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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: November 12, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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LUME FORTY-TWO. .-c: S'tAlutE i"IrbOlUDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2:1920\ ." ... :.:. ,: : ...,-"''''' NUMBER TWENTY

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URT ADJOURNED TUESDAY WORK-: OF REBUILDING GOING' : "'IJs'EW.YORK{ STRIKERS WERE <1 DEATH OF LITTLE ANNIE MAE -

FORWARD IN FRANCE TODAY BRADFORD COUNTY I: .:,BHlhEI>J TO CALL OF STRIKES POPPELL- !
Lord Dougl.e Sentenced to Five I _
Years at Raiford Experts Kept Buoy Exploding Old |Union' Men Implicated in Diwlosure: Little Annie Mae Poppell, youngest
Shells on Former Battlefields \ Made,Into Building Trust j' child of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell, 't"

Imce our last report the followings ELECTION RETURNSLARGE 1\ "; died Thursday evening at 9:25, from .1"i ,,__ .. Y
were deposed of at the circuit A visitor in some parts of France New York City Is ready to suspend the. after effects of diptheria. Thebereaved ..,.." '
The court adjourned Friday today would scarcely believe that the all public work until it is learned It parents have the sympathyof .." ,,'
f r discharging the grand jury and war has ended, for French experts are ,:, J! ;.J"i:" there was "open competition In bid many friends both in Starke and .
nvened Monday. busy daily blowing up old shells, both ding for the work." This announcement throughout the county.
Civil Docket German and French, which have been MAJORITY AGAINST STATE BONDING ( was made by Mayor Hylan when The funeral was\,held Friday after- ?

A. Crosby v. C. B. Moody et al, land in by peasants clearing their the Lockwood joint legislative committee noon at two o'clock, at the residence ton
lumpsit, damages $250. Jury found in preparation for fall plowing. AMENDMENTThe probing alleged graft in building N, Walnut street Rev. B. D. Law,
plaintiff; awarded $134.99, attor- There are millions of the shells, and announced through its counsel, of the Baptist church, and Rev. J. C.
\\'m fee $30, costa $4.44. the number of exploded shells pick- that it had only scratched the surfaceIn Diggs, of the' Methodist church, conducted -
Lake Butler Bank VI W. S. John ed up would make it seem that every county canvassing :boar )net I Newell Bv Hull. 234. its investigation of the "building the funeral ceremonies Rev..
1, assumpsit damages $200. Jury other shell fired was a "dud. last Saturday and election canvassed the vote For* Justice of the Supreme.. Court: trust." B. D. Law softly sang, "Safe In the .
Nov-
find for plaintiff; award $100.62, at- The shells have been cleared from of the general held on W. H. Ellfe 1114. > ? Mayor Hylan'' asserted that the Arms of Jesus," after which Miss Jessie
ember 2nd. The official figures show F.
cy's fee $35 costs $13.41. the fields, near the highway, so far as Thomas West, 992. "building trust the milk trust the Thomas and Mr. Law, accompaniedby 0
Lake Butler Bank vs W. E. Load- surface indications go, but others will the usual large majorities for all dem. E. P. Axtell, 30. coal trust and the other trusts have Miss Doris Law, sang "I Will Sing
fcz et al, Mumpsit, damages $1000. appear from time to time, and perhapsnow ocraticv party nominees, and thht the F. W. Marsh, 143. built'.a: wall about New York greater You a Song of That Beautiful Land."
ry found for plaintiff; award $513, and then will explode, blowing constitutional amendment providingfor N. B. K. Pettingill, 136. than:the great wall of China. While Rev Disrgs made a comforting talk,
bond defeated in
state issue
rney'. fee $f 0, costs $11.81. farmers and their teams to pieces. Explosive a was For Railroad Commissioner: the legislative committee was hearing basing his remarks on the Bible verse,
Lake Butler Bank vs W. E. Loadz experts saw that a "dud" will this county by almost a two-thirds A. S. Well*, 1147.S. witnesaes! in one room of the city hall, "Suffer little children to come. unto
assumpsit. damages $600. Jury not cease to be a dangerous article majority. C. Baird, 25. the board of estimate, meeting in another me." .
Slid for plaintiff; award $281, attor- during the first seven years of its interment The democrat!? presidential electors George O. Crom, 159. ; room, rescinded four contracts Annie Mae Poppell wan"' born May
Vs fee $30, costs $4.16. and that its >possibilities of received an average of about 1240 George C. McDougal, 10. Involvh approximately $7,000,000 24th, 1019, and died November 4th,
Lake Butler Bank vs C. J. Harney peril may last much longer. votes each, while their nearest competitors For Senator: worth of business on New York's new 1920. "
the, regular republicans, received I). E. Knight, 112. 1010;
\, asBumpsit damages $260. Jurynd Nor are the "duds" the only grim court house. I interment\ took place In the
of 217 which Indicates For Member RepresentativesEverett
an average House of
for plaintiff; award $109.70, mementos of the war still found on that. Bradford county, is still Johns A.*", Ephraim B. Levy, a contractor and family cemetery at New River and tho
M.
Lrney's 1135. *
fee $35, costs $17.70.Lake the battlefields. Here lie, hidden, but safely democratic Wv V. Knott re- real estate owner, testified that he final ceremonies were) conducted by
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Butler Bank va G. C. Sapp, asinpsit Chas H. Register, 942.. Rev. F B. Johns of the A
of soldiers had have Baptist
still unburied, some the brave ceived the largest ,.ote'of -of the For paid $25,000 to etriko settled
found any County Judge: '
damages $800. Jury of France. Some time they will on -a $2,000,000 building he was number of friends and relatives, carrying .
democratic candidates for presidential .
K A. Green 1116.
plaintiff; award $338.21. attorney's be honorably cared for, but now elector., For errcti( g. ,He said. he paid the moneyto many beautiful flowers, accompanied -
Clerk.of the Circuit Court
} $50, costs $7.01. France has no money nor energy to The :'vote on the constitutional : Goorg'e Backer, a builder, who was the remains from Starke to
G. W. Alderman
,ake Butler Bank vs W. S. Johns JJ2S. v
New River
search minutely for them and give to give it to Robert P. Brindcll '
amendment was 876 for, and 534 . ; pres.
,JFor.Sierifri.; .
al assumpsit damages $300. Jurynd _
I them decent burial. Of course the it. ProvlJenee Ident of the building trades committctvsJTnu - -
for plaintiff award $122, atcy'5 against Lawtey : !;; Rat W. J."Epperson, 1167. i
fee $25 costs; $10.71. greater portion of this grim task) 'lias ford and Theressa precincts gave ma. i For Tax'Assessor: money, Mr., Levy said, was McGILL-PAGi WEDDING A BEAUTIFUL -
been accomplished. All sectors in jorities for the amendment. Otherprecincts th4 striker ;All soon as i it was AFFAIRNot
itizens Bank of Raiford vs J. W, N. D. Walnwright, 114(). paid
er et al and' S. W. Smith, claim which Americans were engaged have I I returned majorities!,againstit. : For Tax Collector: I' ,men- were, ordered back to
_. The suit was to decide the own- been well searched by American officials . j E. W, Hayes, 1011(1.( work. c' ... \. in A long time have we witnessed
I, assumpsit, damages $1,000. Jury The vota for national*, state and For County Superintendent of Public Mr. ptermy<>rassertcd/ that a wide so attractive a wedding as that of
mM 1 After territory has been cleared of county officers was as follows: Instruction: spread system of extortion was being Mis Ruth Page to Mr. DeWItt T, Me- ,
Mark Chandler vs R. R. Prevatt, as- shells, bodies and barbed wire, much For United States Senator: H. B. Wiggins, 1088. practices} by:unscrupulous labor leaders Gill, of Lake Kutler, Fla., solemnized '
iipsit, damages $500. Jury found remains to be done. The land must be Duncan U. Fletcher}" 1254. For Members Board of County Commissioners to obtain vast sums of money at the home 'of the bride's -mother
plaintiff; award $88.45, costs $ :- leveled. If it was extensively trenched G. A. Klock, 27. : from employers under the pretext of Mrs W. D. Page, on October 20lh.(
it 1 I. very difficult to put in shape John M. Cheney, 164. II. II. Williams 673 or actually railing strikes The house was beautifully decorated -
C. Johns v. C. M. Phillips, re- for a 'return to cultivation, for the M. J. Martin, 11. C.-A. Roberts, 773.S. "Tlic+.jolat, legislative committee," the prominent colors being green
|vin. The suit was to recover two trenching was eccentric in many in- For Representative in Congress: T. Dowling, 667. he aal.,\ !investigating the alleged and white mingled with autumn leave
lies] one horse, wagon and harness. stances. Frank Clark, 1211. J. M. Brownleo, 704. building trust can perform no greater and flowers from the hill of "Old I
fry found for complainant. Reconstruction of homes in the farm Fred Cubberley, 150. II. P. Gainey, 654. service. fur legitimate, organized labor Kentucky"
pi. S. Fernandez vs H. A. Shaver district becomes doubly difficult be- W. L. Chase, 25. For Members of County Board of Pub- than that of exposing, punching AiTUie strain of Lohengrin' Wed-
cnt to murder. Pleaded guilty to cause of the transportation problem.The For Governor: lic Instruction: and ejecting the wolves and vultures ding March were rendered by Miss
bnd for plaintiff; award $249.04 and vast industrial plants are gone, Cary A. Hardee, 1274. L. C. Powell, 760. who httVp been fattening on its vi Julia O'Neal, of McComb, Mian., the
(ts. which further halts the work of re- W. L. Van Duzer, 23. J. O. Dennison, 748. tals." 'i.j bride descended the stairs, precededby ,
D. Mott vs Joe Thornton, re- habilitation. It has been officially George E. Gay, 168. A. A. Raton, 065. Testimony was'offered to the effect little Mime Elizabeth\ Hindman .,
vin. Settled out of court. stated that In one region 145 out of Dr. F. C. Whitaker, 6. For,Justice of the Peace, District No. that upwards of 400 plumbing con- and Elizabeth Harvey, who made way
ohn Thompson vs A. C. L. Rail- 214 industrial plants were literally For Secretary of State: 1: tractors In New Yolk City, submitted the path of the bride with strands of l
iy. Continued by consent. destroyed. This means new buildingsand H. Clay Crawford 1234. C. R. Sapp, 75. their proposed bids for plumbing workto white ribbon, and little Miss Elizabeth -
|). N. Harris vs Henry Thomas dis- new machinery, both almost impossible B. E. Dyson. 160. For 'Justice of the Peace, District No. a central clearing house under the Tucker, who, carried the wedding

ss for rent. Continued by con'sent. For Attorney General: 2: "code' oj practice" before they were ring (In a large chestnut burr. ...... .
R. Chastain vs W. L. Overstreet But France is hard at work. Recent Rivers H. Buford, 1183. G. M. Richard, 184. offered a prospective client.A The bride was met In the hall by ; '
lal, assumpsit damages $400. Jury figures how that 145,000,000 cubic Wm., M. Gober, 168. For Justice of the Peace District No. dramatic moment came when Mil- the groom and together they marched
ind for plaintiff; award $117.50 and I yards of trenches have been filled For Comptroller: 10: ton Sclnialer) a plumbing contractor, across the room, standing under an
.75 attorney's fee. ,and about 197,000,000 of square yardsof Ernest Amos, 1221. E. A. Sapp, 47. pleaded? on the witness stand with arch of honeysuckles and dahlias, =; 1.
The Clackshear Mfg. Co., vs J. M. utterly obstructed land cleared of Jas. T. McCarthy, 34. For Constable, District fro. 1: committee counsel no Uo continue Its while Mrs. O'Neal softly played "Oh
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lick, damages $5000. Jury disa- barbed wire. Yet the problem, declare W .Ii. Northup, 160. R. D. Bennett, 66. questioning which he said would imperil Promise Me." Rev. Pope A. Duncan ,(
M- rehabilitation experts, merely has For Treasurer: For Constable, District No. 2: hte "$1,000,000( worth of busl- pronounced the beautiful ring
noxville Lumber Mfg. Co., vs S. approached so far. I J. C. Luning, 1195. Roscoe Johns, 190. flees/' lie said that under the "codeof ) cere
Barry, damages $800. Jury disa- --- II. L. Ewing, 24. For Constable, District No. 4: pr lctjce" four per cent of the annual mony.
jfred.febout. NATIONAL GUARD INSPECTION F. E. Hunt, 106. W. F. Smith 21. 'gross income of 400 plumbing The bride was indeed beautiful In .
a dozen more civil cases on For Superintendent of Public Instruction For Constable, District No. 6: contractors: \>> was! paid Into the office of her charming gown of white crepe
docket were turned over to A. Z. Monday night at 8 p. m., Major : Jacob J. Johns, 324. John T,,. Hettrlck, a lawyer, who Is meteor, trim moil, In hand IIrnbrold..ry'' ",
Moore W. N. Sheats, 1192.J. For Constable alleged rto have operated the "code and pearls, wearing the veil and
Icing, Esq., as referee. U. S. A. instructor inspector District No. 10: I ,
I Criminal Docketate for Florida, 'will inspect local com- E. Junkin, 211. G. W. Sapp, 47. one per-Jcpnt) of which went to Mr. wreath' of orange blossoms. She car. e '
vs Enoch Colson, carnal knowl-! pany. For Commissioner of Agriculture: For Constitutional Amendment: I 1 let trick. He did not know who received rled a bouquet of white r".e's. and or-

me of female under 18 years of age. The public is cordially invited to be W. A. McRae, 1119.. For, 876.Against the other ,three per' cont. chide
Kile pressed. present. After the inspection the W. N. Porter, 29. : 534. I .1' The brldo 1 I. the accomplished k y
fctate vs R. C. Davis, Issuing worth- military company will give a big ,. .I A WTI V BAPTIST CHURCH laughter of Mrs. W. I). Page and has ; i,
pi checks Continued. dance. Music to be furnished by the been one of Glasgow' prominent
ttate vs Albert Starling, aggravat. University orchestra, of Gainesville. NATIONAL SING THURSDAY 6,978 PERSONS KILLED ON RAILROADS .Preluding 1st and 3rd Sunday, 11a teachers for several years. The groomis "
assault. None prossed. EVENINGAs IN YEAR m. and 8 p. in.I a man of strong character, holding

Etate, vs Joe Holmes, assault ,with BAPTISTAll .,I.,: Player meeting\;, Wednesday, 8 p. m. a position' cashier In a bank In Lake ,'
tence, hard labor in penitentiary announced in last week's Telegraph Washington, Nov. 2.-Fewer persons Sunday" school. 4 p. m. Butler, Florida. e
'ravated assault. Plea accepted. this' week the church friendsare Starke had the pleasure of were killed on railroads during' B. Y.*P. U., let and 3rd Sundays, Immediately after the ceremony the
Imty joining in the National Sing, which 1919 than In any year since 1889 and 4 p. m. V
jail ever since. The grand jury enjoying study course in methods happy couple motored to ,Cave City
r one year. "" doctrine and policy. Mr. Armstrong took place all over the United State fewer were injured than in any year W. Mol (,1., Wednesday after lilt and and took the train for Lake Duller, i,
Plate vs Arthur Stokes, keeping Is the Instructor. A large number are yesterday, Nov. 11th, at 8 p. m. Mrs. since 1910, said a statement issued today 3rd Sunday, 4 p. m. where they will make their home.
pise of ill fame. Continued. taking the work. DeWitt C. Jones, chairman of music by the Interstate Commerce Com- Lord's Supper, lilt Sunday In each Their many friends join' in wishing i
Rotate vs Madison Hall, assault with The Junior B. Y. P. U. is enjoying committee of the Woman' Club of mission. quarter; them a happy and prosperous lIfe.- ",tl
lent to murder. Nolle proseed. adequate quarters this week. Sixteenof Starke, had charge of the program During 1919 a total of 6,978 persons Rev, E. I), Boyer, Glasgow (Ky.) Times. fl
(State vs Jesse Stewart, forgery and the twenty-four enrolled members which was as follows: were killed and 149,503 injured, compared I-all tor.DRAIH.nlD .- ,---w ,
Bring forgery. Placed on absonI are taking the study course in meth- Part I with 6,859 killed in 1898 and METHODIST
docket. ods. The program given last Sunday Song, America; by the choir and 119,507 injured !in 1910. Of the killed ) COUNTY; TEACH BUS' -
ffl'he most important and interesting evening by the group of which Free audience. during the year 273 were passenger i ASSOCIATIONThe Sunday school 9:45: a. m.
fa was that of Clifford Douglass, Wynn i is leader was very well hand- Bible reading, 150th Psalm ana of the injured 7,456 were passen 1 Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p m.
ned with the killing of Dennison led. The Union is now A-l standardfor Prayer. gers. Employee killed during 1919 Bradford County Teachers As- Especially important that every
I the night of August 20th. Doug- the first time and -wil! Itry to keep Hymn, Holy, Holy, Holy. numbered 2,138 and 131,018 were )in loclatlot) convened Saturday morning member J i>e present. \ r
Is and Dicks, who was held as an it all this quarter. Elizabeth Brown- Solo, The Living God (O'lIara- jured. 1n the auditorium of the U. II. S. Prof. Epworth l League/ 0:45 p. m. ,! #
essory, had been confined in the lee is the president. Mrs. J. E. Futch. ..---+--- II. B. Wiggins, of Hampton, presidedover Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30:
|ued an indictment against Dougnd Monday night the ordination of the Battle Hymn of the Republic. STRAWBERRY the meeting and gave an enthusiastic p. m.
TRANSPORTATIONW
no true bill against Dicks, and deacon elect took place with Mrs. Everybody Neighbor talk on reorganization. Preaching at l.awtf'Y. Friday, 7:30 '
B was discharged from custody, butRued Cooper for the musical service, and Columbia the Gem of the Ocean. Teaching Patriotism in the School p. m., Nov 12th.
an indictment against Ooug- the deacons, the pastor Rev. Kickliter Solo, The Americans Come (Fos R. Canova, of Lake City, soliciting was the subject ably handled by Mrs. J. C: DIGGS,
Bfc for murder in the first degree. Tom (China Grove Church) and Rev Armstrong ter-Mrs. A. Z.. Adkins. freight agent of the Seaboard Bessie McGruder, which was followed \ ) I'astof.
he pleaded not guilty. 'Douglass- (Lake Butler Church). The Star Spangled Banner Air Line Railway, was in Lawtey and by Mrs. J. C. Dlgg speaking on 1
Hid his defense on that the killing The present heads-general are: Part II Starke Monday to confer with straw the subject of Teaching Geography In CHRISTIAN CHURCH }!
ljf necessary for self defense as he Sunday School Superintendent, L. America, the Beautiful.The berry growers about transportation the Seventh Grade. This subject was -
Buved his antagonist wanted to kill L. King. Landing, the Pilgrims (Can. arrangements for the coming straw also discussed by Mrs. Bessie Mc Services atthe Christian church in
Douglass is yet in his teens President Ladles' Aid, Mrs. A. M. tata.) berry season. Gruder and Mr. Wiggins Starke are held as follow:
H of slight build, while Dennison Darby. Orchestra-1620 (Macdowell). To a reporter for the Telegraph Mr. Teaching Writing was discussed( by Sunday school at 10 a. m. every f J,
much heavier, it is said. He was President, W. M. U., Mrs O. G. Praise God From. Whom All Blessings Canova said his company was plan Mr. Wiggins, Min Olive Ray, Mrs. Sunday. Preaching services every
wed to plead guilty to manslaugh. Cooper ) Flow. ning for a service that would deliver I McGruder and Prof. Dowling. Our second Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7:30p. :
H and was sentenced to a term of Church Clerk, Mrs. Allie R. Law. -Those who will sing are: Mesdames : berries on the New York market the i teachers are making an effort to get m. ;
H years of hard labor at the peni- President Senior B. Y. P. U., Miss It E. Futch, E. K. Perryman, E. M. fourth morning after departure from their pupils to write a moderate slant .+- .'
''ar1' Thus a quarrel over a trlv- Crosby. Johns, A. Z. Adkins (sopranos); Mesdames here. The plan 1* to. roll the car which is taught In the business colleg. CARD OF THANKS .
matter: caused the death of one Junior B.: Y., P, U. Superintendent, D. E. Knight, L. G. Powell and from Starke at 11:30 a. m. and from en. Discussion of difficulties that arise -
fusing young man and long yearsr'rrow Miss, Alderman. Miss Doris Law (altos); Messrs. B. Lawtey at 12 noon. This would make between children going to or from We take thin method of expressing y
to another, besides grief to Chairman Deacons, Co1.J. E.-Futch. D. Law L. G. Powell, A. E. Wall sure of the movement of the car school Miss Grace Fogg:, of Brooker, our sincere appreciation to those who .
relatives of the >parties concerned Church Treasurer, J. W. Morgan.B. (tenors); Messrs.; Powell T. T. Long: from Jacksonville at 80'clock p.'.m. of S. 8. Dowling and II B. Wiggins. so kindly assisted us during the sickness ,
are among the best people of the D. LAW and Wilbur Scott (bass). the same day. Officers elected as follows! and death of our baby. And especially
i fern portion of the county. Pastor: The sing took place at the First On the proposed schedule berries President, II. B. Wiggins, Hampton do wloh to thank nil friendsfor
Pe grand Jury was discharged last ---. Baptist church at the stated hour. The leaving Starke at noon Monday shouldbe Vice President, Mr. Wimberly Law- the beautiful floral offerings I, '+
' "day, Before breaking up they RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY local military marched in a body to York for the Friday morn- ley. E. R. Poppell and Family
+ pitted a presentment, embodying the church and occupied reserved ing market. It I I. claimed that if this Secretary, Miss Eva Epperson ol "{
tantially the some sentiments Whereas, in the unsearchable wisdom seats. schedule I I. malntaied it will be a Lake Kutler. AT I'INE I'ORESTRev. I
i R t the noble character of Father ---+--- "
of the later our loving Heavenly great Improvement over the serviceof -
, 1 Wills, as were contained in the the Death Angel has been permitted pathy to Supt and Mr. E. R. Poppellin the past, when l errle. have often Wm A. Henry, a Starke young John A. Mullady will preach at ,
F Iltionl of the bar members, pubHid to visit the home of our faithful Coun this time of great Borrow. been in transit from six to eight day man who has been in Elmira, New Pine Forest school house, west of the .
l in the Telegraph last week. ty Superintendent, E. R. Poppell, and And be it further resolved, that a and the grower here will welcome York, for about two years, returned Alfalfa settlement, Saturday night '
rI a final adjournment of the court remove the pure spirit of his younger copy of these resolutions be spread on any Improvement, but there 1* a general home Tuesday and will make Starke and Sunday afternoon. Everybody in*
made Tuesday morning. daughter, little Annie Mae, and plac- the minute of this organization one feeling that no freight schedule his home for the present Mr. Henry vited.
i ed it In God' better country where sent to the Bradford County Tele- can ever be maintained that will give say conditions In.the manufacturing
VII e Ladies of the'Baptllt church pain if. absent and joy always pres- graph for publication and a third to Florida berry grower a competitive towns of the North are considerably Southerners back to the South during
have their allllual> bazaar on Frlth !- ent; the bereaved family of Supt. Poppell. service with Louisiana, where the disturbed just now and that there ill the next few month Many manu-
the < of December. Buy your Therefore, be It resolved that we, OLIVE RAY berry crop 1 ill moved In express refrigerator likely to be a large movement of: facturing plant are closed down, and k
tmal presents from the Ladies the member of the Bradford County BESSIE McGRUDER. cars, and until the management the day of extremely high wage
and get something unusually I'' Teachers Association in institute as EVA WILLIAMS : of the Seaboard Air Line the disposal of the growers the Indus._ seems to have paned, U the opinion h+
; tfr e. sembled do tender our heartfelt eymSJJBJ Committee. Railway place a first-class service at try will not develop as It should of Mr. 1Ienry.IlikaiM .

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: John 8:25-36: -Mrs. Bessie Wynn. to have Mr. and Mrs H. Blake with I Discussion, Partnership Problem. I letter's parents,. Mr. and Mrs. W. L.

