Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: November 26, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04574
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DAY OF THANKS I { Republicans After All the Political Ding. of Thirki'and Going Mad From _
of ilbs] Naomi Difrgs ,will Pie Coming to Them I Starvation in Sight of Land

wt*> all the food he living CM allow* the horn board of tfw day of *...*.. Wig gtv. full wines lit A* I be interested to read of the following i I I .. ;,
LOADED I Ac paean yars do not permit to grow flaccid tfw for.g-esubltdrd euflom of *. land Thank*)*..* Day social event taken from the Tampa Washington, H.20.-Go.efpy political i C(>Constantinople Nov, 22.-The
yes full flavor of *.. day when fast oU rvd upon .w bleak Dour when d... rVgrtm ,...... dosed *..*r voyanadventurou Tribune: Washington 1 is pulsating and i Condition ..,
The turkey and the pumpkin pie. oranberrie and aoccMonet. will all feature a* in die days fan by .And One of the monVdelightful social all agog over contemplated changesin : I amid *w fume w redolent of char and pas and die tweet concord of home will teem b fuhion forth the feakim dear event of the past week was the linen the governmental changes when ty or more 'ships strung along" ) ,the ___ '
,of the one who at thai board In od.,.r yeart were lroupecl1emorf/ dial never lays. uide sad mom of die pan will vivify shower given Friday evening' by the the (larding administration takes Bosphorux-lwappalfrtl 1tflJ:s-terrible- -
..SereooUecuorx 01 the sus whnc. meam' contraction of die ... ov. catastrophe is feared unless
pamr group but cheer will be no 1 ten sinew becauee d prompt
Misses Maude and Naomi federal
padic note I. *nx* in token of mortality dial. Ii.... liana From coan to Doan amid dw mountabii. of die nearby ....... Sinks er the business on March 4, measures are taken to land the thousands -
amid die Roduei lifting, h'lh' their peak where placid lie die meadows by die brook and In die tropw SouNan, and die. Digg, at the home of the former on but already plans are not only being who are writhing in i
out that border die Paafie. will be found die wits of die nation1! ........'" and (race, the circlet of he home wid tweet O content at 1&\IOI"or the feaita In many place Mrani. and'mid die sans of detolation and ealiwde the Eleanor Nixon and Mr Clifford Earn- well under way for "firing" democratic correspondent visited several -
day and dinner will be given thought- whose will be interesting of these "floating hospitals; and
r shaw- marriage an omce holders. They will be supplanted mad'' houses"
today and returned to
event of Thursday were also by faithful from the
republican << shore with foreboding of
... honor guests. fold. This gossip covers the white None of the impendingcalamity.
The bridal .motif of green and gold. house, the senate, the house of representatives been refugees has
ai yet taken ashore
to be used at ,the .Earnfthaw-Nixon and every government excepting
s tho sick and diseased and the
Cf wedding was carried out In"the decorations department' and bureau big and lit the latter of whom have insane
l,7.>, fe of the various rooms, with tle, In and our of Washington. In been extremely

beautiful effect garlands of crepe pa. plain words, if you are a democratand The French numerous.
in these colors were artistically have failed hold
per to down your
full of
charge tile relief
work. Is incapable -
festooned from the central chandeliers place with some kind of double locked k
of dealing with the situation
while quantities of golden! African contrivance, just get the folks at hometo
and is Appealing to the Near
Kant re. E
daisies and ferns used in charming take
were you back on the' farm or in lief whose funds
are The
profusion. .the village store for that is the im fear
A "floral contest" was a feature of mediate objective of many a thou- that was cases'of expressed cannibalism by ship's officers .
entertainment provided for the guests sand democrats in the near' future. would occur "
unless food
r' r l a ., Q Qt during the evening and in this the It is not only true but Indicates at the promptly, In many supplies cases are they received had ,
prize, attractive wall motto was time
an same that the
k, s1 y are off
to light
f . won by Miss Gladys Clayton. An taking' cognizance, of the fact that for men from slayIng -
(children declared.The .
r 1t, amusing feature, and in this the proprietors' the mrimmoth federal crowded 'sufl.aUon hospital, In Stambnul1s
A prize, a kiAvpie doll, was given Miss pie counter at Washington.Incoming and the
w Y American
Red Cross i I.
Alice Crone giving all its r
republican senators ant
available medical
The shower for the honoree was house members have already paused supplies.As .
presented during the evening in an the word the correspondent rode across
out along the line that they the
an unpleasant smell
effective and beautiful manner. In business
; everything f..ol&the\ ,
the dining !nrfom' which was but dim- president's executive order of 1917, from the ships tho was apparent, notwithstanding C.

ly lighted there was arranged' In the whereby all postmasters wore 1 placed breeze An American strong relief cold sea

center of the large table a miniature under civil( service rules down ti> the I officer ,
Puritan .church of the colors of various departmental accompanied him. A* soon as the
We ThanK Thee Lord! green places In Wash pair boarded the ships the clothingof
and fold, (symbolic of the fact that ington are to be reorganized, this
both was virtually torn off by,half. .
the Nixon-Earnshaw wedding will be organisation to be for the principal
For all thy ministries solemnized Thanksgiving day) and purl|>oRt'of putting: the G. O. P. In andre taken maddened to land refugees tho who bogged to be

For morning mist and gently falling dew ."....,. .1 I the lights from within the church the democrat out of business border the Bonphorua.on open hill which

For summer rains, for winter ice and:( snowj 0.1.1 reflected through the various tiny Don't Like Wititon' Order Men women and children, regardl -

For whispering wind and purifying storrnf 1...., .. .. wind ws John Miniature Alden, I'riHcilla figure representing Dean The'republicaneaseert/ ; that the order l ss or ,sex, Are herded togvther promiscuously

,, For the raft clouds thai show the tender blue, and other Puritan characters, were of the Wilson administration just In on the ships day and night
referred to will be revoked and the a state of appalling filth and mlsvry. -
For the forked and tumultuous roll placed about the rliurch\entrence. As
flash long .
way opened -replace thousands of Many women of distinguished
the doors of the room were opened,
For mighty rains that wash the dim earth clean* the music of the chimes of distant democratic postmasters' with republi demeanor despite their bedraggled

' For the sweet promise of the {seven-fold bow, church bolls was heard, and as the cans.The appearance offered to barter theirvaluables
cstablinhment of plan, whereby Jewel and furs for a crust
For the soft sunshine and the still calm night guests, led by Miss Nixon, entered
any employe who has charges of broad, or a glass of water In some.
For dimpled laughter of soft summer seas,' ,, e, r I the room, the sweet strains! of "Blest against him given a hearing cases the refugees havq inter without
the Tie That Bindi, was heard '
For latticed splendor of the sea-borne moon '"? I 4Be I sung as a vocal duet by Miss Naomi f to nee the evdepc| ,against him Is! almost watts tA5.ltlaran" ; 'di\y\ "
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"it F arcw B 1'ttltuinty: ,. \'fll1'rlllol'flr.r1t\ | t; l heard| / tlint the I'a
For a Mr. .. .
sands and .
gleaming granite-frontled iris.: d f1 :! s. 1 heJ '
;..r For flying spume and waves that whip the shies, ..It-! honoree was then requested to open Were !festal" Employes; Republican mid been numerous suicides of despot .

For rushing gale and for the great, glad calm, I J the doors of the church, which she It Is being circulated hero that n 'ale nf''jjccsi. '' : coi" i'ix"ne <''urlrj! ;
it found to contain a wonderful the night hours. They
array majority of the postal clerk spoke of the
how In
For Might so mighty and for Love so true.
of lovely gifts of linen. service In the recent election worked /ghastly temptation anil t the sobbing

With equal mind .atcr in the evening the company openly against tho democratic ticket call of the sea at night when) they

,, We thank thee. Lord! . I I was supplemenua) oy :tie! arrival of a and for the republicans. It Is said I were dying of thirst. Many of the

-John Oxenheun i I number of gentlemen guests, includ'I that t niahV Oi* tno official and no small r..tuJt'l'lIVeJ'" restrained from jumpIng -

i I i tag Mr. Karnwhnw, the groom-elect I part oft lM peraonrtuj fit i, the pontoffleo overboard, but mai. succocdod.<<: \,.

!1 I'of nnd a delightful program consisting employes over the country )have beenat The AmrHOaii navy !j. assisting/ Irt

musical selections and readings, war with the pontmafitcf generaland transporting sick women to hospital'.
furnished the entertainment for the and tho Near I East ;
as a result they rcf uf..>if to support / also has
remainder of the evening.(' Following been prominent' in the work
< Cox and Roosevelt It is now l"(\. War t
is the program rendered : hag said that the republican hardened l relief nurses were'moved to "-,1
(chiefs '
Piano 8Oln, "LMVixda de Matin"Mhs tears by maddened
-- having had the mothers offering
of the
big ,
Elizabeth Ciddens. army of postal their children to visitors/ and the 4\.
employes, want to
t s I Vocal solo "No-John No"-Miss them satisfied. sea scenes of separation/ have* boon. beyond !

II Alms Watchler piano accompaniment description.The .
II by Miss Maude Sinks I I Madden of Chicago for Ousting Dem death into hall been abnormal

&r ysvy y I tending, "The 'Mustard l'la ter"-I clCralllRpp""f'tltatiVII us tho result of the biting cold and
M iHs Alice Crone Martin M.s Madden the lack of food. Tin American Rod 't

r I Violin solo, "Schubert's Serenade" of.Chicago the Illinois member of the I Cross is offering :3(1.000( rations dally
Miss house? who openly declares) that hefI'I' ;.wr
Cynthia Blake, piano accompaniment and several Amei'leans are offering {" ,
by Miss Naomi Digg. no objection to the same schools donations and subscriptions.GAIKTY '
for white and colored pupils the ..
Saxophnne solo-Mr, Raymond same --
Nixon, piano accompaniment by Miss street cars for the two rft'rll. the general INSTALLS NEW PROJECTOR I)'
Eleanor Nixon.Humorous use of Pullman sleepers and dinIng '"
1 "Advice cars for negroes alone with white .:-:
selection to -
--- --- 'Bride people, and that he has n- use in
and Groom-Eelcrt". J. S. any A Powers fl-B camrragraph has
FUNERAL SERVICE OF REV. H. B. A WEEK OF AMUSEMENT THANKSGIVING DAY UNION Iliggs. way for anything savoring of a "Jim.Crow" born added to the Gaiety Theatre'sequipment

FRAZEERev. SERVICEAt The color note of green and gold law, is tho chairman of the taking the place of the
Dickens made of his characters house committee on postofllces. With
one was emphasized in the refreshments Edison machine, which has been
H. B. Frazee of Jacksonville, say: "Folks can't 'always be work. 10:30: Thanksgiving morning a | consisting: of fruit salad, served in the leading men on the democratic steady operation since the showing of in i ;

was buried here Wednesday afternoon ing nor can they always be learning goodly number met at the Methodist 1 orange baskets cake and hot chocolate side of this committee defeated in the moving pictures first began In Starke. h

at Crosby cemetery by the side ; they ,must be amoosed too." Now church, in commemoration of the be- which were served during the recent election. landslide it will be The operating booth of the

of the wife of his youth. Rev. Fra- i I the Starke military company needed neficence of God through the past evening by the hostesses, Misses easy sailing for Madden with his republican now contains two of the latest Gaiety model

tee was well known here and in fact their exchequer replenished, and, act- year. Rev Blanchard Law, ef the I Sinks,-Diggs i and Ruth } Iynn.1IIss colleagues to bring' out of projectors, both practically noiseless '
all over Florida as he had seen fifty :, ing on the above sage opinion engaged Baptist church gave an appropriate Nixon the honor guest, wore the committee almost any radical bills in operation and giving a steady white" ;

years of active service as a minister the Otis L, Smith's United Shows sermon and other ministers present for the occasion a beautiful gown of they desire. John A. Moon, of Tcn- light on the screen, with the troublesome
in the Methodist Episcopal Church to come to Starke for a week and to in the city took part in the service A blue and white silk. noises, was one of the Southern mem flicker entirely eliminate!

south. For a number of years past give them a certain portion of their very beautiful and helpful feature was I This was one of the most delightful boys who fought the democrats' battles After the holidays,.the Gaiety will
he has been superannuated and at the I fiet earnings in return for services the repeated rendition of the nacred of the series of pro-nuptial par but now that will fall on the close while the building Is being remodeled. .

time,of his death was eightytwoyears rendered by the company. This is a cantata "The Landing of the Pil 'ties given for this popular bride- shoulders of Congressman Hell of The proposed alterationswill q

of age lie died in Jackson clean aggregation and has all the features grims": which had been the feature of | elect and was attended by about nine.' Georgia, who will become the rank make the building more comfortable .
ville' at the home of his son, II. M. that go to amuse young and the church-military celebration Nov. ty guests ing democratic member of the post- arid allow better
F presentation of
razee, on the 22nd inst. "I old. It is vastly better patronized 11th. While the full chorus was not I ; office committee. pictures

The funeral was held in Jackson than carnivals g'nerally'are here, present yet a very representative ilAbfl'TOY- The general postal situation indicates -. ---. ---- '.
ville on Wednesday morning, at ten- which shows that the public has the number of the singers were in atten- i that with a republican puutinux- MiniioniST; ,
thirty o'clock from Wesley Memorial good of the soldier boys at heart. It dance. "America the Beautiful" and I Mrs. F. A. Scott, of Starke, chair- ter general, and with both the house -

church. lids .body accompanied by I I I furnishes a pleasant resort these Gounod' "Praine 'Ye the Father" was I man of the tuberculosis sea! sale of and senate committee, strongly republican Sunday school, 0:45: a,

his family, arrived here Wednesday ,' beautiful nights, and any rowdyixm also' given very acceptably at suitable : this district was in town Tuesday. democratic officials general Preaching' 11 a. m. and m.7:30 ,
j afternoon at 2:30: and the interment would immediately be quelled by the pauses of the program. Thin sale will begin Nov. 25th and ly see their severance from the gov- Kpwcjrth : p m.
League (!:4I
took place at Crosby cemetery;; military police. If you see a child The minister and the audience are continue until January lit} Mrs. A. eminent jmyroll soon after March 4. Prayer meeting > p. m. t
the Rev, Frazee resided in Florida for costing longing eyes at the merry- very grateful for the inspiring service A. Durden has accepted the local I Madden doe n't like the Southern people jn.* 7:30p. :

past forty-five yeara. lIe was ''go-round or the ferris wheel let it of song' and for the courteous chairmanship and will appreciate the : and'does not deny it. Come and worship with

born in Augusta Ga. Surviving him have a ride and you will gain its and excellent co-operation of the co-operation of all who are interested 'Washington Newspapers Make Prediction J. C. DIGS us. !'!
are two daughters, Mrs. C. P. Lik lasting friendship. choir, which will make Thanksgiving In better health. Mrs. Scott left for *

inltl, of Jacksonville and Mrs. H. A. I Besides these show, our old stand of 1921 one to be remembered ; Lake Butler during the evening where Declaring: that in the near future inly republican/ because of tho influx

|Wuctrmacher, of Dade City; three80ns by the Gaiety offers exceptional fea. ,, she will continue her work. the prospects are good for Florida. of northern people, drawn there by

James L. Frazee, of New York I I, tures. A thriller of the first order BAPTIST Mrs\ Ne-wn Thomas, of Sampson and Texas to stand in the republican the great oil fields and the Immense

City and H. M. Frazee, of Jacksonville "Soldiers of Fortune" was presented City is the guest of Mrs. Hester column politically, Washington newspapers i agricultural opportunities. Were it

I Dr. E. W. Frazee of Lake City; last (Thursday) night and there will Jones this week are making a strong bid in i not for the fact that Texas is traditionally
and i Bible school 10
l a Sister i Mrs. M. F:: Miller, of ChiIMSASTROUS b,. more tonight and tomorrow night. a. m. P. Hunt section foreman on the this direction. Today, in its'gossip: I democratic the newcomers

sgo j The amusements mentioned are so B Preaching. Y. P. ,17.11'service a. m. and Senior 7:30 p.Miss m. I G. S, & F. railroad, is in Chattanooga the Washington Post quotes a following in a large measure tho I prevailing
-- - --- cheap in cost that there is no reason Venn, this week looking after the In- tor as saying' : YIIII'I politics of their new homes, i
president Junior Mlns Alderm
FIRE why they should not liberally pat ; Ueresta of his company "Despite democratic hopes I the republicans might have captured/
I ronized. an, Superintendent.Mid I ---..--- comeback four years hence, a numberof I' one or two more seat! In congress; 4
'.nIt Tuesday night afire caused I -.eCROSBY>- week services Wednesday I individually due. Immediate payments prominent democratic loaders have from that portion of Texas

"urh 1n lose' to.two Industrious farmers I LAKE evening At 7:30: prayer service be- will be much appreciated and since the election expressed real apprehension I "The northern population of Florida t

lost the Dukes section; J. T. Andrews I gins.The all pledges redeemed by the 20th of over the great Increase in is made up largely of wealthy

lou.hl'ls nls barn shelter containing 300 Crosby Lake Nov. 26.-P. B. Bry- second year of the drive tot our I Itrvember) is fully urged. .republican: vote In the South people seeking health and recreation.

of corn, and C. O. Carroll had ant has moved back to his farm here. every benevolence known to South Mr. O. K. Armstrong' Is expected to "During the last ten years the shiftIn Thousand of them have revoked their

WI Bath mules and eleven hogs burned to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill, of I ern Baptists as the 75 Million Campaign be with us one day next week proba- the population of this country has residences in northern states, and established q

,urt,d besidea one cow too badly in- Frostproof are visiting here this : closes with the Southern' Convention bly Friday. Let those who can ho been tremendous, and It Is now being their voting residences in.Florida.

''f the to live A conservative estimate week making the trip by automobile. year, April 30th Nevertheless ready to take review work and exami- felt politically. Northern people", re- On the other hand the f fl-

T'.e1l8 louses amount to $500 for each. People of our section are busy kill now Is an important time for payments nations on either the B. Y. P. U. manual publicans for the most part have mov. eyed population of the North, especially -

nd 10lllea set the sufferers back. ing hogs and grinding cane. in our membership. The state or training in the Baptist spirit fA by tens of thousands into the the border states of West Virginia

heir according to letter from one of Prayer meeting will be held at the : convention year clones November 30. be ready. !!. positively cannot return Southern states. Texas and Florida Ohio. Illinois and Indiana, has

friend. which we have received, home of Sam Nichols Sunday night. Either the treasurer J. W. Morgan -under seven months.BLANCHARD .' perhaps furnish the most notable examples grown enormously since the war It

eet ny assistance to put them 'on their and Mr. J. F. Kickliter, or'the' pastor D.' LAW, ,. of this northern Immigration. Is stated that negroes are going north lat

f again will be very much appre- elated. can, inform yoa of the amounts Pastor. Northwest Texas Is now overwhelm- the rate of 500,000 u year.


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SundaY". Mrs Malcolm Riherd Monday evening 'Sunday

i Jno. Shriver attended the state fair Nov. 22. ,;IIIBS Maggie Dekle of Starke, spent Some Reasons Why
--.r. ...1, In Jacksonville Tuesday. John Col ion, of Pine Hill, was at. Sunday with her -mothSr, !Mrs. T. J.
Dird hunting Is the. order of the tending to business here Tuesday i Dekle. the Farmer Should

al day now .Dewey. Duke, of Five Mile, was in 'A. Proctor: attended the Masonic -
County News Items M. D. Price, of Jacksonville, spent town on business Saturday.The meeting at Sapp for several. daysthis Keep Thanksgiving
1 Sunday here with his wife many friends! of Guilford Roberts week. '

= Jake Roberta, of Graham, was u are grieved to learn of his death A home solemnized
pretty wedding was Just now apart from our know").
1 visitor here Friday afternoon. which occurred Sunday morning at 7 Thursday afternoon at four edge of food secure perhaps
latare.tin' Facts Gathered ,During the Week bj- Our Miss Willie Mae Nabb and Hogan o'clock at his home near Guilford. o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs.II. of us feel it necessary' to fall some back

Regular Correspondents. Smith, of Sampson, were visitors on Frank Domer, of Jacksonville was Rosenberg, when their daughter, I upon the private rtwsons for thankfulness. !.
Sunday afternoon.E. in Lake Butler Monday afternoon and Miss Henrietta, was married to Mr Each one has some bit of
B. Andreu, Sr., spent Monday. at booked the Woman's Club with four Tommie Hewitt. The rooms were I personal well-being tba .nD be brought
., -- --- Willeford on business very fine attractions to be given here decorated with pot plants and cut out and rubbed up ,end' admired
GRAHAM Murphy Price, of Brooker was here !Mrs. Sf; V. Andreu and children during the winter: The Woman's Club flowers.. jut ,toy keep our home circle

_. Sunday. spent part of last week with relativesnear will need the co-operation and sup- I The bride wore a becoming coat suit happy this Thanksgiving day Each
to C. B. Roberts and son, Roy, New River. port of each family in town to makeit
Graham, Nov. 26.-Mesdames GeIger i- !Mrs, of tricotine with a rosebud bouquet.The one knows their own cause for con
e Barry, Ed Parrish, Will Jones, C. were visitors to Guilford Sunday: Frank Cone, of Willeford\ spent possible to bring these first class bride and groom left Thursday tent even where It Is so conimnn.
B. Roberts and Bob Surrency were Carney Dowling, of Hampton, was Sunday with his mother attractions here. Tickets will be on evening for Ferman, S. C., and will place as not to be distinctly visible to
business visitors to Starke Monday a visitor, here Sunday. Mrs. J. C. West of Whitehouse Is sale at an early date, and be sure and be at home to their friends on Dekle others. Especially this rear we mustn't
: Mrs. Bobbie Surrency and children John McKinney, of Sampson, here at the bedside of her daughter secure one for yourself and a friend. street'after Nov. 23. lose .slgbt of the personal bright

r -.- - -..........- -oC-Xampa: arrived. here Tuesday and tended church here Sunday. and at-I Mrs. M. II. Price.G. The duJsV will be published later. This couple is one of Lake Butler's. ,spots' on account of their everyday
!; -wlirTnake 'this their future home. Mrs. Walter Edmondson W. Beville la having consider- Miss Rand gave a delightful entertainment choicest young people, and their Jtlany Fbaraeteor.
Mrs. Glenn Gibson and baby, of Lulu Clyde, spent Friday with her able improvements made on his place. at the high school 'auditorium friends wish them happiness and A. person "was once" visiting a friend
j have been spending. a while with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McKinney. 1 Quite a crowd enjoyed the cane Saturday night. prosperity.Mr. whose home commanded a bomitlfal
her parents here. nay McKinney has moved his fam- grinding at the. home of M. P, Ma- II. 10'. Priester spent. Sunday with : and Mrs. Rafe Johns and son, stretch of mountain scenery. It net
John Surrency and wife were visi- ily to Oak where he has accepted em- theny Saturday night. his family.Mr. George, attended services at New lo fact, a magnificent( view -,"%yhat
,,, tors to Gainesville Tuesday. I ploynient.Dab H. C. Surrency left Monday for a and Mrs L. E. Parrish have River Sunday a wonderful outlook you have !here,"
t Dock Milliard. left Tuesday for Miami Jones, of Sampson, was a visitor few weeks stay with relatives at moved into the Duncan cottage near i be remarked to.Ms host "1 am sureIf <
where he has accepted a position. here Thursday.The Plant City. the lake. The Sunbeam Band met Sunday afternoon I lived here I should spend mOlt

Will Jones and Bob Surrency were school pupils enjoyed a vaca- Mrs. Arrle Colson was here Monday Mr. Traxler spent Sunday with his A play entitled "A State of my time viewing the landscape"
tion Thursday while the teachers attended Tea Party" was given by Margaret "Why. I never thought of It
business visitors to Micanopy Wednesday having dental work done. family, returning to his work Sunday ?that
the Alachua county fair. Townsend, Mary Borum, Perbeth Williams his host "
There will be regular seruces at night. way, replied. ) never considered
Zcke Parrixh" of Sampson, was a Messrs. Epperson and Baisden, of the Flue Will Baptist church Saturday Olen Hale of Worthington in and Zenith Armstrong.: It anything remarkable. I '
business vinitor here Tuesday, Starke, were here Friday. and Sunday by the pastor, Rev. town .Thursday afternoon. The O. E. S. met Tuesday afternoon have simply. taken It as a matter of
Ar in the Masonic "
Bobby Surrency has bought the Hall. ('Ou rse.
Bob Suriency was a bunincss visitor i. Joyncr. Mrs H. S. Miller-and mother Mrs.
thur Brown truck farm. Mrs.. J. W. Jones entertained a Thousands of people who live
I to Waldo TUl' day, Sheriff Epperson, of Staike was tiers I of Miller, were shopping in In
Frank Reynolds WIIM a visitor to Truby Dyal, Misses Ruby Dyal, Lola attending to official business in this town Saturday. number of her friends at a shower the country enjoy a treasure which isdenied
Moody Mattie and Minnie vdenFIII'nt suction given in honor of Miss Henrietta Ros to millions of their fellowmen
Ramp t:1: Wednesday. Charlie
the week-end at Waldo guests and Nathan Tomlin, of enberg, Nov 16th, at her home in -the blessing of good pure, out-of-)
Mi nnd :Mr.i.; Jake Rulieits return Miss Inla Belle Crosby was on the Johnstown, were business visitors to
ed to their home Wednesday after of Mrs. T. W, Wasdin' and enjoyed a I sick list a few-days of this week. town Monday. West Butler. Many beautiful presents door air fragrant In spring and summer .

