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: May 20, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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was charmingly, S. B. Denmark Obeys Final Call at

1,000,000 RAIL- entertained Wainwright last and week Mrs. by Mrs. N. D. R.lfonlllloadaJ' Only Eleven Counties Hate higher)
the home of the former on Clark Monday' afternoon May 16th news Rate Than Bradford County
street '
ROAD' MEN CUT Mrs. W E. Middleton reached Starke that Mr. Stephen B. In championing! -the bill calling for
Mrs. Roscoe McLane presided and IN' LEECOHNTY Denmark had died at noon that day MORE RECRUITS a state equalizer of tax :
acted assessments.
as secre
i at his home, in Raifoid. Mr. Denmark's Representative
tary protem. Annual reports from Hunter, of Marion
RAIL LABOR BOARD DECIDES officers and chairmen of health had been rapidly declining presented some figures showing theaverage
committee CATTLEMEN CHARGED WITH during the but he t
THAT WAGES MUST were read. These assessed value of land
DROP. reports show that i per
had been in Starke week before
AFFECTS ALL ROADS there has been earnest enthusiastic SMALL NUMBER-GIVES acre outside of town and city lot, in .
and his friends here had hopes of his
work done along all club lines. The EXTINGUISHED FIRES 15-DAY ENCAMPMENTDrive the various counties of the state. In X
and thought his lease of life
Chicago, May 17.-The U. S. rail finance committee reported that they had recovery yet to and the only three counties in the state, Du-
years run news
road labor board late today announced made $226.16 during the year. The Scores of new woods fires started was unexpected and sad to them. now under way to fill up\ National val, Hillsborough and Pinellas, Is land,
its decision of revising downwardthe business men of the town have given since last Sunday, are raging In nwny The deceased was born at Black. Guard companies to the maximum assessed at an average in excess of
of than for a new club house the of Lee $10 per acre, though Polk, Orange I
wages more 1,000,000 unskilled sum of $2215 parts county, and reports received shear, t3a., March 1, 1R51. In 1857, strength. :oJ
and .
railworkers effective July 1. and others will also contribute towards at Fort lifers indicate that his parents came to Florida and settled A regiment of infantry in Florida : Seminole are crowding the line

The amount of the decrease will be this object. Mrs. N. D. WainWright more than a hundred grove owners in the northern portion of Bradford is now an assured fact. All of the I closely.

made public June 1. chairman of the building homesteaders and truck farmers have county. When he reached man. units necessary for a complete ... Only eleven counties in the state .

At the name time the board an- committee reported that the plans been burned out entirely or have suffered hood he began to take much interestin ment have been organized and in .d.j show a higher. assessed 'valuation of

nounced that) it would hold hearing for the club house have been completed losses that will cripple them. public matters and soon came into dition a motor transport (' land per acre than Bradford. Following

starting June 6, regarding proposals and that bide' on the building will The biggest ofjhe-- fires started last prominence._Always very popular he Following Is a list of the companiesand are Mr. Hunter's figures. They
by the roads to decrease the wages of be offered at an early date. Monday already has burned over a had no difficulty in being chosen for their stationary show the average' assessment, per

other classes of employes and would Election of officers resulted as follows tract of more than twenty square the different offices he occupied. He A, rifle,company, Daytona. acre, excluding city and town lots.

also make its decision in these canes : miles on'the north side of the Caloosahatchee was county treasurer for two terms' B, rifle company, Miami.C Alnchuit -__________!_______$ 3.74

effective the same'date. A similar decision President Mrs. W. E. Middleton. between Alva and Denaud. was elected sheriff two terms and appointed rifle company, West Palm llcach. Baker -____________________ a.44 ;
in the case of skilled workers Vice President Mrs. O. L. Ilaynes. A fire started last'' week near Alva is to fill the unexpired term of {i D, machine gun company, Sanford. Bay ----____._____-____._ 8.80

would mean a cut in the pay of prac- Secretary, Mrs. G. M. Inman. still burning on the south bank of. the Sheriff J. N. Langford after the deathof K, rifle company, Live Oak.< Bradford u_____.______,-r. 6.87 i

tically every railway worker in the Treasurer Mrs.' Chas. A. Futch.It river and spreading eastward. the latter. During the term last I'" rifle company Jacksonville.G I rtrevard ___.......__.._.... 4.11

country July 1 and would affect approximately was decided that the club would The fire ravaged district between mentioned he was called upon threo rifle company, Starke. Broward -------4....?f_.__. 8.14"Calhoun .

'2,000,000 men, it was meet each month during the summer. Alva and Denaud comprises a stretch times to fulfill the most disagreeable II, machine gun company, Lake ............_._...... 2.20 ,
pointed out. During the social\ half hour the more than two"miles long, being the duty connected with the sheriff's of. City.I Citrus ----___.?..-_.-__--_ 487 I

On July 20, 1920, the board rendered company enjoyed victrola music, also biggest and most disastrous forest fice. Whether in office or out, Mr.Dt'nmatk's rifle company Tarpon Springs.K Clay ________-_..a....___._ 2C2 M
a decision increasing the pay of all several piano selections. Misses Eliz- fire over known in Lee county. opinion on public 'matters rifle company, Orlando. Columbia .-_-_.j.._......._.'__ 2.71
classes of railway employes approximately abeth Brownlee and Iris Epperson In this fire alone big pine timber always carried the weight that goes L, rifle t'OnllanyVauchula.. DAde r3.15

21 per cent or about $600,. played two"duets, "Caprlcanta" and estimated to have been worth between with experience and good judgment, M, machine gun company, Brooks- Dt.Soto ____.---____-----.-- 2.78Duval ,
000,000 a year. "Polonaise; as an instrumental solo $160,000 and $200,000 has been destroyed and to the last he retained the love ville, let platoon; Marianna, 2nd pla _-u___._..-______... 18.8(1

Several Miss Iris Epperson played "Valse Ca or so seriously damaged as to and respect of all, and no man in tho toon. Hscambla ............_-_.. 7.02
months ago several roads price"and; Miss White played "Danceof be practically worthless. county was better known than lie. In Headquarters company, St. Peters Flaglur _____.?.?.-__.._.. 8.31
cent for reductions averaging 20 the Demons." Sheds, barns and fences on at leasta his home he was a good husband and burg. Franklin :___,_...-.?.*..-. 1.70
per unskilled employes. The Roses sweet peas and cosmos were dozen homesteads, farms and small father hospitable and generous almost Service company, St. Augustine, Gadsdcn __--......._-__... 6.81
appealed to the board, which used in decoration, and bunches of Hastings. Hnmllton ___
decided grove prcpervies nave been ourneo,, to..a fault. -.-.__-.. 8.87
that the roads could not make ..
varicolored sweet peas were given though only two homes have been destroyed Of-- near relative. he leaves his widow Howitzer company Jacksonville. Jlernando ................. 3.89
hold summary reductions but must first each guest as a favor. so far as can be learned. One, who was before her marriage, Motor transport company, Jackson Hillsboroutfh ____.-.__..-.- 13.28

conferences with their men. Mrs. Ritch and Mrs. Wainwright of those, a handsome two story residence , Miss Msmie Crews daughter of tho ville. Holmes __.-__..-.._-.-_--- 3.47
Practically every large road in the were assisted in serving: by Mrs. E. E. was completed less than a year late Sheriff P. S. Crews, four sons, These companies have been recognized Jackson ___-.___.....__.? 304

its country then held conferences with Canova, Mary Canova Harriet Ritch ago It ii reported that a number of Messrs. P. S. Denmark of Raiford, by the United States government Ji-fTorson ____.........__.__ 8.30
unskilled employes n.7arding reductions James Richard Wainwright and Mrs. other homes have been burned but the S. J. Denmark' of Falatka, J. II. Denmark as National Guard Units. After I tfayette ----_...........'. 2.80

and when the 4I1I1ployes're.fused D. T. Clark. A dainty ice course was reports have not as yet been confirm' of St. Augustine, and Tato a rigid inspection, as to the fuofeHslonul Wake --.-.--.-..-__-_-____. 4.07
to to accept cuts, carried the case served, consisting of onyx ice cream ed. It is extremely difficult to get Denmark of Green Cove Springs; four and physical fijtnuss\ of the ________.__-_....;.?.. 2.10

the board. and home make cake, fruit punch being I around in the burned-over arear, as daughters, Mesdames Annie Alvarez officers and men making up the per. Leon --..-............a.-.. 3.82 Ia

The roads plead that they were be. served just before the departureof the roads are blocked in many placesby and Ada L Balsden, of Starkr, Mrs. sonnel. I Levy ---__-_____......-___. 2.28

ing forced to pay more for labor than the guests. the prostrate trunks of huge, part Onle Hood, of Mulberry, and Miss The Federal government require Liberty ____---___-.--__--_ 1.88/
they could employ it for in the open ly burned trees; while the farmers Mamie Denmark of Raiford twenty that each company' huve not less than Madison ____.............. 3.89 Ial
market'that; reduction in the cost of ANNUAL HONOR ROLL R. II. S. and homesteaders for the most part grandchildren and one great. rand- fifty men on its rolls, but they may I Manatee ._.,_..._......._.- /5.01

living justified similar reduction in Having reached the required stan- ore in the woods fighting the fires. child. Also one half-brother, Mr. J. have one hundred, so now Is the time I Marion --.............._._.. 4.10I
wages; that they were being forcedto dard and been on every monthly hon- Many of these persons, women as II. Dowling of Raiford, and two sisters the officers of the National Guard I I Monroe -...........,,' ._..A 1.01
operate in many cases at a loss and or roll during the school year, the following well as men, have fought the fires ever ', Mrs. W. J. Johnst/of Starke and want to build up the companies to I Nassau ___....+.;-'...'*..... 2.47

that they wished to reduce their rates pupils have the distinction of since Mopday, and when some of Mrs. Geo. E. Kelly, of Raiford. Tho their maximum strength. (Okaloosa ......*._?.._.?.... 2.77
for the benefit of the public but could being on the annual honor roll: the homesteaders were seen their eyebrows bereaved relatives have the sincere I I The annual encampment la only six Okeerhobee ................ 8.55[;

not do so while forced to pay a war First grade-Grace Alvarez, Dtho- were singed off, their hair singed sympathy of all. weeks oft and it will be preceded by i Orange ____....__.......... LOT

time scale to labor. tin White. their clothing and ,shoes burned The interment took place at the De- a school of Instruction, and followed Onteolrt ______......-...-... 3.34
The employes charged that the financial Second grade-Hazel Adkins. tlmost off, their eyes bleared and kle cemetery, Lake Butler, Tuesday by a competition! for places on the Palm Beach -----.--.---.-..- 2.45/
condition of the roads was I' Fifth grade-Ruth Sternberg. bloodshot from smoke and from exhaustion and was witnessed by la "ge crowds of I rifle team to represent Florida at the I Pasco __.____.._..,..-..._... 6.19 s I

due to gross mismanagement; that Sixth grade-Elizabeth Kendrick, of fighting under a hot sun. people from all over the'county.. The National Matches, to be held at Camp I|I Pinellas! ----.---.....*.%__. 64.88
increased rentals had practically nullified Elise Jones, Sammy Sternberg. These people were in a condition of deceased being a prominent .Mason, Perry, Ohio. Any man who enlists |I Polk -________--;__..--.._.- 0.45/ I
any decreases in other necessities Ninth grade-Blanche Alderman, iomplete physical exhaustion, having the brethren took charge of the cere I now can attend the school of instruc-1 I Putnam I *.____..._?_._______.,,. 3.15 Sri
; that the wages paid rail workers Isabel Fernandez. ''labored day and night for a week to monies. Flowers in profusion had I' tion and the Fifteen Day Camp and ,: St. Johns __._?..*_._..-__.. 3.75

were still below those paid in other Eleventh grade-Nellie Stearns. ave their possessions. Every one of been sent from many places as beautiful 'If qualified can shoot, at the state '(I I I St. Lucie __._.__1-....,.__. 6.93 ill
lines of industry.In Twelfth grade-Mona Alderman: them expressed bitterekt enmity for tokens of love and esteem competition and at the National :: Santa Rosa ----------m.------ 304

its announcement the board stat- The following named pupils of the Tango riders and cattlemen whom Matches. All of th.'time spent on Seminole --..........----.- 0.00

ed that "prevailing conditions justify eighth grade and high school are 'on they declared were responsible for RAIFORD this duty is paid for by the United Sumler .' ................... ff.87 R

to an extent yet to be determined, a the honor roll for the eighth month: Betting the fires, and, who, they said, States government at full pay. I Suwannee .._...,.-___'-_-.. 4.30
readjustment downward of the wages Eighth rade-Rosa Leviton Emma had been seen in the act of starting Raiford, May 20.-H. W. Raiford The advantages of being a National Taylor ______-_.__......... 4.07

of the employee of the carriers which Andrews, Hugh Brownlee. fires. Every one of these persons declared and S. T, Dowling were visitors to Guardman are many. Here are a Volusla ..._-------.___._;.. 6.03

are parties to the disputes already Ninth grade-Arthur McRae, One unequivocally in favor of a no- Lake Butler.Friday. few of tht'mlThe Wakulla --...--------.--.. LOU\ f
heard by the board." Wiggins Blanche Alderman, Isabel fence law and the abolishment of the Mrs. Seeber King and Mrs. Coleman National Guard'giveR a man I Walton .__-.___..__-_.-___ 3.53

Fernandez, Eunice Perkins. free range many of them stating thatif of Lake Butler were in Raiford thorough military training without Washington ....._____.____ 2.01 .. ., hd.u
HOPE FOR GROWERS Tenth I'rade-M.dge Middleton, Representative Perry of Lee county : Tuesday guests of Mrs. H. W Rai- interfering with his other duties. Mr. Hunter of course, does not caw

Ethel Griffin. docs not support a bill providing! i ford.Mrs. J'uy for drills at the armories.All claim that all land In the state is
Washington May 7.r Senator Park Eleventh grade-Adine Watson, for a referendum on this question- he- II. W. Raiford Misses Lucye uniforms and, equipment are wort Mho same money, but he does '
Trammell, who for the past four or Nellie Stearns, Paul Canova. will not be returned to the legislaturefor Perry and Inca Johnson visited furnished without Individual cost. claim that there should not be such ''

five months has been particularly active Twelfth grade-Ruby Mae Poppell, another term. friends in Starke Wednesday. Men are taught to shoot and havea Inequalities as appear in the above ta .. ,- ,

in behalf of Ithe reduction of the Mona Alderman. Another serious feature of the forest Tho many friends of Mrs., II. ,W. chance to practice on in-doo and ble. It would appnar that a stateequalizer ",a

transportation charges received yes- fires in that section is the appalling Raiford will be glad to know that aha out-door target ranges. could net a figure that, I I
terday from Senator Cummins, JUNIORS ENTERTAIN SENIORSThe destruction of wild life. Hundreds is much improved in health, she having Trips to now places and chances to would be more neiirly correct than .;11I'/
chairman the Senate committee on of nesting been quite sick for some months. take part in big celebrations. some of those flxd.mtAIWOIW I ,
quail, from
Interstate commerce, a letter advising Junior class of the B. H. S. en. their nests She and her sister Miss Lucye, V. Opportunity to go to the military ''
containing birds
Wm that the Trammell resolution, introduced tertained the Senior class Saturday be' young or Perry, will leave shortly for a months academy at West Point and to attend ROY HONORED
eggs, were to seen in the roads
hi the early part of the session evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. visit to relatives in Fernandina. i regular army schools.
the dust being fairly packed in -
asking for an investigation of W. C. Powell, on N. Walnut street. place Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Raiford, Miss Athletics, dances smokers, entertainment .
by their feet. This was also true of Gov. Harden has
aPilOlntell'rof. M.
the present high freight rates on citrus The rooms of this pretty home were wild turkeys Lucye Perry, Mrs Jno. Mayhond, Dr. ,. Always something goingon e'A
and carcasses of scores S. Hayes, of Moore Haven
fruits and all farm products witha I attractively decorated with a quantity and Mrs. Chalker and Mrs. W. E. at the company club rooms. superintendent ' \
of e't.
and old turkeys to be of
young were public Instruction
view to bringing tabout a reduction I of Shasta daisies,.the class flower, Brown formed a pleasant party that I'hyMlcal development.. of
seen through those of the burn- Glades Prof.
parts born
will be taken up by the committee in also ferns were used with good effect. motored over to Worthington Thurs With these many advantages, It county. was
ed-over woods through which it and reared in Bradford For
connection with the general railroad Soon after the arrival of the guests' was day. They expressed themselves. as should not be long before the rolls of county. A
possible to penetrate. Roads the several he .
Investigation which is to begin: next the party repaired to the Gaiety I streams showed near being well pleased with the new management all the companies will be full, so now years was one of Brad.tord'
scores of trails left foremost teachers. He
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a son
the is the red bioodod .
Tuesday. Theatre where .they enjoyed pictures over there. time for every -
by alligators seeking refuge from the Of N. G. of '
Hayes, and
Ilrooker .
Senator Trammell will present to after which they went back to American between the ages of 18 and
flames. brother of E. W. Hayes -
the committee such data as he has Mrs. Powell's residence and spent the BAPTISTA I 45, to get in. our countytax
upon the subject embraced in his resolution rest of the evening playing charade PRESBYTERIANWewantu Anyone Interested should see the collector. After his marriage to tsir +
Miss Ina B.
and states that he will also and other games. Throughout the very special service for the mem local organization commander at once Crews youngest daughter
be pleased to present to the committee evening fruit punch and candy was I -... bership of the church. Every memberIs A going military organization in a of lion. J. B. Crews, they movedto
any further information and petitions enjoyed and a late hour brick ice with us next Sunday sure. I expected as there will be some community Is a demonstration of 100 South Florida. The past two yeara

that may be sent to him by cream and cake were served, the class Bring all your folks. Don't let visitors things very certain to Interest. per cent Americanism, j they have been in Moore Haven. Mr.
the growers of Florida. He is of the colors being carried out in the deli- keep you away. Bring them along This will be presented In varying Haves has proven himself a rood II
opinion that it is advisable for repre- cious refreshments.The and give them a cold dinner when you form at both the 11 a. m. and the 9 p. GROVES- ( RNAGE school man In building Moore Haven ;1
home. high school to be one of the best in
eentatives of the shippers of Floridato Juniors present were: Paul E. m. services. Sermons by the pastor. -
appear before the senate committee Canova, Jr., Louise Fernandez Adine Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Despite much rain earnest attendants A quiet but pretty wedding took South Florida. We feel tare that Gov..

and says that he contemplates arranging Watson Nellie Stearns; Seniors Ai- Sermon at 11 a. m. Subject, "Joyin are visiting the three confer. place Sunday morning, May 15th, at Hardee has made a wise"..lection In
for them to have such hearing leen Alvarez Maggie Maxwell Ruby Church Attendance." ences on' Scripture daily. Dr. Baker the home of the:T5 ride's parents Mr. this young man for the important
if desired. I Mae Poppell, Mona Alderman Levy Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m. SubJect Is showing a thorough acquaintancewith and Mrs. W. F; Hamage when their office of school superintendent of the

I Canova Harry Canova Orville, Grlffis "My Favorite Saying of Christ the Book and Is certainly! succeeding daughter, Miss Bertha, .was marriedto new county of Glades.THEATRICALS 1.J

IMPROVEMENTS UNDER WAY Carl Johns. and Why In fastening the general plan Mr. Henry Groves Rev. W. M.. 1
Sermon at 7:45: p. m. Subject, "I, and truths on the people' hearts. Moody performing the ceremony. On. AT LAWTEY
The improvement of Ileilbronn STEWART-GRIFFiS the Young Man Absalom Safe?" The Sunday school feels gratified.Dr. ly a few relative and friends were .J

Springs is already under way and Young men are particularly invitedto Baker leaves for Jacksonville present. A farcical comedy, "Three Hats" a
within a short time the company will Mr. H. J. Stewart of Glen St. hear this. And let every fellow Saturday morning. The bride is a very popular young/ play In three acts, will be given in the

l>e ready to begin placing this famous Marys and Miss Alberta Griffis the bring hi. best girl. There'll be a welcome All organizations of the church meet lady of the'' Wateroak section. The1rI"00m auditorium of the Lawtey school
water on the market. The company daughter, of Mr. J. J. Grids of Manning for all. at the usual hours. Is prosperous young man of building by local talent Tuesday evenIng ,:I.

recently had R. F. Ensey civil engineer were married Saturday by Justice DAVID LANDER, V. D. M. BLANCHARD. D. LAW, High( Springs. Immediately after the May 24th under the auspices of ,
to make plan. of such Improvements Floyd Green at his office in the Pastor. ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Groves left the Woman's Missionary Union of the .
as are to be made at this time. courthouse at Starke. The newly wedded D. M. Flynn and Jno. II. Powell. of for High Springs, where they will Lawtoy Baptist church. The publicIs r J

Under the direction of the board of couple, who will reside at Glen Jacksonville, came down Sunday to Mr,. L. E. Jordan and little son of make their future l\ome. cordially Invited to attend and we .

directors this work is 1 now being done i St. Marys, have the best wishes for see L. C. Powell who has been ill for Oveldo, are visiting her sister Mrs. Their many friends wish them along assure you a whole evening of fun ,

and will be rushed to completion. I happiness from their many friends. the past ten,.day. T. J. Griffin. I and happy married life. Admission, 25 and 35 cents. t ;Ir


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FRIDAY MAY 20. 1821.