-= Song, Christian Endeavor Anthem. them again. Mr. Blake has been busy The Marriage Relation, Scripture, Summers, of Providence. X;, .
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ii Five minute talk by all-How to. since his return, one feature in help- Eph..5:22-S36-17. I, Miss Johnnie Rimes who-ie teaching
win our chums for Christ ing to get'the fair ife readiness. Reading-Mn"R.'E. Dell. '
the
-\ school at Rising, spent week-end
Song Mr. and ,Mraj FutclJ, of'Ft.iJe" lIome'})Sweet Home-Sung by Miss with her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. T. II.
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County News Mirpah.. -. attended.the fair Friday. I' Harrison. o Rimes.

"il* ... HAMPTON: Dewey Duke and sister, Milts Mae, ,' Industrial World-Mrs. Parrish. Quite a numtfer of people of this
\' attended the fair Friday. Music-Latirel and Zenith Armstrong j community attended the Bradford

../: Utaraating facti Gathered During the Week by Our Hampton }Nov.. 12.- fr .' sW. A. Mrs. P. P. Dekle and children, of I derman., accompanied by Blanche Al County Fair last week.

Regular Correspondents. King of Brooklyn, was transacting Five Mile, accompanied by Lucile 1.I Mr. and Mrs. Angus Bielling, of
Community Service Mrs. Maines.
r Varnes, spent Tuesday in Lake Butter Providence Sunday with
I business in Hampton Saturday. I.I' Guitar Solo-Miss Proctor. spent Mr.
t .. Dr. E. Middleton, of Starke was and visited the fair. Mark Tomlin in and Mrs. T. II. Rimes
I-- -- transacting W. business here this week, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Williams, of''town of Johnstown was Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Peeples visited!
Saturday.
with relatives. New River motored to Lake Butler their daughters, Mrs. W. B. Feagle
BROOKER Mr. and !Mrs. Witt were in Waldo I'MI'. and Mrs. Jim Brown, of Mil
I Messrs. Jake, and Roy Roberta, and spent Friday and Saturday. and Miss Annie Belle Belle Peeples,
ler .
I 1 motored to Lake Butler Friday.Mr.
Chesley Fogg visited Friday on business. W. W. Baisden, of Starke, motoredto of High Springs Sunday.
,: Brooker Nov. 12.-Miss\. Blanchard, James Reynolds, and Mrs. J. S. Howard and chil-
in here Friday. the county seat Monday Miss Eva Williams attended the Lake Butler Friday. Miss Janie Shelling, who is teach
'of Lawtey, was dren, accompanied byfr.! Howard'sfather
teachers association at Starke Satur Ervin Dekle and sister, Miss Vida, ing at Bayard, St. Johns
Mr. and Mrs E. J. Ward spent Sat Mrs Zora Dyal and children spent of Dukes, motored to Lake county was
urday in Alachua shopping. Wednesday at Louise. day. of Jacksonville, spent several days Butler the week-end guest of her parents, I
Messrs. David Jones! and J*, J. Bran- with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bunk Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bielling.
1 Roy Godwin, of Willeford, was in Bobby Surrency, of Tampa, Is visa tien were attending to business in the Dekle, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long, of Five Mrs. J. W. Parrish was shopping :,

'here Saturday afternoon. iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Bob county neat Saturday.T. Mr. and Mrs. Tate Brown, of Miller Mile, motored to Lake Butler Friday. in Worthington Thursday.
J. E. demons was In here Monday Surrency. H. B. Wiggins and Ancil and Ranee Parrish and Mrs.
M. Hagan, : motored to Lake Butler Saturday.;
enroute to Starke, I,' Jake Roberts was a business visitor the Bradford Plenn Thomas were shopping in town Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parrish, of
John Haganattended Mrs. Richard Reaves and children,
riiiholster of Pine Hill, Starke Wednesday. Friday. Dukes, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Waters
Pr J. W. L. to County Fair at Lake Butler Friday of Worthington, were visitors to the
l a was in hero Friday afternoon. I Messrs. Hall and Charley McKinney and report that the exhibits were unusually fair Friday. Mrs. Mollie Phillips, of Elco, Ga., one day last week. .
Mr. and Mrs G. B. Colson and son, I of Louise, were business visitors here good: which shows improvement !Mrs Vascoe Dowlinir returned to arrived in Lake Butler Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brown made a

Ir.g Resale and Ming Hunter spent Friday i Monday. in the work of the county. Lake Butler Sunday, after a visit of will spent the winter with her daughter business trrp to Gainesville one day ,

1 ;, afternoon at the fair at Lake Butler. The farmers of our section are very Hrs. Bennett, of Starke, was a visitor several weeks in Jacksonville. While Mrs.. D. W. Borum. last week.

..,:h. Fred Hawn and Lewis Shriver mo- busy setting out cabbage plants, digging to Hampton Saturday there she was under medical treat- Miss Elsie B, Gillespie of Guilford, Miss Virgie Thomas and brother, I

tored over to Graham Thursday even- potatoes and grinding cane. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan left Fri- ment. She is the guest of her grandmother spent the week-end with her parents, Algar! visited their sister, Mrs. John

1 ing. W, H. Gurney and Gld Sparkman, day for Vero, where she expects to !Mrs Hewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gillespie. I i Mott, Saturday.
If I K. A. Weeks spent' Saturday here. of Louise, were here on business last visit friends and relatives for several Invitations are out announcing the 4 Mr. and Mrs. McCaU, of Guilford, I George II. Miller made a business
Ilazen and motored Lake Butler j trip to Gainesville Tuesday. f fI
Mr. and Mrs. ,D. W. Tuesday. months. marriage of Miss Henrietta Rosen to Saturday.

daughter, Eunire, spent Sunday at the Messrs. Ed Smith, John McKinney, Mrs. C. E. Harper was transacting berg to Mr. Tommie Hewitt. Mr. and Mrs. John Fralick, of Prov- I I Mr. Eugene Douglass left Sunday

home of G. W. Har.cn, of Pine Hill. Mrs. Eva Smith and Alice Kite, of business in Jacksonville Friday.J. Mrs. Shelton Sapp, of Sapp spent idence, motored to Lake Butler Fri- ; for St. Augustine, where he will make
; P, M. Barefoot was in Starke Fri Sampson, were here Monday enrouteto of Starke his future home. His wife will go
T. Quigley, was transacting the week-end with her brother, Roscoe day.Mr. '
day. Gainesville business In Hampton this week. Johns and family. and Mrs. Will Dukes, of Dukes, later.
,
Section Foreman Boyle of La- Hogan Smith, of Sampson, was in Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins attended Rev W. C. Armstrong preached an were among the visitors to the 'fair .
, Cro--e, '''''II in here Saturday on busi town on business Monday. Saturday.
the fair at Lake Butler during last able sermon both Sunday morning and i HUNTING SEASON OPENS ON
Mrs O. W. Dyal and son, Truby, Allen Haile, of Worthington, was a 1 !
week. evening.
I I NOV. 20-GET YOUR LICENSE
ness.Lewis after- in Gainesville with
Shriver spent Sunday spent Wednesday visitor here Saturday.
Mr. Collins, of Brooklyn, was a visitor :Mr. and Mrs. Wilshire Brooks, of
ti; r; notw-at Graham. |tatives. to'Hampton Saturday.: I,' Providence, motored to Lake Butler Mt:end Mrs. J. II. Mann, of Guil- -
Carl and Clyde Ward, of Jacksonville Ray McKinney visited New River Leslie Futch spent the week-end Saturday. ford, were guests of Mrs. D F. Floyd\ The Florida hunting season opens

here visiting relatives and Monday. Friday.Mr this month, November 20th being the
are
with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. > Miss Maggie Dekle, of Starke, was
f' friends. Math and Riley Wasdin spent Tuesday Alderman, of Lake Butler. 1 the week-end guest of relatives in and Mrs. Seth Roberts and first day upon which sportsmen may

E.'t..Crosby and family spent Sun. at Santa Fe lake fishing.J. Dr. Hunter was attending to professional Lake Butler. baby, of Guilford spent several days I I shoot quail, squirrels, wild turkeys,

!' day at the home of Irvin Thomas, of A. Graves, of Windemer, was a business in Theressa Mon. 1 Mr. and !Mrs. T. I!. Rimes and children last week with Mr.. and Mrs Bunk doves geese, brant, rails, coots, sandI

Confer Pond. Business visitor here Friday and Sat day. of Miller' attended the fair last Dekle. I pipers, deer, snipe, ducks and plover.

Mr. and Mrs.! Harvey Warren, of urday. Mias Hazel Middleton, of Starke, ''week. Willnrd Parker, of New River, was The huntsmen may go* jn the woods
Ziff were in here Friday afternoon :llr. and Mrs J. D. Kirk, of Jacksonville welcome visitor the week-end guest of his family. I and get limited numbers this game
was a to Hampton on Mrs Angus Bielling, of Providence
Pave Green entered school here on spent the week-end with her Sunday. assisted in the management of the ladies , Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Raiford of nf'er Nov. 20th, until !March '1st. LIcenses -

:Monday. parents, Mr and Mrs. J. R. Beville. Mrs. A. A. Futch and Mrs K. B. department: of the fair. Raiford, motored to'Lake Butler Wed- are required for all hunters

t U .. Mr. Pratt of Jacksonville, pent Ellis Starling, of Ft. White, visitedhis Watterson were shopping in Starke Angus Shelling, of Providence, wasa nesday morning and visited the fair. and the county courthouse is the placeto
+( .. the -veek-clid here! on business., and sisters here last week, Mrs. Mur- Tuesday visitor to the fair Friday. Mrs. Harley, of Raiford attendedthe apply when the time comes. It is

H visited I'ine Hill lodge ray Parmh and Viola Starling.O. fair Wednesday and Saturday. fairly well known to everybody that
Rev Burnett of Gainesville, writesas D. W. Borum, of Hampton,
spent
,d' a W. Connrlly, of Gainesville attend W. Dyal and sons Truby, spent follows: Sunday with his family. S Repair work is being done on the the limit of game is such as to pre-
ed the Masonic Meeting here Saturday Monday in Starke on business. will be school building by C. A. Savage vent the extinction of deer and birds
i Next Sunday there servicesat The fair was a success and the attendance !
afternoon. E. J. Murrhee and K. B. were business church Mesdames A. K. Smith and M. Rob- if the law is obeyed. There are said I
outlined in following
our at the good Friday and Saturday.Rev. .
1) J. Byrd, of Graham, was a vlsl- visitors to Starke Tuesday. program. We hope to see S. S. Prorctor filled his inson, of Sampson City, motored to to be many -lawbreakers in Florida i
/ tor here Saturday Miss Mary Jane Wasdin, of Plant each you ap- Lake Butler Friday and were guestsof who do not abide by the regulations, .
at of these services. And we pcintment at Antioch Saturday and
"., Miss attended the Is visiting relatives here this and counties "
Grace Fogg City, Mrs. Raulerson.Mr. in some protective organizations
trust will
you not disappoint us, un Sunday.A. .
\\I"l" teachers meeting at Starke Saturday. week. less and Mrs. George D. Fairclothand have been formed. The '
.
you are providentially hindered E. Proctor visited the !Masonic
i! M. P, Matheny made a business. trip Blox Parrish, of Sampson, was a from attending. Invite your neighbors lodge: at Sapp Saturday. baby, Alva, of Jacksonville, are law says that an individual huntercan
to Gainesville. business visitor to burg Thursday. relatives here week. take deer two
. Friday our visiting this only one turkeys,
the service. for t
to Pray the ser. Mrs J, J. Jones, Micanopy! spent
i J'' Mrs John Shriver and daughter, Frank Seville spent the weekendin vice and attend the service. the week-end in Lake Butler greetingold Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cason and Mrs. twenty quail or twenty-five other

'\ Marguerite, spent Friday in Gaines- Jacksonville on business 9:45: a. m., Sunday school. Lesson acquaintances.Mrs. Joe Dowling, of New River, attended birds in one day, also that the killingfor
lit ,ville.t Jake Roberts left Sunday for Fort the fair here Friday. the season must not exceed three
topic, "The Power and Authority of H. 1. Sprinkle and son Henry
"' Mrs M. P. Matheny and son, Elmo, Meade Jesus." of Reddick, spent the week-end, with, Mrs. Blair, of Worthington motor. deer, ten turkeys and three hundred
spent Monday in Alachua shopping. Truman Dyal, of Ziff, was a business 11 Mr. ed to Lnke Butler Tuesday afternoon. other birds. Pheasants and grouse +
a. -Preaching service. Ser- and Mrs W. C. Townsend.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster. Jr., visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Howard, of being very scarce in Florida the open
mon topic, Individual Influence. Text Mr. and Mrs. Ben Duke, of Five
attended the Norman-Edwards: wed !Messrs. C. B. Roberts, Will Jones Romans 147. Mile Dukes motored to Lnke Butler Tues season is only one 'month, from Nov.
and children, attended the fairFriday.
ding which occurred in the Wateroak and David Kelly were business visi- 7 day afternoon. 20th to Dec. 20th. t:'
p. m.-Preaching service, "The .
section tors to .
Sunday. Hampton Wednesday shippinghogs.
Four Great Suppers" Text Luke 14- Friday was school day at the fair
Mrs. E. l.. Crosby spent part of and large number of school childrenwere MILLER drov*** Tasteless cfaU Ttolcnttaras '
last week at Marclcnny. Mrs. Frank Seville is visiting her 17.Rev. a
J. Mullady preached at the in Lake Butler attending the vitality'ma energy by parUytai and '
Mrs. II. l.. Crosby and little son, of parents Micanopy.! Christian church Sunday at 11 a. m. fair Miller, Nov. 12.-Mr. and Mrs. J. rlchlnd..the blood. You can MOO Coal iu fiorast

I Jacksonville, spent the week-end. here Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kirk returned to His subject was "The Birthday of the Mr. and Mrs. Miles Dubose, of Little M. Douglass spent Sunday with the ...1<11. InvUonttail ETicc: Piles. 60*.
with relatives.Mr their home in Jacksonville Thursday I
Church. It was delivered in a very Springs, were in town Friday. ,
Hardy, of Antioch, was a visitor Will Jones and David Kelly were
ablf and impressive Rev. S. S. Proctor the weekin
way. spent
I
business ;
visitors
here Saturday afternoon to Jacksonville last
The evening service was Interesting Tallahassee.The .
S. V. Andreu and \ visitor Thursday.Jake .
family were *
( !! to Pine Hill Sunday afternoon and Roy Roberts spent Friday and several special songs were delivered Eastern Star Chapter met on
by the choir. SPECIALSI-I
Tuesday afternoon in the Masonic
in
Lieut. Ward, of Gainesville, spent Starke.
!Mrs. L. H. Bedenbaugh and Marion Hall. ,
Sunday hero and was accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown, of -A
Witt attended the funeral of their Ben Johnson of Jacksonville spent"Sunday
,
'. home by Mrs T. L. Godwin and chil Sampson, spent Saturday at the homeof '
dren. Arthur Brown. mother, Mrs. Witt, of Providence last the guest of his father, Mr.
4: ?I' Monday. They have the
Jesse
I Johnson.
t Mrs Gardy Kelley, of Gainesville Math Wasdin was a visitor to Louise sympathy of AT THE
their many friends. during their be- Leslie Futch, of the
Hampton, spent
't.4" in spending a few dnys at the home of Friday.

her parents, Mr, and Mrs E. J, Ward. .E. T. Stewart, of Brooker, was here reavement. I week-end with his grandparents, Mr. '
Frank Adams has recently returned and Mrs. G. W. Alderman
Armistice day was observed here Sunday. from Orlando, where he has been I Marie Chastain broke in I
Tom Mills attending her arm an
yesterday. and Sunj
family
spent
'
The primary department of the day at the home of Ky Mills. revival services. nrcident a few days ago. I Sale ;
I
Hrooker high mhool won first prizes j I j Mrs Etjuilla Dixon spent the weekend !M. L. Watterson and wife, J. W. r Mrs Pitt Townsend was carried to DigCleoroilce

In first and) second grade writings at with her parents. Bedenbaugh and wife attended the funeral -I Jacksonville Sunday to the hospital ,

'! the Luke Butler fair. | Harry Eddy, of Louise, attended of !Mrs. Witt at Providence and for treatment.. She! was accompaniedby .
returned to their home here Tuesday Dr. J. M. Mann. Her friends
H. P. Gainey and daughter, Lottie, Bible School and Christian Endeavor afternoon. many I \
""were in Stnrke Thursday morning [J here Sunday. wish her a speedy recovery.
J. V. Jones attended the movies at i I L. E.. Parrish spent the week-end WORK SHIRTS I
Miss I.oimio Thomas, of Jacksonville Jay Moody, of New River, was visiting I Starke (VQ
In town his ', Tuesday night !,with! his family. Sale Price _I7OCUNHLEACHEI
was Thursday morning grandparents last week. I -- ,______ *
Hay McKinney left Sunday for Oak ---- j Miss Virgie Thomas of !Miller, was

Rev F B. Johns. was looking after where he has accepted employment. LAKE BUTLER |"the guest of her sister, Mrs John'I II ) SHEETING LL Quality < '
business interests here The Woodmen ( Mott, several days this week. .I!' Q
I
y Saturday.Mr. Circle held its reg- Sale Price 1 ij C
.._
Lake Butler
''ti and, Mrs L. M. David and children ular mooting Friday Nov. 12.-Wilbur Scottof Mrs. Bruce Warren and children, of

of Mountocoha, spent Sundayj Mesdumes Andrew Sparks, Lando Starke, motored to Lake Butler I Dukes, visited relatives in Lake But- ,
HICKORY SHIRTINGS
i
here with the lalter's Maines and Miss Friday and attended the fair while !ler Friday.
I parents, Mr.; and Marcia Turner, ofMounteocha 2 3clIEN'S
Mrs. G. W. Seville. 'I I attended the W. C. here here. | !Messrs.! Carl Alderman and J. E. Sale Trice _-----_--____________________
I). \\". Lynn and family, of Gainesville I I Friday The basket ball game played at the Maines, of Gainesville, spent the week !

spent Saturday hero with l'rla.1 Misses Oracle and Lota Fogg, of fair grounds Saturday was interest lend with their parents. ;, SUITS, $"0.00 Value :

'j tives and friends I I Brooker, spent Sunday at the home of log, Lake Butler defeating Alachuaby I Miss Ina Alderman Starke, spent I Sale Price 24.95 &! 29.50Sternberg's
I the score I Mrs. Elsie Cowart and son, of Orlando Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Wasdin. I
t 1 who have been visiting relatives Miss Estelle Wasdin of Waldo, Mrs. Houston, of Palmetto, was a The W. C. T. U. met Monday after. ,

here for the past two weeks, returned spent the week-end with, her cousin, pleasant visitor' with Mrs G. A. Ep- j j'' noon and the following program was

to her home Saturday Ruby Dyal. person last week. | rendered: .

.s t Mrs. T. C. llazen {Ie confined to her Mr. and Mrs. Enrney Dowling, of The State Farm furnished amuse I Song. '

bed with a severe case of lagrippe. Hampton and sinter Minnie, spent ments for the Bradford County Fairin I I Theme, Partnership With God. i ij

D. W. Ilazen and son have moved Sunday with Mrs. C. B. Roberts. the way of a minstrel show which j I Scripture Reading, Gen. 12631.

j their stock of goods to the L. A. Mrs Myrtie McKinney is visiting was. highly enjoyed by those attending Prayer.

r v Brown building, her parents, at Brooker. I Prayer.

X \ Mr. and Mrs Cltesley Fogg, of Graham T. W. Wasdin and family, of Wal Lake Butler people are indeed glad : Song.

li,,;. were prominent visitors here on do, visited relatives here Sunday. -

J'. Friday afternoon. I Lewis Shriver, of Brooker, was in .

'. Mr. and Mr Harry Edwards: of lour burg Sunday afternoon.

Palatka, came Saturday to be presentat I.Hiram Wynn and family and Mrs.

the Norman-Edwards wedding I Rufus Jones ami children spent Sunday
'
; Henry Brown was a business> visitorto at the home of J. A. J. McKinney, Hunters Attention!

StarKe Monday, morning.The at Sampson

family of R. A, Weeks came The Graham School organized a literary ,

1 + ; home Tuesday, after a week's stay in society Friday afternoon with ARE YOU FULLY EQUIPPED FOR THE SEASON? REMEBER WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE
a' h' Starke. the following officers: /
,
T, Lewis was here> first of the> week President, Frank Reynolds. SPORTSMEN t

'.4 attending to business.! Mr. Iwis is Vice President> Lee Dyal. - WE HAVE 18,000 SHELLS SELECT FROM .',
employed at Willeford. Secretary': Wilma Maires.
PETERS TARGET Ii i
U. M. C. NITRO.CLUB
Mrs Clyde Colson and Program. committee Mattie
F. baby were Ogden,
in town Saturday afternoon shopping Llnnip Fogg, Lois Moody. PETERS REFEREE WINCHESTER LEADER ;,

'1 f Frank Cone, of Willeford, spent the Sergeant: at arms, LeRoy Wasdin. PETERS HIGH GUN 12, 16 and 20 Gauge. Any Size Load You Want. ''

f week-end with his mother, Mrs. Lou You are invited to visit the school SPECIAL PRICES ON CASE LOTS ';

1 Cone. and see how nicely teachers and pupils .
Services are being conducted at the \ are doing.Remember SHOTGUNS

Baptist church by Rev. Ridenour. Christian Endeavor every REMINGTON PUMP, L. C. SMITH, ITHACA ENDE R DOUBLE BARREL IIAMMEi ,LESS, ALSO 12 Ga.
E. T. Stewart and family spent Sunday night at 7:30.
p > Sunday at Graham.Mecdames Will Jones leader. SINGLE BARREL HAMMER GUNS

q b Kelley and Ilazen spent Subject Winning Our Friends for .22 RIFLES HUNTERS EQUIPMENT

s Tuesday at New River with their par. Christ.
ents Mr, and :Mrs Wiley Kelley Lord's prayer. STEVENS "CRACKSIIOT" SAVAGE HUNTING COATS CLEANING RODS

Miss' Edna Baxter one of LaCrosse's Scripture reading. STEVENS "FAVORITE" DAISY AIR RIFLES SHELL VESTS GUN OIL AND GREASE ,

efficient teachers, spent the week-end .Rom. 9:1-5-1'01.: Equilla Dixon. STEVENS "SCOUT" GUN CASES CAMP COTS r4
with her parents Acts 26:84-82: -Miss Frances Mur HAMILTON LEGGINS CAMP STOOLS ;

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GRAHAM Mark 16U-26-Math Wasdin.1st. CONSUMER'S LUMBER COMPANY Starke

John 5t3-21-Truby Dyal. I Y Ii

Graham. Nov. 12.-Mrs. Billy Sur. John 1 1:29-39 Mrs. Frank Abernathy I tL .

rency of Brooker, spent Monday here 'I .

