Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 15, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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ESGI\EU): TATUM'ICTIlI orFATALACCIDENT NEW TOWN OFFICERS TOOK SATURDAY'S. TltADE 1I13AVILower '%()MANS CI.UB MKiril.MJ' ;
WEDNESDAYMrutk I CHARGE TUESDAY, NIGHT

'Prict'N and I'ull Purne Kept Wednesday afternoon at 3JO.: (> Mm.
Wood Rack While Loaning j Cow Ordinance Passed and Is New 1 WHY WOMEN Good filming: A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. W. R. Midtllelcin .

From Engine Looking Backward Teethe( : entertained the Woman's ('I.."
.- SHOULD VOTE Saturday was one of those perfect ut the home of the former oil North
At noon Wednesday Starke people r' The city council met in regular session duys; only to be found in Florida. The Walnut Mrcct.
ntre shocked on account of the Had October 5th. Present D. C. air was BO clear till the nun shone with I The rooms of this 'pretty home were
news that J. M. Tatum a very popular I Jones chairman; S. A. Bran, J. )F. I extreme brilliancy and II cool wind IItll'l1 I <'1i\'('])' decorated with vases und
citizen, had been killed whie driving Colley, J. W. White. \ (Col. J. E. Futch delivered this address politics and the election of corrupt of- brazed everybody l uri almost to intoxication. bowl of cut nOW rH, and a large
the engine of the Warniee branch I|I Minutes of last meetings read und I I at the Christian Citizenship ficials. In the future this will be Everyone felt good. hud mon ben of club ",',,I'k's. enjoyed tim nurn-af
train, a short while before. The particulars -, approved. I' meeting Monday afternoon of last changed, for now that woman has the ey and was liberal.It ternoon three new members being' ad. f
of the accident were vague Ordinance No. 106 referred back to week at the Methodist church. His ballot whether she desired it or not, having been foiecaitted! that war dod to the loll namely, Mrs. It.l' M.
and could only be fully learned on the street committee. audience appreciated his forceful way she must bear the responsibility prices would Bonn tumble, buying had RuKBell, Mrs. (>. M. Iniiian and Mrs.
arrival of the train in Starke. Application of L. J. j lof handling this vital question and equally with man for the kind of government of late been restricted! to necessaries IL.: J Biggs.Th .
About 4 p. m. the train reached on taxes Wynn for for reimbursement -'' address is published by request). we have and the type of of- only. But following the announcement (. vice-president, Mrs. Adk iris
1919 laid ,
Staike A stop was made at Madison I fice holders we elect. This is a case of two great aisles to be inaugurated presided the
over to the next regular meeting. I On an occasion like this one might over meeting and Miss
where large crowd of anxious 'where a privilege becomes here 8atul'dll'ht'I'e
street a a duty i-v \ prices Aineliu
Petitions of Roscoe McLanc and J. : be excused should he yield to the Hny acted! us secretary J iiioteuir
and sympathizing) people had collected en where the privilege was not sought would be plashed to almost pre-war and the club
I W .White to have their names placedon '' temptation to scatter bouquets all over transacted considerable -
and the remains of the popular engineer and came despite opposition sizes, prospective! )' 'rs came here business
the ballots of the special electionto his audience and to recount manyof among which was
who had left Starke only a be held Oct. 20th, was granted. I the great deeds of noble women in Heretofore the men have been primarily from near and far, glut! to at last t the election of delegates! to the state .;
hours before In his full strength, be able to what had .
few been
responsible for the procure they .IWt'lItion in
Report of superintendent of light all countries as recorded in history; governmentand Tallahassee next 11\(1 11 t h.
and waving his hand at ; in need of.
smiling and water plant referred to Mr. Bryan | to remind the women of the many vir. the women have not had any rightor The delegates chosen were: Mm. I). .
friends, were removed from the train The tax assessor's books for 1920 I' tues they possess, and to enumeratesome opportunity to take an active part, The Hales fnunagcrs! kept their word J.:. Knight, Mrs. 1C. S. Matthews, Mus
into the undertaking rooms of De- Their influence has been felt for they as to cut in prices niul tho of Ameliii nl1111.1
were presented and accepted. of the points where they are spirit MI's. Koscoo J B. Me- l
Witt C Jones. Later the details of Scrip was ordered drawn for four- I supposed to excel the men. However, have counseled wisely and have exerted Iibeiality that poHHCftxcd till, made the Lnnp. Visiting school) committee appointed !I
the fatal accident were made known. fifths of commission for same. I have thought it i best to try to present a powerful influence upon men in buying unprecedented. Griffin & Johns 1 as follows: lid rs. Roscoe I n. I
Engineer Tatum was known as an The tax collector's final report for for your consideration a few many notable conflicts. In the past had no less than fourteen Bales people McLnnc, Mrs. W. (. Powell and Miss \
extremely careful man, and it seems her influence was exerted Indirectly busy to wait on and Olive( Ha '. Mrs. ::;,.
1919 was received and filed. I 1 plain facts of another sort instead of ('U..tOIl1I.'I'S. ) A. II. Freeman laid '
that this trait urged him to his death. Resolutions were passed requiring I! showering you wIth verbal flowers. only but now she is given the right to a run was made on Alv ic.r. & Gra before, the club Urn plans for lectures ,

Fireman Charley Strickland, busy the removal of old barn on property I i All of us have been taught and most use her power directly as well. Men ham's clothing) stoic, The two stores on Americanization, and it was uniini.inoiisty .
with his own work, noticed that Mr. of C. R. Jones, the old building on of us verily believe that we have the have not been uniformly successful In mentioned hud special Bales, but I''I'YIItore voted that the club have these ,; Wi.
Tatum had crossed over to the left n.*nnrv Af V C llh..ft...,. 1.__..._ -- "'.'(..+.... pOlin"' anA fI'6 ..'.I- n conducting the affairs of this great in town enjoyed a good trade K-cturt'B during the. coming winter
side of the engine and, holding on to j 1'.C", Witkovski building and", miuwn the lean-Haj I gicssive; -; and"enlightened t governmentin : nation and many times the women und the merchants were elated over months.On .;".
tho handholds of the ,'
gangway was I to on the back of the old Tison livery the world. For more than a hun- have justly criticised them adversely the day's business. account of the rosiirnat.inn; ?,_ of,,. ,
looking backward. This was nothingout stable. I dred years it has been growing so for their failures. There are many Those who did not tad Satunluy, :Mm.\ N. I 1). Wainwiight! aS I president; Mf BJi
of the way as engineers frequently The bond trustees report for Sept. rapidly in population and resources causes for such failures und one of should] not refrain from coming from the executive bonul 1Iolnt1If1'S.! )H, *
look backward to see if any cars was ordered filed. I I than the older nations have looked on the most potent is that the conflict!. fear that the cream of tile bargainshas Hnrkley Johns as president of the p
have parted from the train. At that The collector's for {I with 'a sort of wondrous surprise. between good and evil goes on in politics been skimmed. The merchants club.At
particular had locality a view could probably her showing collections report of fines Septem 130. I What was frankly an experiment is as it does in everything else in the have supplied thonim-lvcH' with plenty the close of the business session
be better ,
from the left side being taken world. of goods to rcplcnixli whut has been tint hUMtesst'K.II'S.!
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from the 50; licenses, $205.25$ ; taxes, $1,080.61 as the model representa- !Middlctnn i and
than right. Had
he looked ;
total. $1422.36 was ordered filed. I I tive government in many other lands. Since It appears that the better sold and more is coining i As our :Mrs. Adkins served delicious 'I'uit"um.1t ,
forward the
accident is I ;
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have not likely to Treasurer's report for Septemberwas I Until recently we have had what is class of men have had a )hard time dealers linvr bought: sparingly of lute, and cake, and, were assisted in ,1 *
happened. The locality was a ordered filed. termed "universal manhood suffrage" holding their own against those who in expectation of II price tumble, all servint by Mrs. W. A. Barrett. Mr.
little east of Bell station, the train The old council adjourned sine die. which means that all adult male cItizens seek to tear down and destroy good the goods they offer for sale is new. K.: L. Bigg and Mr*. Rosi'oe I U.) Me- 1 JQi

about going fifteen westward miles! at an a rate hour.A of. speed of I The new council was called to order 'I have equal right to vote, and government, what chance will the for- The fall in retail priors in Sliuke has Flue, IK* ;
few by Clerk C. A. Futch. that one man's vote counts just as ces of civic righteousness have in the been BO severe that we cannot soon expect -- ----
moments later Mr. ,
land saw to his horror that his Stnick-chief New officers! were sworn in as follows much as any other man's vote. To us future battles when tho opposition is to see them lowered still more. CAR THIEVED; ; AT WORK ,||i
had vanished. : that has seemed so natural that we reinforced by the ignorant and vicious and therefore no one should, lcfer any About midnight lust Saturday lIomoon
He looked back and
found that they had just L. A. Davis, Jr., mayor. I rarely remember that in other countries women voters if the educated and m. longer to buy what ho uieede. ,. stol,I,> a Ford touring cur from
wood rack standing very close passed to the a J. F. Colley and D. C. Jones. Alder. .:, it is quite different. The laws lined' women sulk in their tents or for; -- V the guiHge: of A. I). Andrews, of Hal- |>'J|
south side of the track. The engineermust oi some countries provide that certainclasses any reason ,whatever refund to vote ? COUNTY FAIR PREMIUM' I ford, which win later found on the j
have collided with the structure men.A.. S. Crews treasurer.C. only may vote or that the Surely no good woman will withholdher LIST ANVOUM'KII) Stuike and Sandi'i'Hon. load, headed! '
and was either badly hurt or killed.Mr. A. Futch, clerk. votes of different citizens have differ- support when she is BO much need" towards! Starko with one end, in a deep
Strickland stopped the train as Silas Kite marshal and collector j' cut values as where wealth or rank ed.( As a rule women love the right The premium I list of I tin1 Bradford ditch I and I the other on u bridge. I It
Boon as possible then backed it to C, A. Knight tax assessor, j determines the value of the ballot so 1 and want to Bee it prevail, and they County r'uir appear :In the Tele-j Is presumed the parties who stole the .'
where his chief the The new council organized by elect j I that the vote of one who pays taxes are noted for the spirit of self-sneri- graph today and contain many attractive ear after running it into the ditch ,
The inmates of the lay train on swarmed ground.out log n. C. Jones chairman. I I on $100,000 worth of property may fie('. In this cane many aood/< woman premiums'for the citizens of I I IBiudford uiul. front. . other..." .-.l.riu--...., ..-..........I. .,.'n'.....,.T.. "-*1- .!;!
to learn what had happened, and it I A. S. Crews, was re-elected town I be equal to the votes of a hundred\ will sacrifice her opinion and bow before county, who, fuel, sufficient fort to get it out, but in vain, might
was found that the left side of the I attorney. [ men paying taxes on $1,000 each; or the Jaw that has made it her duty interest to compete for t them. have crept off to thi'lr home'* through
forehead and chin had been crushed in W. E. Middle-ton was elected health j where the voting power of a duke is to register and vote The fair will be held this year from the early morning or went on their ,
causing instant death, while the lower officer. j counted the equal of many ordinary The world war has changed the cur. November 2nd to November 1lhl! both journey afoot. The cur was pushed
portion of the face was partly J. A. Morgan was elected scavenger. j I citizens. ]I,I'I rent of history and every nation has lutes inclusive! making/: five-day\ run, out of the garage and down the lima
crushed. Applications of A. L. Alvarez anti ; Lfl August 26, 1920, the Societal1/ been influenced by that awful conflict and the management promises to u ,distance before they cranked" It up. I
The body was put on the h'ain. and J, Z. Anders for night marshal were issued the official proclamation that Though far away from the battle make the event one of the'N'y best J There were two of the men', mo" :;.
ai soon as Bell station was reached a laid over to the next regular meeting. made the Nineteenth Amendment aitart tlc'nPII,1I8 individuals, we have felt its in the history of the IIsflm'I tlon. wearing' a No. 7 pointed toe shoo, the "' ,
physician was summoned, who declared Election of bond trustees and fire of the constitution of the United blighting! power, even those who sincerely Persons who wish to compete for oilier wearing A No. I II) medium IIhl(!. ', '
that the severe blow had caused instant chief also laid over to the next regu States, and changed our old "universal itnd conscientiously opposed the premiums .should},) read( the list Mr., II. J. Rosier was the first to f\\nd. "
death. All he could do was to lar meetIng.: |I i i manhood suffrage" to "universal Buf- the entry of our country into that war i carefully and begin at once to arrange I the cur und set. up the alarm during ': '
hide the ghastly injuries with band Ordinance No. 107 was presented by rage," for the purpose and effect of which threatened the very existence. their I'xhibits. an there Is now only Sunday. .
ages. Mr. Strickland took charge of Alderman Bryan entitled, An ordinance the amendment was to abolish the dis of free government! everywhere. It about two weeks before the opening -. '" .5 ,.
the throttle another fireman was in relation to declaring the tinction of sex in relation to suffrage. would require a prophet indeed to day (of the fair :SCHOOL; HOARD MINUTES: .
picked up and the train proceeded to roaming at large on the streets of the The men in this country have been foretell the course our country oughtto -- -- ._-. I
Wannee its terminus, the nearest town of Starke of cattle a nuisance, accused by many foreign writers of pursue In its foreign policy in the (U. I II. C. MET WITH MltH. EPPERSON Board met in regular session with
point provided with a "Y" for turning prohibiting the same, and providing spoiling their women by setting them'on coming generation. It will require the all members present.to-wlti: C'liairfnun
then returned to Starke. for the abatement thereof. a pedestal, showing them undue' b(* The time for the funeral has not Upon its last reading and roll call, consideration! and exempting them I of all the good citizens of the On the first Wednesday in October Ia7.cn.! 1\t

.been. set. at.this writing, as it cannot the following vote was cast: I from." the cares and worry of earning aliving. I I United States to enable our ship of the local U. D.I C. chanter met at the Minutes 1 of lust meeting read and 1
ne decided- before the arrival of Mr. Ayes, Bryan, Colley Jones, White Indeed woman has come a state to run a safe course over the unchartered home of M i's. W. J, Epperson. The I approved! as read.
Rufus Tatum one of the sons of the: Nays, none. long way. It has been but a few hun- seas of international poli- vice president! rs. Othma I.. Huyncs, Tho commission of Mr. llazeri was .1J
! deceased, from: Washington but will Absent Griffin. ( dred years since she was virtually a tics. The recent cataclysm has presided over the meeting, and ten then presented and found to he regu '
probably be held today or tomorrow. The council adjourned to October slave of man. Only a few decades ago changed the very formation of those members answered to roll call. At, lar and upon motion same was accepted .'
All Starke mourns with the bereaved 27th to canvass the returns of special I, it was believed that a husband had a seas and has thrown up so many new the conclusion of the business session, \
family! and extend to them their sym election to be held Oct. 26th. 1'l'fE'ct right to rule his household by obstruction! to navigat that the Mrs. Epperson assisted by her, I L, C. Powell, a committee appointed, \ f'
pathy. I i force and, to whip his wife if he most skillful captains and pilots must daughter, Iris, served hot chocolate to Irivt'st.lgatcthe pension claim! of J
- --.-- SHOWER GIVEN BY LADIES AID thought she deserved such punishmentor kern anew the art of sailing upon and wafers. Mrs. McMillan, reported( with u recommendation I
THE HUNTING SEASON correction. These old ideas and those treacherous waters. The chapter will meet with Mrs. W., of $5 per month he al 1loweti. 1- I j
-- The home of !Mrs. Arthur Dowlingwas customs are mentioned simply to show At such an auspicious hour you J.. Wall for the November meeting :Same; wag accepted! by the I
the scene of beautiful more clearly marvelous women have been ..- _. board.
The Florida hunting a shower changes in the drafted into the service -- -- --
season begins Tuesday afternoon in to status of the female of the of in Moved that the
next month November 20th being the compliment species. your country this time of BAPTIST ricgio school houso
;first day upon which sportmen I' !Miss Nina Prevatt soon to be a bride I Equal suffrage/ came to our women [peril to all the nations. I feel sure be allowed a new door also) that a
shoot quail!I. squirrels, wild turkeys may given by the Ladies' Aid Society of after many years of agitation, strife that very few of you will attempt to All night services of the church sire teacher be allowed for the overflow
cloves the Methodist church of which and bitter contention. That doctrine evade that draft. All of work in said 'hnol.
geese, brant, rails coots sand organization us remember opened at 7:30: until further notice, <
nipers, deer, snipe ducks, and plover Miss Prevatt has been secre;' met strong and determined opposition how we felt toward "draft dodg This means that II. Y. I' U., junior The secretary was Instructed to get
The huntsmen may go in the wood tary-treasurer for a number of years. at some time, in nearly every section ers." In fact I believe\ that all we and senior, convenes ut 6:30: ) on Sunday prices on stoves and piping in quantities
;>n" get limited numbers of this The shower was from four to six of the nation; and yet as the years have to do to get the women to register evenings. and if price; WUH found correct
''wtwecn November 20th until March game and the two hours were delightfully went by the individual states began/ to and vote IH to show them that it in Sunday school 10 a. m. In buy what lie thinks will be needed
"t. Licenses are required for all hun. spent. "A Floral Love Story" contest 'I I adopt it, and finally the amendment a duty they owe their country. Then Morning worship, 11 a. m. in the county during the winter.
en,. and the county courthouse Is the was enjoyed and created much ,;I to the Federal Constitution made it there will be comparatively few who Wednesday night service, 7:30: p. m., Moved and, curried that the spot'Uil
>''ac, to, apply, when the time merriment. Mrs. O. R. Rosonbush I universal. will fail to answer the call to work I At the association held with Rev tux money paid In number nine by
it r '> fairly well known to everybody comes and Mrs. C. F. Dowling tied for first While: woman suffrage met opposition and vote for better government.A '! I., W. Kickliter's church some important patrons' who are sending to Brookerschool
hat the limit of game is such as to honors and on drawing lots, Mrs. Ros'iibush -': in other sections it was in the few days ago Judge John W. denominational l,u itietm came up and' yet live in nine, that the
'"Tom the extinction of doer and was the fortunate one. Mrs. I, South where that issue met the Dodge, of Jacksonville in a speech on for consideration. Among Urn speakers said amount of money tie transferred ""
'""TO", if the law is obeyed. There are G. E. Wiggins! was awarded the consolation strongest' bitterest and most deter- this subject saul! : "The old white' of Interest were R"VB. Johns, Hoy to Brooker special tax district,

'''u to be many law breakers in Flor. "'L. ..prize.. n '" 1 1i _mined.. _- --opposition. It was not only a !man's! Democratic. party in the South i I er, Barnes, Law and Kickliter and The "|Uestion of employing N. A. ,':
ill Vdo not abide by the regula- ne .,,tuwer or gifts came In a little menace 10 us on account of the negro nets fought your buttled for almost Laymen Undl.rhill.Vih.on, Strong, Biiintley a lawyer was then taken
,oilS and in some counties protective wagon drawn by little Julia Smith I problem but it Uneaten the sphere / fifty years. The happy homes and Norman, Kickliter, Powell and Moore up ntid Mr. Padgett took the chair. L. ,!I
"'tramzations have been! formed. The and Billie Robertson both dressed in I'' assigned to women by our education, j firesid's of many people depend as The union will be Field nt China! C. Powrll moved that the Imurd put :j.\\
'I" 'ays, that an individual hunter pure white, while !Mrs. S. A. Scruggs training and chivalric ideas. It is ut much upon the government which exIsts Grove church Oct. 29.81.Ii1.ANCIIAICII! : up twenty-five dollars for a !preliminary ,
can
!:Jkf' only one deer. two twen- rendered the wedding march on the terly inconsistent with the traditionsof and in administered, as it does II). LAW, "ellrlrl, t,. Upon roll i cull I I und finulpassage I
turkeys
Y quail or tW(>nt '-five other birds in piano. the South and especially of the Old upon, the Individual efforts of the -- .- ----. ----.- the. vote was as follows:' Yeas
fie day also that the killing for the During the afternoon refreshmentsof South. So the amendment was actually members of those homos and firesirleM. IN MKMOKIAMMr : L. .C. Powell and A. A. Hur.cn; nay, I
, ason must not exceed three deer, ten ire cream and cake were served. rejected by the legislatures of Ala It is true that the Influence of one 1 III P. M. Pfidgett! so the motion was car "
."keys and three hundred other birds. Those present were Mesdames B. bama Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, more directly felt than the other, but N S. i'ai'nlshhs'lovod. wife of ried.The I
'""asaiitd and grouse being Booth M. W. GrifTls, R. L. Dowling, North Carolina South Carolina and the Indirect influence of good government Mr. N. S. Parrish, was born March 9, M'rretary was ordered to him n '
'''al'' in Florida, the open season very in C. F. )Howling, E. B. Lawless Arthur Virginia, all of them Southern States. is equally) a* potent." JH97 and died October 3, 1920. Besides truck and pick up the scattered pnrt ')
'nh,'. ."no month from November 20th Dowling, Grover Jackson, O. R Ros- It was not rejected by Florida because So' far as this franchise is concerned her husband she leoven to mourn of school desks ov'r the county und 1
"wmber enbu h. A. B. Geiger J. S. Smith L. the legislature has not "been in the men and her loss have them Ii
>oth.-Times-Union. BOB- women are now equal.) two little buys mid two girls' assembled fur use in the It
-j'---..--. --..-- E. MOOn )F Ion Robertson, N. M. Coffey sion since the amendment wan No one can vote In this state unless he father steel mother Mr. and Mrs. R. E. schools.
liESOLl'TlOXs OF SYMPATHY ; L. E. Curlee L. C. Fisher, I. C. ted to the states by congress. aUbmit'j reginter, at such time and 1 place and Punish; four brothers ::11"111'11.V.. Tim election returns: were canvn.iied !-
Butler A. II. Bell G. E. Wiggini. S. I believo if.. um.. _Pi-._>.;,i.l ".. (' take the oath from Ilrooker I'I
----- w" ' ''''''-' prescribed by the stat H.. J fl:., J. H. and IWvrt Punish with the following
w \I i-h to extend our heartfelt [ A. Scruggs, J. L Chalker, Misses Gertrude who said "It is not a theory, but a utes. Women are not required to pay and three sisters, Mrs. l"ssie Goodgc, results: : '
',",: th\} to Gertrude, Robert and! Coffee, Ethel Brooker, Winifred condition that confronts us." So now poll tax IIR a part of their qualification Mm Era Renfroe, und !Miss Gertrude: Trustees, L A. Brown, G. It. CoUon,
I I",'"""ish for the loss of their dear Hendrirtc Ethel Geiger' and Mary Lip- we must realize that this f is no longera because they were not subject to'' Parrlsh. A large number. of other, mul J. C. Cone; three mills assessed. '
(' 'p' who departed from this earth ford.! -Green Cove Times. debatable question. One of the fun I' such tax last year., But hereafter' relatives also mourn her departure Upon motion the snlnry of tho prin t I
V 11 ''-.sod! into the great beyond on .- damental principles of our government they will be required to pay poll taxes I The deceased I was a loving: wife and! rlud, at Lawtey was raised $25 per :
Jr '. .Oct. 3, 1920, after a short The platform opposite the depot used is that the majority rules. There until they reach the age of fifty- : devoted 1 mother. She was/ not a member month.
I -. May God bless them in their by Powell & Powell for rosin barrels fore, universal suffrage applies to five yearn The registration books are I of any church, but a believer of The secretary Wale instructed to oc- '
nLj' -r deep sorrow, and in the day has at last collapsed under the those who opposed it just as it dues to I now open and I am Informed by the the teachings of the Primitive Buptmts. ('('pt $IIIJIJf"I' the old schoolhouse: '
?,1' '1i,< burden of a couple of hundred of barrels those who most ardently advocatedand supervisor of and the .I
irment may they all meet in registration of this She was< so loving arid kind to- two lots occupied by same. ': ,
j" heavenly!> home where partings each weighing from 500/) to BOO supported it. county that they will be closed, Saturday everyone and bore her troubles" HO patiently The ijijfstmri of< unince was next. i
1 I I '"'''rri>w* come no more. pounds. All good citizens are interested in October Hah So there in very till she made friends of every rlisciisHcil( and it was finally\ agreed! toglv. .."

