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 17, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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B II. S. UI'ESInwxn,\\' MINIATURE GIBRALTAR DAVIS CHOSEN MAYOR NEWLY ENROLLED: l'll.IL (OF A. F.:. WALL. JR. CELEHRATKS: : 5thBIRTHDAY -(- OLLEYFLISCIIMr. -- ,' '

294& PUPILS HAVE ENROLLED -!- AT ELECTION: TfESD.VYTie iiiiB.: 11. S. !
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Giant Yellow Jackets, Nest Di.. vred!
morning a large crowd of co : . I of Winter
Monday Drnyton D. Colley,
pupil and patrons assembled in the Under Occupied! HouseTuesday BetweenWhite and :McLane for Ilelo-r we give a list of names of :Ill'. and :Mm. W. L. Wall gave theirlittle Haven, and :Miss\ Polly Flinch WHO : ,
nephew. A. K1111., Jr.. a delightful "j"
auditorium of the handsome brick Council-Cow 8 to be Empoundixl! newly enrolled pupil in the IJradford married' at the home of the father of I

grnool building for the opening: sest I morning the Telegraph'si -- High School, these pupil living else birthday. the 7lh (lnt.party, at on their Tuesdayafternoon home. the bride.' !Mr. G'OI'j.Fli.'h, of' Tarn- i'II
on of the fall term of the Bradford i !: reporter was notified that a yellow I! At the town election held Tuesday where last t term. pa September 4th. I
Cherry
on utreet.
High!: School. jackets nest of monstrous size ex. | rather mere Interest was taken in the First Grade-Frank Innian, IVter < A large number of the little folks. :Mr. CdlloV I if a Stat ke hi})', very 'i-,.
The popular! and efficient principal, I isted under the W. H. 11 ay ties house, I voting than usual. After canvassing Mich.; Cornell!I Tyson, Rniford: Wil- l came to make merry with A. I':.. and popular u ho. goon after graduating,
profS.. S. Dowling, presided over the corner Madison and Court streets. lIe the ballot the vote was found to be hunt Green Randolph school\ ; I Horace help him celebrate the fifth anniver- from the U. 11. S.. struck out on his '
exercises, and as an opening!: numberthe repaired thither, and, from the many as follows: Gunter; Luke) City; John human, PC- of birth. Each: little own account and after filling wv->ral t"
school sang, "Come Thou, Almighty I insect swarming around, it was not i For Mayor, L. A. Davis 108; G. C. lersburg.. i i nary sonted the young host with guest some pre-gift position here, went to Winlo 'lavenwhere ,':
King," with Miss Ethel Griffin difficult to find their home. It was located I Sweat, 85.I ; Second tradl'-GeOl'l'e; Innian PuI! I I dear' to the heart of a small boy. The ) he became connected with a It ?
ail pianist. Devotional exercises.were | on the ground toward the westside I For Aldermen, J. F. Colley, 113; tersburgf.: :Melvin! Hryunt. I children enjoyed playing real! estate firm and! is prospering. Hei .
conducted by Rev H. I). Law, of the house. where the veranda I I I Perry Dover, 71; lie Witt C. Jones, Third Grade-George Pianga, !),'- i on the wide porches and having merry! game*! ,, I III a lion of :Mr. mid !Mr*<. \\'. A. Col- i.1 .
I a good
of the Baptist church after which the I joins the main building. It was shaped 110; H. G. Mason <117; Roscoe :McLane, troit, Mich. I i, lime generally, after which they t were I i[ I icy, of this city. UN bride, i Is II popular \
school sang, "Happy Greetings to All" I very much like the rock of Gibraltar -I 86 i; J. W. White" 86. I Fourth Grade-Floyd Hornllb)'. > invited I into the dining room to ttm t'- and accomplished, young!: lady, .
C. L. peek, member of the local! school a& we know it from the pictures For Clerk, C. A. Futch, 161. I Randolph school. I take of the birthday fpa t. The dining who willl prove a lit helpmate) for' him.
board, made an address in which he I I in insurance advertisements about SO I For treasurer, A. S. Crews, 11>1. Fifth Grade: -Pearl I brushy, Randolph room wns charmingly decorated.\ They will make their homo nt Winter1 I
referred to the success of so many of !, inches high, with the base about 36 For Assessor, C. A. Knight, 156. 1 Hchool; Pearl Doe, Boat d i-mt in the students who had attended this I inches in diameter. A telescope ad- For Marshal and Collector! Silai. school!; liciry Johns, 1J0lltd rain. j 1 motif und the table WHO beautiful. \ The many friend of the newly wedded it
school, and urged those", of the present i mitted of close inspection and revealed Kite, 109; J. B. Sapp, 81. Sixth Grade-Martin Plunge, Do-I ) I with its (centerpiece the large couple! wish them all liappinc In
to continue until graduation: and thus a structure very much like Gibraltar I As will be seen there is a tie between troit, 1\1 elm.; 'Vusco TuniejMucclen! birthday rake on jUik.li five yellow their journey through IIr..*_
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Roscoe McLane
fit themselves for much more useful'work ; there were port hole and and J. W. ny. and white.? candles burned Ice cream, + ----"----
in the world. Rev. J. C. Diggs, l galleries and bastions. all bristling I, White, both receiving 80; votes, after Seventh Crude-Alton Green! cake nlld.llU1Wh were nerved by :Mm.W. \ I A ) .: '::\ itiil.11.Ohilfltl.: \\\ N
of the Methodist church, spoke on the I with little soldiers in black and yellow :i three ballots had been thrown out as Myers Hough, lUiltnellon) ; Charlie I.. Wall, itsnisted< by :\ll's. A. GRASS; I
importance of education. i uniforms. Each soldier was armi i|I improperly 111111 ked. The only way to Statiaell, Arcadia; .FI'ank Carpenter, Wall. 1'1 t'
Two hundred and ninety-four pu- i with a sharp rapier and red-hot : settle the matter will be by an election Newton N. C. Those invited! to I this happy
pus were enrolled, and with the excellent I pincer, us well as wings. Hundred I I to take place before October 5th, Eighth: Grade-Carl Hough, Dun- ing\ were: Victor; Thomas, !J. ItlltlIPl'-1 CuiK't| grimes ( Axonoptis ronipros-
faculty now in charge everything of scouts in aeroplanes were moving I: when the new officers assume- their respective nellon. Dorothy Turney, Stanley sue) i ill a nllllof the tn>|>ie*, am!

points to a successful term of high I about and woe to him who passed the offices./ Ninth tl'Idelo7.plleIeGrUd'I'; : Martha Powell, Eunice: Ca nova. although) but slightly known In the
class work. The attendance is increasing dead line or made hostile demonstra. The following are elected: I I Hampton. and Dorothy tit: <'h. hotly, :\Id.lllw.1 state of Floritlu, I 18 us at present quite
I tions. The made homemade L. A. Davis, Jr., mayor.J. Tenth widely distributed within our border
every day and by now has prob- j nest was of Grad-lIII\'lI'al..t! Godwin.' Clara Louise Peek, Hazel nml Loli
been white F. Colley and DeWitt C. Jones I Karl Hob | I It t bear all! t the earmark, nf a I'nal
ably passed the three hundred mark. I paper, enough, had it (>l'tll. Law-Ivy. Adkins Iois Long Ruth Sternberg i k'I
for edition: of the I aldermen.C. --- . -.- ably fine lawn grim and. I in in every
A vote of thanks is due to the >! an Telegraph. ---- Mary Bl'oWlllt't'IlIl1hll: llrownloe, :ifl
standing school committtee of the I I The residence is occupied by A. Futch, clerk. REASON! : FOR THE: DECLINE: : I Paulino i Miner. Alice I Fernando' )!, ".t'ihi way superior! to either Kcrimida! or St.
Woman's Club who so carefully cleaned I I Traxler and {children :Mr. Traxlor 1\I1's'l I i A. S. Crews treasurer. I Dea Andrews, Hvelyn and! :Marjory I Augustino, grasses.( Of thewe} last two .f

the entire school building and hadeverything being at home for the present. Mrs. I, C.Silas A. Knight, assessor. After so' many disappointments and !Slump, Sara I Hope nnd! (Georgia; !: carpet, grass': bears a greater resemblance t
Kite, marshal and collector. to !St. Augustine. It thriven
in immaculate order for I' Traxler said that the insects had not I II the long period of steady and certain I I llnynes, I Ktliolin White) HOII('()!' Me- ; I Iwith
opening day. This committee is com-I I: proven dangerous so far because all The cattle question stood as follows: advance in prices of commodities ami. I Lane, S. R. J,tmiia, J "r., Jmiion Richard I j j I 1 solid I t rumpling\ i form u much mon
For and ,
is of finer
posed of Mrs. J. II. Ritch chairman empounding at all times, M. I \Vulnwright I Richard: I I carpet texture- '"
precautions were taken not to provoke I I Against 24. everything used in the day. work and I Harvard Hilly\ lit (the name time it lies closer to thegmeu
Mrs J.t.! Brownlee IndIl's.. Emily ; their anger. But it was plain that the For pleasure the slum downward that )hat i Graham Arthur I Darby Jonc' ) LexterPrice n.1. ( ',
empounding cattle between sunset I It t should under t tho
prosper
Philips. I place was not .safe as the yellow jackets and sunrise, 8(1.( now been apparent for some week litscal''ely | I UohitiHon, Milton I llrownlee. Jr., Inwn roller and ran he moved' vem'yeIis..ly ''(_.
-- --+-- I were numerous enough to put a i yet credited with being EMredge Robinson I Itichnrd I I Long,
!: gen I Ilertmitlu!
i Against, >9.> gram as produce, rootstock
IMPORTANT REALTY TRANSFER ('ompnn3001'' soldiers] to flight. :Marshal I ii lime. There nre people) to whom the Charles tutu 1 David Ahf'al'n1'I'I'ill: (
So that the sentiment is greatly, in thut ii m's' u terror to the
I Kite was notified, and while he: was I favor downward I tendency of price mount Futch) A. M. I'ettit, ii'., I I'nul Knight (h'iiciarid gar- l'
of cattle although In lh
empounding at nights popular
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II. C. Jones Now Owner of Cro.byCemetery "viewing" the nest Superintendent | loss of money" and they have persistently 1 Iti-nny !Sternberg: ( 1m 1'1 t'" Luciun<
South
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| and this will be begun Tuesday night Mi a* a loading lawn grimes!: It U
Iieklitcr'aiita'r
Stringfellow tht.I' It decided 'otmiihcl. .1 r.. Sin. )
came ( was October 5th. told! it thut the slump j in Huguror quite sensitive to cold' '-freezing back
that the only way to destroy i - -+_ _ flour 01 this and that was only utemporary cluir Peek, Jr., Florence and l Elixu-: i > lifter each cold! spell in t Ii.' winter. ,
the structure without damage to the' . . ... affair, and would h followed l.ttttrm.hm'e's, Joe lOdwiirds; .1 i'., Annie
A in which 0 ( -
transaction many will Ii> !' i '! 'e' ' 'f f' 4> Carpet grand I Is quite i different i from
fee! interested has taken place during destroyers and the house was to demolish -' by another upward movement.The 1.01111'. of palathn; \'il'jlinill.IUI"- Hi rinudu I in til In respect( for, iillltnugh I
tin- lest few days, by which I D. C. it by ml'lIn01'' a powerful jet''! i DESTROY COTTON: STALKS <*> float skeptical are at lust beginning la and W.. T. Week, of Urooker, S. T.Dill. of tropical I origin, I it iiiccosufully withstands
I. J of GuineHville.
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Jones funeral director, has becomethe of water from the firo hydrant. II I EARLY to "realize limit things have really I cold, to ten ilogrecM above y.ero.
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.. ______ Blurted toward fair price, und Kven:
owner of Crosby cemetery. : >fi > under unusual I 1 Florida condition I I-
\Ir.j I i :STAIJKE: I-EOPI.H: ISJU\: 1 ix: THE i: !!
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I'iTAlmrUOy: SHAKES: IN: HONORS the '
Jones has of \ <* movement is not likely tu I it will I I \
bought!: all Mrs. i I Fanners who planted cotton in $ IJl'j !.MOUNTAINS) : remain green throughout, ..(
Hopkins' holdings on Crosby lake, I |I <. Bradford county this year are <* cheeked or decrease. I IMr. I the winter. This, togotlier with it. I
amounting to about 110 acres. Of C. B. Heiberger, a former Starke I I <*> urged to destroy the stalks ear- 3>'I Then 'not --/itisfied with the hopeful I and Mrs. -1'-. -.1.-(himnfil! An- ". multi'..lout si,lock forming hnbit I give it

this he will reserve30 acres, includ- boy a son of Capt. R. C. Heiberger!: -v ly. As soon as it Is found that *' signs and the slowly increasing nic Ihll'hyanl I ) !Mrs., 1',. M. John j| a great advuntiigo I over I lleniiiida. Curpet -
ing the unsold spaces in the present of 'ThcrenFa'' ill at the Great Lakes *. the boll weevil will get the re- *> i ,power' of' the dollar" there is the quoH- enjoying the delightfully cooT weath-lire grass should. cut much ouster with t .
cemetery and some suitable land adjoining Naval Training!: Station, and by close maindcr of the- top crop the 4> I lion rnflll placed after each renmrk. ('J' and tl". mountain of' Hal-! i' n mower than either of the other. two
it on the north. On the west application to his studies and general side of the mill ditch he will clear efficiency, has attained the grade of ?> this way the weevil will be inquiry showing a four I that Homething} here" Mrs. Johns the former nor so coarse n* tht ]lat J '
nay: I'
land up to the public road, and all of officer of Co. H, of the radio school. <*> of food in advance of its .*. I will be said to indicate a temporary' "How I wish that you were here I IC,'. .
the old and new cemetery will be substantially Recently this company, as a recognition !: ., hibernating time and many of 4i {'..ndiUon. and the probability of quickreturn with me to enjoy this wonderful up The mole cricket In quite II noriouil r
fenced in, thus relieving lot for its efficiency, was presented 4 them will be starved< to death j I to th tiy.ti\'t' cent, for in- weather. I It i Is really I tim cold to be.plcaftunt. oni'iny of St. AuguHlinu grimes but apparently
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buyers from the expense and troublef with a flag by Admiral Coontz chi1'1 >8 Where a man is short of help, I Ktunce. Reading the market reports Ami,I tho Kcctioryoli I It is I ,'aI1".t.I'I'II/ .45 i 14 not ii Ititi'/ kt'ti .'
) fencing their lots. As soon as the' of operations navy department according I to destroy the stalks it would be <*' will show what i III being done; looking all so beautiful. 1 'by I thin I innect-I In fact it seoms to bit ,
underbrush is cleared away new lots, I to an account in tho Great I <5> well for his neighbors to volunteer !: over report from many Ruction Tuesday I climbeil to I II"'I'y I lip remuikiibly I fieo from insect (eninnle' I Ialhl
roads and walks will be laid out. Lakes Bulletin, where Mr.\ HeibergerV!: <* to help him, for the sake of will tell the reason. top of "JulI('" Knob." I suppose you .' plant discuses. I It I In very 'perIn -
!Mr. Jones believes in modern procedure -' name appears near the top of the col- *> cutting off the weevil's supply of Sugar is going!: !: down and way go know whom" that Is-it l III next to Mt. tent, a "rapid grower( and thrive* unusually ;:r
and we may soon expect to seethe i umn containing the names of' the ofn- I 6' food at the earliest possible mln- much lower before reaching a !stan :Mitchell in lieighth., Tlieru were' five well under poor II..lll'"nllllolIs I "
resting place] for our departed cers of Co. H. Another Starke boy 'eute. ..- dard reasonable price. The wheelsutopped I 1 of UM In the purty. MIMH Uosctilirook It I'M a sand lover, though It calls fora
ones in a less jumbled state than it is \l made good. I A, Let's go after this pest and *> at about fifteen cent retail( | from Savtinnuh, two young men from i fine texture and compact Hull loose, ;
at present ----. 4 Use every means at hand to get *, after having been at thirty-live. Now, i Spartanburg: who were, i-mt itt ititig near droughty excessively drained nnd' ,
The land not reserved for cemetery PINE TOHACCO :SAMPLES> rid of him. He is costing this the slump in a month or so has caused -I UH, mamma and I. We wcTe tired when will hot do fur curpot ill'nllll. (;liven 1
purposes will be sold as farm land. I 'i> county at least two million dollars a great many buyer, especially, we got back to the hotel, but a fifteen an '.fJUaII'lIMII.... carpet grimes will "ut.Ut'I'mUlla .
_A --__ _____..? I J. S. Howard, the Dukes navalstores a year. a' housekeeper, to flock up heavily, I mile mountain hike In no easy job. I II 1I"I'mu,11I! .-nut't_ _..... II._.__._._ ....n..I..I.- .._ L
DEATH LITTLE ROY in Starke Thursdayand <*> The farmers in < and the result I 18 a Rfiffenimr. limb- of 'U
OF I man. was some arts of ? The wonderful view that we got; wax i I a complete, eradication. Kllll c's rpetglues '
I brought to the Telegraph office" Sorrow has again invaded the homeof four samples] of toba{'''', grown by him. together from planting cotton I before Christmas. Tho Cuban sugar i htood l up' thero and, 1 looked down on mere. plowing destroy* it completely.,
Mr. and Mrs. James Kite. The an- Mr. Howard does not know the name .*, this year and it is believed they *> makers, and those of Porto Rico, who [ tho great: sea of nwunllllrthu, !IInll. '|I "For. lawn* I it can I I... propugnted an ]J. t.t.I '
[ 'gel of death this time took from them of the variety, but an old] tobacco .* will be able to make a fair crop I have cleared enormous fortunes in the I teriiecen' of nature--then' I reullzed I common with I llermuda--froni runner)
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their little grandson! John T.. who, grower from North Carolina pronounced the coming year. past year, are now offering for or- what insignificant things we human und from need grown on well compact.
with his mother, !Mrs. John T. Anber8on it so good till he was askedto ... hers lit twelve" cents, and finding no I mortals are. It Is. all too big for me I|I ed, moist soil. Thin i Is the nr-asun, tostart 1.
grade a few samples for exhibitionby > 44. 4. 4, i: .*, buyers. Huge!: crops of sugar cane
a daughter of11'. and :Mrs. Kite, -I simply can't grasp" it. your cornet grass lawn.,
had been their beloved guest for several the Telegraph.The NATIONAL GUARD OFFICERS: liuvn been planted and harvested, and Hut to continue with our trip., We In beautifying our Florida home a ''Ir'.i
monshs.! designation given the samplesare AND MEN GET: INCREASE: : I the American jobbers are loaded up left home about nine o'clock In the dependable lawn probably\ Hi and* UI'I) I
The deceased was five years old : Nos. 2 and 3 mahogany-!: wrappers I I: to th" eyes with sugar that will not morning; und climbed for five hour permost In Importance\ In any landscape "-
February 3rd last, and a bright and bright ]leaf cutters and bright!: I Private' Pay 174.88& Year; Florida tic sold at a high price. before we reached the top/ Then wo S"'II'IIII. Mil no suitable substitute
lovable child. A short time ago!: he leaf lugs!: for fillers. To us the samples HHH Authorijod Strength of 1,501. Flour when made from wheat Hold had dinner rested awhile, cut semi'I j hasver been found to take tho J-
became ill, the illness( developed into look like the fine Sumatra tobacco under government!: control, went to the bulHum to bring!: 'buck with us, and I I ,place] of or even compote! on un equal '"
pneumonia, and he died at 7:45: Wed- grown in this section extensivelysome The war department, has issued u highest!: point ever known in this country started homeward! again. We came I landing. with grnim. Tho green( lawn ij 4.
rie day morning!:, September 15th. years ago statement 'showing the present and and stuck thero for a long time. I buck by time Falls, arid Ithnught nbout color Hellenic fit* I in. complete, harmony .
Mr. Anberson the father of the deceased -I ---- .-- - - authorized strength of' the Nationalin Put it in going down now. The wheat you when we stopped there. They with the well ornamented home

