Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: August 8, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 41. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST 8. 1919. NUMBER 6.

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:O1'HlI1111': VINEsMI.LE:' ; :: IN:' ; ( tOIMON: I Is:' OPEMNd: : MINI: ll.s: or s('lleioi. IfOVRD
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SHORTAGE OFTEACHERS :OJo"I''ITlI; ;:' ; ISSII1': ; EMJLIOV: ,. COMMISSIONERS iPROFITEERING- -

1 .u'nu-is vvlui .planted :Mi'.uli. .', ,11.11 Tin' board met in logulai\ session

TIll'1 atal Fourth and Seventh Proved -< ,id last spung now have open. mttoi ' ,Kiiir'ist' I. with :Messis. L, 1'. Powell

FOR Downfall of Localspir.nils ACCEPT RAISE .1.I I F ramivn left un opi n boll at! IN FOODSTUFFS I'1.: Padgett, and 1'. H. Pmholster.IM .
Store Was 7 to 1. t tin' Hank of Starke several till s ag">
,, -,'ntMiniitis.
It "- 'iiiiuiually large and the M.iplitun ''- 1-
COUNTY SCHOOLS T.I i I.. i iiois and tho fait that thi "|i !' IN ' TO BE STOPPED : of last mooting. ( toad and,

!P SHUT' li.nuis got "mi to" Ho Di.ivti VACATIONS \Vlui. asked about In \uld, Mi ..ipl" "i IM I.d n* load.

'n' iiiivcs in thei venth! inning{ andkiniiktd 1 '.11 i'i' i -aid' that tile holl1. .'.'\ 11 b.i I I lie: poi' t of Supt. Poppell lointin t to
\ out a double and three -ungits | ibo" -tupped;. the Mulkx iliun 1'h"" .
23 WHITES 6 COLORED making thiee 1'uns. sei''ills: to be i'!! FIXES MILLAGE FOR COUNTY seems to be the expiiieiue, of t nitongiiuiis I GOVERNMENT TAKES HAND I in gio school accepted 1 'u 1 ;10d:
'1 I''d' | 11 ir 11'od to furnish -mlilll !
(iiiim sv'illo's chief excuse foi allow'ing tliioughout the iiiuntv mid!
EXPENSES YEAR TO REMEDY .
SCHOOLS WITHOUT HEADS THIS I CONDITIONS ,
\\ u ti'III'h..1' if the .V \\olllil | i lo
thi n' !pi'ops to slip out from under si>nu ]u''' "us i stun.itt' that the ilop'' llollsi
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f'i1.Ht'ITor TI\CIIIK: : :<"! PELT: thi.m in suih a mannei thm the> slid !I i' (;.HYMx 1'1'1II.1t. no \11:0:. \111:'; will HI' "II'' : I" (pi""ii tii' .ill.v' nothing. I 'I'll1 INMENslv::' ; |rOil IIK.IiriJMS Tin' i"iiiiuiiittee to get a l..i .iti' 'I t tDoliMin : ''I'

IN: I'IHt'OI''ITY: : :'; 01 I into the :small end of a 7 to 1 score :' '|1'1|{ \NXUTS: : I I'SI'1.|. |tn-q. Almiu' \ I .HUH"is. III this section. \\ .\ or 111'100: % \si IN: si'hool! iiintimii-d. ,In I u. I .
at the hands of the -Starke players at I'la,"'" tin, Mi ..idi -iid with the- hopi. .
inn M'ui: i Kurlton: Bnuh Thursdu.v. nfl<'I'nu..n. i I i Nl':>:>', M I\TTlm.... I that n \ .iiiii\ would mature pail ( O*> l' 1110'| l.liiHlinii \ | :\( 'Iht boaid I iigiee-d tifuim" I Ilegiois ''I" .
a teacher at SUfI> '"'' 'I t tuiiiild "
Thru- till and, t\vo down was the of th, i 101'' lufon" the heavy infestion 'y !
1 1 h.i' :'In'11' will Ix a shoit-ugo of foi. liouiriu ,
\\ / : ton, ,lnl\ al. ( i"'o'l1l1wn- iiiiungo: a ,
htor.v" dining Stuiko's period at bat Tin' I lin'iid, I of totintv loniniissionerswas i tin wnvil. but thev have been '
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ulni- Biadfoid: count -
ti in following
) 1lllnll'h".1/ ill I ciynmittei- t
motion' lodiuin 1)1lllg)
in the Hist three, innings, but in the : tailed t"" ndoi, 10 o'lloik ill":"PI mini il m tins.It .
. itlitis shown the lit a. m .
.1u 'in!Jan> is by lespoiisf to. tind, n .mils fiom th'., pointed'' to locate a sito fm (ini
fatal fourth with a man on -{','nnd, : I i- 'inu IH>\\ fni ttradford county
I n, .inilu "( sthuuN in the county who :\I""larlUIl'U"'t" .Ith, 1111\1.!> at thecoint I public that sunn' I.IIi""tI iiitnui' be t taUen Imol T H. I'inliolster, Supt I L K.
another third and! two out Wall, full" ,ii, "is to enter, into agivomenlnot If.
on an '
IIIIM" 'int \it secured l tc-ucheis.! Supt. > I house by Chnirninn C. A. )Kobeits to relieve tin- high ios| of living.Prices | Poppell mid' 1'1.: "Padgett. '.
second, baseman for the Stoike tn J.luntllll inon-cotton until the '
I'''ii|,i,II u )pin't-i that teachers! are hard i it uggicgution with nil members pn-ient, lo-vvit: )> /as theetTri. 'I I thenveriigeconsumer :Move-il and mined t that :Messi,. L. l' i
of Diaton's deliveries boll .
weevil has boon
in"t t in fin'l, then will bo some walloped into one Hold for u twohuggei I. :'>1. nrovvnlee, James Reynolds! starved out /assumed Hrst" 1 place in inteiONt C. PovM-ll and 1 K R. Poppell look J ,
deep
-.ili"mlwho will not have teachersbet.iusi I both of the on'' Dievv Riililish and, O. V H rooks.Mimu ill the capital ; Al tho white nfler tho e-eiling of the negro school .t' .
of the largo number! going base Hu scoring died second, when men : >s of last meeting: read! and vvoiid be for omh ..' the following house I'resident Wilson was said to ho lioii.se in Staike. I ...
into other bettor paying professions' ', on DI'ay"1 j I approved nientiniii'd purposes the amounts estimated giving "deep and vc-rv I thoughtful ,con I The board, iigieed to allow :Messrs. '
Godwin. .
Twuity-three! of the white rural I ton struck unsiiimountable out seventh wasabsolutely This being the .111,' fix,',I by the declined nncl levied', viIn / ...idc'I'lIlillll" to. problems 1 pic-se-nti-d ti> I ,\. (i, Mi-own" andI. L. \\ynn $2UI: ) > ,

schools are" without leathers at all, The final. Three thisinning board foi. tho hearing of nny complaints "I'II'I" meet the estimated, current him and the- rail nun I administration" pot- month for the !transportation of : .
oirois in
wink: -i'\erul of the schools using proved the undoing of the 01' teitimony as to the valuation e\pi-iises of the ,'nullt)". It is determined < bv mcmhois. of thelailrond l brotherhoods pupils to Sampson' school.Moved ...:r.

mole than one teacher arc shoit one lwsville nine's morale and those of the property placed! by the and heieby declared that n who loprc-sentoel I that l price's : and ,'III'I'ic'.i to pay K. N. ''" '
and two assistants. Six of the negro (ill county commissioners sitting as a | tax rule of ." mills upon the dollar. be would! I linvo! to come down or wages Toir.v' $10000 per month for ttachimrat .

schools of the county ore short of same threo Starke's errors three were responsible this Roan! of Diumli/er.s: on Julv 7, 1910! 1! levied and is hereby imposed upon all I go up if social I uniest t was not to dt<- I I'lov'idcnce. !
of runs in '
teachers for one Chairman ('. A, lol''ItlIlnllnullcc,1' | the pmpritj. l.ving and being in tho volop into uphoavel In tin- senate The ailjoiirnod appointment, of :MisIva .'t
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Besides the schools hated below as inning.Drnyton excellent t that the board at 2 ..'...Io.kYoul,1 count)' of Itiadford on the rtrst day of /and the best mot hods to puisneto i'fsevoinl Spi'inkle-' was confirmed, and .
having been 1 supplied I. or partly supplied pitched on but! the!game best hour any complaints or testimony Ul\ JiinuiiA. D II1W.!) for" the Oentrali resolutions lo nive-stignto the salary, Used, at .flfiO.OO per 1-

a- the case may be, some of the up to the seventh sometimes inning; butted about to the valuation placed b.v' the bnnrd i I''' Fund tn moot" the curu-nt expenses of cause of oxistinipi' ; 'ice- le-\els 1 ;inotliei her CJU.LU-S. to 'he that of .Utc> 111'1'I't.it

laigt-i school* of the county, Lake of them are which would make them of county commissioners. 'the "'lIIty .mil to provide for, the expcnditines \ to ic-iliii-i-the-voliimi .ofeinieni''Y Otllee-i and 1 leiisiiH iMiumeintoiTho '. ''YI

Butlit', Law toy and others have not I in a manner State pension claim of :Mrs. NaiicvD.val "| a estimated: in the budget ill ,.circulation/ a nie-ans of deflating In in id 1 ngieed to furnish f;

repoi. tod I the names of teachers secured look like juveniles play of tho widow ..Alexander H'III. appioved. | hou inbi.funset" fort, pricc-H, one' to loejllcsl. I |hcllttoinev- I'111 Is to III.I'll flllltI1.VN til UlTOIIllllOilnti ;"

tn supeimtemlent. The assignments The however most Hpccta'ullll'went to Gainesville'si i To teivi-i 1' the amounts of the esti- ge ,iii-ial to stop ",,,,,'l1ll1lilln in fooels. ini ,- the ihildii-n" in reaching tho -111",

ate at follows; game. of double when Petition signed b)' D. ,1, Hyid mid ., 11101<'11 i Njie-nse-s for" Keeping the loads xehnnjre-s. /and I iinuthi'i! to sell I this.vein's iheiolsMov ,
Tlmiiuis" R:. A. :Mole, :Miss I'rulick.It.iifoiil (' eel it in the shape a threw, to others, asking: for a piibln- road in geiod shapeand, fen,. the lonstruction wheat/ clop /at muiket 'piui-H' 111stciicl : e-d, nnd riu'nod (hut t tho rural

: -It:, A. (Ciieen .1. E. Crews, \\'hb fielded u grounder, there and which leads us followsVi: > the undeisignod nnil le-pailing of bi'idge-s and other of lit the government Kiiuiaiitei-, si'(tools open' the first :Monday in Soptemliei -

(;(,l'u'lIdl'n Eunice Ilazon.1'iiic : (.lay shot the of Lliadfiird,) County l-'londii do roads of the county ill good londitionnncl govei'ninelitLille I the I I.-th of :Soptomlior.;

liicue-:Ma>' :MeKinney."staiki1 catching anothei man and bad!getting ill hereby petition you to establish a publu {iiovide other loads, when nocossaiv. todiu' Attollu-.V' '.(lOIH' I'lll I'.ll Tinpotilion, 1 i I from tin* 'patrons t of
: ; -f. S. Howling, JtannettM.tttlus local Hire out of II.I'Y scrape load running from Graham: and '. it i is deteimine-d and lie-uby doelaiul iiie-r nu't .e-ight high govciiinii-n'; olllcials I .idleSpimgs:- elistricl relative to the

: ;Mrs, T .1. Alcl'I'mon111"; [ the sixth inning_ :Staike, public' load vvheie the said ( that a t.i\ of I mils upon thedollin vvlioin hi- hud suiiiiiioni'd to his boiindiii)', laid.. 1 over foi,. fiitlhor invcstigiitiiui -
Caplmgor. fume' Holly[( Doris Law -- ---, --- "load ttosses the T & J, R. R., andiiinning In. It.i.tod, assi.ssand(| 1 i is here, .b)' oflie'i- fur, a disiiission" of high costs- .

Jessit; Thiimas ;Mrs'' J. 0'. Poppell, .M'DIIOK HI PORIS:, ( ((11'\: n South along side of lailvvuy imposed upon all of the property lying and 1 the e-st mcthodx tonilsin- to if- In the futuio ( lie-re will bo only two

Olive Itu: ) Pauline Anderson.lleilbionn oFl1n I Eh::, IV liOOIl11.1'1: : light of way until it gets to James Mini Itcing in the count )' of I BI'II.I. feet 11 i l'l.dlll.ti..l1. After a t.ilk listing oxaminu! ions he-Id in this county for

-Bessie: I Reddish. RevtiuUK'!! )place" and 1 thcnri' East: to ford, on the Hist da)' of .laiiuarv AD in-all)' t thicihouis, the ,.lIf..I'"III''- dibaiidiel ,. promotion, 'Hit first" to bo held at the
Fi\o :\Iil-Ruhy Roberts. Assistant State AUlitoI'lclntoHh.: intersect with the pulilii' road! at or !ll.l! |! to mi-el the ('UI'I''nt'n.\ to mi-e-t again probably nextweek opening of tho session and the other

';\lidwa-\"i"A'iI Rogers.: who completed his vvoik of auditing near the Puce & Ilowell turpentine ses of tin- county as estimated in the for, fuilhi-r "IIIII1 ,'lhIlH"11 ail at the close of suul st-sglon.

Bl'ooklI'-Ielia! : 11. Croft. the books of the county officers a few still. After being considered! by the hudget.To elitional infill mat ion to Ineolloctid !I'.v' IInllnim"lI.tt.. the wages of

Providence K.: IL Tony, DeliahBielling days ago, icported the lesult of his board, petition granted with understanding meet the current expense's incidental in tbimiail time' Those nlI-tiding" Mi. C. A, Knight: /; I we'ic-iiu ii-iisod from

Kate )DouglassTheiessa examination to the tioveinor, ami in that said, petitioners place I and necessary to the operation the confoieiioo included" 'si:,,,'rc'! (?!'1.H fjriiio! to $:ir>.oo poi; month owing to
-:Mis. :McEwen and sis this leport compliments the county said rond, m gixxl tiavelmg condition of (the public holds of the county lila.H. Houston, Kedlie-ld mid Wilson, the advance' m other thing

ter. officials for their management of for the public without any expense to and to ,pay Hit salaries of teachers! l'i'c..tllrCi"11I'1'II1' 1111'''-''. ChiinmanM
Pine Hill-:Mamie PinhoUter. county affairs the competent assistants the county.Petition and )n-piiir school houses as estimated I unlink of theIVdonil. Trade Com- bo guilty of piolitcfilng"Ilioii .
.Graham-Pesse! Oirden.Cason emploed and the well (kept lecords for a public rond signed by the county board of public instruction n.i..l1.HH'HtUI1'. :Sc-i; ii-tiiry of theTieusury - i is a gie-ut" deal of good< law

-T)'anspoi'ted. of office, His leport in detail is by :\1. .\. BlutkvNelder and! others was I it is clotel'mined and he-it'by eloclaied I Loflmgwoll W 11.1',1\1' on the !!till lite books" attnrnoygpnorII1 -

Pall'lItine-ltuby Parrish. published elsewhere in this issueUKIM presented I anil upon motion refeitodto that a tax late of In mills tinI'edeiul" Tiudo" ( '' .1..IIIH'II.
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.rr..mntnn-II.._,." .. .... u. H__.. Wicirina...'.. :Mrs. II oniniissionor.u.L.L. HI-WOKS, to :investigate' | upon nilcioiiiii.L. 'iniivieii L..L. iis,.e-ssc-ei HOUI eli-vi'lopoii, toiiay that eii-inaiuls lor .. ..' .. .II. .iKiin.... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... .

B. \Veest Eva Williams. M .\ :'; ; IIMK anil report at next me-eting of I is hereby imposed 1 upon all theprop- mole" vvnges wc-ie pending beforethe I upon, tinodeiul| Tiado Cinnmissionis .
Ziff-:Mis. Gertrude Warren. boaid | c-ty ill the l'UUllty on the first day of i'ml mad udminist ration fiom, IIl'VC'I'loi! undi-rstood< to bo leadv to supply

Dl'ooks-\I'I.tice; Robeits. The bond trustees of Spec ml Road! The hoard after considering working January' A. D. Itll'.l./ hundti'd thoiisund cniplyos Pel'baps,, ( he most 1 "ctc-nsivo' collection' i,>f nidusttial -

Little Springs-:Mrs. R. 15. Warren and! Bridge lJi"tl'ict0.; 1 ate simply of tho public rouds of salil county Estimates: having boon made by the the fiaiike-st talk ItllVI'I'lIm"1I1. ullirialn ,iiiforiiiatioii' over gallioie-d 1 by any

Zada Duboso, :M.iiy B.uley. maiking time, because the prices of by convitt lulioi, upon motion and I Trustees of thesevoial Sperial Tax have heard. in u long lime c-aiiio in HUH govoinnii-nt I'lodui-lion tost figures
Sampson-:Mrs. II. :M. :McGruder.cjuilford materials are so high at this time second 1. it was ordered that the vvoik- si hool districts numbered 1 I. J!, a!, I I. connection in the- statement of ,.... (i.Loo i. I have- boon obtained 1 by I Clio commission

-F. :\1. C'hancey. that it would be impossible to completed ill)! of said) public roads by (convicts l '".. ii, 7. H, !I. Ill, 11 J 1.! I 1:1:! II. 1.1, HI, pie-sident, ) of the trainmen' 'bc-foio on 'indiiKliios.... '' re-pi osonting $'!OH)0-( )

Pine Forest-Blanthe Edwards.Kobeits : the proposed system of road" be discontinued I ufter September 1st, IT, I IX, 111, :>
-:Maud Stokes. with' the amount of monev' provided l'Mf! ami tho < 'lerk of suid l houid mtiiuteil -' :!'S J't!'! an. :'II and theTlustees oftho : ', I I..',' told the board that an ine of its aitivitios, during tho war in

Boat IIl'ftin-\lal'y: :Smedley, Cassia for It is expected 1 that conditions < I to advertise for sale in thc sivcrnl .districts ahlllIulI"",
ColoI along this lino will improve at sometime Bradford Count)' Telegraph' that foul have-ing coitificd the- rate of inillatrovoteil solution. of tho 1 pn-se-nt c-c'emoinle hardships to pay fm. the millions of' elollars ofpuiolmHOH
I 1.11'ntvMi 1 ; '- .1. D. hmght.Negro : within the next few months, and mules J double wagons, 1 tent, 1 giudor to be' "(>SHtd, it was delirniincd undo, ) whie-h winking. / mon arulabelling made by it. 1- or thin reason.

; ; :Schools.Staiki just as soon as th<>>' do steps wilt, betaken and! all tools belonging to said that u tax rate of 'I mills upon be-eause they would) bo. followed It i is boliovod the* commission Ifl '
.-A. O Jenkins! S. Jenkns, to start the rood woik.IN county would be sold for cash in front the- dollar be levied and is hcivhy fixed by now mill-all's in the cost of ready to itige- Unit fuitlur mvostigii-
Josie Keller. -- of court house in Staikf. September ,I and assessed! against each of tho everything whit h would more- than 1 I lions, whu-b Hi-em to bo foioshiidowev I
WlltI'ollk-Zelma .Jonl! 1st, 1019.! and that the State- convictsbo abovenamed xpccial tux districts foi iibsoib the- additional, puy Until all by losolutionx pe-nding in c-cmgreas,
New 1I\'t'I'-\. Kelly.Piovidence ; IO'IE\:'; l'OIUU: I'fll'I.TH\ I .1,11\:1': ..<1 to Superintendent) of I the year" A, D. IHI'.l! on all theprop- lassos got toge-the-r to stop prcjfitei'iing. .- would only muddlethe- situation causing ij.

-J. .\. Jones. State Farm by tho cup tain of .said city. in the county of Bradford: lying ho ",11.1. the. only thing for ovory the IOHS of valuable- tune and tha ('

Hampton-E. W. f-hipp. I Not so long ago the writer was convicts, and 1 county convuis, if any, and ht-iniP} within tho boundinrs of I one to. is to /got all the wages ho can, wasteof the- money involved t'

*Factulty not complete. talking/ with a farmer friend who felt bo delivered. to the sheriff of Haul ach of tho several special tax school ioniseho declared. would) result The. ..-.i-oninif non's,., investigations: , .. diirUig :. {
very much dispirited because: ot tne county. Ill 'il infestation. The fi'ir-nd resolution adopted To and thoface with tin III.H'! aiithoritativo in forma '
: MILEFive : boll weev The following was nic-e-t theinleiest pavmonts: heaval" now staling the- country in\
Fin i
was advised to turn his attention to : piovulo, a sinking fund) foi' 'the ultimate -. lion ill"livid, fiom flu- books of compainis }

AUK. 8.-:Mrs. S. S. the raisng of pork and poulti)'. We Resolved, that the Biadforcl, County redemption of the! bonds in tho As a stop towards bre-uking the* high inviihi'il are Haul to have
:Mile
Butler spent Tuesday did not know then that we would so : Tele-graph be and is hereby designated bonded Spec-mi Tax Distiicts. numberid "prices, ,pluns an-. being madeby :.Sriretuny .- shown that .piofiloormg. was at a minimum I:
Proctor of Lake of her, daughter, soon hav, some! interesting figures to for the publication of the Laws ::1 i, :Zl: :!'l.iindTi!:;, it is
here the guest. piove the! soundness of our advice, of u general! nature onatteil b) (he and he-reby" clc-c la red tluit a tax rate of 'I and Re-prosontalivo Ke-lly of I i xhoibitaiit. 1'olitHhil'h are being

Mn.: P. P.. B.DekleMessrs. L. Duke and P. P. Dekleweie Since that time wo have recorded tho Legislature i of Will. .j mills upon tho dollui.. be Irvifd, and Pi'iinxylviiiiia to se-ll. through/ the- parcel iiiaile- going' to the manufacturers and

business Dukes fact that one Bradford! county farmeiHold Report of the Assistant, Stat Auditor assessed for the yc-ur A. D, PJI'.t! on post suiplus, army food stock valued wholesalersAs .
looking after in I his herd of hogs for $(;JOii( ). Ina as to county Uteri was presented all the property embraced I within the I at ill I IJ: I.
Tuesday.Erwm. but lecently returned small way we are now able to tell and! after leading and loviiwingsame boundary: of each of the- severalbonde'it \ who all"lId..d) the- uttornoygonorul'H IIlh' is undorstood, to favor a licensing
Dtkle
appreciated of a lady who has made u success said ,leport approved) and orderod special tax districts as above confurencidoc! 'lined) to disc sste-m' foi ciuporutions doing an in-

from overseas the home was of :Mr.an and Mrs. P. I with thickens.Mrs. published as. required by law, namod l lying and being in Itrudfoid. I UHH what took plue!. j jMr I! teistatebtisiriiss, tho syxtom to bu upplied -
caller at where the
afternoon.Mrs. : Goo K Gardiner started the At :2 o'clock( p. m., it was announced ounty rioridnTh : 1'iilmer uid) theeonfertnco was first in those cusos )
I'. :Dekle. Lizne Wednesday Green and daughter; year with 100 head of hens Up to the ) that all those present who wen .- board) then proct-e-ded t
of Brooker vuitcd lnt of July these hens hud l produced owners or agents of the owner* of I the millugo for Special l Road. andliridgv a survey of tho situation, developing i flngintIn! .
:Mrs. Eva Alexon and Wednesday .VJS doyen eggs and hatched 1 178 head l''!, property would bo heard by the bouul I \ Districts under !See.lion '.), any information on which tho I, the sonutiduring consideration
relatives here Tuesday of chicks Besides supplying the '! and that all complaints as to tho vuluation < haptor ii OJ!, Laws of Klorida and head) of the nation's law, enforcement of a resolution proposing. ( roeluction of

received telegram home table generously with thickens of the property raised l b)' the upon requisition and application! of machine-ry might act to curb profiteering tho amount of currency" in circulation.Heimtor .
:Mrs, I 11, I. Blume a
her to and oggs :Mrs Gardiner; sold $177:2:i board l and advertised could be made the Hoard of Bond TrustooH of tho Mye-rs I I Democrat, ofIon.:

Friday afternoon calling Vero, worth of eggs and $10 worth of and would be given due consideration : :Special Road) and Bridgn Districts "It' Mot-ms to ,bo u universal puitime, tana, suid that high living costs wore"productive

the bedside Blume of a !sick started nephew to obey at the chickens making a total of |:J17J.: :> !1 theroupcm a number of persons presented numbtr one and l two it was ele-ter- ,putting this thing up to the! attornoygonorul of bolshevism and anari h-
Fla, Mrs. "
herself physically The expenditure for feed hai been their objectiones as to the val mined that a tax cjf |J! mills on the-. ," :Mr 1 Palmer said smilingly, ism,
summons, but found small the chickens having the run of uation of their property and after dollar bo levied l and is hereby fixed Evon: the governors have* takon to I Senator Pomdexter Republican, ofWashington

unable to proceed While and stopped m that over city I the farm. hearing all complaints of the owners nn.,.l 'U""II".I" | for thevoar A. D IJUI.! ) .l.lnminf.'........, this...... ruirtmont.l. ... .m fur existing \ said tho president. ha,I Ibeon
at Lake Butler :. ,;, : ) ) ) to fooel ill"tiosHod -
.\lrS.S. -- and) ago*,ts as wire prost-ntt-d and aft ;on all i'tho property; [ embractd within pnco It-ve-ls." givon $100,000,1100
she was the guest of I eanls ('.\IH' OF Til,V.NhSWe :' er !given ,due' consideration, tee board each tho saul Special Road] and Bridge In response" to question1, : r. Pulrnrr P.tiropeun: pe-oplun, and 1 addod') :

S. Proctor wish to tender our heartfelt decided to adhere to the valuation Districts numbered one and two said admitted that there win no law by "But it would! impossible' to get

\G\IN : nincere' made-. b) the Tax Assessor and raised Legislature of the year lM'l! (, for tho which prices could bo loworod eire-..tly. un appropriation' of $ioi.000' fur
JKTKK IN TOILS: thanks and express our appreciation "
to our many friends f"t by the board c Jt> county commissioners purpose' of paying/ interest anil creating but he dwlmoil to say whethor new food I t"r"wri..an. .. 'th-i

J. W. Jeter, of Raiford was arrest the sympath}' and kind assistance to sitting, as a Hoard of Equalizers on a sinking/ fund for tho rttirement"f J legislation\ was needed to enable tho Oneof tho reasons urged for Europe
to
ed there :Monday by Deputy sheriff us during the late 'sickness and death the 7th day of July, 191'J:!. the bond dobt ofn<'h of tho said I department to punish mon who may appropriation-, Senator to Pe>supply indoxtor food said, wnminntonanco .
worthless The board took up and considered listnctsRennolved, ,
of
issuirg
Dai den on charges of our beloved father .
here the contemplated expenses mf the s,-vc '- that the- Tax Assessor in within tho ounty of Bradford as! oftho of moat and! food prices.While :
Sara
sent
being G C. Swtat
checks warrants T, 1 R:. Sweat, In
by the Duval county authorities He Sweat and Lecit Sweat ral funds for the fiscal year beginning imd for the- fount of Bradford, a.nd first day) of January A, D, 1919! the senate d..hlll"Va"Democrat pro-

waj taken to that tit, ) Tuesday! morn October Ut I'Jl'J! an.I ending' :tate cjf Florida b<- and ho is horobydirccted Resolved further that thef'lerk ofth gross Representative1 )Igue. informall, totho .
September :50, 19JO, and after consideration tn J lovy and aim-as al tho ot :Missouri, appeal"!
ing by Deputy Baisdt-n. \\OODM\N; ; UN\EIMVO; ; "said, several fund" adopted foregoing taxes as fixed and levied by <- Circuit Court and Cle-rk of this house momlie-rs to recommend

WIFE DEsERTER: KOlNDEIt: ; UP as published herein as follows.: his board upon tho property as lovied board be anil ho is hore-by directed to adoption of his .solution for an Iniuiry -

I'aul. Thomas was arrested Tuesday The )local Tamp W O. W wishes to ( See budgett! on page i. I 'and that h.- extend the taxes on the furnish to N. D, Wamwright Tax < into the osi of living but no
and friends of The with the of such according Assessor of Bradfoid County, a full formal docinion was reae-hed.
by the sheniT of :Marion county near inform the relatives board then proceeded valuation proptrty ..._- .
Weir warrant sworn out the late A. C Crews that the unveiling matter of fixing the rate of taxation to sail) millago as fixed and determined and complete cop)' of the foregoinR --- '
Lake on a
by his wife charging desertion Sheriff of the monument erected to his for the county and school district. pur. by thin board on all tht property minutes in so far us it related to the ( EMKrHOORKINO: : : ;

went to Ocala Wednesday memory will occur on Sunday the poses for the fear A. D 1919 and ubject to taxation in the sadd county subject to levying taxe-i etc.
Epperson and brought back the prisoner 17th inst., atI p. m., Crosby cemetery. after careful consideration of the eiti- >if Bradford as to all taxes levied and Resolved further that tho Clerk and Thoro will ho a working at :McKm 15th.-

in the Jail to Everybody urged to attend mate of receipt and the estimate ofexptnditures intended to be entered on tho assessment Auditor of tho county be notified of ney graveyard on Friday Aug
l
lodging him county Invited! l to bring dinner Ion<
trial. Thomas married a :Misa I' and members of other ,.. O. W. it wa. the determination roll under the head of County the amounts. to be appropriated to tho Everyone: the
await ,,! the day In cleaning up
Norman, daughter of Jeff Norman of Camps will be welcome of the board that the rate of tax. taxes and upon all property lying and different accounts out of the tot spend

the Wateroak section, I If I J. W MORGAN, Clerk ation necessary to meet such expense be-ing within, tho district as named taxes levied for all purpo e'l. groundi. "Cf.I







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r :sI'MilvE; : l Bivr; : ( ;iVIMILLE; IN l'lll"I'0IS:: I OIMMM.( :: I : MINI: IKS::; or M'ilitll.-lit ) \ /lhih

SHORTAGE OFTEACHERS i :MVIMII; : IN.MM: ( vr KVULIONllie COMMISSIONERS i PROFITEERINGIN -

I .iimeis xxho planted :Mcadt,, niton Phi' boa id met in togulai sesionuirust

atal I Fourth and seventh Proved *cl.d last spring\ noxx have open mitut : .\ !: |I. with MOSSIM, i L. I'. Powell, t

FOR Downfall of Local) \"Iirllnt- ACCEPT RAISEINVALUATIO '. .1 l. !F. Canoxa loft an open Imll .r: FOODSTUFFSTO I'1.: Padgett and 1'I.\ Pinholstor.
:scoreas' 7 to I. t the Bank of Starke several ilav ag:" ,
"i'i 111.
It "imii-imlly large and the -t.iplo "i-
'F'1 i I' i inn- and the fact that the, '"I'-i> IS lira" I BE STOPPED :Minuteof last mooting. read! amiil'l'i

COUNTY SCHOOLS p -ing: butters gut -mi to" Bo T'I"I\> \\ Lau n-k.1 about lie \ it.III :Miiiii i ", ,,i\ i"il as road. f.

t t"II' iurv'" s in thiixonth inning aiul < ', "\ aaid that the .boll arrtii hi el.I Iil Rtpoit: of Supt. Poppell 1'elr! t

Knot'ki'',d out a double and throun\ \ : >""tripped t the stalks clean I'hi- : lu' school ".
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pi'uin: accopti( i
it 23 WHITES 6 COLORED glee. making three iunsoims, to be 'j jiiiim 1 FIXES MILLAGE FOR COUNTY -into be the exprrirnte of lotion i. GOVERNMENT TAKES HAND boald. agreed: to furnish said": n dooh

SCHOOLS WITHOUT HEADS (; ',,.\'ille's chief excuse for tilloxv-l EXPENSES THIS YEAR (-'IIIXMIthioiighout I the county aivloiiu I 1 TO REMEDY CONDITIONS a teat'In'r i if they)' soul ;i i i I" <,
gig!: tin! n' plops to slip out fl'olll111<11'1'Ihl'm | pi'I-.DIIS estimate I that I the imp .1 lot,001-..