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ACE SIX HIlADFOKU.ulTNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 12.1920.fl .


i I LONG BKIIIGK TIIERESSA I have been changed back
from the
I I "| fourth to the third Sunday in each

I Bradford County Farmers J JTIII \[w: Long Bridge, Nov 12.Among those Theressa Nov. 12Col. A. Z. Ad- month.

who attend the fair at Lake Butler kins, of Starke wag a business visitor 1 Johnnie Williamson, of Hampton
here
I last week were, Ethan Sapp, Mr. and Friday afternoon. was a visitor here Saturday night, the

j ---- surrounded fermentation cannot take place.To :Mrs. Ben Sapp, Marion Moody and i I' Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, of Hampton guest of friends.
STAKKi POULTRY I'AKMHuccoHhful : chicken has a yellowish spot I Joe Mr. and Mrs Joe Dowling spent last week here with rela-
i son, G. M. Bennett in
make was Hampton Sat-
desiring an
by what looks like a miniature spi anyone to experiment tives .
and friends
'- and Jessie Lee Fronie Kiv- leaving Saturday II
daughter ,
w into with this method the Bureauof |I urday.
poultry liaising by Scientific : der web. Only such eggs are put ': ers, George Rivers, Pierce Crews, i I II for South Florida where she will visit
incubators. Chemistry will BO fas as possible, Prayer meeting is held every Wednesday -
the
Methods ''|I Grafton Clarennce and Gerald Ad- for some length of time with relatives. -
furnish rl.'lJest during the the
night
each upon sea at Baptist church.
small oil heater I
By means of a Grace Welch and Mrs. Jes- .
kins Mr.
,
.A t. heat son of 1920, a sufficient amount of In. I Everybody invited to attend.I .
Scientific poultry raining is a term incubator is furnished first the proper A vertase free of charge: and will send *i' Cason and children, Ernest Nor. !I Mrs. S. B. Woodard was a visitor to M. King is occupying the C. A.
in the stages. I
it hug so of.proved -103 degrees the county metropolis Saturday.
often sneered at because the a representative to give a demonstration. man. '! I Brinson house.

ten a failure by scrapped old can of water beneath furnishes ascending There will he no expense to the Bill Rivers is on the sick list this I I Mr. L. W Baylor and daughter, I A B. Y. P. U" has been
and bookkeepers who have necessary moisture, its vapors' Viola, of Brooklyn, were guests of organizedat
for this demonstration week.
printer bottom of the syrup producer I the Baptist church and much interest
holes in the -
book for through Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood Sun
tried to learn the art from incubator. After seven days the eggs Lloyd Clark was in Lake Butler on is being taken in these meetings
known that this day.
it Is not generally again examined for vitality, and Those who wish a demonstration of Saturday. ;I I i by the young folks.
{, manner of conducting a poultry establishment are :Mack Johns of New River in Messrs. P. M. Geiger and R. lIf.KinR' .
where seven days late rthey are tested for the method should write immediatelyto was j ,II. S. Roebuck was a business visitor -
is common enough Bland- the last time. Once a day the egg the Bureau of Chemistry, U. S. Department our burg Sunday afternoon. I i were business visitors to the j I' to Brooklyn Monday.M. .
has attained a high rounty Best Friday.
farming trays arc drawn out and allowed to of Agriculture: Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodges and daugh j, Hall was a business visitor to

ing. It really means practical poultry who cool for five minutes and the eggs are I). C., stating when they will begin ter, Jennie Lou, were in Lake Butler Mrs. Ben Sasser spent Saturday Starke Monday.

raining. practiced by others men who then turned over. But after the eighteenth making syrup and the approrximatedate Saturday. )j and Sunday hero with friends. I I' W. A. Jones was a visitor to Hamp

have learned the trade and day has passed they are left when they will finish. :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adkins were attending Miss Rhoda Bennett was a visitorto ton Saturday.

produce eggs and poultry are mere undisturbed. --- -+ to business in Lake Butler on Starke Saturday. (I,

amateurs. Saturday. Dr. Fortner, of Brooklyn? was a
hatched | REPUBLICANS IIAVE 176 MAPOK-
After the chicks have been HUKAL CIVILIZATION
Scientflc: or practical, poultry raising I I t they are removed to the "baby biddy :Melvin Dees, of Lake Butler, was visitor to our town Sunday. I I ITY IN NEXT HOUSE
analogous to gardening in a : C. Sullivan visitor to the
.5' is house brooder It holds TOO biddies in our burg Sunday, guest of friends. was a
hot house. You plant perfect needs or or : The first Important considerationfor Johns county seat Friday.
Smith was transacting bus-
and has an oil heater, which keeps I Washington, Nov 6.-The republican -
plants, fertilize them properly, keepi3 rthe atmosphere. at HO degrees. It is us to get clearly into our minds ines sin Lake Butler Friday. I IMr. Our farmers are getting ready to plurality in the next house of con-

, the Boil around them loose and free also sufficiently ventilated. Mr. Hoi- I' -and just as clearly into the minds : and Mrs. Lacy Johns *ere in grind cane and dig their sweet pota gress, according to the unofficial list
\', from weeds, water when needed, spray of our statesman and leaders from cities Lake Butler Saturday. toes.
zcndorf sees to it that the temperature compiled tonight by William Tyler
to keep injurious insects, keep and towns-is that it is reallyour !
away the is right at all times and even Willie Johns, or Jacksonvile, spent W. W. Packham was among the visitors Page chief clerk, will be 176, breaking
: '", the proper temperature, protect goes there at midnight. The biddies privilege and our duty to develop the week-end with his sister, Mrs. II, to the county metropolis Satur- previous rercords. The count now
J ', r plant from a too hot sun and beating here in America, and in every other
Y'' fail are fed five times a day on a specially O. Rivers. day.Rev. shows 305 republicans, 129 democrats

to rains.be successful How could. your In scientific plantings poultry prepared'( food; they are kept civilized nation, a civilization.splendid ruraladistinetivejy Mark Tomlinson and daughters Lu- Jno. Mullady, of Hampton, de I I and one socialist. Mr. Page's list, in

t' y slightly hungry-all the time, as heavy rural- lu and Em, of Johnstown, were in our livered an interesting sermon at the which the party designation is shown
raising the fowls and eggs are Too often the idea has seemed to *
feeding would be injurious. It was a section Sunday. Christian church Saturday night. !! by each elected member, shows no independents
andt
,\ treated according to nature's laws pretty and unique Bight those hundreds Isupply I be that the farmer exists merely to II. O. Rivers was a business visitor C. A. Youngblood was transacting or prohibitionists seated.

t i no chances are taken. of little lively biddies, who neeer food and raiment for an urban to Starke Monday. business in the county metropolis on The previous record party majority

, t The writer had the pleasure the other missed their mothers. I civilization. The farmer has beer. Greene Moody, of New River was Monday. I in the house Mr. Page said was in

, day to look over the Starke Poultry to another brooder long enough: called "the backbone of in our burg: Saturday. Rev. C. J. Druner, of Lake City, has the Sixty-third congress, elected in
Next
k Farm, owned by L. A. Davis, Jr., and house, where we come the biddies are three I the nation." It is time to realize that Sheriff Epperson and family, of been called and has accepted tho pastoral I' 1912 when the progressive party was

we will tell what we saw and heard, weeks old. Here the temperature iskl'pt !I he is also to a great extent its heart Starke, passed through here Sunday. work at the Baptist church dur- in the field and the democrats had a

in the hope that poultry raisers will Automatic fountains j'i and brain. The aim of society and George Rivers ig one the sick list ing the ensuing year. Te services plurality of 163. '
05 degrees. -
be benefitted. The high prices of poultry at j government must be to develop a civilization this week. '
the little fowls with clean
and eggs should surely demand a supply equally rich, beautiful, va- Onie Rivers and Maude Crews attended -
r better method of husbandry than the water. I ried and vital in both town and coun ,
the fair fit Lake
Butler
At future time we will visit during I i B. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER
Home COMPANY
Clarence
careless and wasteful one almost. universally try.- POI. last week. I
the poultry farm again and get pointers JACKSONVILLE. n.o.ra
+ .-
J in vogue Mr. C. S. Holzendorff on things we have not been able Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Rivers and children COMPLKTB I'BBTIUZEIIS' e
an, expert poultry man from TRUCKERS ORGANIZE TO '
CONTROL
,
visitors
were to Lake Butler on
to mention this time Had we ever ?3RTILfSa ltATnnlALS
e Jasper, who in the manager; of the LABOR SITUATION Saturday. I
had doubts of the efficacy of scientific -
any 9FRATKBS
{ place, took pains to explain tho different
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Crews
dispelled were in j _
t poultry raising:, they were i1'SBcrnClDIt8.
,, matters to be attended to fromy The truckers .f Lee DeSoto Lake Butler business. S.
and attending to
for we had to believe our own on POCK.TBTI SlJPPLIIt!
the advent of the egg; to the maturity ycs. The thing is simply cause and !Manatee counties are compelled to reduce Saturday.Mr. ....dt.f.w l.t.I'd_.......' r1.I do.Q..t-.. p.c-.... *.... w.* h Oulltr
of the chicken hatched from it. The
I
less effect Mr. Davis is well satisfied their acreage of truck crops for and Mrs. Roan Turner, of

1 farm is on the old Langford place on with his venture and will keep on Increasing this year, principally on account of Gainesville, were visiting relatives and

West Madison street. It was startedin the cUpucity of the farm. the Jabor shortage. While the labor lends here Sunday FARMERSThe

September with 100 roosters and When so good results. as we noted had situation is slightly better than a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hodges spent

hens of the White Leghorn val'i..t.jt ) come from only' 100 laying: hens, what month ago, the present situation will pan of last week in Starke with Mr. big "Hartford" has just opened FARM DEPART

j ] is now enclosed with high chicken may we not expect from 1000 bring about some important changesfor and Mrs. Bill Hodges. MENT here. Takes care of BRADFORD COUNTY farmer i

mesh and divided into six spacious i --r e- securing sufficient labor to handle Mr. and Mrg. Groover Sapp and same as big western farmer. Everything you own or make

well drained pens. As the work is being TUBERCULOSIS IN CATTLE the usual crops.Sometime children attended the fair Saturday.H. covered against loss by FIRE, LIGHTNING, WIND- '
done by the home force only, it is I
not yet completed, but the buildings ago, the truckers of Seminole O. Rivers and son, George, were STORMS, CYCLONES, TORNADOES. You get advantageof

will come as fast as needed. Infected Animal Should lie Handled I county organized and decided on visitors to Starke Wednesday. > FIVE YEAR rate but only pay premium EACH YEAR,

Ike There ig one rooster to every ten With Great Caution a definite wage scale. In order to John Hodges, was in Lake Butleron no interest. Insuring clause much more liberal. Restrictions
business
f liens. There are now 100 laying hens. f carry out the same plan in Manatee Saturday. heretofore on farm policies removed. First farmer
Plinnie .
i Probably other disease is f county, County Agent W. R. Briggs! Crews, Ethan Sapp and G.
\ They lay in the "laying house", a no a Crews were in Lake Butler the showed policy recognized advantoges, accepted at once.
number of during
and a local truckers calleda
structure 45-20; feet filled with greater menace to the cattle industry
up latter of the INVESTIGATE IT. Cannot tell you in this advertisement
meeting at Bradentown to establisha part past week.
than tuberculosis. It has been estimated

trap nests. These Hunts are so conxtructed'thut -
Lloyd Clark the features. WE WANT YOUR HUSINESS.
that this disease similar system throughout Manatee was attending to busi- many
when a hen has laM an causes an annual
county. Reports indicate that sufficient nes sin Starke Friday. Agency Est. 1886. J. R. DAVIS & CO. Starke 'Fla.
egg and she goes off tho nest, she is loss of $40,000,000)( to the livestock ,

caught; in a little compartment, where industry of this country. Another labor can be secured to handle a -
-- - - -
she must. remain until released and fact which makes this disease of much larger crop than is being planted -

"recorded." Each hen has her number great importance to mankind is thatit but without some definite plan of *

stamped on an aluminum ring has been proven transmittable from I organization the uncertainty makes i iI TO SICK AND NEEDY IN TOWN AND COUNTRY ,

around her leg;, and her performance cattle to man. This danger is probably I I the situation difficult to handle.

us an egg machine is kept tub on from les sthan Rome people think. The farmers' of Manatee county,

day to day, so that her value is ascertained. Probably four or five per cent of tuberculosis fully realizing the situation, have determined -

Some of the hens average 25; \ in man comes from infected I to better their conditions by PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE IS REAL GOD-SEND

eggs each month; if the laying conies cows It is transmittable thru the cooperative action. The business Interests

below a certain point she is eliminated milk and therefore, children are moat of the county also see the need M __ _KIBBBBSIiHSmi MSB ,

as an egg producer Every item of frequently" the victims.! of such action and this effort is sure ,

s'1' expenditure and production is kept account The germs arc of somewhat different I to bring good: results. Red Cross Has Placed Seventy-Four Nurses In Southern Communities

of, as well as the times when types, depending upon the animal M- -

L jl certain attentions are given; nothing infected, according to Dr. A. L. Sheal. WilY HOGS NEED WINTER SHELTER And Hopes to Increase Number Through

w is forgotten, nothing neglected. ly, professor of veterinary science at I Fourth Roll Call.
,
il; The laying hens got all they want the Florida College of Agriculture It I -
of food Is somewhat long slender and curvedin : ;
P+ "egg; composed of corn meal,
Iy Florida farmers to have
bran, linseed meal, chopped alfalfa man; it I is! short wide and straight' Many seem A* the time approaches for the ratus for measuring under-nourished Athens Banner, says, in part:

li iiay and beef scraps. All the hens, in cattle The bovine type, taken into I the impression mild that shelter that our is winter not climateis Fourth Roll Call of the American Red children; here talks are made to moth- I went In to ask Miss Crawford
so
beside their food, have access to sharp the human body assumes the name I I for hogs. It is true that we necessary have a Cross which takes place from November era about the proper care of their ba the Clarke County Red Cross nurse,

Travel, broken shell and charcoal. characteristics of the human type.Tho bies. The.hall fitted up as a watt about her work recently, and I was
. mild climate but we have a wide var. 11 to 26, many people all over
They daily get given food, consisting germ is killed. by pasteurizing the iation in between ing room witb health posters on the not only Interested In what she had
of cabbage milk. I I temperature day the country are asking how their last to tell but aroused as to own
greens and rape' and the and night. These changes in temperature walls and health literature for distribution me my
email chicks get lettuce. Tuberculosis is transmitted from f year's membership feea have been responsibilities lu the master. of health.I .
should be guarded against. Interested. Tbe
who
We went shown the boxes in which one cow to another by contaminated I spent and what are the organization's to all are had an l Idea that Miss Crawford'

the eggs\ are stored, until they can food and water. These are often Conditions here do not make necessary for the future. Full statements I room on the right 'Is an emergency: duties as county nurse consisted U
the providing of much shelter plans *
+ Und room in the insubutors. The eggs taminated by the feces of an 'con.j I as hospital! fitted up with five beds anda going about nursing charity cases But
f as is the case In northern states. have been made from time to time,
.
small /
animal. crib for the patients.And
+ are stood on end, one egg to each com The common drinking troughis I very no. Indeed. That lust shows how Ignorant
| All that is necessary Is sufficient projection and the financial! records of the Red at the back Is the nurse's private
-.c partment. Once a lily they are turned a menace to infection. Cattle standing j I I 1 was of tbe sort of an Investment
in from the wind. A windbreakof Cross both In the chapter and for national office, which Is also the operating
end for end, thin to preserve their stanchions adjoining an infected I had made with my Red Cross
vitality. (Wonder if the average poultry cow, or occupying it later, are often I one-inch boards) and a 'good: roof work are always open( to the :' room fitted with a real operating table dollar ,
I to keep' out rain, so that the hogs will public, but people have neither and dentist's chair. ,
many a
raiser knows this trick7)) There found infected. It is easy for oneinfected Miss Crawford works on the theory
are four incubators, of which three cow to infect an entire herd, I be sure of a dry sleeping: place, will time nor inclination to study them I Weighing and measuring children that an ounce of prevention Is worth

hold 4(10( eggs each. Before the eggs if running! together. I be more than half paid for in the saving and the simple statement that public of school and pre-schooi age was one a pound of cure. She says she has
of ft.ed. states Prof. John M. health nursing Is one of the most Important of the first things undertaken at the
are put' into them they an tested for Lowering the vitality of the cow not time for what seems to be tech
vitality. The examiner has a short makes it more apt to contract the dis- I Scott, of the University of Florida experiment phases of the Red Cross pro- center. Children who were underslsed nically known as "bed-side nursing. t

tube, which he direct. toward a lump', ease Feeding non-nutritious feeds, station. 'gram moans little to a person who has and underweight were advised When anyone In the county Ig tatA a''

e holding the egg! between the two. If starvation stabling in dark and poorly Few people realize that 60 percentof not made a special study of the work. as to their diet, and so eager were sick, Miss Crawford will go; Into thl

4i the egg is infertile Its contents arc I ventilated stalls, filth, previous diseases the feed consumed by animals is It is necessary to understand just they to gain the pounds and inches home and show the members of the

i perfectly clear; if the germ Is dead make cattle less resistant and used by them to maintain a body temperature what a Red Cross public health nurse that would make them normal that family how to curse the patient. She t

L there is n yellowish speck black more susceptible to the disease. I 'and to provide a proper means to some specific community to tbey readily consented to substitute), will stay' perhaps! two hours at a time
i ? on Relative I functioning! of the body and that on. realise the Importance of what. the organization mlllt for the coffee and tsa tbey were and for such a visit her
out side; the egg that will produce aii' to symptoms, there are' you may pay
ly 40 cent is used for the production is doing. Take the Mule
'- --- none which can he relief upon always per accustomed to drink. a quarter or fifty Cents, or even fifteen
Y j' The most suspicious; ; are;, continuously;; of meat. Therefore, during a mountain town of Highlands, N. C., Miss Harry next turned her attention cents, If you prefer not to accept

DODSON WOULD sffiPI I' losing flesh unthriftincsa, weakness, !I cold snap more feed Is necessary And for Instance, a summer resort with a to the care of the teeth. At her charity and she will explain"i to you 4

hair standing erect, coat losing its! vice versa much feed can be saved if winter population of about three hun request a dentist came over the maun what Is needed In tbe case of the

normal "gloss," and coughing. Sometimes j I shelters are provided in order that as dred people, situated on a tablelandon tains from Franklin and stayed for particular Illness you are nursing and

SALE OF CHIDE! swollen lymph glands can be'' little as possible feed will be neededto the side of a mountain eighteen ten days and was busy for every min help you with the first steps.In "I'

t I I| felt when a cow is tubercular. These provide body heat.. miles from a raUroad over road that I ute of that time, finding several seri Tuckstoa and Oconee Heights she .

gland are located at the point of the -- -- are practically Impassable for about ous cases of pyorrhoea among fifteen has organized regular classes la bornenursing. ..1 '

II shoulder in the region of the throat, w eight months In tbe year. Highlands I and sixteen year old children. Miss These classes meet once a ,
t ham no hospital no dentist no trained I Harry's dental clinic will be responsible week In Oconee Heights
8&1'1 Calomel II Mercury and i und In front of the udder. Diarrhoea once even I
J 11 usually present. in intestinal tuberculosis You Do More Work, v nurses and only one physician "but for saving these teeth. Later, two weeks in Tuckston. and Miss Craw .;

Lots Like Dynamite on You are more ambitious and you get more it has a Red Cross chapter And last an eye ear, nose and throat specialist ford shows her pupils, at their leisure JI!

1 .' Your Liver. I A great campaign is being wagedin enjoyment out of everything when your year the Red Cross Chapter applied followed the dentist and a number and under more favorable circum ,
: blood Is in good condition. Impurities in health that Is.
for a public nurse a of operations for tonsils and adenoids
stances than when tbere la actual
Illness
Florida to free it of this terrible the blood have a very depressing effect' on
f graduate trained nurse who has taken were performed at the Health Center, the same things that she shows .
diHi'iiMo. Recent reports are encouraging the system causing weakness, laziness,
. I.1T Dodson is milking a liard fight agnlnil: but there yet remains muchto nervousness and sickness. special) post-graduate training lu pub. the patients and their mothers being the housekeeper when she fs called M

calomel In the South Every druggist has be done. The precautionsmust GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC lie health work. The Nursing Depart- kept overnight in the emergency hose Into a home where there Is sickness.In .
greatest ,11
i t noticed a great; falling oil in the kale 01calom..l. be restores Energy and Vitality by Purifyingand ment of the Southern Division sent pital. Doth clinics will be a more or East Athens abe has a LittleMothers' ,
kept always, at least till the
all tho name reason,
They give
Miss Margaret Harry a nurse who less regular matter
Enriching the Blood. When feel Iron now on.
you Club
Is its state has been declared "T. B. Free. where she Is teaching
on'a Liver Tone taking pine
r , Dod and know ,- _. Its strengthening Invigorating effect' see had been trained under a Red Cross In addition to her work at the health these same things to the girls.
"Calomel dangerous jioople
how it brings color to the cheeks. and how '
and who
scholarship thoroughly understood center Miss Harry has done visiting
+ It, while Dodvon's Liver Tone !III perfectlyMf BOON TO CANE SYRUP MAKERSOne. ; It improves the appetite, will then And last Saturday she started a
you mountain conditions, to fill nursing all the
mountains
over ,
results said sometimes Health
: Mf and gives better a appreciate its true tonic value.GROVE'S Center' In Wlntervllle. She
prominent glot. Dodnou't the place. walking four or five mUes to told me they
of the chief difficulties were going to start a
Liver Tone I Iw lwrsonaily guaranteed by I experienced I I TASTELESS Chili TONICIs One of Miss Harry's first moves after see one patient. One woman, the Health Center next week In East Ath
I by cane syrup makers' is In the not a patent medicine it is simply
but
A bottle costs
n very druggist. large sbe became acquainted with tbe mother of ten children' who has not
and If it falls to give production of a uniform syrup that I IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.So ens.And
few cents, eaey
and their confidence
a people won was been out of bed for several has
of liver sluggtithneiui will nether crystallize nor ferment.I pleasant even children like it. The years In giving; a dollar last December
: Belief la every case I blood to open a Health Center. Health Center already been taken to Charlotte for
, and constipation, you have only to ask If the syrup is evaporated to a density nttdsQulnlne to Pu'ifyit and IRONto a to help finance this undertaking!
Enrich: it. These reliable tonic properties is another term that means littleto serious operation. Miss Harry accompanying I feel that made
/ for your money back that will prevent fermentation it you a good investment.
never fall to drive out Impurities in tbe who has not seen one her the
DodHon's Liver Tone la a pleasant- will frequently "sugar": while if it is person on Journey as sh<*{ Don't you?
the blood.
tasting purely vegetable remedy, harmless I In operation. The Red Cross Health had never been on the train before. Tbe Southern Division of the Red
not it
evaporated sufficiently tends to
to both children and adult Take I The Slren th-CreBting Power of GROVE'STASTELESS Center at Highland Is the lower floor But the value of a Red Cross public Cross has placed

a spoonful at night and wake up feeling, ferment In warm weather. : Chill TONIC has made it of the Masonic Temple, donated rent health nurse Is not limited to remote health nurses In tbe seventy-four public
J biliousness, nick headache, acid The bureau of chemistry. U S. department -: the favorite tonic in thousands of homes five states of
fine no free, by tbe Masons for that purpose. rural communities as tbe following North and
More than thirty-live tulk South Carolina
Tennessee
stomach constipated bowels. It of agriculture, has just de- years ego
or
would ride long distance It Is separated Into three rooms and extracts from a report made Georgia and
inconvenience all method a to get(;ROVES Florida. A successful
substancecalled
doeant gripe or cause j veloped a whereby a
like.violent calomel. Take be TASTELESS ChiU TONIC when a a hall by' partitions Miss Harry by a woman of Athena' Ga.. who Interested fourth Roll Call will make it possibleto
next the
the day invertase added
of calomel today and tomorrow may to member of their family had. Malaria or built herself because of the scarcityof herself fn the work of the continue tbe work of these
.
done nurses
certain of theprocess.
.w1 a
during a stage
i syrup needed a body-bu-Umg. t.entilb-givhi| labor. One of the rooms Is a rest Red Cross
will feel weak, sick and nauseated nurse employed by the and to add to them many others tor
you This substance prevents crystallization tonic.t.I The formula Is just the same today and general clinic. Here
1 Don't lose a day' work) Take Dod room are Clarke County Chapter will show. The similar service throughout the division.
..on'a Liver Tone instead and feel fluevill and permits one to evaporate and you can get It from any d/ug' the scales: for weighing: and the sup- report, which was published In the
sUe) bottle -
of vkror and ambition. the juice tJown to a point where tore< per

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i iTHE

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. PAUK; SEVEN

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER; 12. 1920. _ _ _ _ _ .
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LAKE REGION IS BOOMING:' Dewey Duke, of Plant City is visiting Thomas. OltllFR FOR Pl'BI.1C ATION

his parents and recuperating after Mr. and Mrs. hlart'cyVarrcn" of I In ..11 e".ur.. State of County Florida., In FlarhrhJudicial Chan. '

CANINE CUPID The lake region of Clay county, although an attack of fever. ZifT, spent the week-end here with the eery.II. (" l.dlr .

