Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: August 15, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME 41. STARKE FLORIDA HUDAY. .u-itsT: is.: 1910.!) :M'MIIKK'7.: if

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\ I n. W. GEI11tGi; : STAUKK: MEN ITI.CIIASKS: I' -- ;

/ GOVERNOR ORDERS"MOBILIZATION" W. II. CASSADVS\ STOUi-: 1 RETAILERS PART IN 1 q

Friday morning! August! Sth, the
people,, of Starke:; were saddened by After ncenly four > cars m the mei1
the news of yet another death, a\id I cant.ile business in I.ee,burg.. all of '

IN W. George i an old ami respected citizen that I tune practically in the saiiiepot. FOOD PROFITEERING
having obeyed the final call The W. 11. Car-siidy ha.s: sold lu\ store to ij

I immediate cause of his death was paralysis T. H. llalligan ami Fred F. Stump of
but ho had Starke, the trajisfer taking place thi-
never fully recovered -
from severe,' attack of influenza! mornmir. The now firm will continue
N THREE COUNTIES which he sustained last winter, and the, business in the same place, under WILL BE SHOWN

hi- system thus weakened gave him the linn name of llalligan & Stump,

; only a short lease of life after the fatal putting in certain improvements and ,
tEi -- stroke. enlarging the business as fast as )possible. '---- -- p
) (ioxeinor; (Call-I ha-- "ordiuil". 1 < (ohole,. > "hut lieie i'i' the -ituntion.' asI : 'Th, deceased was born in this section I Washington. Aur1. IH) \ttoriu1;) t.i,< 11\ }"ti I I Iii.. "u u.i nit> menut.p/ 1'- I'I

'niohili/a'nui"" the. county guards, I explained it to the .1,-, nf. and I be- t (n.a! years ago and had spent nearly Mr. ('as.-ady has been identified iclicral Palmertiirtrd, nut. today toascertain I r"I.. 'due.' 11) .1, in.in. guilty( ..f extortion.ite IJr' i
of at I K a-t three :Smith Florida countiei lic\c the. captains of the three local I all his life here In June 1S77. hi with all that is best in merchandising hIm niiuh of. tinliurli I co.. I t pure-' Rel.ulerslio' HIMiroueiiig q

'r -, 1 pn. -unubly in connection with companies) : entirely agree. with me: married :Miss Susan :McKinney, and ever since he started in business. here of living wns due ti> excessive !prulit- : the ultimate' eon-lIl11l'r will 'J
the sti Ilkv .of' the phosphate workers. The county guard are county organizations after her demise he married :Miss back in the nineties and there are l h y retailers.: IKIMto be disciplined by public nontiment. ,

Polk and cn/ -tern Hillsborough coun : and under the law they cannotbe Rci-u r.oe. To these unions were born many people who will regret that his In a telegram to all state food ad- t which officials have no doubt !
tleMllid; / particularly in connection called out for service" in another nine children namely Carrie Belle, smiling\ face will not appear behind ministr tors who xvorkcd with Herbert j siitlliMently alert to the situationnow .

,t with rumors of trouble in I'olk counvttI county than the one in which they areorganized. '\. T., C. W., I.ucretia Rebecca !Royal tho counters. He has been noted as l Hoover during t tin* \\'nr. thu attorney tu act vigorously: in clear-cut .
t.v. where three men have been killed ; There is no need of mobilizing D.1 :'IIillisIelvin.: Louis Laura and an invariable square denier and his general requested 1 the appointment i eases .' '
within the past two weeks, either directly the guards: for ,,11 Jburough of u fair price committee in each
Francis, the last being! only a little word has been accepted through all 1 Hoarders' on the I other hand, ran .
4I or indirectly as u consequenceof county, because we have no trouble over six. years old. these years with unb"und'cI.IIntl'nc'c county to investigate i what in being reached' through the wiu'-liame food
Und blood engendered by the strike here. As for I'olk county, there is a the: of the LeeshurgCommercial. charged; for retail necessities and if
on part patrons.- '
Mr. ( "OI'It''a,. well educated and laws or the !Sherman: act, and ?: Ir.I'ulmer .
; , H of the miners and I the refusal of the home guard organization in that county in excess of what the committee considers -
operators to accede to or to arbitrate and there are the civil ofliccrs. I for several years he managed the mcr. just, to publish u list of fnil'pl.i requested state food adminitrators :I .,
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cantile business. of the late J. S. Ben ,..... I to send I to him any evidence
the demands of the men. believe they can take care of their fillthe guidance of the public.This j .I j
nett. Of late years he had been clerking JOBIIElt1': RAirottD) of hoarding or other' violations of tho
The sherilT communicated the !gov- own affairsOf course, if things: ever is the ",11'11 legal" scheme of
no1"' request\ to :Maj. D. 1-'. Conoley, cans to such a pass over there, or and bookkeeping for different, business l'elll'l1ill profiteering which :Mr. Palmer law which they might; encounter in d

coma tder of the Hillsborough countyguards. elsewhere, that life and property couldbe men, and industrious was>) known as n :Monday night; two stores!\ in Raiford recently i indicated was under con thouwork, with the' promise that tho "

V They held a conference and saved by our intervention on the trustworthy with his man. in IOeld'l were broken! into, some! dry goods sideration.He government 1 t law enforcement machinery
( she following was given out as the result side, of law and order it would be our friends share family stolen und canned goods and crackerseaten. had 1 frankly asserted from the would act! promptly.SEABOARD J a
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: duty as citizens to offer ourselves. grief over his departure.The A J. C. Franklin I: i.:
remains were interred in Dyal) |: negro, was I .1
"I do to into detailed, discussion But not otherwise. We are not goingto : .
iI' not care go cemetery' Saturday and were escortedto arrested by Constable: Jim Howling SEn'U'I.1': TIM: :MCTHODIST:
of this matter," I said :Major mobilize for cntrainment. their lust resting" place, by a large Oil suspicion.; Sheri F.pperson: and I curicm) LAST sr.M: u TO FLAG .v
{ )Deputy Kaisden ul'l'ivc.11. \ I the scene

GAIETY THEATREIN I CARNKG1K: : : 1)\\ EU MONDAY: AT pay concourse their last of people respects, who to the wished ilecoased. to- ,,, soon after being notified ami workedon \ I Last Sunday morning:;; ;, /at tin- :\1.It-1 CALL ST. CROSSING

HIS limn) : IN: I.KNOX:: MASS. ,I. The nh""lJlli were conducted by : flu iase all day: Tuesday. They arrested i oili.xl church an interesting missionary, --

I.J: C. Diggsof the First :Methodist !i Will, Thrasher, colored. nail I program was rendered', the exercisebeing -. i
NEW HANDS LenoMass.: ., Aug. 11.-AndrewCurncg'e ri.iuraittiol.ilions of Ordinance i Requiring to!
church. The) pallbearerwere.. 'mth lie ami I'rimklinomifr .cd that under the direction of :Mrs.. .1.
:' iron master and! philanthropist :Messrs. F. A. Hi-s, T. N. Kemlnek.II. they had l"urglari/ed the stores I and (I'. Diggs. Below! in an outline of tin11 I :Mow Speed at t'rossinir

Robinson Lewis :Now of ) : died today in his great\ mansion """ti". \V.V.. Baisden, W. A. liesent. '; aim II., .\\ III the aunty jail. There, i.sVt program : i ----- ;
/ & Proprietors overlooking a lake in the beautiful Jr Ray Newsom. Funeral" I Director i another part implicated,, . who, Choni.s: Crown Him King of Kings. ?I The city council met in regular: session "V'
Local MoviesThe
Uerkshire hills, where he sought .su- 1 11. C. Jones had charge of th i-I' the utliieis are" confidentill, , soon be 1'nalm 100- Mr. \V'm. Strut It. August" GUt, with all memberspresent. !
-- elusion when bodily infirmities overlook ,, ,' I '?
(I funeral. I ,1 Ii Troyer---Ale. (O.> \V ('unwell. '
Gaiety; Theatre/ has passed into him and his mind was saddened IlItludlll'lIlI'IlIlk: on Korea Mrs.J. :.Minutes of hist: meeting read and ''1 ?"i"approved. '
the hands of :Messrs.' J. C. Hobinson' i by the entrance ot his country into the I'. Diggs.Some ( f| r'J

und Kirk Ll'wl"'l'1I known young I world war. : I Facts About ,ol"'n-'ol. I The mayor; was instructed to en- \J j.force j.r.
men of this city, who will hereafterconduct PROPOSALS 0/l :.
--- -- MANY K.: Knight.Chorus ordinance No.: Hi! "requiring tho ;
it in a way that shall leavu The Call street crossing is. again All Boil Ininiantiel. I i ?Hugging of all trains on (Call street"

nothing to be desired. flagged\ for \pissing: trains, as some of One Reason why Christianity is crossing.
Being the only place in our city !Dr. A. I 11. )Freeman was elected
thu engineers began to COST Good. for., Jnl"'n-\h's.: F.mily Philips. ,
where amusement and t this rules for slow running? there. have CHECK LIVING 1'lIclill"---\I's." : I';. M.: ..lohnH.Educational city health/ officer, to (ill the' unoxpiredterm "
can be had, the manner in engineers running the "limited" I I of I',' J. P. TomlniHon.The '
I Work--:Mr. 1S.: :Mat
institution is conducted is naturallyof lately been arrested by Chief thews. lax l'nll"'tnl'11" authorized. to

much concern to our citizens, especially for running too fast.HUTCHINSON.WILLIAMS. -- collect on u valuation of $xoo on tho
:Medical WorkMr.: 0. W. (;l1l1w'I1.1|
to those who have children, as property of .bis. Reynold 1 ; also. to advertise -
Washington.. Aug.; 8. President I Laws requiring that goods I releasedI Introductory Talk on Japan--:Mr".
the moving pictures may have l great : : : property of :Mr, Eddy: on a
Wilson laid several I specific proposals I from storage" for interstate conunercebear Diggs.;
entertain. valuation of
well 6
educational value $700.00.Upon
as as
I before congress today! for chocking the selling\ prices at which theywent Geography of Japan-Minn Lois
nient the The new A marriage took place on the motion assessment of II. C.
--or reverse. proprietors quiet
the high cost of living, but at the I into storage" and. requiring that Scott, of )Poland.
will see to it that the children afternoon of August 2nd, at the homeof I destined for interstate Hi'hlll'.111". reduced from $11100.00 to I
l same time declared permanent results all goods commerce A Japanese Fairy Story-:Miss Louisa i i'I'hr
the -
will be considered as well as the brido's parents, Mr. and Mrs.F. $750.00.
be until time bear the prices at which they
could! not expected peace .
I IRUIII'I'int'nl"'ut
figgsEducational
i grown-ups, and that no objectionable Williams, when their daughter, clerk was instructed to write
restored ratification left the hands of the producer.
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by
fc-isis fully
was Work :Mrs. J. f
bondsof W. of S. A. I.. in "a
introduced.The united
features be :Miss Myrtle; was in holy of the treaty. Enactment: of the pending" bill for White railway t
with :Mr. R. C. Hutch- peace I regard' to t train leaving r
crews crossings
first show under the new management matrimony "
of issues.
High prices, the president told) congress the control security Some .Japanese Cwtul1IlI-\lrfl.: O. I
will be given tonight (Fri- inson. The ceremony was performedby Additional appropriations for blocked. r
1 i ., were not justified by shortageof !\ ( government W. Cn w.I1.
day) at the usual hour, and at least Rev. B. C. Scarborough and was either or pro"p'c-I agencies; which can supplythe The mayor was instructed tf) Issue j
supply present '
three shows will be presented week i witnessed by a number of relativesand tive but were created in many cases public with full information as to Work of Nannie II. Gainea-:Miss his proclamation for the city election .' ",
ly. Vhenevelpossible the subject of friends.. The happy young couple "artificially und! deliberately" by "vi- prices lit which retailers huy.1'II..ly Ituth Diggs. I to I be held on I the second Tuesday inSeptember. \i., .
I II left the evening for Plant Chorus The Fight! is On. Inspectors were appointed -
same "
I each presentation will be made known cious Retailers, he said, : ratification of the peace tn'oty I "
make their future practices. Offertory, Melody I in K. follows T. N.: 1lIdrkk J. L.Peok ';
I beforehand, and all promises kept. ? City, where they will were responsible, in large; part for extortionate so that the "free, processes of supply as : 'ry
This is all the new proprietors can home. prices. und demand" can operate. Hymn Come Thou Fount of I Kvery1'rayer : .) )I''. 1'. Shaffer.Report 'f'r
state at the present time. As soon as "The groom was connected with the Immediate steps by executive agencies BI,"sIng filed by the 'bond trustee !
they have the mutter well in hand I Shaver Canning Company while they 1 Strikes, the president warned the of the government promised. by -I,, ( ProieottHUNS i referied" ,h, the linaiiro lommiUca. \\it'.
labor world would only make mattersworse *ltomail
in Starke, and made ,
they will make further announcementswhich I operated many the president included :
we doubt not will be pleasing friends while here. His bride is an I und those who sought to em- The limiting and controlling of the

to the public. I estimable young lady, very popular ploy threats or coercion were only"preparing wheat shipments. and credits to facilitate ,
The Telegraph wishes Messrs. Robinson account of her many lovable qualitiesof their own destruction"Leaders the purchase of wheat in sucha TRAIN CHINK
of organized labor the
president -
& Lewis success and believe our mind and heart. The Telegraph way as not to raise, but rather, to
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said, he was sure would presently -
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townspeople should be congratulatedon joins the many friends of11' lower the price of flour at home'
the new management of our sole | :\11'". Hutchmson in wishing them a yield to second, sober thought."Illegal" Snip of surplus stocks of food und u

amusement place. I happy future. words the president and "criminal"used in were characterizing the- clothing. in the hands of the government. ARMY OF 5,000,000 r

: the methods by which some
of the present day prices have been The forced withdrawal from storage I
RAILROAD : and sale of surplus stocks in privatehands. :I
STRIKE OF bl'nulthtlbout.. Washington. A ''I\.(, IO, )Field Mm- set ', "ire. between the United! States f f I ;
I I'rosent laws, he said, would) be ,'n-I i General! recommendations included: khal von Mackensen and xOOO (;I'r" and ( ;icrmuny. Press dispatches from L Ji"I'IIIIIIY
iTgi'tU'Hlly employed! to the limit man I Increase of production.Careful ( and neutral countries for \
OFF force- food hoards, and! meet the situation buying by housewives. curly spring, training a Chinese army the 1 past several months has 1 been' con. tjtin

SHOPMEN CALLED ] so-N/ur as possible, but to supplement Fair dealing with the people on thepart of 5,000,01)0) according to information spieuously lucking' in references" to the
i the existing statutes IIP specifically of producers, middlemen) and contained in u letter to I Dr. K.: L. whereabouts and activities of Field,
urged' the following: merchants. Kcharf. Washington, nnounced today "
-- Licensing of all corporations engaged That there be no threats and undueinsistcncu that he hall just received from his'' Marshal von :Muckonnen, who became f.

Atlanta Aug. U.: -The strike of allied would abide without question. by any I in interstate commerce with upon the interests of a single brother in iermany.. This was one ;: one of I the most popular of the Gcr-;
railroad shopmen in the South- decision reached by the convention. !
east was officially called off at a convention With the return to work today of. I competitive selling and prevent Correction of "many things" in the received here since the resumption of cesful operations in Rnumaainu .
here late today of representa- !; striking shopmen employed at the "unconscionable profits" in the methods relation between capital and labor in

tives of the various unions to end the Central of Georgia shops here and the i of marketing. respect to wages and, condition! of .
strike pending an adjustment of their appearance that all shops would be in Extension of the food control act labor.In W. II. ItKiCS; ; ,\ APPOINTED: : I I i vi ,ry best toward making the

wage demands by President Wilson I, operation today the situation throughout : to peace times and the application of concluding the president made) a POSTM.\HTKK 1.\ ,,"rw.: I l afternoon rnjoyuldi socially/ und the

and Director General (Hines. It came the southeast tonight was> regarded I its provisions against hoanjing, to plea( for deliberate intelligent\ action, hostess added to their enjoyment by
in the form of a resolution which was as approaching normal. It was fuel clothing and other necessities of reminding congress that an unbalanced Lawtey Aug. I 15.-. Sometime during serving' refreshments. In the absence
unanimously adopted. The men were stated. that it would be necessary to life as well a* food.A world was looking to the United June Assistant Postmaster W. II.Higgs of the secretary who was sick, :Mrs

ordered to return to work Thursday continue limited freight embargoes penalty in the food control act States. was summoned to appear before J. T. :Moore acted.

morning The decision of the conven- > for a time owing to the amount of accumulated for profiteering.A "We, and we alone," he said, "now the civil service commission in :Mrs. Howe, of Kingslcy lake, who

tion will be announced tomorrow at aj j repairs necessary on cars law regulating cold storage, lim- hold the world steady. Upon our Jacksonville to take the civil service has been so dangerously ill for over
mass meeting of union shopmen. It''I' now in the shops of the different rail iting the time during whfrh goods : steadfastness and ,self possession depend examination for postmaster, and we two weeks, has been reported tit ba

had been agreed that the strikers lines. may be held ; prescribing a method of 1 the affairs of rations every- have just learned that :Mr. Higgs haw somewhat unproved!, but not out of r
disposing of them if held beyond the where. It is in this supreme crisis made an excellent record' 1, his grade danger. Her many friend urn praying .

--- LAKE BUTLER France to his home here. permitted period and requiring that I II this rriiis for all mankind-that our being higher; than that required for a that she may yet ho spared, and

sham Brown of Miller, was in town storage, country must prove her mettle. first grade teachers certificate. We returned to health and to those of her
business.Mr. I congraulate our postmaster on this loved ones who have been so faithfully .
Duncan Wednesday
Lake Butler Aug. 15.-L. A. on
and Col.) Fielding, of Gainesvillewent : Merritt, of Long Bridge, was HEATH: OF MRS. DREW: WOKTIIINfJTONWorthington : achievement. and tenderly watching over her.
over to Jacksonville recently on among the visitors in town Wednes- I Charles Supp and family have moved Dr. Wills, of Starke, assisted by a

a business trip. day. Aug. IS. Mrs. Lind- into town and taken up their residence trained nurse, has charge of the coso.Mrs. .
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:Mrs. Polly Drew, wife of Mr. JohnF. next door to Grace :M. K.: Geo. II. Beavers left on tho
W. C. Townsend made business I has ben
New a of I'arrish visiting
motored to ,
P. M. Padgett over meyer
Drew, died at her home east of church. Mr. Supp hat purchased theproperty
River yesterday Because of the rains trip to Jacksonville Wednesday. relatives here for a while.Cico. afternoon train Saturdayfor Kansas p
Starke afternoon
Wednesday AugustIP.th until recently owned 1 and occupied
lJ.Y.. forum spent' Wednesday in A. Kdwards: is visiting his coum of her even
he had to leave his car and return on I and the remains were intcrndin by11': Loadholtz, who has whenshe will take care
the train. town with the homefolks. I -, Joseph Williams, this week. grandchildren; whose mother died two
II. L. Fowler has returned home Rev. S. S. Proctor preached at the lieu la h cemetery. Clay county :Miss Ida Williams loft Wednesday moved to Jacksonville and entered Inbusiness weeks ago following an operation.Mrs. .
I there.
from Alachua, after a visit to hU rel Brandy branch church Sunday, re- Thursday. It being impossible to get for Perry, where she will spend several : Beavers mini'1 many: friends her
atives. turning home :Monday particulars in time for this issue of days.Miss W. F. Godwin left Saturday in hiscur and will bo greatly missed.Miss .
the Telegraph we must defer publishing bound for Pablo whore his family
Robert Rivers, another one of our Mrs. yeti Gainey and daughter is Oeorgie Yarhoruogh was the : Kuniru: Dinkins went to Jacksonville -
Lake Butler boys, has returned to visiting in Lake Butler. Mrs. Gainey a complete obituary notice until truest of Miss Edith William. Sunday. have been sojourning. The party left Saturday: saw :Mrs. Beavers

the United States, after seeing foreign i i. an old-time resident of our city and next week. Algar Thomas and sister, Virgic, the beach Tuesday noon bound for off on her trip to Kansas, and thun
I her friends always are glad to home which they finally reached aftera
service. many utcnded church at Snrdis Sunday. went to visit with, relatives over Sunday
Stetson Lee. of Melrose is in our see her return. J. E. Harper is at home for a while Joseph Williams male a business chapter of accidents with their big returning to l.awtey Monday. t

city visiting his brother, Dr. W. H. II. L. Fowler and family are visit- and thinks there is no place like Lake trip to I.a'ro".eIonday.. car sticking In the mud. and farm staying Rev.: I 1'1' TYfadwell has written that
there until Ford and
Lee. Mr.: Lee is i home after a stay' of ing in Alachua.Mr. Butler. II. C. People and family wore the to a the a wagonhad I he will be here. Sunday morning and
rescue.
ten months in France !in the service of Blitch, the A. C. L. pump man Claud Odom, of Jacksonvilli-v Is guests of Mrs. Williams Friday. come will preach in Grace :M. K.: church.Dr. .
Uncle Sam.G. was in Lake Cutler Monday on b V. Phillips has moved to Lake with his father and mother Mr. and Plant City where he will spend awhile church held! their semi-monthly meeting district
I of the Jaek-torwillo -
Butler. :Mrs Phillips has been quite I ness.Mr.: Moran and bride have returned Mrs. P. P. Odom. with hiM aunt Mrs. Andreu. on Thursday at the home of :Mrs. I second visit
will be his
this
lick for the past few days, but her I from their honeymoon trip to South Geo T. Price and eon James have'' Miss Ruiflle Ware left last week E. D. Saylca. Notwithstanding the i, and public will be glad
well with that been time in Lake for Palatka to visit her sister. :Mrs. inclemency of the weather there wasa herThe general
condition is now somewhat improved) Florida. lIe is pleased spending some hear him.jf' '
I fair attendance and the ladies did.( of the opportunity to
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Johnny Haney has returned from section of the state. Butler visiting C. H. Register. Overstreot.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TEL EGRAPII, STARKE, FLORIDA FHIU\\', .\l'GtST Ji: 1919.r .

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j!r IX:" MEMORIAM..: OF LEIL.4.\ :" -
I I DREWS

&" I' Whereas it has pleased Almighty .

I I God. who knoweth and doeth all things 1 -

I I well, to take out of our midst the beloved In
\ wife of our brother, J. W. Andrews Discrimination

Jr.; and ,
I Whereas, the long continued association
,, with our Brother Andrews, in i I *
'f '
.., ,fd .i ;n, ie. o x> t;. 'r s+yk:' ? I' IM 1 IIIIIIII I II IIl his duties as a member and brother of BuyingEvery

j : May Lodge No. 10, Independent Orderof
} Oddfellows, renders it fitting and,

t.l {.! a "',; !# III I proper that we should spread upon the thoughtful housewifehas
I III I records of this lodge, resolutions of

!, g'.' ,. condolence and sympathy to him in long since learned the advisability of
I 1
f tt. the great loss that he has nistained

it' , i l II in the death of his beloved companion; purchasing only standard goods of established

i therefore be it I merit.
{ Resolved, that while the brethren of I

Nj j s' ' 'IIIP'' :May Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. F bow in She knows for instance that '
I humble submission to the will of Him! ,
,\', I I who doeth all things well wr do none( all advertised food products of national

'j the less mourn with our brother and distribution must of necessity conform to pure
. ,! I I deeply feel the loss that he has iusItaincd. '
1{ l'' slelilliI I 1 food laws, not only those of her own State, but

), ;nr' f lr; ii' i lNtf'f'! %p '4! I 6..I l pllllh lu I Resolved, that we commend our : also must be in conformity with the Federal

i'l 1 IJ I I VIII I brother to the tender mercies of the '
I q ps1N M ; fl >y 1 ''I III Food Laws.
1 ., I Creator of all things! : and aKo extendto : a
,1 1f him and his family the heartfelt. : In short the label required by pure
sympathy of the brotherhood in thi", l i ,
their darkest hour of beroa vi'ment.. | food laws has prevented fraudulent substitutionand

TopDy pS baR/. tidy nd r.din Ao,; I10Aaond.o Resolved that a copy of these nsolutions | the use of unwholesome material, due to
Poundmidoamr hr IIDy /
-- .!.J 11 LritAat CnDrrt N J f.eYnulJr be spread the minutes of''
Ion t : II II upon the fact that the intelligent American house-
,
etm y. Proet.eal Pound MI.,. I, IDDUCS lo.t :May Lodge :N'o." 10, I. n. O. I F., that a 1
.,al .lass humdur w th ? I II the label.Unfortunately
II wife reads .
nrrae.o SOP fAof n p li III I copy bo furnished our brother, J. W.
F..p.: m rush ,Y7t ';1x 1 I Andrews, Jr., and that n copy be fur. .
sodlhon. +
t flt{ l lhr li II lit!;, ; h 7G, fished the Bradford f'ountjTelo- however, there are

graph for publication. some food products now on the market in
S .J, L. PEEK, Chairman,
L. W. KICKLITER various sections of the country to which our

i T. M. WILLIAMS. protective labeling laws have not sufficiently i.

