Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Would Bring Business and Capital to The .htrawborry movement is in full "
... New Party Hold Rein Only Two
ti Day When it Collapsed' Our City OF BUILDING HARD ROADSWould swing. Shipments' } In carlots by freight IlilMxirodgh ('ounly'l'ax Collector t'
started Fiiday,* when one car went Succumbs to Apoplexy I /
J For years there has been desultory ''forward. Three "
..-- more cars were shipped
Berlin March 13.-Without the fining talk of the benefits our town would by freight Saturday and two !Mon- n.lfol'dIarrh! 12.-John L. Branch J
:, of a shot the Ebert governmentwas derive from a large hotel that would Do Away With 2-MilI State Road Tax And Would .dny making a total of six solid carI former tax collector of Hillsborugh, j' I

overthrown at dawn today. The attract tourists. But we have no beau. I loads In three days, besides sixteen who wa .serving a five year term at :v
'p had been Not Increase Taxes On Real Estate
t coup carefully prepared in iful scenery very close to town or cars loaded with refrigerator filled the state prison farm, died here suddenly .
;' the- stillness with of swiftness the night and was executed much of anything else that tourists I Personal Property I[ with berries were shipped by express i iI tonight of apoplexy Mr Branch f
a and
$ success are supposed to consider
necessary I making a total of twenty-two carloads !had been here about one year and was
that leave the German people still 'and the talks have never led to --
any j in the past thrvu days. popular with hi* fellow prisoners. The
wondering what has happened.The I rehults. The matter is now being agitated -* We give the following extract from and the $10,400,000 in labor was avail- < The price. is holding well. The de-. :remain probably will be sent to Tampa .
chief known organizer of the again with better results, we the address of lion. W. A. McRae able for under
use the State Road Department man is unlimited. Plant City is, at ; or Plant City for burial.
revolt are Dr. WolfTgang- Kapp who hope. Commissioner of Agriculture, givenat we could have at the end often present the strawberry center of -
proclaimed imperial chancel All tourists are not of the Palm the Palm Beach County Fair, Mar years a system of public roads in I America only small! lots having been I I Leaven Widow and Children
; "1 lor Baron and premier of Prussia and Gen. Beach and St. Petersburg class Many 6th.: Florida not equaled by any Flute in shipped from other sections ;, Tampa, Flu., !March 1.1-Mr, Branch
da commanded von Luettwitz the who at one time while well to do would prefer a quieter The citizens of Florida have never the Union. I I !Movement to hale was about fifty years old and was born .

.. Beth German Verdun front. and less expensive place than the consented to vote for a State bond The $1,000,000 tax on motor vehicles 1 Av. Pr. QlII.j in HilUborough county, near Plant
kaieer's men were loyal supporters of the great resorts in Florida. As for scenery issue for good roads. A number of and gasoline will pay an annual I! J"rldIurdl! 12 - _. ,44 / City He nerved 'several term as the
'' :)disavowed regime all Intention during the war, but a"frw miles from Starke east states have voted large bond issues for interest of 6 per cent on the $2,000-I( i Saturday': Mar. 13 .. .:II! 41,180) county tax collector and wa one of ;
r'A;,'the of restoring and west, plenty of beautiful lake road building these bond to be liquidated 000( of Plate bonds. The increase in I I' !Monday Mar. IS _ .. .:11i)! 32.D12 the most popular, public ollicluls in the
.: };, and his ministers scenery can be found with bathing, by a direct state tax on real estate population and a better road system Pix-viously reported (,(\1,1154I county for several years lie i III survlved .
I' {'Ij'' Egbert refused are fugitives. boating and fishing easily reached by and personal property.We will mileage thin tax sufficiently toretne I by a widow and three (children
,, } (I'P4oy to the last to yield pow- automobile. A roomy hotel with all have come to the time, however this $20,000,000( in 25 I !Season' to date __ _n._ 001,464'' all of whom me In Asheville, N. C. g Ji
r-le1i'' :: modern conveniences and good service when good roads are a public necessity This plan would do away with the ypal's'l two- I I Ninety-nine thousand dive hundred The oldest daughter is the wifu of Dr. 1\1\' ,
'"'';, ,::{:}'";f' Resolution- would bring such tourists here. If I'' in oil of the counties of Florida mill state road tax we now have and i,quarts of berries were'shipped from |! Albert Holmes of Asheville The oth'or '_' (,'-4
m'. :1'i\ i C'ollapws they got tired of the comparative and should have them. The agricultural Pl-int in the three '
: ,\ we there would be no state tux required City post! days. Another daughter i, !Miss Fay Branch, and -,.)
\: "JBerlin March 15.-The militarist quietness hero, they could take a day development and, in fact all on our real estate and personal property I I i carlot was bring loaded for the son in John I.. )Branch Jr., about i
'; ;.,,' ; has collapsed. off and go to Jacksonville.To rural development is dependant on to pay tho interest on the bond Issue I j'I movement by freight last night but fourteen Jrurs old. lie leave many I t
11revoJution Kapp its chief ore feed these persons and the hotel rood: road aiui liquidate the same in the in not, included in this report. relatives in the Plant, City Section
self-proclaimed imperial servants would require a lot of The following is a plan I wish to period of 25 years When strawberries begin moving In I The shortage of which Mr. Branch
,,, ,Stas stepped aside to let groceries, and the dry goods stores suggest for raising a sufficient amountof There lire 70,000 farms in Florida. carlnts 1' by freight it meunn that the was convicted several year ago: wa a'
," Friederich Ebert resume the national would be required to supply towels, money to give the whole state of From these farms we market in season is on in full force. Tho facilities i. approximately $82,000.

