Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 8, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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o'clock a. m., Monday, Oct. I _
10 Republicans Want Tariff for, Manufacturers .
4, 1920, the board of county commissioners -More Taxes Reduction Caused by Exacting Demand According/ to the agricultural department' Highest Price' laver Paid for Strictly! Under the auspices of the W. C. T.
forecast of the country'icrop
was calloJ *to urdp-r at the the Buying Public Southern Bred Animal U., a Christian citizenship meeting
house in Starke by 'Jhairnar.: ,I by production, based on indications was held Monday afternoon at the
ccurt: Robert with all members present The Philadelphia Inquirer views with of crop conditions September 1 the A Florida' bred )Poland Chica boar Methodist (church !Mrs W. J. Eppor-

C. J. M. Brownee! Drew evident pleasure the cteadily: increasing j Washington, Sept 30.-Price cut- total> yield of all grain estimated for I was sold here yesterday for tho phenomenal .Ison presided our the exercises and

Reddish, O. V. Brooks and l James' volume of imports and declares ting has taken hold of the wholesale 1920 is next to the largest in our his price of $15.0110.< This Is believed +I arranged tho fallowing interestingprogram.
that the countries of Europe which 'trade 1 to an extent that soon must befelL tory. Of course, between now and the to be the highest sum ever paid .

Reynold) of ) meeting read and were practically deprived of their industrial substantially in lower prices to end of ,the harvest time weather con- fur a strictly Southern bred" and rnispi Chorus, Battle Hymn of the WorldAudiinnv
|'Vast life for the war period haveso the consumer, according to the federal ditions may cause much damage, especially \ boar, and )o'iorldlgl'tll the creditof I with :Mrs. O. G. Cooper

approved.Application. far recovered as to produce, not only reserve board' monthly business review to the corn crop, which i li estimated hanging up a figure that sets the us pianist.
made to the board to those made public tonight. at 8.131,000,000 bushel, or 6-! and'
things needed and requiredat pace in fancy prices for pure bredhogs. I Object pprsunal Responsibilityof
raise the rnpnthly-allowance,, of Amanda home, but quantities of goods for 1 Revival of the wave of price reduc- 000,000 bushel more than the record tho W. C. T. U.-Mrs. F. A. Scott.

Thomas from 10 to $25 per month. export. This country is getting the tion and its spread to many retail crop of 1912. However, if crop conditions The boar comes from the famous Christian Citlzentihip-Mrs. L, G.Powpll. .
Upon motion application wa"; refused. goods in considerable quantities and lines was attributed to "a more exacting remain as reported on September herd of Z. C. Herlong in Micanupy, .

Petition presented to the board nuking the increase appears to suggest a return demand by the public and quality 1, and if maturity of late corn and was purchased tiy J. S. Jones, of Why) Christian Cltl..l'llship'-Mra.

that the names of Wesley: Cottrell to the pre-war conditions in this ." Retail "purchasers are showing is permitted by, the holding ofT of Adfl. (lA.! The sale was consummated H. K. ferryman. '

J. J. Cottrell and Bell Cottrellbe respect before long. As suggested/ , continued determination to await amovI' frost, this country will produce a total In, the office! of H. H, Simmons, 25 Quotation No. 1-Mrs. G. C. Sweat.
placed upon pauper roll. Upon mo- the Inquirer refers to this fact with by dealers to meet the demands grain crop of 5,817.00,0l( bushelsor Ocean street Mr. Herlong conductsthe Instrumental duetIn the talk-I

tion and second petition leferrsd te apparent pleasure, but the cheerful I i while foregoing luxuries and semi- more compared with the final yieldof hem long Model Farm In Miranopy. Mrs D. E. Knight and lion Paul E. .

Commissioner C. A. Roberts t>> investigate view of things is sustained only luxuries I I reports to the board declared. 43,000,000( ( bushels of total grain! Mr. Jones, who has btn-n in tho hug I Iv night. ,

and report their condition at throughout the first paragraph/ of the in 1919. business! for two years, has bought I The Ballot a Sacred Trust-Mrs. J.I|

i the next meeting of the board. editorial referred to. Almost immedIately i Although: the .board believed the This year's estimated total grain several breed sows from Mr. Herlong W. White. ..

The death of Amanda Griffis, pau afterwards there comes the I buying, public was l largely dominating'the crop i Is 190)000,000( ) ( bushels greater since starting as a breeder and he! has Quotation No. 2-Mrs. T N. Llmbuugli. t'

per, was reported to the board, and shadow, and it is clearly marked "pro : market now, it is said that labor than the enormous crop of 1912, but become so enamored of the big, bone I 'x
| upon motion and second her name ordered tective tariff needed I and production were having a marked 180,000,000 bushels short of the total Poland China type bred by Mr\ Her* : The Vine Theory OIsl'rove.I-Mn.

stricken from the pauper rolland Going ove> some recent history the effect on prices. There was much evidence crop production of 1916. The 1920 indicated long and has seen so many fine pigs' I E.: M, Johns. .,

it was further ordered that a war.'I Inquirer declares that things were I it said, of increased efficiencyon output of 6.817,600,000( bushels from this sire, that he decided he wan. Solo, paeans \'Ictory-I\II'II.. J. E. T.

rant be drawn for $7.50 for funeral coming to pretty pass in the fall and the part of labor and as a result of all grain Is 320,000,000 bushel aid him to head his herd of about one Futch. ,t.

I expenses. winter of 1913-14, end with industry production was on the increase and larger than the average: production of hundred pure bred l Poland Chinas and Address, ..Wh y Women Shoul'd Vote ,

Petition presented asking that the I almost at a standstill along came the [ factory operation beginning to approach 6,494.700.000 bushels for the four he made Mr Herlong on offer that the --.C.,1. J. E. Futfh. ,

1 name of Carrie Albert: be placed upon world war and revived all manner of ,I normal. I years 1915-1918. I latter could not resist.<< Carl Futch made. a splendid address t

pauper roll, and upon motion and second -), activities. The newspaper actually I I Summed up, the board's findings With the bright outlook for an ..x-j Herlong's Big Model was sired by which will appear In next week's Issue I 1

her name was placed upon said says that the war was responsible for were that "business conditions now tralarge corn crop this year, the Herlong's Chief and his mother wa and the entire program was very

roll and ordered paid $2 per month. : a return to good times in American I I are definitely on the road toward stability wheat crop for 1920 shows n decline Big Smooth Queen Ho was bred on I I itileivsUng and shows that the ladie

I Petition presented asking that the : industry and manufacture, and now i of as great and confirmed a nature The production of all wheat is ,,"tI.! tin Herlong/ farm In Micnnopy and ,'? our town are alive to thin vital sub.

[ name of M. M. Hudson be placed upon it is sad because the end of the war as the disturbed position of the muted at 770,000,000 bushels, compared raised there and had headed tho famous ject. The Woman's flub und! W. C.

[ pauper roll and upon motion and see finds Europe offering the American I world at large permits. with 705.000,000 bushels J reported Herlong herd for a year und a T. U. nil over the Jlato have been

jond his name was placed upon said ,' people goods at prices which compare "Continuance of the process of readjustment from August/ 1 conditions. From half lie In just thirty month old holding similar meetings on the sub.

I roll and ordered paid $3 per month favorably with(" theme asked for Amerl'l in business and industryhas the present Indications the wheat crop and] will have the bent part of his career ject of Christian. Citizenship.iiIRTIiDAY: t
j Petition presented asking that the can made goods. The situation aw, been an outstanding feature of for 1920 will be 171,000,000 bushel ahead of him on time Georgia '.- --- '

( name of Mrs. Ruth Brosgy be placed ful-from a Republican viewpoint, ) last month. This has been accompa lees than the 1919 yield, and 62,000 farm. This celebrated animal has attracted 1'.oIn'I
I upon the pauper roll for two months and must be corrected as quickly as nied by price reductions and by the 000 bushels) smaller than the five-yea national attention and at the -

and upon motion and second her name possible.The resumption of work in branches of In. average production of 1914-18. recent ciicuit salt ninny of his 1 prog Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs

[was placed upon pauper roll for two I statement is made that American dustry where hesitation as to future Field eny brought big prices Ho Is a magnificent J. C. Robinson gave their little sons,
damage to oats is
I months and ordered that she be paid manufacturers are in no positionto outlook has lod to suspension. where thrashed to he* less serious proving than, animal, measuring over five !lister Price and John Eldrodge, a

I$10 per month. compete with European manufacturers "After an apparent slowing downin expected The promise 1,442,000 feet In length and libs) won many double! birthday party, t'ndlnawith

Notary public bonds of W. M. and it in asserted that a pro the price reduction movement during 000 brTTTMs for this year Is 40000.000 championships and grand championships pic-turn at the Gaiety Theatre

Wainwright, E. W. Hayes, J. R. B vJill tection wall must be thrown about the mid-summer, it has again reappeared bushels higher than last month's forecast at Southern fairs in the past twoyears. I The liandHomo young host welcomed .

M. F. Brown and J. W. Barber former, immediately. "Everyone I and the month of Septembersaw about 200,000,000! bushels above their many srnall'guosts! and courteously

(were presented and approved.The knows, or should know," declares the I substantial cuts in well]) known last year's yield and 27,000,000 bushels Mr. Herlong and Mr. Jones came to ; thanked them for the many

following names were received Inquirer, "that our manufacturers are | makes of automobiles, various classesof above the five Jacksonville to complete, tho transfer : lovely gift presented l.ucilo Mitchell
in '' textiles shoes and leather and other year average of this valuable animal mind and Ruby Davl served! punch to
from the board of public instruction not a position to meet it, and to the 1914.18, but this prospect was exceeded yesterday .
sking that they be placed upon the extent that they are undersold by i wholesale prices. Reductions have by the crops of 1916) 1917 and Mr. Jones was the subject of congratulations I, the little people immediately after
|widows pension fund and paid the their European competitors the proll"lel'Sty occurred in a variety of staples including 1918, that of 1916 being 149,000,000 on all aides, as it was not\ expected their arrival, and they all then joined

ollowing amounts: Mrs: Ruby Green, which as, a result of the war I I wheat. Changes in prices bushels larger. that Mr. HerlonR. would part In playing merry games. Mrs. Sar-

$8; Mrs. Alma McMillan, $5; Mrs. ode have been enjoying will be Impair-1 have tended to make business men I i The Indicated tobacco this with this magnificent boar. ah 1.. llnmriek entertained tho little

SSallie Blackwelder.. $10: : Mrs. Nannie and bankers cautious about!; future : a record one of 1.654.0000.000 crop years of "1 guess people will think 1 have : folks with" the fairy tale, "Sleeping

8.ou Vames, $10; 'r-iii: Mollie Ricks,, The bald statement that a class of commitments" pounds, and will probably exceed the gone entry," said Mr. Herlong: in discussing Beauty.!
B8; Mrs. Josephine McNeal, $5 per citizens should be hedged about for Drops in pricf-s have featured almost best previous yield by 114,000,001 the matter, "but Mr Jones HamlMome, potted plant were used

nonth, each. After being considered their own benefit and the people of I all of the textile lines agents of p miinds. It Is 165,000,000 pounds more was so Insistent and I was so anxious In de<;ormtiun and a color scheme of

(he above recommendation was approved the country taxed to swell the receiptsof the various banks reported and they hftn the 1919 production-and SOfi.OOO,_ to show the world what Florida can yellow and white was beautifully carried
by the board. the manufacturers is something: I added that, due to reductions already OOf do In the way of producing the bust out in the reception anti dining
pounds greater than the tlvE>-'E>ar
I The report of Marvin C. McIntosh,, that should be weighed by those who I I announced by wholesalers and jobber i average. production of 1914-18. there Is In live stock that I wa tempted rooms. Tim dining table was drapedIn

ksslstant- state auditor, as to the different may be wavering in their allegianceto !I the retailers are buying carefully any Production of white potatoes for and fell." yellow crepe paper, and centered bya
bowl of marigolds while at
county offices was filed, and Democracy.Why j'' not in large quantities. The retailer'i 920 is estimated at 413,000,000 bush. Mr. Jones la an rnUiuntast on the
I this country after its nearly attitude was depicted as necessarily and hall attendedall end of the table was placed a birthdayrake
fame ordered published as required ly 1'111. 65,000,000/ bUHhelg greater than Poland Chinn breed .
I a century and half of existence and conservative for the reason a mark..twith the average production of 19(4-18. of tho circuit and l individual salon ono with seven little yellow ran.dlus
aw.The blessed with innumerable natural ad-1 downward trend leaves him thfi arid the other with five.
I board proceeded to appoint a While the indicated sweet potato and he I ii' proud of tho fart that he l Is
Mr and Mrs
P. E, _
the liberal alternative of taking loss or keeping JolitiM
inanagers and clerks for the several vantages and most workingconditions a yield of 102,000,000 bushels for 192(1 able to secure tho bent herd] boar from Mrs. Robinson in rofrl'lIhml'ntll -
Election precincts of said county forthe cannot compete with foreigners his shelves stocked with high priced Is 2,000,000 bushels short of the 1919 the best, breeder In Florida and one of Ice cream and serving cake, after .

general election to be held Tuerayafter who wunt also meet rates on I goods.Similar. crop, it Js 27,000,000 bushels mon who Is now recognized: as among the which Mrs Robinson took all of
thousands of miles of freight in | influences were shown to t >
ocean \Lest In tin entire country.-Timed-
than the five
in November I productionof .
the first Monday year average the Theatre
the little people to Gaiety
the bearing the shoe and leather/- ;
not easily explained to Intelligent on Union, Oct let ?
: 1920, same being the 2nd day o f where they enjoyed the screeningof '
voter. A high, protective tariff means dustry. In them. lines particularly,, -- -
laid month and clerk instructed byBoard | the of the board disclosed the The estimated cotton crop of 12- tho beautiful, fairy tale, "Sleeping
higher prices to the general public reports
to publish the names of managers 800,000 bales is 1,500,000 bales !greater GUN; CLtfH'H SECOND I SHOOT Heuuly." "'
and increased dividends and higher | influence! of a demand lessened by highI
and clerks required by law. than the 1918 output, and about October
as is and gives indication This lovely party given on
salaries for the factory owners and I prices strong no
I Error and insolvent list of Tax Col- officials.-Times-Union. of weakening -Because of thlll 400,000 bales, larger than the average Better Srorm, Hut High Winds Interfere 2nd, 1920, will ever be remembered by

fcctor B. M. Dowling was taken up --- --. -- apparent sentiment, the review, stated production of. 191418.. With Hitting the happy little people who attended.
ind after reviewing same was approv- THE LORD LOVETII A CHEERFULCIVEIt retailers arc' postponing buyinganything --- Tho party lint Inl'ludedlChlr. I

Id and the clerk of the circuit court : except for current require- BAPTIST The Starke Gun Club had its ""1.- Louise I peek, Beatrice Johns,

Wait ordered to credit account of fail l ments. find Rht>ot Thursday, September! 'IOth. I.ucile Mitchell, Leila f Ilea, Elizabethand
fax Collector with amount. as fol- conditions Preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Florence) Andrews, Mary Brown
The Telegraph's bill collector, while housing were rep- Fifteen members were at the post, buton
fows: General revenue fund, $483.26; generally -meeting only pleasant faces, I resented* as being acute In all com- Sunday school, 10 a. m. account of the high wind the score lee, Sara Hope and Georgia: Hayne, ,
Road, and bridge district No. 1, $116- not Infrequently hears grumblings be. 1 munition, the board's figures held out B, Y, P. U., Senior and Junior{ 7 p. was riot so good as it would have been Stella Ilnrrett, llur.el) and Loin Adklns

IC; Road and bridge district No.2, cause of the prices charged appear hope for an early renewal of constructions. Midweek service, Wednesday 8 p. m had there been no wind. A large Betty Mcl.mie, Etholin White, 1
1270.25 General school fund, $966.50; Evening services beginning: October Lois Long' Julia Etta Canova, Evelyn
; ing too high to those. who do not Material prices show the effect crowd of spectator was present to
ub-school funds, $202.33; Sub-school l other commodities 17th, are one-half hour earlier and Marjorie Stump, Elizabeth Kendrick -
know the cent of printing and mater- of price rutting in see the 'contest, which wa very encouraging *
lends, $168.90 Widows pension fund, Tho New River Associational meet'ing Martha Brownlue, Patsy Brln-
; ial. How gladly surprised was he and "certainly have passed" the to the members Many ladies *
118.31; 'Interest and sinking fund spelal then the other day, when presenting peak," the review tlltfod.Chll'avo to be held at Corinth will convene have expressed a desire to try the non, Dorothy. RitMi" Pauline Miner,
I and district No. 1, I Wednesday, the 13th and run through EloiKe: Rltch, Alice! Fernandez, Ruth
bridge and! environs have been the
a bill of over $<>0 to G. M. Inman, the targets, and the club would be glad
( 1,879.21 and sinking fund Friday. The time given last week was Sternherg, Gussir' Mao Bennett, Eunice ->
; with to
Starke representative of the well most favored respect price reductions to !give them a chance, cutting the
feecial road and bridge district No. 2, known E. A. Strout Farm Agency. in building materials and in error. B. II. LAW, distance down somewhat. Canova, !Dorothy) Turner, Florence -

|,861.15. "Why, this bill I will cheerfully pay1 construction where according to the Pastor. After the shoot a meeting was held and Etta Mile Gill, Melba and

I,Tax Assessor N. D. Wainwright said Mr. Inman; "what I pay for )has !I reports, prices fell between 15 and] 25 and the were elected Thelmu, Kllcox, rah Struth, Ruby Davis.

[resented his assessment roll for thfcar done me $120 worth of good, at least." per cent during the last thirty day. prices of shirts. The reductions rover : W -Powfll.. president; Rosen Lueilv Johns, Entelle Kendrick Hil

1920. After being examined the The other day we received a letter, I I The feeling was said to' prevail that virtually every grade: of shirt man., vice president; Harold Wall, ly Graham, 8, R. Johns, Jr., Charles '

me was accepted. The board thenBdored I upbraiding us for not inserting two price revision inthis like many other ufactured by the company and range secretary, and G. M. Inman, treasurer Luclun Kick liter, Walter McDonald,

same to be distributed accord- little classified advertisements, for ; lines of trade was due to spread. from $1.60 to $24 a dozen. Committees were appointed to pre- Jr., Paul Knight, Ben StenibergiJoEdward .

K to law. which a charge of 50 cents had been c't.;:: :'t. I pare by-laws. It wa decided to buy ; *, Jr., Sinclair I'eek, Jr., Stan
2. Price cuts Bennett J. O. Turner, Jr. Prescott -
Columbia S. ley ,
Board adjourned until Wednesday, made. They had been left out by an i I Boston, Sept. 3-The( drop In the an automatic regulation trap, such all .
ranging from 16 to 25 per cent are Jill: Merrill ftruLh.'all'o: Turner
ft. 20 1920, for the purpose of reping accident. The writer claimed that he I price of sugar has caused a shrinkagein I. used in national contests
1 Columbia St )Elmo Struth James Ellery,
announced by !
the registration books of saidfcnty. had lost $200 by the omission of the value of at least $200,000,000, according many The score was a* follow t
The reductions! are said Murrhee, Julian Peek, Jr., Eugene
ads. If this was true, and it very likely I to an estimate made to Attorney Miss lilt Pet.
and in line with the Matthews A. b!. "I'ettit, Jr. George,
to be permanent
K -i --i ptrtt, it shows what an unreasonably i General Allen today by W. M. Wainwright: .17 23 .1595
I WHISKEY CASES cheap commodity an advertisement 111'1 Atkins head of a local sugar firm warfare on the high cost of living. W. C. Powell . 18 22 .650 Frank and John Inman, Marion Pettit,

The experience of the advertisers in and an official of several of the largest Several of the larger departmentstores Joe WalnwrJght 22 18 .450 Merrill McMillan, Robert Ic Traxler, a

,was the Telegraph has been, according) to companies in this country and in have announced permanent reductions M. F. Brown 10 I G ,.333I. Merrill Futch, Charles Henry and)
Kite Jr. tried before all lines. The general average Glenn McMillan, Roscoa Mcl.ano, Jr.,
Perry Cuba. Stocks of In this on
their own assertions, that an expenditure sugar country M. Clarvoc 27 13 .325
dge Gardiner Friday afternoon on I is 20 cent. Furniture stores James Richard WAinwright, Richard a aLong
he laid he per
of from 25 cents to $1 in prin.ters' now are enormous and Harold Wall 27 13 ..325f.
|p charge of having "unlawful" pos. ink will sell what they offer for estimated them at 2,000,000 tons. and clothiers are also reducing heav I.. Turner 24 11 .814 Milton Brown lee, Jr., A, E.