LITTLE GIRL A isolated from the county seat I Kaymond Hewitt has returned from former's parents Mr. and :Mrs. (). W. 8.Complainant.flatten I I

= is fast coming to the front and many High Springs.Mr. Thomas. v I IDnl.y

J developments: are under way and several and :Mrs. Claude Renfroc visited Messrs. Willie and Charlie Fowler ..t.n.I".nont... I

By CARLA F. ROSENTHAL By AGNES G. BROGAN. still greater development schemesare relatives here Saturday and Sun and sinter Miss Erie, attended the I ."I..lnt by afTltUivtt tHnnfHl| to the

,. contemplated in the near future. fair at Lake Butler Friday m.d th. atmie elated cauw that 1.1.1
C ''' $ $ [ day.Rowan BalU'n. the effmlant therein named. ,
Johnson is quite ill at this Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Stokes are
.. The Lawrence Development Co., -
<9, uag. by McCtur. Z..w.z&s.rOht ..'a.uc. i > 'JDe girl looked from tier' took operating n-Mlilent of the Florida, and eonecalahrrtM'lf .
up at and near Brooklyn) have already writing.Mr. receiving; congratulations over the arrival *i, that :of uhtnena, cannot l eaened
of character: Just In time to se: a youujr wail In an spent in actual round numbers and :Mrs. P. P. Dekle were attending of a daughter, born Oct. 25th. omen h..: over the, ave of twentyone .
Immaculate It I, onlrred that aaid)
whlto suit furiously I-IIUB--
Little Girl. over seventy-five thousand dollars in to business in Lake Butler O. W. Thomas attended the fair at nnn-ri.r.i >nt di'fendant Ke. I* hereby required ,

Little Girl's Mot Her. ing a forlorn looking doc, who hlldarous..1 clearing and fencing land and setting Tuesday. Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. to appear to the bill.of.complaint nleit
Little Girl's Mother's Friend. his Ire by running In front of In saId eat,... on or before Monday the nth
till cur. The car was a new and t.hln- pecan trees and other fruit trees and :Mrs.! Jackson Kettles was a busi- and Mrs. W. R. Hodge were day of eermhcr. A. P. 1P2a, otherwise thaialli'itatlona

Clerk. will spend many thousands more this nes "visitor here Tuesday and Satur shopping' in Brooker Saturday.Mr. of aald bill will lie taken aa eon
Scune: Mllllnwy !or*. Little Girl Ing one and the young tuna who cJlILs'dtJle fean.>d by paid defendant.
lIa tLltUe' dog was quite oblivious to the damage winter. The president of the company day. I and Mrs. Dave Polk and mother It I. further ordered that this order bepubllahcd >

trying on Girl's a M'lht."r--Now. Dorothy the Wet rood was doing to bin has just received" a large consignment Prof. and Mrs. L. 11. Futch were Mrs. F. S. Fowler, spent Fridayin wk, In the.Bradford a verb County for four.conaeeutlv. .ra"h. a

must select It yourself. I won't white IIhOf>s. The rough-haired creature ; of lumber from a Western week-end visitors in Raiford. I Alachua shopping. n... ....... iiubllrhi'd In paid County and. State. .I
;you lumber for the c>f Five Mile' well at Thla October 811th, 1920.
flew concern purpose was represented Misses Minnie and Gracy Greengreen
lust
yelping wildly at
ascapture
ay a word. (To Clerk)-It's her W. T. WEEKS.
building; for himself a handsome residence the Bradford County Fair Friday. I' in Brooker on'
deemed were chopping
birthday today and I told her that as noar. straight up the (8ea1)) CI..1 CIrcuit
birthday she might select bordered path to the veranda where which, when completed will bea Ranee Parrish has returned from a Tuesday By KNIGIT.n"uty r.ur.
present
a .'.
tier own liat. (Tries on blue one.) the girl sat. For an Instant Ills pleading thing of beauty, being located alIt trip to Kathleen. CI'de'Shaw, of Brooker passed A. 7. AtKtNR.

now do you like that Dorothy? eyes questioned hers then the will be, in a high hill, overlookingLake Mack Thomas visited his parents through/: here Sunday 8.h"I. t.. Complainant.\ 10.2U.Rtt-:

(Tries on pink one.) And bow do you dog's bony frame leaped' Into her arms Geneva one of the most beautiful here for a few days of this week E. J. Lewis and A. L. Green were .

like Oils one? "W( lir gasped the girl, as the Irate bodies of water in all Florida. The Jesse Gainey, of Linden is visijinjr &- business visitors to Brooker Tuesday NOTrl

young man followed threatvplngly Into !'(residence when ('ompletcan\" be I' his mother, Mrs. Amanda Gainl'Y.thl. Notice !I., hereby "tv.n the underalB-neiV..
Little Girl (look critically at both) seen and admired for miles around. The farmers of this section are Cora U. C..nn. .. nilmlnlatratrlx! of the reset.
Tlie blue Is the garden. B week : uf ('inPI. Canon deceased, I
one pretty, mamma. busy getting ready to grind cane, on ..ml..
"You've a lot to do haven't' Others will :follow suit and ere many in. lt'2". at 1" ic'iiH'k\ In the forrmton raid l
Little Girl's 1IIotht'r-Uh. h'm. CT. you. pur- T. II. Rimes and sons, J. D. and some of them having already begun.A. .f
will and
months there will be numerous mod. I .Y. |irmf nt make a final return to
Friend)-Don't y'ou think that the pink cuing a poor half-starved animal that Wilbur were here Saturday on business. T. Thomas! attended the fair at the, Honorable ficorire A. (;.PI".. County

one Is sweet" Aren't those streamers dared annoy you for a moment by rn homes where heretofore there has Lake Butler Saturday. .1,i,1'e of Itradford County, ., ... at hlaclmtnlier
been nothing but wild In the Courthounc of raid intile
country. county
range
lovely TLittle blocking your way' That !Mm. B. L. Puke and children Dana Evan nod e attended church at I>' Town of 8lark. Florida of her reiwrtand
there will be here
Indignation was In the girl's tone, more people of aeeount such of paid'
Girl's Mother's Friend-Beantlfull and Gladys, were guests Mrs. P. .dmlnl.t..1
In the flash of her eyes and the flush this winter than can be housed is evidenced P. Dvklo Saturday. dan Sunday. relate, and will then ... to paid'
Jtidne her dl.chanr auch admlnUtratrU.
a -
r.r
of her cheeks" as she held the trembling by the fact that every available -
Little Girl (doubtfully) don'tb'Ueve Ancil Parrish is quite ill at the MABTEH'I SALB .
I care ve-ry much for streamers. beast close regardless of her cottage or house for miles around home qf his mother, Mrs. Mollie Par- Not iff to ,..rot" Blv.n Hint under and by Dated at SlarUe, Florida, on this October
il cither engaged or already occupied virtu of a finil denw ct (fonclMur madand IB. 1920. .
Little Girl's Mother Friend crisp whiteness. The strange ,young rish. CORA L.
(to )- for n-ndotvd br Hon. D. A. Thruhcr, JUCK CA8ON.
And don't you think the shape Is pretty man, pausing to' mop his perspiring the winter. J. M. Gainey of Lake Butler is of the Circuit Court of Florid' In und forllrdr 10-1B-\I-1Z-10. A. A"mln"t.rl. Aforeaald.ORDFR .

? Doesn't that curve look well on brow gazed at the girl at first In answertog Mr. C. S. Burkholder of PittsburV visiting his nephew B. F. Gainey this <\.nl County wherein on J. W.the Pettyjohn 22nd da r wu of 0cmher. om-

Dorothy} Indignation then with a slow will renovate and repair the Brook- week l.l.lnmnt 11120 und Mm. I. O. Parker Mr. 1.1..1.l OF fFIV'rl BT riMH.ICATlOV

spreading grin. lyn Inn in order to take care of as RtoliM. and J T 8tokr hP h.bnd. T K. In the (. the State of "'I.rda.
Little Girl's Mother's Friend ( In and Bradford ..,.
enthusiastically Dennis Argo: called on Mr. Deklc I'.rker, J. 2 0 Parker. K .. P."e. Ida J.I'rrkrr r. Cu.
The lean and ragged animal baringan many as possible but a hotel on a Lulu M. Langlry,
!!! )-It's'' just as becoming Tuesday. and C. C. 1'arkrr. tier h.bnd. H

.. It can bel I Inquiring eye nestled closer to the much larger scale would have every Messrs. Douglass and Ward were hay' I'.,k.... 1>...I. I OQulnn. J.. v* Compl.lnatJ.n. I

,, ...Olerk-It is pretty and It look well girl with a loving whine moistly affectionate room taken and would 'prove a paying business visitors here' Tuesday O I'ortvr Uulnn I'arkrr.. her h.bnel.h.l. l.n of r..k.. Tar.ker. r J. C I.t.D.OI. IVfendnU et al l .

on ber too. The color Is BO becoming his tongue caressing ber hnnd'i iroposition. Math Dukes and Marcus Dekle ) .. Mra. France. Tarkiir. Karma NOTICE TO UNKNOWN DEFENDAlJTITNolle

ber. "Poor doggie" she murmured } I Mr. J. B. Zcall with a company of were visitor Brooker I'arkrr. .Vrll! .Carr. I. .I. I'arkvr.. a..minor la hervhv vlven to all. ..rl. claIming .
tQ to one eveningof nuby rarKvr. a vu.t i swan.
.n'In.1 .
.
L. O. M*.-Tea, It looks nice on ber. little hounded thing t I'll take you In capitalists, has recently purchased a I last week Henry I'arker. a minor and Imnren. Tarker. I>. M.* Oomto L. nd.M. lens Mr J. .Chrl.I... .;Mttle. -*

but-I don't know. I'm afraid It won't this minute and give ;you such a tneul valuable tract of land adjoining the I F. R. Drawdy has moved' his fame a tern minor for, laid and minor A. t. Adklni.heir at guardian law of ad T. I.. T. J. Alderman. Inl.. tong. May 1.1

as you haven't had In months." holdings of the Lawrence Development of II. O. Alderman. I.. O. l'ow.1 and W.. C. .
It's of the
to well with some of her dresses. ily to Kathleen. Parker an heir at law l both Powell a Powell. J.

"i trying color you see find besides "Then" asked the :young maD Interested Co., and have commenced operations Dewey Duke, Misses Mae Duke, I'arkrr, deeeaaed.C.. D.. C.O.Melvln W. Melvln and frudonceA II. O. M. Truby.lining C.1..ln.B. I..r. I'enlnaular) Naval (

"what aro you going to do with in clearing etc. Great thingsare ; Norma j.lvln. .U. Store Company. Olb..t W. Bite Kll.al.etr.
rm afraid It will fade. I had a blue TIckle and Lucile Varnes were Emma Rivera, hi .1.. J. W. Koe Bunrc and hualiand. I).. A. J.

dress once, ;yes just about that sharJ, him?" promised by these developers and guests of Miss Hattie Duke one evening Padwvtt and Crraty 1'.d.lhi.. . are .'... J. E. Futrh.. N. I'. Cauthen. Minnie
The girl glanced defiantly Into the they have a fine chance for making defendant. I. A. fl. Crew apeelal mt r I"eh.n..r. A. Wyatt Harry O. llower*.
and I wore It on a hot, gUnny day, : last week. have I.vl. upon the fol..lnl de- F. L. T.hd.(1, 7.. Adklna. Burten II. ('
and-It was a pretty dress and quitea man's. mocking face. good; R. B. Page who has been visiting .r.l.d .) II Cun *. l IN.I. .I.hn 10. n Wllllama. George Chrlatlanaon ..-

lot of trouble to make-and first "I'm going to keep this strange dog," The C. & T. Ranch operated and t his IIllIt.cor. Mrs. D. I. Illume has gone ., a* folluw, towltiSouthw William J. R ,
I t Quarter 8WVi) of North***! all deceased, or of them or otherwla.
I thought
she "for own. financed Mr. N. although -
I. Cable
replied my partly .
know It faded I If by to Vcro to spend the winter.I .
all .
thing you was Quarter (NEt4)) I Northweat Quarter (NW%) either .. deviate*, elnlmant. grant,...
It had faded evenly I wouldn't have about It this morning when I saw him just over the line in Bradford I I Marcus Dekle went to Lake Butler of rloutlienut Quarter (8K>4))II Ni.rth.t and to all partlea .1.lmln. any IntereaCwhataocvrr

minded so much but It was so queer searching around our back door. Only (county is one of our developments, Thursday. Quarter 'INKV4)) of Southwmt Quarter (H Wt4)) I In the lan< . aa followatNortheaet
and Mouthewit Quarter And' streaky-I was so mortified I (To -" her tone was rl'gretrul-"he did and has made splendid progress in i B. L. Duke Dewey Duke, Mrs. fl. I. Uunrb-r INW\11 and Northeaet Quarter (NEU of PEW) aecllon .t : ; -Av.Q"(a I.townnhlp :

friend.) You remember the dress, look no-homely. the way of improvements, and we are Illume and Miss Josephine Illume INBK tt Quarter (NWVtll I and tla (Sb.) rang tw.nll'-'w ( )
Is Twelve I (Ill I acre-t Eat aid. of North- anuth half of nnrtheaat quarter ((816 of
how homely Casey ,
"I don't cure all of Mr. Cable who is real
Elizabeth.L. proud a j were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. wrat Quarter (NW 4) of Northweet Quarter4NW4b rest h.1 of rortheant of
1\1. Q..r.
0. M. F. (noddlnjr)-Oh. yes I site said. "I shall befriend him. hustler, a man who docs things, and Dekle Sunday. < of Bectlnn Twenty-two
You the shirred with the "Casey?" aHked the young man. a public spirited citizen. I I i -._ ____ _ Ten (110 Aere on South Bid of BoutheaetQuarter section. thirty-all Sil.) townthlp ( >
mean one .
(SE.I) of Soulhwiwt Quarter ((8WUIhrlna .n" twenty-two ( l aouthwent quarter ofnorthraat
sash "Illi name from now on, the girl. The Community Store, operated by i ZiFF . Ten ((110) V.r wld Q".r. (SW4 of .). aiiuthweat .

L. O. M.-No, It wasn't that one. said. "II looks like 'Casey.MThe Mr. W. E. Baker under the firm name I aero* .le Korty Arras of FI .. Q.ar.. eoutheaet quarter of nnHhweat .
furtive backward 1161. all Tnwnvhlp Haven ((1) Houth quarter ((8WV4 of 81.r NW* >
: \1.
Tou see. I have had several blue dress- dog gave u of The Baker Mercantile Co., newly -.Ziff', Now 12.-Mr. and Mra.! S. L.i Twenty ((2n) F.t. end will ..1 the *ame before aeetion eleven ((11)), I, aeven (

'0I. This one was plaited and had glance as she' curried him Indoors. To organized, is doing; a large; and profit i: I'rvHcolt< and children spent Sunday the ... .. door il..k. Brad Fence twenty-two ((22)) l w.e>t quarter ofnorthoant I
It seemed County Florid, between hour quarter of ttrth.sat quarh-r (W14 !
the surprlM'd young/: man able in is tur I..al
little buttons. Made up your mind yet, business which itself an with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Kelly. .1.. on Monday, the, flth ilay Peeem- of NK'4;' of noHhwnt Dorothy? that the ugly mouth smiled. Reluctantly indication of the splendid growth of | Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas spent lH>r, 1V20 to *.U.t and pay maId final deree northeaat 1'11.(NW14 of % I. went
white-suited made his and Bald to otd half of ... half of quarter ofnortheajit
time one this section of the county. property b* a .1 .0"lhw.l
Little Girl (holding blue one In her the week-end near Gainesville the the property r.l. th. T.r. eaah. ( % of WU,

hand)-I think thla color's", lovely. way down the flower-bordered path The new postmistress, Mrs. W. E. guests of her brother, Menry How .t d.r.nd.nl.. 8. ( 'ItKWH. NF4): ,, "tt', ( WnWn'r-
and Into his waiting car. Reluctantly ll.n-Kt-18-l. Rieell Ur in Chancery.RPECIAI. west quarter of Q"* ( '
Ancle Lee had one this color once. looked back toward the vacated ve Baker, Is indeed an affable lady and ard. 8W>,4)). went h.1 of .aouthwent. quarter ofaollthwrat

L. O. M. (lauj.\'ttLng-Tes.\ I remem- be in'destined to prove the most popularpostmistt'eaa Misses Grace Padgett and Mary 4 of 8W4). I
randa. The young man also smiled. SAlENotice : aectlon ;It,: townnblii elirht I ((8)). rnir
ber. It lasted for' about two days. Brooklyn ever had. i Wattdin of plant City, spent last week MAfTER'I and by .. ...
Dulcie carried her dog Into the In h..by "Iv.n und. twenty-two ((23). .Ih..t (flW44r
Here child try the pink one on again.: At a local good; roads meeting held here, the guests of friends and relatives. virtue. of that final d.. mad. and renderedOrtnrujr I and northwent Q".t. of .n"lh..t q".r. qtiarterINWU

Turn around so that mother can ae<". kitchen. Ignoring the remonstrance of at -the hotel Saturday night nearlyone I' in. A. I>. 1120. ,, the Jilillre of therl.ule of SHJVil.) aertlon (lr.1f( ). town'
Mary Ann she. rifled the cupboards' of ) (: In for Bradford rAun'y. pIth etwht, (fHI.) ranice (twenty-two ) : eouthenMt -
Tea that's nice. (To Clerk) Don'tyou thousand dollars was subscribed Mrs. Sallie Prescott of Waldo is oar.h.n.' In that certain cam,*. quarter of northweat' .RE" of

; think that Is nice chops and bones ; to Casey her offeringwas by 'private individuals in just a few spending a while with her son, 5. L. .'I.ril... A. M. lilnehrd U complainant NW'' I. Weal half of ... qu.r.. . (W14
but, an appi'lla-or.' Oulole added a and A. J. Po and C. F. I... .defendant of aoulliweat, quarter aeo- )
Clerk-They are both very becoming. minutes to form a nucleus for a fundto Prescott offer NW\I. HIW\I.
bread' find milk-still wagging the .nll..I"n" .peclal mauler, .1 tIn (Ill. Uiwnnhlp elwht ) ranva ,
She' can't nmke n mistake whichever pan' of make the long; talked of start toward Perman I'ons of Kisnimmee, spentSatum'dayfithe for .1. ..the oourthoilite door ltrk.. ("'nl.t", ((221 reel h.1 n aouthweat quar !
jrntefnlly, the dog nuked for more. I'lorhl. )b,. the hour of ter of norlheant nt RWof NT
legal
building roads .
one she takes.L. some good so ,: guest of his sinter Mrs III
; ; : ,
"It IlIUMt have len ages since he Monday I.mh., dill. A II. 11120. the Kl/il.; wet half of went ? of aouthweatoiiarter
G. M.-Well, I want her to -besatisfied. sadly needed in this section. Hattie Prescott. hliiheiit and bet bidder for curb the lollwnl of norti'ast quarter (1W',4) of Wit,

She I In the one to wear It, had. nay food Mie told 1 Mary Ann. Last but not least the most needful '! J. B. Thomas *spent Sunday near d..th.P ProPerty Mltuated In 1.'o.d .un- BWV4 of NE'41.! aoulheant' quarter of o
"(lii. you ain't' fill them kind up, ., towlttThe went quarter (SftU of NWi/i' ), wi.t half of
and I.c-Hlrics It's her btrth"1ny, yu thing in any community is a prop. I.UC1'OflMP. with his daughter Mrs. I D. Soulheant Quart4.r, of the NortheaMt went )half nf aouthweat quarter of anutheaiitilliarter

know ,MI I told IHT. she. could select the, nfiinnn j.'rulllhh..1.Dulcie \ er religious atmosphere. As in other Shaw. Quarter of Inn Hnuthwent qunrU'r of 8e*. BIb, (WIt of WU.' of HW4' : HKVilt)
Miowed her do: apologetically : "lownnhlp IS Inut h. n.n.. It'i Fjuit, ..ntlnlnl I vat half of weat half of ,.I : quarterof ,
U. Now this doing well along this Mr.
pink- ways we are I and Mrs. J. W. Lewis
spent ,
of
thitt t evening to her father "I Ic 1Mdrf'I..ltllt1) ten acrti*, .or 1 the aoulhenal quarter (R'/fc WH ,
Little Girl (d'I'lU-1 don't like : line. Under the leadership of that Saturday at Brooker shopping D. B. KNIGHT. PW4! of 11'41.:' } *iwtlon twelve (l21. townahlp .

the streamers, mamma.L. I ] homely. she admitted "but most excellent Christian lady Mrs. I J. B. Thomas and daughter Rhoda Blieclal M.... flv. ), .n". twenty-two ). eon
he's nrTeetlorhite mid needs n home. A. 8. CREWS tnlnlnif In one tnoiiHnd forty (1040)) acre*
O. M.-Tin- streamer? Why, Lillian Congware, a thriving Sunday ] were business visitors to Lake Butler Solicitor for Complainant.. ll-B.tt-12-S ",..or I..1, in Bradford ..unl".
child, that's the prettiest part of It I I'm, going: : to keep him. school has been organized and carries Tuesday. -- -- And you and eaeh of you ".hereby, ordered
"All! right" the Indulgent father replied I, to In the, above court toariawer >
appear
(To Frlpnd-Ioll't) yon think the promise of filling to the fullest along Miss Edna Baxter of LaCrosse, and NOTiCE the ,bill of .nUl" Mirnlnnt
don't Inflict his 'urn,11Iulln ( Blato of Florliln complaint II.d
"lint < In Circuit of the -
streamers are pretty Elizabeth : ; felt want in this community. People :i sinter. Mrs. Tom Baxter of Jackaon- ti. for. Cur County. ,o In the afore-named cpu... on third d"l

I. O. M. F.-Indeed I do I I remember me. gather here every Sabbath from | ville, attended church at Dcdan Sun. Lula M. I.anirley, f' January.: A. D. 1U21. TeTecraph,
The Mradford toiinty I. herehrdealirnnted
with the
As rh > sat that evening
wlwn I was a little girl just about miles around to hear thin remarkable Comllal..nt. .. the ncwapnpcr In whirh thla I

