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 22, 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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MAYOU OF WUIERKY M'MMIIR: '.(' \ ) ) 1 l lScnrcil I : ;

'.I"" TROOPS CROSS 1 I \\IUKS COVEKNOIt; TOCAM. W. JETER CATTLE
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Nt'gri Child Killed and Two Persons

MEXICAN BORDER I Wounded in' Fiisiliade! '|; trouble The school in ',' i BUYER DISAPPEARS

teachers, for ,
Tnnipn.: Aug. I IS.A negro baby I
011"IWI'J.t II'
was killed! 1 and n negro man and I wo I :Mr. K.: H. \' ) I'I _

Candel.iria. T4.'x.UA'. 1JI.! .\\ i.itorsre\' RescuedM.nf.i 11111.11UIl11l1"I'' t tonight: t i ill I indisi I t 'i'imitinte i- l-'ordini, I the I I '!
:;; < \V. .1 c.t"' ', ..r -
I f.unicil.x I I
Troops of f the I Ki 'hth cavalrycrcisM'd Tex., Aug. I Ill: ,-Lieut. Pet- til'illlin tin toxin of :Mulberry, part of his ni who K.uford.: t u I :M'.iiih fur .1,1"1' I then bejriin nnd
is under bond for
I the :Mexican border at 7 i i'MIII' and I Paul I I IF.I I la\i i>, aviators of near i ''WI" '. I Dr. Carter, mayor of :Mulberry \ I search of ,',I ,' appearance Chief I lieputy t Sheriff ICdward.s looked I
1 tin' full
I the Tinted States held has. wired the asking term of tincircuit court into the' ,'11"".. One of tho deputy sill's '
o'clock I thi i. morning in pursuitof army captive governor succi'eilcd in I
:
the banditshtt lu>ld aviators for mere than a week by :Mexicani \ I hi i in I to call I I out t the county guards.Four the school, at I I Ischools II charge of uttering xxorthleHs returned from Six-:MU' croek > I,
,' hits
1'eterson and l >a\i i.. lor ran-oin. i ,"T lid I II" \\lw demanded n ransom of men, sit jut to be guards at t the I.Lt) 'It''', I ] I ', disappeaVcil' I ninlor suspi I week" with ab inidle of clothing wr i ,
I
la\U i and I Peterson accompanied i- .sl";I:>.tMil) ), were rescued early this. morn- Prairie Pebble Phosphate Company's sue o' August I 1 circumstances. Tin- .In''I' >'"II. I ,pi'il, in )brown jiaper which WIIIII"i I Ito ,
,
hv Oipt. :Matlnck. or'tll EighthCuxnliy mine", held in BIIl't.ill :Metropolis! of Tuesday' contained I I : t have 'been t the I property of Jot.. > "oJ
the I troops, actinas: uviules.Aviators \ IJO\\ < are jail At :Miss Julia : j I '
are t-o-opcratinu( ; and are .safe in American':i lumcuum I I xvilh the shooting i a If ray has been 51,4 U ,, < I' following, in reference to .1,'h.r''I' who i is reported, to have Divert' I the i iin "
'
' with I the all'\" couls t to locate ti' rritnry ,I tonight.Mn.xor. 1'11t'1I I'll.nl' ""\ : piession II<' win Koinur to end bis lifHepuly <>
('a\ as of the :Stnrke u I : .. ,doubt-, surrounds I Hitwhere' I
I the hamlits: I the :.Alesican! i back with : ( after, of :Mulberry Mild : Kdwards went to thn HCCIV
un :ipt.\ Matlack brought the fiuultj for ,, '
of J.V.. Jeter. of
I Rnifurd' who
t tI
I
1 and' some people li\mir I i in I the neitrlvliorhood
side, ,Ih inl.UHI',\ I the Ojinaga: district urn o",,-II/tit/ of.t l Ill' ran so in money. reputable citizens saxv some of tho I comes well I it't'u t I been I in the "
engaged
t entile t huyinir i I t told him i Jeter. bud asked .
t south of Candelari.i.Washinijton. ,.il,. said! lifter Peterson had been re- 'j guards' come' close to the town. n't ot nltiiimncnts t : imit'ss, there' for. the !several
'' 1 I past t I two yenrs. t times about Imthmi in C the creek ,
I K'.isi'd; 1 I Davis xvas brought forward by 't quarter of n mile distant from the I I The sic Ill macc I t I Doxvling i an.I.I his
dt'l'piin"( < have This. was last 1 Wednesday. Then hodisappeared
t ,\tig. 1J.-!) Secretary the bandits and the two mounted' mine' and I fire indiscriminately i und' i board I arc full I i I .
I
ii to II
(taker, on reading!: I Iho .\..so- dipt) :Mntlnck's horse. The bandits I that the houses' of several white fllll1I instain' '. s the } requested nI I him I above I I and left t the bundle Ib : 4
or in tinxvutors of Six :Mile : was iilsn I asserted\ I (Ihnl) ( i 11,' 11111111, small .
ciafed 1'ress di" I'nmllal": i iI I. riddled I with j bullets..Mayor %
-paK'h K mai.iK'il!: l t the ninainder i of the a..fl- I t.s were j in order' to t' I I Ihiconcrete h, 4i
11111 r I riul
go. They i -suit i t with I himMrn.
I la, announced that the American sum money and Capt. Matlack[ and : Carter states that the guards i to take cure of I 1III" far bi'i'ii unable' I case
so I to
securethe : ill
Jeter snub, to have
t'nups'nl! ) 11\ t'r on specific |II ia\i-, I answered by rHing vu P icIly from the mine i advanced t toward tin- '''. Tins, mi' accompanied I
have .
II nor they fun ticI' bun i on dry i 'her 1 husband here nnd' stated tjinbwhen
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instructions from I the war department away. town und flrptl some txventv-fivp( shots | pulsory school 1 .
II<' went I nut I on a cattle huiyi ..
but withheld further I"if a negro man Sam n"II/I'y. who went I into effect I tug p
Tin avators landed th.merl ,
on I.n..t '
Wednesday i
a complaint was trip\ 11<' toll her if II<' did, not return
.
ollicial announcement until he can side of the river. Lt. Peterson' I Will formerly a maine! xvoiker. and i cry school mi il .' t to I tin' sheritr.. oll'ice l
I by n man by late t nfternwm to return to tier .i
,
has received oll'icial word! from "ho at the time walking '
was along
;
have .
"aid. Upon then arrival ut Cnndel- probably < .1 Ituluiuismn I Mint Jeter, 111I.1 l pur home i in I 1'aiford.: i ,' I He I did I I,I not return. I
the border. railroad i I t track. Sheriff I .stated ,
/ Logan commodate I Ii i I I i
aria a week ago Sunday their enginedeveloped / c .', horse. from him
aiul(
a
There ix
in "pay II theory that Jeter hud
The American punitive that he xx-ould disarm the mine guards 'I I
expeditions erto been t
I trouble and they were forc- t gave: him a check for $:'J7J I on a other clolhmir I i ami, ul ivt'st. bug himself I
intoIe: after the 'omorrow.
,,( (\ i'd| to land, smashing their landing I)i'iv ili'ges., at :\Mclnlosh' I i \Kin., wbi'tv .Jeter I| of the clothes ho wore, I placed I them I InI
1 bandits who held the two aviators -| gear and fusilagc in doing so. I I It is ,doubtful' done business.' Thi' !
-TI ; I checkva,>< )Inindle with other
n W"III'illlC uPI'1I11nlll
is conducted with full consent 1\ \Z.\\ It () UK: (; I iKX:: be supplied I II I i
The aviators then tried. to I find their ii ninth marked!. no fund. I I left for ,parts. uiiilt uiwui.
and knowledge of authorities \
able\ that some
in Washington, who have : way to the nearest. army camp and, The Indies of the :Methodist church account. cc

l it been withholding announcement I, b""lInl1'0nfu..el.dlll'inlCloIHlay: They anti walked then 'hired and hnve decided 1 to have n bazaar for. the I The u opening i t I ; \i. iiiiiovM-it: 11I'1'11\110-: \ : :; I'l.AUl.NrE I: ;: : \\'.\ Ill': 1111IIEI'' : : '

of the governments! purpose un. swam I benefit. of the The' I ba/.aar, I" set fi :S I I t I I IIOMI I II I': '
M"ican r burros after I Peterson developed parsonage. t r p1 i IIKCI': 'II\'ES 1 111'I'Ioli:' : ; u \it .
* (1 til the two Americans were :safe.It I xx'I ill I I be held shortly befoie Christmas u I high "I..I I. u i 1 :; I -
j i-- I thi- "eiotiil' expidition: of itsklnl 1 a fever. They had >tarted: forCmideluria and. l XM III|| be iilulei,. the auspices l i of the' I has In, "en iniiile, t I I" ''''' I Karl; Clyde Throxvcr, I lint -
in I when an III'nw,11'xi"lIn ]K.: I Kill Field Aililh-ry.. 1 Second' The following i I I clipping I i was' sent to 4'tf
--mi' t the IVi-hinir expedition I llonu' Missn ,
!
I } >imr" \ :SiMiitx I D.nnt.xfam.x |l:1tlt'l "il ()be t ,
\Ii,,: overtook them nnd I made them I 'isitumi .\. I I';. [I'. rrarht'd I Stjirko the Telegraph by friends. . of I Clarenca, '
;i pursuit "f Villa. The other was tho I .'i'k, and "h"III' tat 1' will I In., on .iii.l will nut : 1
expedition' into) ,I'tarea't the time of prisoners.According. ,, -. ,', <:, ;oli'Mibi'i, _"''I ] Saturday' much I to I the joy of his i K.: \Vaie. now u u einplo.vi-d. I nl I t the' WlllysMtirrow -

nia .,,"... ........".".. ..'.."m..h. .......... .! to airrcement./ Cant. :Mnt-) I in's. and lends.< In ,diplomatic. aspect) it j is an expedition 1 111'k- madi the journey; into the. Mexii.in '111'01'111' I Thrower volunteered I for from I the house ortran of (hubeompiinv. .

on a "hot trail." It iloes' not 1 rende/.vous unaccompanied. Hei I ',' .... in I thi' regular' nnn.In. June, Clarence Ware" i.s. n mm of 4,,

take on the l character 1 of nn act of warns i i was to pay over :$7.10'; ; () for the releasenf 1 I 17. nt which) I lime' 'he WHH not eigh :Mr." and, Mrs. "M.: I.. Ware, of Stnrko,

its -"le purpose, under( international one aviator and then the l'pl11l1in-1 I DAYLIGHT xears of age, and Ins woivn." tutuI "- and is well known IhroiiKh t tills section I 1'.

der when the netoml a\ mtor' xvas rr1 of I tun and t :
law 1 is not to invade the .sovereiffti- I t 0\ "I' a period vonrs ,

Ity of :\1'0' : 1"0. 'nor to attack I its. KOVcrnment 1 leased ('mupt. :Mnthick's ruse by which i u, months.. | |It' rein-hod (lie I United "(.Itl1..I1.... "K.: Ware" returned i ,I to department

t, hut to. puni.-h or exterminate i he, "lived $7,500)( was contrived on the, : ,., I the' first 1 week in August and I :3<\1! II week atco lifter beillK In I Iii

the bandits who held thn twoAmerita spur of the moment after!' he had escorted BILL u 1111'" 'in I the 'north for two weeks. gu uverul fluent hospital I i in (leortfia for .

; n army officers! for ransom.The | Peterson 1Il'I'OKIthe border. t I take part in the great piirade ill some tIllH'1: ,I'. Wale 1..tll"I1"" to

troops are supported) by nn nderjuate l- "I just decided? l there was no use in i : w Yolk (Cily and III Washington "Kliniia: with (Company 1. on Apid' :2

communication line, puck paying those bandits the other $7,50i' I 1 ,,", I 'metiulemitVIIMuuu. n viewed( t the I and' soon after started' to work at thitplant. ;

trains carrying the field wireless] for i after I hud, Davis, so I told him toi ,. SIM mill lIid- juti of which the' 1
use when out of touch with the aviators -i jump on behind my horse, spurred Washington.i A ug. I-Repeal' ] of Tin-t bill,I I i u I I I I, 'mefi>tm a part. While 11 oiem liovever, he was I troubled from I Iho I

who are scouting the entire Oji- him i hard and we made a wild dash I tho daylight I savinK c l law was iuciss&'ul. pl''sld"lIt. I If I of I the army of O'up"II..n.. I'orp, ,'!Ti'Lts of I'ill1t".1\ ; while, on a ): ''i

nall'a district!!! for the bandits.WIU.IAM.s.ROBKRTS. for the border.IN I today over Pr..id..ntViI..on'. vetnsume action ; I Thrower spent some t I nut' lit- Cob) diive n !ainst the llmilenburK line. lie ,

.- I by the house! by a vote of 2Jt! to 101.the ail will ci } (ion flu'rsilu'if and other points i u in WIIM Kent to Oeortria\ fur treatment( '..r

HONOR. OltlSSES: BROOKS I The lepeal now ICOIto the Senatethe end( of the' > nimyfH" country nnd I during i Ins and,, is now. aide, to ,lie, back at win'kairain. tl
:
I : where' tuber i iI',' time I of
I its supporters claim victory. Ml. I t service was 'never C
.AM: IIIKltS\ : The first repeal' UIJ""cI or sick. .
was passed by
A beautiful wedding ceremony took \ con- ":\11'.u..... wus )born in "I-'lorM.t' hut,.
guess as a rider on the annual' nitricul-' tn'k, ,' was represented in the fa
I place at the home of :Mrs. Bryant I Ua-hmifton, : ) made Iii. home III Kliinra: for Honut 4'I 1"t
Aileen Alvarez appropriation! \ bill which was ve- "'! Second( I Division by Corpornl' '
: Kathleen and
Roberts Sunday .afternoon August Misses their attractive summer I toed by President 'Vil..ulI. Kirortslln: > ''glut """ I rotrer and I I I.ieut.t Ray White i I the t lirne i before Kiii'itf overseas and duringtliiy jqt 1
entertained at -
t I time i wasemployed at I the \Vi I lyui- '
"
17th when her daughter. :Miss Katie I'
I to the agricultural] I'bshed today making I bit supremesacrifice*
measure
, :Magnolia Lodge Kings- pass over
home on
, was given in marriage to :Mr, JosephE. I sustain the M ibid. : Morrow, plant.]' Kor tbre years ho win .J
the veto failed' l in the house nnd then the but tit* of St. Maor| t
Williams.. The ceremony was performed I ley lake, Friday evening, August 15th n member" of Company I L nnd nfttrwar , '
the separate house bill, then pending, |"eal measure ; ' John A. Lejeuni nays of I bin
in honor of :Misses Josephine Brooks declared VIsl'1I1 to CnmpWaiNworth .
by Rev. B. C. Scarborough in .. I[ vius \ '
was passed by tho senate. veto. The 1!> :
: \
the presence of a large number of und Ada tilers the charming house I '"Tin !Sfii.i>nl I Iliviition "lnv.,11I, court SpartiuibiirK. ! S. C., with r

relatives anti friends. I guests' of :Miss 1':1111Iay: : Long. :I IF"J. : ';military; ;; and' historic- : impoit-; his orgam/.ation. I II.v".. oversells ', 1
great 1
The groom i is a son of Mr.! Wiley The spacious.. porch was decorated: : OKATII) : OK :\m... |lW| |; f WOODMKN( )" : :: I : : : : : '" I in this t trl'lIIl'n.lnll" engagement. nine i months t and Sit%V service at Yprpi. ., 1".

Williams' of the Worthington section to resemble a forest the rustic posts'I fought five pilchcd battles or" ser ('iu,,ulrimi nnd St (Jum.'uit' in with Company
:MrJohn t F. I Drew died' at her resj.i.I ,division
'J7lh!
I L IDS Infantry :
,
. and has lately: !returned' from a fourteen b'illleuvl'red with magnolia branchc.s j i of battles t t alxvnys I defeating i I tho ,
1 A beautiful i I i
denet shout
distnnce of a
east Stnrke
a ( I tins servii ,lie xvns woundad'
with frieze of moss intertwined| luring ,
months' serxico in the U. S. army a I \ nnd it liiiwun the' right to
| last Wednesday! August l"th: after ,plan- at (l'I'IIhy I i "I
and I three diireivn! I Ii i 1111'''
in i Ki t ;''MI' '' K.i iw, ; tnl afteinoon I I II
tinhuniest,j : buttles. there. He is a around the entire porch. There i ixas only n few. days' illness. I'I'I ''Ih"I "last rest i I .... of its lu ri II Iii ii I. victories won "( 'lii""cn.t' is one u of I the) trim herooaof ,
young man of irreproachable character \ a profusion of golden rod l in |I The deceased I, whose maiden name it at Chateini' Thierry. :Soissons.; I the great war, The boys. > of I Dij-), 4

. and industry. I His I bride l Is a handsome hanging baskets. ,'I I I was :Miss' Poll}' Rumey:; was horn Inlay C. Crews, "" ,.. 1 / .\l lihh.1lli""I.I I I HlII''lie: :Mont' I nnd I I'li'-tment :ill rnore than welcomed him ,

younl'a.ly' and very popular \During the evening< two interesting i igiimes I ( county 152 years atro. In IH70 IIf'o"'ln", j / in' Meuse. I Its I casualties were 01,, Ins return from Cieorgia munch OTO I '

among n large circle of friends. All xvere played] (', ""'op" and, Five she was married to Mr. Drew nnd to veiled, by ,' i :\: officers and,I :28!:!,m5l! : men total :21-! I !-lad that he is able to be with thom ,,

' who have the privilege of an acquaintance Hundred and ,dancing was enjoyed to the union were born, six ,children four ,lund"pll', esti unit t :\ I"r" | :I !;. This 1 was about ten per cent of again." at

, with the young couple wish the strains of a \' i.Delicious And two daughters! Kthel: Evelyn :
"I rh"in hop voyage through life part of t the i I: I i t kunmu "Forces. I It raptured I II
I ] I'efr""hnll'ntleonllitilllt pu.u ty
und :Mary' Edna who all survive lioiioree thu 'i I r.Mov: ) Mi.iniM; : c;
----- -+- ----- ( i I :! prisoners, over one-riinrter of
if fruit punch acid cake xvere served.Those their mother. The deceased lived with |
educator had
total I numher captured' liv the A.
1.liIHtrTJ.EI: : fortiinn" enough> to be present -I her husband in Clay county until elev- u m '
were :Misse* ..Io""philBrooks I when !I. Mown and I I .: !I". I It captured,, :8\tl'l\ ,'lIlInoll. about l-'olloxMiig 'is the program' of tho I
!'i 1 years ajro' they' moved to this
Lake Butler Aug. 22. :Mr. nnd und Ada I II tiers. of (Gainesville Misses I' oct .ion.Mrs. pially well I I I ,- "' of the I total number, cap,, I Union I Central I I liii lit hut Association ,
lare had been t by the A. ,K.; I1'. Thi officers lonvene, with 'Rniford, Baptist church!
1'1'
Ella : Long. Gladys 'I'leott. of
May <
:'III'''. Davis Valdosta, Oa., were : Drew had been for 15: years a
visiting Mr.! and l l11's:\ U. W. Burum Sampson City, :Marguerite Shriver of member' of the'iMMi"ary: Baptist oa': >eil for I men of the :2nd! division have August :2i!I-lI.: I 1 lImB!). ,

Sunday.Mrs. Hrooker, Audrey Johns, Jennnette I church and faithfully lived up to the The orator J 1'11I',1 by their I vnlor, I their skill u and Io'riolllY'I I I ::11'1) a. m. Orjtllnlzutloll.I ) ,
: A. (;Green .I r victories, I the admiration I i and I I 12:110! : ) n. in. Introductory'. sermon_
nnd .Florence Matthews. :Mr. and :Mrs. teachmifs of her faith. She was a ,
C. I,. Varnes and daughters
I address gave tituu It' <>f our Allies I I and our coun Rev. li. W. S. Ware.
Lucile and Lena visited :Irl.'arne.! .< l oHeoo1..1.11111': Mr' and I Mrs. George good wife and mother and always "

I>ar'ntl.11'! : and II'''. :;. S. Proctor, :Marks, Mr' *. .John I.. Shriver, :Master' rendy to encourage the sorrowinK and the brother ", m"'I. + I ClII: < I p. in. 'Dinner.
Chlll'lelIIl1rb and :Mr. and l llrM.: A. relieve distress. Her many virtues ored, as well 2:81)::! 1 1I.votiuIIIII-A.) I D. Andrews.' '

Sunday. V. Long. :Messrs. Raiford and Willie and, irood traits will cause her ,loss tot I 1 J\ Ity and,I nirn i.iurii: ; : KNJOV.;: PICNICThe :JIO.! :( 'Discussion, "Is'! Baptism thn" ,

}t :Mrs.[ C. II. Register left :Monday\ j,','Epperson Earl :Middleton[ Powell! ,.. very much deplored by her many I monument j is I Dour, into the Church"Rev., \\'. M. t

for St. Petersburg to visit her sister. Charles' Heusley Morgan' friends as well ns her family and' st\le t and of .. "Epworlh; League of the : Carlisle.

. :Mrs.' Purnell after a pleasant visit ,i I Carpenter much sympathy i is felt for her bereaved I Aaron : : f church went on II p'cnic' to 'tl"lho-j !9tl: )() Sermon.Satordaj .
with her : :Mm. IA.. Darby Carl' Johns Levy Canovu Paul' .
Mr. and
t )parents husband and children. I IlutliT I Inku Thurmlny afternoon. I 10:1)0 I): a. mum. I Devotional

L1 Duncan left for Jacksonville Satur-I I Canova, Harold,' Wall Allen Canoxa The interment took place at the I""k.. of age "' Scott was hostuss. After bath- b E.: W. :Miller

,;; day where she was joined by her husband and Augustus I.ong.IIF.lOGGEI family burying ground at Hculnh' mail the! \ the delicious picnic nupper,, was |I Oii)::! ) I DiDcusnion, "The Social I "Evil; I

',i and will accompany him on a ,, ,+-- -- cemetery Thursday Rev. I... W. Kick- life, work. His .., by 1\1 I'M.' Scott and Mrs. Ilii/ifs. of :Modern TinIl'M"-R"v. C. Wells.

vacation trip out West. ) OFFICERS liter performing the obsequiVs. A n member of supper rowing and swimming '12.0O; Sermon.

,f The family of J. W. Townsend has numerous procession of mourners followed '- County High enjoyed. At a !late hour the |>nr- I :OO() p. m. 'Dinner.

returned from Orange Springs. Tuesday afternoon while Sheriff the remains to their last resting rner' was cut motored hack to town. :2:80! ::: Discussion, "What Should bo

Gus Fowler is visiting his cousin, ,' Epperson. and /Deputy liaisden were on place' and the floral offerings were I of influenza ; Those pnrticipatirif in the event the A titllI, '' of the Churches to thus

II. L. Fowler. I I their way to Starke from Sapp station profuse. of the present :MIKNCR "Klorence :Matthews, .'Jul' '1 Organi/.ed Work"-'Ruv. J. 1 L. Norris.

:Miss.. Ada Register is home for a they saw what hey thought was Woodard.' of ..In'ksonvillt.larIl'IlI'r.:' : O'- 'ttt\ Our' Wftt-l.l-- --. .. -I'rol1'r..mllJ. -'-'. .... -- ., .s.. I
visit with her parents. :Mr. and :Mrs.C. smoke coming from a thick swamp' t Shriver; of Hrooker. Kuth 111"11', .S. Proctor.; :
A WAR RELIC MEETING; ; : ; i |) :\1 Middlfton[ I Hilda I u
iggs atigi'
II. Register. after attending! the about half a mile from the road.' They on Sunday--H: ) II. m. SundnSchool \/ ,
summer school in Gainesville. had two prisoners with them and Kate Struth Helen Diiafi, mats meeting conducted by II.

Charles Knight, of .Alachua] stop could not both go to apprehend thesupposed In the Telegraph's museum is a The club I .ri" Scott, .oui.sa "iHKK, Anna Ap-, C. Peeples.UtiO .

ped over in Lake Butler Tuesday on moonshiners it was decided copy of the Telegraph of January 3, on !grape of Arcadia (iertrude" I.uuis anti : ) Sermon.
The Pine II ,,e Scott, of 'DeLand' ; :Messrs.
his way to Jacksonville.. by lot that :Mr. Bafoden shouldgo I! t9! which we found! in our postofliee I 1:00: ) p. m. Dinner.
waded the I Hill I u ( n I'owidl l.ouN Shriver ( f Hrpok-
alone. After having in 2'IO::\ Community Sing led by Tom
James Adkins of New: River, was drawer Saturday morning. This paper jnth. I'itt Tomlmson Kuiford Kpperson:
swamp to his knees. and receivedbumps ') I j. Harris.
. in town transacting: business Saturday as big as buckshot from mosquito had been returned from France Brooker (" .. (',,II.y. Cnrr Colley, fjeor/e; ( + -, ----

afternoon. bites face and neck he found after failing to find the addressee, h.. sac !,' William Struth Willie Kp-; i|: ''I
ReJ.. B. Crews. of Long Bridge. on Wilbur Scott J. K. Miunes, of S \1.1; OF (.()\'INlJN'L': :" ;: (.()fI.i))
:
Graham
that the supposed smoke wa only the I.ieut. Henry r. Richard care GUst; I
was in town Tuesday.P. ,Hitler, and :MesdnmeH (;u"rwr'
house
that rises after rains in certain infantry. On the wrapper in rtnmped 1 Friday
M. Padgett and Wm Johns visited vapor swamps, and that no still nor submarine "Mase: Hospital" 'ot in Base Hospital East Starke !; .f [D'r.nrul, 1. f. !f>iftf| and l ,I A long us the allotment lasts Postmaster .

their folks at the beach duringthe was about. :Mr[ Baisden returned I ." "Addressee returned to tJ. S. I will! meet at I of Brooker. '' Alvarez! the local office will

week-end returning home Tues to the car a wiser but much disgusted A.," Camp Gordon Ga.," and many it M, Saturday, : : I take orders' for goods, on sale by the

day.Rev. officer. Further along the road I other marks by stamps and red ink, Johnstown ( Starke this w.k.Vhn in the I government A list in the postoflice,
of Arthur William! on ,' on which the g<, "U for sale\ in marked .
L. A. Rawls stopped over in more "smokes". were seen but whether impossible' to decipher, as tho whole Jnhnstown I 'I
Lake Butler :Monday evening whileon they were mere vapors or actually wrapper has been rubbed with a blue Wdnesday., !!street ho made a thorough In- by check marks shows the prices

his way home from Crystal River, emanating from stills they were not pencil. Mr Richard told the reporter :Miller' Club' of the k kitchen dining room and the .si/.e of the packages. Those,

spending! a short while with friend i investigated. that he must have been at Verdun' Thursday and ", etc., and found every I who order must remit in advance on!

here. Readers to which this may sound when the paper arrived in France. :Jlith.! HO perfect in n sanitary sense the goods will come by parcels' pd'stlThe
nothing more could be desired I articles. marked for sale aru!
The assured by the sheriffot1eeri. The many directions on the wrapper County
series of meetings at the :Meth- suspicious, are hash
of corned and roost beef
the restaurant n rating Bacon
and its well worn Indicate gave I
"I1.t church : In that nother the finished moonshine appearance
bel'anIonday night l !
. charge of Rev. Hollister.Sheriff nor beer bat been captured by that those in charge of the mail to thn .\.-; ). To judo( from the full tables at dry and baked bouns, rice, sweet black corn
A. E. F. took great pains to forward ry meal :Mr. Williamii' customers green pe.u, vegetable soup, pep.
J W. J. Epperson and Deputy 'hem that day. A word to the wise l III ,

Baisdenvere. in town :Monday.. enough. : 'he. parcel! to the addresses. The state '" rate his cuisine at 100. per.mru .