Mon of whiskey. Though it was sale, return what they have lost, rent I The unusually high; prices for sugar ily. Source McLane 28 12 .300 Wall, Jr., Arthur Darby Jones.
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yen the juryKd
that he had whiskey, what they have for rent, etc., bringIng the witness stated, were due tocompetition I J, A. Howe 210/? ,2H<1
that it was in his house and nomre dollars i speculation and increased Atlanta, Ga.. Oct. 1.lnveltlll.'ationof niSIIOIMMlEVATTMr.
in sums from a few .Jx a Paul E. Canova 29 11 .275
than the law allows, and found few hundredor thousand dollars. So ,, operating costs. With speculation alleged profiteering Atlanta res- W. H. Graham 32 8 .200 -
Ip discharged. taiTranU forced reduction. to It. A Bishop and Ml.s Nina, f
and rea-
not guilty. lie was
why "kick" on the small price we eliminated and normal prices allowedhe Aubrey Brinson 20 6 .200
p. W. Alvarez was tried before I be sell]) sonable margins of profit will be embodied R. Prevail were married at the homo
charge for advertising. thought it might possible to I..A. Davis 8R/ 6 ..126I.
tee Gardiner Tuesday on a charge As to job work, t'ose who care to sugar to the consumer at 15 1.2 cents I In a resolution to be Introducedin M. Inman _.. 916 6 .125 of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. !
in his council next Monday by K. D. Prrvattof Green Cove Springs,
having whiskey illegally I the city
look at our invoices for paper and the I a pound. J. L. Peck 9 1 .100
before aMy Martin himself proprietor Saturday, October 2nd, In the pros
Cession. The case went Councilman ,
many other things required in print. The witness said the American producers E. L. Bigg: 19 1 .050
of six good and true men, who ing, and the cost of the time requiredfor in Cuba attempted to keep th'e of a restaurant. Martin declare A. Z. Adkins 16 0 .000 ence of a number of relatives and l

dod that Mr. Alvarez had broken the work as well as the cost ofkeeplnll' price of sugar down when It started t. frankly there is no excuse for the high Friends
verdict of notRUy I for food charged by many Atlanta The groom Is a prosperous businessman r0;
aw and turned In a up the plant and other overhead soar, but they were unable to do so because prices RANDOLPHSubjoct '
+ dis- Fruit stand will of Starbe, being the owner andmanaltl'r
and the defendant was expenses, will find that our i of the bidding by English and restaurants.
rged. A charge against Mr. Alw reasonable. Paper Canadian huyer also be included in the investigation.New : of the/! telephone exchange: 'I
charges are very I What Is the Soul of Man here. His bride from of 'y
for selling whiskey will be in- comes one
last week In Florida
is hard to get at any price and (Prices of sugar
very I
'+ gated by the grand jury at the some grades are not!; to be had at all. cities ranged; from 17c down to lOe York, Oct. 2--One of the heav- Sunday morning, Oct 10th. A cordial -I the oldest and most respected famll

K term of the circuit court. _+.i i i. -_ 1 I per pound). lest i ruts In the prlco of automobiles ) Invitation to all. les of Clay county and Is a handsome
( ---- RESIDENCE was announced here today when the REV. R. P. BOWER. and accomplished young lady, very ?
MRS. .- .. ---- both In her home town and
CTIOSRBECtJE AT LAW- New York, 80.-The American price of standard! Locomobile cars wa popular
TEY Mrs. J. T. Wills has sold her residence I Smelting and Refining Company to- reduced. $1,350 and the price of stan Mallory Jones, of Jacksonville, has in Starke, where title has relatives and ,
m Mercer was reduced $1,000. been In Starke during the week, visting many friend
corner Pennsylvania and Front day reduced<< the price of lead. from 8 dard cars
his parents Mr. and Mrs J. T. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop are domiciled
m? Ladies Aid of the Lawtey South- street, to D. L. Rigby. section fore- to 7 3.4 cents a pound. ,
will take -I St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 2.-Reductions Jones, and renewing acquaintances. In the pretty new bungalow/: on south ,
Methodist church will serve a bar. man. Mr. Rigby soon possession '
>e dinner in the down town soc- and Mrs. Wills and. mother, I Troy, N. Y., Sept 30.-Earl & Wilson of $400 to $'II//) on Moon motor can Mr. Jones has been a deputy sherifff Walnut street" opposite Mrs. Hamrick's r
the reduction Duval county for many years hall residence. The Telegraph Jolnitheir ,
of Lawtey November 2nd, :Mrs. Brockmeyer, are making preparations one of the largest collar and shirt were announced today, ,
f on below former had many dangerous jobs and has many friend. in wishing them it
the price prewar
Btion day. cordially in- to move Into the Hull cottage, manufacturers in the country haveannounced putting
bullets several times. pleasant through life.
been! struck by : journey
residence! reduction In the wholesale prices.
Iff. a LADIES AID SOCIETY Just south of their present

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und we have the following suits: Goods in this Department from 20 to 33 1.3 single pair kept out of this Reduction Sale. to be found in the well kept store, and at a

q'd per cent. We cannot name prices on everyEvery pair marked down and these are all saving of 20 to 30 per cent.. Our line of No-

Nine Worsted Suits, new stock, 4.9 75 thing, but will name a few of our reductions: leather shoes. New stock-not old or sections consists of all small Notions, Buttons,

v worth $f:S.>>,00.( Sale Price ,'jfi! -In.' Unbleached Muslin: worth 40c. onds. Jt[ will pay you to come miles and Snaps, Combs, Brushes, Pins, Needles, HairNets
25 miles to buy for tlentire family at this Handkerchiefs and and
22 Men's Fancy Worsted Suits A [ AA Sale Trite many many articles -
I F' worth $GO.OO./ Sale Price ____ *t).UU Great Reduction Sale. We have too many at Reduction Sale of 20 to 30 per cent
F'a 36-in. Unbleached Muslin, worth 45c. styles and kinds of shoes for space to name off.

.. 3 Oxford Gray Suits, worth $33.: : 4150 Sale Price 30 c prices. Shoes are here for every member of

> .. ,; Sale Price u________________ the family. Coats Spool( I Cotton, per dozen f\f
Bleached Muslin: worth 40 and ."c. 25 Sale Price _____________________ JjOc
8 Blue French :Serge Suits, worth 40 00 Sale Price _____________________ c The Fall Season is here and the Winter Reason
: $50.00: Sale Price Is approaching and it is time to buy, and Colgate Cashmere Bouquet Soap. '
3f-in. Bleached Muslin, worth 50c. 35. you cannot do better than attend this Great Six Cakes for --________________ 44'
,: 9 Blue French SergeiUlts: worth Sale I .Price ,
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Palm I Olive
$60.00. Sale Price Soap
' 36-in. Bleached Muslin, worth 60c. yd.Sale NOT Going out of Business, but Sale Price __.:._ 1 10 c
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Worsted Suits, worth O
8 Light .Gray I Price c .
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I r $13.50.: Sale Price p. Towels I worth 35' cents.

i ; JG-in. Dress Percales, worth 50c yd. 35 On all Knit Goods Men's and Ladies' SweatSale Price _____________________ 22
j 9 Men's Summer Weight Suit, 13 50 Sale Price ---,------------------ c ers, Children's and Ladies' Knit Head Wear,
}I worth $23.00 Sale Price____ Towels I worth 45 cents
worth 45c.Sale the reduction w be 20 toselection 25 per cent. Make 35cj
Star Outsings, everywhere Sale I Price ____
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Rain Coats and Oil Clothing reduced 20 rl.. Price 25c so Merchandise must now appeal to the Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
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Pairs Mens Punts reduced 20 and 25% Dress Ginghams, worth 45c yard. a great reduction at a needed season as must
250 33 prices in this department, and all 1 twill inthis
All Sizes and Colors Sale Price appeal to every class of people. go
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FACK TO I FACE WJTII NECESSITY is no Dress Ginghams, worth 50c yard.
39 About 25 Ladies Winter Weight Coats that
Crime and it is Necessary for this Sale Price .... c HATS ,
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s Reduction Sale the price will be in Reduction Sale about 20
32-in Best Grades of Dress Ginghams. Most for to 30 per cent.
Yes, all the family and all are mark-
Not.t t the skimpy kind but Real Work Shirts Stores sell at 65c to 75c yard.
48 ed down in this Reduction Sale about 20 to 30 36 Men's and Ladies Winter Weight Coats
Worth $ OO and $2.25 Sale Price _; .
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148 per that will be sold at about 25
Sale Price: ____________________ .< per cent off.
Every piece of goods will be put in this Re'r. this season's latest and
Best Grade Overalls worth $3.50 duction Sale. All Staple Goods, Fancy Dress
2 50 TOBACCO at 20 per cent during
Sale Price and will be 20 to
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S All Men's Dress'! Shirts are reduced 20 and 25 33 1-3 per cent. a Prince Albert, per can Ol .

i'' Percent The only real and lasting friendship is be- Sale Price -----------------1 large and varied line

j Men's Flannel Shirts. New and the kind to tween a Pauper, Darkey and a Hungry Hound IT. S. Marine, per package MARK ade Suits and they will be

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yourself you will be that by attending this Ie manufacture. before he put it on the off. See these.
,, Men's! Neckwear all styles for young and old Great Reduction Sale D. T. Apple Sun Cured, per plus it. For Ihirty-five year he worked on I

. ' folks; 25; % on this line. Sale Price ___,____________-_*>. might get treat variety of evil condituLadies Gingham Dresses
t Hosiery for Men, Women and Children from
t i. put to work and made to takeall.orl.of These are Suitable for
M i Men's Collars 12c pair up. 20 to 25 per cent in the Reduc- D. T. Brown Mule Sun Cured, pt ';1 Dresses

$ Reduction. Sale _________________ 21 tion Sale on every pair. Sale Price _________________ '
'0 o e. it would do the work he said it would dat
3-; cent Reduction|
h Underwear for Ladies, Men and Children. to de, and thi. i. why that while Farm Trl per
; Prices are greatly reduced. Men's Heavy i been .old one hundred thousand of that &a e.

Ribbed Undershirts and Drawers GROCERIES I 'r',
h 1 119 Night Gowns 20 percent
I worth $1.50, will rail for _
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All grades and prices reduced 20 to 30%. You'will find everything that's in a good grocery department and many ar r. convenient handle than hone. h was nwdeGrand Reduction Sale
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1 1ii Sale Price __________.._________! 12 c Rice, 8c. Special price on Flour. One Car Salt, 101)16, bags, $1.23 per bag. Ik. I It ii Jo.t.. profitable in the' wheat f.efo'JNTRY' PRODUCE

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M t per cent. We cannot name prices on everyEvery pair marked down and these are all saving of 20 to 30 per cent.. Our line of No-

y t, Nine Worsted Suits new stock ylA *1F thing, but will name a few of our reductions: leather shoes. New stock-not old or sections consists of all small Notions, Buttons,

worth $6,00.; ) Sale Price 43*It) onds.! Tt will pay you to come miles and Snaps, Combs, Brushes Pins, Needles, HairNets
."6' Unbleached Muslin, worth 40c.
I ""' Worhtcd Suits. ) 25. miles to buy for tua. entire family at this Handkerchiefs and many and many articles
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I worth $CO.OO. Sale Price :
I I I ; 36-in. Unbleached Muslin worth 45c. styles and kinds of shoes for space to name off.

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:- Sale Price .- the family. Coats Spool Cotton, per dozen

J J! Muslin, worth 40() and 45c. Sale Price ______________<.______ 96cA
1. Blue French Serge Suits, worth 40 00 Sale Price _____________________ 25 The Fall Season is here and the Winter Reason
1 $50.00; Sale Price Is approaching and it is time to buy, and Cashmere Bouquet Soap.
I' ; : Bleached Muslin, worth 50c. 35'ou cannot do better than attend 'this Great Six Cakes for __________________ 44.Colgate's c
I c 1)) Blue French Serge Suits, worth Sale'Price (
48 00 --------------------- Reduction Sale
Palm I Olive
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w 8 Light'Gray Worsted Suits, worth .
Sale I Price
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.' $13.50.: Sale Price __________ Towels I worth 35" cents.

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J I !Men's Summer Price.13.50 Sale Price --"'\,------------------ ers, Children's and Ladies' Knit Head Wear,
worth $25.00/ Sale Towels, worth 45 cents
p Star Out wings,: worth everywhere 45c. the reduction will be.20to, 25" per cent. Make Sale I Price 35 cAll
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Sale Price your selection early
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110)'M' Suits reduced and 1,> ECONOMY is the<< decision of the masses to- '
(Best Apron Ginghams, worth 35c jd. :
Ruin Coats and Oil Clothing reduced 20%. Sale Price 25 c day, so Merchandise must''now appeal to the Ladies' Rea d Y-t 0-W ear
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We have large line of varied kinds and
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All Sizes and Colors Sale. Price --c appeal I to every class I of people. go
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Yes, all the family and all are mark
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ed down in this Reduction Sale about 20 to 30 36 Men's and Ladies
' Worth $2.00 and $2.25 Sale rice _________.'___k_______ 48 cent. '. Winter Weight,: Coats
1.48 per : 'j\ that will be sold at about 25 per cent off.
Sale Price _.
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Every piece goods put this season's latest and
! l i Best Crude; Overalls, worth $3.50 Sale. All Staple Goods, Fancy Dress
t I It L' 2 50 TOBACCO! gas at 20 per cent: during,:
j I' Sale Pi I Ice ..- Goods, Silks and Serges will be reduced 20 to .
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\ yourself you will be that by attending this loft'. See these.
i;9 r Men's Neckwear all stales for young and old Great Reduction Sale D. 'T. Apple Sun Cured, per plu

t If' folks, 25% on this line Sale Price ________________ I Ladies Gingham Dresses
'J I Ii Hosiery i for Men, Women, and Children from I. These are suitable for
: .; : Men's CollarsReduction 12c pair up. 20 to 25 per cent in the ReducD, T. Brown Mule, Sun Cured, p lol Dresses

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111'f' Underwear for Ladies, Men and Children. |at 25 per cent Reduction

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$ 1 1 fl [Night Gowns 20 per cent
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I I You will find everything that' in good department and
L All guides and prices reduced 20 to 30%,. grocery many ar rand Reduction Sale
t \ away below the market today. Investigate the many reduction. A few price: >

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HAMPTON I here with his family. were visitor to the county seat Monday Sapp for medical treatment. I decrease of f237,315.P95: in the public ,, for operation of the railroads and other -
Evan lodge attended U. Y. P. U. Perla WhitU-n left Sunday morningfor I debt of the United States during the essential war expenditures.

Hampton, Oct 8.-W. P. Dirt and I here Sunday night Miss[ Tave Andreu, of Brooker, was St. Augustine where she will attend month of September, according to an j The statement today, it
family of Aluchua county: were visit- I G. W. and E. M. Hazen were attending the week-end guest of her sister, Mrs school announcement by the treasury department out, bore out the prediction was of pointed
( ing friends und relatives here I:>I'n- to business' in Starke Friday. Lou Cone. today. "-- Houston Sec
L. who has been retary that the
Mrs. on entire
P"M.: in Oscar of Lake Butler rt-
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Barefoot Saturday wa
duy. spent The total debt of the i (' 'I of the
country (
the sick !list for the pu week, is slow- gross JIb country were considerably
Rev. Mullady filled his appointment Jacksonville. here Sunday. September 30( had been reduced to in excess of the
ly improving. ordinary
lit; the Christian church Sunday. | Among: those who attended the social Vera Suirency spent the week-eod I t $24,087,356,128.:; bursements. dis
Mm., Josephine Sullivan lift Tuesday at the home of Mr and Mrs. J. with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. A. B. A. D. and W. H. Andrews were visitors I'
for Tlitiessa where she will visit.- E. <:demons of Pine Hill, :Saturday;; Surnency. to the county scat Tuesday. This decrease was due, it was announced 4s

.O' her ion, Cleveland i night were, Abe, Eugene and Hugh Mr. and Mrs. A L. Greene wire - --.--- to the fact that the govern-i I Dr. C. L. Biggs was a business t-I.i-

i, A measuring party will be given by Butler Crosby Vascoe Hazen, Misses visiting in the Dukes section last of Washington, Oct. 2.-There was a .ment, no longer was paying tor. to Jacksonville Monday.
the Ladies Aid society:; at the Hampton Hazel 'Varrt'n', Mana and Lula Mae the week.
.r auditorium Friday, Oct. 8th.. This Andreu! and Inrz Abernathy || Mrs./ J. I U. demons, Mrs Julia --

r will be a tacky measuring party; uny I Mrs P. SI. Barefoot spenj MondayIn Groover M ..... G. C. Mills were guests
style. or costumewill be admUvable. Staike. j|lof the foi'mer's, brother, J. R. Groovcr ==- It's
Everybody come. H. S. Wairpn motored to Starke Friday. dollars
Hampton is on a boom this week Sunday. |I E.: H. demons, gf Wauchula, IB \'if-\
with one of t the local stolen conduct Tom Chanlain, of Lake Butler, was iting his parents, Mr and Mrs J. I F.demons. ,

ing e, sale.! in town lust week to doughnuts-
M. 1.. Walerson's. fchinKJe mill IK in I I.. Morgan motored to Sampson on '1 Miss LucRe llarrcll was the guest
| of Miss Geneva Harrell of Bradford
npcraion and Khingles' will noon In- Sunday. i '
t t plentiful hen1. M'x T. H. Parker and children left Sunday afternoon. -, no man ever smoked a better
I inlny for Hopkins, Mich., where '' Chester Andreu of New River
have waI
I' J. I'l.>al''e and family rc-
If eerily locacd in he parsonage near ho they will reside in the future. They I,'I I the !guest of Dave Green Saturday "ra cigarette at any price!
:.t Christian church. }have been spending tho past two' right ,Nf

1 ,1Pi Mini Ruth Newsom, of liiookul, I" weeks here with lelatlvcs. I I Messrs. J. E. demons and son <', r CAMELS quality, and their expert blend
C. Moody-of LaCrosse was in town K., were attending to business in the .
K. V of.choice Turkish
i the guest of her sister, Mrs. Monday. >- and choice Domestic
\ county seat Friday.
i Johns this week. lI'j I.little Vera tho sick 'nE 'an' tobaccos hand
Gainey is on | you a cigarette that will satisfy
Mrs. T. J. l HurdnllId Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ITazen were In
t list t this wcclt.Royce n
Mrs. F. II. Chesm-i, who have boon Brooker Saturday afternoon s-.c4 every smoke desire you ever expressed
Gamcy had the misfortune of I ___ __,_
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f the past three weeks, returned to cranking n I Ford. Dr. Tnbblc, of LaCrosse KAIFORI- h24 kind smoked straight!

their home! here lust Monday. wan immediately culled to set.i. Raifoid, Oct 8.-Rev. Madjor, of a+)'M I 'IL
Mrs )0'. r;. henry I"I spending lhlHw'ek the broken bonp '
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Lake Butler filled his Camels
appointment at mellow-mildness will
with her sister, Mis. McNeally, I' M certainly
The following piogiamvjll be ion-
the Methodist church ,
I of Otulu.Dr. tiered at the Tip Top Literary Society' and teinoon. Sunday morning c appeal to you. The "body" is all there, and
I I i < I. II. Hunter was attending to Friday afternoon Ir
: K. W. Sweat, of Sanford, spent the that smoothness! It's a delight!
: t business in Graham Sunday
professional Song No. 38.RecitationRosa. week-end here, with his family.Mr. .

