Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 22, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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-- Junlus M. Tatum, whose useful life FROM BRADFORD COUNTY a

Monday[ the 18th inst., pr. A. L. How fc_ Express Choice for Presidentand Mrs E. B. Hiers, one of the earliest no suddenly ended October 20th, was Mr. and Mrs J. R. Halligan, who

Scott reached the eighty-seventh anniversary Vice President of U. S. pioneer settlers of Bradford born December 5, 1870 in Elizabeth, The Times. Union has received from leave for the West on Saturday, were

of his birth. On Sunday, county, was the recipient of many I N. C. In 1883 he came to Palatka, J. S. Howard a farmer of Dukes, a tendered a reception at the Christian i

Monday and Tuesday Dr. Scott re At the general election to be held on honors at her home near Dukes, on was married to Miss Ida J. Wells on specimen of his crop of bright leaf to. church on Wednesday evening.It .

celved calls from his many friends Tuesday, November 8nd several hun I Thursday, Oct. 14th, the occasion being I June 20, 1804, and to the union three bacco which has been admired by all was in the nature of a surprio.

who came to congratulate him on hav. Idled I persons who have never voted be. the celebration of her eighty children were born, Rufus Junius, of connected with the tobacco trade who The ladies of the church and members f

jug reached the advanced ape stated. I fore will cast their first vote in Bradford eighth birthday. Friends of Mrs. fliers Washington, D. C., Charles Clifford, have seen it. It consists of two hands of Mrs. Hallifriin's Sunday school class

Thirty-eight years ago Dr. Scott and county. They will want to vote had charge of the ararngemcnU of of Tampa, nnd Katherine Lucile, of both of which ale smooth and quite had kept all the ;plans secret, and Mr. ;,

family moved to Starke from North 'for one or the other of the presidential the day. In the program were included Starke. In early youth he professed free from blemishes. Accompanying and Ales Halligan presumed that they ,1\

Branch Michigan, having been told candidates. They should bear in a speech of tribute to Mrs. piers religion and joined the Methodist the package was a letter of which the were to attend the regular conference 1

by a physician that he had only one mind that we do not vote directly for by a grandson, George II. Miller of church; and at the time of his death I following is the text: mooting which is hold every Wednesday -

year to live and advised him to come president and vice president, but that Dukes dinner under the spreadingoaks he was a member of the First Methodist I "Dear Sirs: Under separate cover I evening in the church.

to Florida. we vote for presidential electors who at 10 o'clock, a speech of appreciation -' church of Starke. Ills life was in am sending you a small sample) of Imagine their suiprixo when, on opening .

Below are extracts from a letter in turn meet in the electoral college to Mrs Hiers' friends by a full accordance with the teachings of bright leaf tobacco which was grown the door, they were ushered into .

written from Sutherland by Rev. Geo.F and cast the vote of the state for our son, Judge'B. D. fliers of Gainesville, I his faith, and what ever he undertookhe here on my farm. It was grown under a banquet room )prettily decorated

Scott to his father: choice for president and vice presi and an informal reception which lasted did it with his might. Hence he the supervision of Prof. A. R. Flow- with autumn leaves and a hundred or

"1833-1920 dent. Florida Is entitled to six votes into the late afternoon. 1 was universally respected and made err, of North Carolina. Prof, Flowers more guests to greet them.It .

"Dear Father: in the electoral college, therefore each I''I I Besides Mrs tilers' friends and friends of all who had dealings with was reared on a farm in the heart of was one of those occasions where
voter should vote for six I one of the bout tobacco belts of North the ladies of the church
"The above dates Indicate that you i I neighbors: four of her children, with him. His death Is deeply deplored by community
the ''electors. There are five presidential entire his bereaved Carolina and has no hesitancy in saying and the many friend of the honored -
have reached the 87th mile post in their families, were present, Mrs. II. our community and
journey of life. Very few have been tickets in the field this year. The(I S. Miller, of Dukes, P. G. Hiers, and family have the sympathy of all. t that it can be grown successfully guests of the evening showed in f

so blessed in the longevity of life. Very presidential electors of each of the S. H. Biers, of Wauchula and Judg eLast Friday morning there- was a I I Iin this section of Flot'Ida. It is.ilju- a most substantial manner their( love

few have been so faithful to the calling I five political parties are as follows; B. D. fliers of Gainesville short service at the late residence of bright leaf type of tobacco that i lot and regard for those about to go away
Democratic Party the deceased grown so successfully in the middle Following the dinner an entertainment
conducted by Rev. J. C.
selected as a young man as your Mrs. fliers her life lias ,
life's work. I have never heard but I Martin Caraballo, P. W. Corr Chiis. throughout Diggs, pastor of the First Methodist east of North Carolina and sold on consisting of instrumental. and
of one other physician in Florida that E. Jones, W. V. Knott, J. G. Sharon, had a picturesque career. She no church while Rev. Blanchard D. Law the North Carolina markets from fourto vocal music and recitations added to
doubt of the oldest
G. B. Wells. one persons now seven hundred i dollars per Here last the pleasures of the evening. During
has reached your age, and continuedto in Florida who born with and Mr. John Powell sang The remains
i Prohibition Party were season. Prof Flowers says that the tho entertainment Rev. D. B. Putter- 1
practice as you have. In lookingover were then carried to the morning
in the confines of the state.During .
these sixty years of active practice I W. R. Bryant Charlotte R. Coffin present train for Jacksonville, In chargeof only thing needed, in this section of son was called upon to present se.t.'r.III .
the War between the States
I have often tried to estimate in R. A. McAuley, W. N. Nanny, Wesley she became noted for her active work Funeral Director DeWitt O Jones. Florida to make it n success IK for the l tokens of friendship to Mr. und Mrs.

my mind the amount of human suffer- C. Richards Ernest M. Smith. in behalf of the soldiers. Her spiritof Besides Mr. Jones, the following cOm- farmers "to get down to business and Halligan, a gift from her class and

ing you have been able to relieve and i White Republican Party self-sacrifice and her devotion to posed the funeral cortege from Starke, grow it. an expensive traveling case from their i'
the good cheer you have brought I Geo. W. Allen, Jas. W. Archibald, the Southern almost with. Mrs. J. M. Tatum Miss Lucile Tatum, '1 The above is from Monday's Times- many friends. )11'(. They 1..It"ondl.I.IInd. )

where the shadows of sickness was i In. L. Clough, J. II. Drummond, J. W. cause was Mrs. Messrs. C. C. and It. J. Tatum Revs. Union. Some time ago \'. Howard as \'. Hulligun put it, were

hovering, and through your skill you I I Locke, J. B. MofTett. out Hiers'a parallel.activities Since have the been war devoted J. C. Diggs and R. D. Law, Mrs. O. J. presented the Telegraph with several simply overwhelmed) by the occasion.
I Republican Party samples of his tobacco, whith we In The good wishes of the community
were able to let in the sunlight of primarily to domestic affairs. Even Griffin, Mrs. John Sims, of Jacksonville 'I' r
hope and restore to health the sick. I' James W. Archibald, E. M. Brels- her she is noted for Mrs. Wells, of Palatka Messrs. turn gave to G. M. Inmnn, sod they certainly go with them.-Altumont 'l..

After all life can only be estimatedby ford, Leland M. Chubb F. F. If. Pope, at her energetic present age of the John Powell, S. R. Johns and T. A. can now be seen in his real estate of (IN. Y.)_ .Enterprise) 15th..?
B. G. Smith George P. Wentworth. management fire Mr. Inman Is an expert in judg. ---+
what we are able to do for others. home. Brinson, of Starke, and Mr. Wells of 1
i Socialist Party I ing tobacco and pronounced the samples AT THE: TRAP SHOOT
Without service, 1 can see no real i|1 But Mrs. fliers has always found Washington, I D. C. !i
Fred Cole Mrs. L. L. Mrs. A. excellent I
place for happiness. Life is a relationship Bays time to take an active interest in national When the train arrived In Jackson .. --- |, BB WMI
and to be a part of this great E. Henri, A, N. Jackson L. M. O'Kel. and state affairs. She is now a ville many of the Masonic order and COUNTY j I The following scores were made by

plan directed by the hand of God, is a I I ly Herman W. Pilsbury.I registered voter and intends to cast personal friend of the bereavedfamily COMMISSIONERS the Staike Gun Club October 14th:
James W. Archibald is the nominee -
privilege and a real source of pleas. her ballot for Cox and Roosevelt, the received the. cortege and the I Hit Mi a
I I of both factions of the republicans J, M. Mitchell ____ ___
ure. I I Democratic nominees for presidentand remains were taken to the funeral I -- -- 10 15
"We wish we might be with you on for presidential elector. His name will vice-president! November i parlors of Marcus Conant. whore Ruv. Wednesday, Oct. 20, tho board of W. J. Epperson _____n___ (II I 19 ;
the 18th but will be with in spir. I appear but once the official ballots. county commissioners met at the courthouse Roscoe McLano _
you Diggs, former pastor of the dlt'ealloJ.I ______ 21 21) ,
it. while we cannot be with you in per. FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING OF I conducted the slid rites In a manner in special session at 10 o'clock W. 1\1, Wainwiight _n__ 13 12 .

son." WE HAVE THE WARES I THE SANTA FE ASSOCIATION calculated to give consolation to the a.Chairman m., and was called to order by. II. C. Wall ___________.__ Ill 31 :4 1
C. A. Roberts with nil
- members K L. Turner _
sorrowing ones. Later R numerous' ______ 23 27
I Tuesday a great deal of such Starke present, to-wit: J. M. Brown- G;, M. Inman ____
SILVER TEA I Will Meet in Hampton at the Baptist procession followed the remains to u 11 14
I I products are prevail this season, were lee, Diow Koldixh, O. V. Brooks nnd Joe ____ _
I Church Oct. 2931. Evergreen cemetery, where Solomon James i Wainwright n 19 81W. ,
Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. James'' sent away.of Powell & Powell!, one carload I 1 Lodge F. & A. M. took charge of the Reynolds. ,II E. Yarborough _____ 5 B

II. Kitch' gave a silver tea Friday afternoon > I| Sweat spirits carload of of turpentine; G. C. I The fifth Sunday meeting of the ceremonies attendant upon the inter- I Bond of I''. W. Hayes for tux colloc- Paul E. Canova _______-- 10 33II. 1
ties T. Williams
from four to six at the homeof one ; S. Santa Fe Association will convene ment. Handsome floral tributes from tor to fill unexpired term of B. 1\[. 1\1, Clnrvoc ___________ 14 11

Mrs. Griffin on N. Walnut street. I Griffin, one& Johns carload one ot carload sweet potatoes of shin; I with the First Baptist church of the Shrlners from friends In far-off Dowling was presented and approved. T S. Williams ___ nn_ 12 13 1,3

The rooms of the lower floor of this I I gles. In less than, carload lots Hampton Oct. 29-31, Rev. E. A* Bur Kansas and from private parties added The board then proceeded to revise M. )1''. Brown _--______-- 12 13

charming home were thrown ensuite half carload of brooms from werenearly nett, pastor | Beauty to the impressive I'itualthat the registration books of said county Aubrey Hrinson ________. 11 .14

and made more attractive with vases '| Quigley Broom a Co. Friday consigned to earth one of our best beloved ''us provided for by law, und instructed W. C. Powell ._un__.... tf 16

and bowls of beautiful roses and marti i hides by P. S. McMillan, a large quantityof 11 a. Devotional exorcises and citizens. |I the clerk to have the list of names W. II. Graham ..-__._. 12 13

golds. The large number of guests''' number of crates of squash, a goodly from introductory set'mon-Rev. II. E. Ride. -+ !stricken from said registration books I The automatic trap) shooter has arrived

listened appreciatively to the following Brooker, and strawberry plants and nour. ''OCTOBER': HONOR ROLL OF I published as required by law | and has boon installed. After
beautifully rendered program: sweet 12 a. m.-Dinner on the ground. I Board adjourned until first Monday (he first of November the Club will
potatoes by
Duet Hazel Middlcton sent express. 1:45: p. Enrollment of messengers RRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL( in November 19L'0. give prizes. for shooting, the business
and Harriet We have the .
wares. After a short I __ _. ,.. _ I
Ritch. and business I it r A_ .'-' mon of Starke to bo solicited for fund ti'
time there will be cane pecans and First Grade-Melba Silcox Grace:
Solo-a( ) "Who Knows. (b) "By persimmons ready for shipment, then the 2:15:Churt'h"-Rev.)p. m.-The Layman's M. in i i Alvarez Silas Kite, Etholin, White, :i I Ii CIIICUITI'OUR'I'1'x11 for same.- - e''
the Waters of the Minnetonka"Mrs.O. '' I
syrup. Discussion. i Betty McLane, Hazel Adkins, James'Hichllrd -It\I'OIUJ-- i
E. Knight. | At the same time the freight room Wainwright, Alice Fernandez Term Com cues on FirM MondayIn
Solo, "La Sel't'nata"-l\Irs. Markley of the depot was full of goods shippedin 2:45: p. m. Report of delegates j
Richard John I
Long McLcmlon
Johns. I 7:30 p. m.-Song service led by RPV. Inez November Raiford Oct. 22_Mr. and Mrs.
including large number of
a syrup Tompkins Paul Dubose.-,Miis Olive I
E. Smith
E. Hardin. Crows
Violin solo, "The Mocking Bird"- barrels. As a shipping and Ray teacher. The full term of the circuit court wore visitors here last
Gussie Mae Bennett, accompanied by point Starke still holds her l'eCeiVinl'j 8 p. m.-Inspirational sermon-Rev for Bradford will Thursday afternoon, .,
Second Grade-Geruldinc Kite Clara county convene Inftal'ke
W. A. A.
.VIIKS uons Law. _. -. Armstrong. I D. Andrews and Ilurney Hendiicks ,
|I Louise Peek, Daisy! Tompkins, Comer on Monday November 1st
Solo, "Mammy's Song"-Mrs. E. K. HAYES IS NOW TAX COLLECTOREnos Saturday )dwal'dl4.-Mildrod: Crosby teacher with Hon. H. A, ThruHhor as judge. left Thursday for Now Smyrna.
Perryman. 10 a. m.-Devotional service led by Hampton Jones, of Jacksonville
Tho docket will not bo heavy and
B. A. Barrington. I|I ,
was the
guest of Mr. and
Reading, "Susie's Wants and Wishes" 1 W. Hayes, who was nominal- 10:40: a. m.-Additional business and Third Grade-Vivian Kite, Dora there U only one important case to be MrsA. i). Andrews ,

-Hazel Middleton. ed for tax colelctor at the June pri enrollment of delegates. Manning, rah Struth, Wilma Ed. tried. This is the killing of Roswcll ,i H. W. Sweat of Huynes

Voice-a( ) "Little Mother of Mine"b mary, was on lust Saturday appointed 10:45: a. m.-The Importance of wards, Paul Ernest Knight.-Mildred Dennison by Cliff Douglass al4 prlncl- the wook-ond hero with his City, spent
t family.
( ) "The Star"-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. to that office to fill out the unexpiredterm Family Prayers-Rev. N. T. King. CroHhy and Jessie Thomas, teachers. pal and Willie Dicks as accessory, on Mrs A. L. Sweat returned 'r

Mrs. Griflin and Mrs. Ritch, the hostesses of B. M. Dowlmg, resigned. Mr. Discussion. I Fourth Grade-Katie Bryant WilLiam the night of August 20th, about eight homo In Ocala after to her II

served delicious fruit salad, Dowling resigned because he thoughtit 11:15 a.. m.-Doctrinal sermon by Duncan, Merrill Struth, Jeannetto I miles west of Luke Butler. The young with her sister Mrs. upending It. W. Sweat a while'

sandwiches and ice tea with mint, and would be best for the new collector Rev. N. ''B. O'Kelly. Andrews-Jessie Thomas, teach men implicated have, been confined In.I Ii .I The revival meeting closed the

were assisted in serving by Mrs. E. to start his work with the opening of 12 in.-Dinner on the ground. er. i the county jail ever since.IClHcwhcru Advent church Sunday at {
K. Perryman Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, the books for 1920. When this I In this issue will bu found night.
phaseof Fifth Grade Edison I
2 p. m.-What are the Fruits of Bi-lniton, Gladys I I Mrs. A. D. Andrews Mrs. W. W.Iltil.e. .
Mrs. Muikloy Johns, Mrs. J. L. Peek, the matter was called to the attention Christianity?-Rev. O. T. Montcrief. Russell, Elizabeth Andrews, Kline a list of those drawn as jurymen for Barney Hcmlrlcks and
Mrs. N. T. Ritch and little Misses the full 1 term of ,
Governor Catts he readily
accepted Jones Elizabeth
3 p. m.-Meeting in charge of the Kendrick, Jessie Mae I wore visitors to Mucclenny .
Harriett .
Ritch and Gussie --- -- ,
nett. May Ben- Mr. Dowling's resignation and W. M. U. Strickland, Bertha Wilson, Louise I' afternoon. x.,

The I appointed Mr. Hayes. 7:30 p. Devotional service. Mott, Jacob Green, Berry Johns.- ) j I I Mr. Gray and Mildred Klckliler, of 'f
silver tea was given for the ben. I Mr. Hayes is well I I
exceptionally I
Bessie McG
8:00 p. m.-The Value of Religious ruder, teacher. Jacksonville, were wN'k-Nullfuollta of i.
efit ladies of the Methodist church as the qualified to fill thin important office Papers in the Home-Dr. Mitchell. i Sixth .Joseph Thomas, Owen I In Orlando last Sunday at 4 o'clock Mr. and Mrs KlckliU-r. 2

the are raising money to renovate and the public may look forward to I'rcHentation of the Witness. Griffin, Sammy Sternbcrg.-Horla p. m. occurred the marriage of Miss i I Ii I W. W. Rice, of Ocala Is spending ;
interior of this house of worship. efficient service from him. lIe will begin i Alt-no a f]
The Sunday Law, teacher. I Reynolds daughter of Mr. arid few days here with wife and friends. F/
delightful sum of $45.75 was realized by this his official duties next week by col- 9:45: a. m..Sunday school mass Seventh Grade-Ruby Davis, Lois Mrs. W. J. Reynolds, of Kiaftimince, Miss Maude )Futch of Elarboe, ll r y:i

---- _social___affair.. _______ I lecting the annual ocupational licen- meeting, Bro. A, M. Williams) in Edward-Mrs. J. C. Diggs, teacher and Mr. W. L. Arimttrong. Tlin bride the guest of \'. R. W. Sweat i,'.
ses. charge Eighth Grade-Hugh L. Brownlee, is a former teacher of Bradford county A. I D. Andrews und Barney Hen- HI'
BIRTHDAY PARTY 'oIX -- -- - 11 a. Missionary Sermon by Jr.-Carrie Holly toucher. I i who for the pant few months has drlcks returned homo Saturday night |,>.

MRS. CANDIDATE roll Rev. J.P. Gables, district represent Ninth Grade-Elizabeth Brownlec I been employed In the ofllcc of the after spending a few days in New :f
Saturday ,
Mi, afternoon, October 16th, PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORMrs. ative of the state board of missions Nell Mott, Isabel Fernandez Eunice iruynlone hotel. Though her residence Smyrna. |

and Mrs. p. S. McMillan gave a I 12 Adjournment. Perkins, Laura Wynn.-Mrs. B. D. In Kissimmce hug been of short duration I Mrs o.lum returned to her home In I\S'l"'\i
birthday party for their little son, I Charlotte R. Coffin of John- Law teacher. I' she has, nevertheless inaile
'harles Everybody invited. numerous Gainesville; Saturday morning after
Henry who was then five town, nominated by the prohibitionists . I friends with her .
-- Eleventh Gl'ado-Paul Can ova Nellie sunny dixpoI assisting Rev. Butler '
)'' during the reviv- '
0' old.
Their i: t'
de home was tastefully Ifor presidential elector has been CAI" THANKSWe Sh'lIrns-Milili Jeannette Matthews I sition. The groom is employed by the III meeting here
mated i I ,
for the occasion and the I I known by the women of the state for lonelier. Atlantic Coast Line Railway In the Wilbur Scott of Starke, was In :

table rowning, feature was the dining room many years. For twelve years she desire to extend our sincere Twelfth Grade-Aileen Alvarez, Or- capacity of bridge foreman, which po. town Friday afternoon ,

on which was the birthday cake, I was state Sunday school superintendent thanks to the good people who no ville Gnffis, Maggie Maxwell.-Miss titian he has held for some years. After A. D. Andrews, Clevy Sapp Torn

The gaining little five little burning candles. I| of the Woman's Christian Tem1 kindly helped us at the time of our Jeannette Matthews teacher.S. I the ceremony the happy couple Andrews were visitors to Starke on "

'Itn guests were entertained 1. perance Union and later superintendent great trouble over the sudden death S. DOWLING, repaired at once to the home on Bermuda Tuesday. '

reading piano music by Mrs. McMillanand of the W.: C. T. U. for juvenile of the beloved head of our family. We I I Principal. i avenue which the groom had Doris Scott sport the week-end in \
by Mrs. J.
H. ITeming courts and child welfare. prepared for Ms
deeply appreciate the genuine sympathy -------- Starke. \ ,
way of
ed Waldo. After they had enjoy. Mrs. Coffin aided in organizing and beautiful floral offerings.Mrs. SUNDAY MORNING SERVICE ATICASUOU'II I I Rev Butler, who has been conduct'i'i
several !
games, the little guests South Carolina for . 1 .i
equal suffrage --- ---- -
were invited J. M. Tatum and Family. Ing a revival meeting here returned ](
to the I i t'
dining to
room years ago and has always beenan
-- --l --- IIAI'TISTA to his home In Jacksonville
partake awe little of ambrosia and cake. Then ardent advocate of the right of CAKE AND PIE SALE SATURDAY Subject. The Kingdom of Christ I --. Monday. 'J
Martele Hemingway dress. women to vote, and for the .
AFTERNOONThe and the Promise to Abraham. Will G. M. Inman local 1
ed like
a fairy, rolling little decorated ; largo audience was punctual at representative
a cause.STARKE
wheelbarrow loaded with toy _.__ _._A___ '! the Jews Possess the Holy Lund? the evening service which was moved of the E. A, Strout Farm Agency, returned |
i nal.oons: of which each guest was HAS STATE CANDIDATEIt ladies of the U. D. C. will have All are welcome. Time, 11 to 12. up to 7:30 for the winter at that ser Sunday night from a visit to a. +

; "anted with one. At last came pre-Mr. a cake and pie sale tomorrow afternoon REV. .R. I).. BOWER. vice. This is much appreciated. : his old home in Virginia. He states ) ,
a.' from 2 to 5 oclock at the insurance I -- ------ --- ---- that business conditions
over Preaching services 11 7 are more or
with and
his and took a. m
camera a is perhaps not generally known
office of Harold C. Wall. Sandwiches i I MILLER: less
unsettled the
I und that
; ir' it the merry party. The little that one of Starke's well known citizens f', m. ,, up country ';
i re. and ice tea, or sandwiches and' i I Kt| ) qiiM! panned J.IAO clew HI at i
received ; until {
many fine gifts and is a candidate for a state office at Sunday school at 10 a. m.
':arratulations | coffee will also be served. The ladles Miller Oct. 22.-Mr. and Mrs. J. T'. ; move to Stark Ho thinks Florid, U
and the party was a the general election to be held Tuesday I B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m.
of this organization noted for There and attractive Miss
i uceossful are daughter, I 1 about the most fortunate part of the
one. November 2nd. Mr. Newell B. I Midweek service, 7:30, Wednesday
i - .+ their excellent "eats," patronize them Miller Hiers Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Tiers I United States during the present per.
( for nights, one-half hour long.BLANCHARD.
Hull many years postmaster at and get something flood. \ and children Irene and Milton, of lod of readjustment, and that the future .
[ DEATHS Starke, is the nominee of the republican --__ I I Wauchula, attended Mrs. E. B. ITlet'x88th D. LAW, ,, holds big thing in store for thus
party for commissioner of agriculture .
METHODIST birthday celebration Dukes Pastor.
! v''t' Henry F. at I state.
Parmonter, a well of the state.
; and highly respected citizen of ._- ..-- I I Thursday and visited Mr. und Mrs. II.
1 wateroak section Sunday school, 9:45: a. m. S. Miller and family Friday, returningto (torn to Worthington Spring. last Two amateur burglars were reconnoitering
died last
i Sat- SPECIAL ELECTION TUESDAYA Every member of the church in Sunday their home Saturday. I week. a neighborhood. One pointed
morning and buried Sun.
was election
will be held
special town
| .i": ai the Dyal school. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Rovers, of Mr. and Mrs. Angus BiellinK, of out a prosperous looking house asa
! 'vid B. Johns cemetery. next Tuesday to elect one member of Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Lake Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. T. Providence, visited! the lattcr'tt parents likely subject for their efforts. li.
of the Wateroak the board of aldermen. .
don, died last At the annual Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. m.I II. Rimes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Rimes, Sun- ) "Nope," said the other. "Taint
fir Johns Sunday afternoon. election held in September J. W. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30: Miss Olga Priester, of Lake Butler, day. j! worth while cracking that house. I '
suffered stroke of paral-I+ White and Roscoe McLane tied for Ip. m. / spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. p pso
; -" some months I Miss Carrie Roland Thomas attended looked through the windprand! they'ie
had since
ago and this place and the election 'I
, ':*n in declining health. special J. C. Belle Brown. the BBth birthday celebrationof durn poor that two ladies actuallyhad '. f'
next Tuesday Is decide
I to thin tie. Pastor, I Mr. and Mrg. N. H. Stokes were vls- Mrs. E. B. Hiers Thursday. to play at one piano."


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I here Friday afternoon. Mrs. Alberta Stokes,. of. Brooker, on vices here Sunday.H. -- .

I Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse, was a professional I 1 Sunday 11 0..Rivera spent frt of lastweekat i

caller here Sunday. Alvin CIC'mons811 a visitor to the Lacrosse with his daughter, Mrs. COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
o Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hazen and ,, Brooker section Sunday afternoon. I' D. L. Shaw.
,' Miss Eunice, and Mrs. L. A.I Inez Brannen attended church here a Full Line of
; daughter I|: Eugene Crosby, of Brooker, was the
County News Items Brown spent Sunday afternoon in1, guest of friends here Sunday afternoon Sunday I I Undrtaktr' Supplies
Graham with Mr and Mrs. Alvin Mc- I Nona Brown, of Sampson City, was :
KlnnC' +. I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Parrish of visiting relatives and friends here AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
H. S. Warren was a business visitor Sunday Always on hand. The best
Dukes, were guests of A. L. Green SIT.
Inter ftln fact Gathered During the Week br Our afternoon. 'I vice at the lowest
.. to SUrke Monday I Saturday and Sunday The Christian convention will be, prices. Sue-
Regular Correspondents. \ .1 Mr. Johnson, of Jacksonville, has Messrs. J. 11. Kelly, J. E. Clemons held at Long Bridge church the fifth I' dial attention to telegraph or.

moved his family in the Bcville cottage -:I and II. C, Surrency spent last week in Sunday in October. Everybody come ers. Registered Embalmer.
recently vacated by L. L. Johns.A and bring well /Ailed baskets. <
.. __OIl I I Georgia visiting friends and relatives
{' -1 business meeting was held at the Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Mills left Satur. Wesley Johns was a visitor to Watermill DeWITT C. JONES
I ZIFF ford, were visitors to Lawtey Sunday. ,I, Free Will Baptist church Monday for day for their home near Live Oak. last week.
J. W. Eaton, of Jack.onvllle.lpent I the purpose of sending delegates to 1 Ruby Johns was a visitor to the I I STARKE, FLA.

