Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 29, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Fourth Annual moll Call Now UnderWay A beautiful event of last eveningwas I I I Two Case Settled-After uw"' had The community was saddened SatAurday I A quiet but very pl'cttyvcdJinr,: ,. 4:
took the suburban nomrof
place ut
Failed to Aarre When .'ound1'1' Sleeping IVawful
the marriage of Miss Sara Dorothy morning by the death of Henry I r
Hodges daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 F.. Parmenter, one of the best knon I ly After Hard Day's FUhing Air and Mrs. L. V. Mono Sunday afternoon :1
October 24th when their
Mr. Jno. T. Toler, American Red Henry A. Hodges, and Mr. William. Saturday afternoon a complicated and most beloved citlreni of Water- I Barbara, ,i
Cross representative from Atlanta, Thomas Sweat, which was solemnizedat I trial was held in Judge Gardiner j, oak. He was born in Nassau county, Something of a sensation was created daughter, Miss Ellen was .-J
Ga, is in Starke this week and spoke 5:30: o'clock in the Main Street .court, which, after the juriei had failed Florida, July 28, 1851, and moved to in town Monday morning, when given in marriage to Mr. Ralph B. Al t;

before the Bradford County High Baptist church. Rev. Dr. W.. L. C.,, to agree, were virtually nolle pross-. this county jn early \life lie was married the report, rained currence that Mr. varez.The. ;"
School interestingly on Junior Red Mahon, pastor of the churchl't'rrorm-' !j i I ed by the attorneys: on both sides.! The I to"Miss Sarah Glisson in 1876 G. M. Inman, local representative of home was tastefully decorated d

Cross. She organized a :Junior Red ed the nuptial ceremony, which was ,, circumstances; which led to the trial, and she departed this life In December the f;. A. Strout Farm Agency, was I I IP pink and green:: potted plants and
Cross in the school, appointing Miss witnessed by relatives and most Intimate -I or trials, are substantially! a" follows of last year. lost in the lake region about twenty I cut flowers being seen in profusion. !
Olive Ray chairman. friends of the contracting par- An g-year old son of W. M. MannI ] To this union were born eleven chil- miles southeast of Starke. Searching At 4:30:: the groom and brlilii entered ""t'

Through the assistance of the Red ties. The church was simply! but ar-'I attends the Raiford school, of which dren, five of which still survive him,1 parties were hastily formed and about 1 the parlor, and the lovely; brute* never.looKtil }.

Cross virtually every man in the service tistically decorated for the event with'''IN. A. Brantley is the principal. Mr. namely I H. II and Uley Parmenter, noon four automobile I naitlos left t o., handsomer than bra the occasion "f I..

of the United States who was palms, ferns and other tropical plants ,I Mann had heard from other children: and Mrs Drew :Bryant ofStarke" "; scour tho woe.ds. The anxiety was In- vlien tlio was to link her destiny/ I
blinded or partially blinded in service forming a background of greenery for '|, that the boy had been cruelly: whipped Berry and Johnnie Parmenter of Jacksonville I J tcnslfied{ when these parties returned with the man she truly loved. She ., .:
has received or is receiving: treatmentand the bridal party grouped before the by Mr. Brantley, and decided that bonldes his children of near|'late in the afternoon without having was dressed in mouse gray satin with 1 r (
such instruction at the Red Cross chancel. I j, the punishment was out of proportion? relatives he" leaves to mourn his departure found any trace of Mr. Inman and his ncccssitl./IPS to match, and about her. .

Institute for the Blind at Baltimore, The bride was attended by Miss Leila '! to the Infraction committed, and he f number of grandchildrenand fishing companion, J, R. Wright, an I neck she wore' a handsrime string of

as will enable him to become indepen. : Meggs, maid of honor, and was given went to the school to see the principal two great grandchildren and one elderly man who has lived east of pearls, a gift front. an aunt in New "

dent to the greatest possible degree. in marriage by her father. Little about it. brother, J im Parmf ntt'r, of Wateroak.He .I I town with J. A. Morgan for the past Yoik City. The cererrtwil was' j Ifor> ... ,
Your membership fee helps carryon I Misses Doris and Elizabeth Ann Hodges It seems that just at the'Muio Mr. had long been a devoted memberof I two or throe years. I formed by Rev. B. D. Law of the First

this work for our wounded, sick and nieces of the bride, were'flower Mann entered the school rocm his lit* the Primitive Baptist' church and The searchers reorganized! and has Baptist church, in the presence of ularge "
blinded soldiers. tie daughter, who also attend the died In faith. 10th of this I concourse of relatives and
girls. Mr. Sweat was attended by i that On the tily returned to the lake region doter- Jf'
The following prominent citizens of i his brother, Mr. Carroll Sweat, as'','school, was talking to Mr. 1 iterr,tle Sand I month while visitinghis In the home of mined to ride up every foot of the (or. friend. '::4

Starke have been appointed by South best man and acting as ushers were that the conversation was about i nephew, Emory Lewis, he was taken I ritory during the night. In the meantime After the nuptials, and profuse congratulations 'It

em Division, American Red Cross to Mr. Paul Hodgen brother of the bride, tho punishment her brother hM rs- I seriously ill with lagrtppe, whichdeveloped i Or, n. III. Clan', c, who was with those present were invited .
conduct the fourth annual roll call: and Mr. Simpkins Denham. coived and her father's opinion of it. into pneumonia. All that jlllr., Inman on the fishing tlip until to ho I dining room, to partake an
Roll Call Chairman, Col, C. L. Peek.j Mrs. Kingsbury: W. Norton, at the The girl started to run to her father medical aid and loving hands could do j J Sunday morning, had! returned to abundant supply of delirious ice 1 '
Publicity Director, Mr. J. C.' Robin. organ, rendered a program of wedding as she saw him enter and :Mr.: Brunt was done to restore him again to town from Iriiham, where he had cream and cnko. The newly wedded I
son. music while the guests were assemb- ley pushed! her toward him iO rudely health but he steadily grew worse spent the lay on business, and joined couple were then Hcoited to the station '
Director of Speakers, Col. J. E.I, ling, and just before the entrance of that (he received Home+ bruises when until his spirit was gathered to the I.lthe searchers. Ho has boon hero onlya where they boarded the train for "
Futth. the bridal party Mrs. Jack Briggs striking against,: some furniture. Mr. God, who gave it. short time und could give only mea ,Jacksonville, their futuio homo.
Roll Call Cashier, Mr. N. T. Ritch. I sang d'Hardelet's "Because," and Mann, already provoked, did not tike: lie wan gently laid to rest Sundayin gre directions for finding the place The ride received a large number (,.
Director of Men's Division, Mr. F. Cadman's "At Dawning." At the appointed this action kindly and encounteredthe Dyal cemetery, amid a large crowdof where ho had left Inman and Wrlirht of valunblo "present and she assures i;:
F. Stump and Mr. J. L. Peek. hour the bridal party entered principal and knocked him down. sorrowing relative and friends. lie on Sunday morning, but from his description the donors that she Is very thankful r..
Director of Women's Division, Mrs. to the strains of the Bridal Chorus Mr. Brantley then went to a justice I Ii : had lived here for a number of years ,, of the surroundings some of for the gifts

N. D. Wainwright. from Lohengrin. ,i of the peace to swear out a warrant and his gentle spirit and Christian the Fenrchoni familiar with the !lake The groom, a son of Mr und Mrs. A. tf(;

Director of Colored Division, Rev.J. The bride was lovely in a gown of against Mr Mann for creating a disturbance 'I character had won him a place in the region decided that they had ramped I T.. Alvarez, of Staike U a popular 1
W, Roberson. in the school. On the way he hearts of all\ of citizens and the whoso and ).
navy blue tricotine with hat and accessories our somewhere in the vicinity of Swlndtil young man, Integrity bus I
Mr. and Mrs. John Shriver, of to match, and a becoming was again encountered by Mr.Mann I news of his death carried sadness to lake A Brooker, have been appointed by Red fur necklace of brown fox. Her flowers and knocked down. So he swore out ,, many hearts. Ills whole life was that and about RpVlock\ a party of the responsible position in Jacksonville.
Cross headquarter in Atlanta, Ga., two warrants, the second o *"for assault of noble The bride
a good and is
were a shower bouquet of bride's man. searchers composed of G. A. Anderson one of our must popular
to conduct the fourth annual Red roues and valley lilies. Mills Moggs and battery Mr. M nri then .' The record he leaves Is a blessed F. f. Stump. )Dr. 0. L. Itaynos, young ladies, whose acconitilUhrnonts!
Cross Roll Call in their town, assistedby was attired in a frock of pink taffeta swore out a warrant against Mr; heritage: to his family and an exam E. M. Johns, H. A, Weeks, Dr. Clar- include the practical as wt'lIl\s the or- .
Mrs R. A. Weeks. veiled with tulle, with trimmings of Brantley for cruel treatment of his 'ple worthy of general emulation. It' Voo and Constable Jake Johns made namental. She will bo missed by a "

Lake Butler expects to conduct their rosebuds and silver. Her flowers were child. can i be safely said a good: man has their way up to a small lake about host of friends, but they all wish her
roll call during the week of the fair, I The juries In the cases'were unableto to. his lie will be missed I' her
an arm bouquet of pink chrysanthe gone reward. three miles south of I.ake Swituiul. and husband a smooth and pleas j
beginning Nov. 2. Mr. R. E. Dell has mums Little Miss Doris 1I0ll1es'wore: ,| agree, and the attorneys for Mann In his homer his church and com-, ,whore they found) Messrs. Inman and ant journey through:: life.
been appointed by Red Cross headquarters and
i Brantley effected'
a compromise, .
pink tulle, while her sister Miss Eliz- ) Wright enjoying the, deep uleop known
to be assisted by Mrs. 11. N. by which the nolle
cases were prossed. Our heart in for
out sympathy BRADFORDBradfoid
tired The
abeth Ann Hodges, was attired ina go only to campers." sleepers
Stanton and committee of .
a ladies.
frock of blue tulle. i I ---0MILLER- -- the bereaved family and we commend were aroused and hastily ,returned to

NATIONAL SING NOVEMBER 11th Following the benediction the bridal them to Him who death all things town, arriving safe and sound nbout Oct 20-Mrs. W. II. Jlar- P
party left the church to the strains "I well. 10:30: ) o'clock 1"1.1and\ Mm. Jim Crows were shopping ti''
Miller Memory of his noble life will endure Saturday afternoon Mr. Inman and in Worthington Friday after-
Men eillsohn's Wedding march as Oct. 29.-.. L. Drown andJ.
Under the auspices of the Woman'sClub recessional. The couple left during S. Howard attended the Free Will so long as the hearts of those who Dr. Clarvoo sot out for the lake region noon.

Starke will celebrate Armistice the evening for points in the North Baptist Association at Hnchurgt| know him shall pulsate intending to go to Ed: Smith's placeon Scrber Edwards and Sumner An-

Day by joining in the National Sing, and East, where they will spend their I Ga., Saturday and Sunday. They report Smith lake to spend the night, returning dreu attended the party at Richard
which will take place all over the honeymoon. On their return will make a large atteddance and a good WHITE: SUCCEEDS HIMSELF: Sunday morning When they Roavos Friday night k

United States on Thursday evening, their home with Mr. Sweat's parents, I I meeting. They went as delegates were out a short distance they came Mrs. W. M. llaric'll and daughter,
November llth. at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Sweat, at their,, from Harmony Free Will church of 'Tuesday's town election! to determine upon Mr. Wright: who was walking Geneva, were in Gainesville\ Satur
DeWitt C. Jones, chairman music home, 29 Osceola street, Riverside.The I' this place. whether J. W. White or Roscoe to There a. They took him In for a day. !
committee of the Woman's Club of I bride is a charming member of I II Mrs. B->E. Brown and little daughter McLane should. win the aldermanshlp, ride and on being: invited to join the Mrs. Willard Ruborn was shoppingin
Starke, has the patriotic program in the younger set of Jacksonville and 1 Evangeline, are confined to ,resulted\ in favor of Mr. White, who fishing party he decided to do so. The Worthington. Saturday afternoon i
charge, and is arranging a real musical I has a wide circle of friends who will their looms with malarial fever. They received 71 votes while Mr. McLano way to Smith's place was missed und Mrs Leonard Cook' of Ft. White, a.

treat. unite in wishing: her every happiness j I are somewhat improved at this writ. I received 37. At the regular election in trying: to get: buck to it the party returned homo Saturday from a visit
The National Sing is to commemorate in her married life. Mr. Sweat is a i ing. Mr Brown also has been Buffering there was a tie between them, each receiving came to the small lake south of Swin- with homofolks, ry
Armistice Day and to celebratethe graduate: of Sewanee university, and ,| for several days with neuralgia 8otes.. dul. On riving 1 there they found Seedier Edward and Itiiry,, llarrell

300th anniversary of America'sol'ijtin. during the war served overseas for a I in his eje. We hope they will have a The vote cast was small: amountingto that the l hearings of the motor were attended church at Itrookcr Sunday.
The year 1920 is doubly sig- year with the tank corps, U. S. A. speedy re* very I only 108 ballots. I burned out und they pitched camp for Sumner Androu was visiting lit the
nificant, historically. It marks the ---..--- the night. Having buginenn en. Midway> section Sunday
Since his return he has been connected Miss Jot. nie Rimes, who is teaching : a
800th anniversary of twoImportant with the Gress Manufacturing Com- at RisnlHi spent the week-end with I BAPTIST' : gagemcnt ut Graham for Munday Mrs Edwards, of High Springs: ll

the events which led to the founding of pany. He also has a host of friends, her parentsky Mr. and Mrs. T. II.Rimes. morning, lit, Clarvoti net out !l Humlay: I visiting. her sister, Mrs. Joe Barry
of United
republic the State. of .
who will extend congratulations and Preaching xervicea8t 11 u. m, ami 1 morning to wa'tc to a point on - -- -

:America.Mayflower One compact is the and signing the landingof of the best wishes. Among the out of town Mr* and Mrs. D. J. Waters!!, of Lake 7:10: p. m.Sunday. r railroad, from which he could catch al I I'" METHODIST MH, ,

the Pilgrims and the other is the guests at the wedding were Mr\ and Butler, visited at the home of Mr. and I Hchool!, 10 a. m. train or a conveyance to Starke. Af : ;
meeting of the first; American legisla Mrs. F._0, Bayer, of Gainesville; Mr. 1 M/s. T, It.,Waters Saturday and Sun. B. Y. P. U., Junior and Senior, 6:10:: for walking several miles he came to Sunday school, 0:45: a. m. Father i '
tive assembly. and Mrs. Joseph W. Finch and Mrs.I ooy. i I Mid-week service Wednesday, 7:30 Brooklyn station where late in the and! mother come, and bring your
F. E. Finch of Norfolk and Roland : choir 8:30"day. afternoon he caught a train for Starke (children
The next issue of the Telegraph will Va.; Mr. Thomas spent last week in t I[ p. m.; practice p. m.
contain a complete of the Mrs. F. T, McCormick, of Gainesville,I] Suwannee county visiting friends and t i For the next several weeks When he left the camp he was under Preaching:, 11 a. m. l hy .J. H. Rooney,
numbers to be sung on program.the evening of and others.-Jacksonville TimesUnion -}', Iatives: ? 'I the '//Sun ay school will hold a brief the Impression that Inman and Presiding Elder of Jacksonville\ Dm-
the 11th of November Oct. 26th. I!j Murray Thomas ;sited In Alachua teachers conference at the close of the Wright intended to walk In to the railroad trio

-- --OM.JJL- j I county Sunday afternoon. regular thirty minute prayer meeting. and come to town during the day Preaching: 7:30: p. m. by pastor

CARD OF THANKSWe A PERJURER CANNOT VO1K; Isham Brown, of Bland- Alachua Teachers who can rot attend the prayer but as there wa u difference of opin Epworth League\ 0:15: I'. m.
county, is visiting the family of his service will please come promptlyat ion us to which courtw to follow he 1 t I Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 k
I non, B. E. Drown. 8 o'clotk. This comes from the concluded when they and not arrivedby p. m.
wish to xpre ;s our thanks tour My attention has been directed to' i now superintendent' L. L. King Monday morning that they went In I Preaching
the registration : J. C. Ward, of Provfdehco, paasof I at Lawtoy. Friday, 7:30:
ncillhbors'and: friends, especially of certain people who ,through!; here Monday. B. D. LAW, th(' opposite direction to the one followed I p. m., Oct 20lh. a
Dr. and Mrs. Emory Lewis for their are liable to criminal ,
prosecution for
Pastor by him in 1 'J
T rr f reaching Brooklyn,
aid violation i i Rimes! returned from Jackson.yule' J. C. DIGGS
and of the law
assistance of
during the illness marriages. A .
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Friday where he -- -+-- -- were A ______._.
has been h'
and '
death of who has serving '
dear not been
father. person
H. II. Parmenter our divorce by the Circuit granted a as juror In United States court. SPECIAL' :: MKK'IINO: FOB VOTERS !lost In the wand lilIN, lying east and I SCHOLARSHIPS FOR TEACHERS ''
Parmenter Court
cannot Geo. end Albert hillier southeast of their camp he told of I Il
ulcy Parmenter In the attended the ----- - -
Johnnie Parmenter marry. event they before I
Mrs. Drew Bryant. they obtain a divorce marry they have' party at the home of Mr. and Mrs W Next Monday afternoon at foul l,'"vlnf( them at the camp with the j Tho director of the University of

--- - -- perjured themselves and as such T. Reaves, of Worthington, Friday o'clock' at the Methodist church there disabled hUlonool.llo.\ Persons hero ac. Florida, Gainesville, line| notified
are night. will ho meeting the object of whirl quaintcd with the lake region knew I County Superintendent
TO THE FARMERS AND CITIZENS not entitled to register: and vote in a I j E:, R. poppoll
OF BRADFORD COUNTYWe the November election.H. j'I' Miss'Mildred Roberts.of Lake But1 is to instruct persons how to vote for that it would bo extremely difficult for 1 as follows:

W. Johnston, County Judge in 1 ler, vlKltfd her grandparents, Mr. and i the candidates of their choice Mrs.Markley a stranger to find his way out, whorl I "Ton correspondence, study scholar.

have made a special effort to i Apalachlcoln Times Airs T;;.II. Rimes, Sunday.ATTENTfON Johns has charge of the once he bucamp confused about di1roctfotis I ships for the teachers In your county,
give notice that our Bradford County I According to Judge Johnston, we I i -. e-- '' meeting. There will be a special ; and a search for the JOlt men who desire to take review course or
Fair will open at Lake Butler from fear that a not inconsiderable TEACHERS speaker and good: muic." Thin mooting was quickly derided upon. I 1 high school subjects, are now available
Nov. 2nd to the 6th, inclusive, and of colored men and women proportion who --- is for men as well as women, and It developed that Messrs. Inman und if taken before December 1, 1920.
now through kindness of the Telegraph have registered for voting, would, be Bradford County Teachers Association all are cordially. invited to attend Wright decided! after the departureof I Please notify your teachers, or send
will meet in Starke, Saturday - -.--- Dr. Clarvo to remain In us a list of their
I wish to announce further that debarred the privilege If examined camp until I[ names und addressesso
all plans have been made for a successful closely as the marital ties I Nov. Jth, for the purpose of organiz SAMPLE BALLOT Tuesday morning:, when they we con got in touch with them immediately -
fair. them are regarded as loose among bind.: ing for our )'ear' work. All teachers would "hoof It" to town If efforts to ,"
Now to those who have so liberally ing. are requested to be present. A sample, I ballot will be found in repair the disabled car or find a conveyance I Those who are Interested should
offered Program follow! the Telegraph today for the information In the with Mr.
their assistance in making,: the -- -- --- locality proved unsuccessful corrrapond II. C. Riley, director
farm products display and other ex WILOERPRESCOTTOne The Necessity of High School Train. of the-voters at next Tuesday's !. | Gainesville, or County Superintendent .
hibits.! :. ,Will kindly ask that you have ing-Principal of Lake Butler School. general election.! Voting U a very --- -- -- - E. R. Poppoll. Star'ku.
Penmanship in the Public KrhnM_ simple undertaking, if the voter will TRANSPORTATION RATES TO
verytnmg in not later than
Nov. 2nd. However, on account Tuesday of of interesting! : events to lie Eighth Grade Teacher f'La-t y-: first learn Jtmt who lie wishes to vote REUNION AT ORLANDO to travel under the reduced. rate named ,,
elecetion day, Nov. 2nd, exhibits will reported by us next week, will be the How to Teach Patriotism in the, for. *' All that Is then left to do Is to above: e
wedding at the home of
be Mr. and Mrs. Schools-Mrs. McGruder. make in front of the The best Members of the
received till Wednesday, Nov. 3rd, S. J, Prescott of a cross mark arrangements I have been United Confederate
noon. Sampson City. It How Geography Should be Taught name of the candidate for whom It I II able to make for transportation to the Veterans. t"''.
Free admission day for all schoolchildren the took contracting place Wednesday of last week, to the Seventh Grade-Everybody. desired to vote. Confederate Veteran Reunion, to beheld A member of the family ,of a'' mem-
parties being
Friday, Nov 6th. liam Kemper Wilder, of Orlando Mr. Wil and I II. B. WIGGINS, The democratic nominees head the in Orlando, Nov. 10th to 12th, areas her of the United Confederate. Vete.
Yours very truly, Miss Celia Gladys Prescott Vice President list nf candidates for each office, and follows: rune
F. M. RIVERS, Mr. and Mrs. S, J. Prescott., TRAP on the sample ballot printed on page Delegates will purchase! regular one Members of the Son of Confede
President Bradford County Fair As- ---- AT THE, SHOOT 2 a cross-mark has been placed in way tickets to Orlando, obtaining certificate rate Veterans .
soclation.VANDERBILT. SPECIALS AT SAM front of the names of the democratic receipts from ticket agents at A member of the family of a member -
- ..- ROSENIJERG'RU Shooting of Starke (;un Club Constantly nominees against whom nominees of time of, purchase of tickets. These! of the Sons of Confederate. Veteran

LITERARY: SOCIETY ; lb. sack Self Rising Hour ImprovingAt other parties! arc running. certificate receipts, when properly" *. +
ORGANIZED Lard Ib 20e. $1.79 Attention Is particularly called to signed by Adjutant General Rawls I Members of the Confederated South.
Sugar Ib 14c. I the trap shooting Thursday of the constitutional amendment at the and vised by the depot agent, A. C. L. ern Memorial Association,
: i
Friday afternoon, under the management Smoked Bacon, lb. 23c.35c last week the following scores were foot of the ticket. On this amendmentthe or S. A. L. Railways, Orlando, will A member of the family of a member rj
of Mr. Wilbur Scott princi- value Dress Ginghams I made X mark should be made in front of entitle the holder to purchase return I of the Confederated Southern ;
nIl of the Vanderbilt school, there 25c value Apron Ginghams: 23c. Hit Miss Pet. the word "yes" If the voter wishes to,, tickets at one-third of the regular one I Memorial Association.The .
20c. F.
war organized a literary society and Men's Fleece Lined L. Turner .-- 37 18 .730 vote for the amendment, and in frontof way fare from Orlando to original meeting, will lie called to order
, Wt following officers were selected: garment. Underwear, 95c 11. C. Wall _h__. 31 19 .620 the word "no" If It is desired to vote starting points. The securing of this promptly at 10 o'clock on the mornIng -
Raleigh Conner, president Men's M. F. Brown ___. 29 21 .680 against: it. This Is the amendmentthat rate Is contingent upon there being at of ! $6 and value
Mary Addison vice president Full Head $7 Pants, $3.49 W. C. Powell _h_ 28 22 .660 permits the state to bond for the least 250 holders of certificate re The Sun Juan hotel will be the of-
Rice, 15c value 9c. lb.
limha ITarnage, secretary W. E. Yarborough 25 25 .600 building of a state system of hard ceipts. finial headquarter of the division. +
Special Men's
Program committee Herbert Norman Charmer's on Coffee Overalls 30 $1.69. Roscoe McLane ..24 26 .480 I. surfaced roads. The Telegraph believes The following,: parties are entitled Respectfully
chairman; Geneva Sapp, Mattie Maxwell House Coffee, can. Joe Wainwright.. 23 27 .4GO .1 It should be adopted. We will I N. A. ULITCII.
10rmanIt -- 40c.. W. H. Graham __ 23 27 ,4/ 0 never have a system of state roads bondi. Every town In the United Major General! Commanding
was decided to meet twice a month I I T. R. Sweat of - T. S. Williams ._. 22 28 .440 until the money is provided to pay for States would probably be without ----.
In Friday Jacksonville was a L. A. Davie, Jr... 17 88 .340 construction. public'improvements If they had waited Mr. '.
afternoon, and each meetIng business visitor I' The only way to secure J. M Oliver and son, Leslie
to Starke 'A. I
to be Instructive and amusing Wednesday Z" Aiiklns: .... 18 84 .820 the money and build the roads to raise the money by direct taxa are spending the week-end with Mr. ;
J. M. !Mitchell ... 18 87 .260 within the next few year is to issue Linn. and Mrs. Osslan Oliver at Baldwin



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Brunswick is the finest, then it isn't the best for you, and we won't .: '
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I I Bradford County Farmers -

again on.I
FINISHING:; HOGS:; I'OII MARKET 13, just Issued. by the department of ernments of Central Europe for the .
agriculture, which requires that man. f purpose, of marketing agricultural!
of fertilizer products there I do not think it wise
Tacking houses have decided, that ufactaurers and importer
hogs fattened on peanuts alone arc tag and register their various for the government to subsidize: our Mae movie stants
suited to their purposes. Hence brands of fertilizers, so as to show producers or to maintain or increase
t advise finishing porkers on corn the specific percentages of the level of prices here by stimulating
The shipping aaaF and potash derived from each ingredient sales to European countries which find
or sweet here and if anybody used in a mixed fertilizer to pro themselves unable or unwilling to .
lion will soon duce the total percentage of ammonia I make payments for their purchases." I WATCHED a guy. AND THEN it spilled.
doubts that the packers are giving I 1 O .
There have it. He doesn't want
carloadof and potash guaranteed, It would seem you s
him ship in a
good advice I IN A movie chow. LIKE A Roman candle.
I peanut fed<1 hogs. Peanuts make proper to state briefly the reason for the markets opened. They are closed. *
issuing regulation, in addition to I What does bankruptcy of farmers!
have BURNED the
soft fat and meat, and packers ) RIDE THE same plug. rug.
'I, effective of discouraging the benefits and results that will necessarily mean to the honorable Dignified! Secretary S SSv

I an! extremely nhipments of such way huger If follow to the consumer, asfollows I of the Treasury? A man who 't- r. NINE T"OUS 'ND miles. AND BURNED, my clothu.e .
has been of andit i -
i agriculture
they buy the: animals at all they do so, ; i AND! EVERYTHING.
: at a very low price. The present method of tagging fer. |: woild seem would have imbibed a r\; AND FIRE Ills six-shooter. .
: The questio-i' of soft and hard pork tilizcrs does not enable the farmer to 1 reasonable understanding and sympa- n to!! 30 I'M convinced.
I Iiol
has been talked and written about for determine even an approximate PIT. ALL AFTERNOON.WITHOUT '
and a number of experiment when a majority or any specific I I'LL NEVER get.
years '
stations in the south are devoting no percentage of the total stated ammonia RE.LOADING. THAT A TCRS job.
little time in investigations along this and potash contents !guaranteedwill . .
line. The truth. must be admitted that Should become farmer available.desire to purchasea Hay, Samantha; hurry up and get AND THEN. in. a Close-up. AND I know. sow.
outRide of the a *
little 1 Id known dishes washed Want to HE ROLLED
very your up. you a emoke.
of fertilizer with high THAT THE only thIngs.
soft quantity a
fact that some feeds will produce go to town with me this morning. .
pork and some will produce hard ammonia and potash content for a What do you want me to go to town WITH JUST one band. I CAN roll with one hand.
pork. It is possible that investigations quick growing crop, such an water- for? .
being conducted will reveal the melons, wheat, oats or vegetables; he AND I trleJ! U myself. ARE ROLLICKING dominoes.
hard pork much can readily determine from the anal Cause. S .
methods of producing
at ysis tag to be used under the new Cause why? FIRST WITH one: hand. AND I'M going to stick:
that known -
w more conveniently pies.ent. Just want you to go with me. .
But till that is learned and proven regulation/: whether or not a certain You'll have to wait until I get the THEM WITH two. TO MV regular smokes.
brand of fertilizer would be suitable .
it l Is best to use those feeds! we
dishes washed, mop out the kitchen, S
for use on the particular crop to FCR THEY satisfy.TpVER .
hard meat. THENITH
know will usually produce get the beds made, the front. room my mouth. .
that the animals receive which it is to be applied. There are .
Packers require nixed up', wash and change; my clothesOh
some feed which will harden the several sources from which ammoniaand my land, wish I'd asked you AND;:: THE forty-thlrd trial. gee a "close-up" of real
flesh before they are placed nn! themarket. potash may he derived, and it is last week. 1 4 cigarette contentment Get
known that the ammonia derived STAYED PUT long enough. next to Chesterfield
vicedirectorof any smoker
A P. Spencer, Cut out all but the dishes and just ,
extension in Florida; from, nitrate of soda as an ingredientin end wntch him register "theyeatUfyl"
agricultural farmers begin feeding a mixed fertilizer, will become slip on a clean dress. Let the other FOR ME to light It It's all in the blend of
recommends that before available much more quickly than stuff go. Can't wait around all day. those choice Turkish and Domestic
/: com at least forty days Well I'll Go around and AND I I
hurry thought had It. tobaccos-and that's a secret that
should would, be the ammonia derived from
fhlppinltime/: The corn ration hitch up old Rastus and get ready nobody! can imitate.
some of the other ingredients or sour
increased and the
be gradually peanuts yourself. Your face is dirty; go wash
gradually decreased until the eec composing the mixture. The same
toward the rule applies to the availability of potash yourself.
hogs/: take corn entirely Well, here we go. Get up, Rastus;
that be guaranteed to be
close of finishing. It is advisable that may
corn through the tained in a mixture, that is derived get a move on you.
be some
hogs but of from several different sources.In Now what you going after, Brown? I
entire fattening Reason, many
tic. farmers have foiled to do this. By selecting a fertilizer for use on Going to commence fetching my r 6--
all means do not change!: the animals long growing crops, such as corn, cotton barrels and cans. Don't want to haveto eslatrle d

from peanut to corn suddenly!< because sweet potatoes, sugar cane, etc., go to town for them when I get to /
the change may be disastrous. it is expedient to apply a mixture work. Take time by the forelock.That's .