J WT"d I ) Brooks| School Pupils and Mrs.: W. Lindsey, died at 11:25; a. good government. Women are citizens little time for organized work to persuade acquaintance.How ,. the new firm of Inmun & Brown !' I'i
Oct. 11, 1920. Child had been ill m., and always have been interested in our women to register. Registration we shall miss her whom we $7,000 of the present rinks due and ;
---.--- Aug. 22nd. Cause of since good government: but as they have is specially important becauseit loved so dearly! But God loved her divide the balance equally !between tho 1
DEATH OF CHILD Burial Melrose death. colt-tun. rot had the ballot in the past they in not at all probable that the books bent and took her to Ills Mansion in other two competitors, Mr. DavIs suit .
wa at Oct.
m., S II. Dodd 12, at S p. may not' have studied the problem UK will again be opened until 1922 and In the skies, where we will meet her !Mr. Wall, amounting to $2,8flS! each. '
*. '"rge Franklin Lindsey three C. M.\ officiating. Pallbearer much as thi-;, ought and necessarily the meantime, there may be many again. There, being no furthei business the ,
were Humphrey. L.
W. .
I OiL ix: months old, son of Mr. and lor Mr. Padgett, J. S, Griner Sr.Bay. they did not feel that they were directly I Written by her heartbroken sister, board adjourned to meet first Monday
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ture Stands over the S'houL I IIIWOIi Elt I I

I Scripture lesson, Ecc. 12-MisHar- When You : iFi;
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Oct. 15J.
1 neon. I Brooker a Good ;
Prajcr. i was In town Thursday I i : !

Talk Train up a Child in th Way Jake Roberts, of buy tN
I County News Items: he Shall GuIillsIae: !McKini.ey. town during the week HAVE THEMWe

iii I I Reading-:Mis. Dell I Mrs. G. B. Colson and
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in Starke !
I - Quotations by boys and girls were Friday

1 let rnting Fact Gathered; During: the Vtek br Our Talk by Mrs Stanton, Buildii g To- Lottie Gainey was on
morrow's Citizens part. of last week.B. 1 Handle
Regular Correspondent*.
jt S. S Proctor spent Monday in, Jacksonville I F. Hazcri was in !

\Mrs. Shriver and son ,
i li ___ I f
' a '""- .r.--- -- in spent Friday in
-Amw A. C. Strickland spent Monday !
.;pi., 1'1' F WL1 an, and will conduct the business In Jacksonville. i Dr. A. E. Russell was The

I|, the name stand. We give these new { T. 11. Rimes, of Miller, made a business I River section Friday

Pine Hill Oct. 15.-:Mm. J. E. Cle- residents a welcome to our town and i trip here :Monday | Mrs.' II. S. Warren I
moni ia visiting her daughter, Mrs. wish them success. I J. D.) Rimes, of Miller, was transacting ville Wednesday '

J. K. QuareU, of Miami, this week. I Mrs. I. H. Hunter, who has been business in town Tuesday.! I!I Dr. Tribble, of I- DependableHardware

1 Ming KOK Surrency spent the week visiting relatives in Gainesville, returned Mrs. A. Biclling, of Providence O. was town Friday on

r ; r end with her cousin, Inez Abernathy, home Monday. the guest Monday and'Tuesday of her j; Mesdames M. P. !!
F of Brooker. ]Dr. I. If. Hunter was attending to sister, Mrs. A. C. Strickland. I I Baxter spent Wednesday

S W. F. Cone, of Willvford, spent professional business in Theressa on Rev. G. W. S. Ware, of Worthington Michael Andreu, of

the weck-end with bin mother. Monday.Mrs. i was greeting friends in Lake Butler was in town Thursday .
Ceihun and Luther Jlarrtl! were ,W* E Middleton and daughter Saturday afternoon. Chesley Fogg, of d of ::--,

visitors to Brooker Sunday afternoon Miss Hazel, of Starke, were visiting Dr. A. S. York has returned to his ;, town Friday. "

Rand Crews attended church at in Hampton Friday. home in St. Petersburg, after several I i T. C. Hazen has t
Drooker Sunday. I I Mine Audrey Johns, of Staike motored days visit with his sister, Mrs. J. Ford.

h -r A. L. Greene and I'oft Have, were to Hampton Friday. Maines. E'I I
i Little Vera
t in lirooker Monday. | !Mr and Mrs J, II. Saxon, of Alachua Mr.! Rawlerson was badly iously sick but Gainey is

h Mini May demons, who IB teaching county, were transacting business up Monday when the motor car on
writing. I
ll ut Macclenny, spent the -weck"-end j in Hampton Tuesday. which he was tiding, collided with a Inez Abernathy .
with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mrs. Burnett, of Gainesville, attended cow, throwing the motor car off the j
of Indi
0 attack acute
! k+ .. Cliitnorig. I services here Sunday.. track. night I I

Mr. and Mm. A. B. Surrencjr were The many friends of Mrs. J. II. I i L. Sowell of Alachua,
Kuet in the Cooler Pond section Saturday FIVE MILE Marshburn pleased to learn that
are hands with friends here I
.. .-. I she is able to be out again, after several I Lee Greene, of Lake Consumer's
Alvin Five Mile, Oct. 15.-Obie Stokes of
Mrs. G. C. Mills and brother months' illness.
1 Guilford visited his daughter, Mrs. visitor here Sunday II
( visitors to Worthing- I.
Clemons, were accompanied li. F. Gainey Tuesday.I Mrs. Harris Tomlin. of Lulu, is ill I J. H, Ritch, of Starke, I
I' ton Sunday. They were at the home of her daughter, and at day here.L. .
buck by G. C, Mills, who has been attending I Lee Mann, Henry Williams and son Lumber Co.
mechanical school at Kan- I[ were business visitors here Tuesday. this writing is critically ill. .Morgan has moved

I fas City,a Mo. I t Kirke and Julian Dekle spent Tucsi Tuck and Harris Tomlin, of Lulu, Gainesville where he has I I "''
t with their friend Dana were in town Monday. responsible position. We
of day night
Miiis Iris Godwin was the guest i ,
Rev Proctor has been called to the success in their new I
P Rita Ward of Brooker Saturday Duke.
Miss One
,( ,. pastorship of Antioch church for half D. W .Kelly and
and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Drawdy, B. L. FARMERS!
-., -. ._.-_,- I'Duke, Mrs. 1'. I'. Dekle were shop. time. I River, spent Sunday I
HAMPTON J pintr in Lake Butler Wednesday. Wiley Kelly of New River, was a with relatives. "Hartford" has just opened FARM DEPART-

,I :Mrs. Bntbura Dukes and son, Math, ; business visitor to Luke" Butler last Mr. and Mrs. G. W. I Takes care of BRADFORD COUNTY farmer

i : Hampton Oct. 15.-W. E. Baker, of were guests of M. A. Dukes Tuesday. week I Friday and Saturday in I western farmer. Everything you own or make
I John Col son, of Pine Hill, hereon Levy Knight, of
was !
business visitor '
F. loss FIRE
Brooklyn, was transacting business In I H. Gainey was a !>t by LIGHTNING WIND-
I 1 Hampton Tuesday. to Worthington Tuesday. business last week. |I on business Saturday. CYCLONES, TORNADOES. You get advantage
Jesse Canon of New River, was in Mrs E. J. Ward
spent
C. A. Hirt and family attended services I Miss Hattie Dukeg was the guest rate but only pay premium EACH YEAR
t Graham Sunday. | Mrs II. L. Duke last! week.A1pa i t' wn Friday.'; I! Gainesville with her dau
I lof
at clause much liberal.
Restric
Tommie Hewitt spent Monday in G. Kelly and Miss Olga Insuring more
of
Dukes the
P. O. was guest
filled
Rev. Hume, of Gainesville, i I
his appointment at the Baptist church |: hcf mother, Mrs. Amanda Gainey, on I II Jacksonville L. L. Johns has moved on farm policies removed. First farmer
I 8unday. I Mrs. Dick Hewitt and Miss AllieAndwII I tare vacated by L. recognized advantoges accepted at once.

Sunday.Miss Eva Williams was visiting rtUutivt'S {r D. I, Illume attended the annual ;. spent Friday in Lake City. 1 Little Dan Hazen has I IT. Cannot tell you in this advertise

and lends at Waldo Saturda,. meeting of the Primitive Baptist in. Jack Colson was in town Friday. lagrippe. I many features. WE WANT YOUR UUSINESS.

Miss Alma Dyal who has been visiting Baker county Friday, Saturday and Airs Rafe Johns entertained a number I Misses Grace and 'Leta I 18R6. J. R. DAVIS & CO. tarke, Fla.
J-'re- j Sunday. of little folks in honor of her son'sGeorge the weekend at their ... ,
, friends in Bloomfield N. "
0 turned, to her home here Sunlayl. .. ..Mrs. Amanda Gainey returned on 9th birthday, last Saturday : ham.
! W, II. Maxwell, of Jacksonville vis.? Tuesday from a visit with her daughter 1 I aftei noon. Many games were played Mrs. Emily Abbott left : ;;> r, ::5'0< ...- -""'- -=.i -nUi
I Mrs. Lizzie Dukes. and delicious refreshments were serv I Plant City and Tampa .
ltd his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. i
?' Maxwell Saturday and Sunday. Mesdames D. I. Blume and B. L. ed. I visit for several weeks. I! -'l
Mrs. II. B. Weest and children were )Duke wore (guests of Mrs. P. P. Dekle John Franck, of Providence, motor Edna Baxter spent I II
ed to Luke Butler Monday. with her parents here.
j visitors Starke Sunday I
to Sunday I
P. M. Padgett attended the funeralof Frank Cone of I
+ Mrs G. W. /Hicks who is unendinga Among the prominent visitors to We Care
t his brother J. D. Padgett at ing hands with friends
a \ !! with her sister in Jacksonville\ ; our section lust week were T. J. n ,,
Gainesville Thursday lie I E. J. Ward and
was accompanied I family ,
visited relatives here Saturday and ; "
:
ton.' home by his sister, Mrs Black. I ernathy spent Saturday I
:
Sunday. J. H. Mann of Guilford. Pine Hill with Mrs T. I
L.
Tho Ladies' Aid Society gave a ry Sheller, W. C.. T. J. and W. F. was a guest I Your Meat Cars
iti of his daughter\ Mrs. D. V. Floyd, last R. W. Sunency, of
the auditorium I
turlcy; measuring party at Townsend, of Lake Butler.
through here
1 Friday night Prizes were won T. J. Dukes and Prof. L. H.[ Futch week.Wilbur I Sunday. !
Scott of Starke attendedthe I'rogram for
by Mrs> A. A. Purden and C. E. liar. were business visitors to Luke Hutlcr ; Literary :\

1 1 leer for being the tackiest dressed Saturday. The box 0 supper, E. S. held last a Friday business evening.session I I follows Song,: Kind Words. I; When
rcla.'a'' present. The sum of $32 was Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Diawdy were you see a Swift Refrig-
I Tuesday afternoon the Quotations from
at Masonic Poc
,' misted for church purposes guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Drawdy I; I II
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, who has Saturday night building I l'eal'l Shaw, Onarita 10.164(42.10.'N tor Car going by in a train, it
Mr. Hendrix Is Mae Hazen.
1 been visiting her son, Cleveland Sul- I Mrs. L. II. Futch visited her sister, severe illness convalescent after a I I Reading-Muna I;: a simple thing that it should
l
,
l Jj\an, rf Theressa returned, to her Mrs T. J. Dukes Saturday.
home Sunday.Mr"'Ui.' i I Misses Angelica and Pauline Fair. Lake J. S.Butler Howaid Saturday., of Dukes motored to ]Recitation t. R. Spelling Wilson match by ::;:' carrying fresh meat up and down

j ',. David Jones and Jesse cloth were guests of Miss Mae Duke t I j
Marcus Dekle returned to his home grades
,,_ Hiannen cttended the )big I sales held Sunday. : country.
at Five Mile after Debate
Friday several Resolved that I
t in Stnrko Saturday They report the Mrs. B. J. Thomas visited Mrs. P. il

i i bargains as being wonderful. I II'. Dekle Saturday. days and Mrs.visit S.with S. Proctor.his grandparents, Rev 'serves America more than honor for I Like most of the packer activities which
'
\
Miss Ruth Rowe, of Jacksonville, Gladys and Dana ]Duke spent Sunday -
I Mrs. T. J. Townsend is able to be defending it.Affirmative
1" was the guest of \Mrs. F. M. Witt with their sister, Mrs. F. R. to your welfare, you are so used
S, turday and Sunday. Miss Ruth was Drawdy.I out after a severe illness | Jennie
e having this
I Mrs. Collins has Ray Andreu going on uninterruptedly,
Ralph returned
toi negative
; ,
I
resident of
atone time a Hampton I Mrs. T. J, Dekle was the guest of I
und was greeted by many friends Mr. and Mrs.\ P. P. ]Dekle Monday her home in Brooksvillc, after a visit 'I Hugh ButlerCrosby.. in, day out, throughout! the year, thatlitli
with her cousin, :Mrs. George Coleman Jokes-Alvin demons
while here.Newsotn. J. L. Simpson and little grandson, I Ilazen. i are likely to take it as a matter of course.
i 'I Witt, of Miami, an old 1 I J. L. I'al'rillh. were business visitors I litli t
Mrs.
resident of visitor C. L. Varnes and little son, Song, Keep the Home It
Hampton was here
a Saturday.
Claude, of Johnstown ing. ;i But it is
several not of
here spent a matter course. Every
a Saturday and Sunday. | Miss Minnnie Green, who has been
I days with her parents. Rev. and Mrs. | G. B. Colson '
1 j R. C. Heibeiger, of Brooklyn was visiting relatives here, returned home I S. S. Proctor, this week. I In. ( ness in Worthington was j Ii'i you see going by means long hours of
k : transacting business In Hampton last
j Saturday.
Tuesday. ': Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lane, Louis W. Borum spent Sunday at his j J. J. Morgan made a ,, ): scientific, painstaking care in prep-

1., ; 1 \Misses Ethel Hunt and Maggie \Max. 'i|I Gay and O. Brooks were business vis.itors attack home, and of, rheumatism is suffering! with a severe ,I to E.Gainesville T. Stewart Monday of W 1:1J for what it is doing.
well, who arc attending school at' here !Monday. I
t I, Dr. J. M. Mann made a professional Sunday here with his
I Stuike, spent the week-end with their,, Little Cecil Drawdy Is quite ill at !
visit time
+ to Guilford Friday. Every a car comes in it is washed
parents school
this writing. He is missed at 1
'I I Mrs Odell Abernathy, principal of'' and his playmates and teacher hopehe school A box building supper was Friday given evening at the,high the TELEGRAPH'S thoroughly with scalding water. If any

the Brooklyn school, was transacting will soon be restored to health. I
business here Saturday. -- -a--- proceeds going to help the basket ball Names of Thou Who any foreign matter, were present, this

Green\\ Cove C. N.Springs Priest ,left where Tuesday she expects for- I IIre. LAKE BUTLER team.Rev.k The Armstrong sum of $42 returned was realized.from his lion During n get rid of it. Even the meat hooks

trip to Hampton Monday evening W. A. Brown, M. taken down from the racks and scalded
i to spend a few weeks with her j j8on I Lake Butler, Oct\ 15.-The W. C. T.
-- _-+ -- -- W. Killian, !
Mrs.
I Herbert Peeples |III moving into the Miss Harriwoii, leader. The following KAIFOKD Eastman, W. H. foals H. I
--- R. V. Turner, J. P. '

ee Sullivan J. E. Stevens cottage, of this Nashville week Ga., has i, program those present.Song. was .rendered and enjoyed by Raiford, Ovt. 15.-Mr. and Mrs. A. Williams, L. A. Fowler, When the car is thoroughly cleansed we
i l J. Johnson and little Francis, of Ft. borough M. Z.
bought the grocery store on Main' Courson in 5,000 pounds of ice. But that
Q xtrect formerly owned by T. M. Hag- The Star of America's Fu- Pierce, were visitors here Friday j W. N. Roberts, Lacy :
Subject, Mrs. C. B. Mucclenny.. of Macclennv i Dowlmir. W. E.n. Webb... _. _A._, : preliminary. It only cools the car
was transacting business here during Mrs. J. O. Luke, ]Dr. A. I' :
proper temperature. By the time
I the week. I W. E Edmonson, T. B. '

,,IY Leonard Arline of Sanderson, was R. Kersey, M. L. EnnU, J : car is moved over to receive its ,load,

in town Tuesday. W. H. Andrews, Jr., R B.
first ice is
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Roberts and E I : melted. Mce is then
11 L A SIMPLE RECIPE FOR SATISFACTION Roberts, Mrs. E. F. '
? children Ruth and Wesley, of Worthington Bloodsworth W. )F. in to keep the car cool.

Springs: were guests of Mr. Moore S. W. Williamson.

I and \Mrs. W. I. Roberts Sunday. fin, J. II. WainriKht\ C. N. Then the meat is hung on the sterilized
"
: Avery Tison, of Key West is the A. Warren J. B. Pievattt
guest: of his. mother, Mrs Adam Ti. Campbell, Mrs. Delia ) i and the load of food is ready for its ,

t if son. I Green, Mrs. F. A. Bryan, It
arrives
i Fiial take the pay envolepe and extract therefrom !Mr. and Mrs G. O. Jacobs were visItors den. A. S. Strickland!! Mrs. I ) as it leaves, clean,

a proportion that seems practical. Bring it to the to Luke City Sunday.R. I J. A. J. McKinney.. R. wholesome, appetizing; and your
I" W. Sweat, of Sanforrf, spent Sunday I E. Crews!, John P. Coffin, t
bank take of it and add interest supply unaffected
4 and let us care : here with his family. I S'no..df'n.I.! S. Hayes! C. goes on by seasons

Mr. and Mrs Joe Jones and children I M. Groover, I. v.', Andreu, 1! .

At determined upon intervals-preferably every Clarence, Helen and Hunnah. of i son, A. W. & G. A. ('

In week or at least every month, repent this operation. Jacksonville, w'ro"Isitors here Sun Thomas. E. W. Stewart, : I his is only a part of the service which .
day.Brady i rell.\ B. F. Allen, L. H.
f". : t Hosier is the guest of his Sullivan, Jesse (Cason Miss I & Company furnishes, at a profit I
1 t In a comparatively short time you will enjoy the mother, :Mrs T. Rosier Joule Grii ls, C. B. Johns, J so
small-averaging fraction of
satisfaction that comes with steady saving. !Dr. Handley and Jim Dowling wen Chas T. Beasley, Curtis : a a

visitors to Lake City Sunday.C. I D. Woodard, J. L Nimmo, per pound on all products over a period I

', And increase your own satisfaction pass on the transacting. II March-tiny business, of here Mncclenny, during, was the R Gaiklns R. Collins, R. Burrows Jacob, J. I. : I I -that if the profit were handed on to

': recipe to others so that they may similarly profit. week < it
consumer would
I 'I Kalch. C, E. Harper, Col. : make a difference of

: Rev. Wiirirlns! of Gainesville, filled I I l1unIrK! John Phillips\ than a nickel week in
a the meat bill of
i fij, his regular Appointment here at the :Mrs. W G. Seals W :M.
Advent church Sunday: I lie Nettles, :Mrs Susie average American family.
W. II. Andrews was a visitor to I :McLeod."MVUCF.
lake City Sunday.
Rev j i TO IIFIITOKS"AM i : l-< t
Butler state evangelist, la con
f LAKE BUTLER BANK ducting a revival meeting here this MiKnn All .iH-numn Uu. or Indebted HrtMtfurtl la county thr .. & Company U. S. A.

f ff .. week at the Advent church. Services ev.. d. are rvqmwtod to pay ( .
forthwith, mil all h
\ State County, District and City Depository .. every evening. Everyone invitedto irninxt mid estate nti frnnni.ll fll 1. th
'I w attend.We uthrnlicntrd, with the un4t>"
LAKE BUTLER, FLA. .1 are sorry to report :Mrs. S. M. tratrix they will within be forever one year barred.from .