I several ,days I visit with her /patent. at candy pulling. The play given here Wednesday A. C. Strickland spent Monday in were received after which delicious with perfume of flowers or now-'
KingHlund: Ou.Mr. Rev B. Dyal and wife, of Sampson night by the high )"chQolpupils was a Jacksonville. ambrosia and. cake were served mown hay, and In fall and winter laden -
attended church here Sunday. with crisp, life-giving ozone.
und Mrs, Bobbie Surrency were decided Ruucess. Services
visitors to the county Friday. The farmers of our section are busy _.*..-. ., church were held at the Baptist Dr A. J. Boss, of Monroe Ga., is No one enjoys more blessings and
grinding, cane. Sunday morning and eveningand in Starke in the interest of hi! handsome treasures of this kind than the man
Mrs. Willie Price, of Klnlt land, is RAIFORDRuifoitl Rev. W. C.
J. visiting her.purents, Mr, and Mr D.J. Remember,, the Bible school and C, inspiring: sermons.Armstrong delivered pecan orchard, southwest of or woman on the farm. He or she,
: .'Byrd. E.: every Sunday at the Christian Nov. 28.-A. D Andrews B. Y. P. U. held its town. If Inclined to be of a complaining nature
regular meeting -
church visitor to Jacksonville Friday Is apt to find fault that life on
wan a
Among those attending: the Alachua Sunday
: evening fit 6:45.A .
county fair Thursday were ChesleyTogg Mr. and Mrs. Lando Maines, of Mrs, C. B. McCIenny of Macclenny series of Fingernail Statistic. the farm Is so hard and composed BO

: and family, Miss Ethel Byrd, I Mounteocha were here Sunday afternoon was transacting business here on Church of Christ meetings Sunday began, conductedby at the It has been cRtlinuted by a scientist largely of drudgery. Furthermore, I"far I
Equilla Dixon Bessie Wynn, Maxino Friday Rev Flavie that In a lifetime of 70 jenrs a man away fields are always green,"
Hall of
and Sarah Willis, Messrs, Frank Reynolds I E. J. Murrhee was a business visitor Mr. and Mrs. Smith Crews, of and his wife are located Trion at the Ga.homeof lie (rows nails which If It were possible and the one"on the farm Imnclnei:
Math WaRdm, Clarence and to .Brooker_Monday.FARMERJJROWN. Starke, were visitors over here during Mrs Viney Dekle. to prt'H"th", IInt'ut..uld. rl'aChtbe that In the city all must be ease and
.--- the week.Miss length 'if 7 feet 9 Irwht contentment. These ImnglulngH, how.
Henry Pudgctt, Mis. Ions and son, : Mrs. Gertrude} Roberts and Miss Ada
Ferman of Monteorhu. Helen Nauright is visiting In ever, will not stand the test of
) I Wisenbaker of Valdosta
Ga., are the with
Claude Birt, of Hampton, was a Jacksonville this week.J. guests of !Mrs Viney Dekle this week. An unprecedented) number of auto- personal acquaintanceship the
business visitor here Saturday. I T. Tyson, of Green Cove Springs, Rev. S. S. Proctor preached at the bile part-- from, other states are life that I Is thousands"lived l'.tbe.dtle.'bJ! of Turin hundreds
of people.
Will Jones was attending to business spent the week-end here with has New River church Saturday and Sunday moving down the Dixie Highway and
but there
Is hard
at Sampson Monday afternoon. See here, Mr. Judge, this is no fair family. He was accompanied by Mr, through Ocala. There have never work are no easj
Mrs. Anna Youngblood of Waldo shake It's a frame up. Here I've Cheslelgh Smith, of New York Is W.; C. Armstrong Saturday. been so many. The cars have been ;: berths In life, *
was here Saturday shopping.Messrs. bet $25 on this boss race and you gave the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Messrs. Osiah Varnes and T. A.J coming: singly and in groups_since The average person en the farm
Geiger Barry, C. B. Roberts it to the boss that came out last. How S. W. Smith. Carter motored from Johnstown early in September so that the record lives better .enjoys better air to
and son, Perman, were business visitors is that Mr. und Mrs. W II. Andrews, Mrs Lake Butler Sunday; for early arrivals has also been broken ,''brt'athe. better water to drink, better
I to Lake Duller Saturday. You heard the decision didn't your A. n. Andrews Sadie Simmons John S. S. Proctor filled his appointmentat As many as a hundred a day food to eat better conditions under tbs'man
Tom Mills was a business visitor to Oleson's hose came out head first, Arthur Andrews were visitors to Mac- the. state farm Sunday afternoon. have reached here, coming from the which to work Better health than
Staike Friday. didn't he. Well that's the bet. Were clenny. Sunday, Mrs Jake Varnes was buried at the states well out in the Middle West or woman In corresponding circumstances '
"*\A crowd of our young folks enjoyeda you Invited to this hose rnl'eT Avery Tison, of Jacksonville, spent Varnes cemetery Sunday afternoon and from Maine. In the city.
pound party at the home of Ed Par No. Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. W. C. Armstrong .
conducting the funeral -
rish Friday. Well then, what did you stick your Tyson. service. Mrs. Varnes had
John Stalling and, Klox Parish, of noRo in for. When I stick my nose R. W. Sweat, of Haynes City spent friends who will deeply .mourn many her
Sampson, ware here Friday, in other men's business, I generally the week-end here with his family. death.
Miles Crews' of Long: Bridge expect to have something sticking to Mrs. W. W. Rice
was a returned home on Mrs. C. L. Varnes
and son Claude When Furniture l)
visitor here during the week-end. it. If you didn't, that's not our busi- Sunday night after spending a couple of Johnstown, were the guests, of Rev., Buying 1 1It
Mrs Elvu
Abernathy of of
Brooklyn, weeks in Jacksonville. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor
\ spent the week-end here with relatives ness.This hoss race is for the benefit of .. Mrs. Elsie B. Gillespie last of week.Guilford pays to deal with an old and reputable firm-Nearly

t and friends widders and orphans, more especiallyfor FIVE MILE: spent the week-end with her home- :30 years we have devoted to furnishing: homes with fine
Jesse Byrd, of Tampa, is visiting wlddcrs. You see Oleson bets $100 folks.

I relatives here of my money, I bet $100 against the Five Mile, Nov. 2G.-l\Ir and Mrs. Mrs. Wiley Rovers and children "GRAND RAPIDS"
Misa Eflie Edmondson and brother, w-idder's mule, that this hoss sharp B. L. Duke and Mrs. D. I. Blume were !Mrs J. M. ,
,i. Clyde, of Sampson, attended church 'I beat the boy wit of, and Mr. Jones guests: of Mr. and Mrs. 1'. P. Dekle Meade, are Rivers visiting and relatives baby;in of Fort Furniture, as well us the more medium priced lines. Also
k' here Sunday bets $100 of Thursday town Floor Coverings Draperies etc.
my money. this. week "' ,
Mr. Sloan nnd family of Sampson, The widder gets back her mule, Mr. T. J. Dekle, Jr., was a business vis.Itor Jesse Cason of New River
have moved to Graham nnd will farm Olenon wins '$100, which we divide, here Saturday. business visitor, to Lake Butler, Satur-was a Columbia Talking Machine and Columbia RecordsLet
't for r> r Hrl: :rrts. this year. I IIIiv. and Mr. Jones turns the $100 he wins Prof. L. II, Futch spent. Saturday day.v

VC. CoHln, of J.cihnstown, into the widder's fund. The got back in Raiford Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Carter of John. us continue sef\e you. Mail Orders a specialty.CHADWIK'S .
an interesting talk her mule and the The boy won't T. J. Dukes the
gave : on Christian! $100. was guest of P. P. stown was in town Thursday after-
Endeavor here Sunday afternoon' trade bosses again, HO everything is Dekle Saturday evening noon transacting business.
',q / Sheriff Ramsey, of Gainesville, was lovely and we all will live happily, Mesdames L. II. Futch and T. J. A daughter born "
was to Mr. and '& 9 E Hay Street. Fla.
1 visitor here Sunday. except the hoss trader. You're out Dukes were guests of their parents Mrs. A. C. Brannen Sunday afternoon
Alvah Saxon, of Hampton, was a of your $25. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Crosby, of y\Vll.26 The store convenient for shoppers ____ 2t.
visitor to our burg Sunday afternoon Don't ever bat on other men's game. Brooker, Saturday and Sunday. D. W. Ho rum spent Saturday night
Rev; I Willinmsc, of Starke, filled Hey, there, Mr. Jones., got a supply Mr. and Mrs Oscar Rimes were with his family, going on to Valdosta:
his appointment here Saturday and of gun shells? guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Par- :
Sunday, delivering three sermons. I I Yes, just got in a big supply 9' rish Sunday.
v shells. black powder and smokeless, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Green were the
und all kinds of cartridges. And you guests of their daughter Mrs. Rimes,

q "Think and Thank"Suggested fellows out on the new mail route, Saturday.Mr. 'o1' }MOThanksqivimj! ]
we've just got/: the rdral route mail I and Mrs. F, L. Drawdy has as ; ..
'" Motto boxes and locks. Come to the store visitors lust week Mr. and Mrs Paul j
and get them. We also have a line of I Park, of Ft. fierce. Mr. and Mrs.
for Nation Today air rifles for the boy's Christmas Park were on their honeymoon. Sl-- _
present Buy early before they are Friends of Ancil Parrish will be > ;

t, "Think end Thanh" was the motto all gone. Clothing' will please a boy glad to know he is aLe to be out .c+ ,
more than air rifle for Christmas. again: after a severe. illness
an '
:upon the family crest' l at the great Hebrew ,&.J: .:J>: "
I Then look at our heating stoves. It Miss Norma Dekle is on the sick list .;.0 _,./ ,_
phllanlhroplMt Slr ittotu!
's Monte-
More. It would be an appropriate is getting: pretty cool these nights, this week ,' armorial motto for America today and oil heaters for the bedrooms. Omegcn, the eldest daughter of T. ,
These two little English words, differIng You'll need one of them $7.75 to 9. J. Dukes, was painfully bruised by
In a single. vowel wore originally 25. You'll need some of the hog powders ailing; off the porch Sunday after .
Identical. In the Anglo-Saxon: tongue this fall. Got a big lot of it at noon. Her friends trust she will soon
a "thank" was a think." Thankingconies $:.1 a bucket. You will need one of be up again.

from, thinking"" and thankfulness those fine lanterns now in syrup making Messrs. Dred Douglass and James
(' from thoughtfulness and thanks time the best at only $1.50. Ward of Worthington were business .t
Kiting from thought-gl\lng. This will !Don't forget the carbon bisulphide visitors here Monday.
lie a season. of unusual I thanksgiving to kill the corn weevils, at $2,75 per Uncle 'Jimmie Thompson, of Little

fur we arc mndo to think us we have gallon. Save your corn. Springs was here Monday. ,
hs' ,, not been wont to thlnlc. !t will he I I'm glad I met you all today. We've I Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Drawdy were iii'-cwt. ,
' a very HelflMli. soul that tills KI-UMOU had a lot of fun and cleaned up the I guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle !c t e 'g
r fall to think of the sorrows and the traveling hose traders. Guess they're !l Monday afternoon
i sufTerliiKH of others. I making truck now and Farmer Brown r' Mr. and Mrs. Futch, Marcus Dole. .
j Look buck ul i tint ttrnt AmericanThnnftRglvlitK. und) the widder will bo happy ever after. \: Misses Norma Dekle and Lucile ..

Stmiige skips, sparse Come in and. see me when you Vaines were Sunday evening: visitorsat .
I Bettlctuents. spume. lunlrr, snvnge enemy come to town. the home- of Mr. and Mrs. B. L.
- -.. ------ Duke
I. hut tlinnkriil uplrltl"What I mnkei
the innmory of the Pilgrim so pre- BROOK ER: --h
f emits Ills tliiinkfuliicsul As llowell '" LAKE BUTLER
i i puts Its! Brooker Nov. 20.':"-Mr. Smith and -

"It Is no Improper! comparison that family art! occupying the Mulphurs} Lake Butler, Nov. 20.-Miss Carrie P Pa Pf
1 i a thankful heiirt. IN like a box of .1,..... cottage Hall and Tom Kessler were married, "
clone ointment which keeps the smell Mrs E. L Crosby has been visitingin in Lake City Tuesday *
.f. long after the thing Is spent." Jacksonville for the past week. Misses Tommie and Johnnie Rimes .'
rt The Pilgrim and the Puritan have It. P. Gttiney and A. A, Hazen were of Rising:, spent Sunday with relatives. -
passed on, but they have left IIM a transacting, : business in Jacksonville .
precious possession' TbanksgMng Thursday Mr and Mrs. T. 11. Rimes of Miller i
day and the Tlinnksglvlng spirit Mrs M. D Price is on the sick list spent Sunday the guest of Mr.
Theirs was the Indomitable spirit'be this week. and Mrs. C. F. Rivers. a ?' 1"d bi
, cause they ""''linked God and took Dr. Tribble has made several professional Evangelist Sam J. White,of Mississippi
courage." They Inndcd undeslgnedly' culls here this week.T. delivered a fine sermon at the
on a "roek-hound wintry strand" but C. Hazen and family spent last Christian church Sunday. lie was the
they thanked God amid took courage Tliuistluy! at Raiford on business. guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. 10', Rivers ,,
They found no gold but they did find P. A. Crosby was transacting business Claude Epperson of 'North Carolina .,
.'. the golden grain of n first hnrvfet.and in Starke Monday is the guest of his parents Mr. i
\ \ 'they thanked God and took courage. The cottage of Mr Phriver, recently and Mrs G. A. Epperson, this week

,;They found a rude wilderness, but vacated by !Mr. Smith, caught fire Henry 'Rosenberg spent Tuesday c,. v ,
[they thanked God and took courage Monday evening and was too far gone I in Jacksonville. )
i ''.ad furrow were turned and town. before help arrived to save the build Mr. and !Mrs. Dock Roberts and ,, t ,
r ''j 'were built and clllos grew and factories' ing. children, Worthington, motored to -.
flourished and culture developed C. 1..Il'Iof Graham, was here Friday Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon.
and I Instead of a wilderness a garden afternoon. The W. M. U. met in the Baptist
i blossomed and the fragrance of their G, B. Colson made a buslness jrjn. to church Wednesday afternoon, Mrs A. ta,
C memory still survives and the spirit ,Sumner Sunday C. Strickland, presiding.
j .... 1 pf their srace stilt Inspires. E. J. Ward visited Cedar Keys last A baby girl was born to Mr. and -.""


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urday. 'iness in Graham Saturday. D. 1 D. and J, B. Thomas were .
Messrs. Lacy Prevail and John Thig. Mr. and Mrs. II. Palmer, of Gaines- ness visitors to Brooker Monday u.*;,
r t.
Farmers J JI pen were in Brooker Saturday morning ternoon.ur .
{T Bradford County I ville ternoon., passed through here Sunday af : farmers are grinding con t

J. W. Lewis was a visitor to Starke I Miss Vera Surrency spent the weekend week
I It
'ic largely market conditions and | weather, sometimes suffer from an Irritation recently. with her parents in Pine Hill sec R.' P. Lewis made a busine ,
t .+ WINTER CAKK OP LIVU STOCKThe to take chances upon on whether his prod of the skin. It would be a J. B. Thomas was attending to bus tion. to Starke Monday. trip

: uct will be a profitable one or not. It good/ plan to grease the pigs/ before

I : f most critical season of the year is a wise plan for the truck to arrange turning them into a green/ growth, ---.:;::

j for live stock 1 III at hand. During/ November his crop so that in cue of a specially" in damp weather I!

I December. January and part slump in prices and lack of demand, It is also doubtful if it i in the most =

,t of February our farm animals suffer hi. product can be turned over to feed economical to force brood sows and

fi' moat feed is leaat l plentiful, certain I livestock or to be useJ for the home pigs to get all their feed from velvet j. e

kinds of feed. Pasture crops, upon market. leans. A very small daily feed of.

,"'t .,. i' which many ani A1" subsist during One or two activities we would like corn or some other such dry feed will.!

'Iv'. I the summer months, are no longer to stress on all farmers is the piob- probably pay .
I sufficient to maintain I'razinlIIto'k/ / ability of a good demand for hogs for Me&Use1a1i'

without being/ supplemented by other the coming year." And there b i always ASPIRINName page

a feeds. Of course Home animals live a good/ demand fur milk, daiiy -

I, Iffi+ through: the winter upon nothing/ but and poultry products. The man with

It pickings from the woods and pastures a few cows can always depend upon .

I \ t but that is not the best way. I getting a ready market and the man "Bayer" on Genuine THERE IS a maD "IF A ham need.

It is poor economy to neglect live I with a few hogs can always depend . e
I stock during these winter months to upon having something to turn into IN OUR toVn. A WEEK of imok.
s I':'r leave them to rustle for themaelves.So ready cash 1 . .
neglected and left to themselves WHO 18 BO old. TO CURE it.
feed I All available land should be plantedto Ajj I . .
p'I.? they will require more time and immediately fora
small grain_ crops oar=.1 J. HE'S FORGOTTEN his age I'M CURED ot: everything
t next spring/ to get/ back to their normal double purpose; first, to prevent .

I health and growth. Professor J. leaching during th- winter, and second HE WAS e'evator hey. FOR I been smokingNIGH .

, M Scott of the Florida Experiment the production of pasture fur . .
\ Station, says that livestock left to livestock IN NEARLY alL ON a century.
: themselves through the winter will become I .
stunted and can never regain: -+- OF WASHINGTON'S bfladquarler THE ONLY secret of old age

health and vigor thus lost. It Is economy THE PECAN AND PERSIMMON! .. . . .