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Pine Hill Aug. 22.: -Istcr I'inhol-
I literVII.. tian.sacting! business iti

Worthington Springs( Wednesday: afternoon Beware of theSomething

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;, H I A. L. Green was attending to business
in Riiiford Friday afternoon forNothing I
H Willie Mae and Cnntoe Oliver pmt ,I h
Friday in Brookcr. :
: Roan Surrency. nnd cousin! Ida Lou' FakirYou
; ? Billiard., of ;Mayo, were guests of the
;t its :Misses :Minnie and, Pearl Green Friday

afternoon.A .
B. Surrency spent the? week-end can put this down'as an

I in Jacksonville with his son, A. H. infallible rule-there is no such thingas
Surrency, rdurninhome/( Sunday nf-
ti-rnoon. something for nothing. If you keep ,
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:Mr. an.111's.: :M. P. :Matheny and that principle in mind you will be buy- i
children, of Brooker, t spent Sunday
toa ted with :Mr. and :Mrs Roy Godwin. ing real food value with your dollars, i

Sunday 1''. M.in Barefoot this section., of Brooker, spent which, of course, means a -conservationand .

5 Ralph, Emory and Ervin Ilazen Alvin a saving.
demons and Mollie: Surreney r 3

were in Uruuker Saturday.OODLAUN I II I' s.
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When you see any thing offered

I \\' ---- 1Wcindlawn J for sale "cheap," beware. Something is

Aug. :22.-IV ii. Browning I j wrong somewhere. In the long run you get

of Jacksonville, spent Sunday i just about what you pay for and if you try to i.
with his fwnily.Messrs ;, something for nothing will generally
LUCKY : :Nathaniel-'; Stalling and, '| get you

,, r ,, Raiford Browning spent Sunday n..al'j get less than you pay for.
Raiford with friends

STRIKE O. J. Phillips, of Jacksonville "spent Some housewivesbelieve
thoughtless
I the week-end, here with his parents

i :Mr. amid, :Mis.! I 1)J. L. Phillips. they effect a saving by using self
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1 cigarette A. :M. Blnnchard: of Luwtey, "spent'
; Sunday here. with :Mr.. and :Mrs. :M. rising flour. In most cases they are buying an
I). Carter inferior food and paying far more than the

' It's toasted to increase Mr. and, :Mrs. S. I D. Peoples, of Jacksonville article is actually worth. So the housewife who I '
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spent the week-end herewith I
thinks she is getting her baking powder for
; :Mrs. Peeples. parents Mr. and
the good, :Mrs. J. S. Mathis.\ nothing is mistaken. She is paying dearly for

.! wholcsomeflavor \ t,,, ;' -i ;Mrs Edward Milliard' and children it and instead of getting a pure, plain flour and

Wuteroak, spent Sunday with herparents baking powder added, in the majority of cases
here.Miss .
of the Kentucky \ : Irene Rhoden i.s spending theweek is getting a poor grade of flour, a cheap gradeof

13urleytobacco. \ ; in Jacksonville with friends. powder containing calcium sulphate or
Frnnk ('rn'forl.of, Jacksonville, of
plaster paris.H. .
1 A regular man's spent Sunday here with his daughter,
Mrs T. C.
Williams.
smoke and deli- j yj- Ivey Thompson returned home Friday L. Eskew, Food Commissioner of the

from Jacksonville having been State of Tennessee, in a recent address at Atlantic City, said:
W' cious employed there for the past two
months. "1 would not tolerate flour product like torn of thtMlf
Mrs. L. (Hicks and daughter :Mrs. filing flour' told in a large part of the South, the
Concomitant of wtech. : see all_ ankooon and not to be
Ounronteecl < > Oteen.!' returned to their home in
O fl ry in
aad whoM thematter
ascertained bf the coiwimcr purity
,r f/ Plant City Monday after :
"'p'nalinlIe".al
cl of phosphate if open to serious question M a
i iI 1 ttir.>rceaw. iuce g. .! weeks. here the guests of relatives. deceptive agency."


The farmers are taking advantage Buy a pure, plain! flour and a standard baking f
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I TIIKKKSSAIf : :: with relatives.! J. A. Starling, of Jacksonville, i is, plants. and you witl be getting mote for your money
II. E. :Mooreryas a visitor to Hampton spending n few days with his parents
Thrrt-Hsa Autf. 22-Ucv. N. T. King\ Saturday.R. :Mr. and, Mrs S. J. Starling. TO SUBSCRIBERS
of New River, filli-d his regular appointment ' 11. King, of Jacksonville,
spent a Rev. L. ;M. Moseley filled 1m (
regular Subscribers are asked to please v--u.
the church Saturday
nt liaptist -
day or two here during the weekend,
appointment at the Highland
and Sunday, preaching to interested with homefolks. Bap mention their former address wh..nth..y
tilt church Saturday and Sunday. write to send! the Telegraphto
"on rl' uti..nll. Rev. Carlisleof :Messrs. C. Sullivan and, C. !L. :Norton -'; us ftote-Mia CcsieUo is already well Scow to most qf Me ladia ", '
!Luke Butler, will assist Iev. King Charlie Wilkinson was a visitor, to a new address. Our subscriptionlist Branch 1M
went Stephen:; lake on a fishing "., ,Cflfy. Sue is of fie domatIe Screou- of Uwsnersi ofCkacago
in conducting the series' nf meeting trip| last week.. :Maxville Saturday, on business \ is large\ and! we know the address Slteuortt College, Boston Cooftotg Scbnol. opradrdeo/Lwrn ,
during. the week. Kev. Carlisle delivered ;Messrs. Cyril :Manire, Alvah Saxon I'r.' W. :M. Hudson, of Jacksonville,, of comparatively few subscribers, and! hlS/iff."4. Ssparrrsor of Doracttw Samoa in PtII* Shoos,, *'ec al f
an interesting sermon to a and Willie .Maxwell; of Hampton-, spent Sunday with his!' par..ntll11'! : are therefore' put to much trouble and Lecturer on DoMatie Arts tuUl 1 Eamont. Speed Leeresrr III Me
large! audience. Sunday night. This were in our burg, Friday night. and :Mrs. Henry lIul on. loss of time (which means expense) WOffWOI's Clw.
1 ( is Ki'V. (Carlisle' first trip. down here Loiinie Iliglitower and 1 Lawrence I :Mr. and :Mrs C. :M. Hudson nail when we have to hunt through our" W patJaJtmg a aeries of leer nsorf mportant arttclti.softener .
I children! arrived Sunday from, Jacksonville lists for an address., This tl'oublIhl'
and the people' are well pleased with King, of Hroklyn'er( (' visitors here
'f l him. Rev. li(!t A. 1'revatt will also assist Sunday to visit their parents, Mr. and, writers can !save' us by being more .

during tin, meeting. Cleveland! Lee, of !Lake Side, wits :Mrs. Henrv Hudson' and, :Mr.[ nnd Mrs. explicit.The\ .
S. 15.VIM. ihinI. visitor S..1. Starling. -
> was a to visiting friends
1 Itnmptnn Thursilay.l afternoon in our burg Sunday r Quinine That Docs Not fleet The (Head! whit rier :.md 1' uiitiin' ....Worms '!". a lU-uithy Child

l > and :Mrs. l-'oitner of :Melrnse' ;Mrs Ivii 1 L. Sprinkle, of Lake Butler :\III.LFR. : i, Dnnuip. I1KUMO of Its OUININK Ion II' :end(Tahis Inx.tlvR) ran rfToce.! he LAXATIVE Inkrn Just try U''' ,, ,,.t thiuc ulln" '-. IIf ,, ,rhllilnn Irnnti'.1 1 ,! wllli worms have an' i
orchard white at drug store and n >iiliv' color which .mlu-iitrH poor blast mil. n- a
nltended chunh here Sunday. by anyone without tutiHimt tifrvmiNnfutt or rinttiiitt any
uns a visitor to school ,.
our last iu thu lu'ud. tW.:; GIW\ S giitnutiiii tin unx. :.MIL' nil ,hero I U more or Ic stnmncll dls'urhn i
two lemons from the and makeup
James Dorth and daughter who Thursday, afternoon :Miller Aug. 22.-Rev. :M. A. Wood grocer illiOV;( 'E S TAS1KLKSS chill TONIC: given ti-tfuljt\ "i
j spent last week nt I Lake Side with Mr.I Quite a crowd of folks from here nrd. of Pukes, preached I his regular a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant fur two or three weeks will envifh the I hle..I|, |, nn
and. :Mrs .1. J. Collins lemon lotion and massage it daily prove the dijiottlnn, and! art Hi a GrnrralMrrnttlieninit
returned Saturday met' ,
f a party from Brooklyn 11..1.fOl'd sermon nt .the Free Will Baptist ,
on Tonic to tho whole system. Nature will tin
morning to then! home in I hake lake Friday night and, enjoyed n thurch here Saturday night and Sun- Diplomacy in tne hewsEvery iota the fact, neck, arms 8"* throw off or di-tpel, the worm*,and the Chad wi": I I'
City. / fish fry. Aiming those present from now und then wife urges Hands.-Adv. ((95)) in perfect health Pleasant to take 60c ...built,*

I'lantoi) Owsley was u visitor to' this place were (C. .\. Younjrblood and day.Mr.: and :Mrs. W. O. Brooks of busbiiud to buy Home! new clothes for
l Hampton Saturday family, :Mr. and :Mrs II. E :Moorer Providence, visited relatives here on himself but If he l is a pretty good E. 0. PAINTER FEHTILIZEU COMPANY
.l Mrs. U. M. Mersey rind hildrenri'vni i I talker he can tot" .Mil' < arid .
; a... :. .! :.. .: : ._. : .. sun.. Freeman.. Sunday. 'uniting. I h-r mm1, I J" r \\ i rth Star Jacksonville
II IH.Y >il ""I IliniVflK III I.IIKe I '.. .\. IIl'rKl'Y.ho is in Pnlatku Den/il Thomas visited hU!' sister! KliiridaI'Vri1i.crs r
llutler with .relatives.O. fur a while, spent the week-end herewith .Mrs. ,..'. :M. Thornton, of Rniford last "----- -- ( Insccliciilcs, Sprayers Poultry
SuppliesFor
i. \l: lleimett few I
spent a days recently his family. week. "BAYER "CROSS"
at the r'londa. metropolis on a I School ill progressing along very' J. S. Howard, of Dukes, passed!'! thirty yean we have been manufaciunng, frriili, ,rri in thin :Slate-owe:: have laiiified cur
combined !business and pleasure trip. nicely with :Misses Morn and. Iuinle! through here recently Comers in every county in Florida.
1 1 ;.Mr. mind I Mrs.: Cason mind children, ofMrmm I :MrKwen: us teachers. B. F:. IIr..wnVa... n business visitor Write I'or I.ali-M I'rire Lint. I'.i...... alwayn in linn wish; UualiOV" '
: ] *, were firming I those veto nttemled .1. K.: Phillips and family are" moving to Dukes Friday ON ASPIRIN I II :I.:
church here Sunday.Messrs. of Providence, attended
to I.arkins this week Cameron Fralick I
i : S. II. Woodard. mill J.V.. I Mesdames S. 15. Wondard, nail W. church here Sunday.Eugene Si'.
Hlltt..1 I ( were visitors to Lake (Jenevn; I I A. ,.1'111I'R'l'r.< .. visitors to Stnrke un'i'1 : Douitlass, made n business! < 1,>
Sunday, giu'its of :Mr. I takvr.hTrid. I i Tuesday. I i, trip to lake Butler Tuesday. Always Ask for Genuine : rneM nifloW lli

.losephine Sullivan, of Hampton Sidney Trit-st no.11.; :\. Itrinson i i' (Olson\ Thomas visited friends In I Tablets of IL rJ

-"......-.,."..attended, the services hero this I I1 ( spent u day or two the f first t of theweek day.Alachun\ county Saturday and I Sun IBayer Aspirin"i I! ( >kgtiJslW jde.' 4s )' ae... y v )
; out on KIucI'ond) flshing.
'I :\1. rHo I'. II. Neal:';, and Dnniel' Bitten Kddie: Millard, of WIII'roak.'IIS In'', The monument' erected in memory UfT4.; a. 1\\\ ,
were visitors to Starke' Saturday our section last week. '| of the deceased Sovereign Rniford A. .'
il J.V.. (Itatten" made a business trip - -.. - ----- I' fliers member of :Miller W. O.V.. : ,J
to Sampson City Thursday afternoon. ( LAY III I.I. !'! was: erected last week anti the unveiling -
j ;Miss :Mamie :McKwen: spent the i will take place' at a date to be nnnounced .. ,, .
t week-end. at Hampton( with her sister, Clay Hill, \UKTi 22.: -The rains in I', later.I I 1

MI-H.! t. 1 B. Rons.Mrs. I this section are damaging the crops I The stork visited the home of Mr. Only Aspirin Tablets with the safety I'
: .1,,". Phillips was trading, in badly.II. i i and :Mrs. H. G.! Crawford one day last "Bayer Cross" on them are genuine ,

Hamptnii:Miss Saturday. I'I It. Hudson and II. S. Starling i!I week, leaving a fine baby girl. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," owned ,
:Myrtle Collins who ,
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is teaching made. a business trip to Jacksonville Carl Brown and Karl Peeples werebusiueas and made by Americans and proved |j
school at Kingsley lake, spent Monday I < visitors, Midway: Saturday safe by millions of people. Unknown !J
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Saturday and Sunday at Lake Side! i '
'
1'1.: Carter returned home Saturday t afternoon quantities of fraudulent Aspirin< Tablets '
with Collins.her 11II1''ntl.11': and :Mr<. J. after I spending n week nt Oak I 0, L. :Mi/.ell nn.1V.. T. Reaves, of were sold recently by a Brooklyn 1 1 1I
1 .1'1 with relatives. I Worthington were bu..lne811'i. itor!'! dealer which proved to be composed "
Postal Henry \Voodard, en employe of IL S. Starling! and mother, :Mrs.V.. 1 here Saturday. mostly of Talcum Powder. Ta1"UP
Telegraph" and Cubic Co.. spent A Starling and little sister, Lucile, i i--* "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" should |

and last :MrS.week here. n. with Woodard.his "lIr"ntH.11'He left: on. ]:I made a business trip! to JacksonvilleKrulav. FI.\: IWEE always be asked for. Then look for UP

I the safety "Bayer Cross" on the pock-I i
1 report Monday for for Kcrmindinu. where he will : :Mrs. Flossie Tanner of Jacksonville Elnrbee, Auor. 22: -:Mrs. Henry Philips age and on each tablet. Accept. nothing ; Business men know the ad
duty.J i i i..* spending, a few days 'in this has been on the sick list for several else! Proper. directions and dOIlage i ,
I.. :McKtten l of
: was n visitor to savings I
vantages a account
community with her ister-in-law" \ days in each Aspirin package. .
Hnmp'on, Sunday afternoon. I l, Mrs W. M. Starlintf.K . I'd.I: lIinll')' war a visitor to :Manning Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer \f with a good reliable institutionlike I
1.'riIII \
> n Ilht1: r. and 'Mrs S. R. f
I:. II. Carter and I son Henry madi' Friday. :Manufacture of Monoaceticacidcster \
Swindel .
the entertained, large number of a trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.Lon Harley Pearce, of Lulu. I is, spending of Salie'lIcRcld.-Adv. No. 126. l' this one.
young folks with a pound! party' :Moseley spent Saturday and a few days< her with his 8IOt..r.11': .. ;
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-veriil game were played and music Sunday in Jacksonville with friends R B. Rosier.R. ; / They know that systematic
..' GIRLS! LEMON JUICEIS
1,1! singing were enjojed. Supperua
nail relatives.Hurdle' .
I 1 I P. :Stokes= attending business
was \ to j
And
"I''d i 'h.fore the iruext* ilepnrtt'd and Lonnie Padgett! were in in niford Friday afternoon.Oeo << SKIN WHITENER I saving promotes prosperity
I
> their respective homes reporting a Highland, Saturday.Mr. that
l Rosier has moved 1 near F.lnr- ti l now money deposited
I lensant evening spent. Among, those? : and \11'0.: I.. W. Wilkinson and, bee where he will be his work. Mow To Make Beauty '
nearer a Creamy in this bank has sound
I resent \\ero :Misses Fstrlli': Woodard, 1 > Ib protection.
children Katie and Daviil.! and S. JI .1I I .
:Messrs.[ It. B. Rosier anti W. R. Rosler .
I'loreiice Lotion For Few
[ Cents.The
lull, Rhoda liennett.: ini. Starlingere in Highland' Saturdayon : a '
'lie> HnKnn, [) : I wl're'iRit"r.. to Rniford Friday. 4 If haven't
nrllId'w.'n.:
a Elise mtdiertrudt business.! : you opened an ac.
Henry Philips sons attending to twr.h;
Hinwnn, Jirtie Swindel RuthJ1eEwtn juice of lemons strained l
II. B. Hudson was visiting in this
with
; : Eunice: 11I'lIIlI'lt.11".1': ''. community Sunday morning business in Raiford Saturday. into a bottle containing three ounces count us yet, do it now
I Sidney and Calvin Tricot Elnrbee church service were well of orchard white makes I before
Kilmer :i n.! U. Padgett was n visitor to attended :Saturday= night and Sunday, whole you forget.
Woodnnl, John Hall.\ or the
Sam Swimlfl. :Miixville Saturday.J. '' quarter pint mot remarkable
Jim Phillip. .,...."MVlkins.. Henry\ S. Prescott .J. H. M.iseley: "'. II. Rev Oeo. Smith. delivering two interesting I lemon skin hcuutifier nt about the cost
Woodnrd, Arthur Bennett Samuel 11'. message one must for a small jar of the '
and n. D. ('lIrll'rVl'r.. pay ordinary
visitors ot Ellison: P.o..i..r1111 in :Starke= Sat $-$-$-$-$-$-$ $
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Womlanl and, others.: Manville Saturday. cold crenms. Care ho''Id! IIP, -$-$ $-$-$-$---$--$ $-*-$--$
!Master Arthur Monrer returned. to Ilarney Lang returned home urday. taken to strain the lemon juicy through i iII I(
I,1 his home here Saturday after a de day afternoon after spending! a Satur week Cotton i is being is done opening when slowly the mind, picking i fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets: in, Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow
weather i /
lightful visit of two weeks: in Jackson in RillJll: villo with relatives and. frl..nd:4.n. : P.ailey Lung, and family months. Every woman knows that I
1I"r"'y rind "..1 o. \\.1.\ of K.IIf"rd. ;- H I II), Cnrttr was in I.nwtey Sun- visitor Oscar Sparkmnn. of Rnifonl. was a lemon juice is used to blench and .remove I Bradford County Bank
are 1"111'1|, ,' : a few day hen' ..lav \ to the home of C W RnslerNuhlyday such blemishes as freckles, salJ J ESTABLISHED 1889
lowness and tan and is the ideal skin

Starke, Fla."AGE .

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chobce, and containing a quarter mil !r went down in the black swirl of Six- fi7"_ .:-: ......_=_ .: ...-- -. : . .-_.-_- -- _--.J ,
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News of Florida in Short
Paragraphs. I i tin luige-t, bleeding lunches in the Atlantic (.'oast Lino bridge: :Mr. and '"

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of the citTiciaN will hu\o 1(1,000( ( ) heiui o"it to the cieok late in the afternoon !' i I I1'1il

Live State News f I of tattle on it at tho end of a year ami for a sunn and cntcn-d the- water / II, : ,

I I _' >,(>00 head within two yeais' ut a point not fin from the brick IsSi PossiLb J i io leislate J

'---. -,. -- _...._.._..i road :Aftoi' they' had been in the- water 1'1il! ;:

Told.ibEj;: ; ,; ;;:: J The boat which plies d.uly between onip time Kdna: ;Morgan got beyond I I''
Palatku and Shell Bluff the "Ucssic
I hoi depth\ and hoi inotlui, who Life and Brains?

E." with :!IT pusesngers aboard, many could not cvvim, started to her rescue.Mr. !111' J I;
''' of whom were! women, was sunk otf : ;Morgan who could "swim a little, ;

The little son of :Mr. and :\11'.. Kmhi / I HHtali I 11\ ,- stock Imard 1'tawardi I :::unIat.o: Sunday afternoon Owing got' uhead of his' wife and she went <'I*. : [I i

.mi. of llullundule, died lust Satui- :: i- a tiikfiiccountv and cattle I arc- to tlu> quick) and accurate judgment of buck to tho shore, and) culled to the'OUnA'I'I' I

da i >' of poisoning' from ,outing oleundeilouses I not quarantined fiom shipping to the captain, all on board were safely child! to come to her. The I"t": Swift & Company is

maiket from that (county I landed at the San ;Mateo dock! where little gitl looked once at her mother, ,I

they watched the ship sink out of 'then\ turned towards her daddy\ nnd ; primarily an organization '
'ii
f ount> (CommisHioner Turner ofSun I Duke Albeit, a young! newspaperman I -ight.: The boat run against some plunged/ to her death in the stream \

:M.iti, who has been ruled us of I'.oston was drowned at piling: at the dock\ which stove in her which, though IIIII'I'OW. h"I strong :ii! j of not collection '

iiuitiUM extensive cattle owner, has I na's \\luil in the Itillsborough\ 11111\1 bow (causing!' the leuk which sank her current at this point :Mis." ;Moigan/ men a

-old. Ini" 'attic to one of the big tanch- er above Sulphur. Springs.' :\ in a few minutes The.- boat was hut being' unable' to .swim, was' helpless, -!'

nun in\ Clay lounty. I ITw I i i Winter nearly lost his life in an attempt 'I a few feet from the dock at the time but in desperation' threw heavy' chunks Ilk.i";' of brick I mortar, and

I to save his ('companion, who was and all pansongois wirelanded, eif wood into tho watoi' in tin- hope

,. luimliod, pillions u day of I puru souedith cramps when he .stepped i, that la'l'i i'In,UI'ii'ii and husband might '!II"" n1achinery.l' .

irim\a\ .i u 110 i j" (tin- ri'coid 110 far this I "fT a shallow ledge into twenty feet of i ;Mayor ;Martin( fatutdny, moinmirvetoed cling! : I to t them nnd, boavod, hut nil hel

\M.i.\U "f tin1 .lunn'" Curnelt Company, water, The body was rccoveied sevcral tho oidmuiue calling: a special elfoitwin- in vniii... .. Hi'fine herscivams ,.,,,I ,

of It I..itnli idulo, manufacturers! of |i hours Inter. I election for the purpose of amending! bud! brought tho Pnlnier I family till Ii Packing Plants, their :

IMMV.I .|olll >'. I tho frni.i.hiso of the .'nck on\.II. ,' Tnution who live nearby', to the scene of I I

For 1"11"0:11n"l': public. Ad-1; Company.) The election wu* to the tiiKe-dy, till'Vut"I' had closed over equipment and useful- !

l '. I.. Mint" manager of the I-'lor-1 jutunt-Genenil McCants dt-mobili/.ed hiivo boon hold! for the purpose of getlo : its tine'\Ktinis 1 1 foi' tho lost iime. ;! I

Ida! t , ... .Inni1 f'ompunv' at thi. ('ol1lpllni..K. of homo guunls of Polkrount i ii' iiutfifin" tin* fare cbargedbv ,. ** outward
\ nf rre only
:\11111111' i hn"M 1 his entire output! I If ) almost befoie thi-y' bad "mobil- i tho company' In hi veto messagetho "LiMiTKir: !IMDVT: MOP I .

"PI,' l.i-t mi', 1.noil trillion-. This jourIII i/i-d.! This ,)(" 'u",1 lusf TU('! Will 1'1 "dIll'" -11,000 trillions l. Which,' f. wing iiiinouniiinent the previous not Mgmng:; the ordinance anil declares Even the "LimU' KIHMVSlun' the : syjnbc : of the I

hi will I him.. nn tioublo Imposing: of. J i i'I day t.luit the guards would, be employed ,,{ that the- people should not only have ( mornur Uouclios (he Limit II
to disarm all in the phosphute I g.ncc life long experience :
poisons tho' right to vote to increnso,' the fare1 : ,\
huts iluvs ago T. L. Wilson ofj! mining district who weie armed but also to reduce it.hon Tinlloiidmn./ ,,.tlWI'\\1-" known as I :

r.nlouoUI his irtove: property betwee without lawful authority.. j jTh ,: the "Limited"' of the ..d""II'dil' J and right purpose .._.l '
'n liuw-ti'i:" a'ill( 1'ort ;M ail", to a I i no K.ulw iv; WHS mil qii mi, .il last .'. -- ' '.""

