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 24, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04565
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Touring Car Regular Quoted at $UO. Friday evening from eight to ten ,, Recent Meeting Made Hoped For Or A. S. Crews handed u. the clipping .
McLanePresident and L.
J. In honor
of her third anniversary guniration
birthday a RealityA
Tractors Drop to $790. o'clock the Ladies Aid of the Baptist Peek SecretaryOn from a Key West paper of Sept
little Miss Martha :Floience
15th reproduced below The mother
I church entertained in honor of their
Powell hud.* lovely Tuesday af. 'I number of' t ;;enthusiastic .
party sPortsmen of the little boy who such
Mich. pastor and his bride Rev. met an untimely -
Detroit Sept. 21.-Henry I and Mrs. Thursday evening Sept. lf1th. a I' ,
ternoon at the home of her parents of Staike held a meeting at the % death is a sister of Col. Crews
Ford today announced a reduction of I Blanchard D. Law whose marriagewas representative body of public spirited Mr. and\ :Mrs. W. C. I'owell. on North e-fllccs! of Consumer's Lumber Co., Neil Bert Archer five : .Yo
prices pn all Ford Motor Company' an event of August the 25th at business men and citizens of Starke i i Walnut street I I Friday morning for the purpose of I of Mr. and Mrs. Weslye l year p. Archer son "

products to a pre-war level as a step I Wauchula.The met at the county court house for purpose -, This popular! little lady received ,,, organizing a Trap Gun Club. m'c.1 1010( Fleming street was drowned, in
toward "restoration" of business to school reception was of the given in the Sunday of reorganizing:; thc' old board of ,: many pretty gifts from her lI.'ut'lItll.1 j I tion of officers! was postponed until a I a large: cistern to the rear of the resi.. .
conditions. church
normal I room' for which trade. Col. C. L. Peek acting as temporary and the afternoon was spent, gaily later date. It was decided however to I' denre last evening. lila lifeless form
. In a statement accompanying the was appropriately decorated the chairman, delivered a very interesting i, playing] games on the lawn. Delicious I meet Thursday afternoon at S o'clock was discovered I and taken from the
announcement Mr. Ford declared that I occasion.Mrs.V. J.Receiving in line were: address upon the purpose cream cake and punch'was served to I on the vacant lots in the C. L. Peek I j I i water at about j o'clock! 'Inst night. .f- :'I
pteeent business conditions demandedthat Epperson vice presidentLadies' and need of such an organization in the little people who were seated fin'' sub-division west of th,. High School |I ter n thorough search hail been made
"some practical fffort be made Aid; Rev. and Mrs. Blanchard I this community. Mr. G. M. Inman the lawn. The beautiful birthday cake II i building, at which time a trial 1 at the ,i of the city for tho missing child who
to bring!: economic conditions back to I I). Law the honor guests; Mr and I II was next in order and in a plain and was Iced in white and pink and three I II clay pigeons will take place. A tern- !:i was last seen by his mother( 5
normal," .that the "business of the ;I Mrs. f. E. Futch, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. straightforward manner told 'those I little pink tapers shed their soft light'I I porary wall will be! erected for the j I I o'dork yesterday.A .
country may be stabilized:; and thatithe j I' Kickliter, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Lim- present of the advantages of having I I on the joyous scene protection of the trap man und until little bottle that the child hnd
"progress, prosperlt)-and content- '| baugh. this institution in Starke. Election of: The littlu people invited to this I I an automatic trap can be secured\ the I been filling with water while playing
mont of our people may be restored." I The punch bowl was placed in the officers resulted in the following: pretty party were: Eunice Cano\'a'i I I small hand trap will bo uspd. There about the cistern was found by tho
Inquiry tonight; among; heads of I I vestibule of the church, and elaborately President Roscoe McLane. other automobile industries here failed decorated in white and pink the First vice president L. A. Davis Jr. kins Betty Mi-Imne, Loin. Long: Julia j j signified a desire to become mf'I11IIt'I'sl discovery of the body, which was re-
to indicate whether, the Ford an graceful;( antlgnon flower being usedin Second vice president F. F. Stump. Ettrf Cnnova, Etholin White Evelyn'I ',! nnd. it is hoped that the club will' co'.eN.Iy. \ dragging: the cistern. Life
nouncement presages a general decline profusion. The delicious fruit punch Secretary, J. L. Peek. 'I I and !Marjorie Stump. Lillian Stern- prove a dccidnd success. Stnik needt hail been extinct fo some time. Heroic
of motdr car prices. A number I was served by Mrs J. M. Brownlee Treasurer A. S. Crews '' berg, Mary Hrownlee, Sarah Hope and just such 1'.el't'litinllaIIlKModnUnll" nndwe efforts, to revive the liltlo fellow
of manufacturers declined to comment Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. O. J. Griffin and Board of governor, E. SI| Matthews Georgia Haynes !Martha Ilrownlee, hope this organization will be an were futile. '
Discussing business conditions others. T1. F. Stump Roscoc McLune J. M. Clara !Louise Peek I Hazel Midillcton, incentive for the formation of others The) mother! is prostrated ovef the
Ford declared that since the war Mr'j I I The large number of guests were I Mitchell L. ,.. Davis, Jr. i I Mary Oanova, Patsy Brinson Dorothy "-'- -. __|_ tragic: death of her child.. Mr. Archer\
ended "war prices also should be re composed of members of the Baptist It was decided that the name of the and Eloise Ritch Leila flea Andrews 1.\WTE\' is at the Modern. Woodmen unnitoriutn
duced." church, each member having receivedan new association would be the Cliiun-' Pauline Miner Alice Fernandez Stella Woodman Colorado..
"There is no wisdom the tnanufnc invitation from the Ladies Aid. her of Commerce of Starke. It was Barrett, Billy Graham S. R. Johns The funeral will bo at I 6 o'clock this
Lawtt'y Sept. 24.-A son was born
After shaking hands with the reedy- also unanimously voted that theWoman's Jr. James Richard -t
turer said In trying to maintain an Wainwriglit, Leslie! to Mr.\ and! Mrs. I.ouis Marr Sunday., afternoon from, tho residence: to thevmvteiy
artificial standard of values] for inflated log line the guests enjoyed a delightful Civic League and the Farm I Iera' ;, Biggs Richard and l William Harvard, M "rs. J. J. McLeod! spent lust week (' and will \be conducted! by 1>1'1. .
prices retard social season followed by a beau Union be invited to cooperatewith Charles Lurittn Kickliter Walter !McDonald M.: ,
only progress. I at Steckeit a* guests of Miss I/enu C Lunsford, tho I Baptist at lit later,
"There is a lull in business generally tiful musical program. the Chamber of Commerce in Jr., Paul Knight Richard Melcm! I Interment ill be mailn under direction -

," the statement continues. 'Teo Refreshments of brick ice cream and their efforts toward the betterment I Long Jim Poppell, A. E. Wall Jr., Miss Enza Blanrhard returned lust I Iwt'l'k of BenJ. lA>pez, umleitaker. '
pie in every walk of life are waitingfor pound cake were served by the m'mbl'rs other and upbuilding of Starke. Several I Arthur )Daiby Jones, Ben Sternberg, from Quincy where sho bus been, ]I -- . .
prices they know are unnatural, to of the Aid assisted by a number questions of importance were Merrill Futch, Joe Edwards, Jr., Sin. employed I for several months. She 11I'\1'11: 01-", ()(IMJ:' GIRL
become lower."Manufacturing of discussed after which the meeting was clair Peek, Jr.. Julian Peek, Jr. A. I
girls und the ,
young as happy I' will ]"'11\'" in a few days for Palmetto
plants are being crowd were leaving they again par those C. L. M. Pettit Jr., Roscoe McLanc Kidredgc where she secured a position On Sept; ;th- iid Wilkinson 13year ,

shut down all over the country, and took of the refreshing fruit punch. I I I Peek Among D. E.: Knight present A. S. were Crews: E. S. ; and Lester Price_Robinson._ Miss Ruth Skipper, of Live Ink, Is I old 1. was taken suddenly] Ill\ whllo t
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in every line of business<< there is a Mr. Law has served as pastor of the Matthews, J. M. Mitchell L. A. Davis, spending a few days at the home of utlU'tiiling ('lay Hill I I school. Her -
growing inactivity because the volume Starke Baptist church for I j ANNOUNCEMENT:' ; brother, L. W.
past Jr., W. I;. Davis J. R. Davis F. F. her sister, Mrs. I':. E, lIuI'n(')'. Wilkinson was *peud
of Consumption is growing less year and is a zealous minister fly sunt for, and he
young Stump L. W. Kickliter W. E.yarbor. Mills Vunn, of Sanford, Is spending 1. brought her home -
and less through the self-denial of very popular with his church and i 'I Mrs. Wm. I D. Pngpof Glasgow ami liiul a physirliin
nugh G. M. Inman and Roscoe Mc : Ky., some time at the homo of G. I1' (roim al soon anpimsililc.
people who realize the injustice of the doing an especially good work among 'i Lane. announces the engagementof Pearcc. itt r. Vann ban been quite 111 1 "t".ythlllg.1., done for

situation. ''the young people. Mrs. Law Is an I I The sole of the Board of her daughter, for some, timo.Geo. her hint medivul knowledge and loving -
"Labor is being thrown of ideal helpmate for her husband cultured -' purpose Ruth IIUI-HOI could -
out employment a ; . suggest but without
Trade or Chamber of Commerce Is an I' Young, who opened up a -
but notwithstanding this refined, Christian lady and by I ambitious desire to Improve public\ : to dry\ goods store here a few weeks 11t'0.1M IIv..II. ", nd the piitient expired on Sept
there has been little her attractive has Mr. DVitt T. MeGIlt of t'th' Shu leaves
change in the personality won Lake Butler well) ] I to mourn her untime.
with the
conditions work for to so pleased business
to prosperity, ;
cost.. .of... .living.. . the hearts of her husband's entire'! -I The wedding will tako nlneo inOctober outlook that be has ileeldivl, "I ly IIVIartuIt': !her father. mother, two
aid farmers whoso to :
church mcmbership. upon production mien .., . ._... :.,.,.. ,...,.,.... .: .. : .
Aimougn ricn in natural resources I --- - o- ) ".u, "
_ relies the progress of the community. another one in the store building next .IUl'1 ilu.Hicioul
the country's progress is being .- It is hoped .and requested! that every _. _ h_ to the batik. friends, for her many !goodqualities

held practically at a standstill throughthe PIUSGU -lfISEI.EY: ( merchant business man and citizen of I llir.KKSSAThcifssa Miss Mary Sweat, of. Jacksonville, had niailu her very popular. -
greed of profiteers. Now is the The Interment took place' at
visited frl""dlIn Long
Starlcc will become a member of thin \ Lawtey Sunday.
time to call a halt to war methods, A quiet wedding occurred at the commendable institution. It Is their Sept. 24.Messrs. H. II. Mrs.' W. A. Colby and daughter, Branch cemetery on S'l't. 10th Rev.
war prices; and war greed. It may be home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rosier duty to themselves necebsary for everybody' to sacrifice i Thursday morning, Sept. 16th, at ten munity. Norton were business visitors WednrHday Marcus Brown, of SUuke spent The rooming went tf1ll'orLtul to
a little but in the end it will be the o'clock, when their Mrs. their lust resting place by a Urge
daughter -- -- ---- -- I morning ta> Hampton. Sunday In Lawtey at the home of his pro-
most profitable, for the sooner we get: I Daisy Moscley, and Mr. 'Chalker N. BRADFORD II!I Mr. and Mrs., Mark Clemens ofi i parents.Mrs. I ci'unloii of mourners and the lloral ut.

the business of. the country buck to I'ringle were united In marriage; Rev.J. I, Brooklyn, have moved! to our town. I A. M. HlnnchHi-d I III visiting wera beautiful_and, |,,rofuae 4.Ift'tiugs
pre-war conditions, the sooner will L. Strickland, pastor of the Evergreen |;I Bradford Sept. 24.-Mr. and Mrs. 1 I C. A, Youngblood wag transacting relatives at M drone this week Willie" IIIMM
the lives of our people become natural Baptist church, performing the I C. II. Newsnm returned to their home I business in (;Jaincsvillo Wednesday Mrs. Gray of' Jacksonville, wm a ,' KiieiHon:| | has returned lioino --
and progress prosperity and content. ceremony. | in Jacksonville Saturday. 'I I Mr and Mrs. A. A. DurcJon and visitor to Lnwtey Sunday lifter dpunding several weeks! in Dunliellon -

ment be restored." Only friends and relatives were II| Mrs. W M. Hnrrell wits attending l Mrs.' Geiger): of Hampton were visitors Johnnie Parmenter, of Jacksonville ,
The price reduction on the Ford present. After the ceremony a din- j I to business in Starke Friday. ': here Friday afternoon. spent Sunday with relatives near -
product ranges from 14 to 31 per cent net was served by her mother and sis I II 'I Virgil Edwards, of Tampa, was vis- I I Messrs. Samuel Woodard John and Lawtey. 10IUMNAMIMULH) :'

and is effective immediately. There I, ter-in-law Mrs. Schuliic Rosier iting! his brothers, J. V. and T. B. Edwards ,I l.Ii11l1allltll.1 Arthur Moorer were visitois Primitive Baptist church services -
will be no wage reductions at any of: Mr. and Mrs. Pririglc left later in I while on his way back from | to Hampton Saturday afternoon.George were held Saturday evening at the Throe, week ago the E.: A, Street
the plants it was announced. the evening for Maxville, their future I Geoigia. I I Neal of Okcecliotiec is home of Enoch J. Roberts nnrl Sunday i'urm/ Agency through Mr, G. 1\1. In- -

home. They have a host of friends I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards spent I I[ spending a few days here with his services were continued at the Primitive man, it sreprvsenlutive in Staike,
I ocal Dealer Announced New Prices who will extend congratulations and I II the week-end with F, L. Dnawdy of brother P. II. Neal. ,, Baptist church near Raiford a I Hindu. an offer of $tO for th Lest an.swer .

In a half page! advertisement in this good wishes. Lake Butler. I M ells I'll. Blanton Owxloy and Kyle 'I )large number from Lawtuy attending. seekers to the. question "Why homo
Issue the Ford Garage !Messrs.\ A. W. Miss Lucile Harrell spent Sunday I King were visitors to Starke Friday I i'I Miss Foes Blunchard U. upending a "shuuM locale in Bradford .
& G.: A. Anderson, proprietors announces ZIFF with Miss Rosa Surrency of Pine Hill. afternoon. I! few days this week with relatives at county. Thiiugh not vxptrssly so
the Ford Mrs. called to Simuel Holder visitor to I Steckert. stated, the content was intended for .
new prices on cars Billy Surrency was was a 1\11.1|I i
and tractors. As will be seen by the Ziff Sept. 24.-Ellery Thomas who the bedside of her mother Mrs. Hall, rose Saturday 1 Mrs. Lena Puik. of Ft. Pierce, In boys and glils in our schools, far }
prices quoted the reduction is consid has been visiting in South Florida. of Tampa who died a few hours after I Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Woodard und I j ji I!, spending two weeks in Lawtey with enough advanced to write an In tell I. ,' j
erable. spent the week-end with his parents she arrived. The remains were |i Mr. and Mrs W. A. Jones spent' last Mr. and Mrs. A. M. and :Mrs and !\Ira.n. 000) essay on the subject limited to t.i
Foodstuffs( Declined 12 per' cent in Au. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. brought here for burial in Antioch I I Thursday fishing at Smith lake j L. Blunt-hard. word. 4 Is
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gust ; Clothing 5/4 Per CentA Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howard and cemetery Wednesday. M. J. Batten was a visitor to Hampton I'carre' Jones, who has been wflrklnA'In been this writing, no answers have yet
daughters >pent the week at the Mrs. Jones and daughter4t Waldo, I Saturday Jacksonville for several months, returned nx-vivcd. Mr Inman >ias written ; .
level pronounced of drop in the general home of their brother, J. II. Kelly. visited Mrs. O. W. Barry last week. A daughter was born to Mr .and I to his'home here Saturday to have to teachers of schools in order to :',
wholesale prices during August Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woods attended Mrs. N. G. Hayes and Mrs. Truby Mrs. Simuel Holder the 15th (nut. :. attend school. them Induce scholars to write. *:' If
was reported by the departmentof church at Mounteocha Saturday.J. Willis attended the big meeting at Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger of Rev E. I). Boyer and daughter! and The prize of $10 is an inducement In
labor. Measured by changes in the B. Thomas was shopping in Gra- Little Springs Sunday. Hampton visited relatives here Sun son went to Alabama last week to Itself,, but whether won or not, the : t
index numbers of the'bureau's statistics ham about mental effort In thinking
Saturday.J. spend ten days with relatives. up argu-
the decrease was 4 % per cent. W. Eddy of Louise was in our Mrs. S. E. Brownies] has received a day.Ed Smith of Gainesville was a vis. The trustees of Grace M. E. church merit and putting them in order, 'I
Foodstuffs showed the greatest price burg Friday.P. card from Mrs. J. M. Rising of Atlantic itor hero Sunday.J arc having\\ repairs ma').. on thn build. should bo so valuable as t.,'Justify a
recessions the decrease averaging A. Crosby and son, Eugene of City N. J., conveying the sad J.i:. Phillips was transacting business ing. The work Is being done under trial. Advanced: scholars should beat
more than 12 per cent. Farm prod- Brooker, were visiting friends in this news tsat her husband is seriously ill in the county metropolis Satur the supervision of J. J. McLeod. ) conversant with the resources and I
ucts declined nearly 6 per cent and I The Seaboard baseball living conditions of the f
section Friday.S. and doubts are entertained for his re day. team of Jacksonville rv.t of the
cloths_ and clothing 5% per cent. country as comuarwmi with nr./if,.,,!>. .
L. Prescott and son. George, were covery. W. A. _Jones, was in Hampton on camp over to Lawtey last '
Fuel and lighting materials continued business. visitors to lirooker Saturday. -- business hnturoay.II. week to get even with the drubbing as to IllId| little dilllcully j in setting ..(I

their upward trend with an increase Miss Vera Surrency spent the weekend I Starke friends of Mr. R. R. Tlson j S. Roebuck, of Gainesville, spent they received a few weeks ago, but them forth, .. ,'.
of more than 64 percent while at Pine Hill with her parents. will be interested to know that he was the week-end with )his family. were again defeated the score being -. .'
metals and house furnishings also] Ziff school organized a literary society ]lately elected superintendent of public Messrs. M. M. Brinson Sidney 2 to 0. The Lawtey team played] an Ill:;HIND 7IIE: lIARS I

showed an Increase over July. Friday and elected officers as Instruction of Jasper county S. C. Mr. j Triext D. J. and Jim Phillip and T. errorless game, Pearce giving up only ,
Cotton Material, Drop 3.1t Percent follows: Tison was a fine citizen when he lived B. Triest went out to Smith lake Sun- one hit. Only twenty-eight men Deputy/ Sberlffflsluiden; went to '

Manchester, Sept. 22.Rcduction of I Menzie Grover president.) here and those who know him do not I dRY to spend a few Hays fishing. faced, Pearce In tho full nine innings Lawtcy Monday and arrested Jim I ,.
33 Vh percent in the price of manufactured Amy Starling secretary. doubt that he will prove himself a f' II. Neal was among tho visitors Batteries, Pearce and Godwin; Nichols Gugehiim, colored upon warrant
cotton goods;( was announced today ] Lydia Grover and Bculah Lewis, capable and faithful public .official. to Starke Saturday. and Story. twoiii out by Adam Eastonor, niak. '
in the statement of Amoskeag program committee. A program has S. R. Swindrl is on the sick list at Ed: Rigdon, of Jacksonville, spent InK an assault upon his son, Dennis .
Manufacturing Co., here, This week's been prepared for next Friday and HIGHLAND this writing. Sunday with his family here. Kaston, cutting him with si pocket r '''I..
production of cotton by the factory, all ore invited to attend. Alvah Saxon of the U. S. navy, was - -.--- knife, though not seriously. i'

which employs 1,000!)/ workmen was Ellery Thomas left Monday for Highland: Sept. 24-Miss Ella Mart a visitor here Sunday, UAIFORD Tuesday he arrested Tom Gage. I''
4,000,000!) yards. Fear that the cotton Jacksonville where he will spend seveiiU went to Starke Thursday for a visit I I D. W. Swindel, of Hampton was a ham, colored, rtiargod with carrying a '
market already unsettled because of days. with her sister, Mrs. D. L. Rigby. visitor here! Sunday.A. Raiford Sept. 24K. P. West, of pistol. Jim and Tom are both In Jail. '
heavy cancellation orders might reacha !Several from here went to Lawtey L. Sullivan nf Veto arrived here Miami. is spending' a few days liars' Tho'trlul of the latter will take place 1 t