'I.i Morrell: on the sick list. Thl. IMh day of O...,...... I,2CMRS. t
Alias! Scott was the week-end guestof C. A. .
Adminl.tratrir: of the Estate at
her parents in Starke. denwed


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to Starke. Padgett left Monday for Dunnellon, Harry Wimberly motored to Maxrill.
II I Master George Rivers was a guest where they have accepted positions. Sunday to visit friends.
I Bradford County Farmers I of relatives and friends in Starke during Mrs H. C. Wimberly, the Misses Mrs. II. C. Wimberly was shopping I
the week-end. Beth and Winifred Wimberly and in Jacksonville Tuesday.
Rev. :Mullady, of Hampton, will fill
-- his appointment here Saturday night -
RYK roil WINTER I'ASTfllE farmer- in a community to join together daughter who was seriously ill !Mrs. and Sunday. Everybody invited to at
and build a house which will Triest reports her condition much improved .

Many Florida farmers who have take cure of the potatoes for the entire tend.U. D. Johns, of the Pine Hill sec
stock to feed will find the planting of I community. D. I). Woodard, of Starke, was a tion, was in our burg Saturday after WRSGLEYSI
oats, rye, or rape for winter )pasturage I The time for gathering and storing! guest Sunday afternoon of !Mr.' and
?' a desirable and profitable prac sweet I potatoes>> will soon be at hand. Mrs. S. B. Woodard noon.Mr.. and \Mrs. Rafe Johns and son, :
tice. < reon, succulent feed is of the It is a well known fact that throughout Misses Viola and Ella Baylor, of of Lake Butler, passed through here I
i utmost importance in tho winter I'a.'j . the state, an well as other section Brooklyn, attended church here Sun Saturday enroute to Starke.
w Lion of practically all farm animal, ; of the sweet potato growing area, a day night. Mrs. Jim Adkins and William I

y'j and for bent results with such animal I large; percentage of the crop is lost' Hob Wynn, of Starke, was a visi- Smith's mother are numbered on the
r as milk (cows young growing'stock each year through careless handlingand tor in our section Sunday. sick I list this week.W. I L
t and poultry, some form of succulence improper methods of storing. I Mr. and Mrs. Mark demons spent T, Turner and Carrie Dowling aA
" la indispensable. Farmers should be sure to gather '
I Sunday at Brooklyn with relatives. were business visitors to Starke last
.\ Oats is more widely krown than is their sweet potatoes before the frost I C. A. Youngolood Samuel Wood- Thursday. n
rye for winter glazing, though some : has killed the vines, as this injures the 'I ard Arthur Moorer John and Bill ----.--- -
farmers who have had experience with potato and makes them more subjectto flail Sat. BRADFORD }
e were visitors to Brooklyn \ 'II TINflIIT
both prefer tho latter. Rye ii the rot. I'1 J
I !r| 'Ij The and handling should urday night. I
more hardy and sustains less Injury digging
Bradford
1 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koon, of Waldo, Oct. 15.-Rev. Barnes .
|j j from heavy freezing. J. B. Thompson,I IforaR'e IIH done very carefully; instead I of being were guests! of her parents Mr. and filled his epopintment here Saturdayand t {1i
I' \ Vi
FloridaExperiment handled stove wood it wouldbe ,
crop special at the ns ,
I \Mrs. J. I' Padgett, during the week Sunday.
Station, says the A'>ari('ty better to handle them ad eggs, in : : I .
Mrs. Eliza Rainey returned Friday ... I _:: ,
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them.
+ known a& Abruzzi rye is superior to>> order not to bruise and skin end.J.
, those most popular in the northern Plans for the construction of the P. Hall[ has gone to Jacksonvilleto from a visit with her son, Bob Rain.
;(p:; states for Florida. Other strains of sweet potato storage/ house may be spend. some time, after a visit here ey, of Miami.
southern rye often listed us "Georgia had by writing the Experiment Station with relatives. Mrs. J. V. Edwards is ill at this

jI'' rye" or "Florida" arc also among the or from "Farmers' Bulletins 870 Dr. Fortner, of Brooklyn, was in writing.
it most desirable varieties for Florida. and 847, U. S. Department of Agriculture : town Sunday afternoon. i Mr. and Mrs. Willard Raborn went We eat fastweeat
too
;i1 Local aced firms usually handle the Washington, I). C. Henry and Kilmer Woodard, who to worthington Sunday
7 H southern grown seed;; or varieties best ._- ------. have been at Miami for some time C. W Towards is on the sick list too much.
adapted to our conditions, while those THERESSATheressa past, are now at Lakeland, employedat this week.
whose fields of business are more or a phosphate mine. | Mr. and Mrs. Wall Crews were Eat (less-chew it
loss restricted tu northern sections -- Oct. 15.-Rev. J. B. Crews John Hall was a visitor to Gaines shopping in Worthington Saturday af- more.
may find other varieties more popular. 1'of New River, preached at the Chris ville a day or two last week.M. I ternoon.
The season for planting will range; 'tian church Sunday morning and J. Batten was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs VT. it. Harrell spent Ill WRIGLEYSafter
through October and early November evening. Brooklyn Monday. I Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Dukes, of
t, In the northern section of the state Mesdames S. B. Woodard and W. A. Arthur Bennett, who for some time Worthington.
i plantings may bo made at a somewhat Jones were visitors to Hampton l last past has been employed on the bridge [ Seeber Harrell attended church at every meal-aids
earlier date than would be advisable week gang, is now at Winter Park. Brooker Sunday night.
farther south. The seed should he II. S. Roebuck, of Gainesville, spent --- | S. B. Andreu and son, Charlie, were digestion cleanses the
drilled upon well prepared soil at the LONG BRIDGE i Iin Starke on business Friday.
l last week here with his family. mouth and teeth and
rate of two bushels l per acre, or, whena Miss Minnie Hagan returned last | Willard and Rand Crews were in
grain drill is not available, it maybe week from Miami, and will spend a Long Bridge, Oct. 15-Mr. and Mrs the county seat Monday. sweetens breath.
sown broadcast and covered with a while here with relatives. C. C. Johns and children, of Starke, Mrs. Sinard Cook, of Ft. White
the week-end with his brother, 'lis homefolks this week. V
drag harrow or disc. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton spent visiting
Mr. and H. O. Rivers. Mrs. COSTS LITTLE BENEFITS MUCH
Mrs. Andreu
and son were shop
Rye seeded upon good, fertile soil spent several days during last j
should, under reasonably favorable week here with relatives, returninghome Mr. and Mrs Joe Hodge and daughter -' ping in Worthington Saturday mornIng I

Ii conditions, furnish good grazing In Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Jennie Lou, were visitors to the Still 5C
from 80 to 100 days after planting.The Roebuck, of Gainesville Is vis. county scat Wednesday and Thursday I Clarence Scuff, of Worthington,
profits from the livestock industry iting at the home of her son, H. S. Sam Crews was a business visitorto passed through our section Sunday. I EverYwhereSealed
are derived. very l largely from Roebuck. Starke Saturday -

I the ability of farm animals, especially Mrs. M. J. Batten was a visitor to Pierce Crews and Gerald Adkins I HIGHLAND I
(cattle to turn cheap roughage; into Hampton Thursday were visitors to Lake Butler Saturday .
butter beef or other market productsand E. A. Guinea returned Thursday to I Highland, Oct. 15. Mrs. II. C. Wim-
the greater the amount of pasturage Tampa, after spending a few days Miss Winnie Mae Cason was in 'berly spent Wednesday the guest of I!
and other forago produced on here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Lake Butler Saturday. i Mrs. Chas Dinkins at Lawtey.
the farm the smaller will be the necessary M Bennett. Mr. and \Mrs O. B. Moody spent the I C. M. Click, of Jacksonville, was I
feed bill. Money saved is money I! Mesdames! R. M. King and children week-end at Raiford with Mr. and transacting business here Thursday. A155
made. and Jno. Phillips were among the visitors Mrs. Yarborough.A Among the shoppers to Starke Saturday -!
i from here Mrs. L. S. Carter
to Hampton l last week large crowd attended the sing at were -I
TREATING; OAT SEED FOR SMUT! Cleveland Sullivan was transacting Mrs. S. N. Johns Friday night. i Misses Rosic Carter, Mamie Pres-.I'
cott Jesse Prescott and F. M. Crews.
business in the ,
county metropolis on Stafford Crews, of Gainesville, was I dy
J. 1. Marr visited friends Bron-
i at
Oat smut may bv easily and cheaply Saturday. the guest of relatives and friends
,
.
Mr. and Mrs. M. and lit. : son Saturday.Mr.
prevented by proper treatment of P. Geiger Sunday. ,
and Mrs. John I'adgett of
the seed before planting. The forma tle son, Earl, of Hampton, motored Marion Moody attended to businessIn ,
lin method l is probably the best and here Sunday and spent the day at the Lake Butler Saturday.E. Jacksonville, spent the week-end here
t'nsirst. Formalin be home of her parents, \Mr. and Mrs. with relatives.
ff may purchased R. Poppell, of Starke, passed II. C. Wimberly Jr., made a business
from any drug store and Is used at the M. lIall.I through here Sunday !
rule of 1 pound to 40 gallons of. wa | Misses Rhoda Bennett and Ida Ha Lloyd Clark attended to business in trip Everett to Jacksonville Bennett, Saturday.of Middleburg, Tight THE FLAVOR
ter. Spread the seed In thin Ran were visitors to Staike Satur
out a Lake Butler Saturday. r j spent several deys here with his mo-.
day. Kept Right LASTSFords
with laver the on a smooth floor and sprinkle S. B. Woodard of Orlando, spent Tommie Hewitt, of Lake Butler, II| ther, Mrs. J. A. Starling, last week.I .
diluted formalin. An ordinary I
pasted through here Sunday enrouto I Messrs. Buster Johns and Dawson
Sunday here with his family.
sprinkling pot may be used. The I
grnin rhould be thoroughly and even I I Mrs. D. W.1001'0\ and children
t1 ly wettod. Then shovel the heap over I spent Sunday at Hampton with relatives -
'
1'.1' several l :times to insure an even distri"butloii. | .
Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Baylor, of
: Cover with canvas or bag:
ging and let stand from 6 to 12 hours. Brooklyn, attended! church here Sun
The seed may be sown immediatelyafter day. """
treating but will run throughthe | Miles (Crews of New River, was a
'
drill better if allowed to dry first. visitor here Sunday.
, Cure should be used that the needuru W. A. Jones, of Brooklyn, spent the
j. not brought In contact with the week-end here with homefolks. t
: out smut before planting.. This may | Mr and \Mrs. A. H 1of\ Hampton, oi
,:1 happen by soaking the seed in old were guests Sunday of Mr. and \Mrs.C. .
bags or putting the grain Into dirty A. Youngblood.
,1 bins, nays It. G. Clayton, district I \Mrs. T. B. Triest returned homeThuixday
, agent for West Florida. from Dunnellon afteri I Ii TRADE MARK
,,I Where small quantities of seed are I spending several days there with her
:'1 to tie used the following rules will be .
." useful: One gallon of diluted forma TiFclcFololi"FOB
t lin will treat one bushel of grain. One 0 I II There are many Tractors clamoring for the patronage of the farmer. The very air is charged with the noise of their
71 ounce of formalin to three gallons of claims. One would think that all the farmer had to do was to buy a Tractor and he would enter into the Millennium.

water is the proper dilution. Well consider this fact-there are a great many different makes of Tractors. Tractors have been on the American
\\\i.\ Formalin is irritating to the skin, I Ii i NASTY CALOMEL market for twenty years. In that time some three hundred thousand Tractors have been sold to the farmers in the

'1\ so it should be handled carefully. After United States. The Fordson Tractor has only been on the market two years, and in that time more than one hundred
) being diluted it is not Irritating. I;i I Fordson Tractors have sold of
::..! thousand been to the farmers the United States.
Florida produced a good oat crop:
!1 last spring, largely: because weather 7ollu Abandoning Old Drag for ,
f
II conditions were favorable. Whenever I "Dodion'i Liver Tone," Two and two makes four. Two and two always will make four. If the Fordson Tractor had not delivered more good

f we have a wet spring the yield of oats I Here in South. I work more satisfactory work more economical workk than any other farm Tractor it would not have sold in the ratio -
.. is usually good, this moist weather I of anywhere from five and more to one. "The proof of the pudding is in the eating." The proof of the superior
' also favors the development of oat merits of the Fordson Tractor is in its large sale and use.
I ,r I smut which was plentiful last spring I Ugh I Calomel makes you sick. It's

';' Therefore, precautions should be taken liorrihlel Take a dote of the dangerous I The Fordson Tractor then asks you to buy it because of what it has done for jour neighbors. It asks to buy it
to treat all seed, this fall before .(rug tonight and tomorrow ;you loss a its merits. It asks to buy it Mr. Farmer because have for it you
planting. clay. on you you use every day in the year. All the uses for the
I Calomel 1. mercury! When. it comes I Fordson Tractor have not yet been uncovered because new places where machine power can take the place of human

COMMUNITIES: SHOULD BUILD) into contact with sour bile., it crashes. intoIt power, where machine power can supplant horse and mule power are being found every week and wherever such discovery -

SWEET POTATO) HOUSES breaking that awful it up.nausea Then and. Is cramping.when ;youf..1 If occurs the Fordson Tractor will fill the bill more Isfactorily than any other form of power.

you are sluggish! if liver. In torpid and
The sweet potato acreage In the iHiwrlii conHtlputed. or you have headache. The Fordson is simple in design, and it is very strongly made of the highest quality of iron and steel. It is the prod-
b state this year is much larger than dUzineaa. coated. tongue, if breath is bae1or uct of the greatest mechanical genius the world has ever known, and it is most economical in first cost and after ex-

usual, and if the yield is normal it harmless, stomach Dnilnnn'i sour, just Liver.try Tone a spoonful tonight.of I pense. The Fordson Tractor on your farm will increase the value of every foot of ground in that farm. It will put

will be unwise to try to market all of Hi-re. tny guarantee-Go to any drugstore more dollars and cents into every hour you put'into the farm.
the crop at harvesting time. The best aid get a bottle of Dodson's Liver I

way to keep potatoes through the season and Tuna if for it doenn't II few cents.straighten Take a right spoonful Now why not have a Fordson right away? Take up the subject with us. Come in and get the details, and all theparticulars.
especially where they ore to be ;you up
It is only a mat-
and make fuel. line and vigorous,
kept in you go I
quantities, in by means of the
tack to the store. and get your money. ter of time until you buy a
sweet potato storage house. Sincelumber ItodDon's Liver Tone i. destroying the farm Tractor-that Is sure.
is expensive it will be possiblymore I sale. of calomel. because it not aU-
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FH1HAY.. OCTOBER 15, 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA. PAGfc SEVEN

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DEATH OF INFANT Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDrtllUtista In and for Bradford Coonty. (State. Tp. I. B. n. 2 R.. 80 aerea aaaeaaed Unknown. according to Uw. tax deed will Issue thereon

Lulu M. Lanebey.vs I This September, C8. 1920.W.. on the IHth day of October. A. D. 1920.Wltneaa .
refund money: If PAlO OINTMENT falllto T. WEEK Certificate No. 98 embraces WH or VWK my official signature and seal thai

Little Lillie :May, daughter of Mr. cure Itching. Blind Bleeding I or Protruding Pilra Compl.ln.nt 1 1 Clerk Circuit! Court. of SWK.! Sec. 12 Tp. a. 8. R 22 E.. 20 the llth day of September, A. D. 1020.
itching Piles, and yon can Ri Jena. J. . . ., I By C. A. KNIGHT. aaaessed Unknown.Certificate .
sna :>Ira. J. *). Goodman died at her ,:r'I'I::! after: tb lira euwilcatian.. Prtue UC'jINb Defendants. Clerk. acres W. T. WEEKS
SEAL Deputy No.
( 112 embraces Iota 1, t or Clerk Circuit Bradford Count Flor
he me on the morning; of Sunday, October NOTICE TO KNOWN DEFHN ANTS A. Z. ADKINI. K<4 of Blk 2R In l.h'ln.ton. Triitiy Co's ida. Cur ((8RAL)

3rd, after an illness of only one Voi ms In a Healthy Cblla To Jena. J. Christiansen. E. L. House. A. &I.lor, Complainant. 10.1-.10.2 nub div of KEVi of NII. IB. Tp.. 6. S. By C. A. KNIGHT
7.. Adkins and OeoniiChristiansen.
H.
Ilu.n Corbt R. 22 R.. assessed Johnson Deputy
day The funeral net-vices took place All children troubled with worms have an uo.healthy . . .... .hm. each ant OKOFR FOR Certificate No. ( embraces. Iota. 8. 4 of 9-1--tO-1 CI.rl.

Monday afternoon, and were conducted colot.. wblcn' indicate*poor blood. and all ..r. 1 unknown. In Circuit Court. .Pl'BUC.TOJ. Eighth Ilk 40 In Livingston Trul, Co's sub div NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE
rule.there la nor or less atomach disturbance It hereby that you and each olyou Forid. of NEK. See. ii. 8. R. 21
by Rev. U. D. Law. The interment ordrr filed hereIn Judicial Circuit, Bradford Chan- NEI Tp. Sixty days after date hereof. I, the undersigned
f -
GROVE'S( TASTELESS chill TONIC given regular! appear to cmpl.lnt K., ...d Dill, Brown .. Administrator of the estate of
was ut Kingsley lake. for two or three week will enrich. the blood. Improve against you In the above cause on eery.H. Beavers. Certificate No. Ill ..mbr. Lot. S of Silk Hardy Newsom. deceased present
G.
The little gIrl wag only 11 months the.dlfiratlon and act a l S General Strength the. nth day of December, A. D. 1V20. 41 In Llvtnnton. Truby A Co's snh die of vouchers and final account .1 the Hon. t

old but her ruing Tonic to the whole lyatem. Nature will thru The Bradlor County Telegraph la herein Cmpl.ln.nt l NEH of NEK. See. 2!. Tp.. 6. 8. R. 2 E. A. Gardiner. County of Bradford a.
during
days which thlinotice Jud.
and seven throw off or dlHpelthewonna.and the.Child wll! niUo ." n.I..r Mary E. .... assessed J.m. C. Franklyn.Certificate ty Florida, and 'a .. discharged aa such
shall ba for consecutive n.
short life spread sunshine around her perfect beoltu. Pleasant tak. SOc err bouts .ubU.h"" .I.hl No. 119 embrace lot. 8 of Ilk Administrator. .1 .
weeks 6th day December, Df"d."t
prior 43 A Co'a sub dlv
beloved her appearing by to the In U.ln"tn. Truby This the 17th of 1920.
by day
was dearly parentsand A. D. 1920.! t .ft'ld.vl Au".t
and .
NR 4 NK.l-4 28. Tp. 6. 8. R. E.
that
.
riled In the r. 2 .
hand and meal of lit bi .1. M.1
whom she smiled.
others my eMkcd Julius Butler.Certificate .
all upon It! Wlln. oll. 111. Beavers the defendant therein n.m"" ani> Administrator pf Estate of Hardy Newaom.deceased. .
day of A. 0. U20.
sweetly in Jesus'arms October. non-resldrnt of State of and No. embraces Lots C. it. 10
resting .
she is la a FI.rld. 12 8-17-91-10-22
Sow th
CASKETSAnd W. T. WEKS. of I in Wy... Add to StarVe. sss.ssedS.
COFFINS & she la resident town of Yatea Rk
and will there await those Ihe Cleric Circuit In and a tb .
lradrord
Cour Center. K....... and I over the age Spencer.

loved on earth. The bereaved parentsand a Full Line of County Florida.By C. A. KNIGHT. that of" Iwrn\.n. I I defendant la therefor he ordered and. la I I 1:1..rlf..t.1. Tp.No. 1.107 8.embraeea R. 11 .t IWI acres of N, the Sheriff NOTICE of OF l.dforo ELECTIONTo County, of lheSt.t.

other relatives have the sympathy UnJtrtaktrt' Supplies (SEAL) D..IF Clerk hereby required no..ld..nt to to the bill of eomI I I Unknown.Certificate of Florida t

of all in their sad loss. CHARLES A. POWERS. plaint filed in said.p..r on or Monday I I No. 178 ..mhr. WH of SWK. lie It known that 1. n. CLAY CRAWFORD .