,\ mlu'nte I for M'>ooOU. The crove was 'new hullo... tile s.!"> built ecently ard\\ the. )' employ and! :Machine''i"os nf the Works tn"d.FoulI.h' ofI weekVitluliiiMil 1 of tinexiollent, 'F"11'1, ",j of che men who compose I / d. I"
I Alabama
tiMilil 1 1.1-t vuok by the syndic-ate for : by un company on nnd populai" tinin wauttiibiiiod to 1.1". " ''H Sit'I '
I '
I I ivcOuK.. lepoitod for duty Tuesdayinioining '
'Iheiiiluie i'liim of11.; the Southern Cttltlo Pec ding' Company's the -tnki' of Ilikhop employ but : and of
01 > the
sT">.ooii tu ranch Sl'ven1iIl'; Clay' I they found the' shops. closed. ) I: !. I organization ; fj
I'll'''. :MII-S, I at in no doubt Goveinor Catts will not euro ,
'I niul for an indefinite\ period l order
fotintv, ci.t'apsed'! TUP-dav afternoon upon one, uhit, foi I the "Limited\ did not tll'I,1, .
those who direct itWiH '
of ;Mnnagei.' lUirke. This action :
about four o'clock. The ,silo : nl
At an impnitunt meeting: of the ex at was I II Iu stop) to pick) linn up at Oxford, on theuftelnoiin '
was brought about by tho employees, "
:
t''utiI'ommitt"l'" of the South Klor- completed' only a few weeks. ago: and of the :-'lid I inst., iiftei bo I
\\'eilneseluy v, > about a fourth full of ..illll.!'('. No; most of whom ate union men and 1 out hud adilresse-el( a clovvd ut u picnic. :
ida fan u-soeiution in Tumpu 1 not Government direction ! : .1
I of sympathy for the strikers eUe- i :
huit. The that I .
it was decided to hold the fair' one was company contriicted The Oi ala li.nutor, following a lesiime
'here disabled
refilled
they to repair a
the silo is for the t.tilll"I t.
dining the week of Febtunry lrt-21 l , "loss. responsible S. A. L. "engine: that was of the- I'\I'nll"'s" spe-e-eh, says.Someone ,: of the packing industry,
the asked if thegovernor'
week which big :
tho same during
brought in Monday: ,
show was staged.DcSoto i would, re-turn to tVala by auto. I lft> now contemplated by Congress, '
*
Thehalter for the new ;Mooic was told that he would Uike the' Sc>uLiourd .'''1'''': 'I' .
county lias vhovsn it Haven railway has been granted and Mi: '. Dawson has bet n M'ought ny Limitc'd und proceed inimeiliately Iii, : Ii take 1 over the 1 empty husk 1 I of :

irressi\c." by ol'l.'nnizinl.!' cane 1'1'0'1 work will stait at once/ on the line, the Triple Cities chamber/ of commerce to Tallahassee. "' physical t and equipment f
: property ,
: can" to vim fiom :Moore llnven to Kitta adit for the puipose of outlining "But tho Soaboard Limited does not :
Fihoy- me grow: ing sugar '
del iliri'i.tiiin of the county. ,ilomon-ti'u- :mo of Unit.;; miles Later on the lundsiupo suivey for the beautinca- stop at Oxford" said the inquirer. [: ; and :'uicriik-o: the initiative, experience : .

tot om me oath The !boys are planning road will be (extended to Kissimmeeon tion of the Triple Citil'1111.t\ <'ulailvthe1 "No:./ but I the governor has wired, ", J

tll> exhibit nine, ,.;.'nip and augur i he noith making one big belt tin,- piomotmn of tho river fiont piulcway foi ,it totop. The request i is m the r..,, and devotion of these .. "

at the tate fair in Jacksonville. around the western side of Lake Okechohc'e as sugested: lie will view the iiatino of a peiomptoiy oidei, and, it which i3 the life itself ofthe "''':II
1 It will to the \\orld natiiral\ ) beauties of tbp Triple' ; \ men
open up many will biiidlv' .bo dHii'gnrdi-d( he is till'IlO'IIIII' 1'I'I

Front all paits of the ntute comes I the best and most fertile alll'il'ultural'l', Cities, and will then submit an outline-, that doe things." ." industry ? '' .1 I

new-, of big building operations The ,, sit, in the t'liitcd States. i of improvements!! that would tend to 'I In' u'oviiiioi" huiiie-d to the. station ," !, II'',, "1'1 I' t.

Composite Liuk! Co., of IMant -- male Daytona) together with her "i.4-1 with a nunibi-i.' of fiic>iidi uciompunying '

has nnlers(( foi two million bricks CitY'j Some method of financing the conti'iinia i i I ter cities' across" the Halifax, the bun Ho took u cnmnmnding position ,,1.11I'j 'hat legislation, what political ,I :

nidi-is anb,.intr, leceived; from cxpiiMtion; in Jiick-Dnville. is beautiful in Florida. , at tin fiont of tinpbitfoim, but '\ I t ti

Tampa now I.akelandintn' Haven, l.ukeVnli now tho. prominent question before the'ciliins I tho I rum win/-/oil by i\tlll', ru':o ,..nc's! could replace such : 1 {:

I of that city. I If Jacksonvillesi' Vnothi i' big pho-ibiito land deal His fin' .nils. winiluinfoiiiidi'd--that '
\ and o'her c-itios, ; | ; liteuldbrums: once driven out ? , :\
mid 1 be the citv selected for thoplace .
< ,I wa- put through in Hurtnw last wookby "ne i Mhas lost its paiiily/ing povvor'Attornov \11t'' : lJtI
t'lelimmary steps have been taken I, of holding the centennial it is\ Hugh W. Wear and I I. N;. Pipkin I ( ;irneialiin Svve-ui'ingon: "I '

to mg.ini7o, a hundred thousand 1 dollar estimated that it will take $:r>,0i0.ooO( of ;\llIlh"I'I'Th" land sold is in seveial will bo a-keil to tansaek tho law t"ll' I ,' ,;

stock among the businessmen I and <;00 I, acies of land. They have sent tuut-" -some near Lakeland I an.I'' looks to list e-rtuin if tho ibaitoi' ofthe ,; ". '. t \0': .,Micl you a bwilt "UolUr," Ai; '. ,'

of company Gainesville for the purpose of I out a call for all the -tale to stand by some between H.utow: and! ;Mulbeiryns Soubourd Air Line Hallway cannot !.:II; t. v"ll: ;'nteri"st you. :'

constructing houses for icnt or sule. them in getting the (exposition. It is I well us some a few miles e-ast of !I"' annulled, :! AI''' ss'vif'
The demand for houses is now gi'eater claimed that taxation would be thofanpst H.iitow It ill ,said that ovoi two mil t..II'. Ifmrn; hr'>c.U Yarc's, <':hiYRO, 111. . "

than ever before in the lnstoiy of tho! and he"t way of laismg the lion doll.us was paid for this Ian.It\ MICKIE SAYS ill I,
funds.Embry. i f
city. is stated that one of the largest coneitns I ,

in the field will have charge of
I Curry, son of :Mr. and :Mrs.J. Swift & Company U.S.A.
:More than eight inches of rainfall development \ big pl'o"p'din'aml'/ .r'
was recorded, in IVnsucol.i!: Sunday. :\1. CIIMV: of near Center Hill was ha" been establishes! on the load near If' '1110. OO '( LvtsC" es aotutatooe I "I '

The exceedingly heavy ruin of Sunday diowned l Tuesday.. Several families the Pau way station and. piospeetingis QeN "" ' "4i,1I. >tc wfvo ,

however, appears to have been .strictly weie, camping near a lake in Lake going on every day. One plant will !\I.Ia... .........Ia. 'T\.41 ." ""..''t I ii
county and allowed their chddien to .. "'4110.. .,
local places' not a hundred miles be at that point, another about throe NO'1'.I"Cl"" QOtol\
rvnoncol.i as lepoited' no rainfall pluv in the edge of the water and they miles east of Baitow and probably 1>"" '4''''' '"tWO Q '1\.lQS.... "'4SQ.I" THIS SNOWS l
from I
duiing the day, while at :Mobile had waded around the lake about others Liter.Anthony I II 110.1'o ", ,,,s. L.\\C.," 'iONO WHAI IHCOMtS OF t
at all : hnlf-milo when Tmbiy who was ahead 1 : .oacavec.ci4 oo THE AVI RACE DOLLAR 1.
reported -' oua.
less than an inch of rain was others wellnto hole oVl'r' PI""lC'llf'f.1 BtCEIVtIJ BY
of the a
;\I'I Rue
,
a negro
his head and as thl'rl''a" no one in i I SWIFT & COMPANY
At :Mutual mine., near \Dunnellon, on was shot and killed by some unknown
the crowd that could! swim, drownedbefore .
pi rson in the eastern part of !Live
:MomUy' noon, Huck Henry a negro reach him
shot his wife, ;Mary Hrooks, with a '12Mnglp I help could Oak Sunday night. A !shotgun loaded

shot iifle. The wound failing with buckshot was used!, and while it

to prove fatal, the woman sailed! in I Contributions to n fund l t" eradicate i iI i i- said, that le-ports of four "hotKV"r"" \

with hatchet and dispatched the rats on East Houeh in the upper, I hoard, only one seemed' to have been ,

a mni'i"i. ; imidoioil n I Tvorgladi's: urn dc-lied by R. A. Conk effective, as but olovpn wounds wonon -

decision man \of i "justifiable/ homicide.\' I I ling, county demonstration agent, who hibodv. am! they in the hack After I'' ..
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has undertaken a (campaign to that the shunting :M'Uao I wont to the
I ond. On F.ast: IJi-iub ate .small li ( ? ':.11I111 '1 IONS: or si I'\R; IN: MOKA.l. 1l"1. Totinont ,
Fl'idlltill' steamer St many houseof Ilenrv McKmm-y, told him I t is tho Inn.t uf 111loi -
Johns At noon County of the South Atlantic- tracts not all of which arc cultivated. : someone had shot him and asked, Henry J J Jt' ( 10 III, ( ( INDLMM: : I EII"I.lun" | ."1'1'I "leidos und kills., Hit's. iiml 1II" '1ui-

Maritime Corporation, docked at the In some cases the! owners are absent ; to a"sist him in getting' homo. Tho ." while tbov. 111'i ilinos on tho WIIIK(. It
l A11 1 %. Th. .i ltllilt
ali
Commodore, term Innis. She is iinil cannot he communicated 1 with. wounded only covoiod n short distance, j I IT > nut 111)1110) I Iu urimii IMMIIKS undiin
port ,
<01 tint uttoimv" of :Norlhi/ 'rn Obmiiiii'iiiiiood
This thut farmers not only I when he he-came vvouk walk and t ,ill .
fir-1 steamer to begin: regulartrips recjuius too to not slum dllllllllV fin nit u ronn
the 'I'I ' ( that 1111".1 bud boon lilodunili
between Jacksonville and South look aftei nit oiaduation on rhoir own wos as-istI'd into the hri,'k chimh / ( llnltli, "f '1') "DM"""" ',,0111-, 'PIIlY,
tho I."V"I' Ait ful and
America. She will take on a euvirof '' land but on their neighbors' land. aswell. back of the fair grounds whero ho I p&l'h'l1.& i ..,,,1"11I111111011"i of :!'HI.DOII" si iiiumls mm nf .". '" \ '''" .Itw, ," l \.I""I'.I i ,, ,! "
(
lumber and rosin at once and will soon died. I ? : ,,01 l I l.v .Hi, i I U: Will. ii, u.. t '' 'J'"I'
.
,:' ItWlt: -.. "inn' lioliiiiirmc; to tin C II KIMII.
within the next few days.Ileeauso 'Ml'I'' 1,1 \ I ''I I
sail I "nimn' >', of It.illiinnio, unl I h.loI 'ntoiaio
1 Neil Tinner, tho man uci'used. of ;Mole than n million eggs, hundii'lof .

, : cement has declined sharply having stahbi-d Rodney Wilson at thousand* of. tins of canned goudiind pw I at I'unt,,"., Ohm

the lust few weeki! Mulberrv from which wounds l WiHnn about. :lOfloO(> pounds of sugar tig\
in price during Itl.VIVL! \11-:1-:1110/: : : ,
firm of cement workers in Suiasotais died later, was arrested near Baitow" mod in n seizureof. foodstuffs. ui I
! a brick at $1B Sunday! by Sheriff I.ognn. Turner did Tampa Wedni'sday by department I I --
enabled to sell cement I ,
.. I: \' I: arl".d, ,. II I I
.tlltl'I.nor
also makes not make. any resistance(', it IH of justice agents operating under foiloral :, 1
.
u thousand.! The company other cemt-nt articles. any I statement about the alfair. .ili-tm attorney I II.! S Phillip" : I:. '1'. "' ",.-, ."II I" 'I"I, d I WhySuffer
building blocks and I ..,,,, f II.) : !' II \
Public regarding tho "I'.d I (;" '"' "w a' ""II" "
feeling occurrence Six wholesale conccrnx worewitb ..
is at such a high pitch that Turner papers libeling: hugo: stock- ..f i 5.1 -; , d :,. ''IIIIl. '" ., 1''" 11,1", I.. ?
I."d'. "..0111I11. ,, I , , I ,, ,.. d''
taken automobile thosherilf that th' ,
was in an by goods the charge being ---
The two Urge engines'' belonging to I .. '" II'. I h. I' ."If "OI' .
the Pim la! i I" "
hr-ld, fur
the Alabama-Florida Lumber CI)., ran and placed in < .i.'iil goods so libeled are being 1111 CALOMEL SALIVATES \',,' 111111 .11.... "III' rII' Mrs. J. A. Cox, of Al-
at Clear water. advance 'ices. In each mstun<'"
in
together at 8 o'clock :Monday night i pi AND MAKES YOU SICK \IW'I! :' ..Ifill! dcrson W Vl., writes:
the libel filed states that the food n
in the C'hapion Cut, four miles\ from PaStALCO I "M y l.iui'lilrr . suffered
:o.oma.Iather. : Coats was instantly I Plans of tho war department contemplate 'II' illegally held' from the maiket foi thi' terribly/ She could

killed being caught between the engine a thirty-foot cnannel from purpose of unreasonably increasing Calomel is Quicksilver and Acts not turn in beet the;
>, the first of the price of the 11'1)<,,1... :Mr. Phillip- 00
Walsh Jin'ksonville. to the sen y
and tank, while \\ \V Like On doctors K.IVC: her up, and
the Y"'Lr.Iajul'; Gen W M. ta'k!! : I says other cases will be brought to Dynamite
caught alike
on the other train, was in we brought;; her home latile.

manner anrl! only lived'! thirty min has written a letter to CongroismanW light ---. -- Your Liver. She !bd suffered so

utes. J. Sears, giving detailed irforrnati'.r If has doubt about much at . time Having
of the condition ,if the channel any man any
tieal..o there being oil in Florida all he hut Calomel lose you a day! You know heard of Carclui, we
has been thoroughly nd the work which i is projectc;
Clay county thut aroundChipley ,. hat calomel i*. It's mercury; quickfiver. It lor her."
to do is to visit territory got
that th! district engineer
the action of Governor states
worked up by Calomel In dangerous. It
:Mananna One of the TINS ONtYAT
L. E. Wade of Orunge making II study of a training dike! and I
Catts in naming M I crashes into sour bile like dynamite, COOCERS
the most convincing sights is to go toChipley youn
Park, to hear evidence regarding .l. just! inside the jetties to prevent .being cramping and sickening, )'ou. Calomel
: the
and see! preparations!!
ceitam charges of inefficiency am! shoaling at that point I American Oil i attacks the bones and ahoulcl never be
the Pan
made by I
made!
of duty CARDUI
non-performance J. Weeks and Striking ruilway shopmen, approximately Co., where drilling! has started. Thederrick I put into your system.
Elam
against Sheriff When you feel bilious, aluggiah, constipated
since is ll.'i: feet high, drilling u
/ who have been out !!
:Mr.Wade 2ftOO,
O W. Center
County Judge and all knocked out and beln CO-----
candidate for August 1. returned to work in the hole 22 inches; the driller stated ho ..
has been a need doge of dangerous
twice ve
and both times defeated Jacksonville shops Friday morning was prepared to go down fi.OOO f..t.but calomel you remember a that drugId .. '- ............" .
county judge juat your -
The Woman's Tonic
he thought he would l get oil at
out for increase
I The went a wage
men .
-- - ---- --
by Judge: Geiger. hoing t cell* for 50\ cents a large bottle
to a.:; cents an hour instead of H5cents / ..lOO feet Numerous! houses are 1.of Dodson'u. Liver Toni, which is entiiely DKOCI'l.ll: liEII| ONIlll.: I'LOOKI'rivule

Baker county, one of thi. .smallest\ : which they are now getting. built around the derrick. wati vegetable and pleaaant to take "In n f jw days, she beEin -

and perhaps the poorest Tit point of The shopmen voted Wednesday to return I tanks have been put up. pipes lanl/ tthe <> a' d ii a perfect substitute for calomel.It llumo 'I 11lI' ..;....111' ..\\h..Il'-- to Improve. Mrs.
following! President! Wil houses and an electric lighting .. Cox: ] continue "auit liaJ!
wealth and population of any county to work I Is guaranteed to start your liver .''Ilt.IIIull1t'r: I I.II't \\,1.. s,
son's request that they do so, thepresident plant installed A fine highway hnsin no trouble' II'' . CarJul
In the state has voted hond in the I w hout stirring you up inside, and cured her und sin '
long distance to < nnmet we
stated that their demands on graded a ,
$227.,000 with which to build having not nalivateDon't Th. bfimtiful huini* nf 'iri' ,1't Ir CVI'rywlleroP
sum of be considered by the the new town with Chjploj', It can ,. ., iH praises
.
would not fu
iti/i thi'
The bonds I'r.t < riM was i We receive thousands !
26 miles! of brick highway I m :ly
long as i is said on good auth irity that a i'IIn take calomel! It mak>*i you
have been sold() and the main road will railroad administration as wh'li'iiilo sluu litrr oni' ni bt I I.i eat and west, across the county, they were on strike. tract has already been signed for thi- i work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens uo<.k. Shortly!! after duxk tho h,."IHvvm everY'ye.v, telling of IMpooef

run of the worst places in laying of a pipe line to the (coast! The : you right up and you feel great, invaded by a swarm fIr v "I'Il'r i ,IH Core.1: i h.-n! done for
eliminating one Florida will be the greatest cattle company controls over 50,000 arresaround i Give it to the children t> >cau8e it ,. .vhi h women w," ) suffer from
Pemacola-Jacksonville road maluriu-carryinir m the state in the entire country the place of drilling I it perfectly harmless and does notgripe. com,,: mts so common to
breeding llilchud '
would have made >(lrep linfio-'
their six. It should daFlUlI.Y. (
(10 4% )
About 400 head of cattle eleven it.. the prophecy of Lytle Hull vice not preparation been mu"li fur you I: ')d, too, Trr
the One of the most tragic drowning in
of
carloads owned by John1.: Bryn president and general manager juxt Huch! a happening. A ban'at;, 'ft (;6Ir<.lul. )!-77I
Ranch Inc. Punta Gorda. recent Itillsboro county history incurred CoIJi Cau Cattle ,
South I ,
shot into the of 'h
Torment PUI
shipped from Pineda to Dania inBrovvard was air
were This organisation is the owner late Monday afternoon, when William LAXATIVE BBOMO ejmiNC Tabkw r.,mo.fila i
Beforo with small and) the
Wednesday. a
county I II Morgan and his two little "Bromo . room pray
of ranch now beinjf stocked about c>4... Thrre" ooly on* Qulnloc
hipped the cattle were dipped twice a mile north of lake Okee- .daughters!, aged! fifteen and thirteen, E W. CKO'.C'b ...11..:.... v\l W4M.; moHquitoe at once Hurrendered u- if
and then inspected by Dr. Taggare. of I I tuenty-ftve I










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., 'i Bradford -Wave- been working with our i I I II when he awakens in the morning- and- gotten. And it must be a source of vested! his sister, :Miss Daisy Belle! n...; i

County Telegraph tongues hanging' out to get plenty of remain there until he falls asleep at pride to the teacher to know that he l I Now.; let me show you our stock. Saturday:! afternoon.

II.I - .:: '. hips' to rapture the world trade. WoJinvc night He must have a clear head I is whipping into .shape our future pro Just! (rot in some cheaper Stoves. Thin ;Mrs. Myrtle: :McKinney, Mi-- ,'d
=: now plenty of ships hut how and an even under adverse fessional men, business men, row of Stoves runs from $30 to $18.50. Sparkman and Miss Mubel :McKi,,
temper
PnbliHl. d vtrckly! and.1 t-nlercd 88 seer
.. bout" the1. world trade? Before we :i I working conditions. have an inex- men, us well as the mothers Btatl's'l This row runs from $90 to $50; one i of Louise were visitors here Sat ,MI i ,
end clu.i, rriMer at the post-office ntSlurkc. .11'' l U. iiiv of it we must be sure that haustive patience, and bo so loyal to next (generation. Also that the surely can be suited out of this fine' ;Mrs. Eva Harry left W'dn1I1I .
Florida. their coal the I It er's behavior is. watched I and emulated' Bellamy where she will teach
c. t the miners dig building his. work as to disregard l the hundred'of line. a rr
t trades erect the factory buildings, the '' petty annoyances which beset his which circumstance is in itself of Have you got any of that stuff to class

.t li E.: S. VTTIIKWS.: Jodilor: and Ownrr. factory) hands produce the roods, that path. lIe must have decision and great value, as it is an incentive for kill Skeeters and, Roaches ? Mesys. J. II. Surrency, L. G. Ii ,

.+ I J. C. KOIUNSON:' :' Associate Editor.I i trainmen transport them to the good judgment and in most instancesin the acquirement of good habits and Oh you mean Fenole"e are out Willie and Murphy; Price attend I I

I -hips, that the stevedores l loud( them ,,I the rural schools he must "tread deportment. The teacher's profession of 1-Vnole today but have placed a unveiling\' Crosby cemetery 8u> "

and! that the seamen carry them to ,I the wine press alone," having no one is a noble one; let us do it honor. lance order for all sizes. It will be in afternoon.

1 AUG UST i9I9IR foreign lands. But if 4trilet: > and jto i i confer with when in built what to - --.- the last of this week It sure is a School opened! up here Monday: o ;h,

.919 i sympathetic strikes continue to interfere do. His education, must be more than I dead shot for all insects. 1(011I1lttenda",'", under the mar': -. .

II MOK _il life" "I.J..aAa. J with production and transportation I I, .sufficient for the work in hand, and I FARMER BROWN Need any Pitcher Pumps ? Will fluent of Misses: Edwards, Knit ..