:-1.\UITn; or rr\ciiiis: : M.LT: m siuh u roamer that they' slid cJyr.: : 1'1'111.11' lit \II.. 1N1'I'll 1t will .imount to pincticallv, nothmir 1 1'1111MF1SIv: : :: : |rOil I IIK.IirU: I Th' iiimmittee to got t n I", d n, r
I IN i iv iIll: ('<>\n' 01) I into the small end of n 7 to 1 sore About> ", farmers" in this section' I Dol,-.mi hnol' iii'Uinuiil l'i t
l\.I1'S: \ :; 1' :>:1' \1. IU' :>:I- WIi sor: MI':( ui{: \- I': IN: c I i- i
Till1'1"1'i l: : at the hands of the Stnike players at pl.i'Vd! 'Hi' :M.. ode red with I the hop Tin boaid agreed furl
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'ES1: : 1'I"FERNThe \ ,
l Eiulton Biiuh Thuisday! afternoon i' that tn, \.IIKIX stn old 1 mature pailof iigiots" n teaiherat Sump-on ''I I l x.
Time and two down was thestory th, ,1 I Infivn, I the heavy infcstiun -
up tup
liii 1 ;'hiu' will lie a shoitago of mild .mango for a bmi-.',
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NVashiiigli al:;1 (
It..uhii-, m lii.idfmtt: aunty', as well I during' Staike's period lit hilt board| of county; niinmisionoisxx I 'f.I tin. wort II, but they have been till, !: July otornnunt-i '''he following, oiiminilti t \\ a ., II. '
nUII'tHII"ITH 'I| j
I In the f lira, three innings, lint in the inllod older o'clmk i'i--'!i ipl."inii d I m this -> ID motion Unlay ,, Ik
a- i p jn.iir. thus) i- shown by tit as tir at 10 a. m. in In the' demands from tli-' ;I'd to )locate a site f-n li'I( .IIII'/'
Mimbi i nf. hools in the county who i fatal fourth with a 1111111 on ,,' liaxi secured I teachers I another on third and two out 1Vnll. I Ii fan ,ii'i- to enter into nil agreement Poppell and\ 1'. \1.: Padgett.
not Supt. ,
;yet" house by Chairman) C.:1 Robeiti to rolu'xe t the high: i "''I t of lit ingPrices I
II that teachers hardt j| second baseman for the Staiko 1I1I'1l1'1'atiun. not t.. pl.int any more cotton until the :lured 1 and,l 1'\I'I'il'.1 that t MOSHI-K
Pup ; L.
)I.i polls' are with all mi-inborn, 1 pit-sent, to.wit: l as the onVi t I ihoaxoingci \
", got't in fact there will bo some I !: vvnllopod one of Dray'ton's I do- .I I. :01. Brownloo" James/ Reynolds| | ,, boll xxicxil has boon starved nut. """UIIII'I', assumed It cool plan In in-j ('. Powell and, I K H. !Poppell' look

-iliinN \\liu will not have tone hers 1 iivt'rieinto deep Held for a two IliexxRuldish" and O. V Brooks. trust' ill too tapiliil : At the while after the oiling of the. negro schoolhouse

liec'.tu-c' of the )Surge number going hugger sconiig both of the men on'I :Minutes of last meeting read and I XX-ouil be for, each to' the f"lI"winlt' house Presidentilsnn tics Maul to hogiv ill Staiko
other better base. lie died on sotnnd when Dray-. The board agreed allow
iiitu < paving professions.Twintvthrec I approved. ou'ntuated purposes the amounts ostimaUd 'ing 'drrpand \ thoughtful eon- In Messrs.
of the white luralHhooN ton struck out Godxvin. I Thin l hemir the tat" fKod\ btltl' I declined( and Ir tv'utvi' s'I" I problems 1 I piosontod Itn V. G;. Brown' and J. 1 L. Wynn 42fi.00

;are without leathers at all The unsurmountablo seventh was!! board fur the h"III'in'lC of any complaints I In ol'dei' to meet! the (slimmed cur- linn and the ruilrund i ailiniiiiitral ion pel l month 1 for, the transportation l i I of 1

while ,overal of the schools using absolutely final. Three errors of in this the 01 testimony as to the valuation rout espouses of the county, it is determined liv mombois of the nnlt-oiid i brotherhoods pupils to Sampson school ..fib
mote than one toachoi aro shoit one inning )proved the undoing those of the property placed) by the and hereby dot'1trod: 1 that n who loprrsonloil that prices Moved: ami canted to pay I R. N.

and two assistants Six of the negro Gainesville nine's morale, and county commissioners sitting as a I tax rate of ."> mills upon the dollar bu xxmild liaxo to come down' or wages Terry' $10000" per month for ttaeliiiij

S.echeols of the county are short of same three errors were responsiblefor in this Hoiud of i Equalizers; | on .July' 7, 10l!>,, levied" and is hereby imposed 1 upon all I go up if HI"ic'illl I imiost t was mil to develop at Pi'ox'idem'o.
t teachers.! one of Stnrke's three runs Chairman C. .Koliertit: announced I the pioptrtx. lying and being in the into upheave\ !. In the Hi'imte The adjourned appointment of Mrs' o.

:, !Bolides the schools listed below as inning. that the hoard, at 2 o'clock would county. of Biadfoid I on the first day ofJanu.irx. and the host methods to puisne to efseveral Ixa Spiinkle was conllrmod and! her

hat illJt' been supplied or partly supplied Drnyton pitched an excellent game hear any complaints or testimony AM I '. A. I 1) IIIUI 1 (>!!), for the Generalhand resolutions In Inveslignle\ tho salary lixod I at $150.00) per month,

as the case may be, sonic of the up to the seventh inning,batted but the about best to the valuation placed by the board I i to meet the "UII'cnt expenses of must of existingpru" .c 1 lex.els, another her diilios\ to be that of ..ltteudaneeIllllct'I'

larger schools of the county, Lake of them are sometimes of county commissioners.State 'the tomily and to i provide, for the oxas to i educe In-i \oliinii nf 'III'I'wy, and IOIIHIIH enumerator..
Butler, lavxtey and others, have not in n manner which would make them pension claim of :Mrs. Nancy l'endillI'I' ostunated in the t budget I' ill ,iivillation as it mentis! nf deflating The boon it agiood to furnish miitcIIIIN ,

r reported). the names of teachers secured look like juveniles. of I the /1)111.l'ilnw, Alexander )O.xal, ap- II I hull"inbi.fine set fart thi el'it'e., OIKto loipiest) the nltoitiovITI | (to Oren, f i mt xx'ays In iiiTiiiiimii-

to supctmlontlont The assignments The most spectacular ploy pioved To tutor the amounts of the estimated I !: 'lU'llll to. Slop Speculation! 111 fooils,) ill dale the tlnldion, in "reaching the dv

anu, follows; game, however, wont to Gainosxillc'scredit \ Petition signed!: b>' I D. J. Byrd and I ,. spenser. for keeping the roads cxthnngcs', ami another to ,sell thisxini's si'hlllllsMoxed.
1'h'I11I1S-.H. A. Mole Miss l'ralick.Raifc.nl . in the shape of a double, when ill ; and 'lII'I'i..1 that th,' final I
V others asking far a public rond good shape and fm the co11strue.thou xxhoat crop at maikct pines instead -
t. : --R. A. Green ,1. E. Crews,, Webb fielded a grounder, threw to \xhuh reads' as folloxvsWe. : the iilldeisijtned and u'palling of budges and oth- , of at the government guainntt.. si. .In M il.. open' the llrsl :Monday in Sep- '

(;jet'II'lIIndl'l'son., Bessie Kennedy,, thud latching a iqiiner there and citizens and registered. ! Miters II 01 m..essar.v. i'spouses to keep the '' I In1 ililTcii'iii i' to lii made 1 up liy tile tembti! and f the. high xcnonls open on I;
1 EUI')..t Ilion Ciiay; shot the ball back to seeOndcatching of Bradford Count'. I-'londa, dohereby mails nf the county in good condition 'I' ItIlV'I'IIIIII'lIt. I the I.'tli of Soplomhor.The t

Pine' Hiove May McKmney. another. man and getting the petition you to establish/ a IOU h- and provide othoi loads, vxhen 'nocosMitx luti'< today' Attorury-Gr11orul i ( ; I'.il, petition from the )patrons of
I; stai'kc'--S. S. licivxling JoannottMatthivx local nine out of a very bad scrape in lu' road) running from" (iiaham andStarke I il i is determined and hereby ,h'I nioimet' .eight high giivoinmrn1:;' nill-1 1 ittlo, Springs 1 district relative to the

: --, Mr. '1'. J. Alderman, Miss the sixth inning.. .. public load I xxhcio' (, the said | iliiitd that a tax of I mils upon the tools, whoa In' had siinimnni, .d t to I his I IIIfIi boiimlaix. laid( over" fur, further IIIVCMtigalion. -
('apI1l11.(<'I', Cauio Hollj\ Dons Law,, -- --- .--- --- uad (rossos the T & .t. R R, and doll n' In belied, assessed and i is hereby' i'<' fin' a disitissniii of high i'osts, t .

Jessie Thomas, :Mrs J. C. I'oppell, .11'111'ltUt/ III-:POUIs( (01 'NI\ running South nhmir snle) of I'UII\\'IIY I imposed upon all of the properly lying and the esl I iiicthixlH tnmi, \ 'sin'' to ,if. In tho future then will be only two

Olive Ray, Pauline Anderson! OFlln.S I 1; I IN MMII1II; : .VPi: right i of way until it (retto James and being in the county of Bradford fret, 11 Uilllillull' :after 'I 1 tlllk listing examinations hold in this county for

1 "'lh'llhl'olll1-n."i Reddish. -_ 1'ct'noliN'l r tare and thence Hast: to on the 'lust day of .ho 1 1)w's AP. in'in'l>' thl" '"' limns, t thr "-',n fu i",cm o d.,. promotion 'Hit II"ml to bo hold lit the
Five :Mile-Ruby Robeits. Assistant State AuItOJ'lcllltoKh., : intersoi with the public rood at 01'n'III' I I'.U'.l, to meet the current expenses banded, to moot again\ piolmbly next opening of the session and the other

*Midway I -Vngil' l Rogers! who completed, his work of auditing the Pi'ice it Unwell tUI'lll'nlineRtill. of the county an estimated in the xvi'i'lc fur fiiilhi'i) .'nulI ,liiim-d on ad, at the lose. of said session.Bv .

*Bruokir-Bedia, II. Croft. the books of the county olViceis: a few After being conHideiod by the budget. ihtional 1 infill unit HIM t to li" .oollocli'd' I unanimous xolo the wagon of '

Pro\'id"lIcc-H. H. Terry, DeliahBielling days ago reported the result of his 1 board, petition grunted with understanding 'lo meet the current expenses incidental in tin'< moan tinu- These 1111 :'lItlllllo\\' Ml C. A. Knight xxcie increased. fioni
Kate Douglass examination to the (Gox-einor; and in that said petitioners) place I and! neccHsaiy to the operation the l'Ollf"I'I'II" i uifhuU'ilWiitimc. : $_'"..no) to $:!iri.no per; month owing to

Thel'e"1'alr"lcEI'cn: : and sis this report compliments the county said road in good I traveling condition of the public schools t>f the ,county Glass, lloustnn KcdllcM, ituil"1 Wilson\ the advance in other. thillgl.! I

ter. officials for their management of for the public without any expense to and to pay Hit salaries of touchers: I Itiroetnr-moral(i I Ilin'-s, Chin i i'miniMunloik v
Pine Hill-:Mamie Pmholster. county affairs, the competent assistants the county. I and repair school houses as estimatedby I : of tho federal Trade CorninisHion be iruilly of piofiteel, 'ititf.

*Graham-Poase Ogden. employed and the well\ kept records Petition for a public load, !signedby the county board, of \public instruction I \sHwtaiit Si'rirliny of they 'Ihi'ie, is I a irreat deal" of good| law

Cason'f1'nn'portel.! of otrice His report in detail is :M A. Hlaikxxeldor! and others was it IH determined, and hereby declared TI'I'II..III'ylillltw..11/ / amiV. I II.! Culver on t the Ktatuto books, iitlonmyK'Plieral -

Palestine Ruby Parnsh. published elsewhere in this issue. presented and upon motion referred that a tax into" of 10 mills nf the I federal Tiailo ('OIIIIIIIHSIOIIIt I I I <1..111..1.)
Hampton-H. Wiggins! :Mrs. II. to (Commissioner Brooks. to investigate upon, the dollar bo levied assessed and developed' today thnt dcniiinds fur, Worn a iiiurso of aition ix decided'
the I'edeial 'Intile CoinmiH.sinn
B. Weest, Eva Williams. VltlvING i IIMi:: and report at next meeting of i is hereby imposed, upon all the !pi' '- inouwages were pi'riding lot.forr I lliclailrmul upon' '
Zitf-:Mrs. Gertrude Wairen. board I tty in the i'ounty on the first day of administration front several I 'is und,'rsln10d to be riady, to supply' ,

nl'OoJ..sI'l'tice Roberts. The bond trustees of Special: Road The hoard after considering working January, .\. D 1l1I.! bundled, thousand omplyos. feelings the must extensive colli'ction" of imlii.sli -
Little :Springs-Mrs.; ; : R It. Warren and, Bridge District No 1 arc simply of the !public roads of said county Estimates:!! having been made by the tin- frankt'Hl. talk government olhi'iiiU ( 'nil in format ,ion ,ever" Kitthotei' ) by any
I'mdiictinn,
Zada Duboso, Mary Bailey. marking time because the prices of by (convict labor, upon motion and Trustees of the seveial Special Tax hove heard, in long) tlllll''" ,'11 lilt' in this : Ifoveinment' root figureshoer
Sampson-:Mrs. B. :'McGruder: 'r. high at this time second, it was ordered' that the working ,,hool districts numbered I I. '_', 'I, I, oonnoclion in the stuti-im-nt\ of \\'. G; I been obtained I by the onto loIitsiOlil
materials are so 'l
10,000
Ouilford-F. M: Chancey. that it would l be impossible to com- of said public' roads by convicts :,. t li;, 7, H, !9 I. 10, 11 I 12:! l 1:1: 1 II.I 15, If!, Lie, |ni'siilont, of the Irainmt'ii" bofoie. ,I on imliisliies repiesentmif $ .
fife Tin.ost. -Blanche L'dwards.Robeits pleted the proposed system of roads be discontinued after September 1st. 17. IH, It), :jo, :ai I :2J!:!, ;2b::, ;21"i.I : : :!i''n, tin xvage, adjiistmont, IIDIIId.Mi 1 oon.ooo wordy of iiipilal' as I the 're.Miilt
-Maud :Stokes:;: with the amount of money providedfor. I 'I/I./! and the Clerk) of said boa id in- _'i. :JS :J'.t), :to, a 11 I and the Tiustees of r. I Lrr told the In ui, ril that an 111ilease of its loot livitie durinif' the war inadxisinir

Boat Hi f/sin-:Mary Smodley, Cassie It is expected that conditions .t t lifted i to advertise for .sale in the I the sexeial districts uboxe namedhiixeing III \\II,1.!: the I proper the government" what price
for the millions of dollars of
Cule. this line will improve at sometime riiadford County Telegraph that four certified the into of millayoxotod solution of the ptosent I'lonoiniihard i to pay tmade
along ( it. For this
I 1..1'1'1 I i tty t II'-.J! I''. Kniicht: within the next few months, and mules, ;J double xxagons., I tent I grader to be assosstd, it scat doUimini ships' under' which winking' men tutu' /pun'hams, by roil
believed, the lommisslon
It IH IS
:Negro :>;t'hools.Stuiki they do steps will, betaken and all tools belonging to said that a tax rate of 'I mills upon lalioiiag btu'ause they would ln> followed Him,
soon as
just as further mxenliicnlions
-.\. O. Jenkins, S. Jenkns, the road work county would lie sold for ash in front I tho ,dollar I... l levied and is hereby fixed by new increases ill the cost of ready to urge thitt -
to !start which to be foii'>Hlmilow-,
Josie Kellfl. of court house in Staike. September and assessed against each of the everything xvhii'h would nmre than HOVIII i
\'all.'rOllk-Zelma Jones. 1st 111! and that the State innviitsbo above named Hpocial tax districts for absorb lh,' aiMitional, pay Until all i'> by lesoltitions pending m congress,
New River-A. C. Kelly." \ MONiv.: : ; I IN !POKIs I \ND:\ \ PolLIIO delivered to the Superintendent! of I tho year A. I h 19I9!!) on nil the property lasses got together! to lop profiteering xxotild) only muddle) the situation, i-auH- I)

1'1'o\'ilence-J., A. Jones. :State; Farm by the captain of said in the county of Bradford lying In- Haul th. only thing fur every mir the loss of valuable I tune and the I''

Hampton-K. W Shipp. Not so long ago the writer was convUts, arid county convicts, if any ail heinie within the boundaries of I onito I IH lo get\ Ill the wage hu can, waste' of the money invulved'I ,

*1'iKtulty not complete. talking with a farmer friend who felt be delixeiod. to the sherilT of said ach of the several Hpecial 1 tax school 4 cumh<' ilcrlan-il would I result .he ommission's.. iiivi'stiKiitiomt. ilurxxilh 0
: tl... .... ."II... of whirl rlrnlt only
theboll tilt<
because or
.--- very much dispirited) pounty dlstrjets above mentioned.To I eventually ill )pii-cipitatinK the/ 111'- .
I'll'I I i; :MII.K; weevil infestation The friendwas The: following resolution was adopted mod the inloiost, payments andprovide' hi-i vul" now staling, the country in thi- tin mo-ii I itiithontutive. inform.of
lion 1"\.1, from" the books room S
turn his attention to fm the ultimate '
advised to I : a sinking fund fucr. t
Five :Mile, Aug. K.-:Mrs. S. S. the rai"ulof pork and! poultry We Resolved. that the Bradford fount redemption of the bonds in the As a step towards breaking the high panics' i mxolxed. are Haiti to have minimum
at
Proctor, of 1 Lake Butler, spent Tues- did not know then that we would so. Telegraph be and is hereby dosig. bonded Special Tax Districts minihored I prices, plans an- acing inailiby' Siintiiry slum that the piortteonnii! retail trades was, most a of thoixhoibitant l or

herethe guest of her daughter, soon have some Interesting figures to malted for the publication of the Laws :'I I, :'ii: ;Ji.and: ;!.', it is oI'Io'I'miru'd llaki'f, I'uslmiiHtpr-GomrulI'.uili'.son in
day which beingmule
r :Mrs P. P. Dckle) prove the soundness of our advno of a general nature enacted by the and hereby deilau-d that a tax rate of and Ki-pnwntittivi'" )Kelly;: of I profits, the, manufacturers are, andvtholvsalcrs

'1 :Messrs. B. I.. Duke and 1'. 1'. Dekle Since that time xxe have recorded the Legislature of 191'J.!! "> mills! upon, the dollar, be l levied< and I'<'niiH>.lviiniu to sell. through thr. pareel 1 KOIIIK. to
after business in Dukes fact that one Bradford county farmer Report I of the Assistant State Auditor assessed for the your A. I D. PJI! /!lion> punt surplus urm> food I stork val-
J were looking sold, his herd of hogs for $f;/nno) Ina as to county olTicors was presented all the property. embraced within the I u -il at $ I UI: 1.1,1)11.11/111.< )' / 'I As a H'liKily. the f'nmmi"Hinllscelwr-

Tuesday.Erwin Doklo. but recently returned l small way we are now able to toll and after reading and reviewingsame bnundariv of eaih of the several (Olhriuls who ulti'ii-liil the uttorni-y- aliv' i. understood to favor n licimtlngsystem interstate
doing an -
foi oiporationH !
appreciated of a lady who has made a !success said report approved and or bonded special tax districts as above iri-iii-rnrH ,confcrc'iinilctlimil to ,| i I''
from overseas> was an husinesH the system to liu applied -
,
caller at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. P. I with chickens .tiered published! as! requited, b>' law. named lying and being ill Bradford toss what took pbii'i', I first' in those cases where thomul..tinlot'
: P. DekleVednesday afternoon. Mrs. Geo.: R Gardiner started the At ;i o'clock p. m., it was announced I'o11 sty, I'loridaThe :Mi. Palmer said, the iiiiifirinriwos: has I ben most
:Mrs. Lizzie Green and daughter, I year with 100 head of hens. Up to the that all those present who wereowners board then proioeded to (ix culled chi.ity for the purpose) of makmtr 1 of the public

of Brooker vi.itcd last of July these hens had produced or agents of the owners of i the millage for Spei,lal Uoad 1 and a survey of the Hituiition/ ,vi-lop- i Mnirtnt.
Mrs. Exit Alexon, 'I daring, consideration
relatives here Tuesday and Wednesday 3S!) d01.pnlgl and hatched 17H head', property! would be heard, by the boa id! Bridge Ihint riots. under Section '.>, mjc any information on which the I In the Mi-nate reduction of
of chicks Besides supplying the and that all complaints as to the val ( hapter /tiHOJ; : Lows of Honda and hfitil, of the nation' law infontmintmaihincry of a resolution proponing circulution
generously with chickens raised b the and of act to curb pn.htLcrir the amount of currency in ,
table apphiation
telegram home uatmn of the property > upon requisition ) miICht
received
:Mrs' D I. Blume a : Iienmciat, of Mon;
afternoon calling her to and eggs :Mrs. Gardiner sold l $li7.i"; board, and advertised could be made I the Board of Bond' Trustees of the i Senator Myirn
Friday costs were"produitive
the bedside of a sick nephew at Vero, worth of eggs and $40 worth of and would be given due consideration :Speiial:' Koad and Bridge Districts! "It 'cmH to he a univ
Flu Mrs. Blume started to obey the chickens making a total of $Hi.2; : thereupon, a number of persons presented tiumbtr one and two it wan determined putting(' this thing up to thou attorneyKcnerul I "
found herself The expenditure for food has been their objectiones as to the valuation that a tax of 12 mills on the ," Mr I I'uliner said smilingly, i
but physically of
summons, 1 I'oindextor Republican
having the run of and after levied and ill hereby fixed have taken to Senator ,
unable to proceed and stopped over small the chickens of their property dollar he IJvt-n; the governors said the president hud
at Lake Butler. While In that cityshe the farm. ,, hearing all complaints of thf owners and assessed for the year A. II. 1919! blaming 1 thin ili-partmt-nt for exmtintfprict been Washington$1111).01/1).0110) / to feed .1|Ii"trp".e,1 -

was the guest of Rev. and :Mrs --. and! a\Itll\ as were! presented) and after on all the property! erabraotd within levels" |given European; peoples and added-( I ,I:
due consideration tile board each the said Special Bond and BridgeDistricts In to questions Mr Palmer
given
S. S. Proctor. CVIID OF 111.\.NKS:\ response| "Itut it would be impossible! to got
heartfelt! decided to adhere to the valuation numbered one and two, said admitted l that there wall no law by
We wish to tender our of looi.oi)0) ( for
JETKK IN TOILS .\(.VIS IJ. thanks and express our sincere appreciation made by the Tax Assessor and raised Legislature of the year l'Jl': \ for the which prices could l b<- lowi-rnl tI.rl..tIy. food an, appropriation for Americans."

to our many friends foe by the board of county commissioner, ,purpose of paying interest and creating but ho declined, to say whether new the urged for ihuappropriation "

'\'. Jeter, of Raiford, was arrested the sympathy' and kind, assistance to sitting as a Board of Equalizer; on a sinking fund for the rttiremont li'lfiHlution was needed l to enable the One of to reasons supply food to FtJ.rop" : -

there Monday by Deputy .sheriffBaistlen us during the late sickness and deathof the 7th day of July, 1919. ".f the bond debt of each of thi- said \ deportment to punish mpn who may Senator Poindextor said. wamaintenance .
of worth- The board took up and onsidered ilistrictsResHolved
charges issuing father.
on our beloved and food price
being sent hereby the contemplated expenses of the several that the Tax Assessor in within the aunty: of Hroilff"l an of of meat
less checks, warrants T. R Sweat G. C. Sweat Sara While' the senate debute was In pr"oss '
the Duval county authorities. lie Sweat and Leca Sweat. funds for the fiscal year beginning and for the County of Bradford and the first day of January A. t IL 1019IlesolveJ rjepresontativn Ilfoe, Democrat

was: taken to that city Tuesday morn October lit, 191'J! and) ending :Mate! of Florida! be and he n hereby further, that the (''''rk of of :'01 Missouri appeal,! informally to
:September :t0. I9JO:! and after consideration flirected, to 1 levy and B-HOSS al the
BaisdcnWIFE rk of this recommend
ing by Deputy \\OODMVN: L'NVEILlNf.The : the Circuit; Court and ('I the house members) to
said several funds adoptedas foregoing taxes a-s fixed and levied by
metes' to of his n solution for an inquiry -
levied board I be and he is heriby adoption
herein follows the as
DKsEKfER: HOfMlFIl L'P published as : his board upon property but
of living, no
Tax the pint
Wainwright
Paul Thomas was arrested Tuesdayby local Camp W O W. wishes to I See budgett on page 1.1) and that he extend the taxe- on the furnish to N f> into

the sheritf of :Marion county near inform the relatives and friends of The board then proceeded with the valuation of such proptrty accordingto Assessor of Bradford) County, a full formal! -decision-- .--was... reached.
foregoing
Lake Weir, on a warrant sworn out the late A. C. Crews, that the unveIl- matter of fixing the rate of taxationfor mall, milage an fixed and determined and complete copy' of the relateR to, the ('E'IETElCWHKI r.
by his wife charging desertion. Sheriff ing of the monument erected to his the county and school district pur by this board on all tht property! minutes in so far as it -

I! Epperson went to Ocala Wednes memory will occur on Sunday the poses for the year A. D. 1919 and object to taxation in the !said county subject to levying taxes that the etc.Clerk and J There will he a working at McKmnoy -

day and! brought back the prisoner, 17th, inst., atI p. m., Crosby cemetery after careful consideration of the estimate of Bradford as to all taxes levied andintended ) Resolved further be notified\ of, graveyard on Friday, Aujr Uth.
Everybody urged to attend of receipt and the estimate of to be entered on the assessment Auditor of the county
lodging him in the county jail to : to the!, Everyone invltoil to bring/ dinner t.nil
other W. O. W. it the determination roll under the head of County the amounts to be appropriated
await trial. Thomas married a :Miss and members of exptnditures wa of the tota: spend the day In cleaning! $ up the
Norman daughter of Jeff Norman, of Camps will be welcome.I of the board that the rate of tax taxes and upon all property lying and different accounts out I'I trround

the Wateroak section. I W. MORGAN ClerK. anon necessary:\ to meet such expenses being within r the district ai' named taxes levied for all purposes. Ti






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: .AGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH is.TAR.KE, FLORIDA
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: A. B. Surrcnc; and son. Jot and .i"1:7":

his father L'ncle H"nry."re v-,.: ,-. t,
to Worthington Sunday

Mr". Martha Lmdemeyer. of I'.irrish -

\J is visiting her sister' IrT Ii: Food ,
Pure
Edwards for a while.