Sweet; potatoes lire accepted as finishing containing sources of potash and am. what I say. Well, here we are. .

A { feed. If a field i Is conveniently monia, that will supply plant food Howdy, Mr. Jones. My barrels in 1&tJ//

+ available the animals may be allowedto during the entire growth. of the cropif yet? CBGAR2T"X'ES.f:
4 gather their own potatoes. This I U possible, especially so, unless one Yes; but the cans are not here.

: .also true of corn. or more applications are applied durIng Well, ,Samantha, you run around to
cultivation, which is recommend- the atores.while I chat with Mr. Jones J-

HIU.ii: SOWS( IN .NOVr.MHICKVOtt I Ij rd even though/: a liberal quantity of Don't be gone long. Got somethingon
SPUING FARROWING fertilizer may have been used at time my mind and want you to go: along J
j of planting. I with me.How'lI.

Farmer should stilve to secure two With the adoption of this new regulation your cane looking, Mr. '
it is believed that much, goodwill Brown ? thy for farmers, in his new Iosltion'
litters from now on
a year every of secretary of the treasury sows a ,. K. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
IIP accomplished by the farmers, ,
the farm. To do this BOWS must be Fine, fine; best crop ever.
and that both they and the fertilizer positive antipathy to any proposal to JACKSONVILLE. FLOWN'
given more attention they receive Do you think I'd better order an
millions to the country, without COMPLETE FERTILIZERS
dealers will appreciate and welcome
in many rnses A sow turnedout extra lot of cans and barrels?
injury to the consuming; public, for FBBTU.IZEB MATERIALS
this much needed change,
to rustle for herself cannot bring You sure will sell twice as many as
the consumers will finally as PPBATKRS
-- -+- pay
world than. one litter of did last if have them
Into the more you year you on INSECTICIDES'
much as they would were the *
With a hand and let the farmers know. So
W strong, healthy pigs a year. marketed graduaUy the farmers POCI.THT f.CPPt.11!
n little attention, that costs no money, HISTORY they won't be sending! off for them. of as Writ l..1.'..l Prim ....... Not' . ate desirous doing.
r and with a little extra feed that is usually Get them to place their orders same
(Ity W. A. McRae! Commissioner of The other thing. asked for was the
grown on: the farm at a mall us I did. I want to get my barrels
outlay, the same sow will bring two Agriculture) and cans all on the ground before I carrying out of the spirit, letter and FARMERSThe
easily. In this a I There Is turn wheel.\ purpose of the Federal Reserve Law. i
litters n year wny no power among men equalto a
farmer can secure from his one sow personal contactIt I That's right, Brown, get everything That liberal extensions of credits be big "Hartford" has just opened FARM 1)EI'AItTMENT

what his neighbor will secure from was a realization of this fact that ready before you start. I am buying allowed on commercial paper based on here. Takes care of BRADFORD COUNTY farmer

his two, following( the method, of lot-l caused the Federation of Labor to j in large quantities and price guaranteed farm products which meet the requirements I same as big western farmer. Everything you own or make

r, ting the sows rustle for themselves move headquarters Washington if any decline, so you all will be of the Federal Reserve Act, cored against loss by FIRE, LIGHTNING, WINDSTORMS )

!It l in onsy to produce two litters a City. The labor temple is a monument protected. Sure to get the bottom due to the fact that our exports have CYCLONES, TORNADOES. You get advantageof (

, your in Florida if the proper attention to their foresight and idea of E prices been blocked by inability of European FIVE YEAR rate but only pay premium EACH YEAH,
,' is given to the brwdiiitf. animals.Sows preparedness. They are there In the That's business. That's what helps markets: to respond to the demands of no interest. Insuring clause much more liberal. Restric
which to farrow in watchtower of I make business that and trade, for lack of finances.
ore expected organized wage earners. a town and -
t r tions heretofore farm policies removed. First farmE'rshowed
I, ,;::1! the spring; should be bred during October Have they produced results? I lld\'l'rthling-let folks know you are This was refused also. on
1 :" r\ and. November, first half of No- Head the recoil! of the legislation fav- on north and alive, that's what I say. The only thing left for the farmersto policy recognized advantoges accepted at once.

,'1 v', vrnibi'r being! : a very desirable time oritblu to labor enacted since they established Well, here comes Samantha. We're do was to form an export corpora- INVESTIGATE IT. Cannot tell you in this advertisement

J.hll1: Scott, animal imlustrullst to their offices in the national going down to see Had Fling for a lit tion and finance it, opening up the the many features. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS

i' the University of Florida Experiment capital. Look at the wage/: scale, the tIc while. foreign markets in spite of the handi- Agency Est. 1886. J. R. DAVIS & CO. Starke, Fla.
;: Station, places the breeding( period payroll of American labor for your All ready, Samantha? cap brought about by the collapse of
:. between October 15th and, November answer. I Hop in; going down to see Dud credits and the depreciation of foreign -

; 15th. This will bring pigs): in Februnry. The big corporations have always Fling. I'll be back soon and take out exchange.This .
The flOWS may be bred In Aprilor known the power of personal contact I a load of barrels. is under way. It is proposedto

May to furrow again in August or with the powers' that be and they are Here's the place Howdy, Dad. Am capitalize an export corporationfor
September This fall litter will be always represented at the seat of gov. glad to see you looking so good handling cotton for 100000000. Kill That Cold With

cut of the. way by the time to breed ernment. Ninety odd percent of the Howdy, Brown and Mrs. Brown. This effort should receive our utmost

again for tl.e next spring: litter. long line railroads of America are Come right in. Glad to see you all. and enthusiastic support. If handled ,
t," If the sows lire in (rood condition represented by spokesmen located In Mrs. Fling's/: not at home but we'll honestly and efficiently it will prove +'Lt:
when the pigs i are weaned they should the Muncie building. The short line have a nice visit. Gets pretty lonesome the right arm of power for the producers -

"" breed! within three days afterward., railroads are represented by spokes now that I can't get up town butI not only for the present but '
d.", - .--.' - -- men located in the Riggs National ,I am glad I can get around the house for years to come.
1 TO KUTM.I/.DH I I'SKKS:; : !l Hank building! I land take care of myself if I do have If the farmers: do not support their CASCARA QUININEAND

-- The United States chamber of com.nierce drag my leg a little. I can help headquarters in Washington they will ,
In connection with regulation No, Is an organization of, for and around the house, take care of myself take the consequences. Business and

, i -- by the business men of America, commercial read some, sleep some, have lots political affairs cannot be separated. aIL. d'roM%O La Grippe
REBUS and industrial business men. of company most everyday or eveningso Farmers should take a lively interest I

* ;; I'lantIart! in's Hy-Test Seed for Last year they paid $800,000 for a lot I get along if I don't go up townor in National legislative matters! the Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Good Results on which to build palace which is work outside It's all right, anyway Mime as the industrial employees, the
to cost $2,000,000.() ()( This is to be their I've about served my time Will corporations and the commercial' Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first inuM

1I" Scl Potatoes and Onion headquarters, close to the lawmakers, Ibe I 75 years young next fool month if world. Breaks up a cold in 24 houra-Relieves I
r.w+ .Lurgcst nnd Oldest" Established close to the heart of the nation, where I I live that long. Don't see that I We cannot escape our responsibilities Grippe in 3 days-Excellent for Headache 1

, Sd House: in the State. t they can look out for their interests, ; should worry. You sde I don't believein without eating the biter fruit of Quinine in this form does not affect the head-Ceacara la beet Tonic I
Garden and Field Seed for Fall The organized farmers have established worrying. indifference L.xative-No Opiate in Hill's. I

I r' riantlnur. Seed Oats. Rye Hur an of lee in Washington City al What is will be and what will be- I

Icy Millet. New crop Turnips, to. They are doing as others do, but is. Automobilists should remember that ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT

Cabbage/ Egg/ Plant, Pepper Inter. They have not as yet financed You see things commenced that way a spare tire on the rear holds exactly I II I

\ ANT SEED SPECIAL their project to the commanding position I when I was born. I should have been three quarts I _

SEND FOU FALL CATALOG that the others mentioned have, born a girl, and I wasn't. :

; E. A MART'N SEKI; : ('0. Thirty of the largest agricultural Then when I grew up to bu a boy, I WATERMILL I
\ 1 JACKSONVILLE: :: : : FLORIDA organizations of America sent repre- i should have gone to school more, andI
.1 sontotlvcn Washington in Octoberto cou1 . : consult with the Federal. reserve When I got married I should have report that Mrs J. II Brown and Mrs

; r DEATH RATTLE OF board and the secretary of the treasrv I married a rich girl, but I didn't. W. R. Hodges are rapidly improving HICIIt'TUBES

to ask that they make operative I But I got a mighty! good: wife She I from their illness.
( < itnin fentur-s of laws already onled. wanted to do all the work and I Miss Alva Thomas, of Vanderbilt,

t(1 '1 , features that would mean milH wouldn't.But spent the week-end here with her par- FIT "OVERSIZE" CASINGSMichelin
: f. i"" CALOMEL SOUTH us of dollars to the fal'ml'rlllnd no we got along, handled lots of''I' eats, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Thomas. I ,

,"s to the ultimate consumer of farm money, had a good time, always had Messrs. Hiram and Tom Wasdin, of ;

duct;, and they were turned down, plenty, have plenty now, but my hand ,' Graham, were transacting business in I

I Dodson is Destroying Sale of The things asked were: were so greasy: the big share slipped our section Saturday.Gentry .
\ The rev-establishment of the, war finance through; tried to help the other fellow -I Stokes has purchased a Ford I

,,' ... .) Dangerous Drug with His corporation which would bring too much, but I should worry. truck. Tubes lire rrx. tylr._. Nil,_',t i
,{:', 'H "Liver Tone." Immediate relief by carrying the cotton How's my boy, DeWitt C. Jones, Miss Rertle Thomas, of Crestvlew, full size in cro....- a'S r ': -t ,' 'ijl
, ,te" 'k.t I'J. crop to the cotton mills\ of the old 'getting along Business growing I spent the week-end here with her parents section. and are ,;.' {"d?; '

' vtfiUl and allow them to place their Yes, fine; he sure is doing a good Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Thomas. therefore not ;
" ,l? , ,\ I\\\ and believe you need vile, dangerous calomel for the raw cotton. The lack of abil- Good boy; good place to trnde. Goo',l River Monday. inflation This //isr}
to start your liver and clean your ity to fintttice themselves having closed goods and right prices.! Sure got his I, Jack Goodge was transacting business advantage is especially
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I bowel.l Dodson's Ask your their operations and paralyzed the bands full, with the hardware store, in Brooker<< Saturday. I important
: guarantee
.t',, druggist Here's for a bottle of IKulHon's Liver cotton trade of the world. The same bottling woks, undertaking establishment I, Friends of Mrs Viola Thomas are when buying tubes
i i" Tone and take a spoonful tonight( If it principle applying to other export materials and other work, city busines and glad to see her able to be out again.;\ : for Cord tires, '11tk;'.
\!". doesn't start your liver and straighten what not City would miss him if he I Little Mildred Stokes is numberedon 1 all "oversize."

. .[ you right up better than calomel and "Every; official, with the exceptionof should drop out. Don't see how ho on sick list. au",
i .<" without griping or muklna you nick I the secretary of the treasury, endorsed manages: it all. Miss Jennie Maude Crosby of SMITHS GARAGE
q : ,J Vn I" want you to go back to the store and in the strongest terms this I Mrs. Brown, I am sorry my wife Brooker, spent Thursday here with Starke. Fla. ? ,

" get Take your calomel money.. toiury, and tomorrow youp' proposition" is the words of the president was not here to meet you We will I friends I
will feel weak and sick anil, nauseated. of the American Cotton Association. always be glad to have you call when I Mr. end Mrs. N. T. Parrish, of Lake
'I' Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful . you are in town. Can't you stop to I Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Walters -
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,; of harmless. vegetable !>od o.', liver And what do you suppose was the dinner.No: I and children spent Sunday with
l'I' Tone tonight and wake up feeling ,great.Ifk defense put up by the Secretary thank you; we haven't time to- Mrs.' W. R. Hodge. I H- "
I perfectly harmless, so give it to. Here It i Is: "It would not be wise to dllGot to hurry back home. So Murphy Price, of Brooker, was here .

your children any time. It can't after.salivate increase the indebtedness of the gov! long, dad; hope to see you out soon Tuesday morning.
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[HELP TilE DEMOCRATIC CAUSE fo.hwllh and all prisons having claim (I.ERK' REPORT .relate. and then and there apply to said aceordlnr t law tax deed will Issue thereonon '-------

- etat .h.1 few th.&m.. duly% Stark.. Fla.. O 1. 3920 Juilu for her\dlxhanr a> uch adnilnlatratrl % the nth of Novimbrr. A. 1920. i bill filed In the abov-tated Cat,.. that Texas
with c.p 1.
.uth'nU.'ed. und..I..e admiub- Report of the clerk of th. Clrul In .. AVitneaa iuIiOai, aeal tbl 1..11. th defendant therein la a
irtl Y. Williams Florida Fi- trains within on. year frm h..f. or and for l.d.r eennty. .. on Cur.Ult Dated at Florida on this the 61 h day of .I.n.'u.. I of th. Stt of t'.me.. she
will he forever f'.rle I.
J -.airman for the national dem- tliry Thl IBIh dar of Oetolwr.barred. ef Taxe .d for th. pe. 191 la. 16. mo. T. WEEK' I la a realdent. of Ray City. GI.. and la over
; 12C. CORA L. CASON. CI.'rl Circuit Court. I the .. of twrnty-on 1..1 I I
;; ommittec, has received cheer MRS. C. MIXON M. DOWI.1NO. lr.dror F. that said
rit of the of C. A. Mison.c."d. lax Collector 10-n.ltll-11. A. Admintetratrlx Afornald. lu C KNIGHT. I : ,. : rn .
WI from the national headquar. E&& 10-U-91-12-10. County Peeper lO-d-U-11.8. tMiut* Clerk. ; c'd ur.-I : th*t. tnl

mlf '!h Pves! assurance of democrat Sept. 1. to bal due __.._____._I7S,8 ORDER OF (HVICE BV PunUCATO" ?Monday "the Ilo day on or, .. .D.*

tel' 'tory in November ORDER FOR PUBLICATION By amt collected ...___ _104..8 In the Circuit Court of th. .. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX PEED 20. otherwise' the allegations "acId bill
In Clrrult Stat of Florida. Eltthtb in and for bradford, County. < L'NDKR KECTIOV (71 OF TUBCENtKAL .II Hie taken aa eonfeaaed maid defendant.
5!; n of democratic orators are lie. Judicial Cur.. County In Chan Oct. 1. to '..1 due __._1".0 Lulu M. LnirU, BTATUIKCHereby It la further ordered that. thla order b* t\\
I. .Iv..n that J. M.
: into the doubtful states cery. R..d and llrldv 111.trd 1. I Cml.lln.nthn. n.t. Truby. "uhl.hC once a week for four eonaeeutlv
ir rd J. T. Marr. Sept. 1. to hal due -__._..___,.219S.$2 v* I purchaaer. t. .at* numb.r re- (h. Bradford County Telciiraph.newapaper a

and pi"tonal, it enthusiasm headquarters is being are arousci confi-- Cmpl.ln.nt I It>, amt .01.1C -__....__.11S4. 4 J. Chriatinnaon, IVfendanta.NOTICE et al. .Tax Collector..1" for 104 Bradford. C"n.y.. I.uo.Florida the This September iiuhllahed 16,In 1920.said County and 8&..

, Klv Marr., j I Oct 1, to bal due -____ TO UNKNOWN DEFENDANTS Said certificate 106 being th. lat day W. T. WEEKS. .
dc' t that in addition to the solid lload and Ind.District No. I Notice la b..b. given to all partlea .'..Im.In. of June A. I). 1908. and certificate 104 and (Seal) Clerk Circuit

New York Ohio New Jerney by If.nd.nt to the Sept. 1, to bal __?__??____ 7486 an In(, unner Jena .1. Chrintlnnaon.D. 100 1..lnl| dated the 6th day of Auiiuat, A. D.191a. By C.: A. Iur fllfi
South. I 'I".rln. "I"ell ..n e Elvany By amt aol."te -___....__....____ 514.00 ..M. Gornto. 1., M. Little Mra. L. M. I.ltII .filed the said eertlllralea In myoffice pu
Indiana will be swung into the 1,1 le ahove.tte. and made for tax deed ( CI.rk
and .. U I.. T. J. Aldrnnan. A. V. Ixinv. May Bell 1. application D. E. KNIGHT.
fluratio column and democratic of th Slat. th..ln of, her a nonresident ieldene - Oct. 1, to bal due. _...__._ A I..r.n. L G. 1'.w.1 and W. C. 1'.w.l. to I..u. In ...r.n. with law. Th aatdei'rtiieatee Solicitor for .. )
embrace th following .ntlo2
Wldowa Tenalon ., Powell A I .I..lp ;
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confident unknown. and of ,
quite U the .
Illinois l'ow'I.
leade'l of are twrnty. ine yrara i I. over a0 that S .pt. 1. to bal due _______.___ 8'.1 M. Trotp. C. E. IIari>er. ', N..I lamln In 1I,. e.unl". Florida, aaamaedat :
that this great state will also go .aid | I th.r.fO.. or.r .bp.qulf By ami collected _____._.____--__-- !. Rto. Cml.n", Gilbert, W. ,Ro. .RliaaltethRo the dale of the issuance of auch .rUI..t. NOTICE OF El FCTION
non..ld..nt to d.f.nd.nt I. ) od her hualtand. Dr. AJ.\ In the .,.n.. reepertlvcly ..' particu To the Rh.r" of Bradford County, of th* iJ
the bill of
Tatlc. appear to complaint State
den!' Oct. 1, to bal due ...._. 189. 0 E. Fuleh. N. P. Cauthen Minnie larly art forth, to-wlt t If I .
said ?
eau* on before Monday the .
the West heR in- or Be It known that I. H. !
\i 18It to CLAY
Guy Srd day of January, A. D. 1821 otherwu the Count Prhool L Trplot. A. .U. Harry C. Bower. Certificate No. loll embrace that |K>rtlon
irtd the democrats of that section allfiratloni of ald bill will be taken a**eon- Sept 1. to bal due -_..._.._'4110 K. I. 7.. Adklm. llurten II. Cor- of Northweet Quarter of Southeast Quarierlylnv Secretary of Stale of the Slate of Florida, do
and it i is believed that 1..0 by Raid By amt collected -......_.._. liett. John II. Uilllama Gi-onc . E of Stark and Sandcraon public rod hereby give notice I that a
of the country I. further d.fendant thla order be pub on. WII.m J. Koe I See. 17. TIL 0. 8. U.: 22 K., 16 acre, eaeeaael Will GENERAL: ELECTION j
Western states will I i Oct. I bal due .....8J79.91 all J. J. I. held In Bradford County. Slat. nf
pevernl of the go l.ho one a week for eight .on..uUv. weeka t d..o. or any of t.m. or ot.." ; Trbp.C..rll. Florida. on Tueaday
aueceedlnii Scat
Bond I I *. devUee .. No. 104 emtirace the Northeast (h
national headquarters Bradford .
In fact County fub.S.hol .
democratic. th iublii>hed In Raid T.1..r"h a .I.. Sept. 1. to .-._....._..124(100By and to all i>artte* claimIng, .n. Intereatwhatsoever I of Northweat Uuartrr of SouthweatQuarter. Monday In N..n.l.r. A. 1). 1920 (aid
expect Eleven or eight of the This October IS. 1920. & amt collected ...._..... 408.2'' In the I.nd diwcrihed .fnllowal Sec. 28. Tp. I. B. U. I E., 10 eras, T.d.p being lb.SECONI *
I Northeaiit aaaeaaed Swallow Iloikltia.Centrical ) PAY OF
republican states to give a qn.w. aouthraot quarter & | NOVEMBER
usually W. T. WEEKS Oct. 1. to bal due 888.7 (NEVi of PK',1 7 section twenty-five IU). No. 10 embrace Northeast Quar.trr For ITnfled State Senator from the Slat I
majority for Cox and Roosevelt. (S.1) Clerk Clreult Court. Total Sub School township alx (6)). ". ( twenty-two 1221 i of Ruth..t Quarter t.. 14. '|". 'i, S. of Florida' for six .... from March 4, 1921. .
From no wuntil! the November election By C. A. KNIGHT. Sept.. 1. to bal due -.._..._....?__ 1981.99 outh half of i-tbeaat quarter (St of N K. 20 ., *, Unknown. For Six <6I I Prealdentlal
democratic forces wil! Ibe D. E. Deputy Clerk. By amt collected -?__.?..1168.10 Et4 4. rant half of northeast quarter of Voices ..10 .rlt... .b.1 be redt. For one ftepreaenlatlve. of the Second ConBreavlnnal -
the extremelY KNIORT. northweat E' .. Dlatrirt of the
quarter of NEof NWV4I. .eorln. !aw. deed I..u. thereon State of da.. In
active and all that is necessary Solicitor for Cm"I.ln.nt 10-J2-1H-12-81 ,, Ort. 1, to bal due 778.80 section thlrly-alx ((861. township alx (GI. th. day of November.wi. D. 1920. the PKty-aeventh Conirwa of for United' V

is to carry the truth into the Special R..* llrldie Bond Dl.trlrt N* I ranire t..nt".t".o ((22) t .ou'h.. Quarter of WIn... my nfTclal .I"n.tu. and seal this Statra.For.
FINANCIAL STATEMENT COUNTT SCHOOL Sept., 1. to du. --------------.J1$19.21 northeaat quarter tSWVi of NEVt ). aouth- 28th day of September. A. D. 1920. Governor. of the Stale of Florida.
doubtful states and it is of grave importance FUNDS amt collected __.__............_ wet quarter e.f .aoutheaat quarter of north- W. T. WFFKS. I lop Secretary of Stale of the Stat. of

that Florida democrats respond County .. nr<.".,. tatetnent west quarter SVH4 of KE% or NW"). Clerk Circuit Court B.d"r County, Flor Florid.
of county .bol. . for of Oct. 1. to' bal dill _21870.ilSpecial lection eleven ((11)). township coven ( ). ida. (ISoal) .I Attorney C.n.rl of the Slat of I
call for financial wontll Por
to the aid. September 1820.I fund tb Roa A Brida Bond Shield N.2Seiit. ranir t..n.ptw ((22)) I we t quarter of By C. A. KNIGHT Ida.For

Mr. Milam urges Immediate activ- General Rrheol Fund 1. 1.,1 due ............-_...8 1.ItBy n.rtheast quarter of nurtheaat quarter (WU 10-1.6t.l0.21. Deputy Clerk. Comptroller of th. State of Florida.

on the part of all good democrats I Overdraft Sept 1. 1920 ____-........... 9B8.R2 amt .01"tC ...__..............- of NE'4 of NEVi'I. northweat quarter ofnortheaat For Treasurer of the SI.t.of florida
ity R..III' durlnir month .__...._____44AR 02 qu.r.r (INW. of NEVil.) weal For Suiierlntendent of Public Instruction of
and nays that there should be no delay -----___>____.-.._ 4788.74 Oct. 1. to bal due _............8881.1! half of went .. quarter of NOTICE OF MnAt, .tfilxty CI"RGE the State of Florida.

in securing contributions for the Ovedraft .uo. 1920 ____............_ 8110.72 W. T. WEEKS. northeaat quarter (WIV of of SW% .fNE day after d.t hereof I. the under For (Commissioner of A.rleultu. of the
District N*. I (Seal) Clerk Circuit Cur 'i )t. northweat quarter fNW"I. north- signed, .. Executrix the ..I.t of Anna f'. Slate rf Florida.
National fund. He respectfully urges Balance s"t 1. 1920 ________.....___ 877.18 By O. A. KNIGHT went quarter of nnuthweat ". NWI4 of : late of Bradford Florida, : For Two Jiiatleea of the Buprem Court of
county chairmen to immediately Receipt durin. month ...__......... 7.R2 Deputy Clert IW'41.) weat half of aouthweat quarter of ::will I present my voucher* and final : the Stale et Florid
in the contribution as W.r.nt 1.0.0 .__________.__.__... 000 quarter (Wl(, of SW>4 nf SWVi l.sectIon to the Hon. (;eo. A. O.rl".r. For One Railroad Cmn.lone. of the Slat
lend every day lal.n.e . 1920 ________?______ 78.70 nine 111.)" eight ((8)). raiiir. Judir of rd.r County. and ask of Florida.For .
the national committee is needing the DistrIct No. S CLERKS REPORT twenty-two ( southwrut quarier (SW'i) to such Exweutrix.Thla Slate for 16th Senatorial Dla.

money to get the proper Initerature Overdraft S."t 1. 1920 ..-____.._____ O.M Starke. Fla., Oct. 10. 1920. and nnrthwt quarter of ..ulh..t quarterINWVi the lat day of October 1920. trlct of the Porll.' 1
R..II.t month .......__..___ 18 (10 R."r rf the Clerk of the Clreult C.r of SEUI. section ff.n6)), town- MRS. CEO. J. WHITE. 1.1 Two Memliera liana. of n..I.Uv" .".
and speakers to the people. W.r.nt Iraued -- 4.94 In or ('punt?. Florida hip eight (8)) rang ; aoutheaat Executrix of the Eattat of Anna I'. Wala.Peceaaed. .. of the Slat of Florida.
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According to Mr. Milam Florida Jl.n.e O.t 1.Dlfitrlrt 1920$ __No._____<___...___ 4.10 count nf Ta. II.for M.the POWLINO.year 1919. NW>4 quarter>. weal of half northweat of northwoat quarter quarter(SEV4%(WM of, I0.l.Ot.1 1-25. For.'or Countv fh.rt. Judge. :

which is safely democratic, can do O..rr.r. Sept. 1. J920 .............. 10B.70 Tax Collector of NWU. southwest quarter tSWVi ). aec- ORDER FOR PUBLICATIOVIn Fir ) I the CIrcuit C.ur If
wonderful good if the democrats will durn., month ___ _...__ ._ 16670 To Bradford County lion th. (81. township'" elitht ((81. range Circuit of Florida. E IB nthJudicial Tor County Assessor of ,
W.r.nt __ ______.....____ 2.70 County PeeperOct. twenty-two (22)) east half of aouthweat quarter (.ur. Il.t In For Tax (01.(01. I"
respond to this call immediately. Themon" Ian. . 1. 1020 __ _____-_____ 14.21 1. to bal due ____ _____ ____160707Br of northeaat qu"r. IE 14 of 8W44 of N (I.uf. n.d"r County Ch.- For (: of Public In. ..
)' contributed today will do more Dl.trlrt No. I amt collected _____.________ _1218.8 EVil. weat half w.t lid ? of aouthweatquarter E. I atruetion.For .
than the contributed tomorrow Balance Sept. 1. 19ZO ................ 114 112 By ..01 and. Insolvent Hat __ __ __ 4R* .1 of northeast. quarter (IW'i of WW, of Complainant. I Iva Cotir.ty: Surveyor.
ireod money Receipt durlnir month ....____ .___ 89.27 4 of N.I", .,"h'no qu.r.r of tiorth- I I 1.01 Five County Cummlaalonera.'

