overall that

    Why man- 1 1>I'Imittinlthe owners to get could be bought in the market.
    through l by paying much hush ,w
    so mon '
    A complete line of HOSIERY 'J
    made this ('y. It WOK a regular hold-up game, it bought.All .
    we r seems' and the y"UIlIomllli pulling the kind of Dress Buttons and Trimmings, and all
    stunt has been Iiindeil! in jail) in Jin-k
    other that
    for good
    are! generally kept retail
    cigarette you sonilln on the technical. charge<> tit impersonating in a tore,

    "+ fQ, an ortlrer. The man ar and every customer that come to our store and
    r"stIjra\'e his name as M: n.i O'Neal buy $10.00 worth of dry good or hardware for
    According/ to all"Itllinn"IlIcI! ,., O'neul
    the
    next
    sixty day will
    we give them a nice present
    equipped) himself with budges and an
    ic automobile. It is stated that he ttuveb costing a Half Dollar, or a Ticket for fifty J

    'd the Elliot Count highway and held! cent which they can keep and trade! out for any
    W *ta&?: fdt H up automobiles. upon representation, good kept in our store I
    of being a Federal nlticei 1111.in\ casciwhen t
    > G" A s ,dq1 ar1I. liquor|' was found ho would intimate NOW THE FIRST COMES WILL GET FIRST
    that for. II certain consideintlonhe
    PICK OF OUR LARGE STOCK OF NICE
    '
    would .
    iruninntce "protection : Incases
    where Lie demand for hush GOODS, AND LATER ON IT WILL BE

    money was not complied with, he pro HARD TO GET ALL KINDS OF GOODS i
    v, r thi' cecdod under the guise of a prohihi FROM THE MARKET, ON ACCOUNT OFCOTTON
    f M I lion agent to confiscate the liquoi' ul,
    ; t the cur He is naid! to have received" BEING SO SCARCE AND IT ,
    i w 17ra. ul.d considerable sums as hush moneat d BEING HARD TO GET LABOR TO MANU. ':
    al"o from. the sales of \liquor" riinfim at FACTURE THESE GOODS.
    l'd| l by him und later sold A hunk

    & 'L book wax found,\ In his POSHCHHIOHshowing '. On any good in our.stock, we will compete with
    : that lie made\ frequent de
    I anybody in price on the same grade of good, and
    I 8 o b pomts of large sums of money.
    1 I all wo ask of any customer i i..to come and I give us"l"

    ( b fit your cigarette de- one trial and then i if they are not satisfied, then !

    CAMELS, tell u* so.
    I -'i4 I completely you'll agree

    "7 they were made jo meet your taste! DAVISAgency Now I will quote few price *o anyone may tell :

    we are making our prices right. c' I'
    4
    r r Unique flav rfragrance and mel- Est. 1886 ,
    '
    ' While they last we can sell you SCHOOL GIRL
    ' low-mild-body due to Camels quality !- k 1
    a GINGHAMS at 25c per yard.
    ., and expert blend of choice Turkish INSURANCESTARKE ,
    TOWELS at lOc each.:
    ?1 .h; and choice Domestic tobaccos MENS'and LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS

    f are a revelation You will prefer the 'lac I each. at It

    -, tai a 'q+f Camel blend to either kind of tohrrosmoked GUKEN COFFEE. at 7 ,pounds! for $1.00. .I

    lIC1:10 pounds fora 100.
    --- ,1 straight
    I And many other bargains! which we will how, ,

    :-' ? With Camels you can go the limit --- you when you come to "see, us.! '.

    @ tr without tiring your taste They A aL We have in our store Mrs. Willis who will

    1i ) ;:. t leave no unpleasant cigaretty after- ; wait on and take care of the Ladies when j.

    : "' : -i. taste : no unpleasant cigaretty odor! i they come here to trade.

    1ff1 A t : ..', '.; To get a line on why Camels] win "I.

    -(. rA: .1 I'''' you so completely] compare them A. D. Andrews Co.


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