Solicitor for Compl.ln.nt 10.-VII. the. 1st day of November.. t.Io.A. D. 1920 See. 2. Tp. '. P R. 2 East 80 acres, ... I f.ta. of State of the Stat of Florida, d

AUTOMOBILE HEARSE otherwise. the allegations of said bill will betaken messed M. M. Grlffls. I hereby notice that a
Colds Cause Urip and Influenza ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn as eonfeaaed by said defendant.It Unless aaid e.rlll..t. .bl be .d.med'' GENERAL ELECTIONWill
Always on hand. The best er- according to . d.d issue thereonon be held In Bradford County State of
la further that order
ordered
LAXATIVE BBOMO QUININE Tablet remove thicausa. vice at the lowest prices. Special Circuit Court. Stale of Florida. FihthJudicial published a for Ihl b the IHth day of October. 1. D. 1920. Florida, on Tuesday next eneeeedlnK th first
Bradford In Chan
County. lo.r .nuU.
There U only on* "Braino Quinine." CI.ull weeks In the. w.k County Telegraph a Witness my official signature and this Monday In N.v.ml.r. A. I). 1020 maid
attention to telegraph or- eery. B..dfor the llth of September.. A. n o. Tuesday being theSFCON
day
W. GROVE'S cUmamrann box. SOc In County and
I;. W. H. demons and C. R. Clemona, newapaper l.ul.l.h" .10 .
era. Registered Embalmer. ".rtn..... doing business tinder the Slate.Thla. W. T. WPFKS.CI'rk DAY OF NOVEMBER 4
flrm name and style of Clemona September" SB. 1920. Circuit Court Bradford ,. Flor For Stales Senator from the t.t.
W. T. WEEKS. Ida. (C8V.L) of Florida, for aix years from March 4, 1921.
USE "DIAMOND DYES"Dye DeWITI C. JONES Br'h.n.Cmpl.ln.nt.. (Seal) Clerk Circuit C.ur By c A. 'GI. For Six (18k Presidential Electors.

By C. A. KNIGHT. 9-n-Bt-10.18. DputF C..rl.. For one RrI..I.t.. of the Second Con.gresalonal .

sr AtlKE, FLA.1H1"I..mnmnn.n'n'.n'n'n'n.n A. E. Silverthorne.. doing business Deputy Clerk 1.lrlrt .. State of Florida In 4

right! Don't risk ma under the name of Martina Mill E. M. JOHNS. NOTICE OF APPLICATION arrm TaH EEB the Congress o the United!
Company and W. E. Silverthorne Solicitor for Complainant. l01-Ll0.2 LeNDER SECTIoN ITS OF TUEGENERAL Pilate
torlaL Each:: package: of 'D1&I Defendanta. STATUTES For Governor of the State of Florida.

,," contains directions ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn For of State of the State of
Secretary
moM Dye It aptieerlna: by affidavit appended to the Hereby .. ls given that W. R. KnltM .
so simple that any REPORT OF AUDITOR filed In the cause that A. Circuit C"ur. State of Florida. Eighth "I... sale. certificates. numberedrespeetlvely Florida.
bi .h..t.lr
purchaser .
woman can diamond-dye a T.II.h_. "'I... Sept. '. 1820. Silverthorne.. d"I"1 tu.m. under the Judtolal (rult. County. In Chan B. 26 41. '0. "1. ill. 181. 191 For Attorney General of the State of "0'. .. ,

Hon. Sidney J. Catta Governor name of Martina and W. 1C. ., of Rra4 Ida.For
Tax
I rich. 'adele.aOlor Into and 2l>9 issued by the
new, 3. Andrew, and J. W. An. .I.t. Comptroller of Florida.For '
Fla. Silverthorne the defendanta
old garment, druperieCOT. Dear Tallahassee Sir are non-.ld.n.of the 8tl nf th..ID ...ma.. d.. Jr.. doing business under luted ford County.July ..F.rd., .. .8.10 has filed said, .In. Treasurer of the.tl.ttao "
whether the Arm name and atyle of J. Fur Superintendent of Publla of
of ( Savannah Bank .
I crInge
I everithlog. I have just completed an examination cf IhF are .Id.nl. 111 and W. Andrewa A tificates In my office and haa made applies.tion the State of Florida lul.toD I
t wool" cotton or the following offices of Bradford county and Trust Building.. S..nn"h. neonrla. SD.Compl.ID.nt.. for tax deed to Issue In ..eor.n. with Commissioner of .. of the .
.
of It latherefore
yeara l A"rODltu. ,
I nixed good .beg to submit thia my report on the aama. 0..tt. that said .non-reaident de- law. 8t:'of Florida.:

/ Buy "Diamond Dye. no Clerk Circuit Ceart order. hereby to rp- Isaac Reynolds, v et a.1. Said e..rll..I. respectively embraeea the For Tw.J. of the Buprema Cut of
other kind-then perfect reeulti The Clerk of the Circuit Court haa accounted tear f.nd.n.to the bill of.eonv.ilalnt required In maid Defendant.It 'olo.ln. lrdfnr County Florida the State of Florida.. J '
for all tax eertlfleatea coming Into le to the at the date Issuance of auctirertificatea For One Commissioner .
are guaranteed even if on or before Honda tl. tlay of appearing affidavit appended .. Railroad of the State ,: ,
his hands and haa paid In to the county filingfees .u bill filed In the above stated that Ran- In the respectively harein of Florida.
November A, D. 192" otherwise the I .. ..m.
you have never dyed before. received from candidates In the 1920 : w.ati.a of raid bill wi'l{ IKtoUi.n at < I morn Reynolds the d.I.nd."t th..ln ...me. after particularly set forth to-wlt t For State fn.lo. for 15th Senatorial DItrl"l '

UniRgiet ha "Diamond Dyes primary. Aa County Auditor he keeps him "'. >"..',! liy.la dtfend.nl.. :I la a non-reaident of the State of Florida, Certificate No. 5 embraces SWof NW\ of the ff Frd :

olor; Card" 10 rich colon. count with the Tax Collector. It la further. ordered that thIs order ... I that he Is a resident of Savannah Georgia a N. of SWK Bee. 34. Tp. 5. 8. R For Two Memliers .f House of Reprasentatlvee $

County Jadge published, once a week for four eonteoutlvaweeka and I. over the age of tn..n. years ; It East. acres assessed M. J. Nettles of the State of Florida .,
The County Judge baa accounted for ra- In the. Bradford CouiKv Tebaraph.! a I la therefore .. -. .. Certificate No. 16 embrace. N 1-8 of EM For County Judge.
tht .
I I eelpta from hunting licensee and haa the oaual newspaper published In maid County and defendant he ord.r\ .ulr to appear of Lot. 1 a WV, of Lt 1 In T. E. IleislesSod For Sheriff. >
V S records pertaining to hla office. State. to the bill .. II..d. In said Add to Lake assessed 5. M. Car- For Clrrk of the Circuit CDr.

Sherl I cause on or Monday the day of Fnr County Assessor of
This '
29
September lug I. .fo. .. t1
You Do More Work t The Sheriff baa paid In all collection from t. .:. WEEKS. November A. 1920. otherwise the allegations 'certificate No. 41 ..ml..e. NV4. of F.4 For Tax Collector

You ambitious and fines .nd forfeitures and had no put due ( ) ( of said bill .. b taken as confeaaed r.f SRK of NBU 4> KH. of Wt of 8EKof For County Superintendent of Publkl Instruction.
are more you get more bonds on hand. I 1&.1 By C.CI..rl. 'Ireul Co..r. by said d..l..nd.nt.I .1 NRK SVi of NU of of NWK .

enjoyment out of everything when your Tax Collector I Deputy. Clerk.A. . la further ord.r that this order be e> NVi of 814 of BWM W16 of SEK olSWIC For: County Surveyor.For .

blood Is In good condition. Impuritiea In The Tax Collector had closed out the 1918 : 7. ADKINS. once a for four consecutiveweeks n1of"SKId of SWK ot : Five County Commissioners

the blood have a very depressing effect on roll at the. time of the last check by thus Solicitor for Cormilalnant. 10.1_t.t.10.29 .the Bradford County Telegraph a ..f-KR',; PMi. of NRV A :, For Three Members of the County Board of :
the system. causing weakness laziness department. He has not yet closed out the I newapaper published In said. County and See. 12. Tp. I. 8. R. ?2 E., 100 acres, Public Instruction.For .
1919 roll but haa accounted for State. aessed Unknown. Justice of. the Peace In and for the fol /
nervousness and sickness. to date .. well. aa receipts from eou""uon.1 NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE This September 85. 18ZO. Certificate No. 70 embraces WU of NRK lowing ".u. Dlotrlr. vlat

OI OVE'S TASTELESS Chili TONIC lie....... He ha. overpaid the county W. T. WEEKS. of NRK: a NW" of Ni, a N'4 of SWK DIstrIct No, .7/
restores! Energy and Vitality by Purifying on licensee. which he .... Instructed to de- Sixty days after date hereof.. I. the undersigned (Seal) CI.rl Circuit Court. of NEK. Tp. S. R. 1 East, HOaerea District No. Two '
duet from the next remittance on aame.Respectfully aa administrator of the estate of M. By C. KNIGHT. ... R. W. Williams.Certificate Ulslr'et' No. Three.District '
and Enriching the Blood. When you feel submitted. C. Croft deceased will present fny voucher I Deputy Clerk.E. No. SI embraces Beg at NW No Four.

Its strengthening invigorating effect.. see MARVIN C. MclNTOSH. and final .0...'. the Honorable _. A. :: M. JOHNS. Cor' of SWK a run B 808 yds. on line dlv District No. Five.

how it brings color to the cheeks and howit Assistant Stato Auditor. Hat-diner. County Judge of Bradford County. Solicitor for Complainant. 10-I.itt..l029 NVi 8>4 of Sea. 19. to n pi of .. thence District No Six.IHxtrlet .

improves the appetite. you will then "h'kirkia and ..1 to be discharged .much ad. F. 440 ,d., thence HHO yds 1. line Seven.
mlnltr.tr. thence W 440 yilx. SNO to beg, District No.
appreciate lu true tonic value. Notice of First Meeting. af CreditorsIn day of October 1920. i ORDER FOR PlIOUATIOJ IB Tp. 6. S. It F..to Id. acres. assess. District No. II"hl..
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC the District Court of the United Stateafor N. PEARCB. In Circuit Court. 8l. .. Eighth S. A. Method. R 10 District No. Ten.District .
The. Southern District of Florid. In Admlnl.t.tor' of Eatate of :. C. Croft IV-I Judicial Circuit B..dfor County In Chan- TJo. 116 embraces NR'4 of No. WDIM.
Eleven.
is .
not a patent medicine. it is simply e.rtllr.l. 8F\
IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.So Bankruptcy.In the matter of David L. Slleox of Starke, e.ed. 10HBt12SNOTICR eery.Mamie Luke I .of fWI. f.J.21.B.Tp.Rhoden.0. S. R 28 F-t For (.'0..1.In and for the following Justice

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pleasant even children like It. The.Florida In the county( of Bradford Diatrletaforesaid I Complainant. .C".II..I.. No. till embraces lit. I. UlkII I'I.t rl.1 No ,1.On.I '

blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRON I Notice,I.bankrupt.hereby given. that on October 7. Take. ..ole. that I will on November 9. Jim Luke. ". !I .. Truby 4k Co'a Add to District No. Two I,

to Enrich It. Tbeae reliable tonic prep- 1920. the maid debtor was duly adjudged bankru.t. 1920. or .n thereafter aa I may be heard I Starke. assessed Owen G.rln..r.crtn..l. Hr.trlet Ni. Three !
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NW
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cities fall drive his creditors apply lor. pardon for L. C. Franklin who Dfednt the No 191 rmbrr. SRK of District' No, Four.District .
never to out Impurities In and that tl. first meeting of apiiearing by t S. R. 40 .
I .p.n % Tp. 7. Rest Mrea.assessed
.. No. Five.
of LawExchange of burglary at the of above that 2
the blood. will be held In the office the Referee. ..on.le. f.1 .n filed In the 8. 8. Chandler.Certificate .
Building In the City of Jacksonville.Duval the el..lt for Bradford "olnlF. In 111. Jim Luke thedefendant. therein DlHtrlct No Six.
n.mr.I. No. 111111<> RWK N of
The Power District .
of "r.e. Seven.
Strength-Creating GROVE'S
county. Florida on October 22, 1920 at Anyone desiring may then be heard on la a non-resident of the State of .
TASTELESS Chill TONIC baa made it creditors merita of the town of Ry.. s. 27. Tp. 7, 8. R. 2S F..I. 11* acres. IM.trlct No. Fight
10 ocloek: a. m.. at which time said application.WM. that he la a resident of the I'rn. ._ Paul
the favorite tonic In thousands of homes. may attend prove their elaima. appoint C. HODGES. wfck. State of Georgia and la over age .d said J. shall fie redeemed District No. Nine .
tMIII...... examine the bankrupt, .nd transact 10-1.2110-1. Attorney for Petitioner.. of yean t I. therefore. ordered. ] 1nl. r."llet. District' No Eleven.
More than thirty-five years ago folk before twenty-one I and Is .""ordln. to t. drd ...1 Issue thereon In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
inch other bunmesa aa may properly come that maid non-resident defendant
would ride a long distance to get GROVES said meeting. NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE hereby to to the b complaint cn day of f.t".. D. t20. my hand and .fl.ed the G..t seal of the

TASTELESS ChIU TONIC when a Jacksonville. "'I... Oct. 11. 1920. Sixty nays, after data hereof. I. the under .qulr. .p"D. .on or before Monday Wln..my .flel.1 .Ion.tu.. ..1920. I this Stato of Tallahaseee, the CapitoL
th, of
member of their family had Malaria or MORGAN F. JONES.It. algned. a. administrator of the estate of the 1st day of November.. .. A. D. 1920. 11h fl'.ml.r. T. WREK8. this the twenty-fourth day of August, A. D.H.

needed a body-building suength-glvliig Referee. In Bankruptcy. tar Wynn late of Bradford ee..tF. H".I otherwise the allegations of said bill will betaken Clerk Circuit Court, Count Flor 1920.
CLAY CRAWFORD.TV .
will vouchers and final .. by sail defendant. O.df"r
my
tonic. (,The formula Is Just the same today aceounta d..d.to the p..nt Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner. County It la further eonf. ordered that this order be ida. SEAL) S.) Secretary 01 ft

and you can get it from any Vaft NOTICE Judge of Bradford county. Florida and ..1 once a week for four consecutive By C. A. KNIGHT W. J. RPPHRSON

store. GOo per bottle. Notice I. hereby given. that the. undersigned to Ite. discharged .. much administrator. publ.h..1. the Bradford County Telegraph a 11-1-1..10.11 Deputy CI.rl. th.lf. Bradford County. -8-ft-lO-N

Cora L. Cason .. administratrix of the estate Thl. the Hth dar of October. IflZtt. newspaper published In maid County and NOTICE OP APPLICATION DEREUNlink -
or Charles 1' Casein deceased. on December A. M. WILLIAMS. Stale.' rR- "

15 1920. at 10 ocloek: in the forenoon of maid Administrator of the EState of Halter Wynn. Thla Spl..mbr 25. 190. (; SECTION STATUTES OF COMPLAINTIn

day will present and make a final return to deeeaaed. 10-B-.t-ll-f W. T. WF.EK8 Hen-by )NIRAI. W. E. the Circuit Court of Florida,

I the Honorable George: A. Gardiner County (f.1 Clerk Circuit Court. purchaser .t. .I..n. I.t Xnl"ht Eighth Judicial Clrult, Bradford
Judge of Bradford County, Florida at hrs By C. A. KNIGHT. .rtll. n.mbr
APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED County I. Chancery.
OF ,
NOTICE respectively. (4, VI. 2f 44. .
Tonic chambers In the Courthouse. of said county In Deputy Clerk. 1. 8.f2.
J. C. Adkins,
UNDER HKCTION C7I OP THE 75 77. 107 128. 1X0
the Town of Starke. Florida of her report. E. M JOHNS. 11. 110. 10. 11. Cmpl.ln.nt
CENERAL STATUTES I and Issued
Ifl. 17
and much administratrix of said Solicitor for Complainant. 11. 17. 1.1
aceounta as la hereby that Hoover BI., 101.1110.2.i' Collector Bradford Count, John Alexander Graham James
NoU. .r
estate and will then and there apply to said nil-chaser of 'I' .Iv.n No. 128. d. Said certificate being dated "Iord., I* Gales, Hamuel C. lane, J. D.

For Women"I judge for her discharge aa such admtnlatraDaUd the. Bth day of ."Crtll.. D. 1915.I h.filed NOTICE OF ELECTION and has tl..d saUl e.,> l..\m. my Mcl imore. J. R. Earl., J. C

trl. this October saul e.rUII..l In my office .nd made I. C. F. Hoover Mayor. of Starke. Florida office and tma application for tat deedto F.dla. T. W. .Pitta John I. .
at Starke Florida, on application tax deed to lassie In accordance h. "I..u of the authority vested in me bylaw Issue In accordance with law. J r., Chas Roberta, W. Lara

15 1U20.\ CORA L. CASON.l0.15c't..1210. with law. Said certificate embraces the fol- do hereby ..1 a Special Election to be Paid e.rUI..I. _respectively. embraces. the and Francis I. McCall, Defendante. -

was hardly able to drag. I As Administratrix Aforesaid. owing d.rl" property situated In Bmd- held at the Town 1.1 In the aforesaid town. I.lowln" 1..0. Bradford County Florida .
lord ., to.witi1.0t5 by the qu.ln"" Ih..I. on Tuesday the .. at Hate of the I.u..e. of such It appearing by sworn bill .In the above) ,
.
WU so weakened. writes Mrs. 4, 6. 9. II of Ilk "0" In Ri.lng'a 28th d .f Otob. 1920 for the pun>oaa of certificates In the n.m. respeetlvely hereinafter I cause that tha residence of .h.nameddefrndanta

W. P. Ray of Easley. S. C. ORDER OF SERVICE IIY PUBLICATION Add to Starkn. The .. being aNaeMfldit ..leetingONE' particularly set forth to-wlt and each of them I
In the Circuit Court of the State of Florida the date of the liwuance of such certificate ALDERMAN. Certificate No. 24 e"re. Iota I, 4 nfBlk I and each of th.m being over the age of ._..

"The doctortreated me for about In and for Bradford County. In the n.m. of Mra. ........ Levlton.Unleaa In.p.t. F. P. Shaffer T. N. Kendrlck. 4 In McKlnney'a Add to Lake l..trr. ,. year I It la therefore ordered that

two months still I didn't Lulu M. Langley. said "nUle.te .h.1 lie redeemed J ul.n .. . asaeaMid Unknown said defendanla. and each of t. be ..)
get Complainant. according to I. l. .I issue thereonon testimony whereof. I hereunto .ul.eri' Certificate No. 27 embraces Lt 11 N of they hereby required to to
any better. I had large family vs 1 the Hth day of No..mbr. I). 1920. my name and cause the meal of the Ry In T. K. Ix-klo'e 2nd Add Lake Butl.r. Hill of Complaint' .In laid cause on or fee.fiire .
and felt Jests J. Christianson et alIh.frndsnt.s., Witness my .I..n.la.and seal this to lie hereunto affixed this IHth day of Sep.teml.s'r. assessed Hattie Wiiiisms.Certiflemle . Monday the day of November 1910.
I surely must do N the Bth day of October. A. D. 1920. 1920. No.2" emhraeea SU. of NEK. otherwise the allegations of said bill of aoenptalnt -

something to enable me to take NOTICE TO UNKNOWN IEFENI1ANTgNotice W.T.WE1K8 (Stall C. F. HOOVER. Sec. 84, Tp. 5. S. R. 20 East, 80 acres. aaftenscd ..1 be taken ."onre by ..I dafemtanla. -
la hereby given. to all parties claiming Clerk Circuit Court .. Unknown.C..lf. .
care of my little ones. I had an Interest under Jens. J. Chrlntianinn (Seal) By C. ... KNIGHT. Attest.| Clerk.245tlll2 Mayor.< ..'. No. RR emhraeea Com at NE I It I. further ordered that thla order b .
<; A. FUTCH.
heard of n. M. (',om.o. L. M. Little. Mrs. L. M. Uttl 10-rl-tt-ll.o. Di'liuty' Clerk.. .r .r NF.V4 of SWK run S. I chn.. listed once a week for twelve .n..DI.