i boy, lives in Texas and will be U \I'TIST Flol'Iand; other states of the burg, Va.; Anton Pianga Detroit, were *o-Oil I I don't know how to ex- I ground whether It ,be an bumble tflii-, ./
j present at the funeral, but the long!: Union, while, at the name time xlinw- crops of' the year are Knowing way preHH It-it ftoema to me gripping! III nnl's cottage!: tho estate of a wealthy.
j distance to( travel will delay this ceremony Friday evening, Sept. 17th., eight!: unit!: what a captain and other officers/ over the estimates made and flour )Ix the word, for when you sh'lI> out of the landed, aristocrat the city dweller In
| and the exact time will bo announced o'clock at which all Baptists in the of' the guard are entitled to I'c'eivpfl'om certain to be cheaper and: that should { dense undergrowth that grow to the I hue small cramped" quartern, or the -
I later. The remains are in city and vicinity are expected to at the national goveitiment.I'lorila mean a reduction in the price of bread I very edge of the water anti corn fore home of the village!: resilient. All '
:harge of Funeral Director Jones. <<.nd. The reception is tendered by has twenty-seven office In dome sections a reduction I in the to face with that great river falling' equally love a 'beautiful lawn.
_. ---+-- I the Ladies Aid in honor of' the bride 710 enli ted men and an authol'izl.dstl'l'ngth price of' bread has already been made I altnoHt from the mountain top, it certainly -- .---
.-- ------- of something: less than a month, Mrs. of Ififi4 men. On account of the very high wages grip you, 1'i'ms! to nip that IIIn'l'IIU"1' PARTY
!METHODIST Blanchard I>. Law. The total number of all officers for bread will come down slowly' becauxo everywhere I go I see something, mure i
Sunday school, 10 a. m. the different state is now 2,478 ; unlisted Dour( is only a feature, arid not an It beautiful and !lion! wonderful than A beautiful birthday. party Wall given ,
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Preaching. a. m. and 8 p. m. ", Int'll.iOi45 f and aulhorhetlItr"nJj'th once was the principal cost of Bread I've ever wen \before Thursday evening, Sept. Oth by fJ
Preaching, 11 a. m and 8 p. m. B. Y. P. U. 7 p. m. of 180f,07! men. making.!: All over the country tho The Indian reservation was the most Mr and Mr*. Charlin Strickland at
Epworth League, 7:15: p. m. The approximate pay' per annum of standard cropa arc enormous. There interesting. place, I believe There is their home In honor of tholr daughter,
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. CROSBY LAKE: line officers and enlisted men of the was never such a crop" of' Irish a very good school there for tho children Jessie May, on her Kith birthday.
Preaching at Lawtey: today at 8 p.rn I National Guard in as follows: toes' rained before. Corn and I''ta-I and the Indian themselves were Quite a crowd of' Jessie young
J. C. DIGGS Crosby Lake.Sept. 17.-B. A. :Miller Captain, $794.8$. and rye and oats and turnips and onions a curiosity to me. I didn't like the friends gathered! to *p<*rui a pleasant ;
Albert, and J. A. Grainger First lil'u'nslt.Ifi2.72., and cabbage and 1 fruit of old with .
Pastor. and son ; various one*--they went really repulsive, evening her. Game; were enjoyed t$1
SOON FORGOTTEN of LaBelle. are visitors at the Second lieutenant, $371.1)0. kinds are showing in the greatest but the young one* were interesting! In the yard until 7 o'clock, when ,
home of' M. .T. :McRae. Sergeant: first class, $223...S.Sergeant abundance all over the country Trero was the dearest little] girl about they were invited Into the dining room ,
Style and fashion ruin the world. :Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Edwards, of second class $1611.9i.Rt'rlteant !. An'l then when it comet to the very twelve year old Martha: George she arid served many good thing; to eat. r''
People by trying to keep up with peo- "'aldo, who have been visjllng here, third clan, SJ39,1Z.R'rgeant !> SPrioiin, matter of' transportation it )It called hernelf.' You would have loved At nine o'clock they were nerved() ice '
ile who lead in style noon become too left Tuesday! for a visit with relativesin fourth' class, $ I 15.20. pleasant to be able to announce that to talk to her. cream, ..ftprwhi<-htlll'ythallk'd their 1/ I
ioor to have the necessaries of life. Jacksonville.Mrs. Corporal, 9472. the railroads have at lust been nhno- 1 One day la-t week I went over to hostess for tho pleasant evening spent .
death in a poor family under mod- I Kellum and children of' Jacksonville Private, first class, $74.88.In lately turned. over to their owner I Wayrievil1e just fur u few hours. Uin and departed for their respective. .i
'rn conditions.. almost reduce some returned home Saturday. after some of' the state the work ofrehabilitating They are now working on their own quite a nice little place. I like it home ''
eoplo> to starvation If we were rich a visit here with her inter, Mrs.B. the guard if" going onvery responsibility and if' merely given the I better than AMhevllle, even! though I _ ___.+____ \\ :
'* would fix no limit to the burial ex- I S. Edwards.Mr. well but the war departmentwould )protection that every industry in given spent three very pleasant day there. FINE.: ; GRANIfLATED; SI'f.AR ,
'f'"SI' but unless we had ample mean and \In. F. II. Haltiwanger and like to see more speed put into under the constitution, will regain I There was a lady here from Rome DltOPS TO 14 1-c POUND j' i
leave the family supplied to live children and11'. and :Mrs. T. II. the matter.. their position of pre-eminence amongth j plal'In Alabama who asked me all
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", would insist on being buried in Stokes of Jacksonville" were here Sat- - -- - systems of the world. Within the I about Lieut. Hay White She siiid I New York Sept. If.-Another breakin '
> I,. least expensive way. Nothing- urday to attend the Norman-McRae: ATTENTION VETERANSAll : :, punt few weeks it IK reported that the knew him in Orlando' and liked I the sugar market occurred today, .
resse.i the world long. A magnifllf"it wedding.B. more car were loaded and handled I him HO' much, and that hI' had a great when the Federal Sugar Refining Co. J I
funeral is Been for the moment I.. Haltiwanger of' Jacksonville members, of J. J. Dickinon, Camp than at any similar period of time many friends in that ...lal.... I dropped, its list price for fine granulated I
,I Id forgotten.! The man who counts I is a visitor here this week. No. 1617, U. C. V., are requested to tmirmcthe war. The lack and loaf feature I hear that it is very hot in Starkol to 14 1-2 cent, meeting the !
, "limsclf the big man of his town is A daughter was born to Mr. and meet at the court house in Starke introduced during government but I can hardly believe it price at which "second hand" granulated j
ittle thought of, and not long re- Mrs. II. :M. Menu Aug. 25th.A Monday September 27th, at 10 o'clocka. control are being ironed) out, and efficiency I have to wear a heavy wrap all of the I sugar ban been selling for some !
tnembered when he \111 A'one.rhl': soon- very pretty home wedding: was m. Election of officer and other is reappearing. The railroads time. However, I'll scott bo there to time pant. While other refiner maintained '
r w learn that all is vanity, the bet- I| solemnized at the home of Mr. and business of the camp will be transacted. still have an enormous handicap re- i nee for myself. I, their !list J price of IB cent, It. '
"I' Wh cares what kind of a 'car |,, :Mrs. II. M. McRac Sunday, Sept. 5th milting from the disorganization, pan ,I .---, --+.- ___ ______ In known that at least one of them
l'e have so long a* we possess char-1rter. j when their daulI'hterIiu: Winifred W. T. WEEKS dering to labor, neglect of physical CARD\ OF THANKS! wan accepting order at the 14 12
honesty and charity. A thousand T ouise, was united in the holy bond equipment and diversion of traffic, Inherited cent (
,. :Mr. Tullie .. Nor left' the afternoon train for from thfl of I "all(8.'I'
dollar coffin does not perpetuat- ,f matrimony to on Jacksonville time government heartily thank the voter of Starke '
he memory of any man nor doe< a malRev T. J. Barnes, minister of wtuTe they will reside. They administration but they are doing no- I for their kindness in reflecting me to j I them that their confident-c' Iti at&t! 'tltn f ,
reat monument cause ane '. . '-.. Di:1': .- Bt'''t -hureh, performedthe wi'l! b<- niiiKfJ by the younger set I bly and will come out with color flv! the office of marshal and collector I wa, not misplaced. Gratefully' ,
n history.-Ft. Lauderdale Sent In I'. cetvmont, Mr" and Mrv N / niB' art .' '.' 'in- they are very. popular. I lag in good time -,Tiirie,-Union ball use my best endeavor to prove SILAS KITE. 'I j..'

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u visitoi SutnnW shipments of fish from Ft. ing C.OOO; pounds. Mullet ,
spend a few days. Harrell and Wallace Crews were compos the
I W. H. Andrews and B. D. Andrewswere to Brooker Friday afternoon. I ierce will total close on to half a mil. neater part of the catches now .-.'n,s I
I visitors to the county seat Tuesday Miss Vera' Surrency, who is teach- ,, !lion pounds, daily shipments averag made.

; ing at Ziff, spent the week-end with -
WRIGLEYS Rev Wiggins, of Jasper, filled his her parents. I'
:1 appointment here" at the Advent Dave Green was a visitor in the
: church Sunday. Brooker section Wednesday. '

; Herbert Ritch, of Starke, was in Messrs. A. B. and A. E. Surrency, IIICRUDl.il
town Sunday. J. E. and C. R. demons attended the
Our school opened Monday morning cemetery working: at Dedan Wednes-
s. with a large attendance. The dor- (
I opening address was given by Rev. Mrs. W H. Harrell and dauR'btE'r't d 83sssed, tubes

: Wiggins Several of the patrons and Luci'.e! spent the week-end' J,
a ebefore teachers gave short talks for the benefit former'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W.
of the school. Dukes Worthington.. s- i
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I I I'|I'W.. I. Roberts was a visitor to Jack. Mrs. J. E. Clemens left Sunday for i,
i the war I Tuesday WaucMila, where she will spend a few' i,
I J. A. Brooks, of Jacksonville, was days with her son, E. H. demons, '
visiting friends and relatives here onI who L ill. I IMis
I Saturday. *"q Lucile Harrell-- Iva s
Col8on'I
Mrs E. C. Wells spent a few days Willie Mae Oiliver, Vera |
M a in Fort White during the week. Surre attended church at Little
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.- a packageduring } :Mr. Scott, of Starke, was in town Springs Sunday ,
5 Sunday. Mr. and :Mrs. A. L. Greene spent t
l' the 1 Rev. Gable, of Gainesville, Is conducting the week-end' with relatives in the Michelin Tubes Tit
wart a revival meeting here at the Dukes section t 4s Other tubes do not I Ii
Baptist church. D. J. O. Greene and sons were in I fit,
1$ I Brooker lust week. f SMITH'S: GARAGE

t HAMPTON Mr. and :Mrs. Lloyd Johns, of New I J STARKE. FLA.Prize.

I River, were guests of James Crews j i

: : Hampton, Sept. 17.-The registration Sunday. I
books at Hampton opened Sept. :Messrs. J. K. and C. R. demons
j i 16th and will remain open till October were visitors to Brooker Tuesday. | .
: a packageThe NN (Hh. Many of the good ladies of our Charlie Cohe entered school at
S NOW town realizing that it is both their Brooker Tuesday. |

privilege and duty, are having their _Mrs. Martha Parrish, of Dukes, is
names enrolled on the books. upending! this week with her daughter
Miss-Madge Middleton, of Starke, I l\11'8A. L. Greene. =- --- -- ---- --- --
was visiting in Hampton Saturday Cephus Harrell was a visitor in the'' 0 --
\ and Sunday. Brooker section Sunday afternoon. I _
; Charley Manlrc of Jacksonville, was :Miss Havana Cone was in Brooker
: visiting his mother here recently. He Monday afternoon. ) Contest
Flavor Lasts went from here to Crescent City to :

visit his sister, Mrs. Jones, after -{ER

.I So Does the Price Jacksonville.which he returned to his' work in I t

Brooker, Sept. 17.-Mrs. Connelly, ] offers a prize of
Farm Agency
The E. A. Strout
J A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. her sister
I of Cooler! Pond, is visiting ,
j' Garfield Johns, Saturday, the llth Mrs. Tiercy Roberts, this week. $10 to the resident of Bradford County who will write

; 1IisaIaggle: :Maxwell is visiting in Mr. and :Mrs. II. S. Warren and G. the best essay on the subject "Why Home-seekers
Starke this week. B. Colson were attending; to business "
:, ( Mrs. Idella Priest is upending a few Should Locate in Bradford County.
I Ii in Starke Tuesday. >
:i days in Staike this week.W. John Padgett, of Lake Butler, was reasons why persons looking
7uY There are many, many
G. Seals and Jackson-
i I i ? family, of here Friday afternoon. I j
;1 villa! visitors this location should come to this county. To
were to Hampton E. M. Hazen was in Starke Thurs : for a new
,, 'week. day the who tells the most and the best of these rea-
; person
",- | of Miss Jacksonville Lizzie Rowe, were and visiting sister, friend Louise!, Lewis Shriver was in Worthington sons in the most convincing way, in an essay of not

'J 1 in Hampton during the week-end. Friday Summer afternoon.Andreu of Jacksonville, '|' more than 500 words, we will give a prize of $10.
I t The Ladies Aid Society of the Bap- I
I I tint church met at the home of K. B was in this section Saturday. I The essays will be passed upon by a committee of
j I Fred Hazen was attending to busi- ,
I Watterson Tuesday afternoon. I
judges.
J and impartial
A.151'K ness in Lake Butler Friday afternoon. capable
r. Mr Humphreys, of Brooklyn, was
r transacting business in Hampton Sat Hazel Warren spent the weekendthe I I Write your essay and mail it to
urday. guest of some of the Lake Butler- |

11 E. E. Hardin, one of our ites at Orange Springs. I
progressive Mrs. L. W. Sowell, of Alachua,
farmers is hauling new sweet A. Strout Farm
po The E. Agency
W NG Mt tatoes to market. spent atives.part of last week here with rel- i

I It i Mrs. Cheeves, of St. Petersburg, I
II, C. Surrency is visiting in Plant M. [MAN Representative'
Q. ,
t who has been the guest of :Mrs OItaynes 'I i
[ the week has to City. '
past gone
: Mesdames U. D. and Lloyd Johns I STARKE, FLA. '
..\ Gainesville where she will visit for a I L
few of New River, were shopping here !I
before
I GRAHAM clays, returning to her
fey and James Wasdin were visitors Friday. I
to Sampson Saturday.O. home Virginia Weeks spent Friday afternoon I
Mrs. Joyner of Tampa, has been
I Graham W. D.yal was a visitor to Starke
Sept. 17.-Messrs. J. R. in Starke.Marguerite I
{ visiting here this week. She was formerly
Tuesday
; Reynolds and Tom Mills were bust-, i Shriver is home after
Miss lalene Jones of Hampton. a
lies visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday' Green' Moody, of New River, was a visit in and Pablo Beach.P. I
Georgia
Rev Burnette, of Gainesville, delivered
visitor here Saturday. MEN THINK OF
Miss Onle Craves spent the week .I two sermons at the Baptist A. Crosby was in Lake Butler WHAT CREDIT
end with Mabel Louise. Robert Price left for visit
McKinney at Monday a church Sunday morning and evening. Friday.R .
Messrs. C. H. Roberts Geiger Bar- with his brother Murphy, of Brook. He' was called and has accepted the .T. Osteen returned home Thursday PAYING BY CHECK

ry and Kay McKinney were business er.Walter pastoral work of the church for the after spending a few days at II'
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visitors to the Edmondson ,
county.st'atMonday.Jllke and family, of ensuing year. Plant City. -

Roberts left Wednesday for Sampson Alfred, spent Sunday at the homeof Miss Violet Jones, of Tampa, was Mrs. Hall and son, of Tampa, who

a Lake Wales McKinney. the guest of friends and relatives here have been visiting here for the past : effort should be made to have checks becomemore
Jim Dyal of Willeford, I Is spendinga Andrew Sparks and family, of'' this week. two weeks, returned to their home "Every
few days at home. Mounteocha, attended church here on i Mrs. Susie Canard, of Gainesville, Saturday.G. I completely the Nation's real currency; the circulation -

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Riley' and family Sunday. I I was the guest of her sister, Mrs. O.Ha'nOll . M. Seville has bought the saw '' of currency for the payment of accounts,
i' left Saturday for South Florida to Rev. Bryan Dyal and wife, of I [
Sunday. mill owned by M. P. Matheny : when checks would be safer and more adaptable, is
make their homo. ? Sampson, spent Sunday at the home !'I. Mrs. M. E. Manire returned home T. P. Ward, of Colon, N. C., is i
t r Jesse Surrcncy and family returned of L. C. Smith. I Monday, after a visit with her daughter spending a few days here with relatives unwise and unsafe."
t to their homo in Tampa Thursday Mr and Mrs. Frank Hines, of Mrs. Jones, of Crescent City. and friends.

J. G. Barry and Chcnley Fogg were Mountoocha, spent the weekend at Miss Hannah Newsome. of Tampa, Mrs. Melvin, of Starke, has been The above is the conclusion reached by the bankingand
visitors to Waldo Saturday the home of Percy Jones. | has been the guest of Mrs. Thelma visiting her son, J. J. Morgan, here. I currency executive committee at a recent meetingof
Mr. and Mrs. Gid Sparkman, of Louise Jack Padgettt: spent the weekendin Johns. Lonnie Morgan spent last week in
: were business visitors here Mon. Georgia visiting relatives. ; W. E. Baker, of Brooklyn, was attending Jacksonville. the National Association of Credit Men.
day.Mr. 1 Grade and Oliver Sparks, of Moun. to business here Tuesday.F. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and father, H.
and Mrs Arthur Brown were teocha, attended church .hero Sunday. E. Henry left Saturday for New C. Surrency, attended the cemetery The best services of this institution are available to
business visitors to the county seatt Don't forget: the date, Sept. 20th, Church, Va., where he will visit his working at Dedan Wednesday. I I the people of community. We invite either check
Tuesday. S. Wilks Dondy, of Chattanooga, will I father and sister, after which he will P. M. Barefoot was in Starke Saturday -
K. Roberts, of Lake Butler, was hold a C. E. rally here.' All members go to Philadelphia to visit his brother. j ing or savings accounts for the safeguarding of funds
t hero Saturday on business.Mr of the society are urged to attend and Before returning he will go to Niagara Mr. Balsden, of Jacksonville, was and their efficient use.
and Mrs. Mains and grandson, bring your friend. I Falls and other points of inter here Monday attending' to business.
Willie, passed through hero Friday John Sellers delivered an interesting ': est. Fred Hazen has purchased a Ford.
enroute to their home at Mounteochu sermon Sunday at 11 a. m. lie will ,i Mr. and Mrs. W H. Griffin returned Messrs. E. M. and G. W. Hazen' and
after spending several weeks in Lake continue the services all through the to their home after a two weeks' A. B. Surrency were In Starke Mon.
Butler with relatives. week visit with friends and relatives in day attending: to business. I' LAKE BUTLER BANK

Mrs. II. n. Wasdin and daughter: Ed Parrish and family spent the Georgia' : ; J. E. Clemons and son, Coleman, I
i I Mrs. Equilla Dixon, were visitors to week-end at Sampson with relatives 0 !Mrs., A. A. Futch was shopping InStarke were in Waldo Sunday morning. '} State.County, District and City Depository
Gainesville Saturday. ? I Tuesday Hogan: Smith and Willie Mae Nabb
Mesdames Arthur Brown and Ed RAIFORD ,! !Mrs. O. Ilnynes was a recent visitor of Sampson attended church here on'I' LAKE BUTLER, FLA.Announcement. 1
Parrlsh wore business visitors to to Gainesville.Miss Sunday night. |
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Sampson Friday. Ralfoid. Sept. 17.-Mrs. C. B. Mac- Nellie O'Keefe, who has been The many friends of Mrs. E. L. i i .
.& gi Wesley McKinney, of Louise, was a Benny, of Macclenny, was transact '' visiting: here for several days return. Crosby sympathize with her' In her
visitor to our town Sunday afternoon. ing: business over here Tuesday.A. . ed to her home in Valdosta Sunday. bereavement of her father, Mr. Larra- ',
\ '4 Messrs.: 'J. R. Boville and Arthur D. Andrews was a visitor .to Herbert Priest of Starke, was a visitor I more, of Macclenny. I I
ff y Brown were business visitors to Wal I Jacksonville Friday. to Hampton Sunday. John Padgett hid Misses Georgia' h9
do Saturday. I Mrs. W. II. Andrews and little son, Thomas King. of Tampa arrived' Epperson, Christine Townsend and '
r Mrs. ,W, Walker returned to her John Arthur, returned home Sunday here' Tuesday for a visit with his farther Henrietta Padgett: of Lake Butler,'I ,
i home in Hastings Thursday. I afternoon after' spending: a few days Rev N. T. King. were here Sunday afternoon.
i Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Wasdin, of Wal. with relatives and friends in Jackson -. D. W. Hazen and family, T. C. lIa. I I
b't
I
do, spent! Sunday at the home of O. I. ville. PINE HILL ten and Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Piniiolster; I
4 t W. Dyal. Walter Whitten left Monday after atttended church at Little Springs on I
I Messrs.! David Kelly, John McKIn- noon for Jacksonville where he will Pine Hill, Sept. 17.-Messrs. W. It.u Sunday.

J. J. Morgan and family, mother, I
and Moss Ethel Jones attended services

I at Little Springs Sunday. I
Paxton Shirley, of Miami, i lit hereon We wish to announce that on October 1st we will
I Following up out- policy to give the people of Bradford County SERVICE a visit with his parents, Mr. and
open a general insurance agency in Starke, and will
i we have recently made arrangements with Mrs. T. B. Shirley.
H. P. Gainey motored' to Starke on write Fire, Life, Fidelity, Accident, and Health Insur
Saturday.
Misses Lubedia Pinholster and Edna ance.
Baxter were visitors in the Bradford .

i W.E.TORODE section Sunday afternoon.Mrs. We will represent only the best companies and re- *
Emily Abbott attended services
at Little Springs Sunday. spectfully solicit. a share of the insurance business. The

LAWTEY, FLA. !Mesdames Tiercy Roberts and Bet- most careful attention will be given to the interests of
I tie Connelly are visiting Allen Green
and family of Pine Hill. our customers at all times.BROWN1NMAN.
P s'' to act as our representative for that section. Mr. Torode will be in position Mr. and Mrs. Rob Andrews and lit. I

tie daughter, of Lake Butler, were in i!
to quote you on lumber and building materials and accept you orders here Sunday afternoon'! visiting rela '

for same. Any order given Mr. Torode will be phoned to us and we tives.Mr CO.Bradford
and !Mrs. A. B. Shaw and children !. .
'' will load same out immediately. This has all been arranged for one and Elizabeth Gable, of Gainesville i*

purpose-..to give you SUDDEN SERVICE. Yours for pro.p< ity.'CONSUMER'S were visitors here Sunday. County Abstract Office
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Eubanks, and
children, of Lake City attended services -
: LUMBER here Sunday. STARKE, FLORIDA
( co. Abe Crosby made a trip to Worth-
ington Saturday afternoon.
r U. D. Johns,'of New River was in '
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'. FALL UlAZIMJ; PROBLEMS/ -, FARMER BROWN'
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SURPLUS:
and JU"EltTIS.'OLH: ,
Heroine Tough '
{' Common KrawuM '., FARM' PRODUCTS: 4. I
indigestible( Late in Summer ', Well, Rastus, time we were getting i | save the price of from four to seven
'f'
," :!>' home. Guess you're getting hungry. YOU
surplus of
is eFanners having a \ tubes} thin
and fall season year.
late Hummer fodder time
The and 4' Ate up that corn some
A sweet potatoes I
one of the critical time for securing; vegetables rI I ago. Well here we go for home Layer view t>fLee
and garden products with
kind of cheap grazing for < other farm Put this in your pocket by fitting out
money
the right '
of them at & Hi there, Samantha! See what a
""" easily dispose)
and
live stock. Mont of the native may 'ou'? I Puncture-Proof Tires-extra heavy, finely made
become very dry good prices to regular customers & nice string of fish I've brought ) Punctul-e-PnO(

cultivated glasses and woody in August who prefer buying direct from You just go aol'lDon't] / come a- tires, road-proofed with the three patent disc-layers,
tasteless
and short if they will get in hanging around here. You go off and
and September, and cease grow ' the farmer, a distinctive Lee feature, absolutely unpuncturable t.
residents ad- "*' all night and leave me here
stay
by away
f continuing v touch with town *'
r s ing. Many times tough animals material are f vfilining what they have to sell. all alone. Arn't you ashamed. I had yet pliant and "frictionless.1

( to graze on this will bring a to1 over and get; Cy Perkins boy tf
2&.cent adv you go
.t' Qne
the ,
I' '. unable to properly fatal digest cane of Impaction grass-
i f; and of serious the stomach or will result Thisis ,.. regularly with whatever you ,b I promised him a quarter when you cost of Lee Puncture-Proofs to about that of ordinarytires.

> among calves "t have to sell. Try it. 4'e' i got home. Iy '
prevalent .
especially 4' That's too cheap I'll give him a dol.

f ."r ,... and yearlings, and usually for the successful trouble 44 4. 'p4,4.w 'y's''r'Gi4' i4.4> 4 lar. Now, Samantha don't get sot I \
. is too far advanced previous. You gave me a quilt so I Put Lee Puncture-Proofs on your car.
J'rof. C. II. Willoughby -
treatment, says of purebredsires could stay all night; didn't kick any
the
than purchase
.t' The of the best Florida remedies agricultural for]avoiding college.loss more and dams. Livestock or a corn then. Well, I must go and give Ras- Know, in advance, exactly what your tire and tube

,, and keeping animals in good condition field will respond to the extent of the tus his supper bills will be for the next twelve months.

during this time, are to provide some owner's efforts.! Purebred animals, You'll not'get any supper here to.

i t.y" ,, green feed or juicy green fodder for given no care, will be a failure and a night. In addition-you save time, temper and the annoyance
for beef cattle disgrace to improved livestock; they Ain't going to get any supper?
J c. dairy cown, and grazing of changing tires on the road.
fish
will have clean old
iI and young animals on such forage will be just us good as cattle or swine You to your
sorghummillet or sheep as their owner is a breeder. if you want any.
l crops as rowpeai, peanuts, I
napierfrrasH. John M. Scott, animal industralist So I see. Wellft Rastus, you are n6 +
'. and Japanese cane or Zt 7Ze.-tO 211Ut. 3
back in old box stall. All
In Rome cases a Bermuda or at the Florida Experiment Station your you _
be utilized tof says the man who raises good live have to do is just cat your fodder and -

.,: wirep advantage: rang if pasture unused may for several weeks! stock and gives them the proper feed pea vines, turn around a few times, .