presidency.' bed clothing, etc., while tradesman Florida a system of good roada without iRhahlea, staples and live stock 70,000 per. of the express company here are I i -- -.- .\' '
,; In the midst of nation-wide bloody would find work repairing the wood. placing a penny of tax on real estate carloads of products or being taxed to take care of the movement LYCEUM ATTRACTION; TONIGHT \
} 5ft: rioting the new and the old regime work, the wiring and the plumbing. and personal property 1,41)0,000) ( ( tons. Counting approximately la. ,,'> and the clerks are working day -
,h Jj negotiated all day and finally came While the building was under erection The oil inspection division of the bor, expense' and delay it would excess cost and night. "The Lilluokulani Hawaiian will '(
i ;-to an agreement by which Dr. Kapp great sums of money would be department of agriculture: with 1-8 at least $1 ton more to these i The total movement for the season appear this evening, Friday, the 19th, 5
.abandoned his usurped powers and spent here. of a cent per gallon on gasoline, kerosene product!) to per market over got roads has exceeded the six hundred and one at the high school auditorium at 8:15.By : 5:1., .,
: \i'Ebert resumed the reins pending clec- But this would not be all the benefita etc., will put into the state than over good roads. This poor thousand niaik. The returns to thegrowers : many persons this i Is considered .'>4$ 4;-:
U'tions of national and treasury this approximately $60,- means a are satisfactory end Plant tho best of the Alkahoxt \
a new assembly tourist hotel would bring. It would year direct cost< to the producer of $1,400 '' Lyceum attraction ti
T* new national president within two make strangers acquainted with 000. Change this tax to 1 cent per 000 per annum. This cost must be City in, without question\ the busiest *. ."
I ....onth Starke and its section land would bebought gallon! and the sum would be $400,000.The added to the consumer's! price, so it market In Florida todHy.-I'hu1t City The popularity of Hawaiian music :f,
The automobile license tax will approx Courier, March K th. In America tins brought about the orgunlration -
collapse of the affects
,\ Kapp-Luettwitz and settlement made. Starke everybody. The wear and tear _._ "
I I', ::,\fregime is a victory of the striking needs outside capital for its deve'op-! imate this year $400,000. It proper. of vehicles, extra feed and gasoline, -.- of many companies of Hawuiiun .,;.1.
", ';-. >rking masses on the one hand and meet, and who knows ? This might be ly regulated this tax would reach will amount to another $500,000. Good IIOPSON: STII.I.' ON DECK singers and players.. Of these ;
P, ,,.!. the anti-Prussian. southern states the means for bringing the "god in fiOO,000.() thus making 1totul of $1- roads then, means u direct gain to organizations none have attained a ' .,
000,000 per annum from these two Fiom the Tirde," a house greater micccs than has The Lilluo-
;, op the other. the machine" to our town-some man the |producers of the state of not I less'' organ
The rebel sources. dealing with Goodrich Tire people and kalanl Hawaiian, mimed for the beloved -
i government, however, far with both money and enthusiasm to than $2,0110,000 per annum in marketing -
The of eight hundred state events Akron t), learn that in of the .
,. .trom surrendering unconditionally convert our town to a progressivecity. average farms and grove products alone. we u ex-quocn Hawaiian islands
)1,Mien i two of the main points of its pro- convicts on the public roads, at-s-vpl- Tbi!!' $2,000,000( ( ) ( lima is enough to com pr lit ion between work shifts, the and niudu up of one lady and
.S ; gram: It obtained guarantees that it ue of $500( each per annum is equalto faun payevery shift of which !Mr. M. 1)). Hopson, formeily three gentlemen, native HawailunH all .
. We believe this hotel talk will bring" mortgage in Ihu state in .
"..tlti to collaborate in the formation of $400,000 in labor Bond the state three (>f Stnrke, in the foreman come of nlioin have won musical renown in
fruit for business hI'eaze years to nothing of the
begin say
:; r \'.ftthi new government and that elections that our something must men be done. for $20,000,000. The United States moving to market of million of nut ';h"II,11I1I11 wan tlie prize, II (fliitf. It the inlands and in tho United !'1tlltl'lI.'J:
} government would supplement this many IH hard to get nhfinl<1 of HopHon. Below They preMftit through the! medium of
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)': |;far the reichstag and a new president Discuss the matter thoroughly, and doll iis worth of poultry, live stock
1),>d? \ HI be held within the next sixty clays good will of it. with an equal sum, thus giving $20- arid other/ IlI'ndu"ts that would l lie haul. in an account of (the event: songs, instrumental number' folk
4: stead of next autumn, as was tho come 000,000 more to meet the state's bond p'd jnnnunlly over a system of good Shift C, n to 11 flII.., i lit now till dunces, etc., n picture of life in tho
{ '. f'Bbert regime's original plan. issue. state roads.Education. proud possessor 'of the flng. The insignia South Sin islands, Native! Instruments
( .: ,. $The agreement as Net forth by ChanCetlor BONDS DID) NOT SELL Counting the $20,000,000 that wouldbe 1 Is reads: "llunncr shift for which linvri attuinod great pope ".
': ':. Kapp provides for cabinet derived from a state bond issue, the transforming influence 'Quality Week' of Feb !0 to 14. stock charity In Amurica In lucent ycaia are
.(ffiwiich shall include professional a inininlrters II 1 The 100000.00 of bonds offered for $20,000,000 government fund and the of the world and the basis of allprogress. preparation loom I kept> ) ( i0-A, Mill 2, hugely used and the program covers I' S
or experts; elections within two I IJ sale lust Monday by the trustees of labor value of the slate convicts for I Agriculture is also basic. 3 to 11 fthift." B. 11. IlopHon foremanof a wide range: being Interesting, un-
jjjlnonths for members of the reichstag i Special Road and Bridge District No. period of *<-n years will give a grand: Upon It rests tho commerco of the the banner shift, oiganlrcd and led usual and altogether attractive +I
. <, 'and the Prussian national assembly 1 were not sold because a satisfactorybid total of $44,000,000() for a system of world and even civilization ': the victors during "tjunlity Week." Mink Twain once said regarding the '
'jy b: ?'jfW subsequently an election for im3Mu : was not received. Sidney Spitr.or state highways.By Good roads me the veins through Point wrre awarded on the I>IIHS| of music of the, Hawaiian*! "1'llI'lrmulI.
'i';; trial president by the people-until & Company of Toledo, Ohio, submit abolishing the lease system of which flow the very life's blood of ed. workmanship arid teamwork ic, the most fascinating! In the world
bid of for the $100- convicts would have ucathm agriculture and ----. --.. . haunts I can still hear the
MnAiK.faich: time Ebert shall hold the reins ted a $95,25000 county we an av. commerce. mo. .pulsing -
000.00 worth of bonds, but the bid was cage of l.fiOO laborers worth $400 I Good road are one of the great sour- | IIIKTHIY !PARTY of tho surf at Wuiklkl, and see the <<
.: .One power.significant clause in the pro- rejected.The each per annum. This would add $6- I'OS of life to any country, and with Reba llalslop celebrated,! her 14th plumy palm drowning/: by the shore,