. i, ". to help livestock through/ the BORER ..tBewfet I Un''>M you see the name : HE WAS. the first.. IS ALWAYS. o keeping.ABSOLUTELY. .
winter. Feed used in this way is on package! or on UbleU you I a

!:t' I r (', money well invested.CONTKOLL1NO There are two borers that commonly aM'ilxod are not l by getting physician(genuine for Aspirin tww prw f I. WHO BROUGHT. . down the house. . CONTENTED*
I in-
and persimmons,
- attack
pecans years and proved safe I BY ASKING why. AND I gave him one.
\ by millions Take
t l varieties. One .. _ .
T t. CUTWORMS! : eluding the Japanese Aspirin only as told in the Bayer portage I . 0.- -

t t-; ,of these. is-a caterpillar, ,.,. the larva of for Colds, headache, Neuralgia, ithcu .. A HEN crossed the road. OF MY cigarettes.
/ t- Cutworms are the almost hairless a moth. This caterpillar makes a tisra, Earicho, Toothache Lumluum anti .
+, I several of hole somewhat smaller than a ION for Pain. Handy tin boxee. of twelve Bayer i ; SO THAT'S how old he Is. AND HE smacked his! lips
caterpillars\ of species
; pencil into the center of the tree in Tablet. of Aspirin coat few cent Drugs .
fj moths. The eggs: are laid mostly on which it works and down. \ aim hell! larger packages, Aspirin HE'D JUST lost a job. AND SAID "That's It.
:, Y i grass Id heavy sod land. Consequent up this III the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture .
method of controlling .
land which has had considerable The best of Monoaoeticacidecter THAT HE started
t ly, on of Salwylioaeid.ZIFF on. THEY SATISFY
'I grass, eutworms are moat trouble- borer, says J. U. Watson of the Florida .
Experiment Station, is to shove IN 1869.
some. When such land is plowed the
: into the hole a little wad of cotton .. SATISFY"-that's the
natural food of the caterpillars la cut THEY
HE SAID It he'd known.
which has been saturated with carbon fact to tie to. And there
oT( and they are forced to concentrate Ziff, Nov. 26.-Mallie Surrency, of such
IF The hole shouldbe never was a cigarette for
bisulphide. at once
4 \ on the plants that are set out later stopped up with wax, putty or par. the Pine Hill\ section, was in our section I IT__WASN'T. permanent.. steady company. Good toba<'t08,
They are especially troublesome to Friday. yes- -but more than that. Good
takoo It. :
affin. HE'D NEVER
j such crops a, cabbage and beets. Mrs J. B, Thomas and daughter, I blending, by a private formula that
borer Is the larva of
The other
The cut surface of the plant on a Rhoda, were shopping in Urookor on HE ALSO said. can't be copied-that's why Chesterfields
I a f which they feed is so small that it is beetle and in commonly called the flat Friday, a S everlastingly: "tatitfy."

impractical to poison them by direct headed apple tree borer It works Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thigpen and

1I# ) Ii application of the poison the plants just beneath the inner bark and will daughter, Mildred, of Micanopy, are
frequently girdle a younltrf'e/
r attacked. They arbest combatted spending a few days with. their mother
kill it. This borer cannot work in
'I by means of a poisoned bait, a !Rood Mrs S. E. Thigpen.
one beings i liran 20 pounds, cottonseed healthy trees as the sap coming: from Mr and Mrs. L. R. Lewis and C.
the drown it it
wound or
meal 5 pounds, paris green/ 1 M. Kelly, were the guest/ of Mr and
to retreat, but in trees that arc not
pound. Thoroughly .mix these while] Mrs J. W. Lewis Sunday.
dry and then add 2 1.2 gallons of perfectly vigorous, and are, in such
water S, L. I'rescott and W, L. Thigpenwere
a case, somewhat dry, the borer can
I and 2 quarts of syrup. business visitors to Waldo Sat'Nu -
work to advantage and will frequently
The mixture should be thoroughly]
kill a tree. It is therefore, important -
damp but not sloppy so that it will > Won ms In a Healthy Child
to keep the trees in a vigorous
fall finn flukes when broad .
sown All children troubled with worm have sn unhealthy
"' cast over the ground. Professor J. growing condition. All cuts caused color,which Indicate poor blood, and ass CIGARBTTES
y R. Watson of the Florida Experiment by pruning should\ l be trimmed up ruin,there U more or lens stomach disturbance
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given r-Buljrlv
clone and painted with white lead
,. Station recommends this remedy and borer for two or three. week will enrich the blood. Improve .
says that it should be put out after paint. The is particularly in- the digestion and act ti a General.Strength
sunset so that it will remain moist all jirrlous to newly transplanted trees. eniutf Tonic to the whole yile'in. Nature will the.
The eggs/ are laid by a metallic throw olTordlil.?.lth..w".im.nnd the Child wI:! 1 Lila
night. If sown properly it will fall perfect. health. Plwtsentmtak.t SOC nurbiittlo T
in small flakes gray colored beetle about one-half of
that will not be dangerous .
to fowls and game./ It should an inch long, and always on the sunny
side of the A board set in
be broadcasted tree. up
or scattered along the
t front of a tree trunk will often prevent 9
rows or about the bases of the plants
: '. to be protected.\ the injury or the trunk may be
wrapped with burlap or paper. A
. sun-scald to the bark is alwaysa I
1 FEEDING;; 10UNG PIGS:' injury
.b favorite place in which to lay the

., '" Too be a flUl'c'sMful hog miner, necessity eggs These borers should be cut out 01
demands that one be an expert -
infested with knife taking
trees a sharp
when it comes to feeding pigs. pains not to injure the bark snore
This are tit( is an art) requires much
than Tin beetles
\ 1 |I.i neiosMarv. I'ml'rl'el'I'I'.caIJy /
, more than being able to supply the
; in tlu! caly! : spring and one
pig with abundance of feed.
to them For
can use a trap attract
It is more difficult to feed young't
; this purpose oak, pecan, or hickory TRADe MARK
animals successfully than it is to feed
1 logs/ anthe best. These should be
older< ones. The digestive tract of the I .
placed in an orchard in the earlyspring
.V' young animal IK delicate and is easily / and. burned before the following .

'I ; put out of order When it is disturb. winter. This burning/ absolutely A Fordson Tractor on the farm means more prosperity for the farmer. It doesn't make any difference how :rOIl "

; ed' the in little fellow cannot grow or necessary in order to prevent a new spell that prosperity-whether it is in increased production ; whether it is in the saving that comes from a machine ," .
gain weight. It takes much time
,I and feed to get a pig growing after crop of bt't
n :'1 it has once" been stopped. It is very The grubs will not be able to crawl both man and wife-because the Fordson answers all those problems to the satisfaction of the farmer. ,
from the log to the tree, but must
1: difficult to overcome period of stunted '
ness. spend which their the entire time laid in the log on It can't be otherwise. These are the days of progress, and power on the farm is the necessity. It is only a question ;

Pigs just weaned must be fed nutritious -I eggs are. of what kind of power the farmer is going to have, but no farmer with the facts now before him can question the "

\ palatable and easily digested CHANGE SOWS AND PIGS TO monetary advantage of machine power over horse and mule power. The Tractor is the farmer's necessity just as

F feeds, says Prof. J. M. Scott, of theI GlUE; PEED; GRADUALLY much as the sun is the necessity for growing crops. ,.
i Florida Experiment Station. In addition ih

L it l the feed must be concentrated It will not injure sows and pigs to All that is necessary for a farmer is to know his Fordson Tractor as familiarly as he understands handling a team

must not be course or bulky. ThepiR"1I turn them on velvet beans, but certain of horses. He wants to use the same amount of reason and common sense. In the Fordson Tractor is the concentratedpower '

digestive tract is small, hence conditions should be considered of eighteen horses and as flexible as the movement of your arm-much more flexible than horse control-and /

) I contain the feed sufficient must be small ingredients in amount to and. in changing: the feed of brood sows beyond all comparison much more economical both in 'service and in keep. Then it will do so many things that horses :

the demands of supply suckling: pigs.l and mules cannot do, and it doesn't eat when idle.
a )'OUIIIA"rowin/ In the first place, it is not good "
d body. '"
q ,, A good grain mixture for pigs I is: practice to turn a brood sow and We don't believe there is any doubt in the mind of any farmer as to the necessity for a Tractor, but he may have \\I.

.' corn p.1)) pounds, shorts 25 pounds, pen- young been pigs/accustomed on green to feed it., if and she allow has some doubts as to what make of Tractor so that is the reason we are putting this advertisement in this paper to draw .

i nut meal without hulls :L'O! 'pounds, and not her to eat all she wants. The change his attention to the Fordson Tractor. This is why we put the above arguments before him. and why we now invite him .g

J tnnknge 5 pounds.! Feed! only as much should be made gradually fl'oldr>' to come in to our place of business and view the Fordson Tractor. Let us show him what it has done. Let us prove to

us the pigs\ will clean up. In addition to green: feed, or the milk flow mube >' him its superiority over any other Tractor. It means more to him than it does to us.. When we sell a Tractor, we makea i

to thin each pig should be ,-lvrnfiom so inulatcd MS to cause the young: small profit; when he bins a

one to two quarts skim milk 1\ suffer from Th', thatis
\ pigs to scouts Pays Tractor he buys a power
lnj. Green feed should be nuppliei ; I'rojr'MHh'p i l'al'mPI'Vh,," the pies working for him every day
.: amounts. For green pat"tuitv I' are older they will take all the mil1 in the year; that is, if he buysa
will! be
rape' rye and oats found '
tits niotlnu'i' d' when
-i i
p -
n p good. Fordson-we can't speak __-
I II young they may not be nb1 In Ho n.\ -
I I for the other kinds. Come in! -- -
:' Young pigs\ turned into a luxuriant
green growth, especially) dining wet
It is now the sen son of the year ,

when the wide awake farmer begins I DODSON TELLS THE "

2 :.. planning: for next year's work a'd I

casting about for ways and nieuns to The e .
make his. land produce as much' as I

kYl' "%;; possible. Many farmers oveilw-'t! thi I HORROR OF CALOMEL'

t important matter of planning ahead I

Next year is going to see< considerable :
a C _
itI change in crop values, and there'I IJ You Don't Need to Sicken Oripe o

R .: is probably going to be a big slump" in Ford ._ o ,, :
,' "\ Infers' ( Therefore it behoixes nil crop I or Salivate Yourself to \
t:, i producers to plan] their crop\ for the Start Liver \

1 maximum yields, au)'",. t C, K. McQunrrlc ) .

.-S : state.itgent of rgricutut! l rstonnion : I

I I You're bilious, sluggteh, constipate
ii ii j Farm labor has been scarce" during I You feel headachy, your stomaali may be : .

l'' .... the present year, but relief is< expected I' our, your breath bad, your akin sallow Garage
during the coming Reason. and you believe you need vile, dangerous 0 .
I' calomel to start liver and bowels.
j The farmer with \livestock
can arrange Ilera's my /guarantee! Ask your druggist e
his crops so II' to have always I for a bottle of Dod on'. Liver TOD 0 0
I a good supply] of feed material and and take a spoonful tonight.\ If It

some to spare.! The truckers, on the dueent start ;your liver ana straighten I
i other hand have to de pen 1 very I I you right up better than calomel and
without griping or making you sick I
I I, want you to go back to the store and

I I 1 Fingernail Statistics get your money. A. W. & G. A. ANDERSON
It has been estimated by n scientist Take calomel today and tomorrow :you Proprietors
that In a lifetime of 70 years a mane will feel weak and sick and nauseated. ,
grows nails whlt'h. It It were possible Don't lose a day. Tike a spoonful of r:
harmless, vegetable Dod on's Liver Ton.
th"11IIncnt, would I
.. to preserve read'n -
1 v.'\ the !leuglh'tf 7 feet, 9 1..<'1...,.. tonight and wake up feeling splendid.It L-
1 I. perfectly harmless, so give It to yourchildren
any time. It can't s.Ur U. -


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FRIDAY.. .n_ NOVEMBER 26. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELERRAPH. STARKE. F.nIDA. t .1' wwr| *V.. . ... PA. Cart: SEVEN

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Guardian for W. W.-McDonell. Minor. -- --

BOARD MINUTES Martha Rliin do ______ I.BOI. II B Wlggln. do __ ___ __i . rBelle -- 9S 00 Warrant* baaed __..._.__ 176 ll.19-6t.12.17. .1 OKOFR FOR
SCHOOL I.. L. H.imn do _.__._.__. I.BO -Wet.t do _____.___._ & .MKa It.l.n. Nov. I. 120 ___ ___ ___- 44Dlatrlrt .19 Clrru.t Court. R..t PtTIATONln Flrbth
l.lmlr Hunter daFllialirth > ________ ..60 William, do ___ _____-..?_. 6600 Ne. 1 NOTICE OF GUARDIAN BALK I J.dl..1, Circuit, 'Iord., Chanwry. -
in regular session with I Hunter do ._______ ..60 Ilamea do _. P6 00 Balance Oet. 1. 1920 ___. ____._____ 1424 .
Board Jet Nov. 1st. to-wit Warn-n Kemvy d _.______._.__ S.60 :11.Ktoke* do _:::::::::: .-__,.:: 86.00 Receipt.. during month ___ _... IB. 0 after date for Nina hereof IM, I. t.e tn.. I". H. Batten. 1
.11 member*, present : A(Tie ffeott do! __._______ 1.00 Brown do .. ___ .. 65.00 Warrant* .u. _.___..._.____ 1649Balance .Ignrd. and I
-hnirman L. C. Powell, P. M. Pad- Inane Clark do ._-______..____ l.nO 11'1.'Hoaler. do __ _?_?__... B6.00 1920 .______.____ 1888Dlalrlrl G. Clyde. minor'Vialnwright heir of Julia 'rnk A. \ C l.ln.nt I
A. Haxeru Hannah Harrla do .__.__._____ I.BO I. Thoma. do _n_.___ ._ ._.. MOO 21Balanr wrl.I.t will .the W.lnwrl.hl Hi,.*.* T.U.n.v I
et tand A. Martha wilklnnon do -_.------- S.06 C Wimbcrlr do ._____ __.__. 16tf 00 Ocl. 1. 1920 ___ ____.____. 8 2Receipta d..c.. apply Judge to of Go. I
Minutes of lat meeting read and W. N Kpwmana do _____.____ 0.60 Lillian M..k"I do .. _._____ ___.__ 7K.00C during month _._. _._. 18 A5 Florida.,. for County order at private I app..firlnff by affidavit apt-mi. In ,
_.__ ..BO laaurd ___._ 160.N6 ty. an t .1 th
Mr*. Nnm do __ __ i K ._. 76.00 Warrant -- In Ihr *bov* vtatrd ramie I .
of .aid bi fl.d -
ipproved.Thesecri'tary. Hunan R..ln.._____._____ 10.00 Pearl 1 Jonea do ::::::::::= :: 7800Ehlalnth : Overdraft 1. 1. 120 ___.___.__.. 11I.HHDlatrlrt .1.minor a ou.l"h.and the undl.ld.d Inl..1. land . I b di.f.>mlant thrrln *
instructed In to .
was to ex- Martha Gatlln do ..._._____..._ I 66 Cole. d__________, 7800I'e .24 . iva.dcnt of 1hi of Kloridn, n.m.. I
mine into the financial condition ofhe John Wrivht do ______._.___.___ 1.00 rl 1 1..1. do ,.__. _______... 8500Eltle O.I.n. OeU 1. 1910 __ __._ __ 16406 .. tlouh half of 8 and ft. and tlm North htrwrlf *.ihnt ,ft.t. rf cannot on..It.
building and repair Wade Wynn do __.___.____ 00 Spire. do _.______________ 65.00 I 1..I.. during month _h_ ._.____ 8(114 of Lt. of lrf>t 7. morpt MTvcd upon lirr. .. In ov*r th *a of twn.lron .
budget as to J. r. Box do ...._____________._ S.60 I, L Blackburn do ____.........__. 0 00 .u. ____ _ ._.___ .__ 1600 I..Smith f. .L.t s all al Illiick.A of N. J.Jnnea yr.ra ; It U ttirrrfoiv .thm JJ
nd if possible relieve the situation J. G. \Vllliama do ......_._____ 1.00 .'1.1. H.H.Ir dn __. ___._____._ 5500Barney 1.I.n. No. 1920 ._..__ ___.___ 17920Dl.trlrt Addition ft Town of Stark4% Brail- nnn-nwldpnt dffvndnnt ..r..d( hrrbjr,. .14 rttulriHl *-
school.I ErIn Hiuplnbotham do ________ McRaido _____ _____ 65.00Ixxliv No. I ford County, th to .p|>r.r to thf> MM of fllrd
t Rosier Ni wmant Chtldrpn do .......____ s.on Griffin do .___...-...__.- 18.7 It.l.n. Oct. 1. 1020. __ _.____._ 60.00 1'hl. Itnh .10rda 1920.CECIL. In Mid rvuiw m or twfoiw the 6th
I The board Drdered that the salary Martha. McDonald do .....___ ..60 Fyner Knight do ______._.__- n6.111 Recelpla du.ln. month .. .__. _. 1126 c.v .. WAINWRIGHT.Guardian Hity nf nt-cptnlNT. A. I). ) l.n.. th
IT principal of school be Alice Rryant do .....____.______ 2.& 11 T Cranny do ____.___._._.._. 86.60 Warrant* ." _____ __.____._?.? 9.71 for Nina L.C G. Clyde .llrfriitliina of mild Mil br oth..I. eonftwHfd -
the Raifor K. C. Hyrd do ...___._____._ Vera Surreney do ._..____._.?.__ 60.0 Balance . 1920 .....__.._.. W.ln"'rlhl. and .W.lnw'lh (, |>y *.ld d..f.nd.nL.I, tk.n .
Lsed $25 per U F. Melvin do _.___.____ ..00 1.1 rutch do ..._____._.?..-?__ anon Dlatrlrl 1.. 26 Minor.. 'r.k n It In furthor ordrred flint thl ordvr bItuMtnhrd
[ Moved and carried that J. t,. Kos- Catherine Crewa do ....__.___ ..6 M.L II ruuh do __.._____------_. 65.00 Balance Ort.: 1. 1920 _..?... 18999Receipta .19t-1-n wwk for four eorutMutlv*
for monies paid -out Marffarrt Roberta do __________ K W Gihnon do ............_.._-_ 68.00I.ula during month ............. 1.8 Wf-rka In .thr. Tlirraph, a !
r be reimbursed Martin do _.__._____ 1.00 Gibnon ____.__;.___ 6600 I Warrant* iaeued ________-__._...._.. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN KALE nrwnr.TvT IrMorunl.Id and Btat !1
? Ronier school for incidentals.i Wii.Nettli-a do ____ ; ____ 1.00 A O Jenkln. d._?_._.._.__.._ 76.OO 1.1..o Nov. 1. 1920 __._.___._. 1\.11 Thirty day. af1.r dnte I. the under* ThU fl".r puhl.hl, 1910. Cuny .
The contract for putting dow well Richard do .___._____ 1.00M. Sarah .n.l. d____..._.-...___. 8600bophie I Itlatrirt .1 a. Guardian for G...W. Hick.. Clar W. T. WEEK
i .on. do _______ 4.00M. _._...??-_ ''O..r.a Oct 1. 1920 ___...._ 28 .I"n. Will. ray' Illrka. Wondmw <(8I) Clrealt Court. .
Woodlawn school was awarded to M.I Tr l do .________.___ 1.60M. Ma 1.n"l-_.?. 19. during month .............. 16.48 .Hick. II.k.Olln Hick., minor of a. W. By CI.rl. KNIGHT.

.. and the secretary was in- Karah Klirdon do .?.__._.__ Haael Hooper do .._. :::..W600: ".rrnl I.. .._____?.?__._..?_ 82,81 Hick*, dreeannl. will apply to th* HonorableGeo. C Deputy C1t rV. j\
KEen have materials placed for Kate. Collina do ....______._____ 8.00 Jonle K.-ller do -?____=.._..- 66.00 . 1. 1920 ..........___ 1949Dl.trtet *A. Gardiner, County Judge of Bradford 1 A. r. AHFCINS. _
ftructed to kate Fmclor do _____.__.___._ 1.00 J Keller do __.___....________ 6.00Maletta 1.. in County, llorlda, for an order to aell at prlate Solicitor for Ct>mitliilniint.NOTICK ,.
me. Jerry John do ,__,__,__.,..___, !. Johmon do __ _....._,- 6600 1.I.n" Oct. 1. 19JO ....en..,,__ 1 I.I8 al* the -tine-alxth ) Intereat 10.2p.111- i ..
.__. ., .__.. .. n. W __ ._ during month .......
motion the following innurjice Manner Dyal do -- --- > .. L. I .do .__...? .. 76 00J 1 each nf .aid minor. In .
Upon M. M. H.don do .._.....________. 1.00 A Jonea. do ___________u._..._ "6.00 I. ____....._ ._ ...._ 8116 to-wltl t. lulowtn"t..11
companies are to handle all inurance Carrie Albert do .__.._____.____... i00Mn. .1 K Kelly do _____......__.___... 76.00 Balance Nov.". 1920 ._._,___..__.. I.nd In BlockEleen I Not If e In hereby rlvon IhHI th
on school houses and furniure Ruth Broeky do _________. 10.00Ixmli E Kelly do _____...........____.... 11.06 Plor. .II Lot.* .1. Bin, Seven and EI"h. Cor* I*. Canon udmlnlntrntrix.u".I.n...
H. Hill deputy re(. officer 1 .... 8.66 C B Mcllenry d__..__.-__..___. 16.60 Balance Oct. 1. ..?........._. 181.13Receipt In the Town of' '.I.dor of b.rl. P. Canon.. HiTi>..rd, HrcrnilHr.
as folows: Wm Johtmon do 2 ......________._ Maltie ripike. ___.__... ___-,___ 1.60 during month ............ County. Florida, according Railroad.f Bur. 1R. lfi.i o. Pt 10 orlock in he form.-on on of .ald J.judire
J. & Co., H. C. Wall and t. H. Gn-en do 1 ...... u: Ida Hankaraon do ........."....____. Warranta iMUed -----___.-.......... 1 Georgia Southern and Florida dny "'UI i' tnt and ninkc a Annl 'hrn tn
I& Inman to handle school P. C do .: ..:::........ r.nnie Jonea du ___-.__._...-..___. 6600 Balance Nov. 1. 1920 .___._____ 18.1, .. 1920. th CiiHirm* A. G.rdnrr.! .
al B P. Ha i' 6 .. ....._______ 1000J. Lillian Cooler, do .-....._..__ <5.00N Dialrlrl Ne. 1* 1 Thin the 19th day nf JnAt l"nMhl. Florida. ..unt.! hl. 1
U8C and furniture in county P. do ........._____.__ 4500 I A Brantley do ____________..-_. V8.75 Balanee Ort. 1. 1920 ................ 100.12 MRS CARRIE rhnnitwm nrd"'d .lnly nf nnld In
ith the following exceptions, Woodiwn A A Futch do ........___....._. 10.00 Ilamld C. Wall I.ur.n. ._......__. 62 46 R.Ipl d.rln. month .............. 8.01 for G. W. Hlcka. {I..n. II.k. th* Town nf th. .urhn..e Florida, of hrr county rciiotHnd ,
W H Andrew. Jr do 8 4 ..... 10.00R. J R Davla A Co ____............. 62.48 I.u. __................. 10.6 Woodrnw HI.h. WIl. HI.h aeeount It..k. udmlnUtratrlx of atdTOtnttp
Futch, Davis Roler1 Iighland. T. Taylor do .....:::.-::=..... 6:(0 I Brown Inman Co do ____........... 127.71 1.I.n. IB.'O ----- \8.11 Olln HI.k. 1.1\.1.1-1 untl will then and therw I t- : ! [eilbronn and one-half of H T do 10 .......___........ 1000 I J H Scarborough Incld Ilrannen ....... I Dlatrlet I Na. 21Balanee for lirr d! ebrir* auch' i
in of Lawtey be C B 1..1 do 1 .................. 000 H 8 Knight teaching .___,_____.___. 1000Intemit Oct 1. 1920 ..?.........._. 90.R* MASTER'S' BALI trl..
hool house tow t R M Klnr. do It _____.______._.._ (00 ..Inkln. fund dl.t I tranafer 1 Reeelpta during month .............. 1.81 Notice U hereby given and t>yvirtu luttMl at Slarke, on thl October
ndled by L. H. Ji. of Lawtey. W J Epperaon drawing jury et et .._ 2.6 I of ry I"._. _____.___........... 468.& Warrant" l 1..u.t _____............... f a final decree of foreclosure made IS, n.rlda.
I Moved and that the secrery Drew .uppllea Co judge ............ Interest I.Irking fund dlo 2 tran.fer Balance . 1920 ....__... 92.1 and rendered by Hon. B. A. Thraaher. Judg* 120. CORA U CASON.
of Drew C do _______......____.._. '.10 I of ry t". ..______..-._._.__._..2<< 40B November 1, 1920. of th* Circuit Cur of Florida. In and forIr.dl.r lO-U-Pt-12-10. A. Admlnlatratrlx Afomald.ORDFR .
take up the matter repairs to Drew C clerk ct ct ______....... .94 M Dowllnv com tax col 2 .......... II.67 BRADFORD COUNTY.8T C.unt. th* 22nd day of Octo
he stable on the Bradford High Drew C do county judge .......... 411Geo I M Howling refund taxea S ....._,-. 14."5 _TE OF FIXlltlDA. J. W. Pettyjohn ..comSlainant. -
and have same put in D Darnard Co do clerk ........ .O.BI I M Howling com tax col 8 .-__.-___. 2*.20 I hereby certify, that th* foregoing ..tare.ment . and Mr*..I. O. Parker, Mr*. LI.. OF BFRVICB BY PURUCATION
ihool grounds W T Week. 1 mo clerk etc _____??. 140.25 M Do'lnl com tax col B ........... S.28 of the Receipt, and It.bu..m.1 of and J T ltk. her huaband. T In the Circuit Court. ft the Slate of .
roper condition for occupancy. Geo A Q ardincr drawing jury ._..,__ 1.00. EM". dl.t 17 ___._............ 1.00 the fund of Bradford Parker.. J. K .. U Parker. Ida J.I'.k. In and fnr llradford Cunl". 'I"rd.
,motion November was deared E M Johtie 0 attorney .............. 4.11 N I Tyaon Janitor dint I ......_...... 86.00 of October, 1920, I. true and correct to thebeet and C. C. I'arker, her huaband. H. I.ulu M. Lanirlry.,
| Upon Dr. 1 C eo phyaiclan -.------. 4. N Hull Intld' S ._-.-.___.__..__ IS.00 of my knowledge' and belief Clay Fatkcr Ire*.!* B O'QuInn and B.0Qulnn. cm"
a legal holiday for teachers John .Wi. ..____________.. SB.00 W M Edward, wood 8 _______....... 42.25 E.: R. POP FELL. her Ben M. vaJen f
d pupils in order that they Jay at- Elliott Miner Co adjuit machine .... I.BI I J W Whltet Bon Incld 8 ........... 4.2 Superintendent of Public Inatructlon.FINANCIAL Porter '. hn"t law of R, C. .r J. Chrl.tlanon, ct,