and he urges! speedy action in Warrants Innurd __._._______-.._ Oct. 10. to bal due ____.__________ ___ weat Quarter (SBm ..t half of 1.|KIH Jntinkon. I For Three Membcra. of the County Hoard of
to this call from the national ll.lnnce Oft. 1. 1920 _--_ ___...-___ 17H.79 Road and 1tldcc Dlntrirt No. I .t half of acmthwcet quarter of aonthraatquarter Defendant. I Public Inatriirtlon.For .
response tl.Irlct No. I Oct. 1. to hal due _________-_ ___ __10BI 68Itml 'W'" .f VVH of SVt<4 of SEVJHraat ." to the Justice of the Peace In and for the fol-

committee. Tala.. 1."t. 1. 1920 ._______________ 1B2.B7 n" eol..t. __.____, ________ 94888By h.1 of wrat half, of quarternf I ) "I.nrln.1| ( "ld..1 .I..ld.that 11. lowing JtiHtle Ol.trl.t. vi. I'ElistrInt
- --.olIo.-- I ... month ________ .___ error lint __ ______ 110Rf .0Ith.1 uunrter (EM of W'j( of xle Johnson the nbnv..I.t. .eal.' named, laa No On. .,
2.02 d'I.n"nnt
section t".I.21.. town.taininir nintr.ct No, Two.IXnlr'rt .
Wnrrantii Ifwurd ........... IW.r SF'.I .
---------- I __ __ _,_ ____ of the Stale of and enn-
DAIRYING SAVED THE TOWN n n' < 100' .Id..nt I..rld. .
lalon.o Oct. 1. 1920 218.2B Oet. 10 101..1 dil. ___.__ _____._.__ ., ? No. Three
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------------- In all ; h. an enwrap of .uhl."n. cannot No. 6 I Wood and Ird.. nlor.t N*. tOrt. .. jon.i u..nd.rtV( ) ; aerved. ui, on her, and la t IXxlrict No. f''ur.I.lrlo .
Tala... Sept. 1, -_____________. lR7.f 1. to bnl due --_ _-__ _____ 870 SBBy more or 1< I. .. : It la ( .1 1. eweof Nrt. five. . i
Wesson Miss., Is a smuii! town. It and ___ And you and each of you are lierelty, order I..n.y" ..r h..rn. o..d No. AK.! ,
1..t dtirlnir month ___........... 2.R2 error Inanlvrnt Hut 20,2 paid resident defendant be and ..- .
! had a cotton and woolen mill. Now.don't Innued __________ ______ ed to appear In the above entitled court toanawer ,II.t to to bill of h. T N,,. Pivrn.niHtrlct "
wonder what Inlnn.o Oct. 1. 1B20 ? ________ 1DO.IS8Dl.trirt Oet. 10. to lot due _______ ____.__ the bill of, tll..0, ..nln.t ; .ul..d in th *ald nnpear .1. e.m"Ilnt1..d No. "
begin to thnt had : No. -- WldowaTemilon' Fund you I In the .ro..Mm. reuse, on day ru.. Inn. II.t.I.I, No. Nlu. i'
to 'lc] > with dairying. That will appear : Tlnlanm Sept. 1, 1H20 -________ 1(1( .1H Oi-t. I. to bal due ._ ____________ 18nf itf .Innunry.. A. D. 1121.7Iu. t wlao h. lat the dny .f aald, A., f. IIO.:!I,. taken. No. Ten. ., 'J

as- jou) road on. I Ifecrtpta fftirlnir month _.-______ 7.20 Bv amt collected ___ ___ .__ _____ Bradford County Telegraph la hereby na eonfi< .1.nUnn. defendant. wil MHrt. Nn. Klrvt-n. .
Wnrrnntii 1..1..0 .___ ______ .. By error and Inaolvent l.t _____u 48.HI ; d..I.n".1 aa be the, n"W'II"'r,, In. .hl.h tlila. It I. .further ordered that Ihla order be For C'"..lull.| In and fur HIP t.I..ln" JI.. .1'
ruiltllnlicd tee ,
1wi lve aucc'alveweeks I 1)1st .
i nulnnoe! rTuI.iritt
to ,
Th" Mexican boll weevil invaded 1020 .___ --
.iutul.linhih'cult week for four cniiHcciitlvewreka .
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m.lrirt No. 8 18.461 Oct. 10. to lot, due, . .___.____ prior to nuiil Srtl day of January A. I). No. On*.
I ------ In the ,
I ',ih in which is Telovraph. aflewetnl'rr 'O'
county located the
Tlnlnnce Sept. 1, 1920 _ _.__ ____ County School 1921.Wltncaa : 1 1 'ln(0'I'I r ; fMMtrli'l No. Two. .
ptibliabed and
1"i," i' nf Wesson and which depended RrcelptH durinir month ___..._-_-_..... 2.19 Or. 1. tn 1 3oI l due ._____. _____ _____870.l!! my hand and aenl of office thla lat Slntn. County N.. 'hi.'s.1)tst ,

f..i.' ''i > business and prosperity on the W.rr.n. (Mitui'd ._________--...._ __ 10 M( unit .nl."I.,1 _______ ____ _ __241841 day of 0"1..1. A. I). 191' !<>. S..I."b.r 88, 10SO rkt No. V-'our. t (. "
lal.n. Oct. I ll>20 __ ______*_______ By error < lint -___ ____ 906 BOOct. Clerk of Clreult Court W. T. WEEKS, 'Jhl. W. T. WKKKS: THu.rlfit' Nn. 1"lv. I: 1
!i' )tIOU of the cotton mill. When Ml.lrl.t No. 9 180.U fur 1.o..d County, Clerk Clreult Utrlrt No. Hlx.THnlrlrt .

I'' ''mil weevil came the Mississippi Tlnlnnee Srpt. 1. 1920 _._____--_ ____ H8.70 10. to bnl due, .___--_ _________ (Seal)tnl. v Florida. By C. A. KNIKirr. Court. No. 8,'v -n.THrlrfrt .
1..h.t. dunn month ______________ Sub 11.1,01 100d. By C. A. 1NIGI1', ) IVputy Clock N. Plfrht.DlMtrlct ,',,
I i"; and woolen mills closed. Wes- linnm! .________________ 10.8 Oct. I. to V,nl d'le, ___._ __ _______. qA'( l> (, . ISFIJ.. No. Nine. ,
> \.i-. In the throes of anticipated tinlnnca! Oct. I. 1920 -___ -.__ __ "v unit collected __._____.___.__ 67081Bv (I RI.FR A. l'OWFRS.' 1. AnKINR.' Complnlnnnt. 10-1-61-10.21) IKr.trlet' No. Klnvnn.
fii! Dlmrlrt No. 10 81.3 error, ami! 'Innnlvent hut' _______ 1(160(4 Rol.lh'r fu Coniplii'nnnt. 10.8-131-12-81 R.I."ln f. In tomltnony ,'h..r. I hove brrmmtn utrtmv
iMlamity other
just as towns Tlnlnnco Sort. 1. 1P20 ___ __________ 2 ---- l h.""| nnd, AlI'lKod 3 lie Grrnt sic) of th
t",' MI t' p nd (If one or two lines of in- "....11'1. d"ln. month ----------..--- J7.. Oct. 10. to bnl. ilue ________ __...____ UIIEI (F SEUVI; ( K It'.' PrllLICATfOV ORDFII rOt PUBLICATION Htntff of I1orlffn, lit TallnlmPH? Ili0 (. ..

01"''i :try" chiefly lire confronted with __ ___.........__ I Tnttil Suh School Clreiill Court of i the State Florida, In Cnur. Rlnt. of Florida, F.ltrhthJlldlrlnt hiSs I lint Iwo.lp.rourt tiny of August A. D.
Bnlnnee Ort. 1. to hol due ._ ___ __ .___ In for Brailfortl, o I itlO.
'I. Oct. 1. 10SO _____________ 22H.B2 77880Tv .n. County* ( County, Jn Clinneerv. .
, .--iti: .'nrcl ndver ity. Wesson was IIirlct No. U I nmt ..1.1.1 __. _.______ _____ tIlt 47 .. 1..Mor ir. CLAY (I A WI"ORn.

Ih I) ,-.1\1\ to be ,dead. It seemed no. but TTnlnnro S<-,1 I. 1020 ______ ____- Bv error .. lint .____.____ 202."' <1. If. Bi-avent, 'n.. R.) Rverolurjr of fit at*
J..I.t. d"ln. month ________.__. Complainant. Complninant.v To W. .?. FI'I'I'RO: !
It: \I :. 't. I..d .._________._________ 4.70 Orr. 10. .bal .1..". _____________. ______ Jena. J. ChrUtlanaon. vt nl.. I J Mh.rlr. 1'ord( Cnunt/. l 9-R.9t-l0-11

.5i-i" ra] farmers In the vicinity Of 1.I.nro( Oct. 1. 1020) ___________.____ 193.70 Intercut and KlvtMnv, Fund ftneelat Road and Di'fi-ndnnta, Mary E. Bi'nvera.
Mxtrlrt N.,. Irdv Dlntrlrt No. I NOTICE TO KNOWN DKFKN" ANTS Di-fondnnt.
Weon were engaged\ the business nnlnnoe Sept. 1. 1020 __ __1____.___ 2R2 53 ('4t. I I. In ',nl --- __._.._ ____ __21"79P1 To Jena. J. Cliriallnnaon. K.; L. Itoi'.,. A. I '.nln. "fhl.1 apicn'1td to the HIM OP COMPLAINT

of il.Living: in a small way, it is true. Tteeelirtu during month .__ _.1....__ DO 00 By error and Imolvent lint _-__ __ -2I87D21- I! 7.. Adblna. fltirten 11. Corlmtt and OeoriraChrlatianaon. flli'd .* , raitae that MaryK. In tlm Circuit Court r>f M rliU. c, ,
Th Wnr.o' 'iHHUfd --._ ___;___...__ 2000 tho ,rv-vlilenoe of .h"m., each and llcavera, tit, defeiidHnt therein mimed Klfrhth: JudicIal' .
i wore shipping a few gallons! of 1.I.n.o Oct. I. inao -- ------------ 8JS.IS3 Oct. 10. to bnl ,I".____________________ every, la unknownI I la a nun-realiliml nf tho; State of Florida, an.I ford County In Ctmnoery.(Irlit. 1.0.
mill .laily from that town to New Or- IXntrlrt No. 1 Interrat and Rlnkln. Fund Speelnl' Steed and la hereby 0.1.... that you and each of .he I. a rt.
I" ,,, This small TlnloTien, R.t. 1. 1920( ______._______ 111.0R llrliloo Illntrlrl No. I ,. appear to tile 11' of oU"I.III"t flo" here K.n..., and I over thn air. 65
business, in the Ttfrelnu, durlnir month ________ __ l.f)5 Ort. 1 1. to lial due ____._. _- ___ ___Sill ( in atrNinM you In Hhove entillod rl".O on of t".nl..n. ynra : la Ih.n.rne orderedthnt John Alctanir< (Ornhnm JAW*
hum,, "f the town's Warrant IdnniMl, ._ __ ___ By error and Inaolvtnt Hut __ ___ thf nth ilny of A. , I
adversity, was an ..___.___. BH61.16 Ilraonilx-r. I) 1920. defendant tN and I. K n.... IS nm utt C. tAn. J. ft.Mrl .
in-j. 'lation' to the members of the Flnlmicc Oct. 1. 1920 .--------. IID.IM 7'hv Bradford County TelcKraiih la her>>hy hereby required to smear to the 1.1' of complaint .i'inor**. J. Tt. ) J. (1.
01..... Vn Oct. 10. to bnl, due ____ _________._____ d.I"nnt.1 tho n"w"n.r In which tb''. n. in saId oaua on or h..r.. Mon T. W. 'Kin. 1.1.n. Rnrl.
U'ion' Booster Club. Why not, they Tlnlnrep S"'|,it. t. 1B20 _- -.______ _. 801, 70 W. T. WF.P1KS. bn 'pulillalu-d. for *>vht cnnKeoutlve day. lh Jut dny nf November. A. I). 1U20.otherwhia 1le.. Chas Itntirr-fM. W. I..".

auk' ii. encourage the farmers of the n."I.t. durlnir month ......... .___ fin.nfi I Clerk (1",1 Court. wecka lirlor to .110 6th tap* of Ihr nllfltationa nf anld, bill will bo And 1.'rno.l. I. Mcf'Bll. I>rf"ndAnlM. ,
nit ..... iHKUrfl' ...____ ____.____ 7000 fl.'nl fly C. A, KWIOHTDeputy A. 3). 11120. taken aa o".r,.... by, anld ..r.n.IAnt. . '
\1'' \ to Increase!; their dairy herds ? ltl..,... Dn-*"_ 1-_ ItlOft -_--_.___._____ nfl. ... CI.r land en,! aeal of office thin lat It la further ordored thnt, thla order 1 liepllblltibed It ApnrArlnir Ity Sworn MM flIed In the above
| Tli'.v!" .|lid i l not stop with the question. ill.lHrl k.e !lvertlraft .n. day of A. P. 1920. nice a week for four oonaeeutlv CAM*'* thnt th. rmid.ncn of the above' named

[') 'v 'Uto it that the ]local bank > R..t. 1. 1(121) .-__--_--.____ S7.S3 FINANCIAl I. STATFMFVT OF ".ua weeka In Hoe Irnr.r. County o..r.h.' a oYri-ntlAntH. rnch of th'm. In unknown
andth. Ffeeeltita diirlttir, month ___--_ _.____ 8B.18 I MINOR (Of'TYI Clerk CircuIt' ('our In n'nc' ; (ilor ntiwaiiniicr ""hll.h.d In Hald County and, cacti of .00, being over the cue of twrninhl iAnd

merchants of Wesson "got' in Wnrranta 'laaticd ___ _________...____ Monthly flnnr.rlnl MAtpmmfc of County SlnH (' State. t.I. y.,'. .It I. t".n.rnr. "..I.t, fh..- ,
!back" of the ]local dairymen put a lotif iiiiiunce Oct. 1. 1020 __ ___.__________ '.AI County, for the mnntn. 1020. lly C. A. KNIGJT. 1'hla Stiptemlicr 26. 100 ,itrft'tiilHnlM. anl each of t'm--I l> -Andtluy '
o 1..t.m"r. )
nixtrlrt Nn. I W. T. WEEKS

( cop in the dairy business and dal- Tlalaneti Sept. 1. 1020 _.____I______ __ 12 ?I TlnlAnp R.n 1. r..1 _______flK90 41* CHAKI.HS: A. POWERS, 1.pu' Seal) Clerk rireull Court.By ) of.Complaint hh'' "Iul"'d 1n saul. r* on t or thetili !>*'_
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rM"ir" began! to pay. Wegson became PrTeipta durlnir month ___________ i pppft.plM' during month ____ __.2fll0 97 Solicitor fur Complninant. 1D-R-IU-12-\ C. A, KNIGHT. I.r. lond". tht day l nf Novnmlwr.., 10''0, '
a dairy center. Tho Warranta Ire.l ___ .- .n ...... j Wnrrnntu I 1.,1 _ ._ -_ ___ sot 7B( ..--- -- .--- 1",1, Clerk. .th..wl.. th. of HAM, It'll' of m- ,
town today has Knlunve I --- --- .1.I.n. ..
Oct. 1. 1920 __________ M. ..IOIINS.J4ohheutcr .
-_ f .PO |, Untune Ort i. tO(?<> ftfl lull PI'III.ICATION' F rlnlnt will bn eon fiiwitd l by do- ,,' <
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II .10
diury establishment capable] of ni"lrlrt No. IT i I Fin* .nd Forfeiture .FR4R In CI.t Stale Fliihlli for Complainant.. 10.I. I1iI1!
Ccurl. I.'nl.n&
handling; 10,000 gallons of milk and Peerlnta tlalance 1. 1t>20 _-__ ________ .fA "Ah.*.*. Sept. I. 1020 __ ___ _ ..___2Mfl so Jinliclul, Circuit. Bradford .f County.l'l.rldn.In ('boo'tory. III'I-R- "- If IH further ord".d' that thin I. ftnb '1!t .I,
Iurln. month ____.___ __ ft '..h.l. month : PTIII ICATION ..1.1 .
PI cam daily. Warranta 'laalled __ __ _______--_- '.M War..t Iurln.,InHUorl 'u_ .__ -__--_ _-_-_- _- .-,.- 172 1ri70 W. II. Clemoni and C. K. Clemona In CIrcuit C""r. State of 1"I.rhl.. F.larhlh,' llnhnd f ric'"lh A ItrHtirord week for tw.tvi, . ,ciitlvWtrkn ''

The Jackson ( Miss.) Daily News n.lnnr. Oct I.rilatrlrt 11120 __ --_ ___ -.__ 2.4S 1' .".* . 1. 120 ___ .__ -_2RRnA( P nnrtnera di.lnir btialneaa' under thv \ Judicial. ,. County, In Chan. ni WMfiAM" .'r riiilillrhid.. In said Cnnnty connlr Tfli'irrttfih. mid wtnt a. '
No. crY 1,\
telling of the of 1 I Vtr *l Fund firm l.m. anil, style of Clem ,"* Thin loth dny of AuvuNt. A. II. iwn.( .
saving the of
town IB20 _ J. W. and J. W. An.
1. __ _
O.rr"t R.t. ____ 71.t. /' |, Pnlnnr* Ri-rt. I. 1020( __ ___ And.w.
ln5 1
i Wesson, says: "More money is paid durin. month ._____._______ 22.04 i durlnir, mnnth?___ __ -.___-. I"t.. ,drew. Jr. dulnir h".ln. un 1'1 (Ri-Al" w. T. WPPK; : .

the dairymen monthly than was ever I w.r.nt., I..u. ___ __. ._____.______ 'I".h.t.. ,* I.."." _ ___. ._.._._-- l.fl.41 va tho, (firm nnmn and style of > By Clurk C .A. (1..1' rAIn. 7 ,

Paid out by the Mississippi mills at Ov.rd'ur. Oct l>1.l.trict 192/No.____II____ __ 47.78 Ttnlnnr. Ort. 1 OiitMtAmdlnff 1fl2rt .'_,.Fund_-._ _____. lfiff.22 A. K. Rilverihorne the nnmn of dolnir Miirllna bushnousunlor Mill W. Andrew A B-M-int-ll-B. I 1"'I"y< Cl.-rk. .

any time during one month." O..r".n't, Sent., I. 1WO _________-_ IIHR I Pnlnncr Pont. 1. 1020 ___ __ ___ __ 87 M Company, and W. E. Silverl'iorn, -
Tfecelitav ,
What's | duln. month __.___________ 481B TfWptnM$ month __ ,._..._.._ I..n. a""II., rt .1. NfTI'F.fl FI.fTION: '1
the moral ? We will not .."" _ ._ ._ __ w. 1..ln. 1..t"nln"t.I Defendant. .u i>t ivtf) unfl-r
-- -- 817 rmnt . _____. _..________ appi-arlnir' by ,-" to the .
draw it, but permit every farmer in Ov.rd""r Oct. 1. IOL'0 ._____ ______ 7.D7 a jnnlnnc t Oct. 1. 102f( _e. ._ ___ 87R." "II IlIad I In the nlxivuHilnted .IH"cnuae, Hint A. It appearing by affidavit nppi'nilid (o the 1tit ronMtltuiInn of ISMS, of tli.** Hut of ."\ I
niMrlct. No. :. bill fil*>d 'In the nhnve atnted cnuae that Ran. Florida, did ono Joint.I.tlnn| pro.

Florida who reads this to do his own' lllllanca Sept. 1. 192A _- __._2__.___ _14a.fifl I Tintnnr. Sr I.Dmlniff 1120* __ Fund_.___. ____ lien RI.Mrthnrnr.. dIng Mill Comtianv LunhH, and 1..1.W.. 'h K.. aom Heynoltla, Die di>fi.liilant t..I.. named ''. ng An Ami>.nilmnnt. to tlm CriiiHtltutlon of
thinking; especially if he is in a posi Feeeipta durinir month ____..___..___ "I nplntii ". month ______ .____-____ 120 PO Rllverthorno.. the Ihernin la a nnn-realilf-nt nf the State 1'.1.11.., and the Stat. of FUirldft And th.* ..m. WAN agreed] ,

tion to ret into a business that is on- Wn.nt (nailed, ____________.____ __ S.ftO w."nt. .o'n.l 1.,1 ______,_.____...__ .. n", d.r'n" '. .r Florida., nnm..I.cud that, be, la a ..I..nt nf . orvla.antl to, by A v.t. of thrffflfth .f till the niem. '" .
ly Just started H.lnn.. Oe. I. 1020 _-___ ___ ____ 14a. H Ttnlnnr 102ft ___ ____ ._ 120.00 they n. r.hl"AI." of lailH* ravcsnotu Itatik ,la over the .I. of twanty-on 1..1 t. It lM>' circled, to rnnh hounoi thai the vot<* nnnal'l I
la tbereftirn
in this state-dairying. niatrirt No. tl WlfiWn Prniilnn and TruHt Huililinir. (;limrfflM, or..d that said' .' >ntibfcntliint Jnlnt Iti'Doliitlnn were upon thaI l lmtpfctlvft

The demand for fresh milk is cnornious Halnnee) Sept. 1. 1020 __--_ _____ tHl/ O..I.'t R..t. 1. 100 _Lend__ .___.. 1a ore over the ..' of Inv.nnnh.twenty ,u yeui'Bi, It urd la be hereby required" to apprar iTourtinln. with the ycp And nays ,.'
durinir to
of filed In
aaitlrauao I hrrcon.
Itecelnta month __ And did d't'rrnin.
ettmplttlnt And dIrect'
--_ ( they ((
\ flcre't.te tlmt all non-n-altlt-nt 1)0)
; the present supply is wholly Warranta 'laauetl __._ ___.__.__.. 8,80 2,2 d.rln.l.nii,'H mnnth_ __.__.______..____ _-_ 100 oWnrrAntii th..r.r ft-ndant h..r""nd. inarl.nunte. |has the example of Wes.( lltilance Oct. I. 1020 _______________ Hnlanco Oct. 1 I. ] 02f ,.?_ _-___ _--_ 184.8Ro.t.h.r 8Rn fear to the bill. of nom-iln'nt tn nldceuao".r. A. I'. 1920, .Ihorwl., the alteration tht .I.n. of the "..t. At the ,
11.,1 ,
80n, niatrirt No. -- of aid bill) will lie taken con- l In N .v .fnrM-r. 100. .
anything for Florida ?-TimesUnion. Tlnlane 1. 1020 ___ I__ __ __ 1H4B4 TlrnHford. 1. 1020. November.on or A.I.rore I M-uulae.oihvv/i-ie' th-i the.titty lillw-! of N-aacd hI.. .1 defendant.It . JI.tnn, TIIRRRFOKp; I. H. (la CRAW.T'TtHO. .

Pecelnta duln., month ___._.___ flft.nft Stuff (nunt.' .. tr.iil.ia nf raid Mil 1920.wMI I"!' laS>o m .. la further ordored that title order be f..n.. of *AtAt of ,. fltut of "
I Warrant ___ __ ___ ontle a w..k for four conavcutlv KlorltlA vice th
----. 1.1 --- --- 20s6 T rrrtlfy thut thr i .1.l y 4 .in. .1 1".11.1..0 h..h" n.Un. .tCDNfCHAL a
I h..b. tfolncr ptAtpm'ntof
Tlalance Ot. 1020 ___ ___ ____ 14.24 t" .. the County anrweici.'r :
"Wha' does the rrrpfftA and It la further tlmt thU order l>epubllahed Ir.I.rd T..I..h. :
of the
dl.b" t o.I..t .
your father do for niMrirt In said and
a No. 29 "
]ii 1\ fund of n'.*tfnrd C.unl. for the mnf f , .n.. a w..k for four rnwenutlv "ohl..d . will n. held In each
Wnlane. *
7" Pent. Stale
tug nskej 1. Itt'nt! ______._
41711 .
little ] In ,
one thw Bradford '
girl. Oiiiu'v
Peceinla durinir month __ ______ R ntumhrr. 1920. |I. .,.And correct to the I..t . Ti'letiraiih. ani.wsg.up'r This September 26, 1020. TiiMtLur nol . '
He takes up the collection in our Warranta 1..u..1 _____ ____-__ ______ 24.18 of my h nnwl.I. Anil bolt.?. piiMliiliii'd. in aaid County ..0 W T. WEEKS: Noveiher, A, I 1. 1'20.( ,

.hitt'i'h." was the" prompt reply. riulnnce 0. 1920 ._____ ._____ 7no.n IU2 (SItAT.(4 W. o WKKKS.. fl.t. September, 2D. 1)45) I. (Seal, ) -Clerk Circuit Court. log the FL"CTI:1:1"
Clerk r-* 't rnnrt.nrAdf 1'11. SECOND OAT
Ol.t.' No. By C. A.
Tfalance Sept. 1. 1920"......I_____..... 12605 I .f1 County. ( tu.Ol'-rk. WKF.KS. KNIH'r., Clerk for the pacificatIon or i
Now Pat, yould you sooner lose Tneetpta durIng month __________.__ ny C. A. KWTOHTTVntitir 11.I. C. flretilt' Court.By R M. JmINI.S.I.I. Joint flcftoltitlon" ""' nl
:yOUr Warranta leaned __ __ 8R.n Clrrk. to ConiititutJon, of
money or your life ? ______...___ Clerk 1.1 Complainant. 10.1.51..Ifl,29 : .
i Why Ttalance Oct. I. 1020 _-____________ A. 7. AI.KINS.S.h'tnr '.,
me loife ye honor; I want me 1)1.1 rice Ne. 14.0M I ORHFH FOR PillS A JOINT' flKflOLUTION PropoMln' .
lIon,')' for me old, Balare? Sept. J. 1B20 I 5041 Tn r'our. State of 1(4TIOS.. for C.m.I.ln.nt 10.1 M I I" 21 OKOrn FOR l'ITUrATn" I Aoifmlmrnt' to H*,ctlon A of Article IX of the.
: ate( treeelnt I durlnir month--:::-.:::::.-:=: SA.Ofl I ,. .(1..1(t.ult. n.dror. .Ior.. In Fh.h.h --- Jufllclnl In Circuit' Court,. .II.. Kltrhth Cotmtltutlon ,.r the State of Florid Itl.Un.

Warranta laaued ____ ______ _.___ 48.47 I *.. ( NOTICE OF FINAL DISCIIAKfiE Circuit County, In Chnr to TaxatIon and FlnAnn
:Mrs. "<'usen Hohm ; What is your llalnnc Oct. I. 1920 __ _________ Bfl.OO ,,0. 8 Rotten.Comnininunt.. I Sixty daya after dote hereof, I, I the undertimed MAID ry. | luke Tin. It Jt.'enied) by the l.egIe.tue' % of the
ami' ? fllatrlcl No. I I na adminlHtralor of the .t.l. of M. Rlnt' of FlorldAt

Dalane 8-nt. 1. 120 ____I______.___ 1M.RB I C. Croft deceaaed. will present my vouc) .,. Complainant.Jim ThAt the loln'n.' Amendment tr> Sertlti
Appli. for Cook : MlM Arlington. F'ecelrtfa, durinv mnnth ..._.____.__ Da!.. Patten. I and final! aeentinta V the t.n..hl. O u. A. Luke v* ft of ArtIcle ,. ConntMution of th.