Ziff, Oct. 22Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sunday at hia farm near Lawtey I|I the South Georgia Association which Brannen school Friday. j jI jI I JtQ
't Dr. E. L. Biggs of Starke, was a this CROSBY LAKE
7 Shaw of LaCrosse, are receiving con. convenes at Hazelhurst, Ga., I
i I gratulatlons' over the arrival of a son, visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. week. -

i born Oct. 11 tho Miss Dora Clark' of Wateroak, via Rev. E. B. Joyner and T, Pinkston, Crosby Lake, Oct. 22.-Rev. Crawford -

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dennison and I ited relatives in Lawtey Wednesday. of Dukes, spent Monday afternoon of Lake Butler, pastor of the FARMERSThe

'children, of Midway, spent the weekend James Browning, of Jacksonville, Church of Christ, baptized four candidates big "Hartford" has just opened FARM DEPART

I : here with. Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Lew. spent Sunday at the home of his par.; here.Harley Hazen spent Monday here Thursday afternoon at Crosby MENT here. Takes care of BRADFORD COUNTY farmer

is. ents. I with hia parents. j I lake, and Sunday Rev. T. J. Barnes of same as big western farmer. Everything
'I j. Miss Alva Thomas spent the week. Mr. and Mrs. Terry visited' relatives A large shipment of squashes left Dukes baptized two candidates into covered against loss by FIRE. LIGHTNING you own or make
and friends in Fort White Saturday the Pine Level church. WIND.
end near LaCrosse with her sister, ; : here Monday for various markets I Baptist
Mr*. Debbie Shaw. and Sunday. E. T. Stewart spent the week-end I II. M. McRae is on the sick list this STORMS, CYCLONES, TORNADOES. You get advantageof

ll . Silas }Futch of Jacksonville spent.j here with hi. family. week.L. FIVE YEAR rate but only pay premium EACH YEA,
Misses Maud and Elizabeth Gainey, ,
I i of Lake Butler, spent last week with Sunday with his family here. I MI" Murphy Price has been on the H. Edwards is moving here this no interest. Insuring clause much more liberal. Restric!

( I. their cousin Miss Lydia Groover. Mrs. Joe Allen was a visitor to sick ]list but is somewhat improved. week from Waldo. tions heretofore on farm policies removed. First farmer

I ,. J. B. Thomas was a business visitor Jacksonville last week. I !Mr Jernigan, of Clayno was a business I' Prayer meeting next Sunday night showed policy recognized advantoges, accepted at once.
Rev E. D. Boyer, Mrs Boyer, Mrs. will be at Mr. Stobos.
t. to Graham Saturday. visitor here Saturday.L. INVESTIGATE IT. Cannot tell you in this advertisement .
. V. K. Reddish and J. L. Harrell attended w.-
A. Brown made a business tripto
lS'I I Leroy Dennison of Midway, spent the many feat Tres. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS
association Cot'inth
the Baptist at. I Staike Saturday afternoon. XOIUfAN ROSIER
; Sunday here Agency Est. 1886. J. R. DAVIS & CO.
n church last week I Fred Hazcn and Lewis Shriver were Starke, Ha

;r Mr. 'and Mrs Harry Howard and J, T. Reddish was a business visitorto visitors In the Graham section Sun A quiet wedding occurred at the
children and mother Mrs. Howard
Jacksonville last week. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier
of Gainesville passed through hereSaturday I day.Mr.
I Raiford. Albert Jennings was a visitor to and Mrs A. A. Hazen were Sunday evening Oct. 3rd, when their
rnroute Starke Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. shopping: in Alachua Friday. daughter, Doris Ethel, and Mr. Levy
Mm. J. II. Thomas last
spent Susan Teston spent last week T. B. Shirley left Sunday for Jacksonville Norman were united in marriage. The
with of LaCrosHe.her daughter Mrs. Henry Shaw, with relatives and friend* in Raiford. bride is a former teacher of this coun- A SIMPLE RECIPE FOR SATISFACTION

I ) Prof. Lonnie Futch, of RaiforJ, was Ines Abernathy spent Monday in ty and has many friends who will wish
J. C. Dennison
Messrs. and
Leroy a visitor to Lawtey Saturday. Alachua. for her much happines sin her new life
Purvis Lewis visitors to
; Brooker Saturday. Miss Claudia Terry visited her sister Mn. Annie Pinholster spent Sunday The groom is one of Bradford's prosperous .
with her brother W. Baxter who farmers and has a host
Ming Florrie at Starke Saturday. ,
:. .Lacy I'rcvatt is ill at this writing
l is seriously ill in Gainesville. of friends who extend congratula
Mr. and Mra. John Teuton of Jack
( 1>r. Tribble, of LaCrosse was a visitor I
here Sunday. sonville were visitors to Lawtey Sun Miss Andreu Entertains Lions :
Miss Mana Andreu entertained a First take the pay envolepe and extract therefroma
and Lewis and children day. )
t Mr. Mrs. U. 1'.
number of her friends LONG BRIDGE that practical. Bring it to the
i Uruluh and Ovid, spent Sunday Miss Gladys Clayton returned to her young Saturday proportion seem
at the home of K. Mills, of Graham. home in Macclenny Sunday afterspending evening with a pound party and social bank and let us take care of it and add interest:
i celebrating her sixteenth birthday A Long, Bridge, Oct. 22Rev. Williams -
t MU Allie Pone of Louise, spent a few days here with Mr.
number of the of Starke preached a interesting
younger set were prea.ent very
Sunday with Miss Avy Starling. and !Mrs J. W. Batbour
r At determined intervals preferably
playing various games, and enjoying sermon Saturday' and SanI upon every
I Ben Polk) and son, Clifton, spent Bradley Green and family, of Jacksonville I
f the weck-und at Bell with his parents. visited relatives near music and dancing until a late day week or at least every month, repeat this operation.

I Woodrow and Willie Prescott are on tey Sunday. hour, when they were invited to Anna Mae Johns is numbered on l

( I' the dick list this week. Henry Burncy was transacting business partake of the tempting eats which the sick list this week. In a comparatively short time you will enjoy the
i Program rendered at Ziff literary In Jacksonville Monday. were spread on a large table. Miss Mrs. S. N. Johns and Mrs. Claude

? 1;; society! Friday afternoon. Champ Green of Jacksonville, spent Andreu received many handsome and Brown were transacting business in satisfaction that comes with steady saving1.,

r Song, No. 45School.Recitations Sunday with relatives near Lawtey.Joe useful! presents. and her friends wish Lake Butler Monday.

by Martha Groover Lin. Allen was transacting business her nanny more such happy biithdays. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thomas of And to increase your own satisfaction, pass on the

:I nie Parker, Ruby Kelly in Jacksonville the first of the week. Mr and Mrs A. B. Shaw and children South Florida, are visiting the latter recipe to others so that they may similarly profit

I Song-Jothua Groover. Elias, Henry Futch died at his late of Gainesville. spent Saturdaywith '. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marion

Home Nt'ws-Avy Starling home near Lawtey, October 12th from friends Moody.
; R'c-ltaliona-Allhll: Lewis Irwin pneumonia having been nick only a Miss Edyth Warren, of Jacksonville, Pierce Crews was in Lake Butler

-) : Padgett. week Mr. Futch was born ip this spent the week-end with her parents, Saturday.Mrs. .

Hf'RlilA'eull1h, Lewis county in Aug. 1851 and has been a Mr. and Mrs. If. S. Warren. Ben Sapp is spending a whilein
John Groover and Mr. Seckinger, Mulberry with relatives and friends
Recitations-Lydia Groover, Opal hift-time resident.< He was married I
i I Lewis, l.onnie Parker, Lulu Mae Lew when quite a young man. From thin of Alton spent Saturday here with Lloyd. Clark was in Lake Butler Sat LAKE BUTLER BANK

is. union seven children were born, six of friends. urday attending to business.

Joken-Lydia Groover whom are now living:, namely R. H. Miss Daley Lewis, of Midway, spent W. M. Hodges, of Starke, was in

Reniimg.Alva Thomas and J. Q., Mrs. Geo. Crawford, Mrs. Sunday here with relatives our section last week I State, County, District and City DepositoryLAKE

t Hec-ltationB-Rufu.: Prescott, Leland Ben Groves Mrs. Ossie Green and Rev. Joe Kelly attended the Primitive Jim Thomas, of New River was in
Baptist Association.. near Ray here Sunday. BUTLER, FLA.
LiUhflcld Oriel Fowler. Miss Amanda Futch. Besides his devoted
Critic-Ming\ Vera Surrency.WOODLAWN wife and children he leaves four City, Ga., last week-end. Mrs Irene Moody and daughter Au

: brothers and two sisters, Daniel Futchof Rev. Wood will conduct services at drey-Bell, of New River attended ser- I

Raiford Silas Futch, of Hampton, the Free Will Baptist church Sunday

i Ceo.L. Futch, of Lnwtey, Steve Futch; morning and night, on ac"ount' the

Wiwxllawn, Oct. 22J. S. Phillips of Jacksonville Mrs. Nancy Britt, of pastor being away. Everybody at.

returned to his home in Miami Sat Macclcnny, Mrs. Rich Muse, of Sanford tend.Arden
urday after visiting relatives for a and 40 grandchildren and a host Crosby was In Hampton on

few days. of friends to mourn his departure. Fu- Sunday afternoon -

Messrs.\ J. S. Norman and D. L. Phillips neralervices were held at his home Mr and Mrs G. B. Colson motoredto

attended! the funeral of Henry Thursday, services being conductedby Worthington Sunday afternoon

I'armvnter at the Dyal cemetery Sun- Rev. J. O. Diggs, of Starke. Ben Crosby, of Sampson City, spent
l the week-end here.

i ; 1 1i day.Mrs. E. J. 11111 and children spent The Woman's has been Christian reorganized TemperanceUnion by Mrs. Chester Andicu, of New River was lI
the weekend in the Wateroak section :, Saturday afternoon.
F. A. Scott of Starke, district organizer -
Mr. Russ was in Hampton Sunday
with her sinter, Mrs. J. S. Sapp.
with the following officers: Mrs. afternoon.Roy .
J, 13. Browning was a business visitor Charles Dinklns president; Mrs. A. I
Godwin was! here Monday en-
to St. Augustine Monday. II. Harley, vice president, and Mrs.
route to Williford.
School opened at the Futch school J. H. !Moore, secretary.. ...
Monday with Miss Jessie hutch, of --- :
This union interesting
gave a very PINE HILL
i Lawtpy, fiB teacher program Friday afternoon at the I 1:1
i D. II. Browning was a business visitor I I
school house for the mothers' meeting '
r to Jacksonville. Monday. Pine Hill!, Oct. 22.-..Mr. and Mrs.

David Johns died early Sunday even. Devotional., as follows Scripturerending: Mrs. Dave Dukes, of Alachua, were guests. I I
ing after lingering illness of several of T. L. Godwin Sunday. I !r r : rp
Charles Dinkins.RendingMrs..
week. He loaves to mourn his death/ J. T. Moore. Ralph Hazen was in 'Brooker Sat !II ,glllllI
urday. :I
wife, one Mon and one daughter. Ills
Solo>>-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. and
Stirrency L I
l body was laid to rest In the Dyal cemetery Violin Duet-Flora Brown and Lena ;
Monday afternoon, funeral services Fricgo.! children were guests of her sister,
being conducted by Rev. D. L. "
Phillips. Reading, "Bubles or Breweries? Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Days
Mrs." T. J. Terry. ____
James Browning of Jacksonville, Is DruMixt rrfuad money: If PAZO OINTMENT runtluwrelmhllla.allnd !
Song-Class of girls 7eedingorPnarudlnMPlhtlunentl' :
upending a few days here with his Talk-Mrs. F. A. Scott. ..., tullevea.\Iirlvnn,! Piles 1 und you con f
parents!; Mr and Mrs I D. B. Brown ?< 4))- -*'* pit |ti>ll'>*%('a>i. n'
Song-Flora Brown, Mary Boyer'
ing. -m TONE
-- Winifred Wimberly, Mattie Harley. ., t: AMPLIFIER

J LAWTEY Talk-Rev. Diggs.A I
call was then made for new mem.
here and a number of ladies their
1.. Law toy, Oct. 22.-Dr. J. C. Wills, gave Liver I
names for membership.The I Torpid
f, of Stnrke, was a professional visitor
o program was closed with prayer .
to Lawtry last week

r i'' Mrs, F. D. Saylcs and )Mrs. L. II. liy Rev. foyer. I Black-Draught "has no equal I &ninwk*
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t t// Hill'dl"II.) E. A. Todd at Fort mwOl\Ell l i for headache sour stomach,tor-
Myers hint Mrs. Todd
week has beenill pld liver and feverish colds ." p

did for not a find few her weeks much and Imlll'ove,1.Irs.the visitors! Brooker, Oct. 22.-Mm. T. C. Hazen declares Mrs. Annie Whitmore, PHONOGRAPHS: '} : A.ND' RECORDS; : ; eWe

Todd wan a resident of Lawtey for a spent Wednesday In Alachua chopping of Gate City, Va. "It is easy to

number of years and has many friends. Mice Mary Rawls, of Aluchua, spent take and does not gripe, as a
here who hope her speedy the wock-end here with her cousin, lot of medicines do," she adds.
a recovery. YouAs k
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye, of Jacksonville Mrs. I. W. Pinholster. I "It is good to take in a hot tea Say to :

lulled relatives in Lawtey first H. C. Surrvncy spent the past weekvisiting for colds, or can be taken in a "I
of the week relatives in Georgia.Mrs. i dry powder. I can't say enough .ti I

'' D. Rowe, Mucclr-nny) visited relatives . I. W. Pinholster Jr., and Miss for Black-Draught and the sick- We Say to All---
in Edna Baxter were shopping( in AlachUH t ljllllll Nlil1
l.awtey ness it has saved USo"
S. T. bowling and family, of Ral- Suturduy.Mr. .
r and Mrs. Dave Dukes, of Alach Let tone decide which phonograph you buy. Listen to

t .No Worm In a Healthy Chllo ua. spent Sunday with relatives here.L ,
j I I different instruments, ask to have different records played,
I All children troubled with h.v. an lIDo R. Gainey and family spent Sun. Thodford'sBLACKDQAUQHT
healthy color,which 1 Indium apace blood and... day in Gainesville with relatives. I Compare The Brunswick with other phonographs.
1 rub,there le more or Inn stomach dtaturbance.OKOVE's Wo
little Vera
are to report
TASTELESS chin,TONIC iwn miuuriy. '
fur two or three wmka will enrich the blood. tin Gainey on the convalescent list. Insist on a phonograph which plays ALL records, as The '. '
prove the dlilrnclon and act us a General Sircnmhenlnil Mr. E. Thomas and children, of
I ," 1 Brunswick, B? not: content with fo
Tunic tit "wliul nyfrin.. Nuturewiithe ; Weirsclalo visited at the home of her a phonograph designed
th 1 row off 0..1111"11..IK w...Hit,anil the. Child' I i ..r*..t hi.nlih l'l, 0 'ice Hlk-' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Sowell, but one make of records. J
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tho punt week has been found a valuable liver The r rter
i USE "DIAMOND DYES" Mrs. I,. ,V. Sowell of Alachua spent thousands of homes."I Brunswick plays ALL records, whatever make. And f : '

-- the weekend here with relatives. do not use any other liver -' plays them exactly as they should be played with the proper ,
Mrs. H. S. Warren Is the sick ;
t Dy rl'l't; \,\ ri. '. mar list this week on I medicine," says Mrs. Mary O. diaphragm, nedle, etc. ,And our all-wood Tone Amplifier :j t;

lerlnl. Diifli: 1.iui'kne,:"of"DiaJ'yuu" . II. P. Gainey and A. A, Haccn were Brown, of Europa! Miss. "It Is w gives them richness. ,
mend contain dSrro* transacting business In Jacksonville splendid for sour stomach, a ja greater 4

\ lions no almj oUinond-iIre>lu tint.. any anew last week. I bad taste in the mouth or torpid The new Brunswick Method: of Reproduction is Ihe most advancedand t

f woman can Murphy Price and P. M. Barefoot liver..1 keep it all the time, use finest of '
LJ tMfudolo\ .s C"lo! Into: I way playing yet devised. All old standards are discarded. t
vM garments, draperies i <'< ,'. wore in Hampton Sunday afternoon. it with the children and feel It We will be glad to prove to that The Brunswick the offer :
you ia| phonograph And
Jens has saved one you want. to
cringe, everything w Shirley and Guy Pinholster us many dollars in i
wool, silk, linen, cot It < of Jacksonville, spent Sunday herewith doctor tills and many days in the sam way of proving that Brunswick Records bring new standards. We abide by your decision.Consumer's :

t mixed plslds.if . homefolks. bed." ,
Buy "Dmtnonil) P.v't'." -I> 6 I '"N
,. N. T. Ritch visitor here Saturdny.
was a
other klml-then iNiilael i Insist on the genuine-Thed-
salts are pnnrnuloo.l njn. i lord's. il Lumber Company
you have never dyed I*' ".. / Mrs. L. L, Johth1 Agent' Friday''af ; :
)rrlljtgh.t J line, 'Alanumd) rl ternoon at Sampson City. E.S2 ,

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r \ ;: here Fridax r. afternoon 'I I.:i Mr*. Alberta Stokes, of Brooker on vices here Sunday. __
,: a t r>r. Tnbb:*. of LaCrosse was a prz- Sunday. J H. O.:Rivers spent part of last,week .".. 1&Z ==- _7-

\ 7e T Tt fsU>ftal cal.ter here Stmd&I'I' AIv'n demons wa a vtshor to the II |:: at LaCrosse with his daughter Mrs. COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
; Mr. and Mr*. D. W. Haxei and Brooker section Sunday afternoon. o) L. Shaw.
daughter! M.ts Conice. and Mr* L. A. Inez Brannen attended church here a Fall Line .(
l lI Eugene Crosby, of Brooker was the
County News Items t tif Brown spent Sunday after':.An in guest of friend here Sunday after- Sunday. UINl. -.r.' Seppi ,

Graham with Mr. and Mr*. A.'in MeKinney. ,,' noon Nona Brown of Sampson City was
I I visiting. relatives and friends here AUTOMOBILE HEAB: Mr. and Mn. Jimmie Parrish of
I H. S. Warren was a business Sunday. Always on hafri. The best
Facts Gathered During the Vtek br Our visitor i Dukes, were guests of A. L. Green vice at the let.
.tereedng to Starke Monday afternoon. |I Saturday and Sunday. The Christian convention will be lowest price. Sp

r H Regular Lorrespondmn.A \ I Mr. Johnson of .1ackSOflTne. has 111''''''. J. H. Kelly J. E. Clemoci held at Long Bridge church the fifth alai attention to telerraph ITera. .

II I moved his family! .in. the _Benlte tot sand|Ii : H. C. Sarreney spent last week in Sunday In October. Everybody come Registered E-bsl*, ,.
tage reeeruy vacated oy *- t- Johns- '> and bring well filled baskets
--- i Georgia visiting friends and relatives.
A business meeting was held at the Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Mais left Sator. Wesley Johns... a visitor to Wa- I DeWITT C. JONES
ZIFF ford were visitors to Lawtey Sunday. Free Will Baptist church: Monday for': tumiD last week.
day for their home near Lire Oak.CROSBY .
.. ;, J. W. Elton, of Jacksonville spent the purpose of sending; delegate. to t I[ Ruby Johns was a visitor to the a STAR cx:. FLA
:Ziff, pet 22.-Mr. and Mrs. Henry:'i Sunday at his farm near Lawtey. the South Georgia Association which Brancen. school Friday. >
Shaw of LaCrosse. are receiving con. : Dr. E. 1.. Biffs, of Starke was a convenes at Ha ethurt. Ga.. this I LAKE
gratnlatbms arrival of '' visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. -
over the a son week. I IRrv. I
i I t born 11 th. I' Miss Dora Clark of Wateroak. vi Crawford '
Oct. E. B. Joyeer and T. Crosby Lake. Oct. %!-Her.
k k :Mr. and Mrs J. O. Dennison and I II ited relative in Lawtey Wednesday. of Duke-i, spent Monday Pinbton.l f I of Lake Butler pastor of the FARMERSThe

I 1! children of Midway, spent the weekend -'' James Browning, of Jacksonville, here. I. Church of Christ baptized four candidate big "Hartford" has just opened FARM DEP.\RT.

r ', here wrth' )!r. and )11"1.1. W. LewIs. spent Sunday at the home of his par.! Harley Kazen spent Monday herewith Thursday afternoon at Crosby 3IE.VT here. Takes care of BRADFORD COUNTY farmer

.. ents.i &u parents. I i lake, and Sunday Rev. T. J. Banes of same as big western farmer. ,"U1thlDgou
j" Miss Alva Thomas spent the week.i j i Mr. and Mr*. Terry visited relative A large shipment! of squashes left Dukes baptized two candidate into cohered against toss by FlRE. own or make
> an 4 friends in Fort White Saturday the Pine Level church.H. LIGHTNING.VIn
end near LaCrosse with her sister:. here Monday tar< various msrrkets. i Baptist
Mrs. Debbie Shaw. ;' and Sanda,. E. T. Stewart spent the weekend M. )Ic Rae is on the sick list this STORMS. CYCLONES, TORNADOES. You get adranian
.- Silas Patch of Jacksonville of FIVE YEAR rate but only premium EACH
i # Muses Maud and Elizabeth Gainey. : spent here with his family I, week. pay TEAR
t of Lake: Butler spent last week with !' Sunday with his family here. !'I, Mrs. Murphy Price has been on the L. H. Edwards is Boring: here this no interest. Insuring clause much more liberal. Re. tric-

I ; their eoi Lan. Mica Lydia. Groover. Mn. Joe Allen was a visitor toJacksonville sick list but i* somewhat improved. week from Waldo. tions heretofore on farm policies removed. First farmer

I t J. B. Thomas was a business visitor last week. i|I I Mr. Jemigan. of Clayno.\ was a hasmess { Prayer meeting next: Sunday night! showed policy recognized adrantoges, accepted at once.
Rev. E. D. Boyer. Mrs. Bayer. :Mrs. visitor here | will be at Mr. Stobo. INVESTIGATE
"J-i'"Ji'I -{ to Graham Saturday.Leroy '' : Saturday. | IT. Cannot teU you in this adre'rtiment -.
V. p. Reddish and J. I.. Harrell attended L. A. Brown made business S-
a the
I Dennison of Midway, spent many features. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS
; the Baptist: association at Corinth Starke Saturday afternoon. }> NORK. '\ ROSIER
Sunday here.Mr. .
f and Mrs. Harry Howaro and church last week.J. :. Fred Hazen and Lewis Shriver were ) \geneEst.. 1886. J. R. DAVIS. & CO. Starke Fla.

t children! and mother, Mrs. Howard I T. Reddish was a business visitor t visitors in the Graham section< Son-)I A quiet wedding occturad at theI
to Jacksonville last week. day. i, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier
of Gainesville pasted through here I
I I Saturday enroute to Raiford. Albert Jennings was a visitor. to : )lr. and: Mr, A. A. Haten were ,, Sunday evening,, Oct. 3rd. when their
!! Mrs. J. Thomas last week Starke Saturday and Satlda,. ,' shopping hi Alachoa Friday. I, daughter. Doris Ethel and Mr. Levy
B.$ spent
+ ....' Mrs. Steam T.-d spent last week ,, T. B. Shrrt T-tft Sunday for Jack;! Norman were tmltict"in marriage. The
with her daughter. Mrs. Henry Shaw?
of LaCrosse. with relative and friends ta Raiford. I i sonville. | bride Is a former teacher of this county A SIMPLE RECIPE FOR SATISFACTION

Messrs. Leroy and J. C. Dennisonand j I Prof. Lonnie Flitch of Raiford, was I ia i Inca Abernathy spent Monday in and has many friends who will wish

Puma Lewia were visitor to visitor to Lawtey Saturday. '; Alachua. f I for her much happen sin her new Irfe
Brook r Saturday. Macs Claud Terry visited her aia-i Mrs. Annie Pmholater spent Satndry -. The groom U one of Bradford' prosperous

.-y Prevatt is fll at this writing. ter. Miss Fh>me, at Starke Saturday.jMr !I| with her brother, W. Baxter, who[: young farmers and has a host

I Dr. TribbSe of LaCrosse was a visitor and Mr*. John Teston. of Jack-i, is seriously. ill in Gainesville. h i:I of. friends who extend congratula

!here Sunday.Mr. sonviBe. were visitor to Lawtey San-j+j )idea Andrea Ectertains i I t ti liens. First take the pay envol pe and extract therefroma
Andrea entertained
and Mrs. R. P. Lewis and chil day. -41 I i a
dren. Benlah and Ovid spent Sunday lias Gladys Clayton returned to her i,1 number of her young friends Saturday I' LONG BRIDGE proportion that seems practicaL Bring it to the
I Mitt. evening with a pound party and social -- bank and let take of it and add interest
at the home of K. of Graham. home in MaccVnny Sunday after'spending I I I us care :
celebrating her sixteenth birthday. A Long. Bridge. Oct. 2.-P.e.. W2liams. -
Miss I'
Allie Pons. of Louise, spent a few days Here with Mr.
Sunday with Miss Avy Starling.Ben and Mrs. J. W. Barboor.I number of the younger set' were present -'I'*' of Starke. preached a very In- At determined intervals
; Polk and son, Clifton' spent I Bradley Green and family, of Jack- playing various games, and eBjoyinlf terestiog sermon Saturday and Son'day. - upon -preferably every
the week-end at BeD with his parents. sonvflle. visited relatives near Law. music and dancing until a late I'' week or at least every. month repeat this operation.In .

Woodrow and Willie Prescott are on I, toy sun laT. i i ii hour when they were invited to 1'|L, Anna Mae Johns U numbered on i

the sick list this week.Program i Henry Burner was transacting bo.- I partake of the tempting eats Wb.ich'l: the sick list this week. a comparatively short time you will enjoy the
rendered at Ziff literary, mess in JacksonviBo :Monday. r were spread on a large table. : I Mrs. S. N. Johns and Mrs. Claude
II satisfaction that with .
Andreu received: many Brown business In comes .tea.dyrina'.
; transacting
I society Friday afternoon. i Champ Green' of Jacksonville, spent > were
Song. No. 4SSeho.LP.erltattons I. Sanday with relative near Lawtey. useful presents and her friends !|, Lake Butler Monday.

by Martha Groover, Lin-I I JH Allen was transacting: business I her many more each happy'l!I: Mr. and Mr*. Ray Thomas, of And to increase your own satisfaction, pas on the

nie Parker. Ruby Kelly. in Jacksonville the first of the week. )Ir. and }(n. A. B. Shaw and children h i South Florida, are visiting. the lat. recipe to others so that they may similarly profit
!Song-Joshua Groover. I Elias Henry Fetch died at his late : of Gainesville spent Saturday ter's parents :Mr. and Mrs. Marion

Home 'News-Avy Starting home near Lawtey, October 12th. from with friends Moody.
Recitations-Attha Lewis Irwin pneumonia, having been sick only a'I' Miss Edyth Warren of Jacksonville, I Pierce Crews was In Lake Butler

Padgett- I' week. Mr. Fetch was' born ip. this spent the weekend with her parents. Saturday.