-- we may as well give up the his or her rectitude and deportmentmust I sell this fine Pump for $2.75. We also -i and :Mr. J, I. Ogden

.2 r 2 game. Germany also has an eye on I be of such high order that they Is. this Hewitt June tore? have plenty of 1 1-4 inch Galvanized : (i ibsonKey nold*

the world trade and looks with gleeon can serve as patterns for the scholars Pump PipingSaf..ty A very quiet marriage took p''., ..
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;/+ 3456789 every labor trouble that happensin I HH well) as the community. Yes, sir; anything I can 110 for :you Razors ? Oh, yes, we have at the home of the bridu'a pars .
'
, this country. Herman propaganda today two kinds:' Durham-Duplex and Ever ;Mr. and ;Mrs.' Jus.. Reynolds, Satin! .
For his exacting/ and trying work Wul Farmer Brown told ,
me
IK still a live proposition here and it yes. afternoon' 5 o'clock when
Reedy Also Blades for the iJurham- th. "
101112.13L14151bi the teacher of a country school receives to come to DeDitt Jones Store and I
t 'will oil on the lames wheneverit dnulhll'r.IiKs! Daisy Belle
pour I Duplex Ever Ready, Gillette and En- Reym"was
I can be done, if not actually starting 'I smaller pay than a negro locomotive could get\ what I wanted in the Hardware ders. We have a fine old style hollow united in marriage to ;Mr. (tale; .
l' 171&19,20: +21-t22123 fireman. And before he can line. Now my old woman is:'
..t'ikl'Vhoever, interferes with thebusiness
i Ground Razor for $3.50.: Gibson ,of Jasper... The cerc-mon. ,> "
be appointed to his position he must I bound I shall get some of that ScreenWire
: progress in this country I guess" I'll take one of the old Mt'le.Aill't performed by Rev. :Mullady, of linn .
? 21"2.29t30 I I .study, study, study, come up to all therequirements I to put on our winders. Say Inever
i 25.26 works and in favor of Ceranay.
against us i! examiningcommittee I much on the new fancied thinu ton and was only witnessed b.a freiatnes \
exacting
i ] an saw the skeeters so bad as they
I IWl'J'e No, I'll buy Stove and friend, They leftmediately
guess not a today.I
ii think bindhimself
-- - - -- -- ----- I ___ can up and last night. We could hardly setout ,
-- for :I'd '
I will bring the old woman ov'runtl ucanopy and '
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/ to ninny things in reason or on the piazza in the evening'c
i A woman'-," hair never worries her Henry Ford is. the winner in a mil- without son-juRt as if he were have some of that Fenole and, a squirt i lot her pick one to suit herself points south after which the;. ..
t the left lion dollar law suit against the Chicago She make their home in Jasper.
untilh land a diamond on to ought to t find something' in this
; appointed general hip
a mllllllll'r gun and we could drive I them out of i I
4 hand ; I then it is forever out of place Tribune The Tribune. had called I I with a $10.000 salary attached.\ lie the bed rooms, but just ns soon as we big assortment... j i They have many friends herr

- - --- -- --- I him "anarchist" and, sundry, other is !left to find board anlludlinghl're raised the windows the pesky things )j. Well bring/ your wife_in next. time I. wish them' much, happiness.CLASSIFIED.,

"]lave eyes on tomato products, unsavory names, mostly on accountof he can, sometimes. miles! away fl'om' would swarm in thick as bees. So we you come to town. :Make this .store. I :

warns a letter from, the department his repugnance to the war. It Is his school, and'I must tramp through have got to get some screen wire and I your headquarters when in town. : '

of agriculture. Better grow potatoes I said the suit was. instituted. J for /ldv"I'-1 I mud and water in a rainy time. )O\- put on all the windows.. Bring your things in and leave them .

r they have their own eyes. tising purposes, and it war, cry mother of hookwormy children Yes sir, they are sure bll.One\ I here till you go home. Come in anytime
..- -- for ;Mr. Ford believes In advertisingand I I ; have a Sl'lItInti rest.
blames him for the latter's slow
progress can't sleep with the house full of the ADVERTISING
; Everglades farmers. are anxious to I printer's ink has assisted.. in making .. and if he resorts to corporal pests. How much will you want. I I Well, so long. Come A again
multi-millionaire. He
find u remedy against the pest' of rats him a employs punishment of boys who should. l he in see you have the measurements. Let'ssee --- ---- -- I II ONE TEN A WORD FOR EACH ISSUE.

thut damages their crops. Why not has many thousand raised. their workmen from and the. reform school he must be prepared it. Yes, 30 inches wire 36 inches I GRAHAM: : I Adorrtintmrnu CASH InnrUd IN ADVANCB under this h..d

l apply to Governor Cults ? voluntarily pay for a fight with their fathers And high and <> windows. You will need mufti b. paid In advance. No sdvertUemcnlfor
0 time to time, has furnished them' good l Graham 22. Messrs.: W. Insertion for
so' on. Aug. R. on. accepted lorn than 21
two Screen Doors also. We have some
.. dwellings/ and he supports good free Surrency and son, J. II., und ArthurBarry
That IrI..lintl\ women, who :
young good runningfor
Sweet Jugo-Slavia, ones, $2.70 $2.80,
schools for those of his FOR SALE-Two bulldog '
employeeswho J. Bevill and
R. daughter pups
able till able'to ,
to such I
Cxecho-Slovakta are positions are $2.90 and $3.00. I !lee, you will want
I will attend. At our entrance Into fill others carrying less and, Mrs.; Eva Barry were in Starke Mon males, 4 months old, catch now. $30.
2-8 68.
: 1 of Nations and beer worry ,
s I League the war he, notwithstanding his repugnance day on business J. G. Boyd, Starke. It.
f .4 All! have to step aside for more pay, is as self evident as the' Now we will cut off the wire all in _
to war, handed over his immense Jim Lane left Monday for his homein -
fact that they prefer such positionsto
one piece and can take a pairof
you
; That profiteer.
doggoned FOR SALE-Thr. brood! sows with
factories for the government'suse. Largo after fewdays visit herewith
tell'hinj.IIen..e\ the present scarcity shears and cut it to fit win a ,
lie has his own notions about of teachers. But we must have dows. your his brother, A. Lane. I pigs 2 to :5 weeks old; also. 12 shotes

.r, '. t The most "striking"/ developments many things yet is as good an American teachers Alvin ;McKinney, of Louise, was Kingsley lake road.! G. C. Cady.
and the only to pet them Now
way I want to show our
from the actual and near railway I as can be found. While the damages is to make you genuine here Monday on business.. 8-15-tf. S
teaching more remunerative I
Asphalt Roofing Pllpt'r-the
strikes is the microscopical. amount of ( awarded him was six cents only attractive. Give very Willard Smith !t.ftIonday: for Bellamy ! _
and commensurate best made for
I not only roofing but to
r sympathy the receive from in FOUND-Coin sack containing frac-
men press -ns was Roosevelt's his suit in the first place then make make bins where he has accepted a posi-
pay ; tight for corn and other
und the people. We Americans sympathize against the Michigan editor who had I tional silver, or smal ]Ichangc. Finder -
j the examinations more practical considering /grain so you can use carbon sulphide tion.D.
with underpaid and downtrodden called him a drunkard-this was entirely character and the ability to to kill the weevils. You take this L. Prevatt made a business tripto may have tame by proving\' ownership
workers, but have no use for satisfactory to ;Mr. Ford, us all Stal'keV'dnesday.. and paying for this adver
I J those who command to stand and impart knowledge rather than book Roofing Paper and line your corn bin tisement.. See J. W Alvarez
UK he wanted was vindication. Incidentally attainments let them see that they sides and have ;Mr. and :Mrs. H. F. Price are visiting aipostotTice
; and
on top good tight
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deliver. We consider them as belonging it may be remarked, that the low backed their relatives and friends in Jacksonville I Starke. It
are by .uperior.-that door. Fill with
corn or grain
I with Pan any you __ __
to the class
/ / same damages awarded in the cases mentioned this week.J. .
they have rights! that must be respected have then of
place an can carbon I
the Villa and 1 Belu Kunrt open FOR S.\LE-\Iy: farm consisting of
show that the press has a rightto R. Reynolds made a business tripto
I and let the bring
patrons complaints bi sulphide l on top of the grain.Now .
criticize I I 200 acres land! with 80 cleared
when it believes it is justified New River Tuesday. acres
if they have any, to his superiors shut the door and the fun begins.
Senator Russell has Mold his inter- in doing so. instead of annoying the teach- | It will kill all the live weevils in a few Chesley! )Fogg. was in Gainesville onbusiness : ;, 7. acres_.I in, pecans, with abstractnm >
J
sat in the Palutkii News and will t i -, go"" "oc atton for Luunirystore. :
//Co cr. Give him the right to expel unruly hours. Repeat the dose in a few days Tuesday.
I into other after having I Lacy Reynolds of New:': River S. M.: Driggers/ Lake Butler -
II business THE: SOUl! EnS ALL ItlGHTWhat's : scholars. Furnish him conveyance tarsi) you then will have done a good was
T 1 made the News one of the best paper in town Tuesday. Fla. 8-22--t:!
1 to and from school when he does job and have corn that will keep the
in Florida His mantle has fallen on the matter with our returning not live nearby.A year around; besides having your crib Odell Abernathy made a trip to
worthy shoulders, for his successor' soldiers, that they should be teacher has more trials than had ready for next year. Starke :Monday. A GREAT: REMEDYThe !

as editor, nnd part owner of the New tresuted as dependents. or imbecileswho Job of old 1; but on the other hand a career Yes, .sir, :Mr. Brown was talking to :Mr. linker of Jacksonville. was
merits of Chamberlain's
is' Good M. Cuf: >rry. As editor of the here Monday and Tuesday guest of ,, Colic
need, guardians"What shall we as a teacher for a few years, at me about it and I've made up my
Tampa Tribune :Mr. Guerry: gained a ;Mr. and ;Mrs. II. F" Price. and Diarrhoea Remedy are well .
/ least is valuable
I do with our returning soldiers ? is a no to any young( mind to try it this year. Brown is I known and hut there I
appreciated ia
t national reputation 01 a writer and a question that keeps many wellmeaning man or woman that it is well worth talking of making a new corn crib of Bill Gurney, Mounteochn: was r
. he will the News in town occasionally! a man who had no acquaintance
fighter and lead to Wednesday
silly fogies awake at nights. the attendant sacrifices, if the remuneration Galvanized Iron but I can't do that
still higher achievements. Tim Tel :Messr R. W. Currency and Arthur with them nnd should read
"Give: them farms"is the answer of is reasonably adequate.We this year, so will fix: up the old crib.
1 cgrnph/ wishes success to both the know of where BIII'I'yu'e \ill Brooke Wednesday on the following) by F. II. Dear, a hotelman
those who wish to get rid of worthless no calling self-re He thinks it will take about 3 rolls of
I J new and the retiring c-ditor. swamp. and, desert lands, or have other liance, endurance, .co-ordination self- paper and I'll take it along today. business. at Dupuyer, Mont.: "Four years
I1"0 1 Chamberlain's Colic and
----- -- --- -- I' Riley Wasdin was a business vl-- ago <
control .
axes" to grind. patience and tact can be so All right, sir we will have the carbon -
I Before our young men )became thoroughly acquired ns in teachingthe ( di .sulphide in stock in a few days. itor. to Hampton Thursday.Mrs. Diarrhoea Remeny. witn such wonder
Gaines-ille( .soldiers they worked and they are rural schools.! Besides the knowledge 1- You are on the right track and we are ,I ; Annie Choden !left Thursday, ful results that I have since recmr

1.lIppr. to be named the Gainesville: willing to work now. The severe I already IIc'luir..tIIInrl'\ ami, more I glad l to see' the' farmers making an effort f r her' home at (;ten St. :Mays, after mended, it to mv friend1E ; ,( -."

Daily News.., also a weekly the Ala (II training and experience they have is ever accumulating, and it i is nailed to Kill the Weevil, as well as to a w<'i>k'. visit with her sister, ;Mrs.

q I churl County News.. The papers will j hud, make them more valuable in any down and clinched never to be for I I Kill, the 'fit-ks--it is money well in- Riley Wasilin.Miss .
1 ho published by the McCreary Pub calling they enter than other young I : ;Mabel Reddish of Starke, is
Ilshing Company. ; Elmer ;McCreury men who have not received thi I I a guest of ;Miss Daisy Reynolds. this E E. Fralick w&Furniture

to be the manager, assisted' )by;Mr. schooling. Employment: may not offer week.ML's.
Henry A. Stalls: anti ;Mrs. A. ;M.: Edwards os fast as the men return but : Sam Pens and, son, ;Mally were

all experienced in Jlpwspape thin is only a temporary evil. Let Mod. rn Girl Finds Joy I business visitors here Friday.
{, 11 I work. We wish the new enterprisessuccess. :Mrs. Klaiulo :Maines of Louise at- CoIn
4 the soldiers. choose the lines they 11-
; tended the W. C. meeting here Friday
IIA'In and do not try to force them' hi Work And Saving evening.
into occupations they do not like. If
Messrs. Lee Byrd and George Crosby -
I?. the, public considers.. that its debt to /
The seizure' last Wednesday' by have returned from South Florida,
f y S. Attorney Phillips, of immense the soldiers is not paid then pay it I where: they have been visiting for the ( Starko Hardware Building)

stocks of goods held by six Tampa with money to enable' them, to tide past two weeks. Schell' Byrd, of Tampa
BRUNSWICK
wholesale dealers in groceries, opened themselves, over a period. of unemployment accompanied them home.

I the ball and I the good work of \libelIng or give them a start in 1* II. C. Currency, of plant City spent

s t' profiteering stocks will go merrily life. They are men and need no the week-end l here with his granddaughter TALKING

on. While these'. seizures were so insignificant guardians/ I ;MrJ.. H. Surrency.
as to deserve no mention I -------- a a
I Mr. and ;Mrs. Roy I Roberts. of the
except for the fact that they were. tin in: OPTIMISTIC! Wateroak section, spent the weekendhere MACHINESt

1 first made in "Florida' yet more thai I with11'.11111; ;Mrs.' C. B. Roberts.Mr. .

a million eggs. and :MOO.OOO pounds. of Our crops this season will be below ; and :'Ill'". Willie l Reynolds, of Pathe and Gennett

sugar not to mention great! quantities : the average, I the cost of 1 living and Waldo attended t tl h.< wedding of his

of Hour and l canned I goods, wer. everything else is high and what the p .sister. ;Miss. Daisy. Belle Reynolds.Saturday Records
; unearthed and 1 they had apparently near future holds in store for us "'1111-1 j afternoon.Miss .

r.. been held for. higher" prices.. When n not be "onJI'.tllr"I-I.ntl C' enough for I I ; .. Ruth Smith, who. has been' vi
few little Tampa profiteers could I,I dono the easily.. dixeonrged to worry IIhnlll,1 j', i, a+. **v& *.' vstif> -rs*' < .- er 2 j r'***; > r / 4'T' ; SI ; it big her grandparents" at Palatka furthe ,>- 1 he Brunswick

much hoarding what may we not Yet t the world is not coming etwwc' oelii.*, past two weeks, has returned. to.. .. .
t expect from the big fellows ? end,' ; we will continue to live and( we . ",. "'"7' '" V.r"'H: : I her hom plays all makes of
,
IJ .--- --.- - will worry through the dark and, dismal I / .,.. )\,, '}1 tA" . ...., ... f\-: ,) : I :Mr. and ;Mrs C. A. flirt and children

I The strike of actors! and actresses' days somehow. ,,"t' have been in I '( .. ': : .e.. h-tf! J J3t '" of Hampton spent the week-end Records perfectly
in New York is. probably, a serious similar circumstances l I..fo/--noth : j.'w "?--. - .Mtl "4 here with their PIII'l'lItM.1: r. and ;Mrs.
thing to the strikers. but the public ng but black clouds. all around; then I I L ..4 '*-. "-0; .. tt\Pc' 9-1',..\ . ;.\iw.l'l; I A. Lane.
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1 takes it us a good juke There may be the sun came out as serene and "smiling ".. ......" '!&'fI r-.f .
t many high kickers among the strik- as ever. "' \ .....' ua:: j visitors to Starke Saturday.

cttes. but there is no "kick" to the There are' times' when it is not good I Ito j: 31 ; Chesley. Fogg and 0. W. Dyal were demonstrate this
u .,i strike Pasteboard' clubs. wooden light lire with Ii 1''''. Let us forlt'.ti, \ .. ," < ..'". | in Gainesville Tuesday.
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swords and blank cartridges\ -weapons t hat the times are anything but nor ,, 'C. ,,", :dtwsoaer! i ;Mr. and1; rs. Lacy Reynolds of Machine

used on the stage inspire no I mal. Let our business, men reduce, \ ",J4:$ (h,. $f i I New River attended the wedding of
more fear than the stage thunder that prices as far as possible. and let ti* -'Jt. ._ :. __ .. -".0.1';;, I
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't emanates. from a plate of sheet iron. buy' all we need-and no more Let : .. I I
1 Be the countenance of the "1H'lIvy'il is. be economical and eschew, all lux- )t : ,..,.. !2t' I
lain" urll''t\ make needed ri:7..t": ; : r! r 'tf- ".';\0" H!"" A STANDAPD UNIVERSITY<
ever so grim, it is not us terrible us improvements 1ntt1 ( !ii .
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at the flat phiz of n striking wop and thus. put mane into circn- I p.y, eM ';v I UNIVERSITY COURSES in Liberal Art and Science Law;

4 who has his pockets. full of brickbats.. lilt ion. Let us. pay our debts.. Tumor i ' 'iij; : f nr3! Agriculture! Electrical; Education Mechanical.Premedical : Engineering.Chemi.! .
al. Civil
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And the tears of the women made ow's. harvest wil depend on today's I t"i': ':'3' t'i.. : I. ,' : Cou..... and Graduate Studies. ;

out of glycerine! create no .sympathy. owing; we can easily make matters 1'f. '< Iif : r. 11.. j University; extension.ATTENDANCE .
The The"plnns are known us impecunious worse by killing business.We < \ 1. sY6u OFFLORIDA : From 51 Fla. co'ntie.and

folk and will soon he forcedto shouM,l be proud of the fact that s 1-j j tr 21 atnlet, IP26 tudenU, including army
go:: back to work---or play. \an this. country it is the people, wh S Y }; 4, err .- j+ ..ft. and summer schools.

----.- ---.- .--- remedy! t'ulti-wp, have not tiwait .... \:9 ,:.. ;. R I Rated by the War Department COLLEGES"in one of the
Among other advantages' to the for reforms till it pleases' certairurcnurrats ,' .l. <>T. . .." ,_ '. -1 twelve "DISTINGUISHED
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!public of private ownership! of the to bring them about. Ev ...)C.>I'. : t'tva,, ...'.... +"s. s....*:t i. the United LOW.States.EXPENSES Next session. begins S"p1.IURPREE .

r rnilrond.i\ may he mentioned the benefits pry man Is u factor for betterment ...\f":. -'';.'., ".. "A!<.">.' A. A tember 22nd. Write for catalog and book of ,
they often confer on sparsely Even; now powerful force are work ,"W:" I'': 13r.i: I' ,"'--... :. --, 1SQ' l.L. O.. President views. GAINESVILLE, FLA.

,nettled portions along their lines such ng for n change in affairs. Let us lu ,.IM'. ,"," ': ;\ ic __ t
: -
r n.. reclaiming' deserts and swamps. hopeful. .'G'fi' taw. N -'"'I is .

t I t bringing settlers! and industries, introducing I' .\.
new crops, etc. Our own SCARCITY OP TK: \OIF.RSIt
state has profited much in this re- II I
epert notably the Kast: { which looks though in the future , Eleanor Ulnford I .
Toast as near Hidl', i i "trick litir-'e11' : ioi-u than an Indoor sport to II SEED
owes a great deal of its development the only way to procure n .suit ,pretiv, I 11' yi'.iri :U1 Aunts art' ifor her "horse" In a regular war-horse and
to the East Coast railway\ In timesof iciency of teachers l for our school- ]I pins lu inaiiv 'Minutes! u day wuli all faithful lervice as the old-time back 'II NEW FALL CATALOGUE
scarcity the mad has* furnished will be thru compulsory draft. Thn' horses.

both seeds and fertilizer free Just I... if their salaries' are not increase. I I-"'.>,i'>or Is u regular girl! of the present-duy type :She hat put aside ,i I Ready fcr klriiution.! Mail post card asking for

i now several of our railways are work- I If 1 Home of the restrictions they nr I white i ice I ir'r for the extensive cultivation of subjected, to are not removed an donned nveral! ;and Scout aho<>s. She sweep and diutf: mines neighbor I,
MiRnr, cane and the erection of central if the schoolpatrons do not show mete buttes : poHsh-x silver and dime all sorts of odd Jobs. price, took anti ...rv'ce.SF.5 .

i par factories. Each railroad keep appreciation for the educators o I All nf those things and many: other ihe started doing when t'ncle Sam :;; i AEE;: :: FLOWER SEED OFFER.
t, ,.s industrial agent, who works for their children. The teacher can-b wan appealing to every American to "help win the war." :o.Othat the

!t' upbuilding of the country Along an immense! responsibility\ and th'' I I war won, KUnnor keep Just ai busy oa she ever did became she has KJl.COHE SEED COMPANYPlant

.ts lines: IT the rond were owned by fact seems to be generally overlooked I found Joy In thrift and !I. putting the money he earns by br Industry In Floridat
li 'e irovernment there> would be no irtntivi These. responsibilities never end: the I War Saving Stamps. She baa 1123.00: already Invested .and Is Increasing it City,

t ; for such improvement" / come into his. thoughts first of alljjj wets. month. ----- .- -. -







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FRIDAY .U'( l'ST 22. 1919. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.XPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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(' (r I ed, to meet at Evergreen cemetery on r

large or :J : I Wednesday, August. :7th! for the purpose !
,'1. T. 11. :::: ; ': of cleaning up and beautifying Build a Bank Balance

t Bits of Local 1 the grounds. I
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Special ; - -- I

O\lords : G. F. fade, of Miami, spent the I

I I iinformation\ week-end with his sister :Mrs. J. C. A checking account with the Bank of Stark turn

Messis.: ( I'oppdl.11': Caile in a concrete con- all your cash receipts-checks, drafts, money orders

dun and C. tractor in MinmiM:\ He was on his wayto ,
bank balance.
:-_ / Omr T*..:.. 71.11.0.11 ..4i were !! Panama City to be married, mak and money itself-into your

.4,1115J PNI/I-.. 1.0 W "._00- .iJ T. nesday. big the trip in hm Buick Six. Your bank balance is the amount of money to your ,

i credit at the Bank, to be drawn as needed or transferred I
rw, \. r.j I :Mrs. A. W. 11. Philips, of Tallahassee, spent
ternoon for a few days in Starkc with his mother.He to others by your personal check.
Master Leo Witkovski of Jackson tic. It kills the poison caused from infected ,
EVillc, Is; visiting in Starkc cuts, cures old sores, tetter, where she brought hit family with him onthey When you write a check on the Bank of Starke t t
friends for will be Itlll'stof Mrs. Philips:
etc. Adv. mer. for some time Mr. Philips is. now you make the exact change, transfer the amount to
J, W. Batten of Theressuas I
in
[town I II I superintendent of the light, water and the right person and have for future reference a w

Tuesday L. E. Howling, of Hastings, was a :Miss ( i ii :gas! plant of the lull City, and is well complete reliable record of the tranaaction..Your' '
week-end guest at the home of his i Wednesday. I satisfied, with his "
N. P. Wainwright spent the wcek- daughter, Mrs.V.. E. :Middleton minter (,/ position.-- check is a voucher which your creditor mud receipt t
[end l with his family at Pablo Beach. I I ; :
i/ Kingsley] : ; We are proud of t confidence] doctors before he can collect the money.

M. 1'. :Muthen, of brooker was. a Long druggists and! the public have in ,
C'f.: Phillips, of Sampson City, Build bank balance with cash receipts enjoy the
a ;
fdiil business Starke visitor in Starke last week at the : PtH! Chill and Fever Tonic. Adv
,- in Tuesday I home of :Mr. and :Mrs J. R. Davis. I ttftl( has ; I .- the privileges of paying with checks.

C'cil. and Mrs.. J. H rutch I other Chill Mrs. (ii-u. A. ( nl'din'r.lis11: :Ma s
are in I No
We especially invite checking accounts
Now is the linn but oc-
l) relatives. to hay (! inj market ; bel Carter and Gladys" Gardiner: andMessrs
aytona visiting : hams for the Children's School in medicir.L1. : Willie, Stringfi-llow and Joe r count is too large for our facilities and none toosmail l ,'

| Rest:: grade lilcachiru. 1 yirdwile. I Dresses: (iinuhams. :J5; cents a ------ Trilby mot mod to Hastings anti St. to have our cordial appreciation arid best attention .;.
yard at Stump :\Ii..sIn. : ., 1
!Dugtist ic to witness the gall games '
-:> cents a jard. :Stump's.Cairoll ; I {
Sarah : l between Starke and! the cities named r If your checking account is kept with us a full statement
I :Mrs. Sinclair Peek and! baby havebeen tinned( to .. .)
Thursday
: Sweat of Jacksonville spent spending several Jays of thisweek noon, after ; the gamebring scheduled for accompanied by your paid checks, will be mail !

ftheveekcnd in Starkc with relatives.Mrs. at Kingsley, lake. with :Mr : : unit Friday.Wednesday! ed to you on the first day of each and every month. tl:
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: . '. is I afternoon a furious rain |
Drover ( Sweat
visitingrelatives James Darby, of Jacksonville, was :'011'". C. Jo: I Stiuko and vicinity
this week storm 1'11.1'r \
at Brooklyn the week-end! guest of his lIil'lt.rIrs.: have rt' it1.
l h hml. Though'we
It was lu-compnnied > I'
-- -
II. C. Richard. several I :
OF STARKE
hoard of damagebeing BANK
Sweet Rose self rising flour at with hllso far no I
Kkkliter's. done it is probable that the
ItI :Mr. and Mrs J. E. Wilson and! Mr.
which I
I straw bet'ry plants, of n great .
: and :Mrs N. Sternberg spent Sunday Mrs. Jo-:. J. have already been, set, suffered The Growing Bank
Painters have been at work on the many
ut Pablo Beach. charming : : I
t residence of J. M. Truby this week. I ell for the in places I E. S. Matthews, Pres. Ceo. C. White, Cashier ,. !