Mr. Seeber Edwards andi-ters.

Misses( Eva and Elm, attended.1

church at Sardis Sunday. three
have
food laws purposes
c G. B. Colson and family of Bro', ,ker. Our pure ,

were in Worthington on Sunday after :
I 4 .,
noon. ,

-- I' 1. To prevent the use of unwholesome r) ;
CORN: CRUD I-:* SHORT
it's Mf.>T HE; I'KOTECTEU material. a.t- '

; toasted substitution,1.
How One Bradford County Farmer 2. To prevent fraudulent ;

I Succeeded in Killing \\ve\iN. :
what she is
,. 3. To inform the purchaser t
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One of the most expensive and at buying. .....
same time the most useless animals) un n.

r( the! farms of Florida in the ('orn.e' I Some products are so well known to.:
vil. The
weevil last year destroyed
'you know how I. fifty thousand bushels of corn in Bradford I the housewife that from the class name under )

;i, county. This loss could almostall which they are sold he can '.,--'I the in :;redients l.' I

h much toasting improves prevented! if the farmers would. I contained therein. With t r'l.r-' such as uakl.; .

'", bread Makes |prvnlethe 1-. carbon proper bisulphate kind to of kill cribs theseuiivils. and inj: ponder. :all the iivjreO'ir; ;' '': me named cm ('' '.

ieI I : it J! The short crop this year f1 the I label I. and a:; a ;'<--i..t;' ' 'f nt'I', t l hcilthful.ecjnoruical ,: .

> tasteod.: Of course Wrrr 'i..ik' s this more important than uualN I ; and desiriulc: ks.ul} can be;:: seke'lut3.< ?

\ N.'. .is. the time to rebuild the mrni. I
'- i.v.r: : :j lavor.r r
'i i b and have it ready for the corn -
'he of '\tllresho\"e\e
i :
There: one ( ; m .
,r It (-in it ill gathered. The :" i I-
Same; with tobacco '" /mall compared with the expense results to i i.litamed. if which are still \h :ucht: biin : without. kne. .nt't'

/ )b.< -" I edge;: of the! ingccdi.:otS.: These! are the i -
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especially KenUiekliurlcy > Fiery farmer who expects to kill called Sell-! Rising flours.!/ Read the label: I : 't nan1 ; ;

i rn weevils this year should ask : . ..
selr and there never fomid < 'r p
r*' !"" jj.i' for a free copy of Farmers. Bulle- I I'II .
' This K'Ittl contains the tollo.vinu( ri.jt..i-:( .
i! :No 102" which discusses this sub- I :t. the stJt"t.\ p a >, :
;:; cots and none othe nr a v" :or"'al..1t statement. ()net-; r .
t in detail. i iI I
j Buy yourself) a package j ji. every r not determine from the !>' either' the ''lU .1I'y ot the! dour or ,V
I have a list of dealers who have mlx.i
the of the other nsr.'ditn: *> thsriwith.
' ;l :! of Lucky Strike iarbon bisulphate for sale, and the t : nature

; J prices of same. Some of the prices!'
r In the selection if baking powder, the housewife -
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;urcttes. Notice the ls are very reasonable. 1 will be glad
rASrfD" to show this list to any who may wishto is very p"rtI.I. ,,'; bir m s .!I'n ( .1 1 1.r,,, sc iiVe* \\'hitc f!

toasted flavor. Great purchase \'<-r ingredients, !! are h.mJc< her \0\11:0: nit a i u.ng: q'\'.'I.'r. and :

in an equal state of lyn: jrr.>- WT. t'rc .1!: It r who .s.-llint.! ; to .
As evidence of the merits of the it1I
Nothing like it. The a fumigation as a means of controlling her, as to what these ingredients are. ;
I*
real weevil the farmers of the county are ,.,.".
Hurley cigarette.Gumanteed! It has: been :ad'-nitt-'d: by the' :rvr.nu5C.iivrs: :: : cf
invited to visit the crib of Mr. J. M. t.
Brow-nice, on the Starke-Haiford road. acid phosphate: that the p'.o: <;prute lIed in! self-nsrn: dour

As the boll weevil destroyed most of frequently c-oimnis: 25 per cent or c.er of calcium sulphate! 1 I Ii

Itrovvnlee's cotton last season he decided (i g\) psu n ). Physicians l.now the objections to introducing, Ms: .
Q to use the cotton house in whichto such an amount of unnecessary inedible material into the: ; I

by kill his 1.01'11'ee11.. The house is system.

: 12xlr. feet in size and. six and. a half tj
: C/o. /': feet from the floor to the e.av(.... It The physician can do much toward the enact-

ea .. . . ...... i is aided! with rough lumber with the ment of )laws. that will forbid, the, use of inch material in the y

board running up and down In order manufacture of self-rising dour and that wdl require' a state- ..
to make it air tight Mr. Brownlee. ment on self-rising fljur of all the ingredients: contained ;
'1 -- swept sand over the floor to fill up therein. '- if

:' ,; - - : the cracks and then laid another floor 1 tr, \\f1
t - over it of tongued and! grooved lumber Such fowl will protect the health and the pocketbook r I !
,!t News of Florida in Short He then ceiled over the joists with B J

.. .... _. matched
--- - ? --- : siding.

t' : : The walls and ceiling were then -.I ..:-: \'

'! L!Live State I covered with one-ply roofing paper )

with the joints well cemented together. | ',
I .____..__... This made the room practically I f>'OTE-.V/us Costeilo a already teen mown. to most of 'the (ladies of '
f twenty. She u of the Domestic Science branch of tilt University of ':
Told by Our [ \ air tight, but in order to protect the i i Leans Institute, Dontfstif Scwrtte
I I Ch raKo. graduate of Supert nor of
II I paper on the walls from damage l h:; in /'Il>ItC Schools Specwt Lectarrr on Domestic Arts and Economy, f"I
t 1!, the corn :Mr.[ Brownlee covered it with I Special Lecturer to tube Women's Clubs. :.
I \
: [ matched siding. Two hundred tnl"h'l "
I I (;eo H. Wililtr, of I'liint ('itvpe"kor mi" I ( We are publishing a series of her most important arttcks.
els of corn ( less than nulf full i I
of the house .of represrota. tin'm furl I
1811 \ iiia|
lives of the last sehsnm' .of the Icifislaturu .I.II /I I placed in this crib on Jan. 1 1. amt, fu- ..... .,_:'1t" ,:! ,...._ '''',>I.o.: ;.;,. :.' : ' :"" '':'- -.'' ':;- .:..a.-r.,..' .....'
miiratcd.. He has !since fumiirati it
will bu u cunilnl'tc. to !succciclUnint I Ambit ;; ; : :k : ; ; ; niie tune Ml, Brownleu. says it kill'dall
,'I. Congressman -. Mint ' / ( the weevils at each fumigation and 1 ,ii l /n i i 1- if rib', ,ii '1 ue-t II! .. I'i : disi'UHHrd I hII""I' r//d., : / p I n' d'I ti !11" ', i Ml hildren tr iii! n I with worms hate aa u
: : hits thus been a moans of '..iMIL' tinentile .. ,
healthy ulor, wit hi U blotMl, 01101"11
commissiontTh have' r I i ut< poor
The LeeJun'> there on I I itt! i //1j.n 1 i i ";p "" "rdu.r II. .. ,,
lot of corn from weevils lie rule there Is mom 'ir I stumach dlsturhaitK
.' "ppropriiiU-cl funds for. u wholarxhipo 1"f,. renee, the cost of reconstructing! the ti 11 ,.Xi'i I1t .- \V Hunt! \\l\ i / (>\'F:'S TAS1F.I: :v, hill'TONIC ulvcu niiiilatlur
the College of \Ki-iculturo. They says .. two or thr'i> w.< H-I will smith the blouil i
fun tin
wts'lily I
"e a /new I1 ''ip ])11' i > i > i t c
crib was! twenty-one dollars The cost prove the digests' ti, and an ai n General Strroai ''
t ,. huvo HMO! Met asulc sulIu-H-iit funds tu' attended, I of the two fumigations was six dollars I fni the ( i '1'1 t'it hi..tti-i' 'h! II.'I' d. onlDIl Tunic to the wl.. !I.. system. Nature will,h..1
"' puy the cxpi'nmof three boys ut the' <' He( hesaved and the return were fund throw off or dl.pellh,' worm. and the Child will I t.. .
and! cents.
Ioy: ,,' Short Course, whch w! held l u1 1 moire, twentj-lue says la perfeit bcallh I'ltaaant tu. take, Site( per txiltlrK. / ";:
the t first to
enough corn -i-u-on |
the College of Agriculture each year. ed States ; I twice pay the cost of making the crib I 0. PAINTER FHltTILIZEK COMPANY i

dies If the crib had been full of corn hecould
It ia estimated by S. F. Fleming of I :
nirers of I: have saved about five hundred I .Jurkscun.jJlt-, lnriclll) .
the U. S. Bureau of Crop Estimates' Vlllc. I
I! , that the Sweet potato crop of Kloriilnthin I I bushels at the same expense aton Fertilizers insecticides l Sprayers Poultry Supplies :
u
I : two hundred bushels. If he hud used
Ifir will bo lo.oni" acres com- For thirty we have been manuf' ,
year little boardinstead yean rmg tmi\nm\ n thu Staie.-.we, have
11 !; heavy building paper or plaster satisfied rue
Ii I pared l with :3si< ,Dun acres lust your, an years of | of roofing paper the cost of i comers m ,every county in Florida. ,

: increase of about ten per cent in the his I I Write Far Latest .'ri..I.i.l. ,....
nt would have Pri! !
con-truction beeniry : always in lice wilh; thAJj!! ,
I The Is
total averatro. Sweet potato
niirht. '
one of the mos' important and reliable [ ; (; ( ; much less.Lvery .
were / Bradford ,'nll11t.
farmer in \ \
crops of Florida: and the Sou'h' I fourth | I I ..
't \ : can save his corn from weevil- h I '
taken for i will He should .exercise In- in'
An examination will be held in ] 1 ( try.
ii i mnkmi ftenuity., Ask his denier in build I tr
: Florida in October( for the award of [ r
others ', A
a materials to help him. Call mi 'i -
; a Rhixlvx scholarship, which was discontinued | t
] Springs. 1 1 County Agent Ask for F.irnn! U.I F f'
1 may write, tuV.. T. Stockton| so O. W (CASWK1: I din e I t. f 1
ll: bei- Building Jacksonville, I'la., for Severn! i ". '
County \v
t Information reliitisu 'o the <|imllflcatioim him. and s l94 +rt w44Ck,
t; and the time and place, of thc later ) ---
in
examination. i j :
1 Unhappy In Friendship.

It. C. McKennd' of fNm, ,nis the} inventor I / ( = !Many\ people expert too n i itt .from th/ 1w1t; I Ih Ihr
I! ammonia : | their friends. They limy t i'i., u- ves
and patentee of n machine ; .
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area of I"1. be so thoroughly ge'nulu" ami, *1n' 're
which marks upward stride ill ,
a great I bo
was that they "XI..t all their frl"I-i t.! !
the cocoanut industry bring the only I [ : .
bursting: : the saini.. and rthui they .1'!' over" I -
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machine over invenVd. which i success ammonia little faults in ,h'lr.J..I.1 . they ti ,el tbe.11..nl'l.olltllll'lIl k4 :I! < -
fully conveys coconnuts from the hold l the plant I most acutely.! I'o not -
of vessel l tu the bags and other containers $
l a f pany, : : pitch your stanilunl too hltfh th. n you .
on the wharf and counts the men in I are less IlkeJj to. have your' )del. ) shattered. fDy
nut as "hey are put into the Lungs inf. btiiMiiif I i Trj to member that friends

f. urinir an absolutely even and accurate issue! will never' ,disappoint! us if we observe
count of one hundred nub I per One man : two simple, rule(1): ( ) to tint out \ 1

'3 balf. ;, was ,' I / : what they are ; (S) to expect them to ,
,, fumes be Just that. /l1'' ( a To pay your bills by check is

Gros.ss )profits from ISO per cent 10'I' just ,' to preclude the possibility of being -
3.13: cent being made by some
per are him lI/lt/ I GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN d
of the retail dealers in Tampa who
,
s'llf '/ obliged to them twice.
I pay
handle Florida menu Despite a drop I and WITH LEMON JUICE ( 'I

In the wholesale price local dealers 1'111 ,|, I The cancelled check which is
. almost without pxercptlon are ,'hlll"lt.li lJi1I / ;
I
InK practically the same price for in\ 'ro s \ I Make a Beauty Lotion For A \ returned to is undeniable
steak that they charged .six months eight bl< Tan I you
Few Cents to Remove
Ago, when wholesale, prices, were from trams proof of payment. And the stubs
li\' CO to HO per cent higher chi'd. Freckles Sallowness.Your .
t I know : [, t/ in your checkbook are an accurate -

The Florida. state. prohibition law likened : i IIl account of :
grocer has! the lemons and any your expenses.
was declared institutional' at Miami the chief 1 1
\ Sntiml"y by Jiulire \\', Hunt Harris Dunlin, : ; drug! store or toilet counter will aup-

.\J i of Key West lutinir itiilfrc of the chinery. ply white you for with few three cent ounces Squeeze of orchard tht I Why not open a checking account .

I Criminal t 'mitt. of I Uicord .slid : I a
Dade County crew with at ?
lot-
I juice 01 two frc'h lemons into i us once
and following his rulrij tw" men of the I : tie then put in the orcnard white and t
charged with illeiral term'po5' lutl"n of tank hc : fhnk'1 well. This make quarter pint j jI

:. liquor wore discharged. and indietHMilll.XM .. pipe, and j of the verv best lemon akin whiteneiund "-S.- t-J- -'--'--T"l- $ -l- $-$-T-T-T-T- $ -l" > I'

t' f, : complexion beautiflct known. I IStnssago

(: : 11 Wlute .. ( ) I daily into this the fragrant face neck, creamy arms lotion and i Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow .;j '

of. ultir ; hands, and just see h-'W frcc: Highland, Auir H.-:Mrs.[ T. E.Entffcbertiien church allovvnt-ss!s, redness and ro-jffhnes Bradford County Bank j

of Jacksonville i.f is :Mr. : disappear; and how smooth oft and
spending a few days here with her 1'1"i \ Bronson I clear the skin becomes Yes: It ('a ESTABLISHED 1889

; rents :Mr. and Mrs. K:. Wilkinson. :\Ir'. 11. ( h.nr.lesut, and the beautiful result Starke, Fla.'F .

Rev James L. Strickland went to in the ::' will surprise! vou,-Adv, (98))





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J'F OR those who like tales of love, adventure, full of exciting I :
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h ,t1 t. incidents, hard riding and gun-play, "Nun of I II -
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I Music i Mountain" will have a strong appeal. It is a I Ml j Iy

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story that characteristically American, graphic in its local color iU + : ,. r !, .,,,,

and deals simply and realistically with the fine, true, elemental


things of life.S0111evhere .


in the Rocky, Mountains in the vicinity of rich gold

mines the scene of the story is laid and the central thread of the .r
By FRANK H. SPEARMAN ,.1J.

narrative deals with the ooing-and winning of a spirited mountain "
Author of "Whispering Smith"

: maid, the cherished treasure of a band of outlaws, by a Ry: .,r11

, * lie :Spain; tuiiKil.. in '.nun' i I'.J" r li" |1"1. I.t t I... \
shrewd, vigorous, strong, all-man manof the lavv-and-order ranks t tin mining il.i.v .\- hi .did. so. a k'u-l t ,'f w ,lid -i
sweeping agailiHt the. shi'riMI||, lippiil. him _Id. i.
c.,::. who can shoot straight and knows no fear. wise, and lie throw himself on his.. knees" lo amid I Ili, I'r
dv/\' idge )Ills nlle, vvhiih lay iimler his,, hand on 11,. 1 J
,/""" "link, slipped from i rta/ eb. In the next mutant hu he nI ..I I ) .
;i II boiiiu "ing from rock to rock live liundii, feet Iwl"I Iiiiatlv It t t.
,lti' De Spain is made manager of a stage line running from the railroad I;" I nntiojed and hiimiluited, In regained his f" I .1

mil,, spoke, with a laugh/ lo "reassure Nan. Just II' I".".
the mines for the of cleaning the outlaws ti I
to .
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purpose up .
.nl.ssrrrd" not lu \\.rt'y.n little Hinging MCI earn Mt rile' L t I" II"
: i 'us' soinelhmg Hplashed suddenly rinse f
I ; al hand 'a'IIi' "
rl; who every now and then raid the stages. I It is "the Morgan link. wall, chips. "'1111"1',1, bi\veen| tin m. I,'"coin. I I "
:hi siind 1 of Illli lepoit' iiackid/ agiimsl the fan "I'I'' ;
"il" ; gang" and Nan Morgan is the niece of the chief Nan is spirited .,htl 1,, ,l '1'111'10'1'1'" i HO Hlorlled( so completelv anin/i.d. I". I" I

',e and fine and loyal to her relatives until she begins to understand .' ) , '!'
I'h.'' nun'house, hpiead like toys. m the long 1"1"1" I ,
J'J the kind of things for which they are responsible. t I" in.fully vented in the gray nf the morning." Hiei e.u61, 01 I
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no sign of life around any of tlie hoiiHes. Hut I in, :u..lh" ,
l "'''mi.nt Ihe lilt II' Hinging/ servant tame ngain, the I I.,,, ': ,
1\\ honty slug against the .splintering rock WIIM ripeatid\ llnn ,. .h, >1 t I
Also, she is as good a shot as the young stage manager. At their first pmt of tho rifle following. }i
"I'mler!,. lira," mutUied Ii F
Spain lie !looked al Nan "vs
, meeting she bests him in a shooting match. The two threads of the ',.ett.r keep moving," ho kind "Come! whoever IH Hhooting' .an' r"| I I I "
I.nv I us a hundred yards either fii"
way. In front of Do :Spain:, a foiiithtnnk ., ,
interwound in are the love affair between Nan the rock. "Nan," lie muttered, , "I've( got you mln n lit If we "dr9'\ ,
)); story closely every way, ,, ,
; in't. 1 that (follow ho I 1M liable\ to ntop us. Can you 'nee' anything'/ '" I rII 11 1\
): the in the of which she is at first asked, wailing for her to come up. to.. II i
: and stage manager, progress suspiciousand I "lleniv1!" She. was loidung tonight "

scornful I of the "gun man" who is "persecuting" her relatives, and down hood. on into lie the' :Spam's; valley, shouldei''and. laid'r.,\ her"Is hay Sim i among Ihe first the day rocks they fascinnli had nut! I I J4 P'
1 tin" te" nn}thing moving on I the "rolglnn' .
hud hardly Keen a i ifle, m his, hai,
and determined and his thlle-sei just east t of 4uv'ull' "
he is good-naturedly persistent success She .
upon strove lo look' The bull l of '
s 1 lam'h house ?
)bent'iiir rule lav lose, airailisl tin 1d-,

\ bitter, unyielding campaign against the outlaws, which of course brings .\.I; in"He' militated:Spain; his', iln eyim.w )bent hoc foiwurd on the!point to ali to nijilkcd the/ tips cheek. of Mile the knew fingeis" "o o1,"I'Y\"II. flal'and, .
/' in I the trail vvhnh to ntrvtrh-
'I'| one "
about violence gun-fights, merciless war between the two interests. "I flat, offered a slight ,piotectmn IlenId1 ''.I".f the man's being, un" ,ilmvvilh ,
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Nlronglh jind 1
,. lesoiutei.mi: '
| her lie down, and just beyondh .
tale with which Nan and love intermin- ". I 1."r"J. those a pond while t the. slninge ftt41'lllltlll111' drew I h.) 'I'" -in" i
that of the are closely ,
: All part mil lowul' I I'''nh''' 'hioad'ning a litho and tiding ,
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after shot at Ihe distant' avid, >
IIi : gled is told with knowledge of men and the conditions and with a sure k''", trnve hllllll'hllll.'I' to brine him I hidden, on the I idge Silo:: hold ""l d
hoc aims' and. clasped, her hand, i iwaul I".
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h.1w.oti I I two nnks Flattened '
{ restrained touch. But Nan well deserves her place in the title (hi "r1' like u 'target I in midair! heuu.'w him ill an ail inn of divoiioo
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strong, j'I'hon" while silo looki, bronthlr-.1." ' .
i his hat down to Nan, and rentii
creation of the and also r on' one kn'e. waited, for the/ shot lie look. !his ejcs an instant, flung' ,tin",'
for she is the out standing story, strong true, as !I 'hit'' 1 hoiild tumble him down 1 Kl: Cap I sights "lie's running'' ixilnm., I r. tl.I

are some of the other characters, notably that of De Spain. She is alive |! him"iian i.r betray the man bent on killing ,I Ito>' :Spnm back; to IIH his the heek rifle,. hull"\Vh"wont, 'vi"in i,,In t,utl i' .

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(Iud I bless" him now!" ,
of her mountains standing with head I .Vn..Ih.r I bullet, 'II"'I'lItcly alined, 'I 1'111' wolds. wen" moii fiaifnl, l i iVan I.."
and vital as a deer own up, readyto I iNp'd, \ the rock abovi him Nun, I, : than .
an illl'1' '' II li" i I Iilnvi
i U i ""'/111/.1" in her "Mp'nM"" died i out
the sound but able to turn and fight with desperate I' I i 'must' join him and go with him I n his i m m> front the HI ant .o\ i
flee at next en- ,i1" I h., wool. He steadied/ her with afi of a rut ill the Hull, and Ihe man vvailteiiig i,
'. fur now,, over. and for lif.Ilillh .
words. A bullet
u struck againulnuvly
t aft''r bullet ( led, thi ,
if pllll'H.sl.v f
ergy necessary. % ' lose between them. I Hipun "
'si' vvietih :; \ ,
aping' Suddenly lit I .Spainjelkid
spoke slowly' : 0 Jive me your I ,
," l tin/. t lift from, his ,cheek. HIM I shark
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I \Vilhout turning his hfiiil, healit

The Telegraph has. secured the serial rights to this splendid story of love I.luridly., I,! on his,the hand suspu I, keeping'ions" pot his on eye the. I across his hi,h"I"1111I1 training\ swept eye-i, .hiM Mm,lift' i. m hood''n1the

will several columns of it This rl.lg../ "How far IH it to that rnu.l.nI /, : rille. aim'" up to ,plui'o and .II.inn
and adventure and run weekly. story was I S. ''" I the iifle. rump up" to "plaie and! tlaim.

selected for our readers after the perusal of many others sent us by the I I 11 h.tt,.::In. .lay looked in the toward deep shadows the faint below line au'ij front, th.from hot I the rnu//li shoulder', The, 'Ibe Mlle bhi.I.'fill I,

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',pork toward the latuhhou
publishers, and while not a "new" story it is one that very few have had I I line"I N-m' ,hundred"if it wasn't' yards fur"you, I couldn't' I I 1 stumbled running its if Mikin by 'an 1e. ..indsprawUd

the pleasure of reading, and we can safely say it is a story that will hold I"'h'I I "studious lounlry al iim all onrern.," he rerunrk-"Last, I Throwing the headlong lever< again on like the lighting Mail'
I'e' Spain" held.<1 the rifle back to Inv
Of the number of stories of ,, I ,. no ammunition\--thin time I'hl''k.
your attention to the last. large proofs 10, nfl you always have what's" He did not fire Second after si iond .
i I.I did How high Nan?!
/ are we,
released received the ..", I he waited!. Nan watched th.. n
which are sent us as soon as by Telegraph duringthe 'vl'n hundred feet" flu ,
"folo'Vllt:: for one, Nun will you?" slowly come down unlired mid -aw

last few months, none can compare with "Nan of Music Mountain"for adjusting"Hi'I:"nll'rnt..r t' the the Might wind an ,"he she had faltered linked! I his taking drawn his face eyes slowly off relaxitln.ut the uprawling

Will the words she, speck, he rone stilHy to his feel. AS if
,,ll I human interest, love, hold-ups, hand-to-hand combats and narrow pn I .d,I the burnished..cautioning weapon, flitter ''I in a dicam she saw Inn hand xtietthid ,-
of the Nan and u I4' vet with, the ruin drops' into his \ toward from death for the two principal actors story .''
th. fin'
escapes I 6Ind,: , A flash tame' from the distant t 1I'r".M gulf one word"f'': mru'
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i ',dire, Throwing his rifle to his shout. I, --
her lover, De Spain.In I d I' i )lis. Spain .v.I..1 a hardly p'rptible .
: tutu'k .hj""t on ihe Hall mi'li .
I':'" between SuMVMin'H ranch hoijs' ,
I :i',d I .1 Iilttlc, bridge Then he fired )n, BeginsSeJternher
printing extract from Chapter 24 of
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the alongside we are ,
space f 'n Sun:; could! believe he had In i'd

this interesting story. Read it. It is only a part of one of the thirty-one '\ hand tght fill!Once arid, rose twice sharply, three on firm Tin,'

chapters contained in this serial and the others are equally as interesting.This i r.., with r.ipidl/ fviry:Nan: murk could nt not prerivl.l uld.-, i?

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story will begin in the issue of Sept. 5th and we want every readerof I , tsl"I<' d'.mgI ;If E
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the to read it from start to finish. . .. !i. .' ,j'".. .' I". h., ' ' Telegraph .
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FRIT \ U I '(, t' *T S, 1919.
t'AfE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK.E. FLORIDA
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Bradford County Telegraph A rjirtr.:: ' iirr.-T i*.a.*. XT, at .M! ......,,\\c..r..j fJ.r : .....: "Ar. ......1 I: bk ;, United States Tires

.-. '. <.fill! a.l i Mr, L W f'. [ h'/.. &. : ',n! thf i ap :. -'

"/ .A-f. :: "!*/ for the.r: !''>r, O _y. J. W Ba-'<-i-, a. ': daugnvr, Mt! = -
Pgblliohf'IJ V> kl7' tnd 'nternj aji _-
". ..-leae- r.- .,,'. "T. flr. h !trr.'Ih. : : .-. P H Nai were '. t.' ? fnr !' .vt f Good Tires
*n/j cl.... matter at the CK*t-offir it are
1.. . <' a -':'iin*;}' nd or :n. rx- r'er :ir..:';" _

M ..tak. florid' *. >, '.! ? 3-tJrn E; J. Ward By; ton Bolt, >..f ErovK.yr: mowr

., .; .J.., .. .. ().ita. Tr".ma ar.of I through here Snda: ; afternoon. ** / -

: f:. S.1..\ rIll }. \. :-, Witor and OWI'I.r. ''l.a.r.-./ .. I"-z .tbi.rr..att.7 I;; sir J Car iv- to Bt'rJc*. 1' .

i I. f.:. KOBIN'-O.S A.-.iat.. f.dltlr.: '.Var >. . a' Cari! l. .... .. Thir-iday: ; a party ,,.f.<,*ed of W
\[, < '/ I; ( ',1--! / ar.d fiJ> F'mh': A. Jor.e* and !lift. r.ife'< : Lthel! ar. "

:T rr :'.r' ". .' tark* laJit W dne.- Mane Jones Kilmer Eitelle: Per /

1 ;' @!L9UGUSTI24 'J.; .... af--' ". | Locle "d Janie Mau't Wooiar'I :

7--<- r' . .. ii< vi*-t.nif will beirin next I went ou< on Magnolia lake and >-per ; A

L'W'L: : ..'DPJI :. ,;. _.....iJr M'ria'j: night at the Muwionary Bap- the daylid night on a ftih.r; : *.r '

I ;;= .;;- TFf21 1 :: church after their regular ap. They harj good) luck in getting; jil' *". :.