., L to Lake Butler Thursday. i I IB. I I I J. A. Markey was transacting business ---

;' E. Brown was a business visitor I J I in Brooker Friday.

tM W to Worthington recently. Roscoe Chesier', of Brooker was +
Tom Townsend of Lake Butler, was here Saturday. y
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in this community Friday. Evan Hodge was a visitor to Brooker S

Carl Brown, a student of the of last week. J p1r. ,
Georgia Tech is visiting his parents Jack Goodge was in Brooker Satur-
this week.
Sheriff' Epperson and Deputies Sapp and Mrs. A. H. Warren spent
and Baisden, of Starke were in this Saturday at the river. 31
section last week.
} Mr. and Mrs. Math Douglass visited LAWTEY 431

relatives in Providence Sunday. '
Eurie Brown was in Lake Butler LaW ')', May 20.-Mrs. J. E.
F. 50 good cigarettesfor Friday. spent several days last week in '
'f:3 rtf 1
lOc from N. II. Stokes visited relatives at La- cross, Ga., with her' .1n. Louis, O .fa; ,516. .. r1AO4";' I0a3:. .,e e
Crosse Saturday and Sunday. was operated on last week. At Uft&. .
sack of .
+ BI
one Earle Peeples of Georgia Tech, is writing he is reported getting 90.

GENUINE visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. II, as well as could be expected. 32.
C. Peeples. Mrs. W. II. Miner and Mrs.
This community was saddened last were visitors to Starke the first

r BULL". Thursday when the news of the deathof of the week.
Salter Williams, son of Mr. and
Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Swift & 134.; es:;
r Company
Mrs. J. F. Williams, was learned. He of Starke attended the ball distributed.. Th 4 i e
: DURHAM was employed in Jacksonville until Thursday. IhenumbtroJ ihart* 9..
"" .". he began suffering with a carbuncle. I James Goodfellow was a seek state and hat ,
TOBACCO He later removed to indurate tilt pro-
: was to High visitor to Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs.
1 I.:,, .. Springs, where the end came Thurs I! Enoch Grime and distribution.Who.
., .
'-'' .. day at 6 o'clock a. m. Salter was: Pearl, left Friday for St. Peter
,'. one among the number who did his! where they will spend several is Swift & Company ?
0-:: REMARKABLE ENDURANCE OF bit in ffie} World War taking an active -' with her son, Arthur.
i RODENT part in several battles, being I :Mrs. W. M. and
t Redding
i & is In fact it would take 900 of the
: not a one man or largest
occasion. The remains
gassed on one visited relatives in
affair. It is a company owned shareholders pooled] together to vote 51
while Frank ,Jones, the were laid to rest in Olustee cemetery week. |
Saturday than scattered of the stock I
40,000 people per cent
Friday morning. He leaves to mourn Mrs. L. D. Dorman of ,
trnlde of Sampson, City and some face of the globe-forty thousand
Starke people were rowing on Sampson his untimely death both father and is spending a few days with Mr. with voting and a These shareholders are the men and
lake they espied a half-grown I mother, two brothers, Ozzie and Ben Mrs. Silas Brown. powers women whose money in the form of
in the risks and profits of the
rat swimming heading for the oel'r-I two sisters, Mn. Arthur Fleming Mrs. E. B. Wells was a was't. s. capital,makes Swift ft: Company possible.

: \M est shore about a,quarter mile away. and Lula, of High Springs besides a I Starke Friday. They are jealous of the character and
I and found to bee host of friends and relatives. The en- E. of the forty thousand live here of their
The rat was caught Mrs L. Biggs and Mrs. reputation organization: proud of
almost exhausted. About three-quar tire community extends its heartfelt Turner of Starke, were visiting United States. But some of otherswhat them it is o proud to have a part in
I,' ters mile away were two boats occu- sympathy to the bereaved ones. tives and friends here Monday. Prance some in England supplying to the world such products asSwifts
'pled by'anglen, and it was thought Geo. Miller has gone to Atlanta, Noah Butler of Philippines Hawaii Alaska Premium Ham and Bacon Brook-
had been in of the where he has accepted a position in a of them field SiverJ..f
I the rodent one spending a few days with are women. Sausage Brand Pure Lard,
:I boats attracted by fish scraps then law office of Col. Ilayden. His many near Lawtey.W. I y 14,000 of them are employes. Wool Soap Swift a Company's fresh
y ''i" after becoming: frightened had leaped friends wish him success.Denzie E. Torode.was transacting meats, etc.

a I into the water and entered on its Thomas visited relatives in ines sin Jacksonville Tuesday. average individual holdings are The executives of Swift ft Company

;. 'long swim. Another example of a LaCrosse Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Torode was a about 37 shares apiece. maintain the high standards of these

rat'. remarkable tenacity of life. The I J. C. Ward of Providence was in Starke Monday. one person or family owns a products as an imperative duty not only to
.. ,end of the long tall had been nibbled this community Saturday.C. Miss Louise Blanchard is of the stock. the 40,000 shareholders, but to the public
by flsh and It is a wonder the intrepid H. Harrison, of Worthington, relatives in Jacksonville fori\ a
r; '' little seafarer had not been swallowed was here on business last week. weeks.
& Company U. S. A.
bodily by a big ba a.i B. E. Brown made a business trip Miss Reed, of Ocala was ,
1/ tp Lake Butler last week. friends In Lawtey last week.
i : MILLERMiller Murray Thomas was in Lake But- Andrew Lowery and family

1" ---- ler Saturday. visiting relatives in Lawtey the
r" I May 20.-Rev. E. B. Joyner Miss Mildred Roberts of Lake Butler part of the week.
"' .
I'I'; I ,\t'! filled his regular appointment at the ', spent the week-end with Misses Dr. Adams, of Lake City, was
". I. Free Will Baptist church Saturday Johnnie and Trumle Rimes. guest Saturday and Sunday of
,. of Mr. and Mrs. SI- Sunday with his/ parents, Mr. and
,.', ;" night and Sunday. and Mrs. W. E. Torode., visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
' ; fJ- Murray Thomas was a business WATERMILLWatermlll W. E. Torode, James Lowery, Mrs. Charles Rinkins. Bryant Wilkinson.M. .
visitor to;! Jacksonville Friday. was a visi- Joe )Mary of Starke spent Sunday I .
,f II. Edwards, J. E. Brown Carl L. Crews of Raiford was .a
with relatives in ,
[ L''I' :1' Miss Christine Townsend of Lake _May 20.-J. H. Brown I'n. C. R. Sapp, George Roberts Lawtey business visitor here Monday,
[' : J Butler spent the weekendwith Miss was a visitor to Brooker Friday.P. D. Rowe were visitors to Starke of Jacksonville, Frank Green, of Plant City, spent T. E. Engebretsen was a visitor to
'. ,ri:i Carrie Belle Brown. A. Crosby and sons, were business nesday.L. with relatives. the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Jacksonville Monday.

I, N. H. Stokes made, a business trip visitors here last week. D. Dorman, of Jacksonville, Jacksonville spent Dinkins.
.j, Arthur Stokes was l a visitor to A. A. Stokes of Jacksonville, spent 0
,,, "]' j jI Lawtey Sunday. the week-end here with friends.

IJ ,, James Goodfellow left Sunday fora
, ,: business trip to Alabama and Mis-
, v'II slssippi. He will probably be gone

I several week with bad backs and weak

'f DELCO LIGHT R. R. Thede and family Mrs. W. II, I kidneys aie apt to feel o4 at sixty.
W 1\ Edwards and two children Rev. II. II. Many old folks say Dorm( Kidney
Pills help them
' Black and family and the Cox family keep young. Here's
a Starke
. ,
spent Saturday at Kingsley lake; Mrs
Lucy Hemingway, B. L. Blanchard, of Jacksonville
and Broadway ''
says: 1 suffered I
spent Sunday at his home here.
greatly from a lame and aching back I
The Lindsay baseball team from and I could hardly get around. It ;
Jacksonville opened up the season in I hurt me to stoop or lift and my kid- I,
: cffie and Lawtey Thursday with a game In DoeY8 dIdn't act to. they shouJd 1 I{
Complete Elecfric./i911t Power Plant which the score was 6 to 2 in favor of: also had headaches and felt generally

.' Lawtey. The Lawtey team is ready miserable. I began taking Doan's
for a series of games with any ama- Kidney Mils and they gave me splendid I'
teur team in the state, at any time. relief Cont'nuod ,lJse. made me :
Address J. T. )Moore Lawtey.HIGHLAND feel like a different person (State-
aa'l; ment given March I\!, 1911 I :
( 295; On April 26, 1918. Mrs. Hemingwaysaid
l : "I now confirm 'ull l ,thut I formerly
.,.,. (. . : Highland, May 20.-Mr. and Mrs said in favor of Duan's Kidney
J. O. McCormick, of
Wildwood visited pule.
r y'." ; ,' I have had no return of my
''/. 4'' ', ': relatives here last week. former complaint
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I v Messrs. George Anderson and Joe Price 60c at all dealers Don't ,
Marr of Starke were business visitors simply ask for a kidney .emedy-1tet

Yo ft.b, DaytonQ here Tuesday and Wednesday.The Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
tL, Mrs, Hemingway .
a many friends of Gilbert Barker had. Foster Mllbuno
will regret to learn of the deathof i Co, Mfrs? Uuffalo, N. Y. '
r all other Delco Light
; ; plants,. -
I EKE his father G. H. Barker in Jack
:I model at $295 has the famous sonville.

Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss Beth
/ four-cycle air-cooled l ASPIRINBSSW.Bm.
it : =:. Wimberly attended the funeral of G.
motor. It is self-cranking. There is H. Barker in Jacksonville Wednes BSSW.Bm. r

l(, only one place to oil. It runs on'keno4 day.The Misses Mamie and Jennie Prescott "Bayer" on Genuine

sene, is economical and easy to operate. 'frn and Cassie Padgett were shop-
1\'II" ping in Starke Saturday.
III\ .
d r Years of Delco-Light engineering I ular Rev. J. Strickland filled his reg- 0
n appointment at the Baptist
(;4 development together with the experience II church Saturday.
[t John I. Marr visited relatives at
gained from
1 \ over 135,000 users Starke Sunday. ,

combined to produce the value that is H. C. Wimberly, Jr.:, was a business Inc
b { visitor to Lawtey several days last
; J represented in all Delco-Light Products. week.
Take Aspirin ,
only u told in cadi paekf -
; Dr. G. W. Brown
f I of Lawtey, was a age genuine Bayer Tmbfeta of Aspirin
There are twenty-five styles and sizes Thou
IIA professional visitor here Sunday. you will be following the direCt\CDt\
Jeff Griffis was transacting busl- and domes worked out by physicians
? of Delco-Light plants to meet
j during 21
every nes sin Lawtey Saturday.Mr. years, and proved scale by mil

yZ JI need of farms stores, country homes and and Mrs. T. E. Engebretsen. of lion.If you Take see the no chances Bayer Cross with mib.titot on tablet...

Stuart arrived Thursday for a visit .veil can We them without fear for
Ir all those places where individual lighting ..'OId", Headache
1 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Neurmlrf Rhmmatism
HaraolM. Toothache, LumUjro and for
Y i plants are a necessity. Wilkinson. ram. Handy tin ton* of twelve tablrU
Some much needed rains fell here cost few "'"" 1fStoU( also sell larger

F ;o Write for catalog or come in ,and let us during the last few days. nay.J>aricIlgN.. Manut..ture, Allpinn 1. the trade mu1I: 01
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew (If Mo caeId-
Wilkinson of ester 01
tell you what Delco-Light can do for Glen St. Mary arrived Monday for aMr. alk-yU..o1d.

Delco-Light betters 4
you. con-
, Let .. Mary Graves Tell You Her -

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COMPANY --.aIIIIIiI tor, this year I've made money. Rats

''1"-" : ;; \. DAYTON OHIO stole my baby chicks. Didn't know, until DAVISINSURANCE

a friend gave me a cake of RAT
ojo'tJt; ) : .iry :1 SNAP. Next morning found two dead
DealerGainesville I
.js t rats in bennery. Kept finding them.
., Suddenly they disappeared altogether.

.,\ : ,' Fla. It's the only sure rat Tciller. 3

., sizes, 35c, 65c, 125. Sold and guar-

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.....- THE TODDLERS I Perchance the breath of scandal now

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. 1 I May turn to infant prattle
-.I.II While favors for the dance will be
-- .. ("The mothers of Millville, N
A teething ring or1 rattle.
have the
petitioned to
mayor stop

I | Live StateNNews'! I In anew craze Paper)for. dancing the toddle"- > Minna Irving in Cartoons MagazineNo

: j I Worm In a Healthy Child
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fc rf- - ; u All children troubled. with W....... tiara an .....
Told by Our Exchange I sizepackage The turkey trot is out of date, e.eallh"ook>r.which Indkataa put blood sad..arule ,.
i il The is ihftr U mnr or I_ .""...cb dlMurbaooal.KOVE .
\ ----------- --- tango I'allile.The 'S TASTLLCSS CHILL TONIC Blvmi. ......-
-- ----- fox-trot once no popular. larly fur tweet thrs weeks will eork-h! the blood.
Te peach crop at Lake Geneva is Jesse Hilliard of Has had its little day. Improve th!dictation,sod Ml.>a**naral StraMthftnlnf -
Dover Is said to Tonic. to the whole.",1..... N.tunoIIlb..o
fine and the large crop is now beginning have severely cut his father and eld- The shimmy, too, has ceased to be t'I throw ado 'dUnel lh.worm,and OwChlld wind.
to ripen and go to market. er brother during! a difficulty over The terpsichorean model to perfect health. Ptauuilo<.*.. pethotshv,

the use of an automobile Saturday For young and old, fat and thin. Garner Hill. Gladstone, N. J, Sella-
Wednesday showed the largest total night. The elder Hilliard received a Are learning how to toddle. nat Snap He Say
shipments of any day precedingwhen gash on the throat and a cut in the
"I sell and RAT SNAP. Like to
13 cars were shipped out 6270 left side. The older brother was
stabbed A step a stopj; a threatened flop. look any man in the face and tell it'*
hampers from Williston. in the back. Jesse Hilliard
Another step behold! "
also the best. It's good. People like RAT
received a knife wound in the LUCKYSTRIKE
And forty-five acquires the gait
left side. SNAP because it "doe a" kill rats petrifies -
Mrs. Mary Prescott who claimedto Of teetering one-year-old. carcass-leaves no smell Comes
be 107 years of age and who has In rakes, no mixing to 'do. Cat or
resident of W. IL Evers of Lillibridge, caughta Pile. Cured In 6 to 14 Days e.
been a Daytona for a scoreor
dogs won't touch It. Three sixes 36c! ,
gar fish four and one-half feet long DruMiatt If PAZO OINTMENT
more of years passed away Friday in the South Prong river 40 cur llchlnl..MrDTI at Pnicnxlkiis i C5c, 11.25. Sold and guaranteed by D. i
night. laaiantlif raln>m>a lluhlnS PU<*. and you ran C. Jones Starke.-Adv.
twenty-two pound He cooked the I II n-Mlul t'ra utter tfc > Brat IUU>IUKU| <.... Prlca I

A five passenger National car waa I roe of the fish and fed it to his chickens -

caught by the incoming tide at St. I' and it killed the lot, hence the

Augustine beach and became Imbed- I warning. An old negro told years 10 cigarettes for lOots
ded in quicksand so suddenly that it I ago that the roe of the gar fish was

was impossible to extricate it. The poisonous and this appears to prove Handy and convenient; try

machine was a total loss. j it them. Dealers now carry

it I both sizes : 10 for 10 cts ;
Work on the bed for the railroad
Wilson Blasingame the man who 20 for 20 cts.
attempted to kill his brother-in-law between Green Cove Springs and .

