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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: October 1, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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 FORTY-TWO. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1920. NUMBER FOURTEEN t

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PRICES DUE FOR A TUMBLE DEATH OF MR. C. A. MIXON -- -.. .. STARKE GUN CLUB SEABOARD I'ROVIUlNGem d
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ACCORDING TO THE DEALERSFoodstuff HEAVY TOURIST TRAVEL

First Shoot Tmik Place Lam Thursday -
Would Show an Immediate Saturday morning our town was AfternoonA G. Z. Phillips assistant passenger
shocked and saddened to hear of the
Decline but for 1C R. ConditionSt. "Ginger Up"What railway
traffic manager for the Seaboard -
sudden death of Mr. C. A. Mixon one i I I -
expects a very heavy tourist :
of Starke's old and respected citizen very enthusiastic gathering of
Louis, Sept. 24-Potatoes at any travel to Florida the coming winter.
Mr. Mlxon had been in failing; health sportsmen of the Starke Gun Club
price the consumer feels like paying I since last December, and everything Starke needs more than anything else is tor took place on the temporary grounds In telling how his road will carrytravelers
winter reduction in the from northern to
big
this a points
possible had been done to prolong his Thursday afternoon. Some of the local j
cost of the Thanksgiving spread and I life but his malady was incurable, and its business men and citizens generally! to "ginger up" I cruck'shots who rarely ever miss Jacksonville, Mr. Phillips bas the following ,

-most important of all-a real and his sudden death relieved him of Intense and tell the world that we have "the Roods" for the a quail were badly battled by the little !! to say about trains existingor
cut in the of foods contemplated between" Jacksonville
permanent price suffering which he had patiently home in Florida. Our I clay pigeon. .
man who is looking for a people I
predicted today by retailers, deal. and Tampa and St. Petersburg" all
was
ffhe of
borne for many months i result the first meet wa as
past.
en and wholesalers along; commission should study up a bit on the resources and advantagesof I', follows: of which" must pass through Starke,
and in various city markets here. The-funeral took place Sunday afternoon I The!' Seaboard will establish a,new
row 8:30 I Starke and Bradford county, talk about them among Name !Miss Hit Av.
at : at the residence and I .
have last fast limited' train between Jacksonville
at they !
,
Bumper crops the say was attended by a large number of themselves and then talk them to the other fellow. Get i I Joe Wainwright u..'- I 6 10 C.07I Tampa St. Petersburg and Sar. k
in solving: apparently un- ,
joined
Dr. II. Clarvoe ....... 6 9 5911!
solvable problem of the high cost of relatives beautiful and flowers friends who had brought of the'habit of being enthusiastic about the advantagesof I'' i I' Wm. Powell .____u_t 6 0 51111 asota. This train will probably be established
as an expression
toting. their esteem and sympathy. Rev. B. your own town and county. Enthusiasm is infec I Wm. Walnwright _u_ 7 8 63Hi : the latter part of November

Today's prices for vegetables and D. Law, of the Baptist church, con- tious. When once thoroughly started it spreads' and : i I 1 Jack Howe _un__ 5 5 500 as sist the the Seaboard peopl of is endeavoring Florida in lengthening to;as-
fruits were from 26 to 66.23 per cent ducted the funeral service H. McLane ___u_____ 9 6 SilO! !
being as- ; the vinlcr tourist
lower than a month ago. For instance, spreads. Paul E. Canova Jr.9 6 31W season.
sisted by Rev J. C. Diggs; of the i, The fast train from Jackson
new
tomatoes which sold at 25 cents per I I ,M. F. Brown ___ 10 I 5 :mIII. !
Methodist church. Rev. Law read i ---'
That telling the good things about your county will j yule via Seaboard will leave Jackson.
box retail thirty days ago; are today : part of the fifteenth of First | C. Wall __un____ 11 4 206I
I chapter attract favorable attention is shown by the of : yule at 10 p. m., arrive Tampa at 6:45
an
quoted around ten cents, while the Corinthians and also the comforting case I W. II. Graham ____u 11 4 266 ,1
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quotations on larger quantities has assurance from the first part of the advertisement that appeared in the Telegraph last I F'. L. Turner ________ 8 I 2 200( a 8:20 m.. arriving Sura at St. Petersburg at
: a. m., and ,sola at 8:15 a. m.
dropped from $1.50 per bushel to SO fourteenth of G. !M. lumen ________ 12 3 200I'J.
St. John Miss
chapter week. The Bank of Starke carried advertisement of
an Arrival tUU train at Sarasota and
cents a bushel. Doris Miss I L. J'eck .________ 9 1 100
u.w. Ruby Mae Poppelland : St. Petersburg will be In time
But for high freight rates and lack B. D. Law softly "Nearer showing the growth of bank deposits for the past sev- L. A. Davis -u. 14 1 0irt( ampla
sang for
to breakfast at
get
of railroad facilities some dealers de. i I A. Z Adkins _._ .. ID 0 000 passengers
My God to Thee" and "Safe in the eral years and incidentally calling attention to some of h - .these points on their arrival.This 1.
clare prices on foodstuffs would be Arms of I Dr. E. L. HilTBS _.... 6 0 000 i
Jesus. the ,many opportunities for money-making in Bradford ; train will hand! not only local ,
The
back to pre-war normal in a very The interment took second shoot of the gun club
short time. The abundant crops will morning in the family place lot at Monday Provi- i l county. The advertisement fell under the eye of an I took place yesterday afternoon at 2 ;, sterner equipment of the very latest
1 between those but will also
typo points -
cause a reduction in canned goods as dence cemetery, where Rev. Norris, of editorial writer 4on the Times-Union, Florida's most o'clock. f
well as fresh vegetables and fruits, i I The scores made will bo a weekly I handle through ,keeper equipmentcoming !
the Baptist church, preached the funeral
they aver. widely read"newnpaper, with the result that it was feature of the Telegraph, and It will I Into Jacksonville from New!' i

A canvass of the retail, wholesaleand in charge sermon of the DeWitt funeral arrangements C. Jones; was made the subject of one of the leading editorials in the i be Interesting to note how the different -i York on the Seaboard Florida Limited .
I and Seaboard train No 1. This
commission dealers in vegetablesand The pallbearers were: H. M. Snyder issue of that paper for last Tuesday, The editorial is shooters will improve from that
service will be the best service
fruits today brought forth the I time to time. To break a clay pigeon; j
W. Stringfellow John Fralick and well worth careful reading, and it is here reproduced: I requires lightning and bus ever been operated) between New
following summary of the situation: Orson Tison. I quick work
There is a tendency in all lines of Charles skill will be acquired with practice York and Eastern points and Tampa ,
Mixon born in
Ashley was I St. Petersburg and Sarnsola.
toward reduction MONEY MEASURES\ COUNTmOWTII i .-' i i
foodstuffs with an
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Wilcox County Ga., Jan. 25, 1857, The return movement of this. train
average 25 to SO points reduction over being at the time of his death sixty- 1 1I I MRS ItlTCII ENTERTAINS. will be on the sumo quick HC-hvdul a*

a month ago in effect, vegetablesand three and eight months of Advertisements : I --- ,
years age. of the right sort are a wonderful the southbound movement, leaving
fruits suffering the heaviest cuts. His father was Jesse Mixon and his I Mrs James Hamilton Ritch entertained e
source of information. For instance, picking up a Brad Tampa late at night; and connecting
Cabbage, potatoes, onions and other mother, previous to her marriage; was ford Florida the other day we foundat II Tuesday afternoon from four to In the morning at Jacksonville with
home commodities cost much county, newspaper six In attractive
staple compliment to her
Mary Ashley. About fifty Florida
years ago train No. 2, and the Seaboard
loss than a few months ago. he moved with his parents to Brad- least one such advertisement, one that was conspicuous II sisters, Mrs. G. F. Say It.., of Miami Limited.

Apples BBC so plentiful they can be ford county, and since that time has for the information it imparted. It was a bank and Mrs K.: K, Peiryman who has The Seaboard will also operate between fk

had on the levee'as low as $3 per bar continuously lived here. Oct. 17, 1881, advertisement in which the wide-awake writer said : just returned from New York. Jacksonville and South 1 Florida ? ,

rel. New York, one dealer asserted, he was united in marriage: to Miss Where a people can more than treble their The reception room was ducorated the popular "Floridian," trains 15 and

has raised enough; apples this year to Laura Bielling-!, of Providence. Of I I with fall flowers, the stately goldenrod 1(1.( Then trains will leave Jacksonville
bank in five there must be good
deposits years opportunities I yellow asters and! marigolds the
the
supply whole country, and there ,
this union three children were born I : at 1 p. m. daily, arriving at Tam.
for
are bumper crops in other states. two of whom survive their parents. I money-making. I flowers being arranged in vases and ; IIH in time for supper and going thruto

Keiffer pears are so plentiful that Sometime after the death of his first True, and the writer of the advertisement, from I 1 | bowls and the mantel banked with St. Petersburg;, stopping at Clearwater e

they seem to be growing on fences. wife he was married to Miss Anna I which the above is quoted gave some very interesting I golden hurt! beauties and vines, while and Itellalr. Train No. 1C, the

There is an oversupply of peachesover Bell, of Gainesville, Ga., on Dee 7, figures in support of his statement and that also meas. in the music room choice roses und Floridian, leaving Jacksonville at 1 p.
I
ferns
the country. Potatoes have drop- 1004, and shortly after his second the growth of Bradford county in the matter of % were used in. daily making a splendid. connection Y
one-third in price during the last ures !\trl<. Hitch and the of honor Jackson
moved guests
ped marriage; he to Starke where I for passengers; arriving at
cattle and live stock raising
month. The country this year raised for fourteen years he was engaged; in agricultural development, received at the door of the receptionroom ville from all middle western points. 1

170,000,000 more bushels of potatoes keeping a general merchandise store. dairying etc., for Bradford is not a manufacturing I the hostess wearing a white Train No, 1(1(\ will give passengersfrom

than last year one dealer declared.A lie was always known as a straightforward county. Its wealth ('omclIlargely from the soil Fifteen : I voile dress trimmed with handsome ; South Florida points a late .

produce man did not believe turkey honest man and his life years ago according to the Bank of Starke, responsiblefor lace. Mrs. Sayles was elegantly gown morning departure from St. Petersburg '

in the middle west will sell as was like an open book to all his fellow the advertisement here referred to, Bradford county : ed In cream lace with an overdrapery ', Clearwater and Uelluir, and the -

high as forty cents a pound this men; as a father he was affectionate i "did not have an incorporated bank" This docs not of shell pink taffeta, and her effective 1 I'>. tan departure which will I 1m after!

Thanksgiving because of great num- and kind and as a husband he wan : I indicate that there was no money in the county at that i iI costume was completed by a string of'I lunch from Tampa with a direct connection -

ber of birds raised in Texas, and a faithful and loving. When a young time that its people were not thrifty. No doubt there I II j I pearls. Mrs ferryman wore B becoming at Jacksonville for :Seaboard;
general reluctance of buyers to purchase man he heard a sermon that impressed ) I I establishment frock of rose crepe meteor fin. train No 4 to Washington and New _'
I I was some money there for one private banking .1.1I I I
Ished with her .
: him much, being preached I embroidery to match York and a direct connection at Jacksonville
-= from the very text "Why halt ye between I had deposits aggregating 125000. Let that only ornament being a pearl necklace. for all the big western trains i

two opinions and soon after he I amount start the measuring of the growth of Bradford! i, Punch was served on tho front. veranda Ivaviiig/ Jacksonville for miildlu western i
Sugar !at $11 a Hundred Predicted united with the Baptist church at I I county, particularly as shown by the money depositedin by Mrs. J. M. Ilrownloe and cities.The ; ,

Denver, Colo., Sept. 24.-Foodstuffs Providence of which he was a char their home banks by the people of that county. | !Mrs Roscoe McLane, the punch bow] Sc-pboard will'abo operate ,'
both wholesale and retail in Denver After coming to Starketo I being heed' on a table which was srI trains No.1 and I 2 between!! Jackson- i
member. ;
have joined in the nation-wide tumblein ter live he his church membership : In 1905 the Bradford county bank deposits! aggregated i iI I tistleully decorated with the pink villa and Tampa, with ampin I Aral

the last two days and merchants placed the time of his death as above stated, 125000. In 1910 they had advanced flowers and vivid green leaves of the sleeps equipment to taki care of the ,
and at
predict a further decline before the he had here been member of the churchof I to $212,814,54, in 1915 to 322649.10, and by I I antiirnon vine. local business between these points. "
end of the month. a I June 30,1920, had reached the million dollar mark and I Tho feature of the evening was u Train No. 1 will leiivo Jacksonville I
his choice for
Potatoes which started the seasonat forty years. beyond it, to be exact, $1,039.75.J.47-more than trebled I"I'' number of beautiful vocal ...selections at 10:16: I p. m., arriving: at Tampa at *

.$2.15 a hundred for the crop are Besides his devoted wife, the deceased I the deposits of the preceding five-year period. I Mrs. J. E. Futch singing "A Lullaby"and 7 a. m., and train No. 2 will leave f,

selling at $1.25 in the fields today. leaves two daughters, Mrs. Lu- "Good-bye to Summer," by To.ti. .- Tampa at IJO:: p. tan arriving at Jack tJ:
Other vegetables have made a proportionate genia; Rimes, of LaBellc; Mr. Theo. With such a record is it any wonder that the Starke Mrs Futch was accompanied by sonville at 0:45: a. m. Train No. 2 fft.

decline. Lowe, of Tampa; a brother, N. A. banker points to it with commendable pride, pride in I Mrs DeWitt C. Jones Mrs. A. 1.. Ad. will carry a sleeper from Sarasota to I x

Number one northern wheat has Mixon, of Dundee; two sisters Mrs. his county's development and progress and says to his kina, accompanied. by her sister, Mrs. Jacksonville, giving passengers lenv- ,

dropped three cents at Colorado elevators Susan Bielling, of Providence and fellow-citizens: W. II. Barrett sang, "From the Landof tug Sarasota a late departure after

since the first of the'week. Mrs. A. L. King, of Bowling Green, the Sky Blue Waters" (Cadman) supper to arrive in Jacksonville ear r
Hogs, on the hoof which started the and a number of other relatives more This is the sort of news to tell the newcomerto : and "Sorter Miss You." Mrs., E. K. ly the following morning and connect G

week at $18.50 per hundred for top distantly connected.The our county. Tell him also about our fertile lands, II Ferryman, accompanied by Mrs. De- with the Seaboard Florida Limited or

light; weights; were selling at $18.75 out of town relatives who attended the best in the state of Florida ; about our freedom Witt C. Jones, sang "Where My Caravan No. 2 to Washington; and New York. i

this morning. Cattle have skidded 50 the funeral were: A. T. Bell from malaria; about our opportunities for stock I Has Rested" and "There Are The Seaboard will also operate fast 4

cents to $1 in the past four days. of Mendcs Ga.; Jesse Bielling and raising and dairying; about our wonderful crop I Fairies at the Bottom of our Garden," local trains Nod. 8 and. between
Mrs. Susan Bielling:, of Providence; Mrs Julian L. I'oek.. little Miss Harriet Jacksonville and Tampa, with broiler
hundred is predictedby and things' that
Sugar at $11 a yields and the hundred one good ; '
Theo. ,
Dundee Mrs.
of
Mixon
wholesale houses to be effective N. A. ; Hitch and Mrs. Sinclair) L. I'oek parlor car equipment Train No.3 ;
with "honest to goodness" con-
before the end of the "canning sea !Lowe: of Tampa.GAINES4'ILLE'S. can be said an I assisted the hostess serving: a beau leaving; Jacksonville after the arrivalof

son." --...------ science. tifully appointed ice course of cream Seahonnl train No, 3 from Washington I

POPULATION Aside from the pleasurable gratification derived 'I and pound cake ; and New York. ,

Announce Cut in Lumber Prices from reading and citing this particular bank advertise The guest* numbered particular :

26. Reduction in Sttarke Should Emulate, GainesvilleIn ment because it contained reliable information thereis friends of the hostess. and the honor TO 1IIE LADIES'Our I '
Chicago; Sept. s guest
Feb Taking Private Census another reason for referring to it. That is that it in '
prices of 16 to 35 per cent over ----- ----- supervisor of registration/ toll
ruary quotations is announced by retail very evident that this Starke banker has a proper estimate !- I VETERANS: MEETING: MONDAY that registration of women for vot ,j'j'UII

dealers in Chicago; with an aver- The government; census returned of the value of the country about his city in its I ing at the general election coma In

age wholesale reduction of 27.per cent Gainesville's population as 5286.The relation to the prosperity of the latter. He realizes Camp was called to order at ten but slowly. The last day when rogis- '

throughout the country according to chamber of commerce thought this I that from the country, very largely! comes the money I I II o'clock by W. T. Weeks C C., and tratlon ran bar done I is on October Vth. ,

statistics made public by L. R. Put. too small and decided to take a cen- that enables him to show a 900 per cent gain in Brad I II prayer offered by Chaplain I- W. It is well known that all women did ;'
of the wholesale This was done on I I II Kirkliter Minutes of last to have the voting' franchise
man directing manager; sus of their own. ford county bank deposits in the 15 years preceding meeting not earn I'I
I
lumber association. The greatest !Monday and showed a permanent also enables him to that his I rend and approved. Those answering: conferred upon them, and that many ,
I W20 and that say
1 reduction la in hardwood, quotations population of 7096. From Tuesday's June JO, with the i to. roll call were: W. T. Weeks I D. look upon voting with apathy. Yet '

; being reduced 35 per cent under Gainesville News we take what follows own bank's deposits, during! the year ending; J. Byrd, S. F. Morgan L. W. KickJiter things are now in such a shape that, , i'

: February prices. : ;, above date, made a gain of 50 per cent or $50,000. J I. Dulmse I. W. I'inholster to Insure a democratic government e

"All of the enumerators chosen by There are other counties in Florida showing results j I J. n. Horrid, J, T. Jones, W. M. Pow. for our country, and perhaps our ,

LATH MANUFACTURERS ENLARGING the Chamber of Commerce to retake similar to those of Bradford county some showing .1 er, W. H.I Finals After roll call came state the women must make the sac 1",

THEIR OUTPUT the census of. the city had reported to I and smaller financial strides forward the election of officers for the ensuing l'Jft"f'-.lf sacrifice it I H-to vote. The :.!
Engineer CMlrns at noon today i greater' some I year which was as follows: W. T. white women' vote will l largely' be .''j 4
City and industry.
J. F, Canova has lately acquired a and a complete tabulation showed that in the march of progress and enterprise Weeks, C. C.; John Croft 1st Lieut.; democratic. The colored women, who tare

C partnership in the firm of Cooper & I Gainesville had a resident populationof I There are other banks also all prospering, but they are : D. J. Byrd, 2nd Lieut t J. I. D'ibose, eager to register/ will vote the ,

iSnollgrove lath manufacturers. Mr. 7,09 people an increase of 913 I not all as frank in admitting and saying publicly whatis 3rd Lieut; S, F. Morgan, Adjt.; J.. W.Klckliter republican ticket. Therefore to counteract j 1

J Canova having an interest in the can- i people in the last ten-years, or approximately a fact-that the great wealth the permanent. wealthof I chaplain and treasurer; J. the latter influence which leads II .

ning factory building north of the depot 11.5 per cent. Florida, is in its soil. B. Florrid, sergeant; .J. W Ostenn. vii to calamity, let our white women vote r
li arrangements were made to move i dette. and register for voting not later than Ti
when
"These figures are interesting iota from the worth and )
I the lath mill there, and a force has This is not detracting one Delegates elected to go to Houston October 9th. '
shed compared with those of the government ; of the cities of Florida, all of which are the _..
f been busy this week building a the had 6- importance I Texas to the general reunion next ------- --- -
showed city
j for the mill machinery on the west which in the tan pride of the state. But after all, where would they be wee week were L. W. Klckliter and CARD OF THANKS .
of 897 past
I aide of the building. 286 a loss but for the country sections about them sections that J. I. Duboso. --- ,,
I
With the Increase of facilities and I years. complete, as I year after year are pouring forth a golden stream o{ The W. T. Weeks chapter U. I). C, I desire to sincerely thank the poo-

| means it is intended. to greatly increase -: "The work is not be yet a few familiesto I wealth, expressed convincingly in dollars that is both entertained the veterans with'a sumptuous pie of Starke for their many

I the output of lath. To this end there will probably misled of county growth and unassailable" !! dinner. 'Eleven veterans and es during the long Illness
that were the measure
will be substituted turn in their names money forty members of the chapter and of husband C. A, Mlxon.klndnt'J J
a powerful steam engine in the enumeration, and when the evidence of the fundamental importance of the rural !. my 4
used also their families the
for the one now sat down to an excellent thanks are due
for lists are all properly checked up some sections of the date.Bankers are more and more appreciating -
( more saws. Later on machinery \ dinner the menu being all follow. town for their untiring efforts relieve
l making shingles may be added, or duplications may appear however it : this and are as never before reaching out helping Chicken pilau cabbage slaw, pickles their patient and for their kind ..; '
total will
[ machinery for box mak>g or veneerIng is not believed that" the sum I hands to those who are cultivating the fields and jellies preserves" boiled hAm, potatoI consideration at all time i 1

l .it has not yet Been decided as drop below 7,075. Starke have not yet I the groves, who are raising more and better catttle and I salad, bread, butter, ice tea and wf- MRS. ANNA MIXON. 1

to what kind. The partners are all The returns for not followGainesville's livestock to all who in any worthy way are laboring In i fee, with a dessert of ice cream unit :
but why
J energetic men, and their many friends ,1 been made public example, and take cen- the development of the vast and rapidly growing vaster | several kinds. of cake. The dinner wa' MAKES HARP PORK t

[ confidently hope that a big factory 1 i ? That would be a fitting I natural resources of the state, all of which practical I nerved at the court house and greatly: Hogs pastured on corn, velvet beans f -
will ultimately result from their la- pus of our own and : enjoyed by all. and heggarweed/ always kill hard. At \
bors. Initiatory task for our new I cooperation bespeaks an era of greater prosperity 0- __.__ _-'''__ least this U the report of II, D. Wood, '.

i -- -- Chamber of Commerce and we would]I advancement than Florida ever has known. i Mrs A. H. Freeman has sold her a successful farmer of the Evlnston 1 ,'

A. M. Williams and little son, of then have reliable figures. The in a work day. --- -- .. .. ---- -.. ". Klngnley lake cottage to L. A. Davis. section, Alachua county. !11
be accomplished
could easily
Hampton, were in Starke Monday. I i



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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. dltIDAT', OCTOnKR I. I so,

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Olustee, visited her brot.herlath! ville, visited relatives in Lawtey' last"at them. Of course it was very dif home of Mr. apd Mrs. Clark !?,'.,

\i Hurst, Sunday weeic-end. I I I tlC'uJt"for me ,to believe this, for although Starke, Sunday night.\ All invited.

Mrs. C. E. Vining:, of Baker county, Mrs Frank'P&rks is spending about I have heard of eagles attackIng .