t t t'' Suiiency.Dialogue and Mrs. WnlLl'rI.! Graham Go the limit with Camels! They will
Mr. IleibtrKt-r of Brooklyn, was lit ) not
I Troubles in a Mormon returned to their home in South Jacksonville 3t
'I I tending to business here Monday. 1"lImily-Hy sixrharaeter5. Wednesday after spending a =Y. tire your taste. And, they leave no unpleasant
I K,_ Kcv. Uurnctt, of Gainesville, will H'adinp-u'lI. Harrell. : ,
few her 'r,5. ant cigaretty aftertaste
days here with parents, Mr. ", 't nor unpleasant ciga-
II>l fill Ills, ic-ular( appointment at the Question Box-Cephus Harrell. ond Airs A. D. Andrews BLF.NAMESrIC jytt
I ]Baptist church Sunday. morning and Hl'eitatlon-Alph Haron. Helen ctowe.rr.s_ retty
Nauilght was a visitor to '
to ; r '" t-veninwr I Song No. X!)-Six eighth grade pu Juckaonvilleduring the week. t, .1"'fit":
J. Allen transuding luminous Just Camels with
Ii I, was pils. Mrs. W. W. Farnell, of New Smyrna compare any cigarette
t, : in Staike Baturdav. H'l'itation-Virulnln; Weeks was called to the bedside of her in the world at any price
. : ." The Ladies Aid Society conducted Closing] Song-School. mother, Mrs S. M. Morrell. { a
I an inlrrrstlng meeting at the home of I.. A. litown was in LaCrosse Wednesday M
Iff Sadie Simmons returned home on C.m../. *r* mold....ry..h..ln .oittvm .n""u"'y ...led
MJHB Emma Hick Tuesday evening. Wednesday after spending a few day- lk ,..oh ..1'/0 c/rf.rrff.., or tun pmckm4.. (:.300tn
The good ladies of Hampton have Elma Shaw has accepted the posi. in Lake City. cost.w..rrenary?,..) recommend a glttminm tttim p.p.r-covered carton forth carton home,

f proved Ui,"\lr patilotiim by legifiteiiiig: ,' tins as< telephone opeiator.Mis. Mrs. W. W. Rive, of Jacksonville! i or office muppty or when you trmvel.R. .
and becoming tllgiblo for voting to' Tiorcy Roberts was on the sick }pp'(" '
has moved in the Graham cottage y k J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO,Winston-Satem, N.V1 C.t .
the upbuilding and general welfare of list last week where she will make her home

their country In November. The time A crowd enJoyed a peanut boilingat L. Sweat, of Gainesville, was called
! . for registering, has been ext.end'd to'' the home of Mr. and! Mrs. E.> I). I to the bedside of his baby Thursday -

. Oilohrr!> I' Andieu Sr., Thursday night it dying the flame night. Burial
\ I I 'f: Hoc. J. Mullady Ml Monday for the Elis Clemons, of Wauchula, was In took place at the Sapp cemetery Friday -
i Y tlntp rapitnl where he will transact, town Monday .
J'' ,J onii'inl business 1 I Ella Mae Ila/cn was on the sick Lacy Sweat, of Jacksonville, was

" j The llnniiton] school IH progressingnicely : list last weekend.Vnginln the week-end guest of Mr. and :Mrs
j'' under the nbli manngemt-nt of Weeks' spent I'riday nf- R. W. Sweat.

, : v }hof. II. II. Wiggins, Ho reports his 1(>l'IIOUII in Staike.Cnil Miss Doris Scott spent the weekend
'" ), pupils ate doing their. best and that Ward<1. of Jacksonville, was in in Staike with her parents.
p the wok of the school Is sntisftictoiy.HltOOKIlK town Wednesday Sunday afternoon about one mile
L -----. Mrs" Murphy Pi Ice has}, returned
flora town.Jesse ""Sweat and mother-
t : : home after a two \veekwisit, at White in-law, Mrs. J. II. Wester, of Lake

, 81>1'Inl"1nn,1 Crooin, Butler, were driving a home and buggy
Urooker Oct. 8.-Uov. Uldenour, of G. W Bevlllp has moved in the Iw- Felix '
Sapp driving a car, -I-
. Gainesville, will fill\ his appointment Is cottage which he lately put'chased. tan into the buck of the buggy, throwing .
" ( here Sunday at the Missionary Hap- Walter Weeks, of LaCrosse was in !Airs Wcnter out of the buggy! nod
list ihuich.Mrs. town Sunday "' ,1Lrsttt.
1 .Mr. ,Sweat underneath the ,
L 1'. !M. Barefoot. spent Saturday Miss| Ruby Crosby left last week 'Mrs. Wester was seriously bUIl'ItY..1
Is in Alachua for Jacksonville! where she
entered I Mr. Sweat received only a few bruis-
Frank Wnirvn of attended business Miss
Tampa a college Cro es. She was brought to town by Mr.
the burin! of his brother Robert: Bruce many friends here who wish her much
Warier' who laid to rest Saturday
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morning in Menlan cemeteiy.Mis. C. Lewis, of Miami, spent last week
II. S. Warren was in Sturko here visiting: his sister Mrs. G. WHuron. I

. )lost week shopping .
( l Itr. A. E. Russell and [I-'ied! Union R. T. Ostecn was transacting business -
4qh Mere in fiiitha'n;" !Hntuiday morning.Dr. in Staikp Monday!
"I I 1 Tnblilo, of LaCrosse, was in J. J. Morgan Is spending this weekin I
) town( Sunday and Monday on profpfl- South I'lnrlda.Misses .
,,,Ion til business I Viney and Laura Lewis left Fords
; e. Miss Vlijrlo!! Hunter was In Staike Tuesday for St. Petersburg where oit
I Monday afternoon. they will visit some time .
Himoy Warren, of Staikc'wns in ___ __- _ .. __ ____
town Saturday. PINE HIM

Among! those who spent Monday in TRADE tAARtt
Starke were A. A. Huron[ .1. K.: Cle- Pine Hill, Oct ,8.-Clyatt Lewis,
moos, A. H. Surrcnry II. P. iiiiney, who has been visiting his sister Mrs.
i. U. K llnxrn J. .7. Morgan! A. Clc- (1. W. Harm for the past week, le- I
It U a habit of Henry Ford to thoroughly try out and test any product he manufacture. before he put it on the market, He personally must
coons\ (i. W and L. Morgan. turned I home Monday.H .
know it will da all he want it to do before he will allow anybody else
to buy it. For
thirty-five year he worked on this Ford ion Tractor. He kept
Mr. and Mrs. I.lojd Johns and sons. C Suriency: spent part of this
i ': of New River, were In here Monday\ week with MB son, A. B. Stiirency.Messis. buying land until he had something like eight thousand acre in order that he night get great variety of soil condition. containing the plowing pro
I II tifteinoon.E. W. H. Harrell. J, B, and blem. that meet the farmer of the world and then the Ford.on Tractor wa put to work and made to take all *ort. of practical te.ta for yean before

Ii E. T, Stewart spent the weekend (C R. demons and A. 11. Suriency Mr. Ford put it on the n arket.

And therefore, when it came on the market it wa right it wa reliable, it would do the work he laid it would do. People have bought it have a

tried it out, have toted it, and it .... proven to be all that Mr. Ford claim it to de, and this i i. why that while farm Tractors have been on the American

market more than twenty year and while three hundred thousand have been .old one hundred thousand of that three hundred thousand are

Fordson Tractor, and yet the Fordson has only been on the market two year

It ha* told rapidly becaui when one farmer bought one, practically converted the neighborhood to the desirability sad profit ol the Fordion Tractor on its fa......

a Calomel is a dangerous drug. It Is The Ford on is made small compact flexible dependable. It is made to be much nor con.onionllo handle than a hone. It was made s* that anybody of ordinary commonsense
could operate and take car of it. W. wanted to make it ao that a mechanic would not .bare to be told with e.erylrador. It was made by s farmer for a farmer and it .has

mercury-quicksilver; and attach your the endorsement of the farmers..the little; farmer and the big farmer. Some farmer hive ono, some farmer hive ten and fifteen, and one farmer we know .has fifty-u;.. It work
bones. Take dose of calomel today
a nasty jnst as well in the West as it doe in the [a.t. It is just as flexible in the North as It I.i in the South It i I. just as profitable, in the wheat fields ai it is in the sugar and net fieldsIt

t and you will feel weak, sick and nauseated i I. j juit a* flexible and useful on the fruit ranch. it is among the fields of oats and barley. It is jnst as useful and profitable in the lumber camp, railroad yard coal mine, a* it

tomorrow. Don't lose a day's is in the oilfields or any other commercial. But especially designed for the farmer, it i Is especially his necceisity.llrcauac .
It Increases the production of every acre by enabling the farmer 10 cultivate his ground to better advantage than he can

with mule or horse power. II takes the stinxaiul drudgery out of farm work. It Is a great const rver of labor expense. Oh, It has so
l' Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead I IlJ many monl'Y'saving advantages that the farmer can't do without It and he progressive and make moneySo

ore's my guarantee! Ask your back to the atore and get your money. we ask every farmer to come In and U t u* tell him more about thla Ford-ion Tractor Let u* make a demonstration for him on
;' druggist for a bottle! of IloiUon' Tako a spoonful of harmless, vcge-: his own farm. Let us tent It out to his soil conditions. Let' show him.
Liver Tone and take a spoonful to- table Dodnon'g Liver Tone tonight and
niflit. If it dooiiu't atari your liver wake up fooling groat. Its perfectly Don't delay because there are .

: f. and straighten you right up better harmless, so give; it to your children only so many l-orilion Tractor

,I, thui calomol and without griping or any t:me. It cant salivate, to let cometo thIs territory. Get _
making you sick I want you to go then eat *nyU>lng afterward j
r\I jourorrferl I I now, and remember e
.1 that the ordsou after er-
it'' ..
vice is prompt and sure. \Vc '

are supplied with everything _,

Kill That Cold With necessary to keep! your Ford- pD

ongoing every day In the >'ear.

\ Com e In mullet' talk it over. I torJsew / ea
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.h. 'y o4 AND I
. Colds, Coughs ..OM% La Grippe I .

Neglected Colds are DangerousTake : e

no chanioa. Keep this standard remedy handy for the ttrat v
I Breaks up a cold in 24 hours- RflUvon I A. W. & G. A. Anderson

! tJ :' Grippe In 3 days-Excellent for Hvadaih I
j ; Quinine in this form doe not affect the head-Caacara Is best Tonic ; _
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FIUUAY, OCTOBER 8. 1920. nfl. A flrnnn
COUNTY TELEGRAI'If. STAltKE, irf,iiif in A
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Administrator of th. Estate of Be*<*r WynndceeaMMl. .. 1' tI. orv L1Stat .
0.1I1I1 L'MJlU M-.CTION: ate OF TuEGEEILAL paid right of way 14 rhna. S4 to a pt .of Florida! '
In Circuit
refund money If PAlO OINTVCNTfnlltulilnfl. Court. Slate of Florida. Eighth t
I Blind "3lredln of Pnitruduul Plica. STATUTES Judicial Bradford County, Chaneery. of 1"1.. t".nr N I di'Kreea 210 ft..- Be It lno"'n. That I. II. CLAY Cn"WFOJD.
torure SEEDSPlant CI..ult W .
210 ft of
Pile'l.n 82 dettrere B.. F. It.t. the Slate
10".nIl1 loirvr* Itcblnit ; and you can liccp Hereby notIce I Ia given that J. M. Tru"". I
I1'MjuJ ,[ & after Ui lint auitUcftjiua. Pke (H' Martin's Seed for purchaser of tax aal. certificate numbered r>. Charle. W P.p_. thence B 210 ft to laid right of way, thenc five that aOENERAL
JI.Tt'st E along' paid right of
way to pt of t. ELECTION
apectively 1"0. 104 and 160. baued hy the .
ii<,7;'\! >i rMitaait.aa( <3(3utj<, iHiit.a, .ii I" Good Results Tax Collector for Bradford County Florida. .CmlI.ID.nt I equal 8. I A In Ni. of SWVi Sec. 1. Tp. t. Will lie held l In Hm.1fi.rd County Slate of 4
Bald R. 21 acre. Jone. Fkirlda. on Tuearlar next eueeeedinii
Et the
certificate : flirt
lOll telnl dated the lat day T. r. :
J,. Monday
COFFINS & CASKETSAnd Beans. I'eab! Potatoes and Onion of June, A. I>. 111"8.' and certificates 104 and Dd.ndant Tui In November, A. I). 11)20 the amid (
Certificate .
Sets. 160 U'intt dated the 6th day of Auiruat. A. llf I .'... 1" .f.davlt apiicndcd to the t No 42 .n.I.... Lot. 84 I In .day t".ln. the .
a Full Line of Largest and Oldest Estab 11118. and baa filed the said certificate In my Abed In the MUM that TeaaiI'.eIkt W..t..n. S. 10. Tp. 6. B. R 2 East. IF'ONO DAY OF NOVF.MtiFR
lished Seed House in the State. office, and has mado application for tax deed the .bv..te named. ftinanre acrea. Kaliy-llamby Fur fllalea. Senator from the State ".
d.f.ndnt Ih.ia Ccrtffiral No. of Florida
Undertaken' Suppliea to laiui* In accordance * ( with law. The aid *li*-
arden and Field Seed for Fall certificate pectively embrace the following U a reaidcnt of Kar City ('_f'lorld.. la ovtrthli .nf PWU of NW. <4 A N '. of Ei ., of BE'/ For Six. I HI) Trealdentl! I "....o... 121. ).

PlanHn!:. Seed Oats, lIve Jtar- landa in Bradford county, Florida aaaejaedat age of tvemyon year* I therefor, .f PHi NFtj S. "' of NEV4 of SE>4 Wof I..r oni 1.1..rnl..I. of the Second Conirnalnnl .

AUTOMOBILE HEARSE le\'. Millet. ZS'ew Turnips the date ,.f the issuance of such certificate ordered that said non-reidi defendant l lv, a N'' ... of IEI A W5 of .. of SW' the State of Florida., In
A1. a"II on l hand. The beet er- crop in the name reapectlvely hereinafter iarticu- and I. hirehy required I to appear t the bill lli''I. nf BEM or 8E4 SWVi.of RE'4. / 1'.f .1. *Sbl".v. lth ('onll.. of the United
Cabbage ,
Egg Plant Pepper, burly art forth. to-,,'iti of eomplant filed In aald Cause on or before <-e. .
Ice at he lowest prices. Spe- CVrtiflcate No. 106 embrace that portionof Monday the lit day of November A. I). B.Ceifiltrato K 2.?!! Taut PI acre. a.ueu.iod ,. For Governor of the State of 10rl.. jJ

cial attention to telegraph: or. AND SEED SPECIAL Northwewt Quarter of Southaaat Quarter 1K20. oth..I. the alhwatlona of aid bill of NWi M enibraci, BWH of 8W For 1'.lar" rf State of of .f.
Bee. I l
\ St. 'Ft. 8 11. 22
SEND: FOR FALL CATALOGE. l>'intr K of Stark. and Kandcraon publie road. wll llw taken a* eonffMacd br paid defendant.It .cr,.. aweoaed B. Ka.t. 10 .
'i cri.r. Registered Embalmrr. See. 17. 1'". e, K. K. 22 E., It acrea, aaaraaed la further ordered that thia ordar bepui.liuiwd I ( Sarah Wllllama. Fur Attorney. Oencral of the State of Flor.
No. Ida
A. MARTIN SEED CO. J. J. Truby. nnoo a week for four en."tv. of "rtlent.IE',. S.Mid.&. 7 1'.mhr.". ft, .8. fW1 of NW1 Tor Comptroller of tbe
Certificate No. lot embrace. the Northeast week In the Ilradford County .. acn araed 2 Et. II.t. Flnrld.
DeWITT C. JONES JACKSONVILLE I Quarter of Northweat Unknown. Kr Trcaaurrr nf the .
FLORIDA Quarter of Southwcat npwapapi pulliahrd In paId County .nd State. Certificate No. hIt I'm Alat. 01
Quarter See. 28. TV. 6. 8. K. 22 E., 10 new, Thla. Bvntumbvr 15, 1820. lawn embrace Lot I In Wood Siwrlni1'oli.nt, of I'ublle. InstructIon of
l See T Ih :i
r:; STARKE FLA. aaacMcd Swallow eV Hnnkine.Crrtlflcate W. T. WEEKS acn. : |C 0. 8. R. 2 Eaat, 10C.rll1rhh. I'or Stat., of Florida
k- No. 180 embraoe Northeaal. Quar- (S.I) Clerk Circuit Court. .f. o n. Blate ( 'mnialnucr of Agriculture of the

:..: r CX' RENEWED TESTIMONYNo tic of Southeast Quarter. $.-.. 14. '1 p. i. !B.! By A. 'NIGHT. (' 1 A In BE nf Florida. '.,
K.<< 20 E., 40 aerea. ameaaed Unknown. C Deputy Clerk.. .r NE' .r SWXJ, 5.-c. 2$, To. 4). 8. For Tw! Ju.tier of the Supreme Court of
K. I A the
Unlea anid acre, ajaiwacd Jem Aaron. Stall uf Florida. :
"eertltlcuto bnll, tie redeemed D. E. KNIGHT.
according to law. tayd.ed Certificate. TH". 76 .rnibraci lola 2. 15. of For One llaiboad, Ccimnilaalnncr. of the ,I'\
will laue thereonon for Complainant. S-17-71-IO-J .
ms in S'I..tor Blk 1 In Rope?. of SI.I.
!'Ie.01 a Healthy Child the lat day of November. A. D. 1(20. ur\cy of Worthlngton i"ioriip.For I
All children troublid. with worm have Witn,'.* my otlcllil 'alirnature and aeal this Beo. 88. Tp. S. 8. K IB Eaot . Un F ,(1., fr 15lh Senatorial Tla- i
n uu- one In Starke who Buffers backache : OF APPUCATIO" FOR TAX DEED ketown.Ctotiflcah.. .D inn of the Stale ..f
bath of 'OTICf i Florida
jiibywlnr, which Indicate poor blood. and 8eiU-mber. A. I>. 1(10. .
ai a .
SECTION In) (>P THEI.KM.KAL No. BR emliracea I'or Two
rule, there I* more or lea atomoch dliturbancebKOVES headaches, or distressing urln- W. T. WEEKS. of Sec. NWI4 of N1 M."I. of the Hon. of Rcpraentatliea *. "
ii. R of the
TASTELESS chllllONlC dry Ills can afford Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County liar.Ida. .SW" -R 22 FI.le of .1.rld.. 1.
given to
Ignore .
rcuularly t"lafUarke Ilcnby I. gIven that W. E. Knlirlitpurchaaer a. n... 8. F. Wolfe. For Countv i
weeks. will tSeall ..I. I
fur two or enrich the blood. lin man' Certificate No. 100 Sheriff.
twice-told NWU of For
tory. It Is a l numberedrranectlvety
prove the dUeattao and ect .. a General; Strength By C. A. KNIGHT. ,1. errtllra. of Id. Tp. 5. B U. 22 ,. NE1 For Clerk or the Circuit ;
continued 10.1-1I -10-20. 18 20, II, VI. M. 8E1.. ,
testimony Deputy Clerk.
eniiif' Tonic to the whole' .,al..m. Nature will lion that no Starke .. 113. 110. Ill, 111) 127. 167 and 17$ luuedby Swnow A Ilopkln. Tor County .Anneanor of T..lIr.. .. .'
throw off or dlnpel the wonua.and the Child wll!! L reeHont can doubt. .- the lax ,... of Bradford County- Certificate 107 embrace 21& A com For Tax Collector,

| perfect bealth. Plemaol to take. tOt per buttlu W W. Ilttlsden, deputy sheriff NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGESixty Florida. Said certificate being dated AURIUMh at NW Cor of Center. Street A Lawtey. A For C.unt"ul.rlnlend'nt of Public) In.