W. J. Kersey Sunday morning cut lIampton on the Seaboard Air Line It's Toasted

his throat with a razor in his cell at is progressing rapidly and plans are 1VfJ ,
the county jail at Clearwater. The being drawn for the construction of _
several stations along the Jt -
route. The -
man never regained consciousness. '' new road will afford transportation _.....:... t Old Glory la now

While attempting to throw out the facilities for one of the richest sections on the Seven S a

switch to stop the mixing machine in of this,portion of Florida. o
curred while Whidden and a couple of the Ft. My'
the fertilizer plant of the Exchange
Supply Company in Gary A. B. Barter The partly charred body of a man Smith boys I were at the dinner table. fires destroboya Ship and Sail under the Stars
was electrocuted dying almost instantly was found in the Pumpkin swamp The Smith had just returned household gments < (
section of Dixie county south of from a hog hunt and while one of on the I
yesterday afternoon. and '
Mayo by cattlemen, who reported to them was handling a revolver that ho near Wood Stripes to all parts

Two young Apalachicola men made the authorities that to all appearances had used on the hunt the weapon discharged persons decla

three trips down the bay last week the man had been murdered and the bullet entering Wlldtor cattle ow of the world I

hunting the elusive shrimp and the the body then placed in a fire in order den's left groin severing an artery woods Sunda,

three trips netted them 0,000 pounds to conceal the crime. The limbs and lodging in the hip. setting Ore tl YOU can now travel or ship your foods, to

of shrimp pocketing a check for $320 were( burned off and the face so badly bushes. The part of the world on American owned

for the 'week's work, less about $25 charred that identification Is believed Sunday Charles Homage, of Fer- although the and American operated ships, flying the

for expenses. impossible.' nandina heard a commotion in"his serious fires i 1 American Flag. American ships are modern,

e aKBaatwav ', chicken yard and going to investigate the strong M scientifically designed and constructed, new

Thursday afternoon a hair storm A monstrosity In the chicken line found I what he thought was a last few day chips built for satisfactory service.

struck the Hawthorne section and did was hatched out at the home of Mrs. thicken hawk being pursued by an ea warnings and

considerable damage. Windows were Albert Nauss, of St. Andrews, a few gle. The hawk proved to be a fish the grass th American ships will carry you in comfort to

broken out of many homes and one days ago but the freak did not live. hawk instead of a chicken hawk and their trails I a South America England Europe the ]Mediterranean -

building was so badly damaged that A flock of Plymouth chicks fame off had a fish in its claws.: The eagle had passed. and the Far East. And the further from

it will have to be recovered. The wa- in good shape with one exception pressed the hawk so closely that it home you jro\ the more of A thrill you'll have to

termelon fields and the young oranges this being one chick which is said to dropped the fish and proved to be a A negro gl see (the Stars and Stripes floating above your

in the groves were badly damaged. have had two bills and three eyes. It salt water speckled perch about fourteen Herbert was head.

is stated the carcass of the freak has inches long, and was quickly reed at PalaU I

W. A. Jones has qualified for ad. been preserved as a distinct curiosity. trieved. following a I s President Harding
mission to the Anglers' Hall of Fame which have says
according to fishermen Mallory Kiggins one-legged "We know full well we cannot Bell where
at Ft. Myers, negro Since Deputy Sheriff Walker of of Palatka j f we
as a result of his catching 1218 sentenced to be hanged in December Tampa a few days ago started lookIng bert told a ;I do not buy and we cannot sell successfully ,

pounds of tarpon in the upper Ca- 1919, for killing his wife has been for 'possum for Tom Brown negro criminal care, wren we'do not carry f*

loosahatchee river within 8 days. 9 carried to the Duval county jail prnd- who is sentenced to hang May 20, lIe said that ii

silver kings of an average weight of ing decision as to whether commute- the county jail is threatened with M gang of thie' Operators of Passenger Services

135 pounds, made up the catch. meat of the sentence by former Governor deluge of 'p 10BBums. People who In Tampa nor
seem AJ.Irml LlM
Paalfta Mall
S. S. c. illHonrk.llr
Catts will stand.
Riggms sen- to sympathize with the convicted band was and IT Sl.t. let. N.w Y.rk N. Y. .. II'.....,. New Yarh. N. Y.
After shooting herself twice thru tence was commuted to life Impris- murderer are supplying his last tectiun of a v II...!. I. >ek.h.m., Kaha.,. Maatlla ta Yakadaiaa. ...... 0
Shanghai. 'IIn
the head with an automatic pistol, onment by Governor Catts two hours wants. He has eaten two and thereare he was Bent i por U.nlla and. .....l.aally t.- Hanckonv....... Tl.ntatw Sbanrhal and .,..Blnea..,.... I
Miss H. N. Gaubert, of Tampa, walk- before the time set for his execution. at Itaiford to and Hawaii.MaUoa ally ta Manila and Hawaii. .
two ico for
more now on waiting
ed out of the front room across the He was carried to Jacksonville upon years. A few .Navlsatlan c. U. .. Mall S. S. Ca.
him. Members of the police department *' Ha Oar ft, Haltliaora. MJ.
porch, down the steps along a board order of Governor Hardee. HaltlMttr. t. Havana. 1'.S ",..d..,. New y...... N. Y
a Pala I I ama (1..1. Ln 40..'... ... N.w Yark ta .....,.... and I IUwen
walk, turned and came back into the bring in'possum f'..001..., and Hawaii. Landan. t''I'R ta era II
front room, eat down in a chair and It is a mystery to many people how :' .. ... .. and "
In it They contributed the Johns river t i M a> 51. Ship' U... Sarvlaa ta 0.... and Naplaa.Ward j b'-
then died.Grover. the ponds left in the pits dug at the city. It Raavor St., New Yark
animal to the cause. New York Llaa th
ta Kla d
Janarla. ;\
phosphate mines of Polk county get I I hfantlrldaa.' and II..... (N.... Y.rk and C.". ...11.. S. 3r/l
Baldwin managing editorof stocked with fish, as they have no inlet : Air... Ca.> .raat at Wall Su. Now I 1.
the Pensacola Journal was flogged or outlet, and yet soon after the The eig inecr'e strike is seriouslyaffecting The fire In Haw Yar*. aad FaHa Mica .. .. Maw York.y..N... Y.ta Rariaa and 1
of the Ockli Cm.II Rpanlah ....... ,ill)
by State Senator.John P. Stokes of work ceases in any of the pits fish the pilots of the Key West DraadwaT, Hw .Yark, N. Y. c....... ........r.Vlca 0''''La" ,i''
Effcambia and coast Not a vessel these days raged for ovf, N.. York ta r.... .,0.. Kllaaa.Free '
.county, at Pensacola Saturday appear rapidly grow into food passes ,
the senator making the trip sizes. The only solution seems to be. Out where the sky and water meet is age that cat at'ed

from Tallahassee to resent a real or that the eggs are carried by reed I where the pilot, has to linger and wait unprecedenteidense
a ve sel. and nights he has to dense underf Use of For Sale .
alleged grievance he had against the birds and dropped In the water. Na-
editor for some statement made in ture has a wonderful way of over- wait, If he expects to earn his keep fanned by a Shipping! Board stool l
and Wood .
and the of'his day the fire Films Ship. "
keep little speed boat.
the Journal. coming every difficulty and make use and Wood Hull and ; 1
Pilots who have been on this bar for area with tel v..., '
of the waste places. flhlpplnjt Beard a>atlaaplatara
i i tell that the Ogden called a f faar raala fraaaa Ocean .. Going Tugs :J'"
few weeks the
William Jernlgan, the Okaloosa years past :a. ,
, ra ua aar a arar. (T. Aaiarfeaa ClUaaaa Oaly. '%11w1
county man who for the past two The Plant City water plant was in business in this {line Is the worst it nearby point .....As, p..tor .r araaal.aatlan. .. Stall ........ an katk all .,tI,
days has been on trial in the United operation this morning at 3 o'clock has been for the past twenty years.A and boys rev aatlanal plnlor..1 Intaraitlac....'. aad< .... .... aarnara.Farthar .
__ they were poi .... aaa. Wrlta. far ... ....... Infaraiatlaa MW
States court on charges of making Friday, following the explosion of a lion .. JK. ...... Dlr.otar ........eI hr ......1 ray suet *ta IJ .
blaze. .
spurious money having coins thus ': tank of compressed air which did conBideral skeleton of medium stature be- This, i lafaraiatlaa Daraaa. BaaM *h. 'hlp ..1. ,.l...1.... Ill. ..,. ,
wild sat 11* T" 8a..... N. W. 'stre.a. tf. J
lieved to be that of game ain W, Waikln
thereof le to the Thursday a negro woman 1
produced and the molds was I, > damage plant Waaklnstan, D O. tan. D.
convicted and sentenced to serve two morning at 10 o'clock. A large was found a thicket on the bank of unequal earn 0.'i- :: ,.

years in the federal prison at Atlanta hole was blown in one of the brick the Miami canal lent week. The dis report that d ,.

: and also pay a fine of $500. I walls of the building and two of the covery was made by one of two men male, tin we! For of 'I
been burned sailings freight ships to all parts of the
I I four compressed air tanks were blownI who stumbled: on the skeleton while t '

An average of five carloads of watermelons -I to pieces. The remaining tanks were followingwildcat a dog that had tracked a their bones r world write Division of Operations Traffic l.,

have been leaving Wauchu- blown from their base and a valvei to the place. The skull was dark ground! Department U.S.Shipping Board Emergency .'
1a' the week and have been found a few feet from the remainderof oner from Di
daily past was knocked off of one of them rendering -
selling from $350 to $850 a car. Two it useless for the time. the skeleton and nearby was a stripes, whogrey Fleet' Corp., Washington D. C.

carloads of tomatoes are leaving daily! I j bunch of hair apparently that of the scrub for <

and the association have contracted Youthful crime tendency, the Vol a negro and an old underskirt. The out and is I r ""I,!
their output this week at $3 per crate stead act and sacramental wine were authoritiestied believe the body was car- jail. On acc, --- ----- !" )

for fancy and $2 a crate for choice. ';curiously muddled in a story revealed to the I thicket after death oc In this vast I'it.:
curred. Igou was In
din which four youngsters are alleged a
The Florida East Coast Railway ,,i to have entered a West Tampa church of Lake cour --- ... - .J'i
has placed the largest rock contractIn abducted the wine in question, which Struck a deadening blow across the bill in the lei !i

its history according to announce- they later imbibed. Following their forehead by a swinging boom on a ty and Marl)

ment from headquarters. The rock Is arrest, the youngsters were questioned fishing vessel plying out of Tampa, period of tw< -'CR11f

.to be used for ballasting the roadbed as to the quality of the liquor. "It and crushed I against the side of the killed In the*

and the contract 'calls for the delivery I't was fine," one told the judge and the boat with such force that his ribs Ing the state i

.. of twenty carloads daily by the |( others agreed, and "we don't think were badly injured, B. Mirabella wan er this point. '2SYearsAgo-

rock company at Ojus. Deliverieswill so," they chorused in reply to the inquiry dropped into the Gulf of Mexico about _

continue until the early part of ,."did it make you-drunk?" 140 miles from Tampa a short time What K
ago. Menaccident abroad the vessel saw the
next year. I I 'J."jjtlng{ and did all in their More boy r,
Sergt. Harry was killed power to borne tohad esct andTod y
The completion of the opening of outright and Lieut.. Geo. B. Bloom stop the ship and pick up the injuredman tree IMMII -Ii

the ,Inlet connecting the Atlantic | died later In the hospital from injur- but It was not less than 80 minus to.-Vnrt.

ocean and Indian River took place on I lee received when an airplane carry utes before they reached the spot In dO

ing the two men fell at the Carlstrom a small boat, carried aboard the sailIng -

A TONIC j I field. The fatal accident occurred vessel.rabella When they did reach Mi!

drove. Tasteless chill Tonic restores while they were out on formation they fought off a man-eating COff MicVali. !Invented iupMttnwtic

Energy and Vitality by Purifying and flight. Lieut. Bloom broke up the shark to recover his body. And! automobile t a

Enriching the Blood. When you feel its formation and began doing "wing ov U"J, tire 2S yar* ..0- I '
strengthening.Invigorating effect.see howIt ers." When about one hundred feetfrom Sentiment in favor of a no-fence -

brings color to the cheeks and how the ground the plane stalled an strengthened in AUTOIAlways ] .
It Improves the appetite you will then the aviator was unable to regain flyIng dN.bit 0 ISMITH'S O O
wi Constipation
appreciate Its true tonlo value. speed before striking the ground. 14 (021 D87aLAXf'OS curedla vice! at tl tP.T1ISTARKEe

Grove's Tasteless chill Tonlo li simply WITH dal'attes
QEPSlN"la a speciallypreparedSynipTonioLaxative -
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So Murray Whidden, 20, of Ft. Pierce for Habitual em. Rt
pleasant even children like It. The blood died Monday from wounds received Constipa lion. It relieves promptly but
needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to from the accidental discharge of a should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 dsyi DeWST I .
Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs and to Induce regular action. It Stimulates andRegulates. a
pistol Friday noon In the hands of a ,, r
Grip germs by Ita Strengthening Invigorating Very Pleasant to Tak* 6Hk
)Mr Smith. The accident oc-
friend )per bottle.
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FRIDAY MAY 20. 1921.

I. WI entire success on their best girl's.. par- EDt'CATIONAL CAMPAIGN ,

V J : ''Cradforu; CmH Y Telegraph lor sofa.-Gainesville News. ,
Mr', L. P. McCord, cashier of the
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I ,y -Published weekly-=-:::and entered= as PRECIOUS RAIN Peoples Bank of Jacksonville. and lay
leader of the Jacksonville district of
: second class matter, at the post This section has been blessed with the Methodist church, will be here I Illlill .

.. office at Starke, Florida.. .. gentle but copious rains after one of Sunday Jo address Methodists, and t '.
r -==: -",--===; - - the longest drouths on record. When others interested on the subject of

E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner the first shower fell we heard it remarked religious education. Mr. McCord will '

that it was "worth a thousand speak at the Methodist church at 11a. {

A central Florida daily discoursed dollars. This estimate would m. and 8 p. in. lie is a forcefuland III 111

learnedly on the"Pcdyponesian" people have been altogether too low even for entertaining speaker, and it it I .1>01', ,..
f !; a few days ago. Wonder where the benefits conferred on the field and< hoped that every member of the "
Polypont-sia is located, anyway T garden plants alone. church will be present to hear him. ) 1I

Rain is a vital necessity and does I
The Ft. Lauderdale Sentinel assert good in many ways. It puts life into I
that the U. S. congress holds "six real vegetation and dissolves fertilizers, PENMWORnUCOLUMNlJ .

e men," ,among!: them being Tom Watson making them available for plant food . .
... and LaFollette. During the late It washes the leaves and bark of trees I 'i
f ; unpleasantness neither of these men I thus cleansing their breathing pores .

;, made himself conspicuousas a friend It rejuvenates the pastures. It wash
a+i of his country. es the dust from the air and adds a t
1 i. plentiful supply of oxygen, thus purl FOR SALE-One heavy good mule
i, Now the women are going. to wear fylngr the blood and raising: the spir for sale cheap. E. Gessner, RouteA

sandals without socks. We have seen its. The moisture following a rain Box 28, .Starke. 6-20-3t A pipe's a pal packed with P A.!
kr the low necked gown, the slashed opens the pores of the skin of men .
' yM! skirt, the V-back, the silhouette frock and animals; so that deleterious mat- FOR SALE-Two good horses, best

+ and the discard of the petticoat. Bare ter can be better ejected from their stock. Apply; Sam Rosenberg, : Seven days out of every week you'll get real smoke

1 +; feet and bare-well, anyway, why bodies.'!! Rain replenishes the water Starke. 3-11-tf. joy and real smoke contentment-if you'll get close-up

needn't worry-Orlando worry, brother.Reporter-Star.Such sensible You myriads supply for of man fish from and beast destruction.and save It FOR SALE-Ford: touring'' 'car in to a jimmy pipe! Buy one and know that for yourself!

t fir. footwear will not be adopted. The consolidates( sandy roads. Vehicles, good Overland order. Cash Company.or terms. 6 Quigley 0-tf- Packed with cool, delightful, fragrant Prince Albert, a

pointed shoes, two sizes too small, implements and machinery, composed pipe's? the greatest treat, the happiest and most appetizing frlnt. Albort ,.
r and the ankle-wrcching high heel. leghorn
largely of wood, will swell from the FOR SALE-Single comb white smokeslant ever had handed outr:1! ?W
will continue to cause our women to dampness and make all parts fit tight. eggs .for setting, from heavy : you a..J.;; .... v..JaNd MM"
walk painfully, like cats on newly fallen These are only a few examples of: laying strain. $1.60 per setting of I You can chum it with a pipe-and you will-;::once halt pound tin
humidor mndtnthm
snow. the benefit of rain after a drouth, and Chickens and eggs wanted. J. F. pound frymtml* flamokmmldor
you know that Prince Albert is free from bite and.
we could mention many more. The 16 eggs. Delivered by panel pos withopongo
w. The lower house of the Florida leg good such a rain does in Incalculable. J. S. McCormick Ralford, Fla. parch! (Cut out by our exclusive patented process!) mobtinortop..

+ lalature has passed the senate bill appropriating 8-4-12t-6-20 Why-every puff of P. A. makes you want two more;
$250,000 for the enlarge-
STARKE-8 LAKE REGION puff hits the bullseye harder and truer than the
merit and improvement of the state FOR SALE-Or trade standard make every
1 capitol building. We are glad to note Although Bradford county Is diminished car as good, as new. Will sell cheap last! You can't resist such delight!

+' that Bradford county's rcpresenta In size, she still has the three for cash, or trade for city, town or '
tlve. did not vote for this extravagant beautiful lakes west of Starke. These country property. G. M Inman, And, you'll get the smokesurprise of your life when

D I measure. There Is no call for: lakes can at present be reached by Starke. 6-6-4L you roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert! Such enticing
:' the enlargement of the building. Ye Stark. people only by' devious routes
flavor you never did know !rAnd, P. A. stays put because
1 this measure stopped the clamor for and therefore FARM FOR SALE! Forty-one acres
seldom -
are, seen,
l k it's cut-and it's cinch to roll! You it! I
; the removal of the capital, and as though their beauty should make of good land, twenty acres under crimp a try

'Floridians always have to pay high them much sought; for. On the map cultivation; good fences, good dwelling -

I for anything!: emanating from the legIslature they resemble three eggs, a large and house and outhouses on land;

\. perhaps we came off cheaply two small ones, In a nest of tropical twenty-one acres of well timbered
/ after all. verdure. They enjoy the distinction, land; several acres of river bottomLand CRINGE ALBERT

not common among bodies-of water in .under cultivation and several
It is said that a legislator/ In Tallahassee populous districts, of having not A acres with good timber on it. Located bTLJ.. .
tried to introduce a bill for single human habitation near enough. three-quarters of a mil southwest
the abolition of the "week-end. II. to their shares to be een from their of Sampson City, Fla. Good the national Joy smoke Wlaa :" ,
;'' ,; said that, according to the weekly papers margins, and their primitive beautyis water, good rang and good locality I I
II' those days are used for no bet not marred in any way. Mail me ;your bid. As this place .