fair.P. H G Manon carpet and nalla ..____.. Bank of Starke ineld t ..______ ker, deceased. i. Frn.. ".rk.r.
nd the county Btarke Telephone e phonea .......... 1.n'/I/ City Light Plant l"hl .water 8..., 16.VO Parker. Vcrlle Bernlce mlnnr. NOTICBB TO
| M. Padgett offered the followresolution. City Uirht Plant Ilirhta and water ... 10.25 J JC I 10t Orug Co. .............. 1.76 1 BTATRMFNT OF COUNTY Ruby I'arker. a minor Clvaie Parker, Nntlr* I. brrebr vlven to .1 J'FFNPAN I.rl. .I.ln.
Resolved that this A Knlnht aupr reg and poatage .... 23.RH I Hainlop 0..11 10 ............. 14.78 FUNDS Henry ".rk... a minor and Imogena Parker, In. an Intereal under Jen. Chrl.l.n.on
H G Manon .uppl. tax col ......... 5.00WJ I J W Wilklnnon ____............. 27.20 Monthly financial, etatement of Bradford a minor and A. T. Adklna, .u.rl.n ad II* M Oomtn. I.. M. Ltt., Mra. .
ard pay no bills of trustees or Buivisors blot boxea ete __. 85.00J W Whit.Son Incld 1......__. 2.KOi County for the month of 1920. .m for aald minor helra at T. B. tle. T. i. Alderman. Long, Mar
until they have submitted L..Underbill. wood ._____________-._ (7.00 ; V 1<.kltr do 16 ___ _._.___... 2.DOJ Oi. I'ak.r. an heir at law of the eatat* of II. C. A Alderman. I. O. 1'0..1 and W. O. B.I)

board. Mr. I W W Biiadrn cattle dip .__.... 10.00 F do 8 .........__...... 1.86 Oct. 1. C..I 1920 .._.....__. .4646.06Receipta I'.rk. deceaaed. D. O. Melvln and I'rd.n. both doing .. . 10w.1 A l.w.l.. .
line to this Padgett mov- E E Uee _____________. 10.00 J. W Morgan free book. 1._...__.L 2fl.24 during month .. ..-....__Ifnfl.88Warranta A M.I.ln. hta wife, Q. W. M.lvln. . M. Truby. C. IS, .". .. Naval
Its adoption Mr. Hazen seconded Bradford .. Telegraph aup tax e.1 l .. 18.70' J Morgan Ineld IH ____._._._...... 7.80J Inaued __ ? _...._____1092.22 Rivera and Emma Rivera, hi* wife. J. W. Btorea .n'.ny. Gilbert W. Roe, 11..t.
it was unanimously adopted, J M Brownlee 1 day with b..r mileage 4 BO | K Crew, do I___....____._._. 2.78 Balance Nov. 1. 1920 _??_____._._..6407.07 Padgett and dreary I.dai. hi* wlf.. are Ro* Pui'iif** and her hualiand. I> ,
ne and O V Brook, do _______....._______. 9.10 8 M Moore do ._____.__________. I.U Fine and Forfeltara FoniBalance defendanta. I, c maater In Hurin-M, J. B. Futch. N. P. Minnie
he following resolution was ofTerhy -. Drew Kcddi.h do _______.....____. t.40 J W Holme, do 28 __............... 1500 Oct. 1, 1920 .__.....__.....2888.86 chancery, hav*Ak.W upon th* following de.acribed L A. Wyatt. I. Cutbn., owen.
Mr. Pad ett: W J Eppernon do .______........... ..60 Fred Green janitor 28 .__.......... 11.00 Receipt during month ................ Ml.84 I.nd In Bradford Can B. L 10. T. Adklni, llurten II. Cotlielt .
Jim.R.noll do ...............____. (.00 Mathin Bynum do 28 ................. 10.00 Warrant"* laaued ________ .__......... 272.75 folo. t.wU II. WII.m. Georv* Chrl.t.n.
.orld. .
Resolution to borrow money for payWhoroas C A do ___._____________... 7.40 Lake Butler Hank Innt 2__.___..... 78.84J Balance Nov. 1, 1920 ._.___. ........2921.96 Quarier (BW\ > of Northea.1 aon, William J. R. .
1: it appear that this Amanda Thoma. raiiie papuper 1 mo.. 11.6, H Scarborough Ineld 2_____.'-... 8.66 R. Fan* Suthw.t ") t Northwwt Quarier ( NWUIof ) I all drcl.. or any of tltem nr
hand monies gulfiint B M Itowltnir com tax col ...__.____ Tomlln.on M.ln. Drug C book. 28. 49.06 Balance Oct. 1. _.__ 106.22 . fioutheant 4SRH4I NoitheaatQunrter either *. devlae*, oth..I.
urd has not on Quarier I .1.lm.nt.
Inaao Clark pauper ralae ............. 8.00Total J W Morgan free bonk. ........7.. 10.04 during month __........... (NEW) Southwent Quarter (BWHI) and tct all iiartiiw . any .rnl.
to pay for the operation f the - J W Morgan do 28 _______._....... 16.80 r..I'.t. In.ued ..____...._. .f (8EU) or northwe tQurter whataorvrr In the In.._
ools of Bradford county. Thereto ....___ ______________..... 982.111 Ella G. Mlnuin teaching 1 ..___....... 1.0 Balance Nov. 1. 1020 _- __ ..___... 10622Oatatandlng and Sotithea|NWU*! Qu..r II Northeaat Quarter N."h..t Qu..r I.nd.,....1. quarter t
156 10 Elnie G4lleaa l do ....... .. ..
Co. Telegraph pub notice etc > > 20 .. .... S.IO fmn4Balance andTwelve (NE' BEHI ._Ion (
be it resolved, that this board lrd.for Fine and Forfeiture Fund I Ettyc Spire, do 8 .___.........___.. 10.00 Oct. 1. 1920 _.___ n_ 876.88 (NEK) of NorthwMt Qu.r. .(id NWV4M of North- twn.ho all (81.) rani* tw.nt.I.* 11.
(12) on *
row the sum of W J Eppvmon feeding priHoner. ... 102.0B L Li Blackburn do 12 .___.__.____. 12.00 month .............. aerea th Northwaat at QuarterINWVil nf nnrtheaat quarter ((8% 121 N}
Dolar. du.ln. went Quarter (NWU)
W W 1.I.d.n iruard at jail .... ___ .. lionler do 14 -_.__..._-.-__. 8600 ____..... ........ (22)1 and CM I I. cant half of quarter ofnorthwect
jit um being neceuar W W .I.d.n w.hln. at jail ______._ 2.nn Barney McRae do K .............._. 16 .a.. 1920 __.M._ 876.88 f of Section Tw.nty-wo of 8outbea.t Quarter nor h..<4 of )
rpo e during next thirty days W J Eppenon a.. M Mann ...___ 87.U 1 IxMlle GrofTia do 21 _......___..... S.7 Drainage Fane .n Ten OO Acre> nn South Side .ectliin thlrty-lx II'( ). tnwnahlp *l NW\'I.,

the note of this board be t>r Gononan do ..............______. 2.20Eu.U. Eyder Knight do 24 ?-...._.--..-__. 1.06 Balance Oct. 1. 192n _ ._ 120 90Reeelpta Qu.rr ((8E 4)) of Bouthweat Quarter Yard IIW1 ranire twcntytwo ( (11)| vouthwret quarter( of
given Crw. do ............---. 2.BO I I T Croaby do 27 ............._.... during month ... ._..._.n. h.ln. On..'und. Ten (110)Section wa n.rh..t quarUr 48WU of .
fcroforMr _____ ..._____ 2.20 do 28 ............ ? aero.* aald Ar. of NEtuth.
Rev. Wella do V.r Surrency ... 20 00 Warranta laaued .. ......._.__.... .t quarter of aniithr-aat quarter
| t Padgett moved the adoption of Jack F.rrelly do ......_......._._ H Futch do 80 ..................... 10.00 Balance Nov 1, 1D20-- __.___ _.- 120.90 f IIBI. all In Townahlp and Seven, .(7) Sulh RangeTwenty bo- wet quarter (8W of HB>4 of n.rh.
(20)) F.aal. *
Jene Dowling do ..---.........--- 2.BO I M 1" and refund 8 ..... 7.81 Penalon rVnd .,1 .1 .h. M Ion rfeven (II\) townihlp NW\I.
I and Mr. Ilazen seconded the Walter bitten do _______._______ 2.80 I I M nwln. do 12 _________........ ?.1 Balance Ocl.Wldo.1. 1920 _______.__ __ 18438Receipta fore the court hotlae .. Rl.k..... Brad hour* ranire twenty.two ((22)) I weat (quarter..n ( nfnnrtheaat ),
ford ,
Ition and upon roll call the vote Paul Jnhnaon do ........__________ 2.20D. M com tax 001 14 ....... month ___122.18 .unty. "Iord. hln 1 of northMuit (Wof
unanimous, same being declared .. Handley do ...___..._______.__ 220 I M Dowltnv do 22 ....._........ 'S.II Warrant d\.ln.I.u.d _____.n n'____ .n n___, 9000Balanee of ber...1.1920! on to eatlafy, and 4U day.aid of n.- NE'4' Qu.r.NRtt>. .qu.r.r nuartcr of
Mabel John, doT I M Dowllnndo 28 .__...._._. 18.61 Nov. 1020 _.._ .._ tn.1 northMuit quarter (NWU of
bpted by the chairman. F Norman rr--::::::::::::::::: : I M Dowlln. do 26 ................_ 1, November lit, 1920.nn 118.& cree and coat*. Bald property. t r* half of went nf NEII., ) ..wat of

he resolution appended hereto F M Nnrman do ...____.____. 1.00 I I M DwUn. do 27 ........___.._... I..? County, the P"'IK'r of the defendant T.m. eaah. n.rb..t ". bi(WMi .of"th..t WMj of KWV. of
was Jim HnrnHby do .........__________ 1.60 I M. do 22 .._________..... 1268 Ir.Mor of A. 8. CltKWS. NK14)), nunhwMt quarter ( .
. offered by Mr. Pad ett and sec- Oiwle Canon do ....._.__________._ 1.00 : M Dowllnf do 2-._._-.._....... 28.10 T hereby Forida the foregoing atatementof II.6-6t.12-8. Special Manter In Chancery.SPECIAL .t quarter of .nuthweat .NWI'(NW nur.

,'d by Mr. Hazen and upon roll Johnnie John do .._____________._ 110Ceo. I M Dowllng do .........-..__._. 44.81 the .rlf. and dinburaementa nf the 8WW, WMt of *outhwt ofaoulhwrat
.......__..____.___ M Dowllng do ..... ...h't. h.1 Q".r.
name was unanimously adopted Rhuniua do I 2 ............. 16.60 f"nr. of Bradford County for the month of MASTER'S 8AI.RNotloe (WMi nf IWof HWU).
1020. I. true eorn>ct to the beat In hereby glvn that under and by .ictinn nine (n>, ( ), ran-r*
tig I resolution to allow the board I Total __.__._____________. 207.40 FINANCIAL BTATFMRNT COUNTY SCHOOL and belief..01 virtue cf that final_decree made and renderednetnnrr twi
[ public instruction of Bradford I Fine and Forfeiture Fond .I FUNDS W. .. WEEKS, 15. A. D. 1920 by the lunge or tne northweat quarter -of amitheaat quarter
W J FniM-raun, N A II rant ley ___. 12.00 (SRAL) Clerk Circuit Court.Bradford Circuit Cur In and for Bradford County, < NW4 ..f 11.ton) fifteen ( IK), town
(iity to fund certain indebtedness K Wtnt wltneM.................... i.80 I County aupertntendrnt'* flian.ial statement County.By .'I..ldH. .h.n..r. In that certain caiwe ahlp nlglit ( ), twenty-two ((22)) aouthrnat -
I .... 220 nf county .1.01 for th* month ofOctclier C. A KNIGHT. wherein A. la complainant, qu.r.. of northwtet quarter |BRU nf
urred prior to July 1, 1915.oard Mm J J Handlvy .................... 220Lucy 1920. Deputy Clerk.NOTICE and A. J. J'D and C. P. ID. are defendanla, wrat half of northweet quarter (WH
adjourned to meet first MonDecember. do ............________. 221) General S.hol Fan4 the undemlgned .. wi offer nf NWW). *outhwl quarter I8W14)). M*>
I'rr D W Alvarel 8.S2 Ovedraft Oct 1. 1920 ................. 850.72 for .. before the .... tlon th. 11, townahlp eight (R), rang*
Ceo A cane t.rk.
I W J G.rlne ..__.._____...... 1400 R..lpt. during month -_._....._.__8002.6. OP APPI ICATION FOR TAX DFEIIJNDFR I,lorida, between the legal hour of .. twenty-two ( ) | eaat half nf aotithwcnt quar
L. C. POWELL W W EI.on llaindcn witnnu _____. ____ 1.Ol> W.rrnl I.u.d ...... .........,....7fAI.U 8FCTIOV 5T OF TOP Monday, December nth. A D. 1920. to the ter nf north-wit quarter t tf% *f BWM of N
Chairman. W J EmoTMin do .....___.________ K"" I 11.I.n. 1. 1H20 ________ _... 21.88 (aH.RA.: BTATI'TF.SHereby hlghent and brat bidder for caah th* followingdeacrllied E ). wmt half nf wrat half of aniithweatquarter
E K POPPELL Silan Mte do ________________ 1.<"> PI.t rd Ne. 1 nol.. .I..n that T J. Ald.r.n. property *ltuated In Bradford county. > nf nnrtheaat quarter IWI of WV4 of
I. E: Winer ________________ 1.n" Balance Oct 1, ___.-.__.-..... 278.70 purchaser .f t., certlfleate* numlieredreanectively Florida, t.wlt BW 4 of N.41.; .oulhfa.t of nnrthWMit \
Secretary.NOT.Cn Charley Silcox Juror do .........-....-__.. 1 n 1<..I..L durlnir month ..... --__.... 80II UK, 18. 87. UK, 81. 49 64 Th Qu.rr of th* NnrtheantQuarter quarter (SE nf NW'xll, weat half of
Abe Iliinent do _______ __u_ ____ 1.0 .. I.ue ___...____........... 1000 161. 13 anil 201, In.u.'d liy the Collector of the oulh.. quarter of Sec. B.To.n.hlp .weat. lilf nf .oiitnw-wt Q".r". of *outhr.t I
llnlance' 1820 _...____...'211421 Florida Sulil cerllfl.eale .rt. (WMi of WM 8W'4 nf .
F C do .._______.... 101 1 No. -- for Bradford County, 5 Sulh. Range 22 E. D BBMII)
TO DEBTORS G C Holn..worh____._______________. 1 0 niatrlrt S 1K5 1".ln. dated the 4th day of Sept. ten acrva, mo. I***. nf went half J E BeMon S..I do __..____..____ .____ n.lance Oct, 1, 1820 :___........... 4.10 A. D. 1011. f.'d .,'rUI. "18 being dnt.d the D. K. KNIGHT.Special .f the aoulhraat qurti-r lEI of WVi at .
[ wish I to those who Gardiner Cha. Gilyard __ 221 11''I.l during month .............. 1.20 2ml 1917. anil C..rll..t. KW(4 of BFTKI I. avotlnn ((12), town, .
to Geo A .case
say owe me W J Fppenon do ......____...... M.BnJ W..rnl Iniunl ._ ...-.-....-....__ 24.52 6. 87 r.v, ni..n., 40, 0.. 161, 101 and A. S. CREWS. M..r. .hip five (81,, rang* twenty-two (22)), con.talnlng 'I'
practice done for them prior to A.Warren wltnera ____..______.____ 2.10 .. Nov. I. 19.JO ........____._ 1922 dated Mh dliy of A"".o. A. D 1918. and Solicitor' for { l.ln.nt. 11-6.61-12-1 In .1 one thmiaand, forty ((1040)) acraa .
entry into the service or C C McCall do _________________. '2.10 niatrirl N*. t baa flled the ..hl ..rll..t. In my nfflee more or ., In Ilrdford county, .
any A Ed Wllllnm. _.__ 274 Oct 1, 1920 .....___....____ S4.21 and baa madn .. d.d 1< 1 1.. And you and each of you ..h-n>tiy order*
kt> my I..tur to civil lfe. that I G.o W .1 G.rdlne, do cane...___........_____ 17.DO lUcelpt. during, month -.....__..._._ R.2.08 .lie In accnrilnnce with law. The nftlil certlficatea NOTII ed t arttcar In the, atuiv* entltl-d toanwr .f
In Circuit th .ur
Elinemin Slat of Florida.
MM, __________..__.._. KM" embrace the followingInnIn 1.* ,* of flled
prefer to settle you per.ill.v Ed Meadow, wltnew ________.__.__ 1.70 W.rr.nL I.ul rennertivt4y and for Bradford County. ( hi complaint .In' ,
but owing to removal to F.ffie Smith do ._.....____.________. 1.70Sarah 1U20 ________ 847.8H In Bradford County,, Florida, anneaaeil. I.ula M Langley, I you In named caiia*. nn the third 0.1 -
my do ____________________ 1.70 I I ni.trl't N*. 4 ,lit th* date of the hu.u.n. of inch ..rll..t. I uf .lanuary, A. D IV2I. .
ikxonville it will be impossible to Ceo A (I.rl caae D Brockington nalance Oct 1, 1920 ....._______.__172.It In the name. renimetl-ely 1".lr.'t. I..r", Cm.I.ln.nt lh* llradford Cuunty 'IrU'graph I I. hereby J

aU) of you. I will retain these ac- W J Eppenon G.rdlne do ....>...!..,......-_ 2.11. KVceipta during month .............. J.H7 ul.rly aet f.rth. ,.. ICertificate Jen J. Chrlntlannon v et al, J 1 dr.'lgn.U>d .. Hie, nowapatier, In which thla ':
W W llauden wltneM ______________. 1.00Geo uuiu.' ____ _............ No. NorthwentOunrter notice .1.1 Iw puhlUhed fur r'wi'lv* .u..HI..
ut! for a short time BO that those A Gardiner cane Frank RoMlgnul 2.16 I, ",. .. 1020 ___...______._. I7(.18 of Norh..t .. 6 A In NF I.r.ndn" BY PUBLICATION 1 w<>.,|4. t Maid 8rd day of January, A. D. ''