I and consequently having formed u and care will produce animals in the lay down and go to sleep. While poor ,
same ratio. In addition to making a me, I've got to go to the house and
the ground. Far.
titers kind of who dry have hay a upon silo and have stored financial success, the pleasure and take my roasting. Wish I was a mule: GRIFFIN & JOHNS, Starke ,
Here's fish all clealll'd.'here
satisfaction of having admiring your
some silage by this time, can use
i f} small amounts of it to add to the friends will be his. shall I put them ?
is if Try and be convinced. Put them in that pan. You'll haveto :
The main point ,
fJt scanty glazing. ) ---- ___-_ __ cook them if you want any. Where
short sod tough during:
the la
V grass riKLD SELECTION OK TIIK SEED/ Is my fish pan? ?
the fall months, make: some provision
if l CORNIf You see, Samantha, the boys bent Cord Fabric
for more liberal quantities of succulent or
the handle all out of shape/ so I stopped
clean water
of
material I'lenty
PunctureProofTires
'\ seed has not at DeWitt C. Jones Hardware L w
.
should be accessible to livestock at next year's corn 1
/ all times. been selected, it should be done at. I I Store and bought you a new one. Hereit II

"y ----. once. Selection in the field is much Is.How >
better than in the crib, says C. K. in the world did they bond that
OATS FOR WINTER CRAZING
MeQuurrie, state agent. one like that, I want to know. .'." 4
The lint thing to look for Is the Why Samantha, don't just recol !tt

As the autumn months draw near, typo that seems best adapted to your lect. Guess it was when they fried
I *, the subject of winter pasturago' be soil and general conditions. Select that big fish. It must have weighed Miles "' -

;i comes important and timely. Those the bent curs of that type in the field ten pounds. There goes your old skillet Smile at

v who possess) well filled silos are for. and from stalks grown utilcr normal out In the yard.
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i, lunate and have not so much to worry conditions. A large stalk with a large Don't never ask me for anythingto r
about, but farmers with no such under unusually favorable
ear grown go fishing with again.: The next
>. supply of succulent winter feed nerd i conditions such wide spacing or a
as time I marry a man I'll marry a man
.. to get busy, says J. II. Thompson, for. fertile spot, should not be considered. that lias brains,

age crops specialist at the Univcf Select!: ears from medium stalks, that Samantha, the next time you marry I .--. .. -

airy of Florida. grow under ordinary conditions. Tho a man, he won't have any brains.. -

One of the moat common find sat- farmer thus gets to the most important There you go. Always picking out

isfactory means of) providing this feet point in seed selection, parentage.The the best words.Samantha -
is by limiting a winter pasture of neither r rr
[ ear should occupy a position if you'll let up on mewe'll
'
oats or Outs is usually the low the stalk
rye rape. too nor too high on go: to town tomorrow and I'll' buy
l!' most. Mutisfaclory. It should be remembered For Florida weather conditions a
you all the pots, pans, skillets, grist
v however, that this crop I'e. drooping bar, one with a long neckand
boilers and anything want in the
|,c quires a fairly fertile soil that Is cap a hanging point, in order to turn you
Enamel Ware. DeWitt C. Jones has
I' able of retaining moisture. An application Is erect
water, preferred to an car.
the nicest lot of that kind of ware FORDS ON
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of stable manure on the present is well from
: The ear that protected :
you ever saw. It beats the old tin all
or previtiut insures a better medium .
crops sun and rain by a weight' holler. Don't have to scrub and scour
yield. There are a number: of varieties shuck is desirable. Ears having: well
your self to death to keep it looking
that are adapted to our conilitions rounded out butts and tips are more nice and fresh.
among them being/! Fulghum; attractive have
and a higher percentage -
Appier, Hurt or One-llundrad Hay, of grain. I'd bought; a full fitout today but Farm
you know I bought you a bat two I TractorThe
Winter Turf of the different ,
or any A day or two should bo spent in going
r strains of the so-culled Heel Rustproof over the field, selecting these curs years ago and you han't got clone

variety Winter Turf oats hi' a good aid marking them in some way so kicking about it to this day. S6 you"go !

tt'' variety for grazing, the other varie that at tho corn is gathered these along and pick out what you want'

t t" ties, which may also be utilized for marked! cars Can be kept separated anything else you'd like samanlba'i
Say ain't it too bad
6, pasture, produce more grain. ,
and :
stored! | in a special place. When
(,. In Florida the best time to plant is time permits, examine this corn carefully be dunned before they pay their bills? I after. enice that goes with the Fordson tractor is second to

5 October or early November. The se-v d nnd steel lit out for next spring" Jones When I was in town today, DeWitt C'I none. Fordson dealers are located in every community with
i should he sown on well prepared Roil U'ftK working like n
at the into of one and one-half to two 'planting.To protect corn from weevils it will ma'am making Out statements. Says i stocks of repair parts and employing skilled mechanics who know

biiHlidn per acre. The seed may be be necessary to fumigate oice) or collections are coming In slow. Now just how the Fordson should be repaired and taken care of to do

t either flown or broadcast and covered twice soon after harvesting with bl- how do folks expect a nan to furnish its beat work.
with a disc or heavy harrow or /put in sulphide of carbon. goods if they all pay :30: days after it
*. withI grain drill tinder is (convenient as the Irish man paid
average;
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fc conditions, the his note? This Fordson service: that
crop will be ready to 1".un.iI.uln' ASSOCIATION means! your tractor can be kept
busy
, ; graze three or four months uftel' MKKTS: IV ORLANIK He has to pay his bills when they\ every working day during the entire
that F,
year ;
5 planting due If repairmen
: t. .. ___ .. come customers don't payr are ready to show how to
you the
annual fret best result
I, J.U'ESTUIII.l\I\NUS( \ Tho third meeting of the ]how's he going/! to get the money; toy I from the tractor.

, ; GOOD Florida Dairy Association takes place! pay hls'n. Just got to go. to the bank I 1

FEED AND GOOD; CAKE at Orlando, Sept 21,23rd and judging and borrow money. Fordson service insures
delay
,I II from the nood of the dairy farmers of Well, we don't owe him anything. : you against It is

" _The raising of good livestock means Florida to /get together in support of Don't see why you should worry KiSSiJF It is a;protection now kiASf by more

r this organization that it can accomplish -' Naw, but I don't like to see a friendof farmers in the UnIted States

. SEEDS ,, some real benefits in their mine worked like that.I .

Plnntlltrtin's! behalf, tho meeting should bo well attended. saw a man the other day that said Let tell
JI -Tcst Seed for us all about
\
> you the
Fordson
{ Wood ./ he owed J>oWitt' C. Jones quite a lot tractor And Ford.on service.
Results
Let
y Especially during the past year on fence wire. Now you know fence us demonstrate the Fordson on your own 'arm. Come
in
ttnrdcn and Field Seed for Fall have: the dairy farmers of the state I wire U cash but he accommodated the let us prove everything we and

I I'liintinp. Seed Oats live, Barley claimed that there was no profit in man by It'ivlnhim/! time, but he said Il'Y.

Millet. New crop, Turnips, their businuss. It has been difficultto faint much; guess he? can wait on

; Cabbage: KKK: Plant Pepper, gut n representative gathering at that little bill I ,

Keans. fears, Potatoes and Onion meetings of the association heretofore See, he never thought that he was''I

Sets Largest: and Oldest Estab probably due to the face that only one out of many that might owe .

q lished Seed !House in the State. must dairy farmers have been satisfied the hardware* store. Suppose bills I The Ford .

I 1 SEND FOR FALL CATALOG with their situation and could not run from $1 to $20:! and there was ati, GarageA. I.
AND SEED SPECIAL nee any real reason for attending the the; end of the month three hundred:

t' meetings It appears! however, that bills, averaging 500. That would'
; E. A. MARTIN SEED CO..
\;\ J JACKSONVILLE 1 FLORIDA dairy farming has not been a rosy make $1,500 to collect the first of the 'I W. & G. A. Anderson.
Proprietors.-
business
I proposition during the past month. ..
year and if there was ever need forth Suppose one half of these men he /

'\ MR. DODSON WARNS men who own dairy cows In Florida has accommodated should say, "My STARKE FLORIDA

to meet and devise ways and bill is small; guess he can wait until !
I' means for their own salvation. it is
It is more convenient for me to nav" !
now. That would cut down the collections- i ; !' L.
USERS OF CALOMEl It Is predicted, that the Orlando $7 O.OO. Some think it would make
meeting will interest the best
dairy as much difference inch ]
as an more .. . ,
farmers from all parts of the state on a man's nose. :=J
and with few exceptions it may be assumed
Those same would thinkof
men never
Acts Like
r Bays Drug Dynamlti
that those who don't come arepeifectly the
going to bank and say, "Mr.: WATERMILL
on Liver and You Lose a satisfied with their situation tanker, just loan me $10 for a short -

Day' Work. and are therefore not interested in time. I'll pay it back soon all It is Watermin, Sept. 17-O. W. Thomas'I GENERAL

mul..llllany. _effort' ..to better it, convenient. "Alright, Mr. Farmer, and daughter Alva, attended churchat I INSURANCE
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sign this note for SO days at 10 per Little Springs Saturday and Sunday -
There's no reunion why a person bou1 Habitual Constipation Curedin amt interest and you can have the HAROLD C. WALL
take sickening; salivating calomel t whet 14 to 31 Days money for 30 days only."
kt few cents buys a large bottle of Dod '1 AX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a siwcUUy-, the Evan Hodge was In BrooTcer Satur
All.l\"lUds
bankers
I are same as the '
Son's Liver Tone-a perfect substitute prepared Syrup Tonlt>-Laxa ve for Habitual day. STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
for calomel.It i Connttpation.! It relieves promptly but money, and must be paid for on Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Thomas spent ,

>lva. nt, vegetable liqul.lwill whirl should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days time or the merchant will have to go Sunday in Starke with Mr and Mrs.R. LIFE, BONDS
,',, star. your liver jut a.. warty a. to induce regular action. It Stimulates and out of business R. Prcvatt. NUTOMOBILL'l
calomel, but' it iliwHii't' make you nick' Regulates. Very Fleauuit to Takj.. sec I Say, Samantha, I saw a lot of ladies [ l
Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown
not nallvate. tier dottle. I hats were
; and cue at a store in Starke marked
" Children and grown folks mn tau I down from $;).00 to 98 cents. Don't I shopping in Brooker Saturday.Jack .

tti, rx>dHou'B Liver Tone, because it Is pur- ZIFF you need a new hat? Goodge and son, England, and

ttlf'tly III&rml(1l1l1.ti Ziff Sept 17.-Mi"s Alva Thomas ---___-., ___ .i Allen Thomas. were in Brooker Saturday E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER
Calomel IK a dangerous drip It latnvrciiry spent I the wvek-othi Dukes\ COMPANY
,, and attack your |'M>IU>> Take I near guest hum Thursday.J. JACHSONVILL1i
.a dose of nasty calomel today mid you of1 Mine Gertrude: I'arrlsh. B. Thomas spent the week-end I Alva Thomas entered the Brooker COMPLETE FERTILIZERs FLOIUl'I

; .'I will feel weak, sick and nauHKlited to. '' Harry Howard, Mrs Elizabeth How- near Duke, the guest of Hobble FnrrUh. '' school Monday. FlrBTILIZIU& UATERIAI.
I', morrow. Don't laMe a lay's worV. Take and and daughter, Ellen, :Mr. and Mrs.U. . I I Charlie Lewis was in Broker on 0PBATRRSIINSECTICIDES
:tt' .a spoonful of DodMnn's, Liver/ lone Intend ', II. Thomns attended' church at Lit :Messrs. Robert Lewis and Henry business Saturday.
:" and you will wake up fooling prtnt.Ha ; tIe Springs :Sunday.:; Gatlin visitors to the Gentry Stokes and daughter : a
were county I /! Irma Writ.....1..1 p,4.. ... POC1.TMT SUPPL ':
.. more*, headache LiliouHiiom, coated, conMtiputl tongue or ulugclaimed sour- I, Mr. and Mrs J, W. Lewis and son seat Saturday. ;, LI !W...(Ia.a.._......M..lw.ra I.llae r4. ...11x1we

I etoniach. Your druggist, says If youdon't I spent the week-end at Midway guestof Miss Vera Surrency spent the week i( Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days -

:.. find Dod ,on'. Liver Tone net bet their daughter Mrs. Ethel Denni- end at Pine Hill with her parents. j II DraMkM refund money If PA7O OINTMENT fallsu.ureItching. In Drooker SaturdllY Lice b 'mc of Mrs. . W. Thomas
.
. ter than horrible calomel your luouey is I son.J We are sorry to report the sickness Blind 3aedlnaorPmtrudlaePar.. :\11' and Mrs, Harvey Warren
I . ,
ln i nll< irllpve lirhln Ftlr, und ot ,
. O. Thomas was visitor ti. Gra yuu can I Evan 1I0dge attended the B
a of
i little Woodrow Trescott. Starko,
tor i .
waiting yon. I : reuinu..e.a( tux t)> tint tuuumtuoo. ftiat tt spent Saturday aftm"on) lit t'lit Dr" 'l 1. r Sunday nizht..rE' .




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FRIOAY. EPTE.MnER 1. l9O

!tRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPh STAKKE. FLORIDA.

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E. R. *ll frt en furnfturt ...... I'A.ESEVEN "
'' 60 Kft
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I CARDUI HELPED 1| Total --Knfrf.l--------n T.IN.lrict_ .-fond----_, 6HD42 Lou IM\. Vw'..ubl.. -. fW". .. ... fE'I ta cc 1 ,. 28.Gnann Tp. .8 R SS Et Eu- Hereby ((MI(8810NER SALE th. undersIgned Pttttrict No. Ten.PUtrirt - t,

E:. T. CKwby .h.Dr 27 ____ ..__ 000 Certificate ? u. 21 \W' of I I Certificate No. 120 embrace* Lot IB of I b)virtue of that ..r.l. flnal decre* of pattI. In No Flt-ven.. I .,
L. II. FuWh __ VtA In SW Cor am. B. .. Illk iMttmnnr .. I I.P.V* ..<
REGAIN ._ _..-__? 10.00 B. II T. 14. Timile Add to Surkl. aae.ed Un lon mlo and In th* Circuit Court tny hand ami aftt.ed( the Great ..unl. .'
Crlirii F. acre*. uaeued ". known.Certlfle. t of th*
do __
STRENGTH l.dl. tl -- ._.. _.__--_?_ MOO Si l.dfor Cuuttty, Fo.ld.. In ItInt. *nf FlorliU m TKUahMMt-v., th
W. if. lln.nn.-n Incld 2 h_._________ (BED Cjrtifleate.. JJ .ml.. 8WI of ll' t. No. ]2 embrace one lot la err!. on t. day of A u".t. I>.Chn thU the 1wntr-fourth Ccrltal "
i IF Moow do 17 ___----.- nn______ 1 JW"v0' NEIl'* lE" \ Stark bounded I b W. M Ed..r. In favor .f W E. Raln.-y. 0.1. Thomaa. 111. 1V20. day of August, A. I>. ,
n. Ma.on do __ 7.3 iVNri" NEl Bt, I). !'. Mitchell. ) 1 1, Jan .
RI .- _-..____. __ . < ofW' A M. .. R.iy. I..nl. W.r. tallje Ward ,. H CLAY $
CRAWfOftn
M Hull do 1 -_ __ _'___ ___________ coo : WE'.f SI). t, WH Oo NW< IlRNidway 8t . N I.) A. L Alvare.'. land I'.lh. ".I. . .T. Sapp, EdwIn: 'IL ) 8rt. .
Was :I V:Iflv r \1koil.t.'sehIow\ \ to ___...___? 1.00 (I. A In 8wfrfT uri> 2x 'M Tp e. S. I 21 E." assessed E I. Ln. R."I. 11..1. Sapp, and Wtlaon To f.. J. KPrERfiONKhrrlfT .of flat.
//Ultima Lady Sick For Thee I I.. L. KlHckuurn do 1 ...___--_-..?.. / "R"' B A ln NK ) :I K .. .,.". a .h... .J. Sapp. IOU next friend i .
Ftlie Bplm dr 4 '.__ -- -.-.---_.___. 20.0. 11 I I:.. 215 scs'a :I Certificate. N. no embrace* Ixit. B. of. J. II. Johnson Rncot \\ llli* John..n. Ken.nrth II.dfor Cu.tP10.28.
I Years, Suffering Pain, Nervous T-lnwI.. R.ynnld Ho 14 ___ _____.____ 10. City Llnlit, No. " "" '. .... N,, HO embrace I J. II Jolm.on their SPKlAL MAflTFR'P SAtE .
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l'I.n light 1 .. ______ 2.70 4 in .. Ll NWVt of N ) next friend complain
and Depressed-Read Her I HriiHford _ Ilk Mrklnnry Add to Butler or K' of 8WV See It. To 7, 8 .. and agaInst Rainey. .
I'.lk Int I ____.-.__ 4.'4 laa. liutler. Lk. ;n. R 1.ld..I. Nol. |I. ISonly rUm that unrf r and br
See R
Co. Hunk ik __ SI). 8. 20 l.'o assm.I c.I t.. Fco'k. I. Rainey. Nannl Berry and h... ,
l'n"lr.r 1 19 n _____ 1.17 r. >K>..w4 I'nknown 1. I . .Inu. .r a Anal rtf-rr-* made the 20th day of
Own Story of Recovery. Co. Hank do 22 _n______ U.KS C.rtilliate No I . N.. emhracea SF of WillIam, Iterry and B T. Thnmaa, fendanta. Auirimt ll:" I. the Ilnnnrnhli It A. Thmnhrr. .
IrM"r Co Hank' do 25 -_.__-..___ 4 N .f of Wlt 81 embraeea Com 12 ft '". /. TI" 1 R 22 Er U .. 8W\ 4)>, u.d..I.n. .. ComniiMtonira will otTer( Jiiilir nf th. CircuIt in and furItraHford
R.4 _. C.nr
1..Mn.d C. Hank do 27 ___n__?--. l.aki. SFr"r.. 4 I In nrtBinal' ofi i> UnknownCerllBeate and ,1 front door of the CoUrthouse Cuuntr Florida. that certainn
\Inln. meld to ___.__..______-- LOS I 31.' Ii. 11.1.'. :0 run N a fu W 10B ft, 8 I N. 171 embrace NEI of N I In 1..k. 1..M.r Counly., lorlda, ou.I. a. .h.'ln KiniBn/ And T nllandlry .
to lit b.. BMT. K Of Sty. Sre 1>. T|,. N. R. 1. ,. I.. bu. .f al. on Mondav. __., (. ,
6. R.o t? .-I a ____ W' -: - t. lartnrra n.m.of I). ().
Total) __. ________._____ >!4.88 I I U -- ir ._MHl N. I'. cul.n- flay of 0.1. A. I>. IU20. lo the h"I..I, KJnlitw sod r.m.ny.. t and
Faint Rock. Ala.-Mrs. C. M. t3ter.ll.pi N...rlii.I.-.N-t.' '; 1T" of Certificate No 17(1 NEU of N and U .t bldI. for caah In hand, the follow- .,. W. Mann Jr .I-mma). .o..I..n.t.. ,
-- 1.. .. Sec p:'.. Sec K. 8. R. i Inc d.irnt near here. recently related the following Ill 1.1.5 PAII ICY.' COI'IIIOSER Cobl SI! 21 F C ., aweued Mm.\1 a: aa.eas.d N.4.P Tii. Caul hen. 21 Eat. 40 aen, 1 I in Bradfunl County" ).FlorIda* altualvd. 'to.mil and being '..d.nl.* the.h uno..lwn.r .1 offer .flop.fc.1.l lWfor ,
Wldo.i
Interesting CVrtiAealc N. 1" embrace RU T. South Half the .11 . dI. 11..k.
of .
account
of her No.h..t Quarbr Ma, > 1. hour of )
re Mm i n pal Mon ,
Andftwm alloimne _. NEI. .
Mn M.rh.. 1.00 4 4I t',.rilncat. No VI, .embrace 114\ of W > of NW', E'' of h' Uf g'' (". :.d I'' North Half of th* Southeast Quar- (tay. 4th Itfffn to the hIghest. and 4
coven "I nag In a weakened < do ___.___.____ 8..0 I "IP. K. S. 72 I. I of Section .I"h. ,
con. M.L --- East, Ten, and
, VV, A EU of NF' ameaned (' tin Southwest Quarter ( .
Mm Fll. ___ ___._.__._ 800 of 5lt. R.. 1). known. I of the r. each. th folo.'nr dq.rrtlgd
dition. I "aa sick' three yeas In bed. Mm .I.hn.HI, Roilrr do n________ B.00 Ti, t-. S R. 2 K. 60 acre,, *.ed Un.CVrtldcate t"rln.l. Nn. I'D emhram B I( wont Q"...N".t". Quarter Southwest and th* North land In Uradforrt C..nl) io-witi 1
Mm _____ ..._ _ I k nn'n. 1-8 of B th Quarter of Kiftlnnlnir' at tho .f the
lotteries a great deal of pain. weak ll.nry W.r do -. J n! NEb. of NFH A Section la. x n. II T, ..lh..1
.f Wl
J. No embrace W It of a F'4 of iwn.hlp Rang* Northwest Otiartrr of ftouth.ant Quarter of
R I>uk<',, children ___... 10. l NW' of NltiHeen. . I,
I Duk. SV, 14. Sec Tn 5 8. R. ti IW" NKV,, Sec V. Tp 8. S. Kaat, 'n..lnr two and forty ST*. ". R r
nervous depre..ed &BO weak Mm MaitKlv Drowning do _______ 10.00 E. ) *. assessed Unknown R I I are, roor* I hund" 1tiwnnhln 6. It Sfr: nntf run H ,