." ter purpose than for sponging on relatives !- Lake Sampson, the largest, affords will go at a bargain, it will pay you Inez, Eldon Baster,'Mrs. A. J. Sow- HBfflairanttiMiaffliBflMHiifflflMMiaa
and friends by people too lazy building sites along one-half of Its to bid on It. Bids will be up June ell, Mrs. Tiercy Roberts, Mesdames I

to cook for themselves, and that circumference, and has wide beachesin 1, 1921. B. S. ,Jones, 420 Palm av*., Brown and Wall, of Lake City, E. B. MONUMENTS and TOMBSTONESCall
t "week-end butcheries In Ireland" is a Sarasota Fla. 4-28-Ot"
places. This lake, on account of Andreu, Sr.Harley I
f' common heading In the daily papers its shallowness almost insures Thomas
of Graham, was a address
., However, since it was proved that against/ drowning, yet it Is deep BROOKER visitor here Saturday.Roy on or

? pay envelopes for working men were enough/ for small craft. It has clearwater I Godwin, of Alachua, was here W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE FLA.
I only Issued at the end of the week, and a sandy bottom. There : Brooker, May 20.-Riley Wasdin of last week. ,

and that it would not do to offend the are some building sites of Rowell lake : Graham, was attending to business The Literary Club meeting was not Local representative of the
men behind the monkey wrenches, the but the belt of low land surrounding i here last week. held Monday evening at the home of
: bill "withdrawn. II. R. Brown and D. W. Hazen left CLARK MONUMENT & STONE CO. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
.. Crosby lake allows/ of no residencesvery Mrs. Jno. Shriver, on account of bad ,
f close to it. Sites high/ enough Friday for Sarasota, where they will I weather. *
,, Bradford county has been "in the for habitations may be found betweenthe visit for a few days. The normal being taught by T. B. The largest firm in the south of its kind, having served the

papers" of late, and those who never lakes, along the Wannee brand Mrs. P M. Barefoot spent Thurs I Pinholater is progressing! nicely and public for thirty-seven .
heard of her before, now know that day chopping in Alachua. years.We
railway. new pupils are being enrolled every
: she is travailing under a county division Lottie Gainey, of Gainesville,' spent
week. please to material design workmanshipand
can as
Winter residents qf Florida, who you ,
M' has had and has
lynching a '
a the week-end here with her parents,
f warrant out for the arrest of S. J. like quiet and picturesque surroundings Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Gainey. (I' The B. Y. P. U. program will be price, and can show you samples of granite, Georgia

,w Calls. fVrhapli such advertising I III would find between Idealllpoh for home. Mrs. Mallie Pinholster, of Jacksonville night.carried out by group one Sunday j' Silver Gray Marble and also Vermont White and Blue
"' around and the lakes where
better than but would rather
none, we they could enjoy''' bathing, boating, is here on a visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Crosby and child, of marbles.
see our county in print in connection I
4A fishing and hunting to their hearts Eldon Baxter was in Worthington' Aucilla, are here'on a visit with tho
k "\ . with new Industrial enterprises that content. I Thursday afternoon.Mr. letter's parents, Mr. and Mra, P. A.
e ) would benefit the people already hero I
and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster were Crosby.R. - qII
+ ;4s. and attract new settlers. If these
AFTER LAW BREAKERS visitors to Worthington Saturday afternoon A. Weeks was a visitor in the ( -
.. bodies whom the public has charged
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041't, fit''. with working for our Interest would I Governor Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Crosby were tn Graham Mrs. Baxter who has been II
4 \\ fulfill their duties the news of old Hugh M. Dorsey of Georgia Gainesville visiting Lumber Prices Reach Low LevelYou
i ,< Bradford would be worth more. Is a governor In fact. He Is patriotic Saturday afternoon. relatives In Georgia, returned home
,,'. \ and does not want the. fair Mesdames Brown and Wall of Lake last week.

F ". .. About 200,000 acres of forest land name of his state sullied by crimes City tives.Mrs.,. are here on a visit with rela II. P. Gainey and Claude Crosby can now buy direct from our mills and save $10to

has lately been burned over,, much lie Is a skilled doctor of the body politic were visitors! to Lake Butler Sunday
A P 51-' timber and game destroyed, and several and does not think that the social Godwin, of Alarhua, was hero morning. $15 1 per thousand on your complete house bills.

e t* I farmers made homeless in Man rash that affects his state can be cured Monday S. V. Andreu has moved his furniture -
!ii- Ion and lake counties. The fire started by lotions applied externally, but Mr. and Mrs. Saucer, of Baldwin, and hardware from the Morgan' Before buying send us a carpenter's bill of lumber required -

I ... on the government forest! reservation that it is necessary to begin the cure were Pine here Hill.Thursday morning enrouteto building; to the Brown building recently and let us quote prices delivered and save
.. 4 \ in the county first named, and with purifying the blood. For that vacated by II. R. Brown.U. you
i I ."; there"' probably, the land had not been reason he doesnot hesitate to tell the Willie and Roy Forsyth pent the D. Johns, of New River, was I from $150.00 to $500.00 on your building.
l c burned over for years. As fire Is truth about certain matters, and docs week-end with relatives at Cooter here Tuesday morning.Mr. .

a' bound to come sooner or later it is so publicly. lie states it in' a nut Pond. and Mrs. C. N. Shaw spent ALL LONG LEAF YELLOW'PINE
foolish to let the land grow up in rank shell thus: Artho Matheny had the misfortuneto Sunday with relatives at Cooter Pond I
vegetation, for the flames will then "In some counties the negro is being : break his arm Wedne day. Mr.. Mattie Sowell spent Tuesday I
s4 :''1' be fierce enough to burn up much of :' driven out as though he were a L. W. .Sowell was a visitor to Ala. with relatives at LaCrosse. I''THE PERRY LUMBER COMPANYPERRY

.' '., the standing timber. Better burn off wild beast; tn others he Is being heldas chua Monday. Mr. Coffin left Friday for Tampa. ;' FLORIDA
"' 'il': the woodland every year or every a slave. In other counties no negroes Sumner Andreu was here Satur- Eldon Baxter has taken his place as I ,

r second year; then nothing will be consumed remain. No effort has been day.E.. carrier on route two.HAMPTON. Ii
11:U'I but the grass.: The grass roots made to collect the cases cited. If B. Andreu and son, Ray, were in i Dressed Framing $28; Flooring, $28; Ceiling, $18;
;" such an effort were made, I believe the Cooter Pond section Monday I
will not be hurt and will give more
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Y than enough humus to the soil As the number could be multiplied. In morning I Siding $ ; Lath, $5.

long as lightning will strike and'set' only two of the 136 cases cited is L. W. Sowell motored to Sampson Hampton, May 20.-W. E. Balcer, I'

: i fire to dead trees, and limbs will take crime against "white, women involved."If Saturday morning. of Brooklyn, was transacting businessin I! FREIGHT PREPAID
? fire by being rubbed against each oth- the conditions indicated by the Rex and Jim Thomas, of Cooter Hampton this week.
er during storms. it is useless to think charges should continue, )both God Pond, were here Saturday afternoon.J. Miss Evelyn Seals, who has been

ar that woods fires can be prevented. and man would justly condemn Georgia A.. Douglass, of Alachua. was visiting friends here for several days, - .
more than God and man here Thursday afternoon. returned to her home in .Jacksonville
severely Mrs. W. P. Birt, of Louise, has re-
t. + TUB BOY AND TilE AUTOMOBILE have condemned Belgium and Leopold Reddish and Cheater Andreu, of Tuesday turned to her home after a visit with CRATESfor
for the Kongo atrocities. But worse New* River, spent Saturday afternoon Rev. Gibson, of Melrose, preachedat friends and relatives here.

ce The superintendent of the Cleve. than that condemnation would be the here. the Baptist church Sunday. Dr. Middleton, of Starke, has made
land high school has sued a warning continued tolerance of such cruelties Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Sowell spent Mrs. Josephine Sullivan who has several professional trips here this
h to parents about permitting> schoolchildren In Georgia. part of last week with relatives at I been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. week. S\\eet CornWe
: too free use of the family Governor Dorsey has the courageof -Croese. ;J. P. Summers, of Larklns, for sever- and I
Mr. l Mrs. J. M. Stone and -
j I automobile. "Night riding he declares his convictions and does not whitewash Rev. E. B. Joyner, of Dukes, will al months, returned home Monday Ether daughter
I "has become a menace to the things lIe knows that it Is only fill' his appointment here Saturdayand Mrs. P. B. Hunt returned home last where, left Thursday for Miami, have them in stock, 20cts.
they will be the of relatives
morals of the boys and girls." a small portion of the populationof Sunday at the Free Will Baptist Monday after a short visit with her I guests each $20.00 100.
I and friends for several weeks. per
re.. In many towns nowadays, the high Georgia who are culpable, and that church. daughter, Mrs. C. P. Sasser, of Valdosta I'
1 i? school grounds are filled with parked the great majority of his people feel Rev. Ridenour, ot Gainesville, delivered Ga.Mills to W.Starke Rahme was a business visitor These crate. are made on a

"' machines \yhere dependable young the humiliation as much as he doe. : a sermon at the Missionary Hazel Middleton, of Starke Saturday. !new plan, and are stronger and
people drive in from long distances, and will help him to purify the atmos- I Baptist church Sunday morning, but was the 'guest of Miss Reba Maxwell Miss Estelle Jones, of Palatka, is I I better ventilated than the com-
this may be a help toward securing phere. on account of bad weather there was Saturday and Sunday. visiting relatives and friends here mon kind.Cooper.
I ,; an education. But many of the boys Governor Dorsey is the pioneer' in no service in the evening. Dr. W. B. Parks, who attended the this week.
5 .: whose fathers walked miles to school, this matter, but governors of other Eldon Baxter was in Worthington graduation exercises of his daughter W. G. Seals, of Jacksonville, has I & '
have got so that they must have the Southern states will, no doubt, follow, :Saturday: afternoon. In Atlanta, Ga., returned to his work been a recent visitor here. .

S car to take them a half mile. Perhaps his example. As for peonage Georgia Jewel Moody of LaCrosse, is here here Monday.Rev. II. C. Bate, live stock developmentagent STARKE Near
I ; they feel they need It to take is not the only sinner. The shiftlessness visiting{ Mils Edna Baxter N. T. King has been in Starke of the Southern Railway, gave i Depotone

) :):j. their girl chums out on "petting par. and Ignorance of the negro, The many friends of R. T. Osteenare this week. a very Interesting talk at the city hall '
tie." I and his penchant for !getting into glad to know that he 4s Improv- Prof. II. B. Wiggins and family, of Tuesday. A large number of the far- admirably adapted to the profit-

1 J It Is a fine thing for young: folks to !scrapes, holds out all sorts of Inducements ing. Starke, attended preaching services mers and business men were present. able growing of sweet potatoes and It
!:... become skilled in the use of autonuAbiles. for unscrupulous white men to Among those attending the birth- at Hampton Sunday.D. lIe explained the process of dry kiln could be made a real money crop In
{ Yet they should remember that profit by his failings, and the negro, day dinner of Mrs Connelly, of Coo W. Moore, of Theressa, was a house construction for the preserva- connection with other crops.

P'' their leg muscles were meant for use, It must be confessed, is not very ter Pond Sunday were, G. B. Colson, business visitor here this week. vation of potatoes. He talked to themin The Baptist TV. M. U. met at the
s e r that gasoline and tires cost money verse, as a rule to entering into Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, Mr. and R. D. May, of Alachua county, Wall detail with refernce to the matter. home of Mrs Algood Tuesday even-
4 I and that courting can be done with bondage. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, shopping here Monday. j He also told them that this section is ing.'l:1 .-

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from: the University of Florida. 1 Meson IJoyd: Johns and A. B.I I cr Monday

TAMPA MAN 1 Surrency were In Brooker Monday.Mrs. ',Mrs. Lloyd Johns was the guest of s.,

Kub-My.Ti.m kills pain. A. O. Kensy returned to her her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe HarreP '

Bits of LocalInformation GIVES CREDIT home in Gainesville Friday, after a of LaCrosse, last week.
Mrs. Lander'of Kissimmee, arriv-
week's visit with her
parents, Mr. and Rains that have fallen this week j
1 ed Wednesday for a week's visit with Mrs. Clemons.
J. E. were gladly recehed.
LI her husband, Rev. David Lander, pastor TO'TANLAC
of the Presbyterian church. Mrs. M. C. Pinholstcr, of Jacksonville Fred Greene spent Saturday night

Is visiting relatives and friends with Ray Andreu, of Brooker.
CMMw14 OM p e./.. 11_....... ... HIMES SAYS liE COULDNT HAVE in this community. J. E. demons was visiting in the
Mrs. Emma Wimberiy, of Mobile, I
PNtI-. as .. c._. T_
Ala., who has been visiting; her brother HELD OUT ANOTHER G. W. listen was a visitor to Brook- county seat Tuesday afternoon. ;

A. Z. Adkins, of Starke leaves MONTH HUT FOR
I .
'- this week for Jacksonville, on her way TANLAC I

666 Cures Dengue Fever. 6.13.20t.I these places. Savannah, Ga., where she joins a -

carpen-I party of friends for a trip to the I "Yes, sir, 111 go out of m'y way to GENERAL INSURANCE
Harold C. Wall and Powell 666 cures Bilious Fever. North. recommend Tanlac since it hall put me i iI

ter epent Sunday afternoon in Gaines back in such fine health," said A J. HAROLD.1C.;[ WALL
Little Mary Butch Brownlee, 8yearold I .j .
NOTICE Rimes of 1223 Franklin street Tampa
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. I
Rev. J. W. Nichole, of Raiford, wasa Brownlee, of Starke, had her picturein FLORIDAFIRE
There will be a cemetery workingat broken and
"My health was all up
visitor to Starke the first of the last Sunday's Times-Union. The I
week.A. picture was an ornament to the page. the McKinney cemetery on Friday, at the rate I was going down hill I LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
May 27th. Everybody interested in could not have held out another

E. Wall has had the sidewalks J. E. Futch, Esq., went to Tallahassee this cemetery are asked to come and month. My liver was out of order
brine tools to work with, and let'sbeautify and caused me to feel sluggish, tired 1- l
front of his property leveled this Tuesday afternoon to confer with
the grounds and no account all the time. Malariawas
week. our delegation in the legislature with
all through my system and that 1"J
: reference to road legislation recently
farmers and truckers have been UNION COUNTY BILL .PASSEDThe sapped my strength until I got so
Our decided on by citizens of the county. I
busy this week, setting sweet potato I weak I could hardly pull through the I Have Lost The Receipt"Thus

draws. Rev. M. L.'Smith, who has recently bill creating Union county from day. My appetite went back on me

been appointed to serve the Metho- that portion of Bradford county lying and it looked like I was in for a long

666 cures Biliousness. dist church here, writes from Havana, west of New River has been passed spell sickness.\ .

Cuba, that he will reach Starke about by the legislature, and the new "But I began taking Tanlac just in
R. L. Sparkman, of Tampa, has the SOth inst. county will begin business on October time and three bottle. of it have put spoke the man who asked to settle a

been visiting at the home of W. II. I 1st. In writing of this bill in a me back to where I.feel a.. fine as I bill that he claimed to have paid a month

Underbill. The music committee of the Wom ,I previous issue the Telegraph was inerror did the best day of my life. .My livers t previously. He had placed the receipt in his

an's Club are planning an interesting when it said the bill would be in good condition, the malaria has
Miss Lucille Tatum, of Jacksonville' entertainment to be given at the passed "with a provision for a ratify- all been driven out of my system and pocket with other papers and now could not

was a guest last week of Miss Vlvj- school auditorlpm, the 17th of June. ing election." It was written.."with my appetite Is so big that every time find it.He .

rette Floyd. Full particulars will be given' later. out a provision for a ratifying elec- J go to the table I feel so hungry It

.. tion," by the proof reader In seems that I mined the last meal. had paid cash could do nothing
G. C. Sweat has been to Lake the so ex-
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. \S. J. Prescott of erroneous form. I'm as strong as I ever was and am
City to visit her parents, Mr. and Sampson City, have as guests their The sentiment for the passage of glad to give this statement, ford cept pay the bill a second time.

Mrs. Davie. daughter, Mrs. Eva King, and two the bill was BO strong and general make no secret of what Tanlac has

children, of Vienna, Ga., and Mrs. that our representatives and senator done for me." That man learned a lesson from this inci

Little Miss Hazel Adkins is spend- Gladys Wilder, another daughter, of decided it would be a sheer waste of dent-he now pays all his bills by check. In
ing the week in Jacksonville with her time and money to hold an election. sPine
Orlando. PINE HILL
aunt, Mrs: Jack Briggs. The requirement for an election would case of dispute about a paid bill, he can now

Mrs. W. L. Wall and Mrs. J. E. Wil- also have prevented the passage of hill, May 20.-S. V. Andreu use his cancelled checks as proof of payment.Do .
Rub-MyTism kills infection. road legislation at this session of the
son have issued invitations to a miscellaneous and son, Troy of Brooker: were in
legislature, or at least have confused
by check? It is the safe and
shower be eek.M. .
to the
given on our section thin you pay
County,Judge R. A. Green left on matters greatly, and the legislatorsare A
26th inst., in honor of Miss Ella Mae A. demons was a visitor to businesslike .
Tuesday to spend several days in Tallahassee being\ : commended generally for way.BANK
Long, whose marriage to Mr. Lewis Brooker Friday afternoon.
the bill without
passing the requirement
T. Jarmon will be an event of the 9th Alvin CIemons Worthington
It was the best thing to do,
Walter Wills, of Tampa, spent the of June, in Palatka. and practically everybody is pleased Friday' afternoon.

week-end here 'at the home of Mr. I and satisfied. I Miss Vera Surrency entered the OF STARKESTARKE

and Mrs. J. W. Morgan. Bible conference at Baptist church II II I normal at Brooker Wednesday.Odell .