Reading Beulah Lewis. ,I county in Aug. 1851, and has been a ,: Mr. and :\In. H. S. Warren. I'I Mrs. Ben Sapp is spending a whileIn
P..eritationL.d Groover OpalLewis life-time resident. He was married : John Groover and Mr. Seckinger\ , Mulberry) with relative and friends

loOn>>. Parker Lola Mae Lewis. when quite a young man. From this I j I I:. of Alton spent Saturday here with Lloyd. dark was in Lake Butler Saturday LAKE BUTLER BANK
onion seven children were born, six friends.. I 4 attending to business
f J k_Lydta Groover. whom are now living namely, R. ofl i :Miss Daisy Lewis, of Midway, spent i W. M. Hodges of Starke was in

Reading -Alva Thomas.RecitationsRufus ', and J. Q.. Mr*. Geo. Crawford. Mrs I i' Sunday here with relatives.Rev. .. our section last week. State County District and Cit> Depository r.
''f :., Prescott Leland Ben Groves Mrs. Oasis Green and, Joe Kelly attended the Primitive -I Jim Thomas, of New River, was inhere
Litchfteld Oriel Fowler. Miss Amanda Patch. Beside his devoted -J: Baptist Association near Ray Sunday. LAKE BUTLER FLA.

I J Cntic-.Mis* Vera Sorrency. I wife and children he leave four :: City Ga., last week-end Mrs. Irene Moody and daughter AudreyBell -

.. I II brother and two sisters Daniel Futch'I t I Rv. Wood will conduct services at of New River, attended ser If

.Ji ,,"OOOL.\wx of Ratford. Silas Fetch of Hampton. the Free Will Baptist church Sunday ,
I -- Geo. L. Fetch of Lawt.-,.. Steve Fotch. '. morning and night on account of the -- -

Wo.x lawn, Oct. ...-J. S. Phillips; of Jacksonville, Mr*. Nancy Britt of,: pastor being away. Everybody at

retorted to his home in Miami Satlrda" -i Maccteitny, Mr*. Rich Muse, of Sanford tend. 1:1:
after visiting relatives for a : and 46 grandchildren: and a host Ardell Crosby was in Hampton on
few days.Messrs. I I of friends to mourn his departure. Funeral Sunday afternoon.Mr. ..-, ,

.. J. S. Norman and D. L. Ph3Kp t service were held at his home'' and Mrs. C. B. CoUon motored H

attended the funeral of Henry[ Thursday services being conducted<: to Worthington Sunday afternoon. i
Parmenter at the Dyal cemetery Sun- by Rev. J. C. Diggs of Starke. I t j: Bea Crosby of Sampson City spent "
[i the weekend here. I
I I r The Woman's Christian Temperance[ I ;
Mrs. E. J. Hill and children spent ,I Union has been reorganised by )(n. I': Chester A.ftdrof New River, was i
in here
the weekend in the Wateroak section I j F. A. Scott, of Starke district d I Saturday afternoon
organ- ,
with her Mrs. :Mr. Ross was in Hampton Sunday
sister J. S. Sapp.J.
tier, with the following officers/ : )!n.1:
! B. Browning was a business visitor -II Charles Din kins, president; Mr*. . I afternoon.
to St. Augustine Monday H. Harley! vice president, and Mrs. Roy Godwin was here Monday en- I:
route to Williford.
, School opened at the Fntch school J. H. Moore, secretary. ,
g :Monday with Mist Jessie Fntch of)I: --o-
This union
i gave a very Intere.tingprogram
,1 t Lawtey, as teacher t tI PINE HILL
: 1
: Friday afternoon at the I
). 1I
Browning was a business visitor '
school house for the motbt'nmHt.
to Jacksonville Monday. J', Pine Hill. Oct. 22.r.. and )11"1.1 j I
ing as follows: i
,r David Johns died early! Sunday evening rVvotional readin.-n.|I Dave Duke, of Alachua.: were guestsof ,
Scripture T. L. Godwin t c
after a lingering Bines of several Sunday +rrld
-Charies Dtnkins. t i 7 1 q 4!
weeks. He leaves to mourn his death,', Ralph Haien was in Brooker Sat ;
Reading-Mrs. J. T. Moore. I urday. F 1lf f
I wife one son and one daughter. His !j
Solo -Mr*. A. Z. Adkins. Starke. f fI Mr. and :Mrs A. E. Surreand I
was to rest In the Dyal cent. [ Duet Florl Brown
I I1ohn I and Lena
children of her '
were guests
( etery Monday afternoon, funeral service Friego. tReading
being conducted by Rev. D. L
I Phillip Babies or Bre..erie.r"-,, Pdes Cored ie. o to I* Day

i James Browning of Jacksonville b Mrs T. J. Terry. ;, Lena...n u r AZO ocvrv txr ha
Song-Class of girls. '
spending a few days her with hUI 1 3aetulr terr e* rM:+. a ee na I(,
| Talk-Mr*. F. A. Scott. lt9'.a ..-...
parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Brown. + I
t'' big. ILAWTET ,I Song-Flora Brown. Mary Boyer emu TOME I:

_- Winifred Wimberly, Mattte Harley. _. II AMPLIFIER, 11I'
f Talk-Rev. Dtggs. I'I'I 7

| A call was then made for new memo I I

Lawt.,.. Oct 22.--Dr. J. C. WiOi I, ben and a number of ladies gave their! i! ,
name for membership. Torpid Liver
f of Starke was a professional visitor i
The program was closed with
to Lawtey last week f pray-
)' Mrs.. E- D. Sayle. and Mrs. L H.I|, er by Rev..--._BoY-I'-.. '- Back-Dran7M "!ns no etnalfoe Jnzwkk

... HOI visited Mrs. F A. Todd at Fort ,II BROOKER headache soar stomach,toe i
I Ujrers last week: Mrs Todd has bf'o"l j
i pid fiver aDd feverish colds .P
ill for a few weeks and the visitors
I Brooker Oct. declares. Mrs.Ann Whitmore PHONOCRAfHS: : 'AMD
\ did not find her much improved. Mr. :: -Mrs. T. C. Haien RECORDS: i
Todd was a resident of Lawtey for a'i spent Wednesday in Alacboa shopping ofGateQry.Va. "U is easy: to

mmber of yean and has many friends Miss Mary Rawts,' i>f Alachua., spent take and does not gripe, as a !
here who hope her a speedy recovery.Mr. j the weekend here with her coosin, lot of medicines d4,"she adds. We

h and Mr*. J. B. Dye of Jacksonvflle. : . Mr*. I. W. Finholster. Jr. "It Is rood to take in a hot tea Say to You

visited relatives in Lawtey trot t H. C. Surrency spent the past week for colds, or can be takes ia a
of the week. visiting relative ia Georgia. .
dry powder. I cant say enough
D. Row of Macclenny: visited relative Edna Mrs. I. W. pinhotster. Jr.. and Miss Black-Draught ADd me.sickness As We Say to All..
were shopping
o in tjiwtey last week.: I I it bas Ia"eas.." ul
.I S. T. Powting and family: of RaiN Saturday.Mr. IIII
and )Irs. Dave Duke, of Alachua. I L.a.r;. Let tone decide which phonograph you buy. Listen to
L \\'Of.s .ta Healthy CUM pent Sunday with relative here.
.. I L. R. and r different instruments ask to have different records played
AS ehadees HMtihJ HS> worm \* M_' Gainey family spent San. Bedford'sBLACKDRAUGHT
' tr .....kt_.wart kidlraM PMT Mood. urf"srate day in Gainesville with relative Ii I I I I- Compare The Brunswick with other phonographs
dura I* nee w live tesna tentraincacz : We
are glad to little VeraGainey I
'"b TAXTDJESS: d u TWOC( On.tea.,ur ikn* -. mttt mcicSi tk bin. *.*. k. I on the convalescent list. Insist on a phonograph which plays ALL records as The
_the tutrmtu. .a4 weasaf- aertaverni Mr. E Thomas and chJMren. of
I ( .....J.B C n 'h ......._.... i! B- uw;cL B? not coiteot with= a oi3:: designed fo
.. Weirsdale. visited at the home of her p rat
i ,......... "'._CIM_... raet4hadt + I :
i I ...-. _.. _. . .. .... parents. Mr and Mr*. J. W. SoweU but one make; of records.

USE "DIAMOND Dye 5" I I the Mrs past L _W._k.SoweH of Alachua, spent has niedidaeLh.Sonsandsabomes been! found a vabaaZe! Bret. The Brunswick plays ALL records whatever make. And

_. the weekend here with relatives. "1 do toot use any other Ever -.ii. plays them exactly as they should be played with the proper
a Mr.
H. S Warren is on the sick
-J., t4L. : ....., .. ., I I fist this week medicine says Mrs. Alary O. g diaphragm nedle. etc. And our all-wood Tone Amplifier

...riaL Leeb pa.lase. of-I lIIa'l I H. P. Game,. and A. A. Haxer. were Brown.a EuropMbn.ftIs gives them richness
snood Py*" o.u.m. JSnttM transacting businessin Jacksonville splendid\ tow sour stomach a greater
.a siaifk that aywon baJ taste .la the month The Bnmtwick Method
I ** can tiai..i'ly* a I last week.Murphy. or torpid DeW of Reproduction is the most advance
..., rich fad iM. cwo!>:",, frir n Price and P. M. Barefoot Ever. I keep it a9 toe &ne. use and finest way of playing yet oVviscd.. AH old standards are discarded
oU c_*.Ia. drzpvrin.. r.. :. I were ta Hampton Sanday aftern.Oft.i tt with the Childrenand led it we e.-. be glad lo prow to that Tb Bnunnckp lite
< e.erytbi.g. w.. I i Jess Shirley; and Gay Ptnhoiter. ba saved es many dollars. ia osiephooograph* you want. And to oEtf"{
t -001. aiBi. ..... -: I.: of Jacksonville. spent Swnday here doctor bps gad many Says U the sane way of proving; that Brunswick Records bong new SWtdards.U'e abide by your de .tion.Consumer's .

mired auudtBuy .. : wit -......roIb.S. bed.
I u; 'ti other kis-r.->4-Ifcesintt *gJera-J 1 T. Rftefc was a ..visitor here Sat-;l Insist on the geemlaeTLedfluid's. >

-i are -.Hoi w e Ian..,. I Lumber
. Company
. ,, yam k*... N.erjhrareM dud %.. -..1 n. L. I.. Joe**"**,*** Friday afternMi -
, i. r"ua*, to -fi.annt ra I at Sampson ( y. !! E.G
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I I[ Bradford County- Farmers I I I I'' ill il'I No sir-ee, bob !

; DANGEROUS: PESTS DISTRIIIUT- hoe or even a plow run very shallow. FARMER BROWNHowdy , I'' a No premiums with

ED BY CITIZENS :![ Purple top white globe is probably Camels-all
i, the best variety of turnips to plant. t :, quality I

't The extra curled mustard, or what Is I
While the State Plant Board exercises DeWitt Jones. Haven't seen 1
mustard is I
known as ostrich plume ,
the closest of supervision over you for a coon's age. Thought I'd come

,. the commercial nurseries in the state, of recommended.cabbage, Chat Of leu the ton many Wakcfield varieties I I. in andsee what you had in Syrup CAMELS quality plus Camels ex-

the stock is apparentlyfree Cans Barrels and such.
seeing that desirable for Florida. of choice Turkish
probably most and
of injurious insects and diseases Glad to see you, Mr. Brown. How'sSamantha

the Board's work along this line is Romaine lettuce is Dwarf preferred curled for kaleis all ? choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the
general F
often undone to a considerable extent recommended purposes.for early winter sow. Oh, she's light pert. most wonderful cigarette smoke
by private citizens who think they So you are wanting some Syrup 1 you

have license to move trees and plants log in this part of the country. Kale Cans. We can sell you quart syrup , ever drew into your mouth 1
makes a vegetable, can I'M
whenever and wherever they please, cans for $6.CO per hundred; and No.

y simply because they are not being and be used makes for an a great excellent many green purposes when 10's for $18 per hundred. Syrup bar And the way to prove that

"offered for sale". Injurious pests rels $3.75 to $4.25. An
,, boiled with fat meat. It is also a good ( statement is to compare Camels
make no distinction between plants salad plant. Well, that's not so Dad. I saw the J,

sold for profit and those given as prc.ents. If dwarf essex rape has not been manufacturers had advanced the prices puff-by-puff with any cigarette in

The Florida Act of 1915 makes tin is so high. Suppose you will
planted in the family garden, C. K. the world
it a misdemeanor for any person to McQuarrie of the University of Florida have a supply on hand. Am not ready

move nursery stock of any character for them for some time yet.
from to another without agricultural extension htafT, suggests Camels have a mild mellowness that
i one property and certified that it be planted at once. This I|I Say, Brown, you had better ]place
#p first having it inspected plant makes excellent greens and tho your order soon so you will\ not haveto is as new to you as it is delightful/
the State Plant Boar(. However,
t I ; yb by many people are ignorant of the law, surplus provides a good green food wait for them when you are ready. c: 1 c 1 Yet, that desirable "body" is all there!
i their for poultry. I|I We will hold them until you are ready
y while many must necessarily assume be harm- '' The family garden will go a long for them. We had trouble finding cans They are always refreshing-they

t l + own plants way toward keeping the home table enough to supply the trade last year. tire taste.
less: that the law should apply to 'never your
i The supplied with wholesome foods at the Don't want to keep our customers
others but to themselves
not lowest possible cost. Vegetables waiting for cans this year. We will
has not sufficient grownat Camels leave
Plant Board, naturally, no unpleasant cigaretty
home and and all have for but
funds at its command to keepan arc cheap healthy, carry we room you G
and almost essential in the diet. know they go out with a rush when aftertaste nor unpleasant cigarettyodorl I
in village
inspector every .
hamlet in the state to prevent these I the season comes around. Place your TURKISH &DOMESTIC Your say-so.about Camels will be:
imiLONK; : DID IT-OTHERS! WILL I order and when they come in we will
.potty violations of the law. The BLEND
t DO IT :NOW I put your name on the amount you order tlOAXFTTW *
Board must necessarily depend upon | "My but that's a great cigarette"
of .-- t i so you will be sure of that number .
the public-spirit end co-operation
No longer Is our Florida a state of any time ;you come for them. Now
f the .state's citizens to nee that those I' .. In ecancMoa '
I Camefa are mold ""'Ywh. y e* "
minor importance in the swine world.A how many quarts?
'movements prevented and would- OacxaMe. of 3O eirfareKea/ or ton pacAaHea t30Oc4Wre
are few weeks ago one of our most Well, I reckon 400 will be about 1 ,,*a> In*f/aaeine-paper.covwerf. carton. w.
be violators Informed of the possibleconsequences. fortht .aomoro8lw
I .ndfhl. carton
I 1
., prominent breeders sold a Poland China what I'll use. And six barrels. Got a _ply or when you rawA .
1. boar for the handsome sum of $15- fine crop of cane and have my own
A recent incident at Key West emphasizes TOBACCO CO.
R. J.
000. That gives credence to the fact mill and boiler. I may need more barrels .

the grout danger incident to that our state is no longer of minor but I'll see how the can turns WineUm-SaUra. N. C.
the movement of trees und plants
Importance in the swine world. out first.
without inspection. A lady who resides
7.. C. Herlorig has established a record How's your corn ? You'll need some
in I Dude county was about tor I
board the tram at Key West when a for this part of the country, and I carbon bi-sulphide to kill the weevils,

I'lant Board Inspector noticed that we do not believe that his record will won't you? $2.75 for 10 pound can. L-

she was carrying a small package of be broken for many ;years yet to come. 'I Well, yes, 111 take along a coupleof

plants lie courteously introduced Of course it is true that hogs have' cana. Corn is pretty good this (
sold.1 for much than the I 1
more sum, paid year.
himself and received her permislon to
'' .; itiHpert the package. It was found to for Ilerlong's Big Model, but we do Going to need a heating stove this '
not believe those boars were superiorto winter?
contain oleander, croton, rose and
this one. There are two reasons for Me and Samantha's been talking
r bougalnvillea plants and on these t
saying this. First there is doubt _
no about one.Wood .
hosts the inspector found no less than
r nine different species of destructive but that the market price of meat is getting scarce and it takes _I I n I III
hogs has something to do with the I i
scale insects. While cottony-cushion'i so plagued much for the old fire place. a
i, selling price of breeding stock. The Guess we'll this winter. How II II ,
I Ret one I
scale and one or two common I I I I
|I market l Is unquestionably lower than
much are they?
scale insects were in the lot, the most
when the record established.
of them were, for the most part, pests I I was Sec $2,50 to $20. Here's a dandy.
ond, Herlong has been in the breeding
which are not known to occur at any. Yes, one like that will do. We'll get
I|i business only a few years and his Estelle were shopping in the county HUNDREDS OF NEGRO WOMEN: ing at East Palatka and I F.< ."ral
point in Florida except Key West or one before cold weather.How's .
herd is not as well known as are those metropolis Saturday. I I TO BE AUKESlii IN: FLORIDA Point.
the Had the boon oil cook stoves ? I
adjacent keys. lady j I I of older breeders now -- -.-..- .
4 permitted to carry this package of in- 2 burner, $19; 3 burner, $25; 4 burner H. E. Moorer was a business visitorto
I I What this breeder Ducal and Authorities After
great has done Putnam BRADFORD
sect-ridden plants to her home in.1 $31.60. Jacksonville a few days during last,
once, he can do again We satisfied Falsely s
are week. Registrants Swearing -
Dade! county, or had her package escaped Oil Heaters? I I
he will even do better. What Bradford Ovt. 22.-Steven Hague
the eye of the Inspector, she one Japan finish, $7.75; nickel finish, Mr. and Mrs Mark demons have ,
breeder I in Florida: has done, others The work of arresting hundreds of Is improving at this writing.
. .
would have been directly responsible,, $9.50. moved to New River. I I
for the establishment in Dade county 'cup do. we believe that this Is only I Got any crude oil for hogs? My A daughter was born to Mr. and negro women in Duval county who T. B. Edwards and son, Charlie and
blazing the As Daniel Boonepierced I have violated the law in
Il swearing
i I way. Freber in Aluchua busineas
of from three to five new and Injurious hogs: are pretty lousy. Mrs. Swindel were on
S. R. Friday, the 15th.J. .
6 his into the falsely to their qualifications to be.
way great unknown -I Yes as Saturday
insects -just got in a barrel. 40 centsa
E. Phillips and family were visitors I
y I West, subduing adversities of come electors, has already commenced.
-- aa aa* gallon N, t. Hayes returned home Sunday
''all to Hampton Saturday.S. j.
kinds, and there established homes I II I Indications that the
are county jail
FALL AND WINTER VEGETABLESMany Well I brought In a C-gallon can; afternoon from South Carolina where
| for himself and followers, so has Her. Better fill I B. Woodard of Orlando, spent will be filled by the end of the pres.
I It .up. It's' mighty good I le had been visiting relative1)
i long I burst the great hoodoo that "it i Sunday and Monday here looking after ent week.

homes go lacking: for fall and can't be done in Florida" and produced stuff. business interests I Deputy Sheriffs Vinzant, Jr., and Mrs. Belle Surrency and son, Frank,
Just got in some corn shelters and left Friday for Palatka to spend a few
winter vegetables because the headsof hoes the great West would be proudof. i machine 1'. M. Geiger, of Hampton, was a Hunt Monday received for immeditte

the homes fail to plant a succession repairs for McCormick and visitor here Sunday. service, 500 warrants for the arrest days.Mr.

and variety of garden seeds. If the Deering mowing machines. and Mrs. W. H. ]Harrcll w rogu'st
| It can be done here. We predict agreat Among the visitors to Starke Saturday -, of negro women, who swore falsely in
Say, Brown before I It hereIs
wide rows, It will be a simple matter stock industry forget tions. day afternoon.
M. J. Batten, Robert Batten and Cleve.
]letter for .
make in the middles you.It's I 1 I
to plantings now land Lee, Andrew Sullivan\ Cleveland: Miss Lucile Harrell spent Sunday

for winter use. 'I PRESERVING SAUSAGE:! from the Farmers Educational Sullivan. Evidence that negro gills under 21 with Miss Rosa Surrency, of Pine Hill[ ,
October and November plantings and Co-Operative Union. It's a (foodthing I ,
Mrs. of
years of Bite, many of whom attended Drew Dukes, Worthington
W A. Jones visitor
should be highly frost resistant; such i i For the benefit of housewives who and they! want ;you to join them Saturday was a a to Hampton school last year, have registered as and Miss Mary Rawls, of Aluchua,

tll i as cabbage, lettuce, turnips, mustard, I will preserve sausage this fall and and help build up a union of farmers, Miss Ida Hagan wa'a visitor to the being above that age, taking the oath, I were guests of Mrs. W. Ii. Ilaircll! on

kale and onions. In order to maintaina winter the following general suggestions to find a market for what they haveto is now being gathered by Supervisor Friday.

warm temperature in the soil, giveit are offered for their guidance. sell, and help build up the town and county seat Friday. ''of Registration Pcterman for States'i| Mrs. N. G, Hayes returned Sunday

a constant stirring with a rake or Two parts of lean should be mixed country. Read It: Ben Hall, who for a few months A. V. fpwda's
Attorney Long, and as soon as from Gainesville, after spending a
i I with one part fat. All trimmings I I Drown Starke. Fl... Oct. 6. 1020.Farmer past has is been at Seneca and Anderson proof is in hand Informations will be with relatives.
S. C., visiting his r'III'ent11': und
should be utilized as sausage. Cut elo neWItt C. Jon.., Mrs. M. Hall Issued. So far about 200( such illegal J. V. Edwards and son, Arthur, w 're
HAPPYVO\ EN them intp thin, narrow strips for the Stark.. Fla.Ikwr 1: registrants! have been listed in Putnam in the Wateroak section Sunday morn
I I liro. Drowns Mr and Mrs. R. M. King and children !-
reollntabout sixty of them be
No. I am not your brother In the church. ing.
-- The ground meat should be spread There haa dVflnM In th I countr another were among the visitors to the

thinly upon a table or smooth surface < brotherhood ncedH and. the that ia founded duuntinffictlon upon the common.... county seat Saturday.
common that
n Plenty of Them In Starke, and Good and for oath four pounds of meat mi* lute among the fnrmvra. Every farmer who Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Moorcr, Mrs. I'I'I

Ree on for ItVouldu't one and a half ounces of salt a half- will make common caune with ua for the bettering C. A. Youngblood and daughter, Neal-
or our dtntrlct and our town la or ,
\ any woman be happy.e ounce ground black pepper, a half- liecome. brother to ua If he la honorable andpifttriviialva. ie, were shopping in Hampton Satur. First: It is sold at a moderate

of biickuche ounce sage leaf, finely ground.If You when
After yearn sufU-iltig day.Miss price. save
Vim have born surprised at the hearty I
neitonm -
Days of m Is try, nights of unrest tho seasoned meat Is placed in we received from the Chamber of Commerce Kdythe: Collins, of New River, you buy it.

The distress of urlnury trouble intestines, hung up and smoked, it i and local Imafneaa. men when we offered was at Lakeside during the week-end,

When she luids freedom should be for only a short time. If it I I 1'0 tfo-oncrate that a with man th.of..your.. Now anpantnt we are Intcllltience anrinlxod .- : the guest of her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs.: I Second:It has more than the

Many renders: will profit by the fol la desired to keep it for several weeksor ', and Interval In Starke und county should 'J. J. Collins\ ordinary leavening strength
months, it should be made Into :, not yet have. joined our raiildly growing ranfca. Frank Geiger: of Gainesville, was a I less.
lowing. It mnat lie that you have failed to talk this j therefore, you use
Mrs A. C. Flingtnrke, says : rakes, half fried, parked into glass or ;.I matter over with Mr. Jon... for he la very I visitor here Sunday.
stone jars, and covered with melted\ strongly In favor of this tinritnlEatlon.. lie I. | Charlie Phillips, of New River,I Third: There are no fail
Dakota I
\Vben living in Noilli S"III"time I litillillnir
a nrw eked for farm tool! etc., > h.
j, ago. I was ailing with my bach Ii laid. Tho imparing of the flavor by I| know. orvanUatlon among. the farmers mtmna spent the week-end here with his ures-it always makes the

, and kidneys. As I knew a great many this method Is not seriouo. Caro must Mold community' buying and more farm machinery j I mother, Mrs. Jno. Phillips I sweetest, most palatable of
'1 be tii I I Blanton Owsley and R. M. King ,
,t3 people In that country who had useaDoau's ken that all air Is excluded, espnrlally :I 1'ku.e give this your early attention and foods.
if is be come along with and were visitors to Starke Friday
.a the meat to kept fora ua help build up the
1 l Pill with excellent
Kidney results I
I began taking them. My kidneys I long: time. .' enunty I-AKMERS1 rntlCATIONAL A. COOPERATIVE : P. M. Geiger, of Hampton, has pur. Fourth: It is used by millions
I UNION. By R. D. Power. chased the store property from R. M. of housewives-leading
little. distress and'
ne: no
gave I "1 think Never heard King and expects to put the store in domestic science teachers
the small of my buck hurt me con, you are absolutely! wrong, a word about It. Guess ,

1 stoutly. Often my back twinged.; My Henry, about that furniture." they don't advertise. Think it a good first class condition. This will be a i and cooking experts.
"Yes leer" thing, Mr. Jones? great benefit to our little town.
11'1' \ I i ,
kidneys wens <('1'\0'1'001. too, until
I "And about the wall I Yes Friday afternoon an interesting lit I II
I do.
paper. Anything that will\ help
took this remedy Donn' soon put '
"Yes, dean" the farmer, helps all business. tle program was rendered at the I III I) IIIIIIII I
und end to the !trouble and t have had i iWHFa
no recurrence of ilia complulnt" I "Now look here Henry, if you ate | Well, now, I must look Into this. I'm !I, schoolhouse, as follows; 'Jr'J'I'r

Price 60c) at nil dealer Oon not going to be sociable, I am goingto a good: jiner. Will join everything. that :I[ Song, There are many flags In many'landsEunice : ,\' '

bed." 11 think Is good. What is good for thepeople Bennett.RecitationNealie .
nllk f. 1
simply it n kidney remelygodIonl' .
( I is good for but I haven'tjincd Youneblood.i : .
t me, I
Kidney ]1'>is| -Ilia same that I
it.j : A newly-wed called his wife "Sugar anything. since I jincd up with i Recitation-Samuel Woodard. i i
Mrs. F'ILg luid I I"uater-I\tllbnrn> Co., 1
); ," because she was so darned hardto 'Samantha Well, I srI Snyder's got Reading-Wilma May. ;

,I Mfrs llurfalo._ _N Y.__ get my things In the wagon." Say, that Recitation Moorer. YOU fUYIT' WKEXYOU USEITu '

new wagon I bought from you looks I Recitation. G. Minton. '

fine, don't it? I Recitation, Nobody knows but { IlilI III I II'IWl'' { IH i fig
raw i r
Now, if a hoes trader comes in to Mother-Wilma :May ,

t see you, just tell him that you saw me 1 i Dialogue--Eunice Bennett, Clyde l''

Kill That Cold With and n>y name is Farmer Brown i Hull and Neal Youngblood.