situation similar to that which has'" DEATH OF MR. MARSHALL Thursday to witness the ball gamp between Sunday afternoon for a few days visit with friends. today .( Friday), .
forced the closing of the company's the S. A. L. team end Lawtcy with relatives and friends. Rev E. C. Wells was a visitor to i-. >> ,,1
woolen factories, was given as the The remains of the late Mr. Millord among them being J, T. Mart, Miss W. M, Phillips, of South F'lorlda. II High Springs Wednesday, returning MILLER: ; ::.
reason for the price reduction. Phillip Marshall, who died at Raiford Ruth Parker. II. C. Wlmberly Jr., spending. a few days here with rela. Thu rstlay. !
----41. September 16th. were sent Friday af. Miss Winifred Wimbcrly and Master I. lives. John Hoyt Reynolds. of Klsslmmec, Miller Sept. 24.-Miss Estvlle. Rot. .fi; ';
B. Y. P. U. VISITORSThe ternoon to Atlanta Ga., for interment.The G...,. Parker. Mr, and Mrs. C. Sullivan spent Sun was In town Tuesday.S. enburg of I remains had been given in charge I Miss Ruth Parker had as guests day at Hampton with his mother Mrs. M. Register of Ft. Ml'adll. was wei.k-end with Miss Carrie Belle '
Lake Butler B. Y. P. U. held a of. Funeral Director DeWitt C, Jones Sunday Mrs. O. S. Blade Mrs. E. A. Josephine Sullivan.JJr. transacting business here Tu".mlay. Brown \ 1
splendid meeting at the Baptist and were by him brought to Starke Goolsby and E. C. Garruthers of Jack. and Mrs.' Fortner, of Brooklyn, Miss Doris Scott one of the schoolteachers JJt'nzlThomaa\ and si istar, Grettln, I
church Sunday evening the 12th inst. and prepared for sepulture. son villi were in town Sunday afternoon. spent the week-end with her. spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. ..1
Eighteen visitors were in attendance, The deceased was 65 years old and Gilbert It. Barker arrived Thursday Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace were parents in Btarke. W. M. Thomas of Long Bridge. .
all being entertained by the StarkeB. death was caused by cerebral hemor for a visit with II.! C Wimberly and business visitors to Gainesville Sat. Mrs. C- B. Macclenny of Macclcn- Miss Carrie Belle Brown spent the ,Ij}
Y. P. U. rhage. He was the father of Mrs. I family. Mr. Barker has just returned urday. ny, was transacting business here on week-end with homefolk. '
Mr. Noble Armstrong was the leader D. R. Handley, of Raiford. and had from a two months stay in the mountains Willis Swindel was a business visitor I Friday Raymond Williams and sinter, Miss 1
for the evening, and the subject with his wife spent some time withDr. of Norh Carotins. to Hampton Sunday. W. II. Raiford and AT D. Andrews Virgie, of Lulu silent Sunday with
was "Bible Study of Daniel" which and Mrs. Handlty. The remainswere A jolly party motored to Klngslcy G. W. Hlnson is at Tampa at the were visitors to Tallahassee Monday. their sister, Mrs A. C. Crawford. "t' :';
was well handled by the leader and a accompanied to Atlanta, the former lake Sunday and enjoyed the bathing bedside of hi, sister, who I Is seriouslyill. :, R. W. Sweat of Cross City spent; T. n. Waters spent the week-end
number of others who assisted in the home of the deceased, by his widow and boating. Among them were Mrs. the week-end here with his family.E. with his uncle, Dave Boyd of Suwan-
meeting.; One especially good feature and Dr. and Mrs. Ilandley. Much n. C. Wlmberly, the Misses Beth and W. A. Jones and S. B. Woodard L. Sweat of Le"sburg, was the nee county.
of the evening was a quartette sympathy is felt for the bereaved rel Winifred Wlmberly Ethel Ricks and have accepted contracts to erect some week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Miss Virgie Thomas, of DunnelUm,
entitled "Day is Dying In the West" atives. Messrs. G. H. Barker and Harry Wim. dwelling houses at Brooklyn Sweat spent last week with her "parents, Mr.
which was beautifully sung by founr -- berly. Paxton Shirley, of Miami was visiting and Mrs. Roland Thomas. .1
young people and Illustrated by MI s BAPTIST friends here a day or two during Brooklyn Monday morning Little Mimes Willie and Flay Thorn
Crystal Armstrong who drew the as being one of the happiest experiences last week Johnnie Williamson spent Sunday as are spending awhile with their ;
scene with colored crayons on a covered Sunday school, 10 a. m. k of herself, pastor sister and There will be preaching services at here with friends.. grandparents, Mr and Mrs. I. E.
blackboard. Preaching a. m. and 8 p. m. mother. The reception was delightfulin : the Baptist church Saturday and Sun Miss Elythe Collins, of Lakeside Thomas. .
The Lake Butler B. Y. P. U. is doing B. Y. P. U., 7 p. m. purpose and in keeping with this day. left Sunday afternoon for New Rfver, Mr .and Mrs. John Mott, of Lake "j
excellent work and the service The courteous expression of the la- was the stylo and appointment with Most of our farmers are through where she will teach school.Dr. Butter, visited the latter' parents
they held here was greatly enjoyedby die of the church for the new mistress which it was tendered.BLANCHARD. gathering! their corn. Middleton of Starke, made a Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas last .,
a large congregation. of the parsonage Is appreciated D. LAW Mrs. W. A. Jones was a visitor to business trip here Sunday night, week

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D; DeLand; J. M. Larramore of Lulu; ness Tuesday.I' --hard- work and hard study since I on the Clyde line so I can come -hen--

I 1 I Mesdames E. L. Crosby, of Brooker; P. Dekle has his rice mill set up joined but I am reaping the reward.I I every two weeks. Please send ,
.. .---r 7l Irvin Thomas, of LaCrosse; Gid again and l is again ready to serve the am taking a course in navigationand : Bradford County Telegraph once m.ins
I Crawford of AUchua; Reuben Crawford public. hope to be able to get a position while so I can hear from everjuody.
I of Macclenny; B. .H. Rowe, of .
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Ji I extend our sympathy to the bereaved -
_,.r -j g* family. Hampton, Sept. 24.-A box supper
I will be given' at the auditorium next I Act Quickly
r J tot r..tln< facts'' Gathered During: the Wuk br Our I METHODIST I, Friday evening. The ladies are all if You Want

,/ Regular Correspondent invited to come and bring boxes. The
I Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. gentlemen are invited to purchase the
I Preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p .m. boxes and enjoy a bountiful supper. I This Ten Dollar PrizeThe
3, -- ----- Epworth League rally service, } This supper is given for the benefitof
BROOKER last week. I the cemetery in the edge of town. I
i i Fred Hazel was on the sick list last I Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. We hope that those who can will do
? Brooker Sep"t."U-Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday and Wednesday. I J. C. DIGGS Pastor. their bit towards making this move a prize contest put on by the E. A.

I Grady Kelly, of Gainesville, spent the Friends of Mrs. Hall of Tampa, regretted success. Strout Farm Agency, offering $10 for
u week-end here at the home of the to learn of her death last FIVE MILE Dr. Middleton, of Starke, has been
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. week in Tampa. She was laid to rest attending! : to professional business in I the best essay of not more than 500

Ward. in Antioch' cemetery. We extend our : Five Mile, Sept. 24,-Mrs. Williams Hampton this weeth I words on the subject, "Why Home
J Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter sympathy to the family in their sad and Mrs. Edenfield were visitors here Albert Sullivan, of South Florida, is
Inez, and li. F. Hazen"pent Wednos- hour of bereavement. :> Wednesday and Thursday.J. l visiting' friends and relatives in town Seekers Should Locate in Bradford County," will close on

. r day afternoon in Gainesville. I I Rhoda Brown entered 'school- Mon N. Gainey visited friends and relatives I for a few dayi. Monday, October 11 th, and the winner will be announced
i **' - G. B. Colson spent Thursday in day.The here last week. I i E. E. Harden is transacting business -
Starke. following program was rendered Ardell Drawdy, Misses Mae Duke in Jacksonville this week. : in the Bradford County Telegraph of October 15th.
Supt. E. R. Poppell was in town at the literary society at the school and Norma Dckle spent the week-end! Mies Audrey Johns, of Starke, wasa
F Monday. Friday afternoon: I in Columbia county, and attended the I j\ visitor to Hampton Monday. i If you want to try for the prize you mush act quickly.
{f.1 t P. M. Barefoot was in Jacksonville Opening song/ No. 23 by school. Philippi church Sunday. I I Henry Hicks left Saturday for a
High School Students of the
J ] Wednesday. Heading of the minutes by secre Miss Lucile'Varnes spent the week- '. visit in Plant City with his sisters, county are especially invited
j ;' }l .Je lle Shirley and Guy Pinholster, tary. end at Johnstown. I Mrs. Norwood and Mrs. Sparkman. to enter the contest. Mail essay to
, 4' 'f of Jacksonville, spent the weekendS Quotations by Virginia Weeks, Opal Mrs. H. S. Long attended the sing Percy. Griffin, who Is' attending ,
f I S here. Hazen, Leila Mae Andrews and Luther at Unity Saturday. school in Jacksonville, was a visitor I
) t 1 II. C. Surrency who spent Jast week Harroll. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. I' here during the week-end.
,I.if? in. Plant City returned home Monday.4h Recitation-Grady Baxter.* Jas. Goodge, Sept. 15th. | Mrs. B. Y. Saxon of Green Cove I The E.; A. Strout Farm Agency
1 Debate fteiolved that Indians
Miss Edna Baxter, of LaCrosse, .
Mr. end Mrs. Claude Renfroe visItOd Spt'llilIs: i the /guest of her mother, I
'jl" spent the woek-cnd here. were treated worse than negroes.: relatives here last weOkend.I I Mrs. Hester Jones, for a few days.M. Q. M. IN MAN, Representative
'J 1\\ Mesdames Johns, of New River, were Affirmative, Abe Crosby and Hazel I
R. E. Parrish attended the annual : L, Watterson has the material II
f f'',. in town Wedncnd. Warren; negative, Eugene: Crdnby meeting of the Primitive Baptist at already placed for a large: shingle: mill I STARKE, FLA.UNIVERSAL .
John Larramore, of St. Petersburg, and Clara Cone. l
Union church in Wateroak, Friday, to run in connection with his light
I, was in town Wednesday. Reading/-Lottie Gainey. .
Saturday and Sunday. .j I plant and water works.
{ 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen and Fred Question box:, Ella Mae Hazen and
Among: those attending the workingat Mr. Wheeler and family, of Fabus,
i Hazon wore In Starke Saturday. Alvin Clemons.Het"itatlonRalph Ala. at the Hampton
Elzey'a Chapel cemetery Thursdaywere are stopping ,
: T. C. Hazen and II. S. .Warren were : Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Blume Miss Hotel this week. They expect to lo- '!
"r I in Starke Saturday afternoon.A. Class new..Jennie Maud Crosby Josephine flume, L. G. and G. W. cate here and make this their future_.
A. Hazon was in Starke Thurs and Cephua Harroll. Johnson, E. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. R, E. home. i]
i day. v Hong-Inez Abernathy, Lorene Ha- Parrish, W. T. Parrish Mrs. Barbara : J. L. Nimmo, of the U. S. Navy?I ICBmI
I I. W. Pinholater, Jr., was in Starke zen, Lubedia Pinholster, Rosa Sur Dukes Miss Hattie Dukes and Mrs.'I an old resident of Bradford county
Sunday afternoon. rency and Ila Belle Crosby. Wcaltf i Woodcock.. I and whose name is familiar to many
Inez Abernathy spent the weekend Margaret Hazcn was. on the sick Roland Thomas was a business vis- leaders of the Telegraph, writes to CORD
with friends and relatives of Gra- list !last week. i I I
itor here yesterday. |I his aunt, Mrs. Ada Nimmo, as follows:
a There will be business meeting at
ham. / a Mrs. T. J. Dekle, of Lake Butler, I am in the United States once more.I i
Rev. Joyner will fill his appointment the Missionary Baptist church Satur and Mrs. W. Bethoa of from to
i II. Perry were have just returned a trip A sturdy over o o
: super .
day. All members to _
here Saturday and Sunday at are requested
guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle Alaska. While there we went hunting Mire: Cord Tire thatrstablihhes ..,
be ,
the Free Will Baptist\ church. present *
Monday. among the mountains., At night/ a. new
Paxton Shirley spent the week-end Obituary! Mesdames Cells Waters, Janie Wa- ,, we climbed to the top of the snowcapped standard for su-
f here. Mr. John C. Larramore departedthis ters and Mattie Drawdy were here on mountains and slept in orderto durabilityand
j Dr. W. T. Middleton, .of Starke, was life on Sunday, September 12th. business Monday. avoid the wild animals. We killeda I. pre m freedom e from
I in town Monday. He was born at Kings Ferry, Ga., in ,
I Miss Johnnie Rimes and brother, grizzly bear that weighed: COO I skidding.
Murphy Price was in Graham early I' 1843, and came to Florida in his early Wilbur, were here Saturday.Sam pounds, and three large deer. Auntie
Sunday morning. manhood, settling at Brooker where Thomas, of Ktsslmmee, visitedhis believe me, we sure had a good: old I Numerous comparative -
!, Mrs. Crosby and daughter/ Ruby, he resided for many years. Later he parents, Mr and Mrs. B. J, Thom time. I, Raw some of the prettiest tests have prey l 4l
attended the burial of Mr. Larramore moved to Maeclenny residing there as, Wst week. *" scenery that I ever saw in my life. I rd that Michelin
ot Macclenny last week. until his death, which occurred afteran Mrs. Addie Holder, who has been The timber and undergrowth was so Universal Cords are
Fred and Eunice Hazen attended the illness of only a few weeks. He is visiting; relatives here, returned to her thick that we climbed to the top of unsurpassed for freedom
purty at the home of Lem Anderson,, survived by eight children and a host home' at Rodman Monday.Mrs. the mountain on the limbs of the trees I from blomoutsand
.. of Cooterpnnd Friday night. of grandchildren/ great grandchildrenand P. P. Dekle was shopping in I enjoyed the many nice letters on for easy-riding ,
': Miss Grace Fogg spent the weekend many friends. Dukes in
Saturday. my return which I received from you qualities. Come
at Graham. Mr. Lanamore was a lifelong mem Mrs. F. L. Drawdy visited her son, and papa, and other friends, for I and see them.SIITII'S y
Mrs T. B. Parker and children, of ber of the Methodist church and was a F. R. Drawdy Monday. think about all of you often.I .
Plant< City, are here on a visit with devoted husband, a kind father and a Mrs. P. P. Dekle is Buffering/ witha am not sorry I joined the navy. It : GARAGE
irlntives. good and useful citizen. severe attack of lumbago. offers many opportunities to a"young
Mrs. T. B. Shirley l is visiting in Mi- The surviving members of his family Starke. Fla.
Oultor Boyd was a business visitor man who wishes to reach the goal. I
nml.' are, Messrs. G. R. Larramore of .
here Monday. am a first boatswain mate and I am I
l\\ Art'ford Brown was on the sick list St. Petersburg; J. L. Larramore, of .Lonnie Thomas was here on bus going higher and higher. I have done I

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The war is over and war prices must go. Effective at once Ford cars :,

;. , \ trucks and tractors will be sold f. o. b. Detroit at the following prices: : iI

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a ',', .', Touring Car, regular, $440 Tourin Car with Starter, $510

a N ; Runabout, regular, $395 Runabout with Starter, $465 .

I Chassis, regular, $360 Coupe, Starter and Demountable Rims, $745 ,

,. Truck, Pneumatic Tires, $545 Sedan, Starter and Demountable Rims, $795

Tractors $790
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Ford Motor Company makes this reduction in the face of the fact that they have on hand immediate orders for .

over one hundred forty six thousand and sixty five cars and tractors. Company will suffer a temporary loss whilet

.]i using up the material. bought at high prices. They are willing to make the sacrifice in order to bring back

1'.1, to a going condition as quickly as possible and maintain the momentum of the buying power of the country.

'}i S Henry Ford says: "The war is over and it is time war prices were over. There is no sense or wisdom in lying

:' to maintain an artifical standard of values. For the best interests of all it is time a real practical effort was made to

bring the business of the country and the life of the country down to regular pre-war standard."

We are at your command with regular Ford efficiency in service and eagerness to fill your orders. .

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Ilti. Bradford County Farmers -1/1 1L / Zig-Zag Tread

i..i I RAILROADS URGING PLACING gardener may have those mild, juicy, Best results in the past have ben I Tare I GuaranteesE1E Mechanically for ffroatmt and aocuritjr ieleiillncallrcorrert under -
.i or FERTILIZER ORDERS NOW delectable Bermudas all the year instead obtained by planting in rows about 3 all road eimdltloni. Tae

; of only for a short season. feet apart to permit cultivation. If'' for specified /\ anIj' almpcd: cupa
following Is an extract from a the seed are broadcasted, cultivation TIRES are guaranteed-not a alternate on bolh sties of th*
( circular issued by the general l manager WOOD ASHES AS FERTILIZE by harrow is recommended.The I of miles but guaranteed to give you eati"actor i dint extra U nlde mlnlmlritd., hear, tread Par.1PolAar Bkld-
Dwarf Essex variety is
of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad especially service.Analyze Ilaari of the "Pine True." and
that order for recommended as it is of / ) straight Center Line of tread are
urging farmer asked the Progressive
company An Arkansas
j I growth and will stand more grazing I thick rubber.. nude that aulat hi
fertilizers be placed early BO Farmer for expression on :. noth-
an It is "
/ the mileage keeping: the irlioela "boa401l.
he handled in than the old type. If planted late in specific guarantee.
} fertilizer tonnage may the value of wood ashes ias fertilizer.
;' 1, a satisfactory manner. This farm weekly replied in its issue September on a well prepared seed lug more nor lees than a basis for adjustment
bed, top dressed with a high gradeveoeta1Je I
> "During the pant season the move- of September 11th about as follows: I fertilizer, mixed well into
., ment of fertilizer; was attended with Wood ashes are of value for the potassium the/ soil before planting:, it will give You want mileage-service--not adjustments. ,
the greatest difficulty on account of phosphorus and "lime" com-
excellent results. Cultivation should
i, the movement being concentrated pounds they contain. The percentage be frequent and shallow. The Lee Tire guarantee is backed by the strength ,
within a very short period of time. of plant food] depends upon the kind I I
The mistake is frequently made of determination
the Tires and
The movement of the Increased tonnage of wood, the manner of burning, freedom of the Company making our
turning stock on the too early.
within a limited period of time, from impurities and the amountof crop Lee Tire shall
that serve:
before It gets a good apart, and pasturing every you.
wan made possible only by the I issuance leaching which has taken place.Usually close.
..... of embargoes restricting the ashes of oak wood contain A rape too field should be fenced into \Te seldom have to make good for a Lee Tire
than the ashes of
commode! more potassium two or more sections in order that the
" softer woods. Unless the ashes have i stock be alternated back and ,because Lee Tires do that for themselves. But should
from other industries about been from rains the amountof '
the protests restriction of their production in t thl"IIC'pl8nt protected foods will be materially i forth, enabling the plots to recuperateafter the time come when you, for any reason, feel you are
close this method
1 order to move fertilherll.l' reduced as a result of liiaching. continuous grazing grazing. can By be dependedupon not getting the satisfaction you have a right to expect '
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"There I. an extreme shortage of Leached wood ashes will contain
l' from about December till sometime Tire here day in
Lee right
from we are ,
box care In order to'relieve the facilities about 1 percent of potash, about, 1 percent in every every
I, j\I 1 nnd increase the available boxcar I phosphoric acid and from 25 to April.CONTROLLING the year, to protect the interests of all concerned- eujlllll 1 a '

supply, a studied effort should be 80 percent "lime" or lime compounds.
1,' made to utilize the full carrying (capa Unleached wood ashes may contain PECAN CATERPILLARS yours, Lee's, c'r
,i.: city of every car placed for fertilizer from 4 to 8 per cent potash. ours.m. .
t ,' lending. This can be accomplished if ,, Assuming that a ton of these ashes

T',,: the orders arc placed for fertilizers In contains 20 pounds each of potashand Pecan caterpillars are more abundant 7ZeJJ4f

i \ car lots, nnd where one receiver does phosphoric acid and COO pounds. i. than usual in many parts of the
j not require a oar lot it should be arranged -I of lime compounds, and allowing 10 I state and have defoliated many trees.
fpr two or more receivers at cents a pound for the potash, 8 centsa Although!; defoliation at this seasonIs
yt f: the same destination to combine their a pound, for the phosphoric acid and not as serious as if it had occurred

: orders and th cars loaded and unloaded I $3 a ton a ton for the lime compounds, earlier, it is still a serious check to

1} rapidly." .._. we; have a value of f4.CO for a ton of the growth of the trees, and may: considerably :
1 .-- I ashes. decrease next year's yield.As .
( KEEP HERMtriU: ONIONS:' I Florida farmers can well afford to the pecan tree makes little or no t

AS LONG 1'S YOU LIKE I give more than a passing thought to growth from now on, it is active in GRIFFIN I & JOHNS
this in the opinion of the agricultural manufacturing wood and forming the A ,

A method of keeping Bermuda onions extension division. Of -groat fertilizing winter buds for next year's growth,

l for several months! has been discovered ) value to garden and farm would says J R. Watson, entomologist at I"" "
of liu the ashes allowed to go to waste on the Florida Experiment Station. 120 1.LE 1. _
by Rev. G. 1\1. Laybourn, i svs? Ibe
I, Crystal Springs. One of the chief deterrents almost every farm. There are two species of caterpil. \\\
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to the growing of largerquantities i lars now abundant on pecan trees.! '
of Bermuda onions by thetruekcre STATE FARMERS ORGANIZATIONPERFECTED The fall Webworms are reddish-brown \

and home gardeners is their I hairy fellows which live in a tent of

susceptibility to decay within a short': silk they spin over the leaves and ITins
time after being harvested. Mr. Luyi As u climax of the county and home twigs. They are often destroyed by

bourn thinks lie has discovered a demonstration agents' conference in burning. A more convenient and, safer _
method to prevent this and render Gainesville was the organization of a method is to pull the tents out of

Bermuda onions a crop that can be.I State Farm Bureau I Federation. Its the trees by means of a hook on a toto 1

stored and kept as long and as wifely pueposeis to correlate and strengthen long pole. Practically all the caterpillars Smile '
as any other kind of onions or )luta- I the county farm bureaus of agriculture will come with the web and can at Miles .

: toes. The method is simplicity itself\ and home economics, land similar be destroyed by trampling under footor s-
and Information in regard: to it is being county and state societies; to protect, dipping In a bucket of water witha

I given freely by Mr. Laybourn in promote and represent the business, thin layer of kerosene on top. ,
,. economic social education interests walnut defoliator spins
regard to it. 'i and The pecan or
.. Instead of waiting until they are of the farmers of the state; and no web but feeds in colonies on the

ripe to harvest them-that is, until to develop agriculture foliage. Advantage may be taken of r
; the tops begin to wilt and die-the The following counties took active this caterpillar's peculiar habit of
onions should be gathered while the )tart in initiating this movement: Al- coming down to the trunk of the tree

tops are still green, or at the first achua, Broward, Duval, Esciambia, often near the ground to molt. At
signs of maturity. Then both top! Hiltaboro( Leon, Pasco, Polk, Semi these times they collect in large masses
and roots should be left on the bull, nole, Suwannee and Volusia. Tho temporary or colonies on the trunk and remain

&I 1 If the onions are spread out for n officers are: L. M. Rhodes, In this position almost motionless FORDSON

short time to rlry, as usual, the tops Jacksonville, president; J. D. Butler,i for many hours. When these
un drools dry with the bulb and the Ft. Lauderdale, vice-president; Miss i groups are observed the caterpillarsare

whole onion may then be stored in Ruby Newhall, Gainesville\ secretary- pnsily brushed into a pan with a

piles or receptacles. Mr. Layburn treasurer I little kerosene in it.
1 grew some Bermuda onions last win The ugrleultural extension dtvislonof Both caterpillars enter the groundwhen I Farm TractorMore
!iI j ter. He harvested them early in the the University of Florida has been full grown and emerge in the '

spring, using this method. The whole \ fostering this movement for some spring as moths which lay the E'gglll

lot kept In fine condition/ mini he has time. Tho unit of this system is the from which the caterpillars hatch.