1 I was the guest of her' daughter, !Mrs two weeks in Jacksonville before re-I aviators before I never heard of WHY'HENS: FEATHERS

Emily Hurst, Sunday: turning to her home in Fort any smaller birds, or flocks of smaller Animal protein is essential to '

1 County News Items Mr. and Mrs. Oad Dobbs, of Sapp, She has spent six weeks with friends birds atempting fight an airplane, production. If it is not furnished egg in

visited his parents last week-end. and relatives in Lawtey and Starke. but as their activities to tear holes in the form of meat scraps or tankage'

Miss Kathryn Dekle visited Mr. and Rev E. D. Boyer has returned froma I the fabric of my plane's wings con- hens frequently eat feathers. If the

Our Mrs. DeWitt Knight of Lake Butler, two weeks' visit with relatives in tinued, I came to the conclusion that feeding ot meat' scraps or tankae.
Interesting Pacts Gathered During the Week by during the week-end.' Alabama. He left Saturday for Ing- such was the case. does not stop' this practice, bone m'.lshould
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;' Regular ,Corre pon
I was in this section Sunday Joe Marr visited relatives in Highland the tricks I knew, rolling looping. -

-- -. George; Mikel! of Olustee visited at Saturday. diving, doing Immelman turns, and Loads CatiflC UI 'rlp and IaGueuza

liROOKER Walter Knight, J. E. and Hal Maines, the home of Mr. and Mrs. :M. II, Hurst Geo. H. Beavers was a business vis- diving' in turn, but the birds followedme .X/VTVEPRCMO: / : QUINWETsblrtt. rem_,,i.sauw. .
r' and it seemed that their numbers' There 1> only oas "Bmr-o .
Lero Mizell, James Maxwell, Lee Sunday. itor to Starke Friday. .. ... QuinlrC. .-
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increased. 1 V GROVE'S:; e 'i> n no boa sec
visited
Brooker, Oct. 1.-Rev. Joyner, of Greene, Elma Adkins, Dewey Parrish. Johnnie Hurst and Oad Dobbs were Doyle Boyer, of Jacksonville, "Coming out ofa dive the inevitable -

j Miller filled his appointment here on Mrs. II. F. Priester entertained the visitors to Lake Butler Saturday.G. his.parents here last week. I happened. Thev flew straight into -
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and Sunday. civic league Saturday after- A. Johnson was In Baker county a. a
r .Saturday junior ; the propellor -of my machine,
i I Fred Hazen motored to Worthington noon at her home in East Butler. Refreshments Sunday. LONG BRIDGE I breaking its blades. The next thing I You Do; More Work,

: I Saturday afternoon. were served and enjoyedby Arthur Stewart and Rev. Archie knew the machine was doing a spin- You are more ambitious and you Bet :

Har.p) Warren spent the week-end' each one present. Rimes, of Baker count y.Wre business Long Bridge; Oct. 1.-Among those ning nose dive earthward with nu- enjoyment out of everything when aore your

1j in Staikc. I Miss Maggie; Dekle of Starke, spent visitors here Monday. attending the sing at Jesse Cason's ml'rouI'dead birds killed by the propeller blood Is in good condition. Imi>umi". in

1, +i R. T. r teen was in Graham Satur- Sunday with her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mr. and Mrs. Dirt Shaw were the Friday night; were Ruby Mae Johns, of my machine falling; besides the blood have a very deprct sing ;" ct on
i t tt of her Mr. and Mrs. Rivers, Mabel the system, causing weakness! Iziutaa
day. IHle. guests parents, Fronie Rivers, George me, while others continued to followme nervousness and sickness. ,
t ; s Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent Wednesday Mrs. W. II. Bethea returned to her Lonnie Brannen, of Lake Butler during and Maud Crews, Ethan Sapp, Pierce down. OROVE'S TASTELESS Chi
!!
., shopping in Alachua. home in Perry after a visit with her : the week-end. Crews, Roy Ray, Smith Johns and "Eventually I righted; the machineand restores Energy and Vitality by TONIC,

J G. M. Bevill was in Jacksonville mother, Mrs. T. J.'Dcklc. I Messrs. Marshall Dobbs and Johnnie others. started to glide down, but the I and Enriching the Blood. When PuriJyiiw>ou ted

I last week. Rafe Johns, Bob Rivers and DeWitt Hurst were visitors in the Rai- Mrs[ II, O. Rivers ando children left bird still followed me as the speed Its strengthening invigorating effect, lee

'" Marvin Ilazen of Jacksonville, was McGill motored to Lake City Wednes furd section' Sunday Saturday to visit her mother, Mrs. of the plane had greatly diminished I 1 how It brings color to the cheeks> and how

i- ) the week-end truest of his parent. Mr. day. Joseph Andrew. was attending to Lovey Johns, of Starke. : they were able to light on it. When it improves the appetite you will then

t, ", and Mrs. E.. M. Hazen. Miss Doris Scott, of Starke, was a business in Lake Butler' Saturday.. George: Rimes was a visitor to the about 150 feet from the earth they appreciate Its true tonic value.ORO'E'S .

,{ II. S. Warren was transacting business guest of Miss Mona Alderman last Mr. and Mrs. Noah Shaw visited county seat Saturday.Joe jammed my rudder control wires and is not a patent TASTELESS medicine Chill it lOMC
Is
i : in Starke Thursday afternoon week-end. h


il !Mrs M. Roberts, of Alachua, spent Miss Ina Alderman' of Starke, was county Sunday. Pierce Crews, Roy Ray and Smith 'and crashed. I escaped with a bad So pleasant even children like It 'TUp Tile

l l left week here with relatives the week-end guest of her parents. Messrs. Roman Addison and Carlos Johns veva visitors to Lake Butler shaking; up and a few scratches. blood neods Quinine to Purify and IRON

,I Capt. S. A. Bryan, of Starke, passed Nathan Varnes is at Salt Springsthis ; Gordon, of Raiford, were in this section Saturday I When the machine landed the birds to Enrich It. These reliable tonic I.TOD.ertles .

{ through\ here Friday. week. Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Clark and children flew away." never fail to drive out Impurities in

a o i Virginia: Weeks was in Starke Friday Miss Ruby Roberts, of Jacksonville, 1. L. Dowling made a business tripto spent the week-end with relatives Giiffiths served with distinction the blood.
spent the week-end with her parents, Lake Butler Monday. and friends near Lake Butler, The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S
a afternoon. during the war, winning the Distinguished TASTELESS Chill TONIC has
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Roberts. made it
Fred Hazen spent Thursday in Jack- Truba Brown and baby, of Jennings Flying Cross twice. The the favorite tonic in thousands of homes.,

Bonvillc Miss Eva Epperson spent the weekend HAMPTON are visiting her mother, Mrs. S. N. first time in France for attacking and More than thirty-five years ego, folks

Misses Ruby and Karma Parker with her parents in Starke. I Johns. bringing down seven Huns single-; would ride a long distance to get GKOVES'

spent part of last week with relatives Lake Duller Chapter No. 40, O. E. Hampton, Oct. 1.-Mr. and Mrs W. Elva Abernathy of Graham, is the handed, and the second time for car- TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
S. invitation E. Baker of Brooklyn, business Mr. and member of their family had Malaria
in Lacrosse. accepted an from Mr. were guest of her grandparents, rying out forty low and dangerous or

tl.. Daisy Lewis, of Midway, spent the McMullen, of Lakeland, to help him visitors to Hampton Tuesday.Mr. : Mrs. Ben Sapp. natroM in North Russia and bringing; needed a body-bu'ldlng suengtb-giving
tonic.The formula Is
week-end here. institute a chapter of the order at Wheeler and family, who have Supt. E. R. Poppell, of Starke, was just the same to-
Red Balloon that
the
down only on day. and it from
can
you get
I 31 J, Rrba Brown entered school here Lake City on Wednesday evening, been stopping: the Hampton Hotel in this section, Tuesday., front. lie also won the Russian orders store. 60c per bottle. Bay.drug>
The for the two weeks have locatedin is ill at this ,
Monday. Sept. 22nd. following memberswere past Mrs. O. B. Moody very of St. Vladimir and St. Anne.
present and enjoyed the hospitality the Bugg cottage and expect to writing. i I _-- -__
--
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Smith and Willie Mae Nabb
Hogan; make their home. visitor to New 2 J'a
\ of Minnie Lee chapter: Mr. Hampton Mabel Crews was a : ,
of afternoon EXAMINATION FOR POSTMASTER
Sampson, spent Sunday and Mrs A. C. Strickland Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott and son, Wilbur,, River Sunday afternoon.
AT THEKESSA '
here.Lee Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mrs. C. H. and !Miss Johns, of Starke, were visitors Jennie Lou Hodges is on the sick
I Green, of Lake Butler, spent
I Register Mrs. F. G. Schcll, Mrs. J. E. to Hampton Saturday list this week. I
Sunday afternoon here with friends. Maines, Mrs. R. E. Dell, Mrs. G. A. A, M. Williams and son, Ray, were Mrs. S. C. Crews was a visitor to The United States Civil Service has Tired

l The asHoriational meeting was held Epperson, Mrs. II. F. Priester, Mrs.B. visitors to Starke Monday New River Sunday. announced an examination to be held

I' at New Hope church Friday, Saturday 1>. Harrcll, Misses Marshall Proctor Mrs,"G. W Hicks and family have Mr. and Mrs. John Stansell, ot'' at Palatka on Oct. 23, 1920, as a result Ja

11 Sunday and Monday. and Edna Epperson. moved in the Hicks' residence.J. Starke, passed through our burg Monday : of which it is expected to make k T vas weak and run-down
t S. V. Andreu and family
are OCl'U'pying Jack Colson, of New River, was a W. Bedenbaugh and family have certification to fill contemplated relates Mrs Eula Burnett,

t' the PinhoUtPr home. business. visitor to Lake Butler Saturday located in the cottage owned by Mrs.. ._- --. vacancy in the position of fourthclasspostmaster iI Dalton, Ga. "I was thin
G. W. Ilazen motored to
i Hampton II. B. Geiger; On W. Georgia street' AND HER TREAT at Theressa' unless it shall
III Sunday afternoon.G. MY MISTAKE Just felt tired, all the time. II!
Mrs. Ilohannon returned to her J. M. Hilliard and family are located be decided in the interests of the ser-
-
I didn't rest well. I wasn'tever
W Bevlll has purchased the E
home at Macclrnny Sunday morning in the Seals cottage; on Main street, Once in Jacksonville's big station vice to fill any vacancy by reinstate
former home of Mrs. Margaret Lewis. hungry. I knew, by ,
after a pleasant stay of several weeks Rev Burke, of Waldo, filled his regular ;- I sat wait.lnlfor; my train; ment. The compensation was $218
Leta and Grace Fogg the this I needed tonic
; spent a and
for the last fiscal *
with her granddaughter: ; Mrs. Willie appointment at the Methodist When a lady just behind me year. ,t I
week-end Graham.
at Applicants must have reached their as there la non better than-
f Miss Edna Baxter Williams. church Sunday morning and evening;. Started speaking in this strain:

o pent the week-end here., of Lacrosse, 'I John Clemons, of Brooker, motoredto Misses Maggie Maxwell and Ethel Tallahassee, Osceola, Okeechobee, twenty-first birthday on the date of g

Lake Butler last week. Hunt, who are attending school in Pahokee, I the examination, with the exceptionthat
Church held
was at the home of II.
( Rev. W. C. Starke of their in a state where women are de-
P. Gulney Sunday night. Armstrong spent -the were guests parents Pensacola, Homosassa, Okahumpka,
work-ond at Crystal River during the week-end. Suwannee, clared by statute to be at full age for
Remember B. Y. P. U. next
night. Sunday 3. H. Mann, of Guilford, was attending The Ladies Aid Society met at the Sarasota, Colohatchce, Chulota, Ocoee,, all purposes at eighteen years, women BCARDUUII

ti Mrs. Murrhee, of Starke to business in town Tuesday. home of Mrs. W. B. Alexander Tues Okaloosa, Micanopy, Fernandina, Hiepochee eighteen years of age will be admitted
spent a
Rev. J. L. Norris, of Lacrosse, wasa -" Applicants must reside within the
few days of last week here with her day.A.
visitor: here Monday. M. Williams attended' services at territory supplied by the post office

mother Maxie, Mrs Kelly S., of J. New Kelly.River, in D. W. Borum spent Sunday and Gainesville Sunday. I grew fearful of her symptoms, I for which the examination is announced The Woman's Torlc

town Sunday morning. wan I Monday with his family. G. W. Saxon and family left Mon- And said: "Miss, what can I dot and the examination is open to all

I Mr, and Mrs. G. B. Colson and Rev S. S. Proctor spent Saturday day for Pompano, where' they will re [ For from every indication I U. S. citizens who can comply with ,
'
Reie,! lIon'l and Sunday with friends at Baldwin.A side. You would seem to have the Flu." the requirements.
k spent Sunday at New II . I began using Cardul"continues
C. Moody, of LaCrosse, was In here son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs, C. E. Harper, Mrs. F. E. Henry But with eyes fixed on the ceiling, Application blanks, Form 1753, and Mrs. Burnett.
Friday afternoon Arthur Brannen Saturday evening. and son, Eugene, returned to their Heedless of the words I said; full information concerning; the requirements -

Lewis Shriver was in Worthington The O. E. S. chapter No. 40 met at home this week after a tour throughthe ; She continued with her story of the examination can be "After ray first bottle I sleptI '

Sunday afternoon.W. the Masonic hall Tuesday afternoon. northern states, reporting a pleas Like a message from the dead: secured from the postmaster at the better and ate better. I took I
Each member of the Woman's Club ant trip. "Withlacoochce Istachatta Hypoluxo place of vacancy or from the United four bottles Now I'm well, '
S. ,
Nubb
and Hogan Smith of ,
L Sampson, were here Thursday after., I Is requested to meet at the club room Rev. Mullady filled his appointmentat Olustee, States civil service commission, WashIngton t I feel just fine, eat and sleep

noon. Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. McIntosh Sunday. Chattahoochee, Ocklawaha, Weekiwachec D. C. my skin fj clear and. I hare I

MI'.. P. M. Barefoot is under treatment L. E. Parrish spent Sunday with his H. B. Wiggins visited his mother Kissimmee, r.r.'a gained and sure feel that
'
this week by Dr. Witt, of Alachua family. and brother in Campville Sunday. Ojus, Humbuggus, Wabasso, Mlakka CROSBY LAKE I Cardul la the beet tonic ever
for carbuncles Bob Rivers spent Friday In Starke. Mrs. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling are and Illahaw, 1 ma'
4 1 Mrs. T. B. Parker and children are Townsend Mrs. C. F. Rivers and Mrs T. J. the happy parents of a son, born Sept Mlcco, Tomoka, Palntka, Tokosee and Crosby Lake, Oct. 1.-Homer Kite, Thousands of other women

fpunding a few days with relatives at have recovered from a severe 28th.Duggar Holopaw[ of Plant City, was a visitor to the have found Cardul Just as I'
l.nrionne.If illness. Jones was the guest of Mr. home of P. B. Bryant last Friday.J. .
I
D. T. Stewart spent the woek-end I Misses Alberta and Lora Biclling and Mrs. J. B. Hodges Sunday. This is serious! Here's a woman L. Underhifl and family attended. Mrs. Burnett did. It should

here. spent the week-end at Providence with II. B. Wiggins was attending to Far from those who hold her dear: church at Heilbronn Sunday. help you. I

The following program was rendered their parents. business in Starke Saturday. She's demented; and my dutyIs Ernie and Frank Bryant were visiting At all druggists

I last week at the literary society: Leroy Mizelle spent the Weekendat Mrs. G. W. Hicks left Sunday for her homeward course to steer friends in Baker county last I J

Song No. 20. Worthington with his parents Mr. Jacksonville to visit her sister. So I said: "Excuse me. Madam, week. & ij
and Mrs. E. O. Mizelle. Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke. has .a
,1 Rel'ltation-Mallil' Surrency. My unseemly haste forgive; Prayer meeting will be held at the .
It Rending-Lucile Han-ell. Misses Bohannan and Long of Lit. been attending: to professional business But at once inform me plainly .

Sketch of Life of Longf'ellow-Lu. tie Springs, were guests of Mr and in Hampton this week.B. Where it Is you used to live?" -

bedia Pinholster. Mrs. John Croft Friday. J. Johns was transacting business "Istokpoga: Waeasaasa, Apopka and i B. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
Mrs. D. W. forum entertained a in Starke Tuesday.Mrs. .
Bong No. 44.Orlll'lnal Lncoochee, JACKSONVILLE r.JII
number of little girls and boys Saturday M. E. Wainright, of Jacksonville Nittaw ,
Tohopekaliga
story-Lorene Ilazen. Ocala and Nar. COMPLKT8 FBRTTUZXKSFBHTIUZUl
Quotations from LongfellowRosa; ( afternoon. from 3 to 6 o'clock, is the guest of Mrs. A. A. Dur- cosaee.Immokalee ,
in honor of her ,, den this MATERIALS
: daughter Frances the week.
Surrency, Mana Andreu, Vaseoe Han Thonotosassa, Apalachicola OPBATBBSINSECTICIDE
zen and CephuH II rI'ell. occasion being her sixth anniversary J. C. Keene, living: east of Hamptonwas too, .

Jokes-Hazel Warren. The house was decorated with mary- the first to bring: a load of fine Miccosukee, Loxahatehee"nd POULTRY

t Critic'n report. polda; and green vines, the color Simpson sugar cane to town. more I won't go through.For some we...-.r,1. Prle....... W.t the......_..-...prloM ilwwa la!!..w BCPPLIBftM ..fc QulUr-

\ Song by school. scheme being green and gold. The J. F. Mouser, our real estate agent, -

6 F P. M. Barefoot and Murphy Price little folks arrived at the'appointed loft Wednesday for Fabius, Ala He just then I saw her holding
hour, each one bringing a pretty and will return in about ten days and
i were in Starke Saturday. In her' hand a student's chart;
Tom Chastuin, of Lake Butler, was useful gift. Games were played and bring his family with him to make And discovered she was learning GENERAL INSURANCE
at f> o'clock the guests were Invitedto their home here.
I. ,7 In town last week Local Indian names by heart.
The Brooker school has enrolled 118 rake the dining room where a birthday George Graham Currie in Farm and HAROLD
decorated C. WALL
with marlgorld and LAWTEV
k t pupil this term, and expecting; more. Live Stock Record.
The pupils having six burning candles awaited ----.-- --
are doing well under the
management of Miss Fogg, Mr. Pin- them Frances! blew out the candles Lawtey, Oct. 1.-Dr. E. L. Biggs: of BIRDS ATTACK AND DEFEAT STARKE FLORIDA
and each guest was served delicious Starke visitor ,
holster and Misses Ilar.on and Jones. was a here Friday. AIRPLANE
punch and cake by !Mrs Borum. I Mrs. A. M. Blanchard returned to FIRE LIFE, BONDS AUTOMOBILE

I LAKH: ItUTUKK Enoch Dyal and family have movedto Lawtey Wednesday after a week's vis. American Aviator Describe Battle ,

Lake Butler from Wauchula.S. :, it with relatives in Jacksonville and lie Had With Flock of Small
U. riggers, of Jacksonville MelroBC.
lake Butler wasvisiting Birds
Oct 1.-:Mrs. D. W. Which Brought
Ilurum entertained the B. Y. P. U. at friends here Sunday | Elder II. V. Skipper, was the guestof Down his Plane

+ her home Friday evening Many I A splendid missionary program; was Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney last -
rendered at the Baptist church Sun- week. lIe preached Thursday and Fri. London: Sept
games were played and delicious refreshments 17.-Probably the
al c consisting of punch and dav morning. { day evenings at the town hall.J. most unusual story in the history of
Mr. and !II 1'1. !M'Mullen! of Lake M. Lewis of Jacksonville
cake were served the guests. was aviation, of how he was attacked, IIICRaI
the
1 Cut flowers were used as decora land, were visitors to Lake Butler last attending to business here' first of the brught down and narrowly escaped _
Thursday
morning. Mr. McMullen is week
tions. death the
ThoRp present were, Missus as result.of an attack bya
k Mona nnd Blanche Alderman, Onle grand patron of the O. E. S. Enoch Griffls spent Saturday and flock of small birds while flying in
Mrs. J, II. Mann, of Guilford, was a Sunday visiting relatives and friend UNIVERSAL CORD
and Lula Scarborough, Julia Register, a scout machine near Elbu Klr, Egypt
I J Mildred Roberts Laurel Armstrong, guest of her daughter, Mrs. D. F. in Jacksonville is told by Lieutenant John Sharpe
Marshall Floyd. Friday I E. M. Futch, of Jacksonville spent 'Griffiths of Los
Proctor Wilson, Marie Angeles, who has A
Mrs. KUOVT sturdy ores
r. I I George Coleman returned Fri- Sunday with his Q 0
parents
Chastain just from
Pi'I'bethVilllam Son tiger, returned that place. Grif size Cord Tire
that
day from
j I 1. Christine Townsend, Ruby Phillips Newbel'ry, where she had J. E. Brown was a visitor to Starke fiths is the only American to hold apermanent establishes sr
I 4, spent several days with her' mother.J. Friday. s new
Mary forum Henrietta Pndgett Doris commission in the British I
standard
E. :Maines of the for RU'
University, John !Marr. of Highland .
visited relatives
l I Scott; Messrs. !Maurice Langford, Royal Air Force ); I
Gainesville pre m. durability
spent the week-end at his here Saturday.Mr. "I Fit..
i was flying: along as peaceably as
home and| freedom
I 'I j 1'; SEEDS and !Mrs J. B. Dye and\ little you please to the airdrome of 70 from
I,, lire J. M. McCollum, of Gainesville I son, of Jacksonville, spent the latter squadron, of which I member skidding
was k
" ,1 it Plant Martin's Hy-Test Seed for president of the Florida federation' of part of the week with relatives here. abut 11 o'clock in the morning a when, Numerous comparative
)O' Good Results Woman's Clubs was in Lake Butlor L. L. t
of i
Sapp
Miami is
I spending a I first noticed
I last week few a flock f birds, flying teats hate prov. ,/
Hearts. Peas Potatoes and Onion Miss days with his family.D. over mo. At first I paid scarcely ed that Michelin j
Martin has
returned to her R. Eddins
Sets( Ijircest", and Oldest Established homo In Madison, after a visit with I of Gainesville, was any attention to them, and when they Universal Cords are 1u.
JI Fec-d (House in the State. Miss Ingram. last transacting week. business in this section flew in front of me. I merely banked, unsurpassed for free ja

+r :f Garden nnd Field Seed for Fallriantin" j turned f to the I left. don from blowouts
Tutch
1 Seed Oats Kve IJarley. tlOBSON Henry Jacksonville, spent "However, they followed me. I then and for easy-ridiug

e Millet. New crop turnips, Sunday at his home. turnip again: this time I ha'd a little qualities. Come in
!Mrs. J, B. :
: McCulley.and little son, more difficulty in avoiding; hitting and| eee them.S1I11'1I'S .
P I Cabbage, Egg Plant Pepper, Hobson, Oft. 1.-Jesse )Dowling was James ,of Jal'ksonville'Isltl'd relatives
them with the propeller of
a, \ AND SEND; SPECIAL a visitor to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. in Lawtey last week-end. chine. After several turns I my ma-to II -e'

SEND FOR FALL CATALOG and Mrs. Shop Mikel. ,'f Take Ernest Wells returned last week the conclusion that came GARAGE
they tr
r City, visited her parents, Mr. a :,Irs. from Jacksonville where he had were trying Starke. Fla. .-
\ :!i E. A. MARTIN SEED co. Jesse )Howling" during the Wfi k-end. a few days with relatives. spent to damage the machine, as each time I
1 I i JACKSONVILLE FLOKIDA Mrs. Paul they got within striking distance of
j I II Mike) and children, of Mrs Francis Wiggins, 'of Jackson the wings they would dive and peck

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BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.K CRAfn. 4 \RKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1920.
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1 week-end with her sister, Mrs. Ida- Friday on business. i I Mrs. Mary Brown left Thursday for