I couldn't across the floor: Just Mm. EI.H..Lh W.lk.r do .... .-.__u_ BOO //.f-m. .. 't No Unknown.Cl0raIe 118 imbraii-a. lait 1. K or llnle' call ....tI..I. shall l I." .d..m. l. ItvaA. 8. CTtFWH M dunits Of Nnrthw-mt mln Qimrtcr W. IflXR of fort t PW Qnnrti earnr -. Ii."I

bad to lay and my little ones do the Tutu------------------------------- .'., if Ilk 2K In l.h'ln.I.n. Tniby Co..lib '. according to lsw. dP will Issue IH'r. C. F A IIP ARM. .r. th<.nr. turn' an .'" "R.ull..1 df .
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H 00 the IKth l.t
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I was almost dead. I Fund j' ) dlv dEl4 of 11'. f. 25. '", 0. 8. Witni'_ day .if, t.t.I" A. 1>. W. F.: DAMSConimla and 40 mln to tried C..I official,
\ork Amanda ... _ I 2J F. .. CII. Jnhnan. my .I"n.tu.and seal! this *Inner*. deere.. K mln F 1)120) f..t. to th Northwe.t .
I Thomai the A. 7
: of. and a cumber of I pauprr -- ]O.n llth day of .. P. lno. ADKINS. 14
811 thlnp hear ro..n. N" Lola I. 4 of 1..h'ml. A. rornrr of Northwest Quartrr cf Potitltri-mt,
Mm. I>. M. Mcknight do -_..___ ... |I Solicitor for
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SUI dn t get any [ In IhlnoV.'in Truby aol dlv WEEKS. Complalnanta8 Bt-IO-l Quarter, .n.. turn.ntr an aiiirl of itvrw '
reUe. Nntipv Cnnnor do n __ .._.__..... 1.00 ( Clerk Circuit Court. al
I couldn't eat and slept Iloorl Martlia Illitm do ___ ____u______ 2 Ml SF'4 of NF>4. Sec 28. Tp 5. S. R 21 Ida I..M.O Counlv ."h.. -- and 90 mln to the rlirht and run N M d. {
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I F . -a cd Tlllly Itrown.C'rtOrute I !FI LI) CIKIIFK FOR rillll rrvtw and 12 mln F. IflSN feel to the North
believe If heard of and taken L. I. Hairan do ___n_-.__-_____._ I.to Ity A. ICATION i
Cardu I have died. I Itiln Hunti-r do __.Un__...... 4_00FlhwlKlh No. 117) embrace lot. I of Hlk 9-17- .1-10-1S C RNWIT. In Circuit C.ul. Slate of florIda. Eighth .pant Corner._of. Northwt-_ Quart-rr_ ._ __of_._ South-_. .. .
bought i 41 I In ivlnrrpton .
'oulC I Hunter do __ __ ____ 400Warren Trnhy A ('I.e* .h fllv ofNFl 1'1'1) (" Judl"I1.. ,_... __..._ ._ _" ..1 0. .. ..IP '. ''n- '
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Hi bottles a neighbor told me Krmpy do ____.-_n______-____. 800 ', of !.:'4. Sec 2M. Tp 5. 8. R. 2 F. eery.Manret-. 1 UI.n. d.;.,; and; 40 min: to th .i it runnltw B i
what did for her. aMN .eil J.m.F f'.klyn. ORDrK K>K PUUI.ICATION 00 and IH mtn W. I: the
I AITin Srott do ..___. f fturlraon : fo.t to ,
Clnrk u.n_ __ _ _________.___ I.n. C..Un.al. No. 111" embrace Lot. I of Blk In Circuit ( 0"". Stale of Florida EIghth WII.m point of begInning and eontalnln 49 .
"I began to eat and sleep, began t Hannah I.. Tlarrli d.do __. -..___...... S.60 4' In 11"'Intmtnn. Truby Co. *nb dlv nf Judicial' (.ull. Ura.lford County, In Chan. 5S CAml.I.ln..t 4.10 act's'.. m.r or I I..MM. '3'I:
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strength of Nt: Siw. e. 8. n. 22 E, eery.Verdolla P. F.
pin my and am now Martha Wllklmon do ________--__ 800 11' , 21. W P William KNICIIT, .
Pow.ll. .
and strne. I haven't had any trou W N. Nc.muni do _..-____. ___n___ t.00H .. Juliii. ltutl'r.C.rtlfieae .. A. 8 CUFNVS: 8trcUl Msater. 1
ble since . I sure can testify to the ] .lohna do ..___--__. ___-_-.--_. 8.00Mr. nf Itlk Vo 137 embrace Lot.. R. 9. 1A (mplalnant J . I.r.nd.nt HollHior) for, C..ml.I./n..I./ tt.8.M.101HPICIAt. ,
1 In Wynn. Add to Starke. assessed "a I t .1.1..ln. "Mul amended C the .
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good that Cardut did Nora llwl. do n.n 2.3 S. M. Flu. It. A. Pov.li" I. above
I ncerrvrtlflralc taune Chat W D
me don't Riman K.I. ______.__un...... ] ) No. \Mlllatn. the : (
167 embrace N therein MAnrR'f
of
d.r.nd.nt nameil. IAI.I
think there is a tonlo made Monks do ____. ... fW14 I".f.nd.nt la a Kot< I In.
00
8 rrtiy
-un. F",. Sc. K. Tp 7. s R. 21 .' nnii-recldent of the Slat of Florida. and h. tnl and| hy
and I believe I saved my life." .Inhn WrlKht do .uun_____ BOO anaiiHed HnknownirtlAral Fr Itl appeannff b> ..11..1"I'nd..d) to th, 1* a rmbtent of the Town of Vienna In th. Hrtutf nf a Anal diTif1 mad* on llth day
Vnile Wynn do 400 bill Ali-d In the above eanae .. n State of of Aiiinmt A. D 1010.! hy the Itonorahl It.
,.. .L.I.d A. Cenry.la la .
( \ N 17t embrace the
of
For over 40 years, thousands of J. r. no'e do ----------------2-----: :: :: : WI1 IWt. Powell, the fondant .0 .v. age of I..nI.n" A. .. J
'O son Sic 2. T,'. 7. S H 22 lji.t. thereIn la a yearn t I. ordered that ald Th..h" .1.1" of the CIrcuIt CTotirt In
len have used Cardui successfully. .I. G. Vtllllaml rlo __ ___ __________ I n .,-..,. the treatment of many womanlyailments. F.vl. HiKirinbntham do ____--.__n_. ft 00Nowmnni Unless' ftnid certificate bn ridiemerfarcnrilintf hImself ao that nrocc.* of Slill'OI'na cann.d aplNar to the bill of complaint filed certain cmwhrrtitn, J. C. .Ionia la rem..i.l -
I CMIttnn do ..___-.u__ &.00 to law. tatt riiid. .h.1 Issue thereonon I. aerved niton him, and la over tho age of In aald, caiwe on or before th. 4th I.Ifiltianl.. .. N. W. I".n.. Many Horn*. R. :

Martha McDonald do _-. ___u.__.__ 2 00 the INth day of .I. D twetityone year* I I. thirefore or.*..I thai, day of Orlolier. A. I>. '1'20. "I M.nd.y.h., .. the alleuatlona H I..k.! l.n.l. ., .. C'Il''n. Hunkof .
If suffer these A Her Bryant do ........... Odnl. 1120. call ft.ndnnt IN . ,
you as women un-- 2 1 tnc.. my ) non.hl..1 an I la tterebr of .aid bill will I taken cunfea.. U.I..r. a orrtoratltin. W. K Anilrvwaand
take Cardui. may help dId F C. tlyrd do __unu_____ _.__ 1.0 ,\ day of ull.I.1 .I"n.tu... A. n 1020.1 . apmar, the "II of complaint ed by ..1" d..f'nd.nl. a :. I. Andrvwa are iftnclnnti' ..the, unilfriiliinid .
I you I.. f'. Melvin do _______________.... "h.ml.W. 1 filed aald caiiH. on or I.fn. Monday Ih, It I I. further .\..red list tbl* "' Iw .I ofT.r for ..1. l>rfor 0"' pull
At aU drucslsto. SSANNUAL. Ttiuhrl Slnki-n, do __un..____ 2 00MBI..U (Uil, rircult WfKI. 4th day of (Orloln. A. 1. H120. otherwIse thrfc.ed !il.hed, once_a weok. for, four house .1... 1'.rh. I I..tl., tn. *rn th.

1 ctwiirim InCntherlne nn___________ 1.0 itm! .u. 1..M.r C.un i .rni.j. Flor-j\ alI'u.tIn.by said or ..1" 1.11 : I -I.-., .t.._. .. ...._. in. *>iv 1..U.r('.itinty '. "".nn..lv...,. a tiewapn.h I!..*r.I. I !hniim,, ., of. .I.: un .M.'lnr, .<'.,rtoln. *lob
do ------------------4- di'fendant pi it iiiv.niwi nmi iN-ai r .
C.. n By C. A. KMfillTt *ald County and ClInt.. uiniH r < r ranri
rtuRinv Mtirttitrtt Rulm-tn do _... ._......._.- It. > Hiputy Chrk. I la further ordi.red that Ihl. nrrW lxpubllahid > Thi Annual 80. I th,* ffillowintr ditioi.lh..d Innda In I..Un., ;
UM; s'mC- Wlllln Mm-tln do __u.u__. .00.lack .1.1110.\ once a week f. four eonNccutlv 21.W.. T. WEEKS ,, C".nIY. (-'I..h.. t< -wlt >
KOUMI-UI NittlM do ___-.___ _.____ BOO WIN.k. In the r..M..1 County Tetegrs.h (IS.al Curb Circuit, ( ( ....nl".p.1, th. Rnulhrait, cnrurr of W,
Richard Jon. do ___-.....__.__.. 8.n !(TIF OF APPI ICATKIN' FOH TAX PFFD nrw.pap<>r In .alii county and tat s. Ity C. A. K "u.l. 11. 1uwnt.hlt A. N. lIar. vn K., run Walonn "
Mi. Mary Tyre do ___ ___________ n \-I SECTION T <>. 1'11: ThIs .,11.1.0 1920 Nlmr...rk. ..1.1 tea. Ins 28 chain : .no Ih..n. N BrhaltiH I i
The nnual live Mr,. Tnm T>vi\l do .-____ _._.._._ l .00Mi : } HAl.. "TATU':1: I.t W. T WFFKS E M JOINI. niMl 11 tltikai. at a vnrlct lii. nf BH it lwT9 -
stock round-up will ... *hnrnh ItiK'liin do __h'_ ,_-.___ BOOT Ilinby notire I i. thll F Knlrliti ( Clerk Ctrcil ".I, r.. Cnnuilalnaiit, '8-BI-10-I W <.f N I. the ATI.. eIght of way I i
be held at the university of HondaJD W While Ron ,UlIIlll'A!! __ u,__ 2."6Ceii 'irha.i of tax ale certlflcatnunilHred 11'nl By C. A. Court thi'tip) I"". ". alone said t rIght ft way

l October 7th and 8th undci I D Ilnrnard Co. Riippliiv ____u 6 40I rrnprtlv.'ly' 8. 2B 41. '70 til. MR ]HI. 101atid KNIHT., .., -- rhalna t I., rnnim It". tlttrri ailing Maid, ,.n"1
ilucc- > ,'. Co. nupnlU lodge -u____.___ 4 fR1..Mor I 2 iKHiud by the Tax olli-etor of Strnd.firI A. 7. AIlKIV" ,.1) N.rlrr lIne 17 .h.ln. iilnrn of tr-pRlitiilnu. 'being.
tion of the Florida tnutily. M.irldn HnlH rirtiflrnteii. litlnxInt In thi. Circuit C" ., In of ,
agI'jcultull extenn Co T"I.a.h l nub l M 8nllcll f. r Complainant 0.8_ County Flor 1..h h.1 (Qnnit of
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division. The j F. J.h..o nlty __..-.. .lol.m.n.__--__._ 4 ", d .1,lult 2nd 1 mi". and ban $1 .11 .raid ...- Bt-10.1' ida In Chancery. A i. H. Ity. I"th.1 II :. otInilug Urt
riot yet T Weekn InHexinir .. _____ __ 7B t 111pl. in I my nfflce and ha nia.li .'.'.1.) ('( TV OF I.AKF III 1IFR ,, t..,.,, or Irait
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rOIIh.te., but a strong one is ussmcd. J. C. \Mlli nl">r.lclnn _____n____ 417 on f.r tax d.d i issue In accortlnncu ", hI. Noun: nt .'I'AI. insniAiior A. ArKINI.
A number of the university Tnlm Mock janitor e ______ S.83C lu" Slx-ty liny. nf't.'r date hereof I I. the undi,. RT.>.Tr ('IF" f'LOIUOA. A. S< fKhWS.: 1. l
cxpcri- -- -- -- fl..I.1 1.1.
and A. Kniitlit Hiiperv, mriflt _.-._.____ 2ft.00 laid cprtlflcnte. rtwi etlvely embrac.. 1befollowing atffned. a* A.ltnltiletrator of the .. tif To ii,.. Taxpayer* and i Clllxen of the City of Solid! tlr for CoinplnlnaDt 1.-I'-I".1'
nIt\ extension men will speak, landM t'nilnty, f'I..ldn. In.d Nvn..m. ,detiianed ir."t'oi Ink. .r.
sV. T W.ekii' Mirk etc 11OKI 0)1) H.I.r" ) wi flip" 1.1. -- -
us well number I : ; : - ; ;'1--::- ".....d at tilt. date th. Uauance of aurhreiliflcnte. and final account I the lion, 1 tak -
as a of the bunt fuim- f). Itiunanl, Co. mipplica" 111120< .. I.floe. that on the tICk day Mil I. MPI.AINTIn
In the name* n.pf' hereinitftir A. farHin' 'r. County, ludfe of llrailfnrd Conn. fInll'ltl.r I A. l 01 (
Co. __ ___ 5.OB .U.I. | ) > 1020 at Clalneavllle, In the
2 and live stock men of the state. Itn.k. Ph.n. le..h"n. ty lorldn and .. i Clrrult (Vnft uf llr>rlUrltrhth ', .
Innt water 10914UltHntn "MI..ln.ly ait fnrth. to-, fi.k 'lo I. ill.chanted, .. SlIck ( ,,f Alnebun. 'n thi-; State of ll.irldc.I at
Tin able i I !: : 1 : : ( 'mtranSWI./, i.f Adnllntstrafir' clork I'. M. : Jmllnfnl ((rn-ill. Um,|.
arc
to fnre
fal'nu'1 give firs.tnnnd Cooper A Netiliewti cottle dip 11AOOIt N" f .1 . the Itonorablii A. .
,. Till I ford r '"nty. in Clianrrrr.
A .f S\\i" S.-c tin ?'Hi I .
14. Tp B. R It day of Aiiiriiat. 1090R .ImlKi
ol l
interesting information TViulinir corn on tna onll .. lit!.94II :I Th..h. aid .o..t. you required > r. Ad-hind imilAlnant
on nguiliuial II Ill-van jnnltnr rait Annual ... "7W Int: 1 l"i( aenaweiM d M J. N< tllrertlflcnte .. II. NFWRf'. to ahnw raiu-K you have, .why (

subjects. W. Dnlndin dlmr rattle flip _.__-. II n No 2r <''mh.... N l-t of. F'., AdmlnlBtriitor of F.In. of .. N.n. tin ItotiHa I In the sun 'flrI''Thoui.an.1: ; I),:). .film Alc-Kundtr V. ftrahnm .' ,

A__-_-- N. T>. W.i.w.l"hl advance tax HUMrr_. 100. of lot ,I w' ., of rot. I In T F. I). Henaaed 27.tlt-10.22) lara pnipiwid l.I.. "11.. ('II, of Ink.. I.. Oat,. Hantuil, C I.ann, J.m.. D
? Inki llutlir a.noitd M ,
Carr llutlnr.
___ S 00 n",1 I. aboiild not be .
C.II. pauper, uun. i ; 'nlI"'d I. a..nnn..I. Mi'l.emirp. .1. .'arl .1 rcdr .
L\KC HUTLrn ..1. I. du _.._ ____. __h.__ _.._ R 00 % ., NOTJ( Fl' Al'l'l ATK1V 1'01 TAX "H.1 l IN WI'rlWfl W"I'I I" I h.v. hereuntoplnci .: T. W I.. John . Earl
rtlfUnt. No 41 imbraeea of KII1IOV 1: 1'11.
N'4 r ( ,
Kachrl Stoke liurlnl cop riniiptr, ..__ B (BOlerry j t 7 .. lICE "d nnd i 1.1.1 veal Ihl. the Hl.t Jr Tha U .. W. K t.
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.TohnB imilTKr ___.__ _.---_ 800J .f 8F' of NP'4: ft Fl nf W., of "EV C.rNrltAI: : ITArTtI .1.. or Aur".'. A. 1>. sod Tranrla I. Drfcnd-ana
Lake lutle. Sept. 17.-Mrs. heavy M. Mroonleo 1 day with hd milinue 4.80 nf NF', 8". of $ .f PW. of Ilf.reb> notlc*. I. itlvin I that A. K. Adklni. IHHtlW. T WrfKS: .nta. I 31.n.

Ciaskma of 0. V ttrnokli dn _ ___..____n_ HOPrrw A of BI. of fW'IW'\ 'nf SFl/, of iir'hnu'r, of tax nal.<. .11..1. numbered, Clirk of the rirrnll l.iurt In and fur. Bradford ll -.>...>.,ltn It.** .-,... fll.,1 la* th. .!..... .0'
<'en. Sapp pelt Redillfh flo ___ __ ___ _-.._. 4 40lirn sw"L" ''.I..r_ ._'" .o _, ', WU riNlnelUrit. IMI. RI Ur. U7. ill I ID __ County. r'iorI.la.IS'nII l'N'Isc tlmt, th. rwdlcitff.i' hi. tho. ;;
Saturday cxtnm with her ''miter, ." R.ynnlilii do .-_ _ ___'' -_ 5,00 ,. hr'j i .it ;' eRH ( Im'-i .r flit' I. inn IBK i 11 inn IH7i02: )iII:' 104: iu I'V C A. KNII7IIT. di.ffiiilnt.t*. soil. inch) ..f them. '1"4
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Mrs T J. J'klc. returning home Sun. C A. RiiUru do __._ ___ ___ 7.40 I. ..,12.Vnknownlirtitlrtile Tp B. 8 n 22 F. I" o.... ..- 200 20- 21. I..d| h1 the Tax (.1.-.1. 0 1.M.II.1 _____ IhlsIVCI.rk, and ciicit .1f th"n h*.Inn nv*'r art of *w,'n.
W. .1.I 1 dny with hoard ._ 4 00 for County. Hald ) I
day ,.. I 1..lr1 y r I Ii In thcr ltrd
morning. ( No 0 .."h. ... 7% ',,. of NFV rain l ,, ilalid thi I 2nd of .13.. TOWN TAX NOTICE \'h. .. or< that)

S. S. Proctor conducted a meetingat Total) -. ----- - _______nnu_- "04,7B of Kfi A NVL of Ns:I', & NL. of HWi', I 1. .1017. and, ...rln..h. 61 "nl. .1,1). 1'"). Notice I la benby given tbat, vnc' Tiillowlnu thry, .1.I."d..I.IlrI.v t and r** rrirh to of (,'n.. I. and
or NEI4. 11t'. 17. Tp, A. R. R IN FaKtaerm RI> 17.4. Hitierltid, lan.la' will .old .I'I..I| annray tn th*
I Fine and Forfeiture fund liubllc
11. 1.1f. IHi. IDS. at s'tI.flnfl Kill nf ComiMalnt ..
Brandy Branch Biild
171 1" I l.
this .
week 'on..II K W. WillInm.Cirtlflrsfe rnim in or
W. J. Fpperwnn feedinil ".t."n.. ___ 4B.8 i a 111. . 21)7 'Imr Hatid the tbe Cost Mnnday, nf Oetnlicr, 111/0. I being fi Monilny., the n..d.Iat, of Nnv 'mtmr.
1020.
Mr and Mrs. Joe Crews of Guilford (1;".,.. A. Gnrdincr, dice Ofo. Conwny 2.271 j N. HI "mh. Tleir at NW 6th Hay of Augunt, A. U. ,KM", mid, l I ha, thIrd the 41 Ih ilny of and month' at tlnlfi.nl. In thecniinty Klhrrwl1, th a11iralUitia I of unld hMI of .
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__ _. ___.__ . ( i.f SV4 H- run K nnx yIo. on line dlv the) xaiil nf |I..d. vom
w. J. Fnnemon do 1.0 certiorate. In n fflrn ban main 1.1. of rlorlda or *o 1-lwlnt wIll h* token . .
motored to Lnkc Butll' Sunday. Conw-ay. wit do _.........i.--_ '. S1', of Sec 2)1. to pt of beir. thenc. plication, for r .tax d..1)t.i I....ni In accord much( .IberiHif .. will Im nem.s.ry ti> pay th* mlanti. a ..r.d ) anld .
Mr and Mm. nihl.. llniiidfn at jail ___ ___ 4" 00 F 4 VIH| lhenro S HHO yd to Hiw lIne, atici with law The mild ,certificate. nntnunt ilili' fur In.. h mt ntipnaite tbe 1 It (I. .
n .. reaper- nrdi rd that thla .,1, I,
> full.
"U"fc thrnce VN 440 N HO hrh. r "
located at the home of Mrs.mal 11. al'l L. I w.. W.J. F..m..n Inl.d.n w..hln"ruse Sil.at. [j.1.._bal__-_._n_ 2740 2 00U .See. 211 1. A. 8 yd. R. 19 East yl M to acre pt*.uf...lieit,... tlttly r"r County imbrace, Tlo-lila.tbe r.I.wh..,. 1..1.at the In d.l.I..d. .corn.lv..I.ln.. tngelbnr, .'1 h tbo rust nf paid vale and 1l.hid* 0. .tIe a Tratlfi.nl wl fur rminty twi.lv.Tnli'irrnt en.WIIIIO.Weil. | .

Sprinkle. .1. II. MilU wltneu do __n_ ___. ___ noJn .C,. A.I..d. I."pn. of such certiflcati. the ( .n. : Cor nf 'Ibe NI4 of and In soul an'slistu'e
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I Thnmaa do __. ._.._. __.___ r .In..I. N. lid mbraeea NE' of 8PU rrniicrthi'lv hirenaftir n.m. run W 7 .chain. 8 / "WIt of ..I.h. mninty ..0 atat
set 1h\m\ Kith
Miss forth I ,
1.0 particularly > AuttiMt A. 1). I H hi')
Myrtle of Newberr f 21. Tp A. H. R "R
c 22 10nrrtt. ) .
Colns. } ( . .. . .. 1\1" ( F..I t..wl. A. C I. II y. I hi nee alnliH aald nf )
spent the Dr. end Mrs.I I :.rohh'o: ..-.- -.::::::::-:--:-:-:-- 1 2.70 ..."ieH J. B Ithndi rtlArnte way F line of NF'4 of ""'4. thi.nee ( W.('h..k T WPFKR.
Secber _._ __ ___ __ 5.0)) (irtlflrate No 181 embrnciUit I B. Hlk ( [ 184 embrace NF Quart, N alnnv naIl lIne to pt of log. Moe. IS, Cf.1 (1..1. C..r
King. -- -- -- of : C A.
: !I I' lIen Johnu do ._____nU____ 1 00Ifthnnlc I II I, In. 1.lvln".t.. Truby A Co's A.1 toSl.rS q..r. Ri-e 17. Tp 7. a. n. 21 F. Tn C. It 21 1.1.:. 7 A Ownir. P K I ) Nlmlr .
-- 40 ... ..,.
cd I.
Mrs C. L. Vaines and baby, Claud Johna do ................... 1 80Buddie urnu'ueod Owen darHlnir. ('acre.. .* 1. II Jon* Ta... and' .... fA 40 a.'A.'n'.II.f. h."ly
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of John.town. visited her mother I ) Ovorge do ____......___.__.--_ 1.00f.eorue Urtlftcntc No. '101" inibrnce. SP'4 nf NW lawn.tn..t.. N. 61 embrace. lot .1) In Wood W H A of KFV of : and RWV of *
I Mills do -.._______.___.__ __ lOt > S.1. 4. Tp 8.. R 22 Fat. 40 acre*. ...... IB IP ,B. .H R 22 10 acn-a. ami SWH of )('"f1.,. V. Tp B, AF" InTI( ". FlrfTIOfIIprtIAR *
Mrs. S. S. Proctor Friday.A Chan. Mills .In __--.______--____--_ 10' .> aod 8 S. Cha.I. rirtlllcnle a .d Herman Shaw.C'rtlllcale F 1)4) A., 0..1. K KIM. Taxes I. \\ : Th. IrfwlHlatur of lOlfl. ',nit'rI
E. Proctor attended Kaiford Masonic J. A. Howe. do n_________ __._ ___ ( 1. fmliraee. fWV. V of ( 1. H6) embrace. W Half nf 8FJunrt.r Coat, ttt.86. .10 ),. rmM.tltu.lnn of.IHHA .,r th* Stats ofI
N'w.nm do .._-_._____ ........ 1.00 |{y. Si-e 27.' Tp 7. 8. U 22 :.. 10 acre. :22' K: ?0 of : '"pr. Hi .. B. Tp. e. 8. R. NIt, of NW"i and NWU ..' II I lorldn. rlld fifiwa, on. Joint fd-nnltiUon' firo.IMM .
lodge ,.
Wednesday evening. I I IH., l..-. do _--__---_____--_--<__ 1.9 an.i-.aed, I. 1.. ferlincate acre. Rd. 1iI'Inn. AcnIn I NH Cor.AI'0..H. Tp 6 i: 21.IJI. .nu nn amindmimt tn the Cotmtllullnn, , ofth
Ardell Jiawdy was a business 'ie- n.br F. (...1"| .. Ho _n______.__.__.___ 1.3 I I'nloo .hl .ln..I. 'Hlmll IMI redeemed NW N'l..87 embrace' HI!; Quart nf 97 A. Owmr .> .. Txe> 8tai of 1"II.hIH. and, thomm) .agreed
itor Saturday. I Ah. ... dn ____- --.__--_ _-.__ ....o.dl." to I law 10 .". will IMHIIO tin rnon .Quarter aimeMed. I. A. Pp. It. B. I. 112 F. 40arr.w ...1.. 521.711. In hy a ..I. of t.I"h. .f all the ttirm. .
| ___ _____ the lath dav of O.ktu'r. A. I>. 11120V Hnkn".n. Big at NW < of NT t .
J. n. Ho ___ 2"P C. 4 14 of NF" and run .rii flt-rt-ftft to .I. that 1h vitva *m
.Yt \ ..
Oscar Rimes \Vorthinrlcl. was to .. d<. ______ -_____.___ 1.0 I. my official nlirnalure and Neal this rtlflcati..if No 04 imbrnce. F H.df of F B-6 fret n 4611 f.. N 67lt f. W 481) ft., said Jnltit RraHilullon w.ra ..nt.rd iiimn! thlr
trnnsactinp- T. A. TTndirhill do _._____.. __._.. Ito I Ilih day of 1''nI..r.) A. I I ItiEfl 1.1 A 8W Quarter of SF:: Quarter. Her. lo tit r>f lie*. I 18 T*> 10.. ryapeetlve J nu main. with the, yeas at ft navathcrfon
8. I
blsineHs in Llkl Butu I I. R. l .l.i. nn___._._____. I.80I T \F"KS." known 1' I 2; E. 10 Acres. a.icwod tin- 8 A Owner, I" Kit I,., laxe. col, atid thi. dll t .1..1. and ihrwrHthat

Saturday. I \. I.. Ah.n.Fd..I. do --______-____.. ___ 10 Clerk Circuit C".r. ..e..d C..t.. In. (".rllflrate n on tlio, nald J.ht) 1.III.n( I. .,1"111..1In
Tommie Dikle) Sunday with Matthew Waiidin do ___n-___..__._ Ida. IfF full' 41 In Nn I IO embrace.' W Half of Com 500 ft N of BW Cor. of NFV4 and run (.. <,l.. .. of th, the (1'n..1 l
spent C. C. John do ___ __ ________._ 10" By C. A. KNI'r. ..Ivlnrnlin .T.nl) Co a .lib HIv of N 418 ft. r. A27 ft. W ft N It'lO PlnrtUm: In Ni.v.ih''r. 10PONOW. .
his mother Mrs. T. J. D.kl.. Roy Johi,.,. Hn u.__. _..n_ ______ 1"1"1"' I ) .. NF It Q".r. nf.. NF Q".rh. lOon 2H Tp A. t. ft of INK See. 18 Tp,t.. II 21 r: f 1'IWrml'nHP.: I. II Day ('IAW.f'IIr. .