( :4lrs. 11. Ii.: Do Warranta 1..0 ___.__.._..___...._.. 4.1 n..n".nt I I Oardiner. County, Jti'ltfe of 11.0', (Dunl. BtAt of Florid lntlnir to tAxatton And fl.
: you expect to be tin lance 11420 ____.________ IfHMW It ..nrln. bv affidavit appended to the Klorlfla and ask t b. .. aa "lh nt.nt.. n.... ,In hrrt'hy agreed to and shall h* ab.
lJi81 by
raIled Arlington ? hill mlnialralor.Thla ar. I ,'aniiearlnir "I"n.1 .I".n".d the nilitt'd, to the electors .
[ ni'trlct No. I "1.1 In the ahnv. atatcd eauae. that Dalav filed In the t of the &w for Adop ,
l Appicant]' : No ma'am not if Balance Sept. 1. 1D20 ________._____ 8.aa ". the nave> an ; you *f eelpt durin. month .____. flfl.flz rraldent nf the Stat of and cnneeala'. F. PKARCB. I I. tli.n hold hn..r. hAt IH to way thiit, See-
alarm ---- of the
'Ior"a. Stat
r. clock in my room. Warranta ____.________ ...... 1>0.7 her etf an that nroflena of . eannnt li* Administrator of Relate of C Croft.Meeeaaed. that a n.n..I..nt la a realdent of the of 1.1.11..Bruna tlnn fl of Arl.l. 0 of lbs Conntltutfon of the

r.I I Ov.rdnf 1. 1020) __________ JIR1"'lr.t erved ilnon bee, .tit I. over the aea of twen 0-R.9t-1it-8 wick, Stat. nf Georgic and twn the aa-e State of Florlla It* amended seed .
Rut, No. ty- in* veara ; It I. therefore ordered that '"! 1.10"
doctor 1 cat -- - of It la therefore ordered
lay tongue' you told me to put Ollt Kalane* Sept. _......-__. 101 8R non.rmldent dcfindiint l>e and la herehy re- NOT'F .FI"AI. thnt tw.nty.aaid non-realdcnt,. years' : defendant, lie and ,lahereby | H The Iglgia5ue, Bnntl hnv now.
and you haven't loolcl 'eeeitna donna month __ _ tn annear to the hill of rnmi.latnt filed' .. ff for
d i even -- 71.0S o"l.r h... required, to appear to the bill of complaint I.m Innulnv only
* at it.I W..e.nt .u. __ ____.__.-.--__._ .11 ..u. rn or before Monday the 6th atoned, adminIstrator of the estate of 11.... flIed, In said eanae on or befor* Monday for the purrxMt of rnpnlUnw fl.t.. 1.1. *IIP*-
I QUit: right' n.l.n"! Ot. 1920 _________-_ 18IS.88 .t. December. A. P. 11)20 ntherwlao theallepatlnna tee Wynn late of Bradford county Florida, the lat day of Novemlwr. A. U. 1920.otherwise ; |. .In. Innorrrrllon, or for th. . of
madam. wanted time DI'r.t N*. ef ..Id bill. will taken a* con- will preaent my vfiuehera and .. or Ifindfl "r. l Issrd
of said bill
I b will .n.ln. rl"o"ln. -
?" WfIt. nnlanre Sept. ____________ fpened hy aald In.1 tb. .1..tlo. b .I..d.
r my prescription. If2n _. 150.10a..reiie ancnunta to the lion. 0.0. A, Oardiner.; taken .. .".' .d defendant.It lower .I tntriit or for *''iiurpr
, duln. month _.___ ___..__ 1.01% la. further ordered that thla order he Judire of Bradford county and uk further. ordered.11 thla order' tietiuhllfthed | ' Warrant ____ .............. a week for four b F'lorl. loir
\ Iur puhl.. .n. eonaeeutlv t dlaehanred aunts a four conaecutlv A system of rood insole And "
Johnny w..k
., I married your father be- 1.lnn.* 0 1920 __-________ 11.1 the flradford County Telewranh. a Thl th. 8th dat of 1120, w..k. In the nn..Bradford County 1.1 Teleirraph a throughout thl Stale under such .ul.tlo."rhll'I 4
T 4!f" saved me from 'H..or N*. A newaoa er nuhl... In aald County and 8tat. ". newapaper publlMhad In saul County and I AH niAy b* prmnrlh by An Ant of the I 0> ,
1 I drowning. Ralanr 1. __ ____________ 54 48"eeelpla ThIs 1920 Administrator of (HlAtitr ,
)) ',. t hat'. 1..1 O.tol. 2. 111* Eatat. of Heater Wynn. .... r-rovl"l.dt that Any bond lw,,,. AU.thnrlxod .
why Pop always] tcllin' month _____ ___-___ 28.80 W. T. WTTFKaJ. 10-8.9t-12-l September 26, 1020. In ptirsuancs for A pyntwm of
, ''I' riot t.' (to: aswimminVom Worrnl Imued .-.__ ______ ___ 18.28 (Seal) Clerk CirruS Court 0..0. 111. W. T. WEEKS good, nmil bnr.t | not In
I. 1020 ___________ .1 Ir'< .h.1 .e.
1.I.n.e Or .-_ 100.1 By C. A. KNfORT"atp NOTICF. HP APPLICATION FOR TAX bEEn (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. Amount flue ( per ..nt. h. Intel AH.
1 ; l'" N II Clerk. Mrnfnt of the AtAt At the time of l.. .
I By C. A.
'. tipPoce! you carry a memento of "'_.I.n. S < h.t. month .._._____ _. for .
sort in dorln. nd-70 Cm"I.ln.n1 1039.41-12-8 E M JOHNS. Amrndmrnt And th canvass. rivrlA
that Notice
,. locket of yours ? Warrant* I..d __ _ __ !> heif'by given that loover Ren. r At Ion And th
. y .
; -- 6.1 liurehmera of Tan Certificate No. dared Solicitor for 10-l-6t-10.2H rrturnii .roof. .h.1 \\nt pubj tma 12(1 Cm"I.ln.nt.
lock I. 1920 _
of 1.I.n. _ 90.R' the .
husband'sB Ot. Hum
my NOTICE the t r..I.U.o. ,
ii.iir. tth nay of A. t). Ikl8 h filedpaid .lrl.l"n. n 1
Otobr lat. 1920. Nolle. l riven that the Au.ut. r provided I. lw fur I In
BRAproin b.nb uno..n.d. certineal my offIce and mad ORDER FOR ."nerl .h.etnn.
; UI ,," r husband i. still alive ? STATE OP rOINT.. of Cora Cltarlea,I. ( .. admtnlatrmtrix .eatat application for tax* deed to laau In In Clreult C.ur. ",PUHUCAnO". .. Eighth th StAt of FlorldA IN TESTIMONY
: 'f',. bu Canon. rieee.Ke on December with law ftnhrace the fol- Judicial '. WIIRFOJ.
.1. County In Chan
t certify that the ..rIR..t
his hair is all gone ment b..bp nf the I..nln. *"fh I*. 1HO. .t ID neloek In the forenoon of said' lowing dons, bed allualed In Brad- cery.Charle. 1 have hmwunto '
.% the R..lnt. and, nf day will prett and< m.". a Sod return to fort) (lurid,"I"rp., I W. And Affined the CIrcuit S.A! of
I OTcE TO lfn' rf Pmrtford ffth the Honnrahle fieonre A. Ix .eount.. . I'eepic ffPA t.) th. RtV ii f FlorldA, At TA*
r Gardiner. County II. II of In .
< .."' .. liFHTORR CRCDiTo R of September. 1020. la true and correct the ( ( III Klalna'l C.m lahaass.. the .
* J t Judre of Bradford County Florida at hi. Add to .. belnaaaaeaaed pl.ln.nt C Pit.. thin th.
of A. beat
of I
.or i mv knowledge and belief l&rh. T.
&. V
I.t. chamber twenty Iff hth
In the of day of July A.
l said county In at the .
S. "" -re H..for .un'y.trwlr For. de Superlntndent E. R. rorPEI.L. the Town of Cu"h.. .. of her report In the nam d.w of t.M.I.u.n.Tereaaa.tvlton.o.h cerllflcal Texas Pveplea.Defendant.. f>. IVin.H. .
t 1.1 of Public Irutruetlon. I CLAY
0 and adminiatratrlx CRAwFORD.62.Itl029. .
of Bald tlnlea aald
.unt .uh *
.rll".t I. affidavit appended to the
.h.1 u.d I .I..rnl Secretary of Btat.

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visitors Hampton Thursday.Mrs. G. W. Andreu and family, of New \ ]list this week I

Bradford County Telegraph Burrows and children, of River, were vh.ith'lr here Sunday. Muck Johns, of New River, was inuur

.. Starke, pent day or two' hero last: Miss Edna Baxter spent the weekend ,, j burg last week. Let's be FriendsA
- _-.- .--- --. week with relative with her parents. A large crowd attended prayermeeting I

utUsher! Wcvl ly, and entered a. eeet' Mr. and Mrs Lawton Baylor, oft\ Misses Grace and, Leta Fogg spent'the '' I, at \Mr. and \Mrs. Sam Crews

..d dan matter at the pout-office it Brooklyn! were visitors here Satur week-end at their home at Gra- Wednesday night. I\
Florida.K. '! E. R. Poppcll passed through our ,,

.,htarke. day.Friday night a social affair was I ham.Revival] services will begin at the 1 burg last week. |I
'= -- Owner.- given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Baptist church next Tuesday night by Sunday school at Lung Bridge every I friend posted on money matter is mighty con
MATTHEWS.. Editor and number of theyounger the pastor Rev. II. E. Ridenour. ( Sunday afternoon at 4:30.: Everybody
Sullivan. Quite a 1 venient at times. And the better you know that friend
and I Jake Roberts and little son, of Graham attend. .
people were present Rev-I __ _--- ..-_- uHIGHLAND -- I the more useful he will be to
I -.r. h 1<, ,. ..... 1- oral interesting!! !games! were were in here Tuesday morning you.

l L _T'I'' *''. ,' " The feature of the evening was an I J I Mrs. S. J. Kelly spent TuPsday In'I I, Make friend with your bank now. Then when

n "advertising party," Miss Daisy I I I Starke. -
Moore winning the prize. Deliciousand ; Frvd Hazen was in Starke Tues-1, Highland Oct. 29.-C. M. Click, of the time comes and you have an important money mat.

DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL refreshing! lemonade and cake day.G.. Jacksonville was here Thursday. i ter that you would like to talk over with some one,

ELECTORS 'were nerved by Mrs. Sullivan and B. Colson was in Lake Butler I Mrs. H. C. Wimberly entertained i really well informed about such things you will have a
I Mrs. E. A. Gained. At a late hour Monday afternoon attending to busl- the Ladies Aid Society of the Southern I
Martin Caraballo. P. W. Corr the guests: departed for their respective ness agairs.! | Methodist church from Lawtoy on friend whose judgment will be valuable to you-your

Charles" E. Jones. W. V. Knott. homos. reporting a jolly good: Chester Andreu and Miss Collins, j i, Thursday afternoon. Among: those bank.
J. G. Sharon. G. B. Wells. time. Among those present, were, Sunday afternoon present were Mesdames L. II. Hill,
of New River, spent!
Misses Rhoda Bennett, Est(>nc Wood- here. Chas. Dinkins, Talley Godwin, Boyer, It is a part of our daily business to keep posted in

STATE ROAD SYSTEMIS ; nrd Daisy Moore, Minnie Hagan: Ger J:. T. Stewart spent the week-end HighKniith, Walker. Harlcy.Misses regard to general conditions, money matters and in
tie Swindel, Kathleen Packham. Eunice here. I \ Rosie and Dora Carter; were vestments.

Bennett, Messrs. Cecil Moore, E. J. Ward and family spent Sun- shopping in Starke Saturday.
Way to Get Immediate Results In to Bill Hall, Samuel Woodard, Jim Phil day afternoon with relatives of Pine I IJI Miss Jennie Prescott visited relatives Come in today and get acquainted.

Adopt Bonding AmendmentIt lips Willis! Swindel, Lee Burrows and] ill. | at Lawtey'Saturday.G. .

others Remember to attend B. Y. P. U.I I 11. Barker and H. C. Wimberly,
has been said by the
all that opposition
amendment Blanton Owsley was a business vis- next Sunday night as a special] program Jr., motored to Starke Saturday.Mrs. "
to the state bond itor to Palatka Saturday.Mrs. has been arranged. David Lang went to Jackson

t r no evidence automobile lias been license offered fund to show will Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton Be sure and attend the Tip Top literary ville Thursday to attend the funeral LAKE BUTLER BANKState

that the was the guest of relatives herea society this afternoon.Mrs. of her nephew Wm. Woodard, who
t not pay all of the interest, refund the few days Inn week H. S. Warren was in Worthington was accidentally killed Wednesday..The .

bonds and furnish the of maintenancefor permanentstate Kyle King of Lake Park Ga., Friday afternoon I I Black Creek Union meetingwill County District and City Depository \

an adequate system spent the week-end here with his Murphy Price was in Graham last be held here at the Baptist church LAKE BUTLER FLA.

roads of mathe brother, It. M. King. Friday afternoon. j I this week beginning: Friday and ending I
It is a simple question fund G. M. Bennett was a visitor to the Mr. and Mrs. L. Morgan and chil-l Sunday with dinner on the groundall I I IWe've
matics. The automobile license
county seat Saturday.J. of Gainesville, were in town on three days.
will do the work here as economical in other D. Pry, of Hampton was a visi- Sunday. i I \Mr and Mrs. John Padgett, of .
stales and it is the most __
little afternoon '- ----.---- Jacksonville the week-end here
construction.On tor to our town Sunday spent
yet offered for road FIVE MILE with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
November 2nd, the states of '
and Ben Hall Is visiting relatives at Griflls. ,

Florida Minnesota will Missouri vote on, the Virginia question of Earleton Beach and Waldo for a few Five Mile, Oct. 29.-B. L. Duke ]left Miss Ollie Marr visited relatives at '

state bonds for roads. Many other days ]last week for Plant City and other Starke Sunday.G. Got
elates have already adopted the sys Johnnie Williamson, of Hampton,, points of interest. j I W. Parker, of Gainesville, spent eDl

tem. Throughout the nation it is the was the guest of friends here Sunday F. R. Drawdy and family have gone!: ,, Sunday here with his family.

recognized economic system of financ- afternoon. to Kathleen where he has secured a'' The Bradford county school opened

ing road construction and mainte Saturday night: Mrs. R. \M. King entertained position. |I west of here Monday morning with a

a large number of folks, the B. J. Thomas is getting: ready to good: attendance Miss Eldredge Reddish -

nance. tires of saying occasion being given in honor of her grind cane. of Lawtey is principal.
The opposition never I
husband's The Marcus Brown, of Starke was attending
32nd anniversary. Prof. Futch Saturday in
the will have too spent -
that" legislature house was decorated with Hallowe'en : : to business here Wednesdayand Any make of used car, you desire, at right
much authority if the bond
paces, but they du not say that colors and Japanese lanterns. The R. B. Page, of Taylor county, is via Thursday. prices, delivered to your door, without obligationon
tables set in the front James Sheppard spent the weekend
dining !
iting his sister Mrs. D. L Blume.L. .
the has the authority ,
legislature now
': to fix a levy on the real and personal yard where it had been decorated for G. Johnson and son, Rowand, with his family at Lawtey. your part to buy. We will pay your expense,

the occasion with the colors used andpretty spent Sunday in Lake Butler I, -- if prefer to and
1 property of the state for building good you inspect buy a car at our
r roads for an amount equal to, or vases of lovely roses and wild Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle were the DOn OSDob..I

.I than all the bonds that could I, flowers. Candles were used for lights: guests! of Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Blume establishment.Write .
'. greater and a bountiful birthday supper was Sunday. Oct. 29-Miss, Kathryn Pekoe -
be issued under the amendment. The
'I, G facts are, the bond amendment mere. I served Including a pretty birthday Evan Dodge: of Brooker was the teacher of Dobson school was a us today for full particulars.
business visitor Lake Butler Sat-
ly gives the legislature authority to j I cake with 32 beautiful burning!! can- guest of friends here Sunday. I to
dles. The guests' were served supper Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Parrihh spent'' urday.
systematize expenditures, no that suf.ficient
can be secured to build a I by Mrs. R. \M. King and \Mrs E. A. the week-end with relatives in the Mrs. Bessie Johnson and daughter, !
Gaines. Later on delicious ice cream :Miss Agnes, attended services at i
complete system pf state roads and tI Pine Hill section. t i I
maintain thorn without and cake was nerved, and at a late Mrs. Lizzie Green and children visited Swift Crock Sunday, \
properly j I hour the guests departed for their her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B..1, Charlie Shaw wan a visitor to this ) A. SAGER
.., ng a burden < 'do it at once I homes, reporting that they had thoroughly Thomas last week. ..het'tton Sunday afternoon. I 1 I
I enjoyed the occasion and wishing I Mr. and Mrs. Lennon Johnson were |
!! T. J. Rimes WAS a business visitor
i They say that wo have no right to t i 220-222-224 W. Adams St. Jacksonville, Fla.
assume that the U. S. government will /: Mr. King: many more happy birth. here Saturday. guests of Gordon Johnson last Sun-1 I

continue its aid to the states Weanswer days. L. S. Dekle and J. M. Mott of Lake I, clay. I Phone 4517. References Peoples Bank of
that for 20 years the sentiment I ]H. S, Roebuck( has accepted employment ] Butler, were here Monday.] I I I Mr. and Mrs. Oad Dobbs, of Sapp
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jacksonville.
in every state in the union hast at Brooklyn. Mrs. P. P .Dekle was shopping
y Charlie Phillips, of New River was Lake Butler Monday. . .. Dobbs Sunday. II
been growing stronger strongerfor
I federal: aid: and confident I with homefnlks Saturday night!! and Tommie Thomas has moved into the Messrs. Clarence and Marshal Dobbs
we are
of Baker county were business vies\-
Sunday house recently vacated by F R. Draw
that not a member of the U. S. senate tors to Jacksonville Monday and Tues
or congress: today would have been ( Arthur Bennett, of Winter Park,, dy.Lon
fleeted had he opposed federal aid for( spent Sunday with friend and reintives. Dukes, of Kathleen, was hereon day.G. visited his -
W. Hurst dauR'htertrll. ,
roads In his district. It is a nation. a visit last week.
!\ Wilson of Baker
wide demand. J. V Jones of Hampton and Mrs. Aulter Boyd was a business visitor Bryan, county '

e The U. S. government has already Ethel Kite, of Starke, motored thru here Tuesday.Mrs. Sunday. GENERAL INSURANCE
Misses Gertrude Fannie and Daisy
adopted the system, has made two appropriations here Sunday afternoon. Mae Willis, of Brooker, visited '
Denmark visited their sister
has under its supervision -I P. M, Geiger: has bought the farm her father, Mr. Boyd last week. Mrs.lFred I
the construction of thousands of from I{. M. King: and expects to move Tuck Dowling. of Raiford, and Geo. Hurst, of Dobson, Saturday

miles of roads in connection with the here BOOM where he will conduct his Douglass: of Ft. White were guestsof night. I
I various states. business lie has received his supply \\\Irll. B. L. Duke last week.A. Mrs. Noah Shaw and sister Miss ,I, STARKE FLORIDA
Era Belle Addison of Raiford
I Our government never forsakes a I groceries; and canned goods and expects R. and W. M. Dekle were guests: were
constructive policy, it never storm In to have it stocked full within a of relatives and friends here Saturdayand the guests: of Mrs. Susan Shaw Sun FIRE LIFE BONDS, AUTOMOBILE

4 short while. The people of our community Sunday. day.Mr.
middle of and
the a project, we can
Mrs. Shaw visited
rest assured that the government will can then find all necessary or. L. H. Futch and T. J. Dukes were and Bert .
: his mother Mrs. S. E. Shaw Sun-
ticks when wanted business visitors to Lake Butler last .
I continue its appropriations until a being!! a great convenience r
definite highway system Is complete. i to this section week. day.G.
: A. made business
The method of the government: has I''I' Melvin McKinney: of Jacksonville, P. 0. Dukes, of Dukes was here on Lake Johnson Butler a tripto 1\\
been to require the appropriations offered spent a few days here during the business Monday
to the states to be met on a week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Parrish and children. Es- M. H. Hurst was attending to busi- $10,000.00 MAN WANTED
W. telle and Rooney were the week-end ness in Lake Butler Saturday.
C. McKinney.BKOOKEK ,
r 50-fO basis. It U up to the voters 011.
William D. Hurst visited his brother -
guestsof Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Par
their the \
Florida to by voto on
Judson Hurst of Palestine Sat.
amendment whether the ]legislatureshall : rish. We want an exclimlve denier In every county In the State to nil Matthewi Full

meet federal aid by direct tax I Mr. larding!!, of Nichols, was visiting urday Automatic Llirtit and Power Dante for country home t In .ucce.iful use for twentyyean. ,
ation which will necessarily be very Mrs.. I. W. Pinholster, Jr., spent friends here last wee. Jesse Wiggins and Owen Moore If you are the sort of man who can interest ownera of country home, f...- .

high: or by bonds that can be paid off part of last week visiting relatives in Ranee Parrish leftTuesday for were in this section Sunday after. men dairymen and merchant In town. without electric light In high grade equipment f
noon. of unuuntlonable merit we have a proposition Involving an Investment of ''
I Alachua. Kathleen where he has secured
with all of the Interest: by the automobile a position I'
I Mrs Emily Hurst and daughters only I about $1,000 that will open up for you a permanent, profitable bualnen which
which T. C. fnuieii was a visitor to Jack .
license fund is tho
e' progressive sonville Susie, Nita Alma and Arvie, visited will expand .automutloally.. by/ year./ Writ WI for detail. Including donorlptlnn 'i'or ;
,' method used in many other Friday. her sister, Mrs. Susan Shaw of Baker your sales method which Innuro the success of Matthews dealer. '
states I Mrs G. W. Beville spent the weekend

Saying nothing: of the increased de. : at Trenton with, relatives] county Sunday. roe LAURA STREET JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
velopment of the state with a definite I L. Johns and R. T. Ostren were business Long: Bridge!! Oct. 29.-Mrs. II, O.

t state system of roads, it is cheaper to visitors to Starke Wednesday Rivers has been ill for the past several

have them than to be without them. afternoon days. WEAK NERVOUS,

161 The automobile owner will save many Mr. and !Mrs. I. W. Pinholster] Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Johns and Miss Mrs. N. T. Powell was the guestof home Sunday, after a visit with her

times the cost of his license (which and Miss Mary Rawls] were in Worthington Ruby Johns were visitors to the State ALL RUN-DOWN Mrs. M. H. Hurst Thursday afternoon son Cleveland Sullivan, of Theresas.

pays the bill) every year. The saving !! Saturday afternoon Farm Saturday night.: The Ladies Aid Society met at the

f in oil gas and tires is far greater) Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone and children Mrs. Richard Clark, of Starke were Johnnie Hurst and Clarence Dobbs home of Mrs. J. W. Bedenbaugh!! Tues

than the cost of the roads. spent Sunday at the home of week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. were visitors to Raiford Saturday af day. The attendance was fair and a
Thp increasing development Vernon Edwards, near Worthlngton. Clark.P. ternoon.
good assortment of work turned in tIthe
Florida demands roads now, not in 10I I We are glad to report Lottie Gain- B. Crews and Smith Johns attended Missouri Lady Suffered Until She Marshal Dobbs spent last week in managers.

years or 20 years, as would be the ey who has been having fever for the to busines sin Starke Monday.\ this section with his brother, Oad.
case under direct taxation but now last few days, somewhat improved. D. W. Kelly was in our burg: Sun Tried Cardui.-Says Result! Mrs. W. B. Alexander and Mre

while millions of people are seeking: j I I Little Dan Ilnzen has been real sick; day. Was Surprising."-Got Along HAMPTON Mary Geiger attended the union meeting -

new homes, while new industries are ; with colitus. Mr. and \Mrs. Joe (Hodges: and daughter : at Waldo.

,,r ly being located, and the only way to I E. S. Gainey and family, of LaCrosso Jennie Lou, were visitors to Lake Fine Became Normal Oct. L. B. Hall was in Starke on business
Hampton 29.-T. M. Began of
here the Butler : Saturday. .
have quick action in road construction spent Sunday at Wednesday.
+ is by the bonding method. I home of II, p. Gainey. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Johns of NewRiver and Healthy. was a visitor to Starke Monday. .. --
I Burke' of
Rev. Waldo filled
rfi Every dollar of the state's mon..ythat Large* quantities of squashes are attended prayer meeting Saturday his appointment ZIFF
at the M. E. church Sun-
l III matched with federal aid will being shipped from here and bringing night.

rome under U. S. supervision and have', fairly good: prices. They are grown Marvin Rees, of Lake Butler, was in Springfield .-"My back was M day.Mrs. Ziff', Oct. 29.-Messrs. Raleigh and
by A. B. G. Hazen H. section Thursday weak I could stand and I A. C. Wiggins vI Campville,
',gip; the sUlL'rioability of, U. S. road engineers. Surrency, W. our hardly up Bailey Waldron and sister, Mrs. Mat-
These roads will be properly P. Gainey and C. N. Shuw. Mrs. Lloyd Clark was shocked ]last would hay bearing-down pain and who has been the guest of her eon, tie Gnann of Lake the
Bay spent
4 constructed properly drained and I Mrs. G. li. Colson and son. Resale, Thursday when news came to her that was not well at any time." aaya Mrs Prof. H. Wiggins, for several days, week-end here with Mr. and, Mrs. J.

properly] maintained under U. S. reg and Mills Virgie Hunter, spent Sun. her nephew Carl Arnold, of Swift D.farmer V. Williams Route wife 6,of this a well-known place. "I left Sunday for Sapp station where B. Thomas., .
ulations. day at the home of the former's parents Creek was dead. The deceased was oq she will visit her daughter, Mr. Knabb
kept getting headaches and having togo y Vela weekend
S Mr. and James Crews. of and had before returning home. Miss Surrency spent the -
Vote Yes on the amendment. Mrs. only fifteen years age: to bed; continues Mrs. William
E .0. MILLER. I I Misses Blanche and Louise Crews been suffering for a week from the describing the troubles from which Mr. Heiberger, of Brooklyn, was attending with .her parents in the Pine Hill

I Chairman, State Highway Bonding spent part of the week here with their result of a fall, finally succumbing abe obtained relief through: the use of : to business here this week. sectiona
Campaign Committee. ', aunt, Mrs.[ G. !t. Colson.Mr. on day stated. Mrs. Clark attendedthe Cardul. "My husband having heard W A. Baker and son, of Brooklyn Mrs. Florence Hunter, of Hague

t --- -..--.. -.--- and Ihs.V.. H. Baxter of funeral Friday.U. of Card, proposed Retting: It for me. were transacting business here this spent the wf' k-end with her sistei. sMrsMamie

id i TIIEKKSSAThvrcRHa : Gainesville, spent a few days here last )). Johns of the Pine Hill sec "I saw after taking some Cardul week. Thomas

week with relatives tion. 'was in our burgMonday.. . that Was improving. The result E. J. King of Hampton, attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. ''Scott and son, Ham .

( I. Oct. 29.-Mrs. L. A, Hall Mesdames E. M. and A, A Hazen Frank Morgan!! of Starke was in was person.surprising. I felt like a different Baptist convention at Waldo on and Curtis Melvin of Plant City,

t returned Friday' from Earlvton, after I and G. B. Colnon and Fred Hazen our section Monday looking after cat "Later I suffered from weaknessand the 20 and 21st. spent Wednesday night with Mr. and

upending several days with her I I were In Starke Friday shopping: tle. weak bark and felt all run-down Mrs. G. W. Hicks returned to her Mrs.\ J. B. Thomas i

a daughter: Mr. and Mrs E. B. Andreu, spent Mrs. Ben Sapp has returned home I did not rest well at night.: I was so work In Jacksonville this week after :Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Prescott and J

Mrs. S. B. Woo tin rd was a visitor Sunday at Pine Hill visiting: after a visit\! in Mulberry with relative nervous and cross. My husband said a short stay with her family at Hampton. children of Hampton are upending awhile I

6 to Hampton lust] week.C. I I Miss Veils Watson and brother entered and friends. he would get: me some Cardul which with their parents'Mr. and Mr-!

;'. Sullivan was among the visitors school here Monday.Mrs. Sam Moody has made a successfulcrop ] he did. It strengthened me . My Mrs C, M. Priest, who has been F S. Fowler.
a to Stnrke Saturday. L. R. Gainey has been very of green beans doctor said I got along fine. I was la viuiting friends and relatives at Green \Mrs. Mattie Gnann and Miss Alva
good healthy condition I
... . M. J. Batten left Friday for Gainesville sick with a severe case of lugrippe. Jessie Lee Dowling spent ]last weekin ay too much for It." Snve Springs returned to her home Thomas spent Sunday at Brooker with! I

and Cedar Keys: where he will! \Mrs E. T. Stewart and son, Paul], Starke having; dental work done. Thousands of women hare Buffered Monday. Vrs. E. T. Stewart

... upend a few days. ':spent part of the week in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling/ and son aa Mr*. Williams describeuntil they l Mrs. Josephine Sullivan returned S. L. Prescott and son, George we'e ,

Mrs. S. B. Woodard) and Ron, Samuel 'I Hogan Smith and, Willie !Mae Nabb Joe, and wife, were visitors to Starke found relief from the UII. :of Cardul. business visitors to Wald. Saturda I

wpre visitors to Starke Thursday. of Sampson City, attended services Saturday. I Since It has helped BO many yon r tbe Quinine That Doc \Not Alice The Heed: Ervin Dyal of Graham, spent Sun- i

John Hall is employed at Waldo now, here Sunday night. Marion Moody! was visitor to the,. should not hesitate td try Cardul tf B.rau..e of Its tonlr and ,lax.Wa7! .effect LAXA.. day with his brother T. D. )yal.

a ii send spent Sunday with his parents. Murphy Price was in Hampton Sat-. State Farm Saturday. ,l troubled For sale with womanly ailments.18,83 TIVE Kth5/BROMOM".nbV"',""kn",""". J. B. Thomas made a business trip
Mrs. M. :J. Batten and children were urday afternoon on business. II. O. Rimes is numbered on the sick everywhere. i llo'bo Head., E.W.GRUVESdanut.tos.:: i to Louise Saturday.



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r- 4 The Woman's Club will give a hal]. here, to be used in sinking a veil. It I
v 01 low'een party at the armory on the is stated that plans ale to go down | rP

29th inst. Refreshments will be served as deep as a couple of thousand feet. :
and a small admission fee will be 'K

Bits of LocalInformation charged, the proceeds to go to the club Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day -I

house fund. Everybody is invited to tkugSeterramdmenu' If PAZO OINTMENT:: fulhiloCUT
mask and join in the fun. I lu-lilnH. Illlnd !3li-Mlln InMantly rnllrvrt Itching film and you c'en
I ivetful....."otter tb bat .asda.uu.. Prife __
The Lake Butler B. Y. P. U. a
gave But of Ohio City of Toledo, Lucas
I. I social last Friday evening and Im..ltedthe Countya
.Mm J Starke B. V. P. U. The following Frank J. Clie icy makes oath that h* ).
senior partner of the firm of F" J. Cheneya Silk Poplin Dresses worth
party motored over to attend the social Co. doing bunlni-d In the City of Toledo
: Thomas Limbaugh Louise Fer 1'ounty.nd State afarenaM. and that i
.era.. - firm will pay the sum of ONE! HUNDRED $13.50 Reduction Sale Price
nandez. L. L. King, Mrs. B. D. Law, DOI.UAHS tor any c... of Catarrh ,
Gun shells at Kickliter's. It. Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville, Miss Doris Law, Mr and Mrs. O. G. that cannot tie .'nrcil liy the use ofBALL's
I was here first of the week visiting Cooper Wilbur Scott, John Powell, j i l. blrl'ln': 948.
,T. E. Bohannan, of Highland] was her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain Miscs Jessie Thomas, Ina Alderman] ,I Sworn to before me .
I my prr "C., this Gill day of December.A.
in town ;Monday. wright. Adene Watson, Doris Scott O. 188*.
Bal) A. W. OI..onJ. Notary Public.