I "\ still a bushel or so that are apparently community council. Several communities These and many other pests of tho than Ford
100,000 have been sold
tractors farmers in the
; as sound as when harvested and i iI in a county get together: to form pecan can be controlled by spraying son to
I, : promise to keep for many months yet ; the county bureau of agriculture and the trees thoroughly with lead arsenate United States. They are helping those farmers do more and better workin

t ,A common experience with Hermuda home economics The 'counties in the a pound of powder to 50 gallonsof less time and at less cost. North, East, South, West-everywhere the

onion, growers has beet) thnt about the 1 state make up the stale, farm bureau water.A Fordson has itself and real far-
proven a money-maker necessity to the
f, t time their crop was harvested and fedciation. The many states of the full description of these insects a -
',' ready for market, the market would I Union are ol'l'lInlzollnl"lIn American with Illustrations may be found in mer. Besides it is helping mightily to solve the labor problem.

,+I 1 be nt its lowest ebb as to prlre; ti:"n, farm bureau federation Bulletin 147 of the Florida Experiment These hundred thousand
.' a few weeks or months after their I This marks a step f\\award in FlorIda Station, which can be had for one and more practical farmers have affirmedthe

i f. crop had been
t. would be soaring 'again. Hut If this a recognized feet that in cooperation .- .----- son: its time and labor saving qualities and its ability to increase product

J metthod works out generally/ us it ha lies tho farmer's md vat Ion; thatit LONG: KUIDGE) ion. The Fordson built be
was to the most economical tractor its
( this year with Mr. Lnyburn, the onion is the only means of eliminating the : compactand

I( trucker may now harvest his crop and middlemen who use unfair methods Long Bridge, Sept SJ.Rev. Mulladyof I devoid of excessive weight. And it is built of the sme strong iron and

wait for satisfactory market conditions A farmer Is entitled to the fruits of Hampton, filled his appointment'here steel as is the Ford car.

*, before selling, it. And the home his, ingenuity and labor.PLANT Sunday,
_.:.-. -' --- Winter or bad weather does not hinder the Fordson's usefulness. Dayor
i John Crews, of Lake Butler, attended
''t'' SIU1)S : RAPE: I'OK GRAZING PALL: AN111PIN'tTat church hove Sunday afternoon night-twenty-four hours a day if you choose.-you can utilize the Ford-

!I Donald Ailkins left for South FlorIda son.
Plant Martin' Ily-Test Seed for
he will the
Sunday where spend
(iood) Kt'sults Rape is one of tho most Important
Only Fordsons
winter so many are allotted this territory. Orders are being
full and! winter for the entire
linden anti Field) Seed for Fall' crops Gerald Adkins visitor to
WiltS filled in
a -first first served.
i It! sequence come Let have
state. To get best results from us yours now.
inp. Seed Oats, Rye, Uar- I : Lake Butler Sunday
seedbed should be well prepared
Icy, Millet. New crop Turnips, the Stafford Crews, of Gainesville, attended I There's a practical use for the Fordson
thelast of the
5 and the seed sown not) later than every day year. Let'stell
Cabbage. Egg Plant, : church here Sunday
(" ) limns.I'ens.I'lltnteesand"t'ppt'r'l Onion ) week in September or the firstwl'l.k ; Mrs O. B. Gordon and daughter, you. Come in and have a tractor talk: Give us the chance to makea

Seta! Largest and Oldest Established in October Plantings even later Effie, of Itaiford, were in our burg demonstration on your own farm.
Seed (House in the State. than this will be satisfactory.The i Sunday,
t in 1 Florida does not)
ltF SEND FOR FALL CATALOG! receive rape the attention crop from the farmers Claude Brown, of Jennings, was the
AND HEI I n SPECIAL guest of Mrs.! S. N. Johns, Sunday. The
especially hog grown and! dairymen Ford
Smith Johns attended the big meeting GarageA.
E. A. MARTIN\ SEED ('0., that it demands, ia the opinionof ot Wateroak Sunday :
JACKSON V LLE. FLORIDA'ant State Agent C K Md uRrrle.d .
ry Mr. rand Mrs. Henry Brown, of

Sampson, were guests: of Mr. and Mrs.C. W. & G. Ae Anderson.
f : M McKinney Sunday.II. Proprietors.
!'J ; Yf 0. Rivers was a business visitor .

: y to Raiford Saturday. STARKE FLORIDAbusiness

Grottls Thomas and brother, Den- ,

zil of Worthington, spent the weekend

\ with their sister, Mrs Will Thomas. I L

A slug\ ; was held at the home of Miss dJ)
a'd\Nlllj} Ruby Johns Friday night. ::::::::

tr, C M. McKinney was a business visItor -
f I to Lake Butler Friday. I ,
visitor here Thursday after.
Among those who' attended the sing 'I
Friday' night Mabel and Maud
were ( Larramora Rhoden, of Jacksonville,
UISCARDEDAS Ethan Pierce Crews Joe :' GENERAL
spent Sunday with his father, O. E.
Moody, Everett Renfroe, Gerald, Ad- Rhoden it
DANGEROUS kins, Grafton and Clarence Adkins, !< HAROLD WALL
D, II. Browning was a business\ visItor C.
c. Roy Ray, Ruby Johns, Rose Johns, to Jacksonville\ Saturday.

\" Wesley Johns.John I Mrs Walter Valencia, of Jacksonville
: Calomel salivates: It's mercury. Calomel Parrish, of Dukes, was in this was a week-end guest of her- STARKE, FLORIDA

,' ; i acts like dynamite on a sluggish liver. When section\ Sunday. I parents, Mr. and \Mrs. D. B. Brown FIRE LIFE
\ rl't'neIoody! of New River, was a
If, ',' calomel comes into contact with sour bile It visitor here Sunday ing.Mrs.

crashes into it, causing cramping and nausea. .. I Lizzie Highsmith and chil- ,
WOODLAWNWoodUwn : dren, of Jacksonville, spent the week -
! I[ here, guest of her sister, Mrs. T. C.

r. fr. Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead 1 1If Ir Sept.-24.-Mr. and 1.11'11.1' Williams. R. O. PAINTER> PEnTlT IZIn COMP ANYI
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Misses Debbie and Beatrice Phillips ;JACESONVILLE
, Arthur Crews of Miami, you feel bilious, headacby, contlpaUd and without making you tick, ;you Mrs. Crews' parents, Mr. and Mrs D. attended the Melvln-Roberson COMPLETE:: numuzransFBUTILIZKU

and all knocked out, just go just go back and get your money.If B. Browning, wedding\ in the Wateroak section Sun- UATERL4.LSI

I to druggist and got a bottle orDodaon's you take calomel today you'll i Mrs, E. J. Hill! and daughter Louise i j day night. IIPaATEBS
your Tone for a few cents, b. sick and nauseated tomorrow) bee spent the weekend in Jacksonville the j Mrs Frank Crawford, of Jacksonville INSECTICIDES .
.M.., it may salivate you, while if guest of her daughter, Mrs. R, II. >: was a week-end guest of her ,,"rlc.f.r 1.._. ....... I-OOX.TMT tacrvu!
I i which la a harmless vegetable ubstitut you take Hudson's Liver Tone ;you 1 Green. daughter, !Mrs. T C. Williams. u.c.. !foe 6. _....'-...... -alwar. ..IL.w46 Q.eau

for dangerous calomel. Take will wake up feeling great, full 'Qf Mrs Knight, of Williston, spent The work on our new school build

a spoonful and if it dowmt startjour ambition and ready for work or play last week here the guest of her aunt, ing commenced Monday\ and the patrons J. N. Norman returned to Plant City companied as far .WJldwood, b) fci5

U>er and straighten you up It h harmless, pleasant nod safe H Mrs E. J. Hill are hoping it will be ready for Saturday after visiting relatives her '' daughter Mildred, who will vUlt: t '

1w and quicker than nasty calomel give to children t they like it. Curti. Melvin, of Plant City, was a school by the first of October. for the past two weeks. II. was ac-J' aunt, Mri. Iludaon _


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-- n. u August 1. 1920 _______,__ 87.(4 H of NW% A WH of 8W14 A SEU .I

Should .. duringmonth ____ Lola 1. t. aub-dlv. 10. Tp. 5. iO o 28. Tp. 8. 21 Eaat. aas.sssd I COMMISSIONERS SALE District No. Ten. .
Wo. Ba
Warranta l Issued __ __ _ S. &I f R
4to **M Unann.Certlfieat Hereby given that the undersigned Illitrlrt No. Eleven.Iii .
Balanc 8 it. 1. 1920 ..... .l lJDk. note 1 i
I..hllte. __
.hould to trade borse.i1th | _____ '
We -- by virtue
e lll.trlrt N.. 8.81 I cril.t No 2 embrace NW'4 of S No. 120 ob. L of .rt.ln fn.1 decree of parti testimony whereof. I h*.. hereunto let )

8 IIInn who nmkee liii liviD!; thatJAClAL l.ln.August 1. 1920 .u_...______ Wt. 0. 88 In Cor.. be*. 1$. T. 6. 8 Blk 14. Irmiilca .Add to Stark. -1 In tion and m.'and intend Circuit Cr my hand and atTUtxl the Great seal of th* j. '.
R. acre*. uwewd avld known.Certtncat. County Florida, In Htato of riorlila.
IP8.a at
', III ,,,I,... month ... Cll. l.d.r the
"'11)) \ Warrants. du.ln. ___...._ _.._ Certificate No. Kl embrace* 8WU of JE No. 128 .b. one lot In eery, on th d. of Augn.1. A. 1). 1W20, Ibis tli. twenty-fourth day of August C.rltl
___ .
____ B8 fiO *
of NW of N pounded E by In favor of W. E. Kainry. Mary 1990.
TATEMFNTCOIJNTY II'HOOL U.I.n.8o't. DistrIct. 1920 __iso.________ 18.0' 4W of NEVi NE'N\NIS A 8*4 of l.r.. Mitchell' A Mn. .Ed..I. I by by .n. Ralney.. ionnle. Ward,01 1.11.Thm.W.r. 01,. H. CLAY CRAWFORD (

August I 8W' ol NWl 4 of ( Irdw" St.. A N A. U Alvare*'* Parrlah, I..rl. Crommrr. J. Fd.ln (US.) of SUt, .,
nal.n. 1. 1920 NW\ S..r
__ I.nd
11..1 Ri-eeliita _.__ 60.41 a NE' of 8WI4 ..10 A In BW Tp 6, 8. EeJt **e**<. Sapp, p. Marie Sapp and lo W. J. EPPERSOM.Rherlff 1
utrInmd.mts during R '
.n" .t..ntor month _____ ... 1 I
C. sKi of ". J. .
r In NE Will. minor. ky T. ". h... next Kradford
.. II. County.lwt0.2
I ""S' school lundo for the 1IIonili 01A Warrant issued __ __ _ _.._ IS. Tp. 1. 8.'R.'loI J. II. Johnton. Rmroe lr.nd 1
N Wllll
: J .
mil rmbra iota l
I"L Grn..1 IIrbonl ron S Ilalanco Sefit. 1.lll.trlrt 1920 _______...... l.n Unknown.Certificate. Horn. :Ii(.r.I..t. ... City. e* Unknown.Certlflrile 8. 8. of roth Johnson, and Wllmrr Joh.n.. .minor*, .

N*. 26 ?2o. 80 embrace Lota No 1411 of N by J. H. Juhmnn. their next friend onmpl.ln..n. SPECIAL MABTER-B SATE '
10..1 1. 1920 ________1168.81lI..oh' Balance August 1. 1920 .mbr. NW"
"Iunco" during month .______ 875.00W.rrRnt ReOeipta during __-____.TT-.m.__ 18..8 Blk New 4 Lai.In 1.Klnnt. Add t Lake Butler or Wl, A E'': "I SW" 8. 1. T S. R. I- and against Nannl El. Balney. (wlowl.) R. 1.t. U hereby given trial under and I.. '
_______ Warrant "ol'____ Hul. $0. 1. B. 21 Kant. 120 ., au l'n. .,0 final ileeree made the
to.uod ------- --__ & .u. _______ 71.10 E ajwfwed T. 1 2 I Certificate ,. and B viru. it SOth day ,
OerdrsftpnIsncI ""pt I. 1920 ___.___________ 11116.82Itl.Ind llalanca "I't 10 2i( __ __ __ _... 1H6.D8 .C'rll.t"! \ ". tl embrace Com It* I Sec. X. Tp. Kit 7. g U4 embr.ce.IS s'Jk.SW. I lb. undrmtgncd a* ('.mm..I.n.Th.m.. t'I.nd. Auilint.. Judtre lllf"of. by the Honorable R. .A. Tlirah.rr .
No. I Hl.lrict N r R E.t . the Circuit and for
27 N and C.ur
of Blk In town emd Unknown.Certificate at th. front door of the cnurihoas
August 1. 1_ == =::: r.68II. Balance August 1. 1920 _, ____x 102.8V 1.iike Butler I .ri..1 In .1 County, n.dro" County Florida. that certain I
N No Florida
-- : Receipt run W 10* I ITS embrace NEU of N .II.rh. h.dr.r P. C. Klnlaw and f
.... h.1a during. month ________ durlnamonth _r-,_-__ 64 ft. K: n* ft ft. en. go.I W% E 01 Ry. t. Tp. 8. 8. tt East thi 1"1..1 al* on Monday' .orl".1 .. .In T. R. j
issued .__. s fiartner under the name of I>. C,
issued .___ Wa.r.n. ____ 68.00 6. B. R :6 T'1 R day uf Octol U. l.ndl.
warrants ------ __ 1i8.aO E.. a A. Draper. 40 acre 1'. >er. A. 1920. to- the .
Usds.nCS Srl't. ll0----________ 277.18Oalanb. Sept. I.lUatrlrt 1920 ________?..__ 811.8 ..rlf..t No. : Al NEVi of Certificate. ." 178 .Cuthn. NGVi of N and lost l.ldik-r for rah In hand, the follow. 4..h W.w :|"and,. ,romt'ln Mann nanU and da. i

UI.lnrt !Ioo. 1 R.I.n.August k 1920 s.,. In__ 188.KB NW A. .. iS'. 17. Tp. B. F'4. S. 8. Tl 8. S, R I East 40 acre, In log d..I.1 real. estate' .10.1" and l llng M.n.o: rTr for ant nal.
August 1. 1920 __________ 20.44Jteeeipts VHM-U| .u. 8 H. 21 E., 5 acre. Florence >d N. P. Caulhcn. County. towi i before t bonne .
-- | during month ._ _ _.- _--, Cobb.Certlflr.r. a Ni The South' Half of h. d..r Jit Stark, 051lla .
during month n________ W..I., |issued ______ ._...._... 80.1)0) .rll..t 177 embrace E14 of NI and the t. Qu.r. between the lerat boom of I
W.r..nto issued ------_____________ an.oo 1.I.tC Sept. 1. 1920 __T.__________. ero. VI .embrace TV. of W>4 of NW. f\ of Fl. of SWft. B ter of N.rt. Half .r th Southeast Q..r. day October 4lh. 1020. to 4h* 11'h't and
Overdraft So'I.t. 1. 3920itaisnee ______.n___ 11.88 District No. 108.f6 < f \E\ E% of NE44 of SEV. S. It. Tp. K. 8. R. :: ruat 60 acre, ajweaiwd I'D. leT of fh.I Ten; and Southwnt Quar lieMt bidder for daub, the \
Northwest folo.ln.
I Tn 22 E. 60 Unknown known.Crrtiflrate Quarter and the North. I .
Ol.trirt No. 1 Balance) August 1. 1920 198.12 I R aura went lanil* In County _wit :
QuasH I..dor .
August 1. 1920 ________ 81.2. llcceiiita --T. N. 17R embrace 8 1-8 of R of th* Southwest Quarter of SiMitbeant
during month ,. Section 1"lonln. corner of
1tre.Ipte during mnnlh __________..__ \arranl issued .hn__T.r____-__ 6800 ('...111.1. No. 98 .embrace. Wtfc ot VW 4 8-4 of PKH: .f NEI A EV4 of WVi of Nineteen Elevn., all In Township 1.o. Hang "nrlhw.t "."th of Southeast Quarter of I'"I"'j
Issued __________ llalane of SWH of NE14. Sr. Tp. 8. 8. R. IS containing two hu.d. forty See 7. 1. R. H :
111.18Ov.rdr.f. Ill
Wsrrants ------- f'I't I. 1920 -------_--.?- 14. s. 12. Tp. 6, 8. K. 22 E.. 20acre's 130 aer.. assessed ITnknown. :t .. more or li<**. To.n.h. K.. and run HH
So'pt. I. 1920) __________--: 108.a District No. e.August 0 Unknown I'nln i A. S. I I d.-.. W.. 1J2R feet to SW corner :
nl.tnr N.. Balance 1. 1920 _____ R4.4B Certificate No. 113 embrace I."in 1. t or .Hlf..I. shall! h. redeemed I C. (III! Niirthwent Quarter .. ,, ,, Quarter

Iatanre August. ._____ 198.02 .-_....... During_ ._ _manic_ .. ________ 1PI.- f' .Sulk... *->.. IH.. I .lulH0M. ..*."M. l-'..tlll.... r-..'*- .rln. to d.I..."r t.e. will A Tu issue.o'O thereon W. V.E. DAVIS.A. . then.. turning an angle of .9f Hcfrreea
Vtre.ptl) during. month -h______ \\.r.nt. Issued __ ____n____ ____ .uh die of NEt. of XEti, Sea. :8. Tp. .. 8. Witnr. '; and 4O raIn. to the r',1' saul ",n.'"" N oartuirnf
Warrants issued -----______________ S8 1.lane 8e"t 1. 1920 ___,___._______ 8..8 R. 22 F.. .. Clifford Jobnuon.Certificate tlie lllh** my Df.m.r.i'lficgl. l nlBiiature P n---', thla I 7.. ADKINS. (onml..lnn.. 12 mln. R 1 r.t to the N.rht
1.I.n.. j'rt. 1. 1920 ------___--__18..S2 II.trM No. 81 IK .embrace 1.1. I. 4 fHlk day A. 1"SO. Solicitor for Complainants corner of Northwest !1.r.r of ..I..t
OI.tnM N. I ) ________ 89.18 411 In LMnmrinn. Truby Co'i sub dlvof Clerk Circuit Court. W. T. WEEK Coiintv. 9-1-61-10-1 Qo.r.r. lion.liarnu.,* .n ,1.of HA ..

II.lnn.August I. 1920 .______ 222.87 1..h..* month ..-.?_?_. NEU of NJ'. See 211, Tp.. 6. S. R. 2 ida. nr.Mur Flor ( mln. to the rlrbt and run N 115( .*
Receipts during month ___ ___ I..uo nu_. -_......._ E.. apueMen! Brown. By C. A. ''IF'L) ORDER FOR PUBLICATION vreea and US mln. F.. 13118 feet to the 'North

Warrants Issued ____n__.___._______ M.OO n.lln" S"t. 1920 ___________ 89.78 .r flcl No 117 embrace Lot. I of Blk INIIT. In I.ul "ur. Slat of FlorIda. Eighth cant corner of Northwest Quarter of South'
11.I.n.. S.I't I. 920 ---________ 11)2.87 "'I.tmb. 3d. 1820. 41 Trilby A Co' .nb die of -1-8t-lo1 11.u'S' (Clerk. Ju"I.I.1 CI.ull ... County In Chan eat 1 I.r.r. tbenoa turnIng an ancrl of nfl
iiIatrIet N. 8 BRADFORD (OUNT. NEV .f NE'4. 2$ Tp. 8. 8. R. I E.. cery.Margvt. <1ea-ree 40 mln. t th* rlyht runnIng 8
n.t.n.August 1. 1920 -_________ 218.SI STATE OF assessed Jamc* .t kl I OHItni rOK PI'IU.ICATIOV' William. 00 d. and II W. IHra feel In the

du.I. month .__________ I hereby certify that .4hv foregoing .tt. ('..rlf.l. embrace Ll 8 of Wk4S In Circuit Cou..t. flt.le of Florida Eighth l'.ml.I.I..nt t..lnl of beginning and containing 4* and
I..h'l. mont of the Receipt nb die of 4-10 rn" or In**. .
issued ---_____________ 80.15 and Pi.huno"nl t'I".n TrlS' Judicial Circuit. )Bradford { "r. .
S."t. 1. 1920 ___0 __________ 187. the d of Bradford for m.nlb NE'... .f 8e Tp. 8. S. K. I E.. to- County In Chan.Verdella W. P. Willlanu. A 1). E. : .
1.I.n. District No 7 1 of ""u.l 1920 la trim and correct to a..e.iicd Julius Butler. Pow II. I. (JEWI. r't't.r. f

flalanCi August 1. 1920 .___________ l8.ii5..rripts best of knowledge and belli'f. t. (.rll..I. No. 127 embrace Lot R. it. 11)of Complainant J Tt Vy nfond.nt. the f.I.I' Complainant.' I '
___ .:. R \Vvnn' Add to Starts araeunJ .I..rln. .I".vlt apitenrted -
d.r" month _______ I'O'I'ELL I Ik bill .101. ram. that W. p.
Warrants issued __________.___ ____ 81.00 ButH'rIntcndi'nt .r In.lro.ton. ; 8. 1. Spencer, B. A. Powell William., the defendant therein named I I. a fpEf'IU. MASTERS RAI E :
Silence Ipl't I. 1920 ________n_ 188.1 I '(.rln..I. No. 167 embrace BWU of N Defendant.) nun-reatdi'nt of Ih. St.t* ol and Notice I hr-rvby given miffcr and "'. '":1'
CI.F.KK'S RFPOKTStarker K Tp. 7. R. 21 Kant. 40 t'l.rd. .
District N. 8 I. I. a reeldent of the Town of In virtue of final dcrrc* made on lbs 11th flavor
1.I.n.. 'u"ua 1. 1020 ___________ Fla.. Sept. 1. 19SO. Unknown.Certificate It filed appearing t>y affulavtt: appended to the State of and 1 t. over tlieag, of twen.ty.oie A """.t. A. P. lt 20. by the llonorabl B.
month _.___0_______ 28.1 Report of tho clerk of the Circuit C"Ur in No. 1T1 embrace W' nf IW' bill In the ii.iwni''latmI I ratine that B. A. ycLes O.I. ordered that ...Idn.n..ld..nt A. Thrash .... .ItulK of tha Clreult Court In I'
Warrants. Issued ___________________ and for Bradford ..un' FI.r.. on accountcf I See. 2. Tn 7. R R. 2 Kat .0. 1'0.11 the dcfimlant therein named. I I. a. d..f' J. Ibo.'o.and 1. hereby re and for Rristfw'd"d.tstiy. Flnrlila. that
S."l I. 31)20 ____________u__ 60.01 Taxe assessed for the : limed M. M. CriSis.lYnless .Id..t of the .* of Florida, .nd conceal ciulred to appear to the bill of filed, certain ..,*. wherein J. O Jone* In. om- '
himself complaint
1.lun. 188.1 B. M. bOWl INn.I. nalil hull hu reneemednecordlnfr ao that omreMi of aubiKM'na' cannnt .
District N. 1)Italanee e.rUI.I. In said anil N. W .
I cause on or liefor* Monday the Ill t.l.h"I. Matty Home. N. J
August I. _.. to . I.. d..d t IMIM* thereonon Ii* served upon hint and I. over the age of of I II. IVnmark Maml .rn. '
192.0 ____ CI .I riny October A. P. 11)20. nthrrwb the a)- I".nm.rk. ('ll.. Hank 'j
88.7 the Iftb day of October. 3). 1920. twenty-oni yc it hi ordered that
_______ County th..r. of Italford, .
Proper of
luvetpui aurinw moran __ I."atlo. .Id hill will lie taken ?,. a corporation.' W. Andrew
a con .
W.rn" Issued __._.-_._...______ AIIR 1. to bat due ___--...__...___S74B.88 Witne' ,.. my officIal .plvnrture and *ral thta aid non-rvident defendant l>e and la hereby, eil by said ,, and TCva 1.. Andrew ,defendant, the tin* "
___ 60.11 anit collected ._. ___ the lllh dny of A. T> 120. I required to apliear, to the bill of complaint I ,dcmla-nrd will .. ,I It
Balance Srt. 1. 1920 _.. .. .____ ) in said .. I I I. lurh. ordered that this order lie offer for. .1. liefor the court
District No. 10Pilanc. S8.7 WEEKS Ilo' cam on or befor Monday, I. work for four p.b house door at between the

August 1. 1920 ._.-_. Sept. 1. to bal due _--_________--_.__874B.8R Clerk Circuit .lr. Bradford Court. '10. allegation day of of October.said A. D. 19211, olhrrwln I.h.,. Ur.dro.d. {.lnt."'..I .n'.oll.,r..b a n._.,... legal, hiuir of .NI.rk..1. on Mon.F""rll.. 01.10' ..h.
Receipts d.rln. month ..u____-____. 199.1 Kind and llrldire lllntrirt No. IAug. Id. ''' 1)( ..Id bill .1 lie taken a* tier publlnhiil In County and Slat. '/ I., t bal due _____.._.. ..____ BT A. by di fcmlant.t
; nuu..__.__.... 42.00 1. to .2188.82 C. KNIH.:11SI.108 This August 00. 1 the following d..nlh..1 u.'r.rll
W.rrnl.. >-pt. 1. IW" _____________._187.72 ) amt collected ......._....._.__ T'lulS' ) rU. la furh.. ord..d that this .rd... b U21.W.. T. WEEKS t'oiinly ti>-. | .r.
District No. U published once work for four eonaccntU. ( ) Clerk I Circuit Court. at the RoutheMMt corner of flee.