: \,,, 'rn nt. Everybody i is invited to of fIsh Vj eat out there and the t. < ,

:3'45'6 : 1'r9 a--"r.d theiie ervice.. was very pleasantly in-nt! / I ;Ct

: There will be cemetery working .Sa'urday night Mr. and Mr'. G. '..VHmon

a.- In-dun next ThunxJay, Aug. 14th. I .nterlain*
. : 1011 121314151611 1 F. . 'vlwwly: come with necemary tools i >'-j-.r>ff folk, wit)" a pourd: par.. 'J., < ; ;

!iar 'ff 'h.. ftmetel')'. ,' crowd a* -!mbled, an :! "(- .'''ra! ar..rg -

17181920212223! H C ft:.. raH.] of Stark watran:*- game wr p'ad: before M..i .. f-

;i' :.r I g '" r'here th. ;.a'T'r part ; *r upper wasrve'i nh.rh .... -

l!i25262728293j; ..1 :.., tI.. ,.. roed; by; all.]) At ala:': }r y -r ,-t ,.

: F .'Mr : MrI! I W. J'.T h'J."r c. ': "'.rrartd for thr- .. r .>. .'

u.. . ._ _._ on ___ -. . < .'* ar_ i-l. Royal i i nit
'- "iin1 aroT.": oi ir nr-. Mm" ; r"p'.r.mrc o ,11', ;v '''. :
1 f' :M' )Jb, .,.. 'k-.<- > ','Jnlf'lk! of \'riru t'o-,. pr.."..nt; ....... r-. .f- CcrJ / i

1 \\ ,H'l l '. II'' (/:1.: \ 'If. " pi l ., <. a ".x ,ul) \' .nir.w. c,-l-llatir. i i r:. ' .. Hall tel'W!! .,. i.; /: s'W.Uby'

i ; .- ' .. .."'"''r..h birthday of : P.h' 'I- r-: -re', J 1"1\ a.i I Ma.j",; 'I! .

Mfr '.',1.', ,..r ', ... vf1/r .r.:" !rc -tirjf/ tamf"ia F .vr. K ,,: and} (;<.r'ridHi'! -'. >. l

'. ;;:, ,: .; : ': .: . i.'J. i : ij 1 rr. A.. 'i/v'd '.ot:1:1 a lat "''. '"iM'. Rj'hK M,' =:- T Mi. .

.,n. r-t r. '.r *. : / tre ho 'jr. ; **r ; "ir..wjc.eere/ nervt'ifor !" .-' \.... ''dai.I Sam ;ri;'.,virdM. I' $

r", ., of ]<.!ith'r, >.t.> <. high/ < os' ',f 1'-. in Tro-o prfnt this! ( -, I .1,Thr I I'll, Bjron Roi' And I.M, . .

:. ' . .r'/, ;' 4< --na'd! 1..1 'x'i >,' 'I."r> Mr '. Hy'lo:); Ward, Hieh ,,'e'-?. of Brooklvr, .: h. ."oJ'ii '

., f. .. '.-Mr 't r ,, !" tnt high con* rrir'i' Marvy; Hazn, ('arlarri., i kif W .!tf-r Zeifrler. V*. .J'ni- r.' !' III; 1 / /'tl\\\\

f I '., ,.." -, ;)r<'p, ratory to the op. Lewis hhriv, hogan Nabb. Abe I I.I' .. ,', ,- .", of H- -...pton anJfh > 1 /

J ..ra'ioof" '. ,Letting o'jt from him somethi'i ("ro..by. Kl'lon: and Walter Baxter A' i U>'r Bonno''. n-: < b n II v.* ChQmn ,

; Ii J like $25 a pair for shoes. KraztiT haw, Hubert Hius" and ii'-k lit, but at this writing he :>

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; nomewhere, for the HufTalo Commerr Watson of near her; I.ee Byrd of S. B Wodard returned home Sur-

has ntumbied across an) authentic (Graham Georifrohb; ;>,, of Norfolk, lay; from Lakeland, where he has been

.S. item m! a trade paper, an advertisement Va., and :o.liM"I'1I Edna: Baxter, Pearl for the past five welts employed AI I
for shoes for IX-WM Ruby Ilia Belle and Jennie
export, "ready to a carpenter
hip at once direct from our own fac Maude Crosby; :Marguerite Shrive, The Real ThroughPut
Mr and Mri.I D. J. Thing Right
Phillips are the
I tory." It insUnceH 1il.f'tJiJ! pairs of Oltfa, Tht-lma and Ouanta Ward. Nellie .
I happy; parents of a fine baby girl
arriving -
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Mae Nabb Nona
Willie
I men's work shoen at $:1; "made tw Hopkins, ,
last
one day week.
I full ioles, solid leather insoles and f'oltori", Jewel :Moody; of Lacro
counters solid lift hteU.! Other work lara: Cone, Ins (Godwin of fine Hill Hampton Mrs. W. A. Jones was shopping in United States Tires under your car and
Wednesday.Ben .
F shoe are offered at %:2W>, ll.'tft 92: .V, and Inez Abernalhy; and Mr and Mr. I
t 1 .fcO. E. J Ward, Mr. and :%lrn. G. B. folson Hall who han been in Jacksonville you'll find them the real thing.

anjThe highest/ price. quof-d is $5; 75 a Mrs. 1' !S.; Olin and son. Howard taking' a course in the JaCkfton.1

pair for "men's trun-metal calf hitfh and Mr and! ?Mr-I V. M. Barefoot The ville Barber College]) for the

I tirade shoes." Women's shoes are Many friends ',f Guy presented to weeks came home Saturday afternoonfor They're built to wear-to give you the kind

aiM ffrerel.'t'lJmen'lI kid .shoe him many u*. ..ful fiftK, after a few days; \ isit with his parent, I
And that's
$' .25. and "welt oxford and high wmhinK him many happy birthdays Mr and Mrs.I Madison Hall. cf economical service you want.

L .v shoos ,1.1 75 a pair." to corn1 E. I. Rafus, of Lawtey wai a VISit just what they do.

.. . It in interesting Uj note, if you Ilfv. Wofid, of .Starke filled his <,r Saturday night and Sunday a< the ,

... please these prices are offered for regular' apT'"lntment at Df'Jan lat home of Mr. and! :Mrs S. B Woodard.
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, 'I : export business only There i m nothing :naturally: and aunimy.MISM : '" u..n la .j'vn u" ..fl a' Hundreds of thousands of regular users will
t in the trade paper showing that : Oui.sy; I.,".wiJl.ff, Raiford: i is list for a few days; past, hut at this!

I t Any American man or woman can buy home on a visit with relatives. writing he i ia able to KI fishing aifain.! 1 vouch for that-lots of them right around here.

;" .jI, any shoes at home at a price within :Mrs. Torncr, of Raiford, ill here Eddie. Hillard -nd a few more of

f.; many, miles of these quoted. ona.* visit with her daughter, Mrs! T. the Wa'eroak farmers motored\ over

:f Is it troiritr, to be we will have to K' C. HaxenWultr to the home c.f't'. A. Jr.nllI'ednfs.- There are five distinct types of United States

''II .' abroad to buy our shoes hereafter'' ? Baxter motored to Lake day afternoon on a business! trip. Tires-one for need of price
\ If it is possible. to sell at these prices<< Butler: last Saturday afternoon. :Messrs C. A. Vountrblood and II. every or use.

&abroad iM it asking, too p..rtin"nt--tr lrM. J I. ('. Cone upent last Tuesday E:. Moorer were among the visitors to

Impertinent, question' t/> demand at the' home of her sister, :Mrs W. Hampton Saturday. We have exactly the ones for your car.

< why It cannot .be done at home ?- Andri'U of New River. rievel.nd Lee of Lake Side was

. 1 J Tampa Tribune. Mr.I and Mrs. N. D.) Johns of New motoring in and! around our burg
! i! I .__ River, were in here shopping last Sunday "fternoon.Mrs. We know United States: Tires. are Good Tires. That's why we sell them

f:i.. KUnOKI.ltI \ Wednesday afternoon. I Hen Rasser was a visitor to -
I' .. Hflmnton Knmlav flfternnrin.TIII I
Ford
I Starke Service
; 'j Urooker AUK K. Among thone who -: issThcresan :" \ There will) be -preaching;; services 'i. Garage Garage Waldo

I Xpe.nl Sunday afternoon at Worthington I held nt the Christian church here Sunday ,'[ .

from here were Mr I nnd Mrs I G. Aug. 8.-School started by Rev Jno. Mullady to which -
.. U. Colfton and! ,non and :Misses Olgn' here :Monday with good l attendance.All the public i. cordially invited to attend i r" f< '.\ I I I . f. in.fl.' '* rm.t n Irnt rf ""h.c. In. -- .' '.i :.:".I' ;riot' Ifl.rI
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k and TJiplma. XVard and. Ine/ Abernathy he pupjilx seem eager! to go tu I Sunday school will! be hell .t j jHi .. ,amination' "f '. ..ei riii, . i p- qI f fir 1 lt.i( ". ri I I.. ..", _i h .. I. .'i. i th.. F M u"l! rf i\\\\ \ It ,n..n" ilL \ I , , , -
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," and Messrs ( arl Ward Car] Lewis, work with their "tuclu-s, and, make the o'lock. niirg I'F' APPI U \TI"N MiR T \ \ r>FFI .. o ,ta i d i l I.> Iii" nin1! paid"
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.' fJuy; Pinholiter' and 1 Eldon! Baxter. best of the time. The teachers nr.l <- :Muster riyde( Brown of near Starke, I 1'-OI.HI: SKTION ftf( f \PTFR t. Jfp/ftiton *, I fl .. r. ".J I .. ..iTictr. h,. _ _ rot_ .. SI
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: Mr. and Mrs H A. Andreu and little :Misses I )II"!,," and :Maude MiEwin, and, is pendmir a few days here with his \ 'in. 1051..h.f r' \I.\\ v\\ +rtV'n' W r Font.. The >,h..rinT, hftji accounted Shine. for collisions of ... ...... ...,. 2 I'. ""
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I'' daughter "pent Sunday at Alnrh- it is thought that a"ry Mucccssful Mster, :Mrs. lien os"r. i urrhaj r ff tnT 'forIA.ol.. No 121, dfttd. tht fln and forfeiture in hu office! and hAl on .'u 1 vi.<. ,inr.i i-. wino ml. r court work ..... 600" i. "10'4
2nd lay "f Jnlv \ P !1"1'! hiu fi'' 'I I 00.1, l -
ua with MTH Andreu's parents, Mr. term, of school' will be tuuirht.Mrs. Jake Lee, accompanied! by his parents ......''I1OR'. !In my ntTic, anH ra. madi lieunoun -\ )hand, .. no pajit. .dj'. ". .bond. The reril.. l >.f h.. .H i. circuit,, C''''urt. rtcnrdmir' and Bcn-
I'I' and Mr*. II. ('. demons.: : I llettiiLLWIS' and i hildren of and .sister Lillie and Eva of for tax rM>.l tn IIIHUI. ,in accordance h.t.- ilic nn con nn nt > arranged and well F..n.. i nl courtork. .,._.._ _._ ijo no
of election _..______ -T .
thi f'il- f fiOt"> 0Indexintr "
with I Jaw Said certificatemhracM 00.
Mr. and Mr I Jno. Shriver and ArtiKliu ureisitmir relatiM, and I I.lIk Side, motored to our little town low.mtr df-ncrfln; l r-n-tporly ituntrd' 'n Bradford Tm\ Collector -_. _-.. 25" 0 III ;
daujthter :Marguerite and Bon, Lewis friends here for a few days. Saturday afternoon.Mr. county Florida to-wit. The tax collector ban" rtoned out and made Tick tradicntion" _..-.._. _140000Agricultural ( I'
final ett1ement with the Plate. and airvnt ..___ _.uoo or
tit ( of North- on --
Sorth Half .th..t Jiuirt..r county -
t Hf.ent Sunday at KingNley lake: with George; Neal, who han been visiting : antI Mrs. I). W. :Moore: were pant Quart. !W 24 Tp t. !S. R 2K.. 20 th. 1"4' and l''l" tan rrttln nnd ban rail, In Item. dimonatrntion agent ...IOAO. oo '
k tri..nd". his brn'hor, I'. II. Neal for lIeveral! trnnsctmff business in the county metropolis ,.cmThe. all .011..100.{ on the 191 roll to ,date tut well Epnu r t' Alattf, fair _....___ ._ h _- _, fioo.00
Maid land brine juAcnned at the date nf an licence* and) poll, *. FviMnccounty, fair -___ too 00
Mr.I I lt.. fio imt for
r. t y yH J" the iMuanee nf such eertiflcatt in the name On the IP 16 roll ha ha overpaid the following contlnnenctm ._ _200ft 00
I I'ine Hill Hcction, were in here trading hiM briither 1'. II. Seal, fur ,,eunilcompunied 1 :Miss Emily SmJ'h' of ,\Arcadia t Is ,<>f I'nknnwn amount :

! .J. I\ ant I Monday IIft..r.n.tr . home by KM brother P. H. vii.iting relatives and friend here fora T'nlcftH naid to law eortlffeati, tax drrd hhall will iaw hf rrdwmodnccortlinir thermnrm district fif-nernl: fV' school oi : total II 102 1141 9? :.9g.special' .tax nchool Total: --n nf Ei_ |_>rn__.n e.__Road--__.Fund- .i inrutimate 'c'

I Dficnt a few daytt of last week in Neni. where ''hey will go together/: and few days. It)<". "th day of September, A. D lf'l(*. On the 1 1017 roll he ha* overpaid the fol- coot of mntoriul'. contract, free labor
4 : Strilko the iftH'-'tK. of MrH I \V. K.: :'>1..1.I l- make u fall crop down there Messr A. L. Sullivan, O. M Bennett W...". .. my ""1.1,1! Mirnatur, ant l m .1 I thitthf :'owintr nmountp. : unit. for. nil ..,od.___and_ bridge. eurlieu. __- 00 .,
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>th day of AuruM.. 0 ]VitO.! Oenernl' nchonl.] Hfi'j. n. : iMnl. tax school' ''' ----- --
'llnton.Me S. U Swinilel and cr.'dicn.: were and G.! W. Hinson looking
were
ftimli W. T. WEEKS dlKtrict, linn"."; tf.tal 'I lltoiTh .
; Hr A. U. Surrcncy and J. J. visitors to Hnmp'on Saturday af'er business Interests in Starke Monlav *"'I..k' Circuit ('........ nradfnrd ('....n'y. Fla. .. aboc KM.r.iny.n.nu. were made. on account hit.mute Total-----------------------------. of Epinse: Une 10
By R. \ WERKSH.Bit. n and Forfeiturefund
of a failure to credit. the T & ,1. rail
Morgan Kpcnt Monday at the county Walter" /eiiflcr, of :Miami, ID visiting ( Deputy Clerk. wny team for these fundu, which were paid
'l iind fru-nds here. :Mr.' and :Mrs' r. A. Rhamer and] *I.v the cnmritmllrr, The above" Sheriff and dfputie. e.wt bill. in criminnl -
IIoat.I r 'ivi's -- itrmn nhould ca.e* __ _. . __.._ . ___ _.1"0.00r"n.t..bl. ,
I I saul I.OWIH motored to LarroMiclaiit J. A. J. :McKinney\ of !Sampson; Mesdnmes! J. E. nnd T. R. Trlest spent :NOTirr OF- APPI hrC TION ir \THiN". OF non f .II \T l'TlK* tIt tifrNI'MH : : be T refunded find In .the to him tax from.....11..,the...'* achool office Viol for 'thin Cluck| .... cot bit 00'In in- -criminal- cant.. 5-i.Ot"'
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; Saturday ni ht.iciirjjp ('ity. wns n viMitiir' here Kriduv.I :Mond"v on !Smith lake on a fishing i.iis. i\ua (>F f'nieirtt Mar hat a vnod record) of the nfTain. of the criminal the ciwm circuit _court. ._ .ci'_ _.! _bilU_ _in_ ,
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of Norr..lk.'a.. ill'' visitor the \f.tieiif* hi-rihy trhin tint K If. Hntiirlaiii.rmrphTWMl . offire have .bf>. n k".I. n ? -
( Vonhy, I J. Philips was u to County -
trip.Mr. r .>f tux c,Ttitiri; t Vo *:t i. duti-d. the2nd ,In n.l..ol..n l T 'a-------------------------
here on a VIMII to HIM pun-titx" Mr. county metropolis Sutiirditv.Mrs. and l :Mrs! D. W. :Moore' were dny "t. .Inly.\ \ .D I'M"! han 111.... .aidrrrtiflcHtf "vi.II l,1.01..1' ., ith nm thr.i i'nd reciMfN to, !'nv' "r"tint* .in I "n'\+,,' ..Iiiticof"* the pence. Coat- bill_ in.- . _. 15O of

and MTH.' K:. !I.. 'roxby. : H. I ii! Wombird" nnd son KilnicT business visitors! to Starke Thursday.Miss ... in my nfTir. .n.1.l han. mel. ",.,,11. count nod portie'lrtv; n..'. .! t h.. rompr. < ntaaitiiitanU cutter ?.-. ---_ __ ___..----_ _criminal _" -. 1/3.,oti
for .1.,01\ l I. accordance
elf I in \ tn jf tn
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MiHM I ICul"y CruHby xpcnt :Monday were, tritnxmilng business, in : Eloise Ousley and brother .* ith law *>*n..I.l rliflrntf' mhrnfr th- fnlln In Rennectfully the nevernl .ofTleo tibmlttedM ( (VVitnixa' . .fte ,- -. h .. --____0. - .. 10000'Mirt

8' In Alarhim.Mr. llumi>to''" Saturday.S. f'hnrlie, were visitors to Hampton : ..... 'in if .." inn1,1| t rnpi' run .,"R..I 'm PrndI .I.I. \R'I'Jf.'Tn lHAmiUUnt Mi. oIl.. ,! .n."flll'h..r ci.mnii|*..n,"n ,in"n"imol\oncy fine. rtc .cntn'n colIlCt"l 30 uO.
fcrihtM] until In BradVtirtheant
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; fi '. nod Mr*, Mills arid ,rhildrcn of |U. Swindi-l utah :son, Willis, spenta Saturday., f....... ...,nn". ii..I., .....". State AuditorNOTICF f. . .. '''_ _'' too ro, .
. .iiiiz' irn.r ii,.,.. nO.I' ..
. Starko! and Kpont Sunday here at the day or 'Iwo during. last week on f'alvm Triest and Blan'on Ou.ley ; ..f Rir i Quarter;.OrcU.ri; : ,nf North,. 'I S.t R QuarterCnrth 1' E. OF S \I F ..) .>f Jurir.. ,in crunmul,, \ CBJ.;. '. \i7-;:; v '-V

horn of I K:. T. SU-wart Smith lake, un a (fishing trip, "nd report spent several ,il.iys recently on Smith ,.ft I Votice |I. hi-rt-bv iri\en that tho l onrd fcountv .nrnl. ..JUst.. ci j." lift ci,>" rut h . I 100.00 .
0The ... .. .. l'ioiflO. tfil, __. __
Mr.l and Mrs l I II.I P. Carney; and children very !good luck. lake on fishing! trip. !'he ,iHRuance ald land of mich below. certificate a.xM.il at in the the dnte name nf FIncil.. will.mmi..io"veil to r the of hltfnent RniK"and" t bent c. "till.l..r nt I I.I: f e. O' "ink, IICI.HFurniturR__-0. _- .n__ h500T"tlil. 180.00
, :nttrndn! rhun-h, at New Ilore, Uncle. Jim King w-s busmc'ss visitor fir'nilmn; ('.ibh was a visitor to it I'nknnwn for CAh at the enurthoune door in 3ta .
. Florida on September, 1 1. |*un. : _ _- n.____ '<< 00F
Kurulay. to Stnrke I'rlrlay. Hampton Saturday '.n.. i. Naiil. certificate flhall be redeemedBreonllnjr at n nc'ca .
. .... thi* following -
m personal
to law tax deed will )I.* th r .n r property
i \1 ells rH.'' I'n-il" ,l and I Ia Icy I Ha/i-n :Mrs.l Madison I Hall .ind son John The farmers of this section are :nn' ..h.'h day nf September" \. p 1'1\9. 4 heal of mule. two double ......on.. I cann .
.. and IX'WI.H' Shrivt-r motored to Karl-: were visitors tn I Hampton !Saturday. all through!! pulling fodder now nnd WitnrpM my nfficial signature, and aid thlf \. tent and on. trrnder also all to*>!l-. tn l...nwintf .
he nth of \ ft 1"1/ I to na day \nirtiHt." 1 Fralick
ton lloach laHt TtivHiliiy afternoon. I .list Tuesd.iy, : night n chicken pilau will hllHttll' rest : Seal| W T. WEEKS. I .M l.o bid-. will be received for the him. rf Hdw. &
:Mr. A ( r. ( owen, nf liradfunl! Hpent was sj'ivm at the !home of :hi r. IIn,1 - . .. -. .,....-... ... .. ..-. -... ... .... .. -- -..-. Hy R. A. \\EEKS! I''JO .
the wi'<-k-('nil hinMcKilamiK '. ; ( i. .M. Hcnnett. inert was . r. 'r err. It ,IJ'P'. mU 0 i.. ... .'.".11'. Deputy Clerk.VOTH C A TnBFRT!
: T. C. ll.ixcn" nnd [I.. A. quite crowd present tint several t :-.IFIi has.I'IHTlII'I|. \\\1( nF a OF KIOKIIIV, (1/ \rlt: ----- Chairman. of Board of County C''mmiAKinneniVttn ,

'p! Itrown Hp ; "''lfTui4, r 'f 'Inv r< .r1iflrnt No $10 dntfil' th'1 TCP. Hoover. mayor of Starke Florlilfl.y .
,* the homi' "f :Mix W. Andri-u of NPWItiver. H") t-njoyeil by MIl present.' Supper' was !n.1 I .Inv( of .'Inlv? \ 0 I"'I 17 tin. HI...! nl.l vIrtue of the authority. vested In me by Clerk. 44tlfir
x er\fd, and lit n lute hour the iies.de'pnrtei rirtinrn'i-. ...u5 i.ffip. .. nn.1 I hn* mel l nppHrnil. I nw do' hi rt.by ,.all nn. *.I.li"n{ to b.. held at -.- -
In fur in' tltfil. t,. j I.< ..... ,n nert.rilnneriih I hi. Town IfnM in the afrptaid town. by the "OTII F.
t I A. K.: Surri-ni-y uf .III'k-IIn\'III., was reportmtr, n xt-rv truod timi1.Amiing |I"u ,SiI, 1 ri'rliMnit. *, mltni..***... 'Ii.. fntw .,,',,,1111..1 \nttr thirtin on .'bv notice '. ,,"'.n that the Town Conn.
in here :Monday.Mr ''hnsc, pr"'-'" nt were Misses I !I. i Itur .1. rrtltl. ,,",|1. ,rv ftunlil. in n...... TI'FSnAY! SFPTEMREH: 9. .I>to'or ell of atnrK' Rrndford' ."' .nty. Florida, willme i In Starki:. H.iniwniv: BUilding)
r. -.1 t count v tloruiii, tn.wll' f' the purpose of electing tht foltowiw offl- t nt the cite hall on Tiday \u..,.., ".,
$ T. II. Shirley'' i IH viming rclativeH J torn anil I Mamie M Id'w"n.; S'clla doversettle !5.,,,"hw.| ..l Onnrli. .r ..f S..."l-in.l CJinrli-r, C i .. : 1'11"| nt ** o'etApk n. m. n. n .h.-....1 of ..,,..ni!.
; in ( 'r.-Mrent City this wcik.McitMrH. Kstell.Wncidaid.: RhodaSeiinett. !S.Mth,.",| QIn.tCr "T \.rths*, .t IFrr. A nn.fov"". |..-- fir the ,purnnflp. of hrnrlntr '"m''o'"'*
' (iuy T'lfiholxtfr Curl Ward I Minnie* I lldgan( ';: linand. Cer-; W..I Hnir 'I. W..l Hiilf ,,.( !I.,,,'hw.1 QIIBP.I. One CIrrk and ricpKlnir. test ninny AM I.. the nIne. ..r ori\ Oil Stoves
p I I. r "f :<"inh-, .no' <|.mrtrr. Sec. I 13. Ti| B. 8. One Mn,..hal pint Collector, t>rt.pi rty real p"wonnl or mlxid n-. ,,1.1
I Iind IMdon: Ilaxtor{ motored, tu Graham rmle' Ilinson Ethel: Jones. Mcssru.i'vy !1/ p on urn*. Two. Aldermen. bv the town tat ajm.>iior for thi. vnr 1 ..' .
!hiNt Saturday. nixht. r. Johns' niul .1. V. Jone.s. of I llamp- limil,I Initil. 1,1 flu" n.*i-... .il tit s thp I ilnl.' I rfth dm. \Hneiiiior. tivnlnt the owner or Count* c,f .".h pr'. -
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"<4imn r tiih CfrtinenK' In the namt.'f On' Tr.a.iror.tnnpectori. erty
Mr. and Mrs. .1,. .1. :Morgan and children ton ; KilmerVimilTil., Sum Swindfl, ., t'nlinownt of acId election : F. P. Shaffer.! n.\\'ITT l C ..fO''F.It. <5 Paint
r nttcidi, '.ivhurvh at New I lope Sidney mini. "lvm'' Tru-st Arthur Itcnlett. '.... nniil! efrtlfl,ntc thnll hit nilii' .mrHnrp 1 1. N. 1 K. nucleI 'uMnn' PifkIn \ ...' : Chulnrmn. Town OmnrM.
,.r.linv tn. I..... In* iln-il. will Imiur, ,, thrminn tptlmony whereof... I hereunto subscribe ". A. Tt'Trtt.Tiuwn .
c_!I Sunday. I Hi'rman :Moody. I.onnie I lliirhower I .I. Mil ,|ny of <4.h..v! A D llltl. ii n\ name and rnune the deal nf the odd town rl..k. .....Zt.J"t'rrr.r'1' .
y?.. I Jewel :Moody of !Lacrosse, "p.*nt and Hrymi Bolt: of Brooklyn ; I \\itm. ... my nlfu-int" uiirniiliirf,, rinil ., .1 thin tI n be hereunto affixed tile. Sth day of Auiruit.no Wood Stoves
II"I -ith' ilny "fiiifmt, A P lltn I"ii '
part of liifit week here with Viney \illiam nail ('hllrl, ,,' Phillips John I *nl- W T WF.FKS! O F nCOVER. rOil Fleril.' iF.R t.'I''r !SEP.TltliElt .
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Anllu"on. 11:011.: arul Hi,\eml others. ll, rk Circuit Court i ...., VorI. ..',in 0.. Fin !Sniili u ...."t. Mayor .,f Stark. Fla. ." ".b."SO.General t! 3flFflttmat Fund

a Ir. Trilible of Lai-rohse- was. here Mr. McHwen wax a ,visitor to ItamponSn "( Hy R. \i. WFEKS O"v" rl"'k.oT'r U'I'ITOII'1I' RFPOKTTal1ahaaec. -- ---- !la'.,.,. a* nudftnr clerk, of and the I circuit clerk to court enunt0ommUni'nen iwrotinty \ $16 to $55