Yellow Homespun! yard wide, It never rains, it never gets too The Consumer's Lumber Company,i HALL'S Internally CATARRH and arts MRDIOINE through the I.Blood taken The $60.00 Trunk and choice
hot, it never gets too cold to be on the I on the Mucous riitrfacea of the Bvatem.
Sternbere s. of this started ,
20c at city, a sporting goods DruKtfuta. 75-. Ttitlmonlals. free..
job. E. A. Strout's agent or representative I emporium in a small way last spring. F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio. pair of Shoes will be given away

:Mis. E. M. Johns spent Tuesday in is always on hand. :This has grown to large proportions,
Jacksonville with friend. especially the fishing tackle division, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGFOR Saturday at 4 o'clock Oct. 30th.
Mrs. J. M. Tatum and daughter, which is very complete and well patronized ,

See Bryan about your. Seed Oats. Miss Lucile, returned this week aftera by fishermen from far and SALE-Cabbage plants, $2 per Be here with your coupons.
visit Jacksonville with Mrs. Ta-
Hi price is good. near. New life was put into the angling thousand. Roy Kalch] Hampton,
tum's sister, Mrs. John Sims. ] sport by Roscoe McLane, who offered Fla. lu158t'FOR

Tine lot 'of bargains in Ladies' prizes for the )largest black bass

flats at Stump's. Bargains in Shoos at Stern- caught, but the coming season will be SALE-Good cypress syrup barrels The Great Re- I

belg's. more interesting yet, as he will induce holding 85 gallons, price $4.

;Mrs F. A. Scott spent Friday in manufacturers of fishing tackle] M. A. Dukes, Dukes, Fla. 10.293tHOME
Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter,
i goods to give at least $100 for prizes,
Jacksonville. iI I Miss Mabel, of Gainesville, spent the in money or tackle. The James lieddon's h FOR'SALE-On Eighth St.,
week-end with Co!. and Mrs. A. Z. duction Sale Will
Work Shirts, 98c. at Sternberg'sGvoige $ Sons Co. have already promised in front of Col.] W, T Weeks Mrs.J. .
Adkins. to give rods, etc., to the extent of $30 T, Wills. It

C. White was a visitor to worth.
Tacksiimille Sunday.Mr. Plant all the rye, oats and rape you FOR SALE-Jersey Wakefield] cabbage
can for winter and cut down your feed Friends here have received {'ardsannounl'lnJl plants, $2 per 1,000. Pace Continue ForT

and Mrs. E. R. Poppell visited bill. For sale at Klckliter's. It. ,' the marriage of Mr. Wilson Smith, Route 3, Starke. 10-2!>-2t* I

ake Butler Friday.Be Thomas Sweat and Miss Dorothy -- --- .-..- -
Misses Katherine Epperson and Hodges, which took place in Jacksonville FOR SALE-80 acres good pine land

sure to attend the hallow'een Carrie Belle Brown, of Lake Butler, on October 25th. The groom wasa near Lake Butler, Fla. For particulars More Weeksand
'arty at the armory next Friday night spent the week-end with Miss Iris resident of Starke during his early] address II. J. Spence, Punta \vo

Epperson.The school days and has many friends here Gorda, Fla. 10-8-4t

Cleveland Sullivan, of Theressa, whose best wishes KO with him and -
vas In town Saturday. Missionary Society of the Methodist his bride into their new life. FOR SALE-No. 1 cypress shingles]

church will meet next Thursday $7.50 per thousand; primes, $6 per will receive new goods at j
Headquarters for rape, rye and oatsl'l.d. afternoon at four o'clock, at the residence CARD OF THANKS thousand. J. C. Crews Guilford, ,

Kickliter. 10292t. of Mrs. C. L. Peek. Fla. 10-1-tf. specially low prices to add to this

See Bryan about your Seed Oats. See the shoes at Stump"s. be- Through wish the columns of the Telegraph ] FOR SALE-Five passenger BUICk, feast of It's
we to express our dcep- I bargains. to
Us price is good. fore buying. eBt.thanks to relatives] and friends for Model 18, four new tires, in perfect your

Mrs. A. Price went to Jacksonville Messrs. Carl] Lewis, of Wildwood, and their death assistance of through beloved the sickness I Canova.running, condition. Bargain.10-29-31.E. E. interest to attend the Sale of this

the week with Mrs. and Earl] Lewis, of Jacksonville, have our daughter;
londay to spend I
also to Dr. Dr. J. E. Maines for his
time with their Great Stock of Seasonable
E. Roberts. been spending some untiring efforts to relieve the unutterable CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for Mer-

parents, Mr. and,Mrs. Geo. W. Lewis. pains.R. prices and ship your ties of all f

;Miss Vlvirette Floyd] spent the week E. Parrish and Family. grades: to Gress Manufacturing Co., chandise. VI
nd in Jacksonville with Miss Nannie Lorenzo Green has bought and removed Jacksonville Florida. 8.620lyr'FOR :
low til. to his place the pattern building .--- -

used by the Consumer's LumberCo. HALLOWE'EN MASQUE AT ARMORY SALE-Red and Simpson cano

If you wish to either buy or sell a for showing different kinds of 'Co for seed, $2.50 per hundied. May I

rm, see Inman, E. A. Strout Farm building material.] be banked on premises. A J. Tho- The Great Reduction Sale
.pcncy, at Starke, Fla. Friday night, Oct. 29th Four prizes mas, Starke. 10-8-41
Misses Annie and Ruth Stansell donated by DeWitt C. 'Jones, Con

Prof. E. A. Kennedy, a large land have come from Arcadia to make their sumer's Lumber Co., F. F. Stump, J. WANTED-To buy upright or horizontal -

K-ner of Lake Geneva, had business home with their uncle, J. D. Stansell. M. Mitchell. Admission only 25c. ] boiler and engine combined,
Both ]ladies have entered the Good music. Come and enjoy your
Starke Saturday. young 10 to 20 horsepower in good condi
Bradford High School.] self. Benefit of Club House fund. tion. J. L Harrell, Lawtey, Fla.] GRIFFIN & JOHNS .
Sandwiches, cake, pie, doughnuts,
all at *
New prices on goods 10-15-41
lump's. Ginghams, 25c a yard it Stern- and Candy, drinks, coffee, coca cola, I STARKE, FLORIDA r
cocoa, etc.
Loc'rg'M.: ,._ FOR SALE-Fine Charleston Wake-
[ !Mr\ and Mrs. J. J. Morgan, of -B B field cabbage: plants, $2.50 per 1,000,
Voukcr, were visitors to Starke Mon. The new automatic trap was used :SOME: SUGGESTIONS parcel )>ost. Cash with order. L.

y. ]last week and gives entire satisfac A. Bennett, Route A, Lakeland, Fla.
r' tion. The open season for game i is Editor Telegraph: 10-22-4t

(See Bryan about your Seed Oats. near at hand and the members of the I see by your paper Starke is at - -- -

f. price is good. Gun Club will find their practice at last awake to the idea of progressiveness FOUNn-Barrow, about 3 years old, --- -- -
the valuable marked split and underbit in 1
trap crop
having decided on several Inno- -- -- - ---
Ire. Boneta Jones, of Jacksonvile, vations, such as a lhamber of Commerce one ear, crop underbit in the other -
| visiting at the home of her son, Mrs. Angie Sternberg had as weekend Gun Club, and keeping the Owner can have by proving ownership
Witt C Jones. guests from Jacksonville, her I cows off the streets. Now why not and paying: expenses. Cleveland Cash Capital and Bank/ Credit :
daughter, Mrs. R. II. Baibour, and take another step in the right direction Sullivan Theressu. It* <

[Our Millinery is the talk of children, also several friends. Sun by starting a newsstand of some Com
town. Sternberg's. day afternoon when the party motored sort? Where the hoped for touristcan FOR[ Slight
fort" wrought iron range.
back to Jacksonville Mrs. Stern- relieve himself of a few of the repair will place in first class condi Both can be built up and maintained ready for unr.
Mrs. A, Z. Adkins spent Tuesday berg accompanied them. many shekels attributed to him. 3 Box
tion. J. A. Morgan, Route ,
Wednesday in Jacksonville with As far as I am able to !learn thereIs 10-22.2t. Every farmer knows that good equipment drips a lot to ''r

iitivcs.Shoes. Help the Woman's Club to start I. not a place where a magazine cone 29, Starke. make work easier and accomplish' more in a given lime

their club house fund by attending > had at any price. Also how abouta FOR RENT-My place in southeast I ielpful bank service should be made of farm
at the lowest prices at the hallow'een party at the armory good circulating library? Would house 7 part your
Starke 8-room ,
limp's. ,_* friday night. not a good library, even a small one, corner acres cleared of all;under fence; highland equipment, and used connlnnlly.

be: an asset to a town of progressive excellent water. F. C. Hollings'worth There i is (financial side' ( and the (farmer needs
Just received a shipment of Whit- Mrs. N. W. Taylor, formerly Miss people such us Starke desires to be? 10.22.2t' a to farming,

|n's Sampler and other fine can- Maud Hodges, and daughter, Vera How can a people be expected to keep Starke. __both a cash canital and bank uf'd.-. both (fill in well, with
Scott Drug Co. May Hoffman, are in Live Oak visiting abreast of the times with reading -
which will no LOST-From my home bunch, one the (farming that payi. In fact, the successful farmer is
relatives, after they
matter hand? of ,
Plenty good
vc' are agents for Dr. LeQear'sk spend some time in Starke, visiting wholesome at reading matter to be had dark brown Knotted cow; marked smooth always the one with tome working capital in the form of( s

and Remedies for relatives and friends. crop two splits on one ear cash and hank credit his command. I Irrr
Poultry -one at any time always has been a source "M.// Liberal] at you can
other branded
Jiy curable ailment. Scott Drug Co. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gornto, of Wil- I' of betterment to any community.Here top reward in for ; information. D. W.i i build a cash capital and cultivate bank credit pisxk
is the way, though small, to
''li[ias Cassis White returned home iston, spent Sunday with Mr. and start the ball to rolling. I will give Moore, Theressa. 10-22-2t
day after several] weeks Mrs. J. F. Colley. Before her mar-
spending ten books In good condition, all worth
(Jacksonville. riage Mrs. Gornto was Miss Eva Sullivan WANTED-Lady or gentleman agents I u
reading and one dollar in cash toward
and she has visited in Starke a
a circulating library for Starke. ,
Sinety day Burt, Texas Rustproof number of times. Mr. and Mrs. Gornto Who will follow suit? Bank of Starke
married in Williston on the
Fulghrum Oat Seed, any quantity. Respectfully submitted
Miter's. 10292t. 17th inst. A READ 'R. The Dank of J Helpful<< > Service
-- ---- -
rood deal of sugar cane has been The U. D. C. will meet Wednesday Texas men have ]leased land in the I E. S. MATTHEWS.I : Prrs..GEO. C. WHITE, Ca.hirr
[ pod this week, J. H. Williams fur- afternoon at 3:30: at the residence of Mossy Head suction on which they announce -
the largest quantity. Mrs. W. L. Wall. As this is an annual I
ping they will drill for oil. Some .
business meeting all membersare --- - - ,
activity has been noticed within the
iss Debbie Phillips, the Tele- requested to be present. Officers past few days. One derrick is erected
kindly furnish annual reports. There :: t"
Ph's intelligent at
and carload of hat arrived
lawn! was a visitor to Starke will be an election of officers for the a piping WHEN i WOMAN NERVOUS-WORRIED in the city of Starke for Watkins machine, $12; one Republic ball-
UidayBeautiful coming year. Famous Products. Known every b..arirllolawn\ mower, $5; one steel s
Don't Pick Out a Printer Most women neglect their health, where. Big profits. Write J. R. hitching post, $1; one smoothing

line of Ladies 'oats Those who read the score tables in and for this they pay the penalty. Watkins Co., 67 Memphis, Tcnn. plane, $1; one bucksaw, 75c; few
Suits at Sternberifs. the Telegraph have noticed how much BlindfoldedGet Any woman will find that neglect: 10-22-21 other things cheap. Dr. A. H. Free

I "- i i the shooting improves from time to I does not pay. A little more atten- man. It
jry Ennis and Carr Colley came time. One member of the club made tion to health would brighten up her FOR SALE-About four acres good: )
from the University of Florida, nothing but misses the first two times life. If she asks her neighbors she cane for sale] In field.] Will strip and LOST-Male pointer puppy, about''

pesvillo, and spent Sunday with but he was too good a sportsman to finds that Dr. 1'ierce's Favorite Prescription cut or bank it In field] for buyer. four months old; white with liver-
folks let this discourage him. At the last benefits: a woman's whole Farm one mile north of Starke H.JH. colored cars and forehead; answersto

shoot recorded he made 16 hits out of system. It not only acts upon the Snyder, at Jones Hardware name of "Dan;" wore small

jverjday is bargain day at 60, not at all bad. troubles and weakncattcs peculiar Store. 10-16-2t leather collar with name place but
p's. the One Who Can to women, but is an all-round tonic fie lettering: on plate. Reward will be

Men's", and Young Men's Suits Help You Sell Your Good, that braces the entire body over- FOR SALE-In Wateroak section 1 paid for return to E. S. Matthews,

,8. C, F, Sayles returned from $15; value only $29 at Stern- coming nervousness! sleeplessness] mile east of Heilbronn Springs, 20 Starke, or for information of his

York Friday night and is visit. berg's.: WE have the down headaches condition., dizziness and<
pit the home of her parents, Mr. I j ing lands. Will sell for $900, cashor
rR C L. Peek. i I Lloyd L. King, salesman for the ability to help Send 10e to Dr. Meroe'a Invalid: terms. Address L. A. Davis, Tallahassee . FOR SALE-The under signed bas,000 j

Quigley Broom Co., Intends to leave you sell your goods and hotel, Buffalo N.Y., for trial pkp: ] Fla. IO-8-rn [> Napier Grass plants. for sale
h ( A Strout Farm Agency sold] I the employ of that firm the first of the we can do this at a of "Favorite Proscription" tablt at $R.OO per hundred. Guaran ees

| farms last year, 401 last month year to go to New Orleans La., where reasonable AUGUSTA GA.-"Doctor Iierw'! FOR SALrJ-:20 acre farm, good' every plant to live If planted at !tn.strutted. i
an he will enter the Bible] Institute to cost to you. Favorite Prescription restored
sell yours. Consult Inman, me buildings and fence; 10 acres of Written instructions and
", -'Ia 9-4-tf. train for the ministry. Mr. King has Economy and stand- to perfect health when I had !become I corn and velvet beans; several] plows guarantee mailed to every buyer i;
I, been faithful] to his trusts, is intelligent a complete nervous wreck. I was Also Improvement on 5/ acres ad Address Inquiries regarding same
,l: E L Brownlee has returned and earnest and will make a good ardization are the suffering: with Hhattt'rtl I joining. 3 miles west of Lawtey on to I. N. Cable, Brooklyn, Florida.

Palatka, and was accompanied minister. watchwords here. We nerves were completely) Raiford road. Price 1200. H. S. 10-22-tf. '
y$, r little I was not able to do tiny work. I was *
granddaughter, Annine I use Hammermill Bond. I Norman, Inverness, Fla. 10-8-St
.l From "Field and Stream" we learn I BO weak; I could not sleep, I was FOR SALE:'-.One seven room haute,
that among the leaders of the tenth the standard, economical so nervous; and my appetite was STRAYED-One 8-monthu old heifer newly railed!, new shingle: roof, outbuildings

.S2T Lna Qui r'ey.' who hail spent I annual, prize fishing contest institutedby business paper and very poor. I was just a wreck when calf, white, with red spots; marked) \ consist of barn, cow shed, y?
-t rear in Boston arrived Sat. that magazine, H. E. McLaren occupies we turn out a grade of my mother pave: me the'Favorite: swallow fork and underbit in one I smoke house, and wood shed. One '
Iii Prescription' and when I land( taken
to third place in "large mouth of land all
trend tho and one-quarter acres
winter with her printing that brings results about bottles oar and under square; In the other. I
tel' J T Quigley black bass, southern division." Mr. I was well and Finder will please notify me and reI I' under good: fence and in high stare
McLaren is of Atlanta brotherinlaw for our customers. strong.! 'Favorite Prescription'iaani ] Will sell) for
- a l of cultivation. cheap'
-- celve reward. !M. M. !Moody, Starke
excellent medicine
a T..te..... cb 'Teals of Dr. O. L. Haynes, well known and I am triad to Fla.] It* cash or on terms to salt the purchaser -
vitalky.aa .. here and very popular with the fraternity \ See B. M. Dowllng, Starke,
s erh by aarlfjth sad ew WJN 1731 Walker Street.
lbe of fishermen. SALE One sewing "".. 10-29-41.
bloocL Ynu '*D Moos fuel 1Ie Etr.a.uVWK.t1ad COUNTY TELEGRAPH FOR new Royal
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O. W.II. Muria L. W..hlnwloa. Ann.Wilaoo.
Warren E. C. Wainwright Mary
Wan A. E.
'1 1... E. W..II.. ,RUrie S. Wynn Webb. W.R. E.R .Whlw. Noble Ethel M.Ray' Wynn WIlIi.m.. JanieWilson WII1I. .. these
E I. Willi."" T. Upon the Shoulders of Ten Men
j. Willa, J ci: Wdnwrlyht. W. M. While. 0 S. Warren. Ethel O. W.ll Juno. M.Wlll.rd .
A Willl.mson I L. W.Inwrlght A. A. Wilk l..n. L. Wall M..I A.
c i Woodard, D D. Wlill...... Nat Wile... Geo w.Whktlr Laura Young H nryy L.

'," I I W.II., T.i. p'EWIIIIam. "Wallin, .11. i hn Welmann. W.H C.W. WIIII.m.Wynn Loula. Aanle E. 1'-Yates. I.m.Allla H.will. E. Falls Southern Red Cross LeadershipADVISORS

I a Wright, EIiJ.b Wynn L A. Wllaon. Dee W. Varborou.h Marl
': Wt111am.;' T Ii. Whlw. Geo. C. Week.. Mary lcBrib Mary E. Yarborough, William E.i .



Ad.m.. iris iowlvri D.vla Horm.n. D. 4. Mitchell, Toni S.xon Geo. W.
'1- Aluendrr W B. 11).1. Thomu H..d..... I. R. Martin O. L. Smith B. J.Adama .
t''nk; Iurdnn L.vlnla H..n" t' E. MxDn. Bride Smith John
'1. M. Iurdon Gueol. Hunts In.e H. Mania. M.ttl. (11.d.< Wm.Allen .
% ;I Allen Futeh A. A. Henry Carr; McDonald. A. A. 8.-d. Oren
,., .Jup"r McIonald. I. A. '1mth. J. T.
\ Alexa'nd'r, I. B. Futch W. 8. H.II Debbl.
'\ \ Allen. Ada B. I'lowen. Roller H.r. Annie MrCarr W. B. lullivan I."hl"
Alexendrr, Ada B. Fort, n. I. H.rda 01. McDonald. Gertie mlth RekeeeaAdama .,t to 4 r 1ilia
t'ort. II. D. Hagan Vlr.lnla Nimmo Ada enlth. Ethel
1.: Brannon: M.ry J. I. P. I'utch. F.lm.. Jon... I. V. Pollard. I. H. m..,.. J..mea Eo
i IicdNiauirh. L. H. t'uLeh. Martha John.. D. J'ltt.. 8. I. un.... M.
( Nloeker W. B. rllfln. W. IL 10"". David P. I. Nlwn J. H.
I Brown L. D. GIIII.. Thomu Jone. Won. Perry 1'. I. Ytt F. M. wA )
Heck C. A. Gowin. E. IL Johns. L. G. J'hllll'' John Wlgon H. S.
Hoye.. W. Grlrtln Hester Rule i'rice. 8. D. \\r..lna. H. B. D. B. H.v". O. Johnwn Mack Pry John D. A. M.
It.nk.. I. IL 1I..n. T. M. Jcnklns. Lea 1'.1. Herbert B. W'm; H. C.
1 lIedenl.u.h. Leland JI..k.. E. J"bn. Luefan A. Potta. I. P. VI'Ii.m.. A. B.
I' IIu.. Jowphlne, 8. 11.11. A. Jone. 1"'I.n. Perry Lu.lndr w.... O. M. D.
) "'j 11rt, C. A. Hdgve. I. R. H.ttle I'".. Mawgl Waerson M.rtla ... r3
Itlrt M.ggis hell W. R. Kurn I. C. h. I'r.ree. Itertha Waen.on John W.
I fJ Ilr.nnen. M. 11..11. L. B. K.I.h..utrr. 1. a. Iahme G. W. A. B.
I iti ('Iulf. Jame Hunt I'. n. K.I.h..ulA-r. Wm. Raper. J..nnl. Wllimg. E. W.
(..,.ell. I. Co Hunt, W. C. Keen. J. C. "" ale. W. G. Wlihme. Chair
''f't$ (.b..r. Don"l. Hull H. H. Kenn""v. Rub'- III.d". Oliver W''r. I. G.
, ' C'I..k. Ad. Hardrn R. E. King. May S..on W. 1'. W.. B..lle.
, : ('hambem. Dnota Harts'r C. )II. I E. Kec.n.. Fannie lIuon. B. Y. Wi..... 3d.burden. eompeaethe
( .. Will 11011. It. membership of the advlaory board for the Southern Division of the Red Croat which
A. A. 1f..1I. A. C. M.xwcll J. M. 1I..lnd..II. D. W. Wllbaa. Eva lupervleei and tuo.
,..1. U. D. Hutchinson W. Mull.d. John Sumnle.. I. E. Walnnht.! Lillie IlL gette the administration of Red Cross work. The picture was taken at their flret conference In Atlanta,

PRECINCT NO.8-RAIFORD and shows besides member of the board, several Red Croat executlvee. In the picture left to right are)

SmrkrL\ Hon. Eugene R. Black, chairman of the board; Dr. Llvlngiton Farrand, of Washington D. C., chairman of the

' And...._. W. H. 3r. 1"+. n. w. Harr. IA..I. M."' ..... Mule W. 'A. Central Council of the American Red Cross; George E. Bennie of Naehvllle, Tenn.; C. B. Bldwell, of Atlanta!
And...._. A. D. Dy.1.l Eddie n. U......... I. M. Mahood John A. Smith t C.Addl..n. Hon. Richard I. Manning, of Sumter South Carolina; back' row, C. F. Lambeth, of Thoma.vlllo, N. C.|

Andrews.. Mack H. P. 1'.lIn"D.nnluin 8.R. T.M. Howard 3.J.R.A. Mann M..I..v.John L..nce W. Ir.E. Sapp 8'.lIn..I.. .lie.. ..B.S. Legare Davis, of Atlanta assistant manager of the Southern Division of the Red Cross; Colonel Alex R.

Andnr.on. O. W. Dnmark 8. B. HerrlnKton. W. 8. Manning James if. 11.1'' V.0. Lawton Jr., of Savannah; J. L McMlllln, manager of the Southern Division of the Red Croat! and D. T!

;, Adhun. J. W. liowlini Iebbl. Harrell I. Q. Mahood Mildred Smith B 8. Edwards of Klnston N. C. Members of the board not In the picture are W. B. Wilbur of Charleston 8. C.,
fenm.rk Emllr H..ri.. Hardy McKinney. W. B. Rapp. A.p
Anderson T. V.
Alvan' J. C. Dowling. r- ilarr.ll J, E. McCormick I. 8. 8...". L.1.. Howard E. Harklshelmer, of Jacksonville Fla.. and Rev. T. S. McCallle of Chattanooga, Tenn.
Addison Irs Ik'nmark Marais lI..m. W. Co Mi.Cormlek Bell Sparkman Joseph
Adklns. Emmett t'ar..II I. I. Hutchinson A. A. Newm.n.. J. N. Smith Jtl..rd 0.
Addlsun. C. D. Futeh L. C. Merrell Sam Nichol.. J. W. Smith U.... Mae FLORIDA LEADS
.. Andrew. Fvrrett B. F'nrwyth W, E. Ilarr'n: M. DII. Norman : T. Sai.p.: Beam "GREATEST MOTHER IN THE WORLD"IN
: :
AndMwe.: Sarah; 1. Futt'li, J. M. Hendrick.. Norman M. Sapp.
.. And......... Eva L. Freeld'I\\. W. P. H..d. James B. Norman 8. J. TomllnaDn.4 T.
Alvan. Mary Fowler Isaiah Ilandlry. K.te Nnrm.n I. R. T..lor. M. 1.Alv.e. UNITED STATES
I t: .,. 1I.lom. Fetch I.. H. llandlry. Clara Norman R. G. Taylor B. I.
Byrd lI.rm..n Futch 11.' ele Handley. Olive Norman Weoler Thornton J. E.Rryso !:. FOURTH RED CROSS ROLL CALL
I. P. Gordon C. T. 1I..lIIn..worth. Martha Parker W. 8. Thornton H., T
i i Hyrd lI.rd. Orllfl. 0111. Johnwn J. E. Petty O. W. Thornton E. T. IN LIFE SAVINGAmerican
Il1nod..rth. W. M. Grllfl. 8. J..n.. J. C. J' O. B. Thomu. I. K
Byrd Icier Gnvn. A. I. E. P. Petty. n.nee Triton L. T. ,
1 Jiro..nln. W. A. Grleis. Bryant Johns. W. L.. 1'1011I1". Henry Thornton W. E. PUBLIC MEN AND WOMEN BY THOUSANDS LAY PLANSTO
Byrd tr..t: G'II1'I., E. D. John.. H. L. I'owera T. N. Thomas. John I.
arnetb II. I. OrnDs. Willie John.. Johnnie I. Perrr. Lucy V. TI.o". Adam Red Cross Report Prsliti
Bryan 8. A. Oord..... o. n: John.. O. w. Raiford H. W. Tyson flora BREAK ALL MEMBERSHIP RECORDS
.Hrownln.. R. M. Griffis. JI JohnlDn. A. I. Hoofer T. D. V.m.. L. B. Work Done! by Local Chapters
i, ltatten Jame L.. jnn.r. I. N. Jones. C. A. Ritch N. T. Ir. V.rnes. Lacy
\ Il1ltch. Lulu L. Or."I.. R. 8. Johns. Ira W. B. I. Whtten W. C.Rrown SOUTHERN DIVISION the military. To other citizens-the
Annie B. Grlffi. Sidney. Jones. King D. 1I..I..r. M. C. Walker Frank
I'Ow..1n.. non.b Gordon. I'Itnry O. Jones. Llllun Rcddlh I. M. Wilkerson. Lewl.Itamolt WORKERS ARE ACTIVE afflicted the diseased, the disaster- OTHER WORK OF RED CROSS
M.". Gordon Carla John. .1..1. Reddish R. A. Whitten W. M. stricken-Red Cross has been the
Hro..nlnor. t'th.r Gren Levy John.on. 8u.l. Rnberta W. I. Wllkln.on. J. W. Review of What Red Cross Has friend the the helper.
Terse shield
B. D. L. B. Waster E L.
i ('asm. n. o. Gatlin E. KIIey hitch Notable Beginning Made In Social
I ('..."n. W. C. GriHie. II. D. Kite.. Homer Ititch I. H. Whitten H. E. Done and Now Is Doing on Red Cross health work has been j
n.lnn..n. I. E. Grrcn. And.r Kite. 1101. 1I..I.r. Elt..r Wells. E. C. Service
Peace Working Basis one of the prime factors In its peace
I y ('auin. I. L. Orll1'l.. J.mea M. Knabb W. M. Itobernnn S. R. Wllkln..n. E. W.
(.......... J. E. Grilfl. S. L. Krllry. 8. D. Rogl.ter S. J. Wiggins. HenanColman program and will continue to be pushed .
i : I.mea A. Orllfl. F.m..t Keliry. John N. lI..we. I. A. Wlikuraon E. L. tlanta Oa. Oct. 00.-Public splrlt- on an even greater and more universally oil
Atlanta Ga. Oct. 00.-Became
e I (Cnnn nol..rt Griffis. Wushyr. Kelley. 8. I. 1I..I.r. I. 8. Ir. Wills. Ella ,
('olrman Ruby Gordon J. W Kelley 8.111 I. Ibchardxon W. I. Beulah V. Oil and women by thousands In the, beneficial scale. One has but
i \\\.t..n\ the splendid record made Red
J: by Cro
i flyal.; Ow; W Gaektns.: ': IL ... Kalky: Ada Itrynoldn; :: 'dean. Mary K.howling. OT, states of the Southern Division I to mention the 15,000 Red Cross nurses |
I Green H. W. Lnan. D. hitch, Matilda Whitten. Eva In Florida In life-saving and In otberj
i! Ikmmark.: : j.RH.. (:ran: : Truby; lw. Joseph: Raiford, S. K. Weaker. Beau;Ie of tin American Red Cross, are lay who were on duty during the Influenza
I 1'1'.1. O. E. Grllfl. Dick Ir. Mann M. W. 1I..I..r. J."hlne Yarborough W. iLhowllo Ing Ualr plans to break all member. epidemic last year to Inspire the Ways during the pt.t""y6Hr! ; FlortRed