T. J. Alderman. A. V. Long May Bell. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION ft ft to It, right of way, thence W ..Inn.uld weeks In the Bradford County ,

Alderman. L. G. 1'0..1.nd W. C. Powell. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED In Clreult State of Eighth right of way 14 chna. 24 f to a pt newspaper published In said county and state.
both doing business .. Powell Powell J. UNDER SECTION 171 OF THE Judicial Curt., ..dl"d 'Iorid.. Chan- nf I.. thenee N 8 degrees, (10 f., This 10th day of AD"ut. A. D. mo.
M. Truhy C. E. Harper! Peninsular. Naval Cunt thence W 210 ft varl.U.n 82 degree ., .W. T. WfEKI.
Stores Company. Gilbert W. Roe Elisabeth GENERAL BTATUTF. cery. S said right of thenceK ( .I) Clerk .
la . M. Truby thence Ill ft CI.'I .
CARDUIThe Roe and her husband. Dr. A. J.Hurgeea fb..by n.te. Charles W. I..pl. .1. .
Burgesa male ._ numbered along said right of way to pt 1_ By O .A. KNIGHT
re-
J. E. Futeh. N. P. Cauthen Mln. pu..h.r. 106. 104. .rlll.( issued by the Compl.ln.nt I equal 1 A In NEK of SWVi' Sea. IH, Tp. S, !8-18M 1-8. lput Clerk.
tile L. Trlplctt. A. Wy.tt. Harry C. Bowers.S. .tl..IF fi. R. 21 1 acre, assessed Joe Jon.
Bradford
for Fa
H. CorWtt l.to' Cunly. Flord. Texas
L. House A. 7.: Adkins. llurtcn < Pecipies.Defendant. NOTICK"OP
Said lOll being Jr.Certificate
John H. William. George Christian- .m" lot 84 In 1.EfO.
of June. A. 1908. and certificates 104 and It appearing by affidavit appended No. 42 .. The 19.
th WftIEAS. .nf.
V son William J. Roe. dated the llth of A. D. that Woodlawn See. 10. Tp. S. R. 22 Fast, of 1HHB. nf the
day In the cause
1X0 being
Au"ut .n.III.lon
Woman's Tonic all deceased. or any of them. or otherwise.either hi fled .h..tl 10 .. assessed Raley-Hamhy Co.Ortfftrata : l.t
Florida ,
191ft and filed the amid certificates In my the uamed. la a did nose one Jol.t pro.poelng .
.
devisee. claimants .
aa heirs grantees No. 44 embracea Sl 4 nf Ntyof
office and baa made application for tax deedto non-reaident of the Stato of Florida, and aha an amendment to the Constitution oft
and to all partlea claiming any interestwhatsoever issue In accordance. with law. The ..le la a resident of Ray City. GI., and la over PWU; of NWK NVj. of ef SICK W'Z ,.. Sl.of Florida and the same" was agreeel

"I 1 decided to try It," con In the land of described southeast aa follows sNortheast certificate .....U..IF .mbre. the folowln. the age of tw.n'F.. U t.o.or.I..d of NE'a f'1..f, N' of SRK If a vote of three-flftha of all the mem.hera )
quarterNE'A
quarter I nf HBK of of RBK of SWK
.. defendant be elected to each
house that tha
land. In Florida that aald W'A vote on
tinues Mrs. Ray . "I took ( of SEM) section twenty-five Z5). Brrord non..ldent bill a of *Ut of of said Joint Resolution
it the data of much and la hereby reanlred to the NI filEf1 were entered upon theirreafiectlva
township six ((6) range. twenty-two (22) .n. erlelaIn t .p..r I of of !W14. t.
eight bottles In N .. Journals with the .
afl..Ire. .
south half of northeast quarter (8K of N the names respectively h.rln.Itr prll.u.l.rlF of aomplant filed In eo. or bfo.. B It. 22 IF'. 05 aaaeaaed Unknown.Certificate yeas and na
of November and they did determine and
set forth towltlCertificate the 1st day th..nn. direct
gained my strength and have E14)). ....t half of northeant quarter ofnorthwest No. 106 embraces. that portion 1920.M.nd.F.otherwise the allegation of maid bill No. f embraoea SWK if SWK that it,. said Joint be ..
quarter (EH of NE'4 of NW'4)I. of NW'See.. Tp 5, S. R. 22 East, 10 n..lulo. .bmtl
had Southeast bv said to the of .
of of Quarter confessed
no more trouble with womanly section thirty-six (86)) township alx ((61 Northwest Quarter wll I'taken d.f.ndant assessed Sarah Williams.Ortineata .I.to. Hlte lh G.n..1
acres
lying E of and Sandemon public road. ordered that this EI..n In .
weakness. I have tea range twenty-two (221 ; aouthweet quarter ....Ino..h..t Bee. 17. Tp.8tk.8. It- 22 E.. .._. aaaessedJ. I lurh.once a week for four aonseautlva No. 17 embraces BWK of NW\ NOW, THrTKKFOHK.November. I. It. Clay CRAW-
quarter (SWK of NEK. aouthWMt 1 pu.l.ht of 20, Tp. ft, S, R.
children and am able to do an quarter of southeast quarter of north J. Truby. the Bradford County T..I..h. a IE'4. 1. Ijekoowa.CertifIcate 2 r.I. "0'1). Secretary of Stale of th State of
Certificate No. 104 embraces the Northeast newspaper published In said County .. a "' ., do hereby give notice
housework N wet quarter SWK' of 8BK of NW'4i.section ). S2 embrace ( In
my and lot out
a .A
of Southwest Wo.I.wn.
Quarter of Thla II. .
eleven (11)) township seven (7))I. Norhwt Qo..r sph 1910.W. CRNERAI. ELECTION:
!
Hee. 12, Tp. ft 8.
doors Quarter. Sec. 6. 2 E.. 10 acres T. WEEKS. I Et
. I can: lure rcom- of
range twenty.two ((221 i weat quarter Clerk Circuit acre.. assessed ttnknowat.Certificate will he held In each ..county In Florida on
assessed Swallow 4h Hopkina.Certificate
mend Car4uL"Take northeast quarter of northeaat quarter (WK No. 10 embraces Northeast (1.1 By A. Cr. No. 75 embraoea I A In SE Tuesday next ..rr.ln. th first Monday I.
"
of NEK of NEViK northwest quarter ofnortheast ter of Southeast Hre. 14. Tp. or C Deputy Clerk. Or nf NE'of' BW%. See, 2N, Tp. F. S. Nov.m''r.' A. Tuesday be.ing .
quarter (INWK of NEK) west Qu.r.r. 19 East assessed Jesaa Aarons.Certificate the
1 acre
Cardul today. IIIDIIJ' H. 20 E.. 40 Unknown.Unless I). K. KNIGHT. f
half of west half of southwest of .
quarter a of
No. embrace Lots 2 15 SECOND DAY OF NO VEM PER
< ba redeemed 9-17-Tt-lO-Zt
be'Just what need. northeast quarter (IWlAo of WM of SWK 01 said .hal Solicitor for Complainant. '7 Worthlngton for
of the
you according to iaw. tax deed issue thereon Illk 1 In Jn.. anrvey ratification or rejection of the said!
NE41.) northwest quarter INW'4I. north- wil Hee. S 1, Tp. B. R. aaaeaaed Un Joint an amendmentto
on the lat day of November. D. 1 JO.Wltneaa 1 J..t. ] n..lut.n p".ln.
At an
druggists went quarter of southwest quarter NWK of offelal and seal thIs NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED known. the .. of the State of Florists
SW'/i' )I. west half of southwest. quarter of I my .I"n.'u. UNDER SECTION 171 OF THE Certificate No. s! embrace of vial
2Hth of A. D. 19ZO. NWt
B.U southwest quarter (WVj of SW% of 8WV4) day Sp..m. W. T. WEEKS. (.KNEBAL STATUTES tit KWixi. 8. 2, Tp. *. S. I..a NI1: A JOINT RfROI.tTION Proponing, an

section nine (9t'. township eight (8) range. Clerk Court. Bradford County. Flor Hereby notice f given that W. E. Inl.h. acres. S. I'. Wolfe. I Amendment to Article IX of the 4
twenty-two (22) southwest quarter SWK Clrul (Deal) purchaser of .. certificates <..Uf... 100 embraeea NWV4 of NEUfif : Constitution of the Htato of Florida Relating
and northwest quarter of southeast quarterINWI4 Id. By C. A. KNIGHT.10.I.a..l0.2. respectively IS. 20, 21. 90. SI. Ho nomr. IEf. 18. Tp. C. H. R. 22 .. 10 I to Taxation and Finance. I:
( of $EVi.) section' fifteen NNi) township Deputy Clerk. 112. 116 117 119 127. 167 and Ill leaned ... .11 A Hopkins.Certificate I Re It R.olv.t by the .1..Iu"of the
eight (B eouth
) range twenty-two
Tax Collector of Bradford County No. embraoea ZA A fltato of
ASPIRINName east quarter of northwest quarter (SEK\ ofNWK "I th. Held certificate being dated August at .NW Cop of Canter aV Lawtey 4kStarke : That the following amendment
). west half of northwest quarter (W>,4 NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE 5th.. 1"1.nd has ..Id In public road ,!ln along Centerfit a of Article 9 of the t II
.
of NWK. southwest quarter (SWK). ....- Sixty daya after date hereof. 1. the undersigned office aad has li application e.rtll. .tax 4)10) ft In land owned t. N. D.Ifagaman Stale of Florida Con.ttuton and finance .
my 10".11 .I.tn.
tier three III. township eight IBI.) range aa of the of Anna P. .
E..ulr. .tal deed t Issue In accordance with law. thence meld 260 ft. la hereby and shall be ana.mltled
twenty-two 12211) t east. half of southwest quarter I Wall, late County. Florida, 'deceased Said.certificates respectively, embraces the thence y.trlF 430 r to said road thene to the electors of the Stato for adoption
of northeast quarter (EK of SWK' of N' will present my voucher and final ae.eounta I following lands In Bradford County Florida. S along .. ,. beg. In Temple'a or rejection at next general ek-a-

"Bayer" on Genuine E'4 I. west half of west half of southwest the Hon. A. Gardiner., CountyJudge aaseased at the date of the Iu.n. of such slip, equals 1A.. S. 22. Tp. a. B. inn heM, hereafter, th la to say that It...
quarter of northeast quarter (WIof. WWj. of of Bradford County Florida. and ..1 I certIficates In the hereinafter 22 East. 8 mere, _, Joe Morn. tlon I of Article I of the Constitution of the
SWK of ?NEK. southeast quarter of north.west to he discharged aa such Executrix. particularly n.m.forth towltiCertificate ( .. No. 120 eb. I. K of State of Florida ao aa read
(SRK of NWK> west half ofWest This the of .a : ..m..nd.o t .
Qu..r 1st day October lit* Hit. 18 embraces HF.V of NE'4 Illk 14. Temple's Add t Starke, aaaeaaed Unknown. follows tSection
southwest quarter of southeast MRS. <. ;0. J. of W t. The have
WHIT. of NE'xl
A NEW pow.
Quarter of WU,, of SWK of 8EK) : Executrix of the Estate of .. NWU NWI 1."I.lalur.h.1
IWI J, of NWU eV ., of 8W' axIxita Certificate. No. 12 embrace one lot In .. to provide for Issuing bonda only
h.1 west half of .outh..t quarterof O 10-l-.- 1.26. 1. .. aub-dlv. He*. S. 111 SO Starke I..und. E W. M. Edwaroa, S by for the purpme of repelling Invasion or stir
U. .no.h.t quarter lICUj. of WU 018W'4 East.. 430 acres asaeased Unknown. II. I'.- '. A Mra. H..I. W hI pressing Insurrection or for the purpo"f

of 8E'I. section twelve ((12). town- ORDER FOR PUBLICATION Certificate No. 20 embraces NW' of 8WU llr.lway lit. A N by A. I. AI..'. redeeming or .fondln. bonds alr"<
.
five ..
hip In all). rn. tw..nIF.tw((22) eon.lainlng In Circuit Court State of Florida. Eighth ex. I A In SW Cor., Hec. 11. I. S See. 2H, Tp. 6. 8. It. I .. r. I, surd at a '....r Interest or 'r '

more or 1_. In one Bradford th".nd. forty. (1040) acres Judicial Circuit. Ilradford County. In Chan. H. 20 K.. B acres, .Id P. Cfin. .: Wills.f'.rtfIsiata. purpose of acquiring bulldineaid, mni! "-
.ountF.A eery. No. 21 .SW% of NE\ No. 110 embraces Ixita I. S of Ing a system of good roads and bridweethroughout
ad and each of C""lle.t .
you you are hereby orderml E. Johnson aV NWor NEK E Illk 14 In Lincoln City assessed Unknown.Certificate thla State under such regulatlonaaa '

answer to .Pl..r the bill In th above....UUe court. to Cmpl.ln.nt W 4 of NE'4' eV NEK of NW'4 *\$% of No. 149 embrace NW14 of N may be prescribed by an Act of the Leg.

In the .. the .In.t VU I SWVi of NWK.4k WVi. of BE of NW\ W'4 E'4 of W\ See. l'. Tp. 7. 8. R l.lature : provided that any bond issues au.thorlsed .
al you .for.-n.m.. . on day Llsaie Johnson eNEK of sW1 (ex 10 A In SW 21 East, 120 aerea. I- Peek. In pursuance hereof for a system of

"Bayer Tablets of la The J.nua.Bradford County Telegraph la Defendant.It SEK of ( I A In NE Cor) S Certificate No. 154 .mh. BF'xi of SW' rood roana and bridge ahall no exceed la
Aspirin" genUine designated .. the in which h..hF'thia appearing by affidavit aDDended t thabill It. Tp. 6. 8.\R. 20 E.. tlf aerea _-S... 2. Tp. 7. 8. I 2 :. 40 . amount five Ill) per cent of .I tax aaeesnnient -
newspaper
Aspirin proved safe by millions notice .hall published for twelve I filed In the ahove-atated eaoaa Unknown. aessed Unknown. of the stale at the time of ....
h .u..I. I embraces Iota S. 4 of Certificate No. 178 embraeea NEK of NW' The votea east In compliance with said
and prescribed by physicians for over weeka prior amid 8rd day of January A. D. I aia Johnson the defendant therein .Ij 1.a I Certificate No. SO
'I resident of the ftat of Florida Blk 4 In McKlnney'a Add to Lake Butler or E of Ry.. See. 2, 'rp. H. S. R 2 East; proposed amendment and the canvass, declaration

twenty years. Accept only an unbroken mi.Wltneaa my hand and seal of office thb 1st aeals herself ao .of subpoena New Lake Hutler Sec. 80. Tp. I. I I SO acres, asaesMd N. P. Cauthen. and returns th..I. shall he subjectedto

"Bayer package" which contains day of October. A. D. 1520. 1 not ba served upon her and U over the E., aaaessed Unknown Certificate No 17* embraces NEK of N the same regulations and reHtrlctlona. aa
Proper W. T. of twenty-one yeara : It la therefore en-I Certificate No. 81 embracea Com 116 ft El\ Sea. 4. A. 8. I 22 East, 40 aerea are provided! by law for general electlona In
directions to relieve Headache. Clerk of Circuit Court for Bradford WEEKS. that said resident Defendant b and hi N of HE Cor of DiM 9 In original town of .. s.d N. P. Cuthe. the flute of Florida.IN .

Toothache Earache, Neuralgia. Rheumatism of Florida.' CoU..tF.8tate by required to appear t U of .mlI.ln' lake Butler run N S4 ft. W IOS ft S Certificate 17 .., E'01 NEK TESTIMONY WhEREOF
Colds (Seal) By C. A. KNIGHT. I filed In the maid cause .ro. Monday 54.f. K lull ft to pt of beg. Sea. 80. Tp ,., NW'4 EM E>4 of 8Wi\. I have hereunto set my lanJand
and Pain. Handy tin Clerk. the let day of November A. other t. R. 20 E.. asaaased S. A. Draper. Tp. I. S. R. 22 East. (10 acres, affixed the Great Real of
boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. CHARLES A. POWERS JputF .J the attentions of said bill will b tk." Certificate No. 88 ehr.... All NE% ofNWK known. (REAL) the Hla'e of Florida, at Tallahassee

Druggists; also sell Solicitor for Com plain ant. 1O.8.lat-l241 by maid "cnt N of A. C. L. Ry., I. IT, Tp. S. Certificate No. 11 embrace 8 !."- of P the Capital this the
larger "Bayer I la further ordered this order ba S. R. 21 E.. 6 acres, /.... Florence 8-4 of KF.K of '/ EY of WU twenty-eighth day of July A
Packages. Aspirin is trade markMonoaceticacidea. I publlh once a week for four aonaeeutlva Cobb. SW' of NEKSee.. 9. Tp. K. !E2 East. D. IIUO.n. .

B.ver Manufacture ORDER or seRvice BY PUBLICATIONIn the Bradford County 'Telea-raph. a Certificate no. *1 emnraeea <. of W'4 acres, assessed Unknown. CLAY CRAWFORD.

- -- tti. Circuit.. Court of th* St.*.. of "'lrld.. newapaper published In .I Count and of J11 .E* of NEK of IE\.. Bee. U. unless said aertlflcatea .h.1 b redeemed 11-I\tO.2. Secretary of Btoto.




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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGHAPIf. 8TARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY OCTOBER 15. 1920.Bradford ,
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i not ]live In the block belt and! there I it- '. ,-. -. .. -.-. 'I -.., '- .;
County TelttyrapliPnblixlud ( ( I no danger of negro rule in our loral BLOOD ISFUEL

-- affairs, but we are a part of the tate II I
--- t land nation and in all fairness 'each I
Weekly, and rntvrrdc- TO
| one ih bound to render reasonableerr ;
rod rlak mailer al! Hie i> 1
vice piumotlng good gnernimnt.
I in /
a Stark, Florida. By the enactment of the culTrage" I THE BODY I Have
==------ II amendment the highest! legislative Great
B.: S. MATTHEWS. Editor:; and Owner, body in this land has raft upon our I I
_ '", women the same huiden obligationand -
t.. duty that rent upon men. It i is PU.Mn.li: llllMlfGII) THi; Bl-sTHM' : I
...,. .
I""" '" 1"I M ir.- ?!"i IT SUSTAINS
\ I\ L v. I I' ". tiI Hue that any unman may refuse to HV 'I liE IIKAKT
I discharge that duty of Christian citiKcnKhip '111I'IIS'J.ES; ; AND' TU I I i YOU
,j r !I Ir but -he cannot throw off such I. SUESI'Ef'TO.11.tNCAN Reduction I

t ,; \IU(1tATIC: PKESIDEN1IAL' I.I' r Hpom ELECTORS she declines\ to vote, she cannot es / : HELPS HUMHI\ 'I
,1. _____ ('apf''oMponllibllity for rottenncHs in I I
i .1 Martin Caraballo. P. W Corr politics, or for Incompetent or corrupt hiii: THE QUALITY OP lOt'KJILOOI
i i r f' Charles E. Jones W. V. Kriott.G. officials ) AT ITS BEST-IT AttendedOur
Soon after the Nineteenth Amendment IS VIGOROUS IIKAI.TIIAM Hardware
f + .i J. G. Sharon. G. B. Wclle.I
ratified Tennessee
I WOK by one ) ABILITY TO AC-
of my friends said to me? something, COM; PUSH MUCH
I Giving the women the ballot isn't i, like thin: "I do not care how many
i going: to change: one custom. They'll J amendments may be adopted and! ratified mood acts like a fuel. Pumped
'
" ? still nit flat on the floor when they put I I shall never vote:. I then replied through/: the body by the heart, it I
1 on their shoes end stockings.-Xolfo "It is a comfort to remember sustains the muscles and tissues It I II II SaleFor
Springs Truth. How did you come to that women always have claimed and renews them. It feeds the
find that out, Bro. Hancock ? exercised! the privilege of hanging I i the tissues of the rye and fate.brnln-I

I I! their minds as often as they please. I in why people look tin pale and
It1il ; About 3000 immigrants from Southern know you are a woman of education, I when blood is impoverished. The body ): H
Europe arrive in New York daily. I refinement and( high/: ideals And when I. tissues are being supplied with weak I SALE ?
l They are unskilled men imd will soon you consider this matter and dee that fuel. The blood has not enough; red
) r 'I begin to compete with the negroes in the help' of all good women Ig essential I. corpuscles. You would not eat poor
rough work, nnd many of the latter to make good government; food with no nourishment in it; no the next
{ will then return to the South, from 'I ble you will register and !PORsl-1 more should you let the fuel that supplies -
I whence they were lured during: the from choice but from a Dense of sustenance- your entire bodybe
war by the promise of high/: wages' lic duty" That she has registered: is inferior Have good blood. Improve 365 DaysWe Your
The Colored men will be welcomed (I( very encouraging! and I believe her] the quality and keep It at its
back, as the scarcity of unskilled help '; ballot will be cant conscientiously in'i iI best
1, is Bcvtiely felt. I'I'I. every election is long as she lives. I l
1 I It you look pale and feel weak, if I
.. think pfd I I
-- her experience and change
r I r : > : enthusiasm and
i t I have lost I
i 1z I A 'profitablevay to invest capital ;ivr mind is typical and that she will! bet' energy you if your your blood is clogged: with I

: there, unit At the sump time confer a'' one among/ many thousands In the poisons, your system is being fed with I
'I (
,benefit on this section, would be to | South, wtio neVcr sought the ballot, a poor grade of blood. That is no way jl| will Sell all I Neighbors
I Ifi vreet. a potato curing establishment, ,' but will use it. They know they are to go around If you arc not at
yherg: sweet potatoes( could! be sold in not responsible i for the Nineteenth your best, get at the source of the I Goods
Amendment, but they realize the distressing I'ut end to withQut
ir4 the fall by those who find it necessary trouble right away. an
to sell ttt that time, or cured nnd 1 kept ) ; fact that if they refuse to half living.
+' '! until later, when they would! bring discharge this new duty of Christian Take that ideal tonic, Pcpto-Man- reservation, at .Have
better prices. Given such an establishment citizenship\ they will bear a large gan: to tone up your blood and purifyit. - -
r better prices could be paid share of the odium and blame for the Get the full enjoyment out of living the lowest living
Y the farmers for this class of produce election of incompetent or unworthy lireathe fresh air, take exer
+ than is now the cone. Sweet potatoes | official, with the resulting bad government. : I cise. prices at our
is such a sure and easily grown: crop lie sure to ask for "Glide's Pcpto- ,
1 here that all means to make it yet I Let us hope that the women of I Mangan.; It comes in convenient tablet I Ask Them.
1 w more profitable should be employed. Bradford county will not falter, but form and in liquid. One has the
,t will register without delay, and takean same medicinal value ns the other
'; The lowering of the prices of nearly active part in all elections, for in I There is only one genuine Pepto-Man-\\ HARDWARESTORE
nil\ commodities! is now the order of no other way can anyone of you havea gun/: and the name "Gude's" is on the
the day. But there are some proudcts clear conscience if your government Iackage.-Adv.
; )", which will( \ not be lower in price, but be.falls below what you think it ought to "I 11'\JUSTIU I Last Day Next
L NOTES
rather hiirher. Kerosene, gasoline!: and ,
, other derivatives.: of petroleum; will not I Iv IREVARBASIS !
come down! because production can COMING: DOWN TO A The Consumer's Lumber Company j STARKE

hardly, keep pace with ('onllumption'l)|I |I are busy constructing the Woodlawn TuesdayALVAREZ
i-- school house, between Lawtcy and
und paper will continue to soar in -
price, until "scraps of paper" will bej:' Somewhat' analogous to an earthquake I Raiford. This is a building 24-64; FLORIDA.
worth more to the American citizen except in the matter of suddenness feet and has two rooms. It will be''
I than they were to the erstwhile German is the present continuous decline arranged according to the "Georgia'
emperor. New sources of pulp in prices When by reason of slow I I plan," one of the specifications being
recently discovered may check the ups subsidence or elevation of a large: region | that the windows shall be so placed & GRAHAM
, s 'ward price tendency, after a year or : a strain is put on the strata of that the light: comes from behind the'
\ two, but there is no hope for lower rock in that region: the weakest strat-i\ left fchouUler of each pupil, on the
I I prices of paper.If '( um yields and breaks and the strain is \1 "eye saving principle." The Dependable Store
:i thrown on other strata in an Increased The same company are also con- Come early
all signs: do riot fail the coming, degree They break in turn, the I structing within their sales room a
winter will see a large influx of Bet; parts slide past each other and al I "soundproof hearing: room." This has
tiers to the section around! Sturke and "fault" l is created. As the pints thus I been found necessary on account of and avoid the
slip by each other vibration the demand for Columbia Graf- --,"-
i to the county at large We need new waves of great
settlers, both to develop our manifold! are sent in all\ directions from the onolas and records, sold by the company
resources and to help us bring: about "fault" which makes the surface move I The room is built of material rush
v Improvements of various kinds. We violently, cracking: or overthrowingthe that does not conduct sound, and music --
f 1, have a few men working hard and works of puny man upon that surface played in it is heard plainly, no
t spending money to turn home-seeke"'l' and crushing perhaps hundreds! matter how much noise outside Or GENERAL INSURANCE l
this way, hut'IIlmo t every citizen of lof human beings in the ruin one piece of music may be played in
', ,I" the county may be Instrumental in '' Speaking of the convulsion in the the room and another outside, with- ,,
HAROLD C. WALL
b I: thus increasing: our population and ,' grain mnikets; the Market Reporter, out tune interference I
{ r wealth by inducing friends, living: the weekly i issued by the United -
'+ r, elsewhere to come to Bradford! The States department of agriculture/: bureau -I The cylinder head of the Telegraph's STARKE FLORIDA :
, i "keep off the glass": policy has prevailed of markets, says in its latest Is- I engine: had been so choked with carbon ,
I ': here too long for our good: ; let met: ]I as to almost refuse to work. It DewittC FIRE, LIFE, BONDS. AUTOMOBILE I
m} us henceforth invite immigration to "The break of 11 1-2 cents in the would require half a day to take off ,i
"+ our boundaries I(I price of December wheat in .thlt Chicago the head! and scrape it out by hold I
i .. I II ]I market on the 24th could probably -: and there was no time for it. E. II.