Balance August 1. 1920 ..__.._____ 121.0Kicelpt S"I't 1. to bnl due n___.___,---....J186S2 NOTICE OP APPI ICATIO r-OTf .51T T'FED3INh'Fll .k In tho Bradford County Telegraph a S..I lIp C. A. t N!IT. I II. t. R. Rve. 2 If.. and runY
) during month .............. Bond and llrldce lllntrirt N*. SAUK. : SECTION 570 THE nevrapaiier, uhlinhcd In old county and *tat*. '"' alon alil PC.. lln. fit eh.lna : .. .
W.r..n" Issued _____._______ _____ 80.00 1. to hal due _________________ 784.28By J.KSFKAI. 1 Tbla 1'phn.l.r. 11 IBl'O. E M JOHNS. 0'111 ( chain and II I link, at a variation of 2fl Hi. '
? amt collected __ ..____.. ._. lTATVTEI W. T. WEEKS. Solicitor vrae W of N to the A. C, U
Ilnlnnce Sept. 1. 1920 .--_._._..._--_ 81.09 -- ?- nntien IM f! Kn'rht. for Complainant. 9't-BI-lO-l right of way I
District No. IS .I..n ((10.1) CI.rl Clrcn.t, Court th..n.. 1..1.1. alonaalil r lit nf way lit
1. bal, due __ ___.___ 784.ISMdii purahaier of too ..1. eert.fleaten; nlml..d By KNIOIIT.' rbaln. line thou,.. .
_ rungs
Balance August 1. 1H20 ___....___ So'I't t % lHTtivlr K. 28. 41. 70, )I. 1151. 111. 11Hnil Nrrice ; aliinir rfiald ranire
Receipt during month ___..______ 832.a \ .. Pension Ill.utS' Clerk. line R 17 chain to place of Itefrlnnlna. belna;
_______.__.___ 209 Imiii-d liy the Tat Collector. of Bradford A. 7.. ADKINS. In the Circuit ( Bradford County Flor In the : :
but South
W.rr.n. Issued] ____._______..____u_ 80.00nal.n. AUK. 1. to iluii 88.9 Florida Said being ida, In Chancery.CITY .Ut' half of Soittliiat Quartor, of
__ ._. ._.._ (0111. .rlf..I. Solicitor for Complainant. 9-8-M-10.I Sec. IT 5, 8. ,, .
.. 1. 1920) ._____ __ bmt collected -- Rio 211 conlnmln
&I't' District nn 282.8 ) ,),,ted Jul. 1017 and .. f..d .Id rertlflcale OF LAKE" Bl TIER a i i it T. .. .I
No. IS i.
Sept. 1 bal Hue .................. In office and .. .11.- v .
A. 7
Balance August 1. 1920 ________.____ 11.18 t 88.8 lion fur tax died to IMUO In NOTICE OF USAL l'I"llnll STATE OF FLORIDA.To A, R. APK1NR.
during month ... ....___.. County School Sixty after date ,. .. CREWR. Special, M.. .
I..ol"t ? lu". dnl the and CHIx'ti of the City of .
I .rrnla Issued .___._ nn____ Aim. 1. to bal due ___________-___176.S0 SaM respectively embrace the 'irned. Atlminlntrator .of the mtato.of l.nke T..I'.S. SolicItor fur Complainant. l.a... IIIII

IlHlunco Sept. 1. 1920 _____.....__ ._ 11.08 By amt collected -.___. o ..... . ,.rtn..t." Ir.Mnrd County, hardy Nrv.nom, doe'as.t. will 1'.1 my You Ih.l.r.. takem lice, that en Hie 27th -- ---

Platelet N. !.' <*iied at .I issuance of suchc.rtiflrutrs voucher and tlnnl arcount to the Hon. (len. of Seplemlier, A. I tn ..,.. .I, 0.COMPLAINT
D.tan.August 1. 1920 ..___....._0 866.09 S."t 1. to hal due _--_ __.____-.7478.BO In h.t: :. .tI r.'sporthvely herein1after I A. C.ardlner. Cnunty, Judge of "r.dor County of 101..1.,\, 10UI..I. Slate Gnlnenvllle.fif at In (1.,1 ('. of Florida.

; Receipt during monthltnrrants ._........._ Sub-Srhnol Bund_ t. 1111. vet r.rh. to-wlt : Florida and ask to l. ..... *",'h two n' h.k P M., the FI.rlt.n. A. 1..1'1' Circuit. Brad
____ .
bal due _. 124800 r .
Issued] ... .____ 64.80 Au. 1. ---- -- C". B 8WI4 "f NW'4 AdmlnlvtrntorThl I"nor.hl. In Chancery,
uu-- ? ? N. .mbr. Thranber. Jmlir ol 4ald renulred (.n.
Balanco S."t 1. 1920 .____.__________ 801.711 ) amt ooi..d __n___________ j A Ni.'rtt..I"SW" Sift._ 14..Tp,_ 8..1. K. 1ftEiift. : th* 27th day of "u.u.I..1921. to show cam.. If any On"t.VIMI.have. *why J. C. Adklna (.mpl.ln.nt.

mon. Ne Ii ___ : IM .r. aimeucd M. J. Nlt. NJWfO the bond. In th. um if Thirty .Thm.t .
Balance August ..... ... Supt. 1. to bat due --_ ______ 1246.00Tula of Admlnlntralnr of .. Tfcil. Alexander,
1. ... 2.88 Certlflfnt No. 25 embrace F.I.I. of l.rdv tore. 1n he iMilled, by saId City of John Graham J.m.
Receipt during month _..._____. __ ) Sub T. fickle.2nd '{I .1..0 . I (iale Samuel
of Lot I W14 of Lot 1 In ,, nut 'allHnti.d and ". C. I..n. J, l>, ,
Warranta 1..0 _______0___________ 80.00Overdraft ... 1. to bal due ___ -_______ _--1981.99 I..k.l ssseca.d F.. M. Car- 8-2-lt-Io-2 IN .1..1 b I have 'nlr J. R. Karl. J. (7. 4
1. 1920 ______________ 27.82fiistrlrt amt onlot.d ..___.........__.... vor. A..I lut'r. NOTIC5 -rl'ATI': ; MIK TAX IIFri) WITFRf. WIIIFfF.seal thl b..lntn"I..d Ih* 81.1 Fd,.. T. W. Pitta. John R. ".rl.
No. No 41 .embrace V% of OP day of m.Augil.t. A. P. 1920 .. Chan, ItoWrt. W. R l Ian.
Balance Au.ul 1. 1920 ____.u________ 12.2 Sept. 1. to bnl due ___--ono ___ 188118f"oM.I of(fF\.lf'AI.: NKM EI of Wi.4 .f F'i iF\FIIAI. STATUTES TiE W. T. and Frncl I. McCall l>rf.'nil-

R..lits during month -_..n__-.._._ to Bond bo! *du 11.ld.o__ Bond___ _District_______ of tE" A 11.(&, of N> SWVi of 1W\ Ileri'by notice 1. ylven that A. f. of the (1..1, t ..ur In WFFKf.CI.rk ant. ,
\: . Issued n________.-______ 80.n Au. _____ ________2179.2 I of fl ', of SWli A WU. of f1. i of tax set,. rertlftrate : ford (oln ", 11Ir.. U appearing-' sworn bill fl..d lbs .. I' '
lS' .ml e.l.t.d 0 \, of .' SW% W'1."v.l" 'IH4. fit fSeaK C A. KNIfiHT. eaune that the renldnnce of ahnv named
Balance Sopt. 1. 1920) _n__ -________ IW'NE'I IFV / US 7. 04, I 12o. 141. ,
12.2 '/ A of NE'. ,1 17 I I in.. IN;. 1112. I".. B.n.nt-io.i Deputy clerk I iifa'nlanl.. and each of them 'la unknown !
IHntrlrt No. 17Bnlnnce S.-pi. 1. to bnl due __________ IV. ion. Km. I I
.. and .
each of ,
0021879.2 IS.. Tp. B. S. R. 22 K.. 100) 207. ami 212 Issued the I Ir.r them the aire of wentVMitte
August 1, 1920 ______._____n 80.88 Bridge Bund .0. 2'1. by Tnx Collector .. 1.lnl
1lv.eipii during month ..........____ A UK.1".I.t. to ll..d d"o. __ .flonrl__ _____ .. .d ITnknown.Cerlinrnte Bradford County. 1'lnrlila Said rertlfl- TOWN TAX N"\ .! It lr.r.. ordered ti.tsai.l
W.rr.nI Issued ._ ._ .____--______-- 80.00 By amt ___.___.*_..-.5881.1 No 70 .mb.' WH of NF. I rt 1H4. bi-hiir tinted) th, 2nd dny of July, A. Notice I. " given 1.1 following " and of them lie and
-- of r-f
of NPi NI / A N' they Mre
1. 1920) ._ .nl..t.d NW'l and HIS. N7. 114. l"n di..crlbcd InmlH will lie sold public auction required' 1n apiiear to Ii
D.I.n. .68 111. .tl..I. t
-- -- -- -- 8. Bill .
of 17, Tp. 8. 8. R n E. *0 1 on Ihe first of 11)20. II I:1 filed In nlil 1 cau.n on or a
1*7 :
lOll Monday
District No. 18 1. to but due _--____ ______ .8861.18 .. NEV.emied W. William Inf. 192. b.ln.; fuee no' Nth
s"t. 191. 207 and 212 the 4th slay of dug of Novemlier. ?
Overdraft August 1. 11120 .....__.____ 84.08 W. T. WEEKS, I. 111 I.ln. dated the .0 ot'
Roe. Certlfirnte SI embrace at NW I dny of Auriint A. D filed cotinty of flint or sooch ,11..1.. allivatlona of said bill of om-
Ipta durinir month _nn________ Seal) Clerk Circuit I ":: IIIM. linn I..U..I. F'I.rln. .
Warrnnta 1..0 __._ ___ ________ 8600 By A. KNIQIIT.1Vi .ur. Coy, of SVV'i/ run G 808 yiln.of I linn dlv the ad( o..rlll'"'' In my .,llr.) and lois mail Ih..f wil I. n..o .. theamount t.I..t b luki'ii a* costfcs.ed by said . -o
of .
C N' / S j f'e. 21. to a pt I. < isO deed due for herein sat npiMmtt, the f'
1, 1920 __._ _. ClomP ni n .
Overd..r n 70.18 ,
DUtrlct Vn. I I I law The said .II. I .nine, together with tl Coat of soil *.1. anda'ivertleio. 1"'b
1 W 440 RAO yd pt of b. : .: : once week for
ic a
1.1..1 ',
ely the following
August _____ ,0. I
Ral.n. 1. 1920) ___ 9.8S ..
> Receipts durlnamonth -____..-.__..__ NOTICE OF ApP FOR TAX flEEt Seo Iff. "". II. R. I I Rait. HO acre. .. I Inl ford Coun'y, IDrd. ..'.*.d the dnt. Com at I Cor of the NFVJ of RWM and ..k. the Bradford County Tvliwrafih, aneWoJaler

Warrants lulled ._________ ____ 2S.OO UMIFH : a75) fP TUB C, A. Mrl.ond.Certiflats . toe inniianee ..rlr.l", In the nnme run W 7 chaIns, R In right, of way of pnhll.hed In alil mmnty and *lal*. .
No. 11. embrace NH'4' nf SKH i iof 1 Till" loth day of August A. II, II"'".
8TATUTF8Ilcrrby Hnectity A. I. llv thence ailing pnld of ,
f.FN'FRAI. right
Overdraft act
Sept 1. IMO __ __ __ 16.18 I.'h..r forth r
n SW'S. M. Tn 8. 8. 22 10 W. T. ,
ni.lrlct No. E. Knight. : I. F..1 t way to E line of of :'4. th.n.* WI.JII.
20 notice l I. given that W. twl 1t.
Balnnc Auo-uat n... assessed .7. B Rhoden. ,i iCertillrale ( lit. virmrave. Quartorn' N along ald line of in.". Sen 18. 11..n Clnrk (1.,1 ("
1. 11120) -0 ___ 187.88 niirrhiini of tax ..) ccrllflcnlinumbered No. HI .* Tot 8. IllkIt. .rtl..t J. I By O .A. '
1..I.t. ""rln. month ._____________ ..llvi.y| 18. BO. 21. BO. 81. 85. HI. El. , l.lvlnmton. Trnliy.mbr.A Co'a Add toStnrhe : ,' f.*. I 17. 'Ill 7. I. ll! E.. Tp B. R V E.. 7 A -Owner, E Kite' ) | KNIIT.,. .
n ......, lave* and .. -1.lnt.IR.
. and 178 ,tomicdbv 4" a n It I"I''S'
W.rrn. t.u< .nn--_ 8900 112. 116 117 till 127. 167 . >.iied Owen GarEner.C.rtiflalo : '' 1. Jnn. .41.
Countyt"inridn (".'rtlflcate No M embrace Lot |In Wood. W 14 A nf Flof ., .nd BWt4 of
In"n.* S."t I 1920 --_ __ 14H.H8 the Tnx of Bradford No 11>1 % of NW 81 "IVt
Ill.trlct No. 21 Maid Cnl".I.r chute August pmh.. IE' Inwn I... IB. Tp B, H. K 22 ,.. 10 acre, nnd fWv. of 8WI4, See 7, TP 8. I. I "nT'-UI VI FTIOl
Bulance 'rll..t.1.11' < i. See 4. Tp. 7. R ". 22 ., 40 acre, I .. .... Herman Shnw. K. Kite, Tnx and' I . ..r lit in. un Auvunt 1. 1B20 _un_______. H5. 8 I Bth. IU'8.l and certlflcnttIn annexed S. S. Chandler. 1. Ownr. F WnJIJAA. ".
Rncelpln, during month ____ ___. my "trice nnd "In. nun.) apiillrntlon for ladeed > of I IC'ertiflrati C.rllr.l. Nn HB embrace* W Half of SB Cools. "VII.05.N'4 ,. 'o..I'nlnn Of HUB. rf t Ht at. ort"nrl.
No <'ltt SW'4
Warrant, 0 : I RR Quarter. Mm,. B, Tp. 31. of NWV, and P"j of NWt; ., IIMIH one Joint Ititjoluttim rv.
t' ; t'
Innuol) B2.BO I issue In with : I InjtfievMed Q..h.r .f f
Balance Sept. 1. 1020-----:::::::::::::::: KH.2B: I Said...rlll.a.. TcMicctlvcly.rd.n. enibrcith I.w. rty. See T'aul 27. Tn. S. R.rF.. ItO .. I 22 F. 20 acre ......d S'la' l.uplon.Certificate R Acre I In NE (' R,'o. 1*. Tp 8. It :rlr. '..In. an amrndtnnt (n tli,. Cotmt.tutfon. of

Pl.trlct No. 22ilnlnnce following Bradford County. Florida I Nn 87 enihraite* BH Quarter .f 07 A. Owner, .F. Kit.. Taxii* .nd th. f..I.of P'lnrUln. and th,. ..m.wa .
I..d. ITnlefl Hld I rin.a. r'm"d I Inecnrillnr ..1
August ]. 1020 _ ______ 18484 .. at the unto of the issuance. of *uch ,1.1 NW Quarter S-c. 6. Tp B, 8. It. 22 F.. 40) .,.l*. <2I .7B. In l jr vol t>f thrtMi-flrtli,. nf nil th. n.m.
nn . .0 to t. wi I..'. thereon j I .,.. Beg at NWI',; ..? NE' of NF.Iand' leap irtiid| tn roflh .. Hint
Receipt during month ____ _____ J .,'.lln..I.) In the nam,. respectively hrrelnnfli on the IKth dny of I). 11120.Wttiinn I ace .. Unknown. 4 run BB78 th* votv on
W'nrrnnt Issued _--__--_...._0..__... r '" set forth to-wlt : aiirnature I anil seil 1 this I CiTtlflcate No l>4 embrace E Half of I feet, B 460 ft. N B7A ft. w 4Ml ft, said, .,,tint Poaolutlon wr .ni
Dal.n.o Sept. I. 11120 __ _n__ Certificate ). 18 .embrace SEW of 11'NW' \ the llth dHS'my of : A. 7) 1R2n. i UnIt of SW Cu.r.. 's.f RF. Quarter See. t. pt. of IH-K.. f.. 18, Tp. It. R HE., r.'spertiv.. iniiriiftlt) with trm v.. arid naystlu'reon

Mntrirt No. 2 194.8 i ,, of NC'i A NEW of NWV4 ." W.. T. WEEKS. |I Tr known 6. I. I. 22 J. 10 A 1' assessed Uni 14 ft A.-nil. Owner F. Kite, 7axa and crate, that I lie,, Nnd saId thi'/Jntnt did lm di'tfrmln..hitl i.n In'and.uhmUtmt dime

----- Clerk_ Circuit C..ur. Bradford County. .!"..i ('( rtlflrate No 120 .mbr...* W of ('o BOD ft N of RW Cor. of NFVi and run tn the ftlnrlnm of lbs ",... Ht .. <)
-- --- - - I lila. : |i iBy I Tllk 4"i In I.lvltmMon TrulY ,'* nub, n.1 lv nf N .I fl. E: 5197 ft. W 411 fl. N 300 ft ;I In N.ivt ..,.>r. J1720

FINANCIAL 8TATEMENNT C. A. 'KNln.I.1. < NF Quarter of NT . See 28. ". 6, of beg. .. 18. T. 8. II 21 E. IAcreeOwncu. NOW TJCIF''OUP.' i. I. rinv, THAWfOlfll -
of the Bonrd of Bond Trtmtee. of Biwclnl, Hoad and Bridge '1.lrlr Number Two Saidford 1-7.rI.IO.] I. '.'2 F. ... JeM Jiibn.nn. J. Q. Peawioh. Taiot and .. ft... |h. Hint- of
County, .,..11. entering period from Octolier IB, 1919 to Jun. 1920. 1'O1I'EflFAt0't; ICATIOV FOR TAX PEEDI'Mlrll C.ln..I. Nu. lit rmbrare SP Quarter .'ffF. cimt .r1n. I''lni Ida, dn h.... give, ., thutfKNKIMI. a
Bolld' I7A OP Rcr. *4. Tp. 6. S. It. 22 E. 40I Com at NF( r of ftnU of HW'i and run : Rt.RCTtON
Receipts Dlnnune't "tTTIO' 1'1.: I I acrin .._. J. B Murrow. R 70 w "I ..1.. to a t.. of beg, will I* held i each cntinif In Florida onTu.tdJnv