New line of 1'n'suft:; "felt Wednesday : Bros,
Hoover
A few ago( .
1. John Powell visit in left South Saturday Carolina for with amonth's Hats. $2.50:; to :$1.01)! ), it :Stump's.: planted two years ivy vines" by their studio. l ';.
Messrs.
Kmcrlcnn the other
,
building, one
,. relatives. :'olrJoe Canova and! little daughter Kelly, of ,,English. The vines have now covered .
Julia, spent last week in Ocala business in shoots
and
the entire building, t
nearly
W.1.: Bryan left Sunday for Jacksonville with relatives.Joe I
where he has accepted a posit I, noon. I I from them sometimes penetrate the INSURE WITH 'nJOS'
floor.
Truby motored to Ocala last : :Mrs. E. I
: ;
I IH. E. WILSON ,H$
week where he enjoyed the fishing in Monday. received .
', J. Uglow! has recently put an addition Lieut Win. :M. Wamwright :
C. i
that section of the state his discharge on the 12th: of this" STARKE FLORID
his residence Lafayettestreet
to on
the \ummer.Iis.
!
month at Camp Gordon; He returned i ':
.
Mrs. :M. E. Edwards. of Gainesville. : having stopped over GENERAL INSURANCEFIRELIFEBONDSAUTOMOBILE
h"mIIII1 spent' part of last week us the guestof :\ .. Ada visit t'
for shoit \
at Pablo Bench a ;
I
( 01. Joe Hill Williams was in
:
Starke on legal business the latter her daughter( :Mrs. A. Z, Adkins. Long charming at with his parents. who are spendingthe tai

part of last week Mrs L. G. Powell has returned! from cently to Slimmer there.Miss .

from Tillman S. C., where she went Friday >
N. I). formerly of Williston, : : Flossie. Reynolds returned wttlwenmucDmtpoilIDIMeNanutnwcDmDwwcUwWmfwwwtuiatnNNWwhDww( eilnamwwwwtn(/ / )
Wynn,
\ I !
'o visit. her parents, Mr.I and :Mrs : IrJ. Gainesville where she has '
from ; \
now of Montbrook, stopped over in
left :\ .
Fripp. INTRODUCING
school.!
boon attt'n.1i1l1Cumn'r
Starke Sunday.RubMy.Tism. where they 1\1i"1
Reynolds was. 'ai'conipnniod ", |
is a great pain killer.It Capt. Henry:. Freeman and family with I :Miss. L. A. Whetherbeo. of C.ntr..11I ]

relieves and caused left last Friday for Savannah City, Iowa. :Miss Whetherhee left ] I
pain soreness
where will :Mrs. Fre'eman'sparents. Mrs. The "CORNASWEEPER"To
they visit I
by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains.fen'M I'Tuesday I Monday for St. ("lou
\lol'lke"kn" Work I derdale A social event of I."t'k. was ndelightful .
:\ : I
Herschell Crosby who has been employed with ] by
!Shoes" $1.7!) at Slump's.:; : swimming party given
in Jacksonville for several i :Mrs. .1. I I';. WiI"nllVl.'lln..s.lav after- A the Housekeepers of Florida t ;
months, has returned to Starke and :Mr. and : of
:Miss :May Peek of "'aYl'roGa.., will elll'a'e in farming W Andl'<, ) I noon ut Kingsley !hike, in honor J.
I is a guest at the home of her brother ::; 1 :Mrs 1.1: Harris. of Madison." Swimming I I
'
left Tuesday
--- ------ | was. enjoyed, and delicious rcfioshnientt I The Broom 11 buy when it j
C. L. Peek.Wallace :Mrs. W J. Epperson is in ..TacksonMlle Ark., where ,, . served ,during the eon rim'' '' you you try

I with her sister, :Mrs' I n. :M. Gornto we<'kl1 <. ,,
:Mills, of Jacksonville was uf (thelrt..I'noon./ .
who has" been quite ill for the past .T'r __ .
the truest of relatives. in Starke over I ---- -
:Mrs. K. BROOM CO.
ten
days.
Sunday I ter of ] business I'. A. visitor Crosby,to of Stiirki"I1I'Ollk"I'Wednesday, was a QUIGLEY I

We tlo insr ant line of the home of : : ,
sire > wr
inKeno. week. Me brought with him asample ..
Send the old mattress! to I'ullham ;1 uf hiit SFARKE FLORIDA. I If It
Ladies and Children's Mats .,.itKs t t funk" this his. ,
Have them made, new. Cobb. i of broom coin grown on
!I cents each.. Sltimli-:; | ;. I' pliu. which showed bi-vond' doubt that .' f
Dr. W. b > uc- 1IJlcuumClI'Ii/Wlrlflltlnc/C'u-CIf"JC1WJClCll'lmcnC'lmmmlf/ ! !') '> ')1I1Jf.'IMI"WIIIlrlf.'llJIMr.JI': :) (: ),
< !
:Miss :Mary Wills, of Ilunnellon is '| this article of Commerce can ; :'
:Mr. and! :Mrs :Neal; llainlin and baby known l' / Mr. t
the guest of her aunt :Mrs. J. P. Tom- !I ri'ssfully grown in this cocinlv.' t 1
home of Mrs.\ Hain- I moxeil
ure vi..it.:11C..t .he ly, I 1 for Oxford, I
linxon. lin's parents, :Mr. and :Mrs L. C. Pies' West, (. Crosby 1'011I10.lhel'l'left art Thursilny he will visit. Ins son. :snn:, ;,( feet. untt'I'ou" houses are 1)-1 \\"' '" visit, .is to the home of :M. J. "
] ;\1'Ia.((
derrick, Sunday aftcrnimn
for the built around the TIt..yIt-
colt pi ing
:Mr. and. Mrs. G I. C. Livingston, of 1 n. 'i. Crosby, who. mnved, to that stateyears tankn\ have been put up| pipes. laid t..1 tended, ,'hlll'l'hh.I... here.Colonel ,, .

Tampa are spending, a few days in :Mrs. George F. Scott and daugh :Messrs.. .. : : .o.vrrnl, ago to of.seek, relief fever.from the houses' and un elc' < tric lighting Ciosby, ,pieaibed. an interesting

Starke.II. lets :Misses (Gertrude, Louise and :, !u'II, W C. I an aggravated cine! hay plant installed. A fine highway hasbeen so moil Sunday night.
.distance to connect Ralph Will, in HIM was visiting in thiiiHei ,
Lois, are at Kingsley lake occupyingthe were fishing : of graded u long .
I K. Alderman, of Lake Geneva! Scott cottage. week. I\I :\1..srM..J. (i. und liethfl t'ol-on the new town with dnplcy. It .tiim. u last week.Joe .
business in Starke '1 I t the Pine II illto..tion., und. W. O. Colson ill,' d
was transacting right" is Maid" on good authority that a contract >ant, of the Wateroak. section -
Wednesday.Jay . .' of Lake liutlei', were business" VIHitois for this wall Kerr Tliiinulay.
been signed
:Mrs. 1 B. Johns returned. home :\1.'Hrtt..J.. has already
: !, to Starke Tuesday." the coast. The Mr. and :'olrl!. II\ :M. ML'RIIU attended
Tuesday from Durbin I where she has rfi( has cousins.they laying of a pipe line to <
first
Alderman of Waldo, was in been visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. Chills and 1 fi. anti. W. O. Colson lire in the FlorldaSeiuinole ompany control. over 50,000 acroi hunh. nl ..Xt..11. Sunday. iJ l,

the city several days of this week attending V. Turner and III I served together the around the place of. drilling.SMI'M \. friends u'ltl.lal, iV"1 of Hugh Halt $'

to business.! I _____._ cause. the ; Indian war and. again in --- -. .. -- --- iwanger are glad.I to know he has arrived e.

:Mr. and :Mrs. Jim Wills and children !- I I Cn! il ''''lIr. Both lire now above hale eighty and : )\ ( '1 I"Y I home, after ,veral' months of to

Rufus Tatum of Jacksonville. spent' have returned to their home in I Isn't it voters of age, hut arc still c.1 I user si-a duty.

the week-end here with his parents, Jacksonville, after a visit at the homeof kind b<> ,' t heiiity." Sampson" Clt---\u: \ :22: .-- Itev. __ ___ ____ _____ .

:Mr. and :Mrs J. :M. Tntum.Il'n's Judge and :Mrs. J. T. Wills. Temple .\ beautiful- --picnic- -- -upload,----I was '.II.I' lo-by' jirca'bed. line Saturday and I 7( QwQCmwmtlIODClwwctawmClmmwwm) ) (] ) ) )

----- -- - ..lit of the '," ) :.SundayWrnnn; . '
:\ Wort.hirtg:; 75:; centsat :Mrs. IW.; Stewart spent !Sunday' will noun I' 'joI'I' I by a few Mr evenings and :\11'".ago.1. M.at t KingsleyInk. Mit.ii.il.littl . Jones. uf. llnnipton win in f Miiiiiiiiils() ; : iiinl Tombstones) ) [() ](;

Stump's.Ocorge : und :Monday at White Springs, whereshe <- :Miss Lucilo. lit.'h..ll.Jr: ". i E: .1. town. on. business :Monday afternoonMr . ) S. M. DRKiCERS, Lake. Butler

of ..JIU'kllOI1'ilIe."Iwllt went to he with her parents n..v.an.1 F A. ,' limns, of Madison. :Mr. anti :Mrs ROH-: und :'olr.... A. K. Smith arc !th!>" 1
llolfman. :Mis. (C. W. InnuinI r Agent for
.
Saturday. and Sunday with his. 1'd 1 home j coi :\II'I.lIin. Misses Jennnctte and proud! parent" of. n 10 IftUnIIIty., burnSunday r
\ - hair (. Mr. mind M,.... C.I August 17th Valdosta Marble
Matthews Works
:Mrs. J. I IJ. P.ivis. rt. J Florence]
aunt \'aI1'"irlit, h"r. 1. ik t'i
: : : i uftcimion, :\1 I of visitor
Ahearn, Miss. Madge, :Midlleton! / N. VV'ynn riruham, wan a
F:
- -- -- -- -- I \: S. land ..fIj"'Ul''i.i .Hi I Years of
i u i" t'.n i a -''"\"Ille und.I Mr I Karl: henTuesday/ afternoon.. Satisfactory service -
Powell
:Miss. Ruby Dyal of, Tampa has guest at the hum' ."f li" M il.< i Mr-! I1,ass. Mr Carpenter '". A. Smith, of Mawthoirie, was the
been the guest of Miss: Ethel; Griffins 1J.: Wainrugh''u dn<. :Mi.Mleton.II - guest of his nephew, Kirby Smith/ -Latest Designs to select -

during the past. week -- -- -- Mr and] :\ -- from.
. 1 I i iI K.: Lagvrgren. is buck on the Tel Ihuraduy. rOmmmmmmmmmtDmnmmmmmiDmmmmmm
--- -relieves- Constipation, thi' present l'lCrnph'ltalf after nearly two yeurHnf J. ('. IJaiilerson: mode n business. ) ) ) ) ) '
CGG quickly I
f Ita _
I work. IbeTeligtaph : trip to I.uluI"n.lay.: .
lest from newspaper,
and '
Biliousness Loss of Appetite .
nuidi. on : Middleton: : business.
It always anxious in print III' W. wits a "
.... Headaches, due to Torpid Liver. adv. 'SM.
in"I visitor here Sunday
about
Gaiety Theatre I all t the* worth while news people
in Starke and :Miss Edith: Sloan. visited her grandmother .
:'01..... lt.5 I Fernandez.. and ihildiinspent >:. and occurcnceH DAVISAgency
A. :
I K. N. fain
last week very pleasantly at I I Urn Iford county and! the managementhop'n :Mrs. : Saturday
: a1 M Irving that friends. will give :Mr.Lugorgren und. Sunday..
Kingsle lake. "We cater to the best.. ,th' .... -(. ] : : their our co-operation !in making Kirhnlus 'IhoniUH, of Starke IK vm-. Est 1886

The best we offer" I h'hn' I.. inr'realirfg. sting friends here for a few days. !
All the Seaboard trains.., pa.nl'l'.j, '', | the news columns! of the paper! -
.. *' J<>ssc Ogden, of Graham, wax a visitor -
as. well as freight, have' r-'inu'd th i I - \Ass here Saturday INSURANCESTARKE
----
regular schedules.Men's _..__ ._ I PROGRAMTO.NIGHT uli..isant M !Tlfc,-IIKI.L--:: -K.NTKUIAINS:; Miss. Sarah Rime, of Lake ISutler, ,

Friday r u-t week. I was a visitor here .Saturday.Mrs. .
t : Ire.s Shirt7": > cents' Mi-, Anna At eight o'clock Tuesday evening, : J. ('. KaulorHrm has. been call-

1 J to $:J.50! :; ) at :Slump's.; I, MI--OS ( j ,h. Juanita ('aftwss the scene of a i-d I to the bedside of her father, who is. H, .01;

I I MAE MURRAY I IIn f Starke. given by Mrs ill.f'ml :t- "' % 7...; g
ilel 6 1
Earl Simpson. who ha- n \ }1
1
log relatives here ha- ,iitiui\ i ,I f.f MI.! Mitchell in honor of her nttruc- Wynn of New River was the 1.., ..., ;; ". -. :"; r;
I l.onise ( : tiM visitor Mrs. E.: ... Harris, of guest. uf relatives and friends her ,:. 9r .: z. 7zr1 1 r3 .
ille. 1IIe:>
his home in (iunf; <\ .. --
? ir new Mn.lisnn. A delirioui! coursidinner Sunday OJ ? =5 ; ;. !. ;| "
.. ,.
-- --- --- I :< .ling, after whii-h the party att Smith Johns, of Nnw River, was "' ; :to"" 3m
served <
,
WH :
Mrs: :. S. :MatthiwM t* \ il I J *
i | y"i.n"i may "" halt 83 1 : t
aAWAKENING ended., a dance ut the !Sims the guest of hit sister! Mrs! fliunliI'rown. I
days of this'l..1( at Kin:-I'' : I i1 l irn. if I t ; : .. f
TilE BRIDE'S e : :; _
i I' in this ,
II _
1 h..e invited to participate LIFE ;;;:
I \: IS :
the guest. of :Mrs.\ John. I .- u''' i r -. ,| soi' .il event were: :Mrs.. f":. J. Harris, Mlns Hunnle Craves, of (, YOUR; ;J =* | f[ y -- i;S-i:; ; 35 :t I l lr'lfrl
|
\ll ", MadillonIrlf.: .1. P. Tomlin.nf , was a h"Rill.villit..r here \ rlllllrn'l =
:Mr : 1 I'rte I. f' I <>r J.INSURED? ] = "
and Mrs" J. K: .i '' --- I' \ ,'-. r E. Ahearn. Mrs. J. 1-:. Wilxon.I day { 3 | :. ,:; !
for wh 'h' '.. n' 1 = : t 7 :_ > x
day Daytona i --= l. r
Saturday :
4r i I \ R'IHCO. :Me-1.line. and :Mrs. A. 7.. Sainp on Srhmd' honor Uoll I'' ;: 3 I d. J *

spend a few weeks. ; ..\ (l.inii.i, Advanced Eighth Tirade--Nona and 7
7 : :
I ESr7 ii :
U -II. Weaver---, P.nif--- ., r'' . , ,. Jiiiiiiili! Hansen i 11 :I i I i -- - -- Raymond Brown Wily Edmondsoo.' l RFcP. : 1', ';.. .. .., I. -
I doubt. about Bertha and KmiSloan, tHh'-l 1 Varti. .JAL: IN '; ; :r
druggist was a buiinStiirke .. .: ) J any man has any M VTc :.G1Ft; :? I f -;-
all he has Seventh OraI.Ia! : Hull Rah.. .I ..
Florida I
Tuesday. I lb'-''e being oil in ; : ';1 ::1 == -. ;: .
i
\ (II :.0 i ill to visit that territory around 'arrish, flo-a (floss: Edith: Slniin. Kd 'COi'OF: 'Nc' :1.4: THE" :. .;fg'f' ; ..
--- . In The Sea Flow sways; f "Icy and Marmnna. One .ut the no Smith :Mary lilies, J'Ju""a'h.' ; ..)
:Mr and Mrs: p. !S' :'01.. V .' : Oros$ V'
children spent Satin"'la : ;it, I ire at tin :: I I "K. .t convincing( sights, in to go to Fourth Orad. -'olary: f'arri, h, <'I:.L .... T -.. co 6w': [ ;fT ms0S.r' ;
:
..
with relativein Wald". . ,, ".."'tur a v 1, try and lice the preparations be- ThomuFrank f'arrish, = -IN-THE..v' ... ;o--- :! -2 ;!
.
'$
.
= =
.
mad by the Pan American Oil ('hart-Thelma Ilniun, r'i'd i f ls'htim' I ': .. : r ::. :; . '"
: :
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Thursday evening i..f lu-t -tt-1 1Senior t. :\ Special eJS, ( II i where drilling hun ctarted. The - - - .-..r "ar 3 I: :1"3'|I -- ii' '::- -' .-: -: ;ID:: -; '5 : -: .=. ', I :d I
feet high, drilling a ntisnLAKH I:; r I o
ri' k in 115:
Epwnrth Lonirue h:1 1 u'doful '' IIh', M Feature Tuesday Lit '.' ; ) 22! inch <; the driller stated hou -.-. -- .. :: ?,.:; I; GR ;l f1L .0ls. ; i g i' ,

moonlight !punn.! at Kingi' y 1 In ; pr"and to go; lon 1JlJfl, ( feet, Crosby.. (Lake, Aug ::2fi-iar[>.",. .',+'.{1- ;' c.. _. := ", : gN..C

------ - 1lZJ It. thought he would ti<"' oil at Mli-I .rik. ( 'r-by and. UtT! l:IJJ .C.t, =. .. -I ; ;> c:: ,. ., .. :1:1\: ;;
lE' _._ i :: Z ::
Rub : i ; ? .
-My-Tism is a powerful antisep i '* 5 5 ']" ; j ; ? ? \ ..
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SIX BKADFOKO COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1819!I.

.. .
-- -- --- -
r;making active plans toward l- rc'ducing

the annual loss caused from this! pest r 0.. ..... ., ;" .- -
,. .
I F County
Bradford FarmersM'KOI I Many uir-tight, cribs are b..illhudl)\ .
I :
and when the corn 'is first stond n I WLrTTie ; :;

will be orated_ < with cnrbnn bisulphidetKRMAN ', ; : .

,. huge, nough' to month/ the rattle> owners voluntarily, ,
tin n is
:; f I I'U.I. I'dl'MOA ) EEII: : I ;,11111 I '
.: !" ? :a fall dop of lush potatoes. dipped :S,09.: cattle to hold the, ,mttle ( I'Ol'AMI:; TO HE IM- :: : : ; should be made not later ticks in control until systematic workis l'OIt'l1:15: 10 TillS l'Ot'N'I'IIY(
I IJI'tll'rIulld I :; \\ ilhM.IJ Leos l > ' I
I lien, H."ult August :-join! to .!Oth.o'or) fall established Go fesllQI"1e
I inlt, the Red Uliss Triumph va- Any time :U.!:i per cent of the qualified Senator Duncan U. Fletcher advises

The I host I Irish piituto Aced for is recommended. voters in this county want to holdan that the war trade board section of !

full planlmir i is to bo hud from" n:itiv important factor in successful election to vote for compulsory the department, of state, advises him In GOodlJ-.and
stock for they are urclimiitoil. pioduction and which ue should.! dipping of cattle they can petition the that the general import licenses has

I northern, grown: potato, i is not the bi. ovi'i'look, is. the ne, ;...."ity of fer. county commissioners for such an been revised and extended so as to

for the Hummer planting\ beau, soil and (continuous cultivation election, assured that the supreme permit the importation thereunder,
t I C. K. :McQuarric of the University the growing of the crops court has ruled it can be held' underptesent without the individual import license,

t rioriiln Extension l >iMion says', i cultural methods applied will law. .. _._ of potash, including. potash producedin W, iIr'' t tn
---- --
soil' in too hot for them and, they a fur higher' type' of vegetable Germany.Senator Fletcher states k41 I,,
rendily when nubJpi-1, to (' where planted on Inferior lands I'AKMKKSMU: UK; :MIOUNIIOV ; : ho'cthat" some time must elapse 1
which differ radically' from t thiiiu. n in neglected I! TO KILL CORN \\ii\ILS: : before importers can make contracts
i I I _
ilcr which I hoyVIH, irnmn." l I and arrange for tonnage!: and distribution
( wherethe spring, crop wu ( ).v i FElnll.IZEIt I'HIl'ES Demonstration lie ; to the trade
from imported '4Pt1. potatoen pioduced , ) IIK.II 1 ; IIKI'AltrMK.Nr: :S;.\yI :* tj I .gentVill An-wer fhe.n-cuun'l" .-.

from that crop, '' have acquired| KKKP .. (or.Nr I ( ; rm\is) f Y-Vr
'L small degree| of rpiixtanco. In (' I prices quoted by fertilizer man Some formers' HIV" "1" "rom Mlssouu" ; WTvri.v *- / '\

the npriiiK crop i i. a VI"'YCood .. for fertilizers" to be deliv- and must be shown. In order to <'onvinie I There are, people who have the right & < vo>? ,/ /

7 for seed f. 0, b. Jacksonville( for" delivery our )people that it is possible for, variety of fowls, who house and feed / S Srfy /
q /It i" brut l to. -elect small )(tutu. ", 'ida east of the Apalachicola I t Ihem to destroy the weevils in their, them properly and yet who cannot obtain / > &L j & /
hint the size. nf n hi-n' egg: down me $:'l t a ton higher than the coin we will give a demonstration' on i
I
early the because :
winter
eggs in rHE
t a the fall i rop and to plant them for similar goods to be deliver I I the street coiner" ut the Bradford their fowls are" too old It is seldom ( -f jar ftFEGT GUM [f l rsf ,
It "K well also to I, protil I tho ?1 "' of Apalachicola' liver and County Dunk 'next Saturday \j "" "
" "
August\ that it i "
pays to keep hens for laying: jt. "Tl1 ; ii'i; .
In'foilplanting., IMace them on a I cotton belt north, of :
el' J''lorida. J'l.! \ tit :a! o'clock. A bin full of corn after, '
they two and! half
are a 7 '
yearsold iTff-nr ii n'T
floor or" in some other sheltered place j given for these higher will be provided and instructions. given ; not that they will not give a profit UiB -- -
o here'' 1 they will have ililflised ( j err not satisfactory, to the d<'" in regard" to the use of carbon, ) bi- but that younger, fowls. will give a t

tint, not ilitert 1 sunlight Allow i ,' of agriculture, , as is shown sulphide for killing/!: the weevil Kvery greater, profit.-Luke !Hutter Times. fflSufiF.VE
-pi! ""lit* to bceome a quartei, to a following statement which i.-i ) farmer, in the county should be 'tl w Y I j

IP* inih, lonTlwn: when the potnt,,,, made in letters to the sevoial there to learn all they can in regard" 1.\ \\" 'rui: A2Jl ?
sirr planted they, will ontinue jjrovvint. !, flll'turl'rll: to controlling this 'nest. There j is no. .

i.,, .'. and the low from, rotting will I", .'rc appears to be a general. reason why the farmers: of Ilrndfordcounty \ Lnwtry, Aug./ :22.-Mrs.!:! -: J. (o. flubS -
reducer! to a minimum. (' t among!: the feitiluei t man- should lose one hundred thousand ( rts and, daughters, the :Misses' Clara I|
.
l :Mr. :\J.oQullrri11I'nll against buying \ ,..i' to charge" !: a Hat i increase dollars eveiy )year from the "ravages and, 1 Sarah, have been spcmlilig a few
:E just kind any per" o pi at Jack !: of the corn" weevils.
delightful in
very days the
'r ,
/ l.uwtey
SI t farmeis nlitnm) their seed ,' ,', I Flu,, on all fertilizers sold Come, look, listen and learn allou, I guests of :\IIIHdli: ,' \flobe: 'ls.as The
the irror-i'iyinun'f, Mock of eating pot Florida, | farmers east of the can. Then go straight home and build happy party returned" to Jacksonville
tlltO('''. As a rule, these are not I river the f.
over o. b. a bin in which to fumigate
your new Wednesday : ,
Miss N'ellie
5 t potntoi'H and, should. be avoided. first I I a>ked at Jacksonville for tho crop of corn. As your crop) is short, I I i who will accompanied visit with them by and other- CHEWING Glifivj
I' because they fur, > of unknown ' brands, west of the Apaluchicola it will be necessary. to HUVO it all this I friends, while there
., and have not bern cared for as ', "i in the belt '
.F'', cotton north of year. You will not have any to spare Enoch Griffiths and wife and two
potatoes should be, and, also, hIIUMI'thl'Y The reasons given for this, for the weevils. No farmer is so poor children motored over to Daytona
r may not be acclimated, to are that the expenses) of the that he cannot devise .
t some moans of Beach early last week to enjoy. the sea
r' region in which" they are to he planted I (' ,' are greater, as a great killing the weevil if he will exercisehi bieex.es." They are expected home in
1. Some of the best" seed potatoes of the Florida growers!:, send in ** ingenuity and use such material a few days.
I', for I>''lornl.i, ,l the Red Bliss or Triumph ar. ,
: are ,' formulas for special mix as he may have at his command. A On going to press we learn that exr ti .ti
l Rose Number Four, Cobblernnil and these mixture have to be .lull man could lose fifty thousand Mrs.I Howe! who has been so dangerously : fIT' TiNI
Lookout :Mountain The last twomimed small. lots and specially sten 1l\hds, of
hf coin every year and not ill at Kingsley lake
was somewhat
ISS have Florida. i trade is usually in small lots formers. will always .
them
_. keep poor.1hl of danger. The trained nurse is stillin
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0i I I a few tons to the customer. It I 'forget the time and place. Saturday chaige.Mrs. : .

i ,IM.XM'I :S'IU1111SIRIclI; J{ : :-;luN" claimed, that on account of afternoon" dares o'cluck.ll1dl', \ !' : J. J. :Mi.Lend is continuing her ... .
I (' ,' danger: from frost more the shade of the oak tire at the Dunl- weekly visits to Jacksonville to &'

ICo'II.'I!, in :September; I I'Ml.illv. M.ike! are liable to occur, tin- ford County Hank with her physician and reports consult ,-.".....7".,,.....,,..