'1 THE. EVIL OF MOVINGOne be traced indirectly to the cut in Smith, the garage/: man, was engaged/: :
price of Ford automobiles and the I II 'lie' brought: his acetylene container,
- -- - --
I( statement issued by that company : and the under high: was r-; --- - --
by one Bradford county men on gas, pressure ---
Y who hud gone elsewhere in the hope the 21st relative to war prices. Since I I ignited and forced into the spark plug
of bettering themselves, 1'8tUl'n. and that statement by the F'ordIotOI'! Co opening: of the engine The intense C.Jones C.C Something You Need Something; You Want
1 wish they had never gone: away. Some the commercial atmosphere of the I I heat of the flame burned the carbonout
of them sold! their holdings for whatever market centers seems to be charged! '' in less than five minutes.
they could get, in the hope of with the Idea that the whole country
retrieving' their losses "in less than must soon get back to prewar basisns Those Bradford county farmers who GUARDIAN STOCKCONDITIONER
no time," and all\ broke old! bonds and ( regards/: prices The fact that the are already using: Fordson tractorsare
associations und the standing and Bruin\ "1'0)18Vl're) grown at a cost reflecting : I. N. Cable Brooklyn! ; J. M. Tru-
TI good outlook for prosperity they had : war )prices ,nnd! that everything by and II. L. Stevenson, Staike; 11.
+ acquired after many years of hard! /: which the farmer has bought up A. Hewitt Lake Butler, and II. N.
II work and economy were thrown to the to this time has been puid for on a Abraham, Lawtey. Several more are
j ? winds. The rule seems to be that basis of CO-rent dollars, does not seem awaiting arrival of Fordsons wh chtht'y
I'' ( t when WI' leave a place where we have to enter into the proposition." have ordered. Beside the many
I dwelled long time, we have to make 1 While as a )producer the Florida other uses to which this tractor can This stock conditioner is sold wholly as a pre-
several changes of residence before we i i f aimer is not concerned directly with be put Is dragging: logs home for fuel
Again/: find a permanent habitation, the movements of the grain markets, II and plowing furrows through (wetland ventative against contagious diseases, and not as
andearh moving costs money-in fact he is well aware that any general: for drainage the water eventually a feed
is so disastrous to purse and goods movement toward lower prices is eroding the furrows until they
andTeH'em
,,' that tho .saying "three movings is ns hound to affect him to some degree.: become capacious ditches I 35
J bad an a fin-." deems hardly exagger Until nn t-nithquake is reached in the I per cent Reduction
, '" ated. And! another old saying, that a cost of living: some must suffer in every N. B. Hull has a novel contrivancefor
1 rolling stone gathec8.no.\ nioss, comes line Any attempt to counteractthe I sawing wood at his wood yard. Atone I
1"
r home with true 1IIlrili t\I\lwe.\ tremendous forces that are working end of the machine is a circularsaw In Priceto
t j I On the return of the "emigrant": he in the direction of readjustmentof I at the other a shaft having: two I
is seldom able to buy back what he the n 01 Id's business ore futile. The pulleys 6(1( inches apart lie jacks up that introduce this stock and poultry preventive. Regular
r;, had sacrificed for "'toOnJ.\',*old friendships but'mug: of gin/: neries, for instance the rear axle of his trusty Henry Fond
; ; have cooled off nnd by many he will have no effect upon the price of I and bucks the machine against/: it incueh price: 50 pounds, $9.50: 35 per cent off, $6.18.

2 has been! forgotten. If he is a middle- cotton, nor will endeavors clam) thepart I' a way that the pulleys press I 25 pounds., regular price, $4.75; 35 per cent off, $3.09.
i aged men he find! that he is not able of ol'lCanlzlllIhol' to prevent the i against! the wheels lie then starts you saw me,
i to "sUrt at the stump," and after,, inevitable reduction of the level of Henry up, and the friction of its tires ; Feed this, and prevent your horses, cattle bogs and
I
some time has been spent, in looking wages succeed! makes the pulleys spin around. In poultry from growing sick and dying. October and
I about for a suitable venture his money I Cooperation in selling: and buying: is the middle of the shaft is IT pulley and my name I
a November the most
two months when stock
vanishes amid he finds! himself under the most promising means of relieving I from which a belt leads to a pulley on are are
the necessity of going! to work for the strain upon) the farmer. Cooperation I the shaft having the saw-and there apt to get diseases. Your chance to get this preventive

I y others, perhaps for those he had om't'tl'it'd in ,production, community I you are. If the rear tires of the is will be gone in a few days, and a few days may
to persuade to do as he did I, sellout \ effoit, whereby a rural neighborhoodi } | car wear fact, the front tires do not I
2 and go: away. I i or district establishes a reputation I' wear at all\, and there you are ngain.i I I mean a big money loss to you in stock and poultry. ,

:Moving awry is a serious undertaking for producing the best and largest ;i The contrivance gives fulj' satisfaction. : Ingredients of Stock Conditioner-Palm meal, wormSeed +f,
and! those who do not believe in amount possible" of any particularkind .
rainbow chasing will lead the easiest of farm products, by specializing: The Staike Lath ('o., is the new I Sodium, quassia, charcoal, copperas, sulphur,
' life and enjoy the greatest prosperity. |Iin production, Is another menus that I name for the. firm of Cooper & Snell- FARMERBROWN sulphate of soda, protein, fa' and fibre. Feed one tab-
\ .--.----. I may be. worked In conjunction with grove/: since J. F. C nova became aI ''I lespoonful twice a day to each head.
to 1 t (Continued From Page/: 1)). I the first< named. I I member. This company have been
I ---- The farming Interest in this country I i busy erecting sheds for their lath mill I Ingredients Poultry Conditioner-Palm meal, quay
1 special elections in which all\ elector has" been, in the past, but a rope of at the canning: factory building:, overhauling aria salts
i epsom oyster shell, red iron ore, capsicum ,t
should take part. j sand. Present influences are drivingour : the engine; and boiler there, %
:' I think there u, no doubt that of the fiirmers! closer together in the direction erecting a new smoke stack and putting I sulphur worm seed, protein, fat and''' fibre: Feed one

I MEN. in Bradford county, those who of organization and of a community I : up their lath machinery They teaspoonful for each ten head a day. This will increase
d i want good gOV{'I'llIl1l'lIt are in the majority of feeling\ a mutual sympathy" will probably in sawing: lath again: the yield also.
egg Mail Orders Filled.
ll but we cannot feel sure that which must in the end work out for :I this week
"' the MEN who will vote for the right/: the benefit of Times-Union., ,| Griffin & Johns ship off their shingles t
outnumber the MEN AND WOMEN: ,I I "-- -.- made of heart cypress as soon as C. S. DURLING
l WHITE AND BLACK, who are on the The Qulnloe That Does /Not Allect Tie Head I| manufactured and have much trou I i STARKE "
opposite side. For that reason every fW"u.? of Its tonlo and IniMlvc LAXA.. ble to Ret/ material now, while the I FLORIDA't
1IN K UKUMU QUININE: ( ..., caTlw
Tub
in this .ohn of labor I I
( reputable white woman county nnviMiwithout swamps are full water and _
pv rnunhitl _
uerv"uane: cr rL!:+''alnn
ought/\ to register immediately We do rout; IIVM. \v.CKO\fc3.Wu u.uahux. rue ii scarce. I i\! --- - - -- ---






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nUllAOCTOBF.R 15. 1920. 11RADPOUU COUNTY' TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAGE FIVr:


at {sternberjf's. Healing Powder quickly heal, d some to name of "IlanV; wore small |>nid fi.i return to K S. Matthew,

I bud wire cuts tin my horse 1 defy any )leather collar with name place but Sin ike, or for information of his
The!< registration books will dune stranger to find the slightest near on no lettering plate Reward will) be. whereabouts JO-15-tf. I
t 1 tomorrow evininij, (Saturday), and him."
Bits of LocalInformation .
there \Ii' yi-t time for many women to I Dr. L*.Gear's Advice and Remedy

rcg-istor. Those who have not already saved this valuable animal lie warn-- / -- -
done ao should read the article "Why
you not t.> lea,'(' a wound sore" m *nt
\\"llI1eh'Should Vote," appearing elsewhere exposed, but to dust on Dr. IAdo.i.

in this Issue Antiseptic Healing Powder, which instantly

.&--hoI O.. P.r.. lII.uM.11 .nt forms an antiseptic pretcvtu.n Great Reduction
P.NI., M M. c._a-.a' r. George Hoffman, Mrs. J. R Davis and jiromotn' healing.
nephew, writes from Hel-
Antwerp,
i In his JK veterinary
i years plat
glum that he has made an interestingvoyage '
tire and expert poultry breeding: hrLt'Gcar
I
- -- und has stopped at Yokohama, 1
has compounded! a remedy fur
The People's Grocery keeps fresh Savannah, where they visited his sister Kobe and Shimonoscki Japan; Saigon every curable! ailment of stock orI Sale

Mrs. R. E. Gahagan. French Indo-China, Signapore, Malay
I g ,. :ril's.In. i I I poult 1')'. Whenever they require ai
Peninsula, Colombo, Ceylon, Port Said remedy, it will as it did Mr. ..
pay you
cbo;: : i ,
j InSpector Egypt, and Belgium.
Dr. school
;\ A. Z. Adklns spent yesterday state high :Mcintyre, to purchase from your deal WE ARE OVERSTOCKED---OUR .
] visited the B. 11. S. last Friday I
Jackxom'ile.Captain I
17 I er the proper Dr. lGeor Remedy on
'j and while here was a guest of Feed, hay, grain, oats at best pri-i a satisfaction or money back guuranI GOODS MUST BE SOLD
S. S. ces. IVople's Grocery Co.
I Prof. Dowling.J.
I R. C. Heiberger, of Brooklyn i I tee

in town Monday.
was
W. White & Son have lately add. F. E. Henry, the well known and I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGFOR
ed a department for their fancy fruits .
popular railway agent at Hampton,
Shoes
of City
Roberson, Sampson ,
Wiley so well screened that no fly can get was a business visitor to Starke Wednesday
business in Starke Wednesday.G. SALE Ford
had in. afternoon Mr.henry has been I Touring car at a

with the Seaboard Air Line Railwayfor bargain. Sec: A. D. Andrews, Kui- .

M. Beville, of Brooker, was In Mrs L. A. Davis returned Tuesday six years and recently took the ford, Flo. 10-15-11 I

Staike Saturday. night from Houston, Texas, where she first vacation he has had during that I ead
attended the General Reunion of U. C. time. FOR SALK:-Cabbage plants $2 per 25 off 20

I'rudy: Johns, of Raiford, was in V. I thousand. Roy Kalch Hampton, Cent of

Starke on business Friday, Fla. 16.15.3t"
We offer free service to persons
Next Sunday will be "Go to churl'ltSllndllY" who have houses in Stork to rent.
Virginia Weeks, of Brooker, spent I WANT TO IIUY-Your cows, heifers
at the :Methodist church.Spe-I Let us know what you have and we
the weekend with Harriet Kitch. cial music and an interesting sermon. will try to get you a tenant. E. A. and bulls that you will sell on account I I Hats25off

A cordial Invitation extended to all. I Strout Farm Agency, G. M. Inman, of the city' new cow law. N. II

Stove pipe, lamps. and lanterns at reprcsenative. 9-24-21. D. Walnwrtght. 10-8-St ..

Kicklittr's. 10-16-21. Bring us your fresh eggs, 55 cents
cash, COc in trade. People's Grocery.I We are under obligations to C. A. FOR SALK':-80 acres good pine; land I 1

:Miss Emma Andrews, of Lawtey, ; Co. Knight, chief deputy under Col. near Lake Butler, Fla. For particulars '
entered the Bradford High School. address H. J. Spence, Purls FI
hat Weeks, for promptly furnishing papers I I
j
Get the habit-Go to People's Grocery for publication in the Telegraph. Gorda, Flu. 10-8-41

lie: fore buying, cal! in and compare for your week's supply of good Mr. Knight keeps all documents in --

the prices nt Sternberg's. fresh groceries. ? such good order that he can find any FOR MIRE-Auto touring car and Dress GinghamsRegular

of them at a moment's notice, and truck. See or phone Howe & Mose- .

Jesse Ncwsom, of Green Cove, has E. A. Strout Farm Agency: sold may be relied on to do all his work ley's market, Lawtey, Fla. E. I). 45c value
entered the sixth grade of the Brad 4,427 farms last year, 401 last month.' correctly. Rowe. 10-8-21 selling at

ford High/ School. We can sell yours. Consult Inman,
Starke, Fla. 94tf. WANTED-To buy upright: or horizontnl -
Wednesday morning about 1 o'clock
Mrs. F. A. Scott went to Jacksonville there wan u rear end collision betweentwo boiler and engine combined, j i 23c.

Monday to attend the Anti-Tu The prices are right on everything freight; trains at Lawtey, causinga 10 to 20 ho'tWPoWC'I'i in good condi- t
tion. J. Lawtey, Fla. I
berculosis Association.If at Sternberg's. ; considerable wreck. While all diligence .
10-1C-41
was used in clearing the track,
you wish to either buy or sell A G. M. Inman, local representativeof no trains could pass during the day,

farm, see Inman, E. A. Strout Farm the E. A. Strout Farm Agency, is causing Starke to be isolated. Travel, FOR SALE-No. 1 cypress shingles Free RaincoatA nl'

Agency, at Starke, Fla. in Petersburg, Va., this week to close express and mails were delayed. $7.r per thousand; primes, $6 up some personal business affairs and thousand. J. C. CI'ewll. Guilford, P

:'>11'. and Mrs. E. Markley Johns and' to talk Florida to his acquaintances. Albert Dubose, one of Starke's well : Fla. 101tf.
Harold Wall went to George Lake on I' 1 known young men, left Wednesday for "Week-end" drawing will be held Saturday, Oct. P

a fishing trip Wednesday.Best Edwin Freeman left Saturday for Tampa, where he will hold a positionin I CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for I 16th, at 4 o'clock, holder of lucky number to be :f
'I Tallahassee where he visited his sister -: prices and ship ties of all)
your
the ofllrc! of G. D. Hill, division auditor presented wtih a guaranteed Raincoat. You must
grade/ flour at low prices J. F. Mrs. L. A. Yates from there going -' of the Seaboard Air Line railway I grades to Gress Manufacturing Co.,
Kickliter. 1015.2t I : to where he is employed in the Mr. Dubose has been attached to Jacksonville, Florida. 8-5-20-lyr be in the store at the time of drawing to win this

Empire Refineries, Bartlesville. Okla., the office of Roadmaster S. A. Bryan i, I coat, as drawing will continue until someone present c

W H. Phillips spent the weekend I in this city for several months, and FOR SALE-Red and Simpson. cane has number corresponding to the one drawn.
here with his family, returning: to 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington: and' his promotion comes as the result of for seed', $2.50: per hundred.' May
Williston Sunday afternoon. little son, of Hastings, spent the weekend careful attention to his cluties.I.'I. be banked on premises A., J. Thomas All numbers drawn at this "week-end" drawingwill

with Mrs. Yelvington's parents,: Starke. 10-8-41 be returned to participate in drawing for
Ladies Coats and Sweaters at Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner, returning -1 c
1 James Hornsby, who lives east of grand prize Oct. 30th, at 4 o'clock.
Sternberg's. home Sunday by auto. Starke, probably has the oldest horse FOR SALE-About four acres good

in Bradford county. It is a mare,!I cane for sale in field. Will strip and
J. E. Wilson returned to Jackson- State Attorney A. V. Long was a bought by him 29! years ago: then a 2. cut or bank it in field for buyer I Other Goods Have Been Reduced

ville Sunday afternoon after spending guest Sunday at the home of 11. C. year old filly. Her first real task was Farm one mile north of Starko. 11. I 1

the day with his wife. Richard lie was enroute to Macclen- to haul lumber for Mr. Hornsby's residence I I M. Snyder, at Jones Hardware I In PriceGRIFFIN f
for the fall term of the circuit
ny in Store. 10-5-2t
1892 from Lakevicw. Lake- r .
N. T. Ritch and R. A. Weeks have court. view wan a boom town situated south I

returned from Hot Springs, Ark., east of Kingslcy; lake. It was born in FOR)I SALE-In Wateroak section 1 & JOHNS I
where they spent the past month. It never rains, it never gets: too 1888 and died in 181:1.!>: The animal mile east of Heilbronn Springs 20 .

I hot, it never gets too cold to be on the still does light work and is assured! ofa acre farm, with option on adjoining STARKE FLORIDA ;i ia ii
Mr and Jell McMillan of E. A. Strout's agent or
Mrs repre-
job.
.
happy old age; as her master would : kinds. Will sell for $i IWO> cash i
Jacksonville are visiting relatives sentativo is always on hand. not part with her at any price or terms. Address L. A I Davis) Tallahassee

here Fla. 10.H3t'FOR
I I H. M. ]Douglass and two sons, Mar WATERDIILLWater

Clifford C. Tatum, of Tampa came tin and Fisher Douglass, were in town -.- . .(

up Thursday morning to attend the 'Saturday. They are extensive and mill Oct.-If.. Miss Alva SALlv-W acre farm, good ,. _ .\ -
-- -
fence 10 of -
funeral of his father, Mr. J. M. Tatum. successful farmers, living about eight Thomas loft Sunday for Vanderbilt buildings and ; acres I t'
miles west of Lake Butler I corn and velvet beans; several plows ,
where she will act assistant
as teach ad-
Also n
improvement on acres
Mrs Albert Anderson and littleson '
,
have returned home after a visit Joys' $20 Suits only $12.95 atSternberg'l' er.Dr. I joining. 3 miles west of Lawtey on Cash Capilal and Bank Credit .
Russell of Brooker visitor r
was a Raiford road. Price 1200. II. S. ...
with relatives in Philadelphia. !. I
here Friday.Mrs. .
I Norman, Inverness Fla. 10-8-31
Ida Goodge returned home on
E. K. Perryman spent part of last Mis. E. R. Poppell and children returned '
Sunday from Sampson where she had
week in South Florida and while away home Sunday afternoon from been visiting friends I FOR SALE<:Georgia Grown Cabbage Both can be built up and maintained ready for UM.

visited Orlando and West Palm Beach I Lake Butler, where they had spent the Misses Rhoda and Kebu Brown were' Plants. Will grow: very fine heads I Every (farmer knows llint good .equipment helps| a lot to S
___ ___ I j: set this month In your section Ear. I
:' enta. shopping in tracker Saturday afternoon make work easier and acrnnipliuli more in a given time.
,
Ladies Coat Suits, $25: and up ly Jersey and Charleston Wakefield, I

at :Sternberg's.Mrs.; I I Lee Gainoy, of Brooker, was here Flat Dutch.: Express $2 per 1.000; Helpful' bank service nlioiild IIP mode a part of( your farm .
I. N. Cable, of Brooklyn, was In Sunday afternoon. prepaid mail 800, $1; 500( $1.50; equipment, and used connlanlly. r.