Oct. 115) 10111, normwed of .nr.'.A D.I.r Bank .....__________. 61)0.00 ,' Ili
Oct. IB. linn Farmer .D"Ilrr Imk. lot.e.t ___-_________ }1.81 of lax ..Inn ef-rtificate numlierei Ri.uth Half of lot. 9, A R Ifnlf. of Ijit. II 1._ V 70 ydn lo pt of I.. BIT. m, Tn 8. II N", A. I). the.4ld Tuesday >"-
____.__ .1. N I Acre. John W'llllania., 1'2n.
Jo. 3B, 1910. Premium bond J. E. Wilson 1.1 rraiiertKely' 34. 27. 29. BR.i.. 44, 851, ft. I I" A.14en..Tp.7.8. l4.'IOE.. 4H .cni*, E. 0.. Inir the
III. 1911)) J. J. Bl. ekw'ld.r. expense 0 ___ __________________ .I! M. tit. 77. 148. 1"". 107. 120. 12H. 1110. 1411. ,;< s.o.iad J. M. Shaw. Jr. lanes and . Oct. 18 IWIlt. 8. M Duke*. do ________ .--___ _--_ ______________ J 'i'! 1H4, 17?. I'.fl, 177. 111. *. untied by thai I 1 Certificate N" Iflfl embrace SK Quarter of fl. C. 8APP 11i,11r'ONI. or rrj irtlm of the fJnlnt .H
Oct. IB ____ ___.___.____ NE Hm 8. 8. It. Marshal and Collector
10111, J. W. Townsend d. __ nn 8.1o..t. Tax Collector of nradfuril County.' QI.r.r. T. 7. 21 E.. 40ires *n nmnndmonfeIn
_____________ ___ f'lnMt. ,1 lila M. 1..hl.n 1..1.
1. 1111..1 J. Ilnrkw.ld..r. ear hire uuo- ._ ? Said cerlllleatei dated Septemtier 4lh, i .. Pr.t. tho : '" flint' of Horld-
__ __ _______ 7.0" ..Inl Nn H S R
111U. J. A. hire _-- ___ ---- -- I 9t n. and his oertlflcate* In Cirtlfirate U .. n.1 of of FI rr-rinn visa
Nov. 8, 1910. J. ) .. *xnen.e ________________________ .& office I and has made appllnatlon.hl for tax Y Quarter of NW Quarter .NJ quarter of To the 1ITlf'V' Bradford County, nf the A JOINT lOMrriON Prot n.1n.v *n
O. W. Aldermnn. trip to Jnck.onvlllu and for book _________..______ ". tn lnue In accordance with law. d| f.' Uuartar. Ren 111, Tp. 7. It 21 K IO Bint of Ih.r'l 'ii'nlpnoit! to *HtTtli A of Artlnl,* IX of the ,

Nov. B, H. /. Mntthvwa, "rlntn. u_' __--_ -__._.___..__.___ "" Said oertlficate respectIvely embraceth* .,, aMend W A, Maya, Hi' It known.that T. II Cf.AY CRAWFORD. fnmitltjiHnn .f I,. fflMln, uf Florida 1.I.lnl 'I.
Jnn. B, IIn. H. A W. R. D.w Cn. printing voucher ------------------I-.I "2l land In Ilr.drnrd C.lnl. .. 1'1 Ci-rtlflcate Mn 171 embrace II Quarter, ," f..I. of of the Slat of Florida, do to 'I'svistln anI "In.n. .
Jan 8 John boosts ". fnln'ln. of NE Quarter. Rec 17. Tp. 7. R. 21 K.. .. ll. It ( ,
g Adkln Vl.'wivei|
-- . .. the dnte the Iliad aOINKRAL tv the I..yialatsr. of th.
.: 9.: 1910.! llorrowrd of A I-li i :::::::::::::: . In th. .f tMietlvely. herein-. 40 ania.iiied' 1. H. .on. 1.. .I. : fttflt of I.'irii.| l :
}','h. .: : ______ __ M ..m. No. 1 All. .. 14, FI.FTION '
0 .
11)21), Farmer A l.nk. Int.t set forth, to-wlt : .rll..t f Will h* held In Slats nfFlorida 'I htt the fiiliuwlntf nm tiilnnt to Section
March 8. .. and envclnpe ...... i.nx. 1..rl.ul..I" Tp It E., C40 acre, ..*. PaulBni I..rd .01'. A of ArMrU .
1021 H. A W. B. Drew (0. \ N. 24 embrace IxitJi 4 of I I. on T.I. AralMondnv I nf th Conatiistlon! of th*>
("rlfrnl. I ....'ln.

Total Total: receipt :::_:::.---_::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: WO.047BO .nn.1 a.*eeH Unknown.Klnn.,'. Add to Lake. riiltler. (*.rlnr.i.. Nn. 17 embrace. E Half of N lielng In November theSRl'OND .A. I D. IIVI. laid.1Tu..r "imnr'.t. lit U I".rhl.h'*r.l"y .lHlln.r' l t.soil'lmcnil, i h and. mlr fl.

'm.nt' _______ ____________ E NW Quarter of Quarter A tnlttrd .0 .1.1 .
____ _ -unn Cert'flrate Nn. 27 embrace* Lot. 11 N of Q".r Ni DAY OF NOVEMBER In ih .... tf the .t.t .r .d.p
II In T. E. l>rkle'> 2nd Add to I-al-e Hnt- NF Quarter of NW Quarter W Half o For I mted' State Ri>nalor from the Rtnl firm or rrjifttlnn' At the ".t .general !
.00 780.00 Quarter RE Quarter. IB. T... tlun, hcl'l' .fifr, thnt In
aiwniiied ""ll. William iCcrtlflrato IW of Moriila. for >lx yenra from Mnrch 4, 11121. I.r. to miy thnt NMT-I
Onrr.l Road Fond rmhranca RU of NRH R 'it E. 4"1 acre, assessed Paul llro. v. Blx 'fit 1 lresll.nii.l lion f of .,* I of tli> ronKtltutlnn of the
a Receipt Dlbiir.e't* Sen n< Tn. H. ". R. 20 Fat BO a*> Corttftrato >. 1U2 embrace All. Sea,. 2. lop one Tteprenentatlve of 11.'n. C mgniMlnnal H.Htc of Florida| I,* .m.nrltd .d
"' "rl B. 1920 Received of B. M. Howling, tax collector ._________... 3.42190 eaneil) Unknown.Certificate . Tp 1". 7. 8. It. 211 K., 841 ..r. l Dletrlrt of the Slate' uf I.nd II.r""''.. In follow t M. t .

it. 11)20 Received of B. M. Dowllng, tax collector _____.______. 5:17.22Mug : N,,. f omlr.e. Com tiro. the Rlxtyevrnth C'ongr: *'** of United Soisin i nTh. Legislature. .hal) hv pnw
8. 1D2U. Received of B. M fowling, lax collector ?..__________ JJ.IJ Cor of NE'/4 of 8. II NP.. errtnr.l. 11.,. 108 embraee All, $ee. 24 Htnte. o rr tn pro*Id* for iMmitnir 1'.1. tM.nil. only
June 4, JI..O" Received of B. M. Dueling, tax collector _________ 8 ft to Sty rich of . thence.o 'V mnnv T. I. I. 2 E.. 840 Acme, .e.ned Paul For Onvernor of the Btte of Florida.For I for lbs t'lirnxMio' of rwtfrMlnr Hl'.. o. nun-

.n. B, 1020 H A. Conner road work _--______--........__..-_____ 2.M said riyht, of way 14 elm, to a iiior Hncrilnry of Rial of Hi. Btate of ..... IfiHurmctliin. or 'u the purtwM of
Feb. 7. 1920. Richard A Dowllng. lumber ___0 _________?______.___ .10 Iw*. thenr N 8 2 f 210 ft.thence (.rile.t. No. 1>4 embrace* All. See. 25.Tp Florida.' ..d..lnl or wfuoiHntf .Mind nlrt> ly I..
7, 11)20) I I. N. Harris right of way for road --_-....______.___ ,7* on W 210 ft ..rl.ton. .81 riovreea 8.tbenre .. . 22 K.. 840 Acre*, .... Med J'al For Alnrn." (Jcneral of th. of .0 liiwur rat of Int.r.o. or .fnr. ttiriuriMMi .
,.b. 7, 11120. E P rrinh. moving 1 out of road ______.______ J."JJ R 210 ft of ". thenn Ida II.t of nflfjulrtrifir' .d mlninifl.insi .
>llln. 10'1
Mnrch road ._____.__..______ Vo: 11)8 embraces N Half of N I a of .
1, 1\21. C. M. BlnckwrliliT.) .ork -- 7JJ E alona said right nf way to pt of to*.. rlI..t. For Cnmpl roller of the Stale' of "' system flood mad and l-rldr
March 1. ) J, H."h. m.lrl.l. u________?_....______ { I. eminl, I A In NF'' ,.f BWV See II, Tp. 6, P WW Quarter of VIC' Quarter I For ', . of the Mat P7sriisl"r throurrhinit till,I. Slat. nnrlwr urh pcsulnliqn..
March 1, 1921. O. D Fnlrcloth .. lumbr _0 __...-._.__.___ a.BO S. R. 21 F.a: . acre, .**. *e .' iy au Art "lftf.
March 1, M. N.ll. road plow __________..?_._____-_____ 11.1 I Jr .nn. NW ,,... Sec. 27. Ta. 7, 8. R. E.. the Stale of Florid. : :, provided .lt.I any drf"=. I..
March 1, II. I.. hlllldlnif bridge .. ....-...--- I No 42 embrace lot In 240 Acre. Med Paul Bra. For Comml.Mloner of of tie ., In r'Umtmnf h r**if fur ... of
March -..1 H..O.A. Duke. material ----_- -----_::::::--::-_----.---:= *9:na! W."I..n.C.rff..I.f. 1"). Tp. B. K. R.. 1.. Certificate No. 2110 embrace* All N Half ..fN I State of Florida. A.rl.ulur stood roiintid) |.."Ie. shall, ,, ... d
March .2. Q2fl, <3. W John.on work on road __,.._______.---. -_- 43.80 Raley-Hamby Co 1 Quarter N of Ry NW Quarter of I Two Jr'''of the Supreme Court, oftl firs 1)1)) f.r eint nf thc total tie as.
March .-, M. e on brldg ----------.o----- 11.00: Certnirate N. ( embrace 8H of WI Cu.". ',. f. 84. TI', 7. 8. R 22 K. State of .. *. flteflt of lh. *,.t. at th* ttni. of lt>*u..
March .",: 1-
Mv-1'] ,u yst 1|. .. __0______.___. ____ f.O of of \. of F'1( wi 'II.t. No 207 cmli,._.. E Half of N of Florid' ln.nmrndnii. and I th ., ilottlr.-*
March IB. Drew S.mnor, hlra _______________-___-__ 1.0 of :li' .11\\; W'i' ,,f At nr RW'{ W ''M'wr N 10 A of E Half of RWQunrt. For State Henatrir for inth rntnatorlll Dli.I :T rt'torn, thriwof. i.ii |Mtifijet' d
' .\ ,,,1 1021 lOser Tomlinion. hauling __ _--____-__________ to.IO OKVi uf P 1' A. | .1! .'9, ID2". J. F Futch. l.-ir.l ad"lc. and work ____________ 'i.O of BWli. 8 Tn. B. A I U.1 of NW Quarter of KEQuarter For Two Mumhem of lbs Houaa of lUvn.entatlve. ." urovldrd' I.. Inw for v.n..l .l-rttonn In
t r' I".in' W. S. Croft work on road ._ __.._*.____ .0 : .r Tteirt 1>ff a.ra, aaneaMd nkmrirn. ,less SW Cop W Half of of the HlaU of Florlila. Slats of Florida .
\ i I., 'I I '. IfiO, Oa.kln., work on road _______-----______. .i'Ri '' No 1151 .mbraee. 510)14 of $WI/ RW<,f BE Quarter A H.1 >.f PitQuart Fur ffeuniv Juilg. IN iRnnnfovY wirrnroFY
'I.i I ". 102/ Wi. work on road _____.__.-..__..____ iSS'ao 18..0 / :. .. ?B. Tn r. 8 ft 22 Eairt. 14 r .r KF Quarter B I". r-f NEQunrtir Fur Sheriff.For hv.hi\riitttn sad m* hand
A i ""I i! lUBii! M.N.I. work on road -______._._ .S 6am.. William. of 8K: Quarter l.. I A NE <:,. Clerk of th# Circuit Conjrt. and the Swat Hrrl I c-f
April! '"i, (;. W."'r... .ork road -.____ ___ -__-__ .71 -ambrwe AW1> of ".. :11. TP ft. B R 2 K, 17B Arrm. .- 2",,r f'ounly' A MMinr of Taxra, IfKAI/l tht> MtMl of KtorldN, ftt '..
\i, .! -"' . H. A. Brannen. work don for county om..lon.( ._ '.1 of SJC'/i. M. Tp. I. H. a Bwit. .41 1 Bronkhrn Land For Tax Collector. lohasse.. lisa TaolUl. ibis thIwoiitirmltfYith ,

\i, n ', l".il) F. M. River Co.. road .cr" --____._...-?-.___ Ji'nB I M rM. Unknown Cr-tlr I >.ie ftr 212 embrace. ' For Cut, BtuwrlnUrndittt ftf Pul-ll In- dar of JulyEA.
1.1 ,.", s H Ce."n., woi k don. county commwaloneni ---- Crlfet Mo. M embraces Lot 6 In Woo.l- of NF. q.. IM ID( A In NE ( R ...".th.. T). 1020.Il. .
Ai, I i'ii( Frank) ,hn.on. work on .0_______.....i__._._ 1" I I.wn. *2. Tn. I, I R.ta Ka t. 10 of KW Quarter A #T. Quarter J: Qu.f For Couiity Bur *yor.Vir x CLAY (noWIRn.
''. "'"'". H. O Vninen. work on .d ____ ______._,...._.._- i. .ere*. ) Unknown Qurt of BW Q. Flv Rnunly CommUwlnnre 114481.1046.. .rP.r Stile.Slihil'Iff .
iou ""!''I. Richard Dowlinw. lumber _____--.________-----" 1- .1.1 7* '. A In In. R .. twe. M. Tp. *. B.. R. 11 R., F,r Tliree M.mbera County of ____ I'' .
'i I'.n fticlnnl, Dowllnglumber _0 ____________ 1" I r4"N of 0WV. = Tp. *. AI 180 aaam.ed Brooklyn land Co. Subtle IratMatlnii.For o th Ro..o. ( elF PO- ""
Al,I'"' "i nun. H. A ear hire __ ___n-; 1.0, I. II f. __ A.ron.C.r l" redeemed Juntlce of PaIlS In and for th* f"l.| tJNlSR ,,.U..TW" .TAX "1 . .. .___.______. ,. .. .10 .rlle.l. .h.1 I. th '*
\i, -i"-'I, tV *. car hire . --.. -r .0 N" 7, mb 2, IB, . Mrftue. th.reonoh I.w'n.' JtlBtlM yIn) T'I'
llr.lot. (.I'.2JF5A11
I ____________ .. ." .' HTATI'TfK:
Ai ill' ''. ifr.M). M. Blackwld work on road 1.0 In Knwry'1 .r.S' of Wnrthfnrton slur 4th Hay of A. P. 19SO.WttneM No NoltUl. ,In h. ',.. ', ,
; M. .!-. brldg --.--- .0 8ec m TP It. K ID "_1. assessed Un- ,.b. District No. Two. "rn I ,i I J. l( Il II,
j w F. Raincr. work on --- ------ ----- I Sn AfTlelal .1..1. and eal this ,imrahaier of Ta <". "
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Way advanced. on PItret No. Three. .
ID.'O S. M. Duke, .o.k I k..wn lot day of A. D. \W
.- m.n. __ __ _.____________ ."I Ibr. PIth day of Annual. A. I It i nn i i >
OrMlleile Mo M
M v 1'iin H. work on _- u ? I enibr**** lW' KBUof W. T m.tnl Nn. Ile .1<
Mm .- ) Ham., Rim. m........_ _____._______ 1.68 Se.' 2. Tp 6. 8. E.t.o 10seess. Bradford WIIKI.r"'r PI.. 11.1 No. "o. .rln..t., In my I.ansi has m.. ,.
m.trl.1 W'I. R .
l"ll ,
ro tar deed
Tnmlnln. ___ t.or ; .ton lo Iss ue In anrordanc
May .- )j-oi I). ciulifle Co. on brldl. ___.____-- 11.1' 8 F. wor. 11",11 1 Ma. Big.
. M v Jln.'o.\ ,. Wll.y road work ____ _____.__, _-_ 7.1 j Crlret-. If .mbr NW" of NEW (Seal By C. A. KNIGHT. flityi.t' fVven.Dkitrlct Maid Mrtlflcaui, embramt* the followlna -

May. L'7, l)2fl. Mlth..1) .Powell. road work ________________ .0 I' of 18". 16. Tp. 8. R. Eaat l3 I-D..JO-I. oputt Clerk. 1.. night.fH.trlrt ford: County:iroopiled, Flnriila.uroiierty: to-wlt. In Brad.

, MM> J7. 1920, C. road work ---------------- . 17.1 ... ..1. A Hopkins.Cemslea' - -- No, Vine.lotrirt lot : <
, Total receipt and "I..k.ld. _______________________._ .' ..,,* 6.1 embrace SU A earn NOTICE No. Ten. 8. K. $1.: ft* In Wnul.wn. 5II, Tp. I.

Bal.nce .dl.bu.m.nt- _.-_-_--_________-___. ____-- 1.11.ll I .t NW Cop of Center Street A fowle. A To Whom U May Concern I I l'ot' No. Eleven Tn. 80 .r.belli
0 puhlie road A run W along Center Take Untie, that on lbs Bth day of October. ' In and foe ,.. the laauan aeaed at the datoof
8.1..." 8.744.72 M ft to land formerly owned by N..D.HttKamn. A. D 1010 we, th underlnn, .1.1 applyto ties I'I'rit. .I.. Ib .I.wll" of Unknown Unless of such..rl... In the nam

Interest and Sinking Fund thence N along lno SAO ft. the Hon. B. Thrasher Jud. of thEighth "\1" ... .. .1 ha
I April 8. 1920. Received of B. M Dowling ____u___- _.-___ '.2".8. thence Easterly un f to .. thene* J.4M, .I Clrralt fJr. Bute of Florida Mo. Two. I ,' uconllnif 1 law, tax lei will !.".
! April r T)20 Received of B. M. Rowing. --_______ _____ '. n along' laid road t hew In Temple'. *uh. at (.I"I. I' wherev.r lb.mulct I'I.lnt Vo. Thru. I ;; n on the day of October, A., P.

\ May ',, liin.| Received of II. M. howling ______ ____ JS'JJ dv. .qul Zt j A.. Sc.. t*, Tp. I. 8. R. for .'*thorlsing Nn. Pour Wltna. ,
Final receipt and disbursement ______ ___.?..__.. ,.______ "..1. ?.also *. Morrla.Certlftmte the aoorHfc.n ,by,"r"n Rita Mab.ry Platrlct No. Five. tM till day my of offHilal ffcpten.her de-nature anil seal this
A. ll into
Balanco Jun. 80, 1920 _____ I.C81.7 No. .. C em N. mir vranddnughterThl. lihtylrt )f. "ix."ll J
-g _trulS'| .submitted lln of NWI4 of SEU on K .10. Chunh th* of Bert ember. A. D. 1WO. rl.t 11ev.. ) W. T. WEEKS:
J. W. 8. M. DUKES. run 8 sold fl W. M. MABRr.. No. (8al Ok.k Circuit Court: ,
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Chairman., f. 7 ft. t ... JOUPfNE MABRT. 1)ltl.t No. ..10.f10. .Deputy Clark.



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Bradford County TelegraphPublished I ,

Starke board or trade has been

'I' Weekly, and entered aa seend reorganized. The new board begins I LUMBER PRICES HAVE DROPPED,
I \ under far better auspices than any .
h data matter at the poet-office at tho preceding ones They were

Stake Florida. perfunctory organizations, only I

'- it satisfy the cry "we ought to The following reduction in the prices of lumber, effective September 25:
:'f K. S. M T'!';;;%'S, EdltoOr.. board of trade." This time it Is felt

I by all that such a body is as necessary Reduced from to $55.00 M.
for the town's welfare. is the business 1x4 No. 2 Com. Flooring, $70.00 per

'1 I' -r,r,;, -.,.',-r"' , ""I" K,'I'r-\ ,',".'(:', ". ..", department to a factory, and tie. 1x6 No. 2 Com. Siding, Reduced from $70.00 to $55.00<;) per M. /.

I :/ boards shortcomings to collapse!: that will caused not be previous incorporated 1x4 to 1x10 No.2 Com. D & S. Reduced from $70.00 to $55.00 per M.