--I -.- -'_- I Recitation-Essie McKinney.

Recitation-Torcza Bennett
'L TIIERESSA I Song-Wilma May, Nealie Young Fifth: It is the best Baking
Ls -
+ Powder that can be produced. Was
Theressa, Oct 22.-Last Wednesday I 1 blood, Eunice Bennett given highest awards at World's

afternoon several of the ladies met at Recitation-Jessie Owsley. Pure Food nxposiUonChicaeoParis

I the Baptist church and organized aWoman's Recitation-Arthur Milligan. I Exposition, Paris, France. CalumetNut Cki.Sixth ;.
CASCARA QUININE I Question box-Rhoda Bennett
Missionary Union. Mrs. G.
,I _.. It contains only such Recipe
----- ----
,1\1. Bennett was elected president, and ingredients as have been officially _| cup butted
FOR AND Estelle Woodarti, secretary and His relatives telephoned to the near- approved by the United States Food U cup sue"' *
'rOMtaw florist. The ribbon must be extra wide, cup
treasurer, A few new members have Authorities. Vx .
Colds Couch La Grippe already enrolled 'and all ladles who ,I with "Rest In Peace," on both sides, Curei il0m

i are interested are cordially invited toattend and if there is room, "We shall meet i The finest quality Baking flour
Neglected Colds are Dangerous Powder-at the most Baking powder
in Heaven.
and if they wish can be enrolled
cost. The Biggest Bargain chopped
1'.". chances. this standard remedy for the Cyst envoi. The florist and 1 his >11 cup
no Keep handy at our meetings, held every; two weeks was away new Goes into the Kitchen Today." nuts, I teapoo"lemon

Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieve. on Wednesday afternoons. Our next assistant handled the job. There was Mix plain flour with pure baking J u i |

Grippe in 3 days-Excellent for Headache meeting will be held on Wednesday, ''a sensation when the flowers turned instead cj using uncertain Then mix In tM
powder :
Quinine in this form does not affect the heaJ-Caacara I. boat Tonic the 27th lust. i I up at the funeral. The ribbon was extra : regular way.

., Laxative-No Opist.In Hilt.j '.. Mrs. L. A. Hall left last week for wide, and on it was the inscription; mixtures.! Then you,..whuianme.viii::! know l of In r

\ , Earleton Beach where she will spend I I "Rest in peace on bothwiides, and, bakinyt are pure and
I ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT n few day with her daughter. I lit there Is room, we shall meet Inleaven. !Sour! cannot

Ants S. B. Woodard and daughter, ] ."

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T* WhomGranted F.r What Period *f License Tetal AmI Das Quarter of Northwest Quarter of Southwest newspaper published In saId County and

Report Liscenses Puroeet From When T* V fern Slate .unl Quarter. See. 2$. SIt,. 6, 8. R. 1 E.. 10 acre, Thla September 16. 1920. Stl v. ,
anaraard Swallow llopkln
171 (I. M. Inm.n .___.?...Real EataU Act Oct. 1. 1019 Sept. 80. 1920._ 6.00 U 69 W. T. WEEKS 11
which 172 W. J. Vendor Oct. 1. Sept. 80. 1920.........12.60 Crll".I. No. 160 embraces No..t Qu.. (Seal) Clerk Ct.ul Cur >
10...... for Bradford County, by the T** Collector. dupllcatre of 1111 .1 ,.
License .
lI.port L'r.. nwl of with the County Judge for the' period beginning on the firnl day ..f October A. 13 8 H. C. Carver ........ .-.__...D
r; .nd rndiflg. m ,'b. BUtb day of September. 19ZO. I-Irennes I.ue by the Tax (Collector duplicates .f which ha.. been filed with the County Judc aa
I..a.d br th' Tax Cllectr. duplicate I of which hav bn Died with the County Jail during lice .nth af September 1.1 I to Issue thereonon Solicitor, for cmpl.ln,1 9.17-1t-10-2 7
Ir"II- daring: II,. month of October till I the 11 day of November A. I). 1820.Witneaa -
174 Dr. A. E. R..I _._.____Physician' Oet. 1. 191* Sept. 80. 1P20..10.00 609 my offcial aipnature and seal I this
Powell Still Oct. 1. 119 SO. .._. .00in.'n. 17.60 : NOTII OF FINAL fllSrIla.E
Turpentine 1"1'1 28th day of September A. D. 1920.
For What" at Llecnn. Total A..&. Du 1'01 191* 80 __ a.oo .5(1 Rlxt after date hereof I. the under. ,
Ti v hi>mnled Fromiriod "owel" ____._._.._-Merchant Oc 1. 1'I.t. 1 W. T. WEEKS. 7'
.... '
Purpoa T. When State Countyi.nie 111 _.._.Lawyer 1. 10 609 Riln'e. as Administrator of the' estate of
(. ___._.. Ocl 1\1 o'llI 1201.00 Clerk Circuit Court, County, Flor tourliprs
D. E. knight .___.___Lawyer 1"1 1. 1\11 1'1 80. ..... 609 ida. l.dlo' (8. .11Uy nady. N..m. deceased will present my
"n .,..rt F. RI..... ---------------Gara. Oct. 1. 1919 SI'1 80. I12O-----20.00 1.00 E. M. John. ...___. _.......___Lawyer 1. &., 80. 1920.M..10 600 A. % and final accounts to th* Hon. .
Mycci ____.._______M..rh.ot. Or 1. 1919 fl'1 80. 0__. 1.0( 1.10 A Dealer Bank- .___Bankera Ot. 1. 111 .,.t. 80. 1920..15 7.60 10.l-6t-KI.29. C KNIGIT. A. Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford Coon
__. __ .. .. .. I. 1919 80. 1"20.___ 1.10 lRI .ar..o \ DJ.ut Clek. ty. Florida and ask to discharged
Cone --- -M."hut O.t .pt 1.10 Ifl1K2 J. W. TnwnsrndMallory ___-.Turpentine Still Oct. 1. 80. 1920.____- 000 10.00 b as .u.1
1111 I"I'1
.. .- .. Co. ._.______...Merchant O.t 1. 1919 SI'1 SO. 1120____ 1.0 ._______.....Merchant.Merchant Oct. 1. 1\19 Spl 80. 19>0._.. S.OO 160 Administrator.This .
? p Bennett _.________._Merchant lI I. ItIIV fI't 811. 1\20___ SOD 1.0 IBS F. f. Thr...________. Oct. ]. 191* 1'1 SO. 19X0.__4.60 NOTICE OF MM* ..C9lAhGE the' 27th day of August. 19CO
E. Torode ____________.__Merchant Oot 1 1. 1919 fIt. SO. ___ LOG 1.10 1.1 the under. R. B NEW8OM. s
Siity I.
dnya after date hereof.
.i J. Iloyett -___-.-__.____"*rc"n* 0.1 1 1. 1919 "pI SO. 1"20_ 1.0 1.10 We. Ceo. A. Gardiner. County Juds and B. M. Dowlln Tax Collector of ..le County docertify I Executrix of the' etat of Anna r.W.I. Administrator of Estate. of Hardy N... 0
n. "______Merchant n.1 1. 1919 S..1 80, 11120.__ 1.10 that the' foregoIng I .I"no.late. of Bradford Florida deceased. 8-27-Pt-lO-It
H "Edwirda"_______G. &*. 1. 1919 SO. 1t2O-----10.00 1.00 .ert County .
H. Given under our ha seal of County Judc the day of October will voucher and final .e_
E..r 'hi tt prenent my
W. __________ Merchant Ot 1. 1919 Sept. SO. 1"20____ 8.00 1.10 A. D. .e '
R.b.r _________...Merchant.Drugclnt 1. & 80. 3020.___ 1.00 1.50F 1.20. to the Hon. Geo. A. G.rlner. CountyJudue NOTICE OF El FCTION
W L 0.1 1111 'Pl CEO. A. B. M. POWLINO. .
and To
Ove..t.t of ask the
Sheriff of Bradford
GARDNER County, of the
. ________. 1. 80. p4208.00 1.80I..y tr.dlo' CI"t. Fo.ld.
1. S.1 (
" ) Collector. '
; 11.tM Bank ._______....B.nke. Oct 1. 1919 . 80. 1920..16.OG '.80 S'.I C"D .ud. to .1.h .. II.t. >if florid I
Moneley .________...Me"h."t Ocl I. 1919 &pt 80. 1920----- 1.00 1.0 ---- I the lt day of Oo"r. 1010. It known that I. H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
)4 Howe Alfred Starling ___________....Barber 0.1 1. ioio 80.Sept. 1"20.___ 1.00 1.00 MRS CF. J. WHITE. Secretary of State of the State of Florida, da
1 llnncc Thomaa ._______ .......Merchant 1. 1919 80. 1120___ R.OO 1.10 VENIRE eant quarter of northwest quarter 18E' ..I Ex.utr. of the ..I.t. Anna P. Wall. heri.ty give notice that a

W alter Whltten -..___.._......Merchant O I. 1919 Sept. SO.Sept. 1120____ 8.00 1.80 Crand and Petit Jury, Fall Tern A. D. NW i>I. weal half of northweat qu.r.r W., O..d. 10-1-111-11-1. GENERAL ELECTIONWill
Southern Telephone Co. ..Telephone 1. 1919 80. ____ .10 ..05is 1920. of NWVit. southwest quarter ( '). .ee- to held In Bradford. County, Slat of
Standard 1.1 Co. __________011 Dea Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. SO.Sept. 1020.10.00 1.00 The Slut of Florida t the S"rt cf lion three (8)). township right (8). ranir ORDER FOR PUBLICATION r".ld.. on Tuesday, net aueceedlnii th fIreS
'0 Standard Oil C.._________Oil D.le Oct. 1. 1919 80. 1020..25.00 12.50 Bradford County. Greeting I twenty.two. (22) ; rant hl of southwest quar.ter In Circuit Court. Stale of Florida. ElchthJudicial In November. A. I>. ]11120 t. *.h 4
"..nd. Oil ________.Oil Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1"20J.1 11.10 You ..hereby to aummon the of northeast F.'i, of SWVi of NEVi Circuit, II.dlo' County, In Chaneery. T..d.,brine the
O. H. _.______.-____Merchant O.t 1. 1919 Spl 80. .___. 1.10 following named .mm.nce thlr".lx ((86) good and ). went half of west half of southwest "IONO DAY OF NOVCMDER
R W. 1..nn.t Oc. 1. 1919 SI'1 80. 1020----- 8.00 1.10 lawful men who h.v. u regularly drawn quarter of nonhrant quarter (Wife of Wty of B. JohnMin For 81al. Senator frntn the Slat
C A. Mixon ___._________ ." O.t 1. 1111 . SO. 1"20..__ 8.00 1.80 from the lint of three hund'selected n.m. of NE4 I. southeast quarter of north Complainant.v of Florida, for sis year from March 4. 1921.
: j. M. Alvarex _____________Merchant 0.1 1. Sept. SO. 1120____ 5.00 8.00 from the ll.t of voter of aald .t quarter (ItE" of NWl ). west half of I For Six IS) Prealdrntial
1 F L. Turner __.____.____._--Drugclnt Ol 1. 1919 Sept. 80. ._.__ 100 1.80 county, each for hinuelf.. and peraonal west half of .. quarter of southeastquarter Llafle For one Representative of the Second Con.gmmlnna .
f' J. W. White 41 Son ..........Merchant O.t 1. 1919 Sept. SO.Sept. 1920----- C.&O 1.18 ly apM>. before the Judge of the CI.ut ( of Wli of SWVi of 8EM I Df.nd.nt ] District of tho State of Florida, In
U Bradford County BankBankera 1. 1919 80. 1120.1 90 .IO Court In and for County. east half Wti went half of southwest quarterof 1 appearing l>y "d.d to the the Slxty-aeventh Gongof the' United)
J. W. Morgan ..._.........Merchant Oct. 1. 1919 !.1 80. _____ 2.25 th. C House Ir.dl.r. of said County and the aoulheait quarter (EU of WU of filed In the above-elated cause that 1.1..1. .-
21 Bank of Stark ...._......._.B.nke. Oct. 1. 1919 SO. 11120-----35.00 3.50 State ur on Monday the lat day of November, SWVi of SE'"). section twelve (UI. township ai* Johnson the defendant therein n.m. I. For Governor of the State of Florida.
I Griffin t John. ....Wholesale. Merchant Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1"20___ 8.00 1.10 A. t). 1920. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. (6). range twenty-two ((12)). con a realdent of th Stt of Florida G' Fur Secretary of State of the Plat of
f" Griffin John. _______Rtl Merchant 0.1 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920.___. 8.00 8.00 of maid day a. Grand and Petit Juror for the tainlnc In .1 one thousand forty (1040)) acres ceal herself ao proeea of aubpoena ne cannot Florida
U. I). Miner _____________...Merchant 0.1 1. 1919 Sept. 80( 14(20800 1.80BC body of the County,. of Bradford at the fall .or in Bradford county.And tie served upon her. and la over the air For Attorney .nerl of the 81.t of Fior
N. Su-mberc __________Merchant O 1. 3910 Sept. 80.Sept. 14120----- C.&O 2.25 term. A. t>. 1920. of our Court. Inand you and each of you are hereby orderad of twrntyone year* i It I* th..for ordered IdaFor
8 N. B. Hull _________________Merchant 0.1 1. 1919 80.Sept. 19204.50 2.25 for said county, to-wlt Clrul to .p".r In I' above ."tlte court toanawer tht said resident defendant be and I. here ('Comptroller, of the Ita" of Florida
co I r._ Mason __...__........Merchant 0.1 1. 1919 80. 1920___ 8.00 1.10 1. Andrew.. Jmei.h W. Jr. (t) bill agaInst 1, appear to th bill of complaint For Treasurer nf the' II.t. .f Florida.
Hoover; ; Broa ............I'hotovraphera '1. 119 Sept. 80. 1920..... 8.00 2.10 2. M.o. H. S. (8) you In the afore-named caun*. on th. third day saId cause .. .fo. Monday For Superintendent of Inlr.Uol of
i .1. C. Mannlnit( ___.......___...Merchant Oct. 1.1911' Sept. 80. 1920..._. C.80 1.28SP 8. nboee. A IbPr City Starker Shop .....________.Bab. Oct. 1. Sept. 80. 1920..._. S.OO 1.80 4. ParrUh ((2) The' Bradford County Telegraph la hereby the allegation of ..le bill will h taken For {.mml..lone of A.rle.ltu. of the
.0 Humid C. W.1 ........Inauranc Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920...__ 2.tfl 6. Crovby. J. J. (61 designated .. the newspaper In which thl. a. confessed by said d' Slate .. Fiori.
.1 LouIs H l Estate A.t O.t 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1"2010.00 too 6. Powell. Luther C. (6)) notice .h.1 b pulll.ho for twelve pucceaaiv 1 la further .d thl order b For T.. of the Supreme Court of
d J. F. Kickllter, ........._______ Jt 1. 1919 Sept. JlO. 1920..._. 8.00 1.tfl 7. Helbenrrr. R. C(12)) week 1.10' t 8r .,. of January A. D. publ.h. one a o..k for .on..ul. the Slat of Florida.
48 Truly It Howe .._._._..Turpentine Still 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920..._.sooo 10.10( 8. K"I"hl Sam R. ) 1921. the Bradford County TI.rph. For One n.l.a Commlanlonrr of the State
44 W E. McCarr .._-__________.Barber Ot 1. 1919 Sept. 80, 1920.._..100 .to 9. F'.rln. H. E. ((12) WItness my band and seal of office this l.t newspaper published In ..le of Florida.
45 L B. Griffin .................ReiunrantJuanlta 1. 1919 Sept. 80, 1920__... 5.00 280 10. Dukea. Samuel (9)) day of October. A. D. 1920 State. For Rial. Senator for 16th Senatorial DI.I .-
46 Cafe ___.____........______Caf. *>ct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920__..too 1.BOson 11. McCall. Roy (I) W. T. WEEKS. Thla September 28. 19(0. trlrt of the Slat of FlorIda.Far .
41 Sam rtiwenberit -----------.Merchamt O.t 1, 1919 Sept. 80. 1920__. '00 12. Fairclolh George D. (2)) Cleric of Circuit Court for Bradford County, W. T. WEEKS. Two Member, of the Hon. of Repro.sentatlvea *
4R A. M. Darby -------------.Merchamt Ot 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 19204.10, 1.21 18.: Heraey. C. P. (2)) Rt.of Florida. Clerk Circuit Court I of the State of Florida.
40 Ijike Butler Bank ._._______.___B.nk.. lt 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 11201.00 14. (..Ior T. A. (8)) ((1.l) By C. A. KNIGHT. Ey C. A. KNIGhT For County Judge.
80 J.. S. Howard ___________Turpentln. 1, 1919 1'1 80. .__. 1000 I 16. T. R. Deputy Clerk. (SEAL) Deputy ClerV For Sheriff.
II J. 8. Howard .______________Merh."t Oct. 1. 1919 &l 80. 192(1...... 8.00 1.BOJ 10. Wynn. Lacy J. (8) CHARLES A. POWERS A. T. ATKINS. I Fur Clerk of the Circuit cur '
O P. Terry ______________Merchant Oct. 1. 1919 111 80 1920..._. 8.00 .tO 17. Sapp. Jake S. & F;. F. Canova ..._________._.M."h."t Oct. 1. 1919 &' 80. 1920..._. 8.00 1.1 18. Moore J.m.T. (n For .Collector. it
f J. P. 8tann ll I ------ Oct. 1, 1919 Sept. 80. 1920...-. 5.00 19. Brownlnc. Tlldon B. (1)) ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATIONIn ORDER FOR Fur County Superintendent of PublIc: In*
:: S.: L.: Alvarei ::::: .....Barber Oct. 1, 1919 Sept. 80, 1920...-.200 ion 20. Chancey. Frank (I) the Circuit Court of the Slate of Florida, In Circuit PUBICAnO, Eighth .
60 J. J. RiKin _. ._ .___.Market '1.t. 1, 1919 Sept. 80. 1920----- 1.00 2.BO 21. Alderman I. G. (12)) In and for Bradford County. Judicial C.or. II.t. For County Surveyor.fur'fi'.Ir.etl.n.
In Chancery.
Albert Andi-non .__.._..........G. (leI 1. 1919 80. 1920____.1000 8.01( 22. Rummer.. . P. (7) Lulu M. Langley, I ". .dlor County .'1". County Commlnnlonera.Tor .
1 Harold Wall.Tnaurance Agent 1. 1919 80. 1920_____ 28. Fleh. A. A. (7) I Tb Memliera.of the County of
&( Harold C W.I .....-..lnaoran. Agent Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920...__ 2.BO U. .nD.r. J.m.M. ((2) v I II O. H. nrsvers. Public I Inntrurtion.ror .
& Harold (. ____...In. Agent Oct. 1, 1919 80. 1920...__ 2.tOto 26. Dick. J. I). 48) Jen. J. Cmpl.ln.nt. l I Cmpl.ln.nL Jtwllre nf the Peace In and for the fol
61 Harold C. W.I ........Inaurance Avert o.t 1, 1919 spt. B. 1920_____ 2A. Pmetor. A.hb.ld E. (2)) Chrll.n.o" I E. Heaver VBMary 1 lowing Juntle nl.trl.t. vial I
62 Harold C. __.....Insurance Agent 1. 1919 Sell 1920...__ 2.BO 27. DoUKlaM, WII.m ((9) TO Dlend.nt.NOTICE ANTS DIstrIct No.
Harold C. W.1 ___.....Insurance. Agent Oct. 1. 1919 80, 1920...__ 2.BO 2H. foray th. J. ) IIEt'N Df.nd.nt No.
J. A.a. T.
To E. L. II.trl.t
6 Harold C. ........lnur.".. Agent O.t 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920Sept. _____ 2.10 29. Kendrlck. Thomas N. ((5) J..n. Chrl.l.n.on.. Iloune. It appearing by .p.n". lo th No. Thre.
( '. ..
61 Harold C. Wal ........In.urn.. Agent O.t I, 1919 80. 1920...__ 1.10'' 80. k.brt R. B. ((9) Adkln. Burln Corl.t .d k'org.Cltriatlanaon 1.1. filed In the .11. ..I.t lilmrlct No. Four.Illntrlct .
each and Beavers d named,
66 Harold C. _......Jnaur.n. Agent Ot 1. 1919 Sept. 81)) 11(241 I_____ 2.fl 81. .1". Math M. (61) unknown.It Is ti. th.rln Ito Flv.
67 8. J. Keith ............___...Merchant O.t 1. 1919 Sipt. 80. 10208.00 1.81 82. ChaI. R ((1)) every la a non-realdpnt of the Stte of Florida" and District No. Six.lilnfrlrt '
ordered and each of
6R M. A. Duke ___._______.___...Merchant O.t 1. 1919 .t 80. 1920..._. 8.00 1.11 : ) la hereby that you she la a resident of the town of YatesCenter. No. Seven.Illntrlpt .
: \ the bill of filed here
nj. .m(5\1) you appear to cmpl.lnt and I I. over the ace
ltiixtcr. D.
T. J. -----------------Garage 1, 1919 80. 192010.00 (
To.n..nd f.t. 1.01 No. Eight.Dlntrlct .
61 In against you In the above entitled .u. on of twenty-one i It Is therefore ordered
Quigley Lumber A Supply Co. 85. W. (I) .
Ilrn.y. G. the Klh day of A. P. 3920. that said drfendsnt and 4.herely No. Nine
Retail Lumber DealeraQuifflry Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920..._.H.Ofl 7.BOt /8. . (8) ll'mbr n..ld..nt DintHet No. Ten. ( .
71 Lumbr I Supply Co.__Merchant Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920._.__ 4.tO .211 Wltneu Whereof. I have b..u"t set The Bradford Cu. Te..r'.h I. hereby HII.e to .1'\a to the of com District No. Eleven. I.

72 W A. ............Pool Room Oct. 1, 1919 S.I'I 80. 1920..._.KO.OO 28.00 cult my hand Court and onthl.affixed 16th the day seal of of October or A.Cir D. d.I..t.. .h.1.lie th I'ublah""I'"r f.r eight,.hl.h.on..u.thl. ,1.lnl, fiP day said of O.November.. on or .fo.. Mon 1920, For. Connt.blo In and for the fulkiwlnc ustie. .
.I..n..Innued by the Tai Collector which hare been with the County,. Judge 11120. tlv* prior tth day of December otherwise the allegations of said lilll .H betaken vial
DIstrIct No. One.District .
during .olth of ? ..... lOll W. T. WEEKS A. D. 1920.Witneaa as confessed by said d.f.nd."t.I .
my hand and .eal of office this l.t Is further ordered that this order No. Two.Illntrlct .
'75 J. Tt Tavle ____.__...Insurance Acent.Insurance Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920...__ 2.BO < Clerk l Circuit 'C.ur. day of October, A. D. 1020. once a week for four h Nn. Thre
.;4 J. K. Tavl _______.__... Agent Ot. 1. 1919 &.pt. 80. 1920...__ 2.81 By C. A. W. T. WEEKS. I p.bll.h"the County .. aonulv" Dl.trlet Ni. Four.
'75 J. R. T>nvla ............Inauranoe Agent le. 1, 1919 Sept. 80. 1920..__ 1 I Deputy Clerk. Clerk Circuit Court In and for Bradford newspaper. n".In' said County and District No Five.Klntrlpt Itt,
'70 J. R. lucIa .-_-._______In.urn.Agent 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920... 2.11 County, SI.t of FlorIda State No. Six.
: J. R. Davis ....______..Insurance Agent Oct. 1. 1919 SPt 80. 1920...__ uNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, Uy C. A. KNIGHT. This September SB. 1 1920. Diet riot No. Seven.Illntrlrt .
0 J. R. rinvln ........____Insurance Agent Ot 1. 1919 "Ilt 80. 1920_____ 2 BO SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDANo. (SEAL) Deputy Clerk. W. T. WEEKS No. F1"hl
0 J. I Davis _____._ .Inaurane. Agent. 1. 1919 80 1920...._ 280 1962. In the matter of H. J. I-everett, CHARLES A. POWERS. (Real) Circuit Court. DistrIct No. .
lq C : .Harper ...__._...Turpentine Still Oct 1. 1919 fI't 80. 1920..._.ZO.Oft 10.nn Ftankrupt. In the matter of petition for finaldiaehararc. Solicitor for Complainant 10-8."t-12- By C.CI.rl. KNIGHT. DistrIct No. Eleven.In .
91 F. C Holllngeworth .__ .Repair Shop 1. 1919 11 80 1920......, 600 250 Deputy Clerk. testimony: whereof. I have hereunto set
1.2 E. J. Johnson ....._._______Merchant Ort. 1. 1919 'Pl 80 1920...__ 800 1.BO E. M. JOHNS. my hand and affixed the Great seat of the
1.3 S. W. Smith ________........Merchant O.t 1. 1919 . 80. 1920...._ 8.00 1.BO On thla 14th day of October. A. D. 120, ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn Solicitor for Slate' of Florida at T.I.h.R. the
1.4 W. Smith .____________Merchant o.t 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1020..... 800 1.80 on reading the foregoing petition It la orderedby Circuit Court. I..t. of Flord., FighthJudicial Complainant. 101.51101ONIER I hi the .. ,.- C.pltl.
11' rtizens, Bank of Itaiford-------Rankers Ot. 1. 1919 f1 80. 1920...__15.00 '..50H. the court that hearIng b had upon the Circuit Chan FOR PUBLICATION l ;. Au.ul D

T. fowling .___.____.___.__--Garage 1, 1919 80 1920-----10.90. ton same on the 24th day of Novm.r. A. DItUO cery. In State of Florida. Eighth H. CLAY CKAWFORD.
(1; A. D. Andrewa ft Co. ...__....MerchantScott Oe. I. 1919 .11. 80. 1920__.. '.00 8.11 I before said court .. In laiddiMlrict. W. H Clemon. and C. R: demon Judicial Cour.. County,., In Chan.rery. (IL. S.) Secretary of State.
hO Drug ------Merchant Druggist 1, 1919 Sept. 80. 1920...__ at ten o'clock In the forenoon and partner*. doIng buatneis under the .. To W. J. EPPERSON.Mmrlff 'ii

Ott W. C. bitten & Co, ........Merchant Oct 1, 1019 Sept. 80 1920...__ 4.60 2.2 'that notice thereof be puliluthcd, in the Brad- firm name and .1,11 of Clamonsltrothrra. J. W. Andrew and J. W. An. Bradford County .S-vt-10-t
I 90 Butldlngton .* 'County Tel a nCI'\r printed II Jr. btwlnen tinji .1.. d.lnl
Co.Turpentn.: Still Ort 1, 1919 S."t 80. 1920____.2000 11.10 dl.tri.t and that all kn.n c.dt. C.mplnIMnt Ih.r "d ntyl of J.