: Bryant Hodges: of Jackson- i, town Monday. :Mr. Cable is a grower: I Mrs. J. If. Brown and Mrs. W. R.Hodges 1.000.( $2.60. Georgia Whitehead
vine was a guest this week of her I: of Napier grass, which he believes i is ;| : were on the sick list lust week and Buncombe collards same price. There is a financial aide i lo farming and the (farmer need

1)III'ent8.11': and Mrs A .P. Hoffman a coming forage for this section, and A. I.. Green was in Brooker Saturday Parker Farms, MoultriE!, Ga._10.1.4t) both a cash capital and bank treclil,-both filh. in well wild '
has had much success in producing it. I -I ---
I I .the. farming that In (fact the successful( farmer is
Ellery M. Davis returned Wednesday Willie Fowler, of New River was LOST--Male pointer puppy, about tll tllI pay
from Archer, where he has been !Mrs A. Price, who has spent the a visitor here Saturday. four months old; white with liver- always (lie one with nomr working capital in the form of

visiting; for the past two weeks. I.I. past, summer Pa., returned with her Wednesday son in Kingston to:! Evan' lodge; spent Sunday in New I I colored earn and' forehead; answers ) cash and bank trcclil al bill command. I Ilrre you can

River section with friends.Dr. .
Mrs : winter in Starke. Her I build a cash capital and cultivate bank credit.
Annip C. Jones, of Intcrlach- spend the many .
en, returned home Friday after a visit friends here are glad to welcome her' a caller Carefoot here! Sunday., of Worthington: was OH, DEAR! MY BACK!

with Mrs. Emma Richard. back WV" Miss Gertrude I'arrish, of Five Mile Merciful Heavens[ how my back I I
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apentthe week-end here with her cousin hurts in the morning 1" It's all i I II
Mr. and Mrs J. W. White and lit. Chickens wanted. Pay cash. J. F. Pearl Greene I

tie granddaughter, Etholin White, Kieklitcr. 10-15-21 i I due lver.abumJ.t to an Bank of Starke
spent Sunday in Jacksonville. NOTIC'EIn ( i
Men's $5.: $6 and $7 Hats only the Unlt<..! filKtra District Court, South. ante of that! I II
"rn Illntrlct nf Fliirlilu.'n poison called a r The (Bank of I lelpful Srivicr. ti
:Middy Suits .1.98 at Sternberg's.Last .
at Sternberg's.O. .
!hi* matter or Sum llom-nhfrir. Itankmpt.Nntlci .
I uric i acid.l
I. hi'ifhy rlv.*n to lhi anNlilmir of the \
M. Alvarez, of Raiford left on week several ladies of the community al."vi. niimpil bankrupt that aM hanltrunt ruin The kidneys rare ,- E. S. MATTHEWS, Pr..s. CEO C WI HIE, Cashier
filed hid l.Mltlon mittlnv. forth hi. offer ofeomiKm not ablo \11I11'11\ I
Tuesday for the naval aviation camp kitchen made soap, canned tins In full Hettlcmt'nt to nil hla un. t II I I +
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field at Norfolk, Va. guavas and made pickles. The com secured. rr..l tor. not ntltlftd to priority. whlrh to get rid of \ -
ti rma have lawn .<-cpt.., convenienceand
munity kitchen is a great .
and amount of nil crtMlltom whn.eclaim.
L Harrell, one of Lawtey's hustling help to housekeepers. have Item allowed, and that thi eon46r".ton I el i lions you -
to. |Iw pnld l hy him to hi.. creditor can readilyovercome -
business men, was in town Sat- and the rosin' of the prnet>i>dinira have lw.i.n I )
irduyW I Mrs. Paul E. Canova and little dulv iKiiilii-il. with the rffrnw and anlilnit that \ +.
daughter, Eunice, left Saturday for nnlif crtmponftlon ho conHrmM hy the court and prolong I /
N..tirp In hewhv irlvpn that I
a hartnir will life by taking "
H. Jones an ex.m-rt sales manager Macon, Ga. They were accompaniedas I',. hrld lirfnrr the Knnoratil U. M. Tall, "HIC___
has been employed 1 by Griffin & far as Jacksonville by Paul E. Ca. luilct. fir said. court on the lath day. of October "Anuric" (anti-uric-acid). This
I A. D I I020. at 10 o'clock a .m In the halted.
be obtained
Johns to conduct their big/ DO-ilay: sale. I nova, Jr.,.who returned home the same i Rtatn Court Room, r day. city of .'aik...nvlll... Florida' and all crrdltom etorc, in tablet form. '
Rev J. C Diggs spent of last ) .....err hereby notified to then and there allow When your kidneys fret sluggish TUBES FIT OVERSIZE CASINGS..
: part e. If soy they have, why the. prayer fff .. ...... -
week in Lawtey asstati/ig in a protracted II The ladies of the community kitchen : Maid petition should not be r..n...". and clog, you Buffer! from backache ,
1 meeting the church. will box and Hallow Dated at Jaeknonvllle. Florida, thla.the I.Ithfliiy Bick-headaehe
give
at Baptist a supper cif (Mo tar. A. It IliifilMORGAN. : dizzy spells, (!J'
e'en party on Friday evening the 29th F. JONES. or twinges and pains of lumbago, ,
Get my prices on Seed Oats and Inst. Everybody invited to come and Jt.. Referee In Ilanfcrupttjr. rheumatism or gout; or sleep is
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Rv before you buy. Kickliter's. have a merry time. disturbed two Sikitclin'I'uhea; ore
three thncu
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) full! hi/e in
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SAVED IllS HORSE night, Ret Dr. I'iorce's Anurtc i It
F.: it good) groceries at good prices. :Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. James and l are
f"""plo's H. will silver tea this will put new life into your kidneys therefore not
Grocery Co Ritch give a ;
rr ;
I Mr. R. L. !Mcintyre, of Altoona. and your entire system.! : Send Dr. : N4
afternoon atfour o'clock at Mrs."! 1 ttlretclii-d thin under
:11MarC'rlla Henshaw, of Philadc Griflin's residence The object of this Ala., says: "Dr.. LeGcar's AniseptlrBtsta Tierce's Invalids' Hotel 1, BuJTalo! Inflation. 1'101.

1 >hia, is the attractive house guest: social affair is to raise money for renovating ---. -. N. Y., ten cents for trial package.! advantage 1M eN-
of Ohio, City of T1l1e4o. Lucas
">f hei friend Mrs. Albert W. AndcrA : the interior of the :Methodist County... At'iirKK, JA. For many yearsI socially Importantwhen ,
! Frank J. Cheney make oalh that he la
church. busing tubes
.. have been doing much heavy wink,
nlor partner of the firm of F, :J. Cheney
-- Co., dolrnr: bualneie: In the City n'f: Toledo and my Buffering I from kidney troublncfnifi for Cord tiren, ; r
swell line of Millinery at One of Starke's pretty sights is an Couniy and .State aformald. thatsaid all "oH'r"w.'; "
] airaostnnbenrabfeat' tirneo. I
firm will i.njr the cum of ONE HUNDRED
.t.-rnherg's. old well house on the line between DOL.LAHB
for any case of Catarrh
-.__ _. __ I I Mrs C. P. Cason's and E. H. Easttman's that cannot t>e eared 'by the use of bad tried many kinds of' iiiediruift for SMITHS! CAKUKStnrke. ; ;
\11' 'i HALL'S CATARRH MEnlClNK. It but In vain. Finally I sent for a I'I... w
and 1\11'11. W. C. Powell and chil-) properties on West Call street. :
'tr.. 'The Sworn to before m*andJiub.erN.AT'Inmy battle of Dr. I'icrco'H Aimrlc Tablets d
returned home Friday night from structure has a pyramidal roof I r
: I' thle 8th day of December. and since I have taken them I I hava
and< is entirely covered by a vine full A. t: M.ce.
Ur-xw TtetoM chffl T"MowfcaUtiraiK. ... 1. of 'Jink flowers ..'* (Real) A. TV. Rlen.on Notary Public.HAI.18 felt like a new woman I highly recommend v't

coertr br portfjrlng cod ''s a Internally OATAHHH.,.4 ante 1'IEIICINE through, th.le Blood taken 'Aniiria' to all offerer" from'I

ri'.. 1C th. blood. Y,.u ;,ao MOO feet lu So.nT ... 1 I Yellow homespun, hickory and ,, on DrucKtate.the Mu"oin 15:.Surfaces Teatlrnonlale of the free.F Byetem.. kidney trouble."-MHO. A. K. CLACK, I
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BRADFORD COUNTY fKLEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY OCTOBER 15. 192Q.
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- Remounting his horse he returned rbr' .
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I News of Florida in Short Paragraph t.w. bear in alive, but bruin had disappeared. -

.,..-., _+.._.....>wr.r.irtv.rr.rr.vs I: They trailed him of and soon located Mr.
him in the edge a swamp.
A tar
II I' News ::1l. Burns went around in front of the n1eD.ovvdrama,
r Live State animal to keep his attention while] the

l........_......,..... l l..................._,.................u/ I II men:fastened bruin out a rope on the to the hill,trap but, dragging bruin

t Told by Our Exchanges. I not knowing gee from haw or giddup, The fired Business man

I J -- ---_.. refused to go and Mr. Bullard had to
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hospital Petersburg: picked up a message stating --.
Jacksonville's noted '
1 r St. Luke, that Capt. Johnson, four men and FALL h) ACT ONE. Our hero. GOES OUT of his His.
COW'S DECLINE
for lack THE AND
will be forced to close . e
lost their lives when the n
two women
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of funds unless a response is made to WALKS IN his sleep. FOREVER.
went down in lati-
tIle call for aid. steamer Speedwell ( (/ . .
1 tude 23, longitude 84. The message: Since the cow ordinance became effective / l t SSAND
e his death with the number of cattle on our IDLY troUloc. AND ONE fine day.
went to
said the captain
of nitrate of .
More than 6,000 tons .
streets has sensibly diminished, probably
vessel that the and women
the and men
soda constitute the. cargo of the Danish PAST THE Mint. OUR HERO is caught.
Nevada berthed at were lost when a life boat capsized because owners in the country . .
steamship now
In launching. One boat, containing have driven some of them homeward. IN PHILADELPHIA. PASSING THIS money.
Pensacola. thirty persons got away safely Wednesday night was the first\ time .
1 of jelly An effort to obtain further detailswas they were penned. It is believed that I* TOUCHED by a stranger. ACT FOUR. Our hero .au-.
Last week 12,000 glasses futile because of interference. stock owners, rather than have their .
4 were completed and made ready for cattle lose their night's grazing, and ACT TWO. Our hero. AND TELLS the world.
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shipment in one day at the Carley & suitable shelter during inclement .
r Robbins jelly factory of St. Peters Preparations are going forward at< weather will drive them from LEARNS FROM the stranger. THROUGH THE bars.
burg. Fort Barancas, Pensacola, for one of away .
town of their own accord. .
the most spectacular programs of target A SPLENDID way. OP HIS Atlanta cell.
1 Oliver Atkinson, was killed near practice that has ever been con Requfeaeat In Pace .
Callahan Tuesday morning when a ducted. This is the actual sinking ofa Where are the cows,the sluggish cows TO MAKE money. THAT UNCLE Sam's nun r..
t That lately lay and stood .
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driving turned battleship! of the old type, by the
large tractor he was
I On sidewalks and on streets each AND HE makes Iota of It. IS LIKE the blend.
turtle, the machine pinning: him. un huge guns. of the local forts, reference I night, .
der it and crushing out his life. to which was made in these columns A ticky sisterhood? BIG BALES of It. OP. THOSE clffuvtl.
some time ago. Col. Brown, in I . .
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Gone to the to the ditch
.....-' Steel work on the..St. Johns river charge: of the local garrison: ...announced pen or AND THE curtain fans. THAT "SATISFY
bridge at Jacksonville is progressing that the probable date for sinking Or to the leafy bowers<< _;-- . . .
rapidly and during the past few weeks the' once famous ship would be Nov. (As they are gone, we don't care ON SCENES of luxury. IT CANT be copied.
which- . .
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have been landed and workon 10th.
i piers
more
TIs no business of ours). ACT THREE. Our hero.
the foundations is well\) in advanceof *
the steel work. Because of activity among negro No MAKES MORE money. Turkish tobacco In Chester
householder wake
the
women of the community urging themto more they . THE is rent Turkish, not coon
The Atlantic Fish Company has register and threatening them in With mo-os and clanging: bell; AND THE plot thicken. terfeit. The Domestic is the beat
7t moved from West Palm Beach to various ways in the event that they No more they cause the maids to leaf money can buy. And the blend

Moore Haven and is now shipping to failed to do so, B. J. Jones, negro, quake, AND THE dark.MYSTERIOUS Is a secret-it cant be conied.
the North three cars of fish\ weekly chairman of the Columbia county republican With more fears than they can tell; Chesterfields are "good" anywhere
F his The spade the hoe in peace will rust, STRANGER.and )you'll never tire of "SatiHfy.I .*
y caught In Lake Okeechobee. The firm club, was taken from bed
The air is
again
employs thirty-five boat and a crew Tuesday night by unknown persons, sweet.
And their
"whitewings" won't buttons
of eighty men. a noose placed about his neck and was bustAcleaning
driven out of town in an automobile, :
t The farmers in the vicinity of Jay, wearing his night clothes only. He up the street.

Santa Rosa county, are building a was then allowed to escape by the
community sweet potato storage kidnappers and Jones telephoned the The cow is gone. She says mo-o, mo-o
house. Material has already been put sheri tfWednesday morning for an escort (According to first reader);

t on the grounds and work on the building home. If she returns, that night she'll rue, e cQ oyM
has commenced. The house is being For Kite will surely lead her O a t,
: built on the government plan and When arraigned before Justice of Into the pen. Let's all rejoice,
:. J will have a capacity of 2,000 bushels the Peace Carter here today four tm- From Trail Ridge to San Marco,
ployes of the St. Petersburg Electric Because at night her dismal voice EGA RETTES''

A solid carload of fish, 25,000 Ibs., Company charged with manslaughter\ No more ia heard in Starke-ohl

was shipped from Ft. Lauderdale last through culpable negligence, resultingIn I : .
Tuesday The local firm has been the death by electrocution of Mil MILLER
shipping 60,000 to 100,000 pounds offish ton Lougnot were released in $500 '
a week out of here of late. The bonds each to appear before him October I .:.:

car shipped Tuesday were mullet and 19 for preliminary examination. Miller, Oct. 15.-Murray Thomas ____ .. _ .
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1+ Wednesday a catch of 36,000 pounds Loughnot was killed Wednesday after made a business trip to Gainesville -- - -

of blue fish were brought in. the hurricane when an umbrella in his Saturday. ZIFF Mr. and Mrs. Julius Eunice of Max. our burg.
) hand contacted with a clothes line Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Miller made a ville, visited relatives in and near our Miss Onie Graves is visiting reli-1

11 Broward county gets: 20,000 acres charged with 2,300 volts, through a trip to Worthington Springs one day Ziff, Oct. 16.-Miss Lomie Thomas,, town Sunday. tives in Jacksonville this week.

of Everglades land from the state for Teed wire that had been blown acrossit. last week. of Jacksonville, spent the weekendwith E. J. Roberta returned home the Rev. B. Dyal and wife, of Sampson, I
the building of roads and the completion The men will enter pleas of not Miss Virgle Thomas, of Dunnellon, her parents. first of the week from a combined spent Sunday at the home of Char I

of the North New River canal. guilty. spent the week-end with her parents, Messrs. J. W. Eddy H. D. Wasdin, business and pleasure trip to South Smith.

1 When the roads are built and the canal Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas' whileon J. B. Thomas and J. H. Kelly\ attended Florida. Mesdame Roy Birt and Gid Spark-
completed the land should be The office of supervisor of registration her way to Jacksonville. church at Bethlehem, in Baker county, Geo. F .Young returned Saturday man, of Louise, spent> Sunday after
4' worth a lot of money and the county in Duval county was crowded on \Mrs. T. II. Waters visited her sister Saturday and Sunday from a business trip to Baltimore, Md. noon with Mrs. A. McKinney

should be the gainer Friday with hundreds of negroes, men Mrs.W. O. Brooks last week. Messrs. R. B. Thomas and Purvis Revival services continued all\ last Mrs. Rafuse and children, of near I

and women, the number of negro men Eugene Douglass spent several days Lewis were in Worthington Springs week at the Baptist church, having a Starke, spent the week-end with her|
+ Frank Healey of Palm Beach was showing a marked increase on the last of last week in Jacksonville and St. Sunday. good attendance at all\ services Rev. sister, Mrs. A. Brown.

stabbed Wednesday night at Mr. Heal few registration days, while only a Augustine.N. A social was given at the home of J. C. Diggs, who is assisting Pastor Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Prevatt, of I
ly's house, seven miles out on on the small number of white women availed II. Stokes made a business trip J. B. Thomas Saturday night. Those Boyer, went to Starke and filled\ his Waldo, attended Bible school here on |
Okeechobee road. The wounded man themselves of the opportunity to reg.later to Gainesville Monday. present were Misses Lomie Thomas appointment at his church Sunday Sunday.Mrs. .

was carried to the hospital and died Early In the week the white Mrs. C. P. Odum, of O'Brien, spent of Jacksonville, Ruby Dyal, of Graham , morning, returning to Lawtey to deliver T. W. Wasdin< of Waldo, spent |
; F this morning: at 2 o'clock from the results women .had a good majority on the several days of last week with relatives Amy Starling, Altha and Opal the sermon Sunday evening for the week-end with her parents.
r of the wound. The man who is registration books but unless more in this community. Rev. Boyer.
' Lewis, Rhoda and Alva Thomas Ethel Mrs O. W. Dyal is visiting lc |
said to be responsible for the deed is present themselves for registrationthis Roland Thomas visited friends at Dyal Linnie Parker, Messrs. Abe and --SGRAHAM I Gainesville this week.
J. F. Prevatt. week, the negroes will be in maJority talford Sunday.
in the county. Mrs. B. E. Brown Is confined to her Hugh Butler Crosby, Dave Greene, Mrs Equilla Dixon, of Louise, wan |
-- Julius Parrish, Chester Andreu Pur the
week-end guest of her parents.
L. S. Harvard of Harvard & Po- room with malarial fever. Her many vis Lewis, M. Groover, Lonnie Par Graham, Oct. 15.-Messrs. L. G. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beville, of :Mi-1
arrival Pen- friends
her for her
4 of the Suwannee Farmsat Upon Monday at hope speedy recovery.
teet
owners ker, Ray and Willie James )
Forsyth. Barry
Reynolds and Jake Roberts canopy, are visiting relatives thin
sarola the American Mau- Mesdames
Live Oak, who spent the past week steamship Eugene and W. L. Douglass -
+ 4 in attendance on the great National' mee had an experience to tell of an made a trip to Providence one D. D. Thomas left Sunday for Jack were business visitors to the week.Death
Swine Show in Des Moines, Iowa, in a occurrence in a Cuban port after the day last week. sonville where he will spend several county seat Monday of Miss Florence Walker
:S 4J telegram: conveyed the informataion Steamer had tied up there. One of the Virgil the little son of Mr. and Mrs. days. Ardcll\ Abernathy, of Jacksonville, Thursday, Oct. 7th, our town wail
I
I r that "Flutida Liberator's litter mates negro firemen asked permission to go: W. A. Brooks, had the misfortune to Mr. and Mrs Harry Howard and with spent Tuesday and Wednesday here saddened hear of the sudden death
relatives.
w took first, second and sixth prizes, andy ashore. and made such a request on the break his arm Saturday. Dr. Care children, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard, of Miss Florence Walker. Florence I
first was awarded Grand Champion." second engineer who was on duty at foot was summoned and dressed the of Gainesville, spent Sunday evening Mrs. C. B. Roberts, Jake and Mrs had been in failing health since Julyand I
I the time. The officer replied .that broken member and at this writing is with their sister, Mrs. Reddick Thomas L. G. Barry and Dorothea, were business everything possible had been done
} i The body of Edgar Burnett, who. shore liberty would not be granted until eating easy. visitors to Starke Wednesday.Mr. to prolong her life but the disease Will I

1 was drowned in McGlrt's creek, near I the boiler tubes were cleaned. Theiero Miss Ruby Dyal of Graham spent and Mrs. Levy Johns, of Jacksonville -I' incurable and her death relieved her I!
Ft Jacksonville, on the afternoon of Sat- / then renewed his request and TO SCHOOL TEACHERSThe the week-end with Miss Ethel Dyal. were guests of her aunt Mrs. of intense suffering which she had
"{ Mused the fireman Maude Graves, part of the week. patiently borne for the past three|
urday, October Oth, was seen late Sate was whereupon Our school Is progressing nicely
urday afternoon by a man floatingnear went to his room and returned shootng following letter, addressed to under the management of our teacher. Messrs. Riley and Math Wasdin, months ![
the old Stockton mill. Funeral the engineer five times, four balls County Superintennent Poppell will Miss Vera Surrency.R. Jake Roberts and Tom Mills spent Florence Edna Walker was born in
Director Conant went to the place indicated taking effect and one of them passing be of interest to the teachers of Brad. P. Lewis and son, Ovid, were Tuesday in Gainesville on business. Chicago. Sept. 6, 1902, being at th l
.h to recover the body but was through the heart of the engineer. The ford county: in Brooker Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Surrency and time of her death 18 years of age. lr|

unable to locate it, darkness making: captain immediately summoned the I am notified by Dr. Ralph N. Green Vera Surrency spent the weekendIn children, of Tampa, are visiting rel 1917 she moved to Graham with her I
1 the task impossible. Cuban police and had the negro taken State Health Officer, that the State the Pine Hill section. atives. aunt, Mrs W. J. Jones, from Hast-T
off and placed in jail charged with Board of Health has adopted Roy Roberta business logs, where she entered school and!
1 a regulation ) J. W. Eddy and son, Harry, of Louise wan a visitorto I
; The American Sugar Cane Company murder. When the ship was ready to forbidding: persons to teach in were in our burg Monday. New River Friday. made many friend who regret I
which recently was granted a leave for Pcnsacolu the skipper asked the schools of Florida unless a health I ---w-- Mrs. Charles McKinney, of Louise, hear of her death. She was noted for
charter by the state, with a for the custody of the negro: but this certificate Is presented from a repu- LAWTEY was shopping here Monday. her pleasant disposition and kind lov f
zation of $2,000,000, has caPitali'l. was refused, the Cuban government table physician showing that the Mesdames Alvin McKinney and Riley ing manner, always ready to grntl!