j la"t Friday. on a pmfessionnl cull. tiirdn.v, Fla July :2 : Friday n hell t.nev. Herman :Moody( Wednesday for P'I'iI "I'F'''Ii' ITI')" ton TI'FF.II t!I'm.n Sfn.y f Otitln. C.,,rernr. Pre ,II".., and mil.) ..".> n* commUdlononi '-...) .
I ItMir: R "SM'TI'C till If Ta'lahn-inee.'!! Fin. Pay nf wherlff for attendance on counv Nice line of
t 4' Knuf of New HI'r.ViII Mil his home in I 1..n..rOMt"T tevernllays' lie, t. \a !S OF i i uiuuiii' \ r tear Sir : comml.itionor! ,_ .. ._ f I Co :..
hIM regular appointment here next \visit h'rwith, relntivi'S.. N..IIPIi i. I 1".1., I \. nivin Inn! W r FoMcr.I T *kns.' 'iii't <-"01.1.,1., an examination of the \ It..rn.y for eo .fly emmMlnneraanr ."
I ,ir-Hn-ir r.f( 'n .. ."n."'.. No I" .lul.-.l. I (h.- 0'I. ," .... of flradford county and heir leave to ,en, 'U,,,r ->..r rtrlHrntlon _. . i
Saturday und Sunday ut the Bnptbtchur..h. R. M. King, nf Jacksonville, was ini' .lov .r ,Oily. \ D l 1"17. hn III.... unlilr q iiihmtt. thiM tin .. .in.rt ...n the name: Repair' to county bu'Minim :
) iome during thiweekend with his n. llrntli> mv otrip., unit hn mnitinnnll. Clerk Circuit 'nurtdcl. Court hoij." :. r Rugs
piitlmi for I 1,1. .| ,I., ,IK.u.,. m nri-oriliinc' Thi- l if t the circuit. curt. ha. accounted'or '.." . .. . ,
!l.akt llut-
O. II. Colon motored to nmily.Mrs '* ,ilh' I Inu :Sill, c, rtiflenlitmhrfiiii" thc fnl.| V'' nit I tux ctrtiNntfitt I \ i i..ni I Iii- I fnt" hi. hitndti r ..nhll", and flxttinK fir '
ler' Lift Monday afternoon : I.. |U. Ross mini I little daughter -.t. 'h, llnlf! of ':..", h'a.t ijunrtrr **.. 11fi ii,d wil'! ... f..en .....h..t trim <*nnd>datei* In tho C,.urt houne .. - _' __0. 1 ji" no
I .-.. !S H iii F. .., ncrrn I"I* primary. \* cnunty auditor h.keep.* .lal1!' _. . u.u.u__ 10000
I Mcsur i\. A.. (0.i XV. and K. M. 1 Ha-( (>f Hampton, spent n day or. two here 'rh.. niit Inml .I., Inc "-,.... ..of nt thi. itnti of . 1 zen pent ln..t Thm, .-day in StarkiMrs. -, turiiiir the week-end! with hor father lliiMimntfi. nt Miich. crrtitleiit In th. nnm0 I h,. afTnir-4 .>f hit* otflct' i inn rally an welllandlrd iTnlto and other attendanu _ __ i" i ,m
.."r II tin mill y. ii' T irht fund and water .. _._ 1 10 n.t
I IL T. OBti en anil chiUlren) of !Jr.\ Me Kwen.: I t'nlnK, unlil ri-rtIA>nti> hnll N- i-....".m d ('nant,. Judtre TriKiirani** . _ .. ____ .. h 2'd on kinds of
y Plant City, are' visiting, relatives and, ( '!,.%'(.land 1 I.....'. of Lake 5Ma! spent ..... nllnu to liiv tan ilml will I...... hi-ruin. The co'inty Judge. hurt paid ir pritmptly tohi Mlnwnncimad*> to catTier out" lde of
.......1'111' lust week llnl l- i .11 Hi.I "lh il lay n t <9, "ptcmlMT. A. n Mid Itv I county' rrcettt. from hunttntf Hcen*.., nail r. or hn..... .._ ._20000ftC.
friend: days nr < .,tn,-. m> .ITItfinl, munnt'innml' ...1 him I II C".)1". n n. nt n.cnrd. of thi ame. lie aluot ..rnnc .'. In.u...'. :
:Mr.l 1 K.: T. I Osteen) ,and, I IVa/ior Shaw \, I iii and Jin,ksunville i and and while i)' -" ',,h ilny of Viinu"'. \ n I'll"' I,, -t-. th.I UKoiil. .Ii .k.... rrtAlnintf, to hi* <.f'r. r.... "f ,.trle..... J"...... and wltn...... 100.00 Tools
la-t. aft- hire he ,"hasi, il K'nil, '., VV r WF.FKS ., Tn l-'rulay
motored to Hampton pun n to'ii int: < .u.
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FKIDAY. AUGUST 8. 1HO.! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE d

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t ill the ampaign will be on in full r KINGSLEY: : LAKEMrs. : I


!' blast.iifit. I : Guy, \,"?u>d and daughter tae I

HBits of LocalInformation ,,1 has proven it will cure Malaria, i 1.t ul'lwd t.. I their home in Atlanta Build a Bank BalanceA v

(( 'hills, and Fever, bilious fever colds after ...p'n.hnrr't'I'al days'' with \Ir.j:

and. lagrippe. It kills the germs that I and :'011'1.; \Pnrby. \I

<'1111-" the fever. Fine tonic. .\ I :Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and I

( -- Jean-I ,children of .Juckxonvdle have returned checking account with the Bank of Stark turns

i Mi-. \lB.. Norman and ;Miss[ home, after having spent a pleasant all your cash rt"ct"iph-cht'c, drafts, money orders

G..PwM1 0... r...... 'JJ.I".I ...diia 1 ti't'e Matthews. of Starke, are the week at :Mr. Paul Cnnova's cottage and itself-into bank balance. i
MI ,....-. is ... C.-O"" ...d T_ guest of their aunt :Mrs. D. 15. Ed money your

wardof :North: :Main street.-Gaincsi Col. and I ;Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Your bank balance is the amount of money to your

i \ ,illo Sun children, and :Miss :Mnbrl Edwardswere ,
-" I credit at the Bank, to be drawn as needed or trans.
guests at the home of :Mr. and
[ I'cun: Mwd in hulk at Kickliter's. I i-chool oi-n-iis+ enumerator and nttend- i Fred F. Stump T. H. Halllgan\ and ;Mrs A. V. Long Sunday. ferred to others by your personal check.

B MM-.. __ _- I :tll,',- officer for the county, was: a vis- i Mr. Barrett of Starke, were visitorsin :Misses Gladys; Gardiner and :Mabel I When write check the Bank of Starke I r'

IjG. i Livingston of Tampa, was uweekend i 1 ,itor to Starke Monday: the city Sunday,Gainesville Sun. Carter anti :Messrs. Joe Truby wore you a on 4wf

visitor, in Starke. out Sunday afternoon at the Truby] I you make the exact change, transfer tile amount to

Prof. S. L). Padgett, of Lake Butler, :Mr. and :Mrs B. M. Dowling left landing the right person, and have for future reference n

f'Eupt. Blitch. of Kaiford, was in was a visitor. to Starke :Monday. :Mr. Thursday turning for Jacksonville Messrs.Powell: Carpenter! and Furl complete, reliable record of the transaction...Your

[Starki Mnntlay. Padgett was. prncipal/ of the Cedar I where ;Mrs. Dowling will enter the ;Middleton were, guest at "Magnolia:
.- Key. school the I check is a voucher which your creditor must receipt
high during past term. hospital for t I'eatment.11': Howling Lodge" Sunday. I

1'1t'118' Sport Shirts :30c; at Stumps I will stay in that city until :Mrs. Dowling's Mr. and ;Mrs. W. l'. Powell null I little before he can collect the money.

if. -----. I ;Mr. and :Mrs Roscoe Lane arc I condition will permit his 1'<'-1 daughter, Martha, were guests at

( h.iiluHloi'dsworth) of Haiford, located fur the remainder of the summer turn the home of :Mr. and :Mrs. E. I E.: Cn- I Build bank balance with cnsh receipts; enjoy the ':.

wa, ,c StnrUe \isitor :Monday. ut the :Matthews cottage on i nova Sunday. 'I the privileges of paying with checks.

Kingsley lake :Mrs I.ynum Helvi'ston/ and two ;Miss Ella :May Long was in Sturke) j (
S', i ..1 tin t I, .old I mattres-i to Pullham in I children. have returned home from a Thursday. 0 | \especially invite checking ac. ounts. No I"'- t IV

Ttel II.IMthem made nc-w Cobb. :Mr. lI..nr1I1'nl's., one of the well I plea.-ant outing at Kingsley I.nkr. :Miss Kathlien Alvarcspent. Sntunlay count i is too large for our facilities and! none loo small t

known citizens of the Johnstown community They also visited :Mrs HelveMnii's in Sliirke: with Miss; lliliin I I to have our cordial appreciation and best attention. >
1.. :n Ai'! an-z, of Jacksonville, If
was u visitor to Starke :Mon[ mother" at Leosburg.-GainesvilleSun. Lewis. I !
[lp<" S IP I l.\ here with relatives.Mr day. If your checking account k'ptwithull/\ full statement .
. :Miss :Marguerite Shriver, :MCSIM.Lewis I
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accompanied by paid checks will be mailed ,
your ,
: :M.[ Johns Tuesday in Shriver and CanColloy I wereguests ,
K.: spent ;
:Messrs.[ A. 11. Williams. W. O. I
Ja. I. -.UN ill,. anil The many friends of ;Mrs. C. A. of :Mr. and! :Mrs. .1. K. Pm-is to you on the first day of each and every month. r'
Brooks 1 W. II. Shallarft of the I Knight will he sorry to hear that her Sunday. I

- --- Providence section, were among the health is such that doctors have advised '
Pi. G( i iV.. Brown of Lawtey, was visitors to Sturke Monday. :Mossr.John. Powell, Willie Epperson :
in climate
complete change
I n /
$ \i-itm to :-'tul'kIonda: )'. l Kirk LewiGeorge" \Vhite i I'ru' '- .
for a few weeks and she will to
go
Fresh r.wds for jour fall garden at Wnynesville\ N' C., accompanied by ton Policy, Kill :Moitt Paul Cnnova BANK OF STARKE M

Sweet RUMself ri.ingiKickliterV. flour nt J.. )'. KickliU-r's. S-l-21:! her mother, ;Mrs. Ella: Johnson Charlie ISeasloy spent Sunday uftor-

t It -.-We'...-- non enjoying the bathing at ICings- .
The Growing Bank ..
:Mr. Jeter was arrested on the same ley. t'',
Col.) J. E. Futch spent Tuesday in charge several weeks ago, charges :Miss Lucy Carpenter, of Lenoir N. Owen Griffin returned to his home

[Jacksonville attending to business.S. being preferred by the Alachua county C., and :Mr. Chas. S. Linsay were married :Monday -tfter spending the week-end E. S. Matthews Pres. Geo. C. White Cashier ; j

.-- authorities.The at Will ton- III"I11. N. C., on July with relatives. :Mr. and :Mrs. S. It. "

T. Itowling, of Kaiford, was n 17th. !Mrs. Linsay is a sister of Powell Johns, who are occupying one of the ;1\\

bU"lnt.visitur to Starkt Tuesday. local W. C. T. U. held their Carpenter the popular young Canova cottages.Mr. !. ",
druggist at :Mitchell's Drug Store'
r August meeting last Monday; afternoon : and :Mrs.. Roscoe :McLane anti
666 quickly relieves Constipation has visited in Starke) on several occasions
at Methodist: church. :Mrs.E. children are now occupying (the :Matthews
[ Biliousness Loss of Appetite and and has many friends who wish
W. Stewart 1I1'Ietlllll leader and the t cottage f
c [Headaches, due to Torpid Liver adv. subject of "Health" was discussed. her happiness. INSURE WITH : ,
:Mrs. T. :N.: Limbaugh gave a rook

I', :\11'". E n.> Say low, of Lnwiey, wasa Rub-My-Tism; is a powt.'rfullintist.'p. Ladies and children' fiats 9Sc, party in honor of her guests, Misses: i JOS- WILSON J''
in worth from :.00 : Elizabeth: Hrownlce and Grace, Allen.
vistor Starke Friday.Special $ to $3.50 at Stump-
kills ,
tic. It the poison caused from infected FLORID
I _____ ;Mrs. S. T. Pell and ""n. came out STARKE ,
cuts, cures old].) sores totter,
sate un Ladies Hats", $1.98 etc. Adv. I :Mr. C. :M. I'hillips is making some Wednesday I and have several I guestsfrom GENERAL INSURANCE .,

[worth from $3.30:> to $S..">0 at Stumps. valuable addition to his farm eight Gainesville.Mrs. .
: J. M.. Brown lee has returned. I FIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILEOwner
miles west of Starke by the erectionof
:Mr. and ;Mrs. John Shriver, :Miss j
8Dr. Tomlinson business home after spending several weeksat
J. P. was a :Marguerite Shriver and :Mr. Lewis a large bungalow. Other improvement ,
( visitor to Hampton Friday.Mr. Weeks "cottage.Mr. .
Shriver of Brooker spent Sunday at will add greatly to the value y

Kingsley lake as the guests of ;Mr. of his property, and much comfortto : and Mrs Sinclar Peek and !'Oll. J. T. Zaiueburg, OrunniH iisiom.ly. !! a man who had) no acquaintance '
and :Mrs. J. S. Norman, of Law- :Mrs.! I n. (C. Jones and children :
spent
and :Mrs. J. R. Davis.J. his family B. C. Scarborough is Ark. 7--r-tt:! with' them and should read
ftey, were business visitors in Starke the contractor.Ted Sunday< with ;Mr. and :Mrs! A. :M.Parby. --- --' - -- the following by F II. Dear a hotelman I 1

I ,Saturday.; T. l:orsyth writes the Telegraphfrom 'Oil I[ SALE 1 pair of mules, Thim at IMipnyer. :Mont. "Four years \ ,

Johns Monday and ;Mare Inland, Ca!., that he has H. Halligan, formerly' cashier Hugh Hrcwnlee returned home Saturday bio skein/ wagon .and harness ngo I tiHcd Chamht'rlain's Colic and l '
E. M.
spent after several
having
in Palatka and Jacksonvilleon been discharged from service and will of the Bank of Starke left a few days spent daysas $.'\01\. 1 pair of mules, $'101)). 1 IHarrhoca Reedy I wun such wonderful -
Tuesday the of James William Itrow
[ a business trip. leave that point for his home in ago for Leesburg where he is in co guest > nlee. small farm mule, $1 ian.:! 1 middle results. that 1 have since recommended l

Starke about the first of August. partnership with F. F. Stump of ., horn- $ IUfI. We' have closed out our it t to III}' friends." 1
Col.'t. Ks spent several days ff
:Miss Mabel Edwards of Gainesville\ this city, will engage in business an n 1-ronn.. tie camp and are selling/ these ._
lust week with his daughter, ;Mrs..l. -----
[is visiting her sister, :Mrs. A. Z. Ad- :Mrs. Sara Permenter, wife of H. F. dealer in dry good, shoes' and, no- :M. Brownlee., males at a sncrilice.' (Joilwin. liar- I(II'III\) l DDAIII{: SKilTF.II IIIKIltI : II
Permenter, of the Wateroak section, tons. :Mr. Halligan has been for a rill & Co., Supp, l-'lit. 7=11-it I !.II illl' I
kin. :Mrs.' F. A. Scott !gave a swimming 1
was stricken with paralysis last Sunday number of years one of Starke's most _
.
in honor of1: ... |II.| 1 I.. III'IIwnt..nn,1 '
afternoon and is said to be in a highly etooemed' young business men party / I FOR[ SALE:, HOME() : IN LAKE: II If 1'- V
J. J. ( "I on. of the :New: Hiver section I while in the wllt'rlk,.... andpunch .Noi'liin.il: I'iitiililii'H nl the Hume of III'"ullli""t
critical condition and! a large circle of friends hero will bonne with
was. a business visitor to StarkeMOnduy. LEKNice: eight room
: : wenioi, -well..| ieiirifil, I amilv' \ |irromineiit -
[ wi.sh him unbounded success in his one full acre of land,\ Tinplace,
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I I I1 I 1:. .Andrews, one of Bradford new lui-iness venture has on It eucalyptus, everbearingmulberry Georgia I Familyp t

:Me..,rJ. G
the Pine Hill .section, were visitors toSI4Uke was a business visitors to Starke Captain Henry E.: Freeman reached I II \S KILLED: III r :NPUKIKInteresting : camphor and peach t trees Also rune .\ prominent' Smith: (Georgian in ro-
:Monday. :Mr./ Andrews will have shrubbery the ,','ivilll(' the i-iuigrntiilaliniis' uf MM.
bushes vines' and
:Monday.Lnui home a few days ago after a long ,
about 500 head of hogs to place' on tour of duty with the army in France yard. Nice gunlcn, grows the! year hinds on his Miccess In perfecting aLreiiinne

of at- the market the coming winter. the Matt-men) I lij M.inMm around\ I am to sell at a and envily,I uperaled mosquito
II Mill, Lawtey, was i Captain Freeman was attached to going
HUM Tested 1 Modern mid 1 [tending biiMiiess in Slake Wednesday. lOfith regiment of engineers and fOI'mlll'h bargain before I Sept. 1st. For information -
; is killer.It \ ( of I Destruction.Formerly . spray l it into the in bed 1
[ Rub-My-Tism a great pain of the time' served as adjutant apply to H. :M. Wilnon. air your room. m
relieves pain and soreness caused of the regiment. For a short time 1 Luke Hitler: Fla. 7-IH-H The mosquitoes| fall dead.! I It la the

Superintendent Blitch. of the State by Rheumatism, :N'euralgia: Sprains.Nat before Being relieved' of duty he wn a sheriff of his. native .-. -- -- --- 1'ment. thing of its kind ever discovered i i

I Farm was a visitor to Starke :Monday. assigned to the first regiment of engineers county, II' man now living in South OKDKH Mill l-llll KMIIlSIn and never fails to .1|,, its. deadly .

: Williams has bought the farm and was stationed at Cob- Georgia" declares that on numerous ( Irriiit Court. H''..1. nf liirliln.. KiiihthIniliiinl : W"I k. II has no disngreeabli odorjIIM ; '
of his mother, :Mrs. Mary Williams, occasions 'hehas killed . I < Irruil, Itwiilforil. ( nm,,".-In ( hanrrry. I
lealzGr1may, thus having an opportunity ' mosquitoes by >H not stain, rlnllies nor funiitiiru;
Menu :Monkey :Skin: work Shoe. on the Lawtey road. Mrs. Wiliams" to see part of the enemy's the hundreds in his home merely, by Lulu, KilitintfH.: ('iilnlilrilnnnl, VH .1 .1/ IMlinv mid is Jill" ndrs' to human ln>ingi.Malnria "Iii
will move to town, having bought a Torment into the air. Torment .. iT-nilnnt. .,1'/'/
: $1.7! nt Stumps.Judge Vr ('ompany's country. He thinks Germany far behind spraying It IIPIII iiriiiw liy nflliliivit( iiiM-nili-il In. th* : i- ,IlIlk"oWIIh'r, ,' Torment ; ,
in Livingston
cottage Truby I the United States in development' kills niosiiiitoes| instantly even ,HI) nlcil In iIi. nlxivc-Hlnli'il, rnimftluit .1 .1..1.Kilillnirn. is IIM-I,1.| You can get ? |bottle| ,,f 1'01'.J
from addition from N.: T. I Hitch. : Ihf ilt-fi-nilunt. lh,-n-In niinn-il in n riHlilinl -
T. Wills over while the It has
.1. came her { they are on wing. mint null' '
notwithstanding bOlllllt.superior- ir 'HitStair ..( l-'l.irlila. and l. n ,.-.1. u sprayer| at your Gainesville and spent several days of ity over the balance of the world. no offensive odor, does not .stain drat ..r I the Klnliof' l-'loriila and rnnnnlaliinwlf fur :J.HTry!: this wonderful dincm t j
the week in Starke. Hardy Williams has accepted em- I Freeman's friends clothing nor fUI'nittlIInti is harmless MII that ,......... of nuhi'i-mm .run nut i j
ployment with the Southern Cattle Captain many are IN- smell| Uliiin him mill I. ii\i-r tin nunf ery and' "-" i"y""r sleep.Tnrilient .
glad to see him back home hale and to human beings. Keeps your home Lwchlynniyinm' M" IN thinfnriorilrnil 'Hint al.| '
I di-lldlv
( | til (ih/-
Hon. A. Andrews and son \V. H. Feeding Company and will move in //I. clear" of the malaria-carrying mos- ,mill n-Hiili-nt ilf nilnnl.' ,In-, end I in hi-n-liy n-- s. I
a few days to the company's farm in W' 'imrr.l' In, """I"'''' t<.> Ihi- hill nf riimi.lniiil"( 111.-dIn - '- .
Andrews, were visitors, to Starke ----- ---- quito| and you will be healthier. nndhappx ,, said IIIIIHInn ur tnfnriMmuliiv.. . (In- I t --- - -

:Monday.Messrs.. Clay county. JOSEPH: /. AM IISLMS: : r. Torment I admitted tu hi-. lay" or ,pli-niln-r. ,A. I II Kllll. ..l..h.|>IT\M.I'I- I tiniilliirritimirt ...... nnmCDIDCDC1wmmmmWmCUIDQWmmCDmcmmm: '
iif Mfii'l lull will hitjlki'fl UN r.
;Mrs. J. C. Adkins returned to her AT IHMIOKKN:: lit,'- greatest" t insertiride. rt.II', diM'itvrreil r. ..rd! |"y ..1., ,l.f.nlinl., Monuments/ anil( Tombstones d 1 )
; G. H. Fowler and O. A. I'n' well. / I ll i. furlhiT nnliri-il ,Ilinl" thl'. iir.li r ,l.i r ili-
annihilate'
;i- a' .
home in iamesvillt! Friday afternoon Iwh.ii) Wf-k fir MMriinHifni, !I. u.t-lia 4(
nmifl
Thomas, of the Bronkcr section, were 7., Andlers another 'dStroke's T., ,, S. M. I MUGGERS.; : Lake Butler t
Joseph tne"f I )
after visit of several I days with her aim' ''' q'i 1. ni' nl. m n tlullrniiriinl" ( ".1. liuni.li.| 11 n 10" pas
a
business visitors to Starkn :Monday.F. I r puLlixhrd| | | in Mali' ) 1.111,.1115., nml :Sliili-' ;
sister, :Mrs. A. /. Adkins in Starke. soldiers, landed in llohnlccti..V. I"d" ,,," 1'1| : : ? 'll, \ "'" d l.'l'l" I "t' l I"Thin I July/ ll>t. 111111! Agent! for t
--- and :Mrs Jack Briggs at Kingsleylake. : J., on July -J7th after several 1101J'nl" , .n Id I I. I II"!, I L'! William w T WI-I-K-J.I::I: ; "
A. Scott, of Jacksonville, ", is months spent in France with the A. '' I .'nil|,...- (trill' ii .in. I..1. '';, nil I Cli-ik Tin-mi,. < "'MlHv l Vllidollta Marble Works

I spending a week's vacation with his E. I"'. P'ivatn|illtv WKIilli ": CU-ilf: \ Years of ..'

family at Kingsley lake. during thpft.ican: crisis 11111WII" \ I \ I .\1"".. Snhrilor far, ('iiiriplNinniit Satisfactory ner-
home few
Curtis Dees" arrived a N i 1-51'
mustered but before ho could, CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING/ I vice,-IM tent IciiiKnii to
out elect -
days. ago after !nerving with the ordinance ----
:Mrs. :M. L. Wages, of Tillman S. C.,
department of the army for a return home IIP was called( to the colors =""flrlf.I'J'IIf'An.: I ..\ Hill f\\ III I-II from.
is a guest at the home of her !sister again when the United States d.-| I :MlHI OH 111 IN M Ill fI \-H| | IC
this week. year in France. He is glad to be 4.... J. \\.M OK HCIIIIDANolici Qmmmmmm@mmmmmmmmmmmmmtnmm) ) ( ( ( i
:Mrs." ,\. A. Wainwright ( : (
dared war on ( ('rmany.Ie/ was thenin ,
back home and will take up farming m li-r. liy Klu-n( Hull' W I' I.H.I.T. )
the later >iirrhiuii-r, nf 'lax ,ri-rtinrnl/ N. 'II. 'In'. the i'
1UO:! Infantry: being transferred l 41
01(1) FOR F.Adi ISSUE.'
ENI A
INK: I
:Mrs. R. L. Lewis, of Jasper is again. .'".1 Inv ..I luly.' A. II. l'.l7.| hni. llli'il, KIIII! .
to Co. A .' list Kniriripers.: .. thento 'ASII IN AIIVANf>> Y. r?'itil'rfiii.' in my.nlfici, and' Inn inmliiitipli" -
visiting her daughter :Mrs. J. C. I I :\inth Co. 20th:!() Engineers. AiJvrnUtmi-ntii Inverted under thU head i-ittii.M fur tnx dud u, .IHHIIIin' nrmrilnnriuilh -
We are proud of the confidence doctors mint be paid In advsnre.n ad.trnfm.nifor ,
Inw Hill.I' cprllnrnliimhrnn* I hi' folIMUIIIU
Robinson this week. I Private Anders has seen war at Its nor Insertion ....pl.d for "in. Ihan 21
in Hltuiili-il
druggists and! the public have I .1 .1Ni-rllH-il |imii-rty in IIrn".j
'' worst and is perfectly willing to return I.ul. rounly., Klnriiln.. / tii-wlt, :
Chill and} Fever Tonic Adv. .
Rev. J. C. Iliggs returned to tarkeIII..t 6f C -- -- Sniithi-iuit Qunili-r i.r Ni.rlh.'iiil, (Mnrt-r. DAVISAgency
home that the is
most r now war won '' Fill ,\LE; ,u In ml of "1(11' :-'ar; nlilI'l'ii'le n,.r l 1:1: Tl il. H R Zl I4"! iMiiH'Ihi. '
and
Saturday, reports a left and enjoy the blessings of peace. /He i K ...101 liui'l In..nu. n..1 ,nl' I'M'. rid", ".III"
Mrs. C. A. Knight Wednesday ,
delightful stay at Junalusfca, N': C. : : Berk-hire, hul"-. tt.'I, | irnl 'IIIginiil iMMimiiri* nf Niiph ct-rtlflcnti- thinnirii'.
for .Atlanta where she will buy theseason's a hn>th/ r of Owen J. Anders, of I i "1..I'l,1' , : : Ilrn-- Sturke, "f t'nknown. I I"n' Est. 1886
best in fall and winter mil Starke, who also served with the A. I '. .. until ciTtiflrnl.,. ahnll> )hr r.'ili4nK'ilirenrilinir '
Adkins. and children Flu ,, ... ,,,
Mrs. A. 7.. returned tn low lily ii "| will iNMHIll nun
home last Friday after spending linerFrom there she will go to E.: F.. and I while they both were in -- - ?n 'h,,. Mih ,1".1 Septrenbrr! | , A D I'H'i'
Waynesvillf, N.: C., :Mrs.! W. E. Davis several towns in France ut tho same wit.,'.. my niririfil. Mluniilurinml. ., nl I tlinIn INSURANCESTARKE
lake. KSTKAY: YEAIIING-'ri'p splittine .
a month at Kingsley I roth day of Auiciwt A I n I'iKI
succeeded in
; :Minnie Bessent taking time, they never meetingeach ,
i andliM" ear swallow fork and\ upper ISmli W T WKHhl: :
while she is other. Clerk (Ipcilll. (',,''. llrnilforil. l''v I I''r.
of the store
Theresa charge away. hitt in other Ueen on
G. II. Hinson. of the section .--.---- ear. my liy R. A. WKKKM:
Starke - Owner secure I....rot. ri.-rh
was a business vistor to pliii e two years. can rii'i.'Hy"
TAX COLLECTOR'S) ; orn'ln.o) :
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Monday. ;Mrs O. A. Thrower Jr., has receiveda siimt by proving claim and pitying
wire from her son Corpl.! Earl Clyde Kli: d.st-i. E. A. Youngblood Theresu. '*- NdlK: OF Al'l'l \NON K : K Plr'r1l' UK I II\I'HII I
fH1fi; ; has more imitations than any I Thrower stating that he had arrivedat Its lass. I.AWH OK rl.llltll -------- - ---
Camp :Mills, and it is expected that Owing to sickness in my family I ---- - N"lic: in. li.T.'liy vi I In llnil/ M I' I i. r
other Chill and Fever imitations I home. Corpl.\ will .lie unable to be at my office for .r>iirrhnM Ill tax r.rlinruttSi, 1'it" .Im.il, 'il.
will\ return
market) hut no one wants he soon YEU--From Fnirbank large 'nil iliiv "f .Inly.' A II I'M, IIIIK Mini' -ni.liTliHiHl
is direct from having the next few days, the office being! nITiro, ,. ,,
acv Thrower Germany, blai'k ox with brass tipped horns in my unit hat riinil iihi'Ti
in medicine. They are dangerous: Il1t' |
of closed during mv stay in .iark Ni'nville. nlinn[ for lax ili.i-il, I to issn} Hin, in-ri'i.l liinriMith -
been a member of the Army known as the Arch Harden ox. Last law. Sn ld rt rliflrntf ,'".10...... tin f.louinv .,!.