da... after date hereof I. the under 1K1S. and has filed said certificates In I..rk public. road run. W along Cente' atructlon.I'nr .
County Jail rays : "I used DonuM aliened .. Executrix of the .,eatat of Anna P. my office and b.. made application for tax-- ft to land formerly, owned by N. D- County Pur\eyor.
Kidney 1'llls about four Wai, late of Urad'ord County Florida deceaaed. deed to lamio In accordance with law Ja..m n. Ihrnc altinir said land 2410 ft For I Ive County Commlattlonera! .
USE "DIAMOND Dl.l. "' for years ago will I prevent niy voucher and fInal ae. Said "rlar.t. reapective-ly the .. Easterly 410 I to laid '; For Three M..I., of the County Board of
a case of kidney trouble that annoyed count to the lion. <0..... A. lardiner. County I.llowlnll lada Bradford County. Florida- 8 alonir aald road to ..1 In Temple' >ul). Public, Inatrurtlcn.

me a whole lot I con truthfully Judge of Ilradford County. Florida, and ask named at the date of the Issuance ft suchceetlttcatra dlv., equala 21b A., s. 22. Tp. 5, 8. R. I to lie diaeharircd) a. such Executrix. In the .. rwneetlvely hereinafter 22 F..t. a acre, ... Joe Morrla. lowing 'u-tlce Dhtrlcta,
Dyo rlnht I :.. II.t T. ',.*. say that Doan'8 entirely cured Thla the lit day of October 1920. I'arlellln.11/.m.forth. to-wit t Certificate No. 120 embraraa Lot. If or! DIMrlrt( No. lee ,1.

t rl/ll. l.ncli: pnekn1e' of ''Dia: me of the trouble In a prompt and MRS. GEO. J. WHITE. ('. . J embrace SFI of NEVA Blk 14, Irmplc'i Add to Stark, aueaicd Un. Diatrlct No. Two

A mond 'D)'"." ninUiini. Ur. Ctions I JadUnj! manner. I felt a great deal! Executrix of the Estate of Anna I*. Wall) NW. ,,f NEW A NEi. of NW\' A '- known. Dlalrirt, Nn. .
Certificate No. Dlatrlrt
128 embrace No. .
Pcccaaed. 10-I-Dt.l1.211. H ( one lot I In .ur.
BO Kimiilo.. tlmt any I better in everY way." Statement__ _nn ___ I. 1. 9. \h..Ii.! W\ SW' .. 8EI .90Euat. l..rk bounded E I., W. M. Ed..ard.. S b" Illatrlct No. i"1v.I t
woman cnn aianionn-nye, Mil..hIt'! A UM, -
, anfvt given April 12, 1914.) 430: acn*. aaaeaaed Unknown.: 1..1. W' I. II.hl..t No. III.
-. rich fadcloBH color Intaold ORDER FOR PUBLICATION Certificate No. CO embrace of S Broadway, "t. NI.A. .. Alvaret'a land; N... Seven. t ,
garment, dnipcrk'u, rovrrinim > Un'Apri! 27, 1918, Mr. Bataden Raid : In Circuit Court. State of Florida ElKhth WM '* 2 A In SW Cor.. Sec. NW', (. SK. Bee. 28, 5..B. U. t East, aaauaed E "I.t ri.t No. :I"ht ,,iP

whether "I have had no occasion to use Dnnn'a Judicial Circuit. Ilradford County, In Chaneery. . 20 R.. 81 acre*. aaaeaned David I'. C"n.C..rtll1. E. WIll.. Diatrlct N... NI.. \ !
everything, ... No. emliracea 6WVS of Certificate. 14,. 180 embrace Lot 5. 8 or D'atrlct' No. Ten. \ V&
wool ailk linen cotton o- Kidney Pills sinew I recommended E. Jt'hnaon WH of 2 of NEW E.EH of N Illk 14 In Lincoln City, aaaeaaed Unknown.. lupine N... Eleven H.C

lobed piuidtf. this remedy before so I know Uoan'n Complainant. Wof NE NWI NE14 of NWl A S', of. Certificate No. 140 embrace NWVi of N Inc C.n.t..hl. In and for the '' Jua. \ >*

Buy "Diamond I'e."- n- made a cure III vaLlxiic I sW' of NI' A w% of BE of NWV' WM A E'(, of SWVi Bee. 18, T. 7. 8. R. lice Diiitrlrla. vial 1 .l..lnl }' IJDintrlct
other kind-then ix-rfcrt r.;. I my en an. l advise Johnaon.w % (ex 10 A In SW Cor) ABSV4 21 East 120 acre*. aaaeaacd C. I . Diatrlct No. On*.
cults anyone sutTering; from kidney complaint Defendant. of SW (tax 6 A In NE Carl See Certinrate No. 154 embrace SK" of DlHtrlel No Two.
are guaranteed pi en itvou to give this medicine trial." It appearing by affidavit appended to the IK Tp. C. 8.\n 20 E., 215 acrea. auauedUnknown. Sea. 2. 1',.. 7. S. R. 22 E*.t, 40 ..SWI 1'1..r'rl Nil. Tlin, .,.
have never dyed lie roro a bill filed In the above-elated eaua that Ll.. eaaed tnknoW. IH.Irlcl No, Four. I
& )Jrti'gi hRS "Plnmnnd Dvi'Colur Price Gflc at all dealers. Don't ile Jcihnaon. the defendant therein la Certificate; No. 80 embrace I i 8. 4 of .. 178 emliracea NEW of N Dlatrict No. Five. .

: Card" 1'J i';'t t. simply ask for n kidney rl'tnpdy-g't; a resIdent of the Stale of Florida n.m." Hlk 4 In MrKinncy' Add to Lake..Duller or W(4( E of Ily.. S.-c. t. Tp. H, S. R. 22 Ka.t. l'l.t rl.t N... PI*. I )!i
Doan'a ecala heraolf *o that proci.. aaaeaaed N. P. Cauthcn. Dlatrlrt No. F '.,. ,
Kidney Pill*-the name. that lie served avon her and I. over the age acacd Unknown.CertlflCHtv R I Certificate No. 178 embrace of N Dlnlrlrt N... 1'I"h.: )

Mr. Balsden had. Toster-Mllburn Co. of twenty-one ".a.l it I I. therefore ordered No. >1 Com 125 E'4. Re*. 6. Tp. 8. 8. R. 22 NEI acre*. I'ictriei Nn .
SOUR STOMACH Mfr ., OiiTalo: :>:. y that aald realdent defendant b and la hereby N of SE Cor of bilk V 1.1:: : town :: I appeard N. P. Cauthon.. f'l.trlrl Nn. Kleven.

required to appear t the of complaint Lake Miitlcr A run N 84 ft, W 105 ft. B C.rllleal. No. 177 embrace* E4 of In tiwllmnny whvreof.. I have .hen.unto pit
11r in the paid eallae on or before Monday, M f. K 1"1 l ft to pt of ben.. 80, Tp of NWV I of E'of SWA. NE1 my hand' and affixed th. Great peal of the
) November A. I). 1020. 5. K. 20 ,. aaaeaaed 8. A. ... B.. Tp. 8, it. FI .. 60 ......., aueaiird Un. Hlato of Mnrlila. at Tallahanae. the .
wine the dr. of paid bill will 1 t' N... embrace known. thla, the, t... day of Cal.III .
INDIGESTION ('rtl..t. Auiruat.
I IThedlord's al NEo
ASPIRINName I .. paId d.r.nd.nt \ A. L. Ky.. IT, Certificate No. 178 embraoe* S 1-8 of 1 F II) O. n.
It I la further or..d thla order 8. 21 K.. a.r. aaaeaaed Mr. Florence. 8-4 of BEU of NE\ EM of W'(. .f I CLAY
putiltplied once a w"k for four eonaecutlvewerku Cohb. I SW/4 of NE>/. A. 8, 8. R. 22 East. it.. S.i' rRAWJORO. .

In the Ilradford County Telegraph a ('..I.... qVO. HI enrtiraecuf of W<, 20 ..... a..D Unknown.. To W. J. RPPRRSON. .

n W."n"r. publlahed In paid County and of NE'4 & EVj of NE'/ of BE"4, Sen. 11Tp. Unli.. .rtla.n'" .1.1 redeemeaccording Slierllf. nrailhinl C.llnll.

Black-Draugbt Hi-Uy 6. S. R. 22 K.. 60 a.. aaneaiied Un to law, tax deed .1 laaue thereon 1-8.Pt.l0.11
"Bayer" on Genuine Thl 8.t.mhr tit, 1020. known.Certificate. on the IHth .of October, D. 11120. .
Recommended W. T. WEEKS. Wet' ,,'.. official
my Mirnature
by a Tennessee No. .embrace Wt$ of and seal title hIlL! OF COMPLAINT
Clerk Circuit Court. P NWI the lllh day
Grocer for Trouble He- By C. A. KNIGHT of SIV'4. Re*. Tp. C. S. R. 22 ., o S""I.mhrr.W. T.A.WEEKS.D 1U20. In the (1."lt Court of Florida,

(SELl Deputy Clerk. ncrea. aaaeaaecl Unknown. Clerk Court riuhth Ilradfcird .
A. 7. ADKINS. Certificate No. 112 ,embrc Lola. 1, t TEH CI..II. IIr.drnr' Count.. Flor County. In Chancery.
suiting from Torpid Solicitor, for 10-1-ISt-10-29 of Ilk 8R In MvlnirMon. Trilby C..'* C. (REAL) J. C Adklna. ('.. 1
Cm"laln.nt mill, dlv NE' of NE14. Bee. 2H. Tp. 0, 8. Ily A. KNIC.IIT V. .m"laln.nt
Liver. ) R. 22 r. Clifford Johnaon.Certificate 0.n-M.I0.11 Deputy, Clerk Jnhn' Alexander tfraham. jam .

ORDER: FOR PUBLICATION No. 115 emhraci Lola 8. 4 of I,. Cpu. Hiimurl C. l.ane. J. II..
".. In Circuit Slut of Florida Eighth bilk 40 In MvlnRfton Truly Co'a auh dlv NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE MrLemore. J. It. Karl J. C.
j""" JudicIal COllr.. County In Chnn- of NK' of NP.%. Sec. 28, Tp. 5, S. R. 22 Sixty daya after dote hereof. I, the undera'lrncd F"e., T. W. I'llU. John, R. Carl
V'it East Nashrllle Ten D.- The effloieocy ,\ '- < H. nimven,. of Thedford'i Black-Draught the (I".1.1 Complainant. 41 In ..Ivln"nt.n. Truly A C..' ." thy voucher, and final account to the Him. Goo anta. .

(1 vu 1 NF'i nf NE'4. Sec. 2H, Tp. 6, B. It. 2 E A. Oardlner. County Jilclue of Bradford Colin. It appearing by sworn bill filed In the above
genuine, herb liver medicine it Mary E. IU BV n, aaamaed J.m.E. Franklyn.Certincate ty. Florida; and *nk to b dlachaiiKed .aui-h call.. that the residence of lh almve named

Touched for by Mr. W. N. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is gen Dofondnnt.Tt No. liP ,'mbr."* Lt 8 of nlk Admlniatrator. / defendanl and inch of ,' I. unknown I
Parsons i uine' appearing fcy affidavit appended tn the 42 in Livlnnaton. Trnhy A Co' ." dlv .f) Thl the 27th day of Auiruat. IflZO.R. and each of them belnir over the ape of twen.
grocer of thla city. "It U without Aspirin proved safe by millions 1.1 HU'd In the above stated rauifi that Mary NI' of NKt Seo. 2H. Tp. 6, S. K. 2 E.. I NEWROM. ty-one yea rat |It I. therefore ordered that,

doubt the heat liver and prescribed by physicians for over TVnvt-rw, the defendant therein named, d Julio Duller.Certlflente Admlnlatralor of F.tal of Hardy Newaom anld defendant anti each of them), lie and -
medicine and I I t twenty only'anun U a -.ldi>nt of the 8Ut of Florida and No. 12 entbrnceM Lola 8. 0. K) docrancd. 8-87-01-10-22 they are hereliv, i'eiiilri'd. to .1" .'.' to the
don't believe I could get along without years. Accept *he 1 I. roeldcnt of the of Vatc* of Ilk 1 In Add to Starke, eaai'ePIiS. "NOTICE'OF Illll' of Complaint tlhtd In anld ratine, on or

It. I take It for broken "Bayer" package which con Center, Karwaa, and 1 I. t..n over the age AMncer ApPiiclTiov FOR TAX hEFT) for. Monday, tile Nth day of Nnvcmhcr.,.. ..
sour stomach, headache tains directions to relieve the of twenty-on years f It In therefore ordered Certificate No. 157 embrace SW'I of N UNDFK RFCTIOV (71 OF THE otherwlae tho allivatlmia nf .al'' bill of com
bad liver Indigestion and all] proper thai ttnld non-mldont dcfrndnnt IM and I I. F'' See.. S. Tp. 7. S. R. 21 E"o. aerea, (TKNICItAL: BTA1UTRB plaint ...1 lie taWn .. confeaard I." said l de
Headache. Toothache. Earache. Neuralgia 1ii>|l..VamnliMitrl tn .. In ilia* nf ... hoot Of.llfffl !. vlwen that A, f.. A4Llnpurchaser > f'n".a'"
trintn <
other troubles that are the result cia Rheumatism Colds and Fain. plaint filed in old eaUHe"p..a on or hi Mon .. No. 17H embrace. w .4 or IIW'A.A. - of fax pal.. certificate "numberedrcapcrllTcly It I I. further, orilemd, that. tIde order lie tuibllnhed -

torpid liver. ,day the lat day nf November bro.. ItfSO .. . 7. S. n. 22 En.l. 80 acre, a.- 114. ill. lit H7. 114, 120. 11 onre n week for twelve cniiHecut.Ive
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few otherwlae the ullcnatlnna of aaid bill will lie arimed M. M. OrlfTIa. inn. ins. i7i. inn, IMT 192. ton. 14.. inn. week In the llrailrurd, County Teleirraph. a

"I have known and used It for years cents. Druggists also sell larger taken aa eon r..d liy anld defendnnt. I'nlna cupid certificate. shall ho r.
and can and do It I la further ordered that thia order he according IR... tax di.d wil IMAIK thereon for Bradford County I"I..I.I Snld cerllflrate Title 10th day uf Auioiwt. A. 11. 1X20. .
highly 'Bayer
recommend It packages. Aspirin Is trade Mililiithed once a week for four on the ISth day of Orbiter I>. 1920. 104 belnM dated tin 2nd day of July, A. W. T. WEEKS

to every one. I won't go to bed without marked Bayer Manufacture Monacet- weeka In the Mradford County ,"on..uUv" ,. anewapnper W tneaa my official ulirnature' and seal thla D. 1017 and certiflcnlea' HI. Hft. 87 94. ((1".1) Clerk Circuit

it in the house. It cacidcBter of Salicylicacid. Adv. in aald County and the llth dny of Septcmlwr, A. r>. 1t>20. 141 140, KA, 11M.! 171, 1HH 187, 1112, 10.. fly C A. C..ur.
will do all II Stoic. W. T. WEEKS. 1U4, 11M. tOO, 207 and, 212 belnir dated' the Ilepllty. rl..k.NUlrF.Of .

claims to do. I can't say enough fo Thia September 25, 1C20.) Clerk CI..1 C"ur Bradford County. Florida. . 111 ,flnv' ,.r A. II. IPIH and .filed

It." W. T. WEEKS. 'fF'LI' ) .a..ld) certificate In my nIT.. and baa mad). Fl FCTI01
(Seal) i Clerk Circuit By C. A. KNIIT.D.1.ItO.11 application for tat deed In accordmine .

Many other men and women throughput Hy C. A. KNIOHT.(.ur. with Inw. The paid certificate, reMpcetlvily I...WIFRFA8.(.n"'II.lon 11.of l.r"l.h.ur.I 14141. of or the iMfl.Flat under..r
embrnre *he ,
Deputy CI'rk. > r.lI..wln" land. In llradford I- .. .
PAR( on* Joint
the country have found Dlack E. M. JOHNS County, l'lnndn. anneaacd at the date or poBlnv U..olll'l.n pro -
an amendment ,

NOTICE OF DEED to the Cnnntltutlnn of
ron TAX
APPLICATION the laailntico
Draught just an Mr Parsons describe Solicitor for Complainant. 10-1-Iit-10-20 tlNPUt: fIFCTlOV 575 tIP' TIlE of pitch. In tbo name tint Htntv of hirliln., and th. anmc was agreed
valuable in t.KNMIAI.: STATUTES towlttCertificate .. .rl.ul..rl" art forth. to by a vote of three-flftha of all the numtiera .
regulating the liver tIts < ORDFK: FOR PUBLICATION 11-nby notice I U .Iv..n thnt W. E. Knlvht.liurehaNer elected,) to eaeh holm,, that, the on
normal functions and In cleansing In Circuit Court of Florida Eighth of tax Hale certificate of BE ( It.,. .In.. *rnnone. "Quarter mold .1.lnt n..I"I.n, I were entered upon their

the bowels of impurities. Judicial. CI..ul. County In Chancery. rr.|HTtlvcly 5. CII, 41, 70 11. UK. 181. 191ani 40 a. Illatr.anaeaitrd. !K.. If I'..June Tp. .7, I. 21 E., rcapactlve J.llrtal.. with the yeas anil have ',
thereon .
2no luaueri they did l .
by the Tax Collector of Brad 01"1..1"" and direct
i W. Andrew and J. W. An. C' Nci embrace. Lot Ill() In Wood. that the .
Thedford's Black-Draught fnrrt County. Florida. Bnld luilnadnteil 11 paid .Iiilnt Keaolulion I I..,
medl drcwa. Jr.. doing "".In.. unde July 2nd, and e..rll1.nt.( certincati I".n. . '". II, 5. R. 22 E., 10 acre. to the .elector n' I rltate nt the Cencral
tine 111. la. 11.0 aanenaed .
is the original' and only genuine thv firm name) and atyla J. In my and application Herman Rhaw. Kleellon In Nnvemlxr. 1920.
W. Andr..... Son PComplainant Uaue In accordance with., Certificate No. HI) embrace, W Half nf PF NOW TUKKKFriKF: ;. I. II.
Accept no Imitations or substitutei for tax di-ed to Ounrter of Clay W.
Q"n.I. I..e. 5, Tp. 5. B. R fOUl ..r Slate of the of
Always ask for Thedford's. v. law.Maid 22 K.: 20 n. anaciiacd ". Luplon. I ..
gUShER IIIr ".rllel.* reupcettvely embrace* ihefollowing 11..I.'a. 1..1, viva notice that a
Inaae No. H7
Reynnlda et al. : In Bradford County Florida C'Hilrnh. .n.l.ra.. BE Quarter .if
orrnd..nt aawmcd at the date of the laauanc, of inch Bee. it, '". 51, 5. R. 22 E., 40ncrea. () C.tNKUAL' ElECTION: '
I appearing liy I . to the certificate In the r hereinafter anaeaaorl Unknown. will lie held 'In each county in Florida' on
EON PUBLICATION filed In the above atated cnuae that' Ran- particularly Pet nnm.forth"..- : Certificate No. V4 emliracm R Half of I Tlleadny next Biirceefllnir, the flrat Mnnrtay' In I'

In Circuit Court. State of Florida. Fight) corn Reynnlria, th. defendant therein named Certificate No. 5 .,embrace NW 4 Half nf SW Quarter of BE Quarter flee. November A. II.. 11120 the. aald Tueailny .be.