8:15 p. m. THURSDAY CLOSING AT LAW- Harrell, of Lacrosse, was the J

Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned Sun -- TEY guest of,his sister, Mrs. Verlie Johns I FLORIDA
The Woman's Missionary Society of
Palatka where she visited '
day Thursday.
her daughter, Mrs. A. V. Long. the number Methodist church are having a. We, the undesigned merchants, Mrs. P. M. Padgett, Mrs. R. T.- Os- Under State Supervision

of necessary improvementsmade agree to close our places of businessat teen, of,Brooker, and J. A. Douglass,

Students of the B.' II. S. who did on the interior of the parson- 12:30 o'clock beginning Thursday, of Alachua, were guests of A.; B. Sur- White Cashier
age. During the past year this or- E. S. Matthews, Prcs. G. C. ,
not get their report cards last Satur 1.Iay.26, 1921, and ending the second rency Thursday afternoon.A .
ganization raided for different objectsthe
day, can get them by calling on Miss Thursday in September. Our customers large number of the Brooker and

Olive Ray. sum of $588.50. will please bear in mind that our Pine Hill folks attended preaching at -

places will be closed each Thursday Mr. James Crews Tuesday night. i
Friends here of Maurice G. Lang- .
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Mr. Flowers, a well known Tampa afternoon during May, June, July and Mr Verlio Johns was the guest of -
ford have received invitations to the
real estate man, was in Starke Monday August.ThedeMoore. Mrs. J. E. demons this week. aNt9AlIDID iOMIDnnilIlQIOTOnOKDOCtWDfflIDuTOIIMDffiDuTnianuUJUJamu[ ( ( > / 05luajuniODDinI(
commencement exercises of the High
on business and left Tuesday for Co., Inc., J. C. Cone, Miss Lydia Groover spent the weekend -
Springs high school. Maurice is a
Jacksonville W. E. Torode, Tracy's Pharmacy, E. with Misses Vera and Rosa Sur-
member of the class of 21, which has
E. Burney, Lawtey State Bank, Geo. rency. :
for its motto, "Tonight we launch-
Rub-MyTism for rheumatism.Prof F. Jones, G. W. Roberts, W. II. Edwards Miss Willie Mae Olllver spent the
where shall we anchor
H. R. Sapp, L. IT. Hill, Rowe week-end with homefolks.Mrs. .

and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and 666 cures Malarial Fever. & Moseley. Rose Wall, of Lake City, wan Automobilet

little daughter, Nettie, left Saturdayfor a guest at A. B. Surrency's home on :
Tallahassee where they e.e morning.
The Telegraph's job office is still Monday
spend the summer. doing business at the same old stand. No Jok.. Friends of Mrs. Verlie Johns will

Those who had sent their work else- Appearances are, deceitful. The regret to learn of her recent Illness,

Homer Limbaugh and a party of where in the hope of getting lower plate on the outside of many: a Big and wish her an early recovery.

friends from Tallahassee, motored prices, have come back to us, after Qon'a private olllce says: 'Tunh." But David Kelly, of Melrose, Is the TiresBefore I

here Sunday and visited at the home finding that our work Is the cheapest Iff you want to know why the Big Gunceujilo8 guest: of his daughter, Mrs. A. B.
of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. the best. his ixiKltliin, you will have to Surrency.
end our look at the i>lnt on the Inside ot the

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hayes, who have door. U wiysj "Pull." Dead
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, been teaching In Citrus county, are Matthews and Master Eu- Rata first }Mordnlng Using nat Snap"So
spending a few days in Starke, with gene Matthews attended the costuma BETTEROne writes Mr. B. E. Carpenter Wood- buying that auto

E. W. Hayes and family. concert given last Friday night in bridge, N. J. "We lost 18 small chick

Gainesville by the chapel choir of the of the noteworthy features regarding one. lght, killed\ by rats. Bought Rat mobile the {
has been on casing
Lewis Hoffman, who 7 large dead rats get
Snap and picked up
here visiting Florida State College for Women. : : the manufacture of automo- ,
the steamer, Perfection, is 2 weeks didn'tsee
and While in Gainesville they were guestsof bile tires in this country is the fact next morning: and In {
his aunt Mrs. J. R. Davis,
RAT SNAP 1 is good
Mr and Mrs. D. R. Edwards. that during the last five years tires a single: rat.
sister, Miss Josle Hoffman. I and sure.'' Comes in cakes, ready for
have improved so greatly in quality
une.3 sizes, 85c, 66c, $1.26. Sold and MICHELIN ,1,
Cold quickly Rub-MyTism cures sores. that the average number of tires used : I NEW
666 Cures a on an automobile; during 'a year I guaranteed by D. C. Jones, Starke.
to make its
Capt. D. C. Jones left Monday af The Telegraph strives has dropped from five to considerably

ternoon to attend the annual conven- "Farm Page" valuable. Recently an under four. See .

tion of Southern hardware dealers in article appeared in it, written by one This drop has come, too, in the face PRICES
of our staff, which was thought so G.' C. DriggersLAKE
session this week at Atlanta. of an increase in winter driving so i
valuable by a progressive farmer in Ihrge as to be a vital element in the ..l
-Peek Wainwright the southeastern part of the county, BUTLER FLA.
Messrs. C. N. D. calculation. Many car. now operate
F. A. Scott end J. M. Brown- that he bought all the copies we had twelve months in the year but in spiteof ,
/ of the issue the article appeared in Ace t 30x3 1-2 casing at $16.90
lee attended the Nu Growers conven- this Increased period of service, the
tion at Gainesville this week. and, besides, had 200 copies of the average annual consumption of tires VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKSFor

article printed to distribute found among in per car has steadily fallen. oi' Tombstone art MM j Tubes at $2.95
Prof and Mrs. W. H. Barry, who his friends. There is often With the return to normal time. all kind ,

have spent the past six months here, the' Telegraph Information worth and with money less plentiful, car nmenU. A postal card addressed to me

left last week for St. Petersburg, many times the subscription price. owners are certain to watch their expense at Lake Butler Fla., will brine me to

where they will spend the summer. bills more closely. The exercise door with information and price
memberof your
Miss the'sophomore Florence Matthews class, Florida, a State of only a moderate degree of care Am now in position to re- :
666 cures Chills and Fever. by the car owners will life the average
College for Women, Tallahassee, was mileage secured from tires to a

Mrs. Mary Wynn, sister of J. W. at home over Sunday, returning to point many thousands of miles above Tracy'sPharmacy charge your :
had kept house her studies Monday afternoon. Miss
Andrews, Sr., and who any hitherto reached.So .
i, the death of his wife,' Matthews had been to Gainesville,
for him since far as known, the best record
: left Tuesday for her home In Charleston where on Friday night she sang in the ever made on a set of four tires was BATTERY :
by the chapel "' f:
S. C. costume concert given that of a Boston merchant who pot: : ,
choir of the Woman's College. The 39,152 miles on a set of United States

Henry L. Stevenson returned Tues- chapel choir consists of twenty-five Royal Cords. lie attributed this phenomenal I
to which city he students of the college of music, and the small of
day from Pittsburg, record to the care given to at| [ price
was called about three weeks ago by the concert given by them Friday the tires by his chauffeur. Prescriptions Carefully .
the announcement of the sudden night was a rare musical treat. It

death of his sister. was attended by about 600 people Including PEACHES m

a large number of studentsTo I will soon be shipping peaches CoumpoundedI J $1.00

Baptists to have protracted meetIng Write for prires. L. M. Jones, Mo- iI

: 3 p. m. and 8:16 p. m. daily.L. Stop a Couch Quick lena. Ga. 5-13-41) : //i.
teke* HAYES' HEAUNG HONEY.- a Colds Causa crap and lofloetiza Service Batteries on hand ; t

A. Davis, Jr., has had all the cough medicine which stops tile cough by LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE TiblcU remove the J
farm and 1 irritated u.I . ,.... (I Toilet Articles Patent Medicines t
outbuildings on his truck heating the Inflamed and caw. H only ODe "w'e'e CluJl>ln. '..
poultry farm painted, which impartsa !I A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE B.W oro'TS: _.m In*. UK. and DrugSundriea ..
Head Colds and
to1I0w. SALVE for Chest Colds
neat! and prosperous appearance Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of Patterns-All sorts, at a price of ,' :

? HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve only one dime. Don't think because SMITH'S GARAGE.
This I should be rubbed on the cheat and throatof
wBI these are offered so much cheaper I ,
BALLS CATARRH children suffering from a or
do claim for It-cure CAtarrh or than other makes that they are out of .
w. to-
Ham' HOMT Especially
of r Healing Orders
W. do not : The! Mail
Deafness caused br Catarrh. side tb.throat en.bIn d with the:tuff'.g' effect of style. This is just an Introductory PHONE 120
Claim to cure any other MEDICINE dliwsijB.HALO8 Us. (......: O-P..-TnM I SaJ... throoeh. th. wt.. d. Solicited : r
CATARRH: through I th.. Ln.oooMop.eetlinoMdiMCr price of a pattern houseately estab-
and act
liquid. taken Internally mucous eurf"c"* of I *PKked In off name sad th. liohed. Have a look and save from 25
the blond the ..
upon seaJust
.- of bIDOCI uea.-t
the 1I"lIItem.and rentorlnsr thus reducing normal the conditIon.Inrammatlott I oat. 'asT your druggIst for HAYES' to 40 cents. All kinds for all ages. J. LAWTEY FLA.ti ,
All DniKKtits.! flrculiire HEALING HONEY.I W. Morgan. I-6) -2t.
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v FRIDAY MAY 20. 1921.

'lit: I Bradford County Farmers I Ia

a TO CONTROL STEM END DECAY crawl and swarm out from unknown markets evenly supplied" and with just- The mastery of the

. ? I OF WATERMELONS corners and spots and make life mis- 'enough to keep the demand at theI

. erable, unless combatted. I highest point. Such an association
I'.'1' Of ICO carloads of inspected melons Lice live on the hens and have to be should be modeled along the line ot Cook's Pet ParrotA
; shipped from Florida last year, 25 attacked there. Mix: together equal the California Citrus Fruit Growers'

.:'.' cars, or 17 per cent were lost, rotten ;juauiUo| ([0anojaiu: .10) enjq jo sided Exchange. It can be organized by
:" on reaching destination, and had ton and vaseline. A lump of this mixturethe community, county and state exchanges whiff.
A FUNNY recently I just
J t be dumped. This was an unusually size of a Boston bean should be federated Into one central exchange .paper. . .
l toll for to applied to each chicken. Into the fluff district OF CIGARETTE smokflt
heavy someone pay. or by exchanges covering SLIPPED ME a rood laugh . .
e This loss was caused principally by feathers below the vent, rub this oint just the sweet potato sections . old.
r'/ stem end decay. This is a disease that ment. Rub it through, down to the and these federated. Secretaries ot :r WITH A. wheeze about . .

I. gets on the'stems and into the mel skin, oiling all the nits on the feathers sweet potato houses, county agent f A FAMOUS' ventriloquist FOOL OF. .a .parrot.

, ons after they are cut from the vines. and making a grease spot on the and others realize the importance of WHICH NEVER talk.

I' y.. That is, after the growers have gone skin the size of a silver dollar.: This this movement and have some overhead AND WHY he had quit. . .
t t' to the expense of breaking the land, will kill the eggs of the lice and soon associations started, one at At-( -. AND I said, "Poll.

it applying fertilizer, cultivating, and there will be no lice. Apply this ointment lanta. Farm bureau officials and lead THE.VAUDEVILLE.tagn. ".
. HOW D'YOU like It?
" spraying for anthracnoseand harvesting twice a year and your chickens ers would do well to push this planto IT SAID be discovered ' '
there remains a chance to lose 17 will have no body lice. a practical completion with some . AND TO this day.
w; per cent of the crop by stem end decay Mites are small parasites which live definite source of revenues in orderto HE COULD make more Jack. GO.T. ,
according to last year's figures more especially in cracks of houses help sal this year's crop, which i Is . ITS guessing.I

t h. The disease la caused by a fungus and on roosts. They differ from lice reported very large.! SELLING. .WOODEN. parrots. WHETHER I IT was cookV

t, that can be found on dead or dying I in that they do not attack the birds The salaries of the officials: of the SO WHEN I COt borne. CC
:" vegetation in almost any field. It is on the feathered parts. Keep the central exchange! as well as of the . OR THE CCC blamed bird.

.' ready and will attack the melon thru houses and yards clean. Spray frequently salesmen located in every market city I PASSED the joke. WHICH SQUAWKED back

i. L any bruise or cut. When the fruit let at regular' intervals, with a in the country present a problem, but . . .
cut from the vines in the field, the mixture 'ot three parts kerosene oil these can be paid by a very small per TO OUR. cook. ., who own*. "THEY a.SATISFY.'t.

:fungi come in contact with the gum to one of crude. carbolic acid. centage assessed on each shipment BOTH A speechless parrot _
med, sticky end of the stem and in a Chiggers are small mites, resembling handled through the exchange. An . .

z few hours are within the stem. Before fleas, but much smaller.They advertising fund should immediatelybe AND A .sense. .of humor.

; : the melon reaches market, the live in cracks and crevices of buildings started by the same method. In order .
rIM of 60 BUT SHE muffed It.
j; disease has made sufficient progressto and multiply rapidly in hot to get the machinery started local . .

make it unsalable. weather. They remain in the build- associations can well afford to make you Ak th four* vmoaum to eAotr BECAUSE SHE didn't \mo..... / CHESTERFIELDS speak loraeaed
i In harvesting the fruit the stems ing at day and attack the fowls by advances to the central association. tin. of 50 CAesrer- . \A themselves. Thev let you know
a should be cut as long as possible. night. Spray the roofs and walls with Southern bankers could not advance field. A compact, convenient WHAT A ventriloquist was you're smoking. They "satisfy" and
When the melons are packed In the the mixture above recommended for credit to better advantage than to and absolutely SO I had explain' It. yet, they're mild. An Impossible com
AIRTIGHT binationyousay1 Sure-everywhere
car recut the stems In order to mites. hot help this movement.The pecl remove Spray frequently during the clftrettet keep fresh but in Chesterfields. The blend does
such fungi as have gained contact dry weather. sweet potato market is capableof indefinitely.. AND ON the way out it and the blend can't be copied
i liefore the melon reaches market Fleas are somewhat 'larger than development and the demand could U' .

r if remedies have not been applied I chiggert. They live and multiply be stimulated to handle any sized crop
the disease will have made sufficient about the same as mites and chiggers the South is capable of producing.

{ \ progress to make it unsalable. I I and the same treatment I is recommended Sotne of the large commercial companies .

After the stems are cut they should j for them-a mixture of three are teeing the po ibilites! in

r lie treated with a prepared disinfectant '(parts kerosene oil and one of crude sweet potatoes and are attempting to

the best one known being bor- carbolic acid. It is also a good planI cash in on them. It will! be easier for l '

e deaux paste, which is made by dissolving -I I to drench the roosts, walls, roof, floor II the farmers to (fc-ganize their own O w v, O

bluestone in water and then and breeding places with water, with selling machinery before these come D t oCIGARETTES
adding starch for its sticking qualifies. or without the addition of salt in than it will be later.'
+ .'

( i There is a commercial preparation EFFICIENT SWEET POTATO COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS
known as Adt-x paste that will be EXCHANGE NEEDED NOW 6

;i placed in the hands of freight agents Suwannee-Twoi I Poland-China assoclations LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co. .

throughout the state during shipping Southern farmers should not wait of this county have just
Ilea lion. When this paste is properly until the sweet potato comes into it* held good and) well-attended meetings.

'' applied, it Is very effective, but in t own. They should bring it- Into its I I I A dairy meeting was also held recently '- . .. -
making it directions should be own. All over the South there'' are -
: followed. carefully sweet potato selling associations and the which community.resulted In much benefit to I help.Yes,Are sir, you boss going up town? Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake; ,

These treatments had been in use a sweet potato curing houses doing successful Sf you order your fertilizer .
1 comparatively) short time, but last business. They are demon Here is 60 cents. You go tell that without getting our new price lists just issued. Plentyof

year)it was claimed that over 80 percent strating that it is possible to cure Citrus-Strawberry River have growers ot, men to send out a car and pull us in. Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides
Crystal 24
organized ot
of the melons shipped from Flor sweet potatoes, to grade them and the farmer ; : All right, boss; sure will do that.. : Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.
interested in the
ida were 'so treated. However, the I' put out a highly marketable productthat are organization Here comes a car, Jim. Guess that E. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

treatment in some cases was brings a big profit to the growl Is the man. ", JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
''y erly applied; either the Improp.1 l I This is fine as far as it goes, but Hello, had a breakdown? I
Bny enrolled 19 and
not recut or the mixture was not It is only a step in the right direction Yes; are you the man that runs a
k girls in the potato club. battery! service?
properly made or applied. I i Instead' of each of those associations

County agents have full informs, working with others, they are now organized Right you are.
Walton-Three communities Hitch on and pull us inHere '. Kill That Cold With
tion as to melon treatment, and the, unconsciously but really competing this week to hold fairs and take
Agricultural extension division has with the others in the market. we are. Now what can I do
part in the county fair next fall. for ? e
employed G. W. Dansby to assist farmers What is needed more than any other you 'Ll:
and shippers in guarding one thing to put the sweet potatoon Test our battery first. +
the market of the is federation Madison-Another new community Test our battery first.
against the losses caused by the die country a
ease. of all the sweet potato associations council wag organized this week. Atone It's in bad shape, all played out.

in the South into one sweet council meeting, held during the Got one to rent for two days? CASCARA QUININE

FRESH EGGS ALL SUMMER potato soiling organization with central week, 125 persons were present Sure have. \

t; offices to keep in touch with the I Gadsden-At Well, take it out and give us a renewal roll AND
the meet-
Fresh eggs every day of the long various ]local associations throughoutthe and fix up the old one. Colds Combs 'OM\9 L
ing: a movement was begun to put water Grippe
nummcrl Is it possible CertainlyIt South and to control the distribu Now fix us up with a new tire and
and lights into the school buildingfor
is, Dr. N. W. Sanborn tion of the As Inner tube. Hurry Want to
nays professor present crop. it is today the health and convenience of the up. get Neglected Colds are Dangerous
of poultry husbandry of the the individual associations or exchanges community. back here by tomorrow noon. Say, Talc no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for tb. first .11__
' Florida college of agriculture. are following the markets Jim, it's better to be born lucky than
Break. up a cold In 24 hour.Relieves
When asked this question, ho said: with their output, shipping first to Marion-Four farmers have volunteered rich. Who would have thought we Grippe in 3 days-Excellent: for Headache

:I ;' "I have in my office right now eggs New York on reports of high prices ; to assist in the dairy survey of could have got fixed up here in the Quinine In this form does not affect the head-Caacara I. beet Tonic,
that were laid in March, were Incubated there, switching west to Omaha, then the county in my endeavor to establish woods? I expected we would have to Laxative: -No Opiate Hill's.
at 103 degrees for 14 days, to Cincinnati, and then overcrowding a at Ocala. end to Jax for new tire and battery. '
have tested perfectly clear within the I the Chicago markets, with each market creamery When you get the tire and battery ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT

t'i' last few days, are now lying exposed II in turn going down owing to the Osceola-Melon growers are spraying fIXed fill up with gas, air and oil. See -

to the air, and I expect to use these increased supplies. to control melon aphlds. Water you have them all.Continued .

eggs for :food about June 1. Eggs A central exchange with district melons will be on the market in a few t ( Next Week) ng, of Raiford Percy M. =
Padgett and good
ten or twelve weeks old branches in touch with support.
exposed to can keep ev days. Have secured several new
Chas. II. Register, of Lake Butler. Mr
high temperature for two weeks, and ery association and inform each just members for the sweet potato club. UNION COUNTY WILL TAKE Register is now serving Bradford
yet not bad eating! where to ship its output, keeping all RANK AS ONE OF TilE BEST asa
How is it possible? Do not let the Lake-First peaches were shipped Lake represenative Butler. his home being in wltr Boys Leave the Farm. ,

t rooster' run with the hens. Fertilized May 5, first carload of watermelons, Since becoming the county site of Those who no doubt The St. Louis Ulobe-Democrat ratal
tip' eggs;\ will not keep. Eggs, unfertilized SOUR STOMACH May 7. the recently created Union county, refuse the office of sheriff a whole lot in a few lines when It
} will keep for weeks In almost Lake Butler is making plans for a are J. B. Dowling, Smith Denmarkand lays: "Host reason we have beard yet
H. Williams. Other minor offices ] why boys leave the farm Is because
perfect condition. Polk-Mu new sweet corn is being larger and better town. The businessmen
INDIGESTION have their full quota of prospective "lIIe'lI calf !crows to be pa'sfhe eow.-
I Hens lay as many eggs without the shipped, as well as watermelons. generally are taking a new in- I
,;, rooster as with him. The beekeepers of the county held a erest in the town and already plansare it goes without saying
I ItLeclori' that the Quinine That Dots
will Not Affect The
governor have trouble Head!
The male bird should be kept in -ood meeting recently. being made for a number of sub no tonic
selecting full TIVE' find laxMive :
runs to himself only when it is desired HE hl! _____________ / tantial improvements that will place a complement of NROMO QUININE lab'au' ) effect.ttekeea
, good men when the time by anyone without cncmlna
comes for tmrvouineM or ringing
to have A NEAR ACCIDENT this little in the front rank with
eggs for hatching pur the In the head. E.W.GKOVLS> Mnetuxe oa'box.; W
ReconuBcaded aTeucisee appointments.Union .
If by ) other towns of its size in the slate.
poses. one cares to have eggs for ......
incubating throughout the summer or Grocer for Troubles) Re- Yesterday morning as two colored A $30,000 electric light, water and county comprises that portion -

,. throughout the year, keep the rooster mltiaf from Torpid men were crossing the Peggy line, Ice plant is now an assured fact and of old Bradford county which lies
with only a portion of the hens. south ow town, an auto, coming from work will begin on this much needed between Santa Fe river and New River Doc oo'. Liver Tone

I Just enough to supply the eggs want LiTer. the south at high speed and running improvement just as soon as all arrangements and Starke was the county site

ed for hatching. There is absolutelyno very quietly, came near running down can be completed. Pre until the division. The new county is Killing Calomel
need In the rooster's fertilizingthe the two men, but by quickly jumpingto minary arrangements have already one of the best farming counties in

eggs of all the hens, when a smaller Jut: Nashville. Tenn. The efttofency one aide they saved themselves. As been made by the council for the early the state and that section has always

number will answer all purposes. of Thedford's Black-Draught, theg the auto struck the rails there was aloud erection of this plant and the necessary been noted'for its growing of fine Sea Dent sicken or salivate youneH or

Remember that fertilized eggs will nvlne.. herb, liver medicine Uteuohed explosion, frightening the men funds for its completion are island cotton. Prosperous appearing paralyse; your sensitive liver by taking
tor by Mr. W. N. !Parsons, I farms do tthe eJomal which ie quicksilver. Your
not keep nearly as long as will unfertilized so that they jumped down the grade available.The landscape on every dealer
k I eggs. grocer of this city. "It without head over heels and got badly mixedup executive offices of the new UnIon hand as one travels aver this section fcarmleM Mils"Dodeon's each bottle Liver of Tone"pleaeant.
More often than we think, it is best doubt the beet liver medicine, and I with the and. As they sprang to. county will be quartered in the and the farmers are of a class that ironclad mon y-bck guarantee
to kill roosters in order to get them doa't believe I could pt alone without their feet and look back, they foundit Townsend' building, upstairs, until arangements go in for farming on a large scale. that it regulates the liver, stotnaeh wad
out of the way. Fewer are needed It. I take It'for sour stomach hea.4kcae. was only a blow-out and the car can be made for the erection Abundant crops of corn, peanuts, cot :I bowels better than calomel without DMk.I .
11 than most of us realize, especially bad liver. Indigestion, and aO tuck in the middle of the tracks. of a new courthouse, which, it is ton and live stock are raised. That' ing you .ick-10 million bottles laId.Don't .