Goodge. Miss Bertie Thomas who is teach- Lake Wales where she will. spend awhile

11I1 Bradford County FarmersI I II O. W. Thomas and daughters, Ber ing at Crescent View pent the week- ', visiting relatives.

tie and Alva attended church at New end with her parents. Willie Fowler of Willeford spent
Hope Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis were the week-end- here with his parent' ,
I I I- P. A. Crosby. of Brooker was hereon I shopping in Brooker Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Fowler.J. .
and for' end with relatives at Sampson.
; FUMIGATION of their sons and daughters business Friday afternoon. Reba Brown entered school at
O. W Dyal visitors I Goodge was a business visitor
providing the comforts that contrib. Mr. and Mrs. were Mrs. J. H. Brown and daughter Brooker Monday. to

Lost a great deal of corn the past ute to right and pleasurable living. to Starke Wednesday. Rhoda were shopping in Brooker on O. W. Thomas and G. H. Fowler Brooker Friday.
season from weevil and want to All these things and many more Messrs. Frank Abernathy Geiger, Saturday. were business visitors to Sampson Mrs W. R. Hodges was on the sick
guard against them this year. ShouldI besides the power Farming Association Barry Duffy Abernathy Misses Onie S. V. Andreu, of Brooker, was here Friday. list last week.
and Graves, Bessie Wynn Roy Roberts,
fumigate as noon as the corn ii of America has in mind, ever ..
that since the organization was formed ata Tom Mills were among the visitors to -- -- -
f stored in the bin T I understand --- --- -
carbon bisulphide ia what is commonly \ meeting! in Live Oak, in March the the county seat Saturday
like instructions as I gospel of power farming! has been Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Smith of Samp.
I used. Would A A A A. A A. A A A. A A. A. A. A. A. A. A A ,
to how it should be used as I want to carried to thousands of tillers of the son were shopping here Friday.T. V V A.V V V V V V V V VvI VLaVL 1V/yV V V V + V V
f li make a good job of it. \ soil and others in this state and in W. Wasdin. and family of Wai-

1 Answer: It Is strange that the southern Georgia and Alabama where do, spent Sunday at the home of O.
allow the weevils to destroy local meetings and demonstrationshave W. Dyal.
growers.o much corn every year when fumigation been held and accessions quicklywon Those who attended church at New FIT EVERYCARFILL
is so easy and inexpensive Compared to the list of active members. Hope Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. R.
with the value of the corn. Such a meeting is scheduled to be heldin S. Wasdin Frank Abernathy, Bessie W n
Jacksonville on August 26 and 27th
Wynn Math Wasdin, Jake Roberts
Bisulphide of carbon is the must of
with a variety of demonstrations _
Frank Reynolds and Ed Ybor.
N 't practical material for corn fumiga farming machinery of the most EVERY NEED r '
power
)
Rev. W. T. McGuire of Ray City '
j t. tion. Your bin should be such that it modern and efficient character. Sucha Dyer yew of
i'' I r can bo made air-tight; seal all cracks held recently in Moul- Ga., will preach at the Christian V eJi
t meeting was
door with good strong church Tuesday, Wednesday and LEE FABRIC ;
and around the attracted 4,500 people! PUNCTUREPROOFSi
trie, Ga., and
rt ar paper The fumes of bisulphide of Thursday nights after the first Sun- PUMCTimiiPHOOFSPassenger '
the Power Farm
) With reference to
'
o' carbon are heavier than air, so the ing Association its scope and purposes .' day in October. Cur Sizes Passenger Car Sizes +k, '"' ': .
The friends of T E. Oldham
;
fumigant should be placed on top of many '!
than \ ii
we cannot do better to quote 30" x S" 32" x. 32" x 4%
25 will be glad to learn he is back again
vessels about
the corn in shallow from a letter written by Mr. H. L. after several weeks' illness. SO" x 3V 03" x 4" 33" x 4%" 33"z5
feet apart. Remember the quantityto Oak banker-farmer 32" 3V 34" 4" 34" 4%" 35" 5" r
f Donald a Live x x x x \ a. j31"z4"
be used depends upon the size of published in the latest issue of the Mabey McKinney and Willie Malnes 3::;" x 4V! 37" x 5"C.. ,
the bin, not the amount of corn in the the official of the of Louise spent Wednesday at
bin. In a good bin of 1,000 cubic feet association.Mile Post, Mr. Donald organ says: the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Graves NEUMATIC tires made the automobile possible. b t ,. '.., .
you should use'about two pounds bi- Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones left Sat. p "' ,
sulphide of carbon. Keep the tin closed The unselfish principles which are lirday with their niece Florence Lee Puncture-Proof pneumatics cured the vital defect l,
: for at least twenty-four hours; back of this organization will readily Walker who has been ill for the past of all tires by preventing punctures and blow-outs. l ,
appeal to the thinking man. It ia not =7
forty eight hours Is better. This fumigation twelve weeks to her home in Hast -(;.
will 1 Kill all the weevils, but the purpose of this organization\ to ings. Her many friends throughout You can buy a ,Lee Punnure-Proof (Fabric) with the r:,

not the eggs; so another treatment promote the interest of any special Bradford wish her a speedy recovery. impenetrable but pliable Puncture-Proof tread in all sizes '\k., & i
should be about two weeks line of farm implements or to make Mrs. Alvin McKinney spent the
given; in from 30"x 3" up to 34" x 4". ?
Unless the work is done thoroughly; a profits in any way for its members, week-end with her parents at Brook. 2
1 third treatment In sometimes require but rather the promotion of power The Lee Cord Puncture-Proof-the tire achievement of the \; .r'
r (' ed about two weeks later. farming In its broadest sense, which er.Ike Dinkins and family of' Clearwater century-has every characteristic of the finest Cord tire '')'

Hunk ing tho corn before storing includes every known means of Increased visited relatives here Sunday. perfected and protected by the patent Lee PunctureProoffeature. )'t ' '
t makes fumigation much more effective productivity!/ efficiency /tend Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of Waldo '. .\
and saves storage place. Do not I education along these lines; and at a were chopping here Saturday. ,\ i

i1 ,fumigate; the corn until it is past the time when there ia a worldwide shortage Fred Dearer, of Gainesville was They come as email as 32" x 4N and as big as 37" x 5" with six \\a \o\" ?''
heating stage!: and be careful that no : of foodstuffs, it seems to be that here Saturday. sizes in between. j ;
fire Is carried near the bin. This in- its power for good I. unlimited and Mrs Jack Padgett who has been 4f- t i' .

I cludcj lighted pipes and cigars/: as bi- there can be no quesction as to the visiting': relatives in Georgia, returned Lee Puncture-Proofs defy the risks of every road. yglr; lti,,
soundness of the plans it has inaugu
Rul"T.1Te: of carbon is very inflammable. home Friday.
.-Farm and Live Stock Record. rated. C. B. Roberts was a business visitorto They save your tubes and eliminate repairs and the annoyance
----- -..-- Power farming is here to stay. It Starke Tuesday, of road delays
POWER MACHINERY ON THE is now merely in its introductory stage Mr. and Mrs Elijah Strickland }
but it Is going to spread rapidly into have been visiting relatives here 06 7Ze.JJ.h ttihaat. 1
FARM! ,
possible place where its services ;
f every Will Jones and Jake Roberts were
I may be successfully employed. It visitors to Starke Wednesday.Mr ,
"We all know that no progreiuiive: ,' l ia bringing with it blessings to the and Mrs. Autumn Youngblood, GRIFFIN & JOHNS Starke S \

up-to-date industrial or manufacturing tillers of the soil and to the consumers of Waldo, were shopping here Friday --- -. \
establiiihment Is without power of the products of field and grove Mrs. Henry Brown of Sampson.
machinery. The time of hand labor
Arthur. I
spent Thursday with her eon, .
has gone largely': out of fashion main. FIFTH ANNUAL LIVE STOCK
Mr and Mrs Will McEver, are
ly because production him had to be ROUNDUP I
spending a few days in Gainesville
speeded up away beyond the possibilities II
with relatives I
of human power. Competition Is The program for the fifth annual Messrs. Jack and Charley Padgett Cord 01. Fabl.i'c
keen in industrial enterprises: and the live stock round-up to be held at made a business trip'to Clayno Sat. ,
shops and manufacturing plants that Gainesville Oct. 7-8th is made up en. urday. Puncture Proof
best with the modern i L Ii E
equipped most
arc tirely cf Southern men who aro familiar Mr. and Mm. Henry Altman are
of lobor-noving: machinery are with Southern conditions. They home for a few days from South : TiresI
the ones that produce most in a given will also speak on subjects of special Florida.
time\ :, with the minimum of human la. interest to Florida farmers and livestock -. | tjj|
borers, and more efficiently because growers.Cary WATERMILL I
unerring in their work and "always A. Hardoe, our next governor, SdhUX
on the job." Such industrial plants will make address. There arc few I
an Watermill, Oct. I.-Mrs. Beulah at Miles'
I as are best equipped with power machinery better or more speakers in the state Prescott of Sampson City spent the .
are the ones that turn out than Cary A. Ilardee.
M, the greatest': quantities of produce at Every farmer l is interested in make -
the least cost of operation and pro ing his land produce better and larger :-
duction. Is there reason! why the
any crops. W. C. Lassetter one of the
same, to a certain extent should not editors of the Progressive Farmer,
be true of the farming industry the will speak on "Best Crops for Soil
gigantic; business that produces the Improvement and How to Use Them
food by which millions of people all The farmer who raises livestock is

I the people Buntai l life and energy very much interested. in the marketingof !
411. and enterprise? it. C. A. Cobb editor of the
I I Power farming;, tilling the soil cul Southern Ruralist, has for his subject FORDSONFarm
w tlvating the crops and putting them "Co-operative! Marketing of Livestock
in condition, is a modern necessity and its Influence on the Developmentof
Hand labor, very much of it, has had the Industry."

its day on the farms of this country Prof., J, F. Duggar director of the
More and more shall we 111.6. in places Alabama experiment station will .

"I, of men and boys and some women, make an address. There are few if
i ,1 power driven machines doing': work any, better acquainted with Southern
that hitherto has been done and most agricultural conditions than is Prof. Tractor
laboriously! by. humiins. Inventive Duggar.; His message will deal with
genius; has provided machines! to do soft pork.

tho work, or much of it, that heretofore Dr. M. I', Jarnagin of the Univer-
has been clone by human toil and city of Georgia, Is one of the best live *

power. Is it not just as reasonable' stock men in the South. He will talkon The Fordson Tractor was made to meet the demands and necessities of th e every-day American farmer.It .
that tillers of the soil shall avail
themselves of this labor-Having': farmmach'lnt'ry 0 soft, G.pork.Hankins of the bureau of animal was made with the thoughf that it was the necessity of the man of forty acres as well as the man with one

that conserves human energy husbandry Washington; will be thousand acres. It was made not only for plowing, harrowing, discing, drilling, seeding, mowing, reaping,
and makes more efficient and the and give the "Resultsof I but for all other work the farm where if
I on program on power necessary. It was made to bring convenience; to the far.
more extended the work of the farm-
just as reasonable that farmers should by Soft the department Pork Investigations at Washington.Conducted" : mere' home as well as for the cultivation of his fields. It was made to furnish power for the cream separator .

employ machinery wherever possible "Why Railroads Favor the Production silo filling, cutting feed, sawing wood, furnishing power for milking, washing, supplying the house with

4{ as production.manufacturers of the?farms Certainly is going or the to of Livestock" will bo handled by running water, electric lights, and the hundred and one things on the farm. It was made to do all this economically

f fall ,uy fur short of the demand for Line.Jesse M Jones, of the Seaboard Air and in a reliable way. It was made to be the big profitable servant on the farm.

what is grown for the feeding of hue o .
mankted! Not only that but farmers World's"Making Livestock Florida Market a Factor" will In the be And it has not failed in any of the expectations had for it. It has been tested as no other Tractor has

. a ." who win.>ly employ machinery) wherever discussed by T. N. Wentworth of Armour been tested. It has been proven reliable and can furnish proofs impossible to any other Tractor. It has
possible In their farm
operations & Co., Chicago done these things not onlv m America but in Europe, Asia Africa and in the Islands
arc going to make better<< crops, more Another subject that is of import of the Seas. II has met
money. And they are going to have ance to Florida farmers ia "Protect. snccessfully the demands of farmers in every part of the civilized world.

more time for the pleasures of life the Corn from Weevils," by Prof.J. I Ij
ing Therefore the Fordson Tractor can meet all the conditions of
j farm.
for the education of themselves and R. Watson. Come and hear this your When you buy a Fordsonyou

and then go home and make an effortto I are not buyiug any experiment-you are buying a servant and a money-maker for you that you can depend

YOU WOULDN'T TRY protect your corn from the weevils. upon absolutely from the first day you put it to work. It is easy to understand. It possesses all the

; this The fall poultry and winter.part of the program will I, power you want. It" is simple in control. It is more flexible than you imagine. It will cultivate every foot

be handled by 1>1'. N. W. Sanborn of ground you have, and every day in the year you will find use for it on the farm. Its appeal to the far.

: TO TAME A WILD-GUI which means it will. be well handled. I mer is in its dependable service and the wide variety of work it can do.


GRAHAM We'd like farmer that reads this if he hasn't
I every a Fordson Tracto r ar! ecfy, to come to us and let: us

gffr. Dodion Warns Against Uia Graham, Oct 1. James Wasdin sell him one. Let us demonstrate its powers, its values, on your own farm. Let' get into details-power, reliability -

pf TreacherousDangeroui left Tuesday for his home in Tampa. economy. While the:>ale of a Tractor gives us a small profit, the purchase of a Tractor to the far.

', Ali.-. Calomel. John McKinney was a business. visitor mer means a money-making servant every day for years. So the sale of a Fordson means more to the
i t to Sampson Wednesday.Dr. pure
: Bishop of Gainesville, was a chaser than it does to us. We are arguing for your good, Mr. farmer. Come in and talk it over. Your time

Calomel salivates 1 It's merrory. professional caller here Thursday. against ours. It is worth it.
Calomel. acts like dynamite on a slugglrtU I Messrs Wesley Dyal of forgo and
liver. When calomel comes Into Tom Mills were visitors to the county And remember, when you buy a Fordson Tractor, we are here to keep that Tractor in reliable
contact with bile it crashes. into It, running
sour seat Monday.Zeke .
and .. condition every day, You won't have to wait if anything should get out of order. We
causing cramping nauuea.If Farrlsh and son, Rlox, of are right here to keep ;
teal lillious, headachy, constipated ! it because of the conditions of the Fordson Dealer
you Sampson were business visitors here right, one is that he must keep on hand always complete
and all knocked out, just go to I a
your druggist and get a bottle of Dod.aon' Thursday supply of parts. This is a guarantee we don't believe you can get with any other farm Tractor. Come in. ,
S. Wilkes Dcndy field\ secretary for
I Liver Tone for a few cents which Let's talk it over
.. a harmless vegetable. substitute. for Christian Endeavor left Monday night I
dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful and for Gainesville where he will hold a I
{!.f it doesn't start your liver and rally.
t
I straighten you up better and quicker Dr. Middlcton, of Starko, was 1n our: THE FORD GARAGE
than nasty calomel and without making section Thursday.
;you: sick you just. go back and get your Starke ,
of
Lcnston Wynn, was a
,
money, W. and G. A.
A. ANDERSON
U you take calomel today you'll be business visitor here Saturday Proprietors
j sick and nauseated tomorrow i be id..., L. G. Boarry of Gainesville, spent
It may salivate you, while If you take the week-end with his family. Starke Fla.
,
Podson's Liver Tone you will wake up Seeber Newsom. of Starke, visited
': feeling groat full of ambition and ready his brother this week.
for work or play.;: It's harmless, pleasant Mr. .and Mrs. Alfred McKlnnej and
. and sate (o gire to Uudrenj they
Lois the week
granddaughter spent
3 like It. I Ii i

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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1920.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA.

PA.a_ _____ 1 0.dNo (1'.I-_:_ __. -

THERES A Certificate No. 104 embrace the Nonbeaa newspaper published said -
and State.
.- I Quarter of Nonhweat Quarter. of Boulhwe This September It..1KO. e.t Certlflrate No 6S embraee Lt I In Wood- aooordliur law lax will leaiie thereonon ; T..
Quarter Sea. 21. Tj>. 8, S. R. tl E., 10 .. W. T. WBKK8. lawn. Sec. SS. Tp. I. 10acrea. I t d N. Eleven.
Thei-essa Oct. 1.-There will be a. ........ Swallow C HorkiM.Certificate acre (Semi) Clerk. Ctreatt aaa.se.d Unknown.Certlncate .. R 2 Et Wltnree the 4th day of Oo... A. D. IBfO. !. teatimony .h.f. I have, hereunto art
No. 1110 embrace 0" No. ?ft .mb_ I A In my .I.ar and seal I this my band and .ffll'll Orvat seal of the
Friday night, Oct. 1st. Ev. I Nertheact Qua? Bf A. hat day of '
supper September.
box C 51 A. D. 1920. State of } Tallahaaaea. the
tee of Southeast. Quart.r.r.. Cor of NEH of SWt. *
I 14 1 11>. >. 8 Deputy B. 5. Tp. 5. Cpitl
erybody cordially Invited to attend I R. to E.. 40 ...... ---.. Untawnrtt D. E. KNIGHT. CI R. 19 Eaet I acre. .A..n.S Clerk W. T. WEEKS. this the twenty-fourth day of August A

and bring! or buy a box and enjoy the, / Unl_ said certificate. shall be. redeemed Solicitor for Complainant.NOTICE Certificate. No. 7*_eb. IB, of (1..lt Court. l.dfon Count". Fl. I O. .
.T.n.I6.I CLAY CRA. *.
lilt 1 In Enaey1 .. of (Seal By A.
according to law. tax deed. will Inane thereon. Wonhlneton. C INOn. I. WrIH
excellent supper. The proceeds will L on the. lot dar of November.. A. D. 19SO. I OP I S*. Tp. 6. S. R. Et aweMed Un. ..t-10-l II'U, . (L. B.) .. State.
FOR TAT To W. J. EPPERSON.
be lined for the benefit of the Christian -I Witness my offclal irnture,. and seal thIn UNDER APPI'ATlO' ltE !own. .
OF Bradford
TUB Sheriff County.
EHth CertIficate No. RR .mb_ f
church. dar of September. A. D. 19W. N' t> NE' NOTICE .11'.16.
I.ENHRAL
I W. T. WEEKS.: STATUTE of 81.. Sec. S. ?p. 6, S. Ea> --
Mr. Bohannan of Starke Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County.. Flop.ida. .. Hereby motion I Ia riven that W. E KnlrM. .' R..'. 8. F. Wolfe. To Whom. It May Concern i
Take Notice SPECIAL
representing
I .) .u..h. of tax sale errtlflcatea. numbered. Certificate 0 embraoea NWVf of E that on the 6th day of October M4ITEI' I"I.E
Real
<
the J. R. Watkin products, By C. A. KNIGHT. 1*. 20. 21. 90. I. SB. 91. 11*. of SEVi. See. oil Tp. 6. R. R. SS Ewt ,A. D. 1P20. we, the tindcralrned .h.1 apply Not. I* hereby riven that under and b*
was in our community Tuesday.. I 10-1-Bt-10-2(1. IVPUty Clrrk 112. 116. 117 119. 127 11 17* leaned arrm..ieMtd . Hopklna.Certificate : Eighth. the Hon. B. A. Thranber.. of th* vl"u a final decree marie the SOth day of ,
by the Tax Collector. o County No, lOT embraee SH A Judicial Circuit Court. Btate of Flor. Au".t Iv.'O. by the Honorable B. A. Thraab. .
Rev. C. J. Bruner, of lake City .- P .... Sid certificate lln.D..dfor August at NW Cop. of Center Street Lawtcy 1m A Ida, at C.I..vl. Florida, or wherever the .. of the Circuit ('.."r and forBradford

will be here Saturday and Sunday the I NOTICE OF FINAL. DIRC'HAIiCP Clh. IPI. h flied .rtlll".' In Slarke liubllc road run W along Center court m" for a decree .u'hrl.ln.j Conntv. Florida. I. that pertain
Sixty darn after d.t.h..f.. I. the underftlfrned my .and h.made application for.tai i St 40 ft to land ( owned by N. D. the adoption by ourselves, of Quern S.'.. whereIn P. C- Klnlaw and T. !*.
2nd and 3rd inst., to preach at the ail Executrix of the ...,.toe of Anna T*. deed to (issue In accordance with law. Ileraman. thence N o.,1 said land 550 ft. ry our rranddaurhter. Handl..,.. iiartner under. the n.m. of D. (1.Klni.w .

Baptist church. You are Invited to at. Walk lute of Itradford Count". Florida. de.rea Said .rtln",. respectively .,.br. the thenee Et.ly 4SO ft laid thence Tilts the let uav of September. A. D. 1020. and Company. are "n'n."t' andJ.
..... will tirment my voucher and Anal accounts ._ following lands In Bradford County. Florida S along .d to t In .d'. auhoiv. W. M. MASS?. W. M.nn. Jr., and .* de

tend. I to the Hon. ('..... A. Gardiner. County .owed at the data of the luane of such .. equal SH .. .SS. f. 8. .,0SEPHNJ MADRY.OMMIBIIONKR8 fendanta. the undersigned .. .."e fur ale ,
lIfe srs. R. M. Hersey and S. B. JuHir nf Bradford (.o"n''', Florida and salt ..rtlll..u In the name. respectively herein- tt Eaat. S acre, aueued Joe T a before the house door.1 Stark. Flor.

Woodard were transacting business in to He dl.h._ a. ueh Rxeeutrix.: 'r iianicularly O forth. _.I t Certificate. No. ISO .1... Mo. ef ( .ALI lila .''..ar leral hours of ..1. on Mon
This the lit day. of October IW*. Crrtificat No. I embraoea SE" of Ilk 14. Tempi. Add to Lt 1 Hereby n"l.I is riven that day. October 4th 1920. to the hlrheet and
the county metropolis Saturday.Miss MRS. GBO. J. WRITf! a IW. of NEI4 IW N" .... .-j, by n.t d..Of. certain final th tn..I.n. IHI.I bidder for eaeh.. the following d..rh ,
IEI
Florence Hall spent Friday in Executrix. of the Estate of Anna P. Walt 34 \ Wt 6EV4 v Certificate. No. 12 embrace one lot I. entered. In the Circuit Court land In Bradford ( Florida. '
SW\ unt.
I n..""" Hampton with her sister Mrs. R. M. ... tie acre*. Unk.oW. a a D. P. Mitchell' 1. HaaeL W I on the uth day of Anoint A. D, I Northwent Quarter of Scnitheaat Quarter. of .'

Geiger; and while there attended the I ORDER FOR PUBLICATION OrtiAeat. No. SO embraee. NT7H of Broadway St.. N L. Alv..'. b. In favor of W. E. Kalney. Ocl Thnmaa. IUo S... 7. (. H. K. II K.. and run SIdrrreea.