A baby girl was Mr. andMi's \' Drown il. .._ _. .-_ "__-__ tOn 'NtlflTl- I F. .No. J.. Juh."n. A.. -Owm.r J. Q. I'.k. Taxe sodOnstil. ... 1.1. of th. f
I ) do .___---__________ >.20 >P A1'I'IICATION FOR TAX ItfEDI $ (.II..t., .. ill emhrane* HK Quarter nf *n in .I. '.. !" h..nl,v iriv* nntli tl,atCFNKHAI. a
Mose Feinjror TuesdnMr >'. AI.KTn.I..hll ___ _ __ ..____ SO MlUt' .n.TII. 671 (IF TiE ( N r 84. 'rp. (I. I 8. It. 22. F. 40acrtH (.mR.oN Cor. of SFV of SWV4 and run : ElECTIONwIll
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and I UluiiH .____ .__. ___ 1.IAI.1TA1I1':1: : : n..d J. B. Mu.r. yd., W :
Mrs C. F. Ruers are the I'nnVrhll I > (' 210 ''l.. to a pt of I big bell 'In each In Flo.rl-.1a
Hiriby < rti ratw No 14I emlrracea 8 I. oonnty on
._ .. __ _____ F KnlirhtI of Ohm .. 70 .. .
W
J 11 Rilch do 1 00 1.1 yd in N 70 .
happy Rriulli I Tuesday idlnv the ftnt MotiHay InNnvi'inlXfr
patents of baby g\rl\ born irchaiur of Bale I of lot I'. <4 lint of .I. <
a
I numlieredrmpectlvely Lot I I |teas n. ..
Brown do _.. __ 100 I. .rln..I. Inl in to ,pt of big Sec Tp 1 .
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: H'nl -- -. -- N F ). II A O lU-VO. I". ald Tq-alny, ..
Wednesday :. .. Wilson dn ___ 1.10t 24. 27. 20, SII. 2. 44, M, B7. 12 7. Tp 8. II 20 K. 4H acra. F. 1 AcreOwner John William, >
j unu .... ,ocd J. log the
HZ 7S 77. S8 100 107. 120. 12*. 180), 140. M 8haw. Jr
t __ ____ _____._ 11. laxe and ,
M 1 20R mali
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bennett and Aarnn 'nUm n --- '.. .. HhCONI: nAY OF ,
1114 ( 'lfN.O.
178 1 ;Ce. 11. Imui by the .If. No I no embrace. 8F Quartir of NnVIMIp'r

baby of Johnstown, spent Sunday with Arch. R.t.1'revatt revatt do do. _nn___..__--___ ..._.._-____ 110 1 10 Tax C.I..I. Bradford ininty., P"lirlIn. NF ... 8<-e. A Tp 7.1 8. R. 21 K. 40 Marshal. and C .Ar' for. thf ratinraflon or. .I .I.n .f nftirnilmxtttto ,th. mill 4 4Joint
Hnld I lieinir dated ptenilier, 4th, acre. assessed Ida M. Pratt C.I.lo. II..lu..n |i"' n ir
II. and Mrs. Frank I Nathan, I rtvnlt do _.__n____ nn_. ].In ..11..1' th I,. Cnmatltution' .th. Ktat uf
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: Dennet. do _____ ___. __ 120 1111ft. filed aIl certiorate'* In mv frtlftratn No inn embrace* J Half of 8 of Florida. 4 4vi.
Dr. C. B. 0.1. Whlo -- .fflce and ha* made, application" for tax deed 5i: Quarter nf NW Quarter A NF Quarter of 1CTlrF OF Ft rfTION :
car-I to, Ins,," In accordance with law. SW Quarter. Sec. 10. Tp 7. 5. To the County, of the A JOINT IIPotofIrrlos: ro.o1nir| anAmfnflrnmt
21 R, AO) Ih..11 .r
olina _____ __ 1..df..o
.. __ 17286 I.
ppent several with! his Total n SnlH . Slat' of tn **5tUin A of Artlrl IX of tha
reitpectlvely the acre amu-* d W. A. Maya .
l"I..IIH'I.
day. .tn. .mh.. ._. .._ ... .. .,_ .,_ _
1.. .".. . a. ." ., .
ents, and airs MarsnDtirn : foll.iwinif In Hradfnrd County. lorlda) (crtineat* Nn Iii tmhracea SF Quarter .1 kn..n. I. n ri AV CRAWFORD - - .. ...- ,. .
FINANCIAL PTATFMFNT OF COUNTY *....1 at the date of the Issuance nf *ueherrtlflcalim of NF Quarter 8ee 17 Tp 7. 8. R 21 B, .. .f Slate, of the rltat of rlurlda. d" to o.M.tlnn .,0 Fltianr
returnlnl: home Monday. FUNDS In th. ..m. reapertlvely' liereln.fti 40 acres. awieMied F. If June*. bnby give nut Ice that a It. It It-ffunlvod 1.1 th. Iggi.latur.l of th.

I. G. W. Alderman and son, son, Monthly nnancial alntrmi.nt of Bradford .r ","11.1/.1)/ set forth, II-.I: Certificate N.I. embraeiia, All Sec C.FNFRAI.: fI.\'IO\: fitat of Florida E
accompanied by Misgi Inn Mona and County for the month of AutruNt. 1920. ...tl.a. 24 .m.) .. .. 8. 4 of Tp H. R. 22 F. 040 arms. aae.ed I'1. Will I Iw, hrH In t 1..dr. .. State of that, th. fullowlnir amndm-i to fl* tlo.aA
General Fundllnlanc Illk McKlnncy Ad. Lke Puller, Urn Florida on '. . uceeedng! tha, Spat ..f Artlcla 9 of the C.n.tlut'"n> if, lb.Stat. .

Blanche, motored to Starke Siirda>'. Auu 1. 1020 . _ _. _47BORec '< *.aeMed Unknown \ (....ll..I. Nn 1K7 embrace F Half of MOTI.INV, In Novemlwr. A. I'). 1121! th* ..aid1ueday nf Irirldn, n.l.tnl to taxntinn, and 1nanr .
Miss Ina Alderman has accepted aposition <'ipta lurIng month .nn_______ 1 77UarranU (.,rt Acute Nn 27 embrace lot 11 N of F A NW Quarter of Quarter \ beIng thuOilO'ONI ta ht.rliy and K-ttall b* ..
Iraued _______. ._._.128182III. R In T. F. Hiklea 2nd Add. Lake nut NF Quarter nf NW Quarter Il W Half of > nAV OF NOVfMnP1: I nittii| to th* *l-rt..of th. atat far ad.p.
in the Bradford High School,. I..). ..._ t For United .. t Inn *,r ri J t Inn the I _
. .. K. ,.t 1. 121 ---------------21120.44 d n.tl. William. SW Quarter SK Qu" .'.. I IB. 1p 7. f..I. . Slat at tint pfira .1!
Starke and be greatly missed .. fo.r.lu.Fund Cirtlflrale emhracea ft of NE', S. R 82 F.. IO) acre*. mine.ar'd .1 aul n. ),r Florida. fur. year from March 4. 1V2I. Ih.n.1.1, I.. ".... Hiat I. pay that, HM-
wi tlalanr AUK I._I ____ _-____240127 flee H4 Tn II. S. It 20 East.: HO ... Certificate No 194 embrace. All. 28 f-or Six 45)l I'r.uii'otlal Flerturalor lIon f of Artlrl 0 of the (rmiatltutU, of th.
from our Ilict'ipt d.rn.' month .-._.un_ icaaed ITnknown Tp 7. 8. R 2 t. B40 Aerea, ._f.aul on. Itetireeenlatlv of the Second Con Htiit of rl.rlda I** ...,".d ..t nad] .

Miss Eva the weejc- Warrant _ _-_- ___-..__. e..7' ( ertitirnte No UK .embrace Com at NE Kro. gre.'.n.1 DLtrlrt of the) Stale of Florida. In follOWl I
Epperson spent Ilalanoc I.u". 1DJO __ --____--281062 for of Nr'4:' nf IW"n B. chn... Certincate No lOll embrarea All. Sec. 24, th* H", ). .nth Cnnvre.a of th I Unlud .".n fl. Th* 1."I.lau. ...1 hav, |M>W.r .
end in Starke with her parents, Mr. Rpt Road Fund t ft to Ry rIght way, .. W alonalaul Tp. '. B. R 22 E. R4Q Acre. aeaed laulHrn Hlntea' t. prtivld. for 1., ,. Ifoiid only

and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. ".I.n.. AUK 1, ll>2') _____._.___n_._ 1"4 80 rIght of way I 14 .. 1 f to a ptnt *. Fir Covernnr: of the Blat of Florida. for ,t-rm j.rptm. of T-fjn'llnr Inva-ilon or aupiirrM.iiInir -
R.lp. during month _.-_ -___.. 1.42 hett. thence N ft d"".. Ill ft. Certificate No. 194 embraeea 2B, Fair Secretary of HtaUi of t,. 8tat of Iruiurrrrtlon* f. th. purrm. of
W.r.nl. liwued __ __._ there W Sin ft variation 1 dea-ree* S. Tp -. I K 22 C. elf Acre. Al.**!laul rl'.rldaIor .d..mln. or .fundln. bonds already I.*
HI I,IS PAI HV SCHOOL tUMHIt. II.lance I. 1020 __.___ __n_ 10B.81 ''h... 8 210 ft tn ald "h.r way, thenc Hro Attorney General of the BtaU of ...< at |4>wr ... P. M -.. hd *ervic. .- .-._ 720H ."t Outstanding Fund K alongaald rIght of to pt of hog.. iertflcate' Nn 198 embrace N Half of Ida Fo' urp'M. of aofjulrlnir. 'hiilliltnw and m.lnl.ln.

: T: CrMby bachingI .----- CC I ".'.n.. AUK. 1. 1IUO __ n___._ 17e >8TtecefpU Miiial 1 A In M.;'14 of 8W 4. Sic I. Tp 5. F Quarter A SW Quarter nf Quarter 1 For Comi,trolley of tl State) of Florida. log a ay,'.m.r viMid mats and hrldtr
,
Futch Ho -. 55CC I durlnv month __............ 8 Ii 21 Faat: 1 acre, aMirned Jones, Half of NW quarter NI Quarter .f. for Treanurer of tha .. of Florida. throuiftidiii;, thla Rtai* undor mirh ,, (,.
Mm.L H ruteh Ho B IMIT __ Jr for Burierlntendint, of an may I** inerlh-edl I I hy Act of th !
an
-- --- - lonuvd NW Sec 27, 7. B. II. K of *
rinhot.ter M ;erv :...-::::.:. 1."0W I W.n'.n.ll.li.ne. S.pt I. 1020 -n.u.__.___.__ 17e 88Dralnaf rertlflcat. No 42 embrace tot HI In 240 Qu.r..., **.d Paul Tp Bro. 1 the Slate of Florida.. I'uhl. In.l.u.l.n In la,,r* ".vld.d. that any bond Iwucti .:
n ttrannen Incidental* 11 10fla.lle Wimdlawn. Sec III foe C'rmmlMilnner: thnrlterd In h.rof for .,.. 4)
- Sund Tp ft 8 R 22 f:.. c'.rln... No 200 embrace* All N Half of of Ar.loulu. of lb. l.ir.ane. M ..f
Grift-la teachlnir .----:- 11f Florida. good ywada and rldtfa shall not .iedj I In
(;rlffln A John. material ___ --_-. 1,1CCOtilImfl l-eelnt. due nv month _._..__._...u No. 44 embrace "'4 of N'( W' Qu.. .. Bee 1 p. 1, 8. It. K I For Two Jimtlce of the fluprem. Court of amount llv. fA> ncr **nt. of tile, U'tal la* a..
Lumber Co Ho -- - 14 1"trad V> arranta laiued -._ __................ nf SWt-, of NW'" NI-. of FH' of SFnf '{ Acr<.. .... 1. Bro*. 2 the State of Florida a < ii-ni'nt of th. atat at the ttm of \1.._.
ford Co Hank I lot _::::.-::.:. SI* 00 llalanc Sept 1. 192(4 _.-.. ______. 12090 NF'" nt S'.,, of NF", oir 8F w' Ki-tlllut*." 207 embrace* F Half .,f N Fur On. Railroad, C-ommlrailotier, of th* Btatof Tt>. vett#* rant In ..mt.l.n., with *aMrtronrMffol
.1. R. Davi Co.. Insurance .__ 41 1.07W.h..d nf CFV a, 4"ot f'lorldafor mndm.irnt .
o Wldu P.n.lon Fend W14 ( 8 w", W Quarter A N 10 A of R Half of PWQuarter 'h. canvass. dwnla
t O.ln. material _..___.- 14. 4on.umer. ".I.n.. AUK I. .1920 __ ._-_._._ ---. Y N''" of R'4' of HF'of' 51(14 H> nf K 14 A of KB Quarter of SW State Senator for IKth fn.t..I.' f'l' I ration and rrturnji throf shall h* .ul.J.prd'
< : 'do -_---- Ml ** Riveipta during month n._....__.... 9..19Warrant. 11'1.> of Ifof IWI. Sec U. Ti'. 5. Quarter 8 Half of NW Quarter of trIM, of the Slat of Florida th* Ham irulatlfina and trlctlma .
.J. .I, Weater, u.ilrlvln* well _".,:. USJ : l..ued _h...__u.__._.__. 100.00 I l 22 F.t. ... *_d lnk.o.n. Quarter ...* 4 A In SW Cop W Half lP For Two Member of the lfou. of Ytopra'a..nlstlm I a. imvldod l>y law fop general .l *ctlona In
J R..b..h "1lnr and pump_ 21.10 Ovirdrafl 8.PL I. 1920 ____u____._ e SI 0 rerttfteate No. 38 embraeea IW IW' SW Quarter nf VF Quarter A nf ffQuarter .f of the lOCals of Florida. I th. fttat of Florida. I ,,,
N. I. H.I ._,_. .1.I September 7th 1(20 nt NW'/,. Sec 2B Tp 5. 8. : .,f NF Quarter 1.1 of NKQuartee Fur Cmin't Judg. IN TF8TIMONT .
I 2 .
A. bill on "rnUn..-.-_ Bradford County, acre. aimeed Sarah William. of SF Quarter, I. .B 1 A In NR Cor. For Sheriff I hav* hereunto aM my : 4
Nurrouirh Add Much C.. )m.nt .-_- it-.00I Stale of Florida. fertlfteale No (7 embrace IW' of VW'4I I. in Tp. 8. H. It 21.f. I7B Acre, a.. For Clerk of the, Circuit Court. and aTiit( .d the Great ,
; A. Kuncan Co null -.--..-- 1.0( I I hereby certify that the f."oln.fttatement I I lof SF>4. See ti. Tp t. 8 I. f-aiit. 10I *, Brooklyn Land Co.fYrtlATal Fur County A.aes.o. of Taxe.. (SEAl.) fh. Stats of Florida.
P C. Jonea Inelilentala ._.- of th. .Ir.. and ,. . of the I{ acre aMiea.ed Unknown. for (: .. taSaJHw. th, Catiital. thla th.t..n..I"hlh .
.In* Gruff* lumber --.- sH fund, of., County .for. month nf.jAuiruit. I I Certlrleaw No. 52 ambrace* IxH 8 In Wood.lawn. No 212 embraeea BW Qu.rter ('u County Superintendent, of day of July
t. .drnr t' of NF (Barter le*. 10 A In NE A F ll.lf Puhl. I. A
rowler I Incidental ---------- 2T 75 and . the beat Se* S2. Tp 8. H R. Rant. 10 Co str.irtin. I* idjinII .
.] J Scarborough material _._--. ._ 10.SOw of .knowledww 10JO tr.and t I I I Rep,.. aneed UnknownCrrtinratc 2 nf NW Quarter A Nf Quarter of KW < .- ror' f iun'y Burveyor. CLAY cnAWFOfT?

.:; C.I. flue Iron 700 m) 1.I.f.. -WFFK8 No 7> embrace* I A In SF tee SF Quarter ff Quarter km 10 A for Five County (rnimliMiloner .Ut.10.29.. wrHary of P'.'..

K n. IIIk .'* _. Sl2n (SEAL) Clerk Ctrenlt f'n',10.Itradfod I Cur of NF'4 of BW-4. 5g. 2*. -Tp. 4. 8. In fr Cc... S.. 24. Tp 8. 8 It 22 ., .'u Thre* Member of the County of .-
IH lurid _ __._ ... ._ 1'.0 I 10 Fart. I acre. amenaed JM. Aaron. IMO .*. assa.d Brooklyn I.nd .. I iiblla, Inalrucllonfor 1..d NOTI F f IF ,-
J. L kelly and Itot County.I I Certittrate\ 78 embracni txit IfnlMia call certificate ahall h* redeemed of the Peac In "I'I'AnOS FOCi T41C -rIMifK i
- - By C. N. a Is. of J"I Jot th* fol '
( A \& hf'I work :. SR.on A.TI..pit(1 Itllt I In En.. .urvey of .Worthfnirton. ...rdjnto law ,. will Issue thmon lowing ". u.-rteU.. .ne \ or 1Mf.FNrKAI. >.

F R 1'.1 I..hn. ..p _-. 2* n) -- ,_ -.. ___. _,_______________________ C..I.__ I 1 I See It Tn . I I 1 rat.: a.xaaed Un on Wltnem the 4th day nfflnlal of ( ... A. D ]920. rl..I" No. C)... N 'tIe. In h.yel.y: 1TAT'Tf0 I ,' <
my ) Hill.
l and
F Inrld for office _ .- 82.87 - k..n. .I"n..a. seal! this No. Two .tv.. 1".1 ]
f. R. Poppl. | l __ -__.__-. ]81 n I I nTH F f IF APri.KATIOV FOR TAX OIEO I, f ..rtltlp.tNo .embrace* KV.4 of M:14 11 day of SpU>mber, A. D 1920 ltrict Nn Thre. |iureh:H4'r of Tan (:rr'lfl' .;.t. .: .F f. il i the
.IHI
.:1, :. GI."I. un I'M>m ".:('T'O' *. B7S "(F THE I' .,' MW" .. 2. Tp S.l 5. H. East, 10 W T WrFK8. Hl.trlct No Four Bth 4144.' hit* :
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Jj I. hU I..hlnr ..u --- lliono- .fNFKAL HTATI'TrH I I acre*. Iu 8. P. Wolfe, 2 f'I. rk CI..ul ('.or. Bradford ) I .( No flv.. .IOu.t. my offir and han mad. ,1.1.
"! Spir dn *::. "BOOt Her.., nOtIce, l "lo.o that W. E. Knlirhtt.ureham rcrtlfleaw emhr.ro. NWli of N ( .Scull By C. A. I.'j I IlLlrlrt No. Big. raHftn for taw ld Ins,". In ...1..

.I! Router _-___-.- linoort .r of tan .ale eertifleatea numberedmpectlvely of SF Sec. "i ID, Tp 4. S. R. 12 luut.t t.8.rt.i_t I)KN'rnT.putyt J'l-lrlel' No .io with I.. Hald ..rtin...t* embraces t.. fol.
RcirlMrr .....-..-.. : noMr II. JO 21. ao 81 S6. HI. Ill acres. a*. *eil Swallow Kopkfn. : CI.I liutrlct Nn..t.I.1 Eight_ .Ine do-nitr.tf iinrimrty. .Uuat*.l Hradfnrl .
A. U .*. : 112. le. 117. 110. 12" 17 and 171 laiiued fir-tlHcate 107 embrae* ill, A ---- No. Nine I, County. Ftorldn to-wit:
> rm .I .1.-- .- m hy Tax Collector of I..r County at NW Cor .., Street Cawtey e NOTICE fi ..riet Nn. Ten Nit 31 W in WMrfllawa III. Tp. 5.
MiK.. H. :::------ -- "BOO 'ln.I".. Kaid m.rtitlcut. .In. Ao".L'8h. '1 ,.. pub! c t A run W To Whom It May C.nu.! I IM.trlet' Pleven. a. M. 38 1. 20 a rfpi.
M' d Stok., do ... - ttni> iSIS. .nd has ... ... In ,, St 4n fl.. land formerly .I"n.by C.N. I Tak Niitle that th. Bth day of October. For f'' 1.), In and for Ski 711. .." land .Inr aM-nuwd at th. date
-- A f) '
:: :: male for .w. C. IU20 we. nndenlgned. shall f.clo.lnl J. of the Issuance of 9niftrt In tli
application
ism.m. do ---- - Win ', office and I. Hawaman thence t along ..Ir land 260) the th "11) Cl.rJI.trlc'.. via of tiam
deed to Issue accordance with law thence Eaaterly Iun. B Thraher. Judge of IH.trlet In..wn./ Dnl-pM aaldfwrttfluatri, shall
fk do to No COns
J T f do| :::: .---::.-::.- :: Said certificate. . ( ,. tha i I tf smog ald road to f beg .I Tempi.d. Eighth CI..al C-eort State of Flor I Itiatrlet: No: Two ._ ..1." \ law tn. Iced wi I...I 4:

F I. t ;:do following land. In Bradford I& Florida. '! dlv ,. .W. A. 8M Tp 5, I Id. at (;. !! V.I. or .h..v. ,h, IMMrlcl No Thrx. hyton on th. Ilh day of OrU. A. I).
*l; ifuI.|i| Kmwn --: : -.--: =:: aaneaaed fit thi. dale of the .af *uehcertificate 22 . 2'j. aa.e*.d 2. Morrla t.// "rt may then I be. dee-r** ..thrln.I l.trlct Four 10:90WltnM: .
H n Wlirirlm I do Mae the ..m. reaueetively l herein. I I Iafter fertifleate No I 110 embraeea. Com t' adoption hy oumelva. of Quean M.b Tiiatr.at: Flv: my offIcIal alirnatur and seal l thta
: -:-: : -: : forth. to.wK llni. of I our ..ndd. .. : th* SIb lay of ffiit.nnhr A l>. l9fi
K I ,..,.t do :-::::::- ** <>n particularly Met | SW' .f fE' on E side of Ctiurrh ,. .' fMatrlnt, Sla.
William do -.--- -..-- MAC .. ... No !>* emhrace SEV4 of NE'.I Jt. run S In Street 70 ft. 210 Ttiln 11 dar .f 8ern>mneT. A. D 120 I ].I.t.I.t No W T 'A'EKKS,
P"M. Crmneor do _::-.- : : ".<" N\\i4 "E' & MU of NW'. & WI|I ,. 1 70 ft. W 210' ft. t la t I W. M MAIIItr, DIstrict No. Flvbt.. SeaIt ('|-rk rireBy Court,
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17. 1920
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i ia gun, empty or ]loaded in such a way :Masters Roy Lord and Geo. Parker Here is a Chance for SYRUP BARRELS Perplea the. defendant therein. named, -fanonreaidrnt e

Hold County Telegraph ,I that the muzzle points toward your- were! visitors to Starke Wednesday. {! ie a _Id..b01 of Ray 1h Sate City Goonrla.of Florida and,..d....