JtTfmc lament o says: "The new and old upheaval In the municipal bond 400,000 worth of labor for the period better education bitter agriculture! birthday Saturday evening, the l.'illi the gal: 'landed' dug and leaping cn.-
",.1''eI MfWvernments shall issue a joint decla- market which began in January has of ten years. I and good/: roads Florida will come into by inviting a large crowd of friend cades, and this music fill. me with the '
'f1j'j Kration: that under present condition a not yet settled and most of the buyer If all of this $40,000,000 in money her own in a decade and relative to her home. Game spirit of the woodland solitude." The -

general strike is a crime against the are out of the market entirely for the wen played! until 10 o'clock when Liliuokalanl Hawaiian bring this ,n
)!' "(German people." present. It seems to be the general 1)FATII OF MISS EUNICE MOORE CARD OF THANKS they were invited to, supper and found charm home to every hearer 1.
1\jno.Jt i\ ; was President Ebert and his min.Outers belief among the buyers that another the table groaning. with good I things. Admission, 75 and 215 e'n1ll. High

q' who called upon the socialists, fiO days Will see a great Improvement The death angel: visited the home of We wltth to cxprcNS to our friends Koba received many presents and was mhool -auditorium, thin cveuluga. .
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"h the workmen and all the people to de- but the bond trustee of district No. Mr. and Mrs T. J. Moore Monday and neighbors our sincere thanks for wished many happy returns of tho I'' '
'v.?"' lare a general strike and there was 1 have not settled on any definite pole the 8th, and took away their beloved their kindness to us during the illness day IORSYTHLEKSaturday :
'I'} AlaD i instant and effective response toe icy for the immediate future with reference daughter, Eunice to the realm of the and death of our beloved daughter and - ---+ evening, at 8 o'clock Miss
;ttI J call. to the bond A good many blessed. She was 17 years old. She sister. May God bless you all for Mesirs.. W M. Wainwright and Jim Thelma Mae Ix'', of Jacksonville, and
Labor fiercely resisted the usurpa- leading citizen think it best to post suffered a severe.attack of pneumoniaand your smypathy. We especially thank Hornsby spent Tuesday and Wedncn- Mr. B. C. Forsyth were quietly married -
111.1'; .tton of the reactionary government. pone indefinitely any operations con all that medical attention and loving !Dr. Biggs, Mrs J. J. Rigdon Mr. I day fishing at Bcinny'' ((7)) Pool with at the Methodist parsonage HeJ. \. ?
I Va. t numbers of men left their work nected with the building of the pro- hand could do to restore her to Burney and Miss Sweat for their untiring the result that Mr. Wainwright landed C. Digg) performing' the ceremony.
and serious disorders occurred in va- 'posed system of roads while others health was to no avail and after an attention to our loved one. the prize fish of the season, weighing Tho happy couple will make their future
P l f rtous parts of the country. are anxious that matter hall be heldin illness of one wevk, panned quietly Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore and Family 'I'110 1-2 pounds, home III Starke.
)tyft\ ..- I readiness to take up the work at away.
HONOR ROLL BRADFORD HIGH i the first favorable opportunity. At a I
> MONTH meeting in the near future the trusses She leaves to mourn her departureher STARKE -WELCOME