!, ' where egg production for food is a other tronWee that are the result of The inner tube and.tire was badly state will be built "in the square at the new county will take its place Always Blame Hens When the

major aim. As soon as a rooster Is torpid Uvsr."I demolished. The two men in the car some future date. Townsend Breth- among the very best in Florida is an Eggs Are Scarce

i t' beyond his usefulness, dispose of him. nave known and nsef It for Tear called the colored men to help them are, who are among the county's most easy prediction.The Rats may be getting them-U. S.
and can and do highly recommend U push the car off the track. progressive business men, have kind. farmers and business men of government bulletins prove they know

i INSECT PESTS OF CHICKENS to every" one. I wont go to bed with Say, boy, can we get a new tire In Iy donated the use of their building the county have started early and are how to get them. Break a cake of

r ______ ont It In the house. It will do all U this town ahead? until a courthouse can be erected. now making plans for holding a big RAT SNAP into small pieces and

How we dislike to think of lice and claims" to do.. I caa't say enough foi Yes, Boss; sure can. Much interest is centered upon the county fair at Lake Butler this fall. place where rats travel. If there, RAT

mites, chiggers and fleas, etc. Yet, "*. What's the matter- Jim Can't appointment of the officers to serve The Bradford county fair has been SNAP will get them-positively. 3

'e disliking them does not reduce their Many other men" and women thronrtMt start her? the new county, and the Interest appears held at that place for a number of sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guar
number nor lessen the annoyances | the country have .found Black No, I believe that old batter's gone to center about the offices of years, but this fall it will be the Un- anteed by D. C. Jones, Starke.
they cause, says Dr. N. W. Sanborn, Draught Just as Mr Parsons describes back on us. Was in hopes it would county clerk and sheriff. Quite a ion county fair and those interestedstate .

professor of poultry husbandry, Flor- --valuable In regulating the liver U hold out until we got to Jacksonville.Can number of names have been mentioned that the fair will be the biggestand No Worms In a Healthy Child
and In cleanalni
normal functions
Ida college of agriculture. Its we get batteries here, too? for the different positions and best ever held in the town. AU children troubled with Worm hew aa uahealthycolor. -
Such Insects may not be troublesome the bowels .f Impurities. Yes, air, boss. You sure can and some of the "prospectives" are now The Union County Times,, after beIng .which lndlc art poor blood and ae a
Thedtord's Black-Draught liver medl old battery and rent out their friends soliciting rule there Ie more or Ine stomach disturbance.
in mid-winter, but with the coming get your repaired among en- suspended for some time, is GROVE'S
sine Is tie original and only r nulna now TASTELESS CHILL TONIC 111lull' nso-
of mild nights and hot days of A battery till you come back, if you : orscmenU for their appointment. being published with J. F. S grest at (or two or three week will enrich the blood
spring and summer, these tormentorsof .Aooept GO Imitations or subsUtut.sAlways tlont want to wait I Among those who are prominently the helm. Mr. Segrest is issuing Im prove the dldnetloo.and act a*a general Stfenithening -

+ poultry (and man, sometimes) ask: for Thedford's. E.. Well, we can't get there without mentioned for clerk are Tuck Dowl- interesting paper and is receiving an throw" Tonic oft or to dispel the whole the worms irnem.,and Mature the Child will will then.'be
la perfect beatth. Fleuaat to take. 75c per bot&III.E. .


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i That's all. We'll be going home Arthur Bennett who is employedat BILLI PAID BY COUNTY
: JIIIISIIIONIR1: Receipt* dun n5 month __ .__.____._ (786 PublUhed ... ,
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FARMERJJROWN soon and we'll try to fill you up then. Oxford was the guest of his parents Amanda Thom.Geral, h. ".....n.. I....... ._____._-__._ ado week .In the Bradford a week for four coneeentlv* '; a
peutrr ___ 11.410 Overdraft May I. 1921 .__.____.___ County Telegraph.. .
I Mr. Jones, how about that oil stove, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Bennett, Neuey Conner do __ . ..00 Ne. 14 71.88 n.n'.lurw publbhi l In said county and .tat*. '
M.rtba R'-n' do AprIl This May 17, 1921.
there Rastus get got a buyer for mine yet 7 several days ago. 1. 1.. '..0 Overdraft. I. 1921 _.T.T._ 1.01
Hey a move on; H-.sD do '.10 Ri ceipt* durlnv month ___ _________ Q. W.. ALDERMAN
trying to go to Bleep First thing you Not yet. You had better take out I Johnnie Williamson of Jennings,i U..I.gll.ab,Hunter h do __. 1.00 Warrant uwued __________n_....__._ 61.99 2H 08 Real( ) Clerk Clrcnlt Court
Hunter do d 00 By C. A. KNUiHT.I : .
Balane May 1. 1921 _____
be one of these new kind today. You'll was the guest of friends here Sunday.S. \II..n R.ner .-_-. 22.98
know you'll wandering across the cIo ___ '.00 IM.trlrt N., IT E. I>"pkty CI. k. j

new county line and get stuck in the get a chance to sell before long: and R. Swindel was a visitor to Atrl.hue Scott Clark do do .. .___ '.00 Overdraft April 1. 1921 .,--_--.-, -_ 10,18 dolleller FIITCJI.for Complainant.
____ ..00
Receipt 6.208117
durtnv month ......_____.
river before you wake up. i we will be on the lookout for a buyer Hampton Friday afternoon. Hannah Harris do _____ '.10 Vi arrant* issued 15.09''.. -iiOTICE '
I .0
I in the meantime. M.rtlta Wllkl..n do ._.__._ 100 Balance May 1. 1921----.h'.___. : OF AN FCTION: !
Franlr the _.
Hello Mr. Farmer. Give a fellow a Geiger, of Waldo, was W N Nwmar do __..__._ I 00 Pl.trlrt N.. 11- .11 Ijiwa Tie the power veeted In them by the fVhoot
Well guest of his brother P. M. 101. Nora 11..11. cIo ,_._ 1,10 Overdraft of Florida the Hoard of Tubllo In.t_
ride now; I don't know-I'm going Geiger, a April 1. 1921 ___ 1M ftt tlon of llradfiird
I M.rth.O.tkn do.-- __._ ...00"ohll Kecelpta county order an electloa
durlnv month ..
Sure hop In. Going to Starke to. take this boy out home with me. few days ago. W..hl do _.__.. ..80 Warrant I....... _...____-_----___ __ u.1 1118 d to Batnrdy.he held June at the Uowllnv afhonl ho.... on !

Don't know how Samantha Fred Clover-settle was the W.d. Wynn do -__...------- 4.00 Overdraft May I. 1921Dl.trlrt ___.._.-::. 4th. 1081, for the purpo.* cf ,
will takeit. among ".110 tbll.hlnv
know. Just a Special Tat
Don't going most any J 0 Bo. do __.___.____ 1.00 N.. Rchonl bl.triet of
Guess I'd better visitors to Starke Saturday. J Q Willie.... do---.__ the above d.<*crllied ,11.
where. wait a bit. Well, 1t""ln __ L60 Balane April 1. 1911 ._-_.__ 1190 '.....1 r'. ..
boy I'll be ready -_ 1I..lnha. do ____ 1.0. Receipt durinv month ____ 11..0 lair to be .....ed.. amount of mil- YI
do live? pretty soon. Don'twander Newman Children do ___
Where you _.____ 1,00 Warrant "iaaued ......._______ aDo I-or the
bit. off, so as to delay me. ZIFFZift' Martha MeOon.ld do _..___ 1.00 *Balane May I. 1921 .____ .._ the purtNw* cf holdinv. said l cleetlon
back here .10 followinv
Oh a ...
Aller 1I..n. do ._:.._________ .10 PI.t..... Ne. 2* menaver .1..lntatl. 0. B
Where you live J I Oh, you can't lose me;, not when I II: 0 Byrd do __________ '.00 Balance April 1, 1921 ...._...-___ 270.07 Gordon, Barn llarrell. Johnnie Addison

don't live there is eats ahead.Continued May 20.-The farmers of this I I. F Melvin do ..00 Recli during month .__......__.__ 11.16 H. B WIGGINS. L. W. KICKLITER.
Oh, I anywhere. Just section were pleased with the much I C.lh..ln. Clews do _.... 0 ..\18 Warrant "ujeurd __________ Bee ret Chairman.
moving. ( Next Week) Margaret Roberta 010 ___._.___ ..00 ., Ualane. May 1. 1921 .__. 288.22 *ry.
keep needed rain falling here Saturday and Willie Martin do __.____.__ .0. IMMrlrt Ne. 21 -?? t

Yes, but where Is your THain't M. Mary Tyr do __....?,... ..00 Balance April 1. 1921 _____ 211.04 PETITION FOR ELECTION
Sunday. M... Tom D.I do ..__.__._ 1
THERESSA 1.00 Receipt 'durinv month ..__... 22.71 n' noralila Board l-tihll .
got no home. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and son M. Sarah Rigdon do _._.___._ ..00 Warrant Issued -___.-?...--___, '.10 ford County Florid i Instruction Bra* .
Kate C..llin. do ......
What's your name? .____ ..00 Mar 1 1911 119.46 We. the unoVralvned "
spent the week-end at Starke, guest, K.te Fr..l.r do _.__...__ 1.00 bison 11 school petition petron. of Ikmllnv '
Sliver. Theregsa, May 20.-P. M. Geigerwas Jerry Johns d" _._..._.___.__ your honorable body to call .. r'
.00 Balane April 1. 1921 ..__.._... fl." election to .'.bll.h a peclal
of lee
their mother Mrs. L. Johns. dletrlet
visitor Waldo Carrl. Albert do ____________ 1,00 Receipt be known u
Sliver what? a to Wednesday.John duNne month .-__.._. 2468 an Ihtwlmv Sueelil Tan School ..100
L. A. Brown and children Iris and llall Cott..11 do ..._..._______ 1.00 Warranu leaned" _.__._.-.....-...... 21.97 .me to embrace the
Just Sliver. Don't you want a boy Hall was a visitor to Starke Jullue 1I..0..1t. d" _.._..__._ 1.00 ll.l.noe May 1. 121 ____.-....._. 77.82 .. the ......."I 4u.8.etinne
Artford, of Brooker were in this section Agnes Howard do _.____ '..0
Friday afternoon. IMelrlet N.. II ... ... 256. ..
work for ? ro. KY. 86. ...
to you Rachel M.I"hu. do .__._____ ..00 Balana .
Saturday attending to business April 1. 1921 __ 7642 and East Half of See. 88, Twp 4 t(
Well I might. How much you want. Mrs. Josephine Sullivan, who for II: II: Petty do _.?_.__.__-__ .00 Heeelpt* during month ___._--__-._ S8I.8H F..." Velum I, 2, 8 and North South Half.R ?of

several months past has been visiting affairs. Han d.Thornton__m.-_._.._h L00 Warranta uuued. __..?_.......____. 6100 See 4. Twp. 8. It 20 F.aet. Section. 19, 80.
a day. E T a. C.ili. do ____.. 1.00 Balane. 1921 __ _
May : ._.... 256.80 81. Twp. 4 Ran,. II Ea.1JOHNNIK!: r
Just my eata. relatives in South Florida, arrived Eugene Crosby, of Brooker, was G W Ald.rm.n cl..rk and .udder .?_ 121.00 Dl.trirt N.. 24 AfiniSON.

here visiting friends here Saturday after- G W Alderman paid for ,ostat. _-_ '.00 Balance April 1. 1921 ___-.-.._.-. 170 69 : KITI.ER.: I'EDDIE
Friday afternoon to visit relatives G W
Are you hungry now? Alderman Indeelna W_ 56.60 Heeeipt during month h_.._....,, 681 J. W. ADDISON"
Not much. Had a good meal and friends.S. noon. Drew Co .uppIk. for clerk _____ 1.0" Warrant quad _______._.___n._ 8.HH B RITE.
yes II. II. Howard of Gainesville was W W Risdrnawork et JaII ..?._..-- 0.60 Balanc May 1. 1921 ._'_.'__h_...... 11I..96 I'LINEV GOR005?. '
city PNnt :
terday. B. Woodara was a visitor to light.----- 19.05 bidet N.. H 8 R.
in this section Sunday, guest of his .John Mark Junitor ___________. 1&.00 Balane April 1, 19(1 ...__?__. 64 80 ARCH ROBINSON.nouns. <
Well, I'm going to Starke to De- Hampton last week. C A Knl"hl .upvr .1.1..lIon _____._ 0.00 Receipt* durinv month __._.__. 9H 84 W. W. WASI'MAN.
Witt C. Jones Hardware Store. Whenwe Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sasser of Starke Mrs. R. B. Thomas. Walker Ey.n. Cosswell Co.. .upplin 1.81 Vi arrant Issued .............t....,-.- 27.60 JOF CRAWFORD
Harley Thomas of Graham was W.Iker EYan. CO..II Co do .____ 11.0" Ilalanoe May 1 1921 . .... ... 121.14 RAM HARRKt.U '
get there I'll get you a lunch. spent Saturday and Sunday here at T.I."h pub n..l1.... etc ___Z_... 81." IH.trlrt N*; 16- ... T. ItARRELL, I

Then if you want to you can go home the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swin- the guest of friends In this section 0... D Barnard Co supplies clerk ._. If.P. Balanc April 1. 1911 __...._____-__. lOB .. O, F.. nv A I.,
BUrk Phone Co phone ._ .____. '.&0 Receipt
Sunday.The durinv month -__......_ S8,26 M. IHARRELL..
with me and if my wife don't kick too Draw Co *uppll** eo judir .......... 80,06 Warrant l Issued __-.-...-- 6 24 li
del.We families of R. P., L. R. and E. R A Green Iruanlty Franola Goodwin. 1 00 Balance May I. 1621.- lito...
much, I'll try you for a spell. have been having: plenty of W J Eppenon: do _.?....___ '.eo ni.lrtrt Ne. i.- I NOTICE OF ELECTION
J. Lewis, J. B. Thomas, K. Mills, Pur E L lliinr do .............._...._. LOG Overdraft Sly the .
Your wife much of a kicker rain for the past few days. April I. 19tl ....._...?. 19.92Heeelpt power veiled In them by the school
vis Lewis and Atha Jno 0 Will. do ____.,...._ .._ 100 law. of the
sisters, and Opal, --- r durinv month ...-.,____ 177 69 Rial of Florida, the Board of
Well, somewhat. Miss Rhoda Bennett spent last W W B.l.dim do .___. .. 1.00 Warrant issued ____. Public In.trtietlnn of
? ?? -? ............. 72.04 Bradford Cranny h. ,-
C. M.
Women generally When week at Starke with relatives and Kelly, and D. D. Thomas enjoyed M A' Cnvn do Kelly _.____ 1.00 IJalane May I 1921 __ 86.78 by call an eleatlon to lie held at the Brannen
are. are -
a fish fry at the river WednesdayA W J Bppemon do .....,...-...-....-- 9 60 bl.trl,1 N*: IIwRsimna schoolhouse "..n. 4. 1921. to determln whethe -
back friends. E L Blicva do ____....._ _. ... the
200 .
you going i ? ? ? April I. 1921 .__....._n 8677Receipt ffrrllni-v Included In flection 12 18,
I bountiful-dinner was spread on the W K Mlddltiton do ._.-..__.._.._.._. 11.00 durlnv month ...___... 2611 Twp. /6 South Ranve 19 f:.... flection 6, ..
In about an hour. Well, here we Several of the young; folks enjoyed ground at the noon hour and all enjoyed W W ll.l.rton do ______.__u---... 1.00 Warrant Issued -._._....- 1.40 7, 9. 17 18, and Weet Half of Northweet

are. Well, that's Dome hardware store, .a party Tuesday night at the home of H P Galney 1 day sum and mil.... _* H.OO Balance May I. 921.__..____..___. D9.I8 Quarter and flmithweet ..... flee. ..
I the event.L. 8 T Dowllnv do ..,__.._-..._... 8.40 Dl.trlrt N.. I* and West Half. II.... 16 Twp. B Routh. R.n"
what I I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Herrington. Music C A Robert do _...___.....-..._.... 7.40 Balanc April 1, 1921 _...._..... 242.84 20 Feat: shell. he made a peelal tat action.