91 John Sbrlver ..........___._.M.rh.nt Oct. 1. 1919 80. 1920...__ 4.50 1.2 ithor I..on. In Int..t may .p\a said W. Andrews HILL' OP COMPLAINT
92 .1.. Johnson .___......In.ur.n.Agent Ot. 1. 1919 f1.t..t 80. 1920..._ 2.8 time. and place and show c.. I theylave A. E. Sitverthorne. doing bualnenaunder 1 Bn.Cmpl.ln.nt In the Circuit of Florida.EIghth
J M. E. A. Fowler ..___.......Merh.nt . 1. 1019 80. 1920___I 1.00 1.10 why the .prayer of aald Itton.r ahouldnot the name of M.rln. MillCtmi'any .Cour Brad
frranted.And and W.
[ t4 Weaver Drug Co. Inc.. I. E Issue Reynolds, et al, I ford County In <"ul.
} further th.ttho
It la the
Merchant Druggliils 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920___. 100 1.80 o.I.'rd by court lef.n"ant.It ( "
ot .... the Dlend.ntl'I'lt J. C. Adkln.
\ nnd.ln. Harrell ......Turpentine Sti 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 11420-----20.00 10.01 clerk .h.1 ll mal to .1 known Aptuarlnir by "Idalt apjiemlvd to appearing by d the Cmpl.ln.nt.
( ( C. Cowart ....--_---..Meat Ort. 1. 1919 80. 1920.___. 600 1.8 creditor of .. this or. hi filed in the ve-.lated can. thnt A. flIed In the ahov) :mated rnune .t Ran- John .

H Moore ____________..._..Merchant Ort 1. 1919 80. 1920..._. 1.00 1.8 der. .d.r.d to them at their place of real.dence 8iv."ho"e. doln.ual.Mill Comttnny.. unilir) W. *heclam. K. Heynoldn. the defendant therein n'ndd I.. Gales AI..d.r Samuel O.h.m.C. lane.J.m.J. I).
f C M. PhIllipsMerchant Ort 1. 1919 Sept 80. 192(1__--. 8.00 1.8 aa .tled. M.rln. : ".1 :nnn-realilent of the Slat of Florida' J. R. J. C.

Rhoda & Royal ......._______--_Show Ort. 1. 1"11 Sept. 00. 1920....,,.2IS.00 Wln..said th..10nohl., the Rhydon...1 thereof M. ("ni. Ilv.rh.r. of defendnnu tlmiem f ,Klnrlda, nnmd and, he I. a resident of Savannah Georgia. Edie M.l."o., T. W Pllt.. F.rl.R. Earl '
( Mm. Onle --------------Merchant. Oe. 1. Sept. 80. 1920....8.00 .d n.n..ldo.nt th 1101. and la over the age of rntr-one year. I It Jr. rhaa Robert W. R Lane
I I. t. Fowler ____....___.__.M.rh."t 1, 1919Ort. S..t. 80. 1920..__. 4.60 1.28I. Jarkwmvllle said dl.trlct onthl. 14th dayif they are 1:118: ( f vnnnnn 1."kI I. th..foN that said nonrenldentdefendant and Francis I. MrCall Defendant
E. D..I _____._..__....____ rh."t 1. 1919 80. 1920._.__ 8.00 1.80 ( OclulHr. A. D. 1920 I!I and Trust ". Savannnh Georgia, I.or..e, hereby rqll.d t appear *.
I ( ,. . King ______.__.--__Physician Oct. 1. 1919Ort. &.pl 80, 14(20-----10.110 t.OO22B EDWIN R WILLIAMS.It. Clerk.. are therefore over the ordered air. that of I."I-n.said non-r.ld..nt naiai' It de.t'ndanta la. to the hi of complaint filed said It appearing by sworn lilll filed In the above ',,

PS Tomllnsnn-Malnes Drug C.Merh.nt cause on or .fo. Monday the Int day of raun. that the residence of the above nameddf'r.Ianta
lie and t
heri'by quired rp-
Drugglnta 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920----- A. 1920 otherwise the
& and each of them la unknown
t 011> Strickland Ball .________M rh.nt. Ort. 1, 1919 Sept. 80. 1920Sept. ___.. 4. 2.2 The cpiritualiatically Inclined lady the hill of com-ila'nt' 1..e In ..aidcu.e gation'of ldbl will b* taken a* ::.1:and each of them being over the of f wen.I
tl. .1 age
c( A D. Z..hari.* --------------Merchant 1. 1919 80. 1920_.. 8.00 nn or before M."du. ilny teased by saId .
001 ty-one It I. therefore ordered that
I H R.n"rl ._____...___--Merchant 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920._. 800 1.80 tent over the Ouija Board spelnA outa ,8. P.. 1120. "..h"rvt..,. .lie-. It In further ordered that Ihl order h saId years and each of them be
'Ct K Klnnl. __......._____.__Restaurant Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920..__-500 2.BO communication from I ( fr-id .I'I .latin H* ivu puhlinhed .nc. a week for e.n..ulv. they defemlanta.hereby required to to .ne' 4
f nt Samuel ...... ___ dtpartd fiol I l I.y "'.In di fendanlm.It ave appear
Singer .. .. .Merchantt Ot. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920_ 4 50 1.28 weeks In the Bradford County T.I'"r."h." Hilt of Complaint filed In said be
t rcinhenr Bros. .___ . 1920_ 8.00 husband. I I I. further ord..d that thin order bepubllnhed and raise on or *
-------.Merohant 1. 1919 Sept 8. 8.0"1 newnpaner ..hl.h.d In said fore the. SIb day of 1920.ntherwlne L
,' once a week for four Monday N..m.r.
1 I' E. M.ln. -----------------Physician 1, 1919 Sept. 192010.00 "William are happy there Stale
O.t 8.011 you weekn In the Bradford CullMiv T..I.r.lh. the allegations of .I" hi com.

I1 Irennes I..ur by Ih Tax Collector duplleatea of which ... been ( 'with the Cennly Judge she asked. I newapaiwr iitiblirlied In bald Cuunty and Thla September 28, 1920.W. T. WEEKS. plaint. will b taken .confessed 1 said. de
during the month of December lEO Slnte. f..I..t.
I Il' "Yes dear. ( Clerk Circuit. Court.
Thin Septemlier 29. 1"8 I.I I. (11) It Is further, ordi lie
1 J R, Fddlns _____ .___ .00 By C. A. KNIGHT, red that this ordvy pub. .
S..lnl Machine Agent Ol. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920 ,1(1 8.0 "Are you happier there than you \t. /. WEEK llnbed week for twelve eonneetitlvowiik
: H. .. __.. ... I Deputy Clerk once a ,
Walnwrlght ._ .Merchant lt. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920. 8.00 I' (& (Irrnlt Court. .
11H Amelia ThotophlnsMerchant ( 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 192(15.90( 1.80Iaml.lon wtre on this) earth .1 Ct'rk E. M JOHNS. I. 11. "r.dl.rd (o"nt. Telegraph. anewspaper
lt. C. K "
By 'd In .
county state.
1' N"llr.Ppul Solicitor for Complainant. ".III.h .Id
-----Uankeva 11(20-----111.00 7 BO I
St.I Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. ; "Yen dear. Clerk.A. 10-1-81-101 .ne
|lie 1. _____________ _Merchant Oet. 1. 1919 !pt 80. 1920__._. 8.00 1.50 ; she breathed "Heaven must 7.. ADKINS. This loth d. Augunt A.' I. .
Mrs A. L Smith ___________Merchant Oct. 1, 1919 80. 1920__._. 8.00 1.50 "Ah Sol eitor for 10-l.M 10.28 OIUt'R FOR PI'BI.irAT1OT* ( W.Clerk. WFEKS. '
I Com..I"lnant
be: a wonderful place. R.I C.ul r.ur
ll.lrenne. Issued by the Tax Collector, of which cave been filed with the County Judge I In .. Cour. Slat' nf fliirlda. Eighth By C .A. .
.durlnc dupl..t. *f .January 12 I IJ "I guess so, but Im not there yet. NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE Judicial. Clrult. ."' County, I Chan- R.1-Ut-l.R. noplt, Clerk
| !U H A. Illnhnn ____.......Telephone.. System Ort. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1020.10.0 81' I Sixty day after date hereof. I, th. und l.uko 'I
I 1 i T. TuylorMerchant 1. 1919 80. ____. ( NOTICE signed" .adtnlnlntrator of the .t.t. of M NOTU'P"OI 11.ICI01
Dr."I.t 1.81
Ol Ipl CmlI.ln.nt.
l f R S. Wasdln __.___.__________ .. ." 0.1 1. 1919 80. 1920.I .-._. 1.50 Notice la hari'by given that the underalcned.Cora I C. Croft. dt. ...d. will prcnent my voucher VI / .WlIRFAP. 1."I.I..u. >1II. unf.1
and final accounts to the lltmnrable Geo. A. 1K"6. of the
[ I l< ... issued by the Tax Collector, duplleatea of which have .filed with the County Judge of ( L. Canon P. Canon.adminlntratrix deceaiied( on of the December estate i Gardiner. County Judge: of Bradford: County: Jim I.uki. Defendant.It Florida did rins on. Joint.

durlnc the month of February 11 16 1U2'h.rl.I. at 10 orlock In the forenoon of said rlorlila. and ask to lie discharged a. ..1 ad appearing ).,. affidavit ..'.nd.e lo the pna nil an amendment to the Constitution of

J: A. Allan _________.________Merchant Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 14(20----- no 1 50 ilay. will prenent and make a final return tn ministrator.Thin .day of hill filed In the above ..., .u. that the by State' Vote of F'lnrlla. and the of..m.sit.the.agreedto )
Florida Amusement Co. ..Merrygomund Ort. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. ( 12 to the H.noPhl. George A. (Gardiner CountyJuflite Ot"IN'r. 1120. _. Luke. the defendant .' named a Ih..nlth. mem.
rEA ) .
1120.2800 hers elected to each house that ths on
1, Florida: AmUem.nt C. _.Candy Gam Ort. 1. 1919 A."t 80.( 1120.. .. 2.BO of Bradford County. Florida at his of of F.. C. Croft, De- In 'non-realilent of the It Florida an4that aald Joint ..theirre.pertlve
1: 1 Flordn Amn.m."t _____Ball Game rtti. I. 1919 80. 102011.00 2.BOin chamhera In the Cfiurthnune of said county In .. F.I. 10-8-91-12-1 be a realdent of ), of lrn. 1.I"lon with were .nl.r upon
l1 (: C MrCall Still Ort '1. 1019 Sept. 80. 15.20-----21100 oo the Town of Stark. Florida of her report .o. wlcl:. State of Georgia, and I I. over ( and nay
520; C McCall --::::::::-------Merchant Ort. 1.: 1919 Sept. 80. 1920.. :. 800 1:50 and aceounta aa such administratrix of asPi'alftte. of twenty-fin ,. .o I It I I. therefor ordered thereon, and they did d tnln. and direct)
5. O B. Gordon and then and then apply to ..aidJudir NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGESixty thnt non-rmldcnt defendant lie and U that the laid Joint lie submitted
----------------M.rchant 80
Ort 1, 1019 Sept. SI) 1920.-) 1 .i .I
1;.( nunran A Orl".p. ___..__--_Merchanta Ort. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920.._ C.M 8.0 228 for discharge .such admlni.tra. I o, after data hereof, 1. the, nnderlirniMl )hereby apiiear to the 1,1 of complaint to the .1..0. (if the II.t. at the GeneralEieettitt
: In
R H. _Turpentine Still Ort. 1. lf"19 Sept. 80. 1920.__..850(1( 17.BO trix. a.'or.1 the estate of Heater said cause on or 1.10. Monday Novnml.r. 1120.
1. K H Smith Co. _______._.Merchant 1. 1919 Sept. so, mn. Dated at Starke, Forid.. on thla October Wynn late of Bradford county Florida the Int day of Novvmlier, A. D. 1120.oth."I. NOW TJFREF'IF. II. flay CRAW.
O.t 1.11 16 1920. d".Md. will preaent my voucher and final! .* the aflcgatlnn of paId bill h FOKD. R.. of the dial* of
[Llrenne Innued by the Tax Collector, duplleatea of which have keen 'with the County Judge CORA L. CASOM. account to the Hnn. Geo. A. r.rdln r. CVtuntyJudire taken .confessed by paid defendant.It .H I Florida, do hereby give notice that a <
during th. "th .1 March, 1120 10-16-91-12-10. At Admlnnitratrlx Aforetald. of I..dlu' county. Florida and auk la further ordered that thl. order b* GENERAL ELECTION

: .- W Rowell __________--_Barber Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. RO. 1920..__ino 80 to lie .the.. Hth .of such October.admlniatrator.Thla 1920 IHilillnhed In the once Bradford a week for four eon.cuuv.1 will lie held In each county In florida .. 1 ,

1. Silsn( Green Minstrel' .______.--ShowMlllsdy Ocl 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920Sept. 750 ORDER OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION d" A. M. W1LLIAMR.Adtnlnlntrator w.k. In County sail and .. nent succeeding the first Monday .
(1 _.__.__ ___..Merchant ___. ''r ..hl.h04 County A. I). 1920 said be.
1. 1919 Bit. 1920 800 1 50 In the C rcult Court of the of Florida. of the Entat of Heater Wynn. 8 I N".ml.r. th Tuesday,
fi : M W Williams, _______-___.,Merchant Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. SO. 1920..._. 800 1.0sli"h..n In and for Bradford" County. S..t deeraned. 10.8-91-12-8 :. 1920. I 1"1 theSECOND .
' Brown ________._____Merchant Oct 1. 1919 80. 11420----- 00 1.80 Lulu M. Lancley. September 28, I DAY OF NOVRMIIER
S .. Minstrels, ___.______.Show 1. 1919 B"t.. 80, 1920)__.1500 7 50 Complainant. W. T. WEEKS, for the ratification or rejection of the said)
Hunter __??__..____..Physician <'UI. I. 1919 Sept. HO. 1920( .___.10.00 500 v* I NOTICE OP APPI.ICATION? FOR TAX DEED (1s.I) C.Clerk A KNIGHT Circuit Court. I Joint RI"U.n proposing an amendmenttn
H Will --------------Merchant Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. AO. 1920.__. 1.0( 1.80 Jon. J. C et alr.f.ndant.). l.MIPR; SFCTION Sill OF THE By the ConoUtuUln of the Stall of F.lorl...
'I ._, H Hunter --____ _____.Merchant Ort. 1. tillS Sept. 80. 1920___. 1./ ll.n"n. *. I, (.ENFIAI. HTATIJTPSN'ltice JOHNS. Deputy Clerk.E vlxi
M Mann 1919 la that Hoover Broa, : A JOINT
---.I.h'.I.n 1. SO. Proposing anAmendment
1120.11.10 REfOtJTION
) W L ('Ink" Sons ________.____Show ( 1. 1919 pt" 80, ._--. 7 Ml I. hereby given to all claim. purrhiwer of Tax Certificate No. 128. d.t.e MII fur Complainant. 10-1-61-10.29 to Article IX of the
T "I "w'T' ________ __,Merchant Oct. 1. 1919Oct. Sept. 50, 1920__.. 8.00 1.80 Inc an Interest under dana J. the Mh day of Autiunt A. I'. 1918 .II. Crinntltnllnn of the Bint of Florida '
1 J'h W.I. ______________Merchant 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920..__,. son 1.60 M Gomto. L. M. Little, Mr*.Ch.I.U.nan.D. L. M. Lit. saId certiorate In my offir. anil ha* NOTICE OF ELECTION to Taxatlnn and Flnane ' I
i; T -_ __________Merchant O,t. 1. 1919Ort. Sept. SO. 1020.._.. son 1.60 tie T. J. Alderman A. V. Lone. May application for tax deed t Innue In aoenrdancswith I. C. F. ".v.r. Mayor of Stark, Florida lie It Resolved the IAI.ltur of th.Stat. .
O, H. llrannen _--_--_______--Merchant 1. 1919 80, 1920____. 800 1.60 Aldorman. L. G. and W. C. I.I law. SaId e.rln..t. .mhr.. the fol by virtue of the authority vented in me bylaw af Florida I b
W Vlnlng __ _____._____Merchant Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. SO, 1920* _. 800 1.60 both bu.nln"o.1 10..1.. towing d.*ner lied". situated In Bradford do hereby call a Special' Election: to That the followIng amendment lo fieetlogj
; j.m. Kite ----_ ____ ____Merchant Oct 1, 1919 Sept. 80. 1920.I ..-_. 8.00 ItO M. Truby.ding C. K. .. 1'0..1, I 1'0..1. .. county r' ., ., ... t hold at the Town Hall In the aforesaid town, of Article of the Constitution of the
I.Irennes Issued by the Tax Store Company Gilbert W.r.nln.ula. EllaabethRo Lots. 4. 6, 9. 11 of Illk "II" In Rlalnv'a by the qualified voter therein on luenilay. the Slat of Florida relating to taxatlun and fl.
: Collector duplleatea af whIch have been R.
.with th County Jade and her htwhand. Pro A. J. Add to ft.rh. Th said land being assessed 21th lay of Octol.r. 1920, for the purpose' of fiance la hereby bo
during the month f April. 1(>* Burt.
IIu. Putrh. N. P. Cauthvn. Min. at the . the Innnane of such certificateIn electing milled to the electors "rtht.I for ..
.Aey Brsnnen ...__.___....Barber Shop O. I, 1919 S"t 80, 1201.0 .lu I .. Triplet. A. Harry C. Bower the name of Mr.. Teren.a Irf.vlUin. ONE ALDERMAN.Innpeetnrn tlnn or rejection at net .1.:
9 M. Hagan __._........_____Merchant 1, 1919 8n. ..... .16 E. 1 HOUK*. A. 7..W.t&*. Burton H. Cor. Unleaa .aid certificate shall DA redeemed F. I'. Shaffer T. N. K.ndrlek. tlrin field hereafter, that I. to lay that .
T *.. T'I'. "h _______.___Merchant .t. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920____ 160 belt, John H. Geoni Chnatlan.nn according to law tax deed will Inane thereonon Julian I.. Peek. tlon I of ArtIcle' 9 of the Constitution of the
'1 C. R.rry --_________--__.___Merchant Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. 80, IIPO----- SOI 180W William J. WII.m.. the Hth day of November. A. I. 1920. In testimony whereof I hereunto .11.ulb State of Florida h amended"..t .
H V1 L..t ______________.Merchant Ot 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1920_____ 1.0) 150 all d..e. or any of them, or othorwla. Witness my o"le.1 .I".tur seal thl. my name and eauae tile seal of the *.11 t.n folo.o I .e
H. ._ _________ __Barber lI I. 191* Spt 80, 11201.1 .1 I dovia..a. claimanta grantee.. the Eth day of October, A. P. 1920( I t. be ..ont affixed tha IMth day .f .p.I 6 Tie I..tu"' snail hate pow.
15 I H' Smith ------------Turpentino SUM ( 1. 1919 80. and t" all partiea claiming I any Interest I W. T. WEPKI I tember. .y"I"provide for Issuing honda only
Smith ------------------Merchant (let 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 1020LOU 160 In the lnd described .followsiNorthiaat ; Seal Clerk Circuit C.ur.By Bradford C. A. KNIGHT. Fla I. (Seal C. F. HOOVER, for the puriios, of repelling'H.t Inv.l.n or .op

i. .lr.fl..issued by the Tax Collector duplleatea of which have Keen with the Cranty Jade ". aoutheant quarterNE'4 I lU-K-Sl-lI.B.* Deputy Clark. Attent. : Mayor. "rl. In.ur.lon. or for the purpns ofrndremlng 1.1
( of SB% ) section twentr-flv (.
during the month ef May. 1929 121.) <: A. FUTCf. Clerk. 6-24-61-10-22 or ..fundlnl bonila .I..d.
( t.n.hlp nix 16)) range twenty-two ( -- sued at a Inwer or for 'j'-
4)) ; rd"ln at H.rl ________Merchant Ol. 1, 1919 Sept. an. 1920___.- 1.60 ..nI .uth h.1 of norb.t quarter' S'4 of N NOTICE OP APPIirATIOIK FOR TAT DEED ORDER FOR PUBLICATION purpnne of .a""lrn.nt Int.l., main I
.. ______--____Merchant lt 1. 1919 S pt. 80 192(1( ._--- (.(in( 1.60 E14t.> .t h.1 ... ..1 quarter of i UNIIKH BKTIOV; ; 6TI Or TiE In Circuit Cur. ft.I of lorlda. Eighth r Inc a .,. ", d roads and brlitire
I "FuJMU" Co- --...-----Merchant (lI 1. 1919 Sept. 811. 1920..__. 800 1.60 nnnliwe.1 (E'4 NEW ( >. GENERAL fTATUTf Judicial (NUi. County, In Chan- throughout, this State under such remilMlunaas
,. ', Ju Pharmacy section thlrty.aiic f86)), oft lpo'.rW 18)). I Hereby not. la M. Truhy eery. I may li. preaerllied by an Act of the leg.l.latitre. .
Merchant Druggists! Oet. 1. 1919 Sept. 80. 14(201.50 .78 range t..nt.t.o2, .0uth..1 of purchaser sale certificate numbered r*. Charles W. Peepia ; provided that any bond I.a. au.
( .Irennes ( n.r..t qur.r JWof ) fu.h. I .pectlvely 106 104. and 160. united by the Complainant. thorlxed In pursuance hereof, for a aystiim of
I"ur by 11. Tax C.Ir. duplicate. af which have keen fled with the Cranty,. Jud. .t qu.r.r .."tht .NE\I. north- Tax Collector for Bradford County Florida. v* I rnoil rnarln and bridge shall not ... In
r dur". the sa nth of Jan, 11 weal quarter ( 8E14 of NWV, I, Said certificate 106 beIng dated the Int day Texaa Peeplea. amount flv* (51 tier rent nf the total .aen *-

: I"f'l; J. Sort "-__ __._______Restaurant 1. 1919 Sept. 80 1020.....850( 126 aectlnn eleven (111.) town.hlp _ven (7). I of June A. l>. 1908. and ecrtificaie* 104 and Defendant.It rnent of the aIsle at the tim of Isflu*.
Taylor ________ ___Merchant Ot 01. 1. 1919 .. S'l. 1920--__- 1.60 .'8 ranir ... . ((221 wot quarter or 160 being dated th Sth day of August, A, D. appearing by affidavit .".nt. to the' The voles east In compliance with saId 1''
\L rt .__. 1959 Sept. 80. 19X0___1.50 "rtb.t quarter of northeaat quarter (W4 i 191*. and the said ..rile.t. In my hi filed In the ahov-tatd c.. Texas proposed smendment and the canvass, deelaratlnn 1'
< h.ior County .Ait..rh. .1. ., of NKV)I. northwest quarter ofnorthrant off c* and .mail ." .. deed . the defendant therein named la 5 and returns tl..f. shall be subjected

i I. Oct. I. 191* Sept. 80. 1920_....1000 600 quarter (NW% of NE"4I. we) I i to Issue In : with I law. Th saidcertificate. non-raident, of th ft.t of Florida, and ..heI. to the same .. and renlrletlonn 0a.
z Ad kin _______-____Lawyer Oct. 1. 1919 Sept. SO, 1"2011.11( 601)) half of west h.I of southwest qua". .r"nrh.t c'I-mbrae the follnwlnclanda la a resident of Georgia, and la over r provided by 'law for general election In
., it r.rn"nrar. ...-.___________ ..Merchant. O. 1. 1919 Sept. 5I( II 0If.01 too (W'<, of W'4 of SWU of In ..I..ld. anad the age nf twnty-on years i It la thssfoveomItted the fetal. of Florida.
l E ( nl.y ----____Traveling Dentist I. 1919 Sept. 8H. 1920___.1251) 8.28 HE\I. northwest qu..r NWVJl I. north- I' at the dat \uuo.of .uh rtlflcateain that said nnn-re.ld.nt defendant IN TESTIMONY n
t Norman ---________.Meat M.rke Oat. 1, 191* Sept. 80 1920.....260 of a.uth..t quarur (MWV4 of the hereinafter particularly and I. hereby required to appear to the I hays hereunto set my :>
Irenne 1.2 SWl/,1. west h.I of southwest qu.r. of set forth, : of irnplant filed In said cause on or and affixed the
|I..r br the' T., c lert.r. dapU..t., wnh| have keen tied' with th County Judce southwest CW" of aW' SWT4). Certificate No embraces thai portionof Monday", the lat day of Novmhv. bro.. (SEAL) the Bl i.'. of .C.f. Peal
tarn. . ef July. 11 auction nine (9i, townshIp I8. rang Noihwet Quarter of Southeaat Quarter 1920. otherwise the . bill lahanse. the' Capital this Ih.t..n..htb *
W C'' twetlty- wo (22). southwest quarter (SWti lyfnv E of Stacks and Sandernon publi road wll Ib* taken eonfexed be said defendant.It day of July
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I. 89. 1920n 2.
I en .O lpt a.lo &, and northwest quarter of southeast quarter 8... 17. Tp. 5. B. R. 22 K.. 16 aaneaaedJ. la further ordered that order bepulhiahed D ivjn.
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nummm ...Merchant V 1. 191* 80. 19 0____. 'INW% of 8EVi>. thl
0 & .101 (IL), town Truby.Certificate. a week for n. CLAY CRAWFORD,
LHayne* __________Dentist O 1. 1019 811. 1920___._10.00 too I .hpeiirht (8). Ir.A I .n. .nutl"
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1 Thomas Charles A.-Moved from county: I as...
er, were here on business Friday. 'DO YOU KNOW Tallman. rr. ...d.-Moved. from county. I

County Telegraph I Miss Iris Epperson, of Starke, spent Week.Wilson,John B. Max A. -Moved Moved from from COllDt county.,.

the week end with her cousin, Kate Wilson.. B. I' I
W ell>, E N. Moved from county.
iublwhvdWiklj: and'Hd' .ee-j Epperson. WHAT IS Yawn, John .'.Moved from county
C. T. Smith, of Lloyd, representing:: Preelnet >.. i Palestine
.od cl.... mailer ml the ousi-@'iCe il j Gilmer Pry Goods Co.. of Winston- Croft. M.llle-I*.ad.

Starke, Florida. I Salem N. C.\ spent Monday night I THE MATTER? Cole I"' ''.un.E. F.Mov.t-xbron. ..l..>eadI.IUxm from. county, Sale ExtendedTen

--- -,,- -= with A. C. Strickland.. Henry-Moved from county.
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8 Moved from count,
O. K. Cull Fllmon Georxc -
C. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Ownrr. Friends of Rev. Ellxaon, Onear-Moved from county.Oalniy. .
of Griffin, Ga., are receiving announcements \VIIEX '" flU FEEL OUT OF !SORTS ; Jeff B.-D<*d.

of the arrival of II son, Oct. AM SEC; THINGSITII A Murphy John-Dead.
force, John D.-Moved front county
(If."n' Adn" Rcpre.nt i e 12th. I DULL EYE
THEAMLKICA-.PHF'SASS' ()CIA1 Precinct Ne. 4-PretldeneeHell.
Mrs I\a Sprinkle, of Reddick, spent J. GMoved from county

the week-end with her parents, Mr.+I LOOK YOUR BLOOD Hrookn. J. R.-.Moved from eounty.Cay. Days longer. To showour
Townsend. Binnle L. Moved. from county. :
C. I
and Mrs. W.
PRESIDENTIAL Jones, J. D.-Moved from county.
, DEMOCRATIC !Mrs J. J. Jones, of Micanopy, is visiting PALE COMPLEXIONS. LANGUID I Jeckxon Toke-Moved. from county. appreciation the wonderful
: ELECTORS at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. FEELINGS LOWERED VI. Lloyd J, I.--Moved from county.
Moved from county.Merrleka .
I.ewu. W. T.-
W. Jones thin week. TAUTY. NEED MORE RED:: Scott-Moved. from county.
, Martin Caraballo. P. W. Corr Rev and Mrs. G. W. S. Ware, of BLOOD. TAKE PEPTOI I Price Kohei. *-Moved from county. business you havr given us the past
I Charles E. Jones. W. V. Knott. the association Smith, L.. F'.Moved from eounty.
i J. G. Sharon. G. B. Wells. here Worthington lat week. .MANGAN- i Witt Willis, ,D.A.Cv A.-Moved Moved from from county.eounty. ten days. We would like to give fur-
' Rev Norris, of LaCrosse, attendedthe So many people upend week after Precinct Ne. ft-Breoker
III association Wednesday. down and out. They never Cunningham FA. I.-Moved from county ther reductions but in
old wee!: :feeling most
I A ,short time ago a 14-year boy really Dy.l. T. D.-Df-ai". cases our
was drowned in a mud hole on a street I S. S. Proctor was-at the State Farm stop to think that something Howell J. P.-Moved. from eounty.
cities. A few'' Sunday. is the matter. They satisfy themselves lennon. E.-Moved. from county. lower than the manufacturers
of one of our largest motored not sick Mill.. G. C.-Moved from county. prices are -
t, days later a well driller on the West Jim Mott, of Worthington, by saying: "Oh, Precinct Na. f fitarae
Coast had his derrick and other machinery to Lake Butler Tuesday morning. Ill be all right tomorrow." I I I 1 Anntln. Lacy H.-Moved from eounty.Ahearn .