Committee. applied, and in such cases the housewife is nat- [
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t
d than you ever before collected I P. A.'s built to MOITT called Self-Rising Flours; there are no laws requiring ;j1

fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your hands! It has the the label on these flours to name the l

:- ?mot jimdandiest flavor and coolness and fragrance you ever ran God-.Whereas, who knoweth, it hath and pleased doeth all Almighty things ingredients. These are still bought blindly ,I

against I well, to call from time to eternity the without knowledge of the ingredients for the

' ; Just what a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want wife of our beloved brother, Arthur E. reason that these mixtures seem never to have'

to find out the double-quickest thing you do next. And, put :Moitt; andWhereas, the long ark'. intimate association been subjected to the same label requirementsas

! it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without of Brother :Moitt with us as other mixed food products. One is unableto

3' t tongue bite or parching. Our exclusive patented process brethren has endeared him to u't, determine from the label of any sack or

'' cuts out bite and parch members of :May Lodge N'o. 10, Ind'p..ndent package of Self Rising Flour what the qualityof

,'I I Realize what it would mean to get set with a joy'us jimmy renders it fitting Order and of Oddfellows proper that, and we the flour is or what other ingredients are

t pipe or the papers every once and a while. And, puff to should l extend to him and family our mixed in with it.

f: beat the cards 1 Without a comeback! Why, P. A. is so deepest! sympathy in this their dark

'i! good you feel like you'd just have to eat that fragrant smoke I hour of bereavement in the death of However the housewife can easily
his beloved wife; therefore be it
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winiton-Salem, N. C.fc" | Resolved, that we as members of become thoroughly informed about most pro-
J tI .. !I May Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. F.. do bowin ducts and, by a process of careful selection of

. -. humble submission to His will, such products safeguard health and make pure
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I knowing that lie doeth all things well, effective.
., THROW :MOKi: AKMV und that one most likely to have an I Olson Thomas. visited friends in but we do mourn with our brother in food legislation
... FOODSTUFF INTOI'L'HLICS:" immediate effect. Alachua county Saturday and Sunday. I the loss of his beloved companion.

, HANDS: : The war department has sold to the I .Mr. and, :Mrs II. T. Bennett, of Resolved, that we commend our
.I United States Sugar Equalization Bland, visited relatives here Sunday. brother to the tender mercies of Almighty -- -.... .
+ Will :'\ot'onliltt'1I1t': To Canned Hoard :7,0"0,000! ) pounds, of sugar, it I .\ good many people of this com- God and also extend to him

AM At First Proposed.Washington has boon announced here by George; munity attended church at Sardis on and his family our healtfelt sympathy NOTE-Miss Costello it already well known to most of the ladies of
,\. /tihriskio, president of the board I Sunday, as members of :May Lodge No. 10, I. our city. She is of the Domestic Science Branch 'of the University of
Aiitf. '!.-In the face who declared, there is abundance of I :Mr.\ and :Mrs.'' Eugene; Douglass visited O. O. F.Resolved. Chicago a gradual of Lewis Institute. Supervisor of Domestic Science
of growing unrest over" the high cost. raw sugar in the country that retail friends. and relatives in Columbia that a copy of these resolutions in Public Schools, Special Lecturer on Domestic Arts and Economy
of living, as indicated by the spreading ,prices, should not exceed eleven centsa county Saturday and Sunday. be spread upon the minutes of Special Lecturer to the Women's Clubs.

strike of ruilroad, workers, many pound nail that there is no need of W. L. Blair and dllu hter :Misses :May Lodge! No. 10, I. O. O. F., that n We art publishing a series oilier most important articles

government agencies, moved, today in hoarding. Mahf I and :N'e.ita.; of Providence, pass- copy be sent Brother :Moitt and family \. ,..., '" .
i efforts to effect' a return to normal Tho head of the sugar equalisation ed through here. Friday. and that a copy be yiven the Bradford ." . "

price levels. board" .said that profiteering dealer, Pet-r Odom and son, Harley of County Telegraph for publication. i
I A sale of nil HIM'plus foodstulTn "reported, may suiter revocation of Rranford, \ isited friends and relatives J, L. PEEK Chairman, ----
the instead. of L, KICKLITER) main and fresh for months. When No Worms In u healthy ChildAll .
purchased"" fur army, their lifelines, for they are still under here part of lat week. W. pure .
...i only ('IIIIII..II-t."J.', was ordered by the the control) of the Federal fowl! I' T, :M. WILLIAMS: applied daily to the face, neck, arms, children troubled, with worms have no mi
I H. E. Crown made a business trip should bleach healthy color,whicli indicates poor blood and us u
it to
and hands help ,
.t war departnu'ut.1iliioIlH: of pounds administration, which will not cease to lake Dut'yr' last week.N. Committee. mil, there Is more or Ii'.. stomach disturhanrGROVE'STAS'rELESSchIIITONICgiven .
of moat beaut pumpkin, mutash madother ---.- --- clear, smoothen and beautify the skin. ''
. ,. In function until the senate ijrna thepeucc :" II. Stokes ; regular ,
< commodities will be olfereil, totho was a business visitor Any druggist will supply three ounces for two or three weeks will enrich the blood. Im "
twenty lie charge the What Keeps Boys at Horn.
Ii apparent tu Lake Butler Tuesday. the digestion and act 83 a GeneralSlrenllt }
of orchard white at little cost prove
r; public :Monday, August IS, shortage to speculative "exporters" 0, A. Thomas and family of Mid I More boys would run away front very the lem- .,nlntl Tonic to the whole system. Nature will thf.throw ..
has
through the parcel post, system lit' and belated orders of canner way'visited: and Mrs. borne to escnjif ilutyranny If they and your grocer oft or dl.pt'lthe worms,and the Child wm!! l I...
J. L. Brown I
' lower than those , , . ons.-Adv. ((99)) io perfect: health. Pica soot to take. sec per buttlu
prices materially and candy makers. Housewives were Sunday. bad free I lidiin! f net 1 1t.'h") " to"ton

, now prevailing in the market. Purchasers "hoarding"' sugar unnecessarily, he > :Mr. and Mrs M. C, Sullivan of 'I to.'.'1'' <"< V\ ,i'1. -. i T'.I.| ..rlln. : ,

will have to pay postage. said :New.; England; having r..fir.ed1: \ Thcresea visited the latter's parents, I E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
charges from the place of storage.It I irar stuck. sufficient to las *ix months. I :Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peoples, last week. I <-
"FAKE" Jacksonville ..
was announced\ that order blanks .--- :Mrs. E. H. piers was in Worthington I ASPIRIN
had been prepared and, would bo sent Saturday visiting her daughter, Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry Supplies
I'ItIigDENT'111.rON': ;: : ) ;o; REPLYPresident I
' to every postmaster in the country n Mrs. who'is
Lldilon
2 of Tampa, spending For thirty yean we have been manufacturing fertilizer! in this State'.we have satisfied
connection with the saKof foodstuffs eartomes
a few weeks at the sprinR''t.Glorj'e WAS TALCUM in every county in Florida
held up by the war department, Wilson has made reply to I I
through the postoflico ..1'pnt'lnlt'l1tnnoun'pnwnt the demands of the railroad Thomas, Worthington, Write For Lale.t I'rire List. Trice always in line with jnalil
That was in this community last week.
i .\ said, that food Kalesbe reply is courteous as l.mPIO-eM.\! \
the head of our nation but l :\Ir.llnd :Mrs..1. J. Rielling, of Providence -
in cartoon box only and | i therefore Insist Gen
shipped or Upon
the I less firm and stern. It's whole es visited relatives' here one day .,.,
I that the purchaser would hll10 addthe 1
of last week.It. .
senceis in the words back uine
"go to "Bayer Tabletsof
cost of ptuwl postage from the
work." E. Brown was a business visitor
food depot whore the fool is now I to Pukes Tuesday.
The of Aspirin"Aspirin
stored to the consumer, to the pricoof rjupoti'-n! wage raising has oures eeecer
bet'n"t before the director. general of I Seeber Stokes made a business tripto
the goods. I railroads by the president with Lake Butler Saturday morning.
"The "sah' J" the war d'purtm..nt'1I1IjI ructions for him to "decide, it on In-I :Mr. and :Mrs. E.; II. Douglass attended A
, "will be the largest direct sale r e
m<:r/t.. church at Sardis'I'itla! )', f II
to the American, people ever attempt The demand that the tend- be taken I I sham Drown of Bland: is spending t C t ]ai11AAl I r

ed." The preen wore" stated to be"materially from their just and lawfully entitled a while here with relatives. is n
lower" than those i r I
prevailing -- -- -
; ''oasis and given to u triumvirate
in the ctimmiTcial market and the named by labor, is naturally, and to PROMISES: :\1.II)F.. :NEVER" l KEPT:

, food was described' as being! in excellent IxxpertPd, given no reply. Is tho trade mark of Bayer
t' condition. The department said The ra i In mi I men knowingly and wilfjlly It goes without saying that wo are dosage.
't" surplus' property ollices at Boston struck without authority from all in fa\or of lower taxes. It is a I :Millions of fraudulent Aspirin Tablets -
) New York, Kaltimoro)! :Newport.; N..w*. even their own constituted authority. curious fact that the proportion of our were still by a Brooklyn manufac-
L1' Atlanta. Chicago St. Louis. :New.; Orleans That being the case, what expectationcould wealth which we pay for the maintenance turer which later proved, to be com- rtl
, "' l Fort, Sam a Houston, El Paso, the government have that it I j of an orderly government and posed mainly of Talcum Powder.

1 Omaha and San Francisco had been 'i i would respect or obey any authority jthe i I support of our necessary", public "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" the true, t 141I
directed\ to make the sal*". Presumably "Get back where you belong, to the institutions, is the cause of moregrumbling genuine American made and American

the regular ..."n(' rates for parcel work of helping the country emerge | ( than any other feature of owiwd Tablets are marked with I l
post will apply' (from these. cities in from the dusk and cloud of a troubling our public life. From time immemor- the safely "Bayer Cross." I
determining the cost to purchasers by !j war period," is the duty of these men. I! iul the most attractive and vote-get I Ask for and then insist upon "Bayer + 4'
the parcel post system.Directortioneral That they will do this, unwillingly it ting promise that the seeker after office Tablets of Aspirin" and always buy I
t' ; Hines, Commissioner I may be for some, r is. not to be doubted.i could make was to reduce the tax: them in the original Bayer package I: (# The best credential any young
Culver and Militant, Secretary i They have merely been led to believe es. And, always the taxes haIo..en which contains proper directions and l
1 h' Lttlingwoll, appoint by the conference iby i the nefarious workers for overthrowing 1 increased. This. condition moves the Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester I I, 4 t /. man can offer is proof of a good
( assembled by Attorney-General civilization law order and St. Augustine Record to make a fewpertinent II I 1
1'(1: ( Palmer to rrnrp
h living cost, wrfjf. if* f. exchange of n.,.r.'rr4, >jni* bearing on they wai\ all nt once. Labor we give below: I WHITE, SOFT AND CLEAR | 'I It signifies good habits, ambi-
: n r the problem Tk- "rlr""I"n w ntJ I will be disillusioned some early dav, All the candidates for governor will I I 1 T
mmi.ti'" had agreed and then it will become again the balance promise lower taxes and better tion, thrift -and perseverance-
out that th<- ; Make This Beauty Lotion For!II
V' that mold' 'be taken by congress wheel that keeps the machineryof schools, t'tp. etc. i' ill I all characteristics that
steps worthy
'i"r J which wi/ud alleviate. the situation at industry! and government movingponderously Every candidate for governor for A Few Cents and See For 'I

once, but it was Mid at Mr. I lines'office but with the delicate exactness the last twenty years has promised to I Yourself. employers appreciate.
demanded for perfect work. lessen
that nothing final had been decided -I. taxes. What girl or woman hasn't neard of
i upon. The cfmimittoo was instructed I The president has. spoken mildly, Taxes have increased every year lemon Juice to remove complexion A savings account is not only
but there is in his 1 l''
| reply that which for the (
past twenty
I particularly to deal with years blemishes to whiten the skin and to 1
lead us to believe that it is The I ; reference but it
ultimatum character
an Evening Record suggests that u good
f profiteering and to suggest how law bring out the roses, the freshness and a ,
in spirit. In other words the each .
enforcement agencies! should! proceedto I of the aspirants for the governorship j the hidden beauty ? But lemon juice '
business investment.
y r bring to Justice: men guilty of extortion :i bluff! of the bolshevik in this countryI ) present his. plan for lowering alone is acid therefore irritatmcr. and ( ir \ \ is also a good
I Iwis been called and called hard.- taxation in Florida. The voters will
should be mixed with orchard while
unreasonable decide
r through! prices. 1 Tampa Tribune So today not to delay.
read them
t If any recommendation. is made to _- with eagerness. The news.papers this> way. Strain through a fine cloth
will print them free of charge, I the of fresh lemons into
it is believed' most likely juice two a
congress MILLKn: so interesting will they bl!. 'bottle about three $--$-$_$_$. -* *-* $-4
that It will deal with sale of the wheat j containing ounces
-- You are going to lower our' tuxes. of orchard white, then shake well and
crop nt market price and the ahMirptH.n Miller Aug. I l.V: II. <; ,
by the government: of the hii-ine-is ,-- Crawfordwas '! I'.t'I see how you! are !going to ,do it. you have a whole quarter pint of skinand Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow
n .J
\ 'siti-r to rvillelllt !
i > Tli-
!
< fiindidatiubmn'ing! thbr
t\i : + i.t 1 lo.s between that price and, the $?.?'i Week.'aiinT', .
i. fhln! Dill n "' i :< 'ln most .ni -i cost usually for small Jari I
I tfiiiirutitoi'd', the "rl1ll'l'Iun:\ Oilcanshave . tine pays a Bradford
Bank
,
I'rnh'u County
n r Pr % 'r?' tr.h I .I'' :i'i i !cm-?! .' iet'I ltiv.I .- of ordinary cold crvam. He sure to :
indicated that thi < i is the m.tpracticable .
pnd fhri ugh h. !'> ,r i lit m ining 't'! I af'iit1lrng'harI'mpn , ",nil" strain the I"moljuke so no pulp gets I ESTABLISHED 1889
which would be taken
step
eimuitr to l l1..k.-' .
,
\ Tm. into the bottle, then this lotion will re-
4 Starke, Fla.

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.'IUIJ.Al"f.l"ST 15. J 1919. BRADKOUD COUNTY TKLt: GRAPH. STAKKE, FLORIDA

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- -- ,- I iately .shot Willmms through the ab ni\i>\roui( > S.\ I'-OX; CITY Ct.di G'.uso; Urp! and Influenza j

domen. Catts proceeded to the still LAKATIVF PROMO QU1.N N 'Tablets remove the
1 News of Florida I .
in Short Paragraphs. and told Superintendent Hart that Kiadford. Aug. 15.-(.'. H. Newsom Sampson. City ,\Ul('. H.-Ri'v \\ il auir There la only uuo "Bromo Quioiu '

I I1 and S. l'. Andreu were visitors toSampson lining of Starke, 'filled his regular/ ,I I'pointment C W GROVE'S signature oo boL 30c.GOOOTO.
there down the
crippled
was a negro\
------------1 City ;Monday.Mrs here Saturday< nnd Sun' ln\ -- - ------

[ Live State News ;H Hnn ::1 and road found and to.t'o Williams/ get him.dvnd.) Hart'went Catts left :N. G Hayes tens visitor to delivering three interestingetiu/ ''nMr. -

J the scene. Worthington Wednesday ; Tale Kite ami Me'sdaim. lam,

..w.a.snow.not.annnin.eannln.uun.nrn.nunen r..w.uw. Mis.; !Jo?;. U. Andreu Sr., and non, Kite and .)ohniiAmlcrxcin, nf Stailt;( ,

Told Our I Roy, were visitors to \VorthingtonTucsda.v. motored over in our lung \\',.>"' I 't">

by Exchanges. I I Reports received in Gainesville on .'. II fternoon11r Tlvl LAST +

-- Thursday afternoon from Crystal T. 11. I. t1wlI"tlll'UR in Starke I f tl
CffGP
on ; lti'>gan Smith was .1 l 6.-n> I I
- Kr er stated that there was u near- business :Monday.Mr. visitor to Gainesville 1Vtslne.dn iShcriir I

Votl'l'111: St. I'eteisburg have en-I licit national committeeman' who has riot between whites and blacks ut that ; and ;Mrs. CV.. Edwards visited l Epperson nod )Ittgwty IXi S" i StALEO TINS ONLY l
q, eased the net of the lust legislature/ returned from three months place Wednesday night It was said r
spent in relatives in Aluchun first of the vvrck. ," n giving the vote to women in oil mu- :New York and Washington. I). T. that a party of white men, while The little daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Thursday afternoon.Mr. t I I1. I

I oiicipal election Gerow. of Jacksonville will open his cleaning a baseball park Wednesday C. W. Edwards: is improving from her : . X. Wynn, of Graham\, v\.i: ,,11 I

headquarters in Jacksonville and direst a afternoon found a big pipe stuck in recent illness. our burg Thursday nfternoonMossrs. I tlAWELLU3: :

Olfifial notification t1atlanutl'C; the active campaign in every section the ground which they couldn't move ;Mr. and Mrs. ,'la Crews ar.d11': ; A. l K.. Smith and T I loIh:1111( : \, ,. ,f .

|count: has been awarded $1:>0.000 of of the state. Everywhere: he went without help. Some one of the party Wade llarrell and family spent last made a business" trip to Staik.-I hm I con a"'_ .... od .'

(tin ,.;;XHi.ooo( ) state aid road fund has said ;Mr. Bean, he heard promincninwn called n negro,: man standing! near and Thursday at the spring day ::r. T.. .... e'jj 14'10'

ibcci)> fu'lIl-h"tI to the county commis- declaring for a change in administration asked[ him to help. He replied with un Malcolm! 11111'1'11In" u visitor. to \Ken Kite, of Stnrke, wax a loll- II ',i.
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51''"i.eiMUCH'-. many asserting that they oath, whereupon" the entire party: BrooI,err Thursday morning. v'i-ilor\ here Thursday.

would never nlt'ain'ote the democratic caught him and severely whipped him I TRY IT SUBSTITUTE 4',1
( I H :Newsom was in WorthingtoiiSatuida ;Mrs. M. Youngblood ;11'1 l I hit'
; Haven held l a special election ticket. Later in the IIftl'I'110,1I. about dark
\ moimng.SAMPSON. daughter, N'otn: are visiting the f"i, FOR NASTY CALOMEL '
|last h.itiinlm;, to vote $15,000:\ in bonds three negro men we-io said to have attacked mer's parents Mr. and :Mrs. .)I. II ( .

|ti> build .1 nllIodern, school house. G. W. Hopkins and soninlayV.. the town marshal and took his cm Hall I Starts Liver Without Making J"
I Then a "re xc'I''ntlil'l''otes cast, all your
11. )Ke-mpfer, of Ki.ssimmee, purchased pistol fl'O.11. him. Later still about Miss
I
[bi, II..K fr e holders, and every vote was last week the entire! herd of pure bred 10.30: oVMtV< three shots were fired ICthel Ratileison' imitate n buiIHHS ) Yen: Sick and Can 1
Stnrke
|fpl'i i_.unlg: l hounds>i and grade. cattle owned individually and much yelling: done in a section of Sun( 'p-on l'ity t A'nr' 15.-Ruv. \V. trip to Tuesday not Salivate. ';

by Put Johnson and while the exact the town occupied by negroes The T, Mdiiipe' prrnlied! hero ;.Monday[ Mr. Mnrvin Ogden of (;1'"hI1l1l.:1': ---- k

I l.igli-r: nullity has lined up with sale price was not made public it is white men thinking trouble] was brewing and Tue-dnv nights, delivering m tvv > n busmen visitor here Thursday afternoon. Every druggist III town-your drugirit .
.
otl'r, !pmgie' -.'\'e counties in bonding said to be around $12,000.: The herd immediately culled other towns ver.v illt.t, mimic ei'uiiin*. mill I'\'t'r'hntly' druggist has noticed
!\It'-i. .1. P. Itobeiiri nnd 'Vilbll.tIHntith ;Mr, C. A. Smith spent Tuo-duv. afternoon I
fur K"""l I "loads and at the recent elec- numbered nearby and linked the authorities to olt' in the sale
: falling /
(40( head 1gl'cat
,, and is without a acre, IHISIIH'HS visitors, here on whim his IWlllww.1.; .r. A. K.
1Io i- lii lil tin Hfor Unit purpose the send ofllcers to help them Those the
doubt all\
the best Florida rinsed herd in of calomel 'they give same
people toted in favor of u $250,000 1111ln of whites Monday. Smith. .1 tits
Out-coin county, if not in the entire towns responded posse reason Uodson'a Liver Tone is taking ,
]bond. m-sue. state. In fact it includes the cattle searched every negro! house in theto'n here U. Km "row was. a bu"ine"K"Illitor Mr. and :Mrs.\ J. K. Reynolds. 1'11"4' place., $ ,r

shown but didn't/ tint II single negro Wednesday.MI ed! through here Friday. enroute to t'
at the last] state fair, being "Calomel is dangerous and people ?
The i',its: council, of Tltusville justlove's awarded first prize as the best Florida man. but did! find 1 n quantity of ammunition ,'-. I:. :N. dim, of Louise i passed New ttivor.Mr know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is r ti

iln 11' local newspaper. They raised herd. and firearms of various kinds. through here Wednesday enroute to mid Mrs.! John' McKmney lIu.1l'hilth''II. perfectly. safe und gives better results

ha\c posted. the delinquent tax list in Later in the morning three negro men Stnrke.Mr.] of Graham: ultondcd church: 1 ," suit. prominent local drug

the postoflice, rather than have it published The reduction in the railroad supposed to be the rinlen.I"I'M.'ere/ ; [ and Mrs.\ w. I E. Jones returned here Sunday.Mr. gist. lUnlson's Liver Tone i.s personally -
ill the newspaper. Of course, assessments for to their homo here after h
by the state IIrl'l'sh'tnn.1\ taken to Inverness Wednesday ; 'I'emnty1'asditm was n visitorbyre by druggist who
Kimrnnteod every
comptl'oll'rplac"K
non-iesulent property owners can run all spending. the weekend with relatives
down from Chicago or St. Louis and the municpiality of Gainesville safekeeping Thursday morning Friday nfteinoon.Mrs. sells it A large bottle costs DO cents,
) white male citiAnsvere carrying In Orange Heights.C. : E.: II. Smith and children. of
,
look it next winter. in a bad predicament the net reduction and if it fails to give; easy relief in
over valuation] of the various lines arms of every Kind. It was. reported A. Smith of Hawthorne, was\ a Gainesville, spent Friilny afternoon every cave of liver sluggishness) and'

t The new university extension scrrice amounting to over $20,000 for purposes that a party of negroes went to Dun- business visitor here Wednesday. with her mother, ;\11.... Sarah Junes.Messrs. ' constipation you have only to ask for

at Gainesville provided for at of city assessments. A peculiar nellon Wednesday. afternoon tutu! ;Miss Ethel: Uniilerson was n visitorto : ,I. 1' limit A. I K. Smith" T. your money back

'. the recent session! of Florida legislature feature of the returns by the comptroller bought nearly ISO) pounds of shot, Stake' Wendesday.J. Oldham and Joe* Hull were business, Dodson's Liver Tone Is a pleasant-

has been inaugurated by the i.s that the Coast Line assessment nearly nil being buck shot. D. Sloan, who 'hn been on the visitors to Slnrke Friday lahting, purely vegetable remedy,

election of 1'rof. II. G. Ingrahnm as is reduced over' $20,0ii:! () below sick list! for the \pnst week m improving firs.V.; R..lunes: returned to her harmless, to both children and adults t. .