> wish may either remit to me di- W J Ei.rxT.on' do ____.___._______._ 11.00 No. Cor, See. A. I. E., 86 acre*, NOTICE TO KNOWN 1921. ,
Geo.A (iardlni-r .. Cyril ... Halance Oct 1, _.?....._. 21821 aeaMcd Unknown, PEFFNfANTI I Witi. my hanil and .*>.1! of olTlce thla I
or leave at the Bank of Starke W J EpIH-raon do ...___ _____... 2.11 u..l durlnir month ____......__._ Certificate No embrace* Hoiithwent Quarter To A. Wyatt. renldlng ely ElPano il.y of n.l.h. A. I). !
1 In thn
.2 of Colorado
be placed to my credit. At the neo.A (. ca t. I.ue ______. _n____...___ (29 of Northeaat Q..rl'", Sec. 10 T,.. 6, 8.R .tate I T. WEBKS,
bper time I will place accountsthe W J Eppemon. .rdln"do _.__Hli.r_____Wiiam..___._. 18.D5 Ilalanc* 1920 ________.___.- 2208i 20 K. 40 aerea, ..d ITnknnwnCertificate L In M 111. .and of M.Dublin L., M.In Ilt. realdIng of- Clerk of Clrrult C my Ephria mKennedy ____....__.. 1.70 III-1 rirt 1.. No 6 .mbr. North Half and .h 8t.l II.t of Florida. .I
hands of an attorney for collec- .Itn. Oct. 1, 1920 ____ ..... ... 190.68 Georgia I IGillnrt ( ,'. Iy C. A. KNir.IIT. .
II.url I Urn Ith do ____-____..-._-.____ 1 70J 1.I.n. ? ? F.ant Half .f Routhwent Quarter and South. W. Roe. renldlng In the city of
__ durlnir month .............. See. R. E. 660 Deputy Clerk.
Pay now and save W Clark do ._ _.._ 1.70 r..I'.t. rat Quarter. 81. Tp 21 Milwaukee
I. In the State of WlHon1n
DR. expense. W B Miocker ____.un______._____.. ... 1.70 i ..u. .._._.._......... ._ '.8 ..r. annenned Unknown.Certificate J. revldlng In th IWII.m |city of CHARLES A. rOWFn. 1.
ALBERT H. FREEMAN. A Gardiner .... John Hollina ___ t.HI Bkl.n. 1930 _____ ...._____ 18.2 No 87 embrace. Com at NE Cor In.the 1.. of Wlaconaln Bullcltnr' { .
\ St James Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. (. Fpxrnon| do .._._.____._____... I.n ( niM-ltfNo. T nf land .old to E Kite and run N 105 ft.thence O"hk.h C In th i city of I
"2.4t. W W llul.di-n witne*. ..._._.__.. ._ 1.00 Balance Ocl. 1, 1920 -.-_?..?? __ 18B.45n W 105 ft 8 along ..lit line 106 f. .l.rr In tl,10..1. of reldlng Colorado nKOEI or IIY Pimi.lCATION
>.el.. durfnic month ................. 10.20 thence E 105 ft beg. Bee. 1". Tp 6, B. .I.t t fERVIf the Btat
Total __ ___...__....______. n'_ 111,7 I W.rrnl. limued ____................. 21 E.. anaeaacd A t. L Crewa .Klixaheth:J. Burgian, both Burg realding*** ,and In hunband.the city Dr.A. nf. 'I In and for .lrdfor:u.County, of Florida.
>Ids Cause tlnp ana Influenza n.l.n.. Nov. 1. 1920 ---------.---176.85 .rlf..u No 8H ...N 1-3 of Norb. In the atate of Wl conln Lulu M. .
Dl.trlct N I I
ATIVE BROMO QUININE remove thi BILLS PAID BY SCHOOL BOARD I I Kalanee Oet. 1, 1920 .__*:.__...__ A..t: .Qu.r.r at of SE .rh..t. Quarter, 1 -. realdlng In the city of v* .
Table. I, ( bd aervicea __ ________ 4 20 Kcn-lpt durlnir month ___......_... 1108. .m Nfrh."t Qu.rl. Vllllken. In of Colorado I Cmt.I.ln.nt I .
Thi 10..1 nf Northwent anrl .
Quarter yardn.S J. .
run .
re m tnone! .Ut. .Qlwlr.: P do _.___ ____ ___ 7 20 _ la hereby ordered that you and each of .0" !., \
1R, .Inn .. n .Murd __ _____._____ In.oo1.IHn.o 146 2-8 ..IH.. E 132 yda. N 146 2-8 yd. tolieu. I
4 SIIT.JSE A H. do _______ ____ 700 epiicar on the 6th dy of llecemlier. A. Plend.nt. |
... A en n Nov. 1, 1920 .___a._______.__ 4 A. See. 20. T,.. S. S. R 21 E. 17Acre. NOTICE TO
C A Knight clerical work __n___..... 85 00 niMrtrt Ne. I 11.08 D. 1920, l the b.1 of complaint flled hereinagalnat IJ"'NIANT
annenaed O C SafinCertificate To Jen J. ,
I R l'o.t.1 traveling exitenne... _____ ?5.00 Ralance Oct. t, 1020 ................ 80.S3 No HO H 1.8 nf North. you In entitled cauae.The 7. Adkln.*, llurten Chrl.tln.on.CorWtt L A. A
"DIAMOND DYES"Dye R 1'01..1. Incld office e___u___ JS.B Ki celpta durinir month .._.._._ .._. 2.78 .1. .. Bradford County Telegraph la hereby I. Ilr"*
weft Quarter of Northeant Quarter, 18 1-8 A : C'hrlHtlanaon. the ;
...... delgnated .. the In which thlanntiac of whom. .
E R aalary 150 new.paper .I.n.e
W.r.nt. luurd _____ ._ _____ .
; I : -? alo com at Cor Nnrtlunat Quarter ofNorthwent every, 1* unknown.It .
W R Hal.Uip Vandnrbullt: chl U 00rlurrouxh Nov. I. 1920 ______ ______ fF ball be pul.l.h.d for four .n.uUv.
l.t.n. 2.09 and N 141 2-8 I I.
run yd..
Add ... payment .... 2*.00renole ntatrlrt Qu.r. week, prior to 4lh day of December, A hr-rrlty o.d..d that ynu and each of ,
rUk Ch.mlrl .C .__._ 24 M Ralance Oct. I, 1920 ._1.__ I..* ... W 132 .d. f 146 2-1 vd" I 132 yd* t beg. I. 1020. you appear t the bill of complaint II.d here.
right matoriaL _. .. .
Dn't C .r.v.n ? 28,81 4 A. f. T, 6, B. R. il E., acre*, hand and aeal of offle In ".In.t you In th* abirve entitled
87 no 1 om
my *
Each of Ir.dlor Co 1'el."rt.h prlntln. R.e pt* durin* month ____..... aae .. T Win thl. nf I-cember ..a ,
"Ui .1.'repair. L ..hol __ H5Connumer. Warranta tallied __ 1.,1 201 .y of October, A. D 1920 : P. 1920.
.f.. _._ _.____ 14.78 North Half of t'.hlhl '
rnond County 1rU
Djea" entiu dir Lbr C. new .ehool hou..t 1.I.n". Nov. 1. 1920 ................ 214.88 C.rf..t Southennt ehr. of NnriheaatQuarter W. T WEEKI. .. th >grah I* lierehy '
tion* any Woodlawn __ ._ .._, __ 800.noS .f QI..r Clerk Circuit Cur In and n.dford newap.per' In which 'hi
tlat N. and South Half of North ofBouthwent notine .hall be
woman can anew B Wnodard ...l.un.. ..-- 84* Balance Oct 1, ______I_ ._.. HHI (.unty. II.t Florida pulillahvd for *ight con .
I aiamonil-dye M H Moody do .____...__ ._._ l -- 11.' Quarter nf Northweat Qu. and (1..1)) 1v C. A. tlve wr ha prior l..10 8th day of Il >mbr,
rioh I 81.14 celpla durinie _____ KNIGHT.Deputy .
\ fade Ie.color into month _ 2.7 North Half nf South Unlf of ftnuthwent Qua A. I). 1120.Wltnm .
old D F MrDn.ld dn ---- -.---.. .- 23.1 W..rnt. ".u ____.___..___..... ter of Southwent Quarter and Half ofSouthea > hand
gnrnlmt. draperies, cov> I B M llwln. refund on poll t.. 1.11 1.I.n.. . m __ ____..____ t of Sonthwfat Weat Quarter and CIA le.FR A. l'OWER.1.lalt. day of October my A. and ami of .11. thl l.t
"I everythingwhether J H material. ... .. ?< '. I wool H Scarborough do _____ ._..... & I North***t Qu.r.. of Snuthra.t Quarter of W. T.
cotton or n.l.n. I. _______-_.__ WFPK8.
.ik. Ol. Southwent Quarter and Went Half of Clerk Circuit In
| mixed I J O material and ... . II "0 R..h.l. month ___._....... SB2.18 of and NOTICE TO DEBTORS AHf CKEIMTOHfl Cu. and
i C C material Cul'or___ ___ 1700 W..rnl ti.ui-d __..?._.. _.. IB.DJ Half Q".r. l Buy "Diamond _
Dyes'1- no Bradford Co. _.__ W4 BOFlla .. __ _ .. Qu.r.r .f Tulh..t Quttr.ter. Mion. of Bradford eounty. A. KNKillT.
l.nk 1.I.n. I. 1920 _..._._- See 12. Tp. 6, 8 22 ... lat Floi. IHKAI.) .
nthcr kind-then -perfect re.ult G .____ __ An 00 Illalrlrt 18BO .R F. 101 requeeted to pay their Deputy CI.rk

are guaranteed even If Rhoda Bennett do _______.J--. ...... 4076Laura Ralanee Oet 1. 1920 ._1.___......__.... *.'d Unk.n.n.C.rlf..I.. No. 64 embrace forthwith, .nd.1 p.r. having {lAKf.FS A. I'OWERB,
Bolloltor for
Wilklnnon do ._.._ .._._ f H.00 18.8 R.ul.H.t Quar galnat **ld file th* duly Complainant.NOTKE 10.R.UI.II.I
have never dyed, before. --- durn. month .......... . .1.1 .m.
J>ruKglHt ha"Diamond .::1.1. nillreplo do ......_._....._- *5.noOllle Warrant ___._._..__ ... R. 1M N.rhw... f.. 1. .u.h.n.I.Ld. with untferlgned admlula-
Dye* aaaeaaed Wllillam
Hague do '....__.___.__. _.. Ml.00Ada Ralanc* Nnv. <. 1920 _____________._ F. .. trt.lx .Ithln on* year rrmi. date h.rl. or OF FINAL
Color 18 rich colon.frARUIAN __ 18.Q6 .rlf..t. l l embrace* fl 10 A of they will be forever barrea.Thl f'IIOAMGR
Cd" RiiglMer do __.._..._._- ".00Mr. Ul trrf :: BlMty day.
A L Drlggera ____ .__.... RB.00Nina n.l.n.. N. R."h..t Q".r.r of Bouthweit Quarter, See. 15th day of October, 1 2fMRS. after date b-reof. I. the underHllrned -
--- d Oct 1, 1920 __.____ ____ admlnl.trator .
287.71 16. Tp 7, B. R. 20 10 anaeued Un if th* of
act *
_.___ ...... .. 1. C. A. MIXONAdmln'atralrlx . .I.t. I.
00 ___ .
SALE OF LAND Wii.. d fl".I"t durinir month _.. ..___ I known. C. d-eeaaed, will .
'I day, Edna ...._.......... _. 18. of of C. A. Mlxoa, Cmft prrent my ..h.
after dl>to herMf ,?. ??. luuni _____.... ..______.... No embrace* Northeant Qunr.ter lh I.t.t and account* to the (i .
:;uardian, of Irma Gainey. minor Mary Nettlea do ...........__........ MOO lal.n. No. 1. 1920 .______. __ 1'.18. c.llr.i. 11 d..d. 11.1/.0112.10. ('.-diner. County Judw if lon..hl.
A 12 A In North.w ( County,
.I D E C do __.. ._. ._ _.. Hr.linRowie i Nnrhw.t Qu..r F Ir. .1
I..y.< deceaaed. will W. ? ?? lanalanee and aak
'.hl.. i i ,.A. Gardiner, County apply Jadit to* Reddl.h do ___.___.____ CR flit OH. 1,f.t"".."............... T.R1 Tn..t 7.Qu.r... of 20 Northweat 62 .. tl..r. Bee.Un 22 OKflf.K FOR PUBLICATION mlnlMratnr 1"10. .dl..h.r"o a. .urh ail-

f lounly. Florida, for order to Ma. Warren do .......___.-.____ OA HO Receipta durlnir month ___....._____ 8.91 known. E . *.d In Circuit State of Florida, EighthJudicial Kth day of Oebibrr, 1"0.
'IU *.1.' IntandaTwit' Grade F gg do ............ .... .... lilt 00 luau-d ____ _...._. Certificate No. .ur. 1hl.
o..i"htb W..rnl' 201 nf County, In Chancery. N ncr,
u.dl.ld. T B Pinhol.ter do ........___ ___ .Ir.e. F..t 1.1 Ir.M. F. I'P'
8780Ethel Nov. ___ <
'" ""' * 1.I.n. 1. 1920 __........... 1472 Soulhweat Quirler and Went nf Admlnlatratnr of nf IVCMued -
U. do ......_____ . Tulh. F.I.t Ir.rt
t N*. 18tlalanr .
.on. 11.00 eant Quarter. See. 8.. Tp. 7, ., J. T Marr. I 10-H-t't 111rVOTKK
Eunice do ..........._ .._ I. 2
two hundred and ..eventeenih H..n 0.1 I, _ _.___..... aaaeaaed N. P CcuthenUnlea Com l.ln.nL I
th. "?"" of c- Btenhcn-on1 Mr. O W Malnea d____.____ *S. Re.,ipu month ___.__.... 11.10. .r. ._
..d'vl'linit' line of the Marcia Turner d._____._ ___....__ 58.OnMaxlne W.rnl <.u _.__ _._________ 20.40 according* .10. .rll., .h.1 l.ane|. redeemed thereon' Elvany: I I IDefendant. Blxty OF FINAL niHCRAKGR
.". Sothw. Wlllla ________.__ __ od M.r. ta. after date h..r. I. the u"I.
Bomhwnt _ un 1.I.n.* 1920 _______.___. HI.1)4 the nf .
en 211th day A 1920. I IIt iirnrd, __ .. admlnlatrator nf th* eatale nf HIM
"' Tlr. M Cady do ___n._.._. 1.. IT f. *
th quarter f86Q rd Wltne** my nfflrlal >, aeal thl. appearing by affidavit appended the tor
litli ,' ".y "' 8- ARailway. Orlffi. do ___ ____.___* Oct. t. _____________ 1..8 I3th day of Novemlier, I 1A20W kill filed In the above-ataled c.un* that ElvanyMarr **- *irent nf Hradford voucher county,and Florida finalaccount 1
E W | my *
.: o-1"' I In prevlou* deed* aa 8. Wilklnnon: do A, S. IO T'eeelpU durlnir month ___..__ 22.PI ; T the defendnt therein n.m.d. I I. a nonrenldint n'wlit .
:: ::: ::: : : Hon. Oeo A. Oardlner. County;
8 : :::
Knight do ... WFEKI.
I .n 58 p"Iln'1"' "orth from _________.__.. 02.2 Clerk I.
.aid .uo Circuit Court of th* Slat* of Florid, and her realdene Judtfe llradford .
Lewla do ..___.......... __ Ir.df.r forl. "unt,. 'I.rhl.. and aakto
__ _.____
.tWt and Ol.v fO 10 Overdraft I. 1920 ___ 8.9H l> of
{ la unknown and la th
hundN aev-nty-four 1&.1 over *g* lie dlacliarwvd .. aurh .dmlnlHtrator.
'.t 1 Moore do .._ ........______ 18Overdraft I. / KNIOIT.1.1.BII2.1.
'? hund. feel' .hn... I Cora ,.1,1. do _____..____..___ J'lor., 1._____.__.._ .9n ''puly Clrk. .tw.nty.n. ''.1; It la ordered thataid Thl the nth d.r of Ortoher 11)20.A. .
"h? fl.OO Ot. non-reaident defendant be and la herebyrequired .
-In. kl. do ___ __........ M. WILLIAMS.
th. Bouthweat month ..._ _..__ ,18
Ou.rtr of _______ r..1 NOTI'P GUARDIAN to appear to the hill of complaintflled Admlnlatrator of th* Entat* of Heater Wynn,
do ____ __ IA.l
Nlt 68 00 luaued
Qu.r. ( ), 70 .fl.. dHt hererif, under, In **ld cua* on or liefore Mondy., .h dec a e Q n do =:::::::::
.""".'"Soulh.' one-half of Ranv* Twen. Jeale Wilaon do ...::::::.......:::::: 100 20000:On : Nov IMatrirt 1. 1920 Ne. I* .... EC:14 alvned minor, a* Guardian ... W. W. McDnnell, Jr.. 3rd day of A. D. 1921 otherwla* *
In heir of A of bill
11 .'Iord.. acre. :: Barrlnger do .......... fllil 00 Overdraft Oct. 1. 1920 __.______ '.n ed, will apply, Jul.. W.lnn.r.h.,A.deeea.Gardiner .1..U.n..aid will b taken .con- NOTICE OF rir. 4, :aBUty
I Ingram do .. ::...... ::: : I..d def.nd.nt
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; ll'O 00 durlnir month ___ ___
1020.ANNIE Rh.l __ .87 County Judge, In and for BradfordCounty la further thl order pob. day. after dat* hereof. I, th* underIwned -
Johnln do ..............__ PI.110 lud ._ ..__ I orde.d b
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GAINEY, _. for an order aell at prl* a week for elgbt .0..uU. aa F.xerutrl* vf th* v lat* of Anna H.
ri.' 'or Irma Epperaon .. ........ 76 on Overdraft Nnv. 1. 19JO __________.. 850 vale, aale 'Ioro.on..I"Ith t Interertt In n.h..n.Bradford County Tvlegraph. a wo" Wli, late of llrxdford County. Flitrlda, deevaaed - Edna .......... ...:::. und.hl.d
.. :; 76 00 DI.t Na. 2* and the will pmient voucher nd final .
I r. to to-wit: paner publUhed In .aid county and atat* my * ac.rount
Kathryn : do .... .. ... 75 00 Oct. 1. _.______ ____ 143.M Houth f.Iln. d..11. anrl the north Thl. October 19. 1920. to th* Hon C.o A. "" BT May ._ :--.:?- :: 76.00 durlnv month ._______... 1.lf ) of Hradford aakto
.ID roVNTV 1..I.I five feet Ixit ". and al Inf Lot 7, except W '. WFKK8. County Florida and
C."I ,.COMMISSIONERS. .;11. Whttworh _________.______ H8 00 W..nt. l.d ____ _________ ., the South ten. In Block A. of N. J.Jonm ( ) Clerk Circuit Court. hv dlaehartrrd a* Much ReutrlK.Thl .

I f .n"MuK .opr _.____ Caaile I Wa..n...d___._._...___._.___ II 55:00 OO 1.I.n. . 1920 _____________ 189,88Dlatrlrt Add tlun f.t .1 Town of Stark*. Bradford I.I By C A. KNIGHT. th l.t day of October. 10IOMK8.
1.0 Na. 21Ralance J. WHITE.E .
: __ Vlrgie ::::::: :: : ::: County. Ford. Deputy Clark.O GtU
Roger do
.:: ::: 66.00 Oct. 1. 1920 _ n__ __ 4000 Thl. 19th d.. ., 1920. E of th* t.lau uf Anna I* Wala.Dweued. .
Evelyn do .,_ __ F.
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: I PRESIDENTS PROCLAMATION Mr. Malone, of Atlanta was trans Try Feptodangan' an J 4 l 'notice how' dicinal value. 'But be lure you get

: :1:1&r.:9 \ Divine Lesson in I acting business here this week y ou improve. ,. J the genuine l'epto-Mal'lgan-"Gude'ii"'

tL the of I President Wilson has issued his 1 Misses Byrel and Leona Mullady, Pepto-Manjcan: Is Hold in both liquid I I The full name, "Gude's Pepto-Mar-

; I II Garnering Thanksgiving proclamation as print. of Hampton attended the fair at and tablet form. Take cither kind jran," should be on'the packare.'ou .-

the Golden Grain ed below: I Jacksonville Wednesday.J. y prefer Both have the same. me- Adv.
The season approaches when it behooves | W. Nimmo, of Clearwater spent

us to turn from the Hjstrac-, Thanksgiving with his sisters, Misses ......
The summer Is over and the harvest tions and preoccupations ofour daily Mary and Ada Nimmo. -
,- Is past. The sod skies, the bleak life, that we may contemplate the j Mrs G. W. Hicks is moving this I
I fields the bare trees, the, raw winds mercies which have been vouchsafed week from her home on Georgia St.,
I that whistle and groan and sob and ,, to us, ana render heartfelt and unfeigned to her farm south of town.
sigh their dirges mournfully remind us thanks unto God for His manifold I II Misses Ethel Hunt and Maggie ANNOUNCEMENTNEW

Bradford County Telegraph that the season of fruitage has gone goodness. ', Maxwell, who are attending school in
: w by and the time has olUhen, we'' This is an old observance of the ,l Starke, spent the weekend with their
.. '.= : each: to" himself, I i I RELEASE
, --- - -- can only turn away American people, deeply imbedded in parents here
F \ Published. Weekly, and entered a* see4 end measure up our rot-rings. I Iour I thought and habit. The burdens' :I Jai B. Alexander left this week for

\.: ... class. mutter: at the post-office ,atBUrke. I Nature elves us a seed time and a i and the stresses of life have their own i South Florida where he will

Florida. harvest time. insistence 1 1I I the interests! of his company.: Brunswick RecordsON
tf' --.- .--- -- --- --- Rut these. would, be meaningless tons 1 We have abundant cause for thanks W. E. Hutchenson is the guest!' of
'r ; did she not also send a season 1: giving. The lesions of the war are 'I his daughter, Mrs. Monte Chrichelo,
; E.:8. MATTHEWS Editor and Ownrr.Fowttcn . when at the warning, touch of winter
rapidly healing. The great of
I army of Jacksonville, this week.
rI ,chill we must measure our galas and
freedom which America
I :, sent to the r. +
I consider our losses. --- ---
"dv..tlwlnA Reprernntatlv defense liberty, returning to the .
1 [ "!; "LHW'A"IPRJ !!SAe9' r'Alir But far the lessons of this seasonno grateful; ('rob race of the nation, has : ..

i man would labor; we would know resumed the useful pursuits _of peace PERCHED ON
naught of temperance: or thrift; we Cavatina Violin Solo) Raft
and it rush- -
: These days when thieves, robbers as simply as promptly as
r and confidence men despise any "bus would go through the bright the spring- 1 ('dO to arms in obedience to the coun- I A HIGH STOOL Caprice on "Yankee Doodle"] Vieuxtemps2047Broadway
singing and Idle away summer
iness" transaction of less than five only tiy's call. The equal justice of our

figures, and often deal In six, it is Interesting In dreams that laws has received steady vindicationin Blues SwanstromMorganChili
to learn that St. Petersburg 80 It Is part of the divine plan the support of a law-abiding people IN AN OFFICE
andearf'tult1 Bean Brown-Von Tilzer]
each of us should now go apart I
various and
crooks have gone back to a prewar the wheat from the against attacks
basis. This la shown by the fact that which have reflected only the
chaff the flowers from tile weeds, end 2052-Anytime, Anyday, Anywhere Kortlander
the first of baser agitations of war, now happily
one the season robbed an I MANY A BRAIN IS TRYING TO
tba t' wblcb Is good and sound and enduring -
editor and then a preacher of all the passing.: \ My Wonder Girl Hickman-Black-Bloom
I from ell that i>ertsbe and I DO WORK WITH-WEAK,
cash they had. __ taints. It Is now that each must .hon In plenty, security and peace, our THIN BLOOD
.-.-. estly examine and weigh, tbe product virtuous and self-reliant people factrt 13013-Bring Back the Golden Days: Gillespie

It looks as though; the day for the of his own works., the future, its duties and its! ppor- MORE RICH RED BLOOD NEEDED When You and I Were Young, Maggie{

stevedore to be the dictator of the .It were useless now to try to deceive tunities. May we have vision to discern Butterfield
nation's commerce ii li rearing the end. even ourselves. our duties; the strength, both of PEPTO-MANGAN GIVES YOU THE i

The other day a large ship loaded with Now, If at no other time, we seethe hand and resolve to discharge them; HEALTH TO TACKLE- YOUR' 2046-I Cannot Sleep Without Dreaming of You.
1 nitrate entered Pensacol.', harbor, vast difference la value between and"the soundness of heart to realize DAILY, WORK WITH RENEWED Edward Bruce-Victor Herbert

and although the day wall cold and tbe picked fruit nod' the windfall the truest! opportunities are those ofservice' VIGOR JacksonGershwin10019A
Songs of Long Ago.
blustery the wharf "swarmed1 with stor ---"
TR one we proudly::/
white; and colored men, anxious for way, hear I will keep aWf'et'an4 In a spirit, then, of devotion and If you bit at a desk all day in an Ballad Traditional5022Angel's
1 jobs of unloading, and the foremen i whole to tile winter's depths, and the 1 stewardship! we should give thanksin office whether you are perched on a Ballynure
could pick and choose their crews. other we cast aside, that It may not our hearts and dedicate ourselvesto high stool or seated in an upholstered '"
How have the mighty fallen. contamlMte .a It rota. the service of God's merciful and chair, your body is Inactive. You Serenade' .