Kink, out of sight in a pond Mrs. F. A. Wise spent Tuesday in And tomorrow comes again and Harr. T.. C I*. E 7...--,Moved Moved.. from from eonnty.Barrett county.. ,

where they had been left. But do not Jacksonville.Mrs. again. Still they feel depressed andlanl'uid ', C. T.-Moved from county
that Flor- Seeber King spent Thursdayin scarcely able to get around. Bark J. < .--Moved from eounty
believe from these incidents / Chaplin John J-Moved. from county.
ida'n! name is "11fud." Jacksonville. If you don't feel like yourself, you Canon. Charles P.-De.dCulver. Come in and see for yourself
Claude are weak John--DeedChaxtatn. .
Mrs. C. L. Vcrnes and son, are not yourself. If you

I The crops of Bradford county this of Johnstown, visited her parents last and pale, your blood needs strengthening ('.Crawford. Henry Thou A.M.--Dead Moved. from county. do not insist buy-
(I we
('Ilaolbave\ turned out much better week and attended the association You should know about Pep- Cameron M.--Moved. from eounty.Crew. on your

than,,was expected.; More hay has been I Mrs. W. If. Raiford and Rev. E. G. to-Mangan, that famous blood tonic. Duncan... A.B.C.-P..Dead-Moved. from county

saved than any previous year, the i Wells, of Raiford, attended the association Physicians recommend it and pre. Thai. Alex-. -TVad ing.
is than last week. scribe it contains Just the rtval. A. O.-Moved from county. .
sweet potato acreage larger Fllemon. R. M.-Moved from eounty.F ..
ever before and so is the cane acreage. John Ritch, of Raiford, motored tour ''I i ingredients needed to make red blood. : ..on. Clarence--Dead. I *

The beautiful weather we have had so town Thursday.W. It renews your energy, puts you where Kdwardfl. D' R Moved from from county.
Frallck. J. O.Moved eounty.Goodv
far has served to mature the potatoesand W. Williams, of Jacksonville,,,.I you ought to be. Begin with it today. ..lne. Frank Jr. Moved. from county. One mind whereone

develop the sweetness of the cane. and J. F. Gable, of Gainesville, addressed .. Get the_ tablets if. they will be moreconvcrient .. Gnodwlne. rellx.-Moved from -county.Ceorae. I case comes to our
David W -Deadnalney.
,a:Ii The weather has also been favorablefor the association here last weekin to take man the-liqui J. C -Moved from county I
fi setting strawberry plants and giving the interest of Sunday school work Both have the same medicinal prop- Green.. Mallie--Moved from eounty. of our customers saved $7.65

e them a good start. The people and the 75-million campaign. erties. But be sure you get the gen- Gnann(;, orman Elbrrt-George-Moved E.-Mov..d from eounty.from county.:

have money, and prospects of more Among those attending the association uine Pepto-Mangan. Ask for "Gude's"and Gardiner.
coming, go there Is every reason for convening here last week were, be sure that the full name,- .. C. D.-Moved from county
Gunn. C. D-Moved from county.
contentment and hope for the future. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Harris, Mr. and "Gude's Pepto-Mangan" ig on the Trfwdwlne. from county. buy your fall needs from us within -

Mrs. McDavid, of Antioch; Mr. and packape.-Adv.: H_. Roy C.-Moved. from eounty.Hankenon. ,
.' Avery-Moved from -county.Holllniraworth ..
The government census of Florida Mrs Henry Peeples, of Miller, Isiah -- -- G.-Dead. the next ten days and you'll make

counties has now been completed.Some Dubose, of Worthington, Mr and Mrs. A love smitten youth who was stu- HodiceH' Rufus E.-Moved from eounl,.

counties have gained, some lost O. W. Maines, of Mounteocha, Mrs. d'lnlthe approved method of proposal Kit.Kite,, Jim._Jr Dead.-Dead. the best interest investment

population since 1910. Some paradoxes Carter and Mrs. Davis, of Heilbronn. asked one of his bachelor friends if Koon. H. M.--Moved from eounty. on your

are seen, for instance, when of two I I Mr. and Mrs Harris Tomlmson re- he thought that a younlman should leo Long Jeff A.-V.Moed-Moved. from from county.county.

adjacent counties, having precisely the turned home Monday from a visit with propone to a girl on his knees law W. G -J>.ad. you've made in many a day.

same conditions, one has lost in population I 1 I their sons, George and Quinn, who are "If he doesn't," replied his friend, Mack Mixon Alex Chu. ..Moved A.-Dead from. county.

and the other gained. But tak- located_ at Sanford._ "the $girl: should get off." Mattox. Jon R.-Moved from eounty.Moriran .

ing the census la by no means an exact J. J. Colxon, of u New River, was in L. U-Dead.
PUBLIC NOTICE Moltt. Orvllle-Moved. from eounty.Murrtaunh. ;
science. Preparations are not town Monday. of W. N. Moved from
t hereby given thai at a meeting\ county.
made in time, unsuitable men are of- | Rev. S. S. Proctor has been calledas I th.Notice"".rd In of County Commla.lonera In and Morwan M. M--Moved from county.McRae. .
' Florida held on the 20th D. O.-Moved. from county.Na.h. ALVAREZ & GRAHAMThe
f ten employed the work must be completed pastor of New River church for Bradford Count th. . namewen O. L.Moved from eounty.

p in a short time. Sometimes a 1 H. N. Stanton arrived Sunday from I day of ordi-red October atrleken 120 from following the re..l"tratlonh.oka \ Naiih. John C.-Moved from eounty.

M rensus taker will encroach on his Fort Pierce for a visit with relatives. of said county for the .....on. ael op- Neal M. I..Moved from county. Dependable StoreWe've
I'hllllpi, W. H.-Moved from county.I'arkrr .
neighbor's sometimes whole < Mrs. Roger Collins and baby Mar. iHMtltv .
territory, d'I.I. given thai the Board of Ma'ion-Mo" from eounty.
neighborhoods will be left out. When tha Christine, of Pensacola, and Mrs. County Commlwloneni will be In session' on Price H. F.-Moved from eounty.Ratlin .
II. A. Wood of Valdosta Ga. the Monday. the 2Btn day of October: 1920. orentore ', Albert- >..d.
one man quits his job and another are have been erroneouclystrleken Itoberta John H.-Moved from county.
fttps In, It is almost sure to be a mix- : guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Town. such from namee....d b a.oka. : RlKlnn, John M -DeadReave. .

; up. The procedure is about as accurate I send this week. C. A. TIOBFRTS.Attnt .. J. T.-Moved. from county.
Chairman. Roberta, Ixinnle E -Moved from eounly.R..brrta. .
the backwoodsman's I Mrs. Allie Andrews has returned t .
as estimation W. T, WEEKS': Clerk 7ack -Moved from count,.
d of the distance to a certain place, I from a visit with relatives in Jackson I Precinct Ne. I-LawteyAddlMin Roberta. W. B Moved from county
Roberta Ben F.-Moved from
when he says it is "two hoots and a ville. She was accompanied home by Claude Hhmlea.II.-M..v.d-moved from from county.county. Reynold. Raniiom-Moved from eounty county: :
t holler" I Mrs. Vaaro Dowlmg and baby. Addison J. W.-Moved from county Roes. C. A -Moved. from eounty.Rwi .

I Steve Cason, of New River, was a I nnhann.n. J. M.tthr-M.Jr. Moved.. from from eountyHennett. county, Km'11.t, W.Thoa E..-W DeadStrickland .-Dead. .
Henry B --
Florida now produces as much of business visitor to Lake Butler Tues "Ia kbu'h. T. T:Moved. from eounty. Jen.--Moved. from county

spirits of turpentine and rosin as any day morning. Browning. Tild.m -Moved. from eounty.KrownlnR Scott. E. C.-Moved. from county
Scarborough B C.-Mo..r from
other two states together, and more. I Mike Colson, of Midway, was transacting . Noah.. J. B Jr, -.-DiadHullrr. Moved. from county, Sydbnten. Abner C.-Moved from eounty eounty. Got 'emAny

Her supremacy in these productionswill business in town Tuesday. Ihltl".. Noah-Moved from eounty.Hutler. tllm.T .CIITdroHIFaDDEWIaH. J 1..1wQ. (
Scott. 7. -Moved from county.
ever become greater and when 1 Oscar Rimes, of Worthington was Walter -Moved from Bounty.Koykln. . .
aI J. H.-Moved. from county. Stbky L. O- Moved from county.Turner
the other states cease to produce altogether .I business visitor to Lake Butler Mon. Blackman. J. R. V. Moved. from county
II.... .... Olin -Moved from county Thrower, O. A.Moved from county.
I -
Florida will still furnish a day morning. Hlaekburn." L.. U.- Moved from county. Thrower. Eugene': IJ.- .Moved from eounty.
large annual output. For here the Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Markee have Hyrd. J. C -Dead Tyson J. R.--Moved. from eounty

pines grow up as fast as there is demand I moved into the cottage of Miss Sarah Cline..olomnn-'Moved from eounty.CouMlna Tatum.Thrower J. --Moved from county

for them, and the second growth 1 Douglass. Churchill, .(,eor S. ,M.eMoved-ItoadCartor. from eounty. T'mlcrhlll, Walter..Moved. from eounty.. make of used car, you desire at right

,hough not as valuable for timber as I Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Townsend, J.II. I' Will., James T.--DiadWl .
i t the I ('*\\r J. W.-Moved from county. Enoch WMoved from county. prices, delivered to your door without obligationon
original growth, still is rich in Marnhburn Mrs. J. W. Townnend linrllnKlon. F. R.-Moved from county Ware Enoch L--Moved from county

'I gum. All the time more and more and children, W.. C., Wilbur and Viola, rilnklna, Paul. S:-.Moved from eounty.Dlckemon. ", ..11.! J. W.-Dead your part to buy. We will
I E. S.-Moved from eounty. William., F. LMoved from">'*county.Walnwrlirht. pay your expense
swamps are being drained sufficiently spent several days at Orange Springs '. Moved from county. C. Luclan-Moved from county
:for the pine to get a foothold, and they ,. fishing last week. Finn.Ilnvla,Olho toil B---Moved from county William, Akner -Moved from county. if you prefer to inspect and buy a car at our

I, will then take full posxession. Thus Harney Varncfi, of Johnstown, was rranMyn. Fdrt Au".u.--Mnnd Dead. from eounl7.f're.I. Will! B. Preelnet C.Moved No.: from Hanpton county establishment.Write .
e>ery year thousands of acres of turpentine a visitor here Monday afternoon. Clixlwln, O. D.--Moved from county.Modireii Burton MMoved from county.
is McGill I o..oal'-Movrd from County Bryan T. T.-Moved from countr.liro..n. : .
pine added to the acreage DeWitt left this week for .
In. J-M..v'
I Hood. D C.-Moved from county from county.: us todav for full particulars.A.SAGER
'J already existing. The value of the Kentucky, returning in a few days Ilea. John C.-Moved from eounty.tlawklna. Call Joel-Moved from county.Durden .
I pines will pause forestry' to soon become with his bride j I, Claude H.-Moved from eounty.Heai T. J.-Dead.

; common and then the destructive I D. W forum spent Sunday with his Hawkina, Raymond Samuel E.J.Moved-Moved. from from county eounty_ Green Dover, J.J. R.-Moved I.-Moved. from from eounty.county.

r fires will be excluded. The drainage family. I Ilayard oule- Moved from eounty.Johimon. <>t'1".,. C. R-Moved from county.

of the Everglades will in course I A. E. Proctor was a business visitor William II.-.Moved. from aunty.Jackeon Hicks Hick... G FrankDead Wled..
R. B.-Mo" from county.
il, of time change the present growth of to Sapp Wednesday Johnaon. R",". M.-Moved. from county.Jonea. Hamilton, W. K.- Moved from county.
saw that of A born W. J. Moved from eounty.Keraey Harman 8 F:-Moved. from county:
} t) grass to woody plants, and baby was to Mr. and Mrs. Hatch Wm. Moved. from eounty
Wm. R.-Moved from county.
j then) there will be new territory for Pitt Townsend Friday. Kerry, Hardy- Moved. from eountyi John., I.. t-I..d.

I the pine to conquer. Misses Inez and Pauline Collins, of I i K...,...,. M. Riley Moved. from eounty.loadholti John.. II. J.--Moved.. from eounty. 220-222.224 W. Adams St. Jacksonville Fla.
koon. H -Moved from
M. Luther-Moved from county.Lowry
i Ocala were the guests of Mr. and Andrew J.-Mo\ed. from eounty Moore, J. W. -Moved from eounty.
LAKE BUTLER Mrs. Collins this week. l.a.tlflirer. R..RIOn-Mn". from county Mary. O.- Moved from eounty. Phone 4517. References Peoples Bank of l

Glen Smith of Ivlninnon.. Wm. H.-Moved. from county. Murphy T. -Moved from eounty.Maddanl. .
Newberry was the Mu.. W. M.-Moved from .county .. Edd-Moved from county Jacksonville.
Lake Butler, Oct. 22-C.: A. Savage guest of Mr. and Mrs. Collins Sunday : Mm,.. A. F.-Moved from eounty.Milling. Nimmo, A. J. .DeadNickel. .
is home this week and is repairing the Miss Ina Alderman, of Starke, spent Wm. N.-Moved from eountyMitm ., W F..Moved from county.
Thomaa M:.-Moved from county O'K..,... John W.-Moved, from eounty.Prevail. .
s store of II. L. Fowler. the week-end with her parents, Mr : Muc Ed ..Mn"...I from county.McCulley V. R:.-Moved from county
, Nathan Tomlin, Warren Coffin and and, Mrs. G. W. Alderman. John I*., Moved from county.McKlnht. Hawley R. -Moved from eounty. "
f .. John L. Moved from .
Wm Moved from county Scotten eounty.Splrher
Hubert Bennett, of Johnstown, were William and Henry Varnes of. Ott. Alex A.-Moved from county .'. H.-Moved. from eounty.
'' in town Tuesday.The Johnstown, were in town the latter Parker Wm. H-DeadPettit. Tuncy J. 8.-Moved. from county +
of last Chan. N.-Movxd from county Tolbert J. II .-Moved from eounty.Varne. 1
following officers electedto part week.
were I rarmenter. Henry F-Dead. .. Flla.- .Moved. from eounty
serve the Woman's Club for the The club entertained the friends and 1'enriarvln. Ben r'.Moved from county Wee>t. H B.-Moved from eoun." .
i ensuing year: teachers of the Lake Butler High )'".. ., Htarlinw It.-Moved from county. Precinct Na. e-Ralfod -I
1'e.pte... John N. -Moved fmm county. Bryan B M. Moved from county. GENERAL
President, Mrs. A. C. Strickland. School Monday afternoon from 4 to 6.1 I'lemnna. Edd C. Moved from county Ii..dl.'y. D E. Moved from eoun." INSURANCE

1st vice president, Mrs R. E. Dell. The room was decorated with roses Peeplea. B. A..-Moved from County Cobb R. O Moved from eountyCaaon .
[ Prince Jamea- Moved front county.Raulereon C. B.--Moved. from county
2nd vice president, Miss Proctor and marigolds, and as each guest arrived I.ewln--Moved from county Cone T. J.Moved from county.Con. HAROLD C. WALL

2rd vice:I : president, Mrs. Wm. John- they were served punch by Mre. Keddlah. Wm.-Diad. .. G. H. -Moved from county
Wine and Strong Robert F. -Dead Funlee. F J. Moved from county. I
con. Harrell
who presided. I| Papp. I.. A.- Moved from eounty.Stark. Fowler. M. F. -Moved. from eounty.
Treasurer, Mrs. B. D. Harrell. The following program was Thorn S: Moved from county. Graham. W. 8. -Moved. from eounty.triffia STARKE FLORIDA :
Secretary, Mrs. J. E. Maines. ed: relllier'l Shunck, Edwin: I*. Moved. from eounty.Rhunck ( Robert-Moved from eounty.
I ferry F. Moved from county Green, H 8.-Moved from eounty.C.reen FIRE LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
Miss Ruby Roberts, of Jacksonville, Music by Miss Mildred Mann Henry C--Moved from eounty.Strickland ; R J.-Moved. from county I w

spenf th... week-end with her parents, Guitar solo, "My Wild Irish RO W. Rotteoe Moved from county Handley. D. RMoved from county Ii i
Hike. Walter H.--Moved from county Johns 8. T.--Moved from county.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robel.ta.Mrs. Contest "I Remember.' Stmtiii. It. F.-Dead. Johns, J. E. Moved from eountyJohn. .
I J. J.-Dead.Thede. Johna Braily-Moved. from county. .'
a business visitor here Music selection Kaon, 0..1'Mond from .
Saturday. Mildred RnbN'' .. eounty.rUrnold.
Wm.Dead.Thomrcon Mitchell. J. O: Moved from eounty. UOBSOX
T M*. and Mrs. Joseph McLeod of Miller Delicious golden glow ice cream and. C. D.-Moved front eountyTnmlinaon. McClellan J. A. Moved from county. Rvynolfh.. W.Fo..t-Mov.d MMoved from from county

] were here on business Monday. mushrooms were served. Wm. J..-Moved from county. Norman. FverettMoved from eounty.Roberta. Surrcncr. R. 8.-Moved from county.county.8tokea. atte'ded -
Mr. Mrs. Hurst
Taylor H -Moved from eounty.Wllhama. W. WMoved from eounty.Reynolila. and Judson
MIKMIarltuel.jte| Shriver, of Brook- Those present were Mesdanws II, if. Alex. 8. Moved from county lAw _Moved. from county Sloan.W.H. M B.-Moved Moved from from eounty. church at Cypress Grove Sunday

it i er, was the guest of Miss Mildred Rob. Stanton, J. E. Maines )0', A, Wise, B. Whll"h..d. John B.-D< Dead
J. BMoved from IL.
William. county Sept -
, ya" erts last week, and while here attend. D. Harrell, W. M. Johnson; Seeber Preelnet Ne. I-I.eke Batter Rapp krm-Moved from county. Watta. J. W.-Moved.from county. Bethlehem Sunday were Mr and

ed the association at the Baptist King/, Rafe'Johns, Major, Conner, R. Alderman Wm. R. 8r.-I>eadArtdiixin. Smith J. H Moved from eounty Ward If.nry-Mo"Precinct from county. Judson -
Na. Mrs.
12-Thenaaa i Mrs. Drew Mr. and
; W. W.lIov.. from ""untF.l'lta. Valencia, W. 8.-Mov. from county ]I, ,
f church. E. Dell A. C. Strickland, W. Williams I I .....r. F ,J. -Moved from eounty.Halley Whiten J. I..-Moved from county Norton C.o..d.. Hurst, Messrs. Raiford and Pel-
Mr. and Mrs C. F. Rivers and family : and E. R. Miller; Misses Hattie Fowl. I W. A.Moved. from county Weaver R -Moved. from eounty.Prerlnet ORDER FOR PUBLICATION- ton Brannen Clinton Pearce, :\I188el

I spent Sunday with her parents, I..r, Irl ram, Edna Epperson, Eva \Ep: i Barker., M PA-. Moved Moved from from county eounty.: Wmt H. Moved N. *. -from WorthlntonBoala county. In Circuit Court. Bee of Florid. eighth Kathryn Dekle, Susie and Nita Hurst

f 'r Mr. and Mrs T, )I. Rimes, of Worth. person, Wilson, Barringer.. Mae McKinney I 1 Hekco, Thou MJ. -Deed Brown I.hamMoved from county Judicial Circuit Bradford County In Chancery. Misses Mae and Johnson.
ington. Ikmgl.s.. Martin LIkad.Dnwr Brooks GredyMo.. from county. Agnes
Katherine Harrisoji,.Marshall-- .; 8 A Moved front eountyt Burke, Henry C. -Moved from county.Chescor J. T. M... .I I I f I Mrs. Steve Denmark, of Jack >n
Richard Reaves, of Worthington, Proctor, Mildred Robertll.lJf' t Howling. Hardy B.-Moved from county T. B .Moved from county, Complainant I !'ville visited her mother Mrs. Su.a"
s made, business trip here 'Thursday.Mr B. R. Younmans, of Allendale, S. C., ,I "u_. 8. T.- .Moved from county. demon.. C R Moved. from eounty.opell. . vi I I week
Fdwarda. Vinrll'. .Moved from county (' Tho W. Moved from eonnty.Colnon Elvany Mar, I Shaw, of Baker county, last
!. Angus Bielhng, of Providence, was visiting friends In'I.awe. Butler rlynn Willie H -Deadrelnberg Mike LMu...... from eounty.Deea. Defendant i Mrs. Perry Johnson is visiting rII
visited relatives here last week. Sunday. Hen -Moved from county.Fonrthe Henry W. Moved from eounty.Hamilton. Jfi appearing ky "Idavlt amended to th. Js '*
Hind In the sister, Mrs. Emmie Denmark, of
E. R. Poppell and family Jack F M --DeadrVawle. Jam W ---Moved from county.Hod. abovc-atated eauae that Elvany
Supt were York of Moore Haven, Is the A. 8. -Moved from eountyGrinin. ..-. A. A. Moved. from county Marr. the defendant therein named. la a non- sonville this week.
here Friday. guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines. J. t.:-Moved from eounty.Hllhert anvford. T S. Dead realdont of the Slat of Florida, and tier ...1. buein'!
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon, of Raiford, Mr.\ York has been spending the J. 1'1.-.IVadTIalney l.anirford. A. J. Moved. from eounty.Mimell. dene .la unknown, and la over the are of Mrs. C. E. Vinlnn made a
sum T. M.-Moved from countyHunler. O A. Moved. from county.Meheod twenty-one. yeah It la therefore ordered that trip to Lake Butler Wednesday.
were here on business Friday. mer in North Carolina and is on his C I.aey.-Moved from county. CHcar R. -Moved from eounty. said nnn-resident defendant be and Ia hereby ; businesstor
V Among those from Brooker who attended wy home. Jackson. WIllle Moved. from county Plnk.ton. Joavph R. Moved from county.Ralney required to appear to the .. Jesse Howling/ was a
C. 8:, . i kniirht. Ldirar T.-Dead. J.... J. -Dead J led. In ..ld cailac. on or befonnMo day the to Lake Butler Saturday.
the association here Fridaywere ---- - .---- I 1 1nford,, W. E -Dead Ro"..*. John ... -Moved from eounty.Stephen. : >rd day of January A. D. 1 21. othcrwlac the
.'J Lester Pmholster and MissesColson' \ The man who invented that well A.-Dad. .. John K. -Moved from eounty.Tetatone all...atlona of enid bill will\ be taken a. eon. I NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CltEIJITO.RIIA
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\ I Gordon-DeadPreeinet freed- by said defendant | All Indebted tho setae,
Oliver. known
and sa'lng-"A man is as old s"he Moon, C. D.Mo""d from county. 1\0. ISw River It la runner ordered that this order be pub. I,I of Rradfnrd. eounlY. f'orida' r'
Any lariy -wishing any informationregnrdina.tb..Woman's Wbls\ ," no doubt invented a great Moon L. R. Moved from county Banks John J: Moved from eounty. llahed. om-e a week for eight ......_utl". weeks _...... are reousetd to pay their said t'kr
-wfrrtt''jtr th*!ninny other dart.; i MeCall. K. L. .Moved from eounty.Newnom Johna, Sidney 8.-Moved from'"" ..nq.. In the Bradfurd, County 7el...rraph, a ne_ and air" piraona .havingavalnut e'' a
: H. 8.- Dead Thomaa. Jetwe- -Moved from -county.Wllltama. *"ItT ".hll...".* '.. aid' county and nhall die the ame. de:
fair, beginning Nov. 2nd will please -&--- --- --- . ._ 1 Rtv..... '1'. F.-Moved from County B W Moved from County Thla October 11/. J'il. II,authenticated said ,eatat with the nnderalgned admi"tratrlx .

. write or see Mrs. A. C. Strickland,I. The Quinine That Docs No Affect The Head Raiser' : john Thoa i. r,-I> "d. I Predaet Ne.Ui Craham_ W. T. WEEKS. i within one year from date .herecthey car
Kim -Dead. Abernathy O J. Moved from Clerk
chairman of the woman's work depart. 11<<...... 0' h. ante" and tl.b..1... .fI'oct.' LA XA. I 1 Rwhar! .k..a. 1. C-..- fro nnounty.Rnberu. : Rush W. E Moved from _lIaq...n'7" By C. A. KNIGHT.Circuit Court. will %. forever barred. last.
ment.Mrs.. TIVa: tlROMO QUININE eta un be akea H. J.Id.. Byrd ;>. J.-_ from aunty.Dyal. Deputy CUrk- I Thla loth day of October MRS. C. A. MIXONAdminletralrlx .
of Brook. 1 tr the aayow bad. t'r\ srrvuu.neeeordntlna, .I Stewart Henry J. -Moved from county: T. AMoved front eounay D. E. KNIGHT j of the flue of Co A. 1I1 1'a
Shaw and daughter .
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Hampton.Tuesday.. I WANTED-Lady or gentleman agentin I .:
Sheriff\ Epperson, of Starke, spent the city of Starke for Watkins
several hours in our town Saturday. I Famous Products. Known: ever)'- I 11(1-
( Miss Emma Hicks and Mrs. A. A. hel'e. Big profits Write J, R.