Wonder if I could get a job here'Thought' and dancing; were the features of theevening. R. Lewis was in Brooker Satur- J M Brownie. do _____..___. 4,HO Rreelpla done month -...._...- -?. 114:92 di.trict, and to elect three trusts and ....
"' H H William do ___._______._____... S.'0 Warrant quad _____,-._-.__........ I.... terrain. the.amount of mill... to b* a.*
you was going home with day.Mrs. Simmons Plumbing Co Iruttalllna; fountain Balance May 1. 1021 ,_. 182.22 .........
......___._____ .uhn Fbr tb ...... B
I I Ida Howard and daughters of --- -- 6B 00 m.lrlct N.. II .. . of boldlnv said election the.
me? Hugh Norton was a visitor to E W II."... com tax collector _.,..._ 134.02 Balance April 1, lUll ?._?_,._.__ 7666Itecelpta / nllowlnir" manneei are sp..loted.. J. L.
Like to live in town. Always lived (I Hampton Saturday. Gainesville, spent Sunday here withbel' W J K-npermn J day with board _... 4 00 durinv month ..-.._..__ ...0. Tare**. If. L. Addison and U O HnnV.

W E Mlddlcton eo physician ..__.. ..If Warrant leaurd __....... I. W.
brother C. S. Kelly. -- _.. KICKLITER.
in town. If I can't get a job here I'll I Rev. C. J. Bruner, of Lake City, Balance M... 1. 1021._____._...., 109.60 R. B. WIGGING Chairman yy
Mrs. Mary Thomas and daughter Total .__. . .__...... .. ... 81668 - '
go with you; sure of my eats then.What's filled his regular appointment at the - -- -- in.trlrt No. II Recretary 6-18-4t-. {
Lomie were shopping in Brooker on Fin and Forfeiture Fan Balance April 1. 1921 ._...-._..... 61,81Itecelnta I
the boss' name? Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. W W llaleden .u.... at jail .....___. 40.00 duNne month .............. 11.97 NOTICE OF MABTER'fl' : BALE:

DeWitt C. Jones. The weather being unfavorable the Friday afternoon.D. W W llalndfn waihlnv at jail -,._-.. t 00 Warrant laaued ___....__._...._ Hereby notice I* v ,. W. Hazen and Henry Brown CrifTIn a John .uppllca jail ___...... 11,80 llalanc* May 1, 1921._ _______..._ 7680 virtue pf that certain decree of tts
Howdy, Mr. Jones. Want to hire a audiences were small. Mitchell Druir Store drum for 111 .... 9.96 May 1, 1921. made and rendered by the Honorable A. V.

boy Cecil Moore spent several days last passed through here Friday enrouteto W J Kppenon: feedlnv prUKinera ...... '8.00 BRATFORD. COUNTY, .. Judve of the Elehth I Judicial: Circuit:
South Florida where will R A Oren cue M M Ccorv .__...... 1.oH STATE OF FLORIDA. r.f Florida In chancery alttlnv. In the Clrenlt
What can you do? week in Starke on business. they W J Rpperaon; dp ?._._?_??.... '.18 I hereby certify that th. forevolnv elate Court for Bradford County, Florida, on the
spend several days. R A Green do _._-....._.__.__ 1.5H bent of he Receipt and Dlaburaement of 8rd day of May A. fl. 1021. In f.....r nf J. Jr..
Oh, I can sell goods and carry the David Jones, of Hampton, was a I i W J Kpneraon do _______.-__-__.... '.00 the fund of Bradford County for the monthof Nfekl a* aomplalnant, and ....In.. C. J.
money to the bank but don't want to visitor in our section Saturday. Charley Mills, of Starke, spent Fri Fiord 0..... cue Will Strinvfcllow __. 1,48 April. 121. la t u. and correct to Ih. Johnson .. defendant, the underelvned will

I day here with relatives.J. W J Epperwm do .?-..-__._-_-...-,- I." beet of my knowiedg..nd belief offer for aale at the front door nf th. court ,f
sweep or work long hours. About 10 Remember the cemetery working at Floyd anon do ___...-..____.-.-....... 1.88 H. R. WIGGINS. home. In Gtarke, Florida. durinv the .bpd
in the morning and six at night. One Hope church today (Friday). I H. Kelly will fill his appointmentat W J .|.|.. on cat. Leo Leffell ___._ 81 OH Superintendent' of Public Instruction. hour* of sale on
Rock church and W J Stalling do wltnn .__.__._ I.BO MONDAY TUB: SIXTH DAY OF JUNE "21.
hour for dinner. Beans and cucumbers are still on Saturday Sunday. Wilbur Mott do _.____.________.. 1.10 CLERK'S REPORT to the hlvhret and beet bidder. for each the
Everyone invited. i Floyd Green e.** Rhoda Kemp et .1.. 8.84 llnwlnv deeerlbed property
Well, I guess I don't need a boy. the move here. I W J Ei>pernn do ____._.....,..-?, ".a/l/ Rtark' Fl.. May 1. 1821 Soufheant quarter of northeaet Quarter of
That's what I thought. What about II. E. Moorer is employed at Brook Fred Hazen, of Brooker was here W W llal.den witno* do _?..__.. loll( Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Section twenly-thre (28) I ale the west half

Friday. Kit William do ..................... 1.00 In and for Bradford County. Florida, on a*. of the northwest quarter and seventy (701
some eats, farmer lyn now, being the field foreman In Lola Hlnvlnton do .....___...,__-_. 1.00 count of lane amassed for the yeer 1970. yard deep. on th. west aide. of the ...t balf

Yes. come over here and I'll find the peach orchard. Robt Con Juror ___.-?.--_-...-__ 1.00 B. W. IIAYRH.Tas of the northwest quarter nf aeetlon ,_nl...
J O Manning do ____-____-.______? 1.00 Collector four (24) towtuhlp nve. (6. ...n... Elvhteea
something for you. Here, give this Garfield Johns, of Hampton, motored To Cure a Cold In One Day FRO John do ._...___..__...__.e.. 1.00 To Bradford County (16) south and eat enntalnlnv one hundred

here afternoon Take LAXATIVE F1ROMO QUININE (Tablet. It Jacob Hunrii-l do .......,.-..___._. 1.00 County Proper thirty-two (182)) ......., more or lee,
boy a couple of sandwiches.A through Sunday en. top*the Cough: and jfead.rhe and work off the J O OrlfTI do ____.__.__.._?,....... 1.00 April 1. to bal due _.-_-__.....,......SMII 42 J. B. FLITCH r
couple route to Orange Springs. Cold. tVV. GROVE', *on each bu Silo H A BlKluip do .._.________._..?._ 1.00 By amt collected ___...._._ ..._._...2227.27 Rner.a|: | Molar In (,hanr..,..
It A Crcen; can Fred Taylor ........ IM" JOE HILL Wlt.MAMS,

__ _____H_ W J Eniieraon do ____.___.______... 18" May 1. to gal l dim .__.__.._.._00___ .. . FIn. and F.rf.ftureApril 1

Total --..._-__...-._.._. 48.00 1. to hal due _-_-....-..._____...1.00
Widow. P.ralon Fund By amt collected __n__.____-_.__._.- 871.21Ceanty MAHTFR-H.l SATE:
Nntlee la hereby wn that under and In

Mr Mr.. Nanl Salll; L Jllarkwelder Yarns do dlowene.10.00_ May I, to Soil due .___..__\_..__._ __-.1108..0 pltmiiance of a certain final decree of fore- 5ei.eun
? 1(1( 00 of solo made. and rendtmd on the
Mr. ......"hln. M.N..I do _........... (.00 Head and HrldcVApril . Ind day nf M.,.. A. n. IU21 In and by. th*
I to lial dUD __.._..______1IR1618
I Mr* Honor C Crows do ..... ......... .
N 00 jurlir of the Circuit Court In and for llr.d
____. ___ _
Mm Maaytl. Hrnwnln do -.__... 1000 lly amt collvctod .._.__- ___ 21IHIMH ford County, Httrltla, In .heneery. In thatcerialn

Mr 11 r ChuMMT dn _...__ 1000 .... .
c. therein lending whertln Ell.ha
M.y 1. to Iml due _.___ _._ _.....8116.10Wldewo'P.olna
Mm 1.I..I. IIh..... do ....._.. 8 00 u.' Kite I. cnmnlnlnnnt and Elijah: Kile end
Mm Mary Jano Kite, do __ .._.._ Fund .
800 Mnry Jane Kite, hip' wife, defendant. .
April 1. to ha! duo _..___._______.1476.
Mr 1,1..1.l John do ._. _.._.._. '
12.00 I .
A. H Crew., Riierlal Miuiter. hall nf.fer
--- a
amt eullMtrd ________________.___ ,
y 871 21May
COMMERCIAL JOB Mm Mrtha do ........____ BOO for ... at public. outcry, and will tell to '+ iN
Mm It L l>rail do _........... R,00 th. ami k
hltrheMt font bidder for rash Iwforsthe
I, to lial due _____..__.__..__....1IOB.OHCaunty
Mm Ko.ina fnmark do ............... 1000 donm of the entirthnune In Btarke. llrad. I /1
Mm Alma L MrMlllan do __...... Seh.elApril ford .
BOO Count, Flnrlila. nn Monday, the nth day
-- 1. to bal ilu. .. .__.__________2U6n8 OKlly tt
Mm lots I'. Hull do _... _. -
of .
800 June A, I) ..
durlnir l
-- 11121. the r.l hour*
I M.. ()I. Graham do _...._.._._... Son amt collected ...____._.._.___..._7424.211 of ale.. the following deerrllied properly to-

Mm Flies J Hill do _.___. .. .... O'rp
(00 Five .
wilt In th flout of
PRINTING Mm Mahol '10'.1, do .__.......?.....?... B,00 May 1. to lial due ________._________.2211.... the Bniitheadt arms Quarter of the NnrthrnMt.t. comer Quarter ,p5a

Mm I.lui Tompkins do __....._.. 10,00 C.nty Poll. and the North. llnlf of the 1'I00IIh.' .., fill
Mm. lur Wilkrrann do ..__.. 10.00 April 1. to bal due .................. 990.00lly Quarter. of flection' Twenty-Ave. Tnwn.hlnrive
Mr* Rxna I'...." d. .......?.__.,- 2000 amt collected -_______..- .____,_- 268.00 Mouth' Banire Twenty..>ne ....." AM| the I

Mr I'rarlo Jimn do __.. ._ .
Mm l,ati.lla I..IIK do .-..._...._._____ HO 20.00,Of] May 1. to bal flue ..___....____..__.- 722.00 Weet the Nonhweat Quarter of Quarter the ftiulhweet..f' Hectlnn quart-r Thirty..r at

III... I) K McOh-llun do ........_ 80,00 T.t.l Bab Bta/o.1" Townehlp Five Ruuth. II.."". Twenty.twti 1:..
April 1, to bal due _._-._-......-112..,"

Total ?., .__+| ___-______..-. 268.00 III' smt .I1..d -._____.._-_-____..5151.59Msy contalnlnv lea*. Also In the all Rut'Nlnety-nvc Half of lot acre Twenty-rlv, more/ or

FINANCIAL I, to bal dUD --.-_______._..___.6104,55Sub Flv In Woodlwn.Routh. II..In.. Twenty-two Ri-ctlnn' Thirty.'...Township contain.Inv 1 1.,

I BTATKMKNT COHNTT SCHOOL Rehe.1 Bead Flv ....., I lee.. Also Lot Number .
or a
FUNDS April 1. to bal due _.____...1118".1.II .
County'euprrlnt.ndnnt's flrianviai .tat......nt ,. amt collected. __-._.____.____. ...1006.54 Lnt Nine Numlier and Twenly.fnur Weat Tl.lf of In the1 Woodlawn Half ( L

of rountv pflhonl fund for th. orllan. k rN
,\ : April 1921. month of May 1, to bal due ,.___.___...._______4702.26 .. Twenty-two Thirty. Townahlp Feel, enntalnlnv Siam South Twelve

General rkot' Fan G. W. ALPRRMAN.Clrk and one-half errs. mor nr bee, All In Bradford -,
Overdraft April 1. 1IZ1 ...._._-._...'.11 (11"ulCou.t., aunty Florida. U
LETTER HEADS R..c.>lpta during month ..........__.7785.M (Seal By C. A. KNIGHT A. R CREWR.'
Warrant Imuvd __---.___.4R8I.0 Deputy Clark Special' Ma. *.. w
Ovodraft May Ihl 1021 -.-...- ....e. A. 1.. ADKINB..
l.lrlct No. 1 FINANCIAL STATEMENT flollcltor/ for Complainant 6-6.61-6-1

I Ralann April 1, 1921 ...._?.??... 4.TI OF COI1NT'FUND. ,

BILL HEADS -. Rvmlpt durinc month ._...._._-.. 117.88 Monthly financial ......m... of Bradfordcounty NOTICE: OF ELECTION
Warranta liwund -_...._____... 4,44 .
for the month of April 1921. BB IT KNOWN. Th.m.m....* ofth
llalanr .
May 1. 11121.. ...
IH.trlel ? _.?. 171." Ccneral Feed Board of County Cnnimlitakmcnt; I. ,end y
N.. Balance April 1 .__ __ for Bradford County. Florida. In a
Balanr 1921 .-.__ __ .1181" puntiaine
April 1. 1921 -.?..._..._? 4<,04 Receipt. __._. to Chapter 7192 Law of Florida
during month __._... _2112.78 creatlnarRpeclal 1
1t..I.,1a durlnv ___. .
i NOTE HEADS Warranta l Issued month.. ... ..... VO,84 Warrant. Issued ....... _____, ... .12( n.B.lansa TH lined and llriilv Dlatrtat Number
Overdraft I.- -..__?__ 80'R May I, 1921 ___..__..____h .8r> 7." Two In Bradford County, Florifta do .hereby a
May 1981 ..
..-_ 6.10ItUlrlrt Fin and Forfrlt.r Find Vive notice that an election will .be held InXpcclil 1 April 1 No. I Balance April 1. 1921 ._._.?....--, fined and llrldve Dl.trlcl NuiubM i r
1921 .
-?___ 1 ttemluu _. ... Two Bradford County Florida, th Flret
during month ..._. 76462 on *
ENVELOPES duringmonth ......__- .- 7VH 17 Warrant quad. _____.._-_._, __ ___ IMII,8M Tuenday In June, A. l>. 1921, the sera belnvth
Warrant ___ __
Iraiurd ._._
Ilalna May 1. 1H2I __._______. 18M.' Balane. May .1, 1921 ___..__...._ .-. .2782." Heventh day thereof for the pu........ of .
110.84 I Mead Find electlnv three member. of the board of heed
lII.t. ..
N*. 4 Balance ___ _. tniatee One recelvlnv the
April I. 1981 .. 176.II hlvheet Bumber
llalanra n -
April 1, 1921 .._...._ ,
.-? 100 48 Heeelpt durinv month ._,.___--._._ 17.88 of vote 1 In said district for a term of tore* ,
Ktwilpta durlnic month __. .. 'p
CARDS .. n.lI .
? recelvlnv th
Warrant* l*>u d ... yearvt one net hlvheat namlteffof
Warranu l .u""d -.-_.?. II 88 Balance' : MaV 1. ilii.-::::::::=__:- 192.67 votes In said dl.triet for a t.rm of.two May 1. I.ZI ._.__._._______. 18B.BO Ouutand---------, rceni and on* reaelvlnv 1114.. nest blvhMrt

Balane DLtrlrt N*. S Balane* April I, 1921 _.___?.......? .1.... number of vote. In said dletrlct for a I sees '
April 1, 1921 ........?_.. 18 IT Receipt durlnv month ...._........ of on..r, sell I term to bevln on tberHrat
RHC.IPU durlnir month .__..-...?___ 80,C8 Warranu kuued _______ day of July A. l>. 1921, or a* soon thereaftecaa
POSTERS --.w.-- +
TAGS Warrant l Issued ___ _.. .. r
SHIPPING -- -. Ilalanc May 1. 1081 _....__. 879.83 h. may qualify.IN .
May I. 1921 -.____ 98 05
IN.trlrt N.. TESTIMONY WHEREOF: w. have her*.
8 Balance April I. 1921 _.._ _.__._..
llalanr .n. 12090K unto act our hand at our regular meetlna-
1c.e.I..1a April durinc 1. 1921 .._._._-_-_. 257.10 ....1".. durlnv month ...___.__...... In Btarke, Bradford County Flurlda. thl* the
month _. 14.01
WINDOW CARDS Warranta Imuvd .._._-..__-.-- 1,4U1I.I.nae Warrant slanee-w.loued __.._. 4th day of April A, D. 1921.C. .
R .
1521. 120.90Wldew. A. ROIIERTR. Chalrraaa.
._ _.
May 1. _. ..__- 2(8.71 ..
01.1.... P.n.JnnFpdRslane. M. nilOWNLRE:, N.. 7 April 1. 1921 __..__.. .. .._.. 12818Recelpta If It. WrLIJAMB
April 1. 1981 .._.. 100.111KecHpt
? -- durinv month ._____.._ H.
during month .......__.-_.. 08,82Warrant Iwued __.. ____...-._.n.u, _.__ 17818Warranu 16400 8. T f,,DOWt-INQ.OAINCY
Issued l __. ,.......__ .
.._ Balance May 1. 1921 ___.___-. "...11M.I' / AtteatlO. r
My I. 1921 .
149 42Dl.lrlct
7lh, 1921. W. ALDERMAN
N.. I
Hln April 1, 1921 ...__.._. 21..72H Urarlfnrd Stale County.of Florida. Clerk .-.-....-. 4 t

1' .o.lpu durinv month _.__.______ 10,91 I hereby the
W.rr.ntesurd _.__ _.. __ certify thai forevolnv itatemenlof
2 40Kalane
-- -- the .... lp.* and di.bun.menU of the OF ELECTION v
May 1. 1921 224.27 fund of Bradford County for th* month of BE IT KNOWN That w*. aa member of l
Dl.lriH N.. April: 1921 I. Onus and the Board of County Cfimmuwloavr In and
Ralanc April 1, 1>21 .__-.__..-... 107.81 of kno.I." and belief correct to the bt. for Bradford County, Florida, In '
my "" pnrauan
c.lpta during month ____.... (.90 O. ALDERMAN to Chapter 7990, Law of Florida reeling
W.rr.nU "UMuvd __._...___ 2-411 ,
(SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court Special Road and D.I.... DUitrlet Number
Ualane. May I 1921 ..._ JI8.81
-----:---- Bradford County. On. In Bradford County Florid" do hereby
N*, 18Ralanc vlve nails that an election. will h held la
COUNTY April I. 1981 -.._.___.-... till 10 By C. A. KNIGHT. Hpect.l' Road and Bridir DUtriet. Number
BRADFORD|>t. durinv month ___...___.____ 8' .44Warrant Ueoutir CI. It. On. Bradford. County, Florida, th. Fiat.
luurd _____.....-_._._.... 2,40 Tuesday In Jun., A. D. 1921 the an.erne babe
helms' May 1. 1921 _. ,- 247.21 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION the Seventh dy thereof fop the of e F
nirtrlrt N.. II In Clreult Court: Htate ot Florida, Elvhth sleeting thre member of the hoard purpace of liond
Ralan.. April 1. 1981 .._.__.- 108." Judicial Circuit Ifradford County, In Chanwry. truetee. On. rveelvlnv th* hlvrwet number
KMlut durlnir month ..-..... 6H.02 of vote In said dl.triet for a term of three ,
Warrant land 898HalaiK J. I', Tomllruon. yens; one ....Ivln. the next hlvheet number
TELEGRAPHSTARKE May I. 1921 .... M ..aIM.trlrt Complainant. of vote In said district a term of two r
N*. IS v. I pearl and on. ....I.h.. th. Bent hlvheet. I
0.1.".. Aorll 1. 1921 _-_-_ 127.80Itnsolpt John Henry Culver. et al.. number of vote* In said' dtriet! for a ,.term %.f
durinir month -........ H .H1 Defendant.. of one year said term to basin the flret
Warrant quad .___._...___ *.*<> It appearlnc by affidavit appended to the day of July A. D. 1921, oy aa coon on thereafter
H.l.n.. May I. 1921 4 8.77 bill Sled. In the above stated cause that John a* h. may qualify.
ni.trlrt N.. II i Henry Culver the defendant therein named IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, w. have'here-.
FLORIDA Balan April I, 1921 ._----- SO*.*" I* a non-reldf of the State of Florida, and unto art our band at our mauler meeting
_lpU during month -...___ ...1 he .I. a re>ld>nl of of Abbeville. Alabama, In Stark. Bradford Count. Florida. this th. *
Warrant l Issued ..... .-..-.-....- and I I. over the .... of twentym year ; It 4th day of April A. D. 1921.
Balano. May 1. 1921 ,. 211.16 .I. therefore ordered that said non-re.ldent O. A. HOHKRTfl Chairman.J. l
w Mtrl rl N*. 1.. defendant be and la hereby required to IP* M. BKOWNI.KE.:
BUn April 1, '1.80 peer to the bill of ....m.lelnnletl In old H. H. WH.I.IAM8.
_lpt* during month.----------- KMWrrant oauii* on or before Monday, the Seth day of H. P. OAINKY.a .
kuuml -_-...-.- .... June A. V. 1921 otherwlM the allevatlon. of T ttOWLINO.
H.Ian.. May \, 1921 .___ 11188Dltrt aid bill will .be taken aa .onfea l by ..Id Atteatt ; 1 ,
.t M*. IIOvodmft defendant.It. O. W. ALDERMAN: I.
April 1. 1921 18881 i la further ordered that thU order .be CUylr 45-5444



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FRIDAY. MAY 20. 121t1 .
)a ,' PAGE EIGHT .