SCHOOL FOR FIFTH i I will doubtless decide definitely up. father and mother three brothers JACKSONVILLE TRUCK DEALERS TOUR 1.

d.; .. First Grade Eloise Ritch Thelma, !II on the policy to be followed by them. Lloyd Clarence( Cornelius, ; three sis t.i2S *, S
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Edith and Lois
ifSilcox.-Miss Olive Ray, teacher |I In the meantime persons who are many ters Rosa other relatives and friends., I $150,000 Worth Pneumatic-Tired Truks Will Arrive Monday, March 29th ;'
1 W, Second GI'ade-Ava Lou Poppell,, anxious that we have some hard surfaced c ;
i;Leila flea Andrews Clara Louise Peek I roads in the county should not She lived a life of sacrifice; always + lIt .1
,('Dora; l\Ianninlt-1\1i8se Mildred Crosby I| become discouraged. We will even- having loving words for everyone. She I "",
and Olive Kay, teachers tually get: them. The present situa- dearly loved the right and did all in LOGS
''I 4lt( Third Grade-Merrill McMillan tion I cannot last always. her power to put down the wrong. 111'1'I I MAULING i ptvf C' I
'[ Paul Knight Entelle Kendrick, Annie ) --- ---e--- J- character wag built on the Word of ON PNEUMATICS
'JMercer, Doris l'ope.-Mi Mildred'I '' JAPANESE CANE FOR PEED: God and rested upon( the .solid. rock. I II I
She sunbeam. in the and'''
I was a home
Crosby, teacher.
i'iJI Fourth Grade-Lois Colley Charles Neal Brother, whose farm is four a joy add happiness to all who knew I 0.1

,'Lucian Kicklitcr. Annie Belle Turner miles west of Starke have found Japanese 1!her, ? '"
Junior McDonald, Gladys Russell, cane a fine winter feed for their || The remains were laid to rest at gL v '' '
:Mary Lee Wynn.-Miss Jessie Thom.11 cattle They cut the cane and bank it I I the Dyal cemetery Tuesday morning/: 1 _a' s1 .w

,:;# teacher. without throwing dirt ovr it. The I Only a mound marks the place where 1
Fifth Grade -Mary Canova, Hazel cane Is hen fed out nut to the cattle I the joy and hopes of the parents lay s K
barren, Gu.isio Mae Bennett, Evelyn during the winUr. They have found buried. They are submissive to the {
pea Elizabeth Kendrick! Carlyle that one acre of the cune handled in 1] will of Him that giveth and taketh ; 'wA4
Itch, Owen Griffin, Harriet Ritch this way will take CO head' of cattle I May his blessings\ comfort them in .
lorence Andrews, Eugene: Matthews, I I through the hardest part of the win I their sorrow. They have the heartfelt : :i.L-
Mrs Lois Perryrtian. teacher. ,. ter. sympathy of their friend in their be- I
,!Sixth Grade-Wesley McRae, Roy The heavy losses of the past winter reavement. | "
terccr, Lois Edwards.-!Miss Doris E.IBW 'ought: to convince all cattle owners The funeral exercises will be preached | _
teacher. that it will pay to provide winter feed by W. M. Moody next Sunday the

I,Eighth Gradu--Isabel Fernandez, for their cattle. 21st, ,at Union church. All are invit-j
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unice Perkins, Comer Long, Elizath -
Brownlee, Laura Wynn.-Mis* I TWO NEW: ANNOUNCEMENTSThe :'; .
Holly, teacher I
Ninth Grade-Joyce Brown Madge Telegraph has two new political FARMERS
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Mrs. Jay Alderman, announcement thin week. _
cher. Ury G. Sapp a son of the late Green I There will be a meeting of farmers I I'I
enth Grade-Nellie Stearns--Miss I B. Sapp of Raiford, announces his can. ''I and peanut club members at Long I II Ye twa*. w.
kte Caplinger ;acher. didacy for tax collector Mr. Sapp i III I Bridge school house Tuesday! March I ---