._.- .- -- ''self or anyone else] Then if it "goes Misses Ella and Rena :Marr returned The Boys and Girls Only one car of new barrels Price the ace of twtuty-otM jreara i it la ttwr.fr.Ilorderrd u
.- {off" from whatever cause no one Thursday from a visit with relatives I $4.50. Give us your order at once that aaid non-neidcnt. d.renrtTnt 2
.
e.u.\-d W..I.I", tad rntrrrd a. .t'eooI and 1> hcrrbr rau'ivd' 1 appear to (be vm
will be hurt. in Jacksonville. To DeWitt C. Jones Starke. of complant filed In aid ...... on or
I Win
befog
end clans matter M the po"t.oflire itMarkr What we have said is no more than Master Roy Lord returned t<- nip High HonorsCan ,j Monday the lit day of NovemWr, AD

)'lorMa.a1 every grown person already knows home in Jacksonville Friday after a I OKIlitt FUR PUBLICATION wit ivto.the olht-rwlM taken u the eonfcwd allfftatloni b" old of dif.ndtni.aid! bps, '

= only that the rules are observed by visit with Geo. "aIL(.r. Enter Samples of Their In "laculc..urt. State of Florid. Eighth It l I. furthrr ordered that this order U
Work
} F.: S.: MATTHEWS, Editor: and Owner. comparatively few and therefore :Mrs. Mabel Chapman of Jacksonville In Judicial Circuit. Bradford County ID Chan- .published.. once a weak fur fuur eonneoutlMrk
a1 in the Bradford
Counts
too Educatonal' Section/ > Telegraph ..
t such warnings cannot t b. repeated of the I eery ... .
1I1..t Sunday the guest of MissRuth np pcr published In said Count and Billie
\ often. ]Parker.Maud : State Fair C .rl.. W. r,,'pie.. This September IB, 1820.
. Rprc '. the Complainant. ,
r" N
.
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W. T.
\,' , PH 'I\o;.1( I IA1KV. I v. I WEEKS
L' : Wilkinson, youngest da'wrh- (Seal)) Clerk Circuit
I Tcxu }'...plt.. C. irt
. Ji i "fttumralI flhU1iugl1'I ter ef G. E. Wilkinson died Thursday Jacksonville. In the educational j Defendant By C. A. KNIGHT
after a lingering Illness The interment section of the Florida affidavit Dtputv Clerk,
State Fair Nov. It i urine by apnrndrd to the n F. KNIGHT.
i That the world move, and Florida I was in Long Branch ('erf.euory 38-27. handsome prizes are kill pied In the abovette4 cause that Ttxai t Solicitor for Complainant. 1-11.11.-10-11
j I with it, in strikingly illustrated by the I I the time Bert Williams takes Friday. (competition of tbe school offered for

i newt that mail sent from New York !I nine little, bottles from TEN LITTLE John Marr was a visitor to Jacksonville tbe State and there is children< of -- -
I' 1 one morning will be in the bags of I HATTLES and offers up the final interpolated Sunday. tbat there will be every indication r
i ) Havana ]letter carriers the afternoonof I' prayer, any audience will ) a large number of !
H. Wimberly, Jr., was a business zblblts by the youngsters '
I the following; day. Fast trains be left In a state almost as helpless alln..rt
t visitor to Green Cove The
Springs Sun purpose of the Fair Every pairSWEET
j I carry the mail to Key West in 24 He tells them in ten verses just <(
I hours then it I fl Kent by aeroplane to how he managed: to get rid of each day.E.. L. Padgett and grandson Edward to every effort baa been
encourage the
I Havana. The distance is nearly 140U bottle and there is a kick in each one children to take an I SALLY LUNN
I \ miles The "itea-Koing railway" of I,I"I --tach verse I mean. Carter spent Monday here visiting Interest in It and to stimulate their
4 Florida, of the wonders of the friends and relatives. Interest In tbelr work through
;
one
I I I 5.5Everyone Miss. Rosie Wilkinson and the :Misses for
fitloa
premiums. comae-I,
world does much to make this feat :
who has. heard Al Jolson '
.... Rena and Ella Barr spent the weekend Think of the honor to the Low Shoes
possible I
I sing in knows how he buildsup
: person in Starke the guests of Mrs. I) L. girl; who has won

r'' A cornea out of the wilderness excitement as he singe SOME: IN BEAUTIFUL SWEET L' Rigby.COLORED. (addition to a cash prize a "blue_In._.ribbon..u*.- b_In_. I
I cry SEPTEMBER and ---es
I' j I i if will
Q cf Colorado, asking for a law prohibiting MORNING are two of Jolson's I : WOMEN:'! REGISTERING ; training drawing the best piece of must go prices move
work
the
anyone from becoming a jury- latest hits, and he goes wild in both I FASTER THAN \\lll1r.S needle best work with U"'I
1. man unless he can speak and understand of them. done by a boy or girl In I them

" r the English. lanjruagre. In the 5s The white Florida. This section of the varied
women must registerand ''
southern counties of the state trial Array of exhibits gathered at tbe I'I
)1', One of the most beautiful Violin take part in future elections, nomatter PS, of Fair
with Interest not .
trouble alone
i; courts Experience great to the kiddies
Records out ]lately is "If You Could whether they desire it or not.
Spanish Italian Greek and Slav jurymen Care," played by Sascha Jacobsen. Reports from different i sections of Other, but to the grown as welL I i 12.50 Brown Kid French Heel Turn Oxfords now $8.15

who often require interpreter, This artist puts his whole soul into the country on the registration of features which will please ,
that the jtbe most exacting 12.50 White Kid French Heel Tnrn Oxfords 8.50
k and we presume interpreters the violin and anyone who appreciatesgood women are coming daily! and while are: aviation thrillers now
i; themselves often need interpreters.We music cannot help but enjoy this there are but a few sections where free acts midway county e hlbpis. -
; livestock poultry 12.50 White Kid French Heel Turn Pumps now 8.25
what ,
all]) know an important part record. ardanela"! played by the the negro population is larger than pet stock, varied '
.
I ( technicalities, and that play the in misunderstandingof the decisions ofcourts tame artist is on S.the reverse side the some white sections the the fact colored remains women that are in men industries ttnd Iractor.demonstrations.automobile show, impl wornSun's r: ii 11.50 Patent Kid French Heel Turn Oxfords now 7.75

'
1 a single word may have dire consequences Achievements\ ( boy*' and
roistering faster than the white eirla'?; I Oxfords 7,15010.00'Brown
: Calf
Brown Walking now
11.00
Marion ]Harris the great: vaudeville 11ub 1
ti ; thus trials in Colorado women. | work; ........
. must fcometime be huge farces. Why star, is one of the Columbia's latest I ** "" 7.25
HBBM Oxfords
I ,1'i 'ouch a law has not been enacted long: exclusive. artists Marion is a Kentucky In !?':'.'al county up io the! present M I .Kid Walking now

ago' is something to winder at How girl and a descendant. of Ben time 1,042 women have registered, (ensored Shows Only 10.00 Black !Kid Baby French Heel Oxfords noVv 7.65

I. much the humor)<<: loving.' world lost;, jamin 'Harrison. She sings every 812 of whom are white women and I
; r because Dickens died before we could kind of Blues from Baby Blue to Ul- 8'JO: n..groes.The Allowed at State Fair 9.50 Black kid French Heel Turn Oxfords now 6.25

.' write 'Colorado court tramine Blue article states further: i.Jasscurille II. I
cannot
up scenes
be estimated. . . .- Reports of the registration officers : The Midway Is 9.00 Black kid Military Heel Welt Oxfords 5.75
"I always
, [ show general indifference the
\\ .. ,. "The !Sweetest=; Story Ever Told" is part of a the on of the o lively spot on fair grounds. I 9.50 Black Kid French Heel Turn Pumps 6.75
average woman
N'ow that recent experiments are an old song but it becomes one of thesweetest county toward assuming the responsibilities |u.d its futures. are In demand by the I 9.00Black Kid Baby French Heel Welt Pumps 5.75
in the Interpretation gn.erally.
.iisclosil1g; the fact that the water songs ever sung of citizenship which have public Sometimes however
1 of Hulda Lashanska a the hkowi. and conceasluus comprising 9.00 Black Kid Military Heel Welt Pumps 5.75
hyacinths" contain such a remarkably been placed upon her by the ratification
beautiful who sings from the this of the
I high! percentage of potash. which can heart soprano of the nineteenth amendment, uJ.Jectel Bfti.uu! to a sufficently grounds are not 9.00 Black Patent Baby French Heel Welt Pump 5.75
rigid
be extracted on a commercial basis, . and men and women arc combiningtheir Investigation
S.
, it may riot be ]long before hundreds forces to devise means of convincing and It not infrequently happens 9.00 Black Patent French Heel Turn Pumpi 5.75

.' : bf acres of hyacinths in our many We will for gladly without play any of theserecords : the women that it is absolutely that objectionable natures creep 7.50 White Eve Cloth Turn Pump French Heel 5.50
. obliga-
; lakes will be put to e.-Mt. Dora you any ] necessary that they register In.
j y I I' Topic. We hope the "bloom inn" hyacinth tion whatsoever. It's a real pleasureto and qualify themselves to vote not All such features will be eliminated 6.50 White Eve Cloth Welt Oxford Military Heel 4.LO

,1 I. will not forever waste itsBwcetntBH us.Cmuuuurr'n. in tile general': election in November. I, fo far ai possible, at the Florida
unromantic steamboat In Bradford State; Fair, In this city Nov. 1827 and
,1\\ on ( Humbrr ( county only a handfuls|
,I mates!, who do nothing but cuss it, I ; I have registered! thte women uppenr-,1 'visitors are assured plenty of clean, We feel confident the abov lots will sell
but become of some use Yet if its ing indifferent toward using the power [ high class entertainment on tbe Mid

1 potash content is ever extracted it ISI ( nntffluf| placed in their hands by the nineteenth 'I way.It. right] out at these prices. At present we
not likely to be by our farmers, who' amendment. is tile policy of the State Fair to

seem to prefer to pay any price for .-.-- ._ build up an absolutely high grade Institution have all sizes.;
do without rather than I.OM; 111111I1; : Governor In all Perfectionmay
potash, or it Catts has reinstate utilize the resources found all around chool Board of Polk county, after not he attained In any one year, ALVAREZ & GRAHAMTHE
I: them. Thi thousands of sawdust Long Bridge, Sept. 1?.-Prof. Sch/ aving!: suspended them a week or two | but Jiv gradually making Improvements

1e piles from defunct mills could be easily of Lake Buller opened school here go. It le hoped to ultimately buildup DEPENDABLE STORE

';,1 J converted into antics containing pot. I :Monday morning lie has n large I an Institution that will rank sec .
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f P nh ready to be put on the land at I number of pupils and we wish the ond to none In the country.
school UOAI). WORK: HAS
GOOD
; success ( i,
once, but very little, if anything has;
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I'. B. Welch was in Lake ButlerSaturday. PROMINENT PLACE IN
I bc>(;n done in that direction. In most
( cases even the nfches from furnaces ; GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT 1 I
,, under steam boilers have been allow | Ruby Johns and L'onaIoo"y: werebusiness I

'. ed to (co: to waste visitors to New River Saturday '; Government Display at State Fair
!
afternoon Lays Stress On Road
:Mr. and :Mrs. :Miller John and ala- Construction I
Columbia Grafonolas
( \lII'ES OF TOWN GItOt1"1'Itttlando !
I, ter, Fl'onleJood: )' and daughter,; Audrey -
Hell :Moody, of New River werethe
( / is trowing so fast that it their Jackiionvllle. Flu.-Good roads mean .
guests of moth"I'Irs: S. N. I -- - -' -
wmili) ,Ire n very difficult matter to John*. In tbe development of Florida's won- 1
E su >bt Hnythinjr that could make it lerful resources and every one In they J
Ki
/ grow very much faster.-Orlando our Claude burp; Sunday.Brown, \\'ateronk was in Hate in directly or Indirectly. interestId The following September Records are making a hit. Ask to

( lieporter-Star. Chester Andreu of New Ri'er.'n8 In tbelr development.Tbe .
S 4 And what makes O.'lnllhIo'row1. In our section Saturday office of rural engineering, bureau hear these
of public roads of the United S
Because it him attained such a vitality Hora Tison. nnd mother, of Kniford
platen department of agriculture, has
that magnetism has developed' which
were visiting !Mrg. Tison's
irresistibly. attracts home-seekers and :Mrs Joe lodges Sunday daughter, >reptired a highly Interesting and In- DANCE RECORDS

1 ill'stol'lI.Vhil<' the site on which Adam of Itrucllve display made up of models
the city is built is ,pretty, it is' not section Sunday.Tison Raifurd was in our (press sections of various types of "The Love Nest" Medley Fox Trot Art Hickman's Orchestra
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more no than that of many towns Pearce Crews spent last week with road charts showing in condensed "Song of the Orient" Fox Trol"Somehow" Art Hickman's Orchestra

t which 1 lag behind' It was the indomitable hisl'a/'nts! and Mrs S. C. Crews jorm the results of wide experlmenta- 1
grit of the founders of the city !Ion and actual photographs of the i
I
Mr. and Mrs. David Shaw and their Fox Trot Ted Lewis' BandMorrison's
that it because did wrought through the conItrucUon j ; Jazz
rave a start, they daughter Lorene, of LaCrosse, Changes I A2945A2949
oil they could to attract such men the latter part of the week with spent her of good roads. I' "I 1 Know Why" Fox Trot Jazz Orchestra
ns would! help in the upbuilding.There This exhibit has been secured by
parents Mr. and \Mrs. II. .
O Rivers.
f, used to lw a saying that "if Orlando Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell and lie Florida State Fair to be bold here I "Dance O-Mania" Fox Trot The Happy Six

does not sec what it wants it is not family, of Starke, passed through our November. 18.27, und may be seen "Slow and Easy" Fox Trot Louisiana Five Jazz Orchestra
backward in asking for it." No pains burg Sunday PR! the entire period, of the Fair dur'l

$ were shred( in acquiring such institutions Ada Register and sister. Julia of There are few sections of the A-2952 "Chili Bean" Song Fox Trot. Paul Biese Trio

und men us would acceleratethe Luke Butler, passed through our burg jry where tbe subject of good roads I "Bells of Monterey"' Fox Trot Paul Biese Trio
growth, and in presenting such attractions Sunday |II of more vital Interest than here I
as would lure them on. Now ft Florida both from the standpoint '
Ethan Toes" Fox Trot
Sapp caller "Ding
was a to Hamp I DuetTyphoon
Orla"ll'ould rest on the oars, be ton Friday. H plcanure and commercial traffic aced J A-2953 Piano

('OUIICII attractions are so great Mr. and Mrs Roan Turner and IMa: remarkable road building: demon- I Fox Trot Piano Duet
that settlement will flow toward the I itratloi: by tbe Government Is sure to i iittract

city unlinked, but does it do so? Not spending daughter. : a Hazel while; of with Gainesville relatives and are I wide attention I, "Tripoli" Medley Waltz Prince's Dance Orchestra"Romance'

'1 so you can notice it. Orlando presentsn friends! Waltz Prince's Dance Orchestra

telling!!: object lesson in town build- Mr. and Mrs Stafford Crews of
t inu, which, city and town will I !
I every Gainesville! III'C'illitinp' in this section SYRUPFor POPULAR SONGS
do well to study and emulate. .

Marion Moody was a business visitor I-I "Left All Alone Again Blues" Marion Harris
SAI'E WHEN (AHEFt1I.LliSEn to Lake A-2939 a
City Friday and Saturday.Lulu .
Sale But Me"
Kaulerson of Alarhua spent Everybody Marion Harris
The universally owned! and used.22calibro last week with I r Y
1 ; her brother Mamie Ii
rifle causes several deaths 1 Ruulerson.Bryant. i i A-2944 "The St. Louis Blues" Marion Harris

,y **ery week. It is not the fault of the Brooks of South Florida I "Homesickness Blues" Marion Harris

, instrument, for it cannot bi made was the guest. of his mother, :Mrs. Gerfuine Cane
fool-proof it could it would be of Sam Moody, last week Syrup i j A 2946 "In Sweet September""Early AI Jolson

: little dangerous value; the in careless qualities. hands that makeit make this W.t.section! Hodges this week, of Starke. was in $1.50 per. gal. Any I in the Morning Down on the Farm""Venetian Frank Crumit

j' it valuable to thoselio use care in Smith Johns was A business visitorto quantity from one gal. I Moon" James and Harrison f
handling it. There are a few simple Lake Butler I A-2954 "
Saturday. Isle of Golden Dreams'
to 65 barrels. My
Charles Harrison
rules to be observed to insure perfect A partyae given at the home of

.. safety, they are: Mr end !Mrs :Will Thomas Friday INSTRUMENTAL
RECORDS
When handling any !gun first see night: A large crowd attended.
whether it is loaded or not: never carry Cleo Crews the sick list last i
was on
"Dance of the Hours" Part I
a ]loaded gun in a (carriage any week DE WITT C. JONES A-6154 Marinuzzi Symphony Orchestra

kind; never put a loaded gun where a Tierce Crews was visitor to Lake I "Dance of the Hours" Part 2 Marinuzzi Symphony Orchestra

child or careless person can get at it, Butler Saturday.
1 or where it can fall down and explode ti- I STARKE, FLA. A-78760 "Valse Bleue" Violin Solo ToscKa Seidel

The ease with which a cartridge can ,
I HIGHLANDHighland. ;/\ ,
be withdrawn and reinserted makes it 'aptMiulxattdk9t001L1t1lullBKtettslmmQiDCUrsntrCOFFINS A-2950 "Long Ago""Humka" Hawaiian Guitar Duet

i entirely unnecessary to have a gunloaded Sept. 17.-Or.! E. L. Rigs |! \ 'Il I Hawaiian Guitar Duet
before it is to be used. In firing of Starke, was a professional visitor < & CASKETS t
tinY gun' at least. a rifle, remember here Wednesday VOCAL RECORDS
that if the bullet is not quickly l And a Full Line ofAUTOMOUILE
Miss Z. O. : of
McCaskell Tampa,
f stopped! by the target, the ground or was the guest of Mrs II, C. Wimberly', k UnJ.', lr._....' Suppl. A-6156 "Fiddle and 1" Violin Obligato by Jacobsen Barbara Maurel I

a trot, it will KO n long distance nnd several days last week.J. f "Sing Me To Sleep" Violin Obligato by Jacobsen Barbara Maurel '
may hit a person' or an animal out of T. !Mnrr was a business visitor to HEARSE
sight. The last nilo, which ill Always on hand. The .
your Starke Wednesday best r- A-79115 "Sweetest Story Ever Told"
the most important is to never handle! Mrs II. C. Wiriborly' and daughter, It'e) at the lowest price Special Hulda LashanskaCONSUMER'S
.-- 1 '' attention to '
Winifred were shopping in the metropolis telegraph or.
SYRUP IIARRELSTwo Wednesday. vrs. RcgiHtervd Embalm

cars just received. Buy early r c ____

or do without. If you do who not believe knows. Cold:: Causa Urip and Influenza | ;. DeWITT C. JONES I Ifl LUMBER CO.
this just ask some one LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE T"bt.ta remove. the
They lire going fast. Como at on'e.1 "'"u.... There U only one "ttnn"B Vuinln.IS. fl 1 STARKE FLA.
H. L. Fowler Lake Butler. 8-20-tf. I:;. ft "OlOvL! J iJJ'' .. '"' nuthJt." lira 1IK11 mmmaRX': -




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rRlDAV.'SEI'TCMBEK! 17. 1920 BRADFORD COUXTTELE GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PARE FIVF '.
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John Johnson, of Worcester, Mass, j I I .
Bits of LocalInformation has been on a visit to Starke, a guest I I Ii
while here of Mr. and Mr. P. A. JoI I I '
j I hanson who live( northeast of Temple i BRADFORD COUNTY'S
Mill Mr. Johnson owns property
here and i* well pleased with our see ,

li G..Iy O.e ,... ... a.. ..," -.I 1 tion. i iA11 i iI i I.. ;
1 teyes Aa M. c..... ._ T_ GROWING WEALTHDuring
I Ladies Hats on sale at 98c
at =Stump's., II I Ii .
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; must have more to eat and I want I
Shoe Sale at Slump's.New I, it at a cheaper price. Visit People's the ) ear ended June J 30th, 1V20, the hanks in Bradford

Skirts at Grocery.Mr. I i County mado a gain of .V-per cent in deposits. The Bank of

the I I Starke made a train of 5(1( per cent., its total gain being fifty thousand i I II
line of clean fresh and Mrs J. W. White have re-
A nice dollars.Ve the favor of friends
,
i tuined from Jacksonville where they : I greatly appreciate our in I
et People's Grocery. were with their daughter, Mia Cassie ,, !.. having placed us so: far above the average.
White, who has been very ill at a
C. R. Ensey wag In sold hospital. We are triad to state how-t I But that isn't just exactly the story we started out to tell. I
of the week. ever that Miss! White's condition I !Isgreatly
improved and her friends wish | I What \\e want particularly to t call :attention to is that Bradford

H L. Brownlee spent ; ] for her a speedy recovery.Mrs I I 'ounty is steadily growing in wealth. In factve might say the II III

Jacksonville 'I I county is rapidly crowing in \\ealth. Fit teen years ago the county :
W. A. Colley and Carr,
George White went up in and daughter, Lois, have returned son, to! I did not have an incorporated bank. i Its banking facilities consisted '

ville Sunday afternoon Starke to make their home. Their I of one private banking establishment, and total depositsere 'I I

and many friends here are clad that.they I about $125,000.( Starting with that year and giving the depositsfor "
Auto tops auto
I. have returned Carr Colley, who was ;' fi\t-\ear tie find that the hasi, made : :
Lenten, Starke. her one of the H. II. S. graduates last periods county long
June, will soon enter the University I i strides financially, the total gain for the fifteen year period being I I '

a visitor Mrs. David to Starke Durban Monday., of I af-I:I of Florida. I slightly more than 900( ( per cent The figures are as follows: i \

:Mrs S. K. Rrownlve returned !Monday I 1905$125OOO.OO j
Mrs L, A. Davis, Jr., 'I will from a delightful visit in West ,I I ,

to Jacksonville Wednesday , Point, Montpelier and Houston, Miss ; .
at While away !Mrs. Rrownlce saw all of 1910 )1
Ellery M. Davis made jl her brothers and sisters and many of I II I .
trip to Jacksonville I
her girlhood friends.SYRUP $212,814.54
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Ralston Shoes at ,r
is BARRELSH. 1915 I! :.
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Frank Carpenter, o'f
brother to Powell L. FOWLERLAKE o yj- I $322,649.10
and' $ \
tered the Bradford High ; BUTLER, ELA. I I 1920 I
y
Best FINE !, l .ar A. Sweet potatoes are coming in plentiful 1
20c lb., at People's Grocery. '. now and although the stores areretailing
I
) J JI I them at 4 to 5 rents per :i $1,039,754.47 ;

E. H. Eastman, who has i I pound farmers' are supplying, their I
several weeks, is now able a I I town customers at $1.2I a bushel A I II, I
again. ; his I largo crop will be harvested this year i It will be observed that during the paM ,I"M; \ car: !the wealth of I I ,:

Hot R'I! and they are mainly Urge fine pota i the county as expressed in hank deposits has more than trebled. '
Pall Millinery at toes

This is the sort of news to tell the new-comer to our county.Tell f
Mrs. W. J. Epperson (' Jr., Yellow homespun 25c nt F. V.Stump's. I I him also about our fertile lands the best in the state of Florida : I
sonville last week to visit .
Mrs. D. M. Gornto. bus-, i ; about our freedom from malaria; about our opportunities for I

The peak of the spire of the court stock raising and dairying; about our wonderful crop yields, and
If you wish to either buy ; house tower, which some time ago; I the hundred and one good things that can be said with an "hon
farm, Inrnun, E. A. arguments
see I was overcome by the "weighty" lAnd I
Agency, at Starke, Fla. of the lawyers in moonshinecases est! to goodness" conscience.