I n I l' '''' It 1* a sad *'-.'et task:-tweet for loving purposes to His children. I I can't get: much fresh! air and outdoor Cradle Song ? Brahms

rye',' The, latest from Pancho Villa is the counted gains, sad for the opportunities Wherefore, I, Woodrow Wilson exercibe. Your blood becomes poor. '
that hi is revolutionizing the arid soil lost and to com no more president of the United States of I You look pale and feel weak. 5026-Japanese Sandman: (Fox Trot) Whiting

of Lower alilornia into rich fields, e America, do hereby designate Thurs- The great tonic, Pepto-Mangan is Koolemoff (Fox Trot) Henlere ii
fc' by means of Irrigation works and And as we gamer tbe gains we also day, the twenty-fifth day of November what you need for a while.:. It makes "

tracto l. He was given a large grant of land in Chlchuahua, but probably As we separate the beat from the and prayer, and I call upon my coun tal energy. Your color comes back.
i 1iI (, fearing reprisals if he should in the chaff and the sound fruit from the trymen to cease from their ordinary When your blood is good, full of Wishing (Fox Trot) Jones

future deride to have a little more windfalls, so, whether we will! or not, tasks and avocations upon that day, red corpuscles, you ere ,better ableto
fun on the mainland, he chose Lower i we must In the Inner consciousnessseparate giving it up to the remembrance of resist disease. .You go about your 5025-Fair One (Fox Trot) Mallen

i California, where his possessions [ the true from the false In God and His blessings, and their dutiful I daily work with the optimism of good Sultan (One Step) Haenschen
r would 1Ie..lI8f&-at least until Mexico ,I principles of labor and living. and grateful acknowledgment. health. '-

gets a navy lie has been raising No man, even of three-score-aye "2048-Cuban Moon (Fox Trot) Spencer

\\ hades long. enough; let him now raise I''four-score and ten, lias ever knowdthl. HAMPTON I The Quinine That Docs but Allect TIM Head The Love Boat (Waltz) Victor Herbert
turnip; law to fall In a single season. It -- Because. of its tonic and laxative effort. LAXA I .
if knows no variation In all the cycles of Hampton, Nov 26.-Mrs. E. A. TIME: UROMO QUININE (Tab eu) can be laden
without caunlna nnflmR Berlin
Iby anyone oervouimMH ot 2051-Girls of :My Dreams (Fox Trot) Irving
A Cleveland has shown :time Kennedy of Lake Geneva, visited In '! lu the head. t:.w.GROV E 5>ttiuuureunlx". JUi.:
( ) judge :
remarkably good sense. A clergyman, I I Hampton Sunday.. Toodles] (One Step) Joseph Green

having a wife and five children, applied But grains and fruits are not all W. E. Baker, of Brooklyn was attending -

for divorce on the plea that his (that we are garnering. Chaff and to business here Tuesday. SOUR STOMACH Brunswick Records can be played on any phono-
salary was only $91:! a month, altogether I weeds are cot all we ought to separate Mr. and Mrs J. Allen attended the
insufficient for the support of and cast sway. There lire things fair at Jacksonville Tuesday. graph with steel or fibre needles

himself and family. The judge not ,more Important still. In the store- Mrs M. L. Andrews and children INDIGESTION
only refused his application for divorce house,of the heart and mind and soul, of South Florida were guests of Mrs.

but pronounced it a "cruelty"to ,II It not well to seek Just as care: Andrews' parenis, Mr and Mrs. -
\ his family' for an able-bodied man fully, though sometimes In vain,' to lagan last week. T'I Consumer's Lumber Co:

to stick to one railing with small pay keep only the better, the brtghtor.-trie- I 11\1.A. M. Hale, of Oglo: Ill., was at 'hedfortl's' Black-Drauiht HiILl,
when he could adopt another and pore enduring thlugsT to business in Hampton Friday STARKE FLA.
of life Recommnded by Tennessee ,
make more. The .minister resigned, When tbe bleak November .
t became a machinist and no doubt comes we shall have need of them. 1 Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke, was Grocer for Troubles Resulting
makes twice as much as he did before. Dreary will be the winter to him I called to Hampton Tuesday on pro
Many thousand preachers and other whose granaries/ are empty. But fessional business from Torpid BrunswickPhonograph

men try to make themselves and t>th- drearier and more desolate still must Mrs. I). W. Moore, of Theretsa was Lirer. ..
i believe be the winter of old age to the man shopping here Monday
ers that they are "called" to
do or woman whose mind and heart and ': Mrs. D. L. Bugg of Jacksonville is
j one work only, and would be unfit ,
for soul have brought from the harvest'only visiting relatives and friends here this
i anything and use this ns an East Nashville Tenn.The effl
the joys that are chaff and tbe
excuse for keeping themselves and of Thedford's Black-Draught, the ..d
virtues that are mere windfalls, attained 'fancy
I Mr. and Mrs.
1 families on short rations, though In Bishop of Starke, P
and adhered to only through genuine, herb, liver medicine If I
reality it is only a luck of courage or were in town Tuesday Mr, Bishop.
." enterprise that ktt'llIthem from entering easy convenience was looking after the Interests of.. the ': Touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, 8 -- J/Io' -
a,: better paying fields When that Inter comes, as It must telephone system. tracer of this city. "It Is without .!

to many of us, we shall have only ourselves The Hampton W. M. U. will ,}10M doubt the best liver medicine, and I
: The'lengue of nations to turn to, and we shall find their annual bazaar with oysters and don't believe I could get along without '
/ \in ;
t now session gtunnof
and etu tI p 'ci .,,, Ilhm'I
which have ;
,'..- 'I'', at Geneva Is as peaceful as a t ervested we sown Dec. 3rd. Doors open promptly ata It. I take It for sour stomach, bead, 1 ,.
bin packed with Kilkenny cats, and In the bright spring! and general supper at the towfi hall on ache, bad liver, Indigestion, and all ' I I r ,I
l'r-the the
golden SUlII good<< grain, I'
"as harmonious as ten steam 2 p. m. Supper served from 5 to .
J. calliopes, other troubles that are the result o
round the flowers, the Impulses .
fruit high
I II" /: 6:30: o'clock. Your "
j each playing different patronage will be !
a tune. Brist
a torpid liver. s bI'
i the sacrifices\ the loves, yes
ling mustaches, rod necks and angry and the cheat, the chaff, the weeds the appreciated.. "I have known and used it for years, ,
I) L.
glances arc all Bugg, of Jacksonville
seen sides. was
cannot on understand eachother's Thedplt'J'at.s windfalls, the hates, the jealousies, the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs and can and do highly recommend Ito 3/// rvi'it i
the low passions-all these and nothing 1 won't to bed with,
speech, and interpreters and W. M. Jones, first of the week. every one. go I
3 translators are scored on account of( more, to sustain us or to .render us Mrs. Idella Priest left Sunday for out it In the bouse. It will do, all II

i alleged wrong translations. Germany desolate. Melrose, where she will spend Thanksgiving claims to do. I can't say enough fo tTIv2(
We may If we will, make each daya
wants to enter the league; I France with her grandchildren It"
cycle all the seasons We soweach
swears that she will leave it if her morning and reap each noon and Mrs. C. E. Harper and Mrs I, II. Many other men and women througl r u

arch enemy is not blackballed. Germany garner each evening the fruits of our Hunter were shopping in Gainesville put the country have found Black

shouts that she will considerthe living In this little day. Day by day Tuesday. Draught Just as Mr Parson describe
treaty broken if the mandatory of Rev. N. T. King left this week for the liver to
If we strive on In right and hope and valuable in regulating;
t her former colonies is not taken from courage, must our knowledge and our, where he will spend the Its normal function., and In cleansing
the inter-allied week-end. $ !'WL
supreme council and strength, and our store Increase. Day the bowels of Impurities. ,
given to the K. B, Watterson has moved the
? league of nations. The and to r
by day, through many::/ fallings Thedford's Black-Draught liver med
only cry that can be distinctly heard P. M. Geiger residence on Main street
is for the United States fallings, do we" come nearer to the this week sine Is the original and only::/ genuln
to enter the
true manhood Rod the truo womanbond. -
i J) league. When each delegate has cried .-Charles Grant Miller In the Dr. Hunter was a visitor to Gainesville Accept no Imitation.: or substitutes.Alwaya The last lap of the Old Year sets one naturally to reviewing
", himself too hoarse this week ask for Thedford's. gasass
_:LL to utter.. nn...intelliniuif Christian Herald. e the past. i
word, the convention Will probably -
J break up without having accomplished - -- -- As a result of this mental stock taking one finds him ,

f \ anything self in the frame of mind to make new and determined resolutions

l I al, \ EDITORIAL The Western Union Telegraph! company II[ Daddy Gobbler's Premonition I II -- Why for not the consider coming year the opening of a Checking Account

I I and the state department at with this institution among your other progressive New

Washington have locked horns The Year plans?
I controversy is about cable
an ocean
+ Ii that the company wants to land at The public has confidence in our institution and !know

Miami, to connect with a British en.I that we are truly Bradford County's'" financial stronghold
I+ r I ble from Kiirhudocs. There would be because OUR DEPOSITS ARE INSURED AGAINST LOSS

I I no trouble If the Western Union would FROM ANY CAUSE.
k allow United States government messages .
":d t to be transmitted over the cable

19; t at the same rates and conditions as I LAKE BUTLER BANK ,

are given British! and other foreign; I
'w nations, and which arc much cheaper
I,; t: and more satisfactory than charged ( State, County, District And City Depository
our government, but the company has I e d! s
so far refused to agree to this. An >

injunction( against landing the cable ,
'has been issued', but It teems to be

I e / doubtful if a final refusal I to connectit 3
, 11 \ with the company'* line in thin

,, country can be made binding. In spite I
+ of the ninny laws and regulations existing '

, I for states the United occasions States bob! and 111)111'I "Individual O J. R. DAVIS & CO.Not .

I) renely when the authorities are at a w
loss about what to do. It may be re Insurance but of
t, I Simply an Agency one
maekyd l in passing that such uncertainties I ____ .
exist only when some powerful I ' t- 1VlFnt Bradford County' oldest business! ;
t monopolies are concerned. Institutions.
I t-
e a There oncedid live a turkey cock, He could not speak of cranberry, I And though In Jun. he spread his, t HAnd
One ,man dead, two BiiffuJtnfr minor And he was. very.proud] N.r mention, pumpkin pie looked Hike Henry Eight
injuries and a wrecked car w"as the And walking with.' his little floe Without., a painful reverie. November always found. him pal. STARKE FLORIDA ff
" result of an automobile accident Saturday H. gobbled very loud. While tears stood In his eye. Sane Detearte In hIs gait' ,

; caused by reckless driving, on P.rhapa It may your feelings shock- And sage, and summer savory I If anyone would see him quail
a the Sebring road at the sharp curve H. lived beneath a cloud. They always made him elgh. Just say "decapitate.
three miles south of Avon Park.

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-.rte - I elation to sell the double barred cross the change. GET MORE BUTTER I l\iHlly wonderful 'result whMl,use,1 l

seals All who buy these seals are Not Infrequently a subscriber will for horses, hops, and Ih ep, because

helping to stamp out the white plagueof I move without notifying: us, then a Mrs Hattie Moore, of Glenn, Missouri they are a tonic appetizer end worm ...

LocalInformation fr' tuberculosis. month later write us and ask why says: "1 was not making sufficient expeller.

of - -.--- he doesn't get: the paper, giving his butter from my cow's milk It matters not what ailment
I you
new address for the first time. Copies of .
TO SUUsfRlBKRS production for a family two. After
may have among' your, stock or poultry -
missed for such a reason cannotreasonably
using Dr Stock Powders -
JLJW I it will pay you to get tho proper
---r- be be made
expected( short time she half
a (rave a
of I| Dr. LoGear's Kemed3' from your tloal-
Many the Telegraph's subscribers ,
good by u ration more milk a day and a pound 1

-- / Ore **_.!.. ".*'*'<'1 M. f frequently move and ask to send When you contemplate. moving away of butter a day." er.proscriptions They are, compounded the Doctor's during personal his M. C.O'.w4 T.-.. TI their papers to thejr new addresses, write us a week beforehand and giveyour
Dr. LeGear's !
but very few give their former addresses old address as well as the new Stock Powders give 28 ynr of veterinary practice, and., .,..
seeming to take it for grant. You will to milk cows just what is needed to must'
then miss
one. not any cop } expert. poultry. breeding "They
keep the digestive
.. --- ed that we should know them Wo ies. : organs proper
have condition, so that they get the most satisfy jouf or your dealer will refund
too many subscribers to keep .
Bring Bryan your eggs.j Mrs. Frank B. Lane, of Live Oak, possible good from their feed. Give -Adv.
I track your money.
of their movements, and when :
left Friday after spending severalday : Cedar Key had a $10,000 fire last IDon't

To prevent a cold take 666.. with her husband's mother Mn.II. the former addresses are omitted we week, about half of the business section I
ate put to much trouble in making | -- -- --
C., Richard of that town being destroyed. "
: I --
Buy Christmas'seals to fight tuberj Tr -j -I . ..
il. Get your gun shells at Bryan's. Thanksgiving Hymn t -

Wait For Something 'TO'I

j!Joe Edwards and family have moy Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Silcox of St. Well Liked at Birth fENTAWORnUCOLUMNlJ

into their cottage on Cherry street Augustine, have come to spend the

winter with their son, CbaJlie Silcox, But Now Forgotten Happen. ;

Yard wide L L Sheeting 15c and family.

yard at Stump's.IJ. ,
Seal your mail with the Stamp of The first presidential Thanksgiving
L. Peek and party took in the Health Tuberculosis Christmas proclamation wan" that of President J '
ate Fair at Jacksonville Monday. Seals. Washington In 178U on the occasion,, FOR SALE-Jersey Wakefield cab-I
of the adoption of the Constitution, bage plants, $2 per 1,000. Will something: happen to make you rich f

Best grade work shirts $1.10 ayan's. Newn Jones the day, curiously enough being No- Smith" Route 3, Starke. ll-19-2t* It'ti along chance that such an event will take
and family who have
11-26-tf. been in v..moer.the date of celebration ofIStK place. At any rate it doesn't pay to wait. The men
living Jacksonville for a ). This latter FRESH COUNTRY EGGS-I want {
was the real forerunner
who have advanced steadily in matters are
number of months, have returned here money N
j 666 break. a cold quicker than any: to make their home.RubMyTiam of our national Thanksgivingdny. them. Will pay you cash, 63 cents the ones who started Having early in life.
emedy we \know 2.11Seal : -, Occasional and special times ot per dozen. C. S. Durling' Store.

thanksgiving hud often been appointed 11-5-tf..
relieves bank account Is the best to '
of by different Presidents but Building a way
( your mall with the Stamp the year
ealth-Tuberculosis Xmas Seals. Neuralgia, Sprains 211.21 : 1863, famous for Its decisive national FOR SALE-No. 1 cypress shingle save It

victories, marked also the beginningof '7.60 per thousand; primes $6 per *

[We call for and deliver your shoes N. Wainwright has a number of the kimual aeries of Thanksgivingdays. -thousand. J. C. Crew, Guilford, An account with a good hank give you not

ectric Shoe Shop, phone 153. leaves tropical, in plants his front, having yard adding very/ beau large Fl 10-1-tf. only the advantage of your own savings, but a bas '

ty to the place. The treat victories of Gettysburgand is for borrowing additional capital when the oppor-

I Wiley Roberson, of Sampson City, Vicksburg mere, really the cause CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for tunity comes: to make good use of some ready
s in town Monday. of Lincoln' proclamation, and bis example price and ship your ties of all .
Supt. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell and money.
I - - children has been followed by all his grade to Cress Manufacturing CJacksonville ,
motored to Lake Butler ,
I Apron Ginghams 15c a yardStump's. on successors until the annual festival Florid ,.5520.17r'FOR care
Tuesday to visit her
parents, Mr. and bas become on* of our national loath This bank makes a specialty of taking of
: Mrs. H. Tomlinson. tutions. SALE-Two large young mule the money needs of worthy persons who keep a deposit -

JR. P. Lewis, of Brooker, was a vis- If you are having to buy feed cf The proclamation of 1863 we remarkable and wagon. T. .J. Griffin, Starke, account with us. .'

jbr to Siflrke Monday. any kind see Bryan. is the first of a series, extending Fla. 11.12-tf t
now over fifty years. It was" I t r
also noticeable because It was the occasion LOST OR STRAYED-One cream : I ;
|Mrs. II. C Richard went to Palat- Fruit rake, 65 cents a pound, atTurner's
of a thanksgiving hymn by the colored marked smooth in
cow, crop
Friday and spent several days. Bakery. 11-19-tf. :
famous Reverend Doctor -Mublettturg both ears; one red cow marked crop BANK OF STARKE :: .: :
of St Luke's hospital. New York >: and half
city upper crop, crop and tinder -
Full soles and rubber heels, $2.25. Mrs. F. A, Scott visited Hampton, .
He Is well" known as the author cf the half crop. Suitable reward for,
k-ctric Shoe Shop phone 153. It. Lake Wednesday Butler and in Raiford interest on of Tuesdayand the sale familiar. hymn, "I Would Not Live Al. information comceming above cow E. S. Matthews,_ *Pr e3. Ceo. C White, Cashier

relieves of Christmas seals for way" and a poet of, no small repute. B. D. Andrews, Raiford. 11-6-41
OG6 quickly a cold. the Tuberculosis Lincoln'
Mr. glowing words met his
Association. .. ,.
and struck chord In - - --- --- -
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Humphrey of eye a responsive FOR RENT-Will rent! my farm 2 .. ,
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his heart A noble Thanksgivinghymn miles from Starke
to desirable
itehouaehave been in Starke'dur- Ladies nice Velvet Hats Sale
was the result hymn which at
family for the year 1021. 80 acres
the week.ept Price $2.98 at
Stump's.The I
the time \\81'often sung: but l II now thoroughly stumped; two sets of

comparatively forgotten It was published buildings 2-horse steel mill
; new ;
overalls and local Woodmen will have
40 each at Bryan's.uto annual oyster Friday with appropriate" music end new furnace; 9,000 seed cane bank- We the medicine
supper night, taking .
December 3rd. The notice is given occasions.even yet Is suitable for' use on Similar ed. Paul E. Canova, Starke, Ha.11.26.3t' are

\ tops and auto' painting. M. thus early to enable the members to The '
hymn contains nine
'iton, Starke. 1119tf. put themselves in condition for the and Smashing Prices
with chorus\ and takes up In order the
ordeal. various.cause. for IhonUsglvlog men 1921 Auto Tags
ev. L. W. Kickliter has on his j
tioned In
Mr. Lincoln's proclamation. week. We low.
ce a little orange tree, about six Pillsbury Flour, $1.90 ,for 24 Ibs., The original "title was' "Give Thank every are .
high, loaded with fruit. at Bryan's.Saturday.
All Ye People, the first verse being ReadyFor

Dress Ginghams, 15c a yard -- was the first day of the es follows; ering the prices, you must