Kdiiector. Prof. Innham is a graduate that of last year) while the Seaboard is at I tins writing. home here Saturday after :'I"'IHliulfMl''I'I'U Take a spoonful at night/ and wake ( 1S

\. of the university' of Wisconsin, had assessed at a higher valuation than Escape: front death considered of little sixty MiIlettie 1 I Lewis nnd sister', Miss\ I .I/1/ .\'s with her mot bet, :\II'''. I E. up feeling tine; no liihousneHa, sick r. i

several years' experience there in the last yeaand the T. & J. the same a.s less than ))liraculoliR.8S. that Pearl Smith, Arcadia, me visiting Gcigcr i hl'IHlnd'l') acid stomach or const ipntpcihovvels. .r
white men and coloied peopleon relativeand friends. here for a few Mi. William Phillips of Theios-a I ,
e\ti'ii-inii division work and more re- List year 1 I It doesn't !gripe or cause
.'' rently tin- been director of extension the S. V. Hough plantation nearGietna. days.: was u visitor here Frida.v He bus, inconvenience all tho next day like

work at the university of Kansas. ;Miami faces Gadsdon county, Friday when 11 r. and ;Mis." ]Jo: II. Smith, of Gaines ju-l recently returned from" oiieaMisses I violent calomel. 'J'uke" dose of calomel .
of the
one liJrA'I'.tp"bl..ms I struck !bolt
a tobacco burn was! by a \"iII'i"ilt'd telatives Mere' Sunday.J. Sloan mini
,1 Il it' nn.111'I.thll I today. find tomorrow you will feel
.
in its history with the placing which knocked the
to
Word was received in Lake City of of lightning E. Kaulerson made n IHISIIICSA; n husinesH trip to nil irll'sl'i tile * ... embargo on nonperishablegoods floor half of the occupants rendering
trip Valdostn, ( la.. Sunday.L. "
Thursday: morning by long distance by the Florida. East Coast of them unconscious. day. d.iv'K work I Take )Dodnon's. Liver ,
many F 11I'1'I'in and children left Sunday .,
]'tlfroln.1 ,\t lantn. stating that ;Mrs. Lnn- way, with $2,000.000( ) worth of MessrH, Neal 1 I Daughter and atm Tone InMI"IHlllntl feel tine, full of vigor

nie I'.ilnier, formerly Miss Edith Ev- building construction under I'nil-I morning for Jacksonville, where Waxdm of iiiihiim: attended ilniuliheie ii"d! ition. t 1.-5V4I
; now this
Engineers will be in Lcesburg they will make their home
of .1. L. Evans of \V"atertovvn. Sunday I .
andaughter ---
1 there. This ---
r embargo interferes week on a tour of inspection of the ;MiV., E. Jones returned to SlurlieSntmilux J. V. Jones of Hampton' wau IMI-I,
in Atlanta
had taken
t. poison the shipping of ('(cement steel! and. oth- lakes and tho Okliivvahu river lookingto ', where she will complete her I "'
.". : here afliiiH.niA.
Wednesday' No report of her condition ness visitor: Sunday m + +
ei' building materials. Work on KCVel'lll of the work the I d '
the pushing on ill music,'.
project (0111''
;''f.j ha1lioen] received but the chances hotels II. Proctor, of u"crnmn.>/ (!11.1,1 i I 5'
and Y
big houses ,
apartment ,yt
Mrs.; C. Crosby spent Friday herewith
the channel
that the was fatal in its of deepening is :-pending several days with teliitiM"' I i
are poison
will be stopped in a few days because her moUIt'I'11'1'; Waltei Ed-
adopted. by congress" at a former session. -
and friends.Messrs, I
effects.While / "
} of the cement! shortage. One contractor Plans were made for giving theengineers mondson. ; Lynk and Joe WilliamHint, It Helps g 4m, 4
is making arrangements for. /getting ;MrE.:. Purrish iM'er sick nt thiswilting
there has been no loss of life : every opportunity' ( for seeing ) Joe Hall made) n l-cisinc'ss Ii"ip\, t tStai ,
a cargo of cement by boat from but we wish her an early 1'1'l'O'l'I' -
the .splendid possibilities in thepl'opnS'tI !
of 'lltt
in the phosphate mining district the north. I ''Ke Saturday.Mr. There can be no doubt

Hillsborough) : county, there have been plans. They will\ be taken y.Ilogiin; J. 1. Cam, .of Louise, spent Sun; as to the merit of (.;Cardul I 1 ?;; i
d the liver across. the lakes ami Smith .pent Sundiy: in t worrnit's tonic in
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I
the
disturbances as a result of alleged) dif up day l mm ft."'rnwirl, guest of his I"'I'. :\11'- '
between former employes of James Rice, a returned' negro soldier shown the same courtesies that were Gainesville. the treatment ol many
ferences from Fl'lince.'ho murdered I Joe extended Senator Fletcher and, Congressman Supt. I E.: U. I'oppell wits n visitor to W. 11. Sloan troubles to
t' and those who have come in Giccn; nnd( ThelnmCam 'peculiar
the plants Little ;Misses!
Leroy, Ocala's popular) little ('him'lIeluundr'mun Plane.Dairying lone school Friday and. gave a very interesting women. -4- '
to accept employment the strikers were the guests of theiru> on in, '. of women who have !been ,. "
was executed, in the jail talk to the pupilsMisses .
had. In Polk county adjoining , nnd Edith: Sloan'; by Cartlul; in the Lc
formerly yard at Ocala Friday. It is estimated : Allie and Herlhn Sloan visited i ;Misses Kflie: helped 5
disturbances are becoming almost I has taken U tiemendousimpetus I School .I here Monday; with past 40 years, Is conclusive -
opened'
that ( ) witnessed the fric'tids. in Gainesville SaturdayMrs. ,
2,500 t I
persons I trot that \it is a
all over the state. Iumrvmcnaround ,
nnd. murders have tI had m as, U 'ir I r
daily occurrences forty-eight pupils mi a
bunging./ Before the black cap wall Tallahassee shipping ; Gay: of Hawthorne, wns n visitor I good mcJicinc for women >t
been committed. nre now tL'nl'lll'r1; I.... \II. ;\Cinder(
here of 'her daughter It should
placed on him the condemned manmade something! like 1)00 gallons: of milk a recently, guest . - who suiter.
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n talk of a half-hour duration. ;Mrs. A. .K. Smith. help you, too.
day and m n few weeks expect' to be
Excellent progress is being/ made in :Mil.1.1.U\ :
nod brother
Miss
Without tremor in his voice he Ruby liroughton ,
a confessed
roads in shipping between 1500 and. KiOO; gallons Take
construction of the hard
the Egbert; of Gainesville: spent' the weekend
his guilt and attributed hiscrime
the Palmetto district. About thirty a day. There lire !M I dairies in with relatives help.Mrs. MiIIl'I'ull.. H. -- Evn: the matt l' ix
booze and The
work shell and to crnpshooting. Leon county and the owners are 1>1'0-i of :Mr. andlm l M r
hauling months old! child! <
teams are nt )
; J. .J. Cain mind children of
x drop failed) to break' his neck and his
approximately five miles of road has grep! and successful business' men. L"ui'il''illil..d, her sister, ;Mrs.V.. H. C. Dukes, died( on August t t tin It h
He claimed
wnthings to
were pitiful.
k been laid during the past week. l Uv-'> I I The majority of them have a silo and : :Sloan Sunday. after nil illness of several dav: CDU1
bp fully prepared nnd welcomed death
orythiiicr possible] is being done to me growing! their own feeds. It is T. nidham) and Mrs. n. F. Bridges All inwlicnl skill and III'"w li.it' I ,' v
A number of Chinamen from St. Augustine -
(rcmipletf th vvoik] Ii'tm'r' time thee this fact more than any other one thatis and daughter Uhodessa, made n trip 'mild! ti.VII" done' hum I to tin .i'\ .nl.

Lou ii -t- been ai riving. I ) came over to witness the execution making the dairy business profitable / to Starke' Friday. interment' tonic Alter. Tue-siln-" ,urn, 11
[It was the. lint hanging in i
for. these' Leon county farmers Tnte I Kite ,and Mesdames [Ethel Kite : hug nt Elc.ey-: ('hnpel.'rhr enln( '." .",n i ?KHA lif
the for number of The Wcmar.'s Tonic JJ)
county a
years. The farmers west of the Apnlachicoln, -
The sj:rt'p' and sugar industry sostrongly I I and Lottu Amberson. were visitors immunity extends its licaitfilt -:, nip, i
river ore becoming/ very much interested afternoon. here-nvi'd. .
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advocated, for Florida the hereVe'duesdny thy to the parentMr }
The most serious train wreck the of ,
in Mrs. N. F'r1l'r.! ,
and of th1IIlII'e
in dairying, more Mr. and lit.1 II. M. Kelly and .1. I', \Irx.lr.l.[ ('I ,110 vi-it
and I Ynil
has brought big men '' ;
| t year : many hif-tory of the 1 Dow-lmg-Shands Lumber entering this line of farm work.i Mix ""', T'i:,J.I.: v riles: ILIFT l
1to the state to investigate and to in- Company occurred near Green The milk from/ this section will be Hall mode/ a business' trip to Statke ing relatives in South Florida "I war! I'.i' 'II'? tlirotli'liHit ! I: i 4

vest. Last week several prominent officials Cove Tuesday when their lug I Friday afternoon. J. J. lIeilllnv.nl Providence! in I . f I'M, IJackml\
Springs
f, of the Southern railway systemwere shipped to 1'enaacola. Miss Audrey Hernn has gone to this community Monday.E bide,, '." o '.'.i.ijlc, and!
'
train plunged into Sow bud branch. It .
in Jacksonville to consult with Jacksonville to make her future home. W. Douglass; made n hi-ln' inj' : : I.: Irn.l! -
i is understood that the train in For time robberies of : a
was some past ti'!j I ill':! pl.ttiu"v.'
;Mr. Stevens about She will be greatly missed by friends ;Monday.Mr. .. t
: and Starke .
Mr. Spencer trip to : .
who aId I .t t about
of
t r'
charge n new engineer was stoics, through the Hawthorne scctinn : \ I
t establishing/ syrup factories along : hi're. : and! ;Mrs. Allen (Langford .f I nil nvi r. I 1'ii'l'C, . .I
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familiar with the glade at ,
4 their lines in Florida and South Ocor- nut n steep have been reported.\ Stores at some Quite a crowd enjoyed a IKh\ fry Ellenton are spending a while with, Ir, li-. i.i i n:. i. and myP

gia. that place.and instead of slowing up, half dozen places have been entered here Wedmday, those present being the family of ;Mi., and, Mrs.; F, S LII in!!' j 1 "-' :nJ kss, .

'R let the train run down the hill at a and robbed of goods and money. It :Mr. and :\11'''. A. II. Proctot, of (Merman of this place.Mrs. I PI. u....,.. i I. I Intel ..4F' .

Lake has lost its position asa high rate of speed.Vhen the engine \\'n"'idl'nt that the work was done Ga., Mr. and :\\IrsV.. II. Sloan ford W. M" Thomas, of neo/ I Itn: rc. ., !M.5 I : l.yf ado ,
county arrived at the bottom, the tenderjumped by the same gang, as the methods employed I lank Jones Lynk Williams MusesAllie '.'in' .. -i 'if "c"r. rf a"e.I .
andMrs.
released county from tick fever ford, visited, her parents, Mr: '' h. ,psev.orlt."
f the track nnd the train buck- m breaking and entering wereabout EfTie and Edith Sloan I : I II'i / ;
quarantine, by recent order of the secretary Bertha I 1 J. K:, Thomas ono day last w..k. Try ( auui, tuua)', L;:76
led nt once. Thirteen truckloads of the same in each case Theolllcory Mr and Mrs A. I II I. Proctor' returnnl I t: tiTliawwanrdinbAe
1 of agriculture!, who has put the Carl! Brown was /n IIlIMifl'I il"I'to m, r.I: _____..
back under quarantine because logs plunged down on top of the engine : have been on the watch anti to their, home in OlrVrman Ga., after . lifUni'ionLust Lf'r''- ,,-!' .,,
county ProvidenceSaturday : :
which demolished. The train last week they airestcJ Y'4- + .
I' was : a negro) named spending several days here with '
,, the state and county did not prosecute I Saturday C'veinng a mipprise + .
Hawkins for robbery the Francis 'I
crew saw what wa going to happenand nt lativvs and friends.
work. This restric .. Ivan. the home. IIr.J S.
the final clean-up! tiriiu tit ,
;,t and him with the pea y 'P H'Hrown. -' ---- -- - -- -
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left the scene just before the store caught ;Messrs I Roy Roberts and K. I'ob- | -- -- ---
tion makes it necessary for cattle Intended wreck occurred, and was killed. stolen rash on hill'perMon.. He witsXupposed Wntcroak .."tion. A good many of the youngpeople
be no one rots, of the were I
t for interstate shipment to ] were present and all report/ CORNS ORCALLUSES
and freed of ticks to he u member of the regular visitors, here Sunday morning
inspected dipped Held on a charge of murder by the gang. Tuesday it was reported and nice tunJ *-.
liurrows
;Mr. and ;Mrs. I K son, '
issued
certificate by mendedchurch '
.,i and official moved of under the government.So verdict! of the coroner's jury into the that two negroes supposed to be the Willie Clydp, of Staikt', were! guests i I.. Hrown and family OFF

an death of her. husband at Oak Hill last wanted parties, were near Hawthorne, ..f :Mr. and ;\IrV.. II. Sloan Sunday at Sardis Sunday. '

Sunday, ;Mrs. Albert flyers has been so n posse of citizens soon formed to afternoon. arrived

. \. far as is known Mrs H C. taken to the county jail at DeLand) to catch them. Headed by Jas. Granger/ Claude IJrown was a visitor to Val- I Dorsn't hurtl! Lift any com or

: Simpson, Kissimmee'x efficient postmistress await a preliminary hearing and trial. (captain of tho:! county convict guard d I stu Sunday. months actual service in the A. E. I'. callus:: off with fingers. !

..If is the first woman in Osceolucounty Reports of the killing of1)'l'rR; indicate the posse followed\ the trail and finally Guy Prescott' who hus. been in the is spending //I while with relatives

; who has made. an airplane voy that it was one of the most cold came across the negroes, riding in n navy for the past year or twos has here ll., was accompanied\ / here by

age. If any other woman in this county blooded and ghastly crimes ever committed stolen Ford car who opened fire on ln'pn discharged and it now visiting his wife yr

'N has been taken airplane riding. it Volusia county. The wom- their pursuers. A small battle ensued his, parents, :Mr. and ;Mrs. S. J, Pres- II. G. Crawford! waR a business visitor jLr

S has been done at night! and "on the an ill alleged! to have held a shotgun and l when the smoke hud cleared i."tt. Urn many friends are glut t
sly," because the !government aviators lose to the head of her husband whilehe nothing was found by the empty Ford -.e him back. : mind Mrs, J. P. Crawford. of g

,) nre forbidden to take passengers! unless was asleep in bed and pulled the the negroes having fled., News of thesho..tinC ;Mrs. A. Hrown is spending a few Jacksonville visited frlnd l< and relatives (- iN

on official business. ;Mrs. Simpson the- trigger the force of the charge tearing was phoned to the officers days in Baldwin with relatives nndfnpnds. tier. part of last wvc-k

being a government:( official away the whole back part of his and as soon as possible Sheriff Hugan 7'. S. Langford made a business

w regulations! were liberally interpretedto head and scattering his brain over the and Deputy Fennell of Palatka] I left ;Mr. and ;Mrs. E.: J. Edwards, of trip to H"i'"r.1londIlY.: .

apply to her. She was taken about bed and walls of the room. The shooting for Interlachen where they were join Starke were* visitors! here Sunday aft- :'oIl'In' ,) Mrs I Ralph (Glover of !Lake o
.ii 3,000 feet up, Kissimmee i is on themap Currie. The trail of Sun r/bk d
by Deputy
in this community
(Hutler were
mail is said to have been witnessed by noon.i l
It'S a; a station for the air II'd robbers followed,
to Hunter
the of the couple but was School is progressing nicely with s
11-year-old son
','. route in this part of the United States did not realize \\ha this mother was '<' one of the men Henry lieddick, I :Mrs. II. :McGruder: as teacher. We day.T.. \\'. Waters made n business tripto
I I slightly wounded, located and ar r;
was
teacher. At
r doing until after the shot had been fired mill lack an assistant LakeHutler Monday.
"Regular" whiskey. adulterated! rested. The second negro was foundin wasa
present there are fifty-five pupils enlIed. Dr Care-foot, of Worthington
"; whiskey, beer and wines valued at I the woods near Interlachen, badly i., professional visitor here one day

more than $10,000, based on the cur wounded./ Both men were carried toI'alatka Sampson School Honor Roll the week.J. ifli
night Joe Catts killed past
rent "bootlegging"! price here, were Saturday where their wounds, were attended Grade Bertha and business -
and Charlie Williams another negro, witha Xdvanced Eighth; H.cwo.rcl\( was here on iJ iJDon't iJY
;: : seized in a raid on a restaurant I to. Effie Sloan.
- y",. Garcia single bullet fired from a 33-calibre I :Monday.Mr.
Maximo; -
rooming house owned revolver. The killing occurred be- Third craleIrubert'amP. ; and ;Mrs :Marion Douglass of

in Tampa Wednesday by federal the still and what is I Why Bank Ofielilt Get Cray. Chart Class--J. B, Smith Losulo Ellisville, viniteel relatives here !Sun

agents. A complete rectifying outfit, tween Six-Mile; proper in Volusiacounty. "lly the way Mrs Small, that heck Wynn Cecil GriflK Ossin! Wynn Kmi day. suffer': A tiny bottle of

several cases of adulterated nnd moonshine known. as The Catta camp was at the ,-on
whUkey in pint bottles bearing: negro: uarkfii.! 'No fund'Oh, thanks! Iwon't .-Ioun. church at Surdn. Sunday. drug .stejri., Apply u few drops on the
and his wife wanted '
quart labels tf a standard brand! and Six-Mile camp, 1 tni I'llsh ittLi.st.'u.'i. .. and "hard akin" on bottom
<1p hundred! of these loose booze labels to go with him and started in the company .. .1 I If'., of fi.i-t, then lift them off.
bottles the of Charlie Williams When the Improved Ice-Cream Con.. trip to Blandlonl11&Y.; from
and empty were among When Irucone removes corns
seizure.. distance between the two camps had To provide a substitute for the not -- -- the tops or calluses! from the bottomof

I been partly covered, Catts stepped The Quinine That Dace !tot' Affect list' Head! always nunltury Ico-i'reiim, cone, au In Piles Cured In o to H Days feet the akin beneath Is left pink

Republicans of Florida will put a from the shadows along the roadwayand I B-"...* of' lee inole\ end 'lutnttv rltrct LAXA- ventor la/ patented u device that cut* ttocurakluhin4UhnlrBi.edunga! .t : ::r ,. Pr"trudogPllla.: ;; and healthy and never sore, tender or
,; TIIi U'l!'( Ql 1MSE (TaBtfH cuo be ''''''n 'hunnnu and replueea it
" full state ticket in the field next year, said to Williams : "That is my by anyone without eaulna o.rvfjuwnf.* ur riuuin4iallicbeaj 1 it core front a li intly telu'VM' huhbrotiraik.n; : wa Pilaieew; irritated.-Adv. No. 285.
r according to George W. Bean, repub- wife you are talking to," and immed E.*.(;!lV"to S iitaature oo bas M. with Ice : .--LxUaalo. f .cul.l: ; r.eualur


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA riilUAY. AUGUST: U, 1919.

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ft; 8radford-- u-doss, and he wag compelled to return ,, -the entire crop. What they will do :r
., County Telegraph to his old double plow and other next if they persist will be to throw
;11 .1 implements made by the local smiths. this country into industrial chaos

L :ii lld- A great and growing farming state from which all of us, these misguided
it' PobliHtie-d Weekly t-ntered an NCc"id '
!like, Florida deserves that implement] ones who are helping cause it included : .
: clj-s matter at the post-office it makers should study her peculiar : will emerge on the lower rungs ofi

.1i' i Mark*. Florida. ne..ds. and meet them and our imple- i the ladder and begin again our halting .

: ( =.'- i tin'nt dealers should start an agitation upward climb.
rt ; I t E. S. M ATI'HEWS.; Editor and Owner. in this!'! direction. If implements] I I The price' profiteer we might reach

i J. C. ROBINSON: : Associate FAitur.t i i wire made that could be drawn along and punish. The wage profiteer will
t the ridges! by small tractors numberless I lito careening madly on his way until
ho mires himself and the rest of us
______ ______ ______ draft animals could be dispensedwith ;i .
r i and the grain used for feedingthem with him. Either that or he must become
1919 AUGUST *9tQLQI111213J4L316
3:. j be made to fatten hogs.! enlightened and see for himself]
:, .11M 1.iil:1tI.'! : i Ti u I . !J I the end of the road he is so blithely]

THE; R.II.W.qPF.STJO4: ,, blundering along today.: -Leesburg
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z ... 1T2 I Commercial.
Whrtt will be the ultimate fate of
: :.3 4.5: 6417 [t9 I the railroads! of the country-wh"th. I Io"t ministers if not most churches
William in tho
Dr.
ei they will be returned to the ownersat writes Bryant,
., : the appointed, time or be bought by Herald' and Presbyter, "believe in
[ th,. government cannot be foretold as publicity but as a rule advertising is
r i vet As it looks now, when the four I done on too economical a basis. Church
: ;I
ltl8192Q2f2223 gnat" brotherhoods of trainmen want budgets art' not usually made up witha

the roads, turned over to the govern- 'I a \ (.\\, to much 11I'erti"inVe shall

; }: &125: 26 _2728.29:30Ili.ilinir : ,ini, 'nt. and the men to share in theinotits 'I have to change that radically in the
r their wish powerfully: backed ,I future or fall behind! in the march ofpi
., ---I i M- it is. may be realr/.ed The rail- 'I 'ogress.! "

" ( !, : : t thi" Valley ( i'.ttt' HIM i ways are the veins that carry the life j I

Mould liiluveKisimmi'o'' tn bt> <>'m- of blood of the country's commerce and
; the Ii\i>lust towns in riuridn. The they\ constitute the greatest factor :'
.\ for evil in economicalsense. Press Commend] -- ,,. 'fttift
, advertising columns wouM' convince good or an ii[ loIAI-, .
manll.d'th"rl' ttlr.l"
you that it hud about four live merchants ! If they are well .
a" i and two banks.-OkeechobeeNews. will be no interruption of tram I

There you ne'e, :Mr. BusinessMan schedules, transportation will bo | 'L'p to this minute no Catts has been :
how a town i is judged )by its local cheap and! satisfactory! and .safe, and j !seen on the backyard, fence writing an !
i t' ,1 i>u per. This does not. npply to the costs! of all products lowered. The apology to the Tampa Tribune.- GET some today

Starke business men, of course. I way the railway business has been ('It'it rwuiter Sun. /iff going ton

: t conducted hitherto has necessitated T i CO.I
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I This season hundreds of acres of immense working and overhead expenses I Fellow named Green is to try for can LucKy Lrikcsjust

]land planted to corn in the Sturkf section ami an incredible waste of the job of State Superintendent right. Because

t were allowed to be ruined by the time rolling stock, roadway and sup Sheut. And now we suppose the
rains. ]In every case! the crops could plies. One who thought he knew newspapers will refer! to the contestas Lucky Strike cigarettes .