: -:r-. J. J. ;Morgan and A. n.1 I ISurremy Occupation. B. DOWLING Tax/ ('oll."t..r.II : : I seer at Hampton. Kewurd $*>. J. I eniinty.. il.Hiril-i'i Flnrlflu| 'ppnpirty, 'tn-wlt..t.t..1 l 'in Hrnilrnril i- IS YOUR LIFE

of Rrooker were attending A. Warren Brooklyn, Flu. AMBt'I. I4i>iithi' nnl V jimrtfr of Norttii-flKl. (fmiitir ftRnit
to bu-ine.ss matters in Starke :Mon \It.not.: Him- work Shirts 7.c worth I ._ hair' of Southwi gunm.r. of M, ne,, ?-. INSURED?
$1.00) at !Stump SALE One old mule, IMnrti'r Runt Hnlf of NorthmM! dunrtir ofNnrthviut
rOK H-yeur
day. Srr, .
( tjimrti-r A Tp. 7. H I K f
.-- I Ir. II COFFINS CASKETS I It'i'i' pounds 1 good) for farm nr turlii'me i" Mr*..
J
has, been Informed Thuntil luml hlnir nn< .4i il' nt 'il II-I.! ifhi. I REPRESENT THE
:Mrns' and-iloy's h.ithin suits! 9Sc I Mrs. E. W. Stewart I And a full line of 1 , at a bargain if tuken at '.....nn.*. uf Much CHrtiflratf ii. In h.nnrm

at !Stumps.. i that her father. ReC.. W. Undertakers' Supplies i.n'-i fl.V.. Alvarez, Starke. It' if .fiim"< f'InrKUnliim MUTUAL LIFE INS.
I Inman i is very ill. :Mr. Inman i is in Mniil ','rllll..... hull IM 1,1,1,1. )
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Automobile H l'n rot.*. ii-ror'hny to I.. .. tar i ii|,.,.d| will' ln.-i. 'h. r.on
:Mr--, <". p. Tyson of .Ja'k ..nvil1t'/ Clayton, Ga., where he had gone to I Hilt :SALE: ;--- :My: Ji III.. ai-re farm :and ...11 ,h.. Mh' .|,.y of S, |,i, ml,,L.r. A ,II !"J.! CO. OF N. Y. THE
spend several! weeks. Always on ",,"d. The best ,s"r- J W.ii.i.' mv.ITti.. m! i""iu.i, MI. nnil,', .. '
1 ret-irnid, I home Sunday after spending''L : 1 r \ , \ l1119
ig/.d i. "
. wire at the lowest prlcl!". SpecialU b OLDEST COMPANY
rat the home of her father: a' ( -- W.or WKKKr.urt. : : -
1 Mi; \ EI"itt.. ; Hon. Joe Hill William, of Lake : ..ritinn tii tolepraph 'dor*. Lill..! hurr'. i :i.i'.i' i ihni ,. llrailfor.l f'? 0"1 I .,
I ,\. WKrKilol'iily: t IN
U R. : THE U. S.
f Butler, was a business visitor to '
:>r, Ii. ii" [ t ,I. rk
i :Mr W1.; Parker and family of Starke Monday. Friends, of :Mr .Wil I p.rJi'tered-) Embalmer 1..ru I . I : - ---

T.akiI''itlir.' ] wore visitor to StarkeTVedne liams accuse him of having a politicalbee I A GKFUT ItEMF; IIY-;

1 lay. buzzing about his bonnet. Time i D'WITr' C.: JONES : f'OR SAI I K -" ". r . 'i/ The merit of Chamberlain's Coin-! JOS. E. VII LSONr.tYt

I 1 I I i ii will tell whether they are correct or II I I Starke. Fla. 'I loam l 4 .i I .inGrfr. I and Diarrhoea Remedy are well

Mrs r a Sprinkle; of Lake Butler. nut. It is only: a few months now un =--=- ; ('0"" route. J10 per here known arid I anprei'iati'd. but th,'ro '1-1

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE.
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.hl' -- )In.i'ti able to lilt 1',1 many boyiii ]
Farmers I had I am anxious:<( to t' 'I II i
I Bradford County I bark to farming or to teaching an ULrn -- I1 raPENiECt1 UM L"w JIwp. I
\ 'ulturali.huul l where I can au.iiiHourugp "
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.y I : boys on the farms: I II' ,
st iciii u I (;.ooi ,iuMim:: : i OKThen "My I .success as a club memoir' \\ .i-

Florida Must Become ASugarProducing !:--OIU1I) ; E.\)) I' not without re-suits for" my fat In, .

havngern the "results, put
I j ino t limed} for, son-head of I some seed 1 breeding/ plants under th' .
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State ehukens that won the approval of supervision of the county agent ai"''i
: many poultry owners, thut i is, the has already improved his seed corn I]
,daily use of flour of sulphur given in I
and cotton.
i (IOy < '. I. 'man Kpt-necr) '.: \ the mash When sorehead appears, Prectically every farmer boy hll'l

... -- Dr. N. W. Sunburn extension poultry more natural ability than he is 1t'
+ r. husbandman, says the best treatmenti.s however fail
credit for. Many, ,
The finished white urnnulatcd, sugar! "pet lOll pounds, f. o. .b. factory. I to make your mush ."> per cent flour spend their efforts, along the line t that
! t i iR now being prciduce-il du"net fnun the By continuing/ the sugar making of sulphur, keeping it before all yourpoultry. will give .greatest service and bring I
fane juice in one continuous !proi-i'-ui, 1 process in the Cuban sugar factories That is, take Do pounds of most in return.
by tinu o of the cHiic-pulp! of bc'gns.sc' pure white grunulatd sugar could your common mash and add ;5 pounds I -.--. .. r tit
All In
; us fuel. have been produced direct from the of line sulphur to it. Feed this for II.\ (:\".\ / ) VM'UK:,; : \'.\I.lUI.EI : : Look for t ' sealed
This direct consumption of sugar/ .:, cane juice at a cost of a fraction of five days, then omit the! sulphur for the name: packages.
nfTectedhy a cent a pound additional. two days and follow this plan for
therefore not niiiterinlly The need und di-inand for incrc-se-i\ '!
if coal and The I Cuban sugar war produced with three weeks I
thc incn-ii-inir, rust ) production maUc"- it very' i"tiai -"' 11.1
k of Held hands and consequent 1": saltis also used I by conic. crop
um
fuel oil, in which u-spe-rt it differ a 'nl'ily 1 that all '''barnyard manure b<-
cost of luboi, compared, It should be used caieful, and is seldom I
fruni. the beet. MIIHIII industry UII well high us; taken caic of and applied! to tin-) : wt ,
us the I -u/ar) rrtinrry, industry. 1 with the southern United, States.Preparation of much value after the first do.se. 1 !ti..ld"
of the Cuban, soil was A clearing out of the bowels ill always I
.
Th' Jiinoiiiit i t of coal, (fur its equivalent Manure exposed to the sun nn
( 'in furl 011)) annually uii-d by the commonly performed, with ordinary !guild, treatment in any disease with I! rain for two or three ,,10III"'". i iI ''
heat, ai"I ,refining' muralindustries! i isapln'oinurtrly plows drawn by oxen ; and the clearing I I fever" but it Is needed early and seldom .I.I I liii; 'ire p'I'l'cntuSuf( its fertility.: M> I t)
and ninth of the ,cultivation wasperfoi more than once. Epsom Milt/ :a
afollows: American : !
/ : i turtle should he- kept under cover un11
hand, hors I be added to. the drinking wa'r' Helps appetite
with I can
meil l
lieel iMiii.iMlO/ tons: Americnn sui'urretlnrrv i it i i- ApplidThe to the Band I Ii t
'l.WIO.'MMK Ions, and Kurn-f: I A modern" compact American rune or" lo a moist mash so that eachilnckeii j value" of nianiinwill d'-pe l i, \'+ and digestion.Three er1

1.1111, Let t -ujriir, over I ,l.ooo.oni') / ( ) tuns. '1 sugar' industry, I located. on the AII1f'I'-1 of a to ,i pounds of weight i 10 n large extent on the kind of fi-" ,I ; : vq flavors. rr
r Oil the< level 1/llIeI- of 1 the AincricanSnj'itr ican sugar J peninsular, can produce, gets a )-1 teaspoonful or less. Under : givi-n. the animals. A rich grain run w aa
,
'1 the finished I white granulated sugarat the use of Hour of sulphur sumo chickens -
niiiHiilar' ( Florida" ) sun r. lieu will proeluci' manure of nvi.' h C
ciiiicmay' he produced, hy mechanical a cost of less than 2 ,'('ntllll pound will fall to show any symptomsof : more value than when no grain is wl S not enough to makeWR8GLEY5 ;
tiling similar to that of the western I On April ?ilth, 111111( the 1J. :S.; 1I D,.- sorehead yet they may be having I> red . L f

+'' corn fl-'lil.-i, ; but unlike, the corn ((01' the nnrlnient' I of Agriculture leporlod! t that a mild attack that will ,prevent them 1 -" -..--

bert ) the cane is harvested on tho ,, the (Kench Minister of. Agriculture/ had! having it later. ; I'IiOIIIIIIflON:'; .\M: Iti'I'R> .\\\ BElna: ( good we t
American Sugar 1 I'eiiinsular each year, 1 I requested the sugar/ manufacturers As helpful ill preventing an nut- I CKOI' I i
for four to ten consecutive yearn in :', ":'\ot to t barge" mure than" $0.flfl:! ((01' break of sorehead flour of suliphur U I E must KEEP it good, until !
1 l Pticct-sHifin! without replanting. The ::t ilc| per" pound, for sugar.; advised.; For this 2:! or U percent is Prohibition indirectly ,productnn. l
labor! cost of the raw material for I The existing European" sugar shortage enough. Remember that all this. I extraordinary condition in the it'vary- .,
oiine-Hiigar, thus produced, ill very 1 about equals the total. 101K! sugar treatment will not excuse taking proper berry market this year. you >get it. -- t

]low UK compared, with raw material crop of Cuba and all oth'r.IIt In- I' care of your poultry Avoid; the i I'ricps went higher than ever before ;;;; e

for beet Hujjnr.An I d ies.As 'n'M: dal'k. dump dirty, disease-in because a Chicago packing/ louse

a )producer for raw mntorial for !I I a war measure" for the )purposeof fasted! houses.. opened what was! said to be the largest Hence the sealed package ==
f'' sugar, the average beet farmer ha* ,, "\\111' emergencies, and with the ---e- fruit, preserving plant in the
!: only (fat; "per cent of the elliciency ofI intent of meeting us fur as possible |'|{|-SIKVE::; : : .TKNCK:: : I-OSTS world in the heart of the strawberry t

the I modern' elute farmor/ living in the I the shortage of sugar and bringing/ ) district of lU-leware and the eastern Impurityproofguarding.
I ivmtu,red cane HCI.lions of the world. I i' about an even distribution of the HU- The increasing' value or timber h lumber shore of Maryland and bought/: the r

Hand, labor beet mu..t give way to :. gur that is available," our, own )government and Tenc-c posts makes it worthwhile product of great berry producingfields preserving the delicious con I
r muchiiic grown, sugar! cane, us raw ; formed. the Sugar Equalization :: to lengthen the lives of theseif virtually without regard! to cost
mater: I fur the world's<" :,ugiiisupply: ,I t Hoard and provided it with large it cheap 1 preservative) can be u"'-d. to meet thc tremendous demand fur,
but, Western American beet augur ,: capital. It is well known that an ordinary' i i-i> cream! and soft drinks produced, tents -the beneficial goody.
C, With its to its pnrtuliuu advantages to This Round. purchased, the entire pine post if coated with tar will last by the "dry" period.Slrawherries .
E. nearly market'will not be tli.JlIIl'l.eI'fOI' Cuban sugar; ciop and furnished" I it to severaloars" I 'longer: than one that is that normally sold for i
years' to ,conic. i: all of the American refiners' at a uni- not heated I'rof. A. I'. Spencer of I f'fat live to ten cents' a quart wen-"
C'ulm ill I I'.llb!) produced" 1.5; tons of form price of. $7.L'S: 'per 100 )pounds, the Extension Division of the College/ -nappeup nt from thity to thirt.- r
., cane sugar for each one of its 2,5O( ),- I I c. i i. f. duty paid with the understanding '!- of Agriculture says if one will take I seven cents. The price to the consumer The Flavor Lasts = 1
i' OU))(") population, while beet sugar Ilusf I :: that the. white sugar be sold. at into consideration that after about never went below thirty cents

; 'f ale produce l only, 11. I IJ: tons per sugar ,, nine cents a pound, wholesale, within I live years these fence posts may be. this n ,ii :Strawberry: syrup far
factory emplye, or, about one ton of the United, -States. worth I twice as tnucb us at the present I flavoring soda water formerly" sold at O
sugar to each 75 of population. (Germany ., Cuban sugar u !is the dominating factor time they will be impressed' with the sixty-five cents a gallon ill now queiteilnt SEALED TIGHT "'" KEPT RIGHT

$ I'.il't, :! pioporlion, was a production ,. in American, sugar! markets, and fact I that it will pay to treat these I ;s.riii:! a !gallon.liiiinei's I tyG
'' of one ton of sugar fur every for this reason line grin intatrh sugar posts with a preservative.The me< e-lateil. Many of them)
:L.t!: of its population, and that of continental has remained stationary at nine cuts, forestry division of the U, S.IK'partmont made 1 an average! of SKMIO) 111a"I'' em, I
1 ii' (I 111 I(III I Iil{ 1 lllll f((1111 IIL11illl! {81u41UUlilI I iIIIpl1111iglt I i III 1111 IIpUl111QtlrJfttCffit
,
j; (United l States, i is only one ton wholesale, for many months Agriculture has made their strawberry ,'rllp1on for each I lug( population I, although I 1 The Sugar nqualixation: Hoard being repealed tests and information con looking/ forward to big profits next: ,
;. Jt. .:lemons: par .eiijiiLie... : :. :needier: imimjiiiitioii :::: ,strictlv__ ,q, 11 tour measure. ,. its. art iv- corning this can IIP Secured! lv writing y tie r
W' was: lint one-batf the United, ties should, and probably will, terra i the; chief of; forestry:; at: Washing: The packers when the strawberry : : >Ii lt itaL7l'I!: jQoaaiaoaQQQ' ;iQQGauLiucuijcii'&iuJOijfiioJOHN ( '

,I I4: Suites per capita sugar!!: consumption. note in December; and the natural, ton. A number of materials are on season was over, sent the employe- } B. STETSON UNIVERSITY 1;
The )pioducliim/ of sugar!!: and syrupfrom [) laws of "supply' and demand", will the market; some are of greater; value to other work and closed) the factory
the. juice of the sugar cane rovers again control the distribution, of thewOl'M' than others ___e
8 LINCOLN: Ht'LLEV I.itt.D. LL.D. I'rssidentUiLand ,
Th-IX.
,
a period of over, :!a,0in> years/ Cane sugar product.r'rom -- -- THI: BEST 110IEIIlt1F.; :';
sugar production| illIII exact science. ,. I ( the facts stated it is apparent '' .FROM: CH'H I lll' TO I'AK.M. OWN- 'It Florida. 9 5

.. and the! moiK-in. :Sugar: ftngim-t-r: that, when the Sugar Egnrulizm: I KK (10. :M. Cuswell, ('ollntyjt.nt ) ij SEND' : :NOW ron CATALOG I
Known definitely: what can be done! tion Hoard censes to function I the It seem' to be a common' notion l II IK C.IMDVATE: ....p.\nT IF.ST-D.If...... of Muter of ArU and Science.II'K .,
t with sugar!!: cane: of known yield, and price of sugar in this country will up- Ton years" ago!!: when Ir. J. C among farmers of Bradford,I county f.r, 1 : 101 .M.K; ; OF IIIIFII \I. ARTS! FOIL MEN-Twenty-one department In all.t ;
""' ;/content.. .\ simple pol.irmcoprtuickly '. proximate that of Europe' and we Smith of llel-'uniak Springs, wits that it is necessary to regularly give .1 t: (01. n.K: or IH I letcrinineK the sucrose. ( sug.'ir may leasonubly i expect to pay at least county agent for Walton county, he e hogs' medicine in order to keep them Ix( m.l..rl.. .
r ) rontnini'd, in the, cane juice, amian '_'(II> cents a pound fur sugar, with a corresponding visited a school in the northern pan healthI am therefore, frequently Vat, I.t.EnE I;'' : OF r. VW .radunlri practlc In Florida without tiamlnatlon. I
I examination <.if the cane fields furl increase ill the cost of our of the county and extended invitation asked to lecommend the best brand, of .Iit I I, I : I I | ( I
cr "f.( .IFe> TE: EII-I.p'l'lolI"; for Florida Uachera. i ,
ni.slifs the additional evidence required. canned goods, as wIII1" of the numerous 10III boys between ten and stock pow-ile-iM or liver regulator for. rtt
.
r r III I IGR OF III'SISF.\S-Unnklnif.! Bookkeeping. Shorthand, Trpiwrltlnc.. :r
I rIt.It.. manufactured fond products and eighteen years old to join the corn hogs.' To this question can only say
Ht J tl.IDEMI'-Prrpare I fur all high grotto rollrvni. I
: I-'or over !1,11( years, sugar" cane ban be\erages in which sugar" is used.As club that the best medicine is plenty of ''hl t ( tinol 01' \11,11; '.:,. II' ITS-I'"r ho), and young mrn. i iI
, 1;: boon. growing in r'lorula on n J'r'att' cane syrup can replace sugar, A. I F. Johnson then 1 Is, was one of I feed, .1' gnoel.. pasture, and clean drink nI 111(01.l : OF 1l'SI-I'luno. pipe organ violin/ voice harmony, chorus work' I l lQ
'1, variety of soils. The existing i / cam1 to some. .extent in the preparation: of the boys to enroll. He prepared" ai ing water and keep the animals free Special Attention I is Called ToP
fields\ of the American Sugar 1'enin- our food. stnndurdi/.ed cane ,syrup acre of land for 1'01'nI"'ol..lin to the l! of int."tinnl01'11114. and Ii,..-. ,:- s( iiiini. OF UNI AKTS .j I
t /
!I' Huliir. dfnionstratibeyond. cavil that, production in the American/ sugarline I instruct ions of the county agent and I For illl'rnlli.1'111" use the following 4 Pre-limn-nry ruumte. in .\nl..Uurny.. IlloliiKy, Organic and Inorganle
t .' .i .a@ ( hernixlrt, iiunlitnllit and quantalt analynli. Agricultural Chemistry' Mlncraldity ) '
,
w with ( belt will undoubtedly be a profitable being impressed with the plans asked I /
.1 sugar/ cane grown by approvedagricultural business for many yearn to ,'...m,'. I I for instructions ,during the season Disolve I one-half pound e>f copperas, i; (Genlogy, etc.Thi i I Ii
methods, this nection/ '
.
can I
,
rrv-Mi-illi-nl ( ""nr'hy.I" Illology Anatomr. naetcrlology. HUtrotogr.
In the prior. ending with on how to conduct two-acre demonstration in gallon of 4'i} ,
tcn-yur a iron one wa
( sulphate) I Ir
BucceHsfully and ,
produce" sugar/ syrup' I' /:""I"a, Botany General Chemistry Organic Chemiitrr Qualitative and QuantilHthc -
i 1 in competition'' with the world III\ !II t the average im-rease ill the in cotton. ter., Give one tuhlespoonful of solution r,'I' Chrmldtry, Phyalca. I
These facts being!!: true, i i.s it not world's sugar' ('nIlMumpti"lI11" 7."i-: !! II The yield of corn, on his one acre to each 100 pounds of live weightof ,. c in .,- (.,r Itelluloui Work r.-In Dlblleal/ LJUrmtan. Ri.t.". Enitllnh Pieyti .
l strange, that with the train load of 1)1) ID tons "per annum, and l0t,0)0! )( () tons, ; alas .10 bushels which was more than hog, daily. !: I> . < !I'irLrniiy.. Ethic. LogU and Thoinm. "I'
"'I literature: and, enormous space used annually for the 'J.Vycar period.In three" times the average yield! fur Walton I [For hog lice use crude oil. Every: :: I I
:I .p, In our periodicals and newspapers I ill.'I. the world's, sugar consumption I county The yield of cotton on farmer in the county who has lift,, J.QD' ) {1aCnt1'JaQccrOr.JCIr.rof.CK1rfIDOOnJrnmmJnO: : : {) ::7t71fii I II
during the war, hoimting the production was 'd0:! .501),000> tons. Of this '' the two IIl'r'n" one bale weighing/ heael of hogs should tinder a bin'n I f I
of all kinds of food-stutT.s, from amount :North. "anti rti, .i and Europe: 500 pounds. I crude oil. It is the cheapest and m.-t t tellicieiit -- I II
I "Liberty ciibliagi1" "tubers./ ." that .."", I'ill"1' consumed tinny 14,000.000: ,) The crop of corn was sold for $10 remedy for lice and ,\kin{ 'd! Habitual Constipation, Curedin
, no effort was made to stimulate, the ton tannin, , and the islands: in, or and the bate of cotton for $7(1( making ease.The easiest way to apply i 111"I 14 to 21 Days 1
countries bordi'ring the Western a total of $110.I ; the valueof it the hat" I "L -PtIs WITH "'f.!". IL.: ; n "p"l'iallv-
)production IIr on the Amet- !!: i II'I? ' Seeing i oil i.s to pour on wate i mu
sugarcane ,
lean Sugar Peninsular admitted! t the 1\1.it. 11'1.1.! liub.-ni!; ,, ins' consumed using good methods of (cultivation inch deep where the bogs\ wallow, II 6000 7UtHturr [('prepared"ti-tip. \, I, Ui-in> ru|"Tonll'-I.It relieves xtltive promptly for Mibnuil but .
; .".,.ii'ii.noii" iin .. 'nut t1\', remaining" two It gave this club a desire to ''may be placed on theuifaee/ of tin ,
richest !
rune sugareel!!: 1 ion nf the e-r.-' i h"ulel i-u i In regularly! for I 11 to 21 days ;
tire world ? million tons were consumed' in other I I'n, a farm. "1th,. Shill:; was spent { water in a dipping!!: ant anI 1 tin' hoirI Iv toinelcui. anlnrattiut. It Stimulates and
There evidently exist in this country )parts of the world." I -" l payment on a firm He worked I driven through. Ki-iail.ue/! Very Pleasant to fake. GOc
contain elementshich prefer a Kurope: ill !1111:1!I : consumed, 8,100.000! '. two years on the farm and, !paid! I I It may be placed on the. -uifan' of SEALED TINS ONLY per bextleI ,
limited sugar and. syrup supply and tons, and the United States, 1,10.000 I I for it, endeavoring all the time to j water in a barrel and the pig dipped' AT YOUR GtOCBS I.
high prices. tons. In addition the United States make the entire farm n demonstration into it. Crude oil i is the tint uturl oil.

As to three-fourths of its sugar annually consumes 2: :I\IIII.(1l1l1( gallons; ( along the same line of the ,'IubYol'k.. I as it flows. from the ground from MAXWELL tl..SE MICKIE SAYS
supply, the United State is ,simply a of II\ cup and molasses. :Mr.. John.on. now a mature )man \\ hi"'l gasoline; is miulc. I can J'lveI"
sugar merchant for the agriculturalproduct In the 18 years, IS'.iito! I1M3-1: I, II since leaving his farm has attended list of deniers of crude oil and (pro" i s CCFKCALOMEL : 7

of distant tropical islands, I'uropean: sugar consumption increased school and taught!!: school and served upon request./ I 110 not buy e\nn-j\i| | ,. cAxaw I "'411oo nttEONT COat IN tea 'H IMAy5
t l two-Ihirddr of which are foreign. I,,'>0i>.Ooo tons, or an average annual ', TJ: months in time army At presenthe I stock powders or stock" tonle I s. Save, _.-- ..N tl40llta" CM "AeuME00's'CAUSt' "'
increase" of :2't! :>.noo+ tons In I the is attending the University to WON1 .
Our .\.rmeriennCnr" :Sugar; Hoard complete I your money._ __ .__. "4e ".nitt'tp \ IF 4110 "Aln" <
.
I'f found it comparatively easy to "1'01'- 10-year .period ending; lul! 1 L the United I I his course in agricluturc.: In .. .n.I I DYNAMITES Got SNf tgcavt T'eawt.-n QrU"4
States increased. discussing his work with n. L. Ilerrmgton. Colds Cause Orip and Influenza OUT T'" '
Kf! nor'the Cuban iiriir' crop for our sugar!:: consumption A SLUGGISH LIVER 14S' iACl 'IN"'N'1' VACAt.t.
benefit. Conditions exist for future at the average rate of l)5.0iil!); ; I tons per 1 :State; (Hoys' Club Agent, :Mr. I LAXATIVE BKOMO QUMNE: : Tablet remove the it, NUQ O"Qa tN' 9"QM.

t "corners," by private interests which annum, or n total average increase for Johnson made the following!!: statement <8u.... There U only one "Ororuo Wulmue Crashes Into Sour Bile makingYou FLOW, OVA. ,. orr TV' M WAVY' PO
will not be for our benefit. :'\:'lI'thnll'l'i1I and Kurope: of I'M,000 : "It was the inspiration I received E. W. GROVES sUoiiturv oobo*. 3Oc.i PQ.\JN" !
'
i ---- Sick and You Losea
tons Its against average in the boy,. corn club that
(Our new policy must be "I'r.>tluc,' it per annum an 'RECOMMENDED; BY UNCLE I
.i America.." !: increase in sugar production for : brought me to the University to study SAM FOR THE MALARIA Day's Work.
The average annual incren; in theworld's :North': America and Europe: combined agriculture./ In my teaching 1 have II
consumption of 733ont; : ) of only Uii.OOO; tons per annum for
. Sugar Quinine One of the Three Ingredient Calomel salivates Its mercury. 1
several to the than they exported.
tons will necessarily cull for n."u- prior war.The
of the Famous! Malaria Medicine Calomel acts like dynamite on a sluggish I
conditions of Japan lone imported from far
rapidly changing dis-
which will .
production aggregate
gar Dr. Williams No. 101 Tonic liver. When calomel comes Into
I. I t 7BOD.OH/\/ ( tons within ten years. world sugar supply can be best illustrated ':'mt Cuba 21,000 tons of sugar valuedat : I contact with sour bile it crashes intoit.
" 1,1,1 the existIIIK 1 European: sugar by comparing imp"rl1111,1 e\- )4J2I! :: |:! and because", of the short I The United State Public Health causing: cramping and nausea. ,

, .. ,. .shortage, of nt least' l.ooo.ooo tons, p.rs. I'or example, in ISO"! Kurope: I "'Ull'"supply in her own section' ofthe I Service at Washington recommends If you feel bilious, headachy, con ,
It 1 and we have atotnl of I 1..0.0\1), ( ( tons. exported over one million tons of world Japan is now establishing a I quinine for malaria to which every stipatej! and all knocked out, just go
f r to the United States, out of a )I sugar industry on the mountainous I inland
I It mny be ion ervati\ely stated. sugar I reputable physician agrees. This U to your druggist and get a 50 cent
r therefore that there must be established total I ISOi! European sugar crop of I of Formosa., 'one of the ingredients: in the popular bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, which
S.500.000 tons but in 1 .M3: European ] .For like r"I1"on.th.. ., Hntish Government 1
;
within t ten years new sugar malaria medicine. Dr. Williams No. U a harmless vegetable substitute for
t' production amounting to not less than sugar exports to the United States I is undertaking thi development 101 Tonic which is prescribed by dangerous calomel. Take a spoonfuland
' 8,000,000( tons per annum ; and I that were less' I than :'JO.OO! tons, although of. a modern sugar: industry in quite a number of prominent physicians if it doesn't start your liver and
this new sugar production must be the 101J! :: Kudiipeun: sugar crop had I India. throughout the malarial belt. straighten! you up better and quicker !
capable of distribution by the shortest increased" to s.SOO.OOO! tons. The total Europe also exported. 22.1 114)0 tons I They say they get better results from than! nasty calomel and without making I7/
transportation routes to the centers li'ltt\' : net European "sugar exports of sugar to the Nile:<- and the northernand lit with their patients than if they : you sick, you just go back and get ?
I of population! !of the United to non-Kuropeon: c..untril.1t'lin ..1 to I western coasts of tropical Africa.There prescribed straight quinine. Dr. Wil- your money.If ,
States and Europe. only t7B.OOO tons. are many limiting factors hams No. 101 Tonic not only contains you take calomel today you'll be
1 Modern[ sugar engineers have perfected Fourteen years prior to the F.uro-I which will prevent the establishment quinine, which kills: the malarial germ tick and nauseated tomorrow; besidesIt
.. f the method of handling Multnrj' Penn war one-half of the sugar consumed 1 of a large surplus sugar industry in druggist can supply you.-5-23-lt. Ad may salivate you, while If you take '
cane and converting it into sugar "so in America came from the Africa, and which will also), preventthe lo
that in Cuba prior to the European Western Tactile and East Indies hut material extension of sugar; production Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days feeling great full of ambition and ,,
war, G9 Cuban sugar factories produced in 101:1) :! the countries of Oceania, the I In the countries In. or nl- I DniiWliiM ffuml mnner If PAZO OINTMENT: fail ready for work or play. It's harmless?, .
about one-half of the Cuban Western Paeifi and Indian oceans", imported jncent to. the Western", Pacific and Indian in e-uri' Itching. Blind, Dteedintt: or Fnttnlitini Pi-! *. pleasant and afe to give to children: ''
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!'"rani ,', rituv It t(mj PUi' nnd u "i-aii' s-1
sugar crop at an average co.t of $645r' 11.1,000 tons of sugar more 0<.'<" :, ,r\ll.) !n-u; a.'l t r t..v tint iiiu.xiua. like ,10' >> they like it. ((13-44) .