In Circuit Court. State of Florida. Elrhth:: W'V ex t A SW Go,. See. U. I. a Ic S*. Tp. S, 8. R. I Kaat. aaMeaed Jan Ralnry Innia. Ward. It-Ill n IS mln. W.. 12 feat ta SW cor.
box supper. | Judicial Circuit. Bradford County In Chan.eery. I.I I 20 R. Sri .,_. aaeeeaed land T. . ilia.Certiflcate. I I'MTlah. llcrtle Crommrr., J. T. W.rdiO. nor of Northwest .f SoiitheaRt Quar
Messrs. Cleveland Lee, of Lake. C.rtlll..w No. SI embrace SW' of No. 190 embraces Iota I. I of I Sapp, Lena Sapp. Marie Ratio tee, thenee turnlnr an emrle nf dee-ree

tide and R. M. King motored to Law. E. Johnnon WU of NW. of NEU SKI NI\ Blk 14 In Lincoln City uneaced Unknown' Sapp, a minor by J. T. Sat',.. his. net friend I and 40 mln. to the right and nrn N 00
I Complainant. w, of NEt IE\ of NWV4 A\SVb of Certificate No. 14> embrace NWVk of N J. I. Johnson .. Wllll Johnson Ken. derive. 12 mln. E lltlC f- the Nnrthweeteorner \

tey on business Saturday. I v* I I SW. of NWI .f SE of NW\ W.4 EH of SWH B. 16. Tp. 7. 8. I i n..1 Jnhtuon. and Wlm. Johnson minor*, of Northweet of Southeat
M. M. Brinson has returned froma i LUzle Johnson, >4 (ex 10 A SW Crl SI Eaet. 120 C. L. Peek. by J. H. Johnnon. friend complain Qu.l..r. thenee tnrninr .n anrle of R I rii I TVfendant hEU of 8WV, .
fishing trip to Smith lake, havinghis I I It apnearlnir by. affidavit appended. to the 16. Tp. (. S. I SO B., Sit acres. & Bee. E. Tp. 7. 8. R I Et 40 axire*. a*. I. Ralner. Nannl Berry, and her and RS mln. K. 1H2R feet t the Northeast

usual good luck. He brought I bill filed In the. ahov,..tated. came that LIsaie I'nknown.Crrtiflrate' aliened UnknnW. Wila Berry. and 8. T. Thorn... h.l.nd corner of Northwest Q..r of _'h. I
with Johnann the. defendant therein pained. .la No. SO embrace Lt S. 4 of (.rtlll..at.. No. 17S .mb... MIMI of N undrralrned a* Commlaalonera will off.r east Quarter thence turnlnir an angle of PSlerreea
him
home a 9 1-2 pound trout. a resident" of the State of Florida and con. Ilk 4 In McKlnnry'a Add t Lk. Butler. or WV4 B of Ry.. &e. 5. T I. 8. R. Eaat and ell at th* front door of the courthouM and 40 mln. to th rltrht runnln*; fl

John Hall was a visitor to Hampton "...1. herself ao that proee. of auhnoena. cannot . 1.. Lake. Hutler. See. SO, . a B. SO 40 acre*. assessed N. P. Cuthn 2 In Starke, Brdfor County. Florida. durlnr 00 decree and 12 mln. .. IHttlt feet to Ih*

Saturday afternoon. b* served upon her. and I I. over the are .. .UnkaoW. C.rtlll".u No. 176 Nof N the leral .,.. on Monday, the 4th point of bce-lnnlnr and eontalnlnr s
of twenty-one. yean : It In therefore. ordered ('.rtil"at No SI embrace Com 1. ft EI. 6. T. R. 8. I Si Et .... day of October. A. D. 1D20. to the blrbeet 4-10 seem more 4ir leaa. .
James Humphrey of Brooklyn, was I that' saM resident defendant he and to her*. N lE C of Blk 9 In nrla-inal. of *ed N. .u,hen. and beat bidder for cash In h.nd the follow. D. E. INtl. ,

the guest of relatives Sunday after. by required to appear to the bill of complaint Lake. run N 14 ft. W 101 I CerttO".u No. 177 embraces. EH of In. ne.erll.cd real .* *. and belnr A. S. CREWS M.te,.
I
filed in the sold cause. on or before Monday f,4 ft. E IDS ft to pt of .be... &10 T sl NWI. f El.* of J1 01 BW. S.N\ In ..dlor County. Florida, t".It Solicitor for Complainant ,9-S-et.lO-l "
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t. S. R. SO E.. aueued 8. .. I. 8. 22 -- -
A. Ea.t.
noon.Mrs. the lat day of November A. I). I*211. oth..- acre, me noutn Half of the Northeast Qilarier ,
'M. Hall was shopping in wise the alienation. of aid bill will\ be takenmm Certificate. No. Si embrace Ai Nor mown.Certiflcate and the North Half of the Southeast. Quar.. SPECIAL MASTERS SALE!:
confeaned by said ....,...nd.nt. NW\ N of A. C. L, R,.. S. 1. No. 17R embranea B 1of B tee of Section Ten. and the Southwest Qufr-. Notice .la hereby given eviel tliiavr 1>y
Hampton Saturday. It la further ordered that this order be S. I E.. S acre, uaeiaed Mr. FloreneeCobb. hi., of SEVi of NEVi A EH of of her. of the Northwest Quarter. and the North- virtue of a final decree m.d. the .nC day

_.Messrs C. A. Youngblood and T. B. puhlUhed once. a week. for four consecutive, IWof NER. 9. Tp. 5. 5. R. Ell*.!. wet Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of .f August A. D. IVI20 1.,. .I. llonorabl H.
week In the Bradford County Telerreph. {.rlll..,. n] ..mb. 1'?v .if W lnk no. Section Eleven, all la Township A.
Triest were among the visitors to the anewipaper \ Unless .. Seven Rnr. Thraaher. Judif* of the Clreult Court In
published In said County and of lEE of NEI4 SE(4.( 8... a.rtilla.t. shall be Nineteen, .nl.lnlnl two hundred and forty. and for county, Florida. In that
county seat Saturday. Suite.Thlt. Tp. 28 R.. 60 ... assessed Un- ooordlnr to law. Us d wl bum th.ma .... more or 1 le**. certain It."fa. J. C. Jonee I .
.h..in sot.
September. IB 1MO. on the lth day of Ot.. I>. A. B. CREWS.O. .
Miss Elythe Collins who is teachingat ilalnant. and N. W. Horn.. Many Horn. B.
W. T. WEEKS.: : known.c.tlleu Wln.my .I.n.tu"and seal I this A A It. .
.
River No. OS embnuea WH of NWH 1 I.nm..k. M.ml. Denmark. Cltlven Hank
New spent Saturday and Clerk Circuit Court. IS. Tp. t. 8. R. 2 E., SO 1th *" Ir II.t..mbr. A. 1920. W. I DAVIS. .f I.U.r. a .p..Uon. W. II. Andrew '

Sunday with her parents, Mr. and By C. A. KNIGHT.fSEAH ... assessed Unknown.Certiflcate Clerk T. WEEKS. Commllonera.Bullcltor and are *.f ..
Mrs. J. J. Collins of Lakecide. Deputy Clerk.A. No. IIS ..mlr., Lots. 1. t e>r CI..ul Court. Bradford County, Flor A. r. ADKINS. denilrned I '1 offer for sale before the h-' t
,
I 7.. AnKINS. of Fllk in Mvlnr-ton. IVtihy. Ic. SEAL) for ..... d..r at .' between
S. R. Swindel was among the visitors Solicitor for Complainant. ':!: -'0211 Et div of I of NEVi.. See. ZS. Tp. C'. P, C. A. KNIGHT. ---- .mplaln.nt. 9-S-Bt-10-l loyal hour, of llt.k. M.n".rld..". October th.

to Hampton Saturday.Mrs. -- II. 22 E., assessed Clifford Johninn.Certificate .I.lt.10.1 Deputy Clerk. ORDER FOR I' 20. to the hliiheat and best bidder for rash
ORDER FOR PITBLICATION No. US .Ir. l ota 8. 4 .fIllk PITBLICATION the followlnr dcaerilied.. I.n' In Bradford
T. B. Triest left Saturday for In Circuit Court. Plate 01' Florid. Rlrhlh 40 In Llvtnmton Trtiby Co' sub dlv ORDER FOR PUBLICATION In (1..1 Court. But of florid.. ICIrhth County, Florida' towlt

Dunnellon where she will visit her Judicial Circuit. Bradford County. In Chan of NEli of NE.. Sec. SS Tp. I. 8. R. tt In Circuit Court State of Florida .. 'I..ult Bradford County. In Chan- (Commencing at the lut..t corner of -
E.. ass.'a.rd Billy Brown.Certiflcate EI.hO reel.Marget Townnhlp I. .. and
cery.O. Judicial l. I.
daughter Mrs. T. T. Bryan, for a few H. Heave. No. 117 embrace Lt I of Blk eery. Circuit Bradford County, In Burleson Williams . ald Se*. .R.t ehalnai. th..n..N S

days. Complainant. 41 In l.lvlnoaton. Trtiby A (' ub dlv of Veidella I I Complainant." .h.ln. and II link*. variation of SS .
sickness VI J NE 4 of NE1. 2$. 8. R. SJ E 10..11 I '5 frees W of N to the A. ('3. K rlrht nf w.vl
Owing to Rev. E. Dickens T.
CI| Complainant I W. D. WIlllanu
Mary E. Braver. atmeeiied J.m. .. I 'h..n. Easterly alonr paid right of way SI
of Lake City, was unable to fill Defendant. {Certificate.. No. 110 embraces. Lot. I of Blk n. A. V D.nd.nt rhalnu ,. ranre line thence. alnnv said ranire.

his appointment at the Baptist church Tt apnearlnir. t>y affidavit appended. to the 02 In Llvlnimton. Trtiby A Co'a sub dlv of .0.11 Def.ndantl 1 appearinr. by affidavit appended to the line 8 It chalna to plane of berlnnlnr.. being
1.111 filed In the above slated caux that MaryE. NE" of NEH. See. SS, Tp. 5. 8. R. SS B., Sled In the above cause th.t W. P. In the Smith h.1 of Sonlheait Quarter nf
Saturday and Sunday. B..a..,.*. the defendant therein named. ...d JulUia. Butler.Certificate I appearing by atrtdavrt appended to the William the '.. ..t.to'h..ln n. >I. anonemideni See. 1*. Tp. S. lire, SO R.. eontalnlni. SB
Mrs. W. M. Brown, of Starke was a In a non-resident of the. State of Florida and No. 127 ...mb.r. Lot 5. t. 10of flied. In the above elated cause that B. A.10w..l. of the ltoet of FI..ld.. h. a.nn, .or 1 less.
Blk 1 In Wynu' to ..*eminl the defendant therein named I I. I. rraldent of .0 A. T.
she I* a resident of the town of Yalta BI.rk. a a the of VI.nn., the AnKINI.
guest Sunday at the home of Mr. and Center Kansasand I I. over the. are S. M. S.n.I. I .Id..t of th* .....of Florida and conceal State of ('." .1. and I I. over the. are nf twen A. S. {'IIWI. .

Mrs. S. R. Swindel. I nf twenty-one, yean: ft I. therefore. ordered No 17 embrace. 8W>4 of N.. ... *o 'ha process of aubpoena cannot. ty-one. years) It la th..ro.ordered that said. .. Complainant.lttlol
Master that said non-reiildent and la EVi. Sec. R Tp. 7. 8. R. 21 lt 40 -1 .."UI.n him and U over the ar of nnn.re.l Benny Roebuck spent last hereby required: to ''n the eom. .'. in n. twenty-one. "ears; It ui therefore ordered that t appear' to th. 1.1 of complaint filed BILL COMPLAINTIn
week at Gainesville with relatives. plaint filed In said on or hlr. Monday I .u 17* embraee. Wt, of SWH said non-realdent defendant he and I* hereby In said rail* on or bfn. Monday the 4th '
Charlie Phillips of New the lot day of nu.November 1926. I Si-e. S, Tp. rOf R. SS Kant 80 acre as. i required to appear to the bill of complaint day of October. A. 2). otherwUe. the al. the Circuit {.ul of Florida.
River was otherwIse the allegations of said bill will| lie. ....ixl M. M. *. fIled In ald eauN. on or before Mond. the ienation of paid bill be taken ai ennfed .**. 11.hh Judicial C.II. llrad.
here with his mother during the week. taken a* eonfcMcd, by nald defendant. I Unless paid certificate .hl be redeemed 4th day of O.toh., A. I). 1920. .. the by said defendant.It .II J. ". In Ch.n., .

It la ordered that this order be. ccordinr to law tax deed .I laatie thereon I Deration hill ..1 h* token aa con la further or..d. that this order b* pub. C. Adklna. "lpl.ln.nt
end.G. published furt.. a week for four eonaeeutlvaIwevka on the IBth day of Ot..b..r.. D. 1920. f...by maid defendant. ll.hed .a ...k fiiur .,nn..utln weeka. .
M. Bennett visited relatives at In the County Telegraph anewiipaper Witne my .." .I.nt."and seal this I I further ordered that this order hapuhlkhrd In the Bradford County Telerraph. a newapa. I.John. A'.nd.' Graham J.m.

Raiford a few days during last week. publ.h.D..M.n said County and the llth day of l..pt.ml.r. A. 1020. a week for four eonnieutlv. per published I In .aid County and Stot. n.t. f.mu.1. .C. ln.J.J. D.O.
State. T. WEEKS. week In This, HO. M.I."n. F..I.
County Telerraph.newpaper August
Albert Beck, of Hampton spent Thla September 25. 11)20.) Clerk Circuit Court 1Ir.dfnr Count F. th,D.Mor" said county and ..,.a UI.W.. T. WEEKS .1 Edle.,.,, (Cha T. W. PI't..John W. R F.I..

Sunday afternoon here with friends.A. W. T. WEEKS, ida. ( Thl September lt. 120. (Seal) Clerk Circuit ..ur. and Francis.I. Rnd: .
Seal By A. By C. A. KNIGHT (
( ) Clerk Circuit C KNGH. W. T.
L. Sullivan has returned to his Cur ( ) WEIB d''rl"Solicitor .nt.
By C. A. KNIOHT.Ptputy I.1.&t10.1 n"u' -1 Clerk Deputy '
O..t > liy tilll filed In
.t the ahov
aworn
"
E. M JOHNS. I.ln.
home in Vero, after spending several Clerk.E. By C. A. eat,.. of the abov named
hl..n.
for
days here recently with relatives and M.Solicitor JOHNS.for Complainant. 10.1-6t-10.29 NOTICE OP APPLICATION Trim TAT PEED A. 7.. ATKINS. Deputy Clerk. Comt.I.ln.nt 9-S-SU10-I defemlantaand them. I I. unknown|
ITNIIFR SECTION 671 OF THE Solicitor and each. of them twine over the are of fwen.ty .
friends. FOR-PUDI.lrATl N- GENERAL HTATUTF.BH."b" f. Cmplal.n! O-t-St-10.1 TOWN TAX. NOTir-r ine year It 1 t.. therefore ordered that

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Phillips have In ORnEr ... State of Florida.. Elrhth notice I* given thiit W. E. Knlrht.iurchaer Notice I. hereby riven that U,. rnllnwlnr aid riefendanta. and each of them be and

returned to their home In South Flor. Judicial {' ... Cu.. County In Chan of tax pale certificate numberedmpertlvely NOTICE OF FINAl. DISCHARGE denerlbcd lands will ..old at public auctionon t they awe hereby required lit appear to the
.,., lI.d'or 9. SR. 41. 30. 81. IIS. Ill 191 Sixty day after late. hereof. I, the. underalrned. the first Monday .t October. 1950. It Mill nf Complaint filed In said eatiae on or before
ida. after several days visit here and .1., Andrew and J. W. An. and
at Sampson with relatives. I drew., Jr., doing business under for County Florida.' Said ".rlll..t heln Hardy Newsitm. deceased will present my county of Bradford. Slate of Florida or the lleratbina. of said bill of e *

G. W. Hinson has returned from the firm name and .. of J. I .ud July End IP1. and III" cer-.. vlu.h.A. and final account to the Hon. C... much thereof .will be neeeseary to pay the a plaint will be taken a*. *onfe* ed by said .
.
W.. Andrew ,1. tO..u In my and lisa appllea- C.ardlnrr. County Judge of n..M.r Coun. amount due for taies. herein set opposite the f..n".nl.I
Tampa, where he went to be at the Sn.Cpl.ln.nt t.n tax deed to Issue. In accordance with tv, Florlila. and ask to lie. dl..h. ...1 same torellier. with the Coot of paid Pale and .. ordered that thIs, order. he fiulw
Arlmlnlstrator.Thl. advert llnr- d once 5 week for twelve. eonnecutlve
bedside of his sister. V law.Said respectively emhraree the th. S7th day of August 1020. week In the Bradford Telegraph
II ertlll..t Com al Cor nf the nf and County ahew
Several of the school children are Isaac Reynolds, et al, '.lo..ln. 1.'n' County. Florida.. R. B. IEWfOM. run Ni 7 .chain. B NF'.ht IW\ of ....|>er publIshed In paid county and state.
"
nf..nd.n. at ,I, date th. Imuance of such. Administrator of Rritate of N..am. A. C. I,. H thence t Thla. lOih dy of August A. I>. tORt i
paid
having to be kept out of school on It appearinr. by ." to th l.r" alonr rirht of
< hereinfter W. T.
ertlflcatea In the n.m. reapectlvely d..d. way to R lion of NEVi of WIJll.
bill filed In the above stated cauie that Ran 1.I.It.I.2
account of an epidemic of sore eyes. : sam Rt>ynn1ds. the defendant therein named. particularly, set forth, t..I iCertificate NOTICrToF N alonr said. line to pt of I.IEth.n., IR.. (".1) .Clerk Cu"
S. B. Woodard left Monday for San- I. a non-resident. of the State of Florida and No. t .br.a. IW.f NW*4 APPIICATIOV ."It TAX lIKED Tp. S, R. II f.. 1 A--Owner. "Kile. By C .d. .

ford where he will spend time. that he i I. a resident of Savannah, Ceonrla. A N"J of 8W'4. See. 14. ". R. 1 vn"l SECTION 176 op THE Taxes and *.,., 66 40. P. R.1.1tll.l. Deputy Clerk.
some anaenaed M. J. STATUTES
Ea.t acre. W 14 A of of
N..tl.
and Is over the of twenty-on years I GENFIIAL SEVi SlCVi and SWVi of
Berry Kelly, of Raiford was a vis. I* th.o. ordered.ae that laid n.n..ld.nt I ('.rtll..t. No. Sit embrace of E''. Hereby nntlre Is riven that A. T. Adklnl, and IW' of fW', I. 7. Tp B, 11\ NOTI'I.O.rtrrnoi
itor here Monday. defendant and Is hereby of l.t WH4 of lot. I In T. E. tVtkl. purrh.srr of tax sale certificate, numbered Y. 14 .-. Kite. Taxea and W . 1. 1..I.I.tur or iffl*. under
b t
I pear to bill of complaint' I. suid 2nd Add to . Butler awned B. M. CarVCertlflcate respectively 194. Bl. VB. n. P4. 120 141, 149. 6211 fid. the C..nptitutin; of 1001 a tile. Htat of

M. M. Brinson and W A. Jones on or 'n. Mcinday. II"lt day ofNnvemlwr. l
went to Smith lake Monday to spend "W. A."D. I 192B. otherwise. the .1. No. 41 embrace NI of J loll, 20?. and Ill l Issued the. Tax Collector Aires In NE Cor. S... 15. 11". B R. 21 F!., an ampnilment ,. the Gonatllutlon of
ration of laid taken of 8K'4 of NEE\ of of for Bradford ('""nt". Flnrlila. Held certificate 97 .- .. E. Kite. Taxea th* Riat of Flor, It In, and the Mm .. mrnwilto
.
a few days fishing. bi wl b of NE'4 A of -NH f sw% of NW .nl
fcMied hy paid! 84 104 lielnr ilaled the End day of July A. cost. *21,35. by a volt- of i-fifth of nil Ih*. mum
Sam Swindel, of Sampson City, I It I. further o.d.o. that this order b* : 4t.( fSF'* WH of BEVi o I) 1017. and certificate lii. 95. N7, 94. 120. Her at NWVi of NF.f NEVi and rnn 8 twin rlrtrd lo each h,)UM.| that the vot- on
here with homefolks. published once a .k for four nonsvcutlveweek W NE1I4 of SW14 WHof 141 141l. lea, 1f11., IN*. IS?. 11)2. II. I'l feet E & B76 ft. W 4119 ft. said Joint Ktwnltitlon were poured upon thlrrt.v.Mttlv
Sunday
spent In the. County Trletrrntih. a fFnf 8EVJ 8H nf NFJ'4 of SE'll.. 1V4 1MB. 2no.) (12 being dated pt of lie*. 1. IR, Tn. B. R. 21 P... Journals, with the yeas and nave
D.Mor
.
Messrs. Arthur Bennett and Alvah newnpaper publ."d said County and See. B. 8. R. t E., 100 acre, sib day of A""u.t. A. p. 101*. and ha flled f --Owner.. Kile. Taxee and ."'., thf>_,n. and they did deI.rnias and dlrvet
peseed unknown.Certificate the said certificate. In 14 nB. that the paid i.e .ul mll' 4tn
Saxon of visitors here Stat my offlc. and made J.lnt r..lut.n > *
Hampton were I This September. LII. 3020. No. 70 ..._ wI of W'i application, for tax deed Iq Issue In.accordance Com 269 ft N of BW of NFVi and run th. alootnra nf th ft.t. the Sunday afternoon.J. w. T. VEEKC.Seal : . of N. '4 4V NWH of NE'4 A Nt"f 8W1 with I.... The said certificate repee.lively N 41* f. E 627 f.C. ft. N 209 rtlnn In Ntvrml.fr. 110.