I have been saved by means of n little] claimed] years ago that one million of the "Oreen-Sheats" race.-St. Petersburg the
trenching. Every farmer knows! that dollars I is daily lost to the railroads! of Times. give you

., heavy rains are apt to come and the country through waste. He would goodvholesomc
; should] he prepared for them. That have been nearer the truth had, he said Joe Earman of the Palm Beach Post
the losses! mentioned, were the farm- two or three millions. All those unnecessary writes so glowintt'y: of conditions at flavor of toasted

; ers' own fault] i ii! witnessed by the expenses must he paid by the state prison farm one would he Burley tobacco.

many who made excellent crops on the public of cour equally low ]land just by using a little I The trainmen claim that if they to switch Joe again he will prefer Ounrontccd by
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forethought and energy. could share in the profits of the government a long term at Raiford.-Plant a
I owned, roads they could City Courier. lhv TWdt l 44 / -tr
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;Many people are starving without greatly] reduce! expenses. The corollary
;. ; knowing it. A meal may fill the stomach of this! is that each man would I I lion. R. A. Green: of Starke, has
without being a full meal unless save time annul expense for his own. announced that he will be a candidate

I it supplies! what the system craves. If I, part and keep n watchful eye on his for state superintendent of public instruction. Its
r you long for butter etrtfs I beef your :' comrades that they did, likewise! and )Ir. Green bases his claim toasted
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system needs these foods, but the do what he could; to mmimi/e c-laims to preferment on the fact that ho wa!

i I. chances are that you cannot atford to against the railroads] and such the youngest member of the last legislature -
., buy them at the prevailing high pri. careful work would naturally make ] and that he made more
, p ces. Growing children especially must unnecessary a number of officials now speeches than any other member with

have every ingredient needed or they ; employed to remedy, losses from, carelessness I the possible exception of Wa>'bright.Palatka --_-.- .
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. will be stunted and mentally. --
physically as well as many shopmenand Herald.
] There n plenty of everything,: maintenance of way men, and, Arthur Barry was a visitor to New

hoarded up in the /store' houses of the there would be no more strikes. The France has taken the proper and River Wendesday.Lacy A STANDARD UNIVERSITY
,, food profiteers that could be sold,] at truth. as we sec it. is that economical] only adequate measure against the Reynolds: of :New River was UNIVERSITY COURSES in Liberal Art and Scienci: Law;
prices within reach of all. Down) with running of the trains can only I>P instituted food I profiteers-the slimy and nauseous in our burg Thursday. Agriculture; Education; Engineering.Chemi-

; the profiteers."More by the trainmen themselves.The creatures who fatten! upon the Uev. P. M. Kiggs of Starke is theguest .1 Premedical. Civil Electrical Courts Mechanical.and Graduate Studies
'. Telegraph has not yet decided afflictions of the people ami 1 control of :Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Prevatt nr University exCt'n.ion.ATTENDANCE. ;
r{ ; Work and Less I'uy" is what what stand to take in this very important the food and! the clothing supplies.! It this week. : From 51 Fla. counties and
: the public should force on the railroaders' matter which still remains tn has imposed the death penalty upon Mr.[ and ;Mrs. Lewis Byrd left Wednesday 21 states, 1826 students, including army

"' attention.. They should be be well' threshed out before an intelligent all persons so) convicted. This is the for Oakland where they will and summer schools; I
made to lealue that common laborers opinion can be formed, and presents answer of France to the arrogance of make their home. FLORIDA F R 1 Rated by the War Department one of the I

1' dpll'ronly common laborers' pay the above only as a viewpoint the profiteer.-Haiti more-American. I.pastonVynn was here Friday on twelve "DISTINGUISHED COLLEGES"in I
and that the class of service they have overlooked. business. the United States
that be
is apt to LOW. Next session begins SepA. I
boon, rendering under goveinment con. :Mr. and ;Mis. Roy Roberts and son, nittoouoccEXPENSES
-- of the A. .,
--- ------ If the expression nevvsriaper! tember 22nd. Write for catalog and book of
teal i I.* no better than what the greenest mior: t: 1'J.t'4I1J'IWf: ) : I 1II ) are an expression of the general IIl.n'l !Koy, Jr., of Wateroak section were I LL. D.. President visws. GAINESVILLE, FLA. I

plow-hand jerked up diked out in timonr...... ... over the.... .state non,, there i.. a ..t visitors! here Wednesday.
brass and I.hw-lI1o"tly brass-could I It is not a matter of question), as! to and insistent" demand for i stiong political Sheriff Epperson und Deputy Dais-
I \ have peiformid with ciedit, Unions prices declining, They must decline party to contest with the democrats den were here Friday on business.

are worthy institutions when theirpower I hut the question lit whether the decline nnd 1 we would not be at nil .surprised Prayer meeting every Wednesday
.. is used only to secure justice, shall I I he "1'11.,1'1"IInd\ gradual or to see several republican members evening nt 8:30.::
p but when this power is used to add sudden and cataclysma) in the next house of representatives W. P. Byrd wna visitor to the SEEDNEW i

.I further misery on the millions of unorganized The tendency of today is toward the and possibly one or two new senatoi county site Friday. 0
laborers the public slioull' sudden\ and cataelysmal. The commodity .-DePuniak rel'Ze. ;Miss! Onie Graves has returned to FALL CATALOGUEReady I
awake to the fact that "oi'g"iued" profiteers are so tending, ; the her home after n week's visit at
labor is only II very small! percent of greedy organized workers whose first "The daily newspapers are damned White Springs with her cousin, Odell for distribution. Mail post card asking for

.- the country's population and act ac taste of blood drawn from the raw liars. ," said the governor of Florida Abeinnthy.Chesley copy, which will gladly be sent. We have the quality,
cordingly. wounds of their own bleeding country I Well they have printed a lot the governor Fogg attended to businessin
stock and service.
price
has turned them wild, are so tending told them.-Tampa Tribune. Gainesville Saturday.Mr. ,
The next few months may witness These twain are equally guilty, Are we to infer that the governor acknowledged and Mrs. O. J. Abernathy, of SEE FREE FLOWER SEED OFFER.
upheavals which will decide, the future equally, to be condemned by I Iholl''ho I that what we weeklynewspapers ] White Springs! are here on a visit
of our economical life for many have stooil loyally by their country, have said about him is with relatives] KILGORE SEED COMPANYPlant

L years to come. The distuibances will] sacrificed self and] self interest for true-?-Live Oak Democrat. Governor Miss Leila Pogg has returned home City, Florida
.; be canned by the high price of living the common good. if the above is true thou hast :nft>r attending the short course at

and will be manifested by sty-ikes\? of It may be said of the organi/cd labor l'I'r.I-mollt, grievously hast thou Gainesville. Her aunt. Miss GracicFogg
I many who are employed anil riots of unions< that are thus sucking theircountry's pulled a bOI\l.hclI.I.-Orlando Sentinel. ,: ', accompanied her.
the unemployed The ,Vmeriean public blood that it is. their first ;Messrs. Jas. Reynolds, and son Lacy' .
should be thankful because unlike L. G. Odell, Abernathy made lowing cleficritMMi property situated in Bradford A UKEAT; REMEDYThe
a
-- Barry
offense: in any such degree] as this hut The labor situation in Marion county county. Hnrifln. to-wit : I
people in many parts of I Europe-the their business trip to Starke Saturday. Soul hest Qunrtt-r of Southwest Quarter H
is
for it There hundreds I
are mc'i'its of Chamberlain's
that is n poor excuse is a grave one. 0 Colic
of rnilway., :Jr> acn, and 5 A in SW Cor of
lies within hands. Tht'r Master Claud Hall of Hampton is
remedy its own Hrst They have taken of in the working Soutliwent, Quarter of Southeast (JuartcuSec.. and Dianhoca IJemody) well
government has been cornered in away oppoitunity., I men .cou.nty. the rest, I'taitinn., .":....'" .hid.;,.' S.trrn.wlmit'nnta. ..u,.... .,.". ....r. .iin.l..". .IS, '1'". 7. S, It :!J E. :"M acre are
and and
it. half their time loafing known appreciated but there is
r I: that will compel' it, at last to I Iexcuse ;Mrs. N.: I II. Jones, this week. Thu Haul land htintr, aHt.Yf>d at the date of I
claim
]
No .sanity can justify or even while the farmers cannot obtain help the irtmiance, .of Bitch certificate in the name : occnsionclly:! a man who had no acquaintance -
take drastic toward stopping ;Mrs. I,. I D. Prevatt, of Waldo attended
( :
steps
'
dcmlln.liI and harvest their of II Urintow. I
when such outrageous! enough to cultivate with them and should read
profiteering of fixiiNtulTs Hut the big I' church here Saturday.Rev. I Uni,'.. said certificate shall be redeemed
as are being Hindu today are! crops.! The extravagant action of the I i according- IHW. lax dtvd will IHBIIC thereonon the following by F. II. Dear, a hotelman
profiteers are not the only sinners; boldly put forth. Cierman; kultur demanded railroad administration paying higher P. M. Riggs filled his appointment the luth lay of September" A. D. 1919. 1 at Dupuyer, Mont. "Four
r there are lots of small ones that the and l offered flu) I sort of labor here Saturday and Sunday.Mr. I VV itnenN my official signature and seal this' years
"' I nothing more wages for commonest the l.'lh day of August A. U. 1810\ ago I used Chamberlain's Colic and
cannot reach and who I i ; and ;Mrs. Jas. Reynolds and ,
government railroad the .
: less. When an ignorant careless than the farmers are able to pay th.-nll. W. 1' \\ ;EKS. Diarrhoea
Remedy such wonder-
should reform their accord daughter ;Miss Daisy Reynolds and Hrndford. Fin witn
on own or workman white or black who workmen is a good deal responsible. Clerk Circuit Court County
1 competent R. A. WEEKS.: ful] results] that I have
By since recommended -
1 be reform the Willie Price in Starke Friday.
made to bv t public. were o
} effort in to those
time nor j The
bus! invested neither money pay 8-15-61. Deputy Clerk. it to friends."
While of the Andrew Sparks made a business my
some sections countryreport mind
his the
: himself either in improving high wages is taken from very
I\i ; a scarcity of labor other sections so that his mental gifts might be u..1 I Ied people who need to raise bread and trip to Sampson City Friday and Sat 1I,1- -
I stifFer from unemployment. of mankind or' nation. All this mismanagement urday. I
betterment feed the
for the meat to MICKIE SAYS
\ l :Mr. anti :Mrs. H. F. Price and :Miss
:
M improving the aptitude of his! body to will culminate in a grand!
: I it OK I IMI'I.KMI'.M l : ::: MI'.N: a particular line of accomplishment smash some of those days.-Ocala Alma Price were in Starke Saturday. Fralick Hdw. &
II. F. Price visitor to Live
wa. a
GOONGo1'\
'
for him ,
1 ; nut) t that he could produce more ,I Star. -;-:
4: While Western farmers are constantly ,.1 f and l his fellow men stands forth 0 Oak Sunday.: ... \I fJc.Q.Ps'ctP4'\ Q.\J
f ''i being lauded for t their pio- I and" strikes for FIVK; TIMES what he It was only a week or two ago that \\'. P. Byrd was attending) to busini'ss \ GCrIp:: I.p4 G-OA1 ...", \

I gressivo methods, I'louidn I irmers I has Wen getting and live times what the News congratulated the peopleof In Brookor Saturday. i G-OTf, GOOD NOf\Or4 of' Furniture Co
are just as often 1 being censured for he is actually: worth and is able to Florida upon the appointment of Sen .\I'lnlcKinney:\ and wife, of Louise 1 GO (X VM O. TIV.X. TV"*' peva

.,. ., being behind the tunes. Is I this! blame make his demand something to be seriously atorV.. T. Cash to be State rural passed' through here Sunday enroute \4 CAST '. .>E5' St6M UK6" =
L'. just Farmers, like all other workers reckoned with instead! of being ,. ""' \nol inspector. Hut the News was. to Brooker. corn f O3 NE'IEQ. Crt'lEa (
I do not invent the tools they use. tnated with the contempt it deserve"! too previous.! It WAS announced hut Sam Lane of Largo IIpl'ntll1t\ week ()\) "T'rIOEIIio '1101'IE St'fAU. l Un Starko Hardware Building)
1 : The great implement! faetoiiex are located bemuse strong organization of there was n hitch which :Senator: Cash here with his! brother A. Lane. '1"'r\E" "'I'N' 1S4' PP-IIEQ
a
,,,t ', in the middle"' West nnd the workmen some1 of them actually >killeil tells about: lie was to be appointed :Mrs. J. II Surrency and children "14'.11I,,' 1tNOOUQ. &tcaE .'

manufacturers have for many years and valuable to the> industry. that on promise... that he would support the 0 and R. W. Surrency: spent Sunday at CrOtt>)' "to Oil Stoves
/) i been busy inventing and improving has feil them and permitted them tohu'eonit' governor's candidacy for the United Brooker with relatives and friends.Arthur : -
implements till thexo have reached the skilled men they are States Senate. But Senator Cash. is : Barry tents in Brooker Sunday -

IH';: f such a poi faction that the farmersthere stands back of them it is time for not only a gentleman n scholar etc., .
conduct their work in II5i --. -- ---- Paint
,. can those who still think in terms of fellowship but an honest man-he wasn't, for :: f
most thorough manner at comparatively the rural -NOTICE: TO CAN OWNERS:, VQ.E9"I
and brotherhood of man to assert sale. llom-e. he is not state /
f. small expense, The "FloridI themselves in no uncertain terms. school] inspee-tor. However there are ? Wood Stoves
, ;b, farmer is advised to remove .stumpi The problems are being butchered by smaller calibre men who can be Sheriff Eppe'rson &gives notice toowners
II I'' from his tlelds so that he i.in; uso laborsaving those who know nothing of the firstprinciples bought and the office will not go begging. of automobiles that he will apprehend -
1 Implements "like they d,) and those. whose
of the mathematics necessary .Palatka :News. prosecute
out West." Well he digs up his to their .solution. cnrs are not supplied with the number I $16 to $55

: stumps at a great cost then) buys While; our boys and men fought to (! KMI .\M I plate for lOl'.i. Two plates are required
i What lire represented to he lzilu""r.su': world safe for democracy for each car one for the front I
the
make
I find that tln-v will taS Nice line of
Ing tools, only to fought and risked their lives and were Graham; An*. 15.:; -Jas. Reynolds and! one for the rear. Number plate
not answer his purpose, because unity pind $afl n month "nnd found" thosewhose and (Ches'iov;, Fogg were busme \'ial-I! of pasteboard or other substitute, \ I
'onlliton"1111""t/ .
\V."rn.
suited to will not Neglect of having '
.
.t. heI lives they were fighting for tois. to Starke Monday answer.
. r all the crops we grow here in must 'untemptuously cast aside their obliirntion W. r>. FlJof\ Louise was here on mrs properly numlx red. according to Rugs
cultivated, and arc planted rows theheavy and became birds of prey upon bu-mass :Monday.H. law. i is! a criminal offense to be dealt
soil and
thin
nnd, on in-rimiit of the be "If''at..1 thaI brotherhood for which lives were F. Pruc was in Alnl'huaIonday.: witll accordingly.
rainfall these rows must
; On) these ridges" being ...al'rlfhl'el.'hat our ho\'s did :Mr.( And Mrs. Chesley Fo.wert':- RoofingAll
t' t into ridge .smo/Vr NOTICE 0 F APrttOATlOV rita TX PEE
the water should in visitors to Gainesville Tuesday.I .
I .\ ,, Western I implements. intended for across T'!'orln CfrtlON fF riMfTRR 1
\ anti touchI'll: ill m\ 't shame the irasignoble boKhevHVthat I ', KMilof, : !Ionise-. was h>'re on !I... IWH OF Ft IMtin kinds of
I "iltivati .
I..t m
: 1 I ': ', > '. \ .hu..1 Morvun
re-uilid totruku' and frnuu, 1 a .- "i'i1W dm s lavI i i. 'i. v v! .n ,
t \I. i' II. or not nt all Fve-ry onetl. 1 i -.1 <-, rti"''en', V ': I 'I I"'i'.i it! "' .
i 1' .' I llradfnrd! \.i 1'1 it I,,pl'mdeibund! ' with'n 'ha ii..,> Kf I:, d| ( 1 i." .11 .1.1'i.. \he of Ir! ,'ki t ,v \ \ p' I ,n-i ti u "U ,1i
\ I I j".,. has lamer! number fal'l1I'r"of in<.uch' imple- '' ..lu PI" ra;it \. ttmt w 'i- h .. ira' i I I r ; ." .' i i ivrh II> u We'i'i (la'.: . 'r. r >T,,,'. i I ,. rn "l I flt. 'ft 1. -... l.1 : Tools1w
n' a iccordunes'uncut.
I r But! th, hue th. cr. >Mi 1'I\ ue' .1, } 11
t' i got
discard\ I fot-
( '1 fliCull i". hilt he has had t tl< :a" mbrncrc
( : } Wold"7.


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[ .\ 15 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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Rome avenue was hostess to the FIn: MILE I V

members of the W. S. club and some r

of their friends at a delightful dance Five :Mile, Aug.. .-The fish fry Build Bank Balance

Ii Thursdaynight. Between the dunces and picnic at Pcklo's millpond Thursday : a 'J'Ji
Bits of LocalInformation
the guests refreshed themselves! with I the 7th was a most! enjoyable af
fair. :
L delicious fruit punch and during the ,
,
\intermission home made cake was i I :Miss Jessie :Mae Colson was the i A checking account with the Bank of Stark turns J

('Hissed.-Tampa Tribune. guest of :Miss Elsie B. Gillocpie la..t.. I II
w eek. I I all your cash receipts-checks, drafts, money orders tf.1

.. .... Mrs. :Mollie Piirrish and children and money itself-into your bank balance. 1 ,
Cw.r .M0.e P.t.. . "4 .-IIN Lieut. Archibald Thomas! Co. 1 K:, 15o; '
1 S. M C._.. ..d r..1. have from visit with relatives -
... Infantry, A. E. 1" ., arrived here Sat returned a Your bank balance i i. the amount of money to your \.
urday afternoon and is at the home of at Rodman. I IIr. ",

,.. --.,- his father Jesse Thomas. Lieut. :\ and Mrs.: Claude Renfroe were I credit at the Bank, to be drawn a* needed or transferred I.:

', Thomas has spent the past year in week-end l !guests nt the home of :\11"1 to other by your personal check I
} Mens' and lioj's bathin suits 98c Mr. and :Mrs. W. G. Brooks and chile France, and his relatives' and friends K. E. Parrish. .
Flit Stumps. I dren who are now living at the camphor When write a check on the Bank of Starke, 1 .
arc happy to see him again.! After n you
:Mr. and :Mrs.! T. L. I1rawtl)'. :Mr. andMrs.
I ) farm, spent Sunday and Monday short (cave Lieut. Thomas will returnto : P. 1'1"kll'\ wt're1l'8t" nt the you make the exact change, transfer the amount to .
,11trs. J. M. Mitchell han ,, her house with :Mr und Mrs C. A. Mixon. Gordon where he will shortly I
Camp home of T. II. I Rimes Sunday the future reference "
and have for
right
I person, a
{guest, Mrs H J. Hams of Madison receive his discharge.Sweet .
r I 666 quickly relieves Constipation, :Miss :Norma Pekle spent Sunday complete, reliable record of the transaction..Your i

[ E. R. Poppcll wont to Jack- Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and with her friend :Miss :Mae Pukes. .
$>upt up Hose self rising (lour litlilcklih'r'I. check is voucher which your creditor must receipt
fgonvilli last week on a business trip. Headaches, due to Torpid Liver. adv. :Marcus Pekle, .\rd(>11 Prnwily l Pew- 1.
It before he collect the
can money.Build .
ey Duke and, :Math Puke were busi- I

JScuppeniiing grapes white or black, I I :Mrs. E. W. Hams and little son, I' nest visitorto lathe Butler gilt\11'- a bank balance with cash receipts enjoy Thin t
;
E large m -mull quantities, $3 per bushiLkT Billy, of Jacksonville\ have been vis.'Iting :Mrs A. F. Hrockmeyer lies very ill' day.

U Shirley, Urooker. 8-15- at the home of :Mrs. Harris' at the home of her daughter, :Mrs. .1. Ardell Prawdv and! Frank :Murphy i the privileges of paying with checks. a

parents, IJr. and :Mrs. J. C. Wills. T. Wills. Her son, Dr. 1) ,1. lllock; ,
of :Marcus and Oren Pekle
were guests We invite No
especially checking accounts.
of Del.nnd, was called to her bedsideand i account .r,
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sMrs. C A. Mixun has returned home Satind.i.s night
has been with her during the is too large for our facilities and too small
Prof. C. E. Pope returned home none i
(after spending two weeks in Gainesville G. P r.imloth! of Lake nUIll'r'l
Ga with relatives after taking the Smith-Ilughes agricultural week. Mrs. Ilrockmejer is 85 years paused through!: Five :Mile :Monday ('11- i to have our cordial appreciation and best attentions
?
course at the University of old yet her constitution is so vigorousthat route for Worthington.Mrs. t
Florida.I' hope is maintained for her speedy' I I If your checking account is kept with us a full state.
: J. It. Whitehurse and children,
f'Mrs. J. A Langford, of Lake Butlief / '
visited her daughter,, Mrs P. E. l'e"O\'l'ry I Mrs.: t 1'. 1 15.; Prnwdy, nnd children were II ment, accompanied by your paid checks, will be mail .
n. C'unova und family and W. C. week-end of their mother, :II rK.II. .
guests
[ last week ed to the first day of each and month.
Knight, you on every
Powell and family moved out to leIl8rK. W. 11. Young! und L. E. Jordan L. I Puke.Woik I I I\

B Kingsley lake Tuesday and are locatedat arrived in Starke Wednesday, :Mr. on T.'i\'' :Mile I schoolhouse is A
IIo1lis Knight spent Sunday with :Mr .Canova's cottage. Young returning!: from his trip to Hot suspended l for want of mutctiiil. I I

[his friend, J. E. Muinos, Jr., at Lake Springs and :Mr. Jordan making this J. S. Green und son Jml, SeebrrWaters.

I Butler Send the old mattress to Pullham in city his first visit after being!: released Romeo: and Ir\in Pekle were BANK OF STARKEThe

Reno. Have them made new Cobb. from the !service. He was an employeof visitor here :Monday.
.' ,Mens' :Monkey Skin work Shoes, the Young Trading Co. several --.---. .

f$1.79 at Stumps. Misses Ada liters and Josephine months ago, resigning to enter the ('.\IW OP' TII.\\KS Crowing BankE.

f'JJ9" Brooks, of Gainesville, arc the charming navy.
fit:it): :William Yelvington, of Hastings, guests of ::Miss Ella :May Long at Wo wish to thank the friends whoso S. Matthew, Pre. Geo. C. White, Cashier s

(i '* spent the week-end in Staike with Kingsley lake. We are proud of the confidence doctors kindly extended their help and a sT

I, friends.t druggists and the public have in sympathy us during the sickness
:666 :Miss Sara Soverino of Jacksonville 666 Chill and Fever Tonic. Adv. and death of our husband and, father.
/; '::l' has more imitations than any was the guest of Col. and :Mrs. D. E.Knight :Mr" P W. George and Family.
pother: Chill and Fever Tonic on the .
G last week. She sailed Sun been -- - --
who has
:Miss Sara Soverino
"( market but no one wants imitations day for her former home in Boston, the guest of Col. and Mrs IX E. HIGHLAND; I INSURE: WITHJOS. I
: In medicine. They are dangerous. adv :Mass.
1i Knight for the past ten days! returned
I";.' to Jacksonville Tuesday :Miss Highland Aug. lr.-:Mrs. T E En- E. WILSON
"*' Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson and son, Lau-
< Guy Prescott and Raiford Epperson glebretsen returned to her home in
Soverino served ns a Red Cross! nurseat
,
'l brie, have returned home after a visit two Starke boys who have been Camp Oglethorpe for fourteen Jacksonville Saturday after a week STARKE FLORIDP

's T:, In Valdosta, Ga., with relatives. serving in the navy received their months during! the war. She will sail spent with relatives She was accompanied GENERAL INSURANCE

discharge and returned to their homes Sunday for her home in Iloston.Stnrke home by her sister :Miss Rosie b
.
; Special sale on Ladies Hats $1.98
Friday. Wilkinson fur n short visit.Messrs. I FIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILEItwand
rt-X worth from $3.50 to $8.50 at Stumps.
has run-down : \ Jim Sapp! nail riishn: Wilkinson -
.W 666 has proven it will cure Malaria, a appearance. of Evergreen nttendeil n Masonic -
11.- Kirk Lewis spent the week-end inifi'irt Chills and Fever, bilious fever, colds: Nearly every residence needs a coat meeting: here Friday night.
Jasper, the guest Of his parents :Mr. and lagrippe. It kills the germs that of paint so do the front fences and :Iaximl..l'Iy! went to Gainesvilleand C A _. Moved liens- c.\i.r ci.rii <>ui.VM/.II: >
the back fences need rebuilding. IOhlnron l J. !I' _ MmeAGwent l
tfand; :Mrs R. L. Lewis. cause the fever. Fine tonic. Adv. Archer Friday for n visit with. T. W .. - -- .I>....!
s Leaky roofs, rotten floors and decnvedunderpinnings friends.James. I !Snillh: 11 O I'1lurnvr. Cecil' :MiMirp, of 'IheresMii.1 1.'irKth'm.: Kt

.': Mrs Alma :McMillan: spent Sunday Mrs needed. Give the
'tin! Jacksonville with her sister :Mrs Gardiner, :Miss :Mabel Carter, Joe rental houses are u force of men making some improvements Turner W. M --_-___-_- ___- ___ .. -- -MmcilVUllmmii
carpenters and painters work nnd thus .MovmlAl (', swell made visit
.1. II---------------- County Agent a
!"J. L. Jennings
and Willie Strin fellow
Truby mo- roadbedMr. .
in the Scnhontd .. .
ameliorate the hard times tlitir nii'i-nnii n I'liomlnv. Aiiuiint t1h.
help to
to the farm of l I.V.. :Moore nn August
,
tored over to Gainesville last week and 1l vs. Robnt' I.. Crews are I'tui. tin. council will hfiir ciinitilHintii from
.. Miss :Mabel Cater of the Wateroak and attended, the Bull game. receiving congratulations the arrival p, *.rniiiiB win mny have Lean frroupouiilvHliiikitiol l lith.;t in the interest of the boy club
on -
,[section, spent the week-end with her ----- J I. Duhose, of Pukes and son \V.R. of n line boy, born Tuesday He I I Fran, 'UK Kiilnttliin: : a bookHIllWin ..KINKSChiilrnmii : :" I woik Cecil, :Moon bus been a member -

cousin :Miss Gladys Gardiner. i :Mr and :Mrs. J. A. :McMillan: were Pubose! of Worthington, lire visitIng has been named William Lee. Town ountil, of the coin lull for. Heveiul years
------- in Starke last week visiting relatives.Mr. W. A. Pubose and family. J. 1. nail' now, bus the honor of being, the
Mrs. F. :M. Crews and son, Glenn; .
I Lucian Wainright: of Jacksonville : :McMillan: has accepted a positionin Pubose will remain here for sometime Wore visitors, to Starke Thtirsdav IIIH! undu, fin the only member of

ffa the guest: of. his !'!tster, :Mrs. J. F. Jacksonville fund they will move to being under treatment for can :\111'Vlmh'I'lv. Will a business i-- .CLASSIFIED. th' Honda Hoys' Cnlf? Club from this