JinllelBl Circuit, Bradford County, In (Chun la a non-rcaUIctit, of the State of Florida. and A N/! ,. of flW'/l. Bee. 14. IWnr... . R. 18Knt Tp.known fl. S. K. 22 F., 10 Acm, aMcuavd Un. Inn the 3
dry that he I. a rualilent of Savannah 120 acre. ......d M. J. Nettli. SFCONO PAY OK NOVRMMFR:
W II. Clcmon and C. R. demon. and la over the age of twenty-one yearai I It Certificate No. 211 emhraeea N of Certificate. Ni. 120) .mlrae. W Half of fur 1h or rejection of the amid,
Partner dolnw bunlnca* under. the I. therefore ordered that aald non-realdent of Lot 1 WV4 of. Lot 1 In T. I-I Ell Ilk 48 In LIvlnirMnn stilt dlv uf Joint R< aolutiiin I prripiMtnir an amendment r

firm name and'atyle of Clemon defendant b and la* hereby required to ap 2nd .Lake Butler ameiiaed 1.M. c... Quarter of NE Quarter Be*. 2K, Tp. 9. to th. Conatltution. of the, State of .'I.rl".. :.
Brother. a to bill of complaint filed In mlflcauae ... .dd. I. 8. Ft. fl K.. anaeaaeil .. Johnaon. vl.

Complainant.A on or )bifore Monday, the lat day of .Certifleate Nn 41 embrace* Ni of F". Certificate Nn. 141 m".r.BE Quarter or JOINT TtrHOI.UTION Proposing an
'Va N"v'mb.r. A. D. 1020, otherwlae the allegation of SB'/, of NEVJ A E'/4 of Wl/4 nA % BE Quarter.. Rw. 84 IP. O. 8. R. 22 E., 40 Amendmecit. to fltctlnn fl of Article IX of the
E Rltverthome doing buainea. of paid hill will he taken aa con. R' of Nli of SW',4 of NW14 acrra. nuaenaeil J. II. Mur...... ConmltiiHnn' of the Stale of Florida f".lallnl

uniler the name .if Martina, Mill leaned hy aid d..I..nd.h. 'r :, -of SW,{ A WUj of SE% of Certificate No. 11 embrace* R Half ..f lu Taxation and. FInance.
C.imimny and W. E. Sllvcrthorno It la ..rd. that thin order be SW1r 40"R '/ of BE'4 of SW',4' W'<. South Half of Lot. .R Half of Lot 10 Ima. lie It lleanlveil by the Levlalntur of the
I>fonilitut. publlahed once a w".k for four eonaecutiveweeka ftF.4' ftKV4 6 SKj'( of NT/ .MC",. N 12 A.. See. t. Tp. 8. H. 20 E., 4* acrea, Rtnte of I lorlila ;
II "I1'M>>rln.. t'l/ In the Bradford County T aaaeaaed J. M Shaw Jr. 'that the followtnir amendment to Beetloej
affidavit app."n led to th. h'lr'I.h. a the 12. Tp. II. B. It. 22 E.. 100) acrea, a.-
bIll 11I'd 'In ih aboVMIatcd. earn,. that A publiahed In said and eaKed Unknown.ertlfleato Certlficat* Nn. 111)1 embrace BE Quarter of fl of Article 0 of the. Cnnatltution, of the )
E rmverthnrnn, doing bualilea under th Elate. embrace Wl of NR'4' NE: Quarter, ". ft. Tn. '7. B. R. 21 E., 40) Rtiit. of Fhirliln .''"T'h"t taxation and finance .
nAme of Martina Mill Comiianv. and W. i H Thla September 20, 1920. /NK'4: A :w' 70..r NK'4 A NH of SW<{ acre*. anaeaavd lila M. I' la hereby, ) airrced to and ahatt, lie mh.mltted .

Sllverthorne. the defendant th-1-'in named l WEEKS, of KE'4, Bee. Tp (I, B. R. 18 Fast, 8fl> Certificate No. tOM .mhr" .. B Half of f to the clmlora nf the atiito for a'hip-
ar tion-r*.lilenta of the State ..f Florida (Seal) WC. k Circuit ourt. aerm. aNMeiuieil 1.. W. Wltllama. F Quarter, of NW Quarter A NE Quarter llon o rcjiolion at lha next ireneral eleellon -

th.7 are renldenta of l.lua( f.iivannnn liam en Dy KN'GfT.' Certificate No. 81 embrace Be* at NW SW Quarter II..... 10 Tp 7. 8. II. 21 E.. 80 hetd hereafter, that, ,la. aav thnt Hvotlon -

and, Trutt Kulldlng. Savannnh. Georgia am D"ut" Clerk Car if BWM A run E nOR yda on line diN ..rH. aaaeaaeil W. A. May.. fl of Article 0 ..f the Conatltutlnn of the t
0" 'i.ver the .". nf E. M. JOHNS. of Certificate No. 17J embrace of lurlila, lie arm mled .. read
twenty-oil yeanl It I .fl Bee. 21) to a pt nf bnr., thenc AF QIArt'r F'nt.! t .
Solicitor nf
for NE
tnewrnre ordered Complainant. 10-1-51-10.20 P! Quarter. BMI. 17. Tn. ,. ... :
that saId ) thenea .
KHO vda .
Bee. line.
.,.................- .. non-noldcnt d> 1 40 -- I
"L.0 .re h..hy .i"lred ... .p -- - - thence W 440 ydn.. NHO yda to pt or bee.; arena, aaaraned F. If jon. R.-piInn II.I The 'frmlntur' .10,1) hnv* how.
.!t..etI. t, tho hill of compla'nt Iliad In *ai.l Bee. 29. Tp. II. B. R. It Eaat acrea, anaeiia. Certificate No. All. flee. 14. Cr In pro\M- r ltulnK. bond only
*.. 'u on or before M.miJav. tli. lAt iluy ofmWr | In fullER, FOR PUBLICATION ed C A. McF-end.. M Tn. 1. B. R. 22 K., 0411 acn<*. aaaeaaed Paul! fur th* I.r'... ..r r.'irI tiny Invasion or Slifitcexlng -

"'. D. 182fl other. M the alle Cnllr. Slat of Florida, Eighth No. Ill) .embrace ME'/' of SKI/I Broa. InMUrrftctton or for the purpoN, of
.. i- ,or raid bill will' |i.e tntu.n n, OI,' Judicial. JIra.iford County In Chan nf FWI. I.. tl. Tr. fl. R. R. 22 F..t. 10 Certificate No. 187 embrace E Half of N r*>d<'...',." nr ,'fu"olnl I I inla alrraly' I..
I l I.| ,;in defendant. icry.Mamle ... J. B Ithorfen.Clrtlfleate I Quarter A NW Quarter of NE Quarter urd at a lnw*>r .I InLcri-iit or for the

.I r. 'I. further ordered, that thin order b.. Luke ..No. ill embruc Lot 8, II lie NF Quarter of NW Quarter W .. (ilurprac "f atMiulrlnft. ,Imll'l' nor and malntnln I ,
PII. :'inhrri. once n week for four ron-enntlvi I Complainant II. w. In the Ilrniirnrd Couii'v: Telearalih.: a 1 Jim Luke I Stark*. ...."d Owen dardlner.crtlflcnle R. F J., 400 acre, anaciand, Paul fir... thrfMirhout thin Rtnti' und,.r such r'gulptinn.
Slat Ii. '"a".r' PUl'Hnh.'d In aaid County and; I (' No. I"I embrnre HF.'A'ol NW C..III. N... 11)2) .mhre. All Re.. AH Inn. l I.. iirrfcrltM'd. |I., an Act of the Iritr
Defendant. M. f"C 4. Tp 1. R. R. 22 Eaut 40 acren.aaacancd l'i R. 22 F.., ., annealed 2. iMlntur : '...vh".I.. ttmt, any l-oml IriHiKan.. ri
1 ,
September S9, 1'12 I .ol..rnl by affidavit appended to the S. B. Chandler.f'rHIHcat" lien,. thorlM'd. In 1'""."nn., .' hfriftf for a *yitt m of

, \I.t'. ,'. WEEKs.Ml. ." I Jim the above .t.tH cauae that No. S1IIO embrace N of Certificate' No. 108 embrace* All Bee. prrMiil, ....'!. and lirfifvr' shall not .. In
? Clork Circuit Court la Luke, the d'f nd.nt .. named ISec.. 27, '. 7. B. R., 22 fWI acre*. rp. T, .a SI E., 840 Acre, aaaaaaed 2., amount flee till (.. rrnt. of the t"lnl, .e..>..
ny C. A. KNIGHT. th.t a non..ld..nt of the State Florida and .......d Paul Bro. F..t. 10 l... of the slats at the time of ,..uo.
1. I la a realdent I of the town of flruna.wick. Certificate No. i'to, votm last In
with naMfipo
Vnirea paid certificate ahall JM All. See.
ADKINS Deputy C'"kltor .. of Georgia, and In over the iwdoernetIaccording Tli. 7, 8. R. 19 .mbr.a. 2. d and' S
i of eve law, tax deed (I.. thereonon VI F.., Acre. aaamacii amrndmrnt th vanvaim. .1.
'.. twenty-one "..... ; It I* th .1 .. II Iro ..
for Complainant. lO-lJit4'.tt' that laid .for. ordered the lay of Octolii-r. T). 1020. .linn and .t.rn thereof, shall he rtul>J trti'dtn
hereby n"n.d.n defendant l. and la W tnea my official alrnature anti seal thta Cartifieae.No.: 108 emljrac. N Italf of N the came rrvulntloni a r'd I rintrlrtlonnar Pa
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHAKGE plaint .qul.laid to appear> to th. bill of enm- the 11'h day of September, A. T> 10941.C J Quarter A RW Quarter of NF Quarter A provided >>v Inw for general *Ire t Ion* In
0' U eauae on or before Mon : Half of NW the film. of FlorlHa
> ''" r W. T. WEEKS quarter A Quarter of
after date day 1h l.t of
',.5.,' 'l M adminiatrauir hereof I. the under. ,. otherwla* the A. D. 120. Clerk Circuit Court Dradforil County., ,. Fin NW Quarter See. 27, Tp. 1. 8. R. E.. IN TKHTIMO.VY WIPfUOJ.: :
C 'I., tleCae4. of the eatate of M. taken .1I.aU"n. of said bill will b* ida. SEAL) 240 Acre, aaaraied Paul lira. 2 1 hnv. hereunto . 1.
will a ennfeaaed by said
am ', i I preaent my voucher It la defendant. By C. A. KNIOIIT. Certificate N... 200 embrace All N Half of and nfTlmtd the Great 2
la i'n'' r "Mnuitta County to th. Honorable (;..... A. publlHhed, further ordered that this order be O.|1-5t.1 01 5 Deputy Clerk.VorrCrToF NW Quarter N of Ily A NW Quarter f 8 SEAT) thn State of r'lorldit. at TalU .
JuilKe of Kradford County once a week for four, ...o..ullv. W Quarter., Sea. Tl.. I) ..<*. th. thin th.
_d >k to he week In the I 84. 7.7 (I. R. 22 E.. 41I ra.inl.
n",. ",,,, diarhartred a* auch ad- 5, newapaiwr flrad"rd In County T.h.I.h. a iPPIICATlOV FOR TAX I!I Acre. *, aueaaed Paul llroa. twf'nty.1Khth da July A.

I '* day ef October. JB20. State. ubllh.d aaid County and l'S":1' : fCTION 175 (f TUB nEr I I ( No. 207 embrace E Half of N TI 1t'AIi. a.

L This September 28 1020. .VS.HAI. I"I W '"a."r N 10 A nf E of BW H CLAY CBAWIYRn.
sTATfTf1 n.1
\ nlor of ?.. ..* of NK.M. PEARCE C I W. T. K. .by n.l. I I E. Knight ( F 14 A nf BE ., of BW* A.0.lnt10.2P) Screlary of 8ta*.. 0
Croft. D WEEKS.
'II, aal. . Quarter Half of NW .
nll..h..r .. Quarter of .
I ( ) I ilanapeellvely .
10H'9t2a I NOTICE OF APPlICATION FOR TAX DEED' I! SI Clerk Circuit Court. 24 .rtll.a" n.m. : Quarter lea, 4 A SI
27 20. In SW
'I i By C. A. RI. . II*, S7. Cor W Half of NOTKF f IF r'OH TAX |>r"l
irvuFit pF.rTiov (Tii or THE 'S KNIGHT. 112, H. '7. 55, IflO, 107. 12i*. ItO, 14B.l1, SW Quarter ol hE Quarter A Half ..r ; AI"'IICATff': .
Fr ) FMK
NOTICE (..: 'fIIAI: 8TATUTF.8: I "B"ut1' c"rk' I mitt 17*. lift. and Quarter of BR l=ffIt If'
1" ,., E. M. JOHNS. 177. 17*. I..d l by the Quarter A S Half .f HTAII'Tr'H:
j', . '""tie that I will on November. ii. Notice It, nereny a-iv ro that IfiKiver: Hrou'liurrhaafif Solicitor for Complainant. '. Colleetor of Bradford County. PI.I.' Quarter ..f BE Quarter I aa 5 A In 14? Cor., NnMlcfl U fNf.Ro\I., fflvcn thnt f.. If. IHIl
'p, .0', anon thereafter aa I may .be heard jf. TMI Ortifloate No 12A, oaten I0-l-6t-10.2 fal,1 certmcatea belnadated "F..I.m..r. (tee. 18. Tp. 0. *. R. 2 E., 175 A... anleaavd purchaser of 1"1 I', N... lit lntil th.
110.lh riar .f Au, 'i.l A. D. ha rll'R'
,. .nt..n for J. C. Franklin who 19IR Died and ha. filed paid mrofTic Brooklyn Land . of .
e.rtlll.t. ilny AUM-IU "
said l lccrtlnVntf
I t . ., i.Ied..f burglary at tire fall term' of alit l eertlflcat* In my ntTfc and haa made NOTICE OF ELECTION and tap. made ." for tax deed Certlflieit .1..1
"II.alon' Un. Sit In uffii and
embrace SW l
; "t niinllcatlon for tax dud to lea t. C. F. Hoover Quarter my !* ma< apnllntlon
court In accordance
for Bradford Mayor of Clarke. to INPII* i In accordance .. . .
''le..lrin. county. In 1910. with .law SaId certificate embrace the fol by virtue of the Florida. Bald of NE Quarter 10 A In NE Cor A Half "' for tat _
I' may then b* heard on the aut""t. arMed In me hy certlfleatea .Uv.l" embracaa the. if NW Quarter. NE J with taw Hnlil ctrtlflratv
"' th lowing"d, nroM.rty attiiated in Ilrad 'law do hereby following. lantla A Quarter of SW Quar, rmhrar the ff'U
application.WM. ford county, Florida. tr..wit: held at the T....c.1 In Election to b* In Cunt". Florid, tee A RE Quarter of BW Quarter le*. 10 A I.wln.l NTltM| |."irr.rtr. attuatfld In Drnd-
C. IfO:>CF.!!. n.1 the aforxald town at the data of the of suchecrttfleatea In BE .
',1"1 1.0" 4. C. 9. 11 of Illk "II" In RI ln..'. by the qualified therein In the C... lice 24. Tp. 8. B R. 22 r. ". 1"11,1.1.. -wlt :
-. Attorney for Petitioner. Add to StarkIhc Xnl. land .belnir a.......d 21th) day of October.'11120. fur on the .". the afterMrtleutarly ".m.forth reafieetlvely to-wit herein lilt> Acre. aaeHed Unioklyn Land Co. Loot Ti l I. JM In WfHiUlawn' flue. 10 Tp. S, -
of i ITnlcii paid .. K 22 y: 20 ..
SOTICE at th* date o. the issuance of aueh" eertifleat electing J'11 Certificate No .rtlll..t. hall I. redeemed .
.1.' OF JIVAL DISCHARGE in the name of Mr*. Tereaaa Levlbnn. 'I ONE ALDERMAN. Tllk 4 In .mhra. Lots. 8, 4 of according to law tax die will lol. thereon 'I'). Niifd land lirlntr. n.m+.vit at the ilnl* n
"v' , after date hereof I. th underdmlnlatrator Valve MeKlnnry'a Add to Lake on the 4th day of October. A. D. thi* 1rtuarnnf! see) i'r1ff1on' In th f
-t n., a acid certIficate ahall tie refleem.daccordinir Inspector,. F. **. T..N. aapeawed Unknowrn.fert'flcate "tl'r. 1920. o llama
.. ,,* d', of th eatat. of He tn law. tan deed will lau thereon Julian I. Peek. Sh.r.r. Kuadi'lck Wit,.'.* my official .I"n.tu. and peal this t/nknown 1'nl* a spill certificate .hal t*
No. 27?
.1-c-. will lot of Bradford county florid. on the 8th day of November. A. D. 1U20.) '' In testimony'whereof, I Ry In T. Ib-kle' embrace. Lt 11 N of lilt day of September, A. D. 1020. rtfovntwl' ororrllnif t. law. .(l.wl ...1 ".'* P
Pnt I If hereunto uberlbe. F. 2nd l Add Lake But .hori'im the I of 0" .. .. P.
ii !., the. m" and final Wltneaa my official alirntur and aeal thl" my name and the aeal of the ler. flattie Wllllama. W. T. WEEKS. on 11h lay *
If..n. aid
'. c.>. A. .arrilner.; County the 5th day of October A. I). 19211. to be hereunto e.u town Clerk Circuit Court llradford County. FlaffVaK 1
ITJ"1| Certlfleat 1021.W'Ln.
t. Rradford county Florida and ask W. T. Umbe. .. ID20. t. llttn day or 8.P- Bee. 29 embrace 8H of NE'4' ) 'l'.lh5rgrd' WEEKS *4. B. By C. A. KNIOHT.
T, .. S. R. 20 taut 80
'10"th !! elicit nm'nlatrator.' Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County. Fla.. (Seal* C. F. HOOVER T. acrei, aaaeaaed .-..I-JO.1 Deputy Clerk. tho uth flny nf $ffntml.. A. O 1020
of tnknoW.
Ocubr. 19io.! (Seal) W. T. :
By C. A. W.PK1.
A. M. Atteet : .rlll.n. K embrace Com at 'H-.M Clerk
WILLIAMS I l".H.Gt-U.r... Deputy CI..... C A. FUTCH. Cl.rk. .-24-ou"t7j Cor NF!! of SW% A run 8. N.. NOTICE OF ElECTION By ( A (I"ul 'aur.

Ii ft t I rIght of way, thence W along To th. Sheriff ef Bradford County, of the -10-61-10. Deputy Clork.a .