P. Hall spent the week-end in ( ) Clerk (1."lt Co..r. of NE' R. 17. Tp. S. S. R.. embrace the followlnr lands In Brad to lit 2... Sec. !. 41. R Et K.. f NOW TlfRnKKfiHR. H. Clar CRAW-
II" C. A. KNlH1. a.".. R. W. Williams.Certifleste ford County. Florida, assened at the date of Aeres-Owoer J. Q. Peacock, Ta. and FOKJ*, Bvcrrtary t>f fltat of the But ofFlorida
Jacksonville with relatives. I Deputy Clerk. No Rl emhraee Dee at NW the I..u.n. nf ueh. certificate, In the sept.,. 'f 10. do hen '" .Iv. nntle that a
Cor of 8W< E a08 yd., line div n.m.
D. J. visitor E. M. JOHNS. 4 run on respectively hereinafter particularly forth Com at Cop of of and
Phillips was a to Hampton set 111 BWVi run GENERA ri.KCTION .
of Hee. SO. to of a
NH ( a pt
j Solicitor for Complainant. 10-1-BH0.29 81 tbna. lCertificate B 70 pta W to a pt of .
Saturday. E: thence 994)) ydi. 1. will b* held In each In Florida on
thenee county
1 1. 70
la* cnraraeea ytw cjuarl.rof yd*, W 70 pile. N 70
Mesdames C. A. and H. thence W 440 yd*. Silo "t to beg, ': ..I..,. F. 70 I tn of "d Tuesday. n.nt .u.M'_Hn.r the fiat Mondar In
her.
Youngblood I;I 17, Tp. 7, R. E., pt Sec. IR. Tp. It. .
ORDER FOR ? 8. R. III 'na. 2 Novrnitrttr paid Tuimlar _
PUDLCATJ01 R.89. o. aaaea 40 .. E. H. Jonea.Certificate 21 A. -Owner John Wllll.m. A. I> IttifO the _ _
E. Moorer visitors the county . Elrhth F. .
were to In Circuit Crt. St. A. MeLeod.CertiCeste T.. and In. the
metropolis the first of the week. I Judicial .. l.dlor County, In Chan No. 11 emliracea. NR'4 of SE'4of lawn No f embrace.I. 8. lot.E.69 In 10 Wood co.1. 'IIR.O., C. 8APP. SECOND HAY OP NOVEMBER
S. 1. I. ,
S. R. 10 for the said
eery.Mamie IIW'4. See. tJ 5. 2 Ea.t aaeneed ratlAratlon or of the
Everybody remember the box supper Luke acre. anmeed Rhodvn.Certiflcate ('.. .I.n.n. Shaw. Marshal and Collector. Joint Rmolutlnn .... .J.al.. amendment
No. 11 B. Tilt! .embrace* W J.1 of BFJ the Constitution of.the fltat of Florida.. .
Friday night and attend. I Compl.ln.nt .mb..a. lo Quarter of BE Quarter. Bee. 5. 8. R. t .
v. I Mrs. II. !vln..n. 22 1': 20 ansessed Bilsa, Lttptnn. NOTI'I II.
Jno. Charlie
Phillips and son, .a. -
.
Jim Lube, Strirke. Crdln r.Certlflcite Certificate To the of Bradford County, of the A JOINT n.IOItTION Prln.,
No. R7 embraee SE Quarter of Ih..lff
were business visitors to Starke I Defendant.. No. 1BI embrace. 8E14 of N NW nf FI..I" I Amndm to Art.**!. I IX of theCoflatttuii.n
*.
Bee. 6 B. .
Tp. E. 40 l.at
Monday. 1 appearing. by affidavit appended to the 4. See. 4, Tp. 7. K. R. 28 E..t 40 .. am.Quarter.asaeesed Unknown.Certificate R 2 It known that I. R. Cf.AY CRAWFORD. ., of t Btata uf Florida ll.U.*
i I I flled In the above stated cause that amie.ed S. 8. Chandler.Certificate Secretary, of of the Btate of Florida, do to Tax at ton and Flnane.
94 embrace
Jim Luke the defendant therein named No. 2H* embracea IW' N of BW N. I H.1 of P hereby rive n..I.H..t. that a : It. It K.v>tv.d br the 1.I.ltu. of the

i. a non-realdent of the Stat. of Florida Brunawick. and Ry.. R 2. ''". 7. 8. R. 2 ._ 10 acre*. t.1. *of, 8. R.4".r..". of 10 SK A. Qu..r.. *.**f. t. GENERAL F.I.F.CTIOM I fitat of Fu.I"a _ _
of town of
that he la a resident a>... Bro known.Certificate. Will held' In Bradford County, State of That th folnwln. amendment to _.
ASPIRINName Stale of Georirls, and I I. over the are (minis said certificate nhall be redeemed Florida.on Tuesday n.xt the first e nf Article the Conatltutlon of

of twenty-one, year. I I la. th..fo.. "rd.n. according to law, tax deed will Issue thereonon Silk" 4* In N. 120 .mh.a.. Co'W sub n.1 of of 1..1. In Nnvemhr. A. "a..dln.. the .Id State of 11"1. fflatlnir' to. iatlon and flnanr .
.
that aald non..ld..nt d.f.n.nt I. the IKth day fl October.. A. I). 1820. Llvln"t.n Tr" Tueailay twin thefICONI. IIWO. : I I. h..I. agreed and be *..
NE Quarter .1.1 .
Quarter, Bee. E*
hereby ...nulr to ..''ra bill of complaint Witness my official .mature and anal this Tp. I. DAY OF NOVEMBER I milled to the ..1.1. nf the .
B. R. 22 F. aaaeMed lea "
laid on or Mon. th llth dny of A. n. 1M20. .Jahn.n. tlon rrj, the. ral l
.f. I..ml.r. Certificate No. Ill embraces SR For Statea Senator from the. State or .Utn nest Hn.> .1***>
Quarter nf "ni.
Genuine day. the lit day of Novemtier. P. 1920. T. WEEKS.Clerk nf fur pit years from March 4, 1921 tin hold h... ",., that I. to say that. H*a.
"Bayer" on SE Quarter. Hee. Tp. 6. R. E. 40 .
oh.wlo. the alteration of .aid bill. will b CI..11 Court. Bradford c.unt". Plo,. seem. aeseMed J. .. Morrow, I. 2 For Six <*) Prealdentlal. Elot. tin I of Article. B of the C-in-tllutlon of lb.Slat. *
t token a* eonfe*>ed by said defendant.It SEAL) of Florida amended v*.
For 'pre.enttlv of ao
one Con.vrm.lon.l
that order Certiflcate' No. embrace R Half of 1..ond b .t .
Is further b By C. A. KNIOHT 11 follnwstfUeflon
o.rd for thl on. Smith Half of Lot S Half of Lot 10 )I.. Ill.trlct of the Btat of Ford.. In _ _
publl.h.the once Bradford a .10 County Teleuraph.ncwpaper .. a 1.1.1t16.1 Deputy Clerk. N 12 A., See. 7. Tp. 7. B. R. 20 E.,"4* Mr**. the Hlxty.eventh Conrrce* of "! ff The 1..I.tu.' .h.1 have pow..
to
.k. Stale. I.r provM for issuing l bonds only
asse.n.d J. M Shaw Jr. lt..
published In .aid County and NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Certificate No. 166 embrace SR Quarter of For Oovernor of the Btate of Florida. : for the purpose "f r*>r*.tltnir or aupprMMlnir -
State.This. UNTIES' SECTION S7I OP TRB41ENERAL !: For Secretary of Slate of Btato of I InsurrectIon or for the rnrpoa ofriitmlna
NE See. 6. To. 1. B. R. El E., 40arm. th I
St, 1920. 4u.rte. |
s..ptoemb. o. honda already U-i
fTATUTF1 n..ld. .fundln"
.
d Ida M. Pratt.Certlflcale
w. T. WFlkS.CSI Hereby notice I I.. ., E. Knlrht.purchaner sued at lower .
rata of .
For General of the Stale of FIn,. a In..t. or for tnpnriroi
16* embrace Half of A'torn. I
) Clerk 'jut Cour of tax ale numbered 1. I I of julrlnir. building, maintain-
.rtll..t
I 11 C. A. IN 111.put respectively 27. SO. 4. 55. ST. SW E Quarter Quarter.of See. Q".r .Ni.Quarter 60 1.1.For of nf Florida. Inv a art*>in of good roa.ta and l
Clerk. 10. Tp. 7. II r.m"t"le t. ltoet
62. 7B. 77 100. 10. 120. 1X0 149. I. For the Florida. throuirhoiit thla fliat under such it1.X
assented W.
acre A. May tau.t
I**. M JOHNS uo. 178. 17H 17. 17H, uiaued by theTa Certificate No. Ill For Superintendent of I'uhll Instruction of an may b* prranr.!***! by an Ant of th

I Solicitor for Cmpl.ln..nt.. 1Ot.Stl0.29NOTICE Collector 1."or County.". Florida. of NK Quarter Bee. 17..br.Tp. 7. "r.Quarter 21 K., the State of Florida. iHlaturvi p"vl".". that. any bond la>.. an.thfirliod .

Said eertlflcatee IpUbr 4th. 40 acre*. .. H. Jones.C.rtiCcst. .I. For CfimmUeloner of Arrieulturc. of the In fiurauanir hr x>f for a aratm. of
I OF ELECTION loll. and flled said ...rlll. my _. embraeea All. 14. Btate of Florida. rood .afla and brldifm ...h.1 not .***mt I.)

"Bayer Tablet\ of Aspirin" i.i I. C. F. Hoover. Mayor of Btarke, Florid, office and m.d. application for tax deed Tp. 7, 8. .R. 22 1\., 640 acre. . B. Fur Two JiMtleee of the Buprem Court of mount flv. fit) per .nt. .* .aa.
: gen- by virtue of the authority. v..d 'in by to 1..1. 'In acordnee with law. Itro.. I.ul the Slate of Florid aMi mnt of the at..at the tlm of I..

vine Aspirin proved safe by millions law. do hereby ..1 S Special b Said certificate* rewpeetlvely embraeea th* ( No. 17 embrace* Half of For On. Railroad Commlanlnner of the Btate Th vot *.t In _m'.U.".* with ..
and for held at the Town IB the aforeaald .. fnllowinr lands In Bradford County Florida, E .rtll..t NW Quarter of P Quarter 1 of Florida. l>r*.,. .m.n"m.nt. and the .nv. dwla
prescribed over 1.1
by physicians the aweMed at the date of the humane of sucheertiCeat.s Q".rr ration and .
Tuextay. .
.by the qualified therein on NE Quarter of NW Quarter 4k W Half For State ln.t. for Ifith Senatorial Die.trlrt .tu. the.r. .h.1 b subjestadto
twenty years Accept only an unbro. itnth day of Otob.. 1920 for. the purpose of In the name ,repeetlvely hreln. SW Quarter A BE Quarter Sea. 35. Tp. o, of the Florida.Fnr the aam rvulatlona -.I.U.. ..

ken Bayer package" which contain .I.tln. after particularly. et forth. t..lt' B. R. Ph E. 400 aerea, asie.sd Paul rlroe.Certiflcate Two Member of the Hone of Repre.enlatlvea mvm provided by law for ...ml .1.UDn!.
24 Lola 5. 4 of the Htat of .
N. Florida.IN
ALDERMAN. .rtlll.t. .mb. .f the of Florida
.
1 No. IKK embraeea All, Be 2R II.toe
proper direction to relieve Headache I."to. F. P. ShaRer. T. !*, ICndrtck.Jullan . Silk 4 In MaKlnn.. Add t Lake Butler, Tp. 7. 8. R. E., 64U Aerea, .semad*Paul For County. Ju" TESTIMONY WlfKltflOf
Toothache BMeed Vsiknnwn.C.rtCeat. 2 I hav b*runto at hand
Earache Neuralgia, Rheumatism. L. P. Bm*. Fo fherl. my
In testimony whereof. I *uberib. No. E7 embrace* Lot II N of Poe the Circuit and afflMd the Croak Seal of
'i
Cold and Pain. Handy tin ".unt Ry In T. E. I>..kl.'. sod Add to Lake But. Certificate No. 18 embrace All Be*. 24 Cr. SEA .
( !
ad! h
my name and cause the town T For County Assessor of ) of Florida. at Tal.1
7, R. 22 640 A4re. aaaeeaed Paul T. ltat
boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. i to b..unt affix this loth day of Sep. I.,. aweaied H.tl.. WII.m.. I For Tax Collector.or I.h C.pltl. this. jlUiwf.ntr'wlKhth

'"" Certificate. I 1. "H o N\ II ( No. 194 embraeea All. 8... IB. County Superintendent of Public In MOTI -.
Druggists also sell)) larger "Bayer 'Tsea! 80'C.. HOOVER.Attest \ 14. Tp. S. B. I 20 Cant, SO I .rll..t .tnietlon.Fnr ) l zn Tr
P. Tp. 6411) .
22 .
packages." Aspirin is trade mark Myor. t7nknown.Certificate Bros.Certiflcate. I E. A. Cfiunty Surveyor. H. CLAY'CRAW1.**' ':-!
1 No. *K emriracea Com at ;
Bayer Manufacture Monoacetlcacides. C. A. FUTCH. Clerk. 124-t.l0.e! Cor. of NEIL of SWVi dr S. S .. .N I No. 19* embracea P Half of N For For Three Five Ciiiinty Member C of ml..n.the County. Hoard of RS-lIlt.lO.2I. t.1....
Quarter SW of Quarter *
S right. of W P Qu.r.
to Ry way. th..n. alone Ni Puhll. Instruction.Fnr '
f
FOR Pl'BLICATION. Half of NW of NOTICE OF
ORDER quarter Quarter APrlf'AnOH' Fll(
.. right of 14 ehn. 24
wy a
NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED In Circuit Coae State of Florida. Eighth of .her.. thence N S decree. E ITS. p, NW Iuar. Bee. 27. Tp. 7. 8. R, I E. JustIne of the p....In and for the fol- VNI'Ir tlI'TIO" n .t'-Tnt' !

UNDER SECTION KB OF THE!: Judicial lrf.r County, I* Chan thence W 210 ft variation 12 doseS.., 240 .d Paul Broa. I.wn. J.ti. nitPl. .. . ,HT4TITtM
GENERAL STATUTES Certificate. No. 200 embrace A N of II.tl O. Nottlan la Heret
cery.Charlea thence B 210 ft to maid right of way, then** I 1.1 Illitrlct No. _. e I. II. lull
Hereby notice la .lven that J. M. Truby, W. K along said right of way to pt of her. NW Quarter N of Ky A NW ." .r BW IM.tr.el No pnnthaiier nf Tax. Certificate, No r2. ilated the

Purchaaer of tax .ale certificate numbered. respectively eeiual I A In NE' of ID, Tp. f, Quarter. Bee. Tp. 7. B. R. 2 E., 41Acree. IH.trlet No. -. Bth day of Auiiuat. A, l>. lOiS. .filed *.10
106. 104. and ISO turned by the P"I I S. R. SI acre. ,IW1. Jone*. asaaaed Bm. Hlntrict No. Fo certificate In my office, and ha made appll.eatlim .
Tax Collector for Bradford Count Florida. Texaa ?** Jr. r..tIO..t. No. 207 embraee t Half of >* I Ill.trlct Six.Dfctrlrt Five.. for t... deed ,, issue In accordancewith
Said ua".r N 10 A of E Half of BWQuarter Jo. law. .
certificate 106. belnr dated th. lot day Certificate No.4' embrace Lot Said certificate embrace the iijf.lowlnr '
of June. A. D. 190S. and ..rtlfle._ 104 .nd It appearing by affidavit appended to the Woodlawn. See. in. Tp. '. H. R. . A Y 14 A of BR Quarter of "1 N.,. I..n. described, prtiierty. altuated Bra.
140 belnr dated the Sib day of Auruat A. D. bill filed In the above-etat eaoa that Tesear'eeplea 16. aia.d Co.Certffleat 2 EMt, Quarter A I Half of NW Q..r of lP f..rd No. r1"ht ford County. 11.101.. .wlt'
1911. In the defendant uaoxd. lanonrealdent a B..H.mb Quarter 1 lee* 4 A In SW Cor a .1 lite El. JH
and baa Clod the said eenlrlcate* my trl. No. eb.. SH of Nil. 1.1 Itlitrlrt Ten.IHnlriet W.dl..n. Bee 15. Tp. I.
office and ha* made application for tax deed of the ..n ah of SWU of NVWi NH EH of 8F.' SW Quarter of SE Qur N fV.Quarter No B. I. 22 It.., SO .a_. __'"
to ..... In accordance with law. The aaldcertificate la a naident of Ray City Georrl, .> i_, of NK'4 US of NEVi SEVi wl of SE Quarr 8 Half r>f NE For 1. EI..n. ;I =I..nt being a at the ilmJfuf
nepectivcly. *,mbrae the followlnrlanda the air* of tnt"- yean; It thor or ,SEt/s of SEVi WV o SEVi .BWl Quarter of 8K Quarter I. I A In NB C., tlee niatrlet"n..bl.. vl. for the fnllnwlnn Jua- ueh ; inlihelitanie
In Bradford county. Florida, awewedat ordered. that maid non-realdent "f"c. b Nt, of S'. of flor SKy 0 Sec 15 Tp. S, 8. R. 22 E.. 17* Acres No. On.IriUtrict of Unknown. UnleM .. :. shall b

the date of the ...._n"* of auch. c.rtblkatusID and I I. hereby required to t NEV of BEVi of "W.. See. .. Ti.. I, eed Brooklyn Land Co.Certlfleale No. mlvemed accnrillnr to law. te ..II..
the namea respectively hereinafter .particularly of eomplant Clod In said .._ on r beforeMnxday. B. R. 22 Ewit.. OB . Unknown.Certificate No. 112 *mliraee* BW Quarter I".tr' No. Three.' thereon on the Jlth day of .. ,
,rt forth to-wlt the let day of Nb. A. D. No. 66 embraeea SWVi of of NR Quarter le.* 10 A NE Cor E District Four. 111. -
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Certlneato No. 106 embrace. that portionof 1(20 o. the .Itl. bill I of NWV Bee. El. Tp. I. 8. R. NW Quarter NE Quarter. of BW n.1 No No. my official' ji.oerIh'| 1a.t.this
Nirthweat. wll defendant.It ....., 2 o r.tle Five. the Oth day of *Septerfnier ()'Ppn4fle.&t .
Quarter. of lluutheaat Quarter lb en. ald ere*. Sarah William. A BE Quarter of BW Quarter. lea* 10 A N>. Six.
Kin* E of Starke and Sanderann. public, road. further ordered that I Order hipublished Certlficato No. S7 efnhrar.ee of BE Cc; See. 24. Tp. *, B. R. EIHO 1'.tl.t T. WEEKS.
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J. J. the County T.W rapb. a .
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.. .- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1920.Bradford .
SAGE FOt1R .........

of REPUBLICAN ACTIVITY IN FLORIDA : -
1 ; denominations and a sufficiency
County Telegraph good schools. Stores, of all kinds I

. .... where goods are sold at reasonable - I OCTOBER RECORDS
J prices. Taxes are low Communications There is not the slightest doubt: ..
j 1 Cnbushed> Weekly, and entered as aee:- are easy and you are never far judging from reports received from I u I.

',f cod class matter at the pout-office It from a railway station. over the state, that the negroes of I DANCE RECORDS 1

Stark*. HorMa.T At least two crops are grown on the Florida are registering: in greater'
I'I ,,1 I ,..----'O-t- =-c =. ...,'-=,==,- came land every year, more often_ numbers than ever before and that A2968Oh Judge (He Treats Me Mean). Marion Harris.

.. 3. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner. three, sometimes four or five. General the negro women are among the most I He Done Me Wrong. Marion Harris.
; farming, strawberries and early earnest of the new voters who are I "
A2973-The Love Nest from "Mary. Frank Crumit.
chief sources of the
vegetables are our cast their ballot for I
,, .. [1'. .. . R.. M1.... ,. ,.'. wealth. But we are anxious for more preparing first time. to Down the Trail to Home Sweet Home Henry Burr. '
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T4! .IJH A' industriesmay
, settlers, no that various The sudden activity of the republicans A2966-After You Get What You Want You 0-.' .
., be started and our mans resources of the state is, of course, responsible Don't Want It. Van and Schenck.

,, DEMOCRATIC! PRESIDENTIAL developed. forthis sudden demand on I You Tell 'Em. Van and Schenck.
the part of the negro men and women :
"Q ELECTORS CITY:: COUNCIL MEETING to be admitted to the franchise at the : A2964-I'd Love to Fall Asleep and Wake Up

Caraballo.- P. W. Corr. coming election. The white republicans In My Mammy's Arms. Harry Fox:

. j Charles Martin E. Jones. W. V. Knot. ihe council met in regular session I, disclaim any share or portion in Rockabye Lullaby Mammy. Harry Fox: .
7th, with the following mem- movement the colored -
,\ G. B. Wells. Sept. this new among
J. G. Sharon. bers present D. C. Jones, chairman; people They emphatically disclaim -, A2965--Don't Take Away Those Blues. Frank Crumit.

J. F. Colley, S. A. Bryan. any dependency upon the colored Good-bye Dixie Good-bye. Frank Crumit.

: The Starke Telegraph tells that the Minutes of last meeting read and vote and would like to have it understood A2967-If I Wait Till The End of The World. Campbell and Burr.
has been
board of trade of that city ..
is
approved. that now their party exclusively i
I'll Be With You in Blossom
reorganized and the prospects appear Report of 'bond trustees for the for whites. i Apple

\, to be good for a satisfactory existence. month of August was ordered filed. That is all very well, as far as their I Time. Campbell and Burr.
; Previously the board had little or no Resignation of all members of the personal statements are concerned,.

influence and could not accomplish.r& board of bond trustees were accepted but it Is impossible for the republican, DANCE RECORDS
.r&\ anything worth while.. The newly established pending the qualification of their successors. party to shake ofT the negro.. Traditionally -
board of trade has the backing Is a republican. lie A2970-A Man's Fox Orchestra.
the negro : Young Fancy. ( : Trot). Art Hickman's .
V and co-operation of the business Upon motion it was ordered that believes that he owes his emancipation In The Gloaming. (Waltz) Art Hickman's Orchestra
l' community and will be able to do a the bond trustees be allowed $1,000 to that party and, whether it wel-

t great deal for the general betterment out of the waterworks fund. I comes him or not, the negro: Is going' A2972-Tell Me Little Gypsy. (Fox: Trot). Art Hickman's Orchestra.

' of Starke. The membership Is rep Ordinance No. 106 having been vetoed to vote the republican ticket down to La Veeda. (Fox: Trot). Art Hickman's Orchestra.
( resentative and that means that practically by the mayor was laid over to the time that he makes the discovery,
is inter I A2959-In Sweet September. (Fox: Trot). Paul Biese Trio.
everybody in the city the next regular: meeting. as be will some day, that the white I
ested in its work-Times-Union Short Upon motion it was ordered that $21 Southern democrat is and always has : Sweet Sugar Babe. (Fox Trot). Paul Biese Trio.