Mrs. D. T. Clark, of I : a wind of until Wednesday it leaned over afternoonvrn, found the I be sure to dri\e it home to him that where a people can D

this week of I than treble their bank deposits in five there must be I :
wn a guest mightier than that of the' more ) ) ears:
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. ( and lost its hold entirely. law'l'rB'l good opportunities for money-making. tw

seen it was flying toward Palatka. I
Supt E. R. Poppell and ; While von are on the subject if you want to go a little, farther I ;

to ed Little services Springs Antioch Sunday :Mrs J. F. Kickliter and l little son 1 and tell them the Hank{ of Starke is a good hank to do business

at McDonald Charles Lucian, Jr., have, and returned nephew,from,Walter an i I with, that will be all right.! We'll try to forgive you <.

You can beat a debt extended trip Ohio, NioJ-
to Dayton
by;'
prices. at People's Grocery.Mrs. . ; ) lira Falls, New York City and cither I -
places, of interest. Mrs. Ki<'klit"r was j 5
Hurst, who has i ?con accompanied by her' brother Lucian 'i i iWninright BANK OF STARKEE. :
her aunt Mrs :Mary and brothl'rln.lllw'IItel'] [h
Monday for her home in t" McDonald: of Jacksonville! ,I ':
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The United Daughters, 'as' i Checked Homespun! 2.:>c yard S. MATTHEWS: Prt'l. The Growing Rank GfX C. WHITE, Cashier
.call
fedoaey held n \(
!Stump's.It l
; rut
Methodist church. Thursday .

rains, it gets too l
never never
A. Z. Adkins and
lust hot, it never gets too cold to bo on the -- -
to their home Saturday
9.10.21'FOit
M'w. she job. E. A. Strout's' agent or representntive ough/: Starke.
ing the summer at their Kin -- --- .-- 'll6I
l : (. is always on hand. - .
c'lttnt'e.llr. SALE-Klondyke atracbcrryplants .
A. J. Thomas, Route 3,
and :Mrs. Ferry Wednesday afternoon nhout 4 o'clock Starke.; 1).1) O,3t.
turned home from their vi a baby tornado, accompanied by heavy Fall Season i 1920Your
.
atives! and friends in : rain, struck Starke( coming from the FOR SAJE-IR head, of pasture. mined -
and Kentucky.Standard. northwest It lasted only a couple of
hogs W. A. I>uboM>, Sturke,
I minutes, but it quickly strewed the 9-10-2f
Fla.
Patterns : lo streets and .sidewalks with debris' torn .
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berg's. An- from the trees On North Walnut FOR SALE:Klondjku strawberry Prosrnic Is l H<'<|u('st -d at Our
street a tree was blown down an.1nl'arly
August Stern Stark' Fla.
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plants. :
Miss Eva Epperson came closed the roadway, causing; ) IM7-21.
Lake Butler and spent the : as auto drivers much trouble.

with her parents, Mr. and : I : ,. of T. LOST-On. gold wishbone stickpin MILLINERY OPENING
Epperson.T. : is !Mrs. J. 1'. Kobiniion mid granddaughter : with small diamond netting. Return ;
Mrs. Edna !Mills of Jacksonville, to Wilbur A. Scott und receive
H. Rimes, a well are spending this week in Starke with I reward It*
' of the Miller section, was I Mr.: and Mrs. J. C. Hobinson.

[ business in Starke Tuesday.Mrs. rea- CROSS TIE CUTTERS Writ for Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
SERVICES AT TINE I'OKEST II prices and ship your ties of all! ,
R. A. Weeks and I grades to Gross, Manufacturing Co.,
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Brooker were guests Jacksonville Florida. 8-3-20-lyr: (
/! Services will bo started at Pine For- I ,
Mrs. J. M. Hrownlee and :
house the first nightin
in est school Friday : dl
; SNANTKD-At: once good, farm bund
Wall. I Mr. October, conducted by Rev John I with family to gather: crop corn, September 14, 15 I 16.1
to :Mullady. Everybody invited
I sweet Good salary
Tablets, pencils, inks hay pototocs.
People's Grocery the I and permanent Job for right/: man..
"I i N. 11. King, St. George, Ga.; H. I

Right, price and right, for I late your Car Washed
MRS. ONIE IONS
c your corn ground at Polished! Greased, and FOR LF.-At a sacrifice. Shubcrt I
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go stool , wardrobe, f firrIVKH --
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mill every Saturday. Toll Tightened by> Lee liur- piano range I
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the bushel. I ; I I cooker, lIewinlma.hin, (' arid .
: to rows. in the Old Colley other household! furniture. Mrs.

Mrs. R. O. Daniel and good,' !! I !"hopCLASSIFlt.ADVEUi II. Freeman.' A'j Lake Street, Lake Butler, Fla.
Edwards left Wednesday I
: !' ItI WANTED-Florida cane yrup.
ville to spend several {' I I I
I I vise what you have in new Ad-I i
relatives. ; s c- !
I I : and price. Send sample] Can
I II nutlpr'l ..- -- --- -- ---- what you have., N. I'. Cauthen, .
Miss Louise Simpson
FOR RENT-Furnished roe'ms. Mrs. Ilrookivllle, Fla. It* .JI
her home in Gainesville J. T. Wills, near depot, Starke. It.
ter a visit of several {'(. I I the --- -- ; ]FOR SALE-4 acres of cane; want I Interest In livestock. Farm one mile 1,1 1
grandparents, Mr. and Mr itu- FOrt SALE-First claws milk cow and FOR SALE J550 will buy a 1920 to sell In patch; also 100 acres of !, from depot. Gong school and churches .1)
wards some stock cattle. W. E. Yarbor- Chevrolet touring car In first class I good, pasture, almost all In velvet |I white or colored. Applicantmust J
condition; extra tire with car. Sam beans, same corn' on ground; water ;; have good references. Farm f'
Miss Jeannette I I Rosenberg, Starke. 8.20-tf'l j insured in pasture. Will sell cheap j permanent for right man N. 1\.
home Saturday after a d.I ; I I I ) visit-, ALBERT II. FREEMAN, M. 1>, and Klon to right buyer. Call on or write to I King, St. Gi-orge, Gu. Its i
it in Rockford. III., with FOR SALE Missionary 'the tracks the: first day of the count. '' '
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:Mrs. Charles Chalker. :] to PHYSICIAN; AND SURGEON I 'dyke strawberry plants, 10,000 upl i i Lake tlutler. 9-3-3t. : '. ...
I will I WALNUT STREET: NEAR: CALLSTARKE $r. thousand, express paid 1,0001! / I ESTRAYED: CATTLE-Cuttle un"' I ------ --
he postpaid, $5: .fi0. Order now. Julian the following rnnrks und bian1'I / .
Every day Is bar I -! FLORIDA II Long Columbia, S. C. 9-10-41 [! FARM FOR SALE: One of the bout I, have strayed from our range > "':L
Stump's.Carl ________ homes In Florida Modern t.
1- I| country Clay county und w<> offer a rcanun- :
Alderman of r> ] 1i i State of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas 1 1I WANTED Man with family to grow I 8 room 2 story house, lather) arid 'I,, alto] reward for information which: '
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Myrtle Collins, of i But- I County-us Frank J.: Ch njr me". oath that b. !. strawberries. on shares. Good !l'oC'a- plastered and largo closets! in every will enable us to locate theMe. cattle. .
//: the I Mnlor partner of the arm of F. J. Cheney G. Ellis room. Deep well water on porch; Marks and brand an follows Crop ,.a
W.
Sunday as the guests, at business In the Oty of Toy : tion near Plant City.
doing
the A Co. barn arid 1 other i
large/: dairy good bit In ,
and that under slope one ear
upper
Mi and Mrs. W. J. 1 lads Bounty e'8.e.: t etoreI" Rout H Box! 25 Lakeland flu. '
: of ONE HUNIIRED buildings. 20 of land. One
aid firm will r.'" the sum acres crop under half crop upper bit In
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Mr DOLLA itS for any case of Catarrh "i 172t'WANTEDAt mile north of Starke. Harvey M.
.. under bit
; of other. Crop; slope upper
:Misses Gertrude and that cannot be erred by ICHI.E: --
who, have been visiting, I : I FtALL'a CATARRH FRAN: 3. CFIENLT. I I i once housekeeper! | for Snyder Starkc. 9-17-21) in fine car, crop under half crop In !

DA.. L. Scott, left Sworn. to before m. and .ubto-rllre.* inmy widower with two children, both go; other. Under slope and upper bit
of |
I "" <"< for St Petersburg.; I yrPP"ce. this 4th eay of lMCmbr.AS I!, tu school; live in town. Settled l lI WANTED-Go",1 firmer, white or in one far and upper slope In other.
I iil) A. tv r>lesson l Notary Publlo, j woman preferred but would b* gladto ; colored, who has enough: labor' to Ilrnnded with streak. around none. ,
Miss HAUI/S CATATtltll MJIPICINF.le teal from interested. A i I cultivate( two or thrill homo farm :Most. all dehorned arid dewlapped.The s!
Iris Blooaon hear anyone
the
Epperson throuirh
: sal "* .
Mrs. l I .n ini rn lly
I last week after ''' : the. MO-CIK, Pirtac.P of the "etem. I good place for the proper party. '' sharp. Have one hundred acres Southern!! Cattle: F'el'llinlCo", ,
arid 7'- T..tlmonla'e 1 fr... '' Fla. 9-17-2r ..
\ iJruirirlM and live stock. Will J'lvf''I Green Owe
with her aunt. Mrs. E. L. F. J. Cheney & u.. Toledo Oblo. Address\ T' O. Box :)i36: Starke It. good land. ...-- .- -. -. Springs !
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'profiteers advance the prices on furs ,
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LITTLE I just as the heat of summer reaches a

I crisis and furs become a necl'lI8it-
r OF HUMOR El Paso County Democrat Colorado
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1r ; Limited Space Springs In We a report a ked of one the correspondent best crop harvestedIn to send ij Goodyear Tires for Small Cars I II

She-1 think the Ncwcombs must I her territory and she promptly

:, have moved here from a very small sent in a story on the arrival of twinsIn

: js; flat her \'iIalte.-'onnrli.vilJe! (Pa) Because Economical
He-Why, d >aT | News. I Are Popular

'f She-I noticed their dog wags his Whenever we hoar a fellow] bragging -

tail up and down instead of sideways about the speed of his car, we be.gin .
-San Francisco Chronicle looking up hill age, relatives, past -

.J,' . . history and other facts that might be
needed in an obituary.-Fort Atkinson
1''. One Form of \Warship| (Win) Union. f. There is nothing but disappointment

That bride worships A Boston man named Charles Ponzi
9 Cyril- young
her husband, doesn't the? has discovered a secret method of in buying cheaply made tires that are

p Celia-Well, she places burnt offerIngs making money Bo fast that the original I
{ r before him three times a day.- capital is doubled every sixty days announced as wonderful bargains at

Stray Stoiies. Hi refuses to Impart the detail but
and then fail
. . we believe that he is running a small\ a few dollars each
town newspape'r.-Lcndvllle (COlD)
Correctly Translated I leiald-Democrat. aya after brief. terms of service.

"What's your order, sir?" asked the The editor of the Wymorcan at Wy- 05

waiter. more says he has often heard that a Q Get exceptional mileage at exceeding

i. "I'll take a 'hot grounder': and a man who squeezes the dollar never n

couple of 'foul tips,' replied the baseball squeezes his wife After looking over ;(T A ly low cost in Goodyear Tires, of the
bin subscription books the! editor Is
pJa'l'r.The
waiter brought him chicken ,I confirmed In the belief that a great i I 30x 3., 30x3- and 31 x 4-inch sizes,

wings and a baked potato.Boston many Wymorc women are not getting
Transcript what's coming to them.-Nebraska \ built of Goodyear-selected materials

') S. . City Press . .i I Ii and with Goodyear skill and care.
Same Old, Thing
Why the Editor Copped a Fast Freight
j Smith-Who are you working for x '. Due to their precise manufacture in
.. now? Mrs. Alfred Craven and her SOUSP-

Jones, -Same Ilt'0ple-wife and five guest! Mrs. Parson, of New York City I the world's largest tire factory devoted
11jIIr'n.-I'allllin) Show. law Alice Brady in "Forever After,"

5S Saturday afternoon r to these sizes, their quality is ._

Those Wags' S. . produced and
TIIEItES\\! 'k/ most economically
Uix-That's the fourth umbrella I ,
I therefore economically em
1 have lost this year. Theressa Sept 17.-Rev. .T. B. most .
Dix-Your oveihead expense must Crews of New River. preached interesting
be 'on"ld'rable.llfton Transcript sermons to appreciative audiences y ployed.

. . at the Christian church Sunday '
t \ f PoNsible Purchaser morning' and night ; If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort,

S. R. Swindel and son, Sam were
i! j "Tho old clothes) man is here, sir" visitors to Palatka Tuesday Vi'A' Maxwell or other car taking these

i ?j "Let's see what he has got"-Bos- .1. .
W. Batten of Gainesville: spenta
Service
J I ton TranHl'lpt.' few days here during last week. sizes, go to your nearest

I . . P.lnnton Owsley was a visitor to
Tires ride
"' i Valuable Advice"A Starkr last week. Station for Goodyear ;

I ,T. P. Hall of Emanuel county. Ga. \ \ farther and fare better.
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cat sits on my fence every night \4
IA visiting his daughter: Mrs C A. \ J
I t I und makes the night hideous with his Yotingblnod and other relatives
infernal Now I don't want to \
low. 11\ "
:Mrs' W. A. Jones Wln visitor to \ .. '
: have bother with neighbor, '
:p any my Hampton Friday afternoon ,.,. .
I r.: 3 l but this nuisance! has gone far enough / J.t
Samuel and Perry Woodnrd werrvisitors > -
do.and") I want you to advise me what to to Stnike SnturdavMisses I IQYJ .-

Gertrude and Elsie Tlinson : -
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The young )lawyer looked as solemn scent Sunday at :McRne with their -
ai an owl and answered not n word. grandmother -= .. -

"1 han right to, shoot that cat Melvin and Guy: !McKinney and Bill -

haven't I'" ftriann: of Jacksonville were vlsltor 30 x 3\/2\: Goodyear Double-Cure en Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the priceFabric
"I would hardly say that" repliedthe here Saturday All-Weather Tre d_... $_3- you are naked to pay for tubes of lens merit.--why rick costly

young Inwy'er. "The cat does not Kilmer Woodnrd left Sunday night! 30 x 3'/2' : Goodyear Single-Cure;; casings when audi sure protection available? jfr/f+ 5Q
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,I belong tp you, as I understand. for Miami! where he will spend sometime abnc, Anli.SkidTrea.l ._ $2150 30 a 3'/i MM in waterproof bag... r .. i"-
"No, but the fence does""Ah ,

I. !" exclaimed the light of the George Hall of Mcllan, spent Saturday
law "then I think you have a perfect here with relatives and friendsRupert .
right to tear down the fenceLon! 7eigler! of :Miami spent several

don ideas dnys here during last week with

. . relatives and friends. Rupert made

'I'he Gauntlet: 'thrown his homo here several years ago and op

bind many friends }..'I'e who were glad _
Two newsboys were quarreling on to see him. _
n the commonwhen one challenged the Mr Seals -
and :Mrs W. G and children
other with: "Do jouse know what I of Jacksonville, were visitors at
t'ink of youse7"!' the home of Mr and Mrs W A. Jones 4
"No." replied the other pugnaciously during the week-end
"but if it'a what I t'ink .. .
yousa Mr, and :Mrs' Lawton Baylor and --- -
j t'ink I dnre youse to Buy \It."-BostonTicnscilpt .. -
I daughter! Klla, of Brooklyn attended ---- - --- -

I. I sciiices here Sunday, Charlie Phillips, of New River was Mi and !Mrs T. II Waters and fnmSatutiiuy month with relatives und friends' John Hurst was a businessto
. . Mrs Adam Kelsey and children left here with his mother. Mrs Jno, Phillips and Sunday. Louis Brown u spending u few days Lake Butler Saturday,

I. Good: \ Reason. Sunday for Palutka where they will during the weekend.Mr. Mi:: '. and :Mrs Calvin Crawford of with his 1'1II''nb.11': and :'
1 "A sailor has a wife in every port, join :Mr Kelsey and make their future and Mrs R. M. Guthrie and Woithmgton" Springs\ spent Sundaywith Brown. bake Butler Tuesday.

they sny," saul Miss Simper home. children, of Sampson City motored :Mr. and, :Mrs. A. C Crawfoul. J. P. White, of Cocoa wa n visitor !Mr and Mrs. Gordon Johngoi vnitors
"Thnt'ii the reason he spends most Calvin Tries o.' Outmdlon, was at through our town Sunday I - --- .-- here Sunday' \ .- to Olustee last week

of his time nt sea," growled( the bach homo with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim I'hllIp8811\ a visitor to Hampton : BKMUOKI I) Sal1Mllthi..., Macclenny: cpdnt( Willie Bryan attended ehui/ u
tlor.-Detroit) Free Tress. t T. B. Triest, during the week-end. Saturday I Sunday at his home here.A Bethlehem Sunday.

Burton Bnylnroind sister, Miss Viols James: Humphrey of Brooklyn, was lit, <.r. id S.to, 1 I tev. ,T. r. daughter was born to Mr. and. Our farmers are busy gall' it!
a.e. attended church here Sunday. visitor here Sunday afternoon.: Barnes fi:'cd h'< aupu'/iitrru'tit here i,n ;Mis\ J. S. Amlitws S"lt.Ith( coin during he dry weather
'I he Brain and the Stomach Sheriff llpperson und 1 family, ofStlll.k. .
A daughter born Mr. - -- -.-
was and
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.. Cleveland Lee accompanied by the Saturday and uiulnyMi
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\ "Wouldn't that woman give you business motored to our town Sntur :Misses Lillio and Eva Lee, and the . und :Mrs C. II. :-''I'WSOI1l.If, :Mis Ellis Brosky Sept. 5th. l\o vVoims In a Healthy Child
I' ; jour dinner for nuwin' up a pile of tiny on !Misses Collins, of Lakeside, attended Jacksonville, are visiting relatives in W. II Ihu.t'us transacting business All children troubled with wornii have an unhealthy
!Miss Florence bus returned ,
wood asked Meandering, Mike. Hall church hero Sunday night. in Starke Tuesday'. color whk.li Indicate poor blood f nd m I
homo from. Hampton after a two tthis section. rule there Is more or lees stomach dMturlbtwGROVE'S !
\ "Yen" answered Plodding Pete, weeks visit at the home; of her sister, Willie Johns and Cyril; :Mamie of i, :Mr. and :Mrs T. B Edmonds and Geo II, Beavers has returned homeutter TASTELESS chill TONIC given r<'ttular
"But I called the deal off. As noon as Hampton, were visitors here Sunday daughter! Elma, were shopping in three months spent in the hos- fur two or three weeks will enrich the blood In
'1 looked at the woodpile I lost my appetite. Mrs. P M Geiger nftcinoon. pital in Jacksonville lie was rundown I prove the diitrotloo and act aa a General Strpnitttenlnrt
WOI.thin Saturday
Mr. and !Mis. W. B. Baker of I ton Tonic to the whole ayatem Mature will thilhrowoffordiepeltheworn.andtheChlldwil'e
J -Washington Star. :M.: is!. Brinson and Sidney Triest :Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards attended I| hk a locomotive on the 3rd oT +
those who attended
. Brooklyn; weie among drove out to Smith lake Friday mornIng the big meeting:! at Little June and had his leg broken just be- ID jerfect health. Pleasant to take 60c. per bull!
services the Christian
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low the knee While -
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At old It1Puud thatch Sunday with a mule und wagon:! carrying Springs Sunday, completely
lodging and Ashing supplies to spend Ilar'ell Seeber recovered he gets al'ound'er
;\Messrs Malcolm ,
J. V Jones, of Hampton was in I DYES"Dye t
"DIAMOND
well with USE
alcohol U dangerous two dnys. Saturday afternoon they Edwards and Misses Elma Edwards, the aid of crutches
I should think it would be. Thinkof our burg Sunday\ afternoon.Johnnie of, Palntka, noticed that their mule had disappeared. Geneva Harrell and Blanche Crews The Lawtey Junior High School I
Williamson
the danger from ..pJinh'rll.-Loul He had the hitching : opened first of the '
pulled pestup week
.spent, Sunday afternoon here with his I were in Worthington Sunday. > with a large I'i ienrollment right: 1 Don't n-k material i
ville Conner-Journal. friends. to which he was tied and took it Mr. and :Mrs Willard Raborn were of pupils The faculty Is I Each: package of 'I"*" Irk

o, 5.55 Mr. and Mrs 1', M Geiger and little upon himself to return home, leaving shopping in Worthington Saturday af- composed of Prof. Harry Wimberly of mond Dyes" contains direc a
them at the lake. Sidney was coming Highland !Misses simple tliat any
' Hot Stuff ternoon. ; Douglas Cole and lions so
the
Earl of ,
Hampton were
son
'f her Mr.and home, too, but didn't catch the mule' Arthur Edwards, was visiting in the L. A. Mackery, of Carrabclle, and woman can diamond-dye of
A preacher was dt-sciibing the "bad guests Sunday parents, before he reached home. Of course Watcroak section Sunday. Pi' 'of. C. R Snpp and :Mrs Pearl Jonesof t; I new rich fadclem color. into F
place" to congregation of naval cadets Mrs. M Ball old. garment", dr.iperic ear ;
a Sidney had to back to the lake the Lawtcy Let all I
Chits Gilyard was among the visitors go Mr. and !Mrs. C. VV. Edwards were parents pupils trmgs, everything, whether
same afternoon because he had a 11 attending to business in Lake Butler and teachers do our part and have a liuen, cottoi jr ::1'
"friends." he .said, "you've seen to the county metropolis Saturday ( wool silk
1.2 pound trout among other fish\ and Friday.A profitable term of school 'I mixed
molten iron running hot out of a furnace !poods.
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that was worth while. Taking his '1"
strong bridge has been erected at Buy "Diamond lycs
haven't you ? It comes out white II. F.. Moorcr: of Palatka was with .. .. ,.. I .
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hor1' he retained to the lake for the the Dukes Ferry < 'f' >!o .II 'i other kind-then p pr..hr ret
hot, sizzling and 1 hissing Well-" homefolks during the week-end evi
fish and his partner returning Sun- '.- -- i II cults are punrnnteecl '.
The preacher pointed a long, lean day morning LAWTEYLawtey .. FIRST TO REGISTER I YOU have never dyed bear' -
finger! nt the lads."Weil ." -- .a IN LAKE BUTLER: (. hrtitiglHt ha.. "Diamond col"n l Iy"
Card"-16 rich
he (continued "they use MILLER <.. Color
17.-T. J. Roberts '
Sept
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You Do More ...
in the Work
that stuff for ice cream placeI i
left Thursday on a business trip to The first three ladies to regis- .
: have just been speaking of."-New enjoyment You are more out ambitious of everything and you when get more Miller, Sept 17.-:Mr. and :Mrs.: D. South Georgia u. ter for voting in the November 'e. ASPIRINName
your
York Central Magazine blood Is In good condition Impurities In I.. Clyatt entertained quite a numberof i :Mrs M. A Tonide returned here *. election in Lake Butler precinct .
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the blood have a very depressing effect on the younger! set at a chicken pilau last week from Windsor where she ,. were: a
Or a nnhls Fisherman the system, causing weakness, laziness given at their home Friday night.J. spent several weeks with friends. ,*. Mrs. R. E. ]Dell. ...