.. J. H. Gunner William Moore C. F. Smith Albert Yarborough 8. P. ship r\ords the Red Cross when 1 to the Red Cross if Cross
i' lhwllnK ii. T. Hunter, C. H Mare 8 H. Smith 8. W. Y.rborou..h. I. E. for people rejoin chapters are planning i
I hlxon, ihck, M. Handley. T. R. Miwll i : A: T: Stalling.: : W. J.lkwling the Fouth Annual Roll Call is held only to carry on such splendid workas break all records for membership alt{]
James B. liarnage. W. F. Mann J. F. fI..e.t I. D. from No mbar 11 to November 25. this.
i I'..nm.rk. 1'. S. Hnlllnisworth W. M. Martin James W. Sapp." G. C. Ing the Fourth Red Cross Roll '
j i From eVy part of Georgia Florida 15,000 Health Centersr
I 1 PRECINCT NO. 9-WORTIIINGTON North Ca \ ina South Carolina and November 1145, according to letm
; Then there are the health centers
Tennessee dynes the report that community received at division headquarters i

, Brown.. J.m. S. flukes. Peter O. JonN. Rebor Pink.ton. H. B. Taylor Noah after ommunlty Is organised the Red Cross has Inaugurated in Red Cross from Florida chapter woo
r Brown J..Ih L. 1>011..1.... J. F. Kellry 1>. O. J'.rrl.h. J. W. Thom.. O. R. about 15,000 communities, through
Drown Ahraham fJuk.. T. A. Knight lnrtruda o. Parrish T. A. Thomas. M urur1I..n. for tht, Roll Gull, and that many are which health education has been ers.
), Irvin huh... Junsthsn IlL H. J. I'inksun Mary L. Thomu. Al.ari' only availing \he word "Go!" to get
i Jlrnok. Walter Iluk.. M. A. r. F. 1'inkston. n".r. 'I'hom.. Ouo. W. their the spread disease checked and many ot "Florida led the nation ID
Ilrown. J...... M. Nuke. Samuel lamb If.ttl. B. Run.ull. R. I. Thomas. T. T. qibta of members on very the 750,000 annual deaths In the
I, 110..1' A. B. fluke. 8. M. tevemtt Minnie BL kcavea. E. n. T..I..r. Atlanta 0.Haney first daj\\ Cross life-saving work last yet|
II."th" H. Dukes. J. R. Mott I. R. Rime T. H. T.vlor. The Call .Is expected to be started United States from remedial causes
} 11..wn. l lorenoe E. 1.1.. J. D. Miwll O. L. Rolwrts. R. D. Thomsa. Susan RdJ prevented. More than one thousandRed writes one chapter chairman
i j' llrowu If. O. nuke.. I). R. Mlllnr H. S. 1I.lnev. W. E.: W.WN. J. 1. by the renewal of memberships by are going to lead the nation la i
llrown Lacy hukus. W. M. Moody. 8. W. lIe.v.. R. M. W'akn G. I.Jlrown. every chafer worker In the division. Cross nurses are working In the "
Lola Bub. .,.. L. G. Mdlrr John I. It.. .. W. T. Ware. O. w. B.I rural communities of America where Roll Call too.
tx .Cox: John I. IJuk.. M. C. Miwll W. Brady Ito........ E. L. Wakes. T. H. There are .I8! chapters organized for their services in demand. Florida's record work In life-sa
I flupra. B. Miller Eula 1t..I. Freneia O. We"' .. W. A. the Roll CaL are most
( '''u'le. Edgar: and many more that are be attributed to the number
5 r (',...Iunl. H. O. tuglan. I. M. McLeod (I. F. lieu.. Rosa Ward J.mee L. More of this work than ever will be can )
i ('Iyatt n. L. 1)uka. Lonnie I. M.I..d. R. W. lIub"r... M. EII..beth Ward R. L. expected \'omplete their organization done by the Red Cross next fine Red Cross corps organized at {
Crawford. A. O. Pulse; W. R. McKnight W. Fred. Sheffiuldo. 8. W. W.rd. I. K. before A-mlstlce Day, when the year rlous throughout the elate '.
('.rl.,.... W. I. flok... A. P.I. McLeod I. R. tlt..k... N. JL' W.IA-. J. 0g Roll Call open. and It Is hoped to put a public health points
('rawtnrd John D. lIuk.. W. D. Jr Mrld. II..tha H. Scan C. A. Wilson Rain nurse in every county where the need Jacksonville Red Cross Corps set :
Jb ('lark T. R. Ikugta.s. Core McL.od Onie Shallor E. E. W.t.... T. I. The Rdl| Call Opens for the country over
w J/ ('..nn..n.. John W. lhougts.. Berle Otoen C. L. SI..I..,.. W. a. Warren R. B. Memberships the Red Gross are Is great and the people sufficiently pace corps
('annon. Henry A. Uok.... Sarah I.. F. Cynthia W.te.. I. Q. interested. ten rescues and thirteen "aseleu'It. I
(Clark Edgar illlyard James L. ..,..1.1.... H. O. S..II'. Emma Waters. Smith of five different classes the annual credit at Pablo Beach. Other i coo
('Ivatt, FImlrs; Howard J. 8. l'lnk.tun. T. A. Taylor R. T. Waters. Lawtoa1)uhao U; the contributing $5; the sustaining Much other splendid work baa been 1 1
I. I. 1I..I..n. C' IL Pinkntnn. Thomu A. M. Waters. Ersetualrukra done and will continue to be done by did splendid work at Miami Fort
W. n.vld Hunter Hiram 1'nrrkh W. L.. Thom.on. I. IL Waters WlIlia $10; the life, |SO; and the patron derdale West Palm Beach Dt ,
hongbas, T. C. Ihe,... Ellis B. 1'.r.l.h. J. H. 'I' Roland" Jr. Waters. I. 0.Luba $100. Any on. can Join under the Red Cross In teaching people how Pen
,. 8. W. Johnston C. Y. Parrish 8. A. 'l'ot.tone. Joseph any one of these dlt' rent classes In to get well and keep.well. There are University of Florida and
First Aid classes of the Red Cross while corps are being organizer'Petersburg
the Fourth Roll Call.
Fort Myers, Wlntu
Basis of Quota which taught more than a million ,
i Americans last what do ven and other places I
to before
Andrws. O. w. Bowling. l0 L. Kuree. Nellie N.'dd W. N. Swe.t. On. Quotas for the FourU Roll Call year -
Andrews. F. A. Kdwards. E. W. Knll.y Sarah Nedd Oel. Sterrioka. It.Adklu have been breed not on the doctor comes. The toll of Not alone has life-saving bet;
J. E. Illlrnon: Ulla 0 1.lnd.o,.. Ira 1'srnll. T. R. tltem.k.. Anna poiilatlon but deaths In America.from accidents Jor activity In Florida. On M *
Adkins I'rney. li...".. Joe E. Llnkry. Fanni Parker W. M. S.pp. Nora on the plans of the dlffereit chapters social oervlc
_. A..I..w.. Laura Hodge. MI..ouri M..Hlv. O. B. I'hlllll. C. M. Stewart I..uraAndr. for the coming year and thllr actual each year is more than 100.000 of In health work
e; ....... Mary Johns. (1. A. Jr. Murphy. Frank Parnell M. E. Turner W. T. financial whom 7,000 are drowned. The Red and other activities the Red
needs. The
Itryan Alvonlah M. L. Mathla. ltul".r1 lIe..fn". I. B. Turner R. J. money k\o, will of Florida people
Brown T. I.. M. Mabry. William Rrnfm.. E. B. Th ; Iturah. Hannah Jun... IIt".al. !Merritt R. F. Runfnw. B. F. Thomu. Ida scribed.Of the South In organizing Life Saving The Red Cross has 67 chap
''r, 1Iureh. It.... Jackson Sam !II""dV. S. I. Raulerson M. C. 1'own.el. L. B.l'rews Florida and 28 branches with
K. I. Kelley. n. W. Moody Nat O. Itsysnn Sweats Thnmas. Ave,. the annual memberships ot $1, corps to stop such lamentable and
C..w.. 8. C. Kolluy. t..lor Mabry Jauphine knfr.u. Dora Turner M. L. fifty cents Is kept by the chapter; preventable loss of life as this Many of about 50,000 members. 9 hi"
('rows. 1'lin.y. B. 1",11.1' Abraham Mabry N. 8.1,11. O. I. timphriea. Martha />( 1 Southern In the have seven chapters have been most 'u
I\ Clark. W. L' 10..11.. Johnson Murphy. .. Janl Sang M. J. Uumphrey. Lilly the contributing membership of K papers peat year
r (''arlkle W. M. n. B. Matthews Mary S.".' R. L. I1m"h..V. Martin $4 Is kept by the chapter; of the sustaining carried accounts of rescues at beaches In Red Cross work since the Wt
(Coln Louisa 1o..lIev. 1I..rlett Mmdy. t'.nnl. 8terrlak. 8. Wlilla.. A. the Red Crot .
'I t. ' Am.nda 10..110.. t' R. M.tth.wu. P. M. StewPrt Tobit C. Whitehad Ella membership of $10 $8 Is kept oldlers
('....w.. Fiona. .. kilry. Myrla M.h". Ida 8...... O. W. by the chapter; of the life membership Fore first alders. Other classes of given service to thousands
} ('arter. Go'nrlla 10..11.. Unnl. McKinney Lisda 8...". E. A. uflowllnit of $50 and the patron membership thy character that have accomplished and sailors at such posts a* f
'. Joel P. K.Iley. Margaret McKinney. C41lia Sterricks J. I. apl-odld Fort M. I ,
of 100. the chapter sends the work are the classes In home Barrancas Fort Plckens

; PRECINCT NO. II-GUAIIAl\1 entire returns to Washington where hyglee and care of the sick and the Pensacola Naval Hospital and

\ the Interest Is used to carry on the classes in home dietetics In which Station Carlatrom Field Door

Ahrrnathy F. T. Il..wlln". Mlnlli. Kelly. D. Q. Oldh.m, Th... L Surrancy. R. w.I' national work of the Red Cross. last yeat more than 90,000 women and Fort Dado the Key West Npvetion
\ M. 0. Fogg. Cheater Kirk I. D. Ogden I. L. IImlth. Fannie girls of America Submarlr
t Itvrd. n. J. Oray.. L. I.n.. A. Ogd.n I. I. Thomas. S. T.l To those who are not as familiar learned how to care and Air Station
", 1levill. I. R. Crev.; .. J. A. Milk Th.. Prove M. D. Wildrr R. B. as others with the. work of the Red for the sloe: people in their home. and Naval hospital and the
/1"')\ (tarry. J. C. Gurney. W. R. Murrhes. France (tydrn.. Ella W..dln H. M. and what Is touched
rest for it por
the when
l- {, Hurry. L. O. Graves. Maud Murria. M... B. J. 1I"1"t.. Roy W.nn. N. Cross sine the war, a brief review family to eat Fleet
". lInwn Arthur Hilliard nook Ma'liwirk' J.m.. R".nuldo. Janus Wsedrn W T. wUl give an Idea of what the Red In order for the( members to keep Cross workers were at all ther|'
i; Harry. AV1 M. Hilliard Mlttl. III.t ver. W. T. kuherta. C. D. Wauden T. We well and strong besides serving the transiertj
Dyal. O. W. Jones. Percy C. I\I.Klnn. A. I. R. hrrta. Bcadl Wude". H. D. Cross has done In the past two years
'.yes. I. R. Ju.... kulue M.Klnne E. R. Surrancy J. H. Willi. Susie 0.lhwling and what It expects to accomplish Right: on The Job comfort kits, magazines, newt,
E. I. JOI... N. D. McEver Sarah P. Shne, Uwrg. Wynn. HuaslIyal. . for America In the next few DJ a.U.r relie-! has and the like.
I Marla Jones. W. J. Nrwsum Perry Smith L. C. W.rd. Annice B.'s yearsto been the Job of
Red Cross to Public health nursing done
e1 many years past.
: PRECINCT NO. 12-TIlEltESSA_ 'tAldrman come.The Man In Uniform.It During the Wall street explosion not Red Cross In Florida Is lllustra.

has held course, as Its first so long ago Reo. Cross was on the the, Apalachicola Pensacola
i; B. 01. (:'abl. Emma H. 1I'lber"n. R. C. Mare. I' Roundtree. Hat.rAikrnan and most sacred duty its obligation Job with doctors lnd and West Palm Beach chapters
: H. O. Fortner. H F.\ Ball Madison M..n.r. Schell; O. Sullivan H. Z. nurses almost
,1.- Drlnwn M. M. t'ortner. D. T. M. May May flulllv.n'A' to the man In uniform and to the men as soon as the re Ice and as a result of which has bad public b
i I" 11..on..t. O. M t'"rolh.m. W. P. Ilumthrvy. C. M. Neal 1'. H. Sullivan C. who fought and served for AmericaIn a number of live nurses engaged In organizing :'l' Joseph. ul1'urd.! 8. p. Hazen Ida J. Norton Hugh Itwlndell: 8. Rtf were saved out
Hatton J. W. Grlnnr: J. 8. Jone. W. A. Nlchds. E. C. IImlh. E. A. the world war. Red Cross has continued right and many wouded people kept seeing to medical Inspection for
\, 11..I..r, W. If. Griner. J. 8. Jr. Bing. R. M. Owsley.. n. C. Speed. James, to serve the American Expeditionary from being Invalid Bd children cooperating with the
r. 1I."I..r. L. W. Gran. M. I. king, I P. Ow.Io.,. KI..le lleaU { harll.ll"nMtt. cripples for and
fe C. E. 1Ally.rd C. L.. "III". I. L. Jr I'ht11he. I. B.'I.m.. Forces In Germany Red Cross life. People In the 8uth will recall Tuberculosis association
.i' Raylnr Ada May Gnffurd J L King. Anna M. 1'10.1111'", J.mea _hln.'on It.TN' has continued to keep up Its service the numbers of time. wen Red Cross health authorities delivering hon
4' 'I' ('Iovursrltle Fred K. A. Maier. H. E. P.d".tt, I. P. Wood.rd B. B.p I
and In c
to the has been
2S.OOO at American the
men mlli- health hygiene
; 'i Coon: n. M. (1rlner. Ida M. M.. H. 0 Roebimk H. 8. Youngblood.; C'A.. only rellefnd helper In
v ('able. I. N. Griner (;olla R. M....... D. W. Ridrll J. 8. Mary M. :ary posts, at all of which It main- time of flood and fire IB several ways Improving health and stiand.

IP p ., llw..n"lIle. H. '1'. 1110500 I <1. W. Mitch tell. Morass 1I0undt.. T. 0. alns a personnel to help out the boys munities. In the :39\ yea ot Ju com ex. of health: throughout Florida.

: I hereby certify that the foregoing is A true and correct copy of the registered and qualified in difficulties of bonus and back 'pay Istence Red Cross has glib: relief In Red Cross has conducted clai I
and transportation and the like to 260 Hoods and Care of tEat "
fires Home Hygiene
electors of Bradford County Florida to the best of knowledge and Information. and other
ii'; '! my help In family problems to assist dlsaaters and last year aloe it Welrsdale East Lake Lake
t i '; gave 1
C. A. KNIGHT, them In recreation and entertainment, aid to'more' than 30'000 UI"\rtunates Fort Meade Tiger Bay Cedar

Supervisor of Registration of Electors of Bradford County, Florida. to be. in short the same "great moth In 150 different communities. and St. Petersburg.

er" to them that the Red Cross was While so much has been, 'one by Home Service Work.

., --- to the man overseas In 191 and 1918. Red Cross In America in the nat two Reviewing Home Service w'

",II.A' I NOTICE Milwaukee, In tha alat of WlaeonalnMinnla Besides such service. Red Cross has years It has not stopped admni.tep. Red Cross In Florida reports
a' In and Court of the StaU of Florlila. L. TrtpkHt, rtaldlnc. In tha city of ;lven Us care and attention to 63-; ing wise economical but that from January 1920. t
In fur Urartford County. Milllkon In the atata ol Colorado COFFINS & CASKETSAnd unstinted aid
100 former
rr service men to with l.i.
taking treat-
I Luis M Lannloy It la hrrvhy ordered that you and each of starving peoples In other lane, By July, Red Cross dealt
1Jd:' I >,, you apltvar on the 6th day of Dvevmbr-r A. a Full Line of nent in United States public health fighting typhus cholera tuberwi'osls vllian families and 8.849 sol.
I,i*! t D. 1910.>>! U the bill of cum"I.lntlIed heralnaualnat lospltals, It has put practically and other services to
every horrible families rendered
; J.. : Jon J. (rhrbtlaiuon et al.' yon In the above entitled cauaa.Tha Undertaken Supplies diseases In t-ver- ;
y .' IVfenilnnta.ORrtKH Hradfoad County Telegraph la hervbydmliinated nan blinded in the world war Into the ridden European countries lied soldiers' families and to 884 d'
I" Coss
.r or"I" r.. Or1 SERVICE BY PUBLICATION the In which thla led Cross Institute for
.. : II a> ncwapapar the blind atJultlmore has saved thousands families; gave information toaoldler.
). NOTICE: TO KNOWN DEFENDANTS notice shall be uiibliffhed. for four oonaeeutlve AUTOMOBILE HEARSE ot lives patio
w' A. itwldlnir In the city of El It has kept in touch with ularly those of .' families and to 364 <
j. ". Wynn weak prior to said 6th day of December, A. Always on hand. The best service women aud childi
I'nao In the atnta of Colorado I D. 1D20.Wttneaa. 10,000 returned soldiers and their faml- who had no one else families; cave ftLanclal service
Little rtaldIIIK at the lowest prices. Special to turn'to
L M. Lltllx and Mra. U M. sa
ofJ".I. my hand and ..1 of offloa this lea to give them help when it was the "greatest of 147.057 U soldiers' land
In the City of Dublin In the Stat attention to telegraph mother in the world'This um
l lath! day of October, A. D. 1920. or-
poet seeded
For the fiscal '
( .i year end Is the to clvOan famllle'
sort of $9,853
1'. Registered Embalmer. work the Ret
W. WEEKS ers. '
Gilbert W. Rue. rmldln In the city oCMllwauktw ng last June 30, it spent $8.600,000 In Cross has been : Red Cross disaster/' relief Into ''
' In the state of Wisconsin i Clerk Circuit Court In and for Bradford doing. This .is the, ,
William J. R..... Hiding In the city of County State of Florida. ullltary relief In the United States exclusive sort of work it will continue to do the last two years nays the

Oahkoah In the atato.of Wkoonaln ; Seal) *v C. A. KNIGHT DeWITT C. JONES of money spent by chapters In if the people of America will [has been confined to avlstanc
Harry C. How.r.. Welding. In the city oft .Imllar service. Join "one
Dffttvar. In tho atat of Colorado I Deputy Clerk. STARKE. FLA. hundred per cent" in the forthcoming \ 1ms In furnishing relict and
ICUaahrth Rue Ruryaa and husband Dr. CHARLES A. POWERS. That much for Red Cross work with Roll Call atlon during the Key Well
A. J. uru.'.a, both residing In th* city. of I I Solicitor for Complainant 11).29-6\-U.a Il:1f:1lImmxl\OIWU: >U""" '" jbm=", ,,,,,,,,.nnm\II .'| 0, September 1919 11''





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-- - -.. . : baited or had had their appetites I 1 Mr. and :Mrs. David Kelly and Mrs I Dr. Tribble, of LaCrosse, was a visitor
''I whetted by samples of the good stuff Heitor Gilchrist, colon, was killed Will Jones have been at the bedside here Sunday I,
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I, which the stranger in the dilapidated instantly when ah engine' at the of Jack Wynn'g little boy, who Useriously Miss Frances Muiihoo and! DavlJKelly

r...+f..fl _rfffl.f rs.s.f,wlr.r..ww r. I car which drove into several neighborhoods i A. C, L. shops at Lakeland turned ov- ill. will represent the Christian En.
I dispensed. After sampling the er. With other workmen Gilchristwas U. N. Dowling, of Hampton was a I deavor bible school and church at ;
: LiveState News real white lightning, the stranger had I at work on the engine which had business visitor here Monday. Long Bridge convention Oct. 3031.
no trouble in selling the branch water been jacked up for the purpose of putting K. Roberts, of Lake Puller, was I ---- ..-----
on new tires. It appears that one here Thursday on business
_. at varying prices.
kma jsrsawaassanrr'A' A AA Io' AA&A&a | ]te-lave! you noticed that long hair
the settled than the Claude and of .
I of jacks more Birt family, Hampton y
Told by Our Exchanges. others and result the engine toppled were here Sunday. makes a man look intelligent
i; There was considerable excitement as a ,
She Well I've wives
: ::- _.. ---- .. - ., 'In the neighborhood of Davis Bros'store over, pinning Gilchrist beneathit Oliver Sparks, Mountoocha: wa* I off their- husbands', soon coats when pick it them made
-= i at Leenburg Monday afternoon death coming instantly. Other men here Saturday. i them look foolish 5
Jose Carbonell of Key West, was instantly into a shallow pool one night and left I when Policeman Johns attempted to at work on the engine were be nouth John Surrt-ncy and Charley Smith "
killed by the accidental discharge it there. The next morning the outfit :i arrest Love Smith colored wanted it in the' pit and were unhurt lil- were business visitors to Urooker last .
of a shotgun while out hunting: had disappeared. After searching he [ by the Georgia authorities for killing christ just going outside to adjust a Thursday Nw Woi ms In a Healthy Child :
near the ely t found the outfit sunken in the pool and i, his wife several months ago. Smith rod when the engine turned suddenly Gid Sparkman and wIfe, of Louise, All children Irouhlwl with worm lia\e an uohralihy ..I.II d
he had to use another derrick to pull I I formerly lived in Leesburg and drift over. were here Saturday on business rule I ,thereohswhk'htudk.te.poor is tnnnj or :lent monmrh hhMid.dlft'urlmiioa.and a, a l'
Injured when her car was turned its mired colleague from the mud. ed back here after he had killed his Mr. and Mrs. lAnd Maines, of (.R'E'STASICI-F4Seh1111oNlyalvenr"eolarly' js!
over by a speeding; auto Sunday after. wife. The authorities were watchingfor Young Suton of Bartow had gone Mount ooc-Jiu, were shopping! here Sat 'DTI wo or three. weeks will:! enrich the blucK!, III,', ,"' .
noon on the Clearwater road Mrs. Liz All honors on Duroc herd at the na.tlonal him and located him Monday af out in the woods to attend traps he urday. pains!nvethedhlertamaid.ct.nGeneralSireni Tonic toth.wh.dr.yeem. Nsmr.sill, l thenhmwuffnrdl.'Iii"wuau.andtheChildwtltlw: .,
zie Carew, age seventy, of Tampa, hog and cattle show at Atlanta ternoon. When approached Smith ran had set for wild cats. A coon had I|rAndy and Edgar Sparks, of Archer, ( , .! l l.p
died Wednesday morning. were won by the Highland Oaks Farm : and made good his escape, though the been caught and the sheriff, upon investigation | were here Saturday on business. 4-rl...i liraim. "' "..., a Luke. !Wtcn-rl I,

I of Pierce, which took junior, senior officer fired several shots. found that the stock ofi i John Starling and Itlox Parrish, of
Joe Blake, of Live Oak, has the distinction and grand champion boar and also : the gun bad been scratched and gnawed Sampson, spent Sunday at the homeof USE "DIAMOND DYES" i'
of raising one of the finest four firsts, five seconds, three thirds, 1 Surfman Wienks, of the Santa Rosa by the animal. It Is thought that Ed Parrish.Messrs. ,
crops of pumpkins ever reported. Off three, fourths, three fifths, one sixth coast guard station, proved himself avery the boy was probably trying to hold Oscar )Dyul and Irving,
of one vine he rained forty pumpkins I and two sevenths This show is saidto capable man in that capacity on the animal quiet with the stock of the' Dork Milliard and Geiger Barry were Dye riKlitl{ I Don't rink ma- '
which averaged sixty pounds each- have been the strongest ever held Saturdry afternoon by diving into 16 gun in order to bag: him and that the visitors to Sampson Friday terial. Knch package"Dia- ,
:2,400! ( pounds to the vine. in that section I, feet of water and rescuing from the coon in struggling' may have reached Grandma Saxon and niece spent the niotul !.11>yes'viniiilc contain that directions ,
: bay a very valuable pink cameo brooch I too high and pulled the trigger. Then I any
I w{ek at the home of I. L. Ogdon. woman can diamond-dye sv tI
The Hallo Seed Co., of Monticello, The commission form of government which had fallen into the water. At shot went low through the left side. Mrs. Equilla Dixon, of Louise, spent I now, rl'h. fadeless color into
last week shipped ninety thousands charter of Tampa was carried :, the time the brooch was lost the fair I lie walked several steps after the accident the weck-rnd with her : old parmonU,. drll|K>ricii, cov-
pounds of watermelon seed or practically by a majority of 770. The vote was owner was standing at the rail on the and fell, then apparently picked and Mrs II. I). Wasdin. I'al''nt11"1 cringe, vvrr>tiling, whether
three carloads. They will go ,I for 3,769; against, 2,099. The negro wharf, watching a mackerel feeding'on himself up and walked a little farther Mr. and Mrs, R. N. I \\It.I. silk linen, cotton! or !5
to distributors to be sent to various wards voted almost solidly against the schools of minnows which were to ,before death came. Hampton, were here Tuesday.I. mixed ("Dianionil roods.liny Dyes'-no
parts of the United States.St. new charter. The new charter pro be seen in counties snumbers a few L Ogden business visitorto
was a other kind-tlu-n |M>ri>pt re-
vides for a commission of five members yards below In watching the anticsof John Ik-vane, thirteen years old, of Hampton Wednesday\ Milts are gtinmtileml even ifs
Petersburg is now in the midstof one of whom shall be mayor. A the fish .In the clear"water the Live Oak, died this afternoon from the T. W. Wasdin, ofVnKlo, was hereon "II have never dyed l before.
teal estate activity that is almost city manager is provided for. The brooch rubbed against he railing and results of a murderous attack upon business Saturday. Druggist IIHH, "I>mmc>nd Uye.

as lively as was known here in 1912, I election of the commisisonerg will be its safety clasp became undone, drop him Friday) night by Eston Lloyd who Mr and Mrs Frank lirvillt, of :Micnropy __ .Color_Card"- 10 lull colon. ,
during the boom times. Houses are held early in December.The ping in the water. struck the lad while asleep with a spent the work-end with his
being sold like fried fish at a colored I I olds Cau'.o urip ond Influenza
heavy Iron nine. The body was found patents, J. R. !Itovillp.Kev. .
picnic and the demand continues. I crew of the fishing smack Fla. "Frank Connor and Frank barley, Saturday morning near the Seaboard K. Williams, of Stance, tunedhis LAXATIVE PROMO QIINlNETflUctJ! ': removeth.cure. . .
I villa of St. Andrews, just in from the white, were shot and killed from ambush tracks and carried to the, emergency I regular appointment here Sun. 1 her* Is unity one "Uoi''o Quluina," ;
J, E. Howard of Orlando, was taken snapper banks, report two unusual occurrences about E o'clock Wednesday af- hospital lie rallied sufficiently to tell day L.:; W GROVE'S 'otiMiiw' 'n"boa. :Me.
from police officers by a band of fiteenor One day a carrier teinooj six miles from Macclenny.
I' pigeon the name of his companion who wan Irving D>'al I was a visitor to WuUloPi
twenty men in automobiles, who alleged alighted in the rigging of the vessel Parties who found the bodies drove to Lloyd, a twenty-year old man about 'idny.! ASPIRINName I :
1 that he had assaulted a ten year I, and remained undisturbed. The bird Macc'enny and notified the sheriff, ; town and a relative by marriage. He A social wilt given Friday night at
old girl at Winter Garden. No news |! had a metal band on its leg and was who with a posse) immediately left for i was arrested and) when confronted the homo of Mr and hits I"', T. Alier- -
has been received from the sheriffs'I believed to have come from the Pensa- the scene of the crime. This tragedyis with the evidence of the deed ho confessed nathy for the Christian! Endeavor
posse searching for them.A cola air station, where a number of believed 1 to be an aftermath of the to the attack and stated that members. It was largely unsoiled,! i "Dayer" on Genuine i iJ
: pigeons are maintained. On another murder of John Harvey and the sub iY
he was hired to kill the boy by Virgil Several interesting games wore play
big real estate deal was made in date a large hawk settled in the rigging sequent lynching of three negroes a Croft and W. M. Ilrown, two men now ..when they were Invited to the dingIng I Y 1
Fort Meade when W. A. Mitchell ami and was captured. short time ago at MaccU'tmy, and y
doing time at Kaiford. room where pilau. cake and rolTrowas t
associates purchased the big 100-acre trouble _
more is apprehended if the .
-- -- -- fervrd. At a late hour the gnents |
Sciota citrus grove about four miles L. J. Mountz, an oil operator and guilty parties are caught, as both men CKAIIAMGraham. deputed I, thanking their hosts for the
east of Fort !Meade, the amount of plantation owner of Shreveport, La., were well known and popular pleasant evening.
money to handle the deal being $50-:; has added to his Plant City holdingsby
Oct 29.Messrs., Jake Mr. and ii rs. Hob Surroncy spent ,,
000. the purchase of 5,000 acres from What is alleged to be one of the Roberts, Jim Reynolds and Roy Rob Sunday in lirnokcr.Messrs. ,
the Seaboard railway. This gives Mr. garages" operated by one of the largest erts 'were busines svieitors to the Willis and Geiger Hurry ,
Texan men have leased land in the Mountz eleven thousand acres extending automobile theft syndicates in county scat Monday spent Sunday In Huvvthornu.MiHH .
IrluHsy Head section on which they announce to Lake Thonotosassa lie will the country, was uncovered late Saturday Frank Hevill was a business visitor toMicnnopy Minnie Dowling spent Sunday
they will drill for oil. Some establish a ranch for the growing of afternoon in the woods, on the ,II Saturday.Messrs aftcinnoti with her ,brother nurnio, "!layer Tablets of Aspitin" Is genuine
activity has been noticed within the high grade hogs and cattle He expects ,I national highway about one and one- I Ray McKinney W. II. Gur. of Hampton. Aspirin proved safe by millions
past few days. One derrick is erected to have ten thousand acres in I i half miles from the Seaboard shops at ney'I'um Mills and Jake Kolicits: were J. It Hevillit spent Monday in the* and 1 prnticiibed by physicians for over
and a carload of piping has arrived pasture and one thousand incultiva-l Jacksonville. Ten Ford which
cars visitors to Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. county sent on Imxinpss.Mr. twenty
Accept only unbroKen
here, to be used in sinking a well. It tion for the growing of forage for the ( the officers claim were stolen in other and Mrs. Arthur Hairy of : and Mn. J. D. Kh'k left !Monday "Uaycr package" which an contain-

is stated that plans are to go down stock states and brought hero for sale, were Jacksonvillo, spent' the work-end with for Jacksonville wherv ho ha* lieeeptod proper directions( to relieve Headache,
as deep as a couple cf thousand feet. I found, in the well tools
garage, as as his parents, employment, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism -
Santa Rosa bootleggers have it on j it Is alleged for the changing of engine t Pr. Thomas, of Jacksonville, was a Misses Matlio! and, Minnie Ogden Colds arid Pain. Handy tin
Arthur Nagle of Dunedin, is minusone the
ICscambia county variety. One in- numbers and other numbers
on professional visitor here Thursday spent' the week-end In Hampton with boxes of 12 tablets cost few cent
derrick one well drill and set of dividual had a scheme by which he the and the substitution of
cars new 1 Mrs, Willis and daughters Maxine heir' ('ouKln. Vera Saxon. Druggists also sell larger "Bayer $
paraphernalia. He was working on sold good, pure branch water for $10'a numbers bearing names of northern and Sally, were visitors to Sumpson Ed l Ybor, of Staiko, is visiting his packages" Aspirin is trade mark
drainage canals and ran his equipment quart, after the "boys" had been
and western states. Wednesday afternoon. uticli', James Jll' 'nohIH. i [layer Manufacture !Monoacctlcacldes-

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t' Hay for horse, per year, 3 tons Cost of fuel for tractor, average
ins $30.00 $90.00
t season $100.00
Crain, 10 qts. per day, or 112 Coat of
repairs and
overhaul -
1.2 bu. per year at 1,00 112.50 OII
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 i ----

Total I, one year $250.00
7'") Total for one horse $224.00
5f9 cost of operating four horses
I ;
Four horses four times
,k one year, lest $250 cost of operating
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'.: 224.00 896.00 C 0 M P A R A T CCJOT Fordson Tractor one year leaves $646

ti .
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.
.; 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
r have it low if anything; now look at the cost of a Fordson Tractor which will easily do the work of four horses. tJThis comparison is more than fair. For says instance

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

-,m j 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 cat-

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

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


Messrs. A. \\'. & G. A. Anderson,

Starke! Fla. trouble and has done the work required.