Eleventh Grade-Gladys Brown I highly thought of where he is known 23, at 10 o'clock a. m. According to advance Information trailer or tire will be advertised, nor pointed the following us a committeefor
iby Poppell.-Miss Jeannette Mat- and his friends predict thatJie will I Mr. H. Blackburn assistant field ; the Jacksonville Automobilo Dealers, will any sale te Holicited Some of tho tour Conrad Mangels, chairman

ws, teacher.r I prove a strong candidate for the office I agent for the Southeastern Peanut Inc., "Farm Truck Demonstration the principal feature of the tour C II Cawley, E J, Estcs and
twelfth Grade-:-HollU Knight Mr. Sapp is a confirmed cripple Crushers Association, will deliver a' Tour" which arrives hero Monday, which have received the endorsement/ i R O. Riddle These men see the noccstity -
nnette Matthews teacher. having: suffered for many years from i j lecture on the subject of commercial March 21Hh, will be composed of as of the United States department of of bringing tho farmer and
of. S. S. fowling principal. rheumatism, but he feels that he i III i'' peanut growing illustrating with ster- large a display of pneumatlc-tlrrd agriculture, are the short talks to be grower closer to the city and will have s
qualified take care of the clericalwork I opticon pictures trucks trailers arid other hauling given by men nationally known for charge of the, demonstration! that will
HOLINESS CHURCH of thto- office of tax collector and I !I County Agent J. O. Traxler! why equipment a* has. been displayed at their activities: along agricultural prove the adaptability! of pneumatictired
promise the people a faithful discharge i has arranged for this meeting says it any automobile dhow south of New lines. trucks under all conditions e
- will ; services at Raiford of his duties if they favor him i j will probably be the only one of its York City. The fleet I I. valued at Demonstration will be made in all Reports should be made to anyone
mess church on the 4th Sunday at the poll*. I kind held in the county! this spring and $150,000 and will be accompanied by the town visited which on Monday, of this committee of any farmer or
ring service to start at 10:30: a. m. II Mr. J. O. Dennison a well known i !I he urges that all who are interested the famous Jenkins Orphan Band of March 29th, will Include Mlddleburg, grower who' wishes a practical demonstration
,'. H. J. Thomas, of Jacksonville citizen of the Lake Butler section, announceS in peanut growing arrange to attend. Charleston, S. C. Starke and Gainesville made right on the farm, ;
( be In charge, with other workers. his candidacy for member of I' The lecture ii free and everybody In- This tour i II absolutely for demonstrating President FarU Williamson of the free of all charge and without any
1'7one invited. the school board for district No. 2. vited. purposes no particular truck, Jacksonville Automobile Dealer, ape strings attached.


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tended services here Saturday nig-ht. rare

Ifc I "b, Hubert Rouse is spending this week As sure as you
with relatives in Plant City and Tam-

County Nevisltemc pa.Mrs. Willis and daughter, Sarah, a foot high-

J who have been visiting at the homeof

i W. S. Nabb, left Saturday for a E

i'1 '" Interat1gig fret Regular Gathered Correspondent During the :Peck by Our visit Butler with. relatives in Stark. and Lake you will like this Camel Turkish rand /W i

I Mrs. I. L. Eubanks and children, of Domestic
I 1 Lake City, spent a few days here with
-.----- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Crosby blend !

4 I LAWTEYLawtey I al visit to ThorcHha Monday. .
, O. Haynes and daughter, Mrs. P. B. Hubert Rouse and Mrs. L. Johns ,
I .=' March 19.-Mrs. W. A Col- I j Hunt, left Tuesday for Winter Haven, day in Lake Butler. '
l ley and sons, of Starke were guests .I where they will be the guests of B. Elder Hayes of Gainesville will .
t l I', of Miss Rebecca Whitehead the first j II ayneN. preach'at the Adventist church 1'Hdaj

) part t>f last week. I B. Y. Saxon, of Green Cove Springs, night, Saturday and Sunday. The
, \ W. E. Torode was transacting business an employe. of the Cattle Feeding Co., public is invited.

i, "' f in Jacksonville last week.Mrs. of that place, was shaking hands with Mrs. F. Andreu, of New River, .
L I Jesse Reddish visited relatives friends in Hampton Sunday. pent the week-end here with herons
i' in the Wateroak section Friday.Mr Mrs Ollie Pearce, of Lake City, visa R. A. and S. V. Andreu.L. .