1 ... the Itest. fieldsStrnuVierries I'h I through bad, debts ore.. greater, O. W. CASWF.L1.. hiivmir been irrentlv bennfttte.l !bv. the Sett'S I
'
!!:enel'lIthlLt/ the selling expen County Agent.rifiiir treatment.Mr. ;
I greater -- a ,-- - : { Sealed Tight Kept Right!
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L f may, be grown in nearly : and Mrs. Wyru-k arrived Sunday "
all parts of the state, and. their I' 1111. by the dopaitment nn the TilE: (OKN \\' IIMI.County : f'omI"xnl1lr'iR., on a visit .1 27

i1 culture has proved profitable., The , manufacturers to justify to :Mrs. Wynck's parents, Mr. and t
t bulk of the crop I is marketed between I 'ease shows an abmiluate dis- Agent O. \\', ('a"\\1'II was in'' :Mac, T. J. Terry, at the Teiry homestead i
i Jan unrS" mid I May I but a few berries i ''I : '" of statement For the cot Luke Ita,rite Thursday and "' ,'Iln"r'' m West I./Jwtl' :Mr Wyrickleft .be Flavor las

are piodticed, in the southern part of the cost of manufactuie, and last w.k.'hih' there, he visited' : J. for Virginia!: :Monday afternoon sDQmrunlWfIJCIIlltTIm

t Florida for the Christina* maiket Inv is repotted to be no more II. !Scarborough. to call his. attentionto leaving his wife to visit with her pat
spring of lll! UJ! thus for the
other regions: the bearing: period continues advantages that mlbe gamed' by ents.
as late as June.Klomlyke I, IIUJ!) !> For Florida. one manu killing!: the weevils in corn at his mill. :Miss Hessie Terry came over from,

Kxcelsior: and :Missionnry claims that it costs $1 u ton ;Mr. Scarborough says he has long: appreciated Jacksonville Sunday to visit with the !'nllIIIIIIIIIIIImmm:
,. the best varieties for mniknt- I manufacture, for Florida. thun the advantages that could folks
me at home. She returned' on the ;
ing. For home use: some other varieties I cotton belt. Another one says be gained!: by exterminating the weevils afternoon train :Monday.Mr. [ k, JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY i

ale ,,satisfactory and. one may i: t fiO() cents a ton more for the from, corn and, corn meal but never : and :Mrs' Chas. Hess, who recently -

I plant several of them so as to have a 1 \ than for the spring tiado.i knew exactly how to proceed l to moved to Miami, have been LINCOLN:l HULLEY Ph.D., Litt.D., LL.D., PrsnidentDeLand. : ,
r nuececsion of berries from (,hl'll'trnlll'i i claims that it costs $2.0: less make it a success. II. says that he heard" from. :Mr. Hess repots that he Florid.1.. t

'+t to .f I moo. Plant the Excelsior for an fall trade than for the spring!!: can get an unlimited market for cornmeal is In charge of a branch store for theScotch SEND NOW FOR CATALOGTHE
curly crop.Strawliiriies. For ,selling/!: and collecting ono in Jacksonville. if he could only W"'nillII) : Co., of Chl'uA'o.nn.1 Scl'.ne.:
claims that it costs $:J CRUU'ATE. DEPAKTMFNT-Ilrcrm of Muter of Art and .
it be ,
leijuire" a moist, rich guarantee to free of weevils that they like! :Miami very much.
f ::1j'! THE CO I.I.ECU: OF IIIIEKAL ARTS FOR department In altHIE
Florida than the cot- MES-T..nL7-on.
t e in in :Mr. Caswell him ofFarmers'
i soil with good: I drainage' !: :Most growers gave a copy The nl'Dr.. J. J. Tieadwell of St. It, .. .
('tSLLEGE OF IIIIEKU. ARTS FOR WO\lEN-A dean aeparat dormitorle. -
select lliitvvooiU, land preferablyxvith ; and so on. liullctin N'o. 10J( :!!) which discusses Augustine, uu'rt'vel in i luvvtey Saturday S,u .. woman .
sub-soil the suiface.If account of the limited' time and I all the details of "Conserving
J ,
a lay near" afteinoon and occupied the pulpit II1V ('OI.1.K.E: OF I..\\V-.duates; practice In Florida without examination.TI'K ,
I If fInn, on dry. light, sandv 1 soil, it ', appropi'lation of the de- Corn From Weevils." :Mr. Scarborough Sunday morning in G"ILI'I'1.: E. !{ : : ml.I Ff.K; : OF f:\f.If'fRI'Co"; : ; ran .., .nainrf ring leadingto. decree
will be necessary' to irrigate: frequent' It has been found impossi- was\ glad to get-the bulletin and church. The reverend gentleman d(.- i..,. l 01 I K.K KK Tf \('IIFItS: E.peelally for Florida teaehera.. ::
ly. I verify. these figures by an ex will begin at once to build tight bin livered a fine sel'moil, fully appreciated ytV: I1)1: K.E; OF lit'SIN ESS-Hanking. Bookkuplng. Shorthand, Trpewridn
I e I Strawberries require I ir.oi! ) to :2IMW! on of the books. Un- in which to fumigate" his. coin meal.\ by all who were privileged to hearit. : .: 1'\llf:MA'-Prepare for all high crude eollece. ;

I ) pounds, of fertilizer. per acre, nnal './- circumstances the only thing Mr.: Caswell says the farmers, could (juaitirlv' conference was held at S {i1 I 1'/I. .Illllll.. OF MKH\M: AKlh-For bo,. and young men.
1 ing :M to t per cent ammonia 8 to III'> can do is to state that mid one hundred; thousand, l dollars of the close of the service and )Dr. Tread- I Gt I Ml!:: si lloill. OF 1l"SIC-rlo"o. pip. organ, violin voice, harmony, choroa work. ''J
per cent phusphoi" acid, and. a potash to be sure" no injustice may 'I wenlth I to l II i 1'11 fO",1 1 county every year well left on the afternoon train for (' :Opt'dalUl'l1tlon: Is Called To .
d content of :a per cent or higher. The to you anl in order that the if they would practice the instructionsin Jacksonville 'II .-I-:: :;' IIIIOI, OF FI\fIns: ;J
of fertilizers. to the Florida Farmers' Bulletin r c I >10 ".,'limi""., ('""... \.Ioulture-Uolo.. n,., Illolitfry Organic and InorcanlehtmiHlry. :
fertilizer: should IT given in two applications 1029.:!! lie will The n..v.If,1, F.venden was n'i.'. ryi '
t ) making the first t application may not be interrupted 1 the gladly: send any farmer a copy uponjrequest. I| ito, in Stuike Tuesday consulting the .rol"IG.oluIlY.( . quulilatUr, ete.J. and quantaltTe analx.l.. Agricultural Chemlatir. MlnJi r ,.
ten days lu'foie" t the plants are set will not "require you to "re dentist. 4i
fhv I'n Vlrilirnl ( uurip-Phili> e..,. niologr. Anatomy naeteriology. :
unit I the second appluation when the figure at the present' time, -- -- --- Claudia Terry went to Jacksonville: 5c /uology, 1I0ton,.. General Chemistry', Organic Chemlatry forms slims for" hlo"l11.n additional, notify you that a statement \VIII.P: mi: i'.MMHuilding lilt: ('=-,11, Frldato "1)un,1J few days with relatives 'n Ij tilatlte. ("hrmlnlrr. Phy.lc. II! $,

r IIIO pounds of nitrate of soda per note issued. to the farmers setting!!: there. Owing to the train her h,;:. <'' < ...... for Hellalnu. Worken-In Biblical LJUratnr. Hl.lory. Engllah, P.y ;
I ; applied! about thirty, days after the ,. (' matters in ,detail and no- is, and will continue to be ing late it was after dark when she II' hall 5y t 1'.<1'011', rthlc.: Logia and Thel.m. '
q second! application of fertilizer, will !: them they ought)\ to be able an expensive. undertaking, and the arrived in Jacksonville and the folks It 56fliJtai"fCtCtCtCIf1ElCTfJ I
,
usually lengthen\ the fruiting period, i n standard brands I I of fertilis, structures .should therefore, be pre who expected to meet her had gui ?1' :! ) p lf RFi : !: !:! irsiorsmcir: !irsnnra&jQocKKssassdi
'
I if the but the port of Jack.*usilh! at '.'... served with paint. Good paint is I all idea of her that .
plants are" growing!: slowly, up (coming mirh1!
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ai'r's; lha t re .ecttl .1.'I 'n th' . l. .. .
a t w ut "entry buy. her
II' If the plants .rv. pays| consequently they' t'
I nol necrsstiry are ui was
| : :; | tnm
i ; ; : : t Habitual Constipation Cured
growing mid well.Jlost of the cotton belt"ror.vii cause it foims an airtight covering, I her. Ilowevei the ,' f
fruiting meet ag)\ ni "i i in 1 M to 21 1 Days
g))1\ -- - -- I
: growers .replant. their beils, ; looks better and lash longer. than the the society for, the protection of irn'' flZZ1 "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN";/ a specially-
: :
i each vein*, using vounir plants taken I poor article. )However, any paint is and women< very kindly ::0--t"t.'i" prl'pnf'd( Syrup Tunic-Laxative for Habitual
; ii from runners during the summer. The -- better" than none; even whitewash nudist, in finding the Wlt... HOTEL 'II..III.lItllln). It relieves promptly but
1 I plants may be set f..mIIICUI'I. to hack of a siilticient amount of,I which is very good while it lusts.. Except aunt's resilience whither -hi. "I I I JACKSONVIlLEflAEuropean .bourn, I lie, I Ikea regularly for 14 to 21 day
the soil i is I being: felt more for the dwelling house which iiuliii lIlar action. It Stimulates amiKiuiilati's
November preferably about September II '"Hind. Claudia returned on Sunda.t I In r">(
J Stc :L'i!n.> Those set during September '. Animal manure and costly should, be painted. by one' who. undeistonds ..- ith her sisters.If PT Complete flodem:erred find! October! usually\ yield 1 best. > ,' fertilizers. will supply (thU \ the wnl'k'f'II., all painting you arrive' at church on time Sunday I owtji. rooms\ .Steam Heated,&!'up' (Cafe$ intowwctiOA yen bottle

I II "but many fields receive around the farm may be done, by home morning' you' will be just in tim 'Convenient< to [Everythirvj!

sr\ir mi:: I' \ J.J.IWE; I| one./ Wood. ashes is a toleia- people. to enjoy the children's illustrated I talk !heart\ of City Send for Book lotatlMOlt 1 .. LIFT OFF CORNS?
I ', and may be had at The more costly of the implements, I la twenty minute talk I to be )given\ by ) W.SMITH. PROP'B .

Every owning and. where steam engines are both of wood and iron, should be given the Rev. Alfred 1 Kvemlen, In (;race M: ,. r". r oI
A one a garden or a ash from wood the i k
; ( sap is coat of .
1 a paint when needed
small of land of especially r.hlll'.h: at the opening!!: of the morning
piece
capable being The ashes saved from the the hay rake and drove's 1 I ,a.stclv'S.chill! Tonic
mower, which service Then after the children .Apply few drops then lift sore
,
used us such, should consider. the inl- I
tires should! he
enough
tlul soil Iest1 I to are often left in the open for lack of have been dismissed' there will be abrief rettorci vitality au. u,ru/> >by purifying! and eu
preparation. HO 0.I as ,to,,H get: the vegetable: garden. shed. room. The'IIgon is the most addiess to tile oMer folks, service rkhln4 the blood. 1'..u.'a n noon feel it* StreaKcd/ touchy corns off with
I c winter who cannot procure, enough abused of all farm implements. It to conclude at the usual time Everybody ruins, Invlguratlu Elf"! ."i Price 110oI.i .

I which should be kept in n shed and the welcome.IUFFKRKNT i fingers.Doesn't .

ins of wheels kept from contact with the p r.
ilocksgood ground, by means of boards It should : : WITH TIIK: PRINTFK:
be kept well painted, especially the You Do More Work

wheels. Have you noticed how the printing You are more ambitious and you get more
Never paint timber hoards before enjoyment out of everything when your 'I
,
or trade differs from other trades andprofessions blood is in good condition. Impurities in
they are thoroughly seasoned" when it comes to the matter the blood.. . have a very depressing effect on ,
While the life of fence" posts or floor of mistakes ? the system causing weakness, lu/ines .
: '
Id the
sills may be somewhat prolonged: if. When a plumber makes a mistakehe nervousness and M..kn..s. |
'I'ntlnA'h."lr,1 painted'' with coal tar after they hnn'l charges twice for it. OROVE'S) TASTELESS Chill TONIC: 'I

been well seasoned painting ( When a lawyer makes u mistake! it's restores Energy anti Vitality by Purifying'
vulgate while green: is worse than useless just what he wanted, because he has and Enriching the Blood When yoU feel!
i, to its strengthening,
invi
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try ---- oramm l effect nee
i
chance the all .
.. :SKI.IXT: JOOO; "SEFIl CORN a When to try case makes over mistakeit's again how it brings! color to the ihetks and h .>. 1 I
a
carpenter \ a it
improves the ,
county appetite' you will then
just what was expected, becausethe \ appreciate its true ionic value
y 2 board Carefully selected, tested. corn often I chances are 10 to 1 he never (] O\'E'S TASTELESS Chill TUNIC:
lis ent-\ yields from ten to fifteen bushels I learned his business. ii not a medicine. L LGG
j patent it i 11 simply
ord, didetation an acre more than untested crib corn. When the electrician makes a mistake IRON, and (QUININE, ; suspended) in Syrup t Ui1J
[It requires from 10 to 12:! ears of corn he blames it on "induction." because S) ,pleasant even chililrrn: like H The

the uar to plant an ucie. One man can selectin nobody knows what this i i. blest net-ilnQumine to Purify it and IRON, hurt a bit! Drop a little
sure one day seed enough!: for 10 to 100 to Enrich It. These reliable t'>nnpr' p-
When
a doctor makes a mistake, he tTtii-a FriMv.ono" on an aching corn, instantly
w IN nil never Mil to drive out impurities 'in
acres, depending how
on good his
corn buries\ it.When that
the blond" . corn stops hurting, then you lift
lectionsdipping is. how carefully' he selects, and how a judge makes a mistake, it TheStremlth-CrontintJPnwer of GROVE'S it right out. Yes, magic 1

rapidly he work Labor Is scarce, becomes a law of the land. TASTtLLi-S Chill FOMC: has made it A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but
but what does the labor of two days When a preacher makes a mistake the favorite tonic in thousands of homes a few cents at any drug: store but U
pnrticn amount to in comparison with 1000 nobody knows the ditference. More than thirty-five years ago funks sufficient to remove every hard corn
13 rail- bushels of corn-the possible increaseon would ride a long distance '
But with the printer It's different. to (get IjKOV E'S soft corn, or corn between the toes
le prou- 100 ? asks l the TASTtLLSS Chill TUNIC; ; when I
acres University of He has to be more careful for he a
can I and the calluses without soreness or
member of their ,
rag dip- Florida extension division.A fimily had Malaria or
; not turn his mistakes into profit as needed . I irritation.
a body-building/
r a sys-1 strentfth-tfivintf!
deal of i
great attention is
being; others do. Ke has to reprint the job I Freezone
ity now I tonic. The formula is just the same today is the sensational dJsCOYery -
centered on the corn weevil and the sometimes even when it isn't his fault and you can It from of
e [ farmers get any drug a Cincinnati genius. It 1 f. wOO-
.i ki kr i past throughout the state are that the error crept In.-Contributed, store. lick per buttle. ... t derful.-Adv. No. 281.rAGE .



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PACK SEVEN
BRADFORD COUNTY TELLGKAril. STARKE, FLORIDA
FRIDAY, AtGtTST 22. W __ __ __n ." _._
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[flAYS :MEAT ;MEN:. ARE HOLDIMS liKADKOKI ;\MEXICAN:'; .\ :>\IIIT HOLD TWO r--.... -- ".

:' IT IIICII I'KICE ON:'; ;MEAT I I'. AIRMEN FOR RANSOM: : \\t- ".- 4- -- .. )

Bruilfrd, Aug. 22.-Rev. B. C. '1. .. -

Bradent n Cattleman Says Average Scurboroufh filled his rcpular ''appointment :Marfn. Tex., Au!:. ]17.-Letters purporting 'i' -...,

| here Saturday and Suntla)'. to be from Lieuts. Paul II. -
Cow lido. isorlh Two-thirds \
Terry Newnom and family! of Gra- Davis! and HaroM 0. Peterson American ' ___
Total Cost of Animal -
,
hum were i/iit'stK of his brother, C. arm aviators! missing since last :..--

II. :Ni'waoni' lust week.Mr Sunday, were received here todny at

: Bradentown Aug. Slaughterers!) : B. C. Scarborough and daughter military headquarters.) The letter*

find retailers Florida are profiteer- were visitinu relatives and friends stated the aviators were being held I

ling unduly on Florida meat according\ the latter part of last week.Mrs. by bandits for $15,000 ransom somewhere I

[to Fred Knight veteran cattleman ofhis ; Will lliirri'll and daughter, Mexico: and were threatened ""AL'

city. He said : Cienevu have returned from llitthSpririRs : with death unless the ransom wa

"Somebody between the cattleman' whore they have been visitinjr I paid. '1/ --....
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1
Ind the consumer is getting: too much I for the past two weeks. I/

[ torofit on Florida meat in my opinion. I W. :M. Amlreu and sister. Blanche 1 Washington, Aup.< 17.-:News' of the 'ti

.1Iidcs are higher: than they have ever of Jacksonville, are visiting thi'ir sister : holding of the aviators' by Mexican; ,

(been and in the past few months have ;Mrs. C. II. Newsom this Week.C. I bandit coming on the heels of the )

,jumped from less than 20 to more H. and PC'rrye'som:' were visitors warning note to the Carranza government I/1'"lrl.

jhan 40 cents a pound for the green t Urooker Saturday afternoon.KKItMAN that unless protection was afforded

hide. For an average cow that makes .-.--- -_. American property and life in

[ a hide worth about $ 0."Now : : r.lKI.S i WilliS Ot1. :Mexico\ a radical change in the policy

the catli'men nve anxious! to ATE WITH YANKS HLAC'KMSTEI of this! government toward, ;Mexico ,"

ftcat\\ $:!tO, which neans that the would result intensified interest in official .,,1'1' "

[butcher pa.\s only *10 for the meat. t circles here.It ,,
"Local cattle about :UOOIpotmds Postern written in Gorman warnini out that the incidentreported
average pointed .
was
/ .
German, K'rls' airaint-t associntinp with ELS IUI' the most ri'lii'shinn.sat\ \ u n in, tt"- c' ,
dressed which should deliver from the border tonight wasthe CAM
,
recently in several snioki-tl'' Put all .IIt'I': i '- .Ilil. ,, ::10
Americans appeared vom "I "
Ithe meat to the retail butcher at less ) second 1 of the kind 1 within less than 'I C/tm"l/trfl.olol..v..n',
public places in Coblenz and! other I then buy some CaMiels. HIVIthem ivirtasti\ ti si mui know j
( than 10 cents a pound dressed. two month. However in the present wh..rflltl"/e"rr;

"In retailing meat my experience towns on the Rhine, the trirls 1 beint case those being held and threatened / .,./tl..01 p"'An '" of 30 for your own satisf.uMion thai in qu.iliu, ll.ivor. Mtiooth- ;,c

[has been that the retailer ( Mr. Knight urged\ to refrain from making: the acquaintance \ with death are American military officers ( /tr"It"rffl"trh. body und in m.iny other ilelinhtful wavs C/if'c/s. nrr in a ',"
.
of soldiors regardless "fthe .. ((2OO) < ,,...rh..) .. .
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said there cl . b tl I ,
I tind 1 his rclatucs have had, considerfnblc and thus, il Willi. .1. .1' : .rll"' \ ..
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experience in the retail meat bus I,1'U fact that the treaty of olfiicers peace has could be no claim of mistaken identity L In'p"I".r.covwrrif ,.ltr("". IV> C.nndslI"I' an bltlllof\ choice Turkish and choice .. j, I
lieen Intelligence say export
cattle) ( \ in the twoprevious
lines-" well as in growing as might have been possible frofirfrirommrmf .
that on several occasions the name of / Domestic tobaccos. \ 011111101 only preft-r thu bit-nil l toeither ;, I Ip'

[should l cost have for 100 his per best cent cuts gross of profitl.bm'I' meat. girls who are on the records of the -instances.- --- -- .-.. -- Mmie thin >ratli'ii or ii/lrf.f..r"'/'ply the kInd of tobiKxo smoki-il sl !'lliithl. but you'll appri-ciuto the \"t' 1.. ;

Thai would mean the best steaks under German police for associating withmel'i'unll. \VORTHINCTONVorthington : or U'npn >."" travel remarkable full-boiluM-mildm-ss aiul l smooth refreshing ; .

the present unusual conditions, .\ have been read to the congregations R. J. Reynold* TobaicoCo.WinitonSalem flavor it provides Camels are n ciKiirette: revelation) i

[ could be retailed in my opinion atI at Sunday morning church \ Aug. :J'J.! -:Miss! Dell "I. I N. C. Camels win you in so many new ways ) They not only /
services. In other villages the
20 23: cents pound and of practice Puke the JIIP't! of Miss: Ethel
I about and a was smoAc without tiring ourfare
to liberally >
in 1"1 permit
"
of posting the girls' names' you
cuts at 15 cents Friday night anil Saturday.Joseph 18c a package
[ course the cheaper Williams .
uftertuste
\ leave or unpleusant -
public places was inaugurated. sonic business .' but no unpleasant cinuretty
[ and less. I Williams made a odor ) t I

"The cattlemen are anxious to Bell time ago. trip to Gainesville Tuesday.Mrs. \ cigaretty :

tto butchers now because of the high The officers assert that blacklists of W. Williams left Saturday for \ \ Compare Camels with any cigarette t

f price of cows.: If meat were retailed) tlie girls' names have been prepared'and Parrish where she will spend l a few in the world at any price Yau'll **
would nre being I kept for future u ( at the prices I suggest people days.Inmnn. prefer Camel quality to premiums n Li
,
the Americans are pone.MKXICO i'"
who has been employed
cat more meat which would mean _. Harrison
( - or cifts) '
--- coupons !h
more hides to supply the abnormal ) in Valdosta! Ga., is I spending n

demand. l'hil.houM tend to reduce : \ orsTs imirisiiOFFICIAL few days at home this week.Messrs. .

the price of hides and therefore t-hoea. .FROM. : I.KCATION : Summers! and Monroe; Yarborough .'. ;,.
,. f
And in addition increased consumption : and ;Minors Georgia Yurborongh > ,,
'
of Florida meats would reduce Washington! Aug. It!.-;More friction and )Dell\ Duke attended! \ prayeVmeeting a g I .'' :.I.t.

the price of western and surely make between Great Britain and Mexico : nt Sardi* Thursday, night.Mrs. lit .B .a P w'. ; ,
,
some impression on the western meat has appeared to complicate the : Wiles Duboxe and :\11'''. J. V. I.' !. "

prices. Mexican: situation. Britain's last remaining Johnson were guests at the home of 'i .

"The trouble with the whole scheme diplomatic representative! in ;\11'''. W. Williams Thur ,lny. I f.I' f.('

of high prices seems to be that nobody the ;Mexican capital William Cummings Jo..pph'ilIinms' made a business "

will start a reduction. Just asa in charge of the archives! of trip to Starke Friday.Mrs. .)

start on Florida beef make its influence the legation there has been ordered : J. V. Johnson and, (children of I .h\.hI \

felt favorable I believe starts in from the country by the mandate of Sanford are visiting her parents :Mr., I .hl l .

other lines would do the same." Carranza. The action amounts to the and Mrs. Wiles Dubose.Clarence .

--- --.---- practical deportation of the Britishrepresentative. Scaff returned l Thursday

HIGHLAND: Britain has! never recognized from. Gainesville!L. where.1. he has. been I ii

I l the Carranza regime. In a for a tew days timing leacner-g examination. --- or j

Highland AUI!. 21. :Messrs II.L.\\ strict sense Cuanmings hu no diplomatic J. J. Colmm Incid 12 7 7BA. NOTICE! OF AI'I'IH'ATION H ll TAX I.t/I: : ulnrlj m-l forth to.wit .. Iho South half .

Kigby John Marr and James standing, although he has delivered :Mrs. W. I. Roberts and childrenlire A llnr.on ilo 18 . . .. . _. .. 2"5 Hfi"f<> ,I I'Mil-It KM LAWS: TION OF FI.OKIKA>F < ,IIAI'TF.K |1 ..f(Vrtillrnlc Niirlhonjit No'uunrlrr 4 ondirnc* Hiinlh. < balf of No..h'I. '
. 4HHH,
Jacksonville from the British spending a frw days with relatives .1. N. HoUKlmw, do 'B -- ... South half, S.In.. Ti> 4. R. "
visitors to quartor .
.71
pard were communications .1. W. MurKiin do 1 ._ __ : N'.IUiIK horoliy uiM . ._.. H.3: It 1T2 K ir>'J armi, i'
Sunday. government protesting! against the here. C.; W. Ilinnon. do I u..n. of. Inx rrrliuVnliNo '. ihil.-il 'iho2nd I .
here Saturday llrndrnrd Co llnnk loan R -. . ..--.. BO.Oll A D IIH7. him, nii'd laidrlinciitc :
:Mrs. Gracie Nichols and) children mistreatment of British !subjects anlIntel'I'tK. Charlie EdwanU was 'II M linwlllm r.-funil on la.... II . R.t 7R | r.- day of in July tnv nirici*. nod I luu* innde' lippllctillnii I IVrltllcnt": No 1(11ml;iinrtor>rnci-a A tho Hiiulh Simlhwealiiunrlor ::: half: :1
Nnrthwcat
.. 0Krndford of" <
.__ SO.6
business.J. _. ;
severaldays on II C rlhermnn IncM' 8 n. IHHUIin. nccnrdnncc
;Maxville died ti L'
visited friends at I for tn> if, Houlhi-aKt fiuarter.Hoc
..___. 40.00I. Northwont uunclor'
lust week returning here Sun II. Oowling and l wife, of Raiford, Cii Hunk lonn. .II II! n. ".....,< r, with Inw Snld, i-prllflciitt',. i-ml>rncen tho folloMlnu !- I..r u Tn 7, .".. It ,211 ,K. <" l acroa, nnniVRedJanien : t (,
tonphlnii n.
I.. I.. Illupkhurn xitiiiiteil. in. llradlovvlnu \
J. diKCrihi-d pi-iipi-rlv
;!' day. CAUD OF THANKS re visiting their daughter' ;Mrs. B. Kul.v. K.lrla, do n. . .. .. -. inn.(10NOTHKHF 1ft.110 ib-HCriltod' |,rnpi-rlv nituntod. In Itrail- ClarkI'nloKa "ill.I, rirtiflrntcH, "hiill bo, ri'dovnie,!