Dorothy's age I was Just crazy to dog In client adoration at her feet. It lady teach the Scripture lessons for day.Mr.. and Mrs. L. A. Fowler and chil- JITK 1. Chrl.U.n.ol.v. .t al. t notlee. .hal Iw fiuhllnhed for twelve purcrs.lv.wok. I
tiniircomitfihly that the white- to eatil SrI day of A.
have a hat with streamers.L. fieeined which she seems particularly fitted. dren of Starkc; spent the latter 'part I.f.nd.n. 1921. prior J.nual. D
flanneled figure, of a man still occupiedthe Mr. W. E. Baker is the of the OKI'IKK OK BY PUBLICATION Wltn > hanil and e1 of olTlee thla, lat
O. M.-Tou know, Dorothy you're superintendent :, w"t."k. guests of their parents, NOTIfF. TO KNOWN OEfNIANTI aa my
) an odd little girl sometime Now step below. It11'1111 exceedingly, : and Mr. S. II. Dodd is his able ) Mr.' and Mrs. F. S. Fowler. To A. Wyatt renldlna-' .I J ilay of O"">N'r. A. I). 1020.W.. T. "
curious how such a brief presence In the Mtate of Colorado WFEK8.
moot children and willing helper. Rev. Crosby of 1..0. i Clerk of Clreult Court, for II rail .
would be delighted with could haunt a place. Dulcle recalled % I Sampson filled his. M. Little *nd Mr. I. M. J.lttle. realdln ( ,
those streamers. But If you don't In way of conclusion we will say regular( appointment at Dedan Satur. In the City of I'uhln. i the fital of (Heal Ktata) of l'l.rd. By C. A.
the young man's good-natured/: acceptance KNJHT.
want tllf'ln-1'11 tell what well that this is one of the most beautiful day and Sunday. di, "I.1nlM.r
you of CI..I.
of her re'lukhls, whimsicalsmile. W. Ito*. residing In the city .puty
do-we'll cut them ofYl I (To clerk) : and healthful sections of all Florida. r). I D. Thomas spent last week near M'I..k.' In the Bt.t of Wl.con.iniWllllim ('IAIU.A: A. I'OWKRS..
.
Couldn't we cut them off? Then Idly. her eye caught unadvprtlHem..nt The almost innumerable lakes' nestling! Gainesville, guest of his nephew Lee J. Itoe ** "aIn, the city ofOnhkoHh Inlol.. f.r( t.ml.l.o.nl.: IIH.1..t.R
In the evening paper: In the stat. of I
Clerk-Why, yea you might do that, "Lofit 'I" she rend, "valuable Airedale among the hills possess a charm fascinating Thomas Harry C. llnwrra, r.htln.WI.n.ln lh city ofDenver. Olt[>ICH (IF BEHVICK' IIV Pirill.lCATlON

or else, If you prefer you might: Just all who see them. Bathing, J. S. Forsyth spent part of last In th* .tat. of C.lo.d In the Circuit (,.rt of the State of Klorld.
puppy In vicinity of Park place this I KIlKahith; Roe ." h.b.nl. Dr.A. In and fur County.I.liltl .
loop them tie them In boating and fishing; are of the best. week( in Starke where, he 11..dl.n
up or a pretty morning.: Return to I>. Henson 2140 was summnnvd i J. Bunre.. both .hl'n.' In the city of M. l.an.l.y.
The lands are of a good grade and to court. I Milwaukee. In the elate of Wbeolutn v. .
bow.L. Elm avenue are particularly suited to the Mrs. Minnie L. Trlplett. reeldlna- the city of Complainant. t i
O. M. Oh E. B. Thomas
that's what we'll pro. and
yes daughter !
.
'
Dulcle stored down at "Casey. Milllken. In the Itatn of Clo..do I J n. J. rh.I.U.n..n. it al., .
.
do. Yon wear It the way It Is. for a said '"This duction of peaches pecans and the Rhoda spent Sunday with Mrs. Rosa It I. tien-hy onlered you' and each of flefnnriant ;
"It's I" she morning
time and then wlicn get tired of you various field crops It is only goingto ; Kelly. you appear on the 6th lay of ttoeemlier.. A. NOTICE TO KNOWN DKIT.NhANTS
you In Park place--valuable Airedale" l>. 1020.) to the bill of complaint filed hereinUHlnt To Jena. J. (;I.I.U.n.. E. I.. lloune, A. j
It we'll Just loop them, up prettily There was nothing for It but to bring be a question of time when this -- -. yuu In the *bov* entitled . ... 7. Adklna. Iur.n Co.IN.1 and (leorieChrlatlanaon
somehow." It'll make It an altogether section is going to be one of the most WATKRMILL: I The Bradford County Telegraph la herebydeilirnated th. .Id.o.. whom each and ,
out her own cur and take the dog over a* the new.iiaiM-r In which thl every I
dfrwnt! liat. Now Dorothy I don't to Elm avenue. The question of. own popular of the State. We have the notice .h.1 lie pabl.h.d I.. four eoneeeutlveweek It i.l.h I :, ordered that. you and each of

want to hurry you. but you know ership must be settled at once but before beauty and (charms the healthfulness Watermill, Nov. 12..-Mm. Viola to *. { day of Pecemlter. A. you .,'-' the bill of eomplalnt tiled herein
;
we've the lands and all need is "folks" Thomas P. 120. awetrmt you In the above entitled catiae on
lot we and children
of errands do
got to
attended
a yet. the car tied fairly stopped at the churchat ttitnma my hand anil anal of off Ice thl the Slh day .f "...mh.., A. U. 1W2I
(To clerk) : She's; going: to have a door "Casey" hlniNelf, settled the quexyon. and they are C'oming.-Grf'f'n Cove Dcdan Saturday. 211th liar of Ontuber. A. I>. 1B70. The Bradford County; Teleirraph I I. hereby
party. I think It's don't tk'p Times. W. R. Hodge W. T. WEEKS. d..I"n.t.1 the newaiieipi.r In which this
nice you With, the joyful bark of a dog and son, Evan attended Clerk Circuit In and for Bradford notice shall ,.. puhllahed, for .)ght oon..aUv -

up these little C'(>celebrations restored to hit 0* ii, he ran up the the fair at Lake Butler last County, ft.Cur. FI.rd. ..".k. prior to aid fllh flay of Ih"ember.
Clerk-Yes, It's lovely. I think one FIVE MILE Friday.Mr. (Seal) KNIC.HT. A.. I). IIIVO.
walk. then with remorseful affection Deputy Clerk.CIIARI.RB Wltneaa my hand and .**| of office thIs lai
Is A very lucky little jrlrl. returned coaxing, the girl to follow and Mrs. Jack OoocMJ-) and !'On. A. I'OWXnS day' of 0.10., A, I). 1B20.W.

L. G. M.-I omctlrue think that hedO"I't CUR pushed his way past the maid Five Mile, Nov. 12.-B. L. Duke has Eugene! attended the tOJ? at LakeButler Hollcltnr for Complainant. lO-ea-dt-lS-8 T. WKRKfl.: J
Clerk Circuit Court In and for Bradforil
returned from to Plant .
' realize how nice she has It. at the door M title. Dulcle remained to I a trip City Saturday. NOTICE TO ItrilTOMS AND ( "il IT I- dimity, Htata of Florida.lly .

Children don't you know. Well little await the coining of D. Itenson. Bartow and other places of interest Mis Alva Thomas, of Vanderbilt, All penmni Indebted tn the eatate of C. A. KNIrIT.IAFAI.I .
I in South Florida.J. Miss Minon, lat of Draririird .oant Florida, etaceaned ( ) ". .
and Ilertie
girl which Thomas .
Is It to be? We trmitnttske A familiar wlilte-sutted figure of Crescent are requwted to pay their edit drbU ( : A. TOWERS. '
too much of this nice time. C. Gainey Hasting as visit View spent the week-end here havIng claim 1 'H.I..
lady's swinging, around the garden, path, snr- with I' forthwith, .nd.1 iieraona for Complainant. 10.8.0.-1- I

(To Friend) : Oh, I do love this pink .prlsed a plc-uned wondering light of ing relatives and friends here. their parents Mr. and Mrs. O. W. authenticated analnat paId .with .h.1) file' the, .erne.clmlnietratrli _'duly-

* hat It twcruld look so exquisite on --- .. und..n. or OP FINAL IHCHARGR
recognition In her eyes. within on year 'nm ...1. NOTU'I
bpI'.n.' ( will forever tarred. AI., . .fl,'r i!.t. hereof |. the undersIgned
Dorothy ,
h.
"You' she exclaimed. iI1.t. .;) indn M.HDINM/V 'O; 'd ('IV",,, Thl of October liar .dmlnlntmUtr' i,f the ftit.it. of M.
Little Olrt-I like the blue on*, but The joung: man bowed. l .1Jn03: ttwJ! ':> iIJ.I1 I 'SrfM:; : 'J. 'At d.1 MRI. C. A. MIXON. C. c".r. d....... w,1, i>rcft.nt my vnuehrtv
if you like the pink one better mamma "Donald Henson at your service." .. 'OZftl! 'of Admlmetratrll o. F.t. of C. A. Mlion. and| ...o"nl l..n..hl. (l -o. A.finrtllncr .
m take that. tt'trt'UI --------- Olid I J MX eti) joj ,
V "I dVn't unrtertr'andDulcIe! faltered Finrhi.' and ask to 1. dl..I..d .aiirh adm
L Q. OO'Ll1t'J ---.---..---.-.---.-..--.... ..... .. OKDEH FOR PUBMCATION In Infra tor.
M.-You're the one to wear but she wall beginning to under. .01"110 11 at .q. ... II".' 100".L
M ,It. ovcw'o"i-ii'vi .qa ot 1.If' _nJ. *i5 101".'. tn Circuit Court Stale of F..le.. KlfhthJuillnlal ThIs ",1 day of October 1D20.
you know. Dorothy. None of us Is Ind..d."YOQ .
stand very well C'PWL'9-----------------------------------' lonips .'L 01"8" pao Clrault, 'Bradford Can' Chaneery. N. F. PEARCE,
_ _
going: to any a word. (To Friend) t ...e." he explained genially I ... 1ntl'IIII'9 1-= Ad"lnl.t..to., of .:.Ia. nf C. frnft. r'remand. *'-
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I think It's such good training for : real lIpu"fJ' 010"0" 100'1"9 .1. I.'N' i.i. J. T Mary,
"Siindy; -that's Casey's name .. .... .
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8t'Ut'ot -------- -- ------ ------ ...... I Iv ..
01'0' IOC''I.o .J. I.' 1..01. -- -- ---
children I __ _____.___.___ __... Cm..I.ln.nl.
to their I IKlvany
get to know own honk his strap and collar and strayed' I 00910'R---------. -- <" ... l"4D lLuU.fi op FINAl. flISC1IAKCF.Slety
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nilnrts You're sure ;you like the pink over to Park place this morning WhenI SL'OimC ----------------- -__.__-..___-____-._-___.-- p...... uo.uod, ."' ''rlM. : Mare, I ( Hayn after date hereof, I. the ondtrntirn -.
at's--------------------------
one. pufl.4.. "JftjO3Jfl4' pUT u4 nI.nd.nt. I ef1. ... rlrnlnkifcmt.nr nf the ..iate nf Hi*

Little Dorothy? tried 1ft round him up with my ('lOr. ".cI'9----------------------------------------------------------___________..._.______.____--___.____.___ ---- .pun, --_ ..apJq puuoropl ....... It aunearlnaby .lld..11 .n. I to the tr Wynn Into of Ilnidford county, Florida si
RlvanyMarr.
Olrl-Uni h'm. lie expected, a deserved thrashing and pun" ,,0..u"U illl flld In the .I".t.ecu d..I. 'nt my you> and finalaerounta
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L Q M.-And I .,,_ 'p.i ri -.... ...... ADft1 "aiui, .. 111 ,,1us.;) th named. I I. a nonrwl .I* "n. fl leo. A (1 illncr.'. CountyJuifKif
jon won't be t sorry ran to you for protection." Sandy's a sql l. .pa>j| !" .Ml t 'L MHI'Ml' ( 1 -IL pipWg. pu. Jiunoif* >u.iuu<>rw <1 V the fltat Florida and her realrk'nee of Itratlf'iril county. >rlda. and auk
after you get It home? (Dorothy Is wise dog-and' a lucky one" I>. !Henson oats---------a- ----- ---- ------- ---------- ---- -. ,flea! ?? ass,, ?.! ,??, |1104| :|:, ,j, I Ia unknown and I I. over the ... of U, (M* illiieharwf, aa such aclm fllntrmtor.Tlila .
silent' ) added' M dly. You liked-Sandy." ,Iircts'- "--------------- rpuoq lWIP (I'noqn' .01 |rOl-1I| .11"(( **> nMI an ...'"i (HUM I twenty.on yer ; It I Ii* therefore nr.r that the Hth dar of 0...... K.20

L ,.p.pso------------------------_.__ ______._ ______ utaijiep| (ixiqM XV |.|M O M.-Ilec you know you've "So I must give( him up !I" the girl tS""P'N9 n -------------- ipu BV| Qgftf uo MX*) 4)tin/x. |vioj. "lllr to appear to the hill of complaint of th. Estate of Ufa IT Wynn.

larted! It all yourself! (To Clerk) S said slowly' OP5950----------------------------------------------'' HIKI Km o7<'li ao .>.'"> .>aa. |......... II. amid ... on before Monday, the dr f aiHr I. 10-5.0142.5
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we will take this one. Thank "Tell you what D. Benson exclaimed of paid' bill taken .. confunned .
yol t(, much for an this trouble we've. "I'll bring andy c\er and oo.ts'wg--------------------------------------------'' -.I..d |.u_ UO"onr.A" ,110L, I.,..10 d..o.nt.I b NOTICE .MAMe.Hl . : rn""GP '
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ills'.. OOSCL'P---------------------------------------------------- "......" JOn. u".nl.A i ,ino.1, I I" lurh. (hI. order be pub. ly day after ,dale 1'01. I, the' umler-
vou But It will be stich a pleas- leave, him with you as often as you oopiu'cv--------------------------------------------------. -- .i'..11.. ) UflUWAoo 1.1"'" 1.1.I core a week .for eIght eonaecutlve weeka aliened, .. Exeeutrlx of .h. .Ia.nf Anna P.
aI''' '" her hereafter to think she se- like" I 'SI.rt.---------------------: ...... ,$oJ fa u..nl.A 1.loJ. Bradford County, Telegraph newapaiier Wall, late of llra l..t..1 I. SMI.-.i>""1" he 0111111 'Pl JPUJff Ia iuNs:) publUihed. In Held and .. will present my voucher and final *c_
t it all herm-lf. Dulcl smiled. "And call for him .lIm'Ot '...011! l i.: Mother. Lltt'e* Girl and again?" she niikvxl. 'I".n, tJa.s .If' m .uiunO9| .).J...!... a| ...... Jo tUWUoflJflddu' 'aqi pUG '07.8' nd iu'u W. T. WFFKR. Judge of llradfnrd County. Florltla, and *alc
flend The man sighed; a sigh of .n" 'aqi hiw1!.. oq .n '."' '''1'':) 5VJ. 'aqi ., po""o ....01.. 'U..O "" "Ua'aU '1iaW (.Seal 1) CI..1 r1..ult Court to dielirKed' aa ..., .. .*.
Mother carrying pink bat In young ..,, Jo"I, '" 'sin .lIqnd .1.1 pu. p'.d' .'.'4 'A1uno:') p,w. I" lJnfr) naJ3'; .If' j"u H C. Thla the lat day of October KID
-, beg.) great content "'.1:> '-M 'X 'M '1 'MUI 01 u.n..nd pUG '1uno;) 1',.. 'o 1 'flhI"3: n.., .If' 01 ...... AIIoep Deputy Clerk MILS <;r)0.) J. WIIT.
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'} PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY tELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMRER121820i -.

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c: Bradford- County Telegraph- mammoth workshops in the drastic \ IT COSTS ; ter. ;Miss. Wilmer the first:were visitors of the to week.the -
i slashing] of prices to pre-war levels.In county sent pan
Pock Norman of Raiford, was in
/ this stroke Henry Ford has pointedthe
The Clearance Sale
for nil other producers, all Lawtey Thursday. Big
I'nbliaihed, Weekly. end rnUrrd .e iee- other way merchants. The country is now TOO MUCH James Browning went to Jacksonville -

*nd atria. matter mi the oe.t-office at Monday.
headed for lower prices, prewar prices
Stsrke. Florida. There were services at both the
or price thereabouts TO BE SICK
t- r--< = "-- "No man no body of men, no association : Baptist and Methodist churches last Lasts one more week ho don't fail to come in and

F.. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner. of interests! working': in collusion I IJ I I Sunday morning and evening by the get;; your share of the bargains.If .
pastors, Rev, E. D. Boyer of the Baptist
or corporation: however gigantic ': -. GOOD ,
J KEEP oL'u BLOOD 1 is: need
Methodist a
I and Rev. Brown, of the you
unnatural and | ,
hold these
ran up I It'Xol'litant COMU'IION ANDO1J THROW
R' ..,,'. Rev Brown came here last week
y Fnrehn Adv I pr e. .
What ]
Henry
r , I' war prices.
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,+ "H'I''IIA''ltl' 1' OFF DISHASKS! Tennessee to fill the
p from vacancy
vision SUIT
his far-reaching
Ford has done in
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/ y other men must do or they cannot cause(] by the resignation of Rev. H. --- ...
i' That ancient busybody William survive." ATTENTION: TO lOl.1t> GOOD C. Taylor. OVERCOAT

4 Jennings Bryan wants Wilson to resign Scores of similar editorial articles II KALI 11NO Miss Nettie Rowe was a visitor to COAT SUIT

'' BO, that Marshall be president have appeared all very optimistic as I Jacksonville Wednesday.Miss *".t'' -
ti for the text.of the term. In that event to an immediate return to prewar prices NKED TO TAKE': CHANCES Florrie Terry of Starke spent COAT

t certain measures, he believes, would and therefore exceedingly misleading WITH I'EPIO-MANGAN: Sunday at the home of her parents HAT
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' %. be brought about while the democrats The public is prune to listen :MAKES RICH RED BLOOD !. Louis Brown, of Waycross, spent

' f t. were yet in power. It Is i exceedingly: with deference to the utterance Sunday at the home of his parents, SHOES

uncertain whether Mr. Marshall; even of any highly successful business man When you first feel a tired, all gone :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown. HOSE .
i if; if he were willing could do anythingin when he speak on financial matters, feeling and look pale your blood is | !Miss\ Bessie Terry of Jacksonville, -. ,
the matter. Such a move would l be and particularly so when he seems to losing in quality. Weak impoverished : spent Sunday at the home of her par SWEATER

v8 'I ,, to stultify the democratic party which be sympathetic with public desires. blood has no power to fight dis- I ents Mr. and !Mrs.\ T. J. Terry. -
is still live issue and will be i Mr. and !Mrs.\ G. W. Stokes returned SKIRT
a very I'Vw people pause' to consider whether case It takes red blood to keep you i
heard from again.: i The suggestion is the business man who acts as economic well. here Saturday from South Florida

4 a cruel stab to one who has done his prophet has studied economics_ If you keep your blood in good condition I where they pent three months with. Or anything that is worn by man woman or (child you

; best according to his ]lights; but if outside the narrow field of his own it will fight off diseliRO. You relatives can find it here and save money. Come in and let us
Mr. Wilson has no other trait in c"Tm- business. Yrt experience should have I Mrs. Ury Gunter and little daughter -
will be such to long
not an easy prey serve you
i, last week
with Mr.! he has that of returned to Jacksonville
mon Bryan taught us all that even the most suc- and expensive sicknesses. With thin T-
', bt'lnlno quitter and any attempt topersuade woefully after spending a few days here with y-
: cesful business men are cften blood t take chance every day.Thl'1'C'1I -
you I
him to resign would be entirely ] ignorant of many economic laws that. You relatives]
need doing
. futile." and data. We have in Mr. Ford's. can take Pepto-Mangan no) and build up I Arthur Sapp left last woelt for time:Miami STEINBERG'SGENERAL
where: he will spend some
statement above quoted t striking example
I rich rd blond. With red 1 blood you
FLORIDA CAN GO RIGHT AHEADIT of such ignorance.: Had he been are able to win in the fight against I with relatives. visitorto
| Mrs. J. W. Barbour was a
with the of general
r x' familiar history : prevailing diseases Try Pepto-Man-
Jacksonville Wednesday.
i I Whatever may have been the sf'll\'flJ price changes he would never have Kan.: It comes in tablet or liquid
? number from Lawtey
Quite a
irge
i
e mcnts of the average inhabitant of made so foolish a statement as "The form. Take either kind, The tablet lastweek.
attended the fair at Lake Butler
Florida during the past politicAl campaign war is over and it is tine war prices bus the same medicinal value as the

a it is easy to note by the tone were over." If this is .rue generalization liquid. But be sure you pot the genuine -,
of the Florida press that the resultof it is as applicable to the great Pepto-Mangan.. Auk for "Gude's" Mrs. James Hannen and daughter '"

the election will not cause a halting I wars of the past as 1.0 the recent and be sure that the name "Gude's" Miss Genevieve, of Jacksonville, were INSURANCEHAROLD

titep anywhere. Florida is on the world war, yet there il not a dingle Pepto-Mangan; is on the package. visitors to Lawtey Sunday. I
t'' crest of a wave of progress and nothing modern instance of a great war that Adv. I Mr. and !Mrs.\ James Goodfellow and
i . can stop her advance. The election ] was followed by a quick! return to pre I children returned to Lawtey last week C. WALL

r over the temporary diversion of war prices. LAWTEY after spending several months in different

, reading or hearing speeches and vote Our civil war enoed i. 1805; with the I parts of theNorth., STARKE FLORIDA
ing will lie displaced by work for the wholesale commodity {Index price at Lawtey Nov. 12. Mr. and Mrs.l I Brownie Bennett, of Highland] was

upbuilding of the state. Florida folks 172 as compared with (6 in 1801; yet Charles. Shepard, of Milliard, spent a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. FIRE LIFE BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
all work together regardless of politics it was not till 1870 that the price index Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I George; II. Beavers was transacting

t or special calling and the result had fallen to the, prewar ]level, James Shepard.A business in Starke the first part of the

IB something to amaze the country. and the /decline had .ben relativelyslow son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. week.

Florida has everything that could be during the preceling 12 years. E. Torode on Nov. 1st. I,) The Lawtey High School took a recess -

l desired except a big population and During the first two yaars following Election day passed very quietly in from Thursday to Monday to give
the unlimited. resources and wonderful the price peak of 18<;i,' the price indeed Lawtey and a large vote was polled. the teachers and scholars an oppor-

attractions of the state arc win fell to 113 or about 25 per cent Quite a number. of the women took tunity to attend the fair at Lake Butter $10,000.00 MAN WANTED

ning new residents every hour. and thereafter dropped very slowly. advantage of the woman's suffrageand .

Election over, the stream of people Suppose some Henry Ford of 1805 voted. '! Miss Eldredge Reddish, of Highland W. want .n exclusive dealer In every county In the 8taU to sell Matthew Foil ,
southward has taken new force and had said what ho has just said, and Mrs. M. A. Torode was a visitor to spent the week-end at her home here. Automatic Light, and Power Plants for country home l In aucecuful u.. for twtntryean. '"

e?' the roadx that lend to Florida will bet people had generally j accepted his Jacksonville the first part of last If you are the port of nan who can intoreat owner of country home fir

lined with people from now until the statement as true,> would there not week. !MOVE TO REORGANIZE more. dairymen and merchant In town* without electric Hvhta in high, grade equip",
spring. These roads have been traveled have been a sorry lotof;: solemn waiters Dr. J. C. Wills of Starke was a THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY want of unquestionable merit w. have a proposition Involving an Invntmrn! of
by a host already but many for the good old 'prices, of 18011 professional visitor to Lawteylon!\ only about 1.000 that will open up for you a permanent profitable builneu ithlth
folks remain at home election year to Yes, a 14-year lot 61 wrathful wait day. will expand automatically year by year. Write OIl for detail*. including. dmcrliitktt

( vote-ami then they come to 1 Florida. ers.-Engineering aii/l_Contracting. J. II. Rhodeh was a visitor to Starke toward Washington reorganization, Nov. 6-Another of the Demo-move of your alee method which Insure the aucecM of Matthew. dealer

The Lakeland which is j Monday.
Telegram one cratic party was made here today THE JOHN: I. BKONSON CO.
I of the most conservative of Florida THE TIUJTH AHOtT-i INCREASEDFREIGHT' !' Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of Jack.
when Seator Harrison of Mississippi
newspapers) feels that we have muchto RATES won villo were visitors at the home of 206 LAURA STREET JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
chairman the bureau during
of speakers -
offer and nothing to worry about -II Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLcod Sunday.Dr. .
the campaign issued statement
I the day after the election. In most E. L. Biggs of !: a
a The people have twrn treated to an Starke was .a calling on his fellow democrats to
optimistic way the Telegram sums up irfinnenne deal of propaganda of late profeslHonal visitor to Lawtey the "bury all differences and forget
the situation and points the way to all tending to show that the increased I I first part of the week. about the past recent campaign.; GOOD CITIZENSHIP

further progress as follows: freight rates granted to the railroads, I Miss Wilma Blanchard was!' a visitorto "The democratic party is not dead"

"Cleanings from the dan, and I amounting in the aggregate to many Jacksonville Wednesday.. he said, "it has only received a temporary
weekly preys reveal a high degreeof hundreds of million of dollars will I L. II. Hill was a business visitor to setback and will make itself n s" utii ',.

prosperity in this state. While when reduced to articles of individual Starke Monday. felt day of session of congress '8 4 ? tf
every every {
there is some speculation to be sure, consumption, be too infinitesimal to I Smiley GrifHs/ and family returned until the next election rolls _' BAN
as there always will be in periods like be charged up to th consumer. For here frorm South Florida Saturday. around. r- '

' the present, there is a vast amount of instance, we are told that the freighton I Mr. Schwartz, of Jacksonville, wasa "Governor Cox made a gallant fight.