"Fishermen" are now advocating a nervousness and sic ktiessDROVE'S L. Brown made a business tripto :Mrs. I. L. Sapp returned home last )11 f' baibtt hook" says the Kansas City TASTELESS Chill TONIC Lake Butler Friday I week from Miami i. where she spent ". :Miss K Marshall Proctor. .11
Star, "in order to give the fish a fair restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying :Miss Thelma Thomas, of LaCrosse some time with relatives r.

chance for their lues What about a and Its treniithemnit.Enriching: the invigorating lUooci When effect you feel nee visited Miss Grettis Thomas Saturday :Mike: Futch was in Jacksonville last '! '. .. ,.; .' !' ; ... 'i- ,-, .- . J ;'

woimless fish worm, also in order to how it brings color to the cheeks and howIt and Sunday. week OOUSONDobson. \
give! the worms a fair .hl\kl'u! Improves the appetite you will then Miss A mm Belle Pec pies spent the :Miss Nellie Roberts was a visitorto r

. . appreciate Its true tonic value. week-end with :Miss Jewel Russell Jacksonville Thursday ] Sept 17.-:Mr. and :Mrs
tlROMTS TASTELESS Chill TONIC of Bland :Mr Bass, state plant and fruit tree Ond Dobbs of Sapp visited her parents -
CJulP" Is not a patent medicine, it Is simply Mrs J. T, Barnes was shopping in inspector, was a business visitor to during:! the week-end I
The campaign of the editors may he IRON and QUININE: suspended In Syrup' Lake Butler Saturday. Lawtey last week Ben Boyd, of Sapp, was a visitor in I
I kept free from mudslinging, b..l'uullfI I So pleasant even children like it Tho Mr. and :Mis.: J. S. Brown and family Miss Eva Futch went to Jacksonville this section Sunday afternoon.
the paste will be <'l'-CI\'lIrfi..ld I blood nc'Quinine to Purify and IRONto attended church at Bland Friday! last week where she has a position :Messrs Charlie Shaw and Marshall
Enrich It. These reliable tonic |trapernes 1
( Pa.) Progress.A never fail to drive out impurities n\ nightbicber. in Cohen's store Dobbs of Baker county, were visitorsin Tablets of Aspirin'umo ns' 4ez-
lawyer who knows nothing about. the blood Stokes made a trip to Lake J. A. Swartz was business visitorto this section Sunday afternoon Aspirin proved safe by mi' aril ,'

cross-examination gets a good practical The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S Butler Saturday.A ; Staikc Tuesday. :\11'. and Mrs Judson Hurst made a and prescribed by physicians f<" \a I
lesson. when his wife finds two hairpins TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made it chicken pilau was given at the Miss Eunice ]Dinkms left last week business trip to Olustee Saturday twenty years. Accept only an J' ',N- .
in his rout pocket' .-Biush ( Col) I the favorite tonic In thousands of homes home of !Mr and :Mrs.( A. C, Crawford for Atlanta where she will take a :Messrs. Clarence Dobbs and Willie ken "Bayer package" which I' inii '

Republican I More th"ltlurty.tve\ yours ago, folks Saturday night a large number attending course in trained nursing Bryan returned to Jacksonville Sunday directions to relieve Heai,.;iM, :
would ride a long distant to get GROVE'STASTELESS I proper ,
With devilish inhumanity the fur Chesley Fogg, of Graham, was a Toothache Neuralgia >H j 'iits.
Chill IONIC when : Earache :
a
I member of their family had Malaria or Wilbur Brown made a trip to Lake b'I"m"1I'I..itor to Lawtey last week.W. Marshall Dobbs was. a business visitor -, Pain Han' 'J!
Tttt Quinine That Doct "Not Allee-t Tho Head I needed a bcKly-huiMing buength-itiving Butler Saturday A. Collej; of Columbia S. C., to Ralford Saturday afternoon. 'boxes ofC12dtablets cost few .
... of It* tonic and 'laMllve .."....1. LAXATlVlL 1 tonic. ...The formuJu is just the sumo today Mrs C. A. McLeod of Jacksonville spent Sunday with his family here MISH Cora Zeigler and friends of \ Druggists also sell larger*Darer;
.UKOMO, QlUNIKt rmitiinit flab ncrvuunn..smrfnaloq'rt.> c.n Iw tiikxobv and you can get it from any drug I is visiting relatives here. :Mrs.: J. H Moore has returned home Guilford -visited Miss Katherine ])e- packages." is trade nsrt !
without Store 60c per bottle ily attend church at Little Springs from Tennessee, where she two kle Aspirin
to the laid, t;.W.Gl alitauu.f. lt. : 0fee spent Sunday afternoon. Bayer Manufacture Monoacetics- .des

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BRADFORD CUlTNTY TELE ORAPH. STARKE. FLORIO\. rAGE THREE

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News of Florida! in Short Paragraphs. bend over quickly. then fly back strikIng MRS. 0. P. 1 :
Mr. Robii-.ettc on the back of the
fir.e.RS.r.rrf.e n rrrvrrrrrrerrrrsrrrrrr fl tu-ck, killing him almost instantly. General Public \,
A word that should interest the
I BUSBEE GAINS i
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; News ; I j "We expert to make sugar in this I
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'county in October, 1921\ declared 15 POUNDS
\" AAAAAA'&*#M.f wAwaaaaawa fJ 0 alwl f#***_.awli ;:ICapt. 11. A. Johns, local representative Goods Goods Goods

Told by Our Exchanges.Governor i>f the United Sugar Corporation,

-- _n In announcing the purchase of a re- nr.-: llH-\1':: or GAUDKNVll.I: to
,-==- fim-ry site at the junction of the Hastings I'L-V.. lIKE: !NKW: PICKSONAPI 1

Catts has reinstated the The city ,)Miami: is to be equippedwith Palatka and Federal Point road KK TAKING I TANLAf The A.. D. Andrews Company has just received .;
School Board of Polk county, after on the cnfttcili banks of the St. Johns
two Lewis -
having suspended them a week or two use in riots machine or some guns similar for possible river. The property !approximately "I have not only trained fifteen a large stock of merchandise which ;'1

ago: News to that effect develop em.crjreney. 100 acre. Web purchased from B. M.Peeck pounds by taking Tanlac, but am fee'' they went to the market and purchased two 1;

ed whcn the police department, to the deal l being concluded yesterday ing stronger and better than 1 have in weeks ,i

Summer shipments of fish from Ft. which the guns are to bo attached afternoon after many weeks of II twenty years," recently d'cluI.'d11'8.: : ago. i

pierce will total close on to half a million evolved bills of lading for the wear negotiation. ,, O. P. lIullh,.(', of Gardonville, Fla. We carry very near everything in stock :

pounds, daily shipments averaging pens and 20.000{) rounds of ammuni -;:; For) u /great. many }ears 1 was from Buggy down to a Toothpick.We J
i While angling bus at Corionado troubled with a
: 5,000 ponnds. Mullet compose], the tion, from the Savage Arms corpor sea my stomach and kid
part of the catches now being ation. i beach a )party of Eustls fisher- np)'a. I had *o I little desire to eat
greater: I will few of the articles
men hooked I never troubled, quote over a ,
made j something that gave a t about breakfast and
The sale of I tug like I' young tOI'I1<'.t... After a often went without any dinner. What I we carry in our line. t.i .
thirty-five head of sows struggle. of 45: thl'fhul'k little I did.
/ minutes they pulled rat caused gas to bloat me .
Ernest Ewald Steinhnusc, a Chi ca. end /gilts. and several junior boars
We BUGGIES
to shallow water am1 gditkswish up somrtlnng awful
a and made carry
hiropodist is held by the authorl- lu-ld, at the Wirtland Dnroc i i81st my
gi Farms, '[! of limn| monster stepped thc line heart bent fearfully. I fell off in CHATTANOOGA CANE MILLS i '
while of
tie in Tampa an investigationis west Montirollo: was a SU"Cl'8S'
Grounded t0 of the tried weight until. I Iva
to shadow
party a mere of
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being made of the death of his wife 11 all but the prices brought. One sow 1 i, SUGAR KETTLES {
what I
teat be
get a secure hold on the tail or otherlrl'11 tn and became so weak
who body was found clad in a kimona bud as high ns $500, while the other;i' of the carcass but were uncere- I could hcntvcly drag' al'ounJ\ was AMERICAN FENCE WIRE whichwe f
a swampy pool near Tarnpu. sows ranged from Jl'.trt down to $110'( .
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;tnoniously| rebuked with a t"lIinjlil.k; so restless and nervous 1 could not sell at $23.50 per roll I
(each /gilts. bringing. from ; to1
80( down
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of the shfli-kV tail. The shark sleep at night
and felt ..
: was just tired and I ,.
35 I: and :
Shot at Fiftone, between Baldwin $40 each. i finally palled 1 to high ground and worn out nil the time. We have just received a car load of Stoves

and Maxville Tuesday, a negro named ,when weighed. tipped the scales at 250 'I' "Several 'persons whom I knew personally which in before the rise in the freights ioI
Dukes died last night at the county W. F. Myer, of Hendersonville:, N. pounds\<1 Van R foot I 9 Inches long. were so greatly helped by we got ,
Hospital where he was brought during C., will erect: 50-room/ hotel on the I ____ I Tanlac tluu 1 decided to give it a trial and can give you the closest prices on them. tr

(the afternoon. According to informa- IUth"IIRt side of Lake: Okeechobee at I In clearing some new ground on J.' and it certainly( wan a lucky decision, \Ve FURNITURE( of all kinds.
tion received by the f.hcritl"s oflice, the fie mouth of the IlilUborn canal, in ; II. Granthani's place the workmen for 111('. I [began to improve, right carry .!
shooting was done by a brother of the the new town known as Bellegladc.Mr /. ; due into A knave whore twenty-eight from the Mart and! now after taking BEDS AND BED SPRINGS

victim Myer has conducted a small hotel !, human skeletons] Were found. They five bottle* I am like a different woman. I SADDLES

at Bellogliide/. for about a year and | had been there for years, n II prooof I, 1 hm I' such an'appetite that I'm BRIDLES
Labor Day fatalities for Jacksonville rote he seeks larger: quarters on account -| which \urfo\ pine had! grown over thoproves. hungry all the time and can eat three i
totaled two dead and three badly of the demand on that side ft /. Pon\e of the hones were solid good mealy a day and never suiter in BUGGY HARNESS

injured. One man was killed in the the lake for rooms and board.Operators I and fI'i were the tocth. They are the I least from gas, or palpitation of All kinds of PLOW and WAGON t
auto races at Pablo, while one was thought to he nome of OeSoto's) !: men the heart. AH 1'\(' already saul I
in the surf!: at the who have giiined fifteen pounds In weight r
drowned same re employed by moving I perlkhctj and died with fevers! irt HARNESSWE
sort. Three fatally injured were in picture houses in Tampa went on I 1530.:! This. Mace is on DcSoto's route and have improved KO much In every '
I BUY OUR FLOUR FROM THE
the and victims of I he way my friends hardly know III... My
races were a car strike Monday because the managers as traveled north from Tampa nil)'
turning turtle in a speed contest. refused to accede to their demands for I where he luhded.' These bodies\ were nerves arc u< steady a* can lie and I MILLS AND CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON

an increase of 10 cents per hour to 9(1cents. ( )l1111'cd'l" ' clone together! << in about u I get up in the mornings;, : feeling\ just YOUR FLOUR EVERY BARREL GUAR r

The opening of the new bridge at1'1'0 : They: had demanded $1 an hour :2(1 foot circlp. It in |possible that the : fine. I have so much confidence in ANTEED.WE .
the but Inter trimmed that i grave wm of Indian origin. Tanlac that I recommend It wherever
\ and expenditure of a quarter to in) cents.
of a million dollars in the development The managers: secured help! from other I I tell go others and inn what glad of this dinner 'to have a nice line of Men's and Boys'
of a fine winter resort on the towns, and the strike is virtually The dream of the ftiiinesvillc chum- a splendid medicineit /
Is. Suits which from where
beach there, is another link in the without (effect loI'r l> of commerce, an up-to-date free were purchased right
chain of the ocean boulevard and continuous I I ourist camp Fite with shower baths, Turner Tnnbic in is Raiford sold in Ptnrke' by: F. I. they were made, we can save you money r

development from Jacksonville i Randall Hunter: twenty-one year I oilct, li hU.'lIt'r., heat and Oth'l'j Co.; In; Lake Butler hy by Weaver TomlinsonM Orug We have the? largest line of Ladies' Itrndy-tu-Wear

to Miami. old son ot Fred II. JlUlltl'l'0 lltt: lump-like Conveniences, will 'ine )Drug Co., and In )- HATS ever brought to this little town, which we
Worthing-.
Keys avenue, assistant postmaster at reality within n shot time nn the 1'1'.1 I ton by 11. T. Taylor.-Adv. / bought very low and can sell you M a reasonable
With headquarters already opened il'bor City, was killed by electrocution mit of n perlul, meeting of the diVectors | -_ ., --- ,. price. 4
while working at the Tampa Hock co. of the chamber of commerce, !j jAt -- --
in Miami, and with others to in
Orlando, Jacksonville and Tampa open( this in the engine room of the steamship ;! thin tifvL' A lot which lion south of I j' acted have by; the overflow of backwater! Wo' carry a large and well selected line of Silk and t
Seminole the residences oft.! M. Parrinh and and completed plans and spen-, ,
handling an extension cord I Silk Taffeta. t
week, the Republican will make
party Ificatlons for the
proposed dam mind.
the university dl.1
electric light. This is the second Jicar grounds was
the most effort
representative pretentious vote in Florida to poll it has a death here within a few days from ''jintod by \\'. R. Thomas, president of :have secured an estimate' on the rustconstruction CREPE HE CHINE

the the other I'll1 c'hnnitii'i'' of commerce, to the city i Jof, VOILES
made since the days of reconstruction. same cause, being a negro __
who was electrocuted on the to hold in foe, simple forever, that |' GINGHAMS
according: to George Gay, candidateon steamer Favorite. $2000: f ( () br spent in the construction of Frida.i of last week two colored LAWNS
the ticket for governor a frf'tOlJl'llt! camp site according to ;1.'citizens: Han Lane and Will Per- i s
"" "" the design the ,kina, went down the Apalachicoln hay SERGESLINEN
recently adopted by
a Z. A. Davis, 45, an employe of Cum
Thomas Lee williams, 2fi, was arrested mer's mill was shot and instantly chamber of commerce. |'after a land of wood, the trip being
with tniido In tho sloop "[':m nlll Lou." The I.ONG CLOTH
Jacksonville charged
at killed, near the old Panama Park section I I
Healing $40,700{ in cash and checks early Thursday night. .1. F. Hall DiinitniMj of the Santa Fe river for I sloop 'wan anchored a short dmtanro' ULELCH1NGSHEETING:

from the American Railway Express 40, a carpenter, who resides in the the conntru<'tion of a huge generating\ from St. Vincent's Island, and the, t two. of all kinds.

Company. Williams is said to have ham community, surrendered to ',plant capable of supplying sufficient is 2'11'1''IIt tho' /. beach into where a small they boat and went We have a nice stock of Silk and Voile ready made
formerly been an express! messenger Justice of the Peace K. K.: :McDowellimmediately in the of the The the Hall quantity of driftwood. While ('III Waists for ladies.
employ company. after shooting. ;JCewberrS': ) Alachua and oil phosphate
alleged theft is said to have occured admitted the killing and stated he had trines in the! west end of the county I I I elite from the island to I the sloop a We also have a full supply of Girls and Misses

jr< Columbus, 0., on August l1th! last. ,found his wife in Davis' company. II ir lighting! and rower, purposes, Is throwing heavy squall out the capsized men and the the skilTliotit wood.\, ready-to-wear School Dresses
tho extensive development project
I morning I IVrkins. savant to the sloop', leaving We alto have in stock a quantity blouses for
In a brief Tallahassee dispatch we Early:: Monday the deplorable -I Hr.-hersw'ncra l.iino with) the rapsi/.ed boat. Perkins
read there are only 1,072 veterans of news reached Perry that Lincoln however failed to reach the leek of school boys which we can sell you at a low price.

the war between the states left in Robinette had been instantly killedt I 'hate company nl'l'ordill to W.states'hut L. ,'i the sloop, evidently being attackedby We also carry in stock ready made Blue Serge
mill twelvemiles : Jienliarn of isinesvlllc; who
McKaskill: Brothers
Florida. Their comrades have "pas. I cramps as indicated hy his twistedarms
sed over the river to rest under the south of the city where he was I that ronrern has purchased all |I observed after his body was recovered Dresses for Misses t
each the superintending the work of foiling cf the land adjoining/. the river-hanks the We have large of
shade of the tress" and year near nloop. Lane reachedthe a quantity Ginghams which we
and trees for the mill. The branches of i\fir 10 to l-r miles above their mines
thin line is becoming thinner sloop in due course and xuccccdi'dIn
sell
!gray can at 25c yard.
felled struck 'lit well I'1I111nd which would be afopened you per
thinner the large tree which was I I Ins an I recovering> Perkins body with a pairof

--- --- _n___ oyster. longs.COLOItr.l We also carry Men's Flannel Pants, and all other

--- -- ___ .uar. ""' "', ilrlNllt' i---.1. i I I I ) : ) MKN--0 - kinds of Men's pants, Junipers and overalls that
APPKrX'IA'IIVi;
: I could be bought in the market.A .

t-........... _ - jl r '.I Editor: l'h'aMallnw me spacein I complete line of HOSIERY bought d

your paper' to thunk tho following All kinds of Dress Uuitons and
Trimmings and all
pel-Ming); mid concerns for the much ,
time -that guide I appreciated a s.i.' ,""1co given the colored other goods that are generally kept in a retail store

y Knights of Pythian lodge l to cancel and every customer that come lo our store and "
the amount due on our (will.! We
buys $10.00 worth of dry goods or hardware for
i, v' might add thnt we mean to show our
appreciation, In the future in ways we the next sixty days, we will give them a nice pre

his m.outh.J cannot mention here, but watch the/ sent costing a Half Dollar, or a Ticket for fifty
< future for better results.1 d
cents which they can keep and trade out for any
We extend thanks
many to the following -
: goods kept in our store.

Bradford County Bank Morgan's NOW THE FIRST COMES WILL GET FIRST
Store, Stcrntierg's Store, Stump's
He said so e4 Store, COnIlUI1I< r'lI Lumber Co. PICK OF OUR LARGE STOCK Of NICE

x We much appreciate the kind words GOODS AND LATER ON IT WILL BE
about. UH by the county J paper, for
HARD TO GET ALL KINDS OF GOODS
THREE DAYS from town. BUT ABLE V .''hrr.t whirh. a good\ many colored 1 people' are i
. to subscribe/ for.Respectfully. FROM THE MARKET. ON ACCOUNT OF
of trains. TO WRITE ". THREE CHANCES. > *Hot. 1 yours, COTTON BEING SO SCARCE AND IT
1 i a INCLUDING A ride BUT WHEN at night REV. T. 1' DUIIART,
.
. . % C. C. of K. of P BEING HARD TO GET LABOR TO MANUFACTURE

ON A dinky. little.. BY THE. efllnll, flro. THESE GOODS.On .

T NARROW. GAU'E. line. THERE IN' "the heart lr'nw's Ta.te'"aa. chili TCIIIIc any goods in our,stock, we will compete with
end "
tMton altallty.a' mttby mrUttat
J n FORTY miles more. OF THE "fnrflut prlrw. L- ... anybody in the grade of goods and
THEN . rMiln* th bind Vim mop fml''II.t tranna prices on same ,
. % .
.
"hIll 'n.I.*".,:",' -
IN A f.trvcr. AND A hurt'lr miles. all we ask of any customer is to come and give us

.- THE. ,country. road. FROM HAUNTS. of men. one trial and then if they are not satisfied, then
TILL .
o ..?._ . _*c .- tell us so.
PETERED OUT and stopped. I GAVE Mm orjo.

THEN_BY. cnnon.. ? Cf MY cR'! ."rrltort DAVISAgency Now 1 will quote a few prices so anyone may tell

"*" 11,.id. . -- We are making our prices right. ;
HE LIT It. dRoop
THROUGH Toodfl'l utroann. drew
\
I . ttt-the-lake. SMILED AND' mid." ( Eat. 1886 While they last we can sell you SCHOOL GIRL
TILL .
S FINALLY i \ oj-- '
GINGHAMS at 25c yard.
per
i MET mr rud.! l .. "THEY SATISFY." INSURANCESTARKE flH
v ' TOWELS at Hc) each

AWL',WE. mad. camp. SATISFY" just fits! Ch."u-rl1eld. MEN'S'and LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS( at
Q.UIDE was native born. or )tttiini? 'n their. mild I
THE. smoothness that goes: right to the l IOc cacho
A CHILD { the .11i1erne.' iipot. Choice! tobacco Turkish and I GREEN COFFEE at 7 pounds! for $1.00. hr
... Domestic" - n blend l that literally KICK 10 pounds fora $1.00. < ]
lorBAND
..... WISE IN. wooJ. f for ran'l tho te ir toT'l..d---a xtvs protection flaniiine- -on wrapper every And many other bargains, which we will show I

THE craft' 0. mP""x !- count, Chester! elda ".at Iffy." -- you when you come to see us.

We have in our store Mrs. Willis who will

,.. ... 'iJ wait on and take care of the Ladies when

V I -- Q 1,4-, \ they come here to trade.
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