!C? About one year ago after I investigating II. L. S'f1,VI"NO' Htarke.Messrs. t .

the merits of the Fordson Tractor, I bought =_ -- - ,

one for my farm work and am well pleased T- +Ir"W A. \V. & (... A, Anderson,
C with it nail l the work it does. Shill, Fla.I : .

I did work for others, cutting and plowing I
pro owned 11 Fordson Tractor( since
; hind, and they are all pleased with the ,
amount and nice work it does. w, _ Ht (. HMO! and am pleased to May that it has
r.rdae,. always 'been entirely satisfactory
I bought/: a power mill to grind my sugarcane = In addition to plowing; I use it in connection o

and when ready drove my Fordson into with a trailer 'for hauling heavy loads! of

position put on'' the extra pulley that came ,_ watermelons and other farm produce
with the Fordson, threw on the belt and went The operating expense! Is very low and

J to work and in twenty minutes! had a sixty'e_ would find it very hard to get along with

truly! I Brooklyn.!
.::1 ing is not costing:; anything in the way of feed ..'- Messrs]
': A. W. & G, A. Anderson,
I I' The expense for upkeep for the year was: a Slarke Fla.
-' couple of spark plugs./:! My advice to all who / ,
., have work enough/: for a Tractor is, BUY A I have owned a Fordson Tractor now for
"'OnD ON. Very truly about three months' and find it will do all and

J. M. TMUBY Starke. r more than you claim for it. I not only do most
of my farm work! but intend to do all my hear
0,1'y hauling from Lawtey which is about
Messrs. A. \V. & G. A. Anderson miles from my place.

I Starke bought, Fla. Fordson Tractor in March, FORD My fuel and repair bills arc very; reason .
'" e l GARAGE STARKE FLA able Itwl1lflavemealotlnfl'ed.lIl1dldo 't
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 A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON
I II. N. ABRAHAM, Lawtey.FRIO. .

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\ L\WTn'-I j! looks ing, making and safety a great, as improvement the plastering 5n'I GETTING A SAMPLE BALLOT, ELECTION A. D. 1920

t\ was Lawtey a business, Oct.Prof.visitor! to Starke. Wimbeily rues- |!: the had Sunday main been school falling building services off different were held time in J GOOD START Precinct No. Bradford County, Florida :

day. ,
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Ma'orV.. E. To rode was transacting Make Cross Mark before the of the candidate of choice
1 business in Jacksonv.ll") i rat of LAKE IJUILKK EVERY DAY a (X) name your ;
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the week.Mrs. 1 Anna Belle ---- -- --- -
Lake Butler, Oct. 20.! -
: M. I::. Kdwatds, of Gainesville and! Peoples and Carrie Belle BrOwn spent I Kii-BI.OPEU-MEN AND:': VUI\1K:': For Presidential Elector 1 Cur State ComptrollerVote For Tax Collector
was visiting relatives hire: Friiay at Vote Six. Vote for One.'
Saturday the week-end with their parents Aim IT AND:': DOING BRIGHTAND for for One. !

:Miller.i ,
Mrs. James Stnrling! was a visitor: i II. S. Miller, of :Miller was greeting EARLY X MARTIN CARAUALLO )X( ERNEST AMOS E. w, HAYES
to Starke j; first of the week.
Mrs. Ury Gunter and baby, of Jacksonville friends in town last week. inI FKin: THE BLOOD FJIOM: POISONTAKE X P. W. CORK JA'S. T. MCCARTHY
i A restaurant is )being fitted up -

the home, are of Mr.spending and Mrs.a few G. J.days. Kutch at I the Hewitt garage and will be operated PEPTO-MANGAN.:\ :': THE F."OI'S .\- X CHARLES E. JONESX i W. II. NORTH UP For County Commisbioner, Dist \0.1

I ;: by Mike Klondell.I BLOOD IONIC:': I'KK- I Vote for One.
J. T. Reddish was a buHinca -visitorto I Floyd and daughter; and X V. KNOTT '
Jacksonville Friday I Maggie Price spent the week-end at FOR 30 YEARS J. G. SHARON Treasurer H. II. WILLIAMS
Miss Sarah Grime, of Jacksonville,I X For State -
II. p,
t I Guilford with Mr. and Mrs. J. ,
is few days with tolative Vote for One. "
upending a
Mann. Sluggish: blood clogged! with poisons X G. B. WELLSW. \'

i here.Mrs.. Highsmith, of Jacksonville! lethe Mrs. Emily E. JcffrieB, of St. Pe- makes you lazy. You never feel like R. BRYANT X J. C. LUNING For County Commissioner, Pist. No' 2 "'1
tersburg, held a school of O. E. S. in. when Vote for One. ,
in the morning. And
guest of her parents, Rev. and getting: up H. L. EWINGF.
1 Mrs. E. Iloycr.P. I ruction at the Masonic hall Monday attended you do get up, you miss that feel of CHARLOTTE R. COFFIN C. A.: ROBERTS I
Oct. 25th. The school was largely -
You feel tired HUNT
B. Browning was a visitor to refreshing; rest. more E.
and thorough from )beginning R. A. McAULEY rl
+ Jacksonville Friday. than when you went to bed. After a ,.
I Sixteen visitors from near-
I Fred Boyer returned home lust to finish. good: night's sleep you shtuldlet: \t\ W.N.NANNEYWESLEY :
I by chapters were present. The even- For County Commissioner, Dial. : f 1'
alive renewed, \0.3
week from Alabama, where he spent 'I Ing session was the official visit of the with a spring, feeling For State Superintendent Public Instruction Vote for One.' I
few weeks with relatives and friend refreshed. C. RICHARDS I
81 a Miss Lizzie Byrd was R visitor to Grand Matron of Florida O. E. S., And you would, too, if your blond! t
of St. Peters- Vote for One. S. T. POWLIXO
I Mrs. Emily J. Jeffries
f Starke first part of the week were full of red corpuscles. Your complexion ERNEST M. SMITH
Marshal. V. R. Reddish was a business burg and five visitors were present. would look fresh, your -ycbrifht j X< W. N. SHEATS
{ Kendrick
Mesdames GEO. W. ALLEN
Those attending were
visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. and clear; you would feel the
M. A. Torode was a visitor to Lake, Williams, Markham, and warm tingle of good health. JAMES ARCHIBALD J. E. JUNKINFor For County Commissioner, Pint. \Q.4
of Lake City, Mesdames Dor- Vote for One.
Jacksonville Wednesday. i Caphey, Look to your blood if you have that
Gainesville visited man, Brown, Geitgey, Schnoble, Mi- lazy, heavy feeling in the morning:
Laurie Edwards, of H. L. CLOUGHJ. J. M.
k -ll. Mr. and Mrs. E. ,
taking PeptoMangantheIdeal ,
relatives in Lawtey Sunday Begin Commissioner of AgricultureVote
: i James Browning, of Jacksonville, Glen St. Marys. tonic. It has bloos-buildinR H. DRUMMOND for One.
and Sam,
Math Pukes son,
spent several days with his parents I properties that pick you up and give
y last week, returning t.o Jacksonville Pukes, motored to Lake Butler Sun- you strength. J. W. LOCKEJ. X W. A. McRAEW. ,County Commissioner, Diet No. 5
; day morning Pepto-Mangan is widely: and heartIly Vote for One.
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt McGill arrived B. MOFFETTE. N. PORTER
Clyde! Rowe was a visitor to Jacksonville endorsed by physicians. 1 It is effective -
home last week from Kentucky and GAINEY
to take. It is -
iI Friday. ofi and easy prepared M. BRELSFORD NEWELL B. HULL
Miss Jessie Futch is teaching: school are pleasantly located at the home in both liquid and tablet form ,
i i :Mr. and Mrs. Arch McGill. Roth have the same'medicinal LELAND M. CHUBBF.
about two miles west of Lawtey. prop-
f'l Misses Wilson and Barrington have For Member
Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, was erties. County Board of Public
shaking hands with friends< here Sat rented rooms from Pr. and Mrs. See- I Sold at any drug: store. Cut be sureyou F. H. POPE For Justice of the Supreme Court instruction, Pint. No. 1

urday. her, King. get the genuine Pept<:l.Mllngl1l1 B. G. SMITH Vote for Two. Vote for One.
5; Mr. Schwartz, of Jacksonville, spent Mrs. Lorena Moore was the guestof I "Gude's" Ask foi it by the full

d Sunday at his home near Lawtey. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Register this I name and be sure the full name,'- GEORGE P. WENTWORTHFRED J X( W. H. ELLIS L. C. POWELLFor

Miss Eldredpr!: Reddish was a visitor week. "Gude's Pepto Mangan'* is on the
i I to Stare Saturday.A. Mrs. U. Spearman left Tuesday for I I.ackuge.Adv.presiding. COLE X THOMAS: F. WESTE.P.AXTELL
Jacksonville where she has accepted aposition.
II. Ilarlcy spent a few days In :MRS. L. L. HAYS Member County Board of I'ublic
Jacksonville the first part of the week Instruction, Pist. No. ;&
Julius Eunice and family returned Mrs T. J. Dekle spent the week-end II. F. Priester spent Sunday and MRS A. E. HENRI F. W."MARSH Vote for One.
in Sturkc the guest of her brother,
Saturday Monday with his family
t to their! home near Jim Ritch.P. A. N. JACKSON N.D.K.PETTINGILLFor J. O. DENNISON
I weekend
after spending a week with relatives I W. C, Armstrong spent .
W. Boi'um spent the week-end
1 near Lawtey i at Crystal River L. M, O'KELLEY
-i Miss Kldredgo! ( Reddish left for with his family. Ervin Deklo, of Jacksonville, spent

''r Highland the first of tho) week to accept II, C. Pceples of Miller, was a guestof 'I the weekend with his parents, :Mr HERMAN W. PILSBURY ForI.'nbl'r; County Hoard of Public

!' a position as teacher. Ilev. Proctor Thursday.Mr. and Mrs Bunk Dckle.I Instruction, ()j.t. No. 3

t 1 Miss Eva Mao jtedtlidb was a visitor Traxler returned to his work I Mrs. Enoch Mott of Wateronk spentseveral Railroad CommitMionvr Vote for One.

to Starke Snturdny. with the A. C. L., after a few days clays with her son, John !Mott Vote for One.

I) James. Pnrmenter, of Rniford, was a with homefolks.l | Miss Virgie: Thomas, of Miller, returned A. A. IIAl.c:

visitor here Sunday.I ; *ij. rjiu'-.u' .n returned! Saturday -, t" her home Tuesday morning X( A. S. WELLS

), Carter and family, of Wateronk, from a visit with relatives near after n pleasant visit with her sister, t S. C. BAIRD
j were visitors to Lnwtey Sunday. Trenton., Mrs John :Mott. I For Justice of the Peace Pisl No'.

k Misses :Sarah; and 7-.lz7.lo GrilTKweic Mrs Schellie Taylor and baby, of Mrs Liza Pukes spent several clays II GEORGE C. CROM: Vote for One.

visitors to Stnik Saturday. 1'ellmm fia.: spent several days with last week with Mrs Cob Rivers. I
The annual election of officers for Mr and Mrs. A. McGill. | J. A. York has returned home after GEORGE C. Mel! OUGAL G. b1. lilt (0 I '

Lnwte-y will bo held Monday, Nov. 15 The eight months old baby of Mr. n visit with relatives and friendn.I ,,

It Cnndiilntos arc announcing slowly nod :'III.... Guy Phillips is very ill nt Miss< Mildred Roberts spent Saturday .

3*, but no doubt there. will uo a full crop this writing and! Sunday at Miller visiting her For United\ States Senator IV.r State; Senator, loth: Senatorial For Countable District No 2
fi in time. Rev. Major delivered an Interesting i grandparents, Mr. and Mrs T. IIRimes. .1 Vote for One. Disti'ict Vote for One.

Miss Lizzie Starling; was a visitor II Kvttnon Sunday morning. .
1 I to Starko Saturday Miss Eva Epperson spent the weekend ,I Leroy Mizell spout the week-end X DUNCAN U. FLETCHER Vote for One. I> ROSCOE .(Oil:.V1; ?'

It 4 f Repair work on Grace! Methodist I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. with his parents at Worthingtnn.Mr I I D. E. KNIGHT
('hur'hstartIIIt'v'l'al, weeks O, was I i W. J, Epperson. .*. I . and Mrs. Joe Crews, of Guilford I G. A. KLOCK T

fir lulled last week Tho overhead pins, 1 W. M. U. met urVio Baptist church motored to Lake Butler Monday. JOHN M. CHENEY i For Justice of the Pence. Pist. No. i
ter work has )been replaced<1 wi'h ceil. Wednesday.' Mrs. A, C, Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Ciriffln, of Jacksonville I Vote for One.
were guests of Mr. and. Mrs.I I :M. J. MARTINI :I for :Member House uf !RepresentativesVote .
r E. Dell this week I :, for Two. C. R SAPP
i I
I W, C. Townsend spent Monday in I I
Jacksonville.Mr. I II.

and 1 Mrs. Hardy fowling, of I I. I'fir ItcproMentathe in Congress, CIIAS. II. REGISTER For Constable, District No. I

WRIGLEYS Madison, is the guest of her mother, | 2nd. Congressional District I'I'I Vote for One.
Mrs. Hewitt. I for One. _
; Hen Feinberg and Mr. Einstein, of X FRANK CLARK I r _I R. D. BENNETi
Gainesville, were guests of Mr. and I II
I .
For Constable, District No. 10
Mrs. Moso Feinbcig Sunday. FRED -i
j j/ : Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson of CUDBERLYI Fur County Judge II Vote for One. -
W. L. CASE Vote for One
Stnrke, motored to Luke Butler Mon. I G. W SAI'P

/ .p tlny. Mrs. Epperson: attended l the I II
I ,,
meeting of the O. E. S. Monday even.
I l ing. I J'or Governor I I1'or I
, Tfid II I II i For Justice of the Peace, Pist. No. 10
+ ? S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at the Vote for One. !:
i State Farm. Vote for One. II l|

I f1ie I :Miss Elsie B. Gillespie, of Guilford, I X GARY A. HARPER Vote for One. Sheriff |j I I E. A &APP

( \V 1 spent the week-end with her parents
.J// \\\I\ \ I I I Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gillespie. ,, W. L. VAN DUZER I I W. EPPERSON i ,,
t I sick -
I U 7r)1 'f ri Miss Edna Epperson is on the ,
\ I ;. list this week. I GEORGE E. GAY | For Constable, Iiatrkt'.o.= 6

:! _ I I I :Miss Maggie L. Olmstl.'naIi'll.! Vote for One.
..- DR. F. C. WIIITAKER ,, For Clerk of the Circuit Court I. _
I Harris, Mr. and !Mrs. Strunk, of Vote for One. | JACOB J, JOHN'S
Gainesville: attended the O. E. S. on I vtti

I II Monday: evening.! I G. W. ALDERMAN |I ,
I Mr, and Mrs, Pruston Williams, of For Secretary of !State" oj.
New River, motored to Lake Butler Vote for One. I For Constable., District :No. 4 .

'Ii We eat too fast-we Ii Iit' Tuesday morning I X II. CLAY CRAWFORD'' For County Assessor of Taxes Vote for One
.. Miss Cadio Floyd( spent a few days Vote for One. I I W. F. SMITHI'ropoxed "
much. in Augusta, Ga. last week with her
,' \ cat too 1- B. E. DYSON
brother Charles Floyd.
Eat less-chew It more. Supt. Poppellof Starke, was greeting i
friends In Lake Butler Tuesday I I Constilutional AmendmentVote

; moving I| For Attorney General Yes or No.
, WRIGLEYSafter :Mr. and Mrs :Malcolmn Riherd, of I I Vote for One. Tor County Superintendent of Public' Amendment of Section 0 of Articu (IX

Glasgow Junction, Ky., arrived in our Instruction I Relating to Taxation and Finn)

: every mealaids town Saturday and have rented the I| X RIVERS H. BUFORPI Vote for One. I I IH. YES.Amendment.

I Townsend cottage We welcome them
I I W\: [. M. GOBER D. WIGGINS i -of Section 6 of Artie" IX
to our community. % __
dh1cstlon.clcanses II
F'nai ce
p I| Relating toTaxation and '
Mesdames Forester and Ennis,

!' t g mouth and teeth and I -- ---- - -- I -_ NO.

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sweetens breath. Lake City, spent :Monday In Lake But. \
fr You Do More Work, ler. Manning Sunday. planted.TI'avelcrLooks. h
s You ambitious and Herbert Ritch, of Starke, was visitor though >
are more you get more a as YOI
wars" LITTLE BCNCriTS: MUCH William Kerce, of Lulu, were attending '
i'f a .a' enjoyment out of everything when your here Sunday.C. only have a half crop.BoyDon't .
to busines sin Lake Butlerone
blood is In good condition. Impurities In Th
Macclenny: of Macclenny, 'was expect any more
the blood have day last week
a depressing
very on
Still ScEverywhere transacting business here landlord the other half.
the system, causing weakness laziness,. .- Monday af. gets iifefrcnce -
nervousness and sickness. HAIFOItl) ternoon. | Traveler-Say, there's not .,
' OROVB'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC A box supper was given in the high between you and a fool

I restores Energy and Vitality by Purifyingand school! auditorium Friday night for :, Boy-only the fence. \ ,
I Enriching the Blood. When you fuel Raiford Oct. 29.-Wilma Andrews, the benefit of the school.A' .
Us strengthening, invigorating effect see! of South Jacksonville, was the weekend ,
1 I
I how it brings color: to the checks and how truest of her grandparents, Mr. Tyson: and family, of Mac I It was a dark night and the ow
it improves the appetite you will then and :Mrs. A. D. Andrews. clenny, have moved here and are occupying of the chicken coop, gun in hand. w at

,appreciate Us true tonic value. II. C. Foxworth, of High Springs, the Johns cottage. I, investigating certain suspicious n set'

GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC is the guest of Mr. and Mr. W. H. Dr. Goodson and Earl Whitten were i he had heard. >'
\4, C A155Illerrnimm IRON is not a patent medicine It Is simply Andrew. visitors to Manning Monday. I|I "'Who'. in there?" he called at ni
and QUININE suspended in Syrup k'kErastus
N So pleasant even children like It. Tl.i Rev. Barnes, of Miller, filled his John Kelly and family have moved open door.
i blond ueedsQuinine to Purify and IRONto apopintme-nt at the Baptist church on into the Whitehead cottage. ; inside, replied softl\ (at 'f"

Enrich it. These reliable tunic prepr| I Sunday. I -- reassuringly: t '

ertifs blood.never fail to drive out impurities lithe > I, W. W. Price returned to Istacha on "Now Tommy," said the teacher, ,I "Ain't nobody henh, 'cep'n us ," ;

Monday, after spending few days ens." ,
a "you may give me example of
The Strength-Cresting Power of GROVE t, I an a co-
here with relatives and friends. ---- --
i incidence.
TASTELESS; Chill TUNIC has made u ,
the favorite tonic in thousands of home Mrs. L. L. Sapp, of Hastings, was "Why-er," said Tommy with some Habitual constipation CuredIn
mmnmmmt More than thirty-five years sign tn the -week-end guest of :Mr.[ and :Mrs.C. hl.'sitation-"why, er, why me fadder 14 to 21 Day ?

would ride a long distance to get (..KOVLTASllXtSS . L. Sapil.Rt'v. and me mudder was both married on ;, "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"! Is a specioiHT-''
: Chili '.'C'llOoh..n:- : prepared Syrup Tonlc-Lan've) for Ha bitus .j
t E. C. Wells and family left the same day."
, c"1
member of their Constipation. It relieves promptly
Sealed Tight THE FLAVOR family bad Malaria or
t Welborn where will '"
needed a lxx-bu'tdmi! !, lot "n th-glvIIiP. Saturday for they j should be taken regularly for 14 to 2f 1
s -Kept Right CASTS tonic. ..The formula' Is just ilie sumo today make their future home. Traveler-Say, boy, your com looks' to Induce regular action. It Stimulates! .: sno
and you con get It from any date Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Roberts and yellow. Regulates. Very Pleasant to TaIL). 60t
I rI tf store tiOc per buttle. :Mrs. A. D. Andrews were visitors to Boy-Yes, sir; that's the kind we I per bottle. j



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QUALIFIED ELECTORS Oataa. P. B. -S-. W. L. lhellar. J. L. Willlaan. D. 0. B. $ f
0...... a. R. Smite W. F. Rhatiar W. 0. Ward. J. 0. Wilfiame RuckPerry.
M D. Sum n. J. r. Shall. O. W. Wllhama. I. r. William.. O. W.
Following is the list of qualified electors of the several precincts of Bradford County Florida, I'.rnah I.rlle L. 8m''{ C. M. Summers. Lonnie Ward J. J. Unston W.
r, Kenfrr. T. P. Ii1ml O. L. Smith J. W. Wllbama. A. 0. Wllllame. Nina ... j 1
in accordance with law .. A. I. 11m B. L. Shallar 0. ... "umm.. E. W. W.rd. Mary M. 1 .
I published) R A. Y. Su ere. Sam Rummer. R D. Tieon J. O. Young. David ',, vRoberta.
i 6ummew. Hoary S n, W. B. Smith "al.h Vak. .ntinr. V. I. Lower I. B. 'et1