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i By Joe t.arman: in the Palm B.a h PoM ] mlwi': i.I 1111 ( :-

Do not allow the 1'1'' \ ..

poisons of undigested j ''h,1I, 1'1'' "" *
food to accumulate in ",'onl I,,,, "" pl" "" .1 -

fl< ''I"| -.I" ,iiitr! I'tornal in the human of ,.am,'. your bowels, where they I .II" '" 'urc""- : I"t"' 1\ \ '5

lucu-t, Various governors "f Floiidu I I lwvtentleied <. are snorted into your :jll rt ; aIWI" \:..;; ;o
JUan ni'ver I is but ulwuys to be blest." system. Indigestion- II f I .m
: him a pardon which, he has I" ,Is I""' ..,.
anchor of the soul stipation, headache, bad I .... .
an
1IOIQ) is declined. I g blood and Illblh 1 ... .. ,
numerous II .. '
Both juie and bteadfafct. ,Ii!
Some folks may have curmsitj" how, I other troubles are bound I II ( "
Without hope of pardon or liberation 1 know much \\ \
so about Florida's Prison to follow. Keep your :
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those that arc confined at the Farm.I system clean as thousands :;:.L

'\Ctatf 1'rison Furm would ever be in I have been there. I of others do, by ; \\\. Cigarettes made to
JI
taking an occasional dose i &
of J @
the
depths despair.! On July Fourth I was at tarke: of the old reliable I J : )
The State Prison Farm' of Florida Florida celebrating! I Independent1'tiy I veg. u- \,. ... ,", ij I '
etable family liver medi . .
taste
$Ss located at Kuiford in Bradford I and\ while there, nwt Sam cine. x...;:= meet your WJ' '

otz n ty. HI itch, superintendent of this great I :: _4-:: ". \x. ''sf

It I iu im-at institution.Th' farm who invited me to .see and inspcct Thedford'sBlackDraught ,/, "' ....- \\.. \ Camels are oflored you as a cigarette\ entirely ,
... ,
!,. great farm consists of approxmaudy i his institution. "; of the flavor nat! mcothness
;' 1.It-- ..: ,,' ". out t ordinary a :
1 18,000) ucrea. I accepted and am glad that L ." ,..,." J; '
opportunity '
It IS I'ollli( ) land and situated in a was extended. "'\ !'. \1t4' .- \\:\ ne'citetle ntta lwd. To bes reali/e I their quality .

,i-rti1. section of the state. There are approximately fifty tie -;".".. \ \,.... ".l'j. cotnpiirr Camels wit any c/ refre in rJ.t

There are no state taxes paid on gro( female convict and I live \\ hut<' d .',,,' /.''.. .i.II" '...I'e..I."\ the H'or/rf nt nny />r ceCnmels : / .

thi, fjim. It !I' owned by the state. males. ,,.,,''', .... .. ,tl I

The tau of Florida pays county The. white females.... usid tttw Mrs. W. F Tickle, of "1/11'/ \1ft. I, '' '; _' -,..J" flavor, is so tefreshinp, t-ntirin it will }

ftavto Bradford county upon value and make clothes fm' i mni.it.The i t ; t h I ir Rising Taw n. (h. writes: '_ .. -' I

fcf' the wild l luiul same bi'iriK in proFfiottioii negro f.'nmh.al'. u-.l. 1 pm i i r., i ipally V: "\\ e have used 'I Iredford's ', :'" .,;___ win' yount onceit is so( new and unusual That'svhat

), or thi- ,ami' amount of taxes as hoe hands, it )him;' II i t II l.J_ lilack-Dt.iught: : at it---- \ Cnmels evivrt; blend of rhiufi-, Turkish nru(* .. ; '(
r1 a family medicine. My '
re* paid' on other wild lands in the (mown fact and verified ,In ,i u :, "llIl1' '. molhcr-in-law could not choice Domestic tobacco j g ix't-s you Yt u iii prefer 'i

[county. ter, that negro vvonu n .11. II. I" -1. taktcnlo: 'MC! as it seemed this blend to either I.indol t tobacco smoked straight! r rI
;
Eight( thousand, acre of this great hoe hands that can b<. foun i I t.ioiii' nr.: for her so she : .

[ fjrni arc under fence.Four One nego women WII,1 i : t ., ' used BI.'uk-Dt.uicht as a
As smoke; Camels you'll note absence of f
mild laxative and liver you 1
I thou-aml under cultivation ;
I I neres are one year ago from Washinf 'ntu t "iiii
regulatorVe: use it unpleasant ci aretty aftertaste or nny tin-: ; ,
sentence of nny
""I'Vn M n jiaisAbout in the family and believeit

There is one field of a.OOO acres three months afu h<'r in. ai-, is the 'le ,t medicine for pleasant cifjaretty odor. And you'll be lighted fl.! .

|l>lante l in corn peanuts ami cow peas. ceration a baby was born t.i. In i' the liver made." Try it. to discover that can smoke Camels !liberally t. ,: .

It i i1- the largest field in Florida. Superintendent lilitih: a'h'j.1 thi Insist on tic! genuineThediord's. you

'.1 There is a lookout station in the Hoard. of State Institutions as I to disposition 2c a rackIt without tiring your taste I.

feenter of this great field ; no eyes can of this. bah) >'. >:e. E-75 i

|.ec its outer edges.!: The matter was fully ronsidi n d bj' I Take Camels at any an lo- they surely supply ..'J'\..

One hundred, and fifty acres arc all members of the board, and they cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever I. .

[planted in n'gl'tllhll's. finally instructed Superintendent '-. experienced., T/iey're a cigarrttf revelation! '

There. are 12):!; horses! and mules on Blitch to let it stay in Florida's penitentiary .

thi < !. !'"nt farm. with its mother. Only One Qu.... : ( lit You do not miss coupons premiums or gilts. \..

; One thousand head<1 of cattle-many All the colored, females inmates I AiI'- \\' York .Indue" says that, when You'll prefer Camels quality .
a wife tike: nimiev. from her "
arc high( class and well bred.There' simply love this baby to death.It Husband's

( are I 1,500:: ( ) head of hogs.Three !: never lacks for attention. I I ,i.ocKet." he entitled to itper 00 V 18 cents a package I .' .
cent, tlraubnek. Of cours. 1m U, '
| hundred goats. Governor; Calls visitor at The' hCft"
was a [
but what does that prove? Does beget : ' ." '''' .. t. :1\ :
( Fifty-five hundred chickens. same time that I was and l while we It ? One at a time. gentlemen ft ,U ::;;;; :.;.;::;.. ... ..n I... k-e lOll n .'."..' .n ; f' I :

[ One thousand turkeys. were going through the various dormitories ; t iil..u' ,..,..u..u., ft"V.." 1.t".". .. .,, ",.S P5 .
one ut a tllI.-Wu..hlugl..n. Humid. . ..., .., . ,,,,.. .... "
,
I This farm has of t 'h. '" 'he h. "' /I "" 1'/' '"'' '' uoo..i '
great vast areas we "reached the dormitory occupied ;

{[virgin timber and operates a saw mill. by colored" females. The mother -- te4 f R. J. KKYNOLOS TOBACCO CO. Wm.tnnlem, N C. ,.

I lit also> has a hoe factory and turns asked. 1 the governor and myt-elf; to hon UFTOFF CORNS!' -.-.,.-- ,7

[out a very good shoe at u cost of $1.83. or her by looking nt her baby. I 'V I'I r r., .,
1 iiiiiin? )
.. "' ] 'I
( per pair. She was. honored-we looked at it. I"
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| For the past year the approximate The little piece of humanity grin( I ,"" .. .".," JL !111,1,1,;,: :,: 111, jil I il 1:1,1: ,1h, I , ,: ill':, 11111I1111 'It i//i

Jnuniber of state convicts at all times ApIy tow drops then lift sores '
ned.I tu
{was 100.! wonder why ? touchy, corns offIousn't witi'S ..-
FApproximately KOO of them arc on After leaving the I asked .
dormitory NOn( <'K OP % iI'I ICATHIN FOR TAX I)KEIt.MlUt ; ) .I Hi41. h, diiy of Sii't A. l I' mill and ririitl.ali .
the tate'.. highway( and leased to tur- Sam Dutch if it were a boy or girl. Pger3 ISK'-IKIN H OK I'IIAITEK4H .,\. .. 4't' 54. Mini H'J ItiMriK, ,",'.>.1 l 1hi Vnd.lav "BAYER CROSS"ON

pentine operators, phosphate mines lie said he didn't know.It .... I.AVtM OK KI.OKIIIA I ..r Ju''). A. "ll IUI7 anil I him fllrd tin. aid
eirtihrittiw t in my "fllr., and. hiv niadw appllI'nllon -
and other public works. is dead l moral centainty Sam ll.r,ly nllrr ,III Kl\rn I hut I" W Mw,,. fir I IRS di'fd to uNtie, .in arcortlunri*
purclmNf of (tn, tintrirtlflrat' tu n"mb"n.1t with I ", 1 lie. sail, crrtillrntia .
-Approximately SOt are kept at the Dlitch "ain't got any cuiiosity. ri'Htu'i'UVfly ..1. 17'J nn,l 2" > ittmiol tiy the T.. ..t,10,,.....w I tin. followinir antIs' In niipi'rlively llnidfordoiinty. ASPIRIN
State Prison Farm. Punishment. at this institution i is I'.-.Ii is..,,,. of llrn.iriir.l Count y. Fliirliln. iai4, < I lorida.; luuuiMu-d, at glue dali> of thi,
r*>rti lira tit* l tu-Itu, >t >lnl".>l 2n.I l Hiiy. nf July A. l>. .
I nf mirli vrrtiOraU'ii I In lhi .. ,,
Among these :500; ) are those that are not often iKxiuiriui. > "n ** n>-
necessary. ''HI.. niul Pin. filial oniil rliflmliH, In ,
my > | ri'iiinrii, itt,
|Mili\y partlrularly JOt ft. .
r
[sick old and decrepit; also women. lIul'inl.1111 I ( ,.. only ..six punishments ..fnci. nnd IIH. niiili ". |itiirnlion| T.,r lux th'vit I l to-wit, ,
I.. ,IMHUO in .iircordniK i> w>th i ,Inw 'I Iii.. .nl.lrlillrMlfii .
Tht'rr are li\e cI"rmitor'i"M-two foreolorl.d were inflicted.Tliero <.<. I ri..|H.r1l\>..ly imliraiiH. t tin.\ r"tli>w* ( .TlllWnli.I N.. I III I t-mhrarm Tjil I II I of (Ilk 1
l )maleone for white males. is a large auditorium for tilt IniHlH, 'ni nr.II.1, l Co..itt y. I'loridii.. IIHl ,K m I. '1'. oIIr Con Add I to Hurl,'. ....,.....,1| Always Abk for Genuine -
lone ..uu I Ml, lilt.. tint>* of tiniHKiinnri', .,f mirli mri MiII \K Aldi rman. I
for '\ "lIll'n.hi'h? is separated, for amusement.Picture ,,, i I. rtilii'iitiNo" IHII ,.mlnitfr. all Noiithwi'tit.nun '
I lifiut.H In tho I h I TaMets of
Its Iv JnnflitrI
rinimH nt i 1" < > > "Bayer : Aspirin"Trt
I whit i. .11'I P I Milou'd I I, and one tUtt'rculur. shows are given( in t this I, I n t ,,,,iiirty ".1 forlh' t,i-wit : ., ut ut ,.( Norlhui,., .i ut rIN i of Ry 2A.\ I ;

The ..11.' all ,,"(',story: Imildingx anti building,I i every: Saturday night I t and I lei"- '.-ril'it-titi.\. ', N.. "I| i mlrun. loin 7. R. 1 A IIII of/ \Hv i4uiiSh-iu.t.:."ui A, IV' iiuillU'r r. \. in.of Noilh.a.t Nnrthi'Hat, ern'.t ipmrli'rM .,- "- .t ,.

are \M, II ,Kept Kach: has a dining room t tures are also held there. I I'lirrlHhCiilillrntv I" In 'Mlh. I In \\ .,.riititiit.ii. !>/.t.-..,.il V .1., South, I .linlf,, of Nnrlhi'ioil, ipiniltr. of Humlii'iuitIIUIIMII ,

f atta< l ''I. .d-o manning, i water' through Religious. services /are ettritl l III I ted i i I Iv'ery I No l.a i-mhriiri %%i,'. hIt of A iiunrliT.Koiilh, half 1".,.<'of n.Soulhni.l'II'| _. H' .iiuilflcr It. 22 K.ofSoiillnnul :

fall t ti.i, 1 li .ddill and sufficient hose Sunday: morning at I 11 o'clock. VorllxD. _, (ittn ri'r tf Not i '.i ios-.i l 'tim rter. S.... sit ii,'F...., ,,,,.,,,,.,'d I?tn known 4k .111
| IK Ti.| C. S' |It. !!2 K. 20 .....-.. iuiH.eil It L ("'','tltiu'itt,. No. |IH? imhniri' ..l half ofW..I
and In." \tinguisheri t in case of fire. A minstrel show is pulled off fru Ml k. ). i luilf, of MoillhniTl' ,|,iilirt, r of Houlhrn l

i.h I ii'i' i miti.rj i t has four hath tubs, iiently] l which the' i prisoners enioy. I',-ilillnil, ,. N... I'll. ,..nil.rnrr 'Lot 2. Ilnln limn, in'. H.c _'-. '1'" r.. S II .'.' i I-: ill amian
four show baths lavatories and ", '. N.M, I,.. lliini|>ton. ;I.... !I">. Tp" 7. S. K. .i.twcil. (L W. Carter.
.r i The greatest punishment that can ._ r ,. .,. ,,.
I HIH .1| DmiM llfllamy Vrtiftciili* No Til I ImIri, Nor!iuw.'st iiuart. -
eleven ,nii'i-siny i toilets. be inflicted upon any prisoner is todnny I I'lilinH ijnlil, errllllcaU. Hhall I IM rrdi'..mviliirioi.llnii I t. r of 1"11".1 ipiarli, . r of ,," Ito. -l .|.uirl. r. Only Aapirin Tuliha wild tho nnfo- ,
Tin :State. Prison Farm has an electric him her the of witnessing I to law In* ilfi'il oil i II) I.l .",,. on the $.... :". 1'1'| r.. i4. K .'_ fc; I Hi '" r-u.. ....,,,...,1!
or privilege hurt a bit! Drop a little .".Hi, ln. ) of Auituxt.. A. I D. 11110. .'"n..e Hit'lNT ty "li'iyc-r' OUHH" on tli.'in are genuine

plant which supplies lights and, these, minstrel\ or moving Pi''". Freei.iic., on an, aching! corn, instantly: Vt I''1,1-... my orn.-lnl niiinnliirH. and ",'al. IhliII. I',"ci,ttmii'"' No. MJ i>inl rari. NorlhwoNt iiuar.Ifr "Huyt-r TIIII..I".r. Aspirin,, ," owned ,

refrigeration( ture shows. that corn stops hurting, then you lift I.. .L ut.l diy nt .Iul, ). A.W D T item WKKKS ii. II' l'1,1 of: Ni,..rthwi ac'r''.>.Ht.ami'Mi'd'I"'I. ,-'.UnknownOnlitiH HIT :tI". .T, |, ft. 1"I iiml iiiinle l hy AinoriruiiH utul proved

I'Aii', prisoners are required to bathe There are fewer state prisoners now lIlt fe l l.y nnllioiis I of pi.'opli'. Unknown
/ .
it right out. Yes magic! H. nti" ..'k.| itafd ci>rllflrnt nhall In ri'fli'i'nicd' ,
retfulaily and, once each day during! in Florida's penal institution than Hy K A WP1KS.t I "....,'.lIn. to ""W. lux dM'il will Imoii' thi'rvnn iiinrititiuH|' of frninlulfiit Anpirin Tab-
A tiny bottle of Kreozone costs but '"..', on II hi. Jllh of AiiKUHt A. l I' .
the l>"-|.illy C'lrksorir IDIIlWltniKx ,
summer.vcAll thenhave been during the 1 past ten li-ts were Hulil. rurcntly by u Brooklyn
.
a few fonts at any drug store, but i I. ny ofllcinl I Hlnnillur, anil. Hfiil Inn,
bed clothes are changed once a years. I thi., JJnil: iluy oC J utiy. A. l I. I Itlltl ili'uliT wliii'li ,proved to 1 bu rompOBedmuntly ''f ,

week. Prohibitionists go to it. Budicicnt to) remove every hard corn F: ii r i-i'i ,\rifiv, : inn -r,\ \ i II. t'n W. T. ; < of 'Talcum I'owilor., ,
soft corn, or corn between the toe I'IuI II "MK' THIN K OlII \ 1'1. || (FI..h WKI'.KH.Clirt,
tl All mattresses are manufactured at Those who read, this, remember the I4HH, I I. \ M OK MOKIIIA.U Hy 1C. A WKKKH: : "liiijer Tnl.li'ta of A ."irin" (thouM

the institution and are made princi- unfortunates that are confined l, and' and the calluses, without soreness or n lv, niillnIn I, irhi'n thai A / AilklnnMini. -2B-r.t "lu-puly' Clirk: always 1 ho askt'il, for. Tlion look for

irritation.Frceznno. I .MS, r nf ln\ utiit, t. rl.firattM. leiniliprr' the
pally of shucks. when you have a book a periodical or ) safety "llayi-r\ tlroHs" .in thu park
rIKi' ly .1 I I I'llt I ,. '.
rsI i nil. iut.l| hv .h Tn ( .1.
There ,is an excellent supply of clrink- other\ literature that you have read, is the sensational discov '. <. r ',1 ltrn.lfi.nl. County I' I'lorlda' ...hl ...... SllfK h; OK 1)18(11 Allf.BHlx UK'1 I'Hil on rai'll t/it.lft., A'-,.rpt, nothing i

inll Wilt from an artesian well. send it to Supt. .1. Sim lilitch: whosi cry of a C'ineinnutl Kt-nius. It is won ."..h.-,,, I I., |hut" ""1..1 l Jn.l ilnv. of tidy A. IIl nionllm .rt... dale I"'"..? I will pn.....nlmy i i-lio! I I'ropiT' ,illri'i-tions i anj dflll- -.
dl'rfllJ.-' AdND. l I mill,,,I lm. nl. 'I, .,,101| | ... '1,11.'nt< H in niv offlri. voiicln ... and hunt account to th. lion
tTht' health of the prisoners \i.# very address is Kaiford: i I Florida, and I thi.r.. 2h1.ITh'Th. 'V I hns .niI.. iipplirtitlon for tutu ,!"'>'.1! tn IIi.o; \. t;"..lIn.... County' Judviof llradforil, UKV III i nub AHpirin, ,.,'kll'I'!:: .

good.The. l br add your mite that the uiifotMn.it' : .' - - .. 'n, ......,.1.".,. with Inw Tin.filil' r>'r. r.......) "M.Mldn." and l ..." for my filial .11.. Aspirin is the tnnl.murk 1 > it. ti..i'..'''h..''y imlniiriH th.t'it.iwtttv .h", "". HM ndtninimrntor' t .u.r I Ito ciitali' of Car.
kitchen has !five thirty-five gnlj will be bein-litti. I : ( nf r loru.ti"'lt'i.Jellt..rot '
man or woman > ,in llrndforil, Criint i), loridn, nxHrxfi'il. ti r Ni'WHnni. diTiiuii.d.
j Iont"alll"l',, and one large eightholelrori Mister Farmer or" :Mist, .t. I i i .. ".' ilnl, <> "f iiiMl.sne l .. of ,> ,-li ...rlillrutrnrinniiw Thin I Illh I day of .1,'iii'' \II! II. Sub-jlii.il. Ailv. No. IM.lirove'i .
> > n>>>|iirtl\< Iv In.r, tr>nft...r riirtlr. N. I Ii. HNWItmilT ._
there tim.wi... ,tin ----- - - -
i.inge Grower are" > fnrlh. '.,.-wl' : 7'I 11-flmiHi.I AilmlnUlrator' p
I' "'"..11. | i- ii-i-d. for fuel. and during! them markets are eric" .1 tel I. , ; % 7 HOTEL i i.,. ni',. Nn I >'nihrnrii it 'thi> Sotilh half! Is'.ldc.4: chili 'Tonic
'in 10.1 t tutu. ri.. r A S'.ulh hnlf I ,.f. Viirlhi
\\'the' ;)'mmt si\ months Superintendent speak, anti you are unable" ', ,t..,, .I li, i . OWN 'V JACWONVIUt'FlA i i-t A South' hat?. S. r 'Id. Tu 1, R< vitality t 'nMi ' / "l./ ourifyluil anil 1 **,"
; Sarti Mliti h
.Jjthe 1 dead woo I : i [liropPalDl I\-Complote< dodofiv< 5crocredwtjhte nilinif'. lioiiln I' iut Munilny will hi' .I In od| '.\at uiSu.i.i"I'uhlii-",, I I'lKl,!" Auction, II Ott Os un th thi. nliiil, 'InvliloriH.-' I 1'1. I...I', ,lip. '

l great/ farm and sold for twenty-five! ford, which is nearby or in t tin. .>! room SieimUipitsd( 'l.!!'upCONwctiCA Cof fd in <.0-u.rtilirnlr of, Norlhwr.Nit Iln I'mhrnri'll,, I hp S..ntliwi', t Ith dny' of HII.I| month. al' I..WI"). in the ..-. --- .
t iinnrli.r A Smith' half!
, thousand! dollars. They can be sent freight" > ..ll.. .t f |I'.i.idcvl i / .CorwptMOftt< / to EvorythmJ 1f [1/\/iNeaM .. N.. tlliwi-Kt. >iiinrti, 'r itt. 8'<",t h.*>iHt tiuiirli'r. much Cminly. thiTi of of[Iriidford.. n. will. Im SIHIiof nerfMiiary Florida I to pay, or thamotint .,o, MICKIE SAYS
: f of Sti\d for 'I 1'' |i 7. S R L'2 K: till arn t>. anHfioivd ,
.'t:: All supplies are bought monthly by a tightwad streak hits M.II. at' tl. City Booklet t I"".,. Clnrk. line .for. IMI herein net opiniait*

l the Hoard of !State Institutions upon finish of your generosity.However n *' iNDLtW.5flITH.paQPQLeavlnQ I nl. .. nld. ....Iln...'.... >hnll Inn ilii-n>fillo tinin.1.,11,1"me, '',"'..h. with the rout of auch Hairanil

".requisition\ of the farm superintendent. I \ when you gi-i' anythinggive t .,tier... ih. thu'''.'h day'law.' ..t Inv Aiivtmt..|I'iql| will I n,IKMII t'tl'i,,. thfn'nn II. I.. Illanrhard.of' l.awtey1 Ix.tn DORffa 1. and 2 Illncli lhUlwn ,--TT--T-Th; : :

it right by prepaying the ""1'1'' >'s- l\ tot, -. my offlrlal nlKnaluro nndi.nl.) thin .. '
t Joniii. iii. *? IM Kant; l.nwtey. $1 I 00. \IoICo--.s.o c.ooo P4LJ.t" ) (
n'A' list of supplies wanted is submit- or freightharges.( ''I '."I. day of July A. D 1"9| IIH7 t.,.H. Sl.i0.l : fj.tl'l.' 4
AtLLAiLL Q"I QE .
6oc.\ '" 1'ooH'J"
ted to (competitive bidders) through In doing this will huIh..- What ", ,,1 w. T WiIKS'I Chan. II Kelt leu. One III I I arrr In Went milof .
"
you ,,. Hluek II and Illoek 5'' In Rant LawUy t49". . \ .bs ..tspiitpm.,
,''the \Vffiy I loi.knl, ? oil'i! Hiu In.,low. "It Hy R A W.F.K'I:
state. satisfaction of knowing that you, hay >' '. 12.".. Oi<..1. ...,....r to40 !al'o: .OQA I
jt;, .1\ commissary! is kept at the farm done a good deed and f''ll'Ilout. d I" Him'. fur' I MIpuii,, '"- to I I... corning fl.i'.it, "'I.-rtN !> Chan' "'.'k... Ont>-rtiarter air In Illork All "'EQ. p.aLiC LO9tPIP4'" '
....t f iiwtry an I f.ot 0 OtM RulidivUlon P-c. ..
[and everything is checked in and out some happiness to unfortunates in.stead norm.*. .h. nun'nun r''ut 1 "\h tti'rf, he (lTH In f.1:" l.awtey. 4l.46. 'Ni: c11IGc" ouc ..0 9Po. Q
F Iiil.Pl> 'IfATfflV flit TX lirMlI'SDr ,
I of the house.Superintendent. ( ecIIIf.Ullo! ".un l.o'l I> imt rviiiovi-ti the r Marlon Raimnii lime 41 and If In F.iuit Taw-
of letting products spoilin 1C Crf TIOV .
your .. n IF fllI'T.II; Icy. 11 Ml"). \50\'OQ.
Sam mitch will !go your field or grove. ;,t' -Juilge maul, I AV.S Of M, 111'I| I f.lr/lc WlllUm. F.ot 12 Otu !Sul.dlvln, on. In |, Al'saOTh '
.
clown ., Iv. notlre I lit ft! < n that 1.0111.. J II I lfllfHirphnwi pL.L;: I.swt'y: 1180.:, I' _
[ in Flnrula's history as one of Now, let no one be angry enough( to. r of .tilt "ate ....lIn.,,'. numbered' re. .