-Kicklitii r, at Kingsley lake. that city this week! ccr by Dr. Campbell.Mr. itor to Jnrkminville WednesdayMrs. I wooly. lie received Ills calf/ from" tlioHonda
:National: 1 Hunk, of Jackson-
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: Inglis and son, Fiaiikliii. nfJacksonville ADVERTISING
I Rub-lI: .'-Tm;;; is a tai;killer. Mens' Sport Shirts 50c at Stumps : and :II r". J. M. Truby returned\ have been visiting tin \ 1110,, nboiit/ two works ago Mini 1 Cecil !

|'It relieves pain and soreness caused )'I home Friday from their Northern t trip., family of
[by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains. :Mrs. It. L. Lewis :Ml-n Hilda Lewis \\hile away they visited their daughter and left :Monday morning: for AilvrrtUrmrnl,'''!>III 101.IN..AIIV.\-'K(." under: thin hrnil. I made. onsideriible 1Z'1'lIwth. I

j\. and l Master: James Lewis after n Mrs. J. W. Killiun. of \Villiam'- Wnliln to visit for u few days ,before II muM| ht imtd In .01,anri.. \.. HilwrliNrmml The calf is of the Aberdeen, .\ngu"J.

j.t I,' S. Rnsonliorg, ha- gone to the northern pleasant visit lit the home of :t1 r. and burg, Va, their former home town rl.tul'lIin to their home. for un. Inavrtiun .neefiled_ .._ fur__I li.. _than 2SI'OK bleed, and Mi.. Cnswell reports that lie

markets! to buy his fall stock of ,Irs. J. C. Robinson, have returnedto Emlenton Pa, and other pluiies.S ('u 'II'r Cannon innde n trip to the wish i I. well) pleiisi'il with the quality. of tho
\: SAM{': Thin Maud sou ) .
( goods their home in Jasper. site calf and the progii'Ms: that (Veil U: ,
roomy Monday.Glenn .
::1 t to I mnnlhs old. nisi. I Ushotes :
(pigs: milking I tin1 lull woik. I lie
in / says
I' Anthony' the courteous salesman ;) Crews I'ft Sunday for Columbia 1..
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: :Ma-tor Eugene: : :Matthews left Sunday Pitt Tomlinson after u six months' ut ,J.1.: Alvarez's clothing store, S. ('., to "resume his duties at Kingsley lake road. 'i.! I C:. thenale" over live hundred dollars :

[ for n week's visit in Jacksonvillewith training course at Tamp lee, in Virginia has recently been joined by his wife Cnmp Jiukson with the regular army. Cody, 8-lTi-tf/ worth of prizes ollVred, , for t the bust t

[ relatives has returned home for a vacation niul baby, formerly of, Ocnla. They MI: r. Crews has been home on u thirty I" calf club calves ill r'loiida and hu Keen! 1 In,
before returning to his medical nre keeping!: house at :Mrs. Ervin day furlough HIS)' SALi':-IJO head of one-year old : no teiiHon why Cecil could/ not win n :

? :Mrs. :N. I D. Wainwright and children studies ut Emory College in Atlanta, Johns' residence.< Fred Lang visited :Macclenny and grade lUikshire hogs; gentle and in I, good shale of thl'lIIII" only regretis IIP

have n cottage at Pablo Bench this fall. Starko Thursday good I cor"litiuli.'al: Unix? Slurke, I, that there are not dozen such calf ,I

[and are enjoying n stay there. John Huisden who lately enlisted in G. W. Parker came up from Gainesville : Flu. i club members in Bradford. county In. J '(

:Miss Flora Clower home demon- the navy, has been assigned: to the and spent Sunday with his fam- I Hti'iul of one.'
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Col. I I")). E.: Knight was u professional stration agent for Bradford] county, hospital corps at Great Lakes 111. Inn ily. S'flL1Y1I-.from: Fuirhunkx.u large -- j.I

visitor to Fernamlma Wodnes- left :Monday afternoon for Tallahassee letter to his parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. :Mrs." William MalphurR, of Mrooker .black ox with brims. t lipped horns, An automobile party from Johns

day of last week. where she will take a course In home W. W. Haisden, he says he is wellpleased vas! the guest of her daughter known as the Arch. Harden ox. Last ( town consisting' of :Messrs. John' 1'.

demonstration work and attend the with his new life and sur- :Mr. R. L. Crews, several days lastweek. seen nt Hampton. Reward $5./ J. Collin, (CniloH ISuvell W. K. Tnylor, r
,J. F. Williams, a prominent citizen meeting of the county ngents. roundings.Mw A. Warren Item klyn, 1'la. 8-H-2t! Iliirnce Tison and :Marion, Tomlinson ,

of the Providence section was in --------- I1urton'imhl'l'ly.! of :Madison, arrived were" in Starke 'Ihui'Milay on business '

Stnrke on business Tuesday. Rub-My-Tism: is a powerful antiseptic. and :Mrs. :Mario (Cusas of St. Sunday for n visit with the I'{)It 8.\1.1'-7111: ; acres !black Bandy :Mr. Bevell: wli,.' .e sawmill) wax nearly '

--- It kills the poison caused from infected Augustine, have recently been guests family of his uncle, H. C. Wimberly. loam, I miles east of Starke on a total' loss fu' ,in lire H short time Hgo *

:Mi. ..Jl'annl'tteIatthe: \\'" has returned cuts, cures old sores, totter, nt the home ...f11': .* unl Mrs N. T. :Mi Wimberly has lately returned Green' Cove route. $10} per ncru. says that he has .rebuilt. und will be lill'Gl'ST
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'hiimi1 from n week's visit inGainesville etc. Adv. Hitch.: from oversea duty and snw mach, IIPlive Owner, J. /an/eburg, firnnnl.s, gin sawing again in_.it few.:. days. j jr
with relatives.
service, having been with the Ark. 7-25-It
:Misses Josephine Brooks and Ala J. ('. ( u5on, un extensive farmer iimli'ilunce' corps He was. twice Mr r and I !Mrs. George! 0. Jacobs, ofIliiifunl
W. E. Pnv i- has opened his insurance Hiers, two of our most attractiveyoung and timber of the Santa" Fe .If
I man Section awarded the Croix de Guerre and! I-'Olt 8AI.I--1: pair of mules Thim- : were visitors to Ktaike last
office upstairs.. in the Futch building society gill-. left yesterdayfor was visiting. his cou..ln.Irl: \. J. modestly says he won them by givinga bin skeinwagon-and harness, ,I'riilay. :Mr. Jacobs.' i is cashier of tho

adjacent to the law offices of CoJ. \. I Kingsley lake wh"re they WIU be C. Poppcll Tuesday I French general a package of American $:\\110. 1 pair of mules, $:!fll). 1 ('ili/.ens, \Hank:/ of. : .

E. Futch. the guests: of Miss: Ella! :Mae Lung for <'igurettes.MiHsrs.! small farm rnule!, $125. 1 gaddluhorje \ __ _ L'aiford.Mlr. .
-Gauo( '-vdle, .-'inVi.dm,'s- 7. J. Roberts of
ten da) -< Hastings, ramie over : ( Richard
Iturney Lung and We hnve
' I $100. closed\ out our Walter Wills came up from
worth
:Mens' Blue work Shirts 7."c attend the ball betweenStarke
day to game Lang left for Kin llnntl. Ga. Saturday tio
cross camp and\ are selling\ these Tampa Wednesday, afternoon and
$1.00 at f Stumps. and Hastings Thursday of lastweek.
tnorning to engage: : in the logging milieu at n fmcrinVc. Godwin, INir- spent the night with .1. W. :Moigan.He .
i I :Miss Mari' Livingston, No !IIi! :S '
business., roll & ( (? Kapp Kin. 7-23-H; left Thursday morning to visit
:MisMinnie: Resent! returned Sunday I :\11'<. II. ('. Wimberly was in Jacksonville relatives ut Ln('rossn.
from Atlanta, where she has been :Mr and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman haven Saturday

buying. fall millinery for Knight's early returned from a month's stay Marion Crews went to Jacksonville

t Millinery. .IT, their orange grove! in South Florida Saturday! / for n few days visit. MICKIE SAYS

' :MI, ,H :Maggie Crews and Glenn
:Mrs R. O Daniel and little son fiaietyTheatre. ('rew s visited relatives nt Lawtey on DAVISAgency
Russell have returned to their home in Mi"- O'l'arIvnr.z and little son, Saturday and Sunday. "'I'I MADE wt-u the e4f. WSWADVEAt1SES

Jacksonville after a visit of several .r I (. have returned to Jacksonville, :Matthew Hohnnnnn, of Okecchobee, o' vtC WANTS!, IfRBUSIr5E59

weekwith relatives. "We cater to the best. .ifti i a txvo-wetksT visit! at the homer IIrrl\ sI I Monday for a visit with hn 1886 AND NULL %U'l.e' "(0.Y
-- -- i Mr and :Mrs. J. W. :Morgan. '1"400 l"t 6v fo".It4c> Y6SAtKRi60
--
-- The best we offer" sisterS, :Mrs. Dennis Monley and :Mrs. '
.. WVtiS EVQVNSN4': e.any .
Chairman Powell and Supermti-n Tho'i.os, Waters. INSURANCESTARKE
dent Poppcllvire in (iajw ,'ill.! Tue -- --- ML-: i rh. A. and Floyd Green left --- oc Wien Irti5

day trying to secure teacherfin the PROGRAMTO.NIGHT l rh n-. lav for Jacksonville where they l.t'lIllr. NOTIf:
schools. M attend the cost congress called .\- unwilled liy 8""II"n nt the roillfliilOnl .
county ,,,. GClt c p: gt9UtASDN" t'
(Friday r nei'. 'if the Town nf tttorke. the euunelln
"-in' t m that city this week. n 'n_tlnif. h.hl"UNt, n. Ian, did ntrlke! LIVE SJO 'tOIr
Mrs: T II. (Halligan( : and If'Idaughter ', I rroru Iho n'III..r.lI"n ,Mrnkr Ih. .II"WII'II

loft :Monday for L..hura. Violet MersereauIN :SMIIII.MILLKkI'.n ; ) I : I : num'-sin w n. - __ ..__ ..-.____M".01II" I
to join Mr: Hnllignn who i- in busini - rnd.. Ed H'_"_ __ ... ... .M..otIIr"
Mrs. Henrietta ". ., Butler .._ ..... _. __.. N'IYMInnrr. .
there. \'r i Smith and T. I.. Z. .._ -.- . Nosed. I
\1 tenth of near Stark, were unit- "hMI ',.in. J. .1-------------- Moved
of Jnrk-m'. ,ill Nature's Girl J. C. I A" ".rl. M. _ -ved
WillsJr.. ail| wedlock by Col. Poptir -
J. T. d I n ::
,'r.v. A. C. .. _._ .___ __. . n.nd
spent Sunday here with hi-, famih ".. \ public, at his residence "n'"n. R. P. -____.. _. .. ... _._ __ Moved IS YOUR LIFE
.,ntludit' 12th. Their I' , .. II-----------------val I
hi \ulu.t
who are visiting. par. I i ur manyh "
SaturdayUniversal .. I." . .n. R. M .- -__ ..- .. ._.___.... Naval a
Wills :Mr, and :Mrs Smith muchfFF1NS
and Mrs.: J. T. I r r' R------------------M.I INSURED
----- Presents , -- I "I'h. W. J. . .. . ---.. -.- _h_ n.u.1 I ?
.. I ; ,.r"; -, Wm. __ ._ .. .____ . M""d
1\in- .n
:\11.; .P4 ..leM.e11! : \" tlni-'l'' II' I i I'... D. W- ._ ... _. (IIi, ,i ,
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I
mie Denmark have arrived I hI" fi 'm -= : ,v.1. Coo ...__ . ..___.._ M".II" II (
V" ' . HARRYvCAREY Ifl" P', 0. -. ___._......-.. M""I I I REPRESENT THE
:Mulberry where they hate (. CASKETS I I. '. Wm. ..__ ._ Sh.t I h
ing: relatives and friends And full line of I '. U.,1 MUTUAL LIFE INS. rYl t
a If "onlo. r.; .._ .. _.. _" NnvedN I f
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Our naval stores men an "I' -' i Three Mounted Men v'Ttakers' Supplies R 5 .. \)" ., CO. OF N. Y. THE p
tilling pine \cum the flow of vOi" :h i 1 i Xutnmohllc Hrame. .1 ,., L. E: .....__._ M..v.d(
; I I..., J. ___. ... I.'n.'
been phenomenal during the h. <' GreelVestern Feature *.t'. on I hand. The Lest see- h N.1I u...____ Moved t tr OLDEST COMPANYIN ; rI
weather of Into.Mrs. 1 r e w. r.. . . t' .... .1.1I t tI _
damp tt ilifjw! ..t prirr. Sp cllnnnn 1 1I I J .. J a I. __ ._ .In" .1d 1 THE U. S. ,
SLR .. I,.. I
,- ; to telegraph orders.Embalmer r W. I---------------------- ,
: 7ack Robertif Ifa-t i a Beginning week of Aug. .1. W H ._ ,., n" I
I ,;.. tend.1.t II tt, I
I 'f. n r
spent a few davs 111tarkl':: this w> 18th, three shows a week "-.terp.d.. .t wu 1r. \I. .I II I
the eue.'t of her nn''n. Fudge n : a n.1 I I "I 1. I 'n. JOS. E. WILSON II
:MrGeo A (jardi! r will be shown, Tuesday rl I.. I SI'I I .
.1 WITT C. JONES .. ",
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---- -. --- Friday Saturday. . w I M. .."l l'A ltrvY.vu.1.ai' itJ ..> Ilydllh"a'swMp
Ladies and children Hat 9Sc \ Starke, Fia.: Ii 51.. "
Il ___ , 'I _.. .. . .. \I" ./ j la
worth from $2.00 to $3.50: at Stumps.






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several times and nearly every sea

r port town on the Atlantic and 1'uc-

I!; Bradford County farmers place ific. Starke is un excellent little




1-I\I.: ; (OK.N( : \.M: >> HUOOM COIt.N) : I 1 l'tt" r|ii,'ntIy I have farmer, tell methnt Girls; Industrial :School; CKala :' :'
they me able to hirea man to I Davis) : remained over until

Bank of Stai,' seems b;>' common MM'>'mate- their hugs and pay him ten evening as guest of :Mrs J. S.

consent I to bo the! agricultural museum cents /JUT head for the work and till One could not help but enjoy the ( / ''

for this si"i.lion. Among the latest to" get it done as cheap or cheaper than f.'om11'. : Green: as his :
bring products! to the bunk for exhibition when I do the work and make no are so much to the point. We age :
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t are :M.V.. Iecund! A. (). Stl' l'k. I'charges for my time To such : land. menu an this I can only; reply' by saying /
!Mr. Lee all know i successful / that any )paitylio vaccinates Among those present during of / 1t
as is a I t
wel'e.11':
Prank and
farmer of Lakeside! His land being hogs in Uraclfoid county and does it evening Handle; ,
Kaiford lion II. \\ and
Raiford
and < t
the cheaper than the charges that I have ,
by
has
somewhat profited
thirsty
ily of Kaiford, :Mr. :Mozell and ,
and all his been making either uses a cheaper
frequent' rnms this summer
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of Kaiford.Seivices:
crops lire line. His corn has yielded art'UI11 or gives a short dosage eitherof was
heavily and he brought samples of which i ia very hazardous! practice.If were held in the ?
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both the common white corn and the there is any further information ium Sunday by Uev. S. S.

Golden Pent. All the ears are large you desire along this line, I shall be'I There were many outsiders present. I

t and have ill the points experts deem iliad to have you consult me in regardto the afternoon Supt. ditch made a '

f to be desirable in
are the biggest. of the kind we have O.) W. CASWULL, interesting and valuable to us
Floridn. County Agent.1ViIERE have to live h','i-e. Among the vi t Been grown in
i e of the day were' !Miss Brown, e s-
ph Mr. HI ,'i"klun,1, lives in the Pine
ter of lion.V.. E. Blown of Gain :\!
noK COMI: IN: ? <
t Level section west of Starke and l is a 1" r
I ville, rul. Knight and family y
well known truck grower. Tnis year Washington
Press dispatches from Sheriff: )Epperson; and family of /
he tJ.j"ll liroom coin on n small settle
experimental iti'lic'titi' that the president! is going to I :Many; relatives and friends of I
This planting was only (
but has bran so IIU"'sl'i"OI"'I'H1'1' present l ; :
railroad t this product on a larger scale! VVIIKPS / [ " '
next '''lIr. Thc samples he broughtleft iatcutid; hell generally; with the I id by the colored inmates The f,1'r, June \ to Get

] nothing to be desired as to qual democratic jackass, says the! Tampa stand. was crowded! as usual. ;I' I '
ity. Why broom corn i u generally Tribune comhere from miles out in p<-t :

tt *) here is hard to understand as This has come ts In1 regarded as an country every Sunday to see Ore \\ ,

t grim it should be 'xtr'mlly profitable and I mlle-us i chain! revolving on a wheel.Then1 games Everybody welcome i oiu-. ] '
the Mi. :Mendenhull has uboift ,'
.in1" two scoops fastened to
and the
easy! tit cultivate, attemptsAlready
'f made have proven that our ham.( First, the laboi .scoop takes n pleted a mighty nice little cottage : ( : :

soil und climate are both suitable to dig out of the consumer, then J.he at niarboe, which is to do I
"l takes by Mr! Manhood: the :\
its perfect development freight: rate scoop a gouge at daily man. )
v ---- -,..- ----. -- him and labor and then litho,.'.. scoop :Mcndenhall\ has never .done any
is set a notch deeper and takes another this work before, but we must ,
(oi'MY)( :' ACIM".S: : i KFPIItTN i ) I l
p gouge and so on. it to him the cottage is well built 1! :\ : its perfect

Then we are told, "resolutions and has all modern improvements I! tiful! !
following is given the countynerent's bills designed to alleviate conditions is only one of the many nice jobs I uf .

i !: : report fur, woik performed of living were introduced in both houses has credited to him his work !: climates and
from June 28lh to August :2nd! inclusive of congress" his disposition is. always Rood, he !

t : And another story the same day very popular among both ago.
(v t My work during the month of July tells us the preSident wants "a commission and the prisoners_ and should ;' I tight- kept ;:

cieatcd to adjust wage demands. know him well they would not want j I

followed : ." Yc gods! It doth amnze us, meet one more cheerful and I I taek <1 gum in the
mailing bulletins and < ( \V'e have ulieudy a secretary of labor although he has much to worry / i ","' ,,

k.( to farmers regarding methods of cholera and a labor commission and labor he never does and is alwaysthc 11',1,I

''f t: control and otherwise advising regarding adjudicator! and labor agitators. \VeSuppose There ate mniy northern of package.

t. the means of eiadicating this'I it does not matter much if we nt this Institution and it is ,. lion

i ,Ii SCII"!!. In many parts of the county have this oilier I thing added, since the to Know that they all regard I fly

'I I there has been' an improvement, but 1'111'1'014" of them all seems to be to lenjfirrn people us the best people I they .' free

{ In other! units there, is yet consider the battle cry of n wild candidate met I for one am very much
able.- cholera There seems to be a )politician] in this state: on Florida') as n whole but even '

'I general epidemic in the vicinty of "Up with IlIuorl'lghtn'011 all I there is much hospitality; in \. does /

,1 Johnstown and, northward. As long as the time. my state1 1 must hand, it to )

f I \ some farmers: i refuse to practice what Any common sense man knows that there I is mole hospitality than ; < \ : ;

is known In regard to means of control when railroad emplojes' wages' are place I have ever been and, I hllhp'n 'Its :

wi- will musts have the t troubl-1! 'mined freight" lates have to be raised to Europe five times, in ', ...' ,, I (
"f' with us. lIow"\"I.i', if we could l get u ,
ti I' par them Then it is but n short l1aRouth, and Central Ameiica i
good committee I in community
I every while heforithese same emplojes areback
j w.1..tO .II.t t l I a u 11' i n rpnt er n:'t t lout a 1 charging, and proving. that/ ine. r

have u wondeiful influence toward increase in freight rates has so in- f U; I

a persuading, every farmer to do his rrcutled the cost of living that their Examples -
Of
best to get rid of the trouble, and, wages are not sufficient to enable

thrfs put hog raising on a dependablebasis them to live as they did six years or j

in the county.In ten years' ago. LRtiral ; ; : : : :!!.JliQIIfI'Iflf.r.1I! ; : 1I'IfIII'i' lICIIII4g I
addition to the work of hog cholera And where is all this increase for

control 1 have inaugurated campaign both the railroads, their employes and g UNIVERSITY q
to Induce farmers to build tight
every form of labor that is demandingand ..
tubs in which to fumigate the corn z- .
.'k- lCC'ttlnjl-incI'I'IIHCS every time r . : ., Lltt.D., LL.D. Prssident
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and kill the weevils. For this purpose we turn around, to come from. ? "" .,..., : :1
I aiticles. for ,1"j! .,. ; .. : -' Florida.
I am 1)I'l'plIl'lngHPverll1 Is nothing ever going to be done for ... ._ .'''' : ; i '
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publication in the local on this i : :.e. CATALOG
J paper the relief of the common consumers ,,,, '
.o"7"
subject I have prepared and hud I who these laboiers and railroads are =--: _':,{ .4i"::' :.., : .'. I .. of Master of Aria and Science. '

printed :000!(\ (copies of a circular letter supposed to be functioning for? . .. ;:1.0' '' '- t : MEN-Twenty-one departmenta In aIL
to \be mailed to farmers of thee It looks: to us like just plain politics : '" '' '> ,- < ;1 I : WO\IES-A: woman dean separate dor- =
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'rountv together with a copy of Par-j I being and, don't if "' :. . r :
pI.i.M-.l, we can1 it is
mars Bulletin No. lOJ'.i: !!, ,' 1 j l ....... < ....,. '. : .. In Florida without eiamlnatlon.
that is it it '
our own party playing
meth.I| ".. .'. .i' ..' :: : ; : I ; *. ,,i vniclnverlnir leading to degreea.
scribes details regard to best 4 /. "
in .
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means defeat in I I'.IJO\ !() if kept at. I IVhnt ,..,J.. 'I' '..'. ..{ "i II ; : clally for Florida teacher
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I oils of conserving corn from weevils \ \\ . r
| is needed to bring down thiscost 1
i1 \' > { t' ,'. I r: I I : ) Dooakteplnr Shorthand Typewriting
\ t' ,
in the Gulf const 1 ,slates.. I had intended ; of livirifc) giant tyrant is t" stop Ft'tt) \ .; r t \(." , ; .
: ....
cir-I .de roll. i
"r. I
i cular letters to mail dining these the)bulletins month and of July ;< nil "investigations," declare all, ommissions" 1ll' }r. ; :Ilt gl'I'I\\\ : tI'' '):\ :'ii } : ; \ !: : : r bale and young mm. .i
i inoperative, remove all 1 I t' : t : ; ; ; : I : !; .violin voice, harmon, chorua work
but I Imve been delayed in securing a ,, foolish "government aid" business, let f a 1 \. 4 1' t is Called To
P supply of bulletins from. Washington | the old law of supply' and. ill'mand. go "rp1i. ; \1r \ )Jtl\ .\L Li : \ ; ( : I
} J
I i Muring the month I have had ::5; hand in hand 1 with the law whiih forbids I( pIY4t $.'ti' ,S,'i,. \ \tl''<} N 1\1 .; l )\ \ ': i ii : _Botony, Biology, Organic and Inorganic II
culls at my ofl'iee foi information. ] \ \11i\ : ". analyala. Agricultural Chemistry, Mln- ,
"combinations in restraint oftlildi' i I.\\\ id j
i t : t f }. \
have written 101 I IrtU-ts. mailed hen' und turn 111" "111'h"I ",' to ; \t,;,,VCf", "> \ t\t.\\'a1t\: l 1 } .J t \ ,:j "
') I circular letters, distributed 1 t'J1j bulII (: function, nsin the ila> s when Judge f < ''It\;\ \'JItJ' i ,tL'1tIt' J I \ ; i : Biology. Anatomy, Bacteriology: Dlelroln y, ':
letins, made f visits.. to members of ( \\J t ( E t .II.II1 Organic Chsnit.lr7, Qualitative and Quan- :
I Kennessaw: Lnndis fined a refractory r !t :r \ l\ :> ':\ ; t !\ ,

-1 boys, .flubs! visited( f WI; farms vac'I-1 j' and impudent deliei" and !q nated 1278 hogs for 17 different farm- the law more million dollars than : l'JA'\ii{ \ I Thelam. ,
ers und I traveled, li2! miles by aiitomo- I vveto in, half the stnt"..' I tieamrieshen .. . I p I \ 1:.W f' : l ,
I IJ), I
bilet !! "' ) ,
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\\ we make it certain that the \ ,m, 'r'.t. I ; : ; : : : :: :: !: !:): 5i9STff14L8RR'k''j! '
1 Respectfully/ submitted, men who "get together" to protect nil I'- ; :, iv : \ ,\; .I'.j i I "
0. W C.VSWniL, } ; ,I. T
v. : elves iiguinst lowering/ of plesintpi \ : };f'J ; :
Count.vgent. I [ 'ice"" for food, clothing, shoes and, ,,, ,,,, '\ lr ""l 'II'\t'I\ : : !\ i