Stump's t open season for game, and those of Give thank, all .y*, people, give thank
our sportsmen who could the to the Lord, v. the convenience of the public

few doses 666 break a cold. time hied themselves to the spare woods. Alleluia Let the Baet of freedomwith and the Went.Joyful'' North accord and; applications vehicles for for the registrations year 1921 MAY of motor UR not fail to attend this great

They quail plentiful.See ,
report South roll along
Lisa Hattie Wills of LaCrosse Bea nmuniitin and prairie, one thankKtvtnK .- FILED NOW, if accompanied( by re-
reduction Sale of
long mittance. THE 1921:.! TAGS WILL UK season-
s a Bryan about it. .
guest Monday at the home of Chnru, SENT OUT ABOUT THE MIDDLE

and Mrs. J. C Wills. o Give thank., all ye people., aha thank to <110' DECEMBER for all application
The Missionary society of the Methodist .. the Ix>rd.Alleluia filed to that time and thereafter able Merchandise.
'o 2 Tomatoes 10 cents per can church will meet Thursday afternoon or freedom with joyful accord. up ;
ax fast as application in correct form
[Bryan's. Dec. 2nd., at four o'clock, at As the tl'mnOS suggested by Mr. reach this dflice.

the residence of Mrs. C. L. Peek All Lincoln's call upon the nation to give Before mailing application
flrtt Andrew Green and two little members requested to be present as your '
have thanks Doctor Muhltniburg spoke.. of It' please we that all questions are answered
ill returned from. Jacksonvillere there will .be an annual election of officers Sale Extend-
a* "The President's hymn" but would and your name and address in
they visited .
relatives.r. I not permanently offer such a .title printed or written plainly to avoid

[i without Mr. Lincoln's approval Mr. errors. Tho law require you to execute -
Men's Shirts
and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick were Blue Work 89c. t
Robert I!. Mint urn, the application before .
; a prominent memo a notary
( Jacksonville Tuesday Stump's.Have (
and attended
1 State iber of Doctor Muhlenburg's congregation public or nome dicer using a Heal.
Fair. was greatly pleased with Tax be issued until
the cannot a duly executed -
jour shoes repaired by W. Fj"Her.
i-ndies 75 cent hose for 45 cents at Shop in the! Odd Fellowibuild I poem, nnc) sent a copy to the Prculdtgit, application is filed In this office. until
an'sI. ing. First class materials and first I with whom he was personally acquainted Blanks may be secured from banks,

clam workmal" hI! ). 11.27.2t , asking permission to name the jufttireg of the peace, notaries public,
II. L hymn as the author desired. Mr. Lincoln and county officers or the comptroller
Stevenson makes frequent i telegraphed hack : "So let It be." K1INEST AMOS I
Ipments of pecans, generally in ]Orel G. M. Inman, the hustling real estate -
July, 1WW! Dr. Horace Bimlmtrll, State Comptroller '
lots to Philadelphia. man, is negotiating with five different XMAS {
published In "Hours t
at Home" an article Tallahassee, Florida
parties from the, north, who
attacking the well-known hymn lM9-2t,
J'o break a cold take fififi. 2-11 wish to make their home here. In
a* on unworthy and
really - - -
our next issue we will give: their humiliating effusion-as a political an (..*.... as drill T M*.U
-vprything for the fruit cake such names and purchases, as we have no them. Doctor Ruslmell thus ,
raisins, currants, figs, dates, cit. doubt they will become buyers. Doctor Mulilpnburc'g production lifers: to rrttore"..lIt'.Of.. nnetiir liy "iUjtat and' Our guaranteed Clothing js cut
and rl:4dngthebiuxt.: )> Youtan.amfeel Maetrenaa.ning
spices of all kinds. pryan's.'ht.'I.d "The hymn end air that were glvta IllvldornCltiD E4.rb Prli. MB*.
Good green coffee, 8 pounds for $1 I
to the
public by Doctor
l Homespun!' 15c a yard at Bryan's.The short time ago appear to missed a 50 centIt
Stump's. When Run-Down
[ churches of the town united in the accident of being fairly born, and per
for that
reason have
:*' Cason of Melrose : having a Thanksgiving service on'' not Mticceeded.
; was The want of
accident here
li fatal
Mnnt''eke Tuesday and paid our office a I Thursday Methodist morning, at 10:30bat the hut the hymn has real merit It is an opportunity to buy cloth-
visit.Wednesday. churth. Rev. Law, too
of the Baptist church, preached a was long and Included three or x ing. The largest line of Shoes in-

afternoon Mrs. L. A. splendid sermon suitable to the occasion t
I''u entertained the ladies of the and the choir furnished special 11 the select from.
hodist church at a bazaar shower. music A collection was taken for the county to

poor of the town.

*0 j't,"10, ,Turner's((5 and 20 bakery cent for loaves cream ev- During-this- week quite a numberof EeJUlUC.1S EVERY ITEM REDUCED .,

day llltf. Starke people have been to Jack.

sonville to attend the state fair and Yard wide Unbleached Muslin 15c
t and Mrs. A, 7" Adkins spent also to hear the famous Billy Sunday tE.UCI ,

'dR) and Wednesday in Jackson- preach. Among the number were: ; Yard wide Bleached Muslin 15c
making the trip by automobile. Rev, B. D: Law, Rev J. C. Diggs. a>a < P aaaml :. I ,

IAJ Mrs E. K. Perryman, George White, Apron Ginghams'standard Quality 15c

taton Soap, 2 bars for 15 cents i I Miapes Jessie Thomas and Doris Law, - COLUMBUS, GA.For about two Standard Nice Patterns
r'an's. Mr. four verses flint could Outingg 23c
} and Mrs. Roscoe McLane. have been omit. years I Buffered and became run-"
ted with .ad'Ii .
0 lai't' OtherwIse It
.: cures might have down. I was nervous and wouldbe
{ bruises CHRISTMAS !SEALS stuck end would have bad
<, cuts BO weak I uld) not get In ATTEND THE GREAT '
Buren*. tetter, etc. 2-11-21 \ A __ a fair chance of MICCCSS; for the music up. REDUCTION
Modern health crusaders throughout which we know only by the eye the morning; my bark ached all I

?1 e< U "D. C will' meet Wednesday the state of Florida are busy with and never heard In a public itcrform- the time and so badly that I corrM I SALE AND SAVE MONEY

'noon o'clock at the I their plans for the sale of the ace appeared lo have! a look of prom not stoop at all. I also fluttered r

I. "c >fMrs"wmtlf Wall. | mas seals, the little stamps lee" with pains in my'side.. I tried I

double barred cross!" which Chrht'l The next known rftrnact' to Ibis many medicines but did not fet GRIFFIN & JOHNS 1

't grade bleaching at a bargain health. The National hymn occurs In connection with the better. I had gotten to be a .
Ir. I V
an'adios Association have had printed many observance of the fiftieth convolution JhYII[ al wreck when I began taking; STARKE FLA.

I thousands of these pretty little seals, of the University of Illinois, on November Dr.l'i, rce's Favorite Prescription, I I I

Wlnt..r Cloaks closing which will be sold in Florida from 20, 1913, The Alumni Quarterly and by the time 1 had taken two .

$4 to $17.50 at Rtump's I Thanksgiving! day, to Christmas day, says : "Tourlieg of the unusual bottles I wus cured of my ailment --

and even until New Year's day, these were" added to the exercises by the and felt like a new woman. I have I -
"Cold lu the CIcad little ornamental seals will he used sinking of a forgotten hymn, dedicatedto never Buffered sienna with this -

'10 "U"'k. of I o"IOal; Catarrh. on letters and packages carrying the Lincoln I In 1W13 by Itevercnd DoctorMuhltiiliurK trouble.-! -T.IK3.'; ANNA MIDULETON.:

r '''nd "Ih iV T"-nt ofdl1AL.L .* yuletide j'reetinl"Merry Christmas The hymn, which had No. 2014 Fret: Avenues GENERAL INSURANCE
the ..
.r .H 1 111:1.: .>', U'H. w111 u.a bullrt tar> 1920. Healthy New Year." wot previously been sung !In public, wasdiscovered
t :' the I-od 1 .and up The Red by professor Judge In Good looks, jn woman do not
.ren" c Cross will not sell Christmas a
'.10. c j ,> .. HAROLD C WALL
, ;: "lItLrr" In...p., load! "I t seals this year but will leave the contemporary Issue of the?New York derwnd upon age: but upon health. y
',TARRn 1 field open for 'tuberculosis as o- Tribune." You never see a good-looking I!

I 'rt. ."Ir ..od IU.tI MEDICINE! 'hroulh: 'tin woman who ia weak, run-down. , STARKE FLORIDAFIRE

H L ::..'i Mu-. '1II",:.S''"l.t"-UI ol the Bis Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Days I Preparing for Th. kaGIYlng. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Presirip. ,) ,
'"'' 0 rmlll! and % He ready for Thanksgiving tion is the beet, women's LIFE AUTOMOBILE
u'' 1..I'III.t., '<1..41110n., On u its wfunil mOM If PAZO OINTMENT(.III by always ; louio BONDS
Cheney; ... Co.l'Irculara. TOledo fr., ... to lostiiitlvllran core hchjn I .Blind ItcHn 31.ednaorPrmrudiaSPlka, '' j having a list of your blessings there is. It J jn fiO years old, and j ,
Ohio. eat/eh.: ..eas .s to lust atwoai.w."""r:1: corrected up to date. I its age testifies to its go dneas. -

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I'at the Futch schoolhouse Sunday a ,

:\ Florida's Prison Institution .1.1I I large week-end Miss number Moielle at Raiford Attending.Browning, guest spent of her the I'

aunt, Mrs. Geo. Anderson.
11 E. A. Dunn, who (spent last winter and part ; of such ability had been available for appoint II Your Opportunity I Misses Elva end Ethel Starling: attended l7
I !'
church at Lawtey Sunday.
with the air of I'\
I of the spring in Florida, has-written<< an article on ment. Modest, unassuming, a Rev L). L. Phillips attended churchat
the Florida Prison Farm for The Pilot. By a huI I rather reticent country lawyer, which he is not, .. 1t I II I Union Sunday.

consideration of the prisoners<< the warden, for he is a farmer, wonderfully in earnest in the Misses Gertrude and Loca Anderson '"
he began only two ago: I 20cigarettes15 of Raiford, were guests of their '
great experiment years
J. S. Blitch, has developed a remarkable loyaltyto aunt Mrs. D. Browning, Friday af 4
the institution, with the result that they pre- and in which he,has achieved such signal success.I ternoon. 'M '

vent mistakes by their own efforts and maintain mentally doffed my hat to this man as one of T. C. Williams attended the fair at :.if.
We glad' to publish Mr. the really great men of America. Jacksonville Saturday. ,
excellent discipline. are Drs. Biggs!: and Mitchell, of Starke :oi
t Dunn's account which follows: S. . CERTAIN fine types of were business visitors here Thursday

A'short while ago I read in a Chicago paper previously used L.' L. Johns was a business visitorto

that because of inability to secure sixty-five arm- Gradually I drew from hint the story of his for export, piled up in the Our is progressing. nicely,

ed guards at a state prison' the warden had decided wonderful experiment. I learned that when he I United States due to the high unde rthe supervision of Mrs. O. E
of the pentitentiary there were Rhoden and Mrs. Debbie Phillips.
six assumed charge
that it would be necessary to confine some
rate of exchange. From these .
eighteen guards, armed with rifles, employed
or seven hundred prisoners to their cells and keep I LAWTEY
there that floggings were of frequent occurrence, high grade tobaccos we have
them there in idleness, and the thought came to -
me that possibly the thing which was needed most that the prisoners were sullen revengeful, feeling l- manufactured "111" (ONE- Lawtey, Nov. 26Rev. and Mrs.L. .
and unfairly W. Kickliter, of Starke, were vis "t<
needlessly '
demanded that they were ) -
j greatly<< was not the sixty-five guards, hors to Lawtey Sunday. : i
it that there was oppressed, and as a matter of fact that they had product- quality ;
i by the warden, as much as was. a a Robert Blanchard returned home
basis for this feeling. Within a short time the .
need for a new warden. product-made of tobacco never from St. Petersburg: Wednesday.
been and at this Mr. and Mri. Noah Butler, of Jack.
had discharged
these matters last of the guards
I do not pose as an authority upon -e: previously used in ligarettes in
Ronville relatives
were rear
the roll
time there were only eight names on pay
and base my deductions largely upon a rather --i this Lawtey last week. "
limited observation, and the conviction that of the prison. These included the superintendent, ,... country. Mrs. J. J. Byrd; of Maxville, visited "

what one man has done can be done by another, Mr. Blitch; the matron, his wife, a physician, an I ,1 ; ", .\ relatives here Sunday.
others whose positions I did - -" Mrs. J. H. Moore returned home t
providing he has the calibre and has those qual- electrician, and four FINALLY-
last week from Milton, where she vis. h
ifications of mental and moral fibre which should not learn. Ited her daughter, Mrs.,C. Y. .Mayo ;
them !
be required of all who are in charge of any of thef' Four thousand acres have been cleared and try Miss Rachel Boyerreturned to Jack

.111 great criminal institutions of the country. put under cultivation, about four hundred set out sonville Sunday after spending a weekat
the home of her
to trees and the farm is nearly self-sus- parents.
These comments are drawn forth because ofa pecan
Mr. and Mrs. James Shepard V
matter that came under my personal observa- taining, and the work of development is continually visitors to Jacksonville Saturday.were

tion last winter, while in Florida. I have seen all, going on.Possibly. 1 "' Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and little daughter .
the largest and most scientifically ,' of Milton are spending a few
of that state have
all of the wonders
'i or nearly davs with relatives here.D. .
seen the fruition of the wild dreams of Plant'and managed chicken ranch in the country js main- I :-L Rowe visited Macclcnny Sunday

"Flagler) the great hotels and cities that have tained upon this farm.. Immense incubators are ; ::. Rev. Link Moseley was .a visitor r
daily turning out new flocks of chickens.. Every here during!: the week-end.
seemingly sprang up by magic, in fact, all the which. mcani that U you don't
chicken is tabulated and kept track of from day to aka 111" Ctamtn. you OB eelyour Mrs. Hattie Black, of Wateroak.
but the great-
things the ordinary tourist does nee money back from lb. dealer. visited relatives in Lawtey Sunday
est and most impressive thing that came under day from) the time of its hatching enters. Mr. Swartz came over from Jacksonville

my observation, and that largely by accident, and one.of the groups for laying hens or ends its ca- and pent Sunday at his home t
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t in the market. A'daily record is not only near here.
about which not one tourist in ten thousand can reer
MILLER Lake Butler Saturday.
tell you anything, and about which even the na- kept of every pen of ten hens, but a record of each Pierce Crews G. W. Sapp, H. O Miss in Lizzie Maxville Byrd this Is week.visiting/: relatives -

tive Floridians themselves appear to be ignorant, hen in the hundreds of such pens. All the eggs Miller, Nov. 26.-J. S. Brown and Rivers, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Johns, Mr and Mrs. John McCormick, of
was the "Prison Pen" near Raiford, in Bradford have a record for quality by large Florida hotelsat family attended the fair in Gaines- Gerald Adkins were among the visl Baker county, were guests Sunday of
ville last week. tors Lake Butler Saturday
i to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reddish.
and this part of the farm is run at a
County. top prices Miss Johnnie Rimes, who is teachIng Rev. Mullady. of Hampton, filled Doyle Boyer, of Jacksonville, is
good net profit. I might add that this departmentIs at Rising;, spent the week-end at his apopintment here Saturday and spending" a few days in Lawtey at the
00 under the management of a "lifer." home.B. Sunday. home of his parents.
E. Brown shipped three cars of Ethan Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Rot
I could understapd how Mr. Blitch secured Prof and Mrs. Albert Dubose. of
9 It was only about thirty miles from where I never hogs to Jacksonville Monday. Cooper and daughter, Thelma, Lloyd Starke were visitors here Sunday i
was spending the most of my time, and I had the confidence of this bunch of criminals to Algar Thomas made a business tripto Clark and Georfie Testone were in James Goodfellow left Sunday for
I in the such an extent that he felt safe in disposing of all Bland, Alachua county, last week. Starke on business Saturday. Sanford where he will spend a while
heard it alluded to a vague way as "pen" or
d the armed guards and locking up the rifles, but I Our farmers are all busy grinding: Greene Moody, of New River, was during the lettuce shipping season
the "stockade. I had heard that* the state had cane and digging potatoes. in our section last week. Mr. Godwin, of Brooker, was a visitor
of how it when Ihdard
established there tract gained an inkling was possible Jake Varnes, of Johnstown, passed
a prison on 20,000 acre Olson Thomas made a business tripto to Lawtey Sunday.
of land, that this land was being cleared and him talking to these unfortunates at the Lake Butler Saturday. through this section Friday. Wednesday evening" prayer meetings
gospel meeting that same afternoon. Rev. E. B. Joyner filled his regular John Crews, of Lake* Butler. was in have been reorganized at Grace
worked scientifically and successfully, and it was "
our burg Saturday. Methodist church. Everybody invit
appointment at the Free Will
because of this latter that I prevailed upon some However, he did it. Gangs of men are sent Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. Jake Johns, of Starke, was in here ed to attend these services.
friends of mine to take the usual Sunday drive out in the fields to work every day, some of them Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Rimes and famIly Friday. There was an interesting debate at
to this institution. In I rather going as far as three miles from the headquarters, atended church in Lake Butler on W. M. Hodges, of :btarke: was visiting the Baptist church prayer meeting on
over ways
and Sunday. relatives and friends here Fri. Wednesday evening. Resolved, that
going without guard returning promptlyon j
dreaded the trip, for human misery'never appealsto Miss Doisy Lewis principal of Midway day and Saturday. the promise of reward is greater than w
me, and previously I had seen "chain gangs" at time in the afternoon. In their dormitoriesthe school, attended services here on Air. and Mrs. John Crews and children the fear of nunishmrnt. A vote hj
work on roads in Southern States, herded by arm- men alse maintain discipline. Very few com- Sunday. of Lake Butler, attended church the congregation decided in favor of
k plaints ever come to the superintendent, almost Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Brown visited here Sunday afternoon.Mr. the resolution. Wednesday eveningthe
:, ed guards and caged at night like wild beasts, and relatives at Bland Sunday. and Mrs. Ernest Williams, oi discussion will!! be on the subject
y* in some mariner I had gathered the impression without exception every man in the institution ,Murray Thomas made a business Hampton are spending a while with "The best way to build up a prayer
+, that at the Raiford "utockade" I could not avoid i feels that it is to his own advantage to perpetuate trip to 'Alachua Saturday. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Preston meeting: and Sunday school." Everybody ,
Mrs. II. S. Miller visited in Lake Williams. invited.
the humane system of government instituted by
these things. Rivers is numbered the 'A basket ball team of the Raiford
I Butler Saturday.D. Mary on \
I We were pleasantly relieved to find that the Mr. Blitch, and he is going to see that any new- L. Clyatt has been visiting in sick list this week., school came over to Lawtey Thur ,.'
' t.. "stockade" was in fact no such thing. The State comer who does not fully appreciate this. is quickly Winter Garden several days recently. Mr. and Mrs. Renfroe of New River day and played a team from the Law '
1 and effectively informed. Mrs. A. C. Smith, sister of Rev. H. were in our burg Sunday. tey school. The score was 27 to 4 in
, ; tract is surrounded! by a wire fence, but one that S. Miller left Wednesday for Long George: Rivers was a business visitor favor of Lawtey. :,
field of _
forth the
I almost anyone could scale, there were no towers "No general ever went on Beach, California where she will to New River Saturday. ---- "
' ,'" I battle with a more loyal army behind him than I make her home with her sister, Mrs.. Church services werewell, attended IU'- .
barred fact
no armed guards no gate.s. In the
Sunday. 7'
the Tripp. Quit 8lmpl
responded superin-
1 here emphatically .
gates: were not fVCIl! >dosed, and from the highway have Jim Jones-"But how can I love my t,
I' t 'we drove down a long avenue to where the prison tendent to a query of mine as to whether he was LONG.; BRIDGE WOODLAWN neighbor as myself when hIs dog howls !9r
not afraid that sometime this great body of law all night 7" The Parson-" Vby, very ':
proper is situated We could see the warden'shome breakers might make things uncomfortable for Long Bridge, Nov. 26.-Mrs. Lacy Woodlawn Nov. 26.-Rev. Moseley,, asy., brother JoneH-very easy-Just
;. the dormitories, the cattle barns, officer here. Johns was attending to business in I of Jacksonville, filled his appointment t .;I..un Ids cl.'C.:''-Puck. I;
him. "You could not engineer an uprising ,
buildings, sawmill, workshops. Men were walk- -
The would not permit it.
' '' ing around on the roads with women and children, men for the weak, who had fallen, and of hopefulness One man who had completed a five-year sentence -

f A!' and we later learned that these men were prisoners S. for those who had higher aspirations, of the six months previous was among the visitors '

and that the women with them were their Our conversation with the superintendentwas justness of the laws that made it necessary for that Sunday. He had come back to tell the others

.. wives, and that they were free to come there on shortened by the fact that it was necessaryfor them to be in the institution, and on the whole a how well he was doing in Jacksonville, how honest

a Sundays and holidays and spend' the day with the him to go to the assembly hall where the gos- veiled plea for their cooperation in helping to work was not a burden, and that there were chances -

unfortunates of their family who were for the pel service was to be held and upon his departure, make the world their world, a better place for on the outside for all who wanted to begin life

time being deprived of liberty. under the escort of the prison physician, we went them and their fellowmen. Incidentally he refer : aright at the expiration of their terms. This man y''

The despondence and sullenness which we had forth to inspect the chicken farm, the dairy barn red to the fact that this great and wonderful ex- I felt that his sense of responsibility to the institution -

looked for on the faces of the prisoners were lack- and other places of interest. periment now being carried out at this institution did not end with his liberation. That in itself .