: with this. Good officers have Reduced from $55.00 to $40.00 M. k
t Coal miners all over the country are ... 7 .16 No. 2 Com. Ceiling, per
the board will
been chosen and new
quitting work. People who are wise co-operate with the Farmers' Union ,' ,- ALL No. 3. Com. Stock Reduced from $50.00 to $30.00 per M.
to come to #
will make arrangements ;:
l'r| Florida early to spend the winter. which our agriculturists instituted n , Heart Cypress Shingles, $8.50 .
"' from the same necessity that brought
. ,. Plant City Courier Prime Cypress Shingles $7.50
about the revival of the board of
I f. .
in South FlorIda trade. ,: Economy Cypress Shingles $5.50 '
| Many of the places :
We all depend for our welfare on
a, which have until late been a Met Vs.
the business brought to Starke. The ,
" i I,t" ca we for understand those in quest, overfilled of work,with are now job, board of trade is not a proposition for SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON CARLOAD 'LOTS

the business men alone, though we
i hunter Better stay at home, boys, I .
expect more from them, as having
Bradford farmers
and help county
; .y more at stake and understanding the

(. along work better. But every man, woman I CONSUMER'S LUMBER COMPANY
and child should contribute their mite
J' A South Florida paper announces if in no other way by holding out
I ,t the remarkable fact that a real Starke's advantages to prospectivehome
) "count"<< is living in its city. It also seekers and by treating strangers -- ,

i Hates that the count Is not at all anxious with courtesy A man is not apt .. .
f to let his "rank" be known, and
to forget a place where he has been
gives evasive replies when asked treated with consideration and will be FRED BURGER
about it. Then why not let him alone glad to recommend it to others when I
1-; instead of giving his history, etc., in opportunities arise. As sure as
nearly full column of type When GIVES TANLAC I you
} the man a job it was with the belief that old LAKE BUTLER foot
world nobility titles and claims were THE CREDITWELL are a high-

I i despised here, and ho will probably bet Lake Butler, Sept. 24.-The W. C. '
t puzzled to know if the paper's write- T. U. met Monday afternoon at the III

i, up was with good intentions toward Club room, Mrs. Maines, presiding KNOWN TAMPA MAN you will like this Camel Turkish le fl/"w':/ ?,,.
1] him or otbt'Twlse-untll he finds out! ,The following )program was rendered i SAYS IT HAS RELIEVED IIIS:
perhaps to his dismay, that we toady Song, Leaning on the EverlastingArms. STOMACH TROUBLE. ..f and Domestic 11"'

"1 to titles here about as much as anywhere .
Prayer. Scripture reading. I believe In giving credit when' blend!
t '
Topic, Sphere of woman. credit is due, and for that reason 1

The other day M street railway Talk, Woman in the home-Mrs. can endorse Tanlac heartily for what

magnate in St. Louis was freed of the Major. it has done in my case," said Fred T. I,
charge of burglary and larceny in Talk, Woman .and civics-Miss Burger, Kenyon St., Box 1383, Tampa, '

connection with the theft of a certain Proctor. Florida, few days ago. Mr. Burgeris
Reading, Prisoner at the bar Miss
referendum petition. A demurrer by owner and manager of Burger's
the defenic, sustained by a circuit lIa rriMon. v Marine Ways one of the oldest and
judge rteted that referendum petitions Song, Love Lifted Me. best ways in Tampa, having been established -
's are not property and taking' Reading, The orphan's prayer-Mrs fifteen years ago Mr. Burger -

i them is rot larceny, and "entering a II i L. E.jParrlsh. : is an expert on motor boats and
I safe for that purpose is not burglary | Round/ table discussion, topic, Why gasoline engines and devotes his large
I ,' but malicious destruction of proper- should we vote. I plant to the building and repairing of
,I Col. Joe Hill Williams addressed motor and launches./
.1, ty. If the defendant had been an '' speed
the audience explaining why we I
humble motorman instead of a street "For more than three years" he con-
I railway president, entering safe, should vote. tinued "I been
a no I Mrs. Scott of Starke visited I had a sufferer from
matter for what would have
1 purpose stomach trouble and nervousness and
[,i' meant years in the penitentiary for' meeting and gave several interesting had reached the point where I thought .'" .. .
remarks. "
;. him, I nothing but an operation would bring I Cmmmtm . .
t Mr. Butch of ] r mold rr>w/r)
. ;. Jacksonville was at. relief. My appetite was the poorest in.",.nlaoaly..Nd".d..,..
tending to business here Monday. never got such cigarette- of 2O e'..,+ttomt ,. .
or ton .eI.
j' The Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel complains | kind, and I ate so little I was'lI.'radu-1 you er *tf.. (3OQ ctgmruttmm)4n) m./..*.
;. that a building and loan association Orland Armstrong, of Kentucky, is ually losing in weight : as Camels hand in* p prcovwr rf cmrton VVmtrongly
at home this week rmcommmnd ttum
I. formed in its town, went out of I The pains in my stomach were awful cartonor the homo oftiaou
business because "half a dozen men Mr. and Mrs. Young and son, and and at times I could hardly stand you. Camels quality and expert />* /T or tr/t.n you ,,or...,. -

who are always appointed to manage Mrs motored R. to L. Lake Sparkman Butler of Sunday Lake for City a, I them. I had regular spells of nervousness blend of choice Turkish and choice R. J. REVtvoi ns
everything, were put on and the people and it seemed nothing would TOBACCO CO.
visit with Mr. end Mrs M. L. Mc.
simply would not stand for it." 1 relieve them. I spent many a slep- Domestic Tobaccos make this WIn ten ad.m, N. Ggoodness
Perhaps it Is with Ft. Lauderdale as Kinney ||Il'ss night, rolling and tossing( and
I with a certain other town we know of, The Woman's Missionary Societymet when morning came I always! felt possible-andmakeyou J 1 .

\, where only half a dozen men or su Wednesday afternoon at the Baptist I' weak and listless. prefer this Camel blend to either <. '
church, Mrs. A. C. Strickland, f'1 .
have public spirit enough to assume presiding.Tho "Well, so many people right herein ., .RF
charge of public matters. Others, justas Woman's Club will meet Mon. j I Tampa seemed to be getting: such lcindoftobaccosmokedstraiglito / i j
capable or )perhaps more soy; either fine results from Tanlac that I started -
day afternoon at 4 o'clock, and each
sheepishly. hang back or else refuse member Is requested to be present. I I taking it a few weeks ago and my Camels mellow-mildness is a .. .. '
to nerve. The half-dozen are elected only Is that I
regret didn't begin as
Election of officers will be I
held revelation
then later unfavorably criticized and soon as I first heard about it. I am I Smoke them with
Mr. Markee of visited
hampered. Those who are to lethargic now in the best of health have fine'' '
friends in Lake Butler this week a freedom without tiring your taste 1 + r
to assume their share of publicresponsibility appetite and am eating whatever I
should at least hold Mr. Traxler and son, Clyde, spent i They leave
up the weekend at their home please without a particle of trouble no unpleasant ciga-
the arms of those who will. 'I afterwards. The '
has all
nervousness! '"
Mrs Mitch Markee is able to retty aftertaste nor unpleasant
gone and I sleep as sound as I ever
about again! after serious illness j I e
: a
' WOMEN SHOULD REGISTER: A baby girl was born to! Mr. and II did life. Ihave picked up ten cigaretty odor 1 ;
is Mrs\ Bob Rivers I pounds! in weight and am simply a
.. The republicans are very active in well man in every respect.. I consider
", Floildu this having established Give Camels every test-then
year I Tanlac a real medicine and am glad
' It never rains, it never gets: too
: in all the cities.
headquarters larger "
i to give
I hot, it never gets too cold to be on the my recon\mendation. compare them puff-for-puff with ruRKsrr noMasrrcl '
.. That they are working the newborn !
Tanlac is
sold in Starke by F. L. a' N
'. woman's voting franchise for all It is I f job. E. A. Strout'a agent or repre- Turner; in Raiford by Weaver Drug any cigarette in the world 1 1prise '

. worth, Is shown. by the fact that eight i I tentative Is always on hand.Through Co.; in Lake Butler by TomlinsonMxincs -
- or ten colored women register: for voting -
1 Drug Co., and in Worthing-
the kindness of Mrs. Scott :
for each white who does
woman tea/ oy R. 'I'. 'J'aYJor.-AdV.
,q BO.: For this reason it la imperativethat the report of the splendid and impressive shower Many beautiful and
I B. Y. P. U. given by the I
j program
the white women, who will in 'II Mrs. Roberts useful gifts in trunk
I Lake Butler union is printed elsewhere of Valdosta, is the were placed a
ninety-nine cases out of every hun- guest of Mrs Viney Dckle. and sent to the home by Mr. Dell.
in this issue. The visit of the
died vote the democratic ticket, qual- Wilbur Scott of Staike Miss Laurel Armstrong assisted Miss
,to :
Staike members to Lake Butler some
ft : ify themselves for voting. Lake in the of Harvest-Time
Butler Sunday.Dr. Crystal displaying these appreciated Every
weeks ago will long be pleasantly remembered -
There in no unpleasant feature connected J. E. Maines made a professional gifts: The guests were later
With registering, us there will trip to Lulu Sunday.Dr. served refreshments. Miss Arm-

be no objectionable questions asked, After returning home from Balsam J. C. Purvis and son, Ashley, strong has won many friends during
and how to proceed at the polling places of her in Lake Butler
Tampa, visited friends in Lake stay
and ITemlersonville, N. C., Mr. and
can be learned in a few minutes.
1. To counteract the republican votes Mrs T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie Darby Butler last week. Miss Crystal Armstrong left Friday find the alert farmer in possession not only of
Virgil: Edwards, of Tampa, spent for Louisville Ky., where she. will
and Mrs. E. M. Johns left Tuesday afternoon ,
that will be cast this year by negro fund with which to finance the
. for an automobile trip to several days in Lake Butler loat'week enter the Baptist training school, hav- next year's oper-
" ,"; woml'n'votlt women, it is necessary I is a matter that the of really white Oviedo, where they went to visit Mr. with friends.Mr. ing received a scholarship. Lake But- ations but with additional experience for his future
and Mrs. J. S. Howard .and babyof ler feels of this '
saving the and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and little son.I proud worthy young guidance.
country Dukes, are guests/ of Dr. and Mrs lady and wish her success. ,

J. M. Mann Enoch Dyal, of Wauchula, is visiting -
G. A. Epperson is at Salt Springs friends in Lake Butler this week. Every day find this progressive instution with

this week. Mrs.\ W. H. Bethea, of Perry, was broader knowledge of the need of this section
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Carter, of John. the guest of her mother, Mrs. D. J. i { rand of its ineividual patrons.
I town, were callers to Lake Butler Dekle. 1

j t G Monday C. A. Savage morning, of ,Dukes, spent Sun Whereas, it Resolutions has pleased Almighty ;' Your practical farming experience, Mr. Farmer

} AnnouncementWe day with hie family God in His infinite wisdom and mercyto plus our specialized financial knowledge equals

!, D. W. forum spent Saturday with take from our midst our beloved greater profit for us both.

his family. friend, Mr. T. J. Dekle, and j
The many friends of Mrs. C. F. Rivera Whereas, we must humbly bow to
r and Mrs. T. J, Townsend regret the will of Him who doeth all things When cac we talk things over?

their illness and trust they will soon well and, !
wish to announce that on October 1st we willopen be restored to health Whereas, we have lost a faithful
J. R. Chastain is ill at his home. from midst. Now I .
insurance in Starke, and will one our therefore
: a general agency
Rev. S. S. Proctor returned home Be it resolved that we tender our
write Fire, Life, Fidelity, Accident and Health Insurance. ;Monday from Baldwin where he has heartfelt sympathy to Sister Susie LAKE BUTLER BANKState
been engaged in a series of meetings. Townsend in her bereavement; thata

A. E. Proctor spent, Sunday afternoon copy of these resolutions be published County District and City
at Johnstown with his sister, in the Telegraph, dedicated to his
'We will represent only the best companies and respectfully Mrs. C L. Varncs. memory; that a copy of these resolutions BUTLER, FLA.
Dr. A. S. York, of St. Petersburg", be furnished Sister Susie Town.
solicit share of the insurance business. The
1 a spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr.

most careful attention will be given to the interests of and Mrs. J. E. Maine send.Mrs.. George W. Alderman, Miss
J. E. Maine left Monday for Marshal Proctor, Mrs. E. O. Roberts, -

our customers at all limes.LROWNINMAN. Gainesville, where he will enter theunlv..rflity. committee. .. Mr, and Mrs. Ben Brannen, of Pales children visited her mother, Mrs. Mattie -
----A T 1 .I.DOBSON tine, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alford of Roberta, of Lake Butler during the
Mrs. F. A. Scott, of Starke, spent Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Crews The : week-end.

CO. Monday Mr. and in Mrs.Lake Jeff Butler Crews, of Gaines Dobson, Sept 24.-A wood sawingand evening games and was music.spent with interesting M. If. Hurst made a business trap;

ville, spent the week-end with Mr. and ice cream supper was given at the Shaw to Lake Butler Saturday
l Mrs Willie William,. home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Hurst Charlie J. attended church at Mrs. C. E. Vining of Baker-county

Bradford County Abstract Office Mr. and Mrs. Preston Williams of Saturday afternoon. Among those attending Cypress Grove Sunday. visited Mir' daughter Mrs. M.. H. Hurst
New River were guests of Mr and were. Misses Maud Edna Williams !- Those attending church Sunday of Monday. '

l STARKE FLORIDA Mrs. Willie Williams Saturday. Katy Crew, .Uita Hurst, Kathryn this section were Johnnie Hurst, Mae Cavvie Denmark, of Watertowr i!it
I Wednesday afternoon many of the Finley, Kathrye Dekle, Susie and Agnes Johnson, Susie Hurst, Nita visiting his father and sisters this
ladies of the Baptist church together Hurst, Mae and Agnes; Johnson, ,Cas- and Alma Hurst, Kathryn Dekle, Cas- week.

I with friends of Miss Crystal Armstrong sie and I'ensie Hurst; Messrs. Crews, ale and Pensie Hurst, Maud Edna Marshal Dobbs, of Baker county.

/I II I I met at the pastorium at five Dennis Finley. JoMinie Hurst, George Williams visited his brother, Oad Dobbs, Satur
4 o'clock and gave her a pleasant sur- Johnnie and Owen Mikel, of Olustee, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dowling and 'day


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SEPTEMBER 2<. 1920 i.

nesday evening : ___..1:1 -_ ___ _ _____ __ _ __
Sept 29th, at 7:43
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ff o'clock, at the church.

Bits of LocalInformation Mrs L. M. deSha has returned to : : ,
her home in Jacksonville, after an extended :1
visit with her parents, Mr. and


Miss Lenore Cady, who had been ,
41-It II c-... o.e p_... ...,IoN.... .. visiting her brother, G. C. Cad)". returned I :
re/.e M w c._... w T_ Friday to her home in Hartford WEALTH
3 3r
Conn. i I ,

-- ---- Mr. and Mrs.''\\'. B. Harvard and i I ,p
George White spent Sunday in Jack- Messrs. I. W. Pmholstcr and Lester children have gone to Hot Springs'I I {
During the ended 30th the hanks in Bradford
sonville. Pinholstor. of Brooker, had businessin Aik., where they intend to sojourn'' !, year June I i t
Starke Monday four weeks County made a cain of 39 per cent. in deposits.; The Hank of :

Earl Edwards and family have mov- I I Starke made n train of !50() per cent., its total gain being fifty thou- I
ed to Plant City. Mrs. C. F. Sayles, of Miami, is here Mrs R. A. Gahagan and children I sand dollars. We I
the favor of friends
visiting at the home of her parents, have returned to their home in Savan- ': greatly appreciate our ,jn
Auto tops and auto painting. M. Mr. and Mrs C. L. peek. nan, after a visit with her father, L. having placed us so far above the average. i I
Starke. 9-3-tf C. Powell and other relatives.
Leviton, : I
Theodore Peeler has returned to his I Hut that isn't just exactly the story ,we started t out to tell. 11 11What

home, Jacksonville, after a visit with Mrs. W. E. Middleton went to Atlanta
\Vm. Struth, Jr., visited relatives in his aunt, Mrs. J. W. Morgan.W. Tuesday to be present at the we want particularly to call attention to is that Bradford ;

Plant City recently graduation of her son, Earle Middleton -I County steadily growing in wealth In fact we might, say the
H. Hoffman and daughter, Mrs. from the Southern College of is ..
wealth. Fifteen the
B. F. Allen, of Lawtey, was In town Thelma Cochran, of Dunnellon, were Pharmacy. county rapidly growing years ago county
Saturday here Sunday visiting relatives. did not have an incorporated hank. Its banking facilities consisted -

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Miss Annie of one private banking!, establishment, and total deposits were
N. T. Ritch left last week to spend Mrs. T. P. Wall has returned home Darby and Mrs. E. M. Johns returned about with that and the
$125,000.tStarting giving deposits
awhile at Hot Spring., Ark. after a visit of several weeks with Monday from Balsam, N. C., year
relatives at Asheville, N. C. where they spent several very pleas-! for five-year periods we find that the county hasi made long 9

Chickens and eggs wanted. Kick- ant weeks I strides financially, the total gain for the fifteen year period being "

liter'.. 9242t. Yellow Homespun 25c .at F. F. slightly more than 900 per cent. The figures are as follows: f J
St ump's. Misses Florence Matthews nnd
E. Kite, of Maxville, had business in Kathleen Alvarez left the early part 1905$125OOO.OO I
Starke Wednesday L. C. Powell and son, John and Miss of the week for Tallahassee where I ,

Tison have returned from a trip to they will resume their studies at the .
Roger Wells, of Jacksonville, was the mountains of North Carolina. State College, for Women. 1910

in Starke doling the week. .
Mrs. W. B. Harvard had as guests Miss Emma Powell spent the weekend $212,814.54
D. C. Jones ;was a business visitor to last week Mrs. Will Jolly, of Waldo, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
It. S. Powell. Three Miss
Jacksonville Tuesday. and !Mrs. Harvard, of Live Oak. ago I 1915
: Powell bi'gmi teaching in Baldwin,

Sale at Stump's.A. where she has the third and fourth I
Shoe The weather has been favorable for
haying of late and our farmers have grades. $322,649.10 ""

M. Williams, of Hampton, was in taken advantage of it.
Starke Wednesday V. R. Prevail, of Lawtey, was shaking I. 1920$1O39,75441 I.
hands with his friends in
many '
J. O. Traxler who is stationed at .
F. F. Stump Is in New York buying Sylvester, Ga., spent the first of the Friday. He was accompaniedhome
by his daughter, Mrs. Chas ,
fall and winter goods. week with his family in Staike. Strickland. J

Sheriff Epperson went to Ocala Mrs. C. A. Futch and little son, .
Monday on official business Merrill spent several days last week the Small Batik change of Starke being had scarce to order In Starke some It will he observed that during the past fh! year: ;: the wealth of I J

T. N. Kendrick spent part of last visiting friends in Jacksonville. by express, and Expressman C, C. the county as expressed in bank deposits has more than trebled.

week in Lawtey attending to business. Charley Beaaley left Sunday for Johns less delivered than 58 a pounds package to, the weighingno bank 1 This is the sort of news to tell the new-comer to our county. I 1

L. M. DeSha of Jacksonville, spent Chapel the Hill.University N. C.,of where North he Carolina.will enter mentioned Tuesday .I Tell him also about our fertile lands, the best in the state of Florida -

the weekendwith relatives in Starke ; about our freedom from malaria; about our opportunities for .
H. M. Snyder and family ere feasting -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harden, of !: on a box of splendid apples, sent stock raising and dairying; about our wonderful crop yields, and f \
Miss Billy Williams, of Fort Meade, Tampa spent the first of the week uncle in Two of the tlfat be said with "lIon-
has been visiting Miss Kathleen Alvarez. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stansell. by apples an will be Maryland.saved for Farmer the hundred and one good things can an 1 1 Il'.
est to goodness" conscience.And I
Brown and Samantha. Iit
Florida Kickliter's.Mrs. '
Truby & Howe shipped a carload of syrup. be sure to drive it home to him that where a people can :;
Gen E. Andreu of Durbin is in
of the first of the returned Monday I hank in five there II
spirits turpentine E. E. Canova Sturke this week to buy some hogs more than treble their deposits years must be
week.R. from a visit with her niece, Mrs.D. i for
for fattening. Mr. Andrcu's! horse is good opportunities moneymaking.While .
T. Clark, at Pablo Beach. decked with a now rig of cowboy I

O. Daniel, of Jacksonville, spent housings, which makes a good appear- are on the subject if you want to go: a little farther t'
the first of the week with relatives Hollis V. Knight will )leave the last I I
hero. of the week for Atlanta, Ga., wherehe I snt'e. and tell them the Bank of Starke is a good bank to do business .' r

will enter Emory University. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., who has I I with, that will be all right. We'll try to forgive you. I .
If wish to either buy or sell a
ypu been at home on a furlough visitinghis :
farm, see Inman, E.' A Strout Farm Right price and right place. Get I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright -
Agency, at Starke, Fla. your corn ground at Griffin & Johns' Sr. left for Sun w
mill every Saturday. Toll 4 quarts to Francisco, where he is stationed withF. I ,H I BANK OF STARKE I

Stump's.Miss Every. day is bargain day at the bushel. 9-17-tf Troop, 11th Cavalry. I

Mrs. E. W. Harris and little son, Miss JosepTiine Brinson has returned !
Anna Hall has gone to Jacksonville Billy, of Jacksonville, spent the week- to her studies at the Florida StateI I, E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. The Growing Bank CEO. C. WHITE, Cashier
on a visit with relatives and end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs J. College for Women, Tallahassee, otter I JII
friends. C. Wills. ...
spending the summer vacation I J 1. \
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. ,
Get my prices on rubbew-,roofing. Carr Colley, Horace Wilson and Brinson. 1 .. .- .. .. -' -- -. _. I, r
--- --- - -- --
Kltkliter's. Gory Ennis have !gone: to Gainesville -- i'
whore they will enter the Universityof Subscribers wishing to have their CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGFOR I It'FARM crop under half, crop upper bit In i
went to Jacksonville other Croll 'und..r slop bit i I
Mrs. A. M. Drby Florida. papers, sent to new addresses will do I upper
Thursday and will remain there its and themselves! a favor by lettingus SALE-Klondyke strawberry I FOR SALE-One of the bust In olio our, crop under half crop, In It'
for several weeks.O. Mrs. H. B. Osteen and sons, Charlie know their former addresses. This plants. A. J. Thomas, Route '' country hoiyes in l-'loiiila. Modern other Under slope and upper' bit
and B. F., of Gainesville, spent will save us time and in many cases Starke. 3'1' 8 room 2 story house, lathed . J. Griffin, who is in business near Sunday with her sister, Mrs. O. J. will save subscribers from missing: plastered and large closets In every Ilrundeil with streak around nos. .:
Raiford spent Sunday with his fam Griflln. room. Deep well water on porch; I Most all dehorned' and dowlapped.
ily. papers. FOIL SALE-Klondyke strawberry huge dairy barn and other good The Southern Cattle Feeding Co.,

The Starke Ice Factory, which had Miss Naomi Diggs, after spendingher pluiits. August Stern, Starke. Fla. buildlngH. 20 acres of land One Green; Cove Springs, Fla. -17-2t tJ,

Wilbur Scott spent several days been shut down for repairs, is again: vacation at the home of her par. 9172t. mile north of Kturke. Harvey M.

last week visiting friends in Lake making ice end will probably l'ellumedf'livPI'i" Rev and Mrs. J. C. Diggs, returnedto Snyder, Staike. 0-17-2t
FOR RENT-A 0 room house with I
Butler. today. SYRUPFor
Tampa last week where sho will (
baths and oil modern convenience ,1
: STOLEN: One .
resume teaching in the George Wash LOST, STRAYED OR -
Theressa, was Mrs. Howard Conover, of Balbour *. Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck,
Andrew Sullivan, ington: Junior High School. black sow, one blue barrow one year
transacting business in' Sbarke Sat- Canal Zone is a guest at the home of Starke. It. old; one sow and one barrow, color. Sale

urday. her sister, Mrs. J. O. Traxler, on Mad- We offer free service to ,persons H>il blue and white, one year old; ono ,
ison street. who have houses in Starke to rent. FUR SALE-One good milk cow'l light sandy colored HOW, one year
Mrs. C. W. Denny, of Savannah, is i Let us know what you have and we ttxirnneyj; one 2 year old old; one black DOW with white lint
Mrs. S. F, Ham- T. E. Murrhee of Marianne, spent Jersey and (Jurns,,) ; one year old all ,
visiting her mother, I will try to get you a tenant. E. A. 01"1 around burly, one year ; unmarked -
,rick.: I the week-end here with his family, I i Strout Farm Agency, G. M. Inman, bull. F. A. Scott, Starke, Fla.1 except small onc have, tall Genuine Cane Syrup i
leaving Tuesday morning for a business represenative. 9-24-21. i bobbed. Address. any informationas ,
i Gail Traxler is at home from the visit to Philadelphia. FOR SALE-One fine brood sow and to whereabouts to Miss Ida $1.50 per. gal. Any i.