-- I all other I living necessities,! will be y;::, t :!. } t,, I "t$ Ht' : ;( 1 : : Habitual in 14 Constipation to'21 Days Cured
'
CE )( .\ .MGIM( ': VON .\TES: punished heavily bv tine and heaviei f.\\ !
IIOGs() ; I.'OU (COST OI1 SERI'M1'aecl : J by imprisonment then there is going 'Il1Ji\' : 1] "LAXFOSVITII prepared S>.rup Tonic-Laxative! PEPSIN"; Is. for a specially-Habitual

I to be "relief for the people." And we Constipation It relieves promptly but
$t Ion \\orlh nf :serum in 'Ihrc-ii use to remark right here. that these should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto

Months "common people" far exceed and outvote I induce regular action It Stimulates and
all the railwa; and l radwa.v' em- r j Regulates! Very Pleasant to Take. 60c

Below is a copy of a l letter from plo 'es. nod, all the so-called. "organied /- f/o '. < ( | j per bottle
County Agent' II) \\'. Casvvell I to the I IlIh".." that is in the country. .

board of county commissioners, which Fifteen and. a half million votes )

a explains i itself: i I were cast in the 1\1)! 1(> presidential" .- MICKIE SAYSPAGE
:Stuike:: Fla, July :.10, 1910.! I tion. The increase every four years! .e '

honorable Hoard of Commissioners. I is about three and a half million but [

V Bradford County': because of the war, going out of for / ...
Pear Sirs-Sometimes the county eign-born and alien enemies.. who have NOW,1) BFCt1e' Sati I ANT ONeoF

agent is accused of making money oil h'n'ot illle here, there will bo probably / IOu) OC.S 1:>0.1.OOoW
i a\1' WttA7 1iA5 GO-t A FRIGNoWMO \
the farmers when he'n'l'inntl' theirhogs around twenty-one million votes "
lie accused sometimes. oft US1"a.1.. WGAI 'a.1 '0P
is cast for presidential eatnddde"": : In "f'
UN"fCI\ < tD ""C
1 selling the serum to the funnels for 1211.'hat\' is beint done in congressor V\s.c.s.s Sir
I MC OLD ROME SOWN
more than it e'osts him. In order to being )proposed) by the administration PAPER
a..EG'LAR: 00.1'.
N VA Nf1FT'NAI ''''
keep myself free from any accusations which wants to stay in power for ( .. '
n \ C SILL A\51MA% TA.
of this kind I have used the following the sixteen anti I more millions of that Mill'(

plan : All the money paid to me by number who will not be representedby Top-Joe Stone, Jackson County N"ES toA1' 0.t K,
P NCtNEB .
the farmers for vaccination is. deposited labor, organized or unotgamred ? Washington by hla thrift In handling an ;
: ,
in the bank in my name, but in a - -----w----- up to his neck In wheat. Bottom left- .II

separate account from my personal! SI'VIK .KAHM 1 :NK\\S' :\0'1'1'-;: Georgia boy, who made a net profit of $ :

account.'h..n I pay' for serum I draw -- Thrifty Southern boy electing lead corn.
a check! on this account. I draw on 1llifol'll.UI1', Superintendent' S !L
this account to pay for the express Hlitch returned, from his. vacation in Thee three pictures Illustrate one phase !

charges on. serum and, for telephonet the north first part of the week and t'.tuille the lessons of thrift Impressed :
charges in ordering, the for emergency of the great war In another
serum ; antiseptics we were all glad to see him. Since
the billlonH o( dollars of securities floated
t up
and other .
expenses incidentalto his. arrival he has been quite busy
4 The sends. of thrift are now being sown
the work of Micitnuting hogs' I taking cure of the large \ "llInl(' of
the) men anti 'omen of the future no that
( have it complete list of all farmers for work he has to look after which accumulated reaped ; ;
whom I have/ vaccinated, and the during his. absence
The youngster shown here are
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amount paid me for the same. I also Saturday evening, Aug :Jnd.! preparations the South. Tinwon. distinction through ;
have an itemized record of how all this .
were made to re'elth..
and corn Dy their thrift-Industry,
i money has been spent These records governor but he did not get hire for earned mune for Thrift and War Savings ; : \ '
are open for inspection to any interested some rt'ason."c', however !
carriedout and to buy' piss!: and land. There. are no at'.h
citizen of the county nt any time the program for the evening with than those furnished! by the boys and : / I u
i upon request Since' the first of :May the exception: of his part .\ fine show poultry dulls I.t11"tFl. "
I have : FpaMJ
bundled
over fourteen hundred was staged and .
everyone enjoyed Tbe work of these young folks Is being
( dollars worth of serum. On June 21st, themselves. Over three hundred free others In Oeor'tu. Florida. Alabfcma. : l I .N1 E

I checked over my records und found people were present Senator Hlitch The War Ravings Organization is pointing : (wars W.A''r 'f'Io4IY

that I had a cash balance of $1503. made, a nice talk along with the following !. the boys and( ftrIn\ the rural '

i On July 2ht I checked up again and gentlemen: Hon. R. .\. Green, Earn money [for War Savings Stamps and ALL I:>A'1.--f.. .
found that his cash balance had been of Starke :Mr Dodson of Haker coun- oughbred stock producing the maximum j' -;:: "

h reduced to 86 cents. ty. :Miss Davis superintendent of the or wheat :b> raising poultry and canning_- << 41:\<


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PINE HILL .. elpti during month CROSlili LAKE
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"* Ixuvd __.____.__un___-_. 72.'0
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I .,., AUK I. m ...______._.____ 8872 -

';, :Fin Hill. Aug/ 8.-.Mrs. W. E. PinOter ... July 1.DUtrlrt$1919 _So._____22._____._... 109.01 Crosby Lake, Aug. 8.-J. L. Under-

i ami time children are vlsltI' .... during month n_-__ __. ..-_- 12.4* hill and children motored to this sec -._ .

'+* l li'+NUid . .. 100 tion Saturday' afternoon.Miss ", .
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: i 'IMS mound here for a -
n AUK; 1. lulu l* -:-::: :-- -. 11080Dlmrlct : ,
'r' No. 23. : Alice Thornton of Starkc, was 4"S"

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July 1. 1H1H u. 20A.2t the at the home of her uncle ;_
Little Royal Pinholster, who .. ,. + .lurinK month ____.. __00__. 10 K4 guest < '. ;
"e('-piMidinir while with his aunt.Irs. $Imuid _-... _00._____ __-____ S.00 I*. It. liijatn. atuid.ty and Sunday.Misses t.: "
.. "" AUK 1. ivio _____ _on .n___ 21A.0? '. ;
:M C. I'mholster, left Saturday Dl.trirt No. 24. I : Eva and Lillie ;McKae and I- I

cinunn for Jiuksom io stay ." July 1. lUltl _.__....___..... 161.87 brothel. Russell'', were visitors to Wal- ( ... :
...,.. _._ 419BHrrimtc .
iil month
| '' durlnK u.nn
ev days with relatives and he Is goto lt.KUe.1 --_ _..__ --__--_--____ A1.84 i do Saturday and Sunday. : ,-

ir hi home in Glenville GaMr Iunc<- AUK I. l"l'l! _ -. __ .______-_ 145.48lll.lrifl :Miss EVil Stephens was the guest of .!...'..s

: : A IJ. Surrency spent SaturdayBroker. July 1. $1019 .No.n___IS....__..... 80.07 her cou"inIislO: Louise :Mclfae, Saturday !.,

..criptu riiinnK. month _nnn__- 09 night. ;
famiid _.h.unn_____-- 2460* it
H. C. and Joseph Suriency left Suny AUK 1. 111111 _nn.n 8.66 Arthur Rigdon was a visitor to our

for Plant City. DUtrlrt N.. 21. !section Sunday nftetnoon ll@rirE@
July 1. mill __..____n.u__ 242.14
Alvin Clemons and Ernest Pinholer ,>ct.ipui tlurinK month _____u__ _____ :Mist Louise :Mi.Rao spent Sunday
.. IKHIIIM, . __ _.___ _ ._. 7 8 67 :
-- -- --
: with her cousin.lissls. : Alice and .' : 'J.
of Mallie
y were guests Surrency
.$ AUK I. It'll' ____ 00 __ _--.n_ 186.51 3-t/ .
mtlay afternoon Pl.trlrt No. 27. Eva Stl' hl'ns. iJ ? ELS supply a.r.

July I. mill -._________..__. 7421 cigarette contentment beyond anything .\ -
:Messrs.Vatle Ilurrcll Wall and .'r.'iptM during month nn___..__.__ Little :Miss Audrey :McRne is on the CAM ever experienced You never tasted such full- .": ,

: tales Crews were in Brooker Saturny. litBtivd _..__ __00._______ __.6762 sick list this wetk. ) ;
,, AUK I. inin .-_ .__-_____ (ten I s' bodied mellow-mildness : such lefreshinu '\:: .'
Dlmrlct* No. ID. : uIPltidnj

..f1I's. .. July I. 1U1+ ____....___.____ 16844 flavor and coolness. The more C.imeU you smoke the
: Tommie Johnson was visiting .. .' ,' .. durinK. month ._..._____ ._. 1.3fl :5000)() \ .\VNCirs iou< SCHOOL) .. ,c I !::;

b" 1' mother :Mr\ .. :M. C. rmholster last < IHKII.d ... ...._..___-- __. 3420 'n\CIIFRS: OPEN: I IN ILORI1 11.\ greater becomes your d.IRht-tnl.l",' such u cigarette : ... 4

$>'eekMrs. AUK 1 I. Id'' __ 00 __. -____._. 193. 4niitrlct C,., revelation .. .. :
No. 29. .

." July I 1. 1IU9 .____.____ ___ 88.02 ---I-.
nt- .n
: J E. demons Alvin
son, . 8'hooll'lIcher" inthe state of Florida : Everything about Camels you find so is due to :
.?. IrttH durlnK month ._00______..__ $ t.iscmaiinn : .. .
jk'tidt church a< :New; River Saturdaynornin 'nrrnnti* $IRHIU.} _. __ _ _____ 55 52 an very much in demand and . ; their quality-to the expel blend of choice Turkish und r.t? .:
:
!:. They were guests of :Mr.and ,- Auir I I. nun' ___._ ...___._. 20.40 .4'- .- : yhIrt _.; I . .\'.
from the outlook tho shortageis "
present /
DIstrict No. 30. choice Domestic
? :Mrs L. Anderson Saturday after- .. July I. inri ____-_un__.... f 81.85> not likely to be filled This shortage/ tobal'Cu* t;

noon. ..... ,. durlnK month __. .n __ ____ 1.20 c1L\ You'II Camels are class '
"',* iMUpd l _ __ __ u __._ -.__-- :I.A0 is confined however to the rural \ say in 1 by th"Illvts-thl'Y seem }:::ft k1'e

Carl anti Cl>de W'ard and Joseph " .- AUK 1. mill+ . .. .-_-_ ___ S6"6 I schools rielow are given some of tho \ made to meet your \,pcriitjri.il taitr in so many ways ..-....,'

[ visitors to Brooker Hlnlrlct No. 31 I obtained from reliable .
Suiieiuweic July 1. 1810 .___._______.___ 10.IS figures n Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after-taste or unpleasant .. : .' ''I.kI
Saturday afternoon ..,-..$". .. durlnK month ___ __________. source ,
\ the laau.d _._________.______.._ L cigaretty odor makes Camels particularly desirable ::I' 'i
:Mallie I guest ?
Surreney was "...,. .\IIK I. 11>l 11> _.. .- _-_-__-. .- 10.15 AI IK turn 'county is at present short 1.'
Roy and Lester (reen Saturday afternoon IWOTIP) COUNTY. thirty tea'herlllIlillon: county needs L.-.t bTlt to the most fastidious smokers. And you smoke Camels as ;; t' .

I I11' OF FLORIDA. AUK 11. tflio. twent.I \'(! ; the supinntendent of liberally as meets your own wishes, for they never tire your f': .

:\ Arthur' Edwards accompanied I I h"r..hy| certify that the foriKoInK ..,.t.mpnt schools for DeSoto county was in 11. ._ taste t You are keen for the i- '
.. always :
the R. viptn nnd DinbunmenU of th* funds
byi": ( s Vera Surrencj-, ttcndr>(( f Hrn.lford county for the month of Tuly Gainesville looking! for teachers sometime r't 'I
satisfaction that makes -
church at Surdis Sunday. In truo and correct to the belt of my airo! and wanted thirty. Bradford : 18c. a package cigarette ;: .
....., and belief ; :: Camels so attractive. Smokers real c:
A. E. Surreney of Jacksonville i E. U POPPrM. county wants forty-thiee Citrus ,:

here on a visit with datives ( Superintendent of Public Instruction. lountv is in need of a number, while 0 _l ize that the value is in the cigarettes ;

friends for a few days. :Marion county n 'eds some; in fact ':: T-: and do not expect premiums or coupons : ;: 1;

:Miss Ida Lou Dullard of :Mayo, OF APPIIC,\TIOV FOR TXINPFR flEET there a 1'<' seenlacancies ill the : ;
: !SFCTION 8 OF (StAPlER . ) I : 4l' :
visiting! her cousin, Rosa Surrency. I HH.H. IAWS OF FIOKIDt railed! I school at Ocala .- ;
Notico i m Klv.n$ thnt W. C. Footer :?: & 5.Z ? Compare Canifta with .
E. in BI'ookerIon.: liinliy + any crfarftt ."I."
A. Suirency was
.'.. '.. of tnx e..rt.flcnte No. 191 eln+...I the In the state at large there are over :
day morning./ Inv' of Jillv 4. P I 1'lr.! hiu nled iinid I ">noo) "III'lmd"K and very few people ft :; ::. ? in tho world. any price t ': ,
,
rtiflcnli' in my offip... and haR mnde. nppli- ?)t.rt7 Mote/R .,. \'_
f ---- are trying for certificates. Some of 1 are noevery wh I riinfilrK/ .' 4.
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NO:MEN for tnx* dt.d to IRRII.emltrnciH in aoc..rd..nec tht. fol for the _ 4'c"i d itIt t.1i leaf 14h J"or"JO I.ilffrerr.or. 'e-y|Mr t. ..:. f': :; !
ith Inw Pnld rttflcnte the applicants are trying certificates ) Nile* ( itfflrefreR) in .'.**' .,.er. .\.T.: g.
, InK d.ncritnd. property citunted in Br,,"!. for the first time. '.ioveeferrun tVe Rfnuiil/j. re. on"iiwn,ffnie .f'_' .
,, county Florid to-", ltSotitheimt : j th o/htxt .;
cerrooor ,". or eu|>o/y .
Will elect the next President'! Read Q.nrtr of North,'nxt Qunrter Aliuhua county has about ten applicants __ or wh. ,4:", L %
,. of outhwctt Ounrter, of Sonthenut ,
the convincing argument ofIrs.: lint' Fnnt Half of Norlheant Quarter of for certificates and there is. a R.J.RErsuUiS ACCOCOMPANY t ;l I 1

Me McCormick: Republican leadl'r.and Quarter. Pec B. TI'. 7.
:Mrs George/ Pass Democrat leader The acnn uniil land! beIng nni.ei..id at tlio it"il'" of able to pass the examinations. ).' .:1

In the New York Herald. the .. inminneo of ditch certificate in the name The "one-teacher" schools are the . ". .. . "L.

:i and 10. .TnmcR Clark. ones that are hardest to fill.-Gainesville :I'j': -N"-1--: ;
August '
two Sundays .
/ I'nlrn nalrf certiflcate "hull he d.wmed .. :: .'. .
..... to law tax deed will l Umlp thereon Sun. ; ..' .' .. .." ..I ,., ...,. : '
I ,. ... J..J ..' ., .
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C.TilE DEAD SPEAK? the 5th. dny of September A. I). 1919Vitneoii '- ; .. -! .. .
\ my official niirnntun and dial thiR
.. Bth day of AUKUM. A. n 1919 NOTU F OF APPI ICATION FOR TAX TEED : .-
(!',' I W. T. WFEKS IINPFR SECTIoN: Pt OF ('IIAPTEK4XMH. I
Is there life after death: ? The Clerk Circuit Court Bradford ('n.lnty. Flu IAWS OF Fl.OKIDANotice

Evening/ Telegram begming Sunday.AUlZust By R. A. WEEKS..8.8t. IH hereby irlx.n that H J Stenartpurchnner ----- .__ _m_ _ _
Peputy Clerk of tax certlflcnW No 219! dated
3. will present a series of articles the Mh day of .'uly.\ P 1915. bat. filed 4 bead tif milieu. two double wagons, 1 can I hi. h." 'nut, affixed. thiff nth day of AtiKURt. Wit,,.. my offlrlRl+ RiKnature, and! Real thiaHie
on this much debated question. acid rtincnte in mv office and hoe made applienlinn Van tt nt nnd oni. r..r.! ale nil to."N I..nlf. i nn t JJn.l dny of July. A. I>. HUB 1 1
ORDER FOR Pl' T.ICATION $ for tax died! to iRmle in nceordnnee 'InK to Raid cnn I kt camp I. C F HOOVER. W. 'r. WFFK*.
"What do you believe ? Awards Tn Circuit Court. Stole of Florida. Fllhth with Inw IInhl, ......Ineal.. emhrnnn the follouinK A Ion blilH V.1II I I be nriKed fir I Ih. bin. of I ..nl' i H.H.M Mayor of *!'iBrke. Fla ("al> Clerk : '

the best letter on personal experience I'.I.O.
"II. I ItrHNOTIC
fit
Read what Sir Arthur ..,.. eiuntv Florida to.wit : I % OF .' TAX I>I-FI) puty
C A liOBrRrsC fTIE APPII'ATW"I 'I
Soiilliwint, of norfnwent uunrtercept ..
Loin Fddinini. J. J. Ed- nunrler :
Doyle, Sir Oliver Lodge rand othegrl'at ".. Defendant.It Complainant. va 2 A in NW C.ir and 2 A In SW Cor Sec '(airman of l no.ro of ('O.nly (.mml..I..nr. 1"1'.1."t. \S t.' tI|.tll'"IIAI'T.:1 I II I .
1 1'1. Tp o. S. R 22 F... 11 acrin AttlRtW: ,, P APPI IPATION Volt TAX PFKDI ft
thinkers have to say on Spiritualism appearinu bv affidavit appended to the Notice in hiriby Klvin I c. OP
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filt.1. in the nhovr-elet.l caune that J. J. Th.. nld hind l.ilnu* n..1 I nt the .';itc of Clirk WFFKS 8-8-41 piirehnHir of tnx ,'rlnrh. No. 121 I ".::11'1"' H III. C IMP tUtIHHH : .I..
. <*. the .Iffen.innt thirtln numo.l$ In a na- .. 'HtMianr.' of ouch eertiHrnte In the. nnme.of I 2nd ilny of July. I 117.! I IIIIR 'ii"..F..r.// I.,\MS II FIOHID1
Next Sunday's Evening TelegramFINANCIAL ,'nt of the State of Florida and In, a re.f. nil.l Clavton c'rtOra. In my olTlei' .. ". him, made ,., 1..I.y. not.PL. IH that I.",. If tIll', H t.
.nt of the State of Florldn and conceal t.ol,...M mid Cfrtlflcnte ,Rhnll hn red.. emed At'PITORH KFPORrInllahaRme : cation ..r I, di.i.d to toni, .in ni' ,, I"eh" r if t tax ulitf e.rtlrieal.ii,I iiuiiiliir.il, re-
-- ,,' RO that rocefln of Mibpeona can not ncr .'..lin'I tf, Inn tnv tlii will iRHile threanI I 1'111. ./thy Jf. I 1'M'I I nil Ii ,law tal, c"rln.."". inibiiir.i .. 11.. M. 'S l.i.II'ilv' I IJ!. I II I I nl and '111. I I.HI..I| ly the >
ST\TrMFNT COUNTY I ,..,..,, upon him and in over the aim of ." ,h.. 1 I'lh duv of Siptemlior A. 1). 11119W lion 1.1"'y".1 CntlR dovtrnorlalltihni I Iwlnir .I..crl..1, proptjtv .il.a..1 Ilrad. Tnx 1'.I..rl.. I.? Ilra..1 ( ....."t C. I lorida. "
FUN 1)S ,'nty.ofle yearn : $It I in, therefore ordered that 'itn. .. mv olTielnl Rlirnn'itre anti ont thin ,.ei.. Kin ford I. I..wll'N"III ,ill"I e. .11 ", t. I., ..1..1 II,. Jnd tiny of' I .."
Sin'.tint. ndent. monthly ftnnncTnl olate.mrnl 3)n. renld.nt "I.f.nlant toanit la hereby re- th.. ', tt'uv.ofIIKUM. \ P 11+10.lSl Uinr % .",Iy. A H 1117. him, +1.,1 nnld r..rtltlct.a In It '
I llnlf of of North-
"Him ii-t r .
month Iir 'II"' i iI nnd. Inn npill.nllin, for tnx .'i
...r Urn Iford county for the it to appear to the bill! of complaint fll. d W. T. WFI'II.rt. mv .Ir. .. f,
i I rnri..i h .1 I of the ,' !Pic'I: I. TI' n 1. 4. 2J F 20+) .
Inn |
J ul* l'oJ" nnld ratiRi on or b..fore Mamtiiy the lot !. ri Circuit Court Bradford founlv Fin oflic.f hll' JI. i i.amln.U.n I.HM. I acres.Q.nr"'r. d..d.l I, Inn". in nr<',".u,I..e.' with. I I.w. ,.'
unit toniibmit
Clenernl Sibniil Fund. of !'r"l..mllrr. A I). 1111 19!I. oth.rwloe l the By R A. WEEKS.o. tlilM Irn.r". county. Ihi. llw Ih.. .nh'' Inn.I In.inn ..,..., d nl, I th,- .it,. if I Itbe I 11 In, el.i I ....rtIilcfll..o r..i.".tl ilv i tnbrneeatin. :
Hula, .1..1\I t 1. !1"! '' _. _..00__.._._ i" ? "' .__ ___ 71 I..an. '
Remits' dutmu" m..nth _00.00. HI,.. d by naid I d..r.n""nt.II l l.lu anHiMH.d! nl. th .1.1. INMIIIIIPI of
__ _.. _1271.6 Th.* click ..r I Ihi rliciiit, eourt haR necountedf. ,! I Inl..wn. i . I. !
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IsHUid .u. IR further or.lre-t. that thin order he puh. uih rimml. I In I I
WII"" ""'" 00" I "
1 deemednriorilinir .M.rlv.l.
n jHnlunci ,. . ( .mint 'into |iii| [ < cirtitUnt.' ftlinll ri' I.
Ills I.
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.\UK I 1. 1 11111! 1 -- - -- -- onc,, a week for five com.eeutl\o weekR ,1 .r.IIC'h. .. Inw tux .1".1 I will lio.,, 'lint.on | h..h.or., imrllriilnrlv. ,R 4 forth t..wl :
( In thill'l
r. from
FOR FISCAfFR FNniNf; 8rP.TrMIIFR : an a* r..lv,1 Cn.lld." I f
No.1. w.1
lllRtrlrt the Bradford' County leKraph, n newspa No I IJ! "hr""R, lit Wo.l. f
the Hth A. P. nl
dny of .llr '
___________ 22 10. 1930FRtlmnle ,pritnnrvH cUaly he keepnKO. on rUplimber 1111.Wi" ., :
Butane lulv. 1. 1"111 l .00. _.._ }. 'r putillnhefl in Raid county and State .eneral; d I "c..I. which ,".. n"II"r and! co my oflieltil Hiutnnltir.. nnd! o. I Inwl. . II.' TII I. S. Itit K. 10 .e. ,
FxpenReR Fund! ,
durinK month Thin July' 1lRt, 1910. uml.ly nRRCRHed B C Murfelt' ,
Biciipti nnn ,
th.) '
of A. !>
day 1'HOIS.
Warrants 1..u..1 ._- .__._ .___.__00 W T. VFEKS.I Intuit, n* cli.r''< of the clrcu't' court anc. tin I .Fairs .r hi. olfic, K. n. .. wellhnndh'J .'all AiitiiiRt. W. T WEEKS:I (',.rttflct, No 41 I imhrneea I Al 17 In Woodlii t