I Talks. refunded to Mrs S. F. Hemingwayon been his best friend; A2963-Manyana. (Fox Trot). Prince's Dance Orchestra.Prince's .

taxes. I For the present, however, the mere. : Happy. (Medley One-step). Dance Orchestra.
II. C. L. COMING DOWN Motion carried to reimburse Silas say-so of the white republicans do I .
Kite $50 on attorney fee paid in Mills- not do away with the fact that tl A2971-Goodbye Sunshine, Hello Moon! *

S At last figuratively: speaking, the Kite case. I negro vote will\ be cast and counted (Fox Trot). Yerkes Happy Six.

log jam of high prices hall been bro- The collector's report for August for the republican' ticket.In Silver Water. (Fox Trot). Yerkes Happy Six.
ken and the river of commerce again received: I I addition to this new vote, the rs-
begins to flow in its natural channel. n..nd.t.. road diet No. I -...._ 11711.211 publicans, themselves, have been at'r- A6162-Pretty Little Cinderella. (Waltz). Prince's Dance Orchestra.
Fine* ._ ______.___-____.___ HI.*0
Henry Ford blew up the jam, and he T..... __ f.....____._, ___________8B8U.OO red to unwonted activity in their a I- Pickaninny Blues. (Waltz). Prince's Dance Orchestra.
was followed by manufacturers of textile leged belief that they can carry the
of the latter Total eollectlona .____.___......_--4669.28 but
nominees
goods: and in the wake The treasurer's report was filed as i state noj; only for state VOCAL RECORDS
followed the largest mail order for the national electors. There will
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stores of the country. The way the ; General. Feed ': be some additional votes on accountof 49752-Samson, and Delilah. Jeanne Gordon.
prices of many commodities have AURT. 1. to amt cm hand ___________18111.11 this new activity and organization
dropped shows what tremendous profits AUK. 61. Slla Kit*. An** ............ 1SI.OO <, on the part of the republicans. And 78977+Madrigal May, from "The Jest. Jeanne Gordon.
A..... St. Bllaa Kit. taze .....?.....1S7.TO
have been made and we may be Au... 51. by Hint paid out ___-.__..__ 174.211 we are safe in stating there will be a 78847 Comin' Thro' '
sure that good profits will still be the AUK. 81. to bal on band --..- .----26Sa.61 few dissatisfied democrats! who will The Rye. Rosa and Carmela Ponselle.
; I IAUK. I g I
rule. A drop in the prices of nearlyall 1. br overdraft Road and__Bride_______Fend........., 81.\111 forget their primary pledges and vote t 1 A6160...-.l\foth'er\ Heart. Louis Graveure.
commodities will\ follow, yet pre AUK. 51. Reed bond true Dlit No. 1.. 878.29AUK. the republican ticket out of a sort of 4 Forgotten. Louis Graveure.
51. BUM Kite tax. ............ IH5.BO I
war prices cannot be counted on, andit AUK. 11, by amt paid out -___......, 2111.1111 protest against the present positionof '
is better that it is so, for too great AUK 81. to amt on hand ............ 700.A5 the democratic party on various. A2961-The Barefoot Trail. Oscar Seagle. '

reduction at once would cripple both Auir. 1. to amt on Intereat hand .Fan,_____.._....2111111.11 questions. I Lassie O'Mine. Oscar Seagle.
the wage earners and the small bueiiness I AUK. II. Kited Situ Kite tan .__.-.1157.70Auor. This all\ means that the republicans A2962-Uncle
men and manufacturers. Thereis 51. by amt paid out ?...._____.IHDfl.OI) bid fair to cast thousand just': Josh Takes the Census. Cal Stewart.
AUK. 51. to amt on hand ...____......1803.4J many Uncle Josh At a Meeting of The
more grain in the country than ever Rlnkln Find how many is not known, votes more
before, and if the railway magnates AUK. 1. to amt on hand ______.-____.Jf81... than they ever did before. I School House .Directors. Cal Stewart.
Au... 51. Reed Rllaa Kit, tax** ......_ 57H.HRAUK.
(every railroad man from the section 81. to ant on hand ....-.......080.88 And that brings us to the duties before A3092-War Song. (Indian Song and Drum). Os-ke-non-ton, Mohawk Indian.
boss up is now a magnate) will only WaUrworaa. Fend the democratic voters. To those
consent to move It the prices of flour AUK. 5. to amt on hand ............ 4H2.2S the j Every-Day Song. Os-ke-non-ton, Mohawk Indian.
who have heretofore regarded primary
AUK. 51. reed Sllaa Kite, tax. ...... B7H.H5
and related products will also come I AUK| 81. to amt on hand .........._..t081.08 election aa the last word in selecting INSTRUMENTAL RECORDS
down. The price of is steadily nond Fund officials _
sugar candidates in electing
: and : -
' AUK. 1. to amt on hand ....._........\1211II.21
growing: less, as it should do, because AUK. 81. to amt on hand ...........--MlnS.I the duty la to go to the polls and 6161-Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12 Part 1. Percy Grainger Piano Solo.
there is really no sugar: 'shortage.: Certificate of IndcbMdn. ** Band FandAUK. vote and also the duty of arousing ,
been 1. to .mt on hand ---___-._.__ M.80 Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12, Part 2. Percy Grainger Piano Solo.
That Henry Ford has a profi Involved
... It, to amt reed 1-10 payment .. 2811.28! their neighbors to the possibilities -
teer there is no doubt, when it is Been AUK. It, by amt paid out _._-__-?.UOO.OOu. in this new negro vote and induce A6169-Navarraise from "LeCid." Key of G. Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
that he greatly reduce the prices ... 51. to amt on hand ..............8896.06rUfleu
can : (;* .il Indebtednm Intnt Fend them, also, to get out on election Le Dragon De Villars. (The Hermit's -
of his products now, when coal and AUK. 1. to amt on hand .............. 4HH.ItAUK. day and discharge their duty to the Bell Overture
steel cost so much and still afford! to 51. to Interval read .............. 114.RSAUK. ). Key of C. Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
81, by. amt paid out ,__, .,.. 456.00Aug. party.
pay his workmen the prevailing wages 81. to amt on hand ......?...... HUBS To the women of Florida, who'nowreceive I A2957-Medley of Jigs and Reels. Part 1. George Steel, Violin ,Solo.
Yet he deserves praise, for he could --- .... - the franchise for the first time Medley of Jigs and Reels. Part 2.' George Steel, Violin Solo.
have raised prices instead of lowering HIGH WATER there is, in view of all the circumstances
them, and thrn get: more orders than a very great duty of registering A2956-Naomi (Waltz). Howard Kopp, Bell Solo.
he could fill While the other profiteers The tropical hurricane raging,* In the and in voting in order that there need Dainty Ann. (Gavotte). Howard Kopp, Bell Solo.-

turned a deaf ear to the anathemas Gulf of Mexico thin. week hay made! itself be no doubt. to the increased republican A2958-Come Where The Lilies Bloom. Gloria Trumpeters.
the people and press have hurl felt here by blustery weather, Ihe vote.-Miami Herald. How Sweet The
ed against them, they could not Ignore rains have been frequent and the wa. I, Moonlight. Gloria Trumpeters.

Henry Ford's example, but were compelled ter courses have risen to a height nev.\ A2960-Midnight Fire Alarm. Prince's Orchestra.

to do likewise. er b'fol't. attained.Thursday I musical uuilt\u The Burning of Rome. Prince's Orchestra.
morning the only bridgeof :
wily COME TO BRADFORD the four across Alligator: canal A2969 Blue Diamonds. Guido Deiro Accordion Solo.

which a buggy could cross with safety :I' You have heard Al 1 Jol on's "In' Zampa Rag. Guido Deiro Accordion Solo.

" The man in the North, who la thinking was the Livingston bridge but auto Sweet September." Now the Paul

( of finding a new home, no longer: mobiles were debarred on account of Bie e trio has made fox trot recordsof NOVELTY RECORDS
turns his gaze: excluxlvtjy toward the the depth of the water at the ap- this song hit and "Sweet Sugar:
West, for the old West, with its! free proaches. This naturally turned much Babe." Some combination. A-2959. E4695: -Ungrateful Heart, with violin obbli-
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(lands and free resources, is no more trade away from Starke. School children i i s gato. Italian Orchestra.
Instead he looks toward the South as living: across the canal either had I| Jeanne Gordon, the new American i Sing For Me, with violin obbligato. Italian Orchestra.CONSUMER'S .
this portion of our country has now to make long: detours and wade more contralto who made her debut this i A .
been thoroughly: "discovered" and explored than I knee deep in order to roach their year, sings Delilah's seductive aria'

and found, to be a very desirable school in Starke, arriving there too from "Samson and Delilah. Columbia LUMBER CO.

country, indeed. If you come late, or else stay at home. People record 49752. .
South, then come to the real South at from south of town who were compelled I i C. .
onre-to Florida. Yet Florida Is a diversified to come here, waiked on the I When Oscar Seagle sings "The
state as to resources and liv. Seaboard track. I Barefoot Trail," his hearers all become -

ing conditions. In the far south the It i is not the first time this state of children again. When he sings MEETING AT ANTIOCH
climate is too hot, the rains too heavy, I things: has been known, nor will It be that Scotch ballad. "Lassie 0' Mine,"
the cereals will not do well and insects .' the last. But we believe no permanent l everyone becomes a lover. Columbia In
at times make life a burden. In l improvement in the roads can be record A-2961. Rev. R. C. Crawford'will commence Selecting This Bankas

the northern extreme of the state it is I effected' before the Alligator canal is .5.5 a protracted meeting at Antioch

too cold for subtropical fruits. Therefore ,. extended at leant half a mile further I Harry Fox sings two Southern Church of Christ, two miles north of their banking home our patrons were influenced by one

choose a happy medium-Brad west. Having then no dams to retardit songs, "I'd Love to Fall Asleep and Starke, Saturday, Oct. 2nd. All are of several reasons. Some came because of the recommendation
ford county. Here you will find all the current would become swift Wake Up m My Mammy's Arms" invited.. of friend others
a ; at the Invitation of the bank and
you look for in the South, but without enough to carry away the water with. and "Rock-A-Bye Lullaby Mammy. because OUR ,
DEPOSITS ARE INSURED LOSS
many of the..drawbacks; no malaria, out overflow. Columbia record A-2964. ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED AGAINST
C. . FROM ANY CAUSE. Some selected because locationis
f no insects, moderate heat, no severe -- -- -- us our
storms. WILL INFLUENZA RETURN "After You Get What You Want convenient for them, while others come from far out of
Bradford county" is self-sustaining: You Don't Want 'lIt" is the name of ;Last Monday, in commemoration of their way to utilize our excellent facilities.
the battle of Marianna
also Ad-
If it hould he cut off' from the rest of Health authorities generally are Van and Schenk's latest song: but it's and
the- world the people would still be asking the question, "Will influenza not true of this record. And "You miral Sims birthday, the high school Hut all are staging because "WE SATISFY!

,/ able to feed and clothe themselves. return in Dowling talked on the subject of the Above are the simple reasons for the wonderful we
this winter This is question the other side is growth
:Wheat corn, oats, rice, yams, potatoes a on just as good.
all the vegetables, oranges persimmons that cannot be very accurately an- A-2966. anniversary and Orville\ Griffls read a are enjoying, as shown by the following comparative state
swered because there have been no . . tine paper entitled, "The Siege: of Ma- ment:
nuts
i peaches, grapes, wa Several
termelons! sugar, syrup can be pro- definite experiences In the past upon Art Hickman's orchestra plays three rianna. noted Southern
'luci'd. Coffre docs not grow hero, but which to bane positive' opinions. fox trots and a waltz "A Young Man's songs were sung by the school and thj CONDITION SEPT. 23 1920

,tea does Havana, Sumatra and burley Last winter it was thought that if Fancy" "Tell Me Little Gypsy. "La program Mrs. J. M.carried Alvarez out historian ai requested-by of the I Loans and Discounts __________________-_____$138,657.35:
tobacco, beef, pork, fish, game, influenza conferred an immunity on Veeda" and "In the Gloaming." Comein local Banking House, Fixtures and Real Estate______ 8001.07
gsg in abundance. For thread and account of almost the entire popula and have us play these new dance chapter.: Cash and equivalent acceptable to Comptroller_ 8ExpensE's
'cloth we have Sea Inland cotton. tion having: been affected! with the dis. records. A-2970 and A-2972. 4)- I
i The water of Bradford Is good frcei ease during the previous winter, that . . J. W. White made a business trip and Interest Paid__________________ 1,703.99

letonefound i, at shallow depths. Here there would be a return of the disease Rosa and Carmela Ponselle's unique i.I to Jacksonville Friday. .

are no stretches of naked sand to reflect in only a mild form. During the first : coloratura rendering of "Comin' Thro I Total ---T-__________________________$178,117.29
the heat and make the road heavy three months of this year there were : the Rye" will make a new hit out ofan I. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION
the roads are firm at all seanons. 1)550) cases reported In the state of old favorite Columbia record In Circuit Court. State of Florida. FluhthJudicial Capital __ __..,._________________________.;.__$ 15000.00
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Second growth covers the vacant land Florida and as a whole the disease 78847. CI..ulBr.df..d. County, In Cbsaern. Surplus __ ________________________________ 3000.00

iu park like arrangement, which, with was of less virulency. It is believed 5 . s W. II. demon and C. R. demon. Interest Discount and Undivided Profits______ 4,318.95

the close growth: of grass, presents I that doctors, because of their previous. When Frank Crumlt sings "Don't partner name, dotn and busine ityl of under demon thearm I DEPOSITS ______________________________ 155798.31
I, charming landscape views. The land .experience were enabled to treat it Take Away Those Blues" and "Good- Brother.

is' gently rolling. Lakes of singular: more intelligently Also that the per. Bye. Dixie, Good-Bye," everyone says v. Complainant. I Total ------.________________________$178,117.29
beauty abound. sistent and Urgent: warnings given good-bye to the blues. Columbia record A. E. Bn erth..rn., doing bualnce I
' Land is cheap here and but little the public to see a physician at the A2695. under the n.m. of Martini MillCompany I $136.810.77-Ueposits June 30th.
1s needed. Building is easy and you first sign of ill\ feeling and their adherence S. . I and W. E. Sllverthorn Defendant.. I II $155.798.34: -Deposits September 23rd.

'can live in a tent until your house is to physician's orders resulted Jeanne Gordon's first Columbia record It appearing by affidavit appended to10..

ready. Trees grow up very fast. Flowers In fewer deaths.It is the "Madrigal of May" from i bill E. Sllverthfirne.tiled in the abovMtattd d..lnll'u.lu.\ .came.* under that $ 18.987.57-14'70 gain in less than Ninety Days.
all the year around. Lawns easy I is apparent that influenza does John Barrymore's "The Jest." Here's I I nam of Martin Mill Company, and W. A'I:

to moke. No expert knowledge required not confer a definite immunity but incases the operatic find of the year, singing are SII..rthorn.non-rvaldenu. th* of defendant the Stale therein of Florida." LAKE
BUTLER
to grow: vegetables: flowers and where the patient had a second the ballad from its most famous play. they ar resident* of 1808 ftavannnn Hank BANKSTATE
fruit in this climate. Free range for attack it was less severe than the Columbia record 78977.Hmtmtmrr and Trust Building* Savannah Geonrla. and
the ... of It totho..ro.
are over a t..nt.n. yrret
', your cattle and hogs. Instead of first. Special stress is being laid upOn ..* ordered that paid non-reidrnt defendant COUNTY DISTRICT AND CITY DEPOSITORYLAKE
weeds in your field nutritious grasses the necessity of educating the pub (!I B mUtttbrr be and .r. hereby r,"iuired tu .... BUTLER
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f' bill of oomilalnt flled In ..Idmule FLA.
the
T ar w ,
i itpring up which makes good hay or lic to know that influenza, as well ns on or before Mumlav, the lit day of ..
r pasture. Labor is cheap compared to other respiratory diseases, pneumonia, nmpmujroom ......mlwr. *. D. II tt<>, otherwl' the all.. I'I
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Mil..n of aid hill wl'l be taken ai >uliff
other sections. consumption and measles, is a diseaseof '.e.1 t by Ald defendant. -- - ..,.._.- ....-. -- -
People here are kind to strangersand contact. The use of common drink.. It I* further *........ that Ilea order be Btt. .
a'man is never asked as to his ing cups and common towels, the careless utensils,is thought to be a pot published, on.. a week for four .....n..l1tlveII Till September. 89, llia.l.o By C. A.Complainant.. KNI'lHT.Deputy CltrtlOLHIl"19
\ In Uw Bradford County T.le.rauh anewapapvr .'.
V. WEEKS, .
politics. Here are churches of many cleaning of kitchen and dining I ent means of spreading disease. pubUjthvd In Mid County and < ",) Clerk Circuit{ Court. A Z a.lcitor fur .



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OCTOBER 1. 1920.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. ,
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i I Strout Farm. Agency" G.Ji," '.. Inmanrepresenative' ,,,1 METHODIST STATE ROAD FROM JACKSONVILLE :. the greater part of his lone life was ',.\ .
I 9-24-21. TO CEDAR KEY spent. *
Sunday school, 945a. m.
Bits of LocalInformation tihi Edwin Freeman, of the Empire Re. Preaching and communion, 11 a. in. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 1
fineries Dronson, Sept 27-There is a strong
<_, Oklahoma, where he has been Epworth League, 7 p. m.
employed the fifteen months i is sentiment in Levy county favoring the '
east Preaching, 8 p. m. SUGAR "
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JL: on a business trip in Michigan and Prayer meeting:, Wednesday, 8 p. m. establishment of a state road from Co.- per .* . ,
will reach Starke for visit Jacksonville to Cedar Key, traversingthe
I today a ; Preaching: at Lawtey today at 8 p.
... I with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. H. : m. line of the present Seaboard Air FOR RINT-Fut'nlaht'd Mrs. ;
HH / Oaw> fffflm, VavMa T II Freeman. I Public cordially invited to attend. Line railway from Jacksonville\ thru rooms.
avta
>IVa,,nwM tt. .*. CM.r .W T. .. H I j I J. C. DIGGS. Baldwin Highland Lawtey, Stark, J, T. Wills, near depot, Starke. It 'e

Bell, on the, Wannee branch, has Pastor. | Hampton, 'Waldo, Fairbanks, Archer, ,
hitherto exported only gophers.: But I Meredith, Bronson, Otter Creek, Eli- HOGS FOR SALr.-or trade for
..... milch cow IB.. Shipman, Starke.
Saturday's train brought in a goodly 1 U.,1'. IT, OFFICERS ( .ey, Wylly Sumner and terminatingat .
A. M. Darby spent Tuesday in Jacksonville Col. J. C. Poppell, of Plant City, consignment of black moss, from I I Cedar hey 10-1-21 ; ,
came up Sunday and visited at the which it may be inferred that there I In order to scucre this road it will
home of his brother, Supt. E. R. Pop" are swamps around Bell as well as!' At'the I't'gularbuslnesl meeting the be necessary for a concerted<< action to FOR SALK::-Klondyko strawberry
50c Gingham 35c: at Sternbcrg's pell. sand hill. t B., Y. P. U., senior department, elected be taken by the people of all these plants A. J. Thomas, Route 3. ;
l lFOR
1 i the following officer: Mil MilI communities It will be necessary tit Starke. 10-1-21 ,:

Miss Olive Ray spent Saturday in R. O. Gnann and family have dred Crosby, president: Mn. O. Grady have this road as an aim and to keep I
Jacksonville. back to Starke from Hawthorne whe arrived |, Cooper, vice president; Mrs. Blanchard hammering at it until it becomes .a SALE-Klondyke strawberry I
he has been ; Law, secretary; Thomas Lim. reality plants August Stern, Starke. Fla 1
living for several years are visiting at the home of her parents i
Mrs. J. O. Traxler is visiting relatives past.G. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. While I baugh, treasurer; Mrs. O. Grady A good roads club has been organized -I 9-17-21. ,
in Pensacola. away \Mrs. I'erryman had the pleasureof I I' Cooper, corresponding secretary; Miss 1 in Bronson and is now working in -
B. Xewsom and family have visiting at the home of Mr. and Jessie Thomas, librarian; Miss Doris full cooperation with the people of FOR SALE-One fine brood sow and i

J. Byrd of Graham moved here from Green Cove and will Mrs'J. R. Halligan, of Quaker Street, Law, chorister. Levy county in order that the countycan eleven pigs eight weeks old, Duroe "
D. in
was I do her share, in strain. Mrs. M. A, B-iaden, Starke ,
engage in farming about two miles Schenectady County, N. y, presenting the
Starke Monday.
from town. NEW PUPILS IN:. It JI. S. many reasonable arguments for the I Fla. 9-24-2t ,

The Starke correspondent to the. -- establishment of this highway before I -|- ._, _.__! -SIJ-S-SIMSI "I I

If it's common, everyday eats you Mrs. J. O. Traxler and sister, Mrs. Times-Union was in error last weekin First Grade-Lurene' Gnann, Hawthorne the Florida state highway commissionTo I FOR SALE-No. 1 cypress shingles > 'j

want, see People's Grocery Co. Conover, Gail Traxler and Mrs. G. C. stating that S. A. Bryan had purchased ; Eva Moody, Randolph; Perry this end the Bronson Good Road tl.tiO per thousand; primes, $6 per 'J<
Sweat motored to Gainesville Friday Dr. Freeman's home on Walnut NewBom, Green Cove club has appointed a committete on'I thousand. J, C. crews Guilford "
Get my prices on rubber roofing. and spent the day. street.<< Dr. Freeman sold to Ar- Second, Crude-Coulian Gnann, publicity, composed of J. P. Klmblo, Fla. 10-1-tf. '

Kickliter's. thur Williams, the enterprising young Hawthorne. W. F. Osteen and J. C Sale, who arc J
'Mrs. James Wainright and children proprietor of thes Jianita| and Mr.I Third Grade-Eula Mae Newsom, now working up interest in favor of :I FOR SALE-One 8 1-2 year old Jersey ,
Mrs. Truby E. Murrhee spent Mon and Lucian Kickliter, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Williams will\ move to their Green Cove; Ralph Moody, Randolph. the highway through the territory cow, fresh Price $100. J. L. 1I
day in Jacksonville with her husband. came Monday to visit at the home of newly acquired property today and Fifth Grade-Ralph Gnann, Hawthorne named Stephens, at Morgan place one mile
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter. open up an up-to-date rooming house. I ; Marion Gatlin, ZifT. I I north of Starke.:' It*
Mrs. J. J. Smith had as a guest last Tenth. Grade-Fred Moore, Lawtey. DEATH J. M. RISING! -,
week her sister, Mrs. Townsend of The local --- -... I FOR 'SALI -Place your order now ,
chapter U. D. C., will In sorting: sweet potatoes T. S, Williams -
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Tampa. meet Wednesday afternoon, 6th inst., found two which were entwinedin CHRISTIAN:. CITIZENSHIP MEETING The Telegraph is In receipt of a letter 'I for new buggy, any style, or light
at 4 o'clock\ at the residence of Mrs. a most close embrace, whether of from Mrs. Rising bringing the sad market wagon, before price advance

1Vork Shoes $2.50, at Stern. W. J. Epperson. affection or deadly combat, no one can news that her husband, Mr. John M. M. Snyder, Agent 9-24-2t

berg's._ tell lie sent them to the Telegraph'smuseum. Next Monday afternoon at 8:30: at Rising< died on Tuesday, the 27th CROSS ,
TIE CUTTERS-Write
Rufus Tatum, of Washington, D. C., The sweet potato has always the Methodist church there will be a inst., at Atlantic City, N. J. The body for j"j"II.
Where did that good ham come left Wednesday morning after spending been considered as unsentimental Christian Citizenship Meeting, to was carried to Philadelphia, where prices and ship your ties of all

from People's Grocery. several days with his parents, Mr. and devoid of either love or hate, which every one is Invited especiallythe burial took place on Thursday. prsdcft to Gross Manufacturing Co., .
and Mrs. J. M. Tatum. but you never can tell! ladies Mrs. W. J. Epperson will Mr. and Mrs. Rising went to Atlan. Jacksonville, Florida. 8-8-20-lyr
Mrs G. C. Livingston of Tampa, have tic City in July to spend the remainder .
charge of the meeting, the subject FOR SALE-21 yearling hens, 1H pul. ",
visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Weeks, Lee Hoffman, formerly of Starke, W L. Thomas and family have : being Why Should Women Vote of the summer. In a short time lets, 2 cocks all pure bred White f ,

during the week. now of Jacksonville, has been visiting moved back to this section from Oak, There will be a special speaker to ad. after their arrival thl'rolfr.\ Risingwas Leghorns, Ferris heavy laying 1

friends and renewing acquaintances Marion county. Mr. Thomas made big dress the audience on this vital subject taken ill. ; strain. Mrs. }:. C. Wells, Ruiford, >
C. M. Phillips and mother, Mrs here} during the week.J. money at the large sawmill there, but of the hour. Good music and an For many years Mr Rising was //a Fla. Its
John Phillips;; of Theressa, were in heavy inconveniences and interesting program A cordial invitation citizen of the Starke section, beingone
town Monday. T. Hickey was here from Mulber. expenses of our pioneer and strawberry .
is extended to all orange
the liability for him and family to be FOR SALE Missionary and Klonu .
< to spend the week-end with his When
-y attacked by illness and other undesirable ---. growers. orange grewlug ka \ 4
> strawberry plants, 10,000 up,
Hardy Williams and family return. family. Mr. Hickey is an employe of was abandoned here following the
ed Monday to Ft. Meade, aftera visit one of the large phosphate plants at conditions, decided him to returnto CARD FROM lACK WELnElt freeze in the early nineties, he turned $5 thousand, express paid 1,000
I good old Bradford. The many I postpaid, $5.50. Order now. Julian
with relatives here. Mulberry. I his attention to growing and
( friends of the Thomas family welcome pecan H. Long Columbia S. C. 0-10-41
I will\ ask you to publish this ('ar,1lor developed' one of the largest and most ,