Mr. Burton Wimberly returned to Robert) *, this week. W Hulioio rfpnlrn r .:..- I fi.nl oiuinty. I t I,11III In. wllNiirtlullHt nrrordiiiir to Inw In* doml, will ,laioie thrrvollon 1 1I
,
,. the friends whoso - " - -- '. 'IM.I. tjimrti-r' of. N..rth".1'r the ur.ll, .h.y| ,of A".I. A II 10UI.WltnoHR .
:Madison Tuesday after We wish to thank ( ..,,1 S II 111 I E I
; his home at I Ni.rlh of ,Ulvi r. H.Iu:I Tp n. ofrtclnl alirnnturi< nnd anal .tbla
,, a -hcirt with relatives here. kindly! extended I their help nM"" Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days I I I !:!I"' licri-w tin'" ;'Jml I dny my of .luly A n. lull

WimlJl'I'! Miss; Winifvc.l sympathy to us during the' sickness i PrujUl.HM rrfnntl money If PAZO OINTMENT fnlltito ATPI irtllON KOH TDKF.n: : 'IIIrnlil IIIIK! h.-lim. iiini-Hi.,1 nl tlio, dnti ofIhi W. T WEKKH.Srali : : .
MrH.: C. ) : i : Pri.irui.in4; Pllmliistn I ,Uminnro of Hllrh ci-rllllrati. > in the liamuof Clcra.lly .
hl.Ju'difr' and) run* liihlnu. (.luul. rii-t"tin4 I "f KM-IIIIN N ( IF I IIM'IKII I (
;Mis Ethel Rick. and death of our flfIIKI.FK I MlUt I Unknown WKEKM.MlIK : I .
t.n.t
WIIII"I'IIIlId! i," .. vi-i It"I'll 1114' 1'iU -. v u 'nn K A
.'it.y, ,. ,. " " ", I !\vI"W': : : 1".I..r.1 1'iilo,ti unlit nortlllcnti', ahall bn redi. >#in.dncrnrillnic I ""I'"ty ('" .k.
Tues mother. ;
in Jacksonville : I C 7.2ft.al
wenhupping N ,, ,,'. | h-ril I> I .to Inw. I lux, iln-il, uill IKKUIthinott
. ,
J. I". Drew and\ r'arnily.I --- -- .- -, -- "T.iirrlii.-'T "f Inx riltillrnto\ No I'll, italoil thel on. 'lh> wth day it !Si"plonilu., r A I I. IIH1IWlln I
day. .- ---- ___M' ..... "... ..w. KOH l'I'lIIlrTln ,; "'",.1 ,l I"v ..r .luly. N II I''IV hnn flli-d .nlilroriiilinto H. mv olTlrliil ..i.nnliiro. anil xi-nl thin K: IT M'l'l \\\\10'1/ I'f'" \ HI-KII':
Win II. Ilud-on, of Jacksonvillepent .. f n < iri'inl, I'ntirt.. Still, ,c nf. l-'luritln' Kivtith.liitlicinl : In my nirico. nn.l IIIIH. miuliin, .>pllcnliii'i I Hi.- Mh ilnv nf Aut'iixt.' \ II I'"'' IT Mil-It HI I HUM" H OF I II \ ClrltIIIIK.
I I n n early date. .. in < htmn ...,.01 I to IHKIIIin. nrronlnnnvilh '
.on.y. d ,
Mr:\ or'''" Hrtdirord for Inx W T WKKK8: \\VM III- UllKIIHNollco "
hi 'IS.-UH
:Sunday' with < parents, ;\Iills.lia:. Colemnn left few dI pirlirtnitiimlirnri"4, thifol- : ,
I I u r\ 'i\ Snid Ch-rk Circuit ("..,,,1. llriulford. foiinty.rla' In hi-iibv HIM n. that .1 A Mnruan.PurrhiiHcr !
and :Mrs. Henry Hudson. for Jacksonville where she .I' \ C.; \ nitrfii.Cotniitiiiniinl. I lnwlitkdi-.rriliod iiroiu-rtv xituntrd. In Itindfiuil Hv it. A WI-KKH I ; of Inx. rcrtllWnli.\ No :'11. dated Ihit'nd ..
T. I. Southwell; of Jacksonville, I ago ,i-oimty. Florida lowltS : H-R-rt I liopiity Clorkvoru dny nf .1 "Iy. A. 11 1111'h.... IH.-d aallcorliflcnd1 I) "
visit. her Mrs.; Klzie Kerne, Nortlu-nM. (|unrtor ARn
sister I !' <"ilirntit II"nrl.- of In my olTiri', nnd, hut made application ""
waa business. visitor here Friday. .tarn Kniorv Harris, of Ttelninrp_ N' I Mntan". .i Itnlf of Roiithwi-xt (Junrli-r of SoulhrantOiintur for lax ditil' In IHHIIO In nccnrdnuruwith r: .
lit' ', lli.fcndantli : A rail llnlf of Nnrlholtat Ooartor ufMori K OF ri FiiiiiNI. ; embrac .. thr f Nlowintr ..' :
visited friend OFt Hnl'l rorliltcnlo\ > oJ
; ; iht ith"i Inw
;Max Wimberly (, Saturday here i n, iipiu-nrlim, >>y alTlda, it appended' In thelull In nut Quarli-r. N... 5. TI"| 7. S. K 'J'' R.so : (' F INiovor. mnyor. of Htnrke, Florida deacrihi-d iroii>rty. aitunteil In Itradroiil r.
Archer Wednesday.Rev. J lav filed I Ih. almvc-alatod ciiui.1' that Alma .. liv virtue, of tho nnthority. \t..1) In me byInw | '"
Mr. find! :Mris. Carroll in ""If' I county. Florliln.. tii-wll : .
defendant. therein nnmed. in nninronlilrnl anti-n-n-d nt .Ilii* d'tti* rtftho I ilo hereby cull nn i-lectloti to bo hold ntIho I
Link :Moseley t filled his regulaiappointment PI'Cw'j[ \ii.lr.-u. I he 1'ho NHld land hoiiiK Minilhoaiit (Jiiniti-r of Houthwoat Quarter HIof .
_
jut Green C'ovc anil herrtiMilenre thuiimillnYd
Springs are of the atalo of Horliln. iHHtiHnco of Hiiuh ccrtifirnto In tho nnmvof : Town Hull In tlio aforonald town by lift nnil 1A In SW Cor ofHoultiwoat .
at the Highland J Baptis'church ,.8*: Drew's father John Drew.m . ,m unknown unit thnt there ,ia ni per.mm .Inmoa ClarkUnlfHN votorii 'Ibereln. *.m railway,Ijunrter acrva.nf MiinthonRt tjuartlfr, ito .
and undny.R. ,. In the "Innof Klorlda that I hiaorvleo Hnid cortlflculr MhnM IH* ridoomedilerorilitlir M-lSll\V.! : CII-.l-TF.MIlElt, : II. llllll 'j'';
Saturday eir v Ti. ,H K 21 2 E 110 acrea.Tho .
::11. 7.
; W Anill
: IInd11'" defendant. 0,1.1,
. rQY' ."IIt,.. I nf Ruhpoenn wiiulii bind .nl A. Jackson was a visitor tStarke < ..,,, .. 1. .t.h' n nt twenty-one ,...... it l ltherefore I. lo law. tnx punmae aaid hind tii'lnit nRHeaard at the dlitw ,.. the H. ll'lfl.
IIHiyim. I' l I. nice A.
Kundel.. .Incoli llonnett.' over dofinilnnt Hi.lh, dny of SoMomhor. CI-CM I II the' iHaiinnco nT Much certificate In tho nanMiof .f
W.rlrownlw. ordered. that nald. nim-realdont .i-al thin I
Saturday. S. A Unladen., W Witno.. my olTirinl Hlirnntiiro nnil fin.' Mayortliio I .
Brynn. Walterllronku. hi- and In hvrvliy rwHiinil to nnpi'iirti A ,, A II. I'M'!. I ClerkIno I M Hrlalow.I'nloHa '1 1I
II I. "Hi. Mh. dny of ",1. I anid corttnVatiT ahall ho. redottninlncrordllitf '
c'uyler Cannon made a trip to Law- AllKrtCanon. lhi> hill "f eumplnlnt niril I In unlit rnniiion. (Soali. W T WEEKS.CNrli : I ( Mnritlml anil, CulIiTtfir.Two \ I died, will inane thertiolion l'
of Novi'mtrr.A to law mx
C tn-foro. Miniluy.. I hi3nl iliiy Bradford' n.mily., Fin.lly Aldcrmon.tine .
or
Court.
tey Saturday.Mr. C. 1'. Canova. J. F.I II. Itllll.! othcrwlHi> tinnllriditiiinii of Bnl'l Circuit K. A. WF.KK3, Aaaeaanr.fine 'tho IMh' dny II'I': rlopliimlier: : :: ;: \ H. aeal 1910.Wltnoaa .thlaIho II
of oI..r'n.l.ant. Hiiriinturo "
: and ;Mrs. Clarence Hudson, "P. E. Campbell. K. T. hill will |I.> tnkon nM ronfrmii'il. liy Kiiid ... Iiopuly Clerk I II. Treaiiiirpr.Inwrn'Ctoni I my .
nova. .r.t I I 12th day. of A""".,. A. I>. lltl!). .
West Jacksonville! spent the weekend I Cri-w.. A. S. Colley. J. K.Crutchftcld onliTfil. thnt lhl. nnli-r. INpilh, I... ___ I of anld oloetlon : 1-'. I' Shllffiir.T (Seal I W T WKRKH.Clerk : r: 1\

'with relatives ffit A.l. S. 11 Clark.he.... ..C.V H.. .lI.n.. It. '"In. IIn.furl. hi-r n "...... ..._._. ..._......... ......._._..._......1... ..... wno.-. "..- / I N K. n"rh'k. .lilllnn I'ook. I Circuit C,.nirl. llrndr.rd' C'''''My. Flu.lly .
Can"'n. ; o-Pv. F. in Rrnilfonl ('..un'v Ti-llFimnih. n niiwwr OKDKK FOR 1"'III.I'ATln'lI" In tmtimony whereof. I horeuntu aulmcrilioluy It. A. WKF.KS.Inputy: : .
Gadson Griff was a visitor to Law- I'nr.vn''r., IJ. P. f) (hi* inililinlu-il ''n nlil eounty nnil ntHli-. Clri-ult f niirt. Hlnte' of Flnrldn.' Ftghth.liiiliilnl : name, and mime the aenl of the mild town 11.15.1. Clerk.NOTH .

toy Saturday.George (lul...... J.1.. r..I.. L. A.I'nrhy. Thl.u.1 Idth. HUD. WKF.KR. ( Irrnlt llradford. ('..lInly.-In < hanrery. I to bo: hereunto alfiNod( thla Rth ilny nf Auwtlat, i, -'- -' --- - - -- -

ProHcott returned to CamrJackson A M. tlavl.I..vr.. W.I'erryl'nI. E.I..wllnl Sen!11 W.rirrk T Tirciitl,, r.nilly I.In. Millnua. Ci.mtil/ilimnt. v. J J Kililliiii. '' I'i I ti C P. IIOOVEtt.'Hinli (; I E: OF APPI K' \ noFUI/ T\X I>FKHI
Monday after spending a .. J. R. i R ,\. WEEKS.Ihputy: DifondantH H-H-rt Mnyor of ttlarko, Fla.NOTI'KOF I Mil It M-l IION.. a OK I 1\1'1 r KlaaM.
( <. II. M. ri>r I I\WH OK Fl OKDM.Ihri .
day furlough here with hiifather F.flwnr" lv nfllilmlt "1'1"l ndi-d t" th"
thirty : .. W. f'. Edward.. W. M. n K' KNIOIIT.Solidilor '. I.ill fi'iMl nnponrini'' In tinnhoM'Uiti >l rauxo Hint .1 ..1.KihhnuH. APPIICATIOV; I <>K T\X III MlI'MlMt by n.tii.i H Ki"on llmt. A / Adktrtel
uL'JlNOTK niimbereil
J. S. Prescott.Messrs. irrhni-r.. of tnx nnlo ci-rtillrntiH
f'nI'l.mrlniiumt. ''
... ... .. J. W.Fnlrh. di-fi-ndnnt Ilii-n-in niiniod In a roiilr HUTION/ OF t IIXPTFIIIHH4.
Jim : tho poitlvi-ly 116. I"'". I'l, ro. and .'.: luaiied hy II
and .. -
; Nelson Prescott F --- --- -- - , of 'h.. State of Horliln. and t" a realil.nl 1' I. \HS OK M 111(111 \ '
f'vrnnnd... R. S.I'ru..mnn. If'ITltI'II'll"/ 'f \ llfKH1'NHIlr ': | 1,1 the Tax Colloclor fur 1 Kradford. ( '''''''Y. KlorIIn -
E. K' tlY1'1'1 and 1 roneoalahim'If r' Kmtor.purchniiir .
J. W
Rorlila thnl
of ,
.la'ksonvi1lIondny: nf I hiHtato N.iliciIn lieroliy itlven ,,,
Carter went t<> A. fl. f'rull.k. .,. tJ.I'ul.h. SffTIHN S11 UK Tin: that of Kiiliioona| ran not of tnx certificate No. 12ft. dnleil, th2ml Snld r'-r'illciiti-H' lilt and l I.u IH-IIIIT datd -
f'lorrld. J. B.lirllrln. HTATI'TKHNolln : no iiroctmii Iho' 4lh dny of Kept, A. II. I'llfl. and rerlillinloa -
for a few days' visit. C. A. I.KM rll\l. and. over the aice ofIwontvonfr A II 1"17. h.1",1. inlilcerliflcai <
G .nil... thnl W. r F..mlor.l.urrhnrcT I,, rvod upon him ui dny' of July 4'l. M. anI I 1'2 hoinir, dnlod the 2n,'
l I. hi-nliv that I
--- --- It IH (hon-foro firderod In iil7ici., and, him made. niipllenllon -
O. J. ilnl.-.l th- yi-nrn my A. Il 1117 and haa Hied the aal'1eortillcati
/Jrllfln. ..! ci-rtiDi-nto NoI" I dny of July.
J.
T. 1111
.nid .roaldfmt. defondnnt IH* and In hereby mMniri'l for tnx .Irod .to. INMII, 'in ncoirdiincewith
nni'l .
: Hlol I madu application
CEMKTKKYORKINfi Imn in office nnd hail
) IIIInyn. Uml ilnv >.if July A D. lilt' the hill of complaint, film. Hnld certificate oinbrnci, N tho r..l.llowlrur my
.... .1. O. Jlvmln"wa,. If. DIluli. rortinrtilfin my ofTieinnil, hi* mmli npnlirtititn to apliear, to the 1.1 I Inw. 11.1.r..1 for tat deeil t.. laaue. In accordance
bofon* Mondny. Mltunli-il n -
N B. IIt.mlnl Thursday, the :JSth ''n -.I., i- the das' C f'. lI"r."rd. W. B.1I..rr .. Sniil i-i-rtiflcnlo i-mliruri-n the fnllowit the ffdiowlntr. landa In 1 Itradfor*!
lie 'inki-n aa eon- ( of Northea -
,, R. S.lIuffman. Itrndrnril routi' of nalil hill will North Ifnlf of Soutli lint Junr-r
lIuml.h '" nitiiHtcil In County.. Florida. aaiieiiNoil at the dato of theiRNiiance
set for clening the Bradford cemetery J. C. propi-rtv flofondant.. Hrc 31. '1'1' 6. S It. 22 K., Zcrea. <1 .
P. II.n... U. L.J I ty, Florlilli. tO'WltEIIKI f -HMl by aald t Ouarler, -*lrlhe of Ruch cortlnratoa In thn namca re.*
he nuhIlithid
interested come prepared of SollthwcKt Cimrtor It .m further ordered. that thin order .
Everybody: Iflllf of W> 1 Mnlf aiiectively, hori-lnaftor larticularly. aot forth
Bradford Church ""hn.. 1'01 I.. Jahn.. J.ttJ..nv. of HouthonNt Junrtor H...,. 1 Tl,>. ASH nncff a week for flvo ennaoeiltlvo woekam Raid' lan'l brinir aaMoNHod at tic, ilnte rf : towit.Cortlfirate, .
to work that day. Joha.on. CliitJ'nkin. th. llrailfnH) Oiunty Teleuraph.. a nuwapaper the 'Uauancir of mich ...,lInrn'*- In tho name
.. O. C. K I" .
!'J ncronThe No.. lilt .Mnhracoa fxit II of nlkI
.. ,\. o. Joh.... U..nJ..hn. Hnifl, Innil holnii MMHOHflffi] at the ilttto. oftho iiuhllHhml, In Maid flnunty ami State.Thin i>f (iiiknnwn.
.
.. S. II. John.. t;. )I.K iNHimneo of mieh c rtitlfliite In the nHmo of July Ulat 1DIO. I ''nl iia Nnld certificate ahall be r di .*mod a In I. T. A CO'R Add to Starke, .eaamMra <
W. I1 WKEKS.: according. l MICKIE SAYS "..II'r. J. Klokliler. J. F. Unknown.VnloM. unlil rortlfiento "hull ho roiloomoilacennllnir ,iv.ri,! Clerk. Cipeiilt Coiirclly the Ath. day if. September.'' A. !>. I nil.Witnimi I' ( No lao embracea all Sniithweetuuarler
"..... Ja. Sr. Kiokll..r. L. W. to Inw. tax ilopil will IMIIO thorvnn H. WFEKfl: mv otTti'lnl ulirniittiro' and ni-al thlaII. of. Norlheant imarter' N. of Ry-2* A.
.
",Ia. "nhhl. D. E.h. tho 22nd liny of Si-ntMnbor. A. I) I'D" Deputy Clerk ... rth day of Ailirmt. A P Kill I all Soiltheaxt iiiart. r nf NortheaHl f..rt..
."v.n.lroek. T :0; "nlllh'. C. A.L on Wlln.>.. my offielnl. "lunntiiro unit noil thitho < \ / Ad.ln.. Soll'ltor t'-r complainant.: iHoaii, w T WF.KKS.M : of llv _' A A r A In Nlrlh..0 corner nf
Auirunt. A H. lilt". RlBtNOTK < rk Circuit Cnunt Hrnf.r.l'' C..uon. Fin Mouth half of. Northeait '|iiarter of Sontheaatnunrirr
.. ?...'1"1. l"th ilny of I
"s NI'I. 111 'N.
\o\I I.. II E. 1.lm".u"h. T. N. W T. WF.KKS.: lly It A WEKKH, /t South half of .Southeast nuartt-r ofHoutheaat
\ N\\C."I $...... NI.. I" ""' '''' I ."", r".n.,....n.Ii. t. L.lon.. E.I..n. ,Senl. rlork Tln-ult Court 1-.-Bt. lieputy Clerk.VOTKE quarterr.. II, Tp M. H. H. 114 E..
60QQO\N '1"\ .. \ V L.w. D.I..n" rty B. A WKEKS.: K': OF APPIiriTHlV' KlH TAX I'.FII.MiKH ) I Mo ... aMae..aei| IFnknown.Certificate .
.
E" NIX GOTIfc.NPtO Woputy Clerk HH I TION a OK ( II \PTF.IOF N... 4'> ,-mhrnre Weal half tifWiet
P"' >ESSC'i'N"' .fa" \ f' Ji !ofI..II" 8.22-Kt. ---- ""'0. .' .".. .. FIOIIII\ OF APPI ICATIOV" FOR T1X IIF.FIIrsiiFII : half of Soulhweat nuarter of .An'knt.... -
COrAt 'feOUMO Aoo '" A E. )1',1. II. O. -- IttlAHIIf.enerat .N 'l.e i. hereby: irUon .i. tji' J "" ...rt'l HK TION "t.I'U 1C .|iinrt.-r. Hoc Zl. Tli II. H. It. 22 K: 10 "..*
lio"1 \I.., .I W. \t'tt. U. (I. KIMS Ptlll RY SCHOOL f>,ir.uer of la < r.-mnril<- N,, 2H. <'.". | \\\11 OK Fl IIUIIM a ReRRci| fi. W. Carter.Certificate I
"n .
OfC'N \t 'cixvjst 'Nit I..lth..w.. E :4. Mennlnl(. J. C. Hrhnnl rundC. . 5 "" to.- 'ith day of .Inly. A II Illl-'i. ha HiedKiii'l V..irbiTibv{ ui'i-n thn> W I I'o.l.rfiiiri1,11' , No. nl embrace, Nnrthweat iiuar.ter .
,. .,
E. OUR" 'l.t.a'. \I..ck.. M...... M"tt. W. F. A. Knitfht.' clerical work .-. 4 2n r rtlnrat- in my "ITIco. und han mndo' appllm'lon r ..! Iliv roctlflrale. N' I"I'll- il, Ihnd of .Hnuthcaat. .. of l..u'hw..1 iilarter.Sio. .
aurvicea
OON'T1"e" o. hoard nii-il ai'l 1".r.
Powell II ha <
8."III" I. C. . of .r"I..1 I'll'
\llIe'II.' .1. M. \tortln. J. .. ... . . fS" for ia' deed. tJ> liiiuo In areonlMnm.vvltH lnv 2/1./ Tp n. H I K.. II acroa. aaateae.1Koroal
fOUilSC. tI' IQ.! 0"\\ i.t) 1'4'' r. I'. D. lIn.r. I.. J:. P. M. Padiielt ilo.. . 1 "" law Maid rertiflrato embra. H the fnwifiir |- *-. rlin. ni in my nlfice. and hni made. aiipll- flooher.Certificate. .

"'4 o. a.'a... '. ir 11 ",n. C A. lIIuon. flen., T B Pnopell PlnhoUter Incidental do . . ITTH )I., dowerilx-d tirotH'rty Militated. in Mrad- ciiin.n f.r ln- dud t., INMIIO n accordanceviili .. tho foU No. 12 embrace Northwest n'la'ter -
le III.n., 1'. S. E.: R. imUrvE . . . . t Iron no'ifi f. r-l .. R. Ponpell ltuiitd In nradf.rl
E:
P 'inflfl -, inian-1 of. north-v,.t ii'mrti-r, et- !I..winj', il KCrlhod | roperv III E.: HI acrca. Unknown.lnlom .
.11!! tmvollnir oxpenMonnrv ..
. ':r.I t c.I'.k. R. I'OPD* tenchlnw. : : -
: :. .1 h \ \ Rover* - . .ir.nov 311 't ()uartir. of Northentt CJnnrter' ASonha > ..I.m.
H. R. 22 E. aurra'II
rH., ,
.
r L Peek. J. L.I'aev. fii .lo rol dn .u.u.u. '"' >l Ouarter. of Northwot tiarter A arcordintf to law. taK deed will hiaue ..
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I'oppell. E. R. MmM" .Klnney ilo .. 'II'< nald land helnir a.Heid at tho 'into' nfih. W..' Half of W..I Ifnlf of ,."lhw,-.' (Juar.lor on the 2Mb nf Auiruat. A. fl. 1019.Wllneaa .
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f..I.. II ( I'o..n. Wm.1'lIlIh.m. H H Terry iln . . .. I ron. nuance of mieh eertlflcnto In the nam of Smith nit (Juarl.r. Syr. 12. Tp II. S. ny ofnclal. aliinature and Real ttlia) t
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Dollar P-klllnif ilo .. I the 'jjnd day of ,. A. fl. 1910 '
D. P. ," n" r" ) Clayton. If *" E.: ln aoroa.Th" Jil t
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101It Kulo noiiiria* ." "" .1.! .. *ald I errMnrnti"hnll he n i.nld land Iwfntr anMei>ffi| at *h<> dnlof W. T. WEEKS.'Seal I
Irh. S T IIoblnlOn. J. C.It'h. T.orin'l'imon do . .- ..-- 4" "n 'iinir, to law ta* di-ed. will, iMiue thereof the ix ,unneo nf aiich certificate in the nam I r
J H. I Jhertll. L. .. R-ilv "n.rt.h do .. In "" ,.i, -li 1 ,i IBth day of September. A D I"IB.men I i f lTnknownITnleint By 1C. \ !r'er.
IInbl..on. J. W.lIi.h.rd. MII.I.,,1! Stoke. lo M -. my official MlErnatim anil nral thla'I. certlHcnte Mhall he redeomi'dI'econlinif Cl. *.
""e'" I do . . _. .. 2. 5 Raid 1.21.& Deputy r
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U. C. kbod.n. J. r. Vyrtieo . t" (,,, "h day of Auiruat, A D. |1IH.iS. ,1i> law. tax deed will\ IHNIIO thereonn .
r'1 rhnneey ilo . . ... 250n I. ui. W T WEEKS. I I'm .ih dny of Septi-mber. A. Il Ill'i.WitniMf .
>111m,.. .. Y. D. I It I K.-ller HH-Uurn! ilo do . -" a5 \ !I..k Circuit C-'iiirf. Bradford, ('",,"t.. Via.Dy my fifflelal. m/nnliiro itidnl thlaIho Nfnif' K
I h. ". S :: r.i.: : W. I ft'il, -. R.V< ... doK 5 no R. A. WEEKS. Clerk. rlh dnv of Annual. A II ini'l'Seali Six after lal.- h.-r.f I will pat
. tii-p'ity m..nlh
:, (, F' I' If T' rry ineidontal. ex I1. ".'" > [ 11 W. T WEEKS; my and final' account to the Hon.'ieo. .
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I .. "mk Ii M. Bh"lf.r.SIriokl.nd. C ."" H \ r>"umrf. ri-fund on tuteiiPiii'lf'.nl "115.."- Cli-rk Circuit C.i-irl, llradf'ird Coiinly. ''aI'y ; A. flanllner. fi uniy Judir" of BradfordCounty.
. ,,' C ( ro Bunk interwtV . . K A WF.f' Florida' an.I auk for my final dlachanre -
T Ineld fowl" . NOTICE nr.IM .A.11': .-.-r.t. riepnty ClerUNOTirs of the eatate. of 0.
Hull admlnintraior
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I.t .1 I ", .m.... E MI" Ti. prlntlnirS 'I '" i *.'- | > la hereby irhvn that the lionnl of .
\ Tt-- ,." I ( -i/rni| ter Newaom dee fni.lThla
". r. .I 0 ,, T..I., n mrid, 12.. ("I I r'v ."mmlul"n... of Bradford county.I -- : l ih.day. --j; luly.;;' I'H .
t1I 1. III,,. n rid, I !n HI loll I to the hlvhMt' anil bout bidiinh 'i rtf A.f'rllr"TIU IIEI.D N' U. WAIVWRIflHT
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I I duor In Ntnrke, OF II \ I'T..II .
I .I"hn I I, |)ouvl. 'd.( '. rnvf '- at tho courttiouii* 'I 1'NDMC PM riOV II f T.ll.flmn*. .\ilmlniatrator.SOTICB .
I WII .' Si K, .... I .! t '. mn.H I In' n AVptemlK-r I. II9! at II ..'.Iu..k' 44"". I.AWH OK MOIIIIM.rlrchy .
,no f: Whllr. 0 W.II \ nlnneh* i -, ,, -. "" follnwlnir ptfruinal pmpertyn I notice ,II vlven that A % \ilkln --
f: .: WIU.m' I I. r..mlot tI .1! 'if, miilra. two itoubl* wiKona, I ean- |.|irrhn.er nf ta* mite ef-rtiflcatia niimpemdrianoetlvely
II lI"n. " Will.. J. rII. 1 ,f John. .. ,nd one ",rut".. n\mn\ all toola holnnic- i and l'iI l"furd hy lh. Ta" roletoi 1 I. moniha after late ht-reof f will present
. W T W"II. \ .: *. .t| < ,. Hi, I . d oonvlet _po '<- nf rtrudfonl County, Florida" aajil op.tlflefitta my voin-hen, and final account to the Ran.'Ino .
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II ,. ''I ".11... I .. la will he rxelted l for the hir. of hi-lnir dali-i 2nd day ofInly" A. II.I''IT ; 1,1: nor. County Judtre of rl.ra.lfor*<
I ,( ,, chI :0; r. Whh.. .;. T. ,,, nvtoto! of >ald county to January t, \ \' nnd haa fllrd mild crrtlflcitti'a In my ofnceand County Florida. aa>l aak for my final dl.
II" W I. .k.. I< \ ..,., "I T. Funtlt. haa mad.* ai, ,ulleatlnn for tat nveil tobiaiie chanre a* .tI..lnl..t. of the eata*. of J.