1I"I.nc.Ul<. I I. 111111 l ._..._____ n.u '8BlllRtrlrt . I ,'al!> Clerk Circuit* CourtBy ..untv nuditnr nnd! clerk to county C.ilinty Judve < Ii.rk (1 ire.ill, ('marl.! Itcifrt. <'..." y. MaIly \n. Hie in Ip i. R. It 28 D. 10 liens.l,50gCli "'
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No. 2.Italanc. n A. WEEKSfl.pity e. n mlRHl ', m 1 IRon+ l
.. ..1"ly.I.I. It'tt' .____u_____. .__ Clurk r. i. di.m itml mileaire' of eommlniiioni. Ron 00 Th.. county. jililu.. has paid in promptly to It. A. VM I I.JH.: "I..wn. : '
5.3-It. Cli'rk. Ci rlinrnli N. 17 imlrne.n 1 Woo.l- If
from tittnl llcemi nnd
log y
I tin rcceltitH
.___ ____ Pm' of .h'rllf for attendance county r.iinty Irl'' I r..1 .
durinK month -- 7. Adhlnn, Solicitor for Complainant' on
n..I 00.
keiN n mat I M.cord of I thi. ","n,'. I I alnok.epp Inwn H>v l itt. I 'p !1L S. R. 10 ncrea. ,
Warrant.* Imiuid, ---_._--_--___--__ 31,1 2lIalnne. 8-1-61 comminRiont$ .. _- .. .. 1ft 00ttnrnev | I. .I ...,.....,... . ... It
.. AUK I I. l''l II __ -.__ un__. 4". ) I \ for. county eommlRRlonent. _ nor' fto the uoiinl dockiti. rtnininK I. Is ''I.tIre. Norif F \'PIIf'\TII"I rOK T \ X 1 111-HI: I firlifleate" "No ""nil-i ml.raeen North llnlf of ,;
niRtrirt No. S. *> "' ''rY1..r> of reKMrntion 21.1.0011.pntrn I NOrli hf I"Ml IS H .WI" \ ITHtIxnx I
I oft.tth.ns
N. ilbiniit of Northeast Quarter
CI.FRK'S RFPORT < ounly Superintendent' Public Instruction Q.nrh'r
Bnlnnc.. luly I. ll'lll% ___.nnn_-- 2? tn county buildinKft' : o \\Vrl I. II.4)lIiiPtNlc. ... :24 ( S. It. 82 F...
n'iJt. durinK. monthnrrantR ______-___. I !Stark MilUKUKt I. 19111.n'rp.1 Court houne _ .. __ .. __ __ 200.00 Tin county ol".lnt.n.l.nt, of public In..I.nrl'.n ". i. h. r.hv ui" .n t" W I F..h'r. f"nrl. t... n. 'l' I.
\\ hteueil .00 ________ 1010 8 of tIn clerk of the Cl'cult Court In Jail+1 _ __ __ _ . _ __ _-_ _ 20001) h.. accountid. for r.... received. from pun, .)liiif., r of tnx r'rtlrn' N. MI. dnlid tin. I< Rrr. Ihr. M.la". WoorlInwn .
lli.lnnct AUK I. 1 uu.un Ult __ __uu_____ 3SDlRtrlct .- I n.l for Bradford: cnuntv rlorl I Ia. on aeeount Furniture nnd! flxturee forCourt : the examination of t. aeh..n, and k"'.t'a the .nil dny ..r luly . ''17. linn 11..1 mil.I! 4.iil, (n.. N. ni ,ml.rRr. r.f 11 In '
No.- 4. Tax. nHRcnRed for the; Year 19ISB holme _---_ _. -_ ._ _ un. Inn+) 00 minut." of tbi. bnnrl of publictmttrurtion. liealRo .. rtllh ,'.. my ..lTlr... .n.1 ImR 1".1. nppllcntioii I Hie 7,4.' Pli. I, H I 22 F. I" acres i'l.NOTKK

Bnlnnci' July I. lulu ___-_____--._ '"' !If. DOWIIVO? .lull __ _ _ _.-. ______.u___.__ 100.00Expennia ban .n irood cystam of areountn with tbi I for tnx d..d i I. INHIII. ,in .rr..r.l.lr.. aM".1 ITnknnwn
k.c.lrta diinnK month ________00.._. ,1. lax Coll.ctorTonnly of flountv bulldlnKRInnltom + : school di poRitorleR! wih I Inn Siild cirtiflrnt.I i.Itiliriinv thi. fol- I'nlrRD mil.I rerllflrnt shall In, riilienied. ae1 .
Wnrrnut Uuutil. .. ____._._________ .7?. Proper nnd! other attendant, __ __ 110.00I Sheriff .," d.KCrilrd,. i Rltilliti, .d. I In Bradford !. I eoriliiiir. ,. Inw tnx di.d. wi ,lou",. 'h..on I It
Hnllinc.' AUK I I. l"l"9 ____00.___..-_._ 10._I .ly 1. to hal duo.. ._._________.._.__.m"1 P .Kht. fuel and water .___ .__00 ____. ."0 00InRtirance The HherilT haR accounted for colleetlonn of county I .. .1''I'rV. I..wl: on the l 15th dny nf AuKUKt P KII9Mlnem + ,,
DlRtrlct No. II.Tlalan Amt collect.il 11,7 AI! .. __ _00 ____ _ _. \2J10.00Mlowanee finiH and! r..rr..ltll. in bin ..<... tin.! baa on Soiitliwint (Junrtir, .f Northinnt 'I".lr It \ my (Hfirlnl' RiKOnture and, oval) this'
._ 72 8 made tn outnlde. of hand nn pant due iKin.lH Tile rieurdR of hIs ( "r of Mq. A Ihe Illlh' dny of luly. A l> l l'tlO.|
... luly I I. !!'II' ..00______.___ J pauperR" 1'hl..1 j'Ir" N.rthu.Ht II.R. '
H'r.l Ii ti> durinK month ___un____._. I. 1 1. to hal dil.* RJ8.tt2 poor hollxea --____.__._._..._.- -_--.200000 .IFr. an C'rtvefli.fltly nrranKcd nnd well!! W.I ," of \Vint Iliilf of SouthwiHt lunr- W. T WFFKS
inRu.d, ____.._._._____ 31._ Drainage Coroner'n Innuenni. : kept I.'r of Soiith.atit, IMarter. Si-f IJ, '1' II. !SR f!Si.all) Clerk.:
" \\nirnnlM llnlunc.IIK 1 I. mi"- ._____.00.00.u_ 1. to bal du...__.__._._________._ 01921 FICR of otTicern jurors and witnemiea 10000 ('ollrrtor N 22 E. !no Aeri.a.Tb. I Sty ,t A. WI';FKSI ,
Pllrlct, No. I.Bnlnn amt collect __ I"10 fnKanltj InriufriettF. 1 I t". too coll.ctor linR el.iHiil out, and made .. Raid ".! hi.IIIK IIHKI ...I nt i)II.. .Int. .f I i I I 11.tl !Ilipuly Clerk (
I' Ink 1 1. 1 '!' t ...fl of offlceni nnd commIttees ._ 16000 flnnl tttiment with the Htate 1 and! county on I tb.. ".,,,,e.. of Riich cert I tlcttt', the. lion,. -_ ___._._ ____-___ _--
R.oiipt: ;;;* .luiinir month: :::::::::::::::: : ". I. to hal due _ "11) 00Cnnntv Stntionery nnd! printIng : 'th., I IllS nnd I'M" tnx ..1,. nnd, (lint* i 11111 I in of tnkl"wl. I F: "I A "il'f (4' \nov f'cut TAX nrnI !: : >

W" ,iiid, I __ __ ____--_.__ H.2IInt""r. Road and Bridge fit',,...rnl Rtatlonery. blanktt+ etn -._. 8SO.Oorlt al eolltollonR, on thi. 111 II date. n* well. t I( c.rt Oral.. Hhall I be ridieniid. "rrl I UK' IIP I IMP I r It
lf -- .1 11"
muni, \.lir t U I'll'IliRlrirt! -___u__._____ I. to hal due___._.. __ _____ ._-...1211.61 ..onl hooks .. un._.._.-_ __ u' -. 160 +00 1+ tie.. .. on.1 I pollnOn nccordinK I to law tax .......1 will ion.'. ..non '.: 4..I. I.' ,l' ll.IIIt) III. .
No. 7.Bnlnnc. amt collected nin I1'! .Xdv.rtiHinK required by law and paid tI,.. inn r,1! he ban overnal.l! the fol-! tin: "111 dny of S.pt.mlur A. Tl' 11)1(1.vitno .. ly, n'lr. I 10 ulv..n that A / \ilklna 4

,' lily 1. 1"111 _ __________.* for by county ____ ___ __. _ .-__. coo.00CommicHlonH loulmamountfl : 1 \ ; mv ,'iflcsi, NIVIPI it:,u. mil "nl: ibm ,."r.hn..r of tnx Mnl. ..r.ncn", Il1ml..1
M n.... ,"i.,Iilurinir! month n 00 _--_' ...-___ .' "", 1. to bal dm . 61.!.12OutatnndlnaT $ pnfd to ntfieen. : ___ n ._00 (1 n. ral school tlojfl? : npiHtlal tK actiotd. Ihi. Mil ihiy' ofIIKIIRt' ,\ I II Illllli + i.tipei.lively I lilt I I ixn 40 nt I and 02 iRHtie I by
WI Wa rnnlH los." .! - - ** IndehtednrRR Fund Tnx aMR.HHor .u _. _-- ._ ...__21600ft ..ll.lrir, tVI! : total I I II' .i I "iiau w T wi"IEKM.I :. I P1.. 'rn t foil,'el.,r for llrn.l'.r.| (-"..nl.. 1.'lor.I" I -
Si Bnlnn; :; ... AUK. I I'll'- :-:::::::.:.:.:. > $10. I. .to hal do.-------------------- 21781 Ta, Collector- _ _. _ u. _". -_ 211104 On thi. 1.I| tl oveji; ,alii thn fol-! ('I I. rk ('Irr"i I'<,tirl. r'mM..r.1. I r ..iiolv I I lilt I I'll 115.11| ,.. .III...'" |11'\) mil t l I.'I"> t Lit,., lat-
01.1$ ri..t No. S. nmt collected __ _ __ _ 113 SI sh..riff. general' eourt work .____- .__ BOO.00ci. lowmiamountn :r.1 hl Ily I ,\ WlEK14: ; I".I the 4th tiny of H.pt A. H IOIA. and c.r."n. -

Bnlnnc.. ..Iuly.I.. HMr _ ____ .- .-..__ 11"." I .'rk circuit court recording and irirnr fien.ral RChoolR' Si IOJ itS : spur, iil! tux ."h..1 I Idixtrieu "-H-51 19.1|...y i'|irk .."".. 11. 1,4. nnd' H2 be'nit dnl.d the En.I
R..e..!,nit, durinK$ month n_-- .__n.n_ ..... t I. to bal! dim _ _ 00 _ _ in I.47. nil ourt, work ___._,.-.u-- ____._ 13000rxo UI. totul llnliil I -- ---. I.y of luly A. I. 1117 nnd bus filed the Ral I
Wn" ant. I-HUII! __ -___..________ 4'.* County School ': >.nM.a of election. ___.__ .. ____ __- 60000Tndexlmr Th above ..." | wire road,. on ne NOflf OK AI'PI ATIOV Foil TA t StEEl> I I rtlHcntfn,. In ofllce and hon made auplliintion -
__ ___ _. 1. to hal due.. ..._.-21 1.81 _ ._ 2 .r.I'y..ol deed iRRiie accordancewith 1.
BnlnnciUK' I I. IHI' __ ._u_ *l n.h ---- 0.0' Count if n thi T A .1 I rnll.v.ny M.I'T'"S: n OF ( IMPTa.lt I for Int to in
.t lll.lrlct So. B.Bnlnnc. amt collided --.. --- ---- -- .--- II6 .00UK Tick indication .__ .__ _._._._ _._ __._.14"0 00 t..... rnlllr. 'h.. fnndM.. which w. paid 1:1.:1. I." WR (IF FIOHIIlA j jHi I I law Ihe Raid: cirtlfleatin n tpectlvelyl.mbrnee

.. July$ I. I'UW __ -__ ..e.-_ 128 A"ri."url Scent __.__ __--._ __. .l noooIfome by th comptrollir The ahovi' Items.nhould I I the followInK Ian,!. In llra.lford
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't3 n' I. tn bnl! dim ._. __ u..n 9"6 2' ilemonetratiori nKent .._ _.__Infli) oo 'r..by notice la that D W. MiMirepurchaRer the dnti, 'if IheiHRiiancn
c R.e..ft"I* durinK, month _._._.____ --_ --- be to him from the school ?..nI. "IvI County r lorida. .rl at
;o* Wurrnnt IHRUI.! .. ______.._________ U 2 i I County Pollely I FxpenRe ntnte fair __ 0000.. _._ .--... BOO 00 I .r.nd.1\ | Ih.. tax olfire for thin' uf ta* pale certlflrateti "umh.ee4 of .n'h c.rtllul..a In the names renp.elKr'y -
1. to hal 4'-------------------- 127.on eonnty fair _. __ ___.. ._._ 600 11.1 c..I..o 'i iln.ly w l nod _'"_ IHKII.I' by the Tn I .
Bnlnnci' ,\".. I I. 1"11' _00_.___-______ _ F"on. - R ymr I a r/oo.1 alf'iirR' of the I h..IIRr'r .__. >4 0 .
niRlrlrt No. 10. nmt collided -- 1..r". for enntinKencleil ._._._._ -2000 00 office. have bie-n kept Collector of Bradford County. Morl.la! Ra d 'o.wI.r'.III"4, .
.. __ _.__. . 205.f I IRe rtlllcnteK bring dated, 2n.1 I duv., of July A. O
Bnlnn.'. luly I. It'll___ __ _ _ __.. . __ .__ ."n In, .. I ,In.l t Iii I No I emhrarea f.ot I II of Bile
due 41
.. I. to bal' nm NOV wn
.I".I.n 11
h Total _ _ _.__ __._ 1H08104rRtlmnte 11117 nnd filed! Raid cerliornten In
month ___ _.__.__ my "
I. durinK! .00. (I Total Sub School! Mill .linfed alt! t.... r.c.rdi kipl In thiroun : I II. IK A ( ,, Adi!'! to Stnrke nimeeRe.lMm !
______ A4 2( : of Fipennen Road Fund office and h mnde applicatli I for tax deed
1\.\ \\nirintiRRiiid, ;, __ 00____ __. M nnd y.lrIIeltnrlv n.ti.l I It,.. II K Ait'rnan.r.rlifl'ate .
bal! due------------------- 01 r.mju.t.nt
liulinc.. AUK I DiRtrlrt. U'19 .Ne.-----11.Bnlnnc. --.--.--.-- 17 $. ,I i : nmt 1. to coll. cte.l ---: -::::::::: : 17201i Cmt and of for material all rR'rontrartii.!. and brldve frie labor purPORM aMRlfitnntjl In the Reveral .lIres.R..IW.etflly I I (HRiie' In reRpertively aceordnnee embrneen with law the Ihe follow ealdeertlflenlia N. IHO embrnree all Southwent'unrter
of N. of A.
.' 'luly I 1. t'l'! ____.._-___---._ M1'R. I I -- .. .. .__ ____n_..-1414000Total + Rtibmltted r teiJrflq1f I IVARVIV InK 'Inn.ln in IraMor.' County, Florldn.. aaed A. Soiithen S..rlh..t tIStSr, nuarter of NortheaRt Ry-24
..... dim 4.14.118
hal .I f"Rrt..rH
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I. to ---00-- - -- at the IRM'lance of auch
.. durinK t month ..._.. .... 1Wnrrnnti. .t. cer
cr-lptR Ilv 1 \ In NorthraKt '
;, | :: 89: : 'I Total Rub School Bonde __ _ __.._._ '___ .. _1ID4000FRtlmate ARRletant !!Ial Auditor tiflcatc In the namea rei.p.etlly h..ln.n... ", "A'.. conn r .r
IR UII - -- ------ ------ South half rlh>aRt quarter of Sthrscttinrt.r
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.._ 43391
hot due
I. to
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unn. of Fmttrnmrm Fine and Forfeiture" ,larticulnrly Rit forth .
Bnlnncr AUK. 1 I. I1"t 1":\ -- .------u----- I amt eolli-eted 00 __ ___ _ .. . .__ I07O1 Fund NOTK F flF .' T< T iIW> t"it. A South half of H..h..t quarter of
No. II ArPII'ATn"l 11 C.rlllrate No HI embrnree Tots 7. H. 0 Soiilh.nnt quarter M... II. Tp It. S It 34 K..
__.____._.____3S7. I Sheriff and! di. eoiit bllln In criminal I 'Nl r H IF I S 'i'TEU I
Pittance luly? 1 I. I'M" _.. .p..I. t ; ID In Illk I In 0..1| N. ai.ReNRe.1! Unknown
.. due . ___ _ ___ 228."SW : I W..r.hln"tn.
ac.
I celptR durinK! month ..... .-....-- .* I. to hal - rn.. -- .____ __ _.____ --1000 R UK \WS flF HOKMH I | "I'nrrliih r. No 111 WiRt hot (ifW..I
Warrant nmml, __-______-00..__ *4. T. WEEKS. Cleric Circuit Cou.t.fJ"Irr Constable .oat hIlls in o.imlnl eases 60.00Clerl V. tire IR hereby "Iv..n that .:. II. DoiiirlaRM, I C'rlnral.: No 21\ em"ra"1 2. if'.. !rll"III.of ..'mlrar"quarter. of Southeantnm
8SJ. .\ ) of the circuit court coat bllli In ".rt... of la, eertltl.nti Vo 0'|. .Int., .d tlr I HnmpUm Sec I lIt! 8 1C.'i !, .
Balance .\IIK I I" -- ..n'.1 7. ", rii'r Mc .1' 5. It 22 K 10 acre
niRtrlcl I ii; i---u-- criminal eR.... -. _ ___ __ __n_. 60.00Cr 2nd Iny of July .\. f. 1 lor. hun Hied uellCrtltlese : '.."..1 I'anlrl IteilamyI'iiic.n aMReRMed C}. W. Carter I

Balnnct July' 1 1. 1 1"1" __-_--___-___... 41. \J. STATF.ME'TMonthly ,unty judge, eoflt billa In criminal ... In my nIl,,!. Rn.! hoe mn.le anpll. |i Raid ....incal. shall he redi medaecordlnK Certificate No SI tmbrnee Northweat qnar-,
Ricelpti. dur.nK month -.________.... financial ohl.mrn.f Bradford. P hu _. __ _.._._.._. ISO.OHlu'tlre enli'i'. r'l .1;;;): to I is.-. n accordancewith 1 to 'law. tax .1..0 will (RRtie on, tho ,. r of ulh.nRt qtinrt.' r ..f Southwent uiwrtee.itc .
Wnii-antn" IRHIKI! .___.________-_. 8'Tlal.nc. 2 'or the month of July' lt>19Cenernl of the peace. Cost bllla In criminal .: 1I. i"mhrne.-H thi frI.| 2tll .II of AilKiut A. 1"19.!! 28. TP n. H It ii K. acree, a e.I II
.. Vuir I 1. l III" -.__ _________ 8- Fund eaimR __ _____ -- ._ ._ 2100Witn. lowin' . .. t'rop. "it,",ml..t llrndlov.li .. % ,"'n.",, my officIal .I"lo". nnd Real this I "... S. eher II ..
. tr- ... _.. .._.___ I .... nitunted In Brad-1' f.
No. H.Bnlnnc. ,. July 1. 1919 .. 84314" u 800 no .e.I. property Ihe 'Jn.l day of July. I Ililn
DlRlricI -- -- No M tmhraee Northwest
I .eeltn durinir month : :: ::: 1-4 3ft Court, ....nlra"h..r In Insolvency caftec 50.00SherIlTt f,,r.l ..... r'"III. t<. H I'N.r'h..sat I I C..tllcale qtiar.
.I,iU' I I. 1 1.l I "i _ ____.- 141 ) | j ____ W. T. \VH5K3: t I. ,' iuarter.| 8.,. 30. Tp t. fl. R.
R. e. ..... .har not month _d__.________ ( .... ..nt. durinir. month _ _ '- 111119 mmiHRlon on In. etc. col- Quarter of NorthweRt Quarter . .. ... I MP: 10 .. anReaned, Unknown
I*" .. Aiuruit I I H't, 111487 lnet.il! _- ._. .__.__.n_ 10000 S.rl*, of Rlxr lie U. Tp H. SRI"I" P. I I > "lerkBy Rr.
WI: : :mt. \ n;ued - :::--::::::::: 213: Fin and Fnrfeltnre Fund r.:.diov! priHrinern+ __ 2000 00 i-. ,-m. i iTl R ,\ WEEKS. irnl*" Raid rertlflraiteii shall he ri'lumeil
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n1trI..t Ne. ISBnlni .. July I. I91- --_ __ ..____.____S780S* "Pay >.r i'ir'.r. In criminal! CUM county xnf.f land Swing an,*.Ri d at the .Into of I. r.. y a"r."la. Ui Inw lax deed will I. ',. Ih..n

I,!ilv I I lilt! _ _ .. ....._. '. I .....11'''' durinK mrnth _ _ ___ 8n.nll and J".I'.e' peace Vourta _._.n___- -. ion ooflilnCetsnt lh 'ouftncii of such eertifleatij in the name Wtn.ae. ny of official AuvURt.nlKnat'ire'A. D 1919..1 I ",.al. this
_. ____ iRhur.emi.nbi durlnK month .. _ 100 HI ------------------t 1(000Rnur .f Iknown.l'o an
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R.I month -
IptlurinK u.- NO ric OP \ ffiirTION the .''ml of
.. ,\iiKu I t. 1 l"l'! > ------------1419.5.1! ,,1 for eontingenek------------ SDR +00 -R saId ..rlneat. .h.t b* redeemedecorlmir FOIl T \ \ nrrnL.NOf day July, A. D IVIO
Wnr' mt.'\'I.;:; ii :- :- :: : : ::::::- 1"t : i load Fund to ed I i I'lO t on i i'ii It l.ETI"J a "V CIMI'lr It W. T WEEKS
Bi> ic.. 1 DlRtrlrt. 1 I t't!!' No.- IS. I I July, I. ItlO! ______--_._._...4_071 1t Total' -- -_-_. .____. _. : > I. uih day of 4..,,...,n.:r. .\. p |;'tIlt| I I ..... I.\ Wl ('F FI.III 0.. (lS.sii Clerk.