Mrs. Annie Colson, of New River, Men's $6 and $7 Hats, only them home again. me. I am moving away to Mount productive orchards in Florida four

spent the week-end with her brother, $".50 at Sternberg's.H. Verde, Luke county, where 1 can get miles west of town. About sevenyears "
Mr. Wogd\ says that he plants velvet work and good school. I thank assortment '
Supt. E. R. Poppell. i a you ago he sold this orchard to II.
L. Stevenson, proprietor of the beans and corn together: and pro. for your kindness to me and wish to L. Stevnson and retired<< from active chine', variety oftables, lawn mower
Chickens and eggs wanted. Kick- Rising Pecan Farm, has returned vides a good crop of bcggarwceds togo thank the people for their confidence business on account of his advancedage. leather top couch, etc. Mrs. A,
liter's. 0-24-21. home after spending several< weeks at'' with it. The hogs do the harvesting and trust in placing me In the respon- Since the sale of his orchard he H. Freeman SUrkc. It
his old home in Pittsb'urg, Pa. They have a well balanced ration Bible positions that I have held.I had spent the greater part of the time

Mrs F. A. Scott went to Lawtey before them, and have always trust our lawmakers from Bradford In Jacksonville and Philadelphia, FOR SALE-Georgia Grown Cabbage: l
butchered hard. He he has
Wednesday and organized a union for Seed oats and rye. Kickliter's. says nev. will work for just and t'quallawlI, making occasional visits to Starko to Plants Will grow very line head
the W. C. T. U. er seen the same good results from and will look forward and enact laws renew acquaintance with his many set this month in your section Ear

The registration books will close any other feed or combination. of, feed that will cause speedy progress and long time friends.Mr. ly Jersey, and Charleston Wakefield,
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If you wish to either buy or sell a Saturday, Oct. 9th. The women should Dr. Mason Smith, of the Insane development of our county. I resignmy : Rising was a man of sterling Flat Dutch. Express U per 1.000;
farm, see Inman, E. A. Strout Farm remember that this will be their ]last Asylum at Chattahoochee, writes that bond trusteeship, and as vital sta.tisticlan character, scrupuously honest In all prepaid mall, :tOO, $1; /6l>0( $1.50;
Agency, at Starke, Fla. chance to register until the books are Mrs. Elizabeth Breeze is gradually of district 3, and as school hi.. dealings, and worthy of the fullest\ I 1,000. $2.5(1.( Georgia Whitehead

open again in 1922. Only a comparatively growing: more feeble and we do not attendance officer of Swift Creekschool confidence News of his death will and lIuncombe collards same price.Paiker ;i
Mrs. Lorenzo Green has have and as supervisor of the same cause widespread sorrow here where Farms Moultrie Ga. }
D. as a small number of women think will\ last much longer, and asher 10-l-4t \ *
guest this week her mother, Mrs. registered! BO far in Bradford county.' ailment is due entirely to old age school \
Dees, of Mayo.A May the Lord bless us all in oqr '
Is nothing that relieve her. -- ---- ------ --
there can -- - -- ----- -- '
Mr. and Mrs. George J. White, of She does not realize her condition or I righteous endeavor pray for speedy ---------- --- -- -- ---1.- ,

complete line of Dress Pat Jacksonville were guests this weekat know anything of her surroundings. progress and development of our If If1 i .
terns at Sternberg's.Mrs. the home of Mrs. White's uncle, N. It will be remembered that Mrs. county and atate and for the futureof 1"1- redil---

B. Hull. Mr. White is manager of the Breeze was sent from Starke to the our glorious Union. Cash Capital Bank I :
H. L. Brownlee has returned transit department of the Federal Reserve asylum some months ago. JOHN J. BLACKWELDEK. l
home after spending several weeks in Bank in Jacksonville.A I tr


Jacksonville., -1- -r .-._ new -and complete line of BAPTISTPreaching i Both can be built up and maintained, ready for' UM*. I
P. L. Gaskins, Esq., of Jacksonville, Millinery at remarkably low prices :, 11 a m: and 8 p .m. I
spent the week-end with his aunt, at Sternberg's.Mrs. Sunday school, 10 a. m. : Every farmer know that good equipment helps| a lot to

Mrs. H. C. Richard. B. Y. P. U., Junior and senior; 7 p. i make work easier and accomplish more in a given lime. I !

I, E. S. Matthews spent several I I Helpful, bank service should be made a part of your 'farm I-
People's Grocery Co. will pay bye days in Jacksonville last week, and m.Midweek service, Wednesday, 8 p. m
! cash or 60c in trade for your eggs.' while there was the guest: of her sis All inembcrs are nqtified to attend a equipment, and! used constantly i

ter-in-law, Mrs. Annie Richard the Lord's Supper and conference at i There is a (financial tide to farming and the r farmer needs .
J. F. Houser, the Hampton real estate the morning service. Kindly co-oper !
and hotel man, was in Starke Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner left Sundayfor ate. both a cash ca"il..land !bank credit,-both limb in well with '

Tuesday. Hastings, where she will spend According to custom the evening the farming that pay. In fail, the successful farmer is I
some time visiting with her daughters service will move an half hour for
up
always I lie one with some working capital in the 'form of
Florida syrup. Kickliter's. Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and Mrs. W. the winter, beginning October 17th.
S. Yelvington. The Association meets October 15th cash and bank credit al his command. Here you can r

Mrs. G. C. Sweat went to Waldo to the ,17th at the Corinth Baptiiit build a cash capital and cultivate bank credit.
1 Thursday to visit her friend, Mrs. H. Miss Lucile Tatum gave a prom church. Let all Starke Baptist take I

R. Newman. party Monday evening in complimentto notice. Over fifty years ago a young II r
her charming house guest, Mia BLANCHARD D. LAW, physician practiced widely in a I
Miss Georgia Epperson, of Lake Doris Parker, of Jacksonville, and Ru- Pastor. rural district and became famous

i Butler, spent< the week-end at the fus Tatum, of Washington, D. CjForrehl ----.-- -. for his uniform HUCCCBS in the Bank of Starke
home AIJVANCE SALE OF FURSOf
of her uncle, W J. Epperson.
of diwaHe. This
curing was Dr
T Jones<< of Winter Haven
Messrs. J. S. and J. L. Brown, prom. very acceptably filled the pulpit of interest\; to the ladies is the announcement fierce, who afterwards ratal The Dank of Irlpful Sel vireo

inent citizens of the Dukes section, the Baptist church Sunday. Mr. Jones contained in this week's j Ironed himself in Buffalo, N. Y., !
I were visitors to Starke Tuesday.Mrs. is a ministerial student at Mercer issue of The Quality Shop, 118 Laura and placed one of his prescriptions' I E. S. MATTHEWS Prn..GCO. C. WHITE, Cashier

University, Macon, Ga. street, Jacksonville, extending an invitation which he culled "Golden Medical i I
Fred Sayles, of Miami, is a to the ladies of Starke andvldnity. "
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Discovery, in the drug stores of . .. j
} guest at the home of her parents, Mr. Where did reasonable prices first .to leaped the wonderful collection - I,
the United States lit that the public
and Mrs. C. L. Peck. start?People's Grocery of furs being offered in this ) -
could c-amly obtain this
sale 26 33 very
advance at to per cent re
. Ladies Fall Middy Suits at Col. D. E. Knight/ and son, Hollis, ductions. remarkable tonic, corrective and
j Sternberg's. left Sunday for Atlanta, Ga., where The Quality Shop is one of the blood.maker. Dr. Pierre manufactured
the latter entered Emory University.Col. most popular ready to wear specialty this "I>ifICovery from

H. C. Richard has returned home Knight remained over for the shops in Jacksonville and in offering roots and barkH- a corrective
fafter'a trip to Lakeland, Orlando and opening exercises on the 28th, returning unusual values have won favor with remedy, the ingredit-nU of which To the Ladies of Starve
[other South Florida points home Thursday. many patrons throughout the entire
state. nature had put in the fields and i
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Miss Doris Parker, of Jacksonville, It never rains, it never gets too Through a fortunate purchase. recently forests, for keeping us healthy '
| ix a guest at the home of Mr. and hot, it never gets too cold to be on the consummated by Mr. Rosen Few folks or families now living The Quality ShopJacksonville !
( Mrs. J. M. Tatum, on N. Walnut St. Job. E. A. Strout's agent or representative berg, these unusual values are being have not at sometime or other used
is always on hand. offered to the public. this "Golden Medical DiHcovery"

Miss Minnie Bessent, left Friday for the stomach, liver and heart Florida
por Fort Lauderdale, where she will Walter R. Swambon, of Eau Gallic, DEATH OF MRS. STEVENS:. Over twenty.fOlor million bottlesof , ,

|be with her sister, Mrs. David Oliver. was a visitor to Starke last week He this tonic and blood remedy
formerly lived here and his friendsare In Sunday's Jacksonville TimesUnion

The People's Grocery Co. are very glad to know that he is doing well we note the following Item: have been sold in this country. Announcing Our Advance SALE of

g sorry so many new customers could in Eau Gallic. Mrs. Cornelia A. Stevens, 67, a resident .
lot get waited on last Saturday. of Lake Butler, Fla., died in Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days .,.
, Friends of John Kirby Langfordwill city Saturday at noon, after a .thla'' 11r.R51.ts rpfnnil mom, I' PAZO OIWTVKNT I.I1atocue Furs and Fur Coats ; .1
E. A. Strout Farm Agency sold be interested to know that he is illness. The body halt been preparedfor loiuntlr luhllK I Hllnrt Iftital Skwdlnl PIIML a and PriMrudln yoa;imnjimful Plk*

.427 farms last year, 401 last month. attending Georgia Tech., Atlanta, burial.by Marcus Conant and will tIMU=tb sat wsikou, : . PrtagCOFFINS
We can sell yours. Consult Inman, taking up civil engineering.: He was be forwarded at 10:30 o'clock this ,
1IKIXIX1 ''S t You are invited to inspect wonderful collect
tarke, Fla. 0-4-tf. for several years a pupil of the B. H. morning to )Dukes, for Interment i! our *
S., and recently graduated from the & CASKETS ion of HIGH GRADE FURS. Offering

Abe Bessent, Carl Johns Joe Wain. !Madison High School. : County-.a State of Ohio City of Toledo. Lucas I I I And a Full Line ofUnJ..It.

Wright, Harold Wall, Gail Traxler and J. Ch. makes oath that lie U
n
Frank r 25
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, irk Lewis went to Jacksonville Sunday Come early, do not wait so late to Senior partner vt the firm of F. J..Ch.n.y .,. Supplies to per cent Savings
do trading Saturday. People' Co.. doing; bu... In the City of To Y I>
your l.do, County and State afar...'''. and that
Grocery Co.Have .aid firm' will par th. cum of ONE HUN. AUTOMOIULE HEARSE
-- DRED DOLLARS for any ca.. of Catarrh Always on hard. The best service -
A new line of Hoy's Suits $20 that cannot b" the UM .t
'alue only $12.95: at Sternberg's you tried a pair of Ralston HALL'. ruralNK" J 1CHENtT.: at the lowest prices. Spatial The Quality Shop
Shoes l1 You can get them at attention to telegraph or-
Sworn to before m and subarrlbcd Inmy .
Sugar, 20c pound. Klckliter's. Sternberg's. pr seems. this 4th day> of Dacwnbar, I era. Registered Embalmer. ..
\ 118 ,,
Laura Street
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A'fe... ) A. Vf. Olmon. Notary Public. !
draws T_tel'3S cfcBI VanfeiTttaHtranaraaniy We offer free service to persons HAU/8 CATARRH MEDICINE !. taken DeWITT C. JONES oK tl"
who have houses in Starke to rent. Internally and ails through tha Blood If
by was Sad'-* the Mwoua Durfam of the SJyatom.Krunota. & '
pn STARKE FLA.
hhlsttheblood). V'ao.ooafeelasEmmtta Let us know what yon have and we n,. Tmtlmonlaia I r... I :
'.nil luvUumUti. f i'..k.nn des will try to get you a tenant. E. A. F. J. Chanar Co., Toledo Ohio tUmtJX1IIaII


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,; FIERCE BATTLE WON:" daughter; Mrs. Walter Edmondson, I

-, [of Sampson. .
Thousand "'f'rKi'iit and :No Quar- Mrs. Elva Abernathy left Mondayfor
ten Given Brooklyn. where she will open her
term of school.

The time set-for; -demolishing the Math Wasdin, mother and sister,

yellow Jackets nest under' the Ifaynes Mrs. Equilla) Dixon. Mrs. Bessie Wynn i
building on West Madison street was and Elva Abernathy were visitors to i'iresBuilt for the Smaller Cars-

. last Thursday evening at 7:30. Before Starke Saturday.Mrs. .
t.' the time arrived many citizens McKinney and daughter Ma

, It argued with Marshal Kite that there bel of Louise, visited her son Friday. I
Rev.. E. Williams, of Starke, held
were much better ways to do the work With Methods
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than with a water jet. Various plans service here Sunday.O. Goodyear
,': were proposed, but they all specified W. Dyal was a business visitorto

going very close to the nest and who Waldo Saturday. ..- -..
would care to execute them? It was Bobby Surrency returned to hili
',i' another instance of belling the cat of home !in Tampa Sunday.
Rev. B. Dyal and son, of Sampson,
( the fable and of impeaching S. J.
i 1\;";' Catts, of Tallahassee-how was it to were here Monday on business In using its immense resources and inventive:
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Warren of Little I
: be done Some cit. held that It was
:1" better to let the nest alone; if the Springs, spent the weekend at skill to build the highest relative value possible

:,:: pesky would spread things all were over town bothered and sting they I I i the:Mr.home and of Mrs.D. J.Wesley Byrd.Dyal and son, k'i n into tires, this company has never made

I of Largo, are visiting his parents, Mr. ry o
the cows. While the discussion was its work more effective than in Goodyear
and Mrs. O. W. Dyal.
,: still going on, a number of lads, who .
be Misses Eula Zetrover, Thelma Curry for the smaller
were not to cheated out of their I Tires cars.
and Gertrude P.:I've of Micanopy
.; contemplated fun, ran to the town ,
building and presently returned pull. City.were here Friday enroute to Lake: \\ \\; These have the full advantages of Goodyear
I n,. ing a hose cart at full speed! toward p
the.scene of action. This broke S. Wilkes Dundy, of Chattanooga, I
. up and the modern facilities
( the'arguing and the cite, headed by\ Tenn., arrived here Monday and lectured competence care, plus

:", Mr.On Kite arrival, followed arguments the cart.began again !Monday night.. ,I I of the factory we are devoting to the

r": but the boys became tired and took TALLULAH FALLS .di world's largest production of 30x330x3Vfe-,
, ii l\\.( matters In their own hands; they attached POWER PLANT 1
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'. the hose to thetiydrant, screw and 31x4'inch sizes.
time has been
Every it prlvil-
t. ed on the muzzle and laid i i. across the irly

=1',',';, fence. The authorities, constituted lICe to pass the wonderful gorge at I'' ) The of this extraordinary effort is avail..
t i, .. and unconstituted, took the hint, and Tallulah Falls, Ga., I have wished to sum

' :. being glad! to have a base to work visit the power plant located 606 feet ''P able to as the owner of a Ford Chevrolet -
from, began to stir Field Marshal below the crest of the gorge; A fewdays you, ,

Kite conferred with Night Marshal' ago I had this privilege and i it Dort Maxwell or other car using these
may be of interest to many of your ,
varez, and the latter went
on a scout
J .' ing trip to see what the enemy were fine readers place to of know mechanical something and electrical of this I sizes, at the nearest Goodyear Service Station I
doing lie found
them all
quiet and .
. U, in apparent Ignorance of what was to engineering.This 1 Dealer's place of business.Go .
l' plant has not been opened
A
come. gallon of formaldehyde was tn
} '; brought and doused onto the jackets. public since the World' War until to this Service Station Dealer for these
t; Then Chief Gunner A. E. Wall drew cently. We found a very efficient and

\' I his "Biff Bertha" into position. After accommodating guide in Mr. Howard tires and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes.
, "'- having who is now !in the employ of the com ,
,1 I found the range he began
ay'': work, and it had deadly effect. The pany. 1 a He is ready to supply you.
fortifications were utterly demolished Tallulah Dam a Y
II!/, and brave soldiers fell by the thous. I A great dam has been built at the

! and. It was found that the fort had : top of the falls, which forms the Tal : '
V been built around a stump. The residence lulah lake with area of 63 acres. Theater :II II3Os3

t under which it was situated was w from this lake is then carried I -- 1
;: built in 1887 by Editor I. C. Webb. In by an underground canal 6G66 feet to 'V I
J E'" those days no pne would wilfully harm the crest of the gorge, just above the '. .

! "it"., a stump, no more than he would hurt power plant This canal i Is underneath __ -
\ a mourning dove, so Mr. Webb let i it I. the railroad bed part of the '
stand and made the pier blocks high way. At the crest of the gorge the !
! :, enough to clear the stump. On one I I. water i t. carried down to the plantby

c side of the latter a deep hole formed six large pipes. Each is eight feet,
in course of time, and in it the insects in diameter and each weighs 234 tons, C.oodyearD-bM-Cure $2"2<0 Goodyear Heavy T_...* Tube are thick, strong tube that
started their nest about three The descent to the power house by passengers i Fabric/AB-W..thexTtiad___ ntoibvc*) casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a
years I f
'' tuber Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube coat little
s' la made in cable : cheap more.
,
or by
Had a
car
ago. they been left undisturbed tube of less merit. .< <. _
Single.Car* than 3O.3V4 t $ A eo
The capacity of this is It Bab s3M $2150 *
all the space under the house would car twenty. .And.Skid. T praaf 1'I r
v have been occupied by them in course i is quite thrilling to make this trip 1
d of time. going down and even more BO coming

What Mr. Wall did to the jackets "p. .
i. ",., was a great sufficiency. The greater Power Plant.
J portion were killed by the powerful I In the distance what seemed to be .1 I {,
fr\; , jet of water, others were drowned and I a small building, proved to be a large:
i Y... buried. The finishing touches were brick building of several stories, with EA 1,1
put on by sprinkling seven more gal.II' one of ihe boat: equipments of miichlnery -
Ions of kerosene on them, but later it has ever been my privilege to
'" developments seemed to show that the see. Each of the large pipes leading

liquid that made John D. famous had down from the crest furnishes (iOOO
:II' really little effect. i gallons of water per second or the

I :; First one, then enother of the on total number, six in all furnish 8G,. t ,
: lookers would l stoop down and carefully 000 gallons per second. The governor )1

grasp his nether garments to on each turbine wheel indicating the , --.-.
,,, crush jackets that had crawled inside peed, makes 620 revolutions per min .-
and barefooted kids were hopping ute. The process by which the elec.
! .'. "bout, with woebegone countenances, trio power is generated is exceedingly which Ie a possibility-nay mara I I I county since the books were openedto the white women can be brought to cratic campaign fund.
I after having been stung by jackets \I lntere tlnJl.'. The voltage as it leaves Measles developer with a slight fever women seems to give color to the a realization of their duty to them. I The Democrats are drawing their
' r crawling; on Jhe ground. At last, all 1 the generator registers 113000. Each and cough, running: nose and sore arguments previously advanced by the selves, to their families and to their 1 I money from the body of the people.
wheel turbine is 18 eye It is in this stage, before the "antis" They cannot use some and will not use
righteousness having been fulfilled, horsepower and that the majority of the women communities a duty to register now,
.i\ the cite repaired homeward or to the there are six of the wheel turbines, rash breaks out, that the disease is of Florida, or of Duval county and so qualify to vote. others of the methods of raising money

,rt,; board of trade meeting saying to The river has a capacity of 800 cu. ft. most transmlssable and the State did not want the ballot. The women are interested in milk 'I adopted by the Republicans. Each
Board
of Health
.J each ()other,"! told you so." Surely, per second. emphasizes the urgent There has never been any question Inspection; in, the health j i individual Democrat should contrib
,r things take place in Starke which This power plant furnishes electric this necessity of keeping a child in I as to the intelligence of the women, of the community; in the schools ecdditionar; but ute his part to the comparatively
could not possibly happen anywhere power for many towns and cities in condition away from its play or their ability to familiarize themselves the accomplishment of these things small amount of money needed to

'' else.The Georgia and also in South Carolina mates The and belief school mates. j I with the issues of the day to rests with the men and women who elect Governor Cox.CARTER..

next morning perhaps .a thous However the company has not been that measles is not a vote correctly and intelligently. But may be elected to office next spring, I
serious
sickness
vlt and yellow jackets that had escaped able to meet all demands for at some often does is misleading and | many have realized that for every one as well as this fall. I GRASS
the deluge, were inspecting the hole seasons of the year the water supply not demand the proper woman who would take up the ballot -
becomes precautions. It is not uncommon for And the women are not alone to I N. D. received a consignment
in the stump with a view toward re low. To meet this situation I :for constructive work, there would be Wainwright
building. Either they do not care for l largo dams have been constructed up it to be follwed by bronchopneumoniaand 1 two or three other to use it destruct 1 blame. Some of the women have been of joints of the Carter grail

kerosene, or else they had caught cold above the dam at Tallulah Falls at in cases where tubercular germs ,, ;ively, perhaps, and a dozen who would ordered by their husbands not to reg. J the other day, and on inquiry the re
in the head from wet feet the night Luke Mount, the dam has made a lake are in the system for it to aid in their not want to vote at all. later. This is a job for the men as porter found that they were to be

before; for they appeared totally in containing 834 acres, higher uptoward quick development.The Question of Duty well as the women, this problem of planted as an addition to a nursery
different to the disagreeable smell. the Blue Ridge mountains the Burton head of child welfare in this The question before of overcoming the old prejudices of the for such grass that he has already
The Dam has been state issues the I the women Southern men who do not want the going. Aa he gets plant
execution among them seemed built and now Lake statement that it is I Duval county today is one of duty I' soon as
I due entirely to the force of the water Burton has an area of 2700 acres. The imperative that teachers and parents duty more vital than realize; a women in their families to be subjected enough he will set out a permanent

r Jet present water supply is equal to 134 keep careful ,watch for signs of disease I! that they register now many that they to some conditions they have pasture. This grass grows high reeds
.--- horse power but future plans for and at the first show of lack of I qualify to participate in elections may for been forced to tolerate for some to be planted only once and is recommended -
t GRAHAM l lyi' larger development will increase this the usual life and vitality, sore throat, !j the next two years. years. Fathers and husbands are preventing I as good pasture grass for

to 434 horse power. The cost of thee headache or redness of the eyes, have 'I If the election in November the registration of their cattle and hog*.
Graham, Sept. 24.-L. G. Barry wua entire equipment up to the present child examined and every precaution the only one in which the women was wives and daughters in many wards. | > . . .
business visitor,to Gainesville last time is 16500000. Truly the resources be taken to avoid the spread of dis I could or should participate before the of Again it is no longer a question j I CROSBY LAKE
Thursday of nature ease. whether or not woman suffrage

it Mr. and Mrs. Jake Roberts left on and used in a wonderful are being way.harnessed Statistics show that in a three year | be next so registration immediate, although the need that would is not should be granted. It is here. Under I Crosby Lake, Sept. 24.-B. L. Halt-

," Monday for Kingslund Ga., where G. F, SCOTT. period ((1917, 1918 ,1919)) 349 deaths I sential. But the point to be consider.es- the present conditions, acording to iwanger, who has been visiting her,

,', they will visit her parents, Mr. and .-- occurred in Florida from measles, 249 ed by woman is this Next ,' the registration as last tabulated, returned to his home In Jacksonville
r .-.Mrs. II. F. Price DO NOT LAY CHILD LIABLE TO of these being white. The largest spring every there will be a city :election ''I' woman suffrage in Duval county is a I[ Friday.
w !Mr. and Mrs. Kid Sparkman, of MEASLES 'percentage of this number, in any l when the councilmen and liability. It can be a distinct asset i B. A. Miller left for his home al t tI
rlxiuise, were shopping here Thursda y single age period was Among childrenunder be named when three members mayor of will the if the white women of this county I Labelle Tuesday after.a pleasant twit ]

>" ''John Surrency and Chesley Fogg With the opening of the public one year who arc often laid lia city commission will be selected and will assume the duties and responsi here with relatives. !