[Southern College of Pharmacy, At- Rev. George F. Scott," who has been eleven pigs sight weeks old, Uuroc Sweat, Route, 1, Starke, and receive from \
lanta. Mrs. C. R. Ensey and sons, Charles visiting his father Dr. A. L. Scott, strain !Mrs. M. A. Ilaisden, Starke reward. It* quantity one gal.
and Lot, returned to Jacksonville on left Saturday for Southern College: Fla. 0.24 2t' I to 65 barrels. I II

Sugar, 20c pound. Kickliter's. Tuesday, after spending several weeksat where he will act as pastor for the STRAYED CATTLE-Cattle under.
their Kingsley lake cottage.Mr. remainder of the ;year. Mrs. Scott FOR SALE-I'lace ;your order now i the following: marks and brand, .r

, Mrs. E. S. Matthews spent several and daughter, Lois, also left Saturdayfor for new buggy, any style,'or light have strayed from our range In I "
' acksonville.Mrs. Jacksonville Wednesday to help their visit Mrs Scott's parents II. }J. Snyder, Agent. 9.24.2t I reward for Information which DE WITT C. JONES i f.
observe the day, which e i ,
coreligionists I will enable us to locate these cattle.
Geo. Anderson, of Archer, is is a prominent Jewish holiday. Charles Ensey, Jr.,.has been visiting CROSS Tip CUTTERS-Write Mark und, brands as follows: Crop STARKE. FLA. \ ;
'visiting: her daughter, Mrs. Ellery his parents, Mr. end Mrs C. R. prices and hip your ties of fo.1!I under elope upper bit in one ear, ,
l avis. Checked Homespun 25c yardat Knsey, at their Kingsley lake cottage: grades to Cress Manufacturing Co., IImUlIUCUCIlCUII'Jmmmwmmwwtul1RlUDmWWl)( ;: :
Stump's.C. He has just returned from a three Jacksonville, Florida. 3.520.1yr'FOR ; 1 j
Miss Clara Moitt, of Jacksonville, months' cruise, pausing through the COFFINS & CASKETS : '
8 a guest at the home of her father, B. Johns has bought the Edwards Panama Canal and going up as far a* SALE-$55t> will buy a 1920 You Io More' Work, "-. And a Full Line of
E. Moitt. meat market, next door to the Con Seattle, Washington lie is now have Chevrolet touring car In first class You are more ambitious and you pet mor ; n ,
sumer's Lumber Company, and will ing a thirty day furlough from his condition; extra tire with car. Sam enjoyment out of everything when your Und.r,oh.r. Supplitm :
, R. E. L. Duke, of Bradford Hotel, carry a complete line of fresh meats. navy duties at Annapolis. Rosenberg, Starke. 8-20-tf.( blood U In good' condition. Impurities in '
bag the finest cane and rice fields in the blood bave a very deprewlnft effect on AUTOMOIULE HEARSE !If
Mrs. W. C. Powell and children the system causing weakness, lazlneMnervouHiima Always on hand. Tim beat ear
this lIecti'n. Mr. and Mrs Angie Sternburg write. from FOR SALE-Missionary and Klon. I !
Martha and Billy left Mondayfor St. Johns, Kansas, September 15th: dyke strawberry plants, 10,000 up, CIKOVU'S TA8TUMJSS and aicknes. Chill TOMCresdiros .ic. at the lowest. price.. Special i 1\ )

All Ladies Hats on sale at 98ct I a visit to Savannah and other We expect to reach Jacksonville last $5 thousand, express paid. 1,000 Energy: / and, Vitality |Iy I'urlfyliifl attention to telegraph or- ;
Stump's. places of interest of next wwk. Have had a delightfulvisit postpaid,'J5.CO. Order now. Julian and Enriching; the Ulood. When you feel! era IlcgUtercd Embalnrur.DeWITT 1.r: d f I i
__ and seen wonderful farms. No 11. Long, Columbia, S. C. 9-10-41 Its trentfiheiiintf. lnvlt! J. II. Ritch and family have return-I E. A. Strout Farm Agency, sold one ever owns less than 120 acres and bow It brings( color to the cheeks and bow C. JONES 1 (
last 401 last month. It improve the, appetite you will then ,
home after a lengthy stay at 4,427 farm year they cultivate from 120 to 2500 acres. with to
WANTED/ -Man family grow STARKE FLA. '
Consult Inman, appreciate Its true tonic value. : \
ingsley lake. We can sell yours. They are planting wheat now. Have Good Iwa.tlon 1
strawberries on '
I I Starke, Fla. 9-4-tf. visited several places. and weather hubc..n W. G. Ellis, ilKOVB'S TASTEXUSS Chill TUNIC IWAIb71101raorfpfoCwm10Altllo! << < JJmr.uoc' "
Plant City. I
near I III not a imtnnt medicine. It U simplyIRON
T N. Limbaugh: made a business who is teaching lovely. all through our stay Rout B., Box 25, Lakeland, Fla. and QUININE! .uRpen4"j In byrii) Colds Cau<< .. ,in and other places Millll Eva Epperson --- - - -- .
to Lake Butler --- --- -
ip So pleasant children like it. Ill-
Miss Doris Scott, 9-17-2t LAXATIVE IIBOMO OUININC I.blau.. i.niovelb.eauiwi. j
i that vicinity Monday.Now Lake Butler, and Btat of Ohio City of Toledo Lucascount.a bled ne Quinine to Purify and IKON( 1,
,. .
There li out 11.QuJuIr.e.
in Raiford spent the ? ,
'ho is teaching !. .h.. ooh that h. 1* to Enrich:; it. Thee reliable toulu |Iret'[ I ,,
homefolks rranx L C'h.n r m SALESMEN WANTKII-Lubricating t: W.CHOVE'S tltonnmi no boa Via.HYKI7P I
is a good time to fill up the r- (k.end with their Mnlnr partner of the firm of F. J. Ch n.r t-rtles never fail to drive out inipurltli It b
bridge: Coo, dolnir bu.ln... In the City of To oil, grease, paint, specialties, whole the Mixxl. t, t'
Approaches, of the Livingston ..
Stall for M. and that.old BARRELS
ledo. County unit Commission basis. i
and Kickliter's.The or part time. The StrengthraaeingPowerof! GROVL'TASTLLESS
oats .
Seed rye. HUNDRED
Across canal. firm > t
: mI'i. h , -
POLUAK8 for : Samples free. Men with car or rig Chill fUMC has madethe .i
CuredIn annual business meeting of the that cannot bo ....r.MEDICINE any, the ua of Write for the attractive terms. Riverside I favorite tonic In thoiinarids of l b0 Only one car of new barrel Price r 1
Habitual Constipation church Vill be held on Wed- HALIBBworn CATARRH FRANK S. CH/NET: [ Kenning Co., Cleveland, 0 More than thirty-five year aft''. fo.l $4.50.; : Give! u* your order at once. r
14 to 21 Day Baptist to b.for. mo and .tibarrthod In I would ride l H kind ilmtaww to del iK'jVL} : HeWitt C. Jones Stark. 'j
_JC-FOS WITH PEPSN" Is a specially- mr rrwwnca. this' .th day of Cwcombor.8wn 'TASTELESS Cluil 'JCNIC; when i '1
spared, SyrupTonlc-Laxa'Jve! for Habitual FOR SALE-Victrola with large assortment member: of their family' lied MaUri t,. \
i>nstination. It relieves promptly' but I'' SYRUP BARRELSH. < A.CATARRH VT..O1e. on.MF.DlrlNK Notary PolitiesHAItJP i. tak- of record, sewing: machine needed n bmiy-lniiUiiiii." M <,-tf'Ii-gh ..'; Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Day 'i
hould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day lnt.rnalr! and arts through the Blood variety of tables, lawn mower tonic. CI TIe formula is just the tunic t,'. Di&*.l.U'.'''0'' money' If PAZO OINTMENT': full.titfari :
>Induce regular/ action. It Stimulate! nndgulates. :, L FOWLER tf O the Mu'-oni K'>rf c.d of the evat... .... leather top couch, etc. Mrs. A day and yon ran get/ If from' any Pre lu-Mng. ttlmrl" <3l, 75 I.n>" 7i;, T..llmonll* fr ,. Itotilail l'IM.0,1 pun, *n '
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: OF HUMOR 24 Dead73 Are Injured;: ;;' and list Is "

; Enpecled to.Grow

'.: II Bambino New York Sept., 16.-A mighty explosion Low-Cost Mileage iri GoodyearTires
The bolshevists are fighting Poles! believed by police to have
; The Turka are shot plumb full of hole been caused either by a time bomb of
t The telephones get higher tolls! terrific power or the careless handling

. Oh, yes, of high explosives, wrecked the for Small Cars
I. : I guess- magnificent offices of J. P. Morgan &
But what did Babe Ruth do today? Company the foremost internationalbank
company in the world exactly at

I The candidates arc on the wing! noon today. Thirty minutes after the"
The cops ha\e nabbed a whiskey ring! explosion the police announced 17 wer
And Galli-Curci's here to sing! know dead and 70) injured but There is no in buying so.
wilt{ much economy
lieved the death list go
i, Si higher. called bargains in tires offered at

But what{ did Babe Ruth do today ? Two theories are held by the authorities. -
,. One is, anarchists attempting sensationally cheap prices when a well.
i killed! to wipe out the Morgan
A train is wrecked and fifty
I; A million dollars to you willed! firm and assassinate J. P. Morgan made tire delivers mileage at a

Your secret's out, the beans are Bpill- planting a time bomb in a wagon in
W" edl! front of the Wall street entrance to f ti considerably lower rate of cost.

I I Just so."y I tho building. Another was that a \

p I know- Ford automobile bearing a New Jersey \\ \ Add the time and trouble occasionedby
'. But what did Babe Ruth do today ? license and loaded with explosives frA\\\\\

crashed into another automobile.The frequent replacements and it is
.f' The oil is gushing on your farm! blast caused a panic throughout
Your house Is burning!-give alarm! the financial district and the tire seeking
4 1Xr)( fully why users
Your baby fell and broke its arm! Stock xchange and curb market both I \ I apparent ,

I Too bad ceased operations. All members of real mileage are not attractedto
'. My ]lad- the Morgan firm escaped but Junius economy,

,: But what did Babe Ruth do today ? Spencer. Morgan's son, J. P, was very cheaply priced tires.
badly cut on the hands by flying r
'G A blackhand gang demands. your life! glass. The- Morgan offices were completely
The of Tires of
You're beaten in your legal strife! shattered and pedestrians in popularity Goodyear ,

t Your hired man skipped out with your the streets were hurled from their
the 30x3 and 31x4.inch sizes
; wife! feet. Sensational rumors filled the AAA 30x3., ,

Ho, hum streets one report placing the dead as
is based the fact that they builtto
I That's some!1r no. So terrific was the explosion that ryV on are

But did; Babe knock'one out today? the police are certain it was caused deliver exceptional mileage at low
i -Publishers Auxiliary. by dynamite or TNT, or a mixture of

.V S. . both. p cost and consistently do so.
U. S. Sub-Treasury Safe
j. ; ; Just Like That ,
The United States sub-treasury
"Where did Hank Fisher git that If Ford Chevrolet Maxwell
across the street from Morgan's bank you own a ,
ir, machine he was a-drlvin' around this untouched. Hundreds of
afternoon?" curb appears brokers operating in Wall Street Dort or other car taking these sizes,

.' "He was walking down to work this within half a block of the scene of
" mornin' when he noticed III thin' kinda the explosion fled. A steady streamof go to your nearest Service Station for

,'. shine through a crack in the sidewalk. automobiles and ambulances! drove
He hunted 'Im up a piece o' balm'wire through ]lines of frenzied people carrying II Goodyear Tires-for true Goodyear
.' and fished the thing (out and lid i
the injured to hospitals. The
danged if it wasn't a Ford. Got a blasted building was quickly roped off t J I mileage, value, economy.
match ? Publisher's Auxiliary. and no one allowed to enter A pieceof

1 o+ . . iron was hurled into Stevenson /J

.' HOOVER SOUNDS AN ALARM Brokerage office, on the eighteenth
EXTRAVAGANCE WILL TIRING floor at No 61 Broadway, four blocks .

.' THE COUNTRY TO GRIEF !SURE away. Scores of detectives rushed "i-- ,

1# Into financial district and a cordon of .
b "There is a parallel between our I detectives and police thrown about '.0- : :
; present economic conrlitiun and that the entire building. Windows in the
t;' which followed the Civil War; the vicinity were shattered and the streets
i I'r. c same conditions of extravagance and filled with flying glass. The explosion -
, ;.", big prices which resulted<< in a great occurred during the noon ]lunchtime \ 30 x 3'/4 Goodyear Double-Cure $2350 Goodyear Heavy Tourist: Tube coot no more than the price
I:, panic and years of hard times," says when Wall and Broad streets Fabric All-Weather Tread you are asked. to pay for tubes of less merit-why risk costly

'; Herbert Hoover In an article of helpful were dense with hurrying clerks and' 3O3'/2 Goodyear Single-Cure $ 150 casings when such sure protection ll available $/f 50
; hints. "Thrift and American Women stenographers, all being thrown intoa Fabric, Anti-Skid Tread_____ 21- 30x3'/ size in toarerpro.fbetr f-
," in The Ladies Home Journal. panic. A number of automobile
Mr. Hoover explains that we may in front of the Morgan building were

hope to avoid financial disaster which wrecked.
followed the Civil War, "because we Trading in all various exchangesIn
believe our economic position much I the finnenial districts was suspended -

,. stronger than It was in those early this aftcrniKjn. All members of the
'.' days" But he warns that 'we. are l Stock Exchange fled from the build. 0 0

confronted "with world! conditions of Ing. At 8 o'clock this afternoon, it is _
upset" which were unknown half a I known of 21 were killed and hundred

:, century ago.Suggeotlng. injured. J. P. Morgan is in :Europe.
x a remedy for the present Members of the firm were in conference

tendency towards extravagance thus escaping. It was announced
Mr. Hoover says: nt the Stock Exchange there will .

,. "It is as imperative today as it was be no clearings tonight. Two unidentified __ ___
j during: the war even more so that men and one woman died in n -- -- --- ---

we hhuulcl practice thrift in all its Broad Street hospital from injuries.A the explosion occured were hot and boys. Right hot in the house mean he sold] cheap goods., Don't leg. othrrwiu the alienation of aid bill
forms. clerk In the Morgan offices at the smelled strongly of chemicals used In Here comes Smith's crowd and two1' nee why Brown should fly Guess wll Ibo taken as oonfeaaed by Halt defundnnUIt

w. "Every: one of us should cut out extravagance time of the explosion stated three men (.he manufacture of explosives they other teams. Well well, come right ), he sells as cheap as a man up BO.can and pulillHh i" further once. a ordered weak for that four this connecutlvtweek order bi

and waste; we should nave and one girl were killed in Morgan said i, in. Guess J'll! have to get some! i make a living. Pass the peanuts In the Bedford .County Telegraph Inr'wenuprr
)' every posible five-cent piece, even office .-- --- j i boards to make you all scats. You Brown. Thhi September published! It,In 1920.acid County and S.....
though it was worth more than a Humbles of the explosion were felt NOTICE OF ELECTION see Samantha don't wont to get the - W. T. WEEKS.
postage stamp; w> should put our savings milts away One was killed In the I. C. F Hmnwr. Mayor of Slarke FlurUln. !I Iliy I house all mussed up and she don't | --- (Seal Clerk Circuit Court
let'' Post & Flngg building.! No fire followed virtue' ol the authority vmli-d in mo hjrInw By C. A. KNIGHT.
Into savings banks or Into government : do want you all to throw the hulls around FOR HEADACHE Deputy Clerk.D .
hereby call Kpeclal Eliirtinn to be
r.,' or other securities or into the blast A great hole was hvld at the Town Hull in the afoniMld town but put them in this box. Now I'll E. KNIGHT.
+ homes or farms. torn in the street in front of the by the quiilifliid votura therein on Tumilny, the bring in n bucket of peanuts. Let me Solicitor for Complainant. 9-17-7t-10-2
I s- "Money that 4s wasted is destroyedas !Morgan building i tilth>lvctlniiINK dny of October 11120, for thin. purpoMi or see, what I'll do. I
if cast into a fire and the evil results Declare Was T. N. T. ( ALDERMAN. ,I! Here spread of these LIVERJROUBLE trt." Wet ms in a Healthy Child
not confined. to the individual Pr. Chrrles Norris-; chief medical. InBiHWtora, P'. 1'. Sheller, T. N. Kunrtrlck somo newspapers All children trouhlod with worms have an ullo
yvi are. Julian 1,. reek in your lap and I'll pour the healthy color,wh!Ivn Indicate poor blond cud as a
waster and his family but are examiner, declared] the explosive< force In twtlmony whorvof I hereunto,HulMCrlbr peanuts on that. Don't be skimpy rule,there In morn or I.'.. .'"", neb dlcurbanw
in fact spread throughout socitey. I was trlnih'utoluo1.Vlwthrr the explosive my name mid nouns th. Soul I ..f the laid town | Black-Draoglt Is The Best Medicine (.RO"E'S TA.S1ELC.S3 chill TONIC given rcdular
to he hcri'unto arTinvd thia IHth of Sciitvinbcr as there's lots more out In the kettle. I hr
day fur blood I.
three enrich
two wake will
'', This is the crime and damage done was hauled into'tho district 1 20.Sval . ,|I Now this is fine. Hope you all like |I This Lady Ever Used. Says !tov"1ho or dlflciitiun, and net aa a General Strength
: by waste. j in a rickety sail badly kept wagon ( ).) C. F. HOOVER them. Got a !good boil oil "em-what? II |I It eoinfl Tonic to I"" whul nyn'em.' Nature will the
'About one-third of our people are i that stopped at the curb not far.from Atlentl Mayo I I I Hey Samantha Guess Is Only Medicine She throw off or dltnrl thv wo.-nut,end the Child wl' h
the Morgan building minute before C.tA. FLITCH Clerk.24M10.1l!2! come on :In perfect beulili./ I' RI"ul.o lake. We oerbottla
responsible for most of the extravagance a : she's got a headache maybe. i Civet Her Children.
I j
and waste in this country. It the explosion, is not known. The wagon I I Ilecn to town lately I Cy ? ,; -
is n heavy responsibility that they once red and bear'ng. accordingto '
bear If we could convert this one- witnesses, the name of the DuPontdp FARMERJBROWNiHey |I Yes was down yesterday. Was In'' Cherry Village. ArK.-In telling ol USE "DIAMOND
Nemours i DeWitt C. Jones Hardware Store butdldn't bar experience with Thedford's Black
third to simple living the problem Company, wo convertedinto
Draught Mrs. Lottie
see things 110 awfully cheap. Ellis R. F. D. No.
woud be solved. dust and small kindling) by tHe
I'I You're always 1, this place laid: "I used Black: IIJ' riht';: "
"It Is the one-third who are guilty blast. The dejected looking horse there Sumunthn ? i 1 Baying things are so Draught as a laxative: also for headache > t_ .7 Icrinl. jiuli 1 pii I
of extravagant eating and drinking that dragged it was killed. What you building a fire\ under that cheap. i ii :! torpid liver and Indigestion. It mood< Jlyeu". motto'
"w in public places. They spend SSOO.* It is Dr. Norris' bellnt; that the disaster big kettle for? i Who says cheap? Tuu'r all the Is the beat liver medicine I have ever tioiis HO pimjilu/ t
was caused by bomb bomb | time saying I things cheap'' used and it the only medicine I woman cnn ili.innm
000 every night in New York City a -* Going to have a peanut boil tonight. any are give .
alone on resturant supper The nation aa large liS" Rood size shell or a asked Over a few friends for the evening at DeWitt C. Jones Hardware Store. my children. ; nt.w. rich, faileli'KS ,
spends nt least u million dollars small torpedo--thrown from the back Didn't say things were cheap. Said "I feel like It has saved me a lot 5n old garments, draper)
doctors' erin ra, ( lhiog;::, >\
bills for
when the
a day or fi,000,000: a
.t man. a wordto complain feeling bad or have a cold. < ,
,' eating at hotels and restu runts. CT hurled from n high cornice. lIe could sell)) good goods; not cheap goods I mixed pixiili.
me bout it SK>ae youM never lust: give them a good dose of Black-:
"Again it is the one-third who are reported thpt ht found in the body ofRobert mentioned it if I hadn't seen you. For Ho buys the best on the market and Draught; and they soon get; all right. Buy "Diamond p
: mostly responsible; for the waste involved West flay, n 17-year-old vie land's 8"kp. who's coming: sells them as cheap as any man can It certainly cleans the liver and clears ether kind-then |.< '>
In the use of jewelry on whichso tim a section of mootn curved sheet Why, I just invited Cy Perkins and afford to handle, them. That's what I up the skin and they are soon out halts are junriintc., '
have never < i
many niilionn arc being spent. Web iron and l declared this f-o 5/e n soc'ilon his folks. Hill Smith and! family, Ole say well again. "I wouldn't be without it ]>riiRgii' are now obtaining a great many diamonds of the jacket of the bomb. West l)ay Oleson and bin boys and- p Mr. Smlth-Them's my sentiments;: lor anything: Color Curd"- l ,
, other precious stones and wan instantly killed. Seventy years of successful use has ..
q',, articles of ornament from Europe.Amei I Tho only theory the police entertain For land) sake, where are you going: too.Was down there yesterday and Snyder made Thedford's Black-Draught a ----- -

t; 'lea sends to Europe shipload\ of j 11q that the ol I red dray, standing bvi : la put them nil? You're not going to I Ibl'ing j I showed me around. They have member.standard. of household every family remedy.needs Every at ASPIRINName