' S constructive enterprise in evidence. a single pair of .'10ea from Boston visitor to Lawtey Sunday.C. He impressed the country as measur- 1 ,

Several new industries are being pro to Tampa or a single pound of beef R. Sapp was a business visitorto ing up in the fullest degree to the
jected. Taper) making on more than from Chicago': to Kansas City to this Stnrke the first part of last week important role to which he had been t d

an experimental scuta is being )prepared city will bo) so small us to be entirely Mrs. J. II. Moore left last week for assigned. A grateful party will hold gBgNK ,

fur 1'lana lure on foot to devejpp negligible.) \ It will to too small to be Milton where she will spend a few him in highest esteem for the splendid

y large sugar plantations and construct added to the price. By this specious days a tthe home of her daughter Mrs fight he has made and will continueto

mills and )'('fllll'l'iS'h'mello/ \ for sophistry. the people have been lulled! C. Y. Mayo look him the real leader."
't utilizing the into the )belief D. B. Browning was a business vis. upon as "
waste products of the citrus that the increase in As to party reorganization, Mr. Harrison ? Youpt
>, ), industry have progressed to the freight. : rates will not result in an increase itor to Jacksonville Monday. said: ;'

( point of demonstrated utility. Now in the cost of I living. It is sophistry Mrs I). Howe of Macclenny visited "I believe that there should be a

. processes for preventing the fermentation , pure and simple. It the railroads relatives in Lawtey Monday. change in the organizationof
permanent
" of Florida syrup have been get six hundred millions or a Lawrence Griftls of Jacksonville, the democratic party. I don't mean IWGfefrNC 1
adopted thus insuring the stability of billion dollars as the case may be, was a visitor to Lawtey Monday. by that that Chairman George White :.

one of our most profitable industries. more revenue it is inevitable that Mrs Charlie Strickland and daughter should not be retained as chairman of ... c........... ,,,- ,,.. ,
New land developments and drainage some one must pay for it, and the unfortunate of Starke, were visitors with relatives the national committee. He showed

I projects are too numerous. to excite ('onflumer' is the only one : near Lawtey last week. marked ability in the management: of A bank account; makes a g <)"d citizen. That's a )broad assertion f
comment. They are accepted as a who ''cannot "pass tho buck" to the Miss Dora Clark of Wateroak was the recent campaign which was waged but it i Is universally tru e. '
matter of course, although they mean next in line. : 'I visiting; relatives in Lawtey Thurs- "',
against overwhelming!: odds No one citizen is who is independent self nuipi.rliii t\\,
\.6' an attack upon the swamp area which It may be true for example for a day. A good; one
: 'r 1 could have done better than ho did and who things conductive to the best interest. of the com f
iI will eventually reduce it to a negligible packing company to explain that its Mrs A. M. Blanchard and daugh.The under the circumstances. does
quantity? In every line of agriculture profit on a pound of beef is a fraction' i munit}. The man who has a bank account is independent wIn f
the state shows progress of a cent and, therl'fore. it cannot possibly Quinine That Does Not Affect The Restfir's "He has a very keen insight touching a thrifty, he is able to pay his way and he contribute to the ; ,

" )), More corn, potatoes, peanuts sugarcane bo responsible for the high cost "s, of It* tonic. and laxMfvn! rffroe. LAXA.IVF. when future plans and I am sure that i i general wealth of the communi t)'. His funds arc in circulation., t','"

grass and early vegetables: arcbeing of choice cuts. liy anyone UROMO withoutIn I QUININE rnuslnil: ; (1'ab' ,nprvoumiviui dIM) can or be rlinilnn t"k..n within they are the put democratic in force every willapfH'ove element lie pays taxes and helps to ma ke things go. Likewise a man i

'' produced than ever in its his Or for a fabric company to assert the hfuU. h.W..GKOVtSilinmtureon l lox "jcic'I of them."I party who has money and property i n a community is anxious to w 1
I tory. More hogs cattle and poultry that the indictment for profiteeringagainst the community prosper. Why not open up an account Itl1 u' ,\.
.r 1 arc raised. In fruit production, this it wag quashed by the first want to see every democrat in today? OUR DEPOSITS!'\ ARK INSURED. iG

I state is climbing: upward to the top. court of hearing CARDUI HELPED the country no matter what his views
Not only has it virtually captured tho Or for n transportation company in the past have been or what his

i nation's market for oranges: and grapefruits to assure you that the freight on a course was in the recent campaign LAKE BUTLER BANKState

,. -.t but it has made good progress pair of shoes is only a nickel or so REGAIN STRENGTH brought into line and a militant organization .

I ;ill" in the production of guavas; mangoes, from factory to dealer so you must maintained to fight unitedly County District and City DepositoryLAKE
the reactionary policies the republican ,
.\h and especially, avocadoes. sec that freight: rates cannot affect '"
It is not a time to sit down and the price of shoes. I I party will assuredly attempt to BUTLER FLA. J//

wait, however Telegram; believes, I They fail to mention the fact that Alabama Lady Was Sick For Three inaugurate;
., but a season for everyone to be up the increased rates apply to everything I "The result) of the recent election -"- -- ,
] and doing Only ten per cent of the on the raw materials fAr manufactnre Years,Suffering PaiD,Hen-ou while of coarse discouraging to the '

,t, land is under cultivation and there on the coal that furnishes the and Depressed-Read Her democracy of the nation srould influence Legal Notice

are opportunities for many industries steam on lumber, concrete, steel etc., democrats to stand together
"Our population should be quadrupled for building. or rebuilding, on the woolor Own Story oi Recovery. as never before and work together in The A..Mment Roll for Bradford County. Florida. for the tax Y..r T.192 WOI'h '

K ," declares the editor of the Telegram cotton that the factories use, on a spirit of complete accord and cooperation of\Itvered the Circuit to tie Tax Court Colleetor of maid for County add. Count hew pnpar.d and pursuant and he..bl'to. law 1'ubU.h 1. w. the follu:..s.
fo
l "and it can be done. There is the livestock that goes to the packing ment nowinn. the amount of taxes chanted to the Tax Collector to be mlixtd severe, t trent f'I
no physical reason why our agricultural ] houses and the hides that the tanneries "I have no criticism to make of the year 1B20 and the apportionment of *am In KparaU all column ItaxM, to,the town
which .Id taxes have been levied including pol
statistics should rank convert Into leather for Paint Rock. Ala.-Mrs. C M. St.gan democrats who failed aid the the county to .
4 not with, shoes and to party County *f Bradford. State f Florida-l 2t ,; |II J
those of Iowa and Illinois. We have innumerable other articles that all I M near bar, recently relatadmthe following when the 'going; : .was hard. I wantto Total valuation of, real. etat- .-------- -----....----.----.----..- 110
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Total valuation of railroad _____.___.4-------....___.._________..a_ I.,
, i 7' room for rich rural (communities such add an increment of coat When the interesting account o* her recovery see complete harmony within our Total valuation of tclua-raph .______ ...__________.__.___,..__.... II'
as they have in Kansas;. The picturecan retailer\ receives his invoice of goods I *I was la "weakened con ranks.." Total valuation of pr..onal property ..______..___t.___.__________

be drawn as pleasant as one will he finds that none of these items have dlUon. I ws sick three years In bed 1PINE Total of .valuation.\ for th* tax year 1920 ____.__ -.---.. n,
N,', for the possibilities are almost limit )been neglected or forgotten and he suffering a great deal of pain ,....k. IIILL Total mat tax.. on Nu)!! tax roll .......______._..___ .---..- - t
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', ;+: less.-Times.Union. is obliged in self protection to add Total county taxe on 11)20 tax roll ---- - --
I depressed. I was so weak school diitrm* ,.
nervous Total taxes on 19i0! tax Special tax -------
them to the cost of his Broods. It is Pine Hill, Nov. 12.-Mr. and Mrs Total: taxes on mo tax ::11. Special:: tax chool dlntrlcta I bond.---
ii; FORD'S FALLACY ] not the measly nickel that he must I couldn't walk across the floor; Just J. E. demons and son, Alvin, Mrs. Total poll 1020 tax roll ...._ < ._. __-..-.-._-- F."
hud the -d. iDi.iri; Sever.1County
to lay and my little ones do Apportionment County and 8p. Txa to the
add to the price of a single pair of work.' : I was almost dead. I tried Alice B. Surrency andn Ralph flaxen : to which thy have .been l-.... towitlGeneral
4 Henry Ford! startled the business shot's but the aggregation: of a long attended the fair Friday afternoon. Fund _.__ ._ _. ._.. .. .... -- -" -"
every thing: I heard of, and a number of -- --
Koad and :bridge: I fund ==== :::=:: :::::: : ... .=:::::-
list ------ --- -
of increases Dave Green and -- ---- --
world not so much by announcing it which make a goodly doctors. Btlll 1 didn't get any relief. brother Leslie Fin and Forfeiture Fund .______.._______: ______,
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return to prewar prices for his motorcars sum which the consumer must pay. I couldn't eat and slept poorly. I and Roy and Gracie, entered school at Widow Penaion Fund _._.?...___________._._---
as by the sweeping; statement What the public demands and must I believe. if I hadn't heard of and token Brooker !Monday ieneral school tax __.,__________________________________________
Total Special Tax School Diitrlcta ... ___.____.__....---
I that all prices should be lowered to have, is prompt and efficient service Cardut I would, baye died. I boughtI Miss Mae demons of Macclenny, Total Special Tax School Dlitricta Bond? ____.__.._..-.______ .
the prewar level He nays! the cost dues not so much matter. If I six bottles after a neighbor told me spent the week-end with her parents
what It did for her. Total and Taxes ___ __..
County Tax School DUtrlet
"The war is over and it is time war the increase of rates will make such i mr. and Mrs J. E. demons Total Slat Ta.e* charnud Special to tho Collector ______________--___-_-. ---
prices were over. There is no senseor service possible, the public will gladlypay I "I began to eat and sleep, began to Clyde Ward is shaking; hands with Total Poll Taxea chained to th* Collector ____.,__________.-r_*"---.
wisdom) in maintain them. What do Is pin my strength and am now well friends here this week.
to
trying an we object to
anti strong. I haven't had any troo- Total of all ta". chained to th* Tax Collector. tat tbe year 1V20 -
,y k artificial standard of values. For the the false and lIophh.tll'allt'a! that the | ble since . I sure can testify to the Misses Vera and Rosa Surrencywere Respectfully submittal thi. November 1, A. D. 130 .'
best interests of all it i ill time that a Improvement can be effected without good that Cardul did me. I don't among the many who attended ( W. T. WEEKS.KNIGHT Clerk Circuit v..putl Co.SEAL
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By C. A.
real practical move was made to bring additional cost to the cons'umerThe think there Is a better tonic made she Edwards-Norman wedding at F
the business of the country\ and the Tampa Times. I and I believe It saved my life." M. Norman's Sunday afternoon

'p life of the country down to normal." I For over 40 years, thousand of women Mrs. Myrtle McKinney, of Louise Mr. and Airs. G. W. Hazen and son, star Willie Mae Olliv- ,
Commenting> editorially upon this The ladies of the Methodist church have used Cardut successfully. and Miss Eunice Hazen of Brooker.j Ralph, attended church at New Hope those who attended lh '"

lr't '! " announcement the New York Sun remarks will hold their bazaar Friday afternoon I In the treatment of many womanly spent Sunday at G, W. Hazen's.I I Sunday. : at A. L. Grel"ne'sIon'! ::' 't
r'' :, the 10th of December. All kindsof ailment. I Mrs. J. E. Clemons and daughter Dave Greene and Chester Andreu I Messrs. T. L. Godwin '

And now he (Ford) has given us fancy and useful articles will be on I If you suffer as these women did, i Mae and son, Alvin, were guests; of attended B. Y. p U. at Brooker Sun- son, D. J. O. Greene and W'rl.
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t fresh evidence of his vision as a match sale Come and buy your hand-made take CsrduL It mar help you too. I 1 Mrs. O. .Kensey, of Gainesville, day night. of Willeford, spent the vceahomefolks.

t Jess distributor of the product of his Christmas I>resent.. At all drncKlsta. B (S Saturday. Mrs. F. L. Colson Lester Pinhol- .
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,I the- ; body of the voter to rid themselves : Ptarke were married at the home of of night riding, have been held to l new hog-tight fence, well drained. '!J

': from prohibitive taxes and living f the brMe'i. pan'ntll11': and Mrs W. await the action of the grand; jury. I Write E. E. Stacey, 1163 Lacka- !

expenses! which have held the peo-''' L. Ovcrstrrct. Dr. A. :M. Bennett, ofHhe Seven of the eight confessed! that they wanna Ave., Jacksonville. 11-12-21 II

J I pie in its death grip since 1914. Baptist (church: performed the ceremony had sent warnings to gins and farm' .
Bits of LocalInformation f I I Never in the history of the United s ers. The eighth man denied that he PULLETS WANTED-Will pay cash

I States has any party ever taken upon A number of relatives and friends was implicated. What have ,.you to offer. Let<< me

its shoulders the tremendous burden were invited to be 'present Editors of several papers in Dallas know. Gro. Weimann, Route 1, \
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of responsibilitywhich the republican The bride ha been living there for Tex have received letters threatening Plaike, Fla. ll-12-2t*

party took upon.itself by the ballotI several) months and has made many : tke destruction of their plant

.. .::- ... .._.... ::8 M.I. i I of the people on :November: 2nd. friends. The groom is a well known if their publications fail to support I FOR ,SAIE best kind-10, 1 acre 1." acres strawberryfarm planted.
I T.yr... M .. c._... T_ : There must be, if their promises are young: railroad man, employed by the demands for 40-rent cotton Nightriders .
Good! truck and horse all E.
,| carried out, an entire change in our Seaboard Air Line. Their many are active In Texas! I cheap'* '
Simmons Starke
Fla.
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methods of doing business. The first friend wish them much happiness ,
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-- - -- --- I I of these changes, it is assumed, will during: their life together. They will >

C. C. Johns has moved with his vited to meet nt the home of Mrs C. 'i eome about through the efforts of the be at home to their friends in a fewda'a FOR SALE-Two large young mules i

family to Jacksonville. L. Peek for a bazaar shower. Every.f :: ||republican loaders to rehabilitate the nt Starke.-Plant City Courier, and W o"T.. J. Griffin, Starke, "i
f debased and deflated European Nov. 8th. Fla. 11-12-tf
one requested to bring their sewing. |,I present
Charles Wells, of Dunnellon, was a The 10th of December is the date set currency system If they do thisI .- PENTAWOR1UCOLUMN t.
visitor to Starke Monday I for the bazaar. j I thostf countries will then be able to SOUTHKRN: PLANTERS FACE RICE HULLING have lately put '
{I 'purchase our cotton: and other staple I in y for hulling rico !in tho '!' '

J. H. Ritch was a business visitorto Next Tuesday afternoon at three I j products and pay for it either in ..atj H1G LOSS ON COTTON CROPA I ma'hirt" and ask! the public to .

Jacksonville Wednesday.Louis I o'cloik the Ladies Aid of the Baptist ,j isfactory and negotiable long-time Toll reasonable" work
church will meet at the home of Mrs. I IT. I credits or in cash. This done, the l"enPl'ulllun'I'Y' of the cotton market FRESH::'; COUNTRY EGGS-I want Rand Mill at mnlrr. Ii. R. Brown
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and of the recent and existing them.' Will cash ((10; cents /
at our pay you Brooker '
thousands of rotting 1'la. ll-5-.1t
II. Hill, of LaVl.had business N. Lintbnugh. All members urgedto ships now ,
in Starke Wednesday.' be present so as to help plan for +1 ports for lack of use, will steam across conditions within the cotton Braising per dozen C. S. nurlin 1 Store.
states indicates that not until the 11-6-tf I'
the bazaar, which is to be given on I the ocean again. planter is starved out or the LOST 01 KTKAYKD-One cream # '

Men's and Boys' clothing at 40 per the 17th of December I, With this International question of er of his cotton is compelled) IIur'ha..j' FOR SALE-Good cypress syrup barrels colorrd cow, mniked] smooth crop in
reduction. J. M. Alvarez, Starke. finance out of the there are other both
cent way, ents; 0111ml cow marked crop'
30( to 40 rents a pound for it, holding! 35 gallons, price $4. ,,
Mrs. E. L. Odom grandchildren questions of n domestic nature to be nnd upper Irilf: crop, rror" and under
South be restored its Its wonted calm M..A,1>uke, Dukes, Ha. 10L'93tLOST :
Miss Doris Scott Friday in Cecil! Bitch and Thelma Purvis of St. I solved doors. We must I I half '
spent I at our own The planters insist that Inasmuch, RII! ... crop !Suitable; reward 1 for +
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Lake Butler with Miss Nona Alder Petersburg/ were guests last week at cut living expenses, we must handle their were planted during the -- --- information rornrrrning ube) rows I

man. the home of Mrs. Odom's brother, \\.1 the profiteer with no more delay, inn lays .crops if. high prices for labor, seed and -Fifty dopers in War Saving B. D. Andrews, Rniford. 11-5-4J'*
J. Epperson. On leaving here Cecil word get back to a prewar basis, Stamps Reward for return to L.
fcitiliger, that they should realize at
Dr. Kelley, of Gainesville, was in Ritch went to Colorado Springs, Col., while nt the same time it wil Ibe necessary least SO cents pound. W. Kickliter, Staike. 11-6-21. FOR A 1.1'-1: now Regal washing
Starke Tuesday to visit Supt.!; E. R. to be with his aunt, Mrs. Arthur Itil.lis. to make such adjustments a machine and! wringer, and a number '
without disturbing financial and trade I Cotton growl-rs are bring urged l by of : harrows
Toppell. POR SALE-$ir 0 mare for $75, if ta. plows and other farm
conditions and creating a stagnation state officials to gin their cotton at ken within the next ten days. See Implements II, M. Snyder. Starke,
Col. D. E. Knight was called to Those who have red blood in their in our marketR.I once, but to hold it in warehouses until II. D. Mott, at Consumer's Lumber Fla. 11-5-21.

Ocala on profesisonal business' Tues.ilay veins cannot help feeling "the call of |i'I The tro-ible about the plans of the they ran get;\ 30 cons for it. Many Co. ll-5-lt.!
the wild" when viewing the sporting republicans is that while they are going thousands of bales of cotton and a USED CAR BA RCTINS-7 pa-wn-
1 goods windows of the Consumer's about the business of reducing number of gins and warehouses have ter OKNmoblle 8j; 7 passenger' Jordan
C. C. McCall a naval stores opera- Lumber Co. Guns and all kinds qf taxes: and cutting expenses, they will, i been burned, but in few cases has it LAST-From my home bunch, one both practically new; 4 passenger -
in town Mon. hunting paraphernalia, galore. A been proved that the gins were burn dark brown spotted cow; marked
tor, of Guilford, was without a doubt, remove from the gov. King H; 5 passenger Buick
day. I unique feature is a pair of splendid ernment payrolls thousands and thousands ed by night riders, who had issued crop two Splits on one ear smooth! 4 ; 5 passenger: Moon. All in fine
t / elk's antlers and the skin of a large of worthy employes, both men warnings: to planters arId ginners. crop !in other, branded "M." Liberal shape and real! har IIIr'R.' Florida
> of Starke, bob cat. The South blames the northern reward for information. I). Premier Co. Gainesville
'E. E. Urt y, formerly and women whose services they be- W'j Fla.
Sony of Jacksonville' was in Starke the. 1 lieve might, be dispensed ,with. Al- speculators for the fall in the priceof Moore:, Theressa. 11-b-2t 11-B-St.!; I
the week. Friday someone apparently having cotton. On the other hand prominent -
first ft } ready the reorganization committeesof I
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a grudge/ Against the court house, used the house and senate are preparingto members' of the New York cotton -10,000 little Simpson FOR SALE-About four acres good
Miss Rhoda Bennett and Mrs. Min- his flivver as a "tank" and backedit swing the axe. They will\ r.ot wait exchange' Bay that 20-ccnt cottonis need cane at $1.50 per hundred; less cane for sale in field. Will strip and
toM attended the Bradford County toward that structure.< He succeeded until March fourth to get their plans due entirely to economic causes and quantity $2 per hundred. Henry I.. cut or bank it in field for buyer.
Teachers Association Saturday. in overturning the inoffensive I under way, but are already outlining not to speculations.There Lewis, Brooker, Flit 11-b2t"FOR Farm one mile north of Starke. II.

drinking fountain and in almost them. They claim that because of the l is a definite TTort being madein SALE-No. 1 M. Snyder, at Jones Hardware
Miss Cole, of Little Springs, was in throwing down a portion of the fence tremendous majorities in both house all cotton states to protect the cypress shingles Store. 10-16-tf ,
but the court still does busmesr at .$7.50 per thousand! ; primes, $t ti; per
town Saturday to attend the meetngof and senate, that anything like an planters and the ginners from the as.saulti '
thousand J. Crews I
the county teachers association. the same old stand. equal division of putronapjo which by night riders. Planters have Fla. C. Guilford 101tf., FOR SALE-The under signed 'has

has heretofore existed will be unfairto been terrorized by the warnings of fire 5,000 Napier Grass plants for sale
Messrs. J. ,L. Harrell, Enoch Griffith Our attention has been drawn to the the republicans. Hence, they are and death they have received and lit FOR SALE-Five at $R.OO per hundred. Guarantees

and T. J. Terry, prominent men of fart that "Reader" was not correct going in right now to hog it all. tie cotton is being sold, except whereit Model 18 four passenger tires in Buick, every plant to live if planted as in
Lawtey, were in Starke Tuesday. in his statement in the Telegraph that It is this very hogging process and is absolutely necessary to stave off condition, new I'l'rll''trunninR' structed. Written instructions anjl'uaranl.ee ]
Bargain. E. E.
Starke is without a circulating libraryDr. financial ruin. State officials have offered
swinging of the
patronage axe, together Canovnl : mailed to every buyer C
Prof. H. B. Wiggins! of Hampton, E. T. Campbell's library of 400 with the ousting of thousandsof rewards for the arrest and conviction 10-29-8t. Address Inquiries regarding: same

was the dinner guest of Rev. and Mrs. volumes is at the service of the pub- democrats holding various positions of night riders, but few have CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for to I. N. Cable, Brooklyn, Florida. i
J. C. Diggs Saturday. lic. It comprises the best fiction and throughout: the country, as noon OR been apprehended."Unless I 10-22-tf. ,
prices and ship ties of all
the price for reading book in it your
any
their heads ran be chopped off, that politicians realize that the h
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert H. Smith motored f fs very low. grades to Gress Manufacturing Co..
doubtless will formers entitled their
I may, and prove a veritable are to earn by Jacksonville, Florida. 8b20lyreFOR FOR SA LE--One seven room house,
to Lake Butler to attend ,S-he : boomerang to the republicansin toil a decent living for themselves' and newly celled, new shingle; : roof, out

county fair! Saturday. O. K. Armstrong, the stale secretary I the near future. families there will be new political faces i SALE-Fine Charleston Wakefield buildings ronsist barn, row shed,
for the B. Y. P. U. work in Florida While the people generally earnestly at the table in all agriculturalstates ,
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smoke house ,
and wood sheik One
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines, of Lake to the occasion 1 cabbage plants, $2.50 per, 1,000, ,
spoke fittingly and desire a lower living scale of prices and nationally, said Gov. Par- and one-quarter of land all +
parcel post. Cash with order L. acres
Butler spent Wednesday of last week of his work for the young: in each service they recognize that the proposed kei, of Louisiana. "With the high i
I A. Bennett Route A Lakeland under good fence and In high state
Fla.
with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. conducted in the Baptist church plans of the republicans are radical.It prices of labor, provisions. implementsand 10-22-41 of rultivntlon. Will sell cheap for
Sunday. Especially at the evening : is earnestly to be desired that if costs of cultivation and marketing rush the
terms to suit
Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner is in Hastings preaching hour was Mr. Armstrong 'the Harding administration can do : the crop, 'present prices of cotton FUR RENT Stocey farm, 1 J-2 miles I chaser or See on B. M. Dowling, Starke pur.,

visiting her daughters: Mrs. given an opportunity. At this time any better than one under democraticrule are much lower than the cost! of pro south of Stmke; new house, good: Fla. 10294t. )A (
Roberts and Mrs. Yelvington. the large audience was gratified and that it demonstrates its! abilityto [ duction.