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friends here M. "I .. i I of NEW\ of NEii): northweat' quarter
relatives and of
" who is expect a few days on account of the illness of visiting .. of .
of Prof. A. R. Flowers, | tiorHieant quarter 4NWX4 KE :
Bradford !County: Telegraph I oleave for South Carolina.) Many Miss Clara May Shepard.Frank' Saturday. Jena. J. Chrlatfanaon et si.Drfendanta.... t.c..mpl.ln"nt. t.-I t half of west half of southwest quarter sent of
.j ing t .
northeast ( of ,
ir. of Plant City pent Jessie Mae Cason is visiting her i quarter W4 WM of IiWof
games were played and at a late hour Green! and Mrs Jack Colson. NOTICE TO KNOWN UEVEN I I NE'.. .. northweat quarter (NW'',\. nun .
1 delicious ice cream and cake was served Sunday at the home of Mr. and 'ofra. parents Mr. To Jfn. .r, Chrlatlanaon E. L- House A. went quarter of aouthweat quarter INWU Of
I'abUnhrd Weekly: and sacred l ai Itlee Misses Charles: Dinkins. Mrs. Lydia Johns was a visitor to Z. Adkina. Burten H. Ceruett and GeorMChrlHtianaun. FW>4 >. weakJialf of aouthwvat. quarts of
I to the guests who were! .. and ( of SW,
afternoon. the residence of whom each aouthweat quarter W4 | of 8\\1'41|,
(j da matter At the poltt t-olfire .lStarkr. Carrie Belle Brown, Thelma Pinknton 11. Rowe, of Macclcnny, visited relatives our school Friday every, fa unknown.It aectlon nine ((II.) township eight5)) ranntwentytwo
i David Shaw, of LaCrosse, "spent last ordered and each of 422)) aouthweiit
Florida. Mabel Blown, Elsie in Lawtey Frday.1ev I. hereby that you quarter ISWvl i
t Pearle of Jacksonville, week! end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. you appear to the bill of eomulalnt filed herein and northwest quarter of aoutheajit uuanliNWW
Stokes Evelyn Dcmcry, Grettis Thomas It. J. Thomas airainiit you In the above entitled cause on ( \ of SEW) section fifteen 116)) axe..
1. ; Francis Waters Pearl Brown was n visitor to Eawtey' Sunday. fl. O. Rivers the nth day of December. A. D. 1H20. chip viiiht (S/). range twenty-two (221) f.ab.eaiit .
r.( E. 8. MATTIIKWS, F.dilond Ownr.F Sarah' Cunningham left last Joe fowling was in Starke Satur The Bradford County Telegraph la herebydefliirnated quarter of narthweat, quarter BE
Blonnic Harrison, Willa Murphy, of Mrs. aa the newMpaper In which this NW',i >. west half of northwest uunrte, l\vl
. t' Jacksonville, Alva Pinkston, Annie Thursday for Mncy. ;" 111., where she day. notice ahall be published for eight conaecutlve of NW41. aouthweat quarter (SW\< awl
... KrpreninatlwDEMOCRATIC ;- Pearle and will make 'her dome Mrs. J. Ferris II.] O. River< was a visitor to the weeks prior to aald 6th day of December Ion thra (lii. township right. . t i \ F qua
I L4F A" n!' AK t nATlo' Crawford, Messrs.. Alga: Thomas, A. .accompwiied her. county seat Sunday. WllneM my hand and seal of office this lat tar of northeaat quarter (EUj of II wle of N-
! J I'I' Seeber! Stokes, EurieIII'owfi. Rev Link Mosclcy, of Jacksonville)) P. S. Crews was a visitor to the day of October. A. D. 1920. E"itwent" half of west half of IK*ithweflt
t H Flower,
i J Stale Farm Saturday.SmitV W. T. WEEKS. quarter of northeaHt quarter (WVj of wVVof
'. Willie Biellirg] Denzil Thomas was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. Clerk Circuit Court In 'and for Bradford KW>x of NEW. southeast quarter "f north.
I' 'itLSlf)1;NTIAL Wilbur Brown Leon heaves, Des Young left the first of,the week .Inlins and John lodge] were County, SUM of Florid. t I west Barter I&EV of NWM went. half of
, ELECTORS visitors to Kturke) Saturday By C. A. KNIGHT west half of southwest quarter of louthtutquarter
Md. where he will
Baltimore .
mond Jukell..6If Dukes, Albert Miller, for purchase (REAL Deputy Clerk. (W<{4 of WW of SW(4'( of SCiil' I ,
r Truby and Denzil Parrish Harry n large stock of goods,for the George 'Rivers was a business CHARLES A. powERs rant half of went half of aouthwmt" quarter
I i ::1 Martin Caraballo. P. W. Corr Thomas fall and winter trade. tor' to the Watermill section Saturday. Solicitor for Complainant. of the outheai quarter IEIi! of HI Ot
1 Pinkston, Murray > .
' SW'of SE .) section twOve' ((121.
I' 1t Charles E. Jones. W. V. Knott. Miller The guests departed after Riley Kersey of Jacksonville, visited Mr and Mrs. Joe Dowling and [ ahlp five 16)). ran.. twenty-two' (221 town.wg.

7' I I. J. G. Sharon. G. tar Well thanking Mr. and Mrs. Miller for their relatives near Lawtey Sunday. daughter Jessie, were callers to Lake ORDER In the Circuit OF SERVICE Court of BY the PI'IILICATIOV State of Florida. taming more or in I...all... In one Bradford thouaand county.And forty. (1040 erne
Sam Mathis, of Macclenny spent Butler Saturday.A In and for Bradford County.
LAKE nUT lmI hospitality.Denzil business Sunday nt. his home here. large crowd enjoyed themselvesat : Lulu M. Lan ReY, I you and in each the of above you are hrn-by ordered
1 ] l Thomas made a tripto Complainant.Jena to appear entitled court toanswer
Arthur Sapp of Detroit, :Michigan, the home of M SR Grace Welch t>n W I the bill of complaint died aiialnit
Lake Butler Saturday
::L8.-J. J. C I.\ et al.Defendfinta.. I you in the afore-named cause, on the third
W afternoon day
Drown Sunday
L. here lust week and will spend
11'", '. Lake Butler, Mrs. S. T. Coker and sinter Miss reached of January, A. D. 1821.
I and daughters; MiHcs Mabel and Willa Murphy, of Jacksonville, spent some time with his parents Mr. and Preston Williams wag in Lake Butler NOTICE TO UNKNOWN DEFENDANTSNotice I I The Bradford County Telegraph l I. hereby
i I Pearl of Miller, motored here Satu- last week with friends and relativesin Mr. Leonard Sapp. Friday. aftcinoon. la hereby given to all parties claimIng dcalicnuted shall aa the newspaper in which the
notice be published for aucennlivweeka
Intercat Jens J.
an under Chriatianaon.
Jacksonville .
I of ,
i day.'i'I' this community.Carrie Gus Loadholtz D. M. Gornto. L.. M. Little M n. L. M. Little prior to said 8rd day of January, A, D.Wltncaa .
f The Woman's Club met Monday af. : Belle Brown spent the week- spent Fnturday and Sunday with relatives Col. D. E. Knight has converted his T. J. Alderman A. V. Long May DellAld.n. 1921.
L. O. Powell and W. C. 'dwell, my hand and sal of office thli lit
I j tcrnoon at a regular busincmi Hcesion.Lake 'end with homefolks.' here. I, residence known as the Rivera home, both doing buHlneaa aa Powell A Powell J. day of October A. D. 1920.
'i'I' Butler Chapter celebrated The many friends of Mrs. D. L. Rev. J. C. Diggs, of Starke, filled into a modern apartment house and M. Truhy C. E. Harper. I'enlnaular Naval ,I 1 W. T. WEEKS

'I Robert Morris' birthday Tuesday with Clyatt are glad to know of her Improvement his appointment at the Methodist will shortly install every convenience Store Roe Bunreu Company and Gilbert her husband W. Itoe,Dr.Elizabeth A. J.HurKeaa .'I I Clerk State ef of Circuit Florida.Court for Bradford County.

I I I'' \ a croquet party held In the park from alter several days of ill- church Friday evening.L. usually found in up-to-date apart J. E. }Futch N. ... Cauthen. Minnie I (tSeall' By C. A. KNIGHT
t 4 to C o'clock.] ness. L !Sapp returned to his work in ments. Both upper and lower flats L. Trlplett A. Wyatt Harry C. Bowen' I' A. lJc..utIf Clerk'
Miamlla.t week after spending a few E. L.. House A. Z. Adkini. Burten II. Corbelt POWERS
i IP- T. A. Carter, of Johnstown, motored are completely furnished with new John H. Willlanu, George Solicitor, for Complainant.
f I t" f''. to Lukp Butler Sunday morning THERESRA!" days at his home here. furniture and will soon be ready foroccupancy. C00. William J. Roe Chrl.tI.n'j'I
: Albert of Detroit Mich., all .. The Quinine Thai Docs Not Alltel The
': Sunday with hia Jennings These furnished flats will deceaaed. or any of them or HtcijBerauite
) I), W. Borum spent
t ,. i ia in this either aa heirs dvvl.""" claimanta. grranteea, of Its tonic
| the Isvmlino; friends Lawtey and laxative effect LAVA
Oct 8. Friday night fill in
] felt
r { I family. Theressa a long need Starke especially and to all partiea claiming any IntereatwhaUnever TlVfc UROMO QUININE: (Tab.eta) can t I.* taki
S (,. Mr. Tolham of Palatliu, was transacting box supper which was given here for week. through the winter season when In the lands described. aa followalNortheaHt I : by anyone' without rautilnd) nervousness or rlniilnd
I FJ''A Connors, of Jacksonville visited quarter of aoutheaHt quarter wUIIhc.d. J.W.CROVES.illoalurcvul"I: !
iI bunlfims here Tuesday the benefit of the Christian church calls for accommodations are frequent (NEV4 of SE"4t) section twenty-five ((26) I. ::1IJo
1 Mrs Ancll Cone is ill at this writ was a success in every way. There relatives neat Lawtey Sunday. townithtp all ((8)), range. twenty-two ((22)) t I Habitual constipation Cured
C James Lowery left Sunday for MeClenny south half of northeaat quarter (SUj' of NE4
twenty-one of the prettiest boxes -
g ing. were I. east half of northeant. of I I In 14 to 31 Days
t he will while. quarter
where spend a .,
fl.; 1'f MarlfTomlin, of Johnstown, was a ever seen on an occasion of this FARMER BROWNCause northweat quarter (Eli( of NEM of NW,, ). 'I "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a oporlally.
I' business visitor to Lake Butler Sat. kind. Owing to high water it was Ed Rowe of Jacksonville, visitedrelatives emtlow'thlrtyalx (88)). township alx ((61. Specially.preperedSyrupTonlcLaxaaveforHabuud
in and Sunday. range t*nlAtwo ((22t ; aouthwmt quarter utnortheavt ,
I impossible for outsiders to be near It relieves
many promptly but
l [ urdoy. quarter SWV4 of NBU )I. aouth- '
: f Mr. and Mrs. Pre lon Williams, of present but the boxes were all Bold Revival services were commenced when you turn him out he/ll wet. quarter of -loutheant quarter of northwest I should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
" at the Baptist! church Saturday evening quarter (SWVJ of 8E14 of NW'4I.> to induce regular action. It Stimb'ates and
of Mr. and for a Rood price. Everyone enjoyed back for his grain time.Won't ..,
,. \ J New River were guests come ; every Uun eleven (Jl). township even ((7)) ,
and will this week. Rev. E. Regulates.! .. Very Pleasant to Tuki* 6ADer (
Mrs Willie Williams their supper. The nice sum of $57.40was go on hove to'run after, him. range. twentytwo ((22)) i went quarter of (
. y' ?1 Mr. and Mrs. Wells have rented the realized, and all the church members i). Boyer Baptist, and Rev J. C. That's fine. Well, I must be off.Don't nnrtheant quarter of northeast quarter (W',4 !Jollie.I .

t. I 1 Tons cottage; and moved there. of the church are proud to know Diggs, Methodist have charge. Large forget about the hardware I

p'' Mrs. J. L. Douglass spent a few that they have about covered, the debt congregations attended the excellent store. It's on" thcVeast side, of, the '
w t \ days in Jacksonville this week, guestof which was due on the church build. services both Saturday and Sunday Biadford' County Bank. I
I q : and it is hoped the attendance will be So and when there
Mrs Taylor long you get;
Ing.Mrs The Mid-Month RecordsON
I ''jl J J. P. Padgett: and daughters: good during this week tell them that you saw me-Farmer
Pckle Icy and Louise were visitors to Wal J. B. Bowden, of Jacksonville wasa Brown.

," : / r do Friday visitor| to Lawtey Sunday. Now, come, let's see what kind of a SALE OCTOBER: 10 AND AGAIN OCTOBER 20
, I I I I I John Croft viiited the State Farm J. 1* King! Sr., has returned from I Charlie Churchill of Jacksonville, clip you can make. That's fine, you
, Sundny. a business trip to different points in was a visitor here last week.HIGHLAND sure are a dandy.
Of I ..
. Ii ;.I a Pan Howel1 and son, of Aluchua! the north Whoa, whoa! What in the worldis NORA BAYES
w'rlJ visitors to Lake Butler Sunday. Miss Estfllp WoodnrJ was n visitor tho' matter with you ? What you
The work on the Methodist church to Hampton Frldny.JJev. I doing down there in the road ? What'sthe A-2980 Sally Green (The Village Vamp) 10 inch :$ 1.00

' Is progressing under the direction of C. J. Bruner, of Lake City, delivered Highland; Oct. P.-Rev. T. M. Carter matter with you ? You're plumb The The Portuguse and The Greeks
J. W. Jciiies, and Rev Major. interesting/: sermon nt the' of }'(>orill. filled Ws! regular appointment I busted, are you. Well, hold still tillI I Argentines
Mrs. II. I.. Sprinkle and Bon, lIen- Baptist church) Saturday and SundnM. I at the Baptist church Saturday loosen this gear. Now see if you FRANK CRUMIT
1 : 1')', of Keildick, spent( the wcek-end Johnnie Williamson, of Hampton, : and Sunday this being bit last can get up. Drove you too fast, did
with her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. W. .C. spent Sunday afternoon here with appointment bore. 17 Here comes Mr. Preacher on Kas. J the
A-2981 I 'Xly Little Bimbo Down on Bamboo Isle. 10 inch
Townsciul.Itev. lends. I i H.Jamrs; L. Strickland] has \boencallml tus. Wonder if he is sick of his trade
Proctor filled his frKuliir, : alpo )- W. AI Jones wont to Brooklyn Mon. {! to supply here for the ensuing and wants to trade buck. She Gives them All the Ha-Ha-Ha.] 1.00
I Jtnlt'nt, at' the state petals' farm fIllY where he will have employmentfor I What's the trouble, brother ? HOBS

'I 1, Sunday.Mr some time I! year.Miss Ollie !Man1 was\ shopping in fell down ? Now that's too bad. Never BERT WILLIAMS
l' I .. Connor: of South; Carolina, Is Miss Ida I In Run was u visitor to Stnrke Thursday. ,I! saw him stumble before. Now
4 tho guest of her daughter Mrs 1'. M. Hampton Friday. 1 I !Mrs Esther Goolsby and Mr. Car- i brother, if you'ie not perfectly satisfied A-2979 Save a Little Dram For Me. 10 inch 1.00

I I I'a.lprett. R. A. Gaines, of Lake Wales, came ruthei'H, of Jacksonville, Spent Sunday I I'll take him back just for a
Miss Marshall Proctor vlsiteil relaUVPH up Sunday to spend a few days with }here tho guest of Miss Ruth Par I I little boot money. We have to live Lonesome Alimony Blues..

at JohnKtown Sunday afternoon. relatives. ker. I I and I got to get a doctor. My boy
Dr. and, Mrs W. II. I.'et'e the Airs[. Hull wan shopping In Hampton Grproro Barker, of M"fedith visited\ took down sick over my trading away SASCHA JACOBSEN

d happy' | nrt>nts of a baby girl, porn Sntnrday. II. C. Wimberly and family Sunday; "| his mule, but if I should bring him
Sundny evening& Among those from Brooklyn who Mrs.I Perclvnl Siiyward' !, of Boston :, back he might get; over it without a A-2977 The Love Nest from "Mary". 10 inch 1.00.

Joe )Howling, of New River was a attended the box supper Friday night: Mass. is IIp.ndingRome time herewith doctor. Blue Diamonds.
business visitor to Lake Ilutlrr\ Sat were Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Baylor nnd her parents Mr. and !Mrs. It. H.Hudson. I I I How much do you want to trade

t urday. daughter, Kiln, Mr. and Mrs Cobol, ] .* back DANCE RECORDS
bits" Lestor Robert) of Jacksonville Mrs Jongwer and Miss Viola Baylor. !I Dr. William H. Hudson, of Jacksonville -I Why, I should say about $25 would
: spent several days in Lake Iutlei1 ( Cleveland! Leo, of Lnkosido, was nI I' was n week-end visitor here.G. I Abe' about right. ART HICKMAN'S ORCHESTRA

: this week with lelutives.Mr. visitor to 1'iilnlkh Wednesday W. Parker'of Gainesville spent I i No; don't Want to trade back. This

A. S. York spent Sunday with U. M. 1 King Will n visitor to) Hampton tho week-end here with his family l mule IB just what I want. Went a A-2982 Cuban Moon. Fox Trot Introducing, When Alex
4 Dr. mill( Mrs. J. E. Malnes.Aijcll Friday nfternoon.MUs :Mrs. J. L. Ingels, of Jacksonville, I fishing with a bunch of fellers and
\ and Uuruc I'arrlsh and Mrs. Mvrol Collins: of Lakeside was a business ,'IllitorII'O Monday. they played n mean trick on me and antler Blues the Blues. 10 inch 1.00

l! Olen Thomas, of F'vp'! Mile, were attending attended" church here Sunday.W. Gilbert H. Barker left Tuesday fora scared me most to death. NOW I can In Old Manila. Song Fox Trot. Incidental sinn:
) to hiiBijii"< here Saturday. A, Jones and M. M. Brinson fi>- few days' visit with his sister, Mrs. get even with thorn one n/ a time. I
.Mies Bertu M< Ioanily, of South turned homo Thursday from a ftuhhig K. S. Carpenter, 6f Jacksonville. 'thinl: I fan make enough /ut of themin by Frank Crumit.

t I Carolina, Is o guest of Mrs P. M. T'ud- trip to Smith Inkp, bringing two nine 1. A,. .Stnrling) spent Sunday with n day or two to buy tw mules better a
I f L t. And ten pound trout nmnng' smaller friendin! Maxville than Unstus. No; can't bear to PAUL BIESE TRIO
I I l4: darns Done Brown spent the weekend J. I. Marr was trammeling business part with this come back mule.
i i i with her parents, Mr and Mrs. ones.Mrs.. S. n. Wooilnrd and children in Stake Saturday. Well brother I feel as though I A-2975 Idol Eyes. Fox Trot.
Faylo llrown. Lucite Janif !Maud, and Woodrow Miss Elizabeth Cola: and Marcus never could go back to my little boy
I ;it th" in Starke the of without his In The !Land of Rice and Tea. Fox Trot. IOn., ; Miss Alberta BielllnR spent spant Sunday guest Drown of Lawtey were visitors here mule. I'll give you back
+i weok-ond at her home In Providence. 1and, Mrs. It. I). Wondnrd. Silt urchiy. 1 your mule and '10. What do you say ?
II, C. 1'oeploF and daughter, AnnnIltiJl Mm. T. II. Trlest, who haH been at .--- ----,.- Not any, thank you. I'll keep the PRINCE'S DANCE ORCHESTRA
I of :Miller motored to Lake hut ]Ihintiellrn for the past week Cffm! LONG lIIunrm mule.
Icr Saturday.! home Sunday, but' went hack Monday i I'll give you $20 and your mule. A-6165 Let The frest of The World: Go By. Medley V >'

I Henry varnosx, of Johnstown wan afternoon to be ut the bed ide of her Long Bridge{ Oct. 8.-Ethan Sapp Can't think of it. "Dear Little of Mine. i 12 inch I .
j IrKMiMcting burliness In town, aturda daughter: Mrs T. T. Bryan, who is and father, Ben Sapp, were bualnap! Give you $60 Introducing Boy
\ )'. seriously Iii.Preaching. visltorp Starke Saturday. Got to see them boys fust. Think The Love Boat. Waltz. Introdutieg.
x I)T. Seehcr King made n professionitl services will be held next Jim Adkins' P. B. Crews, Roy Rny they all want this mule. Medley

! trip lo.Johnstown Saturday morn- Sunday at the Christian church. spent Friday and Saturday in SturkeDoekS I. Give you $100 and your mule. Want You" and 'The Wooing of The Qiolin" tr
p' Irltt. Mrs. W. A. Jones' wee H visitor to ) i.d Gurney Cvows were JnStaiko Make it $125 and ill take It under '
s Jttclc Rimes, of High Springs wan Brooklyn Monday. on business Saturday. ( advisement i jI Ziegfeld Follies of 1920.C'onsumer's .

the quest of Mrs. A. C. Strickland.. All Members, of the Baptist/ church P. 1>. Welch and Pruned" Cohort.I You: are a hardened sinner. You
Sunday.Rev. pro requested\ to be present Sunday wrre among those who attended tn are taking the bread out oj the Lumber Co.
i Armstrong: delivered an inter- afternoon for the purpose of calling n business in Starke Monday. I'I mouths of my family. Well] here's
( eating sermon Sunday morning// and! pastor for the ensuing )'Oa1'. Sam Crews was a business visitorto 'I Your money and take your old mule. --- r
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evening.. Dr. Fortnvr, of Brooklyn was in Lake Butler Sunday I j Don't want him anyway. This mule i i.
f Roy (Godwin of Pine Hilt, was in town Saturday doing dt'lltalYork. Mr. Merritt'and daughter, Ida ,! worth $100 n\ day to trade on-always I

..... town Friday afternoon Card <>f 'thank wore visitors to Starke Friday. comes back, don't you. Come?
T MOCK ]Hewitt, of Worthington, was 'ough the Telegraph we wish tothaw Milvln )het nt Lake Butler wa1- Well, I must be moving; along.

r In town Saturday on business. those who were. no kind In hrlp- -----. --- -.. Dont forget the place, T>Witt C.