Bits of LocalInformation week.Durden were shopping in Starke last 'I 10-22-21 Watkins:: Co., 57 Memphis, Tenn. is to your interest to attend N

Mrs. Pearce, of South Florida, spent I .
I Saturday and Sunday with her FOR S.ALfAbout four acres good>
1Irll.1.: L. Wattcr on. cane for sale in field. Will strip and .GRIFFIN & JOHNS ;4
silltl'r'j bank in field for buyer.
aiMM.AI o. r_.... a..,,,..... .a.f. J. H. Saxon has purchased the cut or it
p Ie ... c._.. -. T_ property on Main street. lie Farm one mile north of Starke. H.
proving the property and expects to M. Snyder, at Jones Hardware
make his home there.S. I Store. 10-15-2t
--. B. Price and family left Tuesday Great Reduction Sale'

Fresh eggs wanted at People's Gro- Butler spent) the week-end at the homeof for Huntington where they will make FOR( ] S.o\LE-1n Wateroak section 1 '
Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Canova. their future home. :Mr. Price will : mile east of Heilbronn Springs, SO:

cery - have employment with a large turpen-I acre farm, with option on adjoin. ,
Just received a shipment of What tine company there. ing lands Will\ sell for $900, cashor
\Ire.; 1 :::. Maikley Johns spent Sat- man's Sampler and other fine candies Mrs. Leah Folks, of Lake City, who I terms. Address L. A. Davis Tallahassee of seasonable goods---it's a great
urday in ScottDrug Co. has been! holding a position with the Fla. 10-8-St x

Kowand, of Lakeland, has beenin railroad company here as .(clerk leftj I feast of bargains. ,,
C Staike A. during the week. Miss EsteUe Woodard, the Tele- Monday for Jacksonville where she ; FOR SALt;-:uO! acre farm, good
graph's intelligent Theressa correspondent will spend several days with friends buildings and fence; 10 acres of s

lot of bargains in Ladies' was a visitor to Starke Saturday before returning<< to her home. corn and velvet beans; several plows
Fine Stump's. I .Mr.\ Collins of Brooklyn, was trans Also improvement on 6 acres ad- SATURDAY, Yard wide unbleached Muslin,
hats at II I acting business here Tuesday.Mrs. joining. 3 miles west of Lawtey on

: R. C. Heiberger, of Brooklyn The Ford Garage has just installed C. P. Sasser and little daughter Raiford road. Price 1200. H. S. worth 30c for 20c.

Capt. in town Tuesday. a gasoline tank of the latest pattern, darn May, of Valdosta. were the Norman Inverness, Fla. 10-8-31. 36 inch bleached Muslin worth 50c for 25c.
I was
a "Wayne," which will\ supply filtered guests of her father, P. B. Hunt Saturday

A O. Andreu, of Gainesville, spent gasoline to customers. and Sunday. USED CAR BARGAINS passenger -
his family here. Miss Gladys Mansell, of Starke, wasa Oldsmobile B 7 passenger Jor-
Sunday with ; SATURDAY AT 4 O'CLOCK, OCT., 23
visitor here Monday.
Everyday is bargain day at dan, both practically new; 4 passenger
made business Stump's.Mr. Herbert Priest, of Starke, was visiting King 8 5 Buick choice Shoes number. Same
W J. Epperson a tripto : ; passenger! ; pair to lucky coupons ,
his sister Mrs. E. E. Morgan,
4 5 Moon. All in fine
Jacksonville Friday. ; passenger
and Mrs. J. L. Jennings of Chi- Monday. shape and real bargains. Florida to be used in Grand Drawing, October, 30that

What's in a name? Visit People's cago, arrived Sunday for a visit with A. A. McDonald, our naval stores Premier Co., Gainesville, Fla. 4 o'clock. Then the
and see. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. E. La- man, who has been spending several .
Grocery gergren. i days with his family here, returned FOR SALE-Three tier hill 1 1-2 cars

L. A. Davis, Jr., is busy with build- : to his work at Kissimmee Thursday. fancy Watson Melon Seed, $3 pound I
ing and fencing for his chicken yards. Mrs. J. M. Tatum and daughter, Mrs. I, H. Hunter and Mrs. F. E. Five hundred to thousand dollarscar
Miss Lucile. spent the past week in Henry were shopping in Waldo Fri! net 1920. Cultural, fertilization Trunk
Jacksonville with Mrs. Tatum's sister, day. $60 ?
Special price on good self rising methods given on inquiry. Thirty .
Mrs. John Sims. Mrs. Chr elo and children, of Jacksonville thousand
flour.! See us. People's Grocery Co. years experience, .
were guests of her father, planted repeatedly. L. A. Stoney, la
Col. D. E. Knight spent Wednesdayin Neal,Dyal, formerly a farmer of the W. E. Hutchlnson. Saturday and Sun- Allendale, S. C. It* ,
Waldo looking after professional Brooker section, is at present locatedat day. mm r
business.Dr. Pierce, and has a position as electric Mr. and Mrs. II. D. May and Mrs. LOST-Male pointer puppy, about as first prize. Choice of '
motorman. II. B. Peeples were business visitorsto four months old; white with liver-

Chalker, physician at the State Starke Saturday.H. i. colored ears and forehead; answersto
,Try prices elsewhere, then come see B. Wiggins has as his guest this small
Prison Farm, was a business visitorto name of "Dan; wore Pair of Shoessecond
Staike Tuesday. us. We'll sell you if you want tobuy week his mother, Mrs. A C. Wiggins, : leather collar with name place but Any
where price and quality go hand in of Cam pville. no lettering on plate. Reward will be

;Miss Eva Williams, of Hampton, hand. People's Grocery Co. Gerald Middleton, of Starke, was a paid for return to E. S. Matthews, (
client, Saturday with her cousin, Miss visitor! here Sunday. Starke, or for information of his I prize to be given away. The holder of
Rev Burke of Waldo will fill his
;Myrtle Reddish.We Mrs. Schellic Rosier, of Evergreen, whereabouts. 10-16-tf.
has for her guests this week her sister regular; appointment here Sunday Ev. I Coupons must be here at our store at 4 o'clock.

are agents. for Dr. LeGear's and mother, Mesdames Walter L. erybody invited. FOR SALE-The under signed. has I The coupons will be drawn out of box until someone i
Stork and Poultry Remedies-one for Armstrong and Reynolds, of Kissim- --o- C.OOO Napier Grass plants for sale
in the crowd will have number.
every curable ailment. Scott Drug' Co. moe. nonsoNDobson at $8.00 per hundred. Guarantees lucky
every plant to live if planted as in-I
Perry E. Johns and family have E. A. Strout Farm Agency sold Oct. 22.-Mr, and Mrs. Oud structed. Written instructions and I
moved to Hardwood, where he Is located 4,427 farms last year, 401 last month. Dobbs, of Sapp spent the week-end guarantee mailed to every buyer. Be here and have your coupons. It's your
in business. We can sell yours. Consult Inman, with her homefolks in this section. Address inquiries regarding; same i I '
( Starke, Fla. 94tf. Misses Mae and Agnes Johnson and to I. N. Cable, Brooklyn, Florida. I chance for saving money on seasonable ;

Mrs. Will Edwards of Lawtey, Katherine[ Dekle attended services at 1022tf. goods that must be sold.
spent Thursday with her sister-in-law, Miss Mamie Sutherland was the Cypress Grove Sunday.Mr. ,
Mrs W. A. Barrett. winner of the raincoat at the draw- and Mrs. N. H. Hurst were business FOR SALE-Georgia Grown Cabbage
Ing held Saturday afternoon at Griffin visitors to Lake Butler Satur Plants. Will grow very fine heads

Fresh, clean groceries. Where? At & Johns big store. Another drawing day.Gordon set this month in your section Ear
People's Grocery. will be held tomorrow afternoon at Johnson made a business ly Jersey and Charleston Wakefield, GRIFFIN & JOHNS

the same time.J. trip to Lake Butler Saturday. Flat Dutch. Express $2 per 1,000; I
Edgar Thomas and family left Monday Messrs. Marshall and Clarence prepaid mail, 800, $1; 500, $1.50; STARKE, FLORIDA
for Orlando, where they will stay W. Green, who owns a farm east Dobbs., of Baker county, were in this I 1,000, $2.60. Georgia Whitehead L J "
fur several months.L. of Starke, has moved his family to section Sunday. aMiss and Buncombe collards same price
Glen St. Marys, where they will remain Mae Johnson and Mrs. Earnle I Parker Farms, Moultrie, Ga. 10-l-4t

L. King, traveling salesman for for several months on account of Vlikfl, of Lake City, visited Miss Susie.
the Quigley Broom Co., spent the Mr. Green's business. Hurst Saturday afternoon.CLASSIFIED STRAYED-From LaCrosse two half
weekend in Starke. breed Jersey cows; one is a small,
See the shoes at be- with little whiteon '
Stump"s ADVERTISINGFOR tan colored cow a ... _- == -==::.. == :
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:New: prices on all goods at fore buying.Mr. SALE-Cabbage: plants, $2 per hind legs and in face; other Is alight ::
Stump's.Mr thousand. Roy Kalch Hampton, \ brindle and larger Both have
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and chil- Fla. lb-15-St. horns and show the Jersey mark
and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, of dren and Mrs. W. A. Barrett and lit ings. Not marked or branded. Will Cash Capital and Bank Credit

Lake Butler, were guests Tuesday of tIe daughter motored to Gainesville WANT TO BUY-Your cows, heifers pay $10 for any Information leading;
Dr. A. L. Scott.D. Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. I and bulls that you will sell on account to their recovery. Please\ notify It.H. .

M. E. Edwards. I of the city's new cow law. N. Boyles, LaCrosse, Fla. 10-22-St
E. Knight was in Jacksonville D. Wainwright. 10-8-3t" Both can he built up and maintninrd.jrady for u*e.
Friday with business before Judge Sergeant S. M. Rhoden, a former
Cooper Gibbs. Starke boy is now stationed at El Every farmer knows that good I equipment helps a lot to
FOR SALE 80 acres good pine land
Paso, Texas. He is with Co. C. 48th near Luke-Butler, Fla. For particulars make work easier and accomplish more in a given lime

Don't forget we want fresh eggs: and regiment: infantry, and is well\ pleased address II. J. Spence, Punta Helpful Lank. service should lie mad<< a part of f your (farm ,;
will )pay the money for them. People's with his post.
[ Grocery Co Gorda, Fla. ]08.4t'FOR equipment, and used conntantly.

The Woman's Club will give a hallow'een SALE-No. 1 cypress shingles! There i i8 a financial side to funning, and the, farmer needs
;Mr and Mrs. J. T. motored party at the armory on the
[ to Jacksonville Tuesday Quigley and the 29th inst. Refreshments will be served $7.CO per thousand; primes $6 per w ".{3rr both a cash rauilnl, and bank credit' both fish. in well with
spent thousand. J. C. Crews Guilford, --
day and a small\ admission fee will be Fla. 101tf. the farming thai pays In fart the successful farmer is

charged, the proceeds to go to the clubhouse always the one with nome working capital in ihe form of i
If fund. Everybody is invited to
you wish to either buy sell
or a CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for
cash and bank credit hit command. I lore
farm, see Inman mask and join in the fun. you can
E. A. Strout Farm prices and ship ties of aJ! w
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Agency, at Starke, Fla. grades to Gress Manufacturing Co.. I. build a cash capital and cultivate bank credit.,
It never rains, it sever gets too -:- -
Jacksonville, Florida 8-C-20-lyr
I Mr Wiley Jones, of Hampton was.a hot, it never gets: too cold to be on the

a guest last week at the home of Mr. job. E. A. Strout's agent; or repre- FOR SALE-Red and Simpson cane

I and Mrs. R. R. Wynn.Mr sentative is always on hand. for sel.d. $2.f>0 per hundred. May AN IMPORTANT LETTER

be banked on premises. A. J. Thomas i Bank of Starke
and Mrs. W. B. Harvard and Herschell Crosby, who has been In Starke. 10-8-41 COLUMBUS, G*.-Doctor I'i<'rc("'* i
|children returned Friday from a Kansas the past summer, went to Golden Medical Discovery is certainly -
|month's stay at Hot Springs, Ark. Washington last week to be present WANTED-To buy upright or horl- a grand medicine for stomach The. Bank of I Helpful Sri vice.
the interment of the of his
at body trouble I have Buffered greatly
W M. Whitten, naval stores man brother, Herman Crosby, at Arlington ;- zontal boiler and engine combined, all my life with disordered stoma<,h. E. S. MATTHEWS, Pro. CEO. C. WHIT Cashier
10 to 20 In good condi-
(.I Raiford' had business in Starke National Cemetery It will\ be tion. J.horsepower L. Harrcll Lawtey Fla.1O.15.4t' My food tl'E'mE'd! l to wt so heavy,
Tuesday. remembered that Herman Crosby wasa no matter what I ate. I have taken -
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volunteer from Starke, and that he many of the medicines advertisedfor .- -- - -- - -. -
Be sure to attend the hallow'een died on pneumonia shortly before his, Wake- this trouble but none of them has I
FOR SALE-Fine Charleston
)arty at the armory next Friday night ship landed in France, on Feb. 27th' ever come up to "Golden Medical
1918. field cabbage plants, $2.50 per 1,000, IJiwovery for giving prompt and

Rev D. E. Holt will hold services at parcel post. Cash with order L. lasting relief. Whenever I have a /
't :Mark's church Sunday Oct. 24th, The girls basket ball team of the A. Bennett, Route A, Lakeland Fla. sluggish; liver with hick headache _ICIOX3(
t I 11 1 10-22-4t and I have found that
d a m. and 7:30: p.m. high; school has been reorganized for constipation
the season, and the young ladies will FOR SALE-Secndhand Com- Dr. i'ierce'a I'leawint/ IVllets are a
Shoe!' at the lowest; prices at I begin practice just as soon as the fort" wrought iron range. Slight very efficient remedy. They do not
tImps t ( necessary paraphernalia can be secur-' repair will place in first clans condi gripe or cause any other distressing
ed. To help defray expenses the team tion. J. A. Morgan, Route 3, Box condition such as a J great: many pillsdo.M .
lire, S. E. Brownlce is in Palatka will) sell home-made candy tonight at 29, Starke. 10222t. 09. LAURA KIMHKOUUH! 3TX)3)
''siting her daughter, Mrs. A. V. the Gaiety Theatre and at Mitchell's Earlene Avenue.
ong. drug; store tomorrow afternoon. They', FOR RENT-My place in southeast Few families have not at sometime
should be liberally patronized. Live I corner of Starke; 8-room house, 7 or other ust-d this Golden + Small size Mlrhelins are made of the
We have something! in store for our school spirit goes a long way toward, acres cleared, all under fence; high Medical Discovery Over twenty- name quality materials, by the same
"stumers. Joining and see what it making a live school. land, excellent water. F. C. IIollingsworth four million bottles have been Bold careful workmen In-4 he same modern
'Ill be. People's Grocery Co. Starke. 10-22-21 in this country. factory that have made Michelin
Ladies Winter Cloaks very Send lOc to Dr. PiVrw's Invalid King-shaped. Tube and other Michelle

Mrs. c, A. Mixon left Tuesday. for cheap at Stump's.HAMi'TON. LOST-From my home bunch one Hotel in uffalo. N. V., for trial ,' product(_famous. ,
-,alnesville! ] Ga., where she goes to ''I dark brown spotted cow; marked package of the tsfileta.WINTER l. ,
f mt her sisters and brothers.
crop two splits on one ear smooth
top in other; branded "M.'f Liberal EGGS r
ij IJelptlle Woman's Club to startVHFneir I Hampton, Oct. 22.-Mr. Galette of reward for information. :). W. -
club house fund by attending i Hawthorn and Mr. Wilkes, of Gainesville Moore, Theressa. 10-22-21 "The first winter I used Dr. Ix--" 4 S T
it i.e lullow'een party at the armory ,, have opened up a garage: and Gear's Poultry Prescription, It mademe .
ti; ext Friday night. I repair shop on Main street. They are Bute of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas a lot of money. I have 61 hen.
I giving the citizens as well\ as traveling County.... and Hold in January $44 worthof eggs:
Jack J. Jones a former Starke boy people excellent :service. This i ItI anion Frank partner J. Cheney of the makes firm of oath F*. that 3. Cn h.0 ny!. I l>ellide what we used oumclvei."-C. GARAGE
0 w living in Jacksonville, spent the I I some thing that our little town has Co.. dolnc builnoM. in the City of Toledo D. McCormick, Irlmo, Idaho. I SMITH'S
eek-end County and Beat .for...l t here ? the guest of his I long been in need of and we wish sad firm will nay the sum of ONE HUNDRED A hen can't moult and lay at the Fla.
:they, Mrs Amanda Jones. them success in their work. DOLUAItS for any ca.. of Catarrh j game time. Poultry raisers who get : Starke,
I that cannot b* cured by th. UM of
Miss Eva Williams was shopping in HAUlS CATARR" MflrCiNE; !: an abundance of ef( use I>r. Le-
+ Mr, and Mr. -0- '**. Canova and Starke Saturday. FRANK J. CHENET Gcar'o Poultry Prescription, which I -_

hildrl'n of Campville,. and bars P. B. i;James F. Stephens, one of the U. S. Sworn,pmne to before, this ash tna day and of aufowrlbail D. c..mb.Inmy r, pulls hens through the moult in short a
"'- - -- army instructors from Camp Humph A. 1> I/aa order, tones up the system and stlmulates -I
Or' v.'s Tte.... call ....... rays i I. the guest: of his parents Mr. iftaal) A.: Vf, Otomon MEDICINR Notary PuWle.HAUVShCATAUKIi III .... the rfWproducinK organ with. from':your dealer right; away Dr. Io- among your poultry or stork get his "

meaty sac: e..y br inrifytac mat '.' and Mrs. F. J. Stephens, this week. .n IntftrnHiir anti acts tbrourh tna Binod out injury.. If you want tgitn: thin I Gear is the foremost xpert' Poultry remedies from ;your dealer. They must _
,,4 bhala.E.. ..,. y *_e_ ..!iurtnot.. Dr. W. E. l\llddleton. of Starke, was on th. Mncoui. ,. n-.Hurfacaa Tvatlrnonlala of lh. .tr.gyetcm.bracelet .. winter when eggs:. mean money, get: Breeder and Veterinarian in America satisfy )you or ;your dealer will refund
'ya.4enttn.. ....... M attending to professional business in F. J. Chancy & Co.. Toledo. GhJo. Dr. Gear's Poultry Prescription today. For any ailment whatsoever your money.--Adv.'f' .

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: Live State News.j.jI Lansing to, Hard-Earl Winter hoop Oke- The Doc said -:50-50.: .

L mo. farmer who confessed yesterdaythat
? .. A IJ IAI/. . 1 .. u I1LLl.L1IFw/I he had taken his two little daughters

Told by Our Exchanges. Dorothy and Bernice, aged 3 and
I J -- - i., 2 years respectively, and buried them on hat c.20 20.
'' '\; - -- :/ alive in the mud and slime of Red

the work on pears that Howell and a companionwere Cedar river, will be given a preliminary ] -
Progress is reported on
car and hearing Friday morning on a
working on a
the Jetties at Tort Pierce and cargoesof freight I MADE a date. ON THE eye-slght card.
Howell( stepped back on the adjolnln'gtraek charge of first degree murder. lie r .
rock are coming in every day. .
just as the dummy engine ap- stood mute when arraigned and a plea WITH THE Insurance Doctor
; The board of state irmtltutiong has proached. His companion saw the engine of not guilty was entered by the court. wrote. down.'
awarded the contract for the state and grabbed him but it was too The coroner decided no inquest is FIRST HE poked me. "TWENTY.TWENTY.

e the late and he was knocked down and run necessary . . .
T. J. Appleyard
to pres.
printing 1 over, the engine cutting his body in In the meantime Roop, his clothes THEN TICKLED my ribs. THAT MEANS
tnt state printer. i your eyes.
f half. The other man was also injured still bedraggled and spattered with .
having been rendered unconscious but the mud from the children's grave,
i The first solid car of fish ever ship conch.: ARE SATISFACTORY."
he will sits in jail here, here apparently unconscious -
ped from Crestview went out last recover. . . .
week when a firm loaded 30,000 pounds I I I and unrepentant."It AND BREATHE and blow. AND I laughed and said
W Harrison Davis is to have was going to be a hard winter
i I reported .
for the northern markets. . .
had a narrow escape from a horrible and the girls: were an expense, was THEN HE listened In.

A Florida produced more gum turpentine death a few days ago while assistingIn his justification in his mad act. . "I CAN always. .see

i and gum rosin than any other two floating: some ties down East River. He Insists that the children are both WITH HIS lltUa trumpet. TWENTY.TWENTY. Pofc.

I states in America, according to figures The young man is the son of the aged more happy now. . . .
couple who were murdered by the At the Roop farm the mother and
I. hu compiled by the bureau of chemistry AND MADE me run. MY CIGARETTES.
department of agriculture. Blackwell brothers and Will Boyd, the wife does not know yet that the husband . '
man who last week was sentenced to has killed\ her two children RIGHT IN one spot SC
He told of the his wife had COST TWENTY cents,
life-time in the fight
s One of Tarpon Springs' doctors reports state penitentiary. -" . .
that a fashionable young woman Young Davis) lost his balance and fell made to keep alive a tiny son, born .',-- FOR FIVE ;haute.. FOR TWENTY amok*.
called at his office the other day and into the water and was horribly mangled six days ago. . e . .
when an alligator\ seized one of The last time she saw the children THEN LISTENED
asked to be vaccinated in the ear, explaining come more. YOU BET Ufa.
that she wanted to have the his feet and held on. The foot however was when Roop took them away from .,, . your. .

scar where it wouldn't show. was protected by a stiff shoe, her bedside Monday afternoon, "so AND FIRST la One eye. THEY SATISFY, too" iq
but at that it was badly lacerated by they would not bother her." ?

Plant City is expecting a big strawberry the alligator's teeth before the young 'I From the bed room Roop, accordingto AND THEN la the other. e

" crop next season. While the cost man was free. When he found that his confession, led his two little "
he was In the of he called girls through a field to a slimy bayouof IT doesn't take a 20.20" eye to
:: of transportation will\ be higher, the grasp a gator HE PLANTED his thumb, "see" the real vain in Cheatar- ,
". growers will endeavor to get early to his friends and the latter, who the Red Cedar river. field's exclusive blend of fine Turk- Y
. berries on the market in the hope that were engaged in tie-cutting work "with a drug I got in Okemos. ThenI AND MADE me read. lab and Domestic tobaccos. Your! '
Y prices will make their efforts worth grabbed Davis by the shoulders and got busy diggging a hole in the oldabando'ned S taste tells you that their quality-
j while. attempted to shake loose the alligator, river bed. By that time is genuine-that the blend *. different i
1 nil to no avail. The boat was hurriedly the fresh country air had partially THE RUSSIAN prayer. -that Chesterfielda
J. F. Prevatt, who; Is wanted by the rowed to the shore, the alligator restored consciousness to them and S e ." v

!j} r y yi Palm Beach county authorities as the still clinging to the foot and even after the older daughter walked to the hole i

II i alleged murderer of Frank Ilealey at the near-victim of the gator was while I carried the younger. I put
, a country dance near West Palm' taken ashore he still held on and kept them both in the hole and held their

I' Beach about a week" ago, was captured I tight hold until actually beaten to heads under water so they would not
"ib at St. Augustine while riding the I death It was then ascertained that suffer. Then the mud and slime be-

, rods of a northbound freight. i he was more than eight feet in length. gan to close in and soon they were

''i _______ I both buried." e Qoa. at
+ The reorganization of the Standard : HEALTH IN FLORIDA Fear that he would be unable to
Growers" Exchange of Orlando Is a provide for his family is the only

; matter of interest to fruit growers Florida's propensities as a health reason he has given for his act.

:: 11 and fruit shippers over the entire resort cannot be doubted if figures of "I depended" on my potatoes and .
J. country. The capital stock has been the United Staten government;' -the oats chiefly this year," he said "but

+ increased from $400,000 to $2,225,000, most authentic source in the country both failed. From three acres of oats,
,; one half million of which is preferred can be relied upon. Compilation of the best 1 could get was 45 bushels
j stock, all of it subscribed and paid for. statistics from thirty one states shows and the potatoes were no good. :

Florida up to advantage with the Crowds flocked to "murder farm" I II

The development" department of the eighth lowest death rate. This is according today but sympathy for the suffering ---- --- - ---_.- ---- --- -, --
Seaboard Air Line has begun the pub. to the 1918 report just received mother restrained their curiosity to BROOKLYN shortly.
I 'j! lication of a monthly farm marketing from WaKhington. Taking in consideration I some extent. I J. J.very Lawrence and wife who have to explode when a heavy charge is us
1' bulletin in which list of Florida's negro population] ed.Don't s
t they give: a Some people may think that Brooklyn been spending the two
past months in
and the borrow a dog or gun or loan
large number of
; invalid visitors POPULATION I
livestock and agricultural products for OF FLORIDA
: is
t not on the map, but let us just Pittsburgh, Pa., are expected home on either.
II l dale or wanted along the line of the the states record is considered take a bird's eye view of what has the 29th.
road. This service is free to patrons of phenomenally good.In Figures for Counties for Years of happened there during the Don't rest on the muzzle of your
past year, Brooklyn _opened three weeks
l' the road and will be posted widely 1918 Florida's death rate was 1910 and 1920 gun.Don't
and Brooklyn will stand with
perhaps near ago an enrollment of
twenty-five violate the
15.7 thousand game laws. It is +
throughout the five states served by per population againstthe I the ,
j I. head of the class. scholars. The Board
was very for- not only criminal but sometimes
'j I the Seaboard. lowest of 10.6 which is recordedfor 1910 1920 lI very
I One had tunate in securing the scervices of
year ago, Brooklyn no costly.
Washington state. Alachua ,
Maryland .______. 34,305 30,115
TheFlorida State Fair and Exposition heads the list with the very high rate ...Bay __________ 11,407 Sunday school or church. At present, Mrs. Eva Abernathy, an experiencedand Don't "hog" all the game. Leave
] at Jacksonville has In mind the of 24.8 per thousand. Bradford ....___- 14,090) 12,503 we have a splendid Sunday school with competent teacher. Watch some for the next fellow.