I inspired with the earnest and logical do no, but it in already foreseen' Hire growers in the vicinity of r.
Rev. D. E. Holt will hold services at sermonette with which 'The Marks of that when the leaders in the G. O. P Stuttgart, Ark., in an effort to boost

St. Mark's Episcopal church Sunday, a Christian" were presented begin the gruesome work of chopping I lice prices, have notified the Stundiiid, ,
Nov. 14th, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. off thousands of democrats heads. and Rice Milling Company at Stuttgart, Have
NO!'ICC' TO DEBTORS) ) taking everything to themselves, there that the mill would be burned if it Is I you attended the ,}
Mrs. EV.. Harris and little Peon, .
must be inevitably reaction. At ..
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any operated Letters<< also have! \been received -
Billy, of Dinsmore, spent the weekend I wish to Kay to those who owe me rate, the burdens which the republican by 15 rice farmers of that sec. .
with her parents, Dr. and. Mrs.J. for practice done for them prior to leaders have assumed are without a ,tion threatening destruction of their Clearance
C. Wills. my entry into the army service or parallel]] in White House and legislative property if they sell any more rice Big
since my return to civil life, that I history, and it is with interest to the Standard company.' ,I
Mrs. R. A Weeks and children, who would prefer to settle with you per- that the people, everywhere will follow
have been visiting at the home of Col. sonally, but owing to my removal to their movements. Eight farmers arrested by Sheriff
W. T. Weeks, returned Tuesday to Jacksonville it will be impossible to Plant at HaUlknob, Ark., on charges
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their home iir Brookerl see all of you. I will retain these accounts LEARN: RESTRAINT Sale at
for a short time so that those Gold In History
Mrs. W. H. Barrett and little daughter $ who wish may either remit ,to me direct You -are easily insulted-it require fjfild wee known Iroin, I II" earliest
Stella, returned Monday from or leave a tthe Bank of Starketo but little to stir you up to the fighting MNtorlC tlmoH nii'l ll lilt-litInnet"! In the
Gainesville, where they had been visiting be placed to my credit. At the point, and you are lather proud of it. eleventh terse" Mrs. M E. Edward. proper tune I will place my accountsin You'think it demonstrates that you .f OiH'Mlx." At first It was clili-tly used
the hand of an attorney for collec fear no one. for ornaments., The I null' of I the gold-

Mrs. J. H. Ritch left Wednesday tion. Pay now and save expense. It signifies just the opposite.It smith ID iiii-Qllniifil' In the fourth verso tern er
for Atfunta, where she will visit her DR. ALBERT H. FREEMAN, merely proven that you are not sf the lU'VcntiH'iitliliuiilir of Judges. ,
brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Car- I Room 412, St. James Bldg, Jacksonville big enough to match your tormentor In connection: rtltli t the werluyluK of
lyle Peek. I Fla. It. with your brains instead of your fists. Vets with K..M 1 lt>?r I

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Mrs. L. A. Davis is in Orlando this HOGS PAY IMG MONEYMr. are not your own master. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DaysnrugAiete

week attending the U. C. V. reunion. The last thing the real mind power rffunri money If PA7O OINTMENT' f,ll> ALL KINDS OK IIAItttAlNS STILL )
Mrs. Davis is matron of honor for the Pete Wing, of Hawk Point, Mo., thinks of doing is real fighting.A tncureltahiogItliad: 3I..dingnrPrntruda,5P.a., ;, (
second division U. C. V. made a lot of money out of his hogs.' real man fights: only when thereis IriMantlv::.Miul.loea: : llrven Blttir tb ItUilnil lint I'llim.as.ilcstlM.: and you Prlucdl tmo Mi, KALI: J LASTS ONE MOUK i

He says: "I fed them Dr. LeGear's no alternative, and then he uses his CALL AROUNDtern
Mr. and Mrs. H. Tomlinson, of Lake Hog Prescription. It has given won- brain as well as his muscle and run .
Butler, were here Friday to attend derful results in 'putting: gains on ning. 5WoarsTIoICI L

the funeral of their little granddaughter them with less feed. They were on The man who can laugh at a taunt.

Annie Mae Poppell. heavy feed for only amonth; averaged ing remark is stronger than the man
a gain: of 2 1-2 pounds daily, who wants to fight when anything unfavorable
It. L. Lewis, of Jasper, spent the and were only 7 months, 10 days old, is said to him.
week-end in Starke,. guest of Mr. and when sold.'' The bully looks for fight because it er

Mrs J. C RobinsonJ; and his son, G. Mr. Wing profited by the advice of v seems to be the only way he can assert ICI ICIe
Kirk Lewlili. Dr. LeGear, Graduate Veterinarianand himself or attract attention to
Expert Poultry Breeder of 28 himself I '.

R. A. Andrews, a former Bradford years' standing. It is the only way he can draw e I,
county citizen now living! at Plant Dr. LeGear's Hog Prescription will plaudits from the class he associates! .
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City, was a visitor! to Starke duringthe put weight on your hogs also, becauseit with. ...*\ '# : :: -'--- - --- -- -- i
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and conditions them so that they 'I consider' every caustic remark all 1 lev- I
Rev L. W. Kickliter left Tuesdayfor gain flesh on less feed. vied' at you or consider the criticisms Cash Capital and ;
Orlando where he went as a delegate It makes no difference what ailment of your boss an in insult to your abiV", \1ti Bank Credit
from J. J. Dickison Camp to at- is prevalent among' your stock Jty_Atlanta Georgian; I

tend the United Confederate Veterans or poultry, it is money in your pocket -----.------ :
Reunion. to get the proper Drj! LeGear Rem GOOD STORY ANYWAYA "
edy from your dealer; on a satisfaction I Both can br built up and maintained ready for Use.

No use to wait for clothing to get or money. back offer., story is being told of a republican a In yoong a rural man district who became practiced famous medicine and Every farmer knows that "oo It I offering ---- ---- -
cheap. is already cheap. am I
candidate addressing a gathering' ""U called in consultation in
entire stork of men's and REPUBLICANS: HAVE BIG JOn % many make work easier and accomplish more in given lima
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my of 1'ine.llan county citizens, and, knoWIng \ towns and e'tles' because of Ms mic.C r
boys' clothes at 40 per cent reduction.J. PLANNED FOR NEXT YEARS they were all democrats thought: M. Alvarez, Starke. t.- to embarrassthem.. lie called on the !' WM. Iir. Pierce. who afterward moved equipment, and used constantly !
The task which the republicanshave democrats to stand and : to Bniftlo. N. Y. lie made tip hi* ... .I
Mrs. A. 7.. Adkins Tuesdayand cut out for tftemgelvcs in the up, when none :'mInd to pace some of his medicines I There. I II
spent made the effort/ he insisted that he before the public, and he is a financial side to farming! ,and the farmer needs! I
put
Wednesday in Jacksonville with next four years and the legislativeslate only wanted to ask a democrat a civil what' he called his Tavonu I're-up I J both. a_cash raoital and bank crrdit,-both filfa in well wild 1 ;
her sister Mrs Jack Briggs! and whilein which they have prepared In -
: : question and was sorry to nee there Mriplion," and plurad' it with the M
the city went to hear the noted Bil both house and senate is simply stu was not one in the room. drap-Ridta in every stale in the Union. the farming that} pays. In fad, the successful farmer i.

ly Sunday preach pendous. It is beyqpd comprehension.The At this an old farmer arose and tor fitly" yeart Dr. 1'ierco's, Favorite always the one with some working capital m' the form of I
republican went before the people said that he Prescription haa Bold more largely
wan a democrat. I cash and bank credit his
at command. I Ile-fe
throughout tbn United States than you can
Miss Eva Williams, of Hampton, not alone on the league of nations "Why "
and Miss Grace Fogg:, of TSrooker. attended itfsup, but on a solemn promine-torecfuce the speaker.are you a democrat? asked It's any other the testimony medicine of of like thousands, character.of I build a rash capital' and cu"iuteLank credit, ,I

the teachers association Sat / taxes, cut living expenses jail "Well," said the farmer, "my father women that It hag benefited! or en- I I I II
urday, and while in town were guests the profiteers, rehabilitate our business and grandfather were democrats." tirely eradicate such distressing ailments 1
of Miss Olive Ray.COJlgrullman Industry and far greater than "Yes" Maid the speaker, "and if as women are prone to. It ia I
all re-establish the now deflated mon your father and grandfather had now sold by druggist; in tablet form t
Frank Clark, Washington etary system' of the- European countries I horse. thieves what would you fcc been?" M well as liquid. Bank of Starve : ,rI

has for free distribution a which felt the brunt of the war. "Well," said the farmer "guess I'd Zs.iai.tn, GA.advise all women I
quantity of vegetable and flower seed "The result of the election, since be a republican."-deal-water Sun who suffer from feminine", trouble to try I I
t of which he will send to those who apply the clouds have passed away, were .. _. ____n__ Dr. 1'icrce'a Favorite 1'rcnoription. I : TV Bank of Helpful Service. I a
for them, as long as they last. not a repudiation of the democratic Dt'HO'SKOVEIl.STRRKTSunday : shall never forget the n. s. MATTHEWS I Pr .. CEO. c. WHITE Cashier,
party, nor was it entirely a lack of for me. I 1IfOI l tike another woman now. I I ,
)I May tied 1 bless 1 Dr. Tierce, and tun valuable : !
This afternoon at three o'clock, the sympathy for the league of rations afternoon Miss Carrie Over- '
mudlclDMlilt.: ,1< LOll a ., 0 : I
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ladies of the church In. I issue. It '
Methodist determined effort/
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I EFFECT OF SPECULATION AND I price. the price of virgin wool. There is ': which cost twenty cents to raiMj- with other farm organizations a committee trade wag a war emergency m esuro I
TRUST CONTROL ON THE PRICE Peanuts money in keeping down the price of'' und thousands were bankrupt. went to Washington City and But the historical fact IB that th pro) '
; \ e S Of FARM I'RODUCAS DC HEAD I It takes millions to handle the big wool till it II bought up, then finance I I The tobacco growers were told that had council with the Federal Reserve vision was not enacted till aft r tIt!
i** international deals of which we peak. the -upply) to the mills of Europe the cause of the low price of tobacco' Board Committee selected for the conference armistice and represented a ??
and load the low rate of foreign exchange. with other national officers, of the of the "
By W. A. McRjie, Commissioner of'' The international, combination of manipulators which must have indulgence, was purpose corporation
( Agriculture) buys Up thousands, of tons the profits> \ \ and expense on the price I Approximately ninety 'per cent of the'' with a view of securing a ruling to the Sir Charles Macara, ex-pre last or
1 f' .f oriental peanuts, grown by labor for the consumer to )pay A dirty burley tobacco is manufactured and effect that Federal Reserve Notes the International Cotton Spinm Asocial .
That here are gigantic combinations that is paid from eight to sixteen shame, but it is permitud. : consumed within the United States. would be issued to member banks to ion, one of the foremost tea
in position to control the pi ires of the : cents a day, and unloads them on The wool growers, in common with As to the dark totiucco it was bringing loan on cotton properly warehoused manufacturers of England, is ,, o*J<
'* products of the world, can no longer; America at a smaller cost in ocean other producers of non-perishable staple -I$4 I a hundred<< loss\ than it did during and insured, and this committee was by the Wha>'lcy-Easton Senic. iirr i "
e be doubted. 1 freight than the rail freight, for a raw products, looked with much I the war when exports were cut off. turned down. don) as Baying: 'There is a world
The much vaunted law of supply and haul of two hundred miles, thus driving hope\ on the Federal Reserve System 1 All of which flagrantly illustrates The Federal Reserve Board had en. scarcity of cotton goods, and th-" it
demand has only a remote bearing on I down the price of'peanuts in this to furnish the financial sinews for the, how beautifully the so-called law of tered actively upon the pokey of deflating not sufficient machinery in exhUna I
cbmnurcial values today. The quantity I country. Presto change.' Contracts storing and holding of the wool till supply and demand operates in frontof currency and credits in orderto to overtake the shortage for t.. ..IM0,
of lin article in existence balanced ,, are made for the output of the the speculative depression was relieved a trust steam roller. lower prices. Prices were tumbling come."
aifuinft the demand for it should i' factories and the price named peanut.j I but disappointment awaited Cotton (a demonstration of the quanti- The government is spending mil.]
r dctermino the price, but it does not. I I consumers. Nothing like it, them and all growers of farm prod- Nothing that farmers raise is more tivp theory of money) and there was lions of dollars instructing: and .
fn.coul'aging
\Vhcn artificial manipulation, com I >tt. ucts.The buffeted by peculation that cotton. no disposition on the part of the boardor farmers to produce moi*. p
mercial or financial J legerdemain; dictates I The prices of vegetable oils were production of wool has declined The credit system of raising cotton the secretary of the treasury to Agricultural; colleges and farm papas *
terms of life or death to industry held up in the face of declining pea- during recent years, imports and total instituted just after the civil war has stem the tide for cotton or anything are doing all they can to help farnu.., lo''
_I,.: when the red flag of speculation nuts. The importation of oriental oils consumption have increased, and the held sway over the cotton belt to a else. As reported in the press the to be efficient in production. And Yet .1
defiantly over price paid to the producer has contin- other governor of the Federal Reserve organized farmers
waves triumphantly and in 1W18-19, in excess of imports, wa greater extent than over any are earnestly urr.'
';i the banners of commerce and the greater' by 21,143,179 pounds than it ued to decline. part of the country. Such a large percent Board told the committee of farmers: ing reduction in acreage in "-otto,n,, I?
t' a flags of nations, it is time to look into was for 191920.It Only four per cent of the 1914 Canadian is still grown >by farmers who "Your conference here has resulted wheat, peanuts and tobacco because
\ the cause and find a remedy. This' is also a fact' that the domestic wool crop was sold through co- I cannot finance themselves that it forces only in your: retelling what we already this season's crops are selling 'aeu, bu
\ new autocrat of values the plumed cotton need oil production for 1918-19 operative associations, but forty percent the seller to crowd the market every knew. The note issue is now nearly the cost of production! tar

knight: of commercial brigandage, pa. was 100,841,411 pounds more than for of the 1918 crop was marketedby I, fall, when cotton raisers have the $1,000,000,000 more than a year ago. Everyone off the farm crying 'pro, fee
' rading under the livery of respectability 191920. Yet on August 1, 1919, the co-cjj>nalive associations About notes to fall due. and charges that deflation is responsible duce more" and those on the farm .3Its.
needs dethroning as much as any highest prire on oils and fats preva) forty percent of the wool productionof When the Federal Reserve Act was for the situation confronting" pro- crying "cut down production1Ja! > | .
royal despot ruling with a rod of iron. ed. One year later the price was <62! the United States is being!: marketed being constructed there was a hard ducers is without foundation. an anomaly! sufta
The unrest and dissatisfaction resulting lower. sm..lIpr by co-operative associations. If fight made on the question of whether The governor of the board did not This scramble is
1-2 per cent There was a ; incubating
of the trouble! Fri
tell what the character security -
conditions
was
from present are : consumption of oils and fats! for they could finance the crop to woolen or not non-perishable farm productswere faster than all the bolshevic
fruitful of much of the radical behind these notes. He did not prop
sources it would the the
mills give
grower be security for
1920) than for 1919. to accepted as panda put forth in America. fled
"isms" that beset civilization and i There is a net increase of importation vantage ground to fight speculation. loans from member banks. Cotton say that the securities were not farm literature bears fruit only where cal] e

threaten its very life. I of raw peanuts of above 100,000000 ,- No other sure route is open. It would among other 'products, won out and products but mostly bonds, or indus is a sense of injustice goading then the"
Under the domination of deep-laid i pounds, and the domestic production take $50,000,000, of credits to do this was specifically :mentioned as accept trial securities. people to desperation. rtat rta
combinations the law of supply, and l Is estimated at 1,160,700,000 of service. able collateral when properly stored In a letter to the Manufacturers RemedyI
demand Is abrogated competition is pounds!!!, so that the amount of excess Tobacco arid insured. The farmers had a right; Record, of Sept. 30, Mr. E. H. Prin-
outlawed, co-operation is strangled, imports is hardly 6 1-2 per cent of the Back in the days of night riding. ; in to believe that they had won a great gle, Jr., vice president of the Bank of haven't time or space here to di*. t'
free markets are assassinated, equity total. To take care of this there l ia an the tobacco districts of Kentucky the victory as they could finance themselves Charleston, S. C., commenting on the cuss remedies. It is suicidal to permitan ret
" is bludgeoned, and justice is crucified. increased demand in the confectioneries tobacco trusts had divided the tobacco through the fall and winter if ruling of the Federal Reserve Board annual sacrifice of crops on the< I
Governments are used to raid markets and kindred lines. The increased sections into districts bounded by necessary and not be forced to over said: auction black of necessity. Multiplicity -

manipulate commodities and dragnets amount which will! be fed to the hogs county lines, state lines and roads. No sell the market and depress) the price "The board made a ruling that the of be'proprietorship in staple crop 'Uto
must by
1' untold millions. I will eliminate all excess!' agent!: would buy outside his special and force dealers to carry the load. paper of cotton factors was prima fa- overcome' concentrated.
salesmanship. Concentrated
Some Instancon-Sugar Wool territory. Competition was eliminated It is of no benefit to the ultimate cie ineligible; for rediscount at the would halt civilization ownership

Gambling for wealth, instead 011 I In the spring of 1920 the price of and the farmers were systematical' consumer that the farmers sell their Federal Reserve Banks, and that it distribution must be, but cooperative .
producing" it has become a mania with wool dropped to money-losing figures; ly robbed. The organization of the cotton at a depressed price, brought could only be eligible where it was or concentration of accomplished 00B
i those imbued with the speculative at a time when woolen mills were de. Ixibaccd growers, and contracting tobacco about by overfeeding the market. The I shown that in effect it represented a ]continue and augment till ownershipwil broken
spirit. The rise and fall in the priceof daring unheard of dividends. Why crops for years to the association spinners must have their time to pre'pare definite commercial transaction and I commandments again bring retribi.
sugar is a case in point. Profiteers The same old story of market manipu put prices up. And the farmers the raw cotton for the mills. not an advance of money, and further

f kept a propaganda going to the effect lation. Woolen mills were prospering, went to sleep! )( Someone had to perform the carrying: that a factor's: draft with 8 cotton tion'C. .
that there was a sugar!: famine, and even being; 'prosecuted for profiteering The War came on and prices stayed function during this period. The cost warehouse receipt attached was not ofer
held back the !supply to prove it, un. yet the wool growers were raided. by up and went higher. of this carrying is charged into the eligible for acceptance by a member Cold. Cause drip and Influenza
til prices went skyward. The govern; '' organized profiteers. The year 1919 saw prices "readjusting price to the consumer. So that if the bank of the Federal Reserve System LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove tbiUUM. for
ment was importuned to purchase aI j: Growers of wool are being offered themselves" and tobacco went be. farmer did the carrying and chargedthe unless it was shown that the cotton in .. ,The... I* only ODe "Bromo Qulnlu'" ll.
I supply that was to be had in Cuba and from 20 to 30 rents a pound and are low the cost of production, as it was expense in the price it would be question was actually owned outright C.W (CRO'/""'a .'....'n.. on lox :>\411;. inCa

sell it at cost to break the trust but being toM that really there is no mar. the year of the highest cost 'productionin the same to the consumer. by 'the factor and was NOT simply -
the answer was that there was no ket for it that there are floored now the history of the country.In The 1920 crop was raised on the pledged!: to him to secure an advanceto USE "DIAMOND DYESI "
peace time authority to do so. in the warehouses of the world 4,000- the mean time, since night-riding!: ; highest cost of production ever recorded the farmer." hid
After a few millions had been made 000,000 pounds of virgin wool.: days, the tobacco trust had been dissolved unless it was during the civil There you have it. By all means it d
by the profiteer this very thing was i i If this be true why have woolen leaving the "Big Four" in its war. It was not the cost of raising must be understood that the farmer Dy right! Don't rink taa
f done, without any new law to author. goods: been so high ? "Cost of labor" place. Soon after the opening of the but the scarcity that put up the price must not get any benefits out of this teriaL Each" package contains of "))*
ize it, and prices began!: to tumble. It is the reply, which Is made to cover a 1919 market something happened be- then. When the price for the 1920 system. Is anything more calculatedto mond Dye, that diiw
' i'' wile up to the manipulators to hunt multitude of sins. The people of the hind the dcreen. In the main tobacco crop began to tumble there was more rouse" the righteous!: wrath and supreme tlons womancan simple' diamond.dye any i gvi
cover and they proceeded to unload world need the things: that could be belts no two buyers would be interested need for cotton and more facilities for indignation; of the American t new, rich fadeless color int it1
several millions of loss on dealer made from wool but have been prevented in the same grades at the same its distribution than had existed for farmer than such a cold deal as this? old garments, drapcnc. COT.
11ft
The big sellers had information that by prohibitive prices. Hundred time. So there was only one buyer the previous two years when the war A speculator might; get by with his vrincR, everything, wlietliei!
tt"r" there was an adequate supply to sup. la of tons of raps are being ship for a grade at a place at one time. In was in full blast. And yet the price cotton but no farmer need. apply. I wool silk, linen, cotton DI r o..
ply a reasonable amount per capita to 'ped from Europe to America to mix : smaller markets only one buyer operated kept declining from the beginning of I The government was asked to put mixed poods."Diamond a'o
the entire country when they were with wool and make "shoddy" for lie bought all grades but had the year till the bulk of the crop was ,into operation the War Finance Corporation Buy kind-then Dyes"nother perfect reoulti I nl
malting contracts with dealers, thru Americans! And think' of the pricewe no opposition. These buyers would picked. The situation was serious, but the secretary of the are guaranteed! e\cn i il l I e
the claim that an immense shortage have been 'paying for worked-over 'change districts by the week. Under and inspired by the condition and the treasury replied that the authorizationof you have never dyed before
existed and that probably it would be rags from Antwerp or Constantinople these tactics dark tobacco of Kentucky outlook the American Cotton Association I the corporation to use a billion dollars IlniKgiHt! ha "Dianioiiil. iHn T
impossible wcuro a supply at any I These rags help to keep down sold as low as six cents a pound was organized. In common for the assistance of the export Color: Card"- 10 rub colon' rr
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performance of its first duty the 250 floods, fires, tornadoes and other rld

American Red Cross, through its millions unavoidable disasters and directedthe
She
Faith With Y .
Keeps expenditure of approximately
of workers, furnished 387,000000 ,- ou-- work. v.F
surgical dressings and garments $13,000,000 in this!' emergency

4 to the hospitals! and camps during the Puring the year ending June 20, l
great World War. 1920, to more than 30,000 unfortunates p


t:'"' 1, ,') million number It furnished fighting of civilian aid men! and sufferers and comfort to twice and to refu that five Will YOU Keep Faith With Her? ciently the ter Red duties, in gave Cross 150, the automatically,stricken living relief up needed.communities to and its char-effi-, lea t


,; If gees. The exact number of these refugees Since the close of the war, the Red
: will never be known. In France 5
Cross, in cooperation with the War
,I alone they numbered 2,900,000. Quietly Qit effectively, the Greatest Mother in the In accidents the Greatest Mother in the World-your Department, has furnished to 58,188

\s. ., Today the Red Cross is serving the World is toiling and drudging for you and yours RED CROSS-is keeping faith with you ; keeping faith families of fighting men, who laid

} 17,000 men and officers of the United She ban not forgotten the crippled, blinded remnot only in your own country;--aye, in your own vicinity down their lives abroad, photographsof

States Army in Germany. nants of the war in Army and Navy Hospitals. To thebut also in devastated foreign lands. the graves of their dead. t

n From July, 1917, to May 1, 1920 victims of disaster in war she still brings blessed relief. Will you keep faith with her? The good she has * (

$279,000,000 was spent by Americans She does iqore. She takes to her arms the victims done in the past has been possible entirely through the In the foregoing paragraphs owe

h through the Red Cross in bringingthis of disaster in peace, the victims of floods fires tornahelp of your membership. Will you continue to sustain have outlined what the Red Cross has 1'1

j aid to those who were fighting does and other catastrophes.' Over 30.000 such unfortunates her as she continues to sustain you?_ Then join the Red done, and is doing, in Europe and the '
and suffering in foreign lands. United States. But this great organ-
were shielded and sheltered by her this year. Cross or renew your membership. Send your application -
During the same period, aid furnished In presenting disease through education in saving on the enrollment blank below to your Red Cross ization has been at work in our own r'
county quietly it is true but nevertheless t
the men of our Army and Uses through careful nursing and by teaching first aid Chapter. ,
Navy remaining in the United States doing a great work in rendering ] t

and the families of aid to the Bradford county boys r
fighting
men, entailed -
an expenditure of $92,000,000.The These people believe in the Red Cross, and have already paid their who returned wounded or sick from k
the World War. Since September.
families of more than 800,000 I
soldiers! and sailors were added dollar for 1921 membership. 1919, many of these boys have been .