useful commoilitini v foodstuffs, machinery i the assay office curb bore the bomb, nit that crowd in this house.! some dandy Broad Axes just in, 5 1-2 times the benefit that Black-Draught
und that It .. touched of Just trot it all slicked up; now you're i to 8 inches at $5 to $C. Kelly's Perfect :
cotton. She gets back n wheel wa ( by u percussion jives In helping to cleanse the system -
bamnv load nf diamonds und jewelry. cup/ at the end of a time fuse wanting! to bring in crowd and muss Axes 4tn6 inched, $2.00 to $:!.?5; and to prevent or relieve the troubles
Ji, "The installment system of credit John W. Muntch. of Astoria N, Y., lip everything: :, throw peanut hulls ;i Auto Axes $1.75. Big line of Gun that come from constipation indigestion "Dayer" on Genuine
for clothes and furniture I in a direct visited police headquarters tonight anti cause of n great deal of extravagance I and told of .seeing thlllVa on. all no, sir; you can't do it. |Iof Ranges Stoves and Ol:: Stoves at To keep well your stomach, liver
for It lures its victims with the idea of alone and unmanned, where the crashoeeured. Say Samantha now don't get all the old regular prices. He said farmers and bowels must be In good working ::::) i
; a' small occasional payments of which J h1.t up over a little thing like that. If better clone their dual for cano take help keep them that way, S
r occasional
doses of Thedford's t. ,.
t the total is almost never comprehentrti. Two other men and n boy also] told you don't want them to como in the'mills and syrup boilers and place the Black-Draught. Thousands of homes ,
:t : It is comowhnt as if you had I I the police they saw a covered wagon house I'l tell them about it and hang'I order for cans and barrels. Will want arc never without It. vra \
,tr a small cut in 3 pocket-book and j I marked "explosives" gain,; south in up the lantern on the porch and bring I j them noon n nw. He has some fine For sale by all through it the lesser coins were constantly I lower Broadway about fifteen minute In some old buckets to put the hulls in wagons in stitch\ now $RO and $l0. The genuine has the name 'j JS31;
dropping out. before the 'xploIlLn. The boy said and we'll nit out here on the porch. i He had to build an addition to his Thedford's, on the label. Insist! on get. "f.o
To make n direct appeal to they I ho! saw the wagon at Broadway: nnd What you nil going to set on. You store. No room for what he's got in ting what you ask for. Eo HORI .:

x Aml'rl'nn'on1en is characterized by j Vesey street, while the two men who are not going to hnve my good chairs now. Everything chucked full >ER FOR '. t \V,
,t Mr. Hoover as a high compliment to, I were in 1m automobile said they pass out there in the dew. Trade's picking up nil the time. It In Circuit Court. State PUBLICATION of Florida. Eighth i "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is gcn'a
them "us indicating that they are i I Red the wagon at Broadway and John I'll!! bring in some nail kegs and pays to advertise as folks find out Judicial. Circuit Bradford County In Ch.n- nine Aspirin proved safe by mi.., "'
4I' very largely the guardians of the street. boxes to sit on. Ill fix thing tip and where you are and what you've got to eery.CharlM W. rWpuc.Complainant. and prescribed by physicians fo >\'
American pocket-book Government agents searching::; the have the peanuts all boiled and cooled i sell. I think things are sold as cheapas er twenty years. Accept only an in-
,a, "If the women of America sec their debris after the (explosion said they before they get! here. So don't ,, any man cnn sell goo t goods for. Ttxai Peeplm..., I ,, broken a'er" package which contains
"" opportunity and their duty: and act found the wagon axle and steel wheels worry. I I If you want to buy cheap goods he Defendant I directions to relieve the
upon them clvilzatlon will be the i badly bent but Intact. They Maid this Hero comes Cy's folks. Walk'rlght ', can furnish you but he'll have to makea It ....*"..10.110,. alt.davit appenlw to the Headache proper lieu
dh debtor," concludes Mr. Hoover. I bore out the theory that the metal in. Have some seats out here on the I special order. 1011IIled leeplea the In the defendant abovMtated therein...... that Texai ralgia Rheumatism Toothache,Colds and, Tain.
slugs found embedded Cooler here. hot In Mr. Oleson I think he has named la a ,
I in the sides of porch out Pretty a better -ve.hknt of the State of Florida, and ahe Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost fe'lf
The Quinine That toes Not' Ailed The HeadJVrauno l adjacent buildings and In the street the house-sometimes. Here they j stock of goods than the first time I the la a of of Ray Clt,. Georgia! and Ia Tow cent. sell larger
1 hundreds of feet from Well have big time. Got a been there already. Must have better ave twenty-one year ; It .la therefor* Druggist also
of III tnnkand Iasativ..Rect. tAXATlVb away were not come. a I ordered that acid non.t..ident defendant be "Bayer Is trademarked
1 ; BKOMO QUlMNr; (Tal'etc) ran |I... tnk..n j the metal part of the wagon. Some big pot full of biled peanuts all cool trade all time. I like to trade there. and .la hi-rrby required to appear to the bill' packages. Aspirin
fry anyone without caunlnit arrvulenes., or rinrttnitla of compline filed ..... Bayer Manufacture Monacaicacidester
tlm liuad. Ew.GRUVFasht.wturu.L.: !uc of these slugs picked up soon after ed. Have seats here Mr. Oleson and Cy Perkins-Well, so do I. I didn't Monday, the lat oar In paid of November* on ,or ATD.before of Salicylicacid! -Adv.

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tP- - oil, the establishment of a paper mill, I I

News of Florida in Short ) the starting of the petrinite factory,

Paragraphs. the dozens of new buildings going up !
"-.W'W' TTr

I Live State News : i some berries-and bigger than have things by the been yet way published in there that connection and are Even; a second looue j

......-..-na Ae was I

Told by Our Exchanges.When ;

I''' . . I Sexton George W. Perry, of Evergreen swmeso
\. --" cemetery, Gainesville, was very .
budly hurt Friday morning while in
policeman surprised nix negroes schooners will be established with the
the act of blowing some stumps
shooting craps on the seaboarddock arrival here within a short time of up e .
at Jacksonville, one of the nix the four-nnaeted Secilia M. Douglas with dynamite in the cemetery. It ONE OF my Job, I HAD togo down.
that the fuse had out and .
seems gone .
jumped into the St. Johns river and This vessel will come here from Mar-
Mr. Perry returned to relight it when WAS TO keep a witch.FOR INTO SEVENTEEN dupout. 1
made his ecape. I agues, P. R. for a cargo of lumber and I .
the .
explosion took place, knockinghim
........-.. other vessels' of the I I
same ownershipalso to the ground His face and one HOSTILE patrol, TO RESCUE doughboys: ,
The Southern Cattle Feeding Company will make regular calls at this \ . ;
hand were skinned up considerably, ,
of Green Cove has five AND GAS
sixty; port. attach
and hi* face was covered with blondwhen WHO WERE try In* to smote
acres of fine cane. The sweet potatoes ,
help In the yard reached his
and cow peas are looking fine, and Lightning struck the First' Baptist side. AND LATE. .one. night FRENCH CIGARS. "

the promise of a large yield is ex church at Bradentown Friday eveningat . j
> door.
cellent. about 6:30 o'clock, tearing away .the AND I may bo A mark. f
tile I'alatka is to have a big sugar' mill, .
and doing probably $500 damage.The OF ONE of the dugout !
Virgil Jones, a colored convictt was Manatee county \\'. T. C. U. dis- involving! an immediate expenditureof BUT THERE'S: a limit ,
half a million dollars and tan additional .
instantly killed by a felling: tret last trict convention had just adjournedfor C AND THOUGHT I smelled ara. :'
while working supper when the bolt of lightning I million dollars by the time the ESPECIALLY WHEN.YOU'VE ;iI
Thursday at a logging
I struck the (church and had it mill is completed. The United Sugar I SNIFFED and listened .. {
Newberry occurred .
camp near according to a .ON.LY. ..
and .
I Corporation is behind the project im. pac_
few minutes
received a earlier a number of
telegram Friday by Sheriff
the company will begin making sugar' AND HEARD groans. . .
I people might have been hurt.
P. G. Ramsey. I .
I next year. The, company will grow: a OF THE cigarette
considerable portion of its own rune SO PUT on my mask. s s I
I As the result of a raid on moon '
Fifteen thouollars worth of j shiners but will depend on farmers to grow THAT SATISFY.
by sheriff Dishong! and Deputies AND WENT down to make sure . .
peanuts in a warehouse on the J. R.Hewell Ed Albritton and Thad Gailton, a large amount. According t<> the :

farm near Hereford, wrl'eburlll.'d of Arcadia, Ed :Moore, (colored Isd'ad price agreed upon cane should bring AND FOUND a doughboy: I'M DARNED. glad.. I
I Istroyed
recently in ablaze which do-1 and Press Brown also' (colored the farmers about ?<;iOO an acre rev(- .
I DIDN'T command.
the warehouse and for time' TRYING TO smoke,
a nue.
is in the county jail. The sheriff and
other I
his deputies were fired upon by the A FRENCH cigar AN ARMY corps.
I'I'thrt.atened ,
moonshiners, and all of them received According to prominent and conservative . !

Fishier the nine year-old part of the charge of birdshot with business men of UeFuniak AND I took It away. F

daughtcd of M. Fishier\ a dry goods I which the outlaws' guns were loaded i who were in Pensacola Saturday the 1 VKN.lifHti-rlleldn n cigar, smoker because takes of their IJ *

merchant of Fernandina Killed excitement in that and the AND GAVE bite
was I I city surrounding one. saliiifyliig .body. And yet tliry'r
on Monday in an automobile accidenther Last week at its meeting in Tallahassee is intense, due to the findingof I{ mild, too. Their hll'ncof\ U-st Turk-

back being broken besides rf'ceiv.1 the state road department oil in a brunch about a mile from 1 OF MY own cigarettes; ih and! Domestic ran't be copiedANA I

ing fatal internal injuries, adopted a resolution authorizing the the city. Thousands of people have And l what a blend it ill I No wonder
sulting in a few hours. chairman of the board to proceed on visited the place and taken samplesof .very. nest night. Ch..t.rlld.1. "lIut l/II'" i

I the conjunction of rock base of eighteen the oil-and declare that the oil is a ,

The highest' point in Florida whose feet in width and eight }Inches in natural flow and no "fake" about it. !

altitude has been determined I Is Iron I thickness' on state road No. 1 between The/ oil covers the surface of the creekto

Mountain in Polk county which according Lake City and the end of the brick u depth of an inch or mole, and

to the United States geologl-\ pavement out of Jacksonville.Just although many gallons of is have l been

cal survey, stands r35 feet above sea removed the flow is steady iand t'ffoit

level. The average elevation of the a quarrel over a debt of $1.50 are being made to take the oil from estcnDiekt

state as computed by the geological arid one man is dead and anotherwounded. | the water and store it.

survey in about 100 feet. Two colored men in the U

I employ of the Plant City Turpentine I The 7-jear-old adopted son of I], A.

A plant for the manufacture of Company, returning from work Tuesday Pottsdumer, one of the most aubstanclored

tractors will 'be' erected at Jacksonville quarreled over the sum owned to tial residents of Tallahamicc-,

by a company recently organized Handy Chandler by Joe Cohen Words was electrocuted when he came in contact

for that purpose.' In Jacksonville were quickly followed by blows with with a )live wire at the intersection

also o $2,000,000 sugar cane companyhas i implements of their work, resulting in of Madison and Kronough scoots.

been formed. A similar companyhas I the death of Hancock. It appears that the boy And his mother -

been organized at Miami I, Da., I u_ I Ii were returning to their home after -r( _
with $1,000,000 capital. i'I The Farms Products Association of'' a severe wind and ruin-sorm, which -- -.---- FC

I Perry, has made a splendid start toward struck the city, and the wire which and overalls end a hat that was badly angles on tu Crab grass at $35 per ton is recompensing -1 caused the lad's death, hud been I'
: currying out their original plansin faded and almost red. After making give direction and diitunco to mnin Wednesday' \'
some of the potato growers thrown down by a limb blown from
growing cane on n large scale and in all directions from
t-xamiimtilon of the towns points
complete nnd of I.nCrossopanned
as an It..v.Jollity family,
who were drowned out for their losSes I in mill with which it huge tree nearby. The wire was 1
j erecting a to place where All
erected really
body the rendered they are kern
as was possible jury through Saturday enroutoIn !
the crop of hay being the largest | on the market a superior brand of an arc circuit and the streets at this its verdict to the effect that tho I dangerous curves und crossings will Wiiteroak, !It

seen in Hastings: in years. Thereis pure cane syrup.' One hundred acres point had been accordingly made dark. also be correctly' nnirkeil. There will ;
deiud unknown and tobin
no corn, but the hay is being harvested ; of land was secured on the railroad In crossing the street the boy noticedthe death man wan through unknown came cuum'S.Tho bn nothing hit 1'1'> minx about tliiit work ,1..1'Sleel-gee: ) n and family, of ItriinkerjinsHc
at as great profit would wire sputtering on tho ground andit >d through kern, Sunday i "
: as I' six miles east of Perry which will be body was buried near where it and 1 preparations, which will make for
have accrued from a good corn crop. planted to cane this fall, enough set.dalrl'ady ia said that in his childish curiosityhe found economy mill accuracy have been Mr. and Mm.' J. ioodge: and lion.I' ,
was : !Saturday und :Sunday'
having been secured to plant reached and picked it up. going on for months ut signjestingheadqustlers : spent
at I'ahal1l; with fiiendst.IJilia ,. '
The board of county commissionersof I I
the :
tract. ...orlalioll.At
| | of the 1I .
I Parties coming into this city IhU prows numbered the
St. Lucie has closed :, was on
county a con
One of the passengers aboard A, C. thu presentline the special cline
morning from the western portion of nick lint last work.
tract with tho Ojus Hock Milton of 227 Market street J
Byron :
; L. train No. 9, duo to arrive in Gainesville collecting ford> / unto is wOI''k
Ojus, for 200,000 cubic )' company.j'j Jacksonville reported to the police |I at 8:13 p. m Saturday saw a thc county made u most horrible find from northwest' Florida und turningin .

at 75 cents a cubic yard, aggregating lute Thursday night that he was held) j I man lying on the tracks near Mmide- wbout two ruilcH form Lake City when data for hundreds, of these duplex '

$150,000. The rock is to be used in'' up by three negro men in Springfield I ville as the train passed and told the they discovered the body of a man in signs.: It will cover! all' parts of the Jft off Corns!
the of roads under Milton stated I I an automobile, n cur the highway.
construction terms park and robbed of $03. [ conductor, who immediately signaledfor state At Orlttiiilo u worm-drive"

of the recent $550,000 public highways that he was going through the park the train" to stop. At the same' They reported thu mutter to tho Sheriff :: truck ID being' outfitted. to entry signs:

bond issue. 'I when a negro approached him and I I time tho colored fireman, who had who Immediately left for\ the(Gillen scene und pouts over the roulo laid out by Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone
accompanied by County
asked him for a cigarette, and then been out on tho running ,board missed l ho tho clatnl'olll'I'tllloplllhfilld'r.. The costs only a few cents I
revealed the that
Finishing touches arc being put on "braced" him for a dime, saying he : the engineer, L. P. Nicholson, upon his Investigation fact [ entire job when completed some time
I been Kxuminntlon ;
hud dead for several days. 1G
the concrete steamship Moffitt, under was hungry. Tho negro's confeder- the cab and
return to was just starting I in the next four month will give to i
construction at the plant of A. Bentley atcs then came into action, and held j to stop the engine when he iccclvrd of papers fact found that on the his" person mail's Florida the most permanent mend at.lJ''l'tlvl' t
established the
& Sons, Jacksonville and the him while the first negro went thru the conductor's signal. The fireman rand marking In any state, 1
Warrlner and
launching will take place probably. his pockets. Officer A. N Reddy investigated backed the train to where the body I name waR George and will be tremendous. dvertle-
I' I home ot Barberton, (). Parties at the 1
within two weeks, according to of- the hold-up. lay iti the bushes and it was foundto merit for Florida. |
dials of the plant The Moffitt is ex. j bo the engineer. Mr. Nicholson, hnnring: stated' .that the two men were: f
Tho Kxecutlvc: Committed of tho
seen' at the pluce'wliero the body was ,
pected to erter the oil trade betweenth "Things are happening so fast in plained that he had gone out on "X-I I Automobile Asttoclulin Is. flguilng''
found lat
Tuesday evening preparing I
Unitd! States and Cuba the development of Walton county other board
running to inspect'
|j l and ofincreasing
hard theno
I their evening nieul. It is tlio opinion days on ways mounw j l'
that you can hardly keep up with drive wheels arid that the hand
I I the, membership to such >
now that War finer was shot' by his
Regular railings between Jackson- them," remarks the peFuniak Hreexo. had given away, falling from the tojcomolive I extent, that the of the signposting I l'l
companion lima Tuesday' night expense j
ville and Porto Rico by a line of "The new contracts for drilling for to the grade below. Mr. I some :
I robbed! and left in the car. This sup ( ( taken cure of. They are | l;
Nicholson) wag badly injured In the
]I position is borne out by the fart that I culling on every community to help
left 1 leg 1! and suffered several bad he displayed quite a roll of bills when by Mending in memlier lilp to this nonprofit if
he paid for his gasoline and riot even organization, or they will III'- I

--a. nun penny WAS found tin bin person I cent BuliHrrljjtlnx, to this fund Annual i I
certainly want to Monday afternoon J. n. Holly, colored ; nnd.
-yOU nor among his effects. His'Ioi'y'hlld dues. in Association arc $10
money, and you living three miles north of Ocala boon carefully, covered with a heavy I entitle niernlirr to many direct and Indirect \
would like to have better takings. came in and reported to the sheriff udvuntiiKes.
overcoat and blankets, while over his j
With your finger! 1'ou..n lift
It's the that he had found the body of a white
Then use Cclumet. head a heavy coat was thrown, which This publicity Iri this paper, which haul. ..orll. noft corn or oorii botwxrn ,
biggest thing can do to improve man in a barn on the farm adjoiningthat ties toe ,,,
you'ovt'l''d every portion of is p member of this Automobile Association nail tI lord akin pulliiriv* from
the of bikings of his When the coroni'sjury
quality your own.
lidttoin of fcpt.A .
the body. A bullet hole was found i i..* a plea for help in thin ,
-and lower baking costa arrived it was found that the I
on the left side of his face Just below campaign, und it uuthV>rl7. d 1 by the tiny of "Frvc/nna" colt little
13 made in thr largest body wan badly decomposed that dailY drug .tore "
Calumet ; HO the eye and had the appearance of Executive Committee of Florida's | apply|> few drop
Baking Powder Identification Examination upon the corn or 0111 1111. It '
most sanitary was impossible. lnatntly
Factories In the World. Na Baking of the clothing revealed nothing having been fired either from a high biggest public service organl/utlon. .I<>;,. hurling, then shortly. you lift tlml ,r

Powder la male and-r better that would lend to his I Identity powered rifle or a largo: calibre pis, Send applications fur membership, or porn or ...11". right off root

conditions-none can be better la tol. rush subscriptions| to headquarters, and nil. without one flit of pain ot *or.. ,dass. .I,
but sewed on the Inside of bin. coat .. No
quality.It Orlando. f"ulyl humbug I

contains only tuch ingredients lining there was found a wallet containing WILL vou IIILP: --'" I ,_,_._-_.. J
a few curious. looking tools,
!SIGN-POST rioiui :
as have been officially endorsed supposed to be used in picking locks. WATKKMII.LWatermiH tirwve'e I..h '"+a chill I..s ,), I
the U. S. Pure Food An absolute guaran- His. clothing consisted of a blue shirt I ...turns vlullry HIMI ouxriiy l I"y ..uriryla* end ra'a
The Florida State Automobile Association 24. Mis Rhoda
Sept ,
tccthat it Is pure --- ,k'h"ul.h. t>lm.l. You mil .>*ta Umft*ttimammnlni. I
has started their program: Brown entered school at lirooker last lavtilurillua' Lffivf Prim. Wfe. .

{ K oroi THE BEST PROOF of xign-posting! all the doubtful junction Monday. t I -
points on the road of the State. W. It. II
The expense of this. work will run Into rook er on business Saturday !

rwWa thousands of dollars, .and he onlysource Carlo.* Carter wag on tho sick l list!

of revenue of the Association! i I. lust week.
Given by Starke Citizen.
the annual due of members. O. W. Thomas and Jew Kelly attended DAVISAgency I I.

Doan Klilii" pill were ukod- The program of the State Associa church near Wateroak Saturday ,.

flt. tion call for m"tallllgnil on 4x4 white and Sunday

... dents Tin.. rtory wan told to StorUe roM posts. There will be sign at right 0.I J. O. Green and family and J, Est. 1886 )

Time has strengthened; the vdenne -


HUH proven the result lasting

OVVClER.aT..TUT" The testimony! Is home testimony Kill That Cold With

The proof convincing .. i

It ('''ii be Invmt'gated 1 by Mttrk ft

It received highest Awards, P'-UI' III* icLLS I :

World's Pure Food exposition Chicago Mrs J W Andrew. Madison AV.,

Paris Exposition, Paris- !, "" ax 'I 1 have used Doon'x Kid -y' - -. ;,]

France- positive proof of iw super Pillfor kidney complaint and ru k. ,

ior merit. rhea anti have ramrred fine! rnmlU.I ( QUININE! "' V
c'' "" CASCAfA" ,
It is used by more house- g.r: I feel j'mi'floit! |In recommending this

wives and domestic sciential! than Recipe mod'rlne'! I
other brand. 3.cup a pellft1l'' On April !A. 19111. Mri Andrew AND
any II"..'t.len' 1C- Cold Or-t\.Q" '
Calumrti&kliur said : "I think Just the Home ofOuan'a Coogb L Grippe
is sold atamoderate price.All
It ; ::
fowclrr. H '
Kidney I'll,> n w ar I 1'lleI!] "n
you have to do I it to compare butter ll tcup.costa '
to determine how much you r..n..d URitr I recommended tl tm before I limn Neglect Colds! arc Dangerous

can save by buying Calumet nip cold water a- fei. bad no return of kidney trouble clues\ Tales no crutrirvn. Keep tlii'i i '..,.lI.,1 renifdy: bee.dy for the flfitt) ."*.....

Gluten Is the muscle building !part N'hnnotseasa. Itemioon thin remedy. cured me" brirakn up M 'iil) J in :24 h'liiri* Keliv

ofii-; ; hl la of pr *at Importance Than or o raul( Prli' tide at all dealer Don't Grippe if) -a i'xcttlliini for H.a<1. <;hQuitrin .

To be surf oii get it In baking ID sh.g.eWar saw imply n-k for a kidney r"roeay-* tDoan' in bill form do,-. not affect the h..d-C w-:.,. I. bnl Tunic
your I' Kldnev .lltICtb. genie the t I.... Opiate In Hill', *.
oae intk.'ir! > 'HI
(nt.rlnsing/ flnurlf Co Mfr fald, N Y DRUGGISTS SELL IT I

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