""- Mr. Bennett, of Johnstown was attending -\ Walter Ladd returned to his home'I friend at Midway Sunday. Crosby. Gladys Cain is the guest, of
t1 to business here Thursday. in Tennessee after a visit with his, O. W. Barry was in Brooker-. Satur. Lucille Harrell.
: her dcrosin.
____.. Mr. Parker, of New River, was In sifter, Mr*. Mose Feinberg.Mr. day. the sick list W. H. Harrell and son (':epbaa.1I'ere .
town Saturday.R. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, of Mrs. Steve Hague il on-
visitors to Worthington Sunday
., B. Robert and children, Ruth I| SUrke, motored to Lake Butler Mon this week. .
Items afternoon.C.
( County News and Wesley, of Worthington, were Cephus Han-ell was a visitor to
day.Rev. M. Anureu was a business vial
visiting at the home of W. H. Andrews S. S. Proctor filled the pulpitat Brooker Saturday.
, I Monday. New River Saturday. I I Mr. Alma Surrency is on the sick tor to. Brooker Saturday.In

Issten.ting fact Gathered During the \Vc.ek br: Our I C. II. Harrison, of Worthington D. spent Sunday in Val- list this week.T. W. M. Harrell wa ,Worthington

Regular Correspondent was a business visitor here Monday. dot>t&. I. B. Edwards and daughter, Elma, Monday.
i rr I Miss Evelyn White, who is visitingher Mildred Roberta and Ella Mae were in Brooker Tuesday. Miss Etha Clayton left Tuesday, after .

i sister left Monday afternoon for Strickland spent the week-end at Remember preaching service next several days visit at the home of

"1 --w I Worthington Spring, where she will Duke, truest-of their grandparents, Saturday and Sunday by Rev. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. HarrelL

GRAHAM Misses Onie and Gunie Grave motored visit Miss Ruth Roberta. Mr. and Mrs.' T. II. Rimes.,, -
to Starke Sunday afternoon. -- -
; Mr. W. W. smell and little son, T.-A. Carter, of Johnstown wa a

Graham May 20.-Mellllra. L L. FIVE MILE Wilbur, Jr., of New Smyrna, are ticKing visitor to Lake Butler Friday.
Ogden K. D. and Math Wasdin f. R. of Mr. and Mr J.
and wife were at the home -lira. May Douglass, of Jacksonvillewas certainly want to

Bevtlle Chesley Fogg Beat Monday. Five Mile May 20.-Mr. and Mr. ,, C. Jones this week. a'visitor to town Saturday. YOU money, and you
visitor to the county of Gainesville Marion Dowling and father, H. Dowl-! W.- H. Andrew was a visitor to Mrs. Lula Edenneld and son, Paul,, would like to haw better b iDp.

r' MiM Lillie Strickland here Tuesday.Wesley Ing, were here fishing Tuesday. \ Starke Monday. spent the week-end with friend at Then use Calumet If the
.;. was a were vial- B. L. Duke L. G. Johnson and Nor- Mrs. A. D. Andrews, who has been Live Oak. biggest thing you can do to Improve t

and Truby Wednesday.Dyal man Pan-inn were assisting P. P. De- in St. Luke' hospital in Jacksonville, The Woman' Club met Monday af the quality of your bakings -1
tore to Hampton Dyal and John I kle in some repair work last week.A for several day under treatment of ternoon. After a short business cession : -sad lower baking in the largest '
Meaara. Truman fa made
" returned home Calumet t
viela. much needed shower fell here Dr. Simpson, Monday.J. musical was render
" business a program
Groover, of ZHT were C. Jones has bought the grocery I Dell most pdtaViakIDPowderFactories tIts
a. Thursday. I ed. Mr*. J. E. Maine and Mr*
,1 tore here Thursday. Youngblood and G. D. Falrcloth and son, R. D., were store formerly owned by Mr*. S. W. presided at the punch bowl and a Powder .. made under better t

,. ,j' White Messrs.of Waldo Autumn, were attending( to here fishing: Wednesday. : Smith. Mr. Jones I* well known here pleasant hour was enjoyed by those caoditioua-coca fun: be better Jnquality. \
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Robert were and we wish him success in his bust .
business here Wednesday.Mm. present. It contains only such Ingredient \
weekend guests of relative in Mac- n ...-
y returned to Charlotte Savage returned Monday
Gladys Strickland have been officially endorsed
her home in Waldo Tuesday, after aweek' clenny. Harley Moore was a visitor to Lake afternoon from a visit with Mr*. B. pas Pure FoodAuthorities.
ea and Norm De- I'atler: Sunday afternoon.
Misses Mae Duke euar-
visit with relative P. Wilson of Ocala. I
kle Saturday and Sunday with "STiss Annie Veile of Macclcnny teethat It la pure. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Dyal visitedhi spent G. W. Alderman and C'd. Weeks, of

brother Truman, first part of the Mis Pearl Robert was a business visitor here Monday.S. Starke, motored to Lake Butler:. Tues- I
weelc.Sheriff. i i Mr. Barbara Duke and daughter, B. Denmark an old and+ highly gay. RAISES THE QUALITYLOWER'S THE CosOF -
'Miss Hattie, spent Saturday in-lxike citizen of Bradford county,
W. J. Epperson was a bust? rtpected Mr. and Mrs. Dock Robert, of "
ness visitor here Friday. { Butler, guests of Mrs. Bill Stewart.T. parsed away Monday afternoon about Worthington motored to Lake Butler I AiLi. BAKINGS
Wasdin spent last J. Dukes, L. G. Johnson and eon,, 2 o'clock. Mr. Denmark has been in
Math and LeRoy Tuesday.Mr. .
lake fishing. i Rowan, Ben Duke and Marcus Dekle poor health for several year and was Mr.
Wednesday at Sampson : and Mrs. W. W. BaUden. 1
were visitors' to Lake. Butler Satur confined to his bed last week. Altho
and and
Jones Mr.
:Messrs. Will and Mrs. W. J. Epperson,
Smith, Misses Onie and Bunie Graves day. li'n death was not entirely unexpectedit Mrs. Bryant. Dowling Rob Cone and
Starke Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. L. Crosby, of Madison war a shock to his friends. The l 1
attended the movies in Joe Andrew, Jr., of Starke, motored
night. county, are guests of their sister, remains were laid to rest at Lake to Lake Butler Tuesday. I CALUMETBAKING

Lonnie Parker and Percy Woods, of Mrs T. J. Dukes Butler Tuesday at 7 o'clock. The entire Mr. and Mrs. Wilshire Brooks, of

Brooker, were business 'visitors here Mr. and Mrs F. Drawdy and community extend deepest heart. Providence, motored to Lake Butler I .POWDER -.w n.-
Saturday. children were guests of Mr. and Mrs.B. felt sympathy to the grief stricken Tuesday. ,

Walter Edmondson. family, fSampson L. Duke Sunday. family. II. C. Peeples, of Dukes, motored to
Norma Dekle, Shepard Moor-j" "#Ht,< a visitor to
the week-end at the Misses :Mae Duke, Lake Tuesday.
r spent Cutler It received highest Awards,
Lava Butler Fi'aay night
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfrud.McKlnn Messrs. Marcus Dekle and ArdellDrawdy Ramp Andrew and Mr. Raiford World's Pure Food Exposition Chicago -
y. attended a candy pull at. Mr. Kf.r: and W C. Wiutlen ere visiting attended the funeral of S. B. Denmark -: Paris Exposition Paris

Jake Roberts of Tallahassee, spent Herndrm'a, Saturday eve. relatives in Blackshear, Ga., this Tuesday.J. ranmarpoaitI1s proof of Us super

'; the weekend here with his family James Thompson, of Worthington, week. P. Sapp, of Sapp, attended the ; -
and parents. ; was a business visitor here Tuesday. John Sapp, of Sapp, waR the guest funeral of S. B. Denmark Tuesday., It b used by more housewives
of A. D. Andrew edentUts than ...... .
} visit farmers all smiles now \... and domestic
Ardell Abernathy is here on a Our are Mark Tomlinson, of Johnstown, ,
other brand.
with his sister, Mrs. Bobby Surrency. that we have had several nice showers was attending to' business in town I \ any E.arcupstaw
c Many are setting potatoes and some LAKE BUTLER Tuesday. i It is sold at a moderate price. .t U

v Miss Lois Moody Is visiting: relatives are planting/ late crops Hewitt Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dowling and Dock l costs Afl you to determine have to do how is to much compare yoncan cup ara nulattG butter..1M:cope
Lake 20. Luiu
at Mounteocha this week. i There Is much talk of raising strawberries Butler May Crewe, of New River were in town save by buying Calumet. Tassel. :re.etls'Q.

o'' Rev. Crosby, of Shake Rag, passed' here this fall. with of Sanderson his mother, spent Mrs. Hewitt.the week-end Tuesday.The Gluten Is the muscle building part! 00 >i::--J
tenpaos era
through here Saturday enroute to ----- -- -- Sunbeams will\ meet Sunday afternoon which
'I of flour Is of greatimportanc Ttaa.aa
Miss Eddie Epires, of Midway, has r:=
Mounteocha. i| with the Lake I Miss Omie Scarborough, as To be"sure: get it m'your bakIngs -
accepted a '
Rev. Dock Crews, of Long Brtdjre, leader. I use,plain flour anoTgood M trio1dtelrising
Miss Loa An- Butter Bank, and is located at the
Kuiford, May 20.-
preached here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Moore, of Raiford, ; ( flour
business domon, who has been teaching in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Knight.
R. Shaw, of New York, was a motored to town Tuesday.
i Ocala high school, returned home onTuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bass, of Lake City,
visitor here Wednesday.Mr. Rance Andrews of Miller
was a
of Mrs. J. C. thin
and Mr*. Wesley Dyal, spent were guests Crews business visitor to Lake Butler Tucs- _. __ __ _ __ m ____
the week-end with her sister at Mina Evelyn White, of Ocala Is week. '
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Andrews Mrs. Veal, of Atlanta, was a guest day.
Hampton. .
s of Mrs. Mattie Markee Monday evening -
Tommy Oldham spent the weekend this week. DOBSONDobgon ;

I in Hawthorn with friends. Mr and Mrs. Loughman, of Jack-

Harvin Ogden was a visitor to sonville, were guests of Mrs. S. W. The W. M. U. met Wednesday af- May 20-M. H. Hurst madea

Sampson Monday. Smith Tuesday. tnnoon, Mrs. A.. C. Strickland, presiding. business trip to Lake Butler Satur- MAYBrunswick

Mr. Wilcox, of Fairbanks, has just I, W. Starling of Lawtey, was in .
7 r put up a saw mill and l lit working full town Wednesday. Math Roberts, of Five Mile, attend- day.Mr.._ and Mrs. Judson Hurst were

time. A, D. Andrews< was a business! visitor (,.1 the funeral of S. B. Deft' mark on the week-end guests of her parents, RecordsON

Karney Dowlinjr, of Hampton, was to Jacksonville Wednesday. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B..Brannen, of Pal
a business visitor here Saturday.Dr. Miss Sadie Simmons, who has made .I. S. Howard of Dukes motored toIjike estine.

Middleton and wife; of Starke, her home here with her mint, Mrs. A. Butler Monday afternoon. Mre. Oad Dobbs, of Manning was SALE TODAYThere -

were visitor to our burg Sunday*af- D. Andrews, for several .years, is visiting Fate Brown and daughter, Carrie the week-end guest of her parents,

ternoon. her sister, Mrs. C. A. Canova, in Uc-l'o.: of Miller, motored to town on Mr. and Mrs. M. II.'Hurst. i. something different about Brunswick records, a

Messrs. Roy Roberts, Wilbur Smith Lake City. Tuesday. Johnnie Hurst made a business tripto something of warmth, life and color-a reality that makes

Manning Saturday. you feel as though the personality of the singer or musician

Frank Dobbs, of Baker county, was were in the very room with you. user !&... n.u> Brunt-
10011D10QH011>mID iC
ti$ mnamnaffloggaBomffiaiffainnffi the guest of his brother Saturday af wick records

ternoon. 10001 I I Absent Tenor Marie\ Clumlee!.
Dan Hunt attended service at 1.00
Cypress Grove Saturday. 1)01. J La Paloma (The Dovo) (In Spaniih) Richard Eo..uiFuniculi.
US } Funicula (A Merry Life) Baritort
S. Hurst made business
a Kirfurd Cimlli: and Main Trie

trip to Lake Bulter Saturday. **' / Male Believe Fox Trot . Ghes3oees'Orchestra '
Arch Dobbs, of Raiford, was a business 1 1.00 \ Do You Ever Think of Me For Trot
visitor here Tuesday l,\Um Jra..'Orcfctrtr

504 { Love Bird Fox Trot , IiJum J.....'OrcbMtra
\ BRADFORD 1.00' I Never Realized Fox Trot. likim Joe..'Orebtatra

1081 { Humming Fox Trot R Jy Wi.iW't CiJif,".TU.D
I Bradford,, May 20.-A party was 65c" ..
Na-10 (Ne.Ho) Fox Trot F.udWiedoeft'.CaIf">nu
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 708} ( Spread Yo'Stuffox Trot Bu.aIe J:"-r"" '* Orchestra

W. M. Han-ell Friday night In honorof Bic' Wang Wong Blue. Fox Trot Dean! Ira.,...'. OrcltcitraM \ ,

.' Miss Etna Clayton. Games and 108*{( ..!e Fox Trot Cttta BrotUri',Bail

\ music were enjoyed, then refreshments 65c'JO4J Arabia One,ftrp , Cr... Erotti r.*Norilty BIB A
served. Those presentwere
were Saw Ye My Savior Barilcno . Vaji Siaonxw
Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards, {
I 1.00 ShepKerd Show Me I low To Co Baritont
Geneva and Lucille Harrell, Blanche Lloyd SUBOUMIIHvenin

and Louise Crews, Georgia and Virginia I : CKirne WcWn7 Edwards Ellen Norman and
Old Sweet Song Violin-Fiat.-flerp
.. Etha Clayton, Messrs. Seeber and Coy C. doliwTrleWalitna //J

Edwards, Casper and Luther ITarrell, \V.U ,. (Ha: aXax flaytte) "
N. G. Hayes, Vernon Rogers, Vascoe 10'110 6St { Fi+.:Turin...:;"'iil: ""... :rwkwl

lIazen, Rand Crews Mabry and Malcolm Dreamy Hawaii (H:waiian Woy.n/ )' I
F.I F......-i A 'M Fruo.1a1.
Hartell, Mr. and Mrs. A. A Ed I
.. .. wards. 10485c Sweet Mamma (P pe'e (At...." .
{ AI B.nerd with Carl F.......'* OrcVntra
J. V. wards'was a business visitor '
Strut, Min LUxie 7 -norAl .
l to Brooker Thursday. Bersuril" trllu C+A t ttJ.taf. ddutlia6ic . t N
Oar Repair DepartmentWATCH and W. H. Harrell attending
W M. were
f :MM, Rebecca (Cme Back From M cr.> Tenor BiflyJoecs n
to business in Lake Butler
bSaILik.t.& TfnoranJBaritoTH K3f JaxttiatZJmti''Jlmf : wY

Thursday. / Mammy'. Little Sunny Kiacuy Eel ;, .r :
REPAIRING Malcolm Harrell and sister, Geneva, law ere, bean Avlrey.e.:San Aii :1

r it and Miss Etha Clayton were visitorsto l Love in Lilac Time /ont n. . Enreik Hare

Worthington Saturday afternoon.Mr. -5 J" Scandinavia .r .. .
. . HI<1IIOII ,. Mil QmirtetI
All watches are looked over carefully and given the time and attention .and Mrs A. A. Edwards spent I the Heart of Deer Old Italy HaravKiMrt Kilo Qnutf M

that the week-end with the latter's. parents loci) Kitten on the Key Pianoforte Solo ::..Cccfnqr ,
them in condition. You will find we give superior {
required to put proper Mr. and Mrs. T. Norman, of Starke. IIISo My Pet Pianoforte Solo . z.c..fnr'

work in this lineand are certain that you want your watch to have the care it I Rand Crews was a visitor to Worthington
Saturdays Any phonograph can play Brunswick RecordsConsumer's

always receives here Mrs. John Harrell returned to her

home at Raiford Saturday after several

REPAIRING days visit with her sister, Mrs.
Lumber Co.
J. Crew. *
of in of attends to the N. G. Hayes was a business visitorto
'' A special department our store, charge an expert, Lake Butler Saturday. STARKE FLA.

repair and alteration of jewelry. This is a guatantee of prompt service and I Seeber Edwards wa in Brooker on ,

difficult repairing is especially solicited, and special order work of all kinds are I business W. W.Saturday Raborn of Jacksonville,

; efficiently handled. spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. HarrelL
Sumner Andrea was the guest/: ofCMtonavtulteraiKlwwrcy i i'I

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by a@tabasad>irtrtln4
the, blood. Youceaaoafetlks.
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