I the, if not the greatest humanitarian !state : "I see politics! as I read this," .,l.fi-th., .... 4 I": I I. 17 rr nnd HI i iued. I l.y I he Ta< Collrrtnr! VT..,K." ItFniJIIIf.of 'I.awl.' yomiKIt .. "" ': -
Tn' (-.1" .1.. ,
or
y llrndford ,
County' rii.r daMI -
[that has ever I lived in the state. and that "Joe F.arman: knows and realizes ,1.1, ci-rt flratiii helnir dati d I the!, 'nd dnv, ofInly -- - -
I lie was/ appointed to this recponsiIble that the Inmates of the Florida You )IV ." ',re'urk, I, A I II I til 1. him i ft lot mid' P. ri I fl.'u.i.I I inniv Frill Pl'liI.U'ATIO'J
You mnbiuous ..ITi! ". i and, ha* niitd- niui.Iie'tu., for 'In Clreull (:.ourt. Status nf Florida. KlvhthJudlellll
are and | n
position, about one year ago andlimmeiliately penitentiary have fathers, brothers morA you get rnur* ii'....d u.-.u",. In nrrordanre with ,law ror; ..iI. tlradford, County 'In ('I,",,,",'ry Ii
after, adopted an honor uncles, cousins, and brother-in-laws on enjoyment nut <>f evwrythitm when your Thtii 1.1 l rt-rtioraten. n.MI.eetixely' ....,h..1.1 JulirM. y f.iimb and Htipply Coni.nny: | a
lilmxl i 1.4 i in tioo/ | sy-ti'''ni.He '. the outside who can vote. the I blood) hove n try depressing, < >-ct on ,I'lit, a.-. 'itmi! at the iliito nf the In.iianee ofniieh ...
i" an organizer-and an exec- Candidates for state office can takethis the syxtem 'im i'irt wi-akness. la uie I
.....jntO..r particularly, ,..1 forth, to-wll C.mi.any" arid,, R C IfutrhlM.n Irn.l.r.iIIM, II .
uti" of ability. as a tip. nndM k 11I',,-,. . 'H, .i
f'rr.t. ... No. 12 umbrae< lot >!" In Wood C Kutrhiniton" anil forniany. ll ? f..lai.' 'f
I'reio's to his appointment therewpi" They can send a carload of water- likOVIi'S TASTLLbSS Chill 1OMC "Wn si. r I I'!. Tr r. a n i2!! F. I'l air's. It app'arlnir hy nffldi" t initn.l." ' .1 I t I. thf Ii' .' "-soc ,.
reilorifrur. (: : nnd Vitality a..v.i, j. r. Murfvtt hill niril' 'In the above-Mat-" ra',..' tI hi,' I,I IMhs.r \ ,
tifly-one' men on the payroll of welons freight prepaid, to Hon Sam ami f.llrwhjIhe y |1110",1! | r.y I'unfylnt:! ( -. I t'ftte No 11 "'m're-" t f.t ?" in WoodIn the llefendi. nt tin run t i ,,,m,..lin t : ." \ '
thi-, n-t itution consisting principallyof hutch, Raiford. Florida perfect arrangements When you feelits n ".e in' Tn s. S f< :L'.' P. .Il aeren, : tt non ri'tirlfnt of the Htule< ..r I ]I.orIdM -
"tre" lh"It.IIvil..rnlll'' / tiffrrt. bee fi-....._>,.I l I'n n"wn. ' and I li** i U a r...,.I..n' of Mill-Mint, "',. n
guards.At for the car to reach thereon how it I brings/ i <>l>ir to ih' tli".<'ks Mid! !- wit (..-0, . itL. N. 17. imhrar ,., t '. 'In Wood-1, I !Macon Cttty State of n.; orkfia .. r the HQ
thi time there are ten men on Thursday and then follow it up by imj.r"v.Ih"- appenif' you will! then '.wn ".e l". '1'., IS R 2. F.: t 10 are. i iii'nti' ntfo of I si tot y...".. year, It IM tin. ... f..re tirderm
,...,'....I W. 1'1' Tsrh.riU. that aald nonresident dtfindiirit' Iw andin ,
the payroll.Iimriog reaching there themselves Saturday appreciate: it true (lonu' vulup.iRt.I'S .
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No re, iml.rneiH! Sor-h Ifnlf nf hervhy miuired, (to appear to hill f rornl.laifit -
the past year there have night to attend the minstrel show. ( : r ASl muss CMIIIUMC >:...,01,...t Quarter nf Northenot Quarter. of. flli.. t In HII d caiue on '..r ,I.. f-ru' \f..11day.
been only two which the Sim will doubt give them is not a patent medicine, it is simpl/ ""'01..-. Quarter See. _. Tn i B !1 I It 28 it! '1 th. tth day of Auirunt. ,> li I I.'I, '. oth,.rwl ;
escapes, is no an opportunity .
flr'n "....."., Rift" %frfltrI ; .. the .ll. Kallonn of aid hill, will, I.. mkenn
f lowtst annual record of escapes in thehist..r to make a speech and thecandidate IRON and QUINIM' ; suspended' in Syru I<'. fite' N. Si t pm''..*... f.ot 13 In Woodla' ,. ennftitni l hy naid defendant
So pleasant evr-n; children like it. Tb. >. It .la further onUred that thin ordt I l/. pub.llnlied .
of the auk n 211' Tn r.-I: n "J E. 1 l'' acrel.
Florida penitentiary.The : can then : "Ii" you get ; .. .. .... .. j
blood ner-cis yuiiiine to Purify II 111.<1 IRON: ,5t5'u | !'nkiiowiit. onim A wi rk for (I.. .n. week
i oldest state. prisoner is named that carload of watermelons.. ? t hope to Lunch, u. n!.._>1 e reUn.l1l! ti.nir prtperties .&..... .aid rtlr1rate' ''' .h."? l.e r u-.lru-m-.i! a<*. I If in the flradford. County Teieiiraph' a nvwvpaper -
Joe Peacock. lie is a negro anti has you enjoyed th rn. Tell jour fm-nd I never fill > drive out i.nlwltlct: run '" law ta* d It ed' will, |t."'l.. thereonn puhl .h. .. 'In *ald Coumy' anti MateThis
'h.'h) day nf Auu'Mt. X I). I'll1)V Jun 215th. lilltt
been confined. in the Florida pcnit'-n- and kin aout them on the outside," who I the blofid \ .. v my offiriat .*..n."p and veal, thIs W 1* WKKKH: :

tiarj for twenty-seven jears. He i I i- i an vote and tell hem all abunu. mo ''TheStrenKth-Croauni'r'iwi-r: of r.HOVE'S th>- J IHih' 'lay, of July. A I D |119.. I.4EXL.I. ci. .i, Clrc ill Court t;
\ /. Adkum, Sollclor 1 for Complnlnant .l-
I lTA.STtt.fSS W T WCT5KS
( .r-'il!! MiNIC' ban '
m''I!
a "trusty" and fel'lthO'\ animals their and my candidacy and generosity.Be ,i it tft," Chin, - - -
| the favorite toni, 'in >t l\ .uflI3 of -
noon day meal in one of the field barns. it remembered that th,, '.' that \ honiei Pr n. \. WFRKHDirTION : "l"fl riCE
More than itnrty-ti yi-nn foiK- 7.1 Cl.-.?, ,
.IKO O""uIY
9ti monthj after daUr hereof I will prevtvnt
located about two miles from the main are confined ill the Florida state penitentiary 1 would ndr" a long di'''tain.r to rfut (.f|<:)V't'S; --- ---.-- -- -- ---- my vouihera and final .......nl to th* Hon

stable. He does not want a pardon, have been caught.Be TASTt.1.LL",., TJ'JJC 1 ..h.," .u "' ..T'C'" nl' APPl.rrATlfI Ort T" ...rfr: *;ln A unl, ".'. County Jiidwe, of RriuttifiMCounty.
U.tiF.fl a ( IMfTf.ll Florida' anrf auk for my Anal' ntarhAive - - -- --
: up
preferring to end his day at the it further remembered that there member 'r.( ti.'ir family; had J arl.. or
1..>. '..''' 8 or rI.ftRIHA.lf.'v << an dininlNtrator' of the .Mtat,. of J ;
The that |lutes Nut,
Alfecl Flic ll.nilffcvniiar
State Prison Farm fie is about sixty are more outside of the Florida state' needed a body-buiMin! ,,u-i.n-t>-i> tonic. The f"f"l1':11J! .s thit .. .. D ISIS of In I'.nl", tt", I ,Innll'Y I ,
old H" due" not know his if'n' . that have not been jt-ii 'nm' in- I r.'ia '. .
years ; Pt.I ary: ,ll\.r hlft. Yl' IMS''
day and you i ii.i vet .t fru uuy age, and then i is n" positive, record, a .gh'.bjt" ) -. !'! I lit.t. t li-, n 'I.'M, i ,'r l t"It..' - r , ,".'... .r ,. ..d' ri ,'" on'Y P r. \l'* "' ',.'"r r:>tat*'s.. ri'\/r't/:: !; d*. I y". ., "l.. -.i' .r lit .'il
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. : : LAWTEYLawtey. ; I ,1. II. Harley came over from Du- I r Hay with his family hen.
FARMER BROWN
, r.. pont and spent from Friday to :Monday !i :Mr. and Mt,1 .-: :\
r U ._-,.... .\UI(. 1 H.-;Mr. R. R. Thedereieivi'il I night at his home here.Mrs. I-on Leeman. VMUiit.i) .
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" l tinnew"* Wednesday of : ( 1C.: D. !Sayles) was a visitor toSturke 1 Saturday.

last week that his, mother was dangerously ::; "' 1'Ir1ar.Ir. Misses. IVail nh'I), i M : .
News Items Good morning. :Mr Cy Perkm. glad ill at Charleston, S. C. :Mr. I .
County and :Mrs.\ John Colson and children and brother Guy.j ret\ n .
"i F I lo are you this morning Got
:_ ..-= --,0-----= -. -- I \. ant to talk over with you and all far- on the early morning train for Charleston Lawtey 1'riday.Miss / a week's visit WITh| iii: '

,'.y : IMerestlnracti Gathered Duriii the Peek 1 by Our I mers. How is :Mr Perkins and the Saturday, the and next!brought day. He the returned good news on :Morgan Redding and children I Messrs. J. :S.: ii--------:" .
It !!I'e'iqitinJr relatives in Jacksonville ,
Regular Correspondent children, >, that his man were visitor- t1Saturday ) -
mother
was some what better. Friday and Saturday.
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Oh we ar all well as u.uaIlow/ I Mrs. E. D. Sayles, :Mr. Louis II. Louise Clarke was a'isitor toJacksonville night.air.
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Mill : : Hampton "f .1 j
-- --- -- is business here in Surke?, Suppose D. and H.Alfrcd Evcnden, were / Thursday spent the week-end! In i i.. '0
all visitors in Starke on Friday/ last. :Marcus Crown
\i-itor'( ti.> lL ni't"i:|' la t :SaturIn1 came over from II'I ,
LJUI1J J as-a C. Jones is selling sends of Hardware Word was recently received by :Mrs. Jacksonville and spent Sunday at the parents, Mr. and \ i

1./' / -- dny i Tomlin-on, of Muikc'vii: -, nttending these days. Gen H. Beavers that her daughter home of his friend Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Messrs. Bradley and Idof" '
Mi. Glen :iSunday >
{ Ui'"hum, Aug. v to business, in Hampton lust Well trade is fairly good or this time out in "Kansas had passed away following DI'own.Iarcus: i is studying at law here with
( relauvtMrs
:. lion, of Jaspei j ", w'us a j.k-a.sunt: M"itorhere Friday of the year. Vl'e have sold a fine lot of[ / an operation which had been in Jacksonville.\ -.

Sunday.: Mr. C. E. Harper and family and performed in an effort to save herlife. :Mr. and ;Mrs. J. F. White of Du- h. C. Phillips spirtin i
number atn-nded! the annualineotng ', I Steel( Fencing in the last ten days, and The deceased woman leaves a I Jacksonville the guest of 1 I.
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Quite a visitors to Lawtey Saturday
:Mr.\ I K. E. Henry and family enjoyed pont.1''
", at J Rock Sunday. to White Springs last have several prospects for large sales running husband and seven children to mourn to Monday. ter. :MiV, II :Noi'''ao
Barry made II business, a pleasant trip / her loss as well us her mother here : I II Saturday. for Sanford, 'O'
Mr.[ L G. Sunday. !! from I I2 mile to 2 miles of Fencingbut -.- ____ .
; liintl., .M 1 I' .'
White Spimgs Tuesday. and other relatives out in till',1. ti-": hr i
trip to , Brother :McGuire, from Palatka, what I want to talk, to you all aboutis \\ : .. .
t :Miss Emma; Williams returned to hero The sympathy of this communitj I ( lOll! \\VN l-fnc, "ivt'jriiniLr: h ''m.K
her home Monday at i'ulatka lifter: u.k' filled his regular/ appointment: FIG! IT TIlE CORN WEEVIL.The where :Mrs. Beavers is high\ !} .iespet-j, ( :, II illru 1 ,, ',t I. '.f l'' \\ '
and Brother Mullady I
lust Sunday, .
l \"". visit, heie with fl iencl" ticked last Sunday evening.. county agent has shown me facts I i d. goes out to the her in this hour ofhcieavement. I,1. iwi, ,\ Mi[ |I. I : ; ,.1,!' \\ aa V I- to) I It.i > s '
:Mirthur, Barry made bu-mess /pi I Ih! nnuL: i i I- 1 I. v fi, "II. i' -i,' .I, I IV \\\,1., I 1 t I '
I :Mr. nnd :Mrs C'hns. Armstrong, of and figures lo that the vvte\il destroys
I t ,, City Tuesday I prove The lecture advertised, to !h.. I\11 l'II' ,' ", .i' 'I -i; ; -- .' .1. _'n/ ai' ''I j M, \ I i'i: "' I Ii.: :11. I I:r--ln'- ':,,
-.uup-son and
\ille. friends
Juek>.oi> < me vi-ituiK
S .t, 'I 1.11\\ ;Mills\ made business 'ripI / icl.-itives here this week. :Mr. and more than 20 per cent of all the (Grace :M. E.. church, last :\J"ndI'" :

I I .IH'! TucsilayM :Mr-. Armstrong, used to be citizens of corn raised in Florida and most I farmers I i veiling had to he called olT The

s. J. A. Gaines left '1"1.1". for Hampton and have many friends and have talked with say it is still more. nt'PI'l > J. J. TI'.a.h.I1.h" w.i- t to>> n.i"l'r ) mI
;' imnah Gu.: whenshe, will vititI : I hll'l''n\ the lecturer tetctl; | \h1, i
relative here who are always gladto Now that doesn't does ilj Now
I I.. rsim, :Mr. 1' A. James.. pay that he had missed the tin: '
"('" them come
;Mr.\ Akin :McKinney, of Louise, \\UlI'I'e ;\IiEuniec Saxon who has !horn the question is, how hall we stop it. Farmers ( :Mr-, Howe, mother of Mi-: 1 1 I :

i Tuesday on business.Mr. I visiting, her aunt.11'11.: H. B. Wealheriby Bulletin 1029 advises riGHT : Smith. who resides at Kn.u'-! ':, :L:6, !
/ Wednesday for I bus boon very ill for the ;pa-t' \\ . '
'l'r'uhyyallc'ft "
of Anthony returned to her STORAGE BINS:. and fumigate withCARBON
Charleston, S. C? after n week'sisit home lust Saturday.Mr. I't more Her daughter, al,'-, "-MI ,'I h L., .'iwell i- FOR SALE

f./ here with his, parents, ;airs and, :airs : \ 1111.1h.: .... W. B. Alexander< assumed : : [BI-SLLPEtIDEwhich will as. other members of tl I. I',4111 i i inre .
h about I Ic bushel with her, the lake, .. ,1,
Oscar Dyol.Mr /. \ Charge of the !Ilumpton hotel cost you per for perfect at 'nut 1-1.'i Our
made business to the patient's needs, wth, ) :u I n.iit: I I ;
Riff'VlIslin a lust Friday and will look after the fumigation now that will, (pay won't it? .
trip to Sampson City Tuesd"y.Mi" miumgcn>ent; of it for) the cominltyeal' :Now: you must have tight bin. Have nurse in charge of the ,'aTh.. ,l.t s'
t f ;\ Mildred: Walker, of II"stmgs, newreceived just befon" ir m ii- t n.i OVERLAND {
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t s I is hero vmting her grand pul..nh.h': Brother Armstrong of Homasassa, it ready before/ you gather your corn. I press) was to the effect that tin. patu. nt\

o and :\1 I'M. George Stone. will preach at the Baptist church next You surely have some kind of a crib for was slightly improved, and tin/ ri it .i, ."

!Mr. and :Mrs. Riley and children of some hope of her recovery, Truck
i; Saturday evening and Sunday and your corn. Cannot you fix that so you Delivery
after Mr. Butler Blanchard has \h. }
+ Courtney returned home :Monday evening.Hampton nn< -
t I a week's visit here with :\1 r. and Sunday can use it? cessful in securing work in Jacksonville -

A1 Mrs. I I.. C. Smith morning by was u visit honored from last Governor Sunday After my talk with the county agentwe I and was home over Sunday enjoying J'I Will make fine outfit for farm work 1

!Mr. Itay: McKinney of Mounteochu, a very welcome visit with hi-,
I Sidney J. Catts of Tallahassee. decided that a farmer can overhaulhis family but is not suitable for our lumber ::
was here :Monday on business :\11'1. II. McGruder left for
J. Sampson -
f, I Messrs. Lee Byrd, C. B. Robertson I City last :Monday where she will old cribs by putting in good floors, :Mr. and Mrs W. F. Godwin; and business. Four new Tires and Tubes (

Will Jones, Tom :Mills made n business take charge of the school for the covering with 2 ply building paper family left Lawtey on Tuesday for" a

I trp to Stake Wednesday.Mr. coming year ing the sides smooth as possible so mak-/ visit to the Beach: ---low price for cash and quick sale.

:\ Arthur Hurry mild u business I Little Abbie Barleys, the !little. ,tot.
:Mrs\ .Mullady: of Hampton whois paper can be put on smooth cement
Brooker/ Wednesday.Mrs. who had her leg broken in ,
trip
\\l an seer
v LUMBER &
; elatives Washington, 1 QUIGLEY SUPPLY CO.
visiting 1.
: W. E.; !Parker, of .cksonvilo' laps sides, top and bottom, to hold the ,lout which occeurcd last lInda.' wreak
C., i is expected home at an early ,date. I
is here visiting. her sister, :Mrs. I H. F. j Mr. Percy Griffin and Arvah" Saxon gas, from the carbon sulphide as muchas is reported' to be progressing favora" t I

Price. who have been attending school possible in the crib so it will p.n.1 j bly. I I
:Mr. Willie" Price made a businesstrip We are glad: to be able! to reportthat
at Gainesville: finished their work etrate the ears of corn killing all the I i
to Hanipto" Wednesday / :aG\ 's. Peurce, who has been ill :at
Mr.\ Juke Brown and 1 wife, of Sampson there Hampton and last returned Friday.Mr. to. their homes at weevils. To make the bin tight make I the home of her daughter., :MrLou, t

'f City, were pleasant visitors hero : Charlie Weeks and family arc an upper floor and treat same as bottom ii. Hill, for several weeks, hit- recovered ,1
Wednestlay. sufficiently to enable her !hl'l
children celebrating their annual family re bv cementing the paper lightly all over to I'f.fIl.JGIIXJIJ1.JWUtlUf."llilflf! J.t.U JtlQ'J!k Jt .fJ.wQQt Il'.IUt Iu101; i!: lOt scJ0CRtXIIJQttt!: :
:Mrs 1i. C. Surrency "nd out
union at Hampton ths ttt'1'k. Thllllwho <> the
visited her parents at Brooker Wed- upper floor have a small door made :Mrs.V.. [B. :Montgomery anddaueh'ir. ,. INTRODUCING
have arrived at thn writing areMr.
nesday. : O. K. Prince and, family I of Jackaonville to shut ti<>ht. lined same as balance of ;Miss Douglass, of Griffin, Ga., i

I :Mrs. F.llllndollIinell: ,. of _Louise.. at- : ;; ;Mrs. :May\ (Dewitt and children crib. After crib p is .m filled_ with. .... corn__. ., place l I were..guests last week of :Mr. and :Mrs. . ., ., .
*.ende d the tV. f. I are .rcu..l \\'. 1 Godwin :Mrs. : is
'-' I''''')' Montgomery
of Jacksonville i and :Mrs. J. IIMeColsky in vessel carbon
an hi ,
Mr.( Kllen; Brown and wife were open your sulphide a sister of :Mrs Gudwin. I me "LUHNA. WttrtK7J I
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: and children from Hague.
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and close i
door. You
visitors\ here Wednesday! ;Miss Andrews of Lawtey. was in I e may ha\e :Mrs. J. J. :McLeod spent several

MIsHfs N'e'tie and Willie :Mainun, of our town last Saturday :Miss Andrews to repeat the dose once or twice but you ,days in Jacksonville last: week. i 5.g .

Louise, were pleasant visitors here has been attending school attiew sure will kill the weevils at a very small| J. C. Cone was transacting business :
Friday. in Jacksonville and I To the Housekeepers of Florida r
River and, was returning to her and will have crib Dupont several
readyfor
1 Mr. Jus. Reynolds/ ( made a business home at Lawtey.Mr. expense your I tiny last week. | .
trip to Starke Thursday. I next year. The saving the first year Joe Allen from Jackson-1 .
t : Haney Bishop and family, of came over ;
:Mensrt. R. I U. Jones, Lee Byrd and Savannah, arc moving to Hampton will more than pay all expenses and have yule and spent Sunday at his home The Broom you'll buy when you try it :
George: Crosby left Saturday! for
I .
l this week and expect to make our crib I..ft.Here. near Lavvtey.Miss ''' S
and other south. They
Tampa points
Louise Blanchard
i z town their future home. spent several -
will make the trip by auto. I :Mr. Phillip Pearee, from Lakeland\ I will give you Farmers Bulletin clay ill Jacksonville last as the' QUIGLEY BROOM CO. \

:'oles'r R. R. Surrency, Arthur i I' visiting friends at Hampton this I 1029, take it home read it over guest", of her !sister, :Mrs J. B. Dye. '

Barry made a business trip to Starke week.A and then read it over again. Now have I Elder: :Mathew Bohannon, of the f
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Friday. Second Advent church held\ a series ,, STARKE, FLORIDA.
thief from somewhere, who was wife read loud and
your it out lo
Mrs.! Tom :Mill and children are you
of "revival -i rviceat' the Town hall
visiting her sister. Mrs.! Ethel Stril-k.1 on his way to somewhere visited let it soak in.lhen go right to work lust week and this I
tK TTJQ5.4QR'ImIf! 'tetfkt. tSJ>!''it srx
Hampton last Thursday night. He Jj;
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land Hampton for a few da's.llr.
and build crib that will keep I
a your corn. !
first went to the home of :Mr. O.
Eldon Baxter, of Brooker, was :
t here Saturday on business. Hayneand tried to get into the Will you do it? !I

Miss Ruth !Smith left Fridays for kitchen Mrs Haynes thinking\ wasa -- I
Or will
Palatka \\'h"rl'hI' will visit! her wand raving cat chased| him otT. He you go on feeding the weevils.1! aa'

mother for a few days then went to the residence of :Mr.\ W. I was talking to a farmer on this subs

Mrs. Onie Gaines i I" visitng, < her I B. Alexander. He first displayed his jert the other day and after I was out of

i, cousin, Mr. Odell Abena'hy, at White carpenter .skill by erecting some stepsto breath talking so hard, he said, "\Va( I
the of of I
Springs this week window/ the kitchen out
,, t, J. p Roberts made a business trip an old goods box. He entered, the now Ibel"n here for 60 years, I builta

to Live Oak' Saturday. kitchen ate of the victuals in the soft. good log pen to hold my corn when I

Mr. O. VV. :Maineand son, Mr. El sweetened/ a bowl of clabber with some commmenced here and it is pretty good I

'V; > lando Mames, of Louise. were business apple vinegar which he found tin the Guess will d CONTRACTING; (; ; BUILDING( (
yet. it > fo' a spel 1 I. |
visitur here Saturday.Mr. table/ and ate part of that. He took
fit. : Riley Wasdin made a business u l large piece of meat and I left the Yes, my friend but does pay lo let the I REPAIRS( ALTERATIONS.( ;

trip to Hampton Saturday. kitchen. Then he had satisfied l hi. weevils destroy one-third of your corn : HOUSE PAINTING( ( AND

y :Miss Daisy Belle Reynolds! spent hunger and quenched his thirst! he after you have worked so hard lo produce I
f this week-end at N'cw River guest of began to think about how ho would which they surely will if you do' (INTERIOR; DECORATIONS(

.n her br..thr1: :\ r. Lacy I I Reynolds look when he arrived at some where. not FIGIII THE WEEVIL. I
1 He went down to :Mr. W. H. Griffins I
Messrs. Thomas and Lewis Shaw,
\ \ You dip your cattle to FIG I IT THE
of Brooker, were here Saturday. store on :Main street and took u partof TICKS vaccinate your hogs to FIGHT

Dr. Hunter and wife, of Hampton, a window pane out of the window THE CHOLERA, send your boy to Estimates: on all classes: of work cheerfully
which he ,'nt"r.thl'/
through store.
1 ,. 3 passed through out burg Saturday.Mrs. France to FIGHT THE I HL'NS.': ; ; ...It is real
+ : George Stone was in Hampton He selected, three pair of shoes a given a pleasure to have you
hire suit of clothes, several nice,' Why notr..nd a little, time and moneyto !
Saturday on business. consult with
at time.
:Mrs Alma Byrd and children, left shirts and some white gloves, made FIGI IT:.:II WEEVIL, and save us any

c Sunday for their home in Tampa afeer his escape through the back door, your cornpo II

i a month's vist here with her parents and started on his journey to somewhere Now, DeWilt C. Jones I Hardware

Mr.I and ;ales\ .1. C. 1111 rry. He has a host of friends here Store will have in stock at all times building {

j :Mrs. Joe Call, of Tampa is here who are looking for him and would paper. I 2 and 3-ply at live and let Now is the time
visiting/ relatives and. friends for a like( to see him again.. ive price,; Also carbon bi sulphide 10 to remodel
few days." :Miss\ /Laura Wynn, of !Starke': attended pound cans.

:'olrK.llIllIil':\ Khodcn. of. Glen St church here last:' Sunday mornIng Now, if you farmers want a cheaper your corn crib---make it air

Mary, is hire this week guest;: of her paper than we carry in stock, we will i
sister, :\01 rll. Riley Wasdin.Mr. :Miss\ Lewis Terell. of Hampton is make you cheaper prices and order what I tight and fumigate to get rid

: W. I' (I'r'/ulld/ family attended, visiting her grand mother :Mrs. H. you want but remember the best is the

church at Iledan Sunday.Mr. Y. /Brown, of Starke, this week. cheapest. Now don't put it off. of the weevils. We will

: Ildd: Barry and sister, :Mrs ;Mrs W. A. Brown and (children of COMMENCE! RIGHT NOW..

John Lovelace, of Tampa, are here Sturke, were visitors at the home. ofMrs GET BUSY-SAVE YOUR CORN gladly furnish you with a
visiting their :\( j. C. Terrell last Sunday.
\ parents, :Mrs and :Mrs. We have few Farmers
a Bulletin No.
J. C. I Barry. The many fronds. of T. J. Durden of FARMERS BUL-
1029 and ask for
please copy
can get more
:Miss Ida I>owng! of Waldo\ is here are sorry to know that he is on the
visiting! relatives/ and fried: this: week sick list this week. them. We want to help you save the LETIN No. 1 1029 tellingyou
131 .--- Mrs. Andrew. and huhan.ho/ corn for CORN IS KING.: : Save more

I 11\! \11'1 I II\): have been visiting :'olrs.n.lrl'w's pa corn and then save more corn how

.1 kr l't'nts11': and l :Mrs T. :M. Hagan, left I Well, Dad: Fling you surely have sot to save your corn.

Hampton, Auu. S. -:Misses\ N'ottio /last Sunday evening for their home' at me to thinking I have often wondered I I"h.lt's

and! Katie Dubose. of Starke, have re- I.eesburg.
,j crnly been \Uiinjr in Hampton.Mr. :Mrs. Rowe, from :McClenny( is visiting the use to put 'he corn in the crib I

C and Mr*. \\'. II :N'ewsom.. of her sister :Mrs. W. L. Bugg. this at all. mout as wC'IIIl"t the hogs hog it

1 f' Hampton, are all -mites: over and "'""k. down and save all that work II
-- - - QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY I
eight pound ion which arrived at their Never: hurd of any way in fight the

1 hou e last Saturday: morning AN: OI.H\ r.U'LT riNPKK: \ : weevil' but by gum. I believe I'll just 1 try I I
1, :Mr. derat'J'j :Middle-ton of Starke, it. Glad called
you my attention to it j jI've
has been spending a few days with his An ilhtablc and fault finding disposition -
I friends/ at Hampton is often caused by indiges got a pretty fair crop and would hkcl j

i Mr. W. C. Hunt Hampton\ was tion.: A man with good digestion and to save it and I'm going over tonight to''

a visitor to Ftarke last: Sunday. bowels that act regularly is usually talk it over with Farmer Brown and see II|

:Mr. John Phriver. of Brooker, was good rotured. When troubled with in- what we can do with our old cnbs. By

t In our town lust Sunday./ zestlon or constipation take Chamber gum, I believe it would pay to build a I

Dr. W. E Middleton) of Starke 1 lain's Tablets. They strengthen the new one and have it right in the start.I '

was attending to provisional bash stomach and enable it to perform its I could use the old crib for a chicken j IlL

neu in Hampton last week functions naturally. They also cause house. )

Mr. Albert Sullivan of Thereisa.Ca a gentle movement of the bowels. i I



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