1\1" .J W \ . \tcKmneyI' C. .\. RODKBT3.rvniman : In accordance with I.... The .,,1,1 eer* D f'adtr'ft. .of
I y I "t-.rn.h dn 21 .. .... I of Hoard nf County Cnmm..l"n.. .... *'lflcati-N ri-RpeotlM-ly emtiracea the fnllowlnirInri'ti TMa 'I'lth' day nf Vae \ n "illafDNY
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ri"I'\\j1 eaa81' to Jackson! I. :" Mt in rtrnK'.r | C'.unly Fl'ir a'" !
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRII>A Y. AUGUST; 22. HUI
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-- .- -- .. -u nice- supper was served. I pleasant time. u few days with relatives] In Jackson- I r r and". Adn came to the door nc I-no

Hampton I sihool. will open September I Icuiry I Dowlmg) of Lake Butler was ville. young/ man romplotpii) ) his tusk ''in

-..----,.., lot, Every patron of the M('hoolis a weekenllU.'Kt of his daughter, I I| the tlllolp> Inside was n steamIng ''yI .
u invited to l he present, as well the I :Mrs. B. L. Duke.) I I pot and n plate of 8and\\lii) .M ',

public< generally.I :Misses Rhoda Thomas, Pearl nail Substitute for Tooacco. I young man dispatched' thim.) ... I n I u 0\
Item? 1 I ,' sihool trustees are to be congratulated ;Minnie Green, of Brookcr were the Throughout tin- impli',' I Oi.int' :" the Zest! that showed how uiuih he i it j
Ii County News on their selection of teuch- week-end guests of :Miss Gertie Par- cnt"'.-" niploy II Mibft'lftifi.. tin I tobacco and nppreeluted I t the lu nth.

: i.,rs for the Hampton s hool. Prof. :' consisting' / of n slice nf nrlcnpnlrn "I noticed' n ('IIr,111I, the wind( 'If
holds life certificate 'i'lh.Ru"sl'1 nut wrapped, In betel loaf lldvoreijwith , I snld. "You have
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II II Wiggins a and :Julius I'jirri.sh visited room for n i t tjou If
IUr..tlng F.ct. CatlvercJ During' the Wwk br Our I and has had eighteen years experiencesa near llrooker! Friday returning Sat. t a 'line I limn I riindo of native t senshills would. take n lionu'loHS. f I'.

Regular Correspondents.KKOOM.U !! .1 t"lwher.1: Wiggins taught in urduy.B, and colored with carmine. quo) myself and.! lie charge H modem. '. i this school' !several yearn ago with 1'1'mal'kllble F. (iuincy was!'! a business visitor !'! habit t I Is 'universal I I, especially> with the be Kind; / ] to stay' here. I have.. t I"", n
: success. The pupils u.t well)] to Dukes) Saturday. women, nnd sellers' of "hotel' en t" may each .day,, enough to carry nip !I. t

-- ai the patrons are delighted ut his return Jesse Gainey left Saturday, for Center he seen uu many of the street corners won't leave you In the lun-h us t.pay. t., "Ie

; I'' home last week. :':' The assistant teachers have I Hill I where he bus socu roil a posi- In Saigon and other. cities of IndoChina. ." is ;cI

t: Rev. M. A. Woodard of Dukes, will both had experience) and have' both tion. I "Oh would! be glnd to trust v.... ..

Hrooker AUK- ..Th<' mi','ting ,Mil, his letfiilur appointment here next woiked in our school previous. to this :Mr. and, :Mrs" B. J. Thomas :Mr. - - /Bald; Ada, nail. Bruce' nrrnnged/ t..;, .
I which was, cuiiclu'Lul-- .t ,Hi"I, mi,,*iol1-iary / Saturday and Sunday)( at the FreeWill teim. WP arc looking forward, to the and, :Mrs., Alfred, Thomas were guestsof come u roomer In the house nnd( '" n'
I Kev Kidenour: Un'ptist hul'ch.vl'l''hocly: in- most successful term of school that relatives in Worthington Thursday, out to seek new! work. That OM.,
I'.nitiHt: chunli l by : '*
of C llinl'* ] vill(', mill Hi" Knur, of.i.'w':. ',, vited. old Hampton has ever had.J. combining pleasure with business. A True Friend he divided his day's earnings nil' '' i :
1 j' Uivcr, last we..k) i-lo-eil/ ) (! I inlay nhchl.j,I :Messrs. Allen, of Jacksonville! and P. King, of TheresHtt was n pleasant I :Mrs. Amanda (Gainey, who has been ahead for half ti week's room n i, M i<-

t I Much interest I P VMIiniiiiifiiluil, i i ,Kelly, of. .Kuiford_ were.. ..llere\ .last. ..week L ,, visitor to Hampton :Monday visiting her daughter Mis. Fred :\feKniA'nt carried 1 In some fuel from the ". ,, K this series, of meelings.MM. / I in the interest 01 Inc .iiutuui unu mxuiance : Rev T. L. 7.. Hnrr and wife from I of Little Springs, has tcturned shed mu nil>l seemed happy' nnd,) ,'..It'i ililt' n.I ,.

,)*r S. V. Andieupent )pnit of (So. Dnde City were in our twon a few I home. By ALVAH JORDAN GARTH I, to (find himself under' n licoof. ".] .

hint week in Kniford) K cst of her I.eon CunninKham, of Kllington: hours! :Monday. They were on their I :Messrs< p. P. I Deklc anti F. I.. Drnw-) lie frankly told, hK stnr.v t t", \

brother.) I Miiiney (Cone.Mrs. spent Sunday here with friends nndrelative's. way to White Springs to attend the cI I', who have been quite sick! for several '-. ai 'I'\'"' i o'fl n wjinderer, fm M \ ,
I lie was accompanied home i I Iliy finieinJ of I Ro', "'. !Burr's father. days again able to be ,. lie recited. .
; : i 1'1.: Hiii-eCnot und ilniiffhtcr, i are out attending .4 tli IIIIIIU Illlll I tills llOU O-'Please I Iphiiso 'Qinu'retIed with, II i

: I nm, spent last wi-ek, in Plant City Carl Lewis ;I JI. S. Wniren, of Stnrke, 1m- rcn'litlv to business. 1 !" (her and. made, a fool of tnerally. \ >, _
4. \ 0 i-iilinwt relatives.I.IP I I ..ouuillorj.'lIn! : \ was in Gal nosy ilit'I:I mined in the cottage cnst of .1. I D. nnd W. 1//. Pvimos!' of Woith-) A Klrl nlm Inn I Jnut ,entered] nil oil. I'm wiser mm, an
Hyrd.- of Tuinpn, was in here Wednesday.Mrs.! I the school house, owned by Rev.Rnwls. ington, were business visitors here nml went I lut'r-ltjutt'ui, 111 ta trl' cOllie running home n week ago telling: the i"

j :Sunday' moiniiiff.Alk'ii :M. P. Matheny und 1 two sons, : Pi d idny., out agaIn to Us front doorway I'm expecting, an 1111"" ".' un\u i
Green; of the I'me Hill Ipc, >al- Itch" > \\'as up' blight ami i ,i n .

t Ian, was in UrookiT :Monday nfter1101)11 her .sister l\I I'll. I Koy Godwin, of Pine Springs/ Sunday. Brooker Saturday. lag cry. :She: thiow, out her, haniHpleadingly next morning.I / I He I laimm' I I I
'u Hill. Mr. nnd ;Mis." T. L. :Murphy were Cecil Robertof: Luke Cutler was In n }'oiing man passing! lIu1Ihl"Ioe.1/ . \\lth I lh> i.v i -

:S.: V. Andieu motored" to Waldo on I H.: U. Andreu, Sr., was transacting visiting friends, and' relatives] nt The- here on business Friday. along the street. It WIIH snowing cleaning 1 the garden" \< :ii iU.!i a i
:i Wednesday nit,tEn I ng.T business' Alnthuu Tuesday./ resin Sunday. Mis." P. 1' 1 Dekle visited relativesin steadily I a nil ht t' earrled! n Miovel over dampened/ .. piipor''' In his hand.

f T? Jiio. Shriver spent Sunday with Ills' I lieAhernathy' spent Tuesday in :Mrs. W. U. :Middleton] of Stark. Lake Rutler :Monday.Mis. . one shoulder, Ills o\ercoiitlcns figure "I think I hn\e! found MHII. II"IL I ,

". family, nl Kmgsley. / IIII(( i, Alailiun.Mrs. "accompanied bv her daughters. :Misses I : :Mattie nl'lwd3retul'ne- ,' :Monilay stisjjestlnif I II man nut of work, ii nil. Millie to .MIII, miss" he ahl' ni'l' ''I .\ ,
$:, i\li-s\ :Mae 'lemons., who has lieen It. n.: Osteen) and daujrhter' 1 Madge and Hazel attended church I from Alachua, where she had looking for the same. At once Arnold. uttered! a ,glad; cry as sK.| riM,',|
's attundmfr fcliool at Gainesville, is at Louise, of Plant/ 'ity, are here! visit nt Hampton Sunday. let visiting relatives. Bruce" t threw .Iom n Ills .shovel. nml lins- paper' to be. u document licuilngsignature / '

';tt o home and lief many friends are dot lag relatives for a few days. ltt'\'. Rawls. former pastor of theFirst Roland Thomas) of :Midway nail I tened. to tit purilihero Ada! \Vaynestood. ( of her father, turning' "\ r

t; liirhtod/ to see her 'buck. nunin. : II. :Malphuis spent the week-end. Baptist! church, wus in our town .John :Miller, of Worthington, were . to Itlchiird.) :M.irUmm: ( their little (n ;
N. I 11 .Johns, nf' New': ]River, was in with relatives nt Staike. Monday. business' visitors" here :Monday. "It Is my father !I" she fluttered. "I erty. Miiiklmm hud,, 1 evidently I, ho ,
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' o lien.Mond: :ly afternoon.If. I M. Lynn m visiting parents!'! in South :Mrs Minnlc' Weuthcrsby, who has loft him alone for half IIn hour, nnd himself dnzed wit h drink and hut'
f* (". Surrency. who has been vis.itiiiK Florida this week. I been" visiting friends and relatives ".\\\"fEYI.IIWtl' ': but now I found! I lilin i I Ijlntf I / (oil the floor dropped, tho )paper In his IiurihU,

In 1 Plant City, is here on a visit 1 L. Howell and mother were visitors here for some time, leturned" to her senseless He may/ he ""'11111" flight.
4 to relatives. to New berry last week. home Anthony Wednesday. I ', Aug. 22.-:Miss!' Carrie 0l'I'NtI''et \'- The joiini innn followed her Into J "I'm going to look Into' the claim of'

l.t'stcr Shaw left Wednesday. to visit !' I| (;. W. Lewis was M prominent visi- W. II. Burt of the Zenola] Produce : i i.s spending two or three n room where. us If slipped, from an that rascal when I get on my feet," declared
: points of interest in South 1"I"rioill. !i! lor to CiaincBvilli: first of the week. Co., was in town Tuesday.Mr. weoks in Palatka with relatives.Mis. ) iirmclmlr nt n table a white-haired 1 old 1 Bruce, and! that afternoon ha
ft'III 4t :Messrs. T.estcr Shaw, Lonni.101': -:' :Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby left last : Triest of Theressa, trans : :M. :M. Fryer and, sons Hugh tnnn lay upon the floor. Bruce leaned came In with a beaming face

4 /KIIII. I.V.. rmhoUtcr anti Kruiier I week for nn extended trip to Colorado acting business in HamptonMonday.was and, =Xt'vin" of Stnike, visited. friends OUT hi III. Then he cost his eyes at "I've heard, from home I" he exulted

.. Shaw motored to (;iiiineHville, Tui-silay. where they will visit their son, R. Mr. Ogden of Graham: was a visitor in I.a\-t'y SIIIIIJa)'. It will be lemembered : the table. Upon It was un empty "and everything Is nil right. They've

The little son of :Mr. nnd :Mrs.' .1 J. !1.1 j i Crosby. to I Hampton Tuesday.JOIIXS.JOIIXMIN. that :Mr. Fryer was principal bottle nnd two KhiAsivs, and! I'nIn
u I Iiooks!. ., who tins been dniiKClouBly ill, Tom I Dukes) of Lake Hutler/ was /a -.-.- -- ..- ----- of the Lnwtey High/ School] for two Ink. llrtire lifted, the senseless form of mine bus left me more. IJut I'm go
u .',f DM somewhat: improved. I I|I business vi"lloh'r,' :Monday., I I I I I :< ) tt'rms. ami while here they made many to a couth sniffed the nlr, nnd Raid : ing to conic back xoon. Shall I? To-
It ,\. 1 I'. and : fl lends und I their i visit I here Sunday "I 1 Je Is ,only ovm'rcome-hy, drink. I
II< Surrency dIlUjtht.'I'lj K :Messrs. L. :\fnl'lInlnd/ / W. S. Nabb to tell you hn1''e ,got:: nlong don't
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Veru of I'me I 111)I ) was a fuiewell visit. as they will I join should, lady." "
passed through/ were t l'III1KllctinjhWlinl'!'!" in Starke Fi\'(' :'01 ill'u 22lislIubd: : say JOUIK you see?
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0 't lipre 'liiursd.iy!'!. enrouto to I )"'d II II cometery. 'j I Tuesday.A. Johnson and J. Krneht .Inhnv Mr. Fryer in =Nebraska in a few days Tenrs came Into Ada's eyes "lie Ills eyes bore! n very earnest look

.' I I11' |I B.! Surrency wns a business' visitor quietly mnri'it'll at the home of wore the where: .. he went several weeks ago.Mrs. bins been writing," she said. "Some and. Ada( Hushed. lit hla word, mill man
:\t and I :\1""ii4. I I., (i i. I Ihilmso.) and I littli to Jacksonville lust week. Sarah, r liyrd: of Jacksonville, one brought Iii iii the cruel drink ho ner.1 And Arnold, Bruce ,
bride's 1 patents, :\1""'. and, :Mrs' doo.Johnson ; j did comebuck
Moos, Willaid and (;ieorge/ of the'I Dr. Tribble of LaCrosse, was! a pro. 'I' -pending: a few days in Lawtey nt louis kept uwny from FO IOIIK. Who lit the end of' n week u "
Wednesday, August 1 I\th.:! new Atnato -
i Miller section, were in our town :Monday fessionalisitor here one ,day last the. home of her brother. J. C. Byrd. could It be? oh lilY worst, suspicions I I Hruci',
I Hev.'oodII..I. of Dukes \ prosperous looking I nilbrighter )
officiating a
:Mr. and :Mrs.
I relatives i Stalling Peoples, ofJacksonville are confirmed. Itlchnrd Mnrkhnm has
I visiting week
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J I I I J. S. Forsyth nt tended the mural : _. _u ___ __ __ ___ Only n few friends. and relatives witnessed spent last. week nearLawtey been here taking /Ih'anlll/l/ of my nhst'tice "I'lithei" more I've cheerful than evr" ..
the : mjn got to
t'L'rl'monyfr and :Mis. si i
., of his I Ii lot. lie r, I Howard I I-'orsyth t who I lit:\lllONI Johns have II host of fril'n.l.ho wi-h at the home of :Mrs.I Peeples'parents , n,,") there Is no telling \\hut he ,down he suld. "lIe's going to gh.
:Mr. nail :Mrs Sam :Mnthis. "
1 died in Waldo, Sunday/ mn"lIinj.of has Induced father to sign.
them will make / me II hous-n aol u lot, nnd I nondervil, '
joy They their home I I \
: acute indigestion. The interment wan |i I'ltullbtoin. .\u;;;: 22.-John I.. Scot- in I I.ukDutll'r., W. H. Burt was transacting business 'Tuther )Fntlier, !I',she (cried touchIng jou would. come and help me out. u "
0 iTiinli in liryceville cemetery.fiooijre ten, of (:inmesville, was/ a visitor to In Island Grove: Thursday. his arm \chenienlly. "Has Hkhlird could make
:Mis. I D. I. Blume your father so ,
:Miss:' Josephine :Mrs.' comfortable
I Hiram I ,
(: who has I been I Hampton Bennett visited. relatives ] Markham "
Ciosby visit- Friday been here?
'I Illume, Mrs. J. II. Whitehurst and in Jacksonville. ( and I-I love you Ada, nnd I know
,I. Inle in Tumpii for the past two w"'k.1 ]fey: Ilendrix of Luke Butler, filled, children were guests of :Mrs! Dekle's) Louis Brown, Saturday.from "Yes lie came to see me he broughtme you would make the very best wife In
_; retuined home Sunday. morning.Kldon i I his regular/ appointment nt the :Methodist Thursday und. Friday. sonville came over some liquor, lie promised! ) me the world !I"
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I ,'. _. :_ : Baxter is employed nt Coin-! church Sundny. :Mr and, :Mrs. Runce Parri-h. visited and spent Sunday at the money !If I'd nl fn-" und! the drowsytoties
. ftf his\ nnvnnfaTi, : .*_. _nn.l_ ATra. ,. . - ., .
t;! ""i: <; I A 'surprise Surrency, of Pine Hill was in home of :Mrs. II. [Weest Friday .eve Rev I "VoiT father will be all right In a I I
'} day.Mrs. W. L. Overstreet tilled his
L } Urooker. Saturday enroute to Jncksonvillu ning. Those present! were :llisHesEth,1 : Ancd Pnrrish 'Is visiting relatives ular appointment at the Alachua r.It-1 I short time." encouraged. liruce. "Cnn "Fisherman's Luck"d'
Hunt Beryl Mullady Leona in Lawtvy. Later she will! join tist I be of any further assistance to you.
I :Mr. and :Mrs. A. A. church Saturday and, Sunday. :|I
Hazen and' :Mullndy Eunice Saxon Mabel Seals her miss?"
$ husband who has to Rod- :Mr.
gone
b' f children spent Sunday with !Mrs. llttz'n's 1 Ranee Johns, Willie Johns, Jim !Maxwell I man to work. of and :Mrs. Leon Hall and chddren > "I think not," replied Ada brokenly."I He riseth eary in the morningann

of'parents New River.!Mr. and !Mrs. I). \V. Kelly Lucian Johns James Studstill, :Mr. and 1 :Mrs. F. R. Drawdy Dewey Lnwtey, the Florahome first part were of the visitors week. to'i' thank you for your kindness.!! disturbeth the household.

I| VII I"III Wall, Percy Griffin Russell I Duke and' sister, Mae, spent several ;Miss' :Maude Overstreet visij | Arnold llruee left the house regaIned -
I ,. I MI'MH Oljtn Ward has been spending r>yal. The evening was!'! spent in social days last week with Jesse! Dowlmg. i I tor was a his shovel and went to the next He goeth to the fishing grounds
j to Jacksonville
.'ollnt ii few!sent days with relatives! in the conversation an.1lImel< nnd avery Mr. and :Mrs. T. R. Prawdy were I I II ;Mr. and :Mrs. John one day Pnrmenter last week.of t I fl.. c.T>........... u. La.fla.a.... ..... and sitteth in the hot sun all
y plcasnnt evning enjoyed.Mr. .. I Sunday of :Mrs. 65 mltorl.o.nn
guests J. II. White-1
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Sunday. morninir I|I near Law ley from Friday to :MOflday.i! il' Tl'l!,: CHI! I FCK: : IIP KNMNKKKIsr.: :
Eunice Hazcn, of Gainesville re- resin, were visitors to Hampton Fri- :Mrs. Carrie Blame, of Oknhumpka ;i I.ittk'IiH: rieo Byrd, of Jackson i JJ ft 1 ..., l III I M.K: t'nK TC tClfFitiiFipiei : He returneth at night, and the
I, tuined. home uiuluuy.v. day.Mrs is visiting relatives here. vdle is spending a few days at the I ,: I I Of! HR OF lttSINESShi.nklne.i is "
: II. not in him.
B'l'.st., who has been Jus. Johnson! and daughters. Nettle .
\ :\ I I home of her grandparents: and \ : I .XDtM. :: >'-Prepare fur all high m
spent' the week-end,' in spending a few days in fliiine.svillo: antI Julia] of linker I
: .
Staike with county attended : Mrs.: J. C. Byrd. Iii:: i i-I 1. -. 11(101. "It MMIIVMC: : ,\In.-F '
relathes.W .
I II 1. Andreii, of New River, wasin | returned:Mrs. to her home Friday. I the Johns-Johnson wedding here last'Wednesday. '' G.; \\'. :Mosoley went to Jacksonville! I 6] III L -( lliMif \Il'SIC-Pluno.: pip oD '' That's becanse he didn't buy his
Josephine Sullivan of Hampton << Frio laylIt.nry. I Special I .\ttentlo
town Monday hauling biuk.lOlla i is spending this week with relatives :Miss Delle Duke spent Kl'v'alla '< / J I JMJ :Ui; olllnol. i IIF FINE AUTS- fishing tackle from
I : :Mae I Ul'lw"f Jacksonvilli'!? .
A : I II:Ha/en who has been. visiting and friends at Therossn. | last week with her friend.. :Miss MaI spent 1 Priday. at the home of ;Mr. nn<\\ for Kiv';;fc"iErU."lhW.ffcW, !/ ] :" ,.l I? A"S? i
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Mnry :Shaw
or UII; ilH'\'ill, !
The monilHis
I. letuined of I the Christian WilliamsI I
j ; !linnie und I :Mrs l II R. Sapp. I nm ut It. I may u* uell clear your Lumber
Ihuisduy.laicinn i\' M'In"ml \\ ,it I" \ oil tilled bnsKot I Quigley & Supply
< \ IVwov Duke :Misses Elsie n. Odi ; !*. \\'. Leach. of .louu'k ille. little pntrh"
I : liaz"l1. : -o nv i wilillMIH" a
"n.1flll''in I i I I
who Jut'"e went to the bake uest t of 1 I
1,1Iu.:
Hampton '' '" Duke attended
-I' socialit "
: i h"11 atti,' i ; a ) "- Vl 'ltnl? to 1.IIwt..y til- of tb.. !lUt! I-wiinimot afford! began!
: inline sihool
,11 (inim.ville Thu..laaft..II..I". :Most l of th," .. the holmof" :Mr and :Mrs Wain Company
week Ada
I in etnliiin i-oocl
nn :"
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f"i way.
the) ,
0 I fllI.1 i fniii u" iiiixiihs' ,I ivtnrii 'il t linn !. ,
< wa spent' in liathinir 11ft.I".h} [ nidi1 I i''',n :MulwuA This
n-poit a little :MiPi .. "
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: !ff FAIRBANKS MORSE & COMPA N Y





DEPENDABLE FARM MACHINERY j



CORN SHELLERS AIR COMPRESSORS FEED GRINDERS


WATER PUMPS & JACKS FODDER CUTTERS WASHING MACHINES


GRIST MILLS WINDMILLS


-1 I ELECTRIC LIGHTING OUTFITS




There are more FAIRBANKS-MORSE ENGINES IN USE IN BRADFORD COUNTY than all other makes combined




0 Why?




Because every farm engine must be RELIABLE-mutt have enough to
power When you need a repair part for your engine, you need it right NOW. You
do the work and do it well AT ALL TIMES. FAIRBANKS-MORSE
engines
don't want to wait a coupel of weekslfor it to come from the factory. If
"fill the you
not only bill" They run it over.
order an engine or a repair" part from TODAY we are in position de.
a to
You cannot take a chance with an engine that MAY pull the load.-you must
liver it
to TOMORROW THATS
you DEALER
: SERVICE.
I be sure it will pull right through to the end, and then be ready for the next

I job. Thais where the wonderful type "Z" engine shines. It is called a 1 1.2 The prices on FAIRBANKS-MORSE type "Z" Kerosene engines are

a 3, or a 6 horsepower engine, but thats only I the NAME PLATE rating. The 1 1 .2 H. P. type "Z" $64.25 f. o. b. Jacksonville, FI'.

Fairbanks engines have gone beycnd the name plate, because they know that 3 H. P. 10450.. ..

at times need MORE than the 6 .. 18675 "
you horsepower you pa) for, and they have
built the type "Z" to give it to yoi. Thats FAIRBANKS-MORSE ENGINE 10.. 37500 "

SERVICE. 15.. 485.00 "



I 4 QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY


Representatives for Bradford County "By the way, this paper is being printed by Fairbanks-Morse power'BR.UFOlm



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