approximately 4,000 acres trying him for murder. The captainwill teacher is not affected with or the Lawtey, Oct. IS.-Louis H. Hill was Wasdin spent Sunday at Louise.K. everyone with a smile. ,f
lands in Putnam and Flagler. countiesand I have to go back there to prose carrier of any communicable disease. transacting busines sin Jacksonville. Roberts, of Lake Butler, was a Two weeks before her death the and dw I
has under option other lands adjoining cute. The State Board of Health has the Tuesday business visitor here Thursday. tore advised a change and Mr,

'; for the development of a big i legal authority to enforce such regulations Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke was a Riley and Math Dasdin were business Mrs. Jones carried her to her home dontl I'l

t sugar plantation i Two men, giving their names as ; then, it becomes the duty of I professional visitor to Lawtey Saturday I visitors to Starke Saturday. Hastings where everything was
t I Louis Epstein and Ruby Lubersky, the school authorities to observe and Jake Roberts spent Thursday in for her that could be done. I

.1 I I The Palmetto Brush Co., at Olds- boldly entered the customs office at execute the regulations with loyaltyand I Prof. Wimberly was a visitor to Jacksonville Florence was a member of and tNI
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mar will increase its capacity short Key West Thursday afternoon and fidelity. | Starke Wednesday.Miss i O. W. Dyal and wife, I. L. Ogden Christian Endeavor of this place,
I ly. The concern makes brushes from brazenly offered three customs officials Following: is the regulation adopted I Cole, one of the assistants in'I and daughter, Mattie, were business chairman of the, flower committee
\ the fibre of the palmetto roots. This $2,000 a week to allow them to by the State Board of Health: the Lawtey school, spent Saturday and visitors to Starke Saturday. Besides a large circle of friends lift

1 h heavy root has been merely a waste pass alcoholic liquors Into the United Rule No. 81.-A rule forbidding: individuals Sunday at her home in Anthony. : John and Bobby Surrency, Frank leaves to mourn her loss, mother
product and is found in the greatest States from. Cuba. Appearing to feel to teach in the public schools I I E. J. Roberta was a visitor to Jack. I I Reynolds, Ray McKinney and Percy father, two brother and five sister'besides
abundance all over the! state. The sure of their game they laid $000 on of Florida without having a health sonville Saturday. ',Jones attended the social at Cooter other relatives.
I plant is equipped with electrical driv. the table as payment in advance for certificate from a reputable physician ', Green B. Teston of Jacksonville, Pond Saturday night. Card of Thanks
l
fur
en machinery and has orders for all the first carload, which they said I showing that they are not affected visited relatives here Sunday. I I John Gilyard and family, of New We wish to thank our friends
the brushes that can be made. would be of grapefruit with fifty-eight I with or are carriers of communicable I Arthur Sapp and sister, Miss Myrtle River, were here Saturday. the many kind services rendered a!
crates containing liquor. They assur.cd diseases.Sec. spent a few days In Jacksonville I I i Irving Dyal spent Saturday in Waldo during the illness and death of oil!
A number of Washington county the officials that he shipmens would 1.-All teachers or instructors last week. on business. dear niece. We thank the physicianfor |

farmers are considering planting. of be frequent and would net them over in any public school] operating In the Henry Futch who is working in I Ed Ybor, of Starke, spent the weekend their faithful efforts to proloMJ"I
j. I tobacco another st-anon. Yeara ago: it $2,000 a week. They were immediately state of Florida, or in any private Jacksonville, returned to his home on with relatives life and lessen pain. We thank *I
1 was demonstrated that any soil and taken into custody and in little school operating within the state of account of illness, and has been confined Rev. Crosby filled his appointment many friends who came from time |
w Tf climate were favorable to the growth more than an hour's time had been Florida, shall be required to file with to his room here at the Baptist church Sunday. time and helped care for her and Wf

of that product, but its culture was given a preliminary hearing and had the board of health of Florida annual. I Ceo. Roberts was a business visitor I Frank Stokes, of Gainesville, was thank the Hastings people for tfcffi y
yr1 abandoned at the time on account of bonds of $2,000 placed for their appearance ly before the beginning/ each school to Jacksonville the first part of the here Friday. beautiful floral offerings and theirhelp. |

there being no market for anything at United States court. They year a certificate obtained from a rep- week I Blox Parrish of Sampson, was a Mr. and Mrs. W. J'ose'The
but Cuban tobacco. Now that conditions made no statement to the court during utable physician who Is licensed to !Miss Mary Boyer was a visitor to business visitor here Saturday .

are changed the growing of tobacco : the hearing and put up cash for practice medicine in the state of FlorIda i I Starke Saturday. ; Gentry Cail, of Starke, was a visitor .
I will be resumed their bonds.E. certifying that laid teacher or In. | Blaine Teston was a visitor to Jacksonville here Sunday.Mr. Commonest Generality
structor has been' duly and carefully first of the week. and Mrs. W. J. Jones and Bun. Some men are Dot only eager t< I II" ;
Titusville observed the third market R. Bullard, of Sumatra purchas. examined and is free from communicable !Mike Futch of Jacksonville, spent ie Graves returned from Hastings on Ute devil his due but they Inslt s
day as planned on Monday and ed two bear traps some time ago and diseases and Is believed to be a I Sunday with his parents. Friday night. adding a fat bonus It Ir the Lot

it was a greater success than on the went to Juniper cove to set the traps non-carrier thereof.I I Albert Jennings was a visitor to Miles and Gurney Crews, of Long who usually finds collection+ p<* '''
r previous dates. Market day is the for bruin, using honey as bait. Soon take pleasure in calling your attention Jacksonville Thursday. Bridge, were visitors here Thursday Houston pOSLtiabltaal

Ar first Monday in each month and the after: he went to his trap and found to these regulations, and highly I Tom Whitehead, of Jacksonville, R. S, Wasdin has purchased a Ford
i Titueville business men who have undertaken bruin had visited the spot, taken' the endorse the' action of the State' visited relatives in Lawtey during the roadster. ConrtfpatTon Cored
to have special bargains and honey away and left the trap un : Board of Health in its efforts to protect week-end. Lando Moines wife and sister, of In 14 to :21 Day
'q many things to offer when the people sprung. He rebuked the trap and the school children from sick and Marcus Brown of Starke, spent Mounteocha, were business visitors LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a spe*aJl.t'<
from the outlying sections come to last Monday going to the place, found dangerous teachers-the children are Sunday in Lawtey with his parents, here Saturday. prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habl'*)J"
with the it is the trap gone. Mr. Bullard at once worthy of the highest protection. I Dr. Constipation., It relieve promptly
town, are delighted way I and Mrs. G. W. Brown. Miss Ruby Dyal spent the week-end should be taken for 14 to 21 tl working.An hit the trail where bruin had dragged Yours very' truly I Dave. Durban of Jacksonville, was with her brother, T. D. Dyal of Ziff. to Induce regular regularly action. It Stimulate**f .. t
the trap and soon found bruin W. N. SHEATS. the week-end guest of his homefolks Fred Hazen and Lewis Shriver, of Regulate.., Very Heuaut to TaU. ,
amateur wireless operator at St. sitting up a tree mourning his fate. State Superintendent. .n'af'Lawtey. Brooker, spent Sunday afternoon in gar bottle.
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;,124 Darning .._________......__.... .50 202 Knitted or crocheted shawl ..... .50 }
FORAGE. ETC. 65 Wyandottes ? 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 203! Knitted or crocheted sweater ... 1.00
1st* 2nd. I I 56 R. I. Reds ._. 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 Claim Embroidery Exhibit I 204 Knitted or crocheted slippers ... .50)
_____ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 5 126 Centerpiece 1.00 Knitted. crocheted! baby jacket .50
57 Lephorns BigShows ----------VV - 205! or
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bale of 1.00
$2.00
1 Best hay 58 Turkeys ______ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 121 0 napkins' with Initials ____ .CO 200 Knitted or crocheted bootees ... .60 ,
2 Barrel of velvet beans in 59 Guineas .-_ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 ,127 Lunch set. 7 pieces ____.__-_ -- 1.00 207 Netting _.. .____?. - .50
hull _________________- 1.00 .60 -- 1.00 _.__. ___ 1.00 _ )
60 Ducks ________ 1.00 .50 2.00 128 Dresser scarf _ -- -- -- 208 Hair pin work ___ .... .60
3 Half dozen bundles oats. 1.00 .50 61 Geese ________ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 129 Pair pillow caws _______-__.-. 1.00 20( !> Drawn work -_ _._______.....- .60 "
4 Bundle of forage plant, 02 Pigeons. ______ 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 I'M: Pair towels!! ___________________ 1.00 210 Luncheon napkins ___......___, 1.00
not lees than 10 lbs.1.00 .50 63 Standard breed x131 1 Piece<< cross stitch ______________ .50 211 Centerpiece) __..._.__________. 1.00
GRAINS SEEDS. ETC. I chickens not 132 Night gown ___.______________ 1.00 212 Table runner __________-____.. .60 i
5 Half bushel velvet beans, named above 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 1 133 Baby dress ___________________ 1.00 213 Teddies ____.._____.._._..._... .50
shelled ____--_-. -______ 2.00 1.00 I 13Uaby cloak __________un 1.00 214 Boudoir cap ___.".-..--..-.____. .50 ;.
6 Half bushel peanuts ____ 1.00 .50 I COOKING r? 135 Baby cap --------------------- .50 216 Night gown: __________________ 1.00
7 Half bushel field peas_ 1.00 .50 64 Loaf white yeast bread. .50 .25 136 Baby shoes __ .50 'I 210 Sofa pillow ...____.........___ .50
8 Collective exhibit of grain 65 Corn bread ____u_-__-_ .50 .25 137 Child's coat _---------------_ .50 217 Piano cover -______..-..-...... 1.00

seeds, etc., from one farm CO; Baking powder biscuits. 1.00 .60 138 Lady's -uress! _________n_______ 1.00 218 Pin cushion _________._____.... .50
-not I less than ten varieties 67 Soda biscuits uu____ 1.00 .50 139! Collar and curt net n_____..... 1.00 I 219 Knitting bag ________.......... .50

_____.__.._______._10.00 5.00 08; Pound cake ____________ 1.00 .50 140 Apron ________________._______ .50' 220 Head bag ......_____......____ .60
09; Cocoanut cake ______-__ 1.00 .50 141 Baby pillow ..__.-_____________ .50i 221 Crochet bag _______h_________ .50 l
VEGETABLES 70 Chocolate cake ________ 1.00 ..1i0i i 1142 Sofa pillow _______-.__________ 1.00 222 Handkerchief ___un________. .60 i
9 Bushel of sweet potatoes 1.00 .50 i 71 Apple pie ___..._______ .50 .25 143: Shirt waist __________u______. 1.00 223; Dress _.___u_- _______________ 1.00
10 Bushel of Irish potatoes 1.00 .50.-.72 Lemon pie ____u______ .50 .28 144 Centerpiece, punchwork ........ 1.00 224 Palmetto hat ___________u____. 60
11 Half doz. heads cabbage 1.00 .50 73 Pumpkin pie _uu____ .50 .25 146 Centerpiece, eylet embroidered. 1.00 225 Palmetto basket Un_________ .60 I
12 Half dozen pumpkins ... 1.00 .60 74 Sweet potato pie ___--* .50 .25 140 Table cover, French embroidered 1.00 220: ; Palmetto work exhibit ______no 1.00
13 Exhibit of egg plants __. 1.00 .50 75 Nut fudge! candy .._____ .50 .25 147 Table cover, eylet embroidered. 1.00 227 Wire grass work ______________ 1.00
14 Exhibit vf peppers .... 1.00 .50 76 Collection of home made 148 Tinted embroidered centerpiece.50 I 228 Wire grass basket or tray ._u_. .50

15 Hamper of string beans. 1.00 .50 candies, 6 varieties _____ 2.00 1.00 149 Silk embroidered sofa pillow.., ./.50I 2211!) Lunch cloth ___u____________. 1.00 F
16 Two dozen cucumbers .. 1.00 .50 77 Glass grape jelly ______ .50 .25 Piece Roman cut work .__u____ 1.00 230: Dresser scarf, hem"lit'hpdru 1.00
17 Two quarts strawberries 1.00 .60 78 Glass strawberry jelly ., .50 .25 0 I 1,1150 Claim C. I, 231: Baby's shoes, tatting un_____ 60

18 Collection of vegetables. 5.00 2.50 79 Glass pear jelly ------- .60 .25 __ _____..... ..COr ,
___.. __ .60 .25 161 Tatting camisole -- AIM'S ANI>>
MEAL, GRITS, CRUSHED FEED I 80 May haw jelly __ -_-__ .60 .25 0 (JIL 152 Handkerchief with crochet ..... .50 CRAFTS1st.. 2nd. .

19 Peck each of home bolted 82 81 Plum Strawberry jam glass jam, In u glass .50 .25 i 163: Crocheted baby cap ........... .60 I 232 Flowers in oil ___. ______$ .76 .50
meal and grits ..--.-_. 1.00 .60 Peach glass .50 .25 I 154 Crocheted. collar __hU_.__ .60 233: : Animals in oil ______-. .75 .60
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20 Collective exhibit of different I 84 Plum preserves, glass .. .60 .25 r 155 Crocheted centerpiece .......... .60 I 24! Flowers in water colors.. 50 .25
kinds of crushed 85 Fig preserves, glass ..__ .60 .25 15(1 Lunch net with crochet ..._____ 1,00 235 Fruit in water colors___ .60 .26
stock feed uu_______-- 2.00 1.00 86 Watermelon preserves .. .50 .25 -? 167 Crocheted table mat, set ....... .50 23(1: ( Collection of oil and water
marmalade preserves. .60 .25 15M Sofa pillow with crochet .....__ .60 colors pictures u___ 1.60 1.00
COTTON 87 Jar orange marmalade ._ .50 .25 1, I 160 Table cover with crochet ____u_ 1.00) 237 Specimen china painting 1.00 .60
88 Jar
21 Bale Sea Island cotton .. 2.00 1.00 guava 100 Lunch cloth 1,00 238 Specimen wood carving. .50 .25
Jar butter ______ .50 .25
22 Largest; and best stalk 1.00 .50 89 Jar pear butter u .__.. .50 .25 / 161 Bedspread wit------------------ 1.00 239 Wire grass work _.___' .60 .25
23 60 Ibs. basket S. I. cotton 1.00 .50 90 grape u 102; Collar and cuff set with crochet. 1.00 240 Pine straw work _______ .60 .25
24 Bu. S. I. cotton seed ____ 1.00 .50 91 Exhibit marmalades of jams, pickles anti IBS Pillow ranoa with crochet _-___ 50 241 Palmetto work _______ .60 .25

SUGAR CANE, SYRUP, SUGAR jellies preserves; ..________.._ 6.00 2.50 104 Towel with crochet .___-...... .50 242 Paper flowers _-_______. .50 .25
105 Bath towels, crochet edge ....__ .50 243:! Specimen real basketry._ 1.00 .60
25 12 stalks sugar cane .... 2.00 1.00 CANNED FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC. 38 106 Dreiser) scarf with crochet ____, .50 244 Specimen shuck work .. .60 .25

20 Cane syrup, 2 quarts ._ 1.00 .50 92 Jar of strawberries.-... .60 .25 167 Bed set with crochet ______.... 1.00
27 Brown sugar, 5 lbs.1.00 .50 93: Jar of huckleberries ..__ .50 .25 168 Crochet yoke _________________ .60 EDUCATIONAL
28 Cane and cane products 5.00 2.50 94 Jar of peaches ________ .50 .25 100 Nightgown: crochet ___________ 1.00 1st.

BEE PRODUCTS 95 Jar of corn ............ .60 .25 170 Tatting yoke ......____________ 1.00 245 Weaving collection, 1st grado.-t.OO
29 Comb honey, 31b ____ 1.00 .50 90 Jar of English peas ____ .60 .25 ConcessionsMerrygo 171 Tatting collar ...__________... 1.00 240 Color work, 2nd grade ____..... 1.00
u i _____ Wood work 3rd grade ________ 1.00) 1
30 Half gal strained honey 1.00 .50 97 Jar of field peas _______ .60 .25 172 Table cover with tatting n 1.00 247 ,
98 Jar of okra ________u__ .60 .25 173 Tatting centerpiece ____________ 1.01) 248 Writing collection let grade___. .50
MEAT PRODUCTS 99 Jar of tomatoes ____.... .50 .25 I 174 Waist with tatting __u..n____ 1.00 249 Writing collection, 2nd grade __ .60
31 Three home cured hams. 2.00 1.00 100 Jar of beans _____u___ .60 .25 175 Handkerchief with tatting _____ ..1i0I ( 250 Writing collection, 3rd !grade .. .50
32 bacon 1.00 .50 __ .25 261 4th grade (collection any school! 2.50
3 pieces breakfast 101 Jar sweet pickles __.. .50 I Work of Ladles 70 Years
33: Five pounds lard ____... 1.00 .50 102 Jar sour pickles ____.___ .50 .25 over 252 5th grade: collection, any school. 2.50
........___...... .50 ,
34 Ham, 25 fb or over, trim 2.50 1.50 103 Jar chow chow ________ .50 .25 1176 Centerpiece 263 Oth grade collection, any schol2.61))
35 Home cured hog products 5.00 2.50 104 Jar pickled boots ___. .60 .25 177 Quilt ___________._____________ .60 254 Florida map, 4th grade: pupil __ .50 p
-- .60 .25 Round 178 Lunch set ___.____.....___.____ 1.00 255 Bradford county map, 5th grade .50
FRUITS 105 Homemade salad dressing ____________.. .50 ),
.. .60 .25 179 Specimen sewing 260 U. S. map, 7th or 8th !grade_ __ .60
Bottle tomato .
Ttfi Exhibit of citrus fruit -- 1.00 .50 106 catsup 180 Crochet piece ...............__ .60 267 Exhibit from, any county school. 6.00 i
37 5tt,pecans county grown 2.00 1.00 107 Exhibit canned products____ 6.00 2.50 ,181 Piece knitting .__________un__ 50 '
pickles, honey, etc. _____________ 1.00 FLORAL EXHIBITS;
38 12 Japan persimmons .. 2.00 1.00 .. .. 1.00 .50 1182 Specimen tatting _
108 Best pound butter - Ferris Wheel 183 Crochet hawl or jacket _______ 1.00 258 One doz cut chrysanthemums. 1.60
GRAND PRIZE NEEDLECRAFTAll 184 Knitted or crocheted counterpane 1.00 269 Exhibit of geraniums _______n 1.01(
39 Grand agricultural15.00 10.00 5.00 needlework exhibited for premiums 21il)0 Cut rosed In vase __h_________ 1.00
LIVE STOCK must he mounted on thin cardboard and Claim E-Work of Children Under 12 Yearn 201 Specimen of palm ____u-_____ .60 V

NOT tissue 185 Handkercnief ____ ________ .50 :202 Four varieties of ferns ________ 1.60 b
40 Milch _____________ 6.00 2.50 on paper. nnn
cow ______. 1.50
All work must be exhibited by maker. 180; Buttonholes, half dozen n__..... .50 203: Collection of calladiums a
41 Best bull ____________n 4.00 2.00 Clan A-Sewing. Machine and Hand 187 Darning ____________________n 60 204 Collection of begonias ________ 1.60 t
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42 Best beef steer 4.00
u 1st. 188 Piece of crochet ______u______ .60 MISCELLANEOUS. UNDER 14 YEARS
43 44 Calf Best under back 1 year u_______ 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 109 Sunbonnet ____________________$ .50 189 Sofa pillow _____n__________.. .60 1st. 2nd.

45 Best boar razor breed hog__ 3.00 1.50 110 Dress .. ___._________________. .50 100 Dressed doll ____nn_______ 60 dolls _____ .60 .25
4ft any 111 Princess slip ________________.. 1.00 191 Doll's dress ________n_________ .50 206 Outfit for u $ *
Best breed ... 3.00 1.50 I .25:
47 Litter sow. any breed 3.00 1.60 112 Under skirt ______i____________ .60 192 Article other than named _______ .60 2<>0 Specimen of mending! n_ .60 .25
of .50
pigs, any ___.__ I _____________ __ 60 207 Specimen of darning -
48 Best stallion __________ 4.00 2.00 113 Corset cover __________ .60 193 Knitting nu I' 208; Specimen crochet work._ .60 ..2r.2fi1
49 Best mare ___u____-___ 4.00 2.00 114 Night. gown __________________ 1.00 Clans r General Fancy Work Specimen of knitting ... .50 .25
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60 Best colt under two 3.00 2.00 115 Combination or teddy > _________ of ____ .50 .2:)
years ............... .50 194 Silk coverlet n_______ 1.00 270 Specimen tatting;
61 Best mule raised in Co.4.00 2.00 116 Bungalow apron 105 Wool quilt ____ _____________ 1.00 271 Specimen hemstitching_ .50 .25
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62 Best mule colt _._____-_ 8.00 1.50 117 Kimona 196 Cotton patch work quilt ___ ___ 1.00 272 Sofa cushion . ___ _u__ 60 .26
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53 Jest jack u____________ 4.00 2.00 118 119 Baby Negligee dress shirt___________u________ .50 197 Counterpane _______n_________ 1.00 273 Specimen raffia work u .50/ .25
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1 rlllll _____ 1.00 274 Picture trains 50
198 Crocheted counterpane
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POULTRY skirt _____________ __ .50 .u
120 Baby n_ _.. .50 199 Baby coverlet .____ ___. ____ -- .60 275 Model hat rack _.. .50 .25
1 Pairs 2nd. 1st.Pens 2nd. 121 Child's Child's short short dress skirt_uH_____ ____ .50 200 Pair sheets _" -_ __________ 1.00 270 Towel rack _. _ 50 .25
1st. 122
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. 1.00 277 Coat hanger .60
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54 Ply. Rocks .__ 1.00 .60 2.00 1.00 123 Mended garment ___.n V .. -. .60 1201 : u I
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