Pnlan- lily 1 I'H'i . :. _:... _-___ 12J ....."... durinK' month ._ U 2 2..0 1% nenit my rilficlnliirnntiire' and! mnl thin If..rehy notice I. o Klven that .\. 7. Adkln, Hy R \ ttr'KKS.
. the "h day of AuK'iRt A P !I"I' I yurehos.r of tax susie certflratei+! numtH, driRpeetlvely *.2R Rt n..puty
R.i'" itra durinK$ $ month ."".... .. d.ar'nll month . .-.--.1411 OB >ri> CI..
W"'I"int-' i -unl ____---------------9.6_ .____ . ,\u". I. 1'MO!! _ -_ __-.142" Ilflut.tndlog notice i. NOTfCFHereby triven that the Town Council 'Seal', W. T WFEKS : 4 and Ift* 1..1 )by th.t Tax Collictor '.
CI rk ( Bradford Flu .
Bi'.i eo' \ .,,v I I. I 1.111 ____ _._._.. .-. *1. | Fund nt Itnrke Rndford Plorlifa. (1,1 .m. County I IR. of Ira",1 County FI..rl"R. ald .., or
county wilt By R. A. WT.TK i 'Jnd dnv ...f A. DI .
July 1. 1910 .. W 0 H I tnc..l. tlll.1 Inly r'ItI'liE
Bacr' I"ilv I.niRtrirl 111' i ___Ne.:_! ?:_n__ ___ U. : .:: durlnK month : -:::-.::-.::::: 44.42: mr 't. at at 1 the clock city h..1 on Tueaday. A'lKunt 21I'"I' .. .*.It Deputy rl.rk.I I | hna filed Raid! rertlflcnt.R In mv officeRnd 11 montha after "t In',. h..reof I will preaeflt
'. 'I I irinK' month -- *. "..... .. durinir month -_ _ |n nnn p. m. B a hoard of eouallier __ u I ban, made application for 'ax deed to ..'. re and! Inil I.e.lot I. the In.
iv :..-,n.. ;u .ii.i| -- -- __::::::::::-::: ;: ,,' AUK I 1111 _. __ _ ..- t'5 n.ei for the roe timonv purpose of h.a.lnl tn the value complaintand of' NOTICE' f
B .i .,.... \i, I I. 1419 ____.____.___.. M. Pralnege Fund any I. F "''V'r. mayor of Htarke! Florida Ilfiesut.roupoctively emhrnc.. the, followlntf. County Fl..rf.la nnd .nI' fir my
IH.IH'I N... 1'. I .. .. July 1. 1919 ._-----_.__._... 8'7.8' rironi. "'. ..1. rrrnonal or m..I. B 'flved by v"'t of thev author.ty ve "| In me by Inn.U In IrRM..o County, T'l, .1. ..... char. a. a"iol"rn'Ic'.f tim vetate of Carter
Hn ". f, I ,ily I l"lO! _._________.____ 1I ...... . durlnK$ month ... _ _.. __ 124 no by the t'>wn. tax a.Re for f.r year 1910aKainftt taw I I'> hereby rail un election to he. belli at Rt Ihe date I. Imuanee .f B..... '. .1 I,*inntf month ____. .00 ____ >!.hun, .>ementa during' month ._nU_ thi ownrm or aKenta of auch property the T .wn nol In the Rr...." town by the I In the, aCme I'cll..ly 1 h,. r..lnnrt.| partlc.ularly . I llth .Iny ..r I r.'v.' 1919

W',. "ml. i.ued. __.00________._____ 14. .. ..' AUK. 1 I. 1919( _-. _ .. 4* l.14Auwut "lunlltt. d ., therein on .I ITtfEHDAY Ret forth to.witCertificate : S I n. W \SWRnH'r,
. 1th. 1919. neWITT C. JO.VE9ttNt SF.PTEMnm 9. l 1029! No I .mlr". th. South half 11-Urn.R . . ..
"I -. \ M I 1 I"II! ____ ._____.._ 1+ of .
PlRtrict. N... IS.Rolnn I '.. > Chairman Town Council. for '1.. purpose of eleetlna tjie follanrlnf effU i icen rVortheant iunrt.| .'r half .f NorthRt -
___ _ _ '. \1 nradrorrtO, :; ; Florid C \ FtJTCH I quarter !South hat. S.IS.. Tp iy. NOTICE
.. li\' 1 I. 1019 --._. _. I R. 22 R .. .
P. <*. i. U4 d I'rinll' month ______________ I heret certify that the foreffnln itatement Town Clerk' t-ft-2t On.. Vayor I IOr. .... Mm Carrht II 8U mno'h after late hereof f will pnxent
Wnant* 1..1 I . . .-_00____._. 1. thi. Ree.lnt. and Di.bimementR of iHe CUrl.'I .. Ilarllnl. my v..u.h. and flnnl! account tw the M m
Bn"ine<. 'IK I I t"11 1 > __.__ u.u__. ..nU" ,,.9 tlral'.r'l! c'''intv '"r the month) DlRtrlrt No. 24. .,,U l .. .. .. i" I '"rr rt .. tH.. rt '"f NOTICF OF IUI.F Tw Merman 'I 1''t''r t *:' rll t .i",i, -.. ,r f 0, "n ff Timty II Ii.r"fa and auk rO' ,'y' final dle.rrtrbT
Paiai' .,1 r 1 !t'9 _ .. __ __ -_u 13<>. I ,,, .l I I.. nil'W ., ,4 h, ,-I I j \ .. '' .I t . t ,, .. r r z. ." I '. ", ,,,r'" r I .' 'a a.lmial.lrRI. *.f '1. ...tate of J
.lur, .,nth __.__ T WEEKS: ,. o' I' .1.d' I 'o r." ". r1.-\ R" i i .I.II 1 1I r a.lu. ..._ .I.I .
fly.W ant wued HL m nU. Itt r', "f ih. <'.rr It Co',.t : : ., I '. 1111 I r I .. I I ". ,I.. I I",,.. r'R'' I 'h 'lay .>f VIt .>
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nutlet Ne. 21. Ilv R \ WEEKS: .Iel m ',. r '. ii.'. ....-,Ih. I .1 1 \dmlnlatrxttor Fotal of J. 0 "I'"t..I. deFRW. -

Balance July 1. 1619 _ :_-_ :__ .. 109. Deputy Cl.rk.i la r I m m .' I 'b ,.1 .f th aid town ll lat! .' \"iKuaf 0 :Dili 1."r"a..






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MCE EIGHT KRADFORD COUNT* TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIU.U( UST 1 I.V: Inn, ,

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i I, FARMER BROWN rival back across the big pond, after Sunday. CROSBY LAKE -----

several months with the army in foreign I 0, K, Prince and family, of Jacksonville -
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; 7t I service. who have been visiting in our Crosby Lake, Aug. 15-I

t :Mr. Junes -. G. M. Green made a business !trip 1 town for some weeks, left Sunday for ens returned homo Frida;. f
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County News Items Itrown. Wonder ( comes Farmer to Hampton Tuesdn( '. Tampa where they will visit friends iae, Gii., where he visited! what he will
when he way :Miss Ruby Conway Is on the sick and relatives before returning to their a few days.Malcohnn.
:sees his pet stove gone.' list this week.
home : Thornton of Sr,
Good morning, :Mr. Dl'own0< 111 e Arthur Stokes, of Jacksonville, is ed at the home of his ,
in William :Maxwell\ and Willie JohnsMrl'nt ur.:
IitUrcatintf facts Gathered During the Week by Our How is all the folks today ?
visiting his Mr. :Mrs.
parents, and U. White Bryant, Sunday.
at
a pleasant day Springs
By
I Regular Correspondent gum, what's become of my $100 O. Stokes.
I stove ? Sunday. Misses" Olu/ and Evie HI. ,
Ain't sold
it
have
: __ ___ I ye ? Tom Williams and family and! Hebron the of Miss Alice ,
I On :\11'11.II&Y:\ DeWitt accompanied by I guests Th o
.J )1It-- .._ _J t your account I am sorry to say Underhill motored! out to Kings- I Saturday night.
we have. You see "Procrastination is her two sons, were visitors to Hampton -I
'JUEJCJ;;. S.\ In- regular< t appointment at the Law- the thief of time" and the other fellow ley lake Sunday morning I lust week. :Misses Kathleen and Them", I .

i te> :Methodist. church, South, Sunda '. I had the time and.l the cash, and got HAMPTON: Prof R. A. Green, of Starkc, was in hill and brother, Albert w ,
David{ Reddish. son of Mrs: and :Mrs. a good biirguin. town Saturday., I of H. :M. :McKae und fanul. II' :/
John Mui- '
Thc-rcssn, AUK. 1.-Rl'v. .
.''esse. I Reddish, I ___ day
returned home last1veeh I -
Yes
lady filled his) I nirular, "iip| having received his final dare Frank Bryant, Arthur :\1,1.
at lie Oiri-tian, iliunh, ), Sinday.Mrs. t go home now ? Samantha expected Bugg recently visited her brother, L. were pleasant! visitors to Hampton
.IIIII !"' from the He I Frank Starling attended .
)
II"d) hildivn. army. spent me to bring that "
lliittif )i. tu. i returned stove home A. Jones, of Tampa. last week.
nearly: a year in the service in France tuday. While I Heilbronn! Sunday.
J-'atunlay to thou honiiut Arcmlia came to bring the stove :Mrs I :Miss Alma
J.
mid ficrmany..Mr. Mullady, who has been Dyal visiting her sister -
week she was going to have Miss Sadie, Bryant and Fi i ,
after :spending n hero us our man help/ LaCrosse this
/ -pending several weeks with her at week.
n the irufMtH of :Mc-sdaiiK-s: ) J. Ei Owslcy : and Mrs. i). C. Clark, of .\1'I' her to take down the old !stove, and I mother in Washington, I>. C", ,returned r Jesse' Ogden, of Graham, was u visitor ant visited. their uncle, Lawt''.' I
ciitlia, were visitors last week of supposethe old thing near SaxonIondny.: .
and Jno. Phillips I' !\II' is out in the her to :
to home Friday. She reports avery Hampton Monday.Rev. .
several: 1 I and Mrs. J. J. Method. fence corner and the muss all cleanedup pleasant time. :.Miss i :Mamie Bryant and'

hays in I'nlnlku on a coinbiiied usi-l J. ('. Rowell, of Tampa, was n business I by this time and when I come'' :Miss\ : Evu Williams, who has been I I John for Graham:\Iullnd)' left :Monday afternoon ,I i.1 1"I'-. I't'orI Mid Kitty, i'wii'e
I where he
visitor home r will conduct ,
to without
Lnwtey the
iir-i iind pleasure trip : ( Knza; P.lancharU Friday.Miss of will catch it. !stove-Oh, my, I attending the teachers training ch'n.lat : n series of meeting-' this i week. HI .\ :1111, viditcir to 1 tliI.avt'in >
Jacksonville
:arises: Ruby tad Nrta Birt, of :Mel- Gainesville, returned to her hone 1 Bryant Friday muiFOR 1 -
if I rn-v. attended. church. here Sunday. spent Sunday in Lawtey at the Well, now Mr. Brown, you had bet !Saturday:

; S.: /I.. Woodard/ and :sun, Percy, wero home of her parents, Mr. nnd :Mrs ter take the $'M stove, It's the same .
Vv .
I n Rwmdel .
of Sarasota
A1.: Hlanchard.J. \va- a '
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visitors to the county nwtl'opolisIon: . C, Cone kind without the reservoir. visitor[ to HauVCton; Saturday and Sun :: : :' A. .-. "'! :, > sr: .:}J
day. I spent Sunday at his home No; that would) make her mudclel'Ihlll1
in day.
Rrnokor.Cashier .
J. I<, Jon'ho spent ]last week' ever. No, she will have to buy
w' here1 with his lirolhorV., A: Jones, J. C. Cyril, of the Lawtey her own stove now. Wilson Bedenbatigi. and, family. I
t loft Sunday morning with his wife and' State Rank, was a business visitor to Well, I'll tell you how to fix it. Just who have been residing a fl'l11111, -
east of have .
Jacksonville town, mo'o.inlo\ theSpitrkman
children for their homo in Savannah} Thursday.James take home $100 all in small)) bills and
I, Un., ufter, a few weeks visit here with Starling came over from say, "Samantha!: your stove i is: done hall. cottage south of the Masonic \ SALE !j jOur

fl relative and friends. Jacksonville and spent Sunday at his[ sold, but here is $lUU) cold cash:
home you :Miss Emma Futch, who has been I
in I East
f>r. F'ortner and wife, atelroMe: I.awtey. can have to buy you any kind of a
1 attended church here Sunday, Alex Howe[ of (iainl.'lfvillel'U!! n stove you wont." That would act us a for several months attending the '
teachers training school at Gainesvillefinished
visitor to Lawtey Sunday salve, wont it. '
r W. M. 1'hillipn[ left one day last
her work and returned to her,
ti week for Miami, where he will resume By gum, I'll do it. Maybe she will
I home Saturday.Miss .
+,i his old duties with the !I"'. E. C, Rail !KKOOKKKHrooker take the other stove. It's just as I OVERLANDDelivery
: Eva Williams was a visitor to
wuy.j purty. I'll just go in the bank and 1 Starke :Monday.Mrs. .
j S. B, Woodard and son, Kilmer] Aura 15.-Rev. Kinj of get the money.
: .
n.
I) :
U. May of Theressa! visited Truck
were among the visitors to Hampton New River, and Rev Ridenour, of .Just wait u moment. Let me show her plIl'l'nts11':\ and :Mrs. T. : i

Saturday.I Gainesville l are" here; running revival you .nil the new goods we have just I If.n", !.':.nto.I..._. ... .....n,1. <;;:..nI.. ... \1.1 tj r j
-' "
:Miss, ; Smith returned Saturday meeting ut the ;.Missionary Baptist got in. Yes, we have new goods Mrs -J .u .u..y.
Kmily in corning : :M. E. Munire: was attending 'to f Will make fine outfit for farm work
t' to her home at Arcadia, after a church.Mr. every day Here is something busines sin Stake :Monday.

t;; week's] visit with r'lntivclland friends! : and Mrs Craven Roberts, of new-Family Scales. Just what every L. II. Bedenbaugh has moved(! in the I, but is not suitable for our lumber

Messrs.! J. \'. Jones and Alvuh Sax- AIiioluia\ were here part of last week woman wants uround the house: to house north of the waterworks, recently I
on, of Hampton were ir our little visiting relatives. weigh her butter chickens, meat oranything I vacated! by fir :Middleton.( ; business. Four new Tires and Tubes \\
,. city Sunday night. :Mrs. Jno. Surrency and children. she has to sell olr the farm
of und l T. G. Futch, of Lcesburg and family ---low price for cash and quick sale. ;1
Mr. nnd :Mrs Fred Cloversettle are Graham, spent !Sunday: at the home of many times she will use it about spent Saturday and Sunday with,
,
: the proud parents of a bouncing baby her I'1I1'l'nt"1: I'. and,] :\1 I'S. I R. T. Os- her cooking.: Better take one and his plll''nt"11', : and l :Mrs( W. S Futeh.

I boy, arriving: ut their home August luen. make. her a present; that will help Rev Armstrong" was unable tn (ill J QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
rl !Oth. Mrs:\ Al>- McKlnney: of Louise, "om(' Only $2,50; you will save theprice his appointment here last Sundae!

I I Arthur Bennett was! n visitor to spent last week here with her parents have to many guess times the over und you don't Much:\( interest is being manifested: ,in J JR'J
Hampton Monday afternoon, :Mr. and 1 :Mrs.V.! Ila/.en. weight. the three Sunday schools.
:Mi.'. Hen Sasser" is visiting her :Miss Inez Abernathy mid Leota in Well, guess I'll tuke it; 'twill come :Mrs.\ Josephine Sullivan who his, "

mother, :Mrs.V.. :M. Sasspr, near the Osleen spent Saturday in Alachua. mighty handy been attending a series of meetings at I

county site K.: T. Stewart, of Williford, spent How about building paper? Cy: Worthington Springs, returned, to. her!'
t I :Mr. and !Mrs. S. R. Johns and little S'imlay here" with his faintly I'l'rkinM'UM in lint week und we hud 1 1u home :Monday, reporting a pleasant ] '

son. S. I R. .J I'? of Starkc were in our :Mr. and :\\11',". (G. It. Colson and son, I talk about making tight corn cribs t i 11I1<'. '
to light the weevil. Ih | Q t:'tcsly( clt\ !831ffinyS3Stt caJfEiIJsClivatruaatrKtrtr7rtnnrliusrmvtrah.! : ,.
burg Friday aftl'rnooll.SU1'1. Ressie, and ,Curl!:I Lewis, spent Sunday C.(: A., flirt and family: spent Sunday I ;I
rv .. Yes., Cv_ f,,.m..,_ r.fni "n-! ..... -- -- ' : : :
K.: R. Poppell, of Starko, visited uiternoon \vorthlngton.. ? -- -.vi cum >vu nan u wnn irienns und relatives at ( : INTRODUCING :
our school lust Friday. Mr.' and :Mrs. I R. A. Andreu and lit- long tuck ubout it und we want to find' :Mrs.\ C. W. Walker of .ruhum'l I

!Mrs! :M.\ ;Z..: Sullivan arid little daughter tle daughter" Elam: spent Sunday with out whut it will cost to get the stuff Ga.. is spending/ this week at the homeof
Emma Joe, spent several day relatives ut New River. for n steel corn crib thut will hold say her brother W. II. Griffin. I

during last week at Miller with her Tim little son of :Mr. and :Mrs J. F. about 'live or six hundred" bushels ofcorn. Rev Hendrix, of Lake Butler, will The "CORNASWEEPER"To i
.
plll'.ntll11': and :Mrs. II. C. Peeples. Itrooks H very sick at this writing.Mr. / We might a.s well)) do it right fill his appointment at the :Methodist '
:Messrs. C. A. Younprbloiul!, II. E. : and Mrs."' Frank Barefoot, of and.l have the best. church Sunday.

I, Moorer and. Klbert: Sibley were visitors Sanderson, were here last Sunday at Well, :Mr. Brown we have sent for Miss. Laura Wynn, of Starke, is visiting .

to Hampton Saturday, afternoon, the home of :Mr.\ and !Mrs. P. M. Bare prices for the material to make steel her aunt, :Mrs J. C. Terrell, this the Housekeepers of Florida ;
S. R. Swimlul) was a visitor to foot. corn cribs and will have prices in a week '

Hampton Saturday.Rev. :Mrs.( :Matte\ Sowell spent part of few days. We will make us close a :Mrs.( J. D. Weathersby, of Anthony, I

t I N. T. King, of New River, will last week with her mother, :Mrs C. price as possible, and will be pleased is visiting friends and relatives at The Broom when it -
fill his regular appointment here at Molt: of Hague, who is very ill. to get your order. Hampton this wl'ek.11'1': Weathersby you'll buy you try

1 the Itaptist church Saturday and Sun :Mrs./ II. C. Clemens, of Alachua, See, we have just got in this Com was formerly] a resident of Hamptonand
I' day, and 1 a Series of meetings will spent a few days of last week herewith munity Silver Set-sold by the piece has many friends here who are I

continue on
I by him and Kev. ft. A. Prevail, of :Mrs.' Jno. Shrivcr and daughter, market. Ain't it a beauty. We have W. A. Baker, of Jacksonville, spent ,, t
:Midillcbur< ) and, others. A choir of Marguerite, and son. Lewis, and :MissSarah . also the common and! nickel plated silver a few hours in our town :Monday while
I our boys and (girls have been selected Jordan, of :Milledgovillp!! fla., plated and white metal (table cut on. his way to Graham. i I : STARKE, FLORIDA. f

and we hope to have an interesting are spending u few weeks at Kingsley lery. You will want something in :Mrs. p. B. Hunt and daughter Ethel 11KIUrn

nWl.tlng' lake, near Starke. these lines and some of the silverware were visitors to White Springs I : .H$:! $:it::meigg.TK.mugKBOOCieMJOgmBwr: : i'H-n'HJf.ginr! !. !BTCJrn': :! ..

h J.V.. Hat ten was u visitor to the Miss Vera Surrency. and brother for Christmas. We have a full line _. .
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county site Tuesday :Mallie.\ of Pine Hill, attended church of shears running from do --
:\ll''Krll1.: \V. Lee and, J..1 J. Collins here Sunday. $1.i O. You sure will find cents to

of Lakeside, are l busy. shipping Jan. Shriver spent Sunday with his in this. line to suit any II<'. sunictliinir I
grape to market.Mr. family nt Kingsley" lake. Here is
I : Porch and daughter visiting Luther Sowell!! a big stock of Pocket Kime<
are and Sam :Mott motored -all .styles and ,
nt Lakeside) the quests of his to III! Wednesday morning., / nice for school prices here is something : Ir- II

niece, :Jlrv..1.\ J. ( "ollin.... Collie Weeks, of Santa Fe, was in sible1 aluminum children-collap '
Our schoolhouse hall had Hume imprntcmrnt I town Sunday.Mr. cents Now drinking cup, only 1 15 III '
we wish to
in appearance! us it has : and ;Mrs C. W. Colson. of Pine line of .close out. our
Steam Cnnnon... ..., .,.,.,10..!,, ... .. I.."
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lui-l ii new coat of paint IIpl'liI1. , Hill, are receiving congratulations over Old price : iu it-ir.
\\'. :M. Brown, of Starke, and Hen n daughter/ hero Ai'guot Ith. $12; sale I price" $70. Will
''I pay you to buy
for
: Sasser arc spending a few days' this :Mr.\ and l :Mrs. N. I n. Johns ami little] Don't now next )'eal'. CONTRACTING-: BUILDING-: '
you want ,
week some of these* 1 Fiber,
on Smith's lake on u fishing trip. son and. Hubert I Rouse and :Mr. Adams Brushes ? "Finest'
Sunday" "\11g. :Hril, :Mm.\ J. K.: Ows of New River, were in here Saturday horses or for thing to clean your REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS
lcy gave a bountiful dinner in honorof afternoon visiting friends house. ': n scrub brush: about the
See HOUSE PAINTING AND
her nephewV.. : our new line of Granite ,
:M. I'hilli"ho Miss Ilene Olliver and Wallace Ware, -
Pots.
has recently returned front France. Thigpen were quietly married in sizes-and the Puns and Kettles-all INTERIOR DECORATIONS .
Tlwl''I'e a few relatives present, Gainesville Saturday. You BESTIATFTI.L.: : : .
beside the immediate members of the Mr T. R Shirley, who has been of see we lire trying to get the best
kk a C family. In everything and keep a good .
the
afternoon a thirt "-8i'l( visiting/ in Crescent City, returned of assortment
pound 1 watermelon which home nil kinds PeU'itt! C. Jones
was cut
was one day of III"t'l'k.. is
t raised by :Miss Ida llafran and all partoolc :Mrs. Theo. Litchfield and daughter ford the C coming Hardware, :Man of Brad. Estimates on all classes of work cheerfully

of the fruit to their heart's con spent the week with her plu'entK.11:\l r. Well County I must and don't you forget it. given..-It is a real pleasure to have you
'I tent. Those jog along horn I'. By
present were :Mesdames and :Mrs. Boles, of I.nCrosse. I
.L E. Owsley! and, children, Jno. Phil :Mrs. A. It. Shaw ami children' he gum sn disappointed.sure hate to /go home; she will consult with us at any time. "

4 lips and sons, Charlie nnl'VIII' ill 111, Woodrow and :Mary\ of Gainesville,
:Miss( Ida' Hainan, James Tricst! :Mrs. visited here part of last week. Have her come In and look at the

I Mettle I Lewis and' children, Graham, :Mr. and :Mrs.' F. Dyal and' children $!10 stove.. Tell her she can keep the
and Julian and :Miss\ Emily: Smith, of have moved to Alachua where they extra $1!( :o buy a new dress o" a full

4 Arcadia. will make their future home. outfit of nut new Granite Ware. Now is the time to remodel "

Hl'rman11: >u.ly. of LaCrosse, wn Arthur Berry, of Graham, was in Well, so long Farmer Drown. Call
a visitor here Friday.A. town uguin./
Sunday.
II
,
crib---make
._..,_. V.H Long. of Starke, was in our .. :Messrs. Carl Lewis, Guy Pinholstcr .. your corn it airtight :
lunn ..HOiuniy.Mr. reed Hnzen and Abe
Crosby motored
( and :Mrs. Hu th Norton moved to F.arleton Beach Thursday. after EAST STARKE and fumigate to get rid

one day last week to Hampton. noon. t
-- -.--- East Starke. Aug. of the weevils. We will
Iii R. T. Osteen was on the nick list / 15.-Arch Thomas -
LA\\TKVLawtoy : Sunday and :Monday.( arrived home a few days ago after -

:Mesdames S. V. Andreu. P. S. Col serving: over a year with the colors gladly furnish you with a
Auir, :;.-:Miss Emma Andrews son and I. W Pinholster anti son. in France
hat returned home from New motored out in the Pine Hill section Guy W. D. C. Harris, of :Manville, spent of FARMERS BUL-
River, where she has been attending/ Tuesday afternoon the tveek-end here with his brother copy
.
Bummer school.L. :Mrs.( Kelly of New River J. K. Harris.
II. Hill and on were visitors mother :Mrs. Kelly of Starke.and Wl'l'I her I Mrs: W. E. Jones has returned to LETIN No. I 1029 tellingyou

Stnrke in here Friday this place after a short visit in Sampson
w r attending to business. -
Louise
I Miss: Htunchard hat tu// :Mrs. Kelly's mother has purchased City. how to save your corn.
home from Jacksonville, where the Morgan: cottage. Emory Harris has returned to Bolmore. -

t t spent( several days with relatives. I Ella :Mae Hazen is !snemlinn.' tv:. after spending the w.-..-..W.n'. ....
;.Misses Catherine and, Helen :McLeod week the guest of :Mary':- Shaw:'of with his mother, :Mrs.( :Mandy Harris.
of Jacksonville, ure .upending] a few Gainesville. :Miss Agnes) :Morgan: visited friends

days at the home of their uncle' and :Misses Rosa Surrency. of Pine in Starke Saturday afternoon.

aunt :Mrs ami :Mrs. A. :M. Rlanchard., Ida Lou Dullard, of Ray City Hill A baby was born to :Mr. and :Mrs.' QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY
Mrs.:\ wt'rt'hert' Jas. Silcox COMPANY
J. B. :McCulley and little son, Wednesday enroute to Jackson one day last week.
James of Jacksonville, visited rela ville. J. K, Harris made a business trip

tires' in Law-toy the first to Hampton Tuesday.A .
part of the G W. and T C. Hnzcn few
spent a I
week days of ln"t week In Palatka. revival meeting will start :Monj j I II IIi
Mrs.: F. :M. Berry, of Glen St. :Mary( Mrs.( Gainey and granddaughter' day night before the fourth Sunday. .

I pent a few days last week at the Ruby, have been visiting her sister, Everyone invited to attend. J ,
t home of :Mr. and :Mrs. Charles Dink- :Mrs. Rohi-rson, of hell.far. The canning club girls wish! their ,:
tt'Mherfi"s:
,Flora Clower. who
Ins.Mrs. Tribble. of LaCrosie. in will >
was
leave :
James Harmon came over from town :Monday\ afternoon.Mrs. Monday morning far. Tallahas

t home Jacksonville and spent Sunday at her : Tyler !is! 111 at this writing. pleasant see to spend several ,days, a very ,

h in East Lowtey. Luther Sowell pent Tuesday In trip. ,
Rev. J. C. Diggrs of Starke, filled AIl\<'hua. The many friends i of Aubrey :Moore '
will be glad to learn of his safe ar-j J'I, i

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