". and Mrs. J, i D. Randall were ted her mother, Mrs. Bedenbaugh, Sowell was a business visitor to !b
visitors to Jacksonville first of the Saturday and Sunday. Newberry last week.
of LaCrosse, is
t, Little II. C. Parker
week. the guest of his grandparents, Mr. Miss Edna Baxter is home again _
:. Mrs. William Thede, of Charleston, and Mrs. Thou. Uyal.E. after teaching a successful term of L LCam.6
visited relatives in last week
Lawtey Hicks, who has been located in school at Ziff :
,, : .... Mr. and Mrs. J. J. MeLeod were
, the Sullivan cottage, has moved to the A large acreage of watermelons is
; visitors to Jacksonville last week. Spaikman cottage on the opposite side being planted by the farmers of this at. eld everywhere
f; Jesse Reddish was a visitor to Jacksonville of the street section.Mr. In mentfrafly.e.l.d pacl.fe
t such of 20 citarrtt**; or fan par k(3OO -
Sunday. J. W. Nimmo had business in Starke and Mrs. M. A. demons and YOU never got cigarette- .Pee ( c./.r.fM.)in e ft*mmin
,; Ernest Wells visited relatives in Tuesday. < baby, of Brooklyn, spent part of the entment as Camels hand .rend(Mpor/y cov cacao+rvd carton.n tt
Jacksonville Sunday. Miss Ogden, of Graham, is the guestof week with their parents, Mr. and. Mrs. canon for fh. honim or attic
a J. T. Moore was transacting bus-! Miss Vera Saxon this week.A. J. E. demons. you. Camels quality and expert supply or when you trmvol

-"\! i )!ere in Jacksonville Wednesday A. Durden was transacting bus- Mr. and Mrs. Jernigan of Cluyno, blend of choice Turkish and 'choice Z4, R. J. REYNOLDS
1 D. Davis returned home Tuesday incas in Jacksonville Monday J TOBACCO CO.
visitors to town Friday afternoon
were our -
'\ I from Jacksonville, where he had been The Western Union boys have been Domestic Tobaccos make this ae Winston.Salem, N. &
d f on business. working In our town, under supervis-
, Mrs. Colon Miller and three dill.i' ion of It. R. Stuart. Rev. Gable, of Gainesville, was a goodness possible-andmakeyou s j
then of Saundersvillc Ga., are spend ----.. visitor here during the week. prefer this Camel blend either
f ing a few weeks here with Mrs. Jessie HIGHLAND Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Rala "
Ii' 6 Reddish. den were callers here Friday kind of tobacco smoked straight! f 1 ( j 1
Joe Allen was a visitor to Jacksonville Highland: March 10.-Mrs. II. C. -
4! i I Monday. Wimberly and daughters, Misses Beth LAKE: BUTLER
i Camels mellow-mildness is '
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fll G. Jt Dye, of Chiefland was visiting and Winifred, Miss Ethel Ricks andJ. a ., ,
"if.. friends. in Lawtey Sunday. He is n R. L. Kelly motmored to Maxville Lake Butler, March 19.-Misses revelation Smoke them with
: former resident of this section Wcdneeday to visit 11. C. Wimberly, Norma Dekle and Mae Dukes, of Five
Miss Clara Bennett of Jacksonville, Jr. Mile, entered Lake Butler school Mon freedom without tiring your taste '

'I spent last week with relatives in Law- Messrs. Jim Taylor and Clifford C. day.The They leave no unpleasant ciga-
I tey. Click of Jacksonville, were business Woman's club met in regular
Mrs. Ethel Gunter arid little daughter : visitors Saturday.J : session Monday afternoon Miss Mar. retty aftertaste nor unpleasant
of Jacksonville, were guests of R. L. Kelly left Thursday for I shall Proctor, presiding and after a odor ;
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Futch\ Sunday. Haitow to relieve the railroad agent, short business meeting a social hour cigaretty *
Henry Burn y was a visitor to Jack the night office here being closed for was enjoyed. Near the close delicious CPtGive
sonvllle lust week a while.J. apple salad wafers and coffee were Camels every test-then
Mrs. E. L. Biggs: of Starke visited II. McClendon and II. C. Wimbcr. served by Mrs. J. M. Mann Mrs P. M. a
relatives in Lawtey Sunday. ly, Jr., of Maxville, were visitors here 'adgett[ : and Mrs. Onie Pons. compare them puff-for-puff with TURKISH & DOMES77CSBLFND

Mrs. J. B. Dye and son, B. J. Jr., Monday. George Johnston, of Dukes was a any cigarette in the world 1 ?_ ee.nart
are guests at the home of Mr. and Miss Eunice: Dinkins and James God. Business visitor to Lake Butler Mon
it Mrs. A.M. Blanchard. win, of Lawtey and Miss Berthamith! day.Mrs.
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Frank Gn'l'n. of Orlando spent a of Tampa, spent Sunday here.with II. Connor returned to her homein -
few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs C. Witnbctly and family. Holly$illl, S. C., Tuesday after several WOODLAWN
Charles Dmkins last week. Miss Maggie Crews: visited relatives j jIlt months' visit with her daughter,
Miss Pearl Bennett, of Jacksonville, Lnwtey for tho weekend.A. Mrs. P. 1\1. Padgett, and family. Wewill Woodlawn, March 19.-Rev. D. L.
visited relatives and lends. in Lawtey A. Crews was a business visitor miss this estimable lady from Phillips was a business visitor to I
Sunday.The to Lawtey Saturday. among us and hope to have her with Jacksonville Wednesday.W. .