When the armistice was signed, assisted by the Bradford County i
Mr,. A. 2. Adklni I'aut E. Canova M.., J E FulGb J. F. Kt.kll\c E. L Mldll1.ton J T. Quigley' Mn., F. F StumHIM I Chapter in getting their allowancesor i
there 92,730: !) in American : Mr.. J. 'r. QulirleyMlna rtta: TUon
men Mlddl.ton
were .. Mr. N. O.
MI All. Aiiln\ [I !I' Cariionter n A. G..din.r 1. w. Ktckllur .. ,
Army and Navy hospitals who needed A. L. AlvarvaFrrol A S Crrwm 111.., <1. A. Gardiner E. J. Kina I" E. Miner Amelia RayMlM 14.. J.John TrubyJ. T. TolerJ. back pay from the government. I
Alvar A. M, Harby Adam Green W. S. Kinzer Mr.. J. 14 Mitchell Olive, RayMm. Those who were in need of hospitalor I
KlchardH M. TrubyF.
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C.
Jrr and received Red Cross service J. M. Alvarc .1.I M. Parity F'I"l'd' Green l'Iiln"' Kite J. M Mltcb.1I 11
\ F. L Turner
W AnI".on K. M Iavl 0 J. Grlftl" C A. Knight r L I'eool C. Retch surgical treatment were sent where
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Mn F I. TurnerMn
On July 1, 1920, there were still A. M. AmlrvuMm J K Ilavla Mr.. O. J. GrUrln n. F. Knight Vrnnees Mrs C. L.Lee Perk l'lek J H J RltehMn H Hitch N 1>. VtalnrlnhtW they could secure the best care. Right
J Griffin H E Lagergnn
A. W AndrnnnI I. A DavllMr. T.
I 20,414 men in the Army, Navy and !. A. AmhnonA .. I.. A. fiavlaMlM w U Harvard Mn. II K Lagerrleli. J L. reek N T., RltehMm Harold. M. C.Walnwrlirht Wall ; now in the University of Florida dozens
Public Health hospitals in the United M. Andrew Ruby. Pavla M. W B. Harvard Rev n. D Law Mn. J. L Peek N. T. Bitch
I..vlton Julian L. Peek Jr. J. C. Robinson W. If Wall of these edu-
.1 W. Andrvwi. Jr. W E. DavliMm E. W. Hayes Miee Roec boys are getting an
States receiving Red Cross ministrations. (1 W Knbuli-n W. E Dmvli F'. P. Num,.. U Kirk I.e"i'" loulse Perk Mn. J C Robln.onHam R A. WeeksW I I thefuture.
RnaenbenrWiley Mn R. A. Week.W. "aU on and fitting themselves for
I.Imbauorh 1'1 L. Perk
W. Hi.iFd.-n W 1 DrawW. N. n. Hull T N.
i Former service men ministered -, W. A. H ..-nt, Jr.. M. ItoM n 1'1 Inm.n 1'1.... T. N. Llmbau.h M.... S. 1. Pak Robinson T Weeka The Red Cross, thru the Brad-
MlM MulH'l
to by Red Cross workers in U. S. K I.. niKKH > Rev J. C WIB.II Mm G. M. Inman Miea Kate Livingston Sinelalr L. Peek. Jr F B. ShlpmanMn. : W.llerCteonre
: Whit
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: U BowerMareuii M l howling p C. Jones Mr. F H long County Chapter, has ,
Health numbered Mr.. K. K. J..rlman Mn J. J. Smith Mn Rr tdn Wllto
Public hospitals Brown Albert' Duboaa N. Jones J A. J. McKtnney I
J H Bryan I. H. Faitman Will Junes It Met..n. Mm. F.mll" Phlllpe H M. SnydrrMn J, E. WllnonMn. and is still "on the job. Ask any of
53000. Over 1,000 Red Cross nurses .. .. MeMm.n L. C Powell h M. Snyder J. E. Wllaon I
M. Alma
M. John
) H A llryan C R. F.ney : these boys what the Red Cross has
were provided for this service last Miss Brvrrly. CadyMr. M.... C. R Enavy M.... F. M. Job. 1'11. Man 1.. 0 Powell N. Sternberg Lacy J Wynn : 1 1to
.. f B Catty W J FpiwnionMm J J. Joh. H. O. M..n Mrs L. O. Powell H.. L. 8teven.onW. 1-nu.Um WynnW done and is doing for them. Ask them 1I
year. O. C. Cadyt. W. J. Mno M L John F. tI. Matth. W. C. Powell O. StrlnHf.llow. E Yarborough I
EI'IM'I'OOD J. C. Yoat I if the Red Cross ceased their work
,
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the Red
Through the assistance of -
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Cross virtually every man in the service II that
I why it is still necessary
of the United States who was

4 ;I tr blinded, or partially blinded in service To these the Red'' Cross extends its thanksYou i, you ization.do your part by this great organ

i has received or is receiving treatment \
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Cross Institute for the Blind at'Haiti- cannot afford to miss this opportunity of helping ENROLLMENT BLANK
more, as will enable him to become independent THE AMERICAN RED CROSS

to the greatest possible de : carry on the work of the greatest organization of its kind in BRADFORD COUNTY CHAPTER

gree. fee I Branch ________......______.____________
a Your membership helps carryon the world. Pin your dollar to the coupon in the corner and-.,
In to for membersto
I this work for our wounded, sick response your appeal
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and blinded soldiers. carry on the humanitarian work of the
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s' I Ever since demobilization began, j today.BRADFORD Red Cross, I enclose my membership fee of

' I the Red Cross, through its Home Service :$1 and desire to be enrolled a member for

Department, has continued inconstant 1921
AMERICAN RED CROSS
COUNTY CHAPTER
touch with returning sol- Name _____._______________,____________
diers and 800,000 of their families,

who have acquirer the habit of looking STARKE, FLORIDA Address _______________________________
to the Red Cross for the service ., ..
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.- BRADFORD COUNTY TELKGRArS.: T.iRKE.. FLORIDA PACK THREE
12 1920.
IO,4Y, NOVEMBER! _

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lips for protection from Crawley., The

Paaphs.:1': latter then left the hotel, returninglate FARMER BROWNMr.

News of Florida in Short Sunday evening and demanding to

nee his wife. Phillips ordered him out WRIGLEYS
nnvtrt+rtfrrtrrtfl'
ttrnnnn
rttetrrrw Oleson goes over to Bee the
of the place, whereupon Crawley drew
i his gun and fired! at the hotel man.The hoss trader.
: Live State News shooting occurred in a room at he hotel Howdy fctranger.Buying hospes Got a nice placeto

i A number of men who heard the camp.
..._______.M -- --A.A-----------&A shot. rushed. into the hotel and found Some times. Buy, trade, cell; anything

Told by Our Exchanges. i I Crawley standing at the door of the i to make an honest dollar.

-- -- -------u-- -- room with Phillips Inside. As they Yes, I tink so. Live!' around here? The children love
-- -
-
-- -:=. = -.i cattle up Crawley turned the pistol No, just going through the country. j I a

seaplane service, mail and ly rivalry hat been created in the different I against his own head and fired. He Want to sell that boas or trade him?

ly was inaugurated between communities by the advent of ; died almost instantly. Search of the No, that colt's going to make a Wriilev.s-and it's

Hirer, and Havana. Cuba when the community agricultural fair. The dead man' clothing revealed a note running! boss, 1 tink. You just ought I

West hydroplanes, carrying a full community fairs have been brought which indicated that he had intendedto to see him run. Out in the pasture good for them. '

list of twelve persona and about by the energy of the county commit suicide. The note referredto with a big bunch of bosses he ket'llsthem

riper amount of mail left at onek. agent and fairs have been held in nine the trouble he had had with his running! so much we have to
se different communities. wife, and directed that $5 which he put him in the barn to let the other

had in his ,possession and some other colts have a chance to eat. lie drives t
Made under conditions of
are being made by the money due hint for work, with other them all up to the end of the pasture,
'The
partitions to erect Pensacola Shipbuilding Com- I property which he owned, be turned! then starts them off on a run, biting
Region owners absolute cleanliness and
Lake
d i pany has been awarded repair work
printing shop over to his sister. and kicking them to get tbt"11to run
My the largest that will aggregate 1,000,000 In rebuilding - o fast but he always head
,
comes out
outside of ther
ng in the etate, three steamers that brought to them in Wrigley'ssealed
cities It is to be 33 by 133 w't'ebadly INDUSTRIAL NOTES first. Don't seem to want" to beatthem
with damaged by fire at Galveston but just a little. Then he runs
and equipped sanitary package.
> front ,
story several weeks One of these _
odern, convenience It is con ago. vessels The auto truck is slowly but surely them back just the same way
is the Iron Mountain, built at I
taking the of the mule team for Why don't train him to runt
d to be ready for occupancy onII" these yards and she will be partly re ; place you Yie
)' 1st.largest. built. The shipyard has been employing heavy hauling. The truck will be followed Pot's just what I'm doing. We'verun
by better roads and him with around here
stronger everything
only about two hundred men Satisfies the craving for
, f bridges. and it's just the in the
and most impressive u- same as pas-
for
the past two months, but force.
services -ever held in Bartow will be greatly increased to handle cure, only he don't kick and bit*. Just sweets. aids digestion.sweet( '

those! held Tuesray afternoon ov. this big contract. More workmen have been added to loves to run. Never found a boss like \ y

p body of Major General E. M'I -.... Quigley Broom Company's force. lini. He always comes out head first. ens breath allays thirst and c '
for the six years previous to More machinery cannot( be added for lon't make any difference how many

. ranking officer of the ConfedeThe ; What ii considered a most unusual lack of room. This concern will soon here is, he won't run off and leave helps keep teeth clean. .

religious services were held course of nature and one that furnish have to enlarge its quarters. the bunch. Just bound to come out 4

, family home on Broadway and es a problem to local surgical practitioners lead first; that makes him satisfied.

thousands. is the case of Jeff Hires, a We've got a hose here. We'll match
attended by Every carpenter in town is as busyas
negro forty-two years of age who died can be, all being employed by the you for $25 for a 40 rod dash. Costs little benefits much. T,4

,-elopment work- at St. Peters- at his home at Seflfner as a result of Consumer's Lumber Company. This $25 don't ,pay for the time. Can't I

beach, recently acquired fromi. an accident sustained when he was company finds it hard to keep up with you make it more? :
caught; in the flywheel of an engineat Still 5C
i. McAdoo by the Internationaly Its many orders for building and repair Say $50.Let's .
has already beend. the Tampa Steam Laundry on Oct. see hoss. Dot's
Association, work on account of the scarcityof your good I
' Work has begun on a sixty 25, which broke his neck and almost men in the building trades. looking hoss. Why do you keep that EverywhereTHE

hotel, which has been leased for entirely severed his spinal cord. The blanket on him this hot day?

,od of four years, with the privif thing which Is marveled at by Burgeons During the recent) rainy weather Just to' keep him warm. .

> renewal for three years longs who attempted to perform an when the and ponds were full I don't have any blanket for my FLAVOR -
swamps
operation upon the negro, is the fact haMs 'I
Do you run him with it fin all
of water, Griffin & Johns were hard
that he survived seven days after the the time hons LASTS
My would be afraidof .
put getting blocks for their
cypress
accident, which is considered most uncommon -
that and off the
hundred and forty-five quarts shingle mill. But cypress timber is run road.
. of bottled in bond whiskey in such a case. now accessible and they lose no time No; we take it off when he tuns. e l ,

seized in Tampa by prohibi-i retting out all the blocks possible. I tink my hoes good as yours. Yes, '

nforcement officers in a raid on I Announcement of a reduction in Their shingles are extra fine and 1 tink he comes out head first. I tink ,- t'2

isak1 hotel a Latin hostelry at wages to common labor of approximately readily sell at the top price. 110 about $100. Want to try him next (
1 avenue. the stuff was the high 25 per cent and other labor Saturday

article. It was found cached bea proportionately, effective last Mondaywas Yes, I'll match you for $100. _
AH our produce shippers are busy
stairway, a trap door of made by the Georgia-Florida Saw Vel, you meet me next Saturdayat
lifted of rath- Mill Association, following a meeting sending away potatoes, cane, pecans,
by a
means
i was the colored school house and I'llput GLEYShYi
etc. Messrs. C. S. Dur ,
,
of string. which was held at Tampa and attend. persimmons
locent looking piece
the
T. Williams > up $100 and you put up your
ling N. B. Hull, S. J. M.
ed by about twenty-five prominent $100. Then we make mark with limo
have orders r:1
Truby E. M. Thomas for
The mill claim that f,
> Plant City Courier is predict- operators. men where
all the we start, then measure off 40 ,t eweVkkFEC1bUI
to them.
brought
he largest strawberry crop in under the present prices which they produce rods '
Thh large consignment of bar and mark the other line, so the (i
syrup
il l years for that section. Plant are getting for lumber, they cannot rels and arriving daily betoken losses can tell when they get there.
md vicinity raised a lot of fines afford to pay labor the high; wages; that cans Uy hose do cross the line head first at
last and more the year which previously have been paid. The an enormous quantity of syrup
year will be made this least then the $100 is mine. He won'trun
'. The prices were fine and the change; will affect principally concerns season off and leave your hoes He just 1

rs made a lot of money. Thisn handling dimension stuff. hound to get there honed first und 4 :
youan't
The Starke Lath Co. with their im- A-153
the increasing the i
, growers are whip him any faster. Dot's all .
ire and expect to have fine bern Gilbert Leach, of Lecsburg, one of proved machinery, now turn out upward he wants.

the market early. the factors in the big company which of 12,000 laths per day. The f
That's all right lie won't have
Is erecting a paper pulp mill at Lees- lath are mostly cut from straight- I

. fall cabbage crop in Plant City burg, announced that a pulp mill will grained cypress and cell as fust as time leave to eat hows.any 'grass or run ofT and

ory will be only about onehalfge be started and operated at Fort Myers made From seven to ten men are my See you Saturday.Now .

- as last year. The acreage; in and that the work on erecting the kept busy and a gasoline and a steam see here. Your boy mUlm'tfltrike Kill That Cold With
hose the head '
my over or scare
is half as much more than last plant will be started within a few engine are required to furnish power.
n and there has also been an in- weeks. The mill will make print pulp A good many broom' handles are him lie don't run very much and

't. in the acreage of beets, turnips from sawgras Ho also announced also made. This company takes good; might woods get scared and run off in the 1L j..
and kill himself He don'tknow +
iome other truck. Cabbage has that a similar plant will be erected at care to have an 'ample supply of cypress -
selling; at a low price recentlyhe Moore Haven. The Leesburg plant logs on hand at all times. any other way to run. He learned -
himself
and just bound to his
growers are not disposed to may be in operation in time to begin; get
head out first. That's all he wants.
more than is demanded. shipping the paper pulp to a Northernpaper Starke's cross-tie industry, always Where can I get some harness and CASCARA E QUININE

mill to make the finished product large; is not diminishing! which can harness fixings ,
, the first time in the history of by the latter end of December or be seen by the great piles of ties near
la a city of any size has gone early in the new year. the depot. Sap ties are In demand DeWitt C. Jones got harness and FOR V AND

blican St. Petersburg gave the and are creosoted to makethem durable all kinds of harness fixings; collars, Cold., Coughs OM\Q La Grippe q

,lican presidential electors a ma- When a dusky Republican confinedin All the ties put into the Sea- collar pads, halters back pads, linos.

, of 287.: The republicans car. the county Jail at Lake City became board tracks of late are cresoted sap You'll find most anything you want. Neglected Colds are Dangerous

ive of the seven precincts in St. incensed because he was denied ties. They are soft and wear easily Got some fine saddles and all kind of Tak. no chants Keep thin standard remedy handy for the firm .n.....

burg and the total vote in the the opportunity of voting; he chose a from the creeping of the rails, but are hardware, farm wagons, woven wire Br.aks up a cold in 24 hours- Relieve

[proper was Harding, 1,638; Co!:, poor time and place to express his generally provided with iron plates to fence, chicken wire, barb wire, ata.pleB Oripp. in 3 days-Excellent for Headache

.If The republicans only recently feelings. Waiting until the jailer had prevent wear. and nails. Enamel ware, pots Qulnln. In this form do. not affect the head-Caexara is I beat Tonic 4
ilzed there and are jubilantly as- gone uptown to vote, the negro piled and kettlon. Run in and see him Sat. Laxative-No Opiate in Hill's.

\g that St. Petersburg! is a reran his bedding on the concrete floor and During the incessant' rains of the urday morning and get what you want
city touched match to it. Passersbysaw then come out to the race. You may ALL DRUGGISTS
a summer, when the farmers thought I SELL IT ;
negro the smoke pouring from the win- their planted crops would be seriously not have any cash when the race is ,

who went to the polling dow and hearing the screams of the damaged or ruined, many planted rice over r

at Palmetto Tuesday armed with frightened negroes, turned in a fire -one crop after all that does well on Bring Mr. Jones with you and any

otgun; got into an altercation alarm. The firemen had some difficulty moist ground. As a consequence the one that wants to sec a good horse

white people and was shot and in gaining: entrance to the buildingand rice acreage is many times as large': as race. Remember the date, next Saturday .

oily wounded by someone in thei after doing this were forced to any preceding year. The crop is ready afternoon at 2 o'clock. Come

,* according to reports received turn the water through the barred for harvest now, and the dry, windy early there'll be a big; crowd and Mr7E4
herd i IT Gates The bullet passed cOt ridor doors into the cells occupied weather of late has been ideal for maybe you'll get' a chance to make a *

igh the negro's stomach and it Is by the negro prisoners, some of whom curing it.Smith's. few.trades.

sown whether he will survive or were nearly suffocated. When revived (Continued)

The Identity of the person fir- sufficiently to express their feelings, Garage, E. n. Smith, pro
he shot could not be ascertained. they roundly cussed the offending ne. ,
the has OX3
prietor near depot
some recent IDmmmCOOltllIDmOlffiIDmIJJK I
el:
gro for allowing politics to cause themso I improvements-to show. First a H

new born white baby boy was much Inconvenience. The jail was 20-inch power drill press of the latest COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
I Sunday morning lying in thet undamaged.The .
about two blocks of the pattern. By the aid of this powerfultool a Full Line ofUnd.rfohen'
west and his acetylene welding made of the
appa- Small size Michelins are
ffioe at take City. The child, house of T. S. Harris, negro, rue Mr. Smith can make machinery Supplies material, by the name
name quality
i Was fully evi- -- -
developed, had postmaster at Live Oak for four years be
repairs that formerly could not modern
careful workmen. In the name
yi.lwen> born AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
during.the early under the McKinley administration,
done in Starke. For his
battery charging
have made MIth.UnIUnjtHhaped :
, of the morning and died short. for forty years leader of the negro he has installed Always on hand. The but service factory that
; department a Michelin
other -
Tube and
tef from exposure. A coroner'swas race in that section and very active in larger generator. This dynamo is of at the lowest price Special

..mpanellpd, which, after republican politics, was partially attention to telegraph ore product famous.SMITH'S ,
110 volts, 27 amperes, 3 KW, and is .
ng'.thf' body, adjourned, pending wrecked by a bomb about 1 o'clock perfect of its kind. Mr. Smith intends ,.. Registered Embalmer

tifffttion ui to the identity of the Sunday rhorning. No one was injured. to put his Ravings; into machine
tural mother who abandoned the Harris states that the bomb was A
' tools, with the intention of eventually DeWITT C. JONES
1 placed on the porch by several men establishing a full-filedged machine .
STARKE FLA. I
riding horses. The noise of the explosion ,
shop. He also has a still, which the ,
ver.' beforE in the history of Su- was heard all over the city and sheriff will not bother, for it is for IJIDIImmmmmm\J(\ .
ejMtoun has there been such caused a great deal 1 of excitement. It
distilled
producing water for the bat- ----- --- ,
toward showing the coun- was thought for a time that a safe )
batteries
,.igriculturai tery jars. These supply cur. .
\h products as if) being had been blown and business men rent for the lighting and starting sys.ums ASPIRINName GARAGE

season The spirit of friend- rushed to their stores which were closed for automobiles. The last Improvement 1

"ablt"al for the Sabbath. Harris states is a convenient rack for Starke, Fla.
constipation Cured that several weeks ago!: he received a his" Michelin tires
Nil In H guaranteed
toll Days notice to leave town on Oct. 17th, but "Bayer" on Genuine
\ I
- WITH
.red pTonlc-Uxa-Jve PEPSIN" Is a specially. that he paid no attention to it and No Woe m* In a Healthy Child
for Habitual attributes the of the bomb to
-ipa "n. It relieves promptly but placing All children troubled with .worm have an...-
d oaken regularly for 14 to 21 days this affair. Since the receipt of the healthy color which Indicate poor blood.and ... HIGHLAND I i Mrs. J. A, Starling made] a business
1 Jfcgular action It Stimulates and notice quite a number of negro; men rule there to more or J Iwa stomach disturbanceGKOVE i
'S TASTELESS chill TONIC Riven raul.rlfortwoor !, trip to Lawtey Friday
laC B. Very
-tk Pleasant to Tah- 60c: and women have been arrested on a three weeks will embh the blood. Improve Highland, Nov. 12.-Mr*. H. C.I I Lon )Prescott was a l business visitorto
charge of false registration and it is ..
the d geetkn..nd act a(;""o..ISupnllh
said that some of them blame Harris .01011"1010 tha wh..l"ty.'em. Nature will)tier, Wimberly, Miss Winifred Wlmborly, Jacksonville Saturday.
r S I ITs throw off or dl.Dnl the wnrrnt,and the Child wll! hi Miss Betty Cole, of Lawtey and Harry Jerry liohunnan was transacting
for their
arrests. G?
nt l.lerfectbe.ith, Pktaiant. to take. eecDerhana Wimberly "motored! to Lake Butler to business! in l.uwtcy Monday.
> "y-Tert Seed for the fair Friday. |I Several of our farmers arc uxpectin -

I Cad Results W. M. Crawley, of Labelle shot and State -of.. Ohio, City of Toledo( LAICM Mrs. Robert Crews and children, of :' to start grinding cane his week
slightly wounded I. A. Phillips County-
-
Its (cas Potatoes and Onion proprietor Frank J. Cheney make oath that ... I. "Bayer Tablet of Aspirin" is Hampton, are veiling Mr. and Mrs. Tho rune crop isn't so large through
. of the Hotel Everett, at thai senior partner of the firm of F*, J. CheneyA gen- it is
. rest F, M. Crews for a fe wduys. thin vicinity this year as usually
and Oldest Estab- place Sunday afternoon, then turned I Co., doing;' bualn. In the City of To uine Aspirin proved safe by millions
ed ed and :Messrs. Buster Johns and 1)awllonPadll'tott owing to c'xcosalve rains some timu
"use in the State ledo. County ftitata aforesaid and that for
the on himself and blew out and prescribed by physicians over
den weapon 1 paid firm will the eum of ONB HUNDRED
nd par returned Friday from a couple -
: Meld Seed for Fall his brains. Phillips' wound was not DOLLARS for anf.case of Catarrh twenty ;years. Accept only an unbro- : ago.Gilbert:
ntln Seed Oats Itve 1Jar' that cannot be cured by the use or ken which contains week visit at Uunnellon. H. Uuiker returned Monday
II'rlous-a flesh wound in the arm. I MRrJICINR "Bayer package"
HALL' CATARRH !:
t Andrew Crews and George Wilkinson with relativesin
New weeks' visit
St turnips relieve Headache from a two
, crop The trouble arose over Crawley'j" wife FRANK 3 CHENET.! proper directions to ,
Egg Plant I Sworn to before m. and auberrlbed In were visitor to Maxville Friday.K. Jacksonville.
Pepper, who had left him and refused to re- Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Kheu-
., this
my teaance day of C. Cannon of Maxville, was a Marcus Brown, of Starke, was a.
AN' SEED SPECIAL I turn. She was employed ,% housekeeper A. D. IMS matlsm, Cold and Pain Handy tin
'; ( ) A. W. Gleaion Notary Public.HAlX'S I business visitor here Friday. visitor here Monday.
DM1JI it FILL CATALOG I at the Everett. Crawley went rATARKH MEDICINE le taken boxes of 12 tablet cost few cent -._. ? --. I, n _, n,..
I to Labelle Saturday and endeavoredto Internally. and art through th. Blood Druggist also sell larger "Bayer Mm. F. M. Crews and Mrs. Kobt.

.SO. 'A\ ILLS SEED CO., I get; hi* wife to return to him and OR r>ru the..flits.Mucoue Tile Gurfacea Testimonial of the)free B.t). packages." Aspirin i I. trade mark I Crews, were shopping in Starke Sat C. L. Trie.t, of Therosxa, was a visItor f
Starke Monday.
FLORIDA she is said to bave appealed to Phil- F. 3. Cbeney Oc Co., Toledo Ohio. Bayer Manufacture Monoacetlcaclde urday. to "



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