\ were business visitors to the county schools which brings: many childrenin ble to the disease by being allowed to when, in fact, other city elective, offices bilities, and register. Miss Dollie McRae i la on the lick
seat Monday. daily contact with one another particular come In contact with older children will be filled. At that time Will the women of Duval county list this week.Mr .
;, Hob and Maude Surrency were vii efforts should be made to who are infected. those who have only measure up to the responsibilities of *. R. L. Dean and children, of
" store to Brooker Wednesday guard against what are commonly --e -. October 9 registered Those prior to citizenship, and join forces with the Brooker, are guests of II. M. McRa.
vote.
can who haveno
I Jake and Roy Roberts were bus i known as children diseases. In its WOMEN AND REGISTRATION vital interest in the November men of this county in making: this a Prayer meeting Sunday night waS
\, e\t'R visitors to Starke Monday. consistent efforts to reduce! the mortality election must realize that they will really worth while place to live- well attended. Will be held at Jot

!Mrs Bob Surrency spent a few dayswith of the younger citizenship of A Study 811 to Just Why They: "Do and have a great interest in the city Times-Union. Starling' home next Sunday night-
Ii' her son, Billy Surrency, at the state the Bureau of Child Welfare Don't" election. -
'I. Brooker.: of the State Board of Health is For nUTOF ALL SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS No Worms In a Healtby Child:
1 years women have complained ..
11; Bobby Surrency, of Tampa, spent laying particular emphasis on its Tennessee ratified the nineteenth because the council did things of i All children troubled wi.b.Da haw ino /.
the weekend with his warning to mothers ae.narcotatWhich Indicate poor blood..aaw
parents. and teachers to amendment
granting suffrage to wo- which they did not approve. The olid South rule.there la mor or .tear stomach" dtturMo
i I, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Montgomery, protect the children from measles.It men, the cloak of citizenship then But they could wield only indirect along with the rest GROVE'S TASTELESS TONIC given rr..JarIr.
of
I, of Orange Park, visited her parents, is an bid fashioned Idea, says the falling alike on the shoulders of those Influence an the country, and the Southern Democrats for two or three week. will enrich the blood.I lI
\ by trying to get their 1
I Mr. and State along with other Americans prove lhedlgrotlan.sed.eteasGeneralsir't ,
Mrs. Alfred McKinney Board of Health, that measles who have been \
"raving" for the ballot friend elect will w"I "
defeat
to or certain .
men have greatly profited enUm Tonic to f>f whrlooom. Nature
\. I. L. Ogden was a business visitor are a necessary evil and a part of the for years; those who have been quiet as the case might be" Now they havean able by the wise and I' thruwnrrordttpe" .'ft romu.sndthefhlld '1
Ito Hampton Tuesday, life of very well regulated child. On ly in favor of securing the right and exercise Democratic administration of the j ::0 tuMrt "..lIh piraMtr u t.k.. 8"c".r '
opportunity to direct
a last
.; Alfred McKinney is abli! to be up the contrary they should be guarded opportunity to vote on state and municipal and vital influence on the election, In eight the years. j
,* again after several weeks confinement against as diligently as other ; result of the present national
any questions those DYES"Dye
1 ; who have and make measures the real Issues of election USE "DIAMOND
to his bed. communicable ,disease."A felt "that it they are vitally interested. I
was coming some day"and the campaigns and
elect those
''t' only They have
Misses Ethel light of measlen" 1 on their hands no local
, 1 Byrd and Frances case says thew.lfart' those who did not want suffrage men whom they can be
iMurthee attended the district director, "may in reasonably fights. Their interest in the presiden. I
the
conven- prove no more South on account of various sure will to the right! Don't riek'Dit'
measure h
.ntion at Lake City Friday, Saturday harmful than a sore finger but It problems immediately and will up responsibilities tial campaign while keen is not so i renal Each; package r
and be I.'ncountered. stand by the measure active as that of the Northern i contains d'e'Lion.
Sunday. : may communicated to another with and also those antis who did be. which Easj j mond Dye
not are Issues of the .D1
Mr. and Mrs. Jody Hilliard and 1 most disastrous results." Because of lieve that women should campaign. tern and Western Democrats who are 't so simple that. s J
enter the But those
o. not only who die
children, of Hampton, spent part of I this the rules and regulations of the ')litical arena. p women are bearing. the burden of battles both in 1 woman can diamond t
public spirited and desire to help i in their state and in the i I new, rich, fadeless color lac/
I State nation.
the week here with his brother, Pock Board of Health of Florida allow The amendment has been /
ratified the government must register, but The Southern old garutests, draperie"b :r.;
Hill lard. that the local health officer Democrats however I e
or now, and there is .
no use in further [
every white woman must register i if should ering ,
,i Alfred McKinney, is visiting his any member of the State Board of discussion of whether or not women she wants to be sure that she will not, merely take interested an active part and not be j wool silk linen, cotton d
Health having: knowledge or reason should be granted suffrage. Univer have bystanders in this I mixed goods .
a rule in her ward and her DO
The Qtualae That Does Not Affect The Head to suspect, the existence of measles,, sal suffrage is a reality, and note which great contest. It i is to be hoped, for I Buy "Diamond Dye" rr
is
a county. so objectionable
the the
as o good of the then perlOcl
h'.'' B..ceaitf> of Its tank and laxative effect. LAX shall investigate and shall at one theory and the fact that such small Democratic party and i other kind- t d
I T1VE 0KOMO QUININE (T.b'.l. ran be lakra a almost unbelievable in this enlightened for the good of the are guaranteed e:
placard the house in which nation and "
the disease for
number f
by ....... of white women, less than you
oyunr without rauitlntf nflrvm or rh'lllull one age, and yet a condition their have never dyed _
I
own good that
iu . exl ta. they | Vy ,
the lic d. E.W.CkO\'t.Ii MnLlu' > b' 111. thousand, have registered in this contribute has "Diacnond
i ]probability in several wards unless] as largely as they oan to the Demo Color niKgi.t Card"- 10 rich colo''






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FRIDAY, OCTOnER I, 1920. BRADFORD CUlTNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE THREE

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1 length. The amphibian evidentlywere

News of Florida in Short trying to get away from schoolof
; Paragraphs.vestNewsJ. I sword fish which wa seen> in the lr
-w -* ********rm* mrvmrwww-mwwmw... II shoal waters. When the tide went out

= the whales were left high and dry

II [ and when it came in again they were
He
too exhausted to fight their way thru 'WaS a GOod JudtjeaHer -
----- I the shallow water and they were all

I Told by Our Exchanges. killed. Hundreds of people were attracted .
to the beach,it being a noveltyat

l. first, but as soon as the monsters all
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were dead and the vultures began circling }
A trainload of beef cattle was ship. have been received registered
as were the ocean front dwellers had a
ped from Mayo last week, valued at during the entire term last year. The problem on their hands. ..

$30,000.( figures show that the total enrollmentlast WHEN I frt fc kid AND THE Judge came Id, ,
year amounted to 672, while so . . *
Boarding the gasoline yacht Victorat far this session more than 600 men Many who have gone to I'asco coun. I USED to belter. AND LOOKED ma.
the mouth of the St. Johns river have signed up to take the full college ty in recent years do not know that . . *
Sheriff Dowling and a party of detec. course. The enrollment will like within three miles of the Gulf of THE JUTJGE next. door. AS THOUGH I'd been caucht

tives seized the vessel and about (15 ly exceed 800 in a short time. Mexico and a short distance south of e t r"a WOULD *PUT* tue In fall BURGLINGHIi safe.

000( ( worth of fine whiskey stored on Dade City, was the most promising . . +
town in Pasco county some ten to fifteen AND HE i
board.A FOR PLAYING came up. .
Looker.
Out of of
total 146
a towns
represented .
years ago. It was Fivay, an . J I .
in the Florida census returnsto WITH A solemn t
aristocrat lumber The frown
among camp OR SWIPING ,
Ltve Oak man has invented apple .
tur- date '
a
only twenty show a decrease. '
had some rather large ideas. {t'
strainer which separates the In these company AND SAID, "Young '\ f
pentine the smallest decrease is in man.
For instance, they built the mill of AND I really .behaved. , ,
from .
chips and trash the turpentine DeFuniak Springs, with decrease In'
a SMOKINd'horo.UNLESS
brick and connected it with the Tampa NO "
gum before it enters the steam kettleto population of four-tenths of one per I Northern rail"ay.t Tucker, nine WHEN HE'was around . t"'

be boiled or distilled. The invention cent. As this decrease represents a miles cast, with railroad, and built THE oM boy
a
will save millions of dollars. loss of eight persons it has been AND EVEN: today ,
suggested railroad shops to care for the rollingstock . "
IS SMOKING too.
that the removal
of
the Governor
where a* many as fifty menwere I'M A llttlo scared "' }
Tuesday afternoon during a storm and his family to Tallahassee employed. There was a large AND DARNED'IC h. didn't 'I

that swept over Sebring, a negro,: fully accounts for the loss. hotel, a commissary, a hundred good OP THE stern old boy . I Ie
working in the grove of the Allsopps residences and other buildings that go SMILE AND say. '1'
was struck by lightning and killed. Rainfall in Pensacola and that SO IN his offloo. I
sec to make up a town. The main street . omTof .
Two white men and another negro tion Thursday was record-breaking, was planked. The social life was cared -\->*, THE OTHER daTe "GIVE ME thoiou t

were stunned, but not severely hurt. so far as the precipitation in such a for by a fine club house, tennis court, SVmrv'ciGARETTES." j

short time was concerned. Up to golf links and a park, and it is said I HAD to wait . j''l''
The first carload of corn shipped noon the weather bureau reported a that guests came as far as from Jacksonville ., . '

from Fort Lauderdale to Jacksonvillelast total of 6.53 had prevailed there. The for the week-end affairs. Today AND WANED to .mot*. GOOD judge of cigarette* will .

week brought $1.25 a bushel at rains did considerable damage to the there are a lot of decaying buildings AND I was afraid A find evidence{ of expert car ..
the railroad. The Lauderdale section wood block pavement and not a street under charge of a solitary care . and skill In Ch *tr>rfleld'* ,xelutivu ,
has been raising splendid corn this where that type of paving was found taker. The company went broke ten THE JUDGE would! r..t sore Turkish-DomeetIc blend. Not only '4
season and will have considerable to escaped from the effects of the rain. I years ago. 4" ... . are the tobaccos of especially choice
sell. In some places the wood blocks buck .e vrp. : BUT I took the chance selection, but,in blf'ndinathem, our f''I
.
i experts have obtained a new, .
I( led
alarmingly, making the streets The clubwomen of Florida, 10,000 AND LIT a chtaI'tU.! Knionthnriii' of flavor that easily !"
J. Rainer, who shot and killed Jarild dangerous and impassable. Added to strong, through the Florida Federation double the pleasure of smoking.- 1 VFARMERJJROWN ;,
Edmond and Charles Faircloth of Seville this condition the water backed up of Women' Clubs, are lining up i'

was exonerated by a coroner's and covered these places, making rid to fight the effortjUia/ being madeto C
jury, which held that he fired in self ing there really hazardous. secure the pardon forte:'.']. Menden- \

defense. A gun fight was in progressin hall, former wealthy lumberman and f
the street before Rainer's home and Upon examination and analysis of a orange grove 'owner of Clearwater, ,

Rainer said he fired to protect his sample of the oil recently said to be who on the night of July 4, 1915,
family. discovered flowing from a spring near murdered Mrs. Charles Elliott and her rfe1df 1.

DcFuniak Springs, the state chemist 19-ycai-old daughter, Susie, of Tam. t.
With $500,000 capital and the back. has declared the name to be a refined pa, on the old Tampa-Clcarwater road ..
jpg of leading cattlemen and bankersof lubricating oil. Tho sample was sent and bunted their bodies in the auto

Florida, the Southern Cattle Loan to the state chemist's office and provedto mobile in which the trio and a chauffeur i
Company will open Florida's first cattle be an ordinary lubricating oil perfumed had driven out of Tampa earlierin -- C IGARE T''I' E S

loan bank in Jacksonville within slightly and there was also the night. Mendenhall, who by virtue :\

thirty days. Organization of the com presence of a' small percentage of of tho fact that one juror would '."

pany has been completed and formal soap. Captain Rose said that he bad not agree to a verdict of murder In .

application will be made to. the secretary examined many such samples of oil the first degree, escaped with a life -

of state for a corporation char. from various sections of Florida during sentence, Ian inmate of the state j

ter. the last fifteen or twenty years prison farm-.at Raiford, where ho is --- -- --- - - -- ...- -- \
with a similar result. The sampleshe said to I W' doing bookkeeping for the
fullers can't trade houses.I in Worthington Friday .
slwi'linJr' ;,
lion. W. N. Sheats, state superintendent has examined in the past have prison The murder of the two Elliott '
I Say, my dear brother, 1 don't want Mr. und. Mr. C. W. Edward: were
sometimes been kerosene black oil the most brutal
of public instruction, was or women was perhaps
to trade that niulw. You won'tbe chopping in lirouker Saturday after. .A
you
cleared of the charge of violating the or cylinder oil, and are frequently crime in the annals of Florida crimes. I .
.. 1 minister
I Us lle. traveling .
Trammell corrupt practices act in the mixed with mud or mulsifled with Because of the extreme brutality of Why sure, buys Here let me fill Ha am a noun. J
I few '
and I brought along these
On however such the hide the murders the Lots in the A pound pally wa given at the 1'
recent primary campaign in the criminal clay. analysis, are attempt to up your papers. more out
court at Tampa. Judge Grahamin readily detected as some form of oil setting fire to the machine and con big kettle and don't be afraid of tlicno. horses to trade to the good brethren homo of Mr. and Mr*. J, V Edward i.1,1]
who have noun would
deciding the case, stated that sec in the refined state. suming of both bodies to charred No, we alnt afraid. !Seen: sight big. might a they Saturday niirht. Those present were
tion ten of the Trammell act is uncon. bones-public feeling ran very deep K T lot of peanuts and wasn't afraid like to set rid of or match up some Misses Lucille and Geneva 11111"1'011,1;p

stitutional that it contravenes that Twenty-six whales, in two different against Mendenhall. Recently it became of them.I thing. That way", you Due, 1'1 have Elinu, Ciiioigia, und Virginia Edward., Jr
to J lectio cash to bout
aiI
get a money ,
Andrews Jennie Maudu Ha
section of the-state constitution which herds, washed upon the beach at known that an attempt would be was so busy listening to Smith don't much for 1'ay and t
get money my sermon Belle Lottie and, Cla. .
made to secure a pardon for him. Crosby, Norman % i
guarantees freedom of speech. Ocean City Wednesday afternoon. The talk about HeWitt C. Jones Hardware *. 1 to make it by trading
first herd contained fourteen and the Mrs. Amos H. Norris, of Tampa, the !Store: and the wagons. houses. got If think up want ra Cone, Misses Hocher: Arthur and 4

The registrar's office at the University second twelve head, about half a mile chairman of industrial and social con. Buy, did you look them over carefully mule fur your'n you and you u loetlu hootmuney my Roy Edwards, Leroy Norman, Sumner i j

of Florida has been crowded to separating them. The largest in cither ditions department of the federation, ? to me, we mought come to tin Andrea, N. G. Ilaye, Malcolm *
overflowing since the opening of herd was about eighteen feet long wrote Gov. Catts a letter of protest Why, yes, they are first class in agreement. and Ci'phu lIarrell, t'hailey Cune,
school. Already nearly as many men II I and the smallest about five feet in and appeal, in which she requestedthat every way. You know ho would not Rand Crews; Murviii, fJ'Vmlj Va.co
I he use every atom of power he buy them if they were not. How much boot money do you want? and Ralph lH7.cn, AriloH, Eugene: \ und (t'
has to prevent the granting of a par Well, now, I should! calculate $:-5! Abe Crimby.

don to the murderer. In her letter Guess I'll have to buy ono of them. would be about right.$21i'l ______. .__.____. |f fzn'l
Got a chance to sell my old one Andthl1t'll
Mrs. Norris stated that the federation mule's us
Why, man. My .
the way to do; get tho cream
would fight any such attempt, and out of a wagon and then sell and buya good 1 as yourn, only he is getting a I
WRIGLEYSThe that she would, if desired, appear before little slow.ThilllJlulu. t
the board and make the fight new one. Is a fait driver. You can Ziff Oct. 1.-Memtrs. Raleigh and ,V
against 1Ifenden >all securing his free hem's. my sentiments too, guessI'll drive him II t miles an hour and not Bailey Waldion, of Buy Lake, spent f
go along and buy one. the week-end herewith friend.
dom. The governor, in reply, stated Well, never mind about DoWitt C, sweat a hair. "
that he had every reason to believe Jones wagons, Brown, give us a utory. That's what I want. Somethingthat Miss Rhnda Thoma spent the week '.
the would be and thatif end near LaCrosse the of Mill ''I-
presented guest
cane ,
Well, boys, I've got something! betters will take me to town quick, but
it IR, he would be glad to hear her Can't lIee it. Bethel Thomas.
it's facts. $257
than
story
He also added that he a ; Miss Boulah Lewis the week.
children love protest. wan Well let's have It. Say $2U! then. spent
a sending a copy of her letter to Men. As I, was going to town the other No, you're too cold yet, stranger. end with her aunt, Mr. E.: T. Stewart,

denhall. "so that tie may see what he day I met up with a band of hues Hay $1C That' the lowest 1 can go of Bnioker.
Wrifiley's and it's will have to face." traders. They seemed to be having Got a family to support, and don't get Thou attending church Sunday at f

] ] some trouble so I stopped and said, much for preaching.No New Hope were Mr and Mr. J. W. ;

good for them. I13 J Late Saturday afternoon Deputies What's the trouble, neighbor ; you're too hard. Well so long.. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. K II. Thomas, '
Garner and Dishong arrested Wesley lions busted his harness all to Got to lie going. Mr and Mn. J. 11. Thomas and family. .

Butler, colored, while he wall opera'tJng mnithereen Guess I can't fix it any Say $10.You're .
y a moonshine still in full blast in a more. getting hotter, Mtranger. I'll Mevn. Raleigh and Bailey Walci-

under conditions of bay head about seven miles cast of Going to StarkeT give you $G, and that' too much. : ron, of Boy Lake, Misses lihoda and
Made Wauchula. The deputies were assisted Alvn Thomas attended church at
I mought and I moughtent.Well Well brother, we all need the money
absolute cleanliness and by a Jersey niiich cow in makingthe I was going to tell you, if awful bad. Guess I'll take you. Hrooker Sunday! night.

capture., The still was inside of a you do go to Stairke you will find a tiring out the mule, Dill. Mrs, Creaty 1'onM and children, of

brought to them In Wrigley's' small room formed by vines growing first clans hardware store on the east Now this mul,)'* name I i. Kantu. Ho Gainesville, spent tho week-end with
on the limbs of a tree and dropping aide of the bank DoWitt C. Jones don't know any other name. What's Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Treat-oil.

sealed sanitary package. down to the ground. The moonihincr hardware, store. Got all kinds of harness yours? -- - -- .
could inside the natural and
get room call him Come-back.
fixings and harness, collars, We
new
Habitual ( CuredIn :
Constipation
.
see through the vines but was absolutely .._ ,
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sweat pads, lines, and most anythingyou 14 to :21 l>*y*
Invisible to one on the outside. will want at right price. Got liltADI.OKI) "loA X-FOS WITII rLI-SIN": U a simrlally. !
The officer crawled about 2UO yards
craving for quite a bunch of hoaxes, I see. prrpsredSyrupTonlc-Laaeiveforhabitual l .j
Satisfies the through mud and water in approachIng Yes, got anything to trade lirudfurd, Oct. 1.-Malcolm Harrell t>ifi 'tlpntlon., It relieves promptly but t
the still, but could not get close No, ain't much on hon trading and Seeker Edward attended to business should lie taken regularly for 14 to 21 day .
sweets aids d igestion.swcet- enough: to it without attracting Dut- Trade you any hoes we've got for in Alarhua Saturday.Mr. to Induce, regular action.: It Stimulate ami i '

and Itr's attention, a* they had to approach that mule. and Mrs. lienny Shaw, of Al.. Regulates) ,|| . Very i'leaaant. to Takj GOuIKir
breath allays thirst ,tle.
ens the still in the open. They No; don't want any hoes That's a thus, visited Mr. and Mr. C. W. Ed. _
clean. lay silent for a while and watched the fine looking mule you have there. wards Saturday afternoon. I I '
helps keep teeth Q I
negro busily engaged in the manufacture Yes; but can't spare him. Trade Malcolm lIarrell and Seober Edwards -
'of "shine." They saw him "
you a ho... attended church at Brookcr on
run off three gallons and then take it No; how'Il you trade for that mule Sunday night. ;
in a jug to the creek nearby and placeit T. U. Edward and family attended '
that
Costs little benefits much. Well, stranger, you don't want DAVIS I
in the water to cool. lie then went
the New Sun.
mule. Butter take a hoss. big meeting. at Hope
back to make of the "stuff that
more
No. Mule or nothing. Well, I must tI
Still 5C inebriates.. While the deputies were be going. Get up, Ra tu.. These day.Mr.. and Mr. W. M. Harrell were Agency' Eat. 1886NSURANCE \f:
lying/: on the ground thinking how they
could rupture Butler without havingto -
EverywhereHEFLAUOR kill him, a tame Jersey milch cow "r rSTARKE

with a large bell tied around her neck
% came within a few feet of them and
Kill That Cold
was on her way to a small body of wa. With J

LASTS ter to pet a drink, which was within a
few feet of the still. The officers \Lt ,
:
crawled behind the cow and the noise

from her bell kept Butler from hear 1

ing them. They got within 20 feet

of the till and then waited for Butler CASCARA QUININE
to go back after his threegallonjug
ily' of shine that he had placed in the .,
a water to cool. When he reached his nOR + t-OMt'4 AND 'r

hand down in the water for the jug Colds, Coughs L. Grippe
'" A t Garner covered him with a rifle and <:t

ordered him to halt. Dishong then Neglected Colds are Dangerous ItI tr

covered him with a shotgun and went T k. no chance K .p this standard r.ro.dy handy for th. flrat ..FM.M.Brrak r
tall ..PCkFot'rIse till clothes finding revolver.A .
through a tJ
r tip a cold In 24 hour*- R.II.....
SO-gallon can with the necessarycoil Grippe In I and six: quarts of ready made
a vine In this form do.. not effect th. bwid-Caacara I. b.., Tonic I I
booze found inside the little
were ...... .-No Opiat. In HUP.'a t
shaded room. The negro wa carried
.
iCW/N before Judge Walden and fined $500 ALL DRUGGISTS ,
UM a.. 1) SELL IT
A-153 for stilling-weapon and 1100 for carrying concealed I Ji.


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