.,t. Mra 1. R. Chnstuin entertained'ht lag our box supper tr be u success .. ...,. "V Jones Hardware Store, and tell) 'em
(JI lW? >k Wednesday afternoon Thoselivi'sont ] Friday night, by the ladles bringing ; ....' : "!' -. .." ; that you saw me. and my irtimo I is A SIMPLE RECIPE FOR SATISFACTION
), were 111'(1.. A. Hpportioii.MTB. boxes and 1 the gentlemen! donating th I ""orl-, "' '- : '.tio.C1fJn": Farmer Brown. By gum, wished I'd -
Wise, Mr,.. Mamas, Mrs Hurroll, $B7.40; was apPI'lcinh'mOl.\ .... than :f}.'; "' : : kept that mule. I've laughed myself ..
und Miss! I'l'iu-tor.( Mlntu and coca more words can ex|>rpn. Wo ai' e I. '8irfl.f.. \ .I\ ;. \ j ... irk think'ng how 1 could get: even .
I k eo1p were \nerved by Mario Cliustrtin. proud to know that our parade tank "!:I'f4 >. { /)- ..r.y with them fellows

The gets; departed xuring' tho boai an interest In it 1111 they did. Mav ; T .,' I Say. that feller's done forgot he
I f twit of a pleasant evening' spent God reward each' and everyone for : WON after\: a doctor.
'"' "Tt. 1 l.! Doll Is having work: done. on their help with his richest blessings --lufJ What going? Don't be in a rush. First take the pay envolepe and extract therefrom.

-.. the Inside of hia store' building. !Members of the Christian Church of j.I:" "J I Youall eome'over again. Be making a proportion that seerns practical. Bring it to the

V, .; C, Ravage spent| the .vreek-nni] Theressa... . 'If/iJ - syrup pretty 10011.Ye'll make it a bank: and let us take care of it and add interest:
., with )his! family. -- --- -.- -----:.- UUtt taffy pulling; next time! I
T, H. Ultnen, of Miller, wall trnns- LAW'EY '_ I Samantha: Now sec berg, Brown.\ .
I acting business in lake Butler Frl- calf you'd I You're not going to invite that crowd At determined upon intervals-preferably every

day. 'Lnwtoy,1 Oct. ,,-James; Shepard only used I over here to a candy pull. Won't have week or.. at least every month, repeat this operation.In .
l ev. O. \V. 8, \Vnie of "'orlhington. and family returned' hOIIC'.t l week an Eveready instead ofa It. I heard :you\ filing about mixing I
was in town last wock. from North Ciooigiu; where they had with
motch.H I up some hoss traders. What did
several weeks, with relatives mind, a comparatively short time you will enjoy the
J. S .Ifownrd( Dukes motored to spent| you go Rtie'klnloynur nose Into their
town Monday.Mr. friend" Huriiing oil niutrlii, rnmllf, ofrtiirimt business for? Folks always get bent satisfaction that comes with steady saving.

i'I and Mrs\ N. K. Roberts have D. )Davis, of Daytona, was a vigitot |iliir
.. mf>ved Into their homo! recently pure to LawU'.v last week.Robert Amrrirun ...."' .... Samantha when I stick my nose into And to increase your own satisfaction pass on the
chased from Mrs. N. K. Cain. We are ninnchard left Thursday foiSt. other folkv business, I generally
IS FIRE : recipe so they' similarly profit.
glad to have this family in our midst Petersburg, where he hall accepted calculate to have something stickingto V may

Mr. Hevulrlx i. ill nt hill home on n position. I'lirrliiiNo an I.H..I..I: I it when I pull it out-that is, generally. -
Main Rtivet.Mrs. Mary Boyer returnee home from jour Idle lln..hll ilil with a longlivedllmtrrv.or renew I I
< W. C. Townsend has returned Jnckionvilla mot week, after being absent Y.:verrady I'lush light Rastus was mighty tickled to get ,
to her homo after several weeks' vis for three weeks while visiting Tvcrcfldr Flashlight Butteries fit I back to his own stall. Thought he I

J to it to Salt Spring' relatives in J>uthnn, Ala., and Jack .U flashlighta.hring< : was a goner, but he want.
; p, Jlra. Ilennle Newsom returned to sonville.Mr. - I
"St. Petersburg Friday after: u pleasant and Mrs. Geo. White and babY, .'U
visit with Miss Vida Uekle. : of Jacksonville,. were visiting friend Or order by he number of the bat. I LAXATIVE!: CltOMO QlIINmZ'I'ablOWI tits

- ---. Vit Lawtey last Veek. "9 6c7 now in your llashhght.CONSUMER'S -muss. :rt.n b .w 1v oru "lBnnH Otilntr.' State, County, District and City Depository
DULLER Mr. and Mrs Charles Shepard of I ., .
-.. tlilliard, spent Sunday at the home of LUMBER CO. LAKE BUTLER, FLA. 1

"' Miller Oct, 8.-Mr. and, Mrs. H. S. Mr and Mrs James Shepard. Mr. !I I I ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION
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In the Circuit Court of th SUM of Florida.In
Miller entertained quite a number of Shepard; returned Sunday afternoon, I a slot and for Bradford County. .
young people Friday night in honor while Mrs. Shepard will remain over I I I Lulu M. Lanaiey I Iw e I


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The beautiful baby girl of Mr. aid rrnductcd by lt: v..J.V. Woods. Alal''e CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I FOR SALE-Red and Simpson 'oano j 1

Mrs. J. O. Goodman succumbed to crowd weie present to show for evd, $2.50 pur 'itiundn-d. May ,
colitis and was interred at Kingsleylake their last respect' to the departed. Our HOGS FOR SALE-Or trade for he banked on prvminca. A. J. Tho-

cemetery Monday afternoon. The ympathy 13 with the hI'l'Ifamily.. milch cow. E. H. Shipman Starke. mall, Starke. 10-8-41
Bits of LocalInformation I funeral services were held at the homeof J. H. Thomas left Friday for Jacksonville 10-l-2t

Mrs. Sallie Malphurs, Rev, Blanchard where he will visit for several FOR SALE-In 'section 1

$ Law officiating days. FOR SALE-Klondjke strawberry i mile tllllt: of Heilbronn Springs) 20
Mr. and Mr, A. II. Warren, of tlants. A. J. Thomas, Route 3, *- citfarm, with option on adjoining -
GRAHAM Starke, spent last week at the bedside Starke. 10-1-21* landH. Will sell) for $!K)0) cash

c-.r 0.. V..t.. :...,"' ., er.ItMy..a -I I IR of their brother, Bruce. or term. Address L. A, David) Tal-
M a1'. c:._.. T_ J Graham, Oct. 8-K. Roberts of Lake Mr and Mrs Raleigh Waters of I WANT TO BUY-Your cows, heifers laha npc, Fin. 1 10-8-31 -
Butler was a business visitor! hereIlIonda'y. Plant City, are spending; a while with and bulls that you will sell on account

their parents, Mr. and Urj. P. A. of the city's new cow law. N
._ ; II II. .._..--- L. G. llearry returned to hie work Crosby.Ben D. Wainwright 10Rt"FOR :! FOR SALE-20 acre farm, good
in attended buildings and fence; 10 acre of
Monday SRm'pnll
of Lake Butler, was has been spending a few days here Crosby, of ,
L .O'Berry, corn and velvet beans several Plows
I with his children and other relatives. Mesdames, Mann, Robinson and K. church at ])<>iian Sunday. SALE -KO acres Rood pine land ;
in town Monday Smith and Miss Audrey Herrin of Roy Pursyth was in Itrooker Sun near Lake Butler, 1'U. For; particulars I Also improvement on C acres adjoining

I Sampson, were here Monday. address II. J Spence, Punta I 3 mile went of Lawtey on
Good Groceries Carr Colley from the Uni- day.Miss Kaifoid road. Price\ 1200. H. S.ol'l1Ian R
We have it. What came up Dock Hilliard was a business visitor Edna Baxter of LaCrosse, attended Gorda Fin. 10-8-41
People's Grocery Co. versity of Florida and spent the week to Gainesville Saturday : the funeial of Bruce Warrenat :\ Inverness, Fla,.. 10-8-St

riid with his mother, Mrs. W. A. Col- Mr. and Mrs. Autumn Youngblood,' Dcdan Saturday. FOR HIRE-Auto touring car and

GuBtine Long, of Palatka, spent the Icy of Waldo, were here Monday shop Frank Warren, of Tampa, spent the truck. See or phone Rowe & !\to8e. FOR SALE-Georgia( Grown CubbnRn

week-end with relatives here. ping.Mr. _. week-end here with his parents. ley'i market, Lnwtey, Fla. rn.. Plants. Will .crow very fine head
Heyl Plenty of Granulated Sugarat and Mrs. Prank Stokes of Rhoda and Alva Thomas attended Rowe. 10-8-21 pet this! month in your section Early

Work Shirts $1.23; at Stern- People's Grocery for 18c per lb. Gainesville, were here Monday. church nt Dedun Sunday.! Jenny and Charleston Wakefield.

berg's. Jake Roberts made a business trip - -.- FOR SALE-No. 1 cypress shingles/: Flat Dutch. Express |2 per 1.000;

Coat Suits, Velour Tricotlnc to Brooker Monday The Ladies Aid of the Baptist $7.50 prrHhouBand; primes<, $r per prepaid mail 800, $1 ; fiOO $l.r 0;

:M. L. Addison and family, of Lake and Serge Materials. Sternberg'sMrs. Mrs. Newn Byrd and children, of church will meet next Tuesday afternoon thousand. J, C. Crown, Guilford, 1,000, $2.CO. Georgia Whitehead
Jacksonville, are visiting relativesand Fla. I and Ituneombo collnrds name price.
Butler, were in Starke Monday at 3:30:: at the residence of
W. 11. Taylor has returned to friends this week. T. N. Limbaugh. All members requested I Parker Farms, Moultrie, Gn. 10-1-it!
Drugs. Drugs. Drugs. Drugs Starke from Campbellton, where she Messrs. Will Jones, lirince and Jake to attend. CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for
Drugs. I
Opposite Griffin & Johns had been for a few weeks, visiting her Roberts, R. S. Wasdin and Jas. Reynolds prices and ship your ties of a1) A cargo of several thousand tons of

son, who is a bank cashier there, visited the county seat Tues grades to Cress Manufacturing Co., kainit arrived nt I'enllllcollaboar,1
day. There will be a call meeting of the
Jacksonville Florida. 3-5-20-lyr the American steamer Lake Fnrrafrut.
the Lake
B. W Dees was among Gid Sparkman, of Louise, was_a. W. C. T. U. on Monday, the 18th inst., '.,
Butler visitors to Starke Monday Mrs.; W H. Phillips end children, of business visitor here Tuesday at the Methodist\ church, 3:30: ; Election -

Tallahassee, are here visiting her cou- W. J. Jones returned Tuesday from of officers and other business to
Hoys' Suits, $20 value, only sin Mrs. T, N. Limb/ugh. and other Hastings: transact. Members\ urged to attend. FARMERS

$1 .9') at Sternberg's.Mrs. relatives.Mrs. Messrs. Bob Surrency, David Kelly ;

: A. M. Darby has returned D. W. Moore and mother, ofTheressa and to Mrs.Starke John Wednesday Surrency were visitors BIG SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING The big "Hartford" has just opened Farm Departmenthere.

home after spending several weeks in were in town Monday and T. VV, Wasdin, of Waldo, was hereon Takes care of Bradford County farmer same as
Jacksonville. attended the Christian Citizenship business Wednesday A meeting of unusual interest to

meeting at the Methodist church. Arthur Brown was a business visitor Sunday school workers is the Sixth big Western Farmer. Everything you own or make
Wilbur Scott left Monday morning Starke Annual Federation of Wesley Bible
to art as principal of the Vanderbilt It never rains, it never gets too Frank to Abernathy Thursday.left Tuesday for Classes to be held in Gainesville, Oct. covered against loss by, Fire. Lightning, Windstorms,

school. hot, it never gets too cold to be on the South Florida where he has acceptedemployment 12-14, li''!!0. There are over 500 of Cyclones. You get advantage Five Year rate but
job. E. A. Strout's agent or representative these organized clauses in the Florida
Maurice Langford, of Lake Butler, Is always on hand. Willis Dyal, of Starke, was here' (conference some of them in this section only pay premium [Each Year, no interest. Insuring

visited his aunt, Mrs. D. E. Knight, Thursday. I : and county, and it is urged that clause much more l liberal. Restrictions heretofore on
l last Tuesday. Guaranteed self rising flour, $2.00 clues in Florida arrange for a
JS'i/ n Thomas, of Sampson, was in every farm\
per 24 Hi sack. People's G4-ocery Co. here Thursday. delegation at that important gather-: policies removec. First farmer showed policy: recognized -

Men's new felts; $fi and $7 W. J. Jones was called to the bedside Ing. advantages, accepted at once. .
value, only $1.50 at Hternber 's. We have a complete) line of Drugs, of his niece, Mls Florence Walker -. - -c.: ... .. _--- ,
Toilet Apices l Patent Medicines at Hastings Thursday I lItiSMI'' Ruby-Pearl Mann and Floj- Investigate it. Cannot tell you in this advertisement

We have what you want in the drug School Supplies, etc., which can be Miss Itunic Graves is visiting in once Matthews, students at the Wom the many features. We want your business.J. .
and toilet good line. Next door to bought at right prices. Turner's Huntings this week. an's. College, Miss Baker, of the College

AI'ar'Graham.. Drug Store. Jake Roberts left Friday for South faculty, and Mr. William Sweeney R. DAVIS &. CO.
Florida. motored over from Tallahassee to
Bring us your flesh ep'p's.: : People's Ladies Coats are coming noon Murphy Price, of Brooker, wan hero pond I; l Sunday tthc home of 111 r. and! ESTABLISHED 1886 STARKE FLA.

Grocery Co. at Stern berg's. Friday on business.C. Mrs I.. S. Matthews.

'_ B. Roberts was a business visitorto i .
:\IrI T. Campbell left Saturday Miss Joule lIolfman n(' to her Cyril Friday.Ed B. O. PAINTKIl PIHTII.IZim COMPANY
f the Empire Refineries -
Cot Ocala where she will spend the home in Jacksonville Saturday, after Edwin Freeman, (> .
Popish in -Thurs
was Hampton ]tU'Uesvi1111! < .. Okla, reached v FLOIUD
week visiting friends Bpcnd'iig' the summer with her aunt, '
day. here Monday night and i lit visiting; kris oMI'LK'IE I'UltTILIZRRS
Mrs. J. R. Davis. Dad Moody, Arthur Strickland. and Dr. anal Mrs. A. II. Fre FBUTILIZBU MATRHIAIM
If you wish to either buy or sell a Miles Crews, of New River, were hero parents friends nCo delighted .....T ItI'S
farm, sec Inman,. E. A. Strout Farm Twenty new syrup' barrels, for J. H. Saturday ; Jn n, His many IINMCCTICIEF a
Agency at Starke Fla. Williams unloaded atr the depot 1 to si-o him again after an nbfuncuof
the other day. They will soon be filled Roy Alvin Roberts McKinney were, visitors Hob Surreney to StatkeSaturday. and
;Mr II. Tomlins, of lake Duller, with excellent! syrup. -- .. ----- )
The Woman's Club will meet Wednesday I-
u .pending! the week at the home of -
Mesdames O. W. )) Dock
yal and the Iflth lust. at
h daughter, Mrs E. K. Poppell. \Voik Shoes; $2.50: a pair atSternberg's. Hilliurd were visitors to Gainesville i afternoon, .
3:30, lit the residence) of Mis.' A: 7i.
Friday.Dr. Adkinll, hostesses for the afternoon
V k' Salve at 2Cc for hhnvt time
: a
Russell, of BrooLor, was hero Adklns and Mrs W. E.Midilleton. :.
Sirs. A. Z.
0" N on In- HAROLD C. WALL
All members cordially
Sn after visit in
Saturday a delightful I !Mesdames Bessie and Lizzie Wynn ,vited.
St. Johns, Kansas, and other western
spent the week-end with relatives in .
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Mi N. D. Wainwright spent Mon- points. Sampson. STARKE FLORIDA
d 'IF Ja."ksonvillc; with her daughter, Gl'ntrCail of Starke here
) was \ _._ ,,
Mi I O 1 Clark. See farm insurance advertisementof Saturday.Ed ? FIRE LIFE, BONDS, MUTOMOE3ILE
Davis & Co. in another col. Bryan gives n few more cut prices:
J. R. ,
Ybor, of Georgia Is visiting nt
.II'' J. S. Dlitch end 1 wife, of the umn. It is fomethingr new for this the! home of his uncle, Jas. Reynolds SUGAR, 17 r-2c per,pouud, 1.00.
Given; Coffee, pounds" for $
it Flrm. were visitors to StarkeW suction and fills a long felt want. 1 r.;.. G. Derry and Dorothea, Hob Sur- Maxwell House Coffee, t5c. ,
'H'5day.U rencv, Aileen and Dolma Mrs Mar- .
Charmer Coffee, :SOc.A .
Mrs. Jos, F. Wilson has returned
zee Jones and Corn motored\ \ to Waldo 'I'i'i
J M Tatum and daughter, home from Gainesville, where she had Saturday afternoon J'buckle* Coffee, 37c. ,
't, i lie, spent Tuesday visiting been the of her sister, Mrs. S. Ladies and ]Men's Hosiery vt, a bar i'i
George Jutksnn Ill]
ajiil < Sl'lI'kman'at r
of, gain. Cash and Credit r
IM T. -Dnll. Cyril, were hero Friday on busi- Octagon Soap 8 bars for 20c. I Capital Bank I ,

1 \. ant to I 'get stuck go to Poo- We have two lot of Toilet Soap at ness Geo. ,Wynn ntid Mis Maude Tyler Snuff, all kinds !3< boxes for 25c. I 1 I i iI

I ,'i.You'll get studf on S for 215(', Amount (limited. This is of Jacksonville, were visitors here on Oats, f8.00. Corn, $S.86.: Velvet I I II

,'<. for Saturday only. Turner's' DrugStore Sunday. Bonn He sure Meal and, $2.85.lee my line of Ladies' I Roll' con lip .I mil up and maintained -nd\ ror use '

-' d11" spent several days- of .-'--- -. Ja.. A. Wlnfielcl.of the of Gainesville E. district Hosiery.' You will find a baYgaln. Ilvrry( fanner knows lliat wtuiiin| |]| | In (Ipn a lot' to :
C. I
)1'sJdr'l/t! ,
) / was .' l
i 111 l Arcadia and Tampa at-, Farmers, we are helping you to Vivo afternoon. W. :M. BRYAN I make woik cnsirr and nc(ompl"h!i more in a given time.' ;

'.. l i'<,,rat) bnfJllT RS. . bettor by selling you good. groceries, Grocery at Mrs James Reynolds, John P. and APl'RO4 IIING WKDOINGCatxla : i I 1 iclpful" batik service ulipuld 1 Kc mndr a pail rf your' farm : i iI '
reasonable People's
-- very prices CW! visited her daughter Mrs. Daisy f
I \ >;i rout Farm Apency'lIold Co.CeM. Gibson, of Sunday.TIMI I 'vquifnnr-nl. and used conilnntly.
I out announcing the approaching H g
4, '' lust 401 last month. A/---J.- are ;
. W .i . 11 year ariff.: I wedding of MiMI Bni'barn there is a (Financial tit Ie to forming,and the farmer needs '
yiurs. Consult Inman Suits : Monday;
I '94tf. had 'to reorder Wednesday.; Our Ellen Moore. daughter of Mr. and Mrs I _Lath! a cash capital and Lank credit,-Loth huh in weD with! I II ;
L, V. Moore to Mr. Ralph n. Aharcz.
prii-es right. Come in next .. Ier I tie, lliol- In (fuel the successful farmer inajwtys
.. are Women Cnn f-l>*i'" Until Clow The werldlnir will take place at thf I farming pay 1 1'I