I, making of the fair grounds into a civic Tennessee comes next above Florida Baker ___________ 4,805 6,622 forty-two scholars enrolled and an Brooklyn go to the head of the class Don't rest the muzzle of your gun
: center with a permanent plant which with a rate of 1C.O and making better Broward _________ 4,762 6,135 average attendance of about thirty. fourth Rev. Crews, who is preaching every on the ground. A gun; muzzle clogged

; ,i will be used all the year instead of showing: in the order they come are Brevard _________ 4,717 8,505 Are very fortunate in having: Con-, church Sunday for the Christain with dirt or mud is a dangerous prop
Missouri, Kansas, Utah Wisconsin Columbia gressman W. E. Baker as our superintendent at Threressa, was present at osition.-By Peter B. Carney Editor
but _
a few weeks each season. An au. ______ 17,689 14,290 ,
to speedway, athletic field baseball, Minnesota and Washington.These Calhoun __________ 7,465 8,775 and we certainly owe a the Brooklyn Sunday school last Sun National Sports Syndicate. bi.

football, tennis, golf and trotting authentic figures: show Florida Clay ____________ 6,116 6,621 great deal to his ability for our pro- day and after the regular program -----
track include some of the attraetlonllUlI'gPllt..d. as the healthiest. of southern states Citrus __________ 6,731 5,220 perity both in the Sunday school and gave a very fine address" on "What The diminutive office boy had woik-
and not far from the healthiest of all\ Duval ____________ 75,163 113,540 the district as he also runs our com- shall I do to be Saved. Altho Rev. ed hard on a "salary" of $3 week )

------- the states listed. Although this is a Dade ___u_______ 11,933 42,731 munity store to which he is planningto Cruse's coming was not very widely He was a subdued little chap per faithful i+

i' \ ".' Sidney Stevens, a resident of Largo 1918 report it Is a fair indication ofFlorida's DeSoto ._u_______ 14,200 25,434 build. and addition in the near future audience advertised, Miss we Gongwer's showed him home a good I: and quiet. Finally]) however, he, plucked -

t : was killed while loading heavy ( general health condition Escambia ...____. 38,029) 49,386 I the services where up courage enough to ask for an '
l' logs: on a truck. lie had piled a lot of I 'which according:' to health authorities, .Flagler u_____ 2,442 Just about a year ago, the Lawrence are held being crowded. increase. A writer in the Kansas Star y"
logs on the truck ho was driving for is steadily improving and at presentis Franklin _________ 5,201 5,318 Developing Company located here and Brooklyn will have to have a church tells the tale.
) )j'' the Tarpon Springs Lumber & Supply exceptionally\ good. Gadsden _________ 22,189 22.961 since that time has cleared and plowed -I building In the near future. The Sun. "How 1
J J Co ,and that in placing: the last logon -----. Hillsboro _________ 78,374 88,257 in the neighborhood: of five hundredacres day school is planning to put on a "much yould you like? ,
, If, top of the pile he was overbalanced" A WORD OF WARNING:'; :'; Holmes __uu____ 11,687 12.850 of land and have net- out- about'' special program on the night of 24th. "Well answered the lad, "I don'tthink t
Everybody we1come.I $2.00 a week would be
: falling: to the ground and the logs: fall I Hamilton' ____u_ 11,825 9,873 three hundred acres in pecan trees much." more too
: 'I :ing: on top of him.His skull was crush Winter is coming on, and with the Hernando ____u_ 4,997 4,548 which are doing very nicely and of I - - -9 -- ,
od and he died" instantly. thousands of desirable visitors and Jefferson ---'_____ 17,210 14,502 which we are very proud. They fur- HUNTERS, SEE WHAT YOU J j "You are rather"a small lad to be

.j I tourists, ('ominlthis way there will Jackson __________ 29,821 31.224 ther have grown: between the pecan AIM AT BEFORE SHOOTING ,earning $5 a week.

\, .::3 A large party of convicts were carried be a number of undesirables', and it Liberty ....______ 4,700 6,006Lafaycpte trees a crop of watermelons, also an I "I suppose I am," he replied. 'I
to Tangerine last week ready for will be 'well for our people to be on ____u r.rno. 6,248 'elegant crop of velvet beans and peas. :No :Nerd for USt'll'ssaste of Human know I'm small for my age, but to tell h

t work on the new road between" Mount guard against all sorts of schemes to Leo ______________ 6,294 9.540 The C. & T. Ranch Company have I Life When Seeking Game the truth, since I've been working
+ 1' Dora and Plymouth, the bad stretchon make an easy dollar. Following: are Levy _uu_____ 10,361 9,921 also made some improvements this (here, I've been, so busy I haven't had
\ the rood to Orlando. They are at some of the sharp practices that have Lake uuu 9.C09 12,744 fall. They have painted house, barn, Every year the hunting season time to grow,"

work this week and the superintendent been worked at other points: Leon .....___... 19,427 18,059 wind-mill, tank house, etc., on home I brings with it its spoils in the form He got his raise t

I ,f ; of grading and clearing: says that Swindlers Use Army Uniforms I Marion ...-_____ 29,941 23,968 place near" Brooklyn. However, all of human sacrifices. For the benefit of ; -
he expects to be through that part of It is not surprising that crooks are Monroe uu_____ 21,563 19,840 their holdings: are in Bradford County.I gunners who are going after garnet, Habitual constipation Cured ;
I the job and on the next at the end of now posing: as war veterans and using:' Manatee _________ 9.C50 18,712 This same company has set out about I this fall the following list of don'ts is''I In 14 to 21 Day ,

!( elx weeks. the army uniform to gain the confidence Madison ........ 16,919 16,616 fifteen acres of pecans, six acres of I given: j "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSJN" Is a specially-"

of the sympathetic public. The Nassau __________ 10,525 11,340 plums, five acres of peaches during: I Don't take any chances. The func- prepared ve for Habitual
'i More than a million; tone of phosphate War Department has sent warnings: Orange __________ 19,017 19,890 the last year, and already have an or- tion of a shotgun; is to scatter shot, ( Constipation. It relieves promptly but
1 fJ have been shipped from Tampa broadcast against persons attired in .Okaloosa ______ 9,360 chard of thirty-five acres of bearing but be careful where you scatter it. should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
4 in the first three quarters of 1920. The the army uniform 'who beg and sell" .'Okeechobee _? 2,182 peaches; and we want to say right Don't blaze away in haste and don't I to induce regular action. It Stimulates'! .and bOc y

1.,. Vft total for the past nine months is 1- articles. It is stated that not one in Osceola u________ 6,507 7,195 here-When people tell you It does not get excited. Many a shooter has filled per Regulates.bottle. Very Pleasant to TakJ t' ,'

, 034.081 tone The highest: amount ever a hundred has seen" military service. Pasco _________u_ 7,502 8,802 ''pay to grow peaches in Florida thatI his favorite dog with lead just be-

h t j hipped from that port in one year They" pone as wounded veterans and Polk ____u_______ 24,148 38,6611 the I I manager of this company will tell cause he was over anxious. {I
" 'I' was 1,235,289 tons in 1911. The display medals and colored ribbons. I frankly that is I I A young: man with en umbrella" >v
tonnage Pinellus ...____. 18,841 28,265 you a mistake that it Don't point a gun at any person in acquate4
already shipped this year Is just The Southern States have been a Palm Beach ____u 6.577 18,654 will be just six years this winter since jest. It is always the gun "we didn't eitook an unprotected lady .
!I 201,208 tons short of that figure: and fertile field for one "veteran," who Putnam __________ 13,096 14,597 ','their oldest orchard was planted, and know was loaded"' that goes off and tance in a rain storm recently and '*
i indicates that the 1920 total will probably claimed to be "Sergt. Skilton," hero" Suwannee ...._.., 18,603 19,789 :,:that I if every tree in had died this sea. does the damage. The only time to tending his umbrella over her requuted rain- ,
I i exceed the old record" con ider.l of Argonne and Meuse battles and son they would still have cleared the pleasure of acting as her
Santa Itosa ..... 14,897 13,670 j $100 point a gun is when you intend to kill. i "' '
l ably, others, wherein he killed sixty-seven St. Johns ..___.. 13,208 18,061 I]!Jan. acre, but this is not the case, while Don't take every rustle of a bush i' beau. "Oh, said the young lady", "OU )
wish be rain-dear!
-- Germans single-handed. Ilia schemewas Seminole ....... 9,459 10,986 they have lost several trees, 85 per or a bough to be a sure indication of me to your
Lucilo\ Shaw 11-year-old daughterof soliciting orders for a history of St. Lucie __?____ 4,075 7,886 'cent" of the trees are in good condition game. Remember sometimes an Inquisitive -

Mrs. J. A. Philips of Gainesville, the war, to be delivered direct from Sumter ___....... 6,696 7,861 i| today with every prospect for bearing person has a penchant for w

wan seriously injured when accidental' Washington. His collection amounted Taylor -___--_____ 7,103 11,2191, many future crops. being in strange places. i I
ly shot by her baby brother with a 22 to thousands' of dollars. Of course Volusla __________ 16,510 23,225 ,'; The C. & T. Ranch company has also Don't carry a loaded gun throughthe You Do More Work '

- calibro revolver belonging to a neigh: the books were never delivered. Walton __?_._._ 16,460 12,119 dabbled some with Napier Grass, street or in cars, trains, automobiles You are more ambitious and you get wore y
t bor. The bullet entered the right: side Another swindler, who passed' himself Washington __h_ 16,403 11,828 as they bought: about three thousand or any other kind of vehicle, or enjoyment out of everything when your .

'j of the little girl and lodged. The childis off as the. famous hero "Sergt. Wakulla ....____. 4,802 5,129 plants from :\11'. Loring Brown of Orlando leave it around farmhouses to have the blood blood Is in have good condition. Impurities effect I1n in> r
a depressing
in a precarious condition at the York, gave: "fr." lectures In schools very
Florida. From these plants, some child playfully blow a head off. the system causing weakness laziness, v
home of her" uncle, A. W. Hall. The and churches, after which he took up : Totals _______..704.371 966,296 this company advertises in the Bradford Don't get excited and shoot without nervousness and sickness
i two children were at the neighbor's: a collection "for the wounded boys in ''I .Decrt-ase. County Telegraph five thousand making sure your object is game. OJ ove's TASTELESS Chill TOMC

homo playing when the little boy picked the hospitals Washington," who, "-Not organized" in 1910; compared plants for sale. Besides these which Don't shoot until you see the rabbit restores Energy and Vitality by purifym>

11 .... up the weapon and fired it. he claimed were being neglected by : with 1915. the C. & T, Ranch Company Is offering -I or whatever it may be, and then be and Enriching the Blood. When you feel r
the Government. The money collected ".-Not organised in 1915. for sale!, they have set out fourteen sure! that he Is clear of both man and its strengthening invigorating effect ere )
Francis Whiting, a Ki-yenr-olcl" boy he said, was to buy sugar and but. acres which are growing: dog. I i., bow It brings color to the cheek and how e
of Pensacola, instituted suit In the ter for the boys of which nlce1Y'1 It improves the appetite you will then
got A
quack doctor was holding:' forth and their manager: would be Don't drag a gun under a fence with appreciate its true tonic value.OROVE'S .
court of record again Sheriff Whita- none from the hospitals. After operating about his to show this crop to any who might: the muzzle pointed toward you. TONIC '
ker and his surety on bill official bond that several months in the Middle "Yes audience. gentlemen, he said, "I be interested" in it. It is a new Don't climb over fences with your is not a patent TASTELESS medicine Chill it is simply+
to recover damages. The boy alleges West he quietly disappeared.Some have sold these and all who have looked grall8'l lean It It
pills for over twenty- over gun: or against a tree until you IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup(>
that the sheriff called him into thecounty ply their trade in the subways I five years and have never heard a this company has, have .. get over. Put it through the fence and So pleasant even children like it. Th I '
jail a few weeks ago and assaulted of New York selling: books :(!Word of complaint. Now, what does themselves as believing that this grassis on the ground, business end before.! blond needs Quinine to Purifylt and IRUNto ,,r i
and kicked the boy and "containing jokes of the A. E. F. in Enrich it. These reliable tonic properties '
ap that prove? Then a man in the au- the best forage crop Florida has 1 Don't hunt with anyone that f '
plied to him several unprintable epithets France." After the bonks have been ';diem-e called out, "That dead men tell 'ever seen. This company has harvested know to be careless. Carelessnesswith you never fail to drive out Impurities :
because the sheriff had been informed distributed through the cars, the Ino I the blood. ,'I
tales"for or rather" has saved considerable three and a quarter drams of 'S 'I i
that the boy had made remarks Swindlers demand twenty-five cents The Strength-Creating Power of GROV
hay from the plants they have replanted I powder" behind one and one-eight ounces TASTELESS madt
Chill TONIC has
concerning the sheriff and his of everyone), and if the passengers" I a dance at $1 each. On account of and find that stock prefer it of shot is Inviting "sure death. the favorite tonic in thousands of nun
deputies which gave offense to Mr hand back the booklet" instead of giving i their beauty they had no difficulty in to anything else All stock either Don't load your gun until you are More than thirty-five years! ad<>. ft' "'
Whitaker. : twenty-five cents they are insulted picking: up several hundred dollars in mules or cattle will leave the finest actually ready for business At all would ride a long distance to get OKOV' i
with "what are you-allun?" and a few days. Of course there was no ppa-vine hay, or any other hay thatIs other times it should be empty. Keep TASTELESS ChlU TONIC when!
Tom Howell, an employe of the Fem other like remarks. I dance given except posibly by the grown to eat the Napier hay. your finger off the trigger until you member of their family had Malaria
broke Mining Co. was Instantly killed Two young:' ladies dressed as yeo- persons who found themselves skinnedout Louis Will is building a six-room are looking along the barrel at your needed a body-building aLengtbgiv''itoDic. >
at Nichols when he was run over by mancttes not long:' ago canvassed Chicago of their money.-Plant City Cour. bungalow on the shore of Lake Paradise game. ,",The formula is just the same cnigstore. ,
day. and it from any
you can get %
the company's switch engine. It apt office buildings, selling tickets 11'. and will be ready to move into Don't use a cheap gun, as it is apt 60c per bottle. *



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:' business visitor here Wednes things doesn't He?" Colds Cause tlr p ... SEAMEN SUPPLY LIQUOR TRADE $10 a quart. I( hampered and their cause harmed by ,' was a
Officials declared they were handicapped -j the lack of funds. Reports from Maine day.Uncle "Yea," replied the father LAXATIVE CROMO OUZNI? E T.>!.lotc
I Bob Surrency was business "And Satan makes us do the naughty; There l only Uion-o, .." I
Paid Low Wages and Make by lack of men in both the I say that the National Committee,1 a cauM. >. .. .ODe Qulnlr
visitor Thursday. things t""Y's. t;. W GROVE'S c'' m nn"hon. Sue.
to Hampton
Big Money Bringing Booze customs service and enforcement corp spent practically nothing for the cam- i
with the large number of foreign vessels 1 paign in that state It could not spend Mrs Frank Beyill returned to her I '
home in Micanopy Thursday.Jake ""' who makes Us do the funny I
of entering American ports. Quar < what it did not have. The Republi-f,, 1.111
and sale ships > :
Seizure American prohibition foreign laws antine .officers it was said, had been ('ans. on the other hand, were able to Roberts and Tom Mills visited things? I II ASPIRINName
violating bureau unable to make the searches of ships make an extraordinary active cam the county scat Wednesday I
is under consideration by of necessary to catch all smuggled liquor paign there; they saw the importance : Andrew Sparks and brother Oliver "Football" growled the angry father -
internal revenue a* a means "
of smuggling. Officials because of the time limitationand of !getting out a great vote and pilingup of Mounteocha were business visitors "Ugh! '
curbing the liquor officials Thursday. "But Kurely" said his friend "yourson on Genuine a
have admitted to treasury a heavy majority in this September "Bayer"
of the bureau solution were to represented the problem ai other see that they are powerless to check the I state; they appear to have brought j I Frank Itevill has accepted a position won high honors in football at his
big no invoking libel provisions growing traffic. .out the full vote of their party and ,, at Louise. college"
than through Volstead act against ships Assistant Secretary Shouse head .of they achieved a majority that exceeded -,,, Mr. and Mrs Charley Smith were "Ile did," said the father "first he 1'Q
of the $
both the customs service and the bureau | their expectations. As was to be| busines visitors to Starke Thursday was a quarterback" '
bringing in liquor. Gid Sparkman and wife, .of Louise, "Yes. r
of internal revenue said two expected, they point to Maine at an Py ,
Evidence gathered by federal enforcement months ago it would take an army of indication of how the country is going were here .on business Thursday.Jake "Then a half-back-' if r" ... t ,
agents was said! to have disclosed agents; to patrol the shore lines and in November. That great advantage I Roberts was a business visitorto "Yes." .r. t
that masters of foreign ships defeat smugglers, whose methods are accrues to them because the Demo- Broker Friday. ""Then a full-buck" "J :'ft
frequently conspired with their sea declared to require the highest gradeof crats were unable to awaken Arthur Barry of Jacksonville, spent "Yes. .,I' ,
men to violate the prohibition laws. detective work even at that time. terest of the men and women .of their Thursday night here with his parents "And now-" .I>"i (1"'N-
The supply .of alcoholic beverages has The present disclosures were believed party and their total vote stands Mrs. Tons .of Mounteocha was In "What is he tiowV t \ .'?:'
been greatly increased along the ease to show such increasing boldness as tically where it did four years ago. I town Friday.Mrs. i "Now" roared the father-''now "Bayer Tablets of Aaplt' n" is Q'en'J
tern seaboard by this means, it is said. to require more drastic legal action I The warning of the result in that;; Autumn Youngblood, .of Wal he's a' hunch-back." uine Aspirin proved safe by millions '. I
The bureau is understood also to state should stimulate contributions do, was a business visitor here .'rlday.1
have discovered definite connection be. THE DEMOCRATS NEED MONEYThe to the Democratic fund. The Democrats Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen .of and prescribed by physicians for over i!
tween foreign seamen engaged in the 1 have an issue on which they Brooker were visitors here first .of I GI'aclI'-Oh. :Oil'. Jones., how lovelyof twenty years Accept only an unbroken Aar.
"whiskey ring" thru to bring; me- these beautiful- ''
smuggling and a Republicans are well suppliedwith would carry the country, if the truth the week. you "Bayer" package which contains ?l'
and how'
is t'sl! How sweet they are
smuggled commodity puton
which the : funds for the costly campaign I about it could be known to every voter -I Mrs. Roy Roberts, of Guilford was fresh. 1 I believe there is a little proper directions to relieve the
market. The Volstead act -
the provides here,
the week-end guest of friends
has been obscured 'by
The truth
they are carrying on all over the I Headache Toothache l< Earache "
specifically for confiscation of dew on them yet Neuyf
is the sick
Mrs. Alvin
The Democratic National enormous and dense clouds of misrep( McKinney on
vehicles of transportation employed in country ) Jonf'II-\V.wcll. yes, there is; but ralgia; Rhouniatinm, Colds and Pain. '\; 'j
Committee is sorely in need .of money resentation. It is going to take mon- list. tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few
.of that law. Bureau officialswere 111 pay it tomorrow.There I
violation Mesdames Robinson and Kirby NJI
to feel that although foreign for its much more modest program .of 'ey to sweep them away to put a true I Mann oentl. Druggists also sell larger: $.
understanding .of the League .of Nations Smith, of Sampson were visitors "
campaign activities Governor Cox's
I is automobile stealing In' "Bayer packages. Aspirin is trade
result they no
complications may ,
exposure .of their plans for raising avery | issue and .of the other issues of here Friday. ha, marked Manufacture Monacet-
direction in Detroit.! everybody there Bayer
take in that Probably
should steps 'l'j'
Charley Mills and family of Starke, .
order to control the traffic. No esti- large: fund, is said by Republicans -i the campaign into the heads of the one. icacidcbtcr .of Sallc-Il'acld-Adv.. f
to have stimulated contributions. voters. The Democratic committee spent Sunday with his brother. : ,
mate has been reaching made of American the amount bootleggers of- It has not had that effect upon the 1 I ought! at once to put into the Acid Mr. and \Mrs. R. S. Wasdin were visitors -- t'
liquor thus Democrats. The committee is barely scores of speakers of national reputation to Louise Sunday. !c ryn s7 w t t Q
but officials are agreed within it has the able to meet its weekly bills; the inflow , men capable .of exposing the deliberate J. A. Graves and family left Thurs. = k
reached large; proportions of contributions is meagre.; There I distortions .of the issue by Republican day for Windmerc.
last six weeks.Technically. Mrs. W. R. Edmondton, of Sampson .. _m k
is no reason why the appeal for speakers and writers men
foreign ships are within themselves understanding' the was here Monday.
ley should not be openly made. clearly
the jurisdiction of American laws nothing to be ashamed .of. moOn-I I League Covenant and able to make the Minnie Dowling: and !toy Roberts + II i
when inside the three mile limit. This JI believes that either the voters understand it, not the false spent Sunday with her brother Ear- : I 1 '7,4
makes them liable to confiscation at or the Democrats are going to make misshapen image presented to them ne)'. .of Hampton |I r
any time contraband goods are found corrupt use of campaign funds this by the Republicans but -the reality. Harry Eddy of Louise pent Sunday ..rf
on them. The belief was indicated. Democrats who cherish the traditions here.
year; that is, that money is to be expended I
however that seizure of a few ships of their who believe in it who the ]
for the buying of votes. The party, David Kelly and family spent _OME'a
would end the activities of the sea- trouble with tnt? Republicans is that know how flagrantly! its leaders and week-end with relatives at Sampson, j ? t ;yIt'll
going bootleggers. the magnitude of their intended financial its policies have been misrepresented, Mrs George! llazen, .of Brooker is _
Certain foreign snipmasters are alleged .operations affronted the public who know how great are its aims how at the IxHlHidu of her dault'htel'Irs.; _
to have employed a unique manner conscience. While it is perfectly well necessary their accomplishment is to Alvin McKlnney. I| _
.of defeating prohibition. The reports understood that a campaign which is the peace .of the world and the happi- A girl was born to )Mr, and Mrs.' soon toe in Museums 'k
revealed, it was stated that pay exported" to bring .out something like n/'ss .of mankind ought to be willingto Jesse Woods Ort 9th. |
of seamen had been reduced to nominal thirty million votes is necessarily an ,I give liberally of their means to Lewis Shrixcr Fred find Onie flaxen '
amounts and in some cases *> the expensive undertaking that party promote the triumph of Democracy at ;Minnie Brown E<:, T. Stewart and Calomel loses you a day You know what t calomel is. It's
amazingly small figure of $1 a week.In made for the polls-The New York Times. I Calomel is
plans raising more money i I __ __ son. Paul, .of Brooker paid l Graham mercury; quicksilver. dangerous It crashes Into ,
lieu of more pay the seamen; were than the people .of the country like to + I I
n visit Sunday afternoon. sour bile like dynamite cramping and sickening Calomel 1M
permitted to lay in stocks of liquorin hear about in connection with the election GRAHAM you.
| J. R. Bcvill and J. D. Kirk wero
foreign ports and deliver it in of a president. I business visitors to Waldo Saturday. attacks the bones and should never be put into your system. ?

American ports. There is not the slightest danger I Graham Oct. 22.-Mrs. Jake Roberts 'I| R. W. Surrency and Maude Surren'
While questioning .of masters always that the Democrats will spend, or get: and son, Hugh; Itrinson, arrived I cy visited in Brooker Sunday Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead !
has brought denials, .officials are too much money. The Republicans are i! Monday after several weeks spent in )I Dr, ;Middlcton of Stnike was a professional ''
declared to be confident .of the exis- in a position to draw the wealth Kingsland Ga. caller here Tuesday. When q
upon i I you feel billou., sluggish, calomel. It it guaranteed to start )
tence .of such a conspiracy since the of the country for almost any sum; j' Messrs. Roy Roberts, Bob Surrency D. J. Byrd attended the Baptist association liver without
constipated and all knocked out and your stirring
pay reduction has been made without the Democrats are not a rich party. Jim Graves and Mrs. Alvin McKinney at Corinth first of the week. insltlo and you up
protest from the seamen.A But they need money and a great deal were visitors to Starke Monday. ;Mrs. Chase of Jacksonville, Is. visiting believe you nerd a do. of dangerous ran not nalivate.Don't V4
case .of record in the bureau was .of money, for the expense of speakers, t Tommy Oldham, .of Hawthorne wm her (cousin J. D. Kirk calomel Just remember that your sick take ealomelf's I| make you
the nest
said to show that foreign seamen .on bureaus and agencies for transportation here Tuesday. Remember Christian Endeavor every druggist sells for a few cents a large you a day's
one ship had smuggled through approximately for printing postage, for all the Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Surrency returned I Sunday night at 7:30.: bottlo of Podnnn'i Liver Tone, which work. Duilnon's Liver Tone (traigbtone .
800 quarts .of .old Scotch costs .of fairly putting the issues .of to their home in Tampa Thurs ____. 4 you right up and ;you feel great 9,
whisky purchased abroad for about $1a the campaign: before the voters. The / "Father" asked the mite .of eight is entirely vrgetutitt and pleasant to Give it to the children because It U J
quart end sold here at more than Maine election shows how they are day.Charley McKinney, .of New River I summers, "God makes us do $good take and Is a perfect substitute for perfectly harmless and donro't gripe

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Hay for horse, per year, .3 tons Cost of fuel for tractor, average

$30.00 $90.00 season $100.00

Grain, 10 qta, per day, or 112 Fords Cost of repairs and one over. r'

1-2 bu. per year at 1.00 112.50 oi haul per year 50.00

Shoeing, twice per year 6.00 Depreciation on tractor, aver-

Wear and tear on harness 3.00 age per year _100.00

Depreciation on horse, per year 12.50 TRADe MARK
Total, one year $250.00 i

Total for one horse $224.00 $896 cost of operating four horses t

Four horses' four times one year, less $250 cost of operating y

224.00 89600 COMPARATIVE I COST Fordson Tractor one year, l leaves $646 I '

t. This comparison. was made after consultation with several farmers who operated trac saving per year with Fordson Tractor ;

tors and several who used horses. It is absolutely fair to both sides. Read it and tell us how you can afford to continue with horses for power. f J In other words

it cost $896.00 to keep four horses one year. Look these figures over closely and tell us where they are wrong if you can. Every farmer we have asked says we

have it low if anything; now look at the cost.of a Fordson Tractor, which will easily do the work of four horses. fJI J This comparison is more than fair. For instancewe

allow $150 per year for fuel and repairs, whereas many users get out for less than $100 a year, both fuel and repairs.

One farmer said: "Well, we can pasture horses in summer and save part of that feed bill." "All right we say to that farmer; "use that same pasture for cattle I"#

, and make some money form them., Another : "The four horses will certain "
may say provide a amount of manure of value to us. Here's the answer to that: "The

t same feed, for your four horses, if fed to cattle, sheep and other stock, will produce more and better manure for your land.




5% Messrs. A. W. & G. A. Anderson,
Starke, Fla. (trouble and has done the work ref I uired. .f a
f'' II. L. STKVENS, Starke.
' About one year ago after investigating t

the merits of the Fordson Tractor, I bought ----- = -- !
V one for my farm work and am well pleased -- I = w MPNNt"N. A. \V. & G. A. Anderson .iJ

with It end the does.! Starke, Fla.r

I d'd work for others cutting and plowing a y> a I have owned a Fordson Tractor( since" ;,'i:
V tend and they are ail pleased with the __ 1)(.('. 1919! !), and am pleased' to nay that it has", (
amount and nice work It does. u always been entirely satisfactory.

I bought a power mill to grind my sugarcane I In addition to plowing I use it in connection !(
i and when ready drove my Fordson into -- with a ( for hauling heavy loads of
s position put on the extra pulley that came watermelons randy other farm produce. .

with the Fordson, threw on the belt and went The operating expense Is very low and I
to work and in twenty minutes had a sixty -- --" f we would find it very hard to get along with. } '

gallon kettle of juice ground. out it now. Very truly,
Not only does my Fordson! do more and I. N. CAULK, lirooklyn. ,
better work 1 than a team, but when not work ,: I

ing is not costing anything in the way of feed Messrs. A. W. & G. A. Anderson, q :
The expense for upkeep for the year was a t, Starke, .....a. it

k couple of spark plugs. My advice to all who I have owned a Ford.son Tractor now for

have work enough for a Tractor is, BUY A about three
months and find it will do all and
FORDSON. Very truly. more than you claim for it. I not only do most
: J. M. TRUHY, Starke. ,,, of my farm work but intend to do all my heavy

1 hauling from Law ley. which is about two -
, Messrs. A. W.' & G. A. Anderson, miles from my place.
Starke. Fla. :My fuel and repair bills are very reasonI -
bought a Fordson Tractor In March FORD GARAGE STAR K E FLAA. able. It will save me a lot in feed and I do ,
1919, and it has been satisfactory in every not know how I could get along without it.

way. It has been entirely free from engine W. & G. A. ANDERSON II. N. ABRAHAM, Lawtey.FRIDAV. .

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