And.-. S. Oort. Eula liar Hilliaed rIa..l. I'.re. 0 .T. Sav1r. Emily D.
A. Cootwrr Lac., Johne. W. L I'b.III.. D. L. Nmlth Canty B. S. v. E. H. 1I..n. G. W. Mab.hun D. Y. fIo..I1. A. I. I
A.per..n.Robt.. D. Cartel Cord Jnh.... Ert 0. PNWatLt" A. B. Small. Mary Andrew. Co M. on,. John 0. .iud.. W. R. J. I. 8ur..n.. H. 0.
uhford Georrs Ctaa. a.tLl. Joao. Jams Vatinept.4 H. H. Strong. Ellaabetk Andrew E. B. lenrunw Mary Haun.. E. M. Murtha. E.: B. Sullivan J. H. I ;i
.. Gn Ell. Johnwn Holland Pament.r R. UIF St..n. R4t'nd..w. .. And...... F. A. Sr. .......r. -Ie II.I\ Daniel Murrell. Wm. R. Bnwell L. W. .
tbraham. Wl B Crew.. Ma..Iri. Jonr. Pearl P. I'.rkln.. Briar Smith. Mice Andrew "oleon. Myrtle Harrell W. H. Melvin. Co C. Shaw J.i1. JRAbbott. 1 ".
t4nbam. If C....... Jo.ept.s Jonr. Eddie 1'arm.nler Jam. L. Stronr. E..tta Emily Gleon Arizona Hain D. W. M.IVhun. H. '1'. Sur.nrr. A. H .. 'JAndrew.
tnderron. .I'bn' ilur4.n. David Jonr. Celia J'revatt Framla 8uber Mary Ethel Cane. LueF L. 8. Mae IIhrl..r. J. L. I IAndrew.
lien. J. AO Dlnklne. Charlr Jon.. D."r J'aretenter J. Merry Stronr. .. Tan Con. Van tl..... N. O. Math,,,,.. 011I. Bt.'phenw S. B.
tndrr.en. Ihvta. Lee,{, A. Jons Little p..t&. V. Rowell 8t.rlfn.. Grrie Brown L. A. ('......... Virginia H.r..11 W. M. lIIurrh-. n."F R 'mon. Henry
tndrnan' Mlnnla Ik>..ver. W. T. .Ion... Luanda J..t&, J.rr St..... Enoch A. tyal D. P. Hague. S. G. !Nabh W. 8. "hr'.r.' In... I t ,
tndnww Ada owlln. Jeff B. Jonrs. Ellboth p..t&. Wm. St......... Bwli Brown.J. R. 1)o'lIn.. R. N. Haa... C. B. Ned W.llar. Ii1n"th. C. A. '
tnhfard M.ndl' VI..klne. Annla 1\1. C. H. I'.d".t& Matthew. 0 Stron6 Ahci 1lrry O. W. "r.l. T. D. It..rm. B. F. (hd..en. I.. F. Stewart. E. T. .'\
uutin. .1..1. Imw.... M.ltie 1\..... Harley Paul A. SnalNr. Ndlh Barter I. D. Dyd. J.. J. an.HYM T. M. O..n.. K T. Singleton Tune 1 i
lien. Carrtaldoa Durban. Eo..lla Luke. F. P. Paul H. Sal'p, Merle W. P. 1..1. 8dlb 1I..n. Euftl. OtJa Oll".r. Rhrlv.r Marguerite
"' ..,. B. 1kr. Lydia LN. Will Padiiel4 Miut. 8t.nlcy. I.ouir lineden. W. L. d"'ardo. T. B. Ila.rn tMBarefoot. Ollr.r Alice KurrenrY Alla B. f'
invert nJ:.. Butler ikre. W. H. Lea. Arthur Pakee. Jaevhlas Shepard All" P. M. Fd.ards. J. V. )lawn. Itubr Prartt 8. r.. Shrlver Alii.
; LEdw..""' .. Wm. B. Lowery. Lou"a J'hllllt". llebbl. Starling. NancF.ruwn"d Dexter N. E. Elmer. W. ,Edward Ilawab Minnh Palrnrr L. D. Rurrane Vera .
John ".dw.""' .. Maml. Loa Lowery. Suais Phillips. J. P. Sapp. Mary Hr W. FdwarM. ( barley latree.. Maml. H. Pbhuieter T. B. Tyler W.
,. 'nt'. 'III.h.rd D. F.rvtn... Emma. Lowery. Della RaVp Ncttla nonJ.J. H. Edwanb. Tommh 11..10.. Mary m. n. P. Thom... O. W. I '.
I Gtoo W. ..leh. _... L. Loa. ConDie r."at&, 6cma HtarUn". Llall.Sh.nn.n Itrran. Eu..n. F'owlrr. W. R. 1t..1... Winnle 1' J. W. Thomae. J. R.
I ; john F'utch. Robert H. L.wlw Georgia I."al&. Kisala Trl.r. Hardy llrunln. H.0. ""owlrr. J. 8. lIodn. Minnie 1'lnl.I.t.r. Ira W. Ir. Thomaw n. U.
t.uchard' A. W. Flltah 8. I. I..... M.b.-I }I."at&. Ka. 7orode. W. E.l !:. Mln..l. r- Fowlr". F. 8. H..n. Martin J.I..hol..r. J. W. L. Thums. IL B.
l :,.t, HI"m B. Futch 11m Q. Lae NaDcp I'.nt& LI..I. Terrr. Thon... J.i iiavllin Sallie "o.tb, I. 8. Johna 1. Lbwk Pnik L. D. "h..n.a.. H. E.
i::uwn F. Fut h. }l.nry Lea. Vln"7 Follard H. IL TMrnkn W. T. .. O. H., It. 1>. Padertt. Hampton Warren 1[. 8.
I '.nnan Jerry B. F'utch W. F. Lea. S. S. Itrdduh. J.... Thnmp..on 8. 1$. Hriaon. P. 8.Rwq. Fowler W. A. Johna. I., D. I' I. 0. W alkvr E. U. ., ,
Ins wring ferry Futch. E. H. I..n.. L.M11a 110"1"1II. F.noch I. Thede R. RI 0. B. 1"o..l.r. Jim lohna, Verl/r 1'resrtt. . I..rr '\il..n. '
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I", . hf'O H. 'utch. E. D. M..... 10hD M. Redding. U..n'7 P. Ti.def 1'.l4Ir Co4onGkon. B. O. H.ln.,. H. P. Johns. I'Inhok'ter I. W. IIr. W..t. 1 1
;s G W' F.rrl.. Kate Moore. James B. Reddah Volley B. Tkdelh I'vter Ir. L. W. ( .tlln. H. L.L KeKelley.lley. J. H. 1.lnl..I..r. Re.a Wilwm. ('. I"I I ,
I' FI I .'uteh Martha M.rr. loe T. It.ddbh P..w Tompkins. MII_ Ctuby P. A. tt C kua.rll. Warn n' W. R ;
.., W'H.. F ute h. Ot-rt...."". M-.I.F. Albert III..don. EL D. Torod.. I'.uhn. Glenn: J. o (tam :;.AL.La.. Keller:: : : C.: :. Raney, l'.r. Nalaw., T 'W, 1 1e. 1 d dVane.
'.1 n..r' lIam Ood..ln. Wm F. Moon. Th-. J. H..fer James M. Thoml.kln.. !NrtU ....... W.UI. ldnry.. H. '"..11.',.. A.ra Jam lCuoa. W'lilla. T. L. .
.c'.d', Robert A. Grllfl.. Enoch Morton Thomas B. Haler, terry R: Thomas. 'anDi. ('.....101'. II. L. O..v..r. I. R 1..Ia, H. I.. II..... \.ottl. Ward W. C. I I' "
Wlli..m. H. .jnff". John B. Murrhoe. L. M. kaier Eli.ha W. Te.ton Sue.D c......... Jma Ginn W. L. lewia. n. P. 1I.ln.'y. Klha Wumh. Jellies W. d..
J' C. Gunter Charka' 0. M..I"7. G. Weak k.rlrr John B. Teare. Calherins C. Glen 1'. I. lewla. J. w. Sldriry T. R. W.r..n. A. H. "\
r Mnnba, B. Orlffl.. Arch Moore. Jamr T. IIodd, loe R. Thede 01. J.J.J.H.. O..n. P. I. O. lewh. E. I. BhaW. J. M. Sr. W.r..n. Ad. \
II' Ma. Gukln.. T. Flaber Moth G. C. )Itrddlah Urr 'I'orrr. Julia ('one. W. P. Graven Jar phlm innn M. fihaw. J. it WIII..u.. Annie !I. '
Iyle; Irene Green W. Bl!:. Moore. Anthony Ithnden Ot" B. Thom... LI..I. ('.rt..r. A. T. n..n. Minute MaMmy M. r. !ya rrenry A. D. W..t. Mamie 0. I j
JI. Grlfi..'E. 1. M.rtJn R. F. 1I..I..r. Jamr Thompkin Ola ( Ardpll Hawn A. A. Morgan L. Shaw C. N. .I
"',' 'ky Ruth GruRb. John W. Miller Loa kawe. John B. Tied.le. MollI. Carver. J. C. )-Iaa.'n. T. C. Meet 8. M. Sh.w. A. D. 1 1
..n'Jlllnni.. S. Griffie. RIchard 0. Mil.. I. S. ko.ier I. S. T.II"r. Annie Co
,..wnin.'u.. Cron Arthur MOHI'F. Goo JlfOdd'.h.' Calvin Taylor Onle'vu. PRECINCT NO. fSTAUKE .
Jennle E!:. Green 0. W..b Marr L. A. kwon. Bob Taylor Carole
'Illnaur' Grlffl.. Joe B. Morgan M. L. Rob.-rta. James V.alll St..F 1..
1IIn"..' hedr Corn Richard B. Morgaa W. M. Rowe. A. J. Wllh.m.. Jordan Adklra, A. Z. / (' C. A. 1100..0. Rma r- 1- Nancy ..un. uwrge ''J I ICanovw
d. IJna. Green E. W. Moore Ada lI.ddl.h. I. T. Whitt John P.n. Andrew., J. W/r.Alvare. Fnntee O. (1un..r. Wm. I..n. n.n. II. U.lwrlwm Wn"F '
.....: II.UIa Griffie. Samuel Mare Nattb R."rto. John U. W.Iklneon. Ell.h .. D. WJAlvarea (....I n..n. Mara E. Hoover C. P. 1.I..rd. F'aonle lI..r.l. J. R. ), Nancy Green Jph S. My..... Mary Bells koMrta. a. W. Wlllinme. Tom 0. J MA""Un. / C roby. M.etha T. Hofman A. P. lame. Con'lle r. Id.binwn W. I. j .' 1
'liard Nand ".mbl.. .... Moore. W. $ Ikalar I. E. Wllkinron Bryant HanafdAltman. ('.m"III'Ii. Eth.lln. H. Flavet' I. O. law Allle R 1II..n. J. J.Crew. '
rl..r'II""I. Green W. C. Moore. Loul. Balls kedduh Mary Wooda. .lam.. W. J A. / Mary A. Ilrudnrwar. T P Maro. .;11.. Ithmlrn prod '
Idw'U J. W. GrIRu. 8. B. Maxwell Elmira Row.. Nettie Walnwrl"ht Truby L. Andrews..1. 4 Sr. (rub?.. Mildred 1l. Hall Juuh..r Mln.r. (J. 0. Ithmhm Levi I I
,'W> L 'kh..1.. W. Myers. Joo phID. Reddin" Malatha W.lnwrl"ht. G. W. Albert. RlctalflAlvarea. Chandler Ida K. Hampton Wm Morgan. S. 1". tuhlnwn .I c. ,
.r;'"d. George W. Godwin I. G. Miner EIre. S."P. Ch... R. \\.Inwr.aht. Jam.. H.'r't.r .I.... ('hr.e.. Lalia R H..rrl. J. K. M..k.. Mwr 1..rn..I.. laaa.Canova. :i
Marion D. Griff" RarmoDd Muldrn. harsh Starling. Irae N. Write. E. B. Alvares '.,W. Horenoe m. 11..1", 'n.,1, C. Murton. J. H. 1U."a. I'. M. I ,
n.ord. W. Robert (.rlffl.. Gwr"la Moore. Carolln. Starlin". Jamr W. M. W. Adams, HI// W. (nllry.. Lydia, Mulligan T"d H. Manning. J. 0. Robinson J. P. i
ewtard II. c.h.m.: J. I. Herr, Ella StarlinII'. Joalah Wilson Samuel Andreu. M O. CI.rld. I"II. H.I.I"I', W. R. Milrhvll Ilrn ? Jw IdaanluAamwl, -3
".r..rd. Ella.a . a. Griff... J. Moecey, K.1a Ii1tok... G..... W. J. W. Andrew. A* / M.Alderman Conway. Narlww IQ nayn.. I. o. lII.ubo. E.. S. ) 11. L. ;.t
Fnnk M. Green. DeulahD.h Miller. Lorenao 8.rlin.. Steve 1'. Woo..n. W. 0."pr. T J.Alvares. .dr. llora M. H....... J. AI Murrl. Joe ltlgdon Arthur :
Dalton Grll'... Manila Myers Vtrylnaa S..rd.. Jams Wat..n. Fred : : .**. L. l'handlur. Susie limklnw.n. IIlmon M.r.. W. A. IHtuh H. 0. I
.., Pllaecur. Grlffla. Pantie Marr Le"lIie Sapp Leonard L. Wilkinson ta..r: A Iv...... 0 B.Alvam Cmpcr. Audrey K 0 L. Morgan J. W. lIu08pll, It P. 1
John W. Godwt Annie Loa .Marr. .Ioe Smith Albort A. Whlwbead Iebee E M. Jr.Alvaiv. Conway. Ituhr I. Huth N. H. M..n. Jnin.A 11.h.rd., Emma
mono W. C. Gra Mends McCord .I. I. li1a"p. J. Shl'ma. Williams. Llr// M J. ('lark Ii..heth: Morns. W. C. Mlt.h'II. Henry Sr. 11..loln..n. Vera L
mesa John 0. (..mbl.. Annl. McCormlok. .Iohn 1>. St.rlin.... Lea Willlama Charlr Alvar". Errol Cady Flora R. Hnrn.bF. Jamr Morgan Frank 11..11. 8alli. 1
..rord H..bert N. Crtwn J...... Mcnlek Jam. 0. Sapp henry R. Wlillame. Lovl. A Iv.'". A. L. ('ha.. It cue I. HrRinr.w.rth. ". 0. Morgan. R. L. II..b.rtM. Eve: B.
lI'r. Charles. L. GriRia. M.tLl. McMillMillin. J. H. Stron.. Scott W...... J.. AnilrHon> Georire A. Clark Isom. Harrr. Sam fir M.wro. L. V. May Olive E.Culloy .
.efonl IL Franklin 1I..rd. Loul. IIIe1U"ht E. Surtrln .Ielf WIIlI.m.. Herbert ''An'l1IDn. A. W.A..u. I.aura L. lIarrl... Arc" I. Mitchell I. M. IUteh Jo.b.ICumnln" I
mirh"e6, John D. H,11, Louts H. McRI"ht, Nellie Stron. Rider Whltl.r. Judla Ira W.rflreu "" .Iuhn A. Ibml..wa... H. D. Murrhxe. E 01 Ilhrh Grrla L.
,nor Urn. W. Harley. A. H. MelU"ht, Wllllam 8cnmanRer W. ... WIIII.m.. Lucy ", George K.varei. ikwling, B. M. Humphrey. Huftm S. Marko. C A. Wundlrce. H. PJ.I'ul. .
wiord Jim 0. Hlehw Henry J. Norman W. E"la Sw.rt&, A. I. WIIII.m.. Edna / . A. B. .*.. J. M. Hra. F. A. Moore. V. M. Richard Clara LUevta
tin Gorge Hhtower. W. B. Norman Jamr S. SaP". I. H. Wlikin.on C. 0. ndrew, T. A.ndrew W E. Holdr4 C. N. 101..11. T. F. IUnd'n., 1.1111. I. I
mdy Edd Howard.. H. A. Norman Wm. N. S....." L.-.VJ' Wllkinaun TlU1UIq *. R. J.dkln. 1..Su. W M. If'm'.orway.' Frank 0. Manning U. W H..ddl.h. M.I..I H.Iayl .
o>man, Gee; llerroll J. 1. Norman Jerry M. Starifng. Lilli. Walker Nellie IIw.I. .. Lot .. J R. Hkker J. T. Morgan Loa ..Itoddtah Carrie M. ,
John W. Hill Emma P. Norman, Henry. a. Starifng. lute Wilklneon Martha Andurm Ada :J Dell. lava Ifarrl.. I. J. MaraeU N W. Itrldl.h. Myrtle R. .
'art, C. C. Harley Ahhl. S. Norman J. N. Strong. Lonao Wdklneon Martha Alvarv.. Lucia .. 1l..S".. IIwlhea Hankrnon, G. W. JIll"..r. Everett Nay Carne A. I{ '
.rt, A. J. Hampton Mary Nettie W. J. lltarhn" Alfred "......, Itehecea M. Darby. A. M. lIoot.'r. Ar M.'rar J. N. 1ieby. F'Inrenae A. .
''lIOn, K. C. Harrell Lucy. Norman Grda S."P. Gwornla Albert Edith Dw. F.. R. Hall Wm. 11I11I.. d. R. ShelTur .'. 1- .. ..1
Laura U..woton. Ca.ah Overstrry W. L. 8url.Jn. Annl. .& Mien, N.IIi. Q.Alvarea. Ikea. .'. M. JIoIII.... W. M. Mint.,. Aaron Alalrunk G. M.
; Kettafclderman \la.I. Tom D II.,.... \C. W. Mot& 11. V. 8lrlekland k. D.
PRECINCT NO. 2 LAKE BUTLER Ina "ul..e. W. A. II.......... C. P. Mulu W A. Har'I'. .I HIlea. .
\ndrewa, Caralln R.tndreu. .. C. M. Iarvrrd W B. M..ltt. A. E. Atrichlend A. 0
Marguerite L. Uavla. I. A. Hurls. E.: H. Mott W. F'. Bllwx. I) I.. :
1'lIun. O. W. Cone Leona Hall T. H. McCall R. L. Singer. 8. Andrew. Amanda Uavlw E. M lI..mllwAF. iron Mare. N. 01 Hllax. J. I.,
'm., Henry S. Gnner 8 A. II.ney W. I. III.GIII. A J. Spear J. B. I AI"....., Jan Knauer W I. ILmrlek 8.rah 1". Meson II I U. IIU.ux. W.It.r
draws. W. L. Con. I. B. Hundrraon A. L. McKinney MN Smith. L F. Auiitin, J.n.And..on. Drew. John P. NN"vard th.1 J. Mathl.. l'anway Rw.Rt. O. 11.
lun. Wm R. Ir. Ikkle L. S. Hewitt, T. M Newsom. J. T. Stok.. O. O. Myrtle R.Ai ....wlln... R. 8. Hlckry. Ann. L. Mathl.. N..I.nn "tump. .'. F. J 1 .
n. T. J. tiekle W. A. Itendrtck R A. Nrttloa.. J. M. Rteveneon 8. 0 I ......, Arlmlntl Darby J. M. tlm.ver (l'alwrin D. Mlddlutou. w. B. Hnrnn.n. U. C. '
a. W. JL Dyrw A. W. Hendrick 8. B. Odom F. P. NcMll. Alrln. Alie ti. r k.vor. perry 11..11..1'. .rrl. MonM1'tk' W.... Nulllrw l'larona
1. R. J. Duka. T. I. Harrell R. D. Odom L. C 8.-h..II. Th.lm.7. Altman, Ella L. U.dl Bin 1I..v..r. 1'U.: M........ A. R. tIoott, F A. I /.J
;nnla Ilennlaon. J 0. Hndrr. L. 0. Oet.nn W P. Smith CarrlcM Hryan. J. R. I taNue. KdIY Humphrey Alloa M.n J. I. Hinglnum NtephnUurlinr If.
'. John T. 1..11 R. E Hundrtck Thce A. Olllpn. John Sprtnkle. Iv, T. i I Bryan J. H. C S. Hemingway. Annl. M Mllla. Charles] tIe..l& A. L. r .
n. w. T. Dukee. John JI Harrlaon K.tblJ1l, 1'. M. Stanton MA F. llaLden. W. W. Buharr AII..rt "..llIn..wortl.. Annl. D. Mutt. N. C. Hullivrn N. N. .
man Q. D. Dowling. F. M. Hewitt Proctor 8. 8. Scarborougk Alia1 Hrownlee. H. L. Pious. Sh.n, 1I..lIlm'.w"rth. lda I. Mutt lA a. NhlPman F1: IL ,;
'run". W. 0. Dowling W. H. Hall Lota Phlllipa. G. V. 8e.rINJm\U... 1I..n.8. ANnockinglnn ik'rl hunks 1i..I..n. J..III" M. Matbv.a, Ids D. HYVP. WIIII.m ?
noun G. 0. Douglue. I. L. Hall, I'rcelon. Jamr M- 8tricklen. R T. ....v... Fred 11,11. Maria K. Mauhuws. J..nn".. D. fU..rnl"r". N . '
'u0n. M. L. Dyrw. J. F U.II. Anne Proctor A. E. 111m. hetiton J. E. Ulrps. J. C. llnnbenon Id. M. Mory.n Vld. V. ElII.o. J. J. !
"ova. R. A. Davta R C. Harper N.ncF 0 Prlat.r. H F. II,. ;. Ela' Brown Henry Y. Duke. H. E. L. Huxlar MnYYIe. Eo Mor".n. Elvin. 0. NLronp. R. O. '
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old. G F Dekle. A. I. re..r Do7 Brownlee. More ilertha L.
J. .
Hall Lola Powell ... A. M. 1..1.. Laura A. 1I..n.. n..I. A. Aw.nbem A. J
rang. F Agnes Duman L. A. Johnaon Wm. 1'arrl.h ":. T. Town..n Townannd l J.T. Brown William ....I.. aU..rln. III Hxynr, Ilutw M..L.rln Mmrn. M.Ilnda III Hmlth L. 01
u. Alice 1)ekle. P. P. Johnaon J. O. Parrl.h. R E.!: Tcrn W' A. Brown Ja.per 1>..1.. hr l'ar'7m.a IIKr"., M.oril'le A. MIJJInton Nolla D. tllrlckl.n". (1 B.
noun Uora 1I0wlin.) John II Johna W. I. A. Prrrieh T. U. Ii Kurney, U. W. 1>{1".... Lou C. Joh". A. H. Muahull l.u.lIl. 0. Ntrloklnnd iieorq '
raw." Fred Irl......... C. H. Jonr Taylor, R Hryan. P. F.IImwn. M. 11..I..r.. L
J. W. F J'.d..otl. L P. Toanwnd: :J I'.wlln". Dulls II. Johnw. F. 11. on 8w..t O. o. \ ,
1. .YO. A. Duka. Ben L. R. J. I'lt... J. H. B.: Oliver Duh.rt. I.ulu Jones. Ih.W..t. C. Martin. IUnd. M. Nl.nalwrry. II. A.
I. Frank M. Dyal. R! W. Johnwn L. G. 1'10000. J. F. Tomlln.nn Townsend I: F. Halley, John Purlinx. Mary L. .Ioh"a. M. L. M.luhun. 11.11I. tlllno". C. T. r a Ins
men W. 8. Dr.wdy F. L. Johnw S. I. J'.d.ptt, F D. Tnwnwnd' C. Hemnt. W. A. 11011. Suol. J..b"n ndraw M.h.hun. .Ian. B. Hdllxr. lI..n. ., John P. Iekk. T E. Johnw 8. D. P.nlah R. O. Thnmaa, 0 He..ent. Abraham l kill. lIubr John.. je, II. Mathia :11..: r- Nt..rn. A""u.t' .:
d. C A. Iyal Daniel Johnaon S. 14: Parrish N 8. R llrooka. W. a.lloglTM Ikrll. Mrmla Jackson Raymond MInx4 Sarah IL Nunn Jlarrr ,
r. J. H. Urhreen. G. C. Johna. L. N. J'arnah R. A. Tomhmn Treadway H. L. C. D.vl.. ..:II.n .Ionoe. "D.Y. Marr Ullvs Hatrunk, (1 11.Ulaon .
rte.. D 1. Dicke. Thomaa Johnw R. S. Proctor F. M. 11 llundifl Jcobllalnden M.m6 $. Jnnea. Newn Murrla. 1111. A. Hllmi. 8. 8.I..r. .
IlIi..n I. J Lon 1)O,8u., Johnwn Mary B. I'.rrlah. Ida F 'l'r.Todd J (,eo. W. Marl' :I. J..klno. ,, A. O. Mltchull ('.rrie flt.rlln.. B. I. I
F. Iles. H. 111. Johns Maud. Prieater Stella Th.. ;. Sane. llronke, Albertllryan Ulson lII.tild. Johns. Ab. Minsr Idr W. Htevnn.un. 11. L.
"n, J. M. Iennlson C. N. Knl"ht dam B. Padrett Anna I. W. A. J. I..ver. MarF E. Jonrw. .r.nk M..r".n, Arlaom Ntrlckl.nd' 'harloF
1m., IJ. W. Ioualaaa. I. U. Kerce. F. W. l'ona. Unie H. Todd Tom"1", un. C. P. Harden. Paul 1'1..... F'annls B Jachwa A. I. Md ....hl".... Grraf: Nulllv.n J. B
"" IL E llekl. J. E.: King. Saber 1'arriah L. E. T"ml on. M T. Kryan. W. M. lowlier. "",nl. O. 'nhna. J..b I. Mr hlnnrl. J. A. J. N.w.r O.n I I.
own, ACF Dekle. T. J. Jr. Kennedy J.lber I'.rker. G. E. Tn.. ..nd. F. M. brown, H. B. lramun Mpn..l. B. Jonr. J. T. Mclta.. H. JL Nuthxrland I. I. '
mw. J F. Ilouglar. Cbarlq Ke... R. W. I'arrl.h. Susie May 'I'.r I I. J. R. llarkowlti. Julio Ikme'IIY 1..11. 8. S.ff I. Melt.w Mike J. IIn..II"....... lie W.
'eon. B. F. Dell Jennie Kite. Elijah Raenbera. lI.nl7 R. H. llennett G. H. Ibre. M..,. N. Jnhn.. F. M. Mery: S F N...wklnrer II W. !
II. G. C. l1owlln... E. M. Knl"ht J. D. Klvnp. C. F. 'I'ToaI"r.d. J. L. Itrown l..m I....... Elu.lwlh II. .I..h.. N. J. McCleaagb.a I. R. 1I..rlln" "r.nk "
8\\II.. C. B. Douglasw S.III. 0. Keroe. J. loti 110....._. W. N. rchton J. Q. Brown W. A. "hrby Ann. E. Johnwn. 01 O. Mel/re. J.0. Ktrlnkirxd W. B. I
a. N. Drl"...... Ruby K.rc.. H. H. lIobe_. J. M. .dd. Jeff Hrymer Arthur lhrby Ida L. Jrhgmun. I'. A. McKinney Volley Ron. Fred I
"'on. A. W. Dekle. Weltha Keroa. I' P. Richardoon L 0 i.on. E. I. Maker. Hardy Fdw.rda. J. W. .I.ok."n, J. 8. MaMlllrn P. 1:1.: KnYdnr H. M. rl
k..loIpr.. J. K( Do..llnl, )1.11. Knhrht W. A RoherU. H K. 'Town..nd. J. E. Ir. Drown William tlln"t..n: J"hD A. Jrek.un A. L. McKlnury J. A. I. Jn Rtrnbnrg. E. H.
.n Cleo Davie. R. L. King. A..n.. 111m.. W. O. Thoma.. Joeon Hryan W. B. .. F111unun Janes. Willi. 6 MaMlllrn Alms L HI.rIInY. E. A. ,
J.I ott. Ruth 0. Dowling. R. L. IIIIMIt'e Itugkter. C. H. Thomas. Brady lloyd J. Is..e Janes. R. A Mal.aun: Ibaww Hurllnr. J.C.. ;
Matti Dowling. 3. A. Knl..h" Edar Itlvera. H. O. Townend W. P. W. E. Fdw.rda'L.: R. JnhaUn Eel I. NaGwder 8w..t. P...d
?I 'Billia Iekle. Lillian P. Kara. Sue.n Co Richard G M. Tomllnson Nalon I llarnea J. Tllrown ':dw.rde. W. P. Johnwn Jew McL.M. sAJrane! Ib "'rlckl.nd. 0 R. i
Davla. J. A. Kennedy Emma Riven R P. Tnwneend S. E. I : Esther llIoU. I. S. J"h.. Y. IL 0. MaGr 81t.bath 81..11.. ... D.
t. John Fpar.on G. A. ..... W. H. Jw Rivers. P. M. I To..n..n". Chrl.tlne IlIIo.Klworth. Warm ..n.. Goo W Jahnann. W. L. McHri.le. 'I'hom. RtrlnrIloa'. W. Q. I
miry, J. B. ":Fdunfleld D. R LoadholtW.. B.!: Rober. N. E. Townsend L. N. . B.Ilium. d..arda.. N. 8. Juhuon J.rl! McMillan 0... Nmkh Kirby fi,
Wm.S Fi.iaeon. Edna Loadholta. M. E. Roberta. C. A. Town..nd. Clan IL .. E. L.llurrows Rdw.nh,. W. MltabaU Jehrwrn. Uaw Neal (;. R RIroM W. It.
n.. B. Fiaraua" Unllie 0. Long. H S 1I.1I.0n. Haney/ Trailer n. M. R.Hryant. ":"..r. C R. Jonr. Fred U Na.l. Id!: Hlatrunk beery 8 v'-
M. L. P''rth. D. B. Idhnlt. JuUan W 1I0""rt." S R. V.rn.. William FrankHowen. ":FdwaJa Wm. Johnw W. I. Nnrni.n J. l1.! 8t1I1"r. 1.1. r
'a4' J. M. F'airelnth 0r.. D. Iane. Martin Roberts. E. Varn.. Henry R D. hptonnn.: W. :I. Johna. O. C. N.Iwm O. f. NnyderPearl 1
1n7.n, .1_T..L Floyd, D. P. Markey. M. $ IU.h.rda. 8. t Varn.. Harney Hrannen, H. A. Jolla H Jnnns. i-. E. Nurrh. HI.I.rot, Nmtlh Or.oa D.
Fowler Henry L M.nn. A. I. Raui.nnn I V.rnr. J. L. lll.l.op. H. A. Raxtmrn.: I.. H. Johns. Allen M Burman W H. Nl.lmnk Clan B.
r. 8. M. "Fitaatrick. Con Maln_. J. E. Richard RM Vrmr. N. L. Hryant. E. U FdwarJa: M. .I"h.... Ethel: Nrwaom H. A. I..ura H.
n., J. J. ..Inb.-..... Mae MMott. John Roberts. I"ay W Varnr. H. O. : llrown W M. Eo",, Loretta 1 8 R. N.w..m. O. IL Nlump f;.. w. 1
e .Iohn B. 8r. Faila. Fannie ... S 1. it..i", ,_..) nnodn. Vining. J. W llatsden. Ad. U Fnwy: Alva N. Johns. P. Nxwwnk I. II Flw..t. lI.ul.h A.
''cry. A.. frank ... Fowler. lI.ttla Mnshew'T.3. 11..1...... Annl. B!. Vama. S. L. llrownlne, Maud M. I1..on.. . .I..In.. Ells: r. NI.ho". S.mud Nhq.m.n Mara l1.!
E. Powhr. Anna IL Mar.hbum J. $ Richaro'0n. IADn. Varnee. N.III. a Brownie, 8 Elisabeth Flplwr.on, E.. Johnwn, Newman M D. Nt.renaun a
lain....... T. 0. Felnherg 8. M. Mann Aler Richn Bethel J:. Vamr. Amanda Ha'.den' Addl. Fdwardx: MI8.hl. Jenkl", S.rah r. Nuwsam O. T. NmIM lIe.trlo. O.
W. K. A. n..odm.n' i D' Mann R. L. R..r.' 1.1..1. Vlning. K... grown, Milll A. torah. C. A. Jaar. Ada D. Norman H. L. Hlnrlutnn. Lulu 8. I
41n. A. Greene. R. R. Mona John HI.-rd. Lily Waters. I... : II...".. L C.1I..nt. .Frwmnn A. H. .1..1". 'fhxlma, m. N..I.. Mary L. Hmlth Ell.
J. R Galn"F. Ben P. Moore. J. M. 111"" .tai L. D. W...... W. I. / Minnl 0. }F'utoh L E. .Iaml..n. Gddla Nnd Marl r. Nlrlakland Myra
nil", C. O. 6dlreple., J. H. Mann J. M. Jjchard. S. A. Whitehead" W. R III".... Ida L. Forsyth. W I Jnrr. Nary Allee Udom raDk HVlkr. Maltl. A. ,
n, John W Glover. R. R. .. Miller E. W. Annie B. Williams J. m. Ilurm_. Sarah J. Franklin. 8.... L Juhrn.on. Aorta Co twleen. Berry H.,.,.. Ieuna ,. I
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