S' I'nbtg's.rP, ;, Silk! How, :$1.23: nt, Hoek.-SternbcrR's.( : -- ,I of October 16th home of the bride's parents October ''I the, one with, some working capital l in the form of "

Rev. I... W Ku.klitei left Monday ] Ihe: time during-which Women can Y.-tth, lit.4:80 p. m.. -.---. i cash and beak credit at )}\it command l Here you cart t I
!,' I Ml, Williams, of Lakei for lloimton, Texas, to attend the (j register f->r voting ot the general elnrliun -- -- -- --- ---- build a cash capital. and cultivate Lank credit I
isitor to Starke Mont get....ral reunion of the Unit-,,! Confederate has been extended to and Inclucl .__.a.._'-,a ...a. ,."M..HM I ;

Veterans, going us a delegate lag S.-itinday, October 16th, or in nth Worry Tdic* Off I r ,

---- from J. J. Di'kison Camp. I er words, all of next week. The 'Jxtp- Flesh Fr ; Than I' v
"" I Johns is at home after aI stop haw been caused by er I ; .
\ i Ks' visit with relatives tN' Miss Doria Rigdon, Ml' srl. Rufus I Interest )in voting, shown an apparerIlively by th l Nature Can Pat ] I I Bank of Starve I !
HiD and Arthur Higdon.
( and Atlanta, Ga. and David lids, not evident at first. This i icheering i" It On
of. Starke, Dr. and Mrs. Stiellhoast : news and gives further all- I I I
1 i ill Riprdon spent part of and daughters Mime Lena and Maud surnnce of an overwhelming democratic -j .-.-....---,---- I '[ he Hunk of 1 Irlpful, Service
k ill Jacksonville, .visaingMI spent Sunday at Pablo Beach) victory In November I I I >
and Maud Shellhouse. Attorney General Swearlngrn give The lives of moat women are I f. s. MATH l I ii..WI':; ,..,. i.i.o; : c. WI liTE. r'sHIIIC' 'I
Mrs. L. A. Davis left !Monday for his full of worry. Men's troubles arc I a
as opinion that peons am not '
frch( groceries every week. I Houston, Texas, to attend the U. C. to give their exact age, simply required bad onnug'i' but WOUKH'M aroworse. i I I Ij

"'liu' '''TV CO. V. general reunion Mrs. Davis has stating that they are over 21 Worrjf Lea: vvoiiifii sick.
I year
the honor: of being appointed matron -- -- -. --- It pulp them down, tLud l in their
navis, Sl'. of Fernan- of honor' for the second/ division of ziri' weakened cotiditiou they are HIIJ-! -
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.Hiding the week with ner Florida. I ject to all the puiiiH aches, wvuknufiriHti - ;/ :ty: ; -
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Davis. ,
x'hc Ziff, Oct. < .-- This community will : that are tweuiiitr to the HCX.
We offer free service to persons Chocked and J.lcned Friday n'rr-.rnln Mont neglect their .\ I'I' ).
t \ lot; .*hickory who' have houses In'Starke to rent. women .
fit rflf''I npt when It wa< learned that the deatji health and for this iicKlei I they ( ,)/ I., )
J'ln.rham: only 2.'c a yard at Let us know what you have and we I nrgel: had vultr :J I the home of :Mr. awl I '
the If n.sher \
a welt 'n
Stt'rnberjt's. will try to get you a tenant. E. A. Mrs. W. R. pay pwnalty. I' ; .
Warren and taken shay, !
Strout Farm Agency, G. }M. Inman, : trt'lr bi'ldvnd ton, Hruer. T'i i j. young neifftilxira: site( find t In, <, Dr. 'x i

to ov?f fjndul at DOc for a short represenatlve. 9-2
/. The OW Cason Stand. --- had lived Ip thi: cornmi.rlty, a1! benefits a woman'sholo 8.'lItcUl.

: Mrs C. F. Sayle I left Saturday forJacksonville I UK life. !i.' WM kind and loving to All ilruKuiitUi. I'luid! or tablet I'oi' tn.CotHMUtlS J
1"1 I. and family have return- where she joined Dr all]) who knew him. lie leaves to mourn Ji
.1' i n I homo after trending sev- Sayles and went to New York to I II I i hip death, besides' ini. I rnrtbrokcn ) GA.-"lo--lor PH ic-oV i Small il/e Michelins are made of the

1 the at Kingsloy lake. spend several weeks Mrs. Sayles ha parents, two brother Mr. Front Favorite lreocription lid mo a r'. '-- same quality material, by the same
". I been visiting her parent :Mr. and Warren, of Tampa, and !Mi. HarveWnrr -. I world of / d. __'--:;A; cnrVful workmen, !in the name modern

R C. Hoiberger: and J. S. 'Mrs. C. L. Peck. n, of Krrirke. CIH I! ha'y! vas lard) 1 wtui HU'I' i nvwi fiiclory that have mode MIrhellnlimgrihaped .
presented Brooklyn in our I to rest in n!ilan .'cmoter'" Pi'iintlunu.rning ,h in". ard l Tuber and( other Mlrho- .'
:Monday.', Two of the greatest Hales in the '''t; fnneioi sen'WfI' beinr \-ukni' , arfd '' fir products fnmoUM.SMITH'S .
history of Starki begin Saturday, next 1
s rx it cnu-' d me
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:Mi J. T. Moore, rjf Lawtey, spent door to one and just across the street 1 S tats of Ohio Cltjr of Toledo, Lucas t totwekt.t trnflyno
Mo' lay with her cousin, Mrs. A. 'z from the other is the place to buy ev County-H*, 'voia t. M y
Adkln' line.J. I Frank J. Cheney mikes oath that he ts
erything in the drug senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney lia--k ached and
& Co. doing badness' in the City. of To 1 had severe '
.1' F Canova has received A. Morgan our new scavenR't'r.ill ledo County and Stab aromalri. and that tn 1
a new said' firm will par the aura of ONE HUN Aft patina my
moke tack for the boiler in the can- a hard worker and sees to it that DRED DOIJ HIS for any cue of Catarrh bide. 1 Waa Gear
nlag: < factory building.J the-work in,his charge Is not neglect/: that IIALX8 cannot CATARRH tie cured MKOIC1NR. (>y the uee of ) JOSH and could

I ed. The'' gutters and ditches are in i FRANK J. CHENFIT. not alter well r

W Andrews, Jr., of Whitehouse, better order than ever before and car my Sworn rrennce to before, this lIb.... and day of aubnTlhed December In, I was really in ni'l) of, help. M GARAGE
-- ry off the rain water as fast it it : A. D. 1555. decided to try the Favorite 1're- I
O peal) A. W. Ol*...on, Notary Public. and it Just excellentin Starke Fla.
* .T..te..... ehn Tack comet down. HALF'S CATAUHH MFDIC-INE I. taken Hcription was H ,
a itallty an* by and Internally and acts through the Blood restoring me to health. It nmoe
energy pnrlfyfatf "w I
"Wngt AH have been ;I on the Muroue Burfacea of the Byatem. me feel like a different pt>rllOn.-" _
| blood Y < *D .me fee!as rtrwau our goods) reduced I DrusKlpta. n-. Tratlrnonlala free.
1,* (.jorai'm i.' . in price. Sternbere's. F. J. Cheney A C'',., Toledo, Ohio. MRS. VIVIAN COINS, 841 Ybth St. i


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t 1 : Sugar ii I selling in Miami at 15 Governor Catts told ,> I

:, ; cents a pound with a downward ten- reporter he intended 4 ,', I
.. sonville his home when II
I dency.
f': in Tallahassee. lie will i I

t'I I I The: telephone wires of Fort Myers I I ily there and he will go I
will be taken down and the wires planed He did not tttate the '
; underground. t'>Mata he would open W 'j !
r : lured he intended to : -;

J I- Six thousand dollars worth of cane the pardoning board.If r rt E Er

syrup wag recently shipped to Chicago a 1 .1
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from Moore Haven, co-operation and l .
k ,. for anything, (' ''I !

A cargo of several thousand tons of. will make the strongest ,il
'r i j kainit arrived at Penstrola aboard tory for the smiles of
, j the American steamer Lake Farragut. ture producers and \ '
.' campaign to bring big 1 1Il' I III
M,: 1 The boat building firm of George T. continuous work is
ir Bacchus & Son of Fort Fierce have' by the special motion t

,11 r ? jl turned out In the past fifteen months j tee of the chamber of : i
I estimated value :
' thirty-nine bouts, the
I : of whljh aggregated over $35,000. I Withdrawal of five "I
. r ation of the Jack i iV"

; ; The lukdandR;; y Company has Corporation at!, ,M
} bought the Higginbotham cattle on efficient management, I
j \ range in the northern part of Polk and ed by the shipping
''f I have been In the (' .
cattle in Pasco and Sumter counties. ..
tween Jacksonville, Cuba ".
The deal involved the sum of $30,000. I
America. The service .

; Canning meat-by the steam pressure ued, it was said by the J
convenient allocation of the vessels k kt
+ cooker has proved so
t that those who tried it an an experiment concern in Jacksonville.One now "
last season 'at Kissimmee arcrepeating J.,
killed by I.t
I the process this year.
a score or less t
; dozen crafts sunk and
i.. Governor CatU was at DeFuniak a
: 1 few days since, chiefly attracted by damage estimated at trip ;
the oil seepage which has aroused HO ono to sea walls, piers
erty aggregated: the toll .
much attention here. The governor .
of the "oil" with St. Petersburg{ .section <
carried back samples -
I f him to Tallahassee for official anal- hurricane thai swept the "'I
leo and Tampa Day .
I r ) ing. much in this tire business for ;
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The well at Chipley Is drilling atover Charles Money, us. I!
, 3,000 feet It started with 22- woods near Honifny,
inch cuslngs! and only 8-Inch is now when struck \ :
killed by a III I
being used and the hole will be finished I cut down byhis brothers. ,

with that string.: Every preparation -I gaged In topping; the The less a man has to ',I
has been made for a well, tanks I two brothers would fell,

,I s I' having: been provided._ I that caused his death spend on motoring, the more I
r started to fall in the
\' Depositors of the Heard National tion from where the important it is that his tires
,. I Hank of Jacksonville; which failed
The \
1' "'1 I, / a four years ayo. are this week being was another working.and the fall should be of first qcality.; .1!.1i

paid the last of the 10 per cent installment I coming over in such a !i

; 1,11/1 f'' retirement on their of all claims depositors. completingthe claims i I was impossible to get Any tire is not good enough !, :

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at 100 cents on the dollar I for the small car He
t Electric wires blown owner. :'
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I The Seaboard Air Line railway'' ed storm the, 'death charging of: his Milton I wants!: & tire that will! give him !

bridge over the Ocklocknt'e river eight ; ,j ,
miles went of Tallahassee, waa burned 'I of St.his Petersburg wife who and tried the Just as much for Jiis money
Wednesday night: and trains between
I!I Mrs. Loughnot saw her in the small cize '
t Jacksonville and Pcnsacola r To % I
I i'when he touched the '
were held] at points, each side of the .1
bridge: until arrangements: could be his aid. She was : car man gets for LL.' ... ..oncy;
and but for '
body a
? i ii made for a detour. j have been electrocuted.way.'u in the 1 large size.IV ;
i A new enterprise for Madison county wrapped his coat about
and held] it out to her. I
Is that of a sweet potato curing
it while he dragged: : her : I
house to be opened' In the near future. !
Suitable buildings are in course of Evidence of In thinking over what kind: j
r construction and it is till Intention of an

i 1 '.' the owners of the plant to begin: buy S.future R. Denton of' Tampa, who as has a of tires we would represent f
fog potatoes from the farmers direct
about Oct. 15th.Jacksonville closing] of a deal with in this community we tried a
partmc-nt whereby the
ber Co. has purchased to put ourselves in the.
Is the greatest: naval boat destroyer
d stores market in the world, though: in sweeper, two barges: / > << place of the car owner. And
p many quarters it is still believed that yacht for a total I
this honor we believe hit it
is due Savannah. The two The deal has been we exactly
Florida ports, Jacksonville and Pensa.
vessels and they will be
cola, have handled during the last four Tampa at the earliest ]\ when we selected U. S.

years approximately double the quantity ment. Tires. ;
f of naval stores shipped through

I and handled in Savannah. With the sentence-of t::'

I Tires-

WHAT 6] lou failure lose II I

must be added to baking
t coits-it has to be paid for.

k w Cdumet Baking Powder Starke, Service

will save you all of that. Because i
when you use it-there are Proprietor .
no failures-no losses. Every baking -
'i it sweet and palltnJhand! 'j
stays moist! tender and delicious to
P the last tatty bite.

:; That's big
1-1 a saving-but .
i that isn't all. You save when to cross. Roy try, another with feed and pasture.and !
,1 r you buy Calumet and you save : : and thousands of the other answers 23 question'susually
, ''i when you use it.mum. citrus fruit brown asked by poultrymcn A 111|
.' heavy loss to the or all of these can be had by writinflto
. the Agricultural Extcnsi i Oirl
'. t \ i + ion, Gainesville, Florida.

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;;;;::; poultry prob 1 You Do More Work,

.' the next' twelve. You are; more ambitious and you get W
CALUMET : enjoyment when r*
W. Sanborn out of everything
.; ; the blood is in good condition. Impurmet' i
I : University of the blood have a very depressing effect!! s
I : , POWDER I; this question an- the system causing weakness lazin
: of enough nervousness and sickness.
.2r;:... BEST BY TEST"It : : : to meet the OI OVE'S TASTELESS Chill TM

'..--,':. twelve months. restores Energy and Vitality by Purifr* ,'.

q I_ "; Q \... :l@ "'h:,; ..., :; .., ;; \ : I .' and town lot and its strengthening Enriching the, invigorating Blood. When cffl'Cl yoU,,$ a
r N'_> _' 'i"_( "" ".. more eggs: and brit
bow an
it cheeks
before. brings color to the
J reasonable in cost l-l; II : because This of has improves the appetite you Will tlJ d
the '
appreciate its true tonic value
,4 I po scsscs more than the or. and pork products.
I 1 "
dlnoryleavt""InglltT't'ngth. You pay .. : of chickens is Is not a patent medicine. It i I. ,
1 less and use lens. You get; the! most Su..lun tables of poultry IRON and QUININE suspendfd In SYt ISo
t. in purity, d pcnd-biHty: : and whulenoiucness. ( : for meeting the pleasant even children like it. I t
li; cup : tourists and other blood needs Quinine to Purify and B"* 1:
In every \v:wit is the nest! 11 jc. ; ,: : : : average of 40 to Enrich it. These reliable toni f,.,
't wnjrtTl'Trpdow.ibrklntf:costa That lati-d ': is Inadequate. cities never fall to drive out impunu
Is v hhas nnitV it the world's big- c\.,5 ." ? the blood.
fre-Mki..iv.bakf:; : : ypiw -' h-' '<\.'-\ extension
it the (''vo ito ct' tn'ii.! ' S. !house r' Uaspc' ': \ division TASTELESS Chill TONIC has metethe
Good xvholcpome!' b. ,' i. -s can hatF.'in's : PowJcr, : : farm in the state More than thirty-five year eo"t; t
spoon : hens. Encour- would ride a long distance to (get f
made .
!! onjjj t ; T gooj' !ij? i no yolks ot6rr w.iv, w U" ,i,'1111 hno.l'b.iking Then has already poultry Is. member of their family bad M ant y

,. gowtlrr !.ncfr'1; *< plum !.:_ ,:c nwt regular helpful bulletins this needed a body-buiMing. ewer :1-gi 's
Belt-rising, li >nr,) to settle a verbal feud between camp..I Atlantic Coast Line bridge over Ca- subject. One has to do with tonic Q The formula Is Just the lams 'tl
era at the municipal camp loosahatchie here In danger and trains methods of increasing profitable general day. and you can get It from D'tore. _
poul. 60c per bottle.

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.ale Price ----- Were SUPPLY AT A GENUINE SAVINGS i (' Hale Price! ('
1 10.00 & 12.00' ,BETTER COME EARLY _
3.50sale Overalls 3.15 I I .00] Ties 75
Price SALE PRICE 15 per Hall'I'.ke ('
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$ -00 Shoes counter cent
h3.00Sale Pants 9.00 & 10.80 : Tic4
Price .___.2.50 1.50 Hal I'iee 1.05
/ Odd LotCounter ..
3 50 Pants 3 00/OTHER HATS JUST RECEIV- $ .00 Shoes 2 00 ties 1 145
Sale Price .____ I EI I MLN\ 'S TROUSERS Saic Price

3.75 Sale ,'.;r..3.2510:: pert'off$3.00 Shoe Counter 15.00 Sale''a'Ue'Price 13.85 2.50 Hal Tlea'Price 1.45 r

51 ._,.... .. WOMEN'S LOW CUTS 14.Aft Value 12.85 le
4.50 Sale I ices 3.7 -:- I Sale Price 3 00 Sale f.ire 2.15
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Brown Kid Trench Heel Turn Ox
.UU Sale Pr ce-----3.1512.50' Sale Pike __u________________ 8.15 13 50 Value 1215 iROVS' a
I. ... Sale I PiiceValue
COTTON PANTS White Kid Trench Heel Turn, Ox Sox +
Pants 3 00 Caps 2 35 12.50 Sale (Piice 8.a.0 1.25 1 Sale l'rice 95
2.00 Sale Price 165 1 Sale Price.'Caps j --- : ------,-- ----------- 12 50 1115.
?--- Brown Calf Brogue Ox Sale PiiceValue
Pants 1100 1 1 Sale 1 Price 7.75 1.00 Sox 75
2 50 ____2.05 11 Sale I 1'rire i
1.85,2.50 Sale Price ,
Sale Price ---- Brown Kid Walking Ox 11 00 9,85 :
10.00 Sale I Price I 7.25 Sale I Price Sox
Caps -------------------- (
3.50. Pants 2.85,2.00 Sale Price----- 1.65 Black Kid Jal-v! Trench Heel[ Ox Value 175 Sale Price 55 C
_ Sale' Price 1 ft AA
----- : 7 65 10.00 8 851
I _ _ _ _ _ _ I Sale Price -------------------- Sale PikeDKESS Sox
I JACK KAOHIT WORK SHIRTS I Hlatk Kid French Heel, Ox 35 Hale Price 25 C "
WINTER UNDERWEAR WORTH $1.75 &.$2.00, NOW 9r/\ Sale I Price 6.25 SHIItTS ,
Union --------------------

_ 2.50 Sale Price Suits----- 1.85 1.25 1 : J.00 Black Sale I Kid Price Military Heel__I.,_Ox' ________ percent I 20(' Sale Sox l'rke 1OC ;

1.25 Sale Shirts Price ___ 1.00 9f\f\! Black Kid Military Heel, l'um p 5.7515 0 ff I owe l\mN'S HtIITS
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Drawers REDUCTIONS-CAN'T: MEN- piltent; french lied 1 Turn, Pump _.
1 1.Z5 Sale Price. ---.- 1.00 TION HALF' .ft.UO Sale, Price 5.75 Per
--------- ---------- LOT 011IONIU.Y\ SKINDrawers 15 ff

1 1.00 .75 NOTHING WILL HE"CHARG- 9 00 Patent Hal I>>" Drench__ Heel.,, Pump_____ 5 75 SHOES 1 95 cent 0
Sale Price_____ I ED AT SALE PRICES. Sale Price ---- Sale Price .. __ ._ .

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Nothing reserv d. We must raise immediate -

. cah. Not an ordinary Sale. Ten Days .

I only, beginning Saturday, October 9th. !l

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