Lawtjy High School closed last If. C. Wimberly) Jr., spent the weekend us next winter. II. Norman, of Jacksonville
r weekor a few weeks on account of here with his parents.Rev. Mrs. W. M. Johnston spent Saturday spent part of last week here with his ,
,p the Influenza.Rev. James Strickland was a weekend in Jacksonville shopping family.
W. L. Overstreet filled his appointment viRitor,to Jacksonville.J. Mrs. P. P. Ilekle and children Kirk Rev. L. Norris, of LaCrosse, filled, ,',
at the Melrose Baptist M. GrimM, assistant paymaster Norma, Oren and Julian of Five !Mile, his regular appointment at the Bap- /,
church Sunday for this division of the S. A.L., visited spent Friday with Mrs. S. S. Proctor tist church Saturday and Sunday.O. ii
1'' >> E.:: J. Robert spent a few days in his ,parents, Mr. and Mrs John Griffis, Mrs' B. P. Wilson returned to her
' r South Florida last week. Sunday. home in Ocala Wednesday morning after J. Phillips, of Miami, spent partof
Alex Howe, of Gainesville was the -- several days visit with friends. last week with his parents, Mr. and
guest Sunday'of Mr. Arid. Mrs. A. A IlKOOKEIt( Mr. and Mrs. II. F Priester and son, Mrs D. L. Phillips, returning to Mia-
Smith. Mr and Mrs. Jim Priester and children mi Wednesday.
d James Browning, of Jacksonville, U Brooker, March 10.-!Mrs. R. A. attended the funeral of Mrs Mrs. Thomas Crawford of Jacksonville -
upending a few days with his parents, Weeks, of tftarkc, spent Thursday Manniny Priester, at Jesup, Ga., last is visiting her sister !Mrs. T. C. Pay 15c
1 Mr. and Mrs B D. Browning. with her hunband. week. Williams.Mr. .
J. B. Rowe was a visitor to Jack Mrs. B. Shaw spent the week: at Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Saturday and Mrs. V. R. Reddish of Law.
aonvillo Sunday Winter Haven with her brother, Mr. m Jacksonville. tey, attended church here' Sunday. for This Brush

1 Raymond Hess, of Jacksonville! was Ilarnago. George Tomlinson is visiting his A. Shieffield and daughter, Miss Nel
H visiting friends Sunday Miss Marguerite Shriver spent the parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Tomlinson, lie, of Bryceville are here for a few IIk4Vr! We'll give !
D. E. Mirell, of Baldwin, was a visitor week-end with friends in Jacksonville this week.J. days visit with their daughter and you
to awtey Sunday. M, L. Clark and Sons Show which R. Chastain visited the State sister, Mrs. G. W. Green.S. .
Mr. Dorman of Jacksonville, visitedthe was tented hero Friday was well attended Farm Tuesday afternoon.Mr. a quarter-pint can of
home of Mr and Mrs. Silas J. Starling was called to Baker DARK O
Brown. both afternoon and night and Mrs. W. M. Overntrect and
A. H. Harley and B. L. Blanchard, Mrs. II. S. Warren spent Sundayin Russia Ware motored from Worthington county Wednesday to be with his
of Jacksonville, spent: Sunday at their Jacksonville.Mrs. Sunday afternoon. father who is ill. srolul a+
homes here. 11. L. Lewis spent last week D. W. Borum is on the sick list The farmers ate bcsy planting. Mcrachcgatssar ani e
with her parents at Orange Heights this week. They expect: to commence picking!