ing. They did not look like prisoners in a penal The gospel service was still in progress when could only be maintained and extended through was inspiration.. I had never before heardof

institution. more like inmates of some community I we had finished our tour of observation. We felt their cooperation. Listening to him, watching a released<< prisoner returning voluntarily to the

home<< for one of the rules of this institution is some hesitation about entering this place, but did him,.noticing his great interest in this work that place where he had served five years. This man

iLl that on these Sundays and holidays, the prisonersare so in response to an earnest invitation from one he was doing, I began to realize how it had been surely had not been turned adrift with the

permitted to wear<< shirts, collars, neckties; of the convicts who acted as usher at the front possible for him to so impress himself upon these thought in his mind that he was a pariah. That i-

t coats and hats, such as they<< would wear if they door, and we were<< mighty glad that we had not men that he could dispense with the guards who the secret of this whole grand scheme this unob

were froe. The only part of their garb that savors overlooked this, for it is one of the potent forces had formerly} been deemed a necessary part of the trusive, earnest man, Blitch, is carrying out He

I of the prison is the trousers. These are strip that makes possible the conduct of this prison personnel.I realizes that the best interests of society require>

" to ed black and white<< but repeated washings and prison with its five hundred convicts and think that nearly every black on the groundswas that certain men who have committed certain of-

) 'r bleachings have made the dark stripes almost indistinguishable no guards. present at this gospel service, and I suppose fenses should be placed in restraint, should be segregated

!'1 I from a distance. Attendance at this service is not com- that the reason for this lay more in the singingand but he has wonderful faith in mankindand

;2 I....... I S. . pulsory. Those who desire to attend do music than of the address of the visiting sec- a love for his fellow man that' makes it possible -
;: t so. We noticed that most of them who retary who made the principal "talk." They have for him to see that there is some good in every

: o} ;j ti. At this institution there are approximately had visitors for the day preferred to walk mustered a very good choir, nearly all negroes, one, and that it is for the best interests, not of the d

I 44 I 500 prisoners, two-thirds or more of them black, out around the grounds. The blacks 'ap- and I noted that when they sang hymns, especially individual alone, but of society at large, to foster ,

, r and committed for every conceivable offense penre "to be more taken up with these services those of that melodiousness that appeals to the and develop that goodness, even in the most low-

many of them in for murder as lifers, and I should than the whites. Their side of the ordinary darkey, that the dark side of the congre- ly; to implant in their minds higher ideals, and to

I judge as hard a bunch to handle as can be found hall was fairly well filled. A Y. M. C. A. gation joined lustily in the singing, especially of have them better when they leave the prison than

+v ,, in any Illinois pentitentiary,'and yet on this big secretary was concluding an address aswe the choruses. It was weirdly fascinating to sit when they entered it, and he knows that you cannot -

farm away out in the woods, with its five hundred entered<< and in his closing remarks and watch them, for the time seemingly obliviousof I develop the best in men with practices that

a4 and odd prisoners, black and white there is made some' statement<< which made it imperative everything else, men and women, cadencing "It, are brutal and unfair. n
'r not armed guard there is no attempt to I
an escape upon the superintendent to say May Be Best For Me. 1
5.5 *
i and there is discipline as strict, if less brutal, as something. I
5. ,
't I in any other similar institution in the country. Blitch has raised the torch. That it may p .e
. . I .
'f And all of this was brought about by one man After the gospel service two of the prison the greatest light others must help him. Possi\ *'-

That man is the warden, J. S. Blitch, a political lie said it in a direct, earnest manner. nines were called off to play a game of baseball in I I in an indirect way you can do something. P-f'
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appointee of the somewhat erratic Governor Catts. There was no maudlin sentimentality in the grounds adjoining the assembly hall, and I 'haps you may visit his wonderful prison and -

As I sat and watched<< this man, Blitch, and took his remarks. lie talked right from the want to assure you that they played good ball. for yourself that all I have said is inadequate '

note of the wonderful things he had brought aboutat shoulder, and as he talked was given the Others went to the dormitory and returned to the convey a real impression of what he is reu'';\"

this institution, as I listened to him earnestly most intent attention. lie took no text, grandstand with musical instruments and sup- doing, and if you do, you will be anxious to P ,--

discourse upon his work, I marvelled that a man his address was a mixture of sympathy plied music during the game. the word along..

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.-: punched the time clock at that hour. tried out and found very effective,

# Pools of blood in ,the street and the one of the boys who helped to make

New of Florida i in Short Paragraph presence of the piece of pipe in frontof I the "chair" offered himself for the

rw,-KVW_.?.??,?,....rrrrrY"lrr..rrrww II the firm's shipping platform show sacrifice. Thus far no pupil has been : WRIGLEYS
ed that the crime was committed. condemned to the chair and it has not

Live tate News J I been officially} used, but stands readyin
T. E. Fitzgerald, editor of the Day case there is need for it.

L. LaYa1.f/YYYYR. e U ............ tona Daily News, was indicted by the I
Our Exchanges.Cedar II Volusia county grand jury oru?barges Elbert Sellers of Bonifay, met his
Told by of criminal libel for publication of a death through an act of hit own indiscretion Ii'4SI1r

; I -- letter alleged to have been> publishedin accordingto an
- the Daytona New. written by II. C. tion which was held investlga.1 I

Key had a $40,000 fire last had made the best record in the statein Sparkman editor of the Daytona death of the young man at -;.-. /A

week, about half of the business sec that line. Morning Journal, in which it was alleged of the Babois Lumber Company a few !! "

tion of that town being: destroyed. Sparkman offered to sell to republican days ago. It was his duty to checkup
Harold, 12 years of age, son of Mr. leaders at Jacksonville several i a truck loaded with perhaps 2,000 \ i

A tragedy occurred in Carter's garage and Mrs. D F. Blanton, of Perry, was hundred negro and white women feet of lumber end stop it at the right t

at Hastings when John Clark struck by an automobile truck and votes for a consideration of $2,000. bin. The truck was usually checkedby ]/ r
was shot and killed by L. R. Thomas. Instantly killed. The truck was car This letter was alleged to have been a block and Sellers ii is said to have I r

The coroner's jury brought; in a ver- rying a load of groceries to the Perry sent to republican leaders. stood facing the approaching car, rTmI

dict of justifiable homicide. Grocery Company, and when the contrary to instructions of the 'com

boy tried to catch on the truck for a The National Association for advancement pany. The block failed to stop the

As a result of a broken neck clue} to ride, he missed and was hit by the of colored people! of New car as usual, and the truck continuedon

being; run over by a heavy truck. Jas body of the truck, breaking his neck. York charge that between .30 and 50 to the second bin. To 8Cape the

Stephen, 14 years of age; of Winter negroes were killed "in the Florida truck Sellers dropped from the raised
Park, is dead. The accident occurred Once the pride of the navy, the U. election riots and statewide Terrorization track to the ground about twenty fret.

Saturday afternoon.The S. S. Massachusetts is anchored off of voters." In a letter to Attorney below<< and as he did the truck dumpedits We eat too fast-we -

the entrance to Pensacola harbor dis- Gcncial Palmer the association entire load on him, killing him in
vegetable; shipping season will mantled and waiting to be sent to the declared "that there is sufficient evidence stantly.Mr. eat too much. t
( open at Palmetto in a few weeks; the bottom of the gulf by gun fire from of violence, fraud illegality"for

pepper crop beginning to roll next the coast defense rifles at Forts Me- the department of justice to disqualify Paderick, who is Governor Sid Eat (less-chew it more.
gardens of iettuce Rae and Pickens, and from batteryof
week. The great a
the entire Florida vote. It Johnston Catts' son-in-law was
ney ,
cabbage, celery are looking fine. railroad guns to be sent here by also asked that Alabama Georgia and
the ; appointed tax collector of Duval roun. WRIGLEYSafter
war department for
experimentalpurposes. other Southern states be Included in ty by the governor following the removal -
Orlando has a fruit preserving Industry the investigation of J. W. Rast. The law'provides

that has nearly a million dollars in the case. of such an appoint- every meal-aids
Pedro Ramos, member of the Tam ,
worth of orders unfilled. So great
Preston Holder the white ment, that the appointee serve until
is the call for its products, it is compelled pa city council, was arrested charged man charged with scaling $7,600 from his successor has been elected. Mr. digestion cleanses the
with aiding a voter to "repeat" at I.
to build a plant costing a hun the American Railway Express, by Bowden was the municipal white primary for the
dred and fifty thousand dollars. election of the new city commission. whom he was employed, was found in the last general election, as well as J mouth and teeth and

lie guilty Saturday at Jacksonville. Holder for the unexpired term of Mr. Rast, as
ers. was held in the
county jail
One man dead, two suffering minor his the ballot in sweetens breath.
until the sheriff<< could be located tho not guilty when arraigned, name appeared on
injuries and a wrecked car was the latter having issued instructions to declared he had been held up by L. two places. !\Ir, Bowden's bond has

result of an automobile accident Sate his deputies to release with R. Duke and Orville Womback in the been approved by the county commis. COSTS urru oicriri MUCH
by reckless driving, on no one
urday, caused sioners well the state
his express car on Atlantic Coast Line as as comp-
out personal consent. Bond
the Sebring road at the sharp curve then furnished. train near Baldwin, the money being troller, and his oath of office filed
three miles south of Avon Park. __ taken from the pouch. The two men with the secretary of state, who has Still 5C

he named will face trial on the charge; made out his commission and sent it
The lettuce crop in the Sanford sec- An unprecedented number of auto. Evel1'whereSealed
of receiving; stolen property Wednesday to Governor Catts. The state's chief
tion is now going; to Imal'ke't a satIsfactory j parties from other states are executive, however, has refused to
rate and the crop promises |I moving down the Dixie Highway; and sign the. commission lie hits not
be excellent The shipment made through Ocala. There have never
to his for ; issue
given reasons refusing to
Led by their chief
Saturday was ten cars, and the pros been so many. The cars have been Tony Tommy, the commission.
pects are good; for a heavier movement coming; singly and in groups since the remaining largest single: group of
early in September that the Seminole Indians soon will move from
this week. so
I I While fishing the Ocklocknee rlver .
on -
for early arrivals has also been bro- their old haunts in PalmTJeach county R
ken. As hundred to a new reservation on the Florida Rev. Burns, pastor of the Baptist C A155
many as a a day
Street car strikes are of no momentto have reached here coming from the west coast, about forty miles from church of Quincy, and Ira Price, a garage -
John Seiler, record breaking pedes Fort Myers. The new home of the man were shot from the .
states well out in the Middle West
trian, who entered Jacksonville aftera l"ounty'side of the river Neitherwere
and from Maine. Seminoles will\ consist of a reservation F
1,200 mile hike from Boston, Mass., of approximately 21,000 acres, seriously injured. Price received ti
his starting point for a tour on foot, completely fenced in and including two shots in the right: side of his .w.. wae Garr
which is to end at Key West, where Drilling at the oil well at Chipley portion of the Everglades. The Seminolrs a- 'head, and two in the leg, none of themgoing ,

Iwill embark for Havana. continues active and those most interested in their new home will be ( further than skin lwp. Rev.
appear cheerful and optimistic. Burns received the of
provided with schools and they have greater part
More than three hundred auto tourists There are many rumors a, to agreed to submit to the compulsory the load in the right shoulder and arm It/l r.mnlmnlm r nl
have arrived at the camp in St. possibilities of a near "strike," but education ]laws. I about twenty-five shot hitting him but

Petersburg and are quartered in tents the "powers that be" do not talk and inflicting only flesh wounds.. The two
and cars, enjoying the novelty cf statements by others are simply guess Sunday afternoon, noon' after dark men were fishing from a boat near the FLAUOR

camping out in Florida. hundredand work. Indications continue favorableas Mrs. Martha Williams, of Ocala, who bank on the Liberty county side when TI2htVTHE
twenty-five tents are well filled the work progresses, and the general had just finished her evening meal, I the shot was fired. They were fiftyor Kept

with visitors from all over the country feeling is that oil in paying quantities started to her room and upon reaching sixty yards from the bank on the
will eventually be found, but at
It was met by a burglar who was opposite side of the river. Price saw
considerable depth. searching the room. He knocked her the man who did the shooting standing

The Orlando building inspector'sbooks down. She soon recovered and about twenty feet from the river
scroamod -
show that November will breakall While adding air to the new tire of for help. Mrs. J. E. Long heard near a tree, with his gun in his hands.

previous records. With the month an International truck Tuesday, at the her cry and came to her assistance, It is said there! is considerable : Kill That Cold With
a little more than half gone the fig Mach Brothers garage, Kissimmee, but she was also knooked down and nism among a certain element antapo-I

ures for permits to total $91,000 have Fritz Barber was rendered unconscious rendered unconscious for some time. kulla county to persons from other

been Issued. Between twenty and thirty by an explosion of the tire, The bold robber made his counties fishing in the river down L

residences are now being erected, |which threw the rim in his face with succeeded in taking with getawayand him there and it is believed this was the _
besides dozens of garages. such force as to cut his nose, that many valuables. As both cause of the shooting. .
member dropping over upon his I lip, women were
The Ilernando Association I breaking the bone in the nasal attacked so suddenly they wen Unable
County Dairy organ CASCARA E
to give; any description of the After struggling; ; for some hours in QUININE
filled his with the
held a meeting on Tuesday in higher up, and eyes
only that he was white. heavy seas en route from Tampa to
the county court house and transact. ,Voapstone+ which is carried in all tires
Sarnsota, the fourteen ton motor
ed their usual line of business. Among ,to prevent abrasion, and over-heating. FOR AND ."k
Pupils of the St. vessel Minnehaha found '
Petersburg schools a watery
things: of interest to the community Cold., Coughs OML. Grippe ;
can now be spanked by a machine run grave a mile and a half off the entrance -
they ordered two carloads of milk I Center Hill, noted as being the
by electricity, and it is a very effective to the Manateee river Saturday -
cows greatest shipping point of green; I Neglected" Colds are Dangerous
I device that has been The vessel which carried
made by a cargo
I string beans in the United States and I the manual training department of I ; of 121 drums of kerosene, destined T..k. no chanc.s. Keep this standard remedy handy for Ih. nest .!!..>..

Monday night; Sheriff Ramsey, of one of the largest trucking centers of the high school. The pupils now will I for Sarasota parties, listed heavilyto Br....* up a cold in 24 hour_ K.H.v.. 'I
Gainesville received central Florida, has started vegetables
a phone message ; be sentenced to the electric spanker starboard and taking; water; sank Grippe' In 3 day.-Excellent for Headache
stating that Tom Hodge colored had to moving at a lively clip. About
; instead of the electric chair. The device in about seventy feet of water Some Qulnin. in this form don not affect the bead-Caacara la bat Tonic'
been killed at Long Pond. lIe 1,500 baskets of fancy beans h
; sum green is in the form I Lau .-No Oplat.In "
of a chair on which sixty or seventy drums of kerosene 'iII't''
moned a deputy sheriff and left for were shipped the past week, averaging ;- the victim is ).
seated. Leather floated off. Captain Wart and wife
the scene where he found found dead, $2.50 to $3.25 a crate f. o. b. plat. then straps I' ALL DRUGGISTS
are' swung with no little force who barely had time to Blip on life SELL IT
and Rosie Rowe accused of the shoot form. This week finds beans rolling against I. r tyR'I.
the seat of the person being preservers, got on opposite sides of
ing.: at better than a thousand crates a day
and going to Northern markets in car punished and the straps will hit 1,800 lone of these drums and clung to it ,
times a minute. The device hag been until they were picked up by the motor : ,
M. F. colored lots.
Large, herb doctor, I .
mall boat. Thin vessel also picked
was for the second time in two years -
found guilty: of practicing medicine The fish and game: hog will have tII10iCID0iID0lCSClIDiDm! ( up the engineer of the Minnehahawho

without first procuring a certificateof rough sailing; in Lake county this. sea- COFFINS & CASKETSAnd had been forced to depend solely

qualification and a license, when 'son. Five hundred members of the upon his life preserver for supportand 1iCL'IOX3 ]
the negro was tried before Judge; B. Lake County Fish and Game Protective a Full Line of who was almost unconscious. The if

D. Biers in the Alachua county court League; will co-operate with the Undertaken' Supplies survivors had been in the water two ,
three hours and and
on that charge. Ho was sentencedto game warden and deputies in the or were weak 1
four months at hard labor. county to break up the practice of AUTOMOBILE HEARSE badly chilled as a result of the exposure. -
t I .. Thomas. Baldwin, 13 year old
those who have heretofore ruthlessly Always on hand. The best service & y
Will\ Goodyear, an employe of the disregarded; the statutes in regard; to at the lowest price.. Special son of the captain, deserves the credit

I Camp Phosphate Co., of Newberry, hunting; out of season and killing attention to telegraph or- for rescuing the parties from the
I died the than the law allows during water. He first saw the engineer in
as result of injuries received more game ; ers. Registered Emb.lmer.DeWITI' '
while the water and culling to his father, Small size Micru-lln are made of the '
working in whena season.
I : a phosphat pit, << .
a broke loose. from the top of the he took off his shoes and climbed. out name quality materials, by the same :+

| i' line and fell into the pit, striking I II Ned Jones, colored, art Apalachicola C. JONES on the deck, fastened his arm around careful workmen, in the name modern

I him with terrific force, breaking both troutline fisherman, went to his STARKE, FLA. the snubbing post and threw the life factory that have made Michelin:

6 [arms one leg, crushing his chest and lines located on the river front Thurs. mmmGII2D1THE line to the man in the water, while his King-Hhaped Tubes and other Miche.
J fracturing his skull. day night. Not returning to his home faher maneuvered the boat so that lip. product! famous

r I his wife solicited the aid of her neighbors they could get within a fair distanceof

P Fox, veteran lumberman hu to locate her missing husband. the man Later Mr and Mrs. Wart

I returned' to Tampa and begun the The river banks were searched with. BEST PROOF were seen and rescued.

| ention'. of a mill there for serving out avail. Later the boat that he us- [Wff47V'

I the, local an dCuban trade. This to the I, ed in going to his' lines was discovered ,- N S wjffi"- t1w

T fifth, mill he in operating in South I ; and on Tuesday morning; the r
c Given by a SUrke Citizen. You Do More Work
r orida, these including three sawmill body of the unfortunate man was discovered -
and two stave mills. He is sperializlng I floating; near the plant of the Doun's Kidney Pills\ were usod'her You are more ambitious and you Rut more
brought bcnflt.Tlie enjoyment out of everything when your
on freight car material forth Acme Packing; Company. blood 1 Is in good condition. SMITH'S GARAGE
Impurities In
< ruban ttory was told to Kturke red
government. I the blood have a very depressing effort on
Five negro prisoners escaped from dents the system, causing weakness, laziness Starke Fla.
Grunt Barnard, well known young the Duval county stockade Wednesday Time has strengthened' the erV nervousness and sl(:kness.CJROVE'S ,

lampan who is attending; the Severn after overpowering Guard Win. deuce TASTELESS Chill TONIC

Preparatory school, Boone, Md., with gate. According; to reports made to Has proven the result lasting restores Energy end Vitality by Purifying --- --
>ht intention of later entering Anna. the police\ Wingate was attacked by The testimony I Is home testimony and Enriching the Wood When you feel .
Poli is in During the fight The proof convincing.( Its strengthening, Invigorating effect see
receipt of a personal let- one of the negroes.; ; : how
( frimi It can be investigated by Stark it brings color to the cheeks and howIt You will make u mistake
President Wilson, thanking the prisoner obtained the guard's revolver improves the appetite you will then Big I Reduction In Prices ''
P" f"> hit efforts In the sale of war and'shot him in the left arm. residents appreciate true tonic value. 'IC you order your fntili-

3 a :sri, stamps and notifying him he 'After Wingate; was shot, four other Mrs. JV Andrews, Madison Are, GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC yet without getting our new price li.stn Just JMtued. Plenty ,

prisoners joined the first and took to .ays"I: have used Iioan's KM if Is not a patent medicine. It ls simply of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertlli/ers" Insecticides -
SEEDS ,the woods. Superintendent Jones anda PUN for kidney complaint and Im leaches IRON and QUIMNF! suspended in Syrup. Sprayers Poultry Suppliew.
,j |Plant Martin's Hy-Test Seed for posse left immediately in pursuit and have received floe results. So pleasant even children like It. The ,
Good Results 'and two of the prisoners were recap I feel Justified In recommending this blood seedsQuinlne to f'urifylt and IRONto E. O. PAINTER FKKTILIZKIt (0.
tured. medicine Enrich It. These reliable tonic properties JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

}kan, Peas, Potatoes and Onion On April 26. 1918. Mrs Andrew the bled never fall to drive out Impurities In c

eta. Largest and Oldest Estab I John Dowl, night; watchman at the said: "I think just the same of The Strength-Creating of GROVE'S

lished'' Seed House in the State. Tampa Hardware Company, who was!! Doan's Kidney I'lli nnw all did whenI TASTELESS: Chill 'IONIC lias made It Habitual constipation CuredIn

garden: and Field Seed for Fall found unconscious early Tuesday in recommended tI '111 before I have the favorite tonic In thousands of 111I11I". The Average Way. 14 to ;21 Maya

'lantin Seed Oats, Rye Dare the street in front of the company's had no return of kidney trouble since More than Uiirty-flve year olio, folks Oue trouble' with the country Is tbe "LAX-F>> WITH PEPSSN" Is a specially> <
? >;., .Millet. New crop Turnips., place of business as a result of be- this remedy cured. me." would ride a long clmtnnrn, to get (;Jo
abbage, Egg Plant, Pepper, ing struck over the head with a heavy Prlrt flee at all dealers Don't TASTELESS: Chill TONIC when, a that there'll no chance to get to the Con; tlpation. It relieves promptly but
SEND! FOR pipe, died the following afternoonat simply auk for a kidney r..m"y-p.t! ; member of their family had Malaria or top In thin era of combination, connol- should be taken regularly, U to 21 days
a body-bu'lding. u
gt fingth-glvlng It Stimulates <
; to Induce regular alllon.
Doan's Kidney TM'ls--the same that and -
Idatlon! and Mg bUMlni-Hti so contentedly
a hospital. The victim was <
tonic. ,The formula I ill ;lust the same today Regulates Very Pleasant to 1'alll- 61K
E. A MARTIN SEED CO.. 73 years of age, and was assaulted Mrs Andrews had Foster-MUburn und you can get It fnuo any drugstore \ settle down to do ns little yet Ixiule.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA shortly after 3:30: o'clock, as he had Co., Mfrs. Buffalo, N. ,Y. 6Uo J...r bottle.! work us IOJlJllhh.-Obl'J State Journal / tI
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