HAMPTON* Mrs O. B. and daughter, Miss Lizzie Townsend spent Friday berries soon .
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Dorothy spent Sunday here with reI.ativell. In Jacksonville.Mrs. ,'
Hampton, !March 19.-W. L. Bridge Mary E. Werts has been ill for DOBSON CI... mad ifht -
field\ of Orlando, was in Hampton on R. W. and J, H. Suriency and families several days this week. i I beautiful colon FREE: : : :
business Friday of Graham spent Sunday after Dr. J.I| E. Maines and family, Mr Dobson, March 19-Miss Nita Hurst ] -J
Mrs. J. II. Tolbrrt. Milton Tolbert noon hero. and Mrs. Schell Maines and Miss Net. is on thesick, list this week. I
and Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Wattersonwent T. C. Hazen spent Sunday in Plant tie Maines of Sanford, motored to M. II. Hurst and daughter, Nita We want you to know how.easily you can
fishing Fiiday. They enjoyed City.Mr. Monteocha Sunday it being the 65th were in town Monday. I j protect your j
good luck. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen are the birthday of Mrs. O. W. Maines. Many A party was given at the home of
Miss Lizzie Rowe, of Jacksonville, guests of relatives: in Plant City. nice presents were received and a Mr. and Mrs. Elisha. Alderman Satur. I j Floors, Furniture and Woodwork i
and daughter, Louise, were visitors to Rev. Ridennur and Gable, of Gainesville bountiful dinner was provided. This day and was attended by a large <
Hampton Friday and Saturday. preached at the Baptist church was a pleasant surprise for Mnt. crowd of young people. i i, Come in to the our CIa store ol with KYANIZB this adwerli.emenlpay it without ut for. the truth\
Miss I'mma; Hicks was a visitor to'' Sunday morning nod evening.Lewis !Maines. -*--- yours charge.Choice
I al fcUbe Color.o. Clair Vnrni.b.Jutt .
Waldo Friday. I Shriver made a trip over to Mr. and Mrs. Rafe Johns have moved KYANIZE
try once and you'll always me this working,
Mrs. Thigpen, of Gainesville, was Worthington Monday to the cottage recently: vacated by ''n o waterproof, bird-drying varnish to beautify your home. easy
a guest of her daughter, Mrs. I. H. Mrs L .T. Shaw and daughter, Ma Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Matkee on Main SJ I'
Com to our 8>.'. Toa. for FftEB Cam
Hunter r your
recently 1)(01. of LaCrosse
attended the Cook street
Miss Mlmo: Bishop was a visitor to Raborn wedding at Bradford Sunday, Brody Marker spent: the week-enr J PRINTING ] I
Starke Friday also attended services here Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mutch Quigley Lumber & Supply Company
Miss palsy Moore[ of Th"1"<'AA8. hall night: Markee.:
been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. BWeest Mr. and Mrs. B. Knight: of Tampa Mr. and Mrs George Spires were \,\pMMERIwILL I STARKE
1 this week spent Saturday and Sunday with their visitors to town Monday. OIL BOND FLORIDAAnnouncement
Mrs. Idella Priest. was called to the aunt !Mrs. E. J. Ward. Misses Cora and Etta Spiriyi spent .
bedside of ,her daughter at Willlston L. Morgan made a trip to Wnldi the week-end: with their parent* at i - -
+ last week. She reports/ her daughter's I Sunday afternoon : Midway.The Will Sell
health is improving.Mrs. Fred Hnzen and Misses Hazel War. ''I play "Daddy Long Legs" was -
W. I* Bugg returned to her roil and Inu Strickland, spent Sunday given at the High School auditorium :
c home Sunday after a visit with heron at the State l Farm. Wednesday! evening at 7:30: and was [Your Goods I
1 ,, P. L. Bugg, of Jacksonville. J. Shriver Is having his home re enjoyed by those present

I. N. Cables, of Brooklyn was attending painted. Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Strickland spent II I This will announce that I
to business hero Saturday.Marvin Mr. mid Mrs. W. H- Andreu. of New Sunday with !Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Rimesat
Green of Green Cove, was River spent\ Sunday with relatives. Worthington 0 have
s. I visiting. friends In Hampton Sunday T. Chastain, of Lake Butler, was !Mrs. Onie Pons held her millinery I bought back the
f Miss Eunice; Saxonwho hits beet here on business Friday opening Thursday

r visiting relatives and) lends at Graham Messrs.' L. A, Brown, E. W. Carter, Rev W. C. Armstrong filled his regular I Starke Vulcanizing Works
''t returned to her home Satuiday J. W. Pmholiter and Rand Crews attended appointment at Hampton Sunday
Dr. I, It. Hunter made a profession.DR. < the :Masonic and
Rev am
lodge at Worthington Major gave an interesting: sermon now ready to
Wednesday afternoon. at the Methodist church I
Sundayevening -
,r WILLIAMS' NO. 101 TONIC R A. Andreu is. in St. Petersburg : Ur ;IlltI serve old and customers
IS A PROVEN ITEM: ELY) this. week on business. I The B. Y. p. U. held an Interesting I new ".

4 +i '' !Made lip of Three-Ingredients. of I I were B Colson in town and Sunday family afternoon, of Pine 11111. um.program leader: Sunday evening, Mary Bor, I I in the line of.tire re-

Known Worth I Mm. L. Sowell spent" Tuesday in The Womnn's Missionary Society' pairs.

Alachua. met on the 1,0th at the home of Mrs I i
y9; Iron' Quinine and Magnesia are the Fred flaxen Hazel Warren and !Mrs A. C. Strickland. -

throe ingredients that will get rightto L. Sowell attended: the funeral of W: Miss Alberta BlcUingspent the : I also solicit
work to clean out the disease germsof !Motfs baby at Hague Wednesday afternoon week-end with her parents at Provl- Farming Is a Business ; your patronage -

Cold. LaGrippo and Malaria in The baby died in Alachua dence. And like business,it requires forms I
if your body. Quinine kills the from every I I jn Tires Gasoline and
germsIn Influenza: Tuesday Dr. J. M. Mann made a professional records and blanks that give you the facts ti ,
E the blond Magnesia: carries off the W. Kelley of New River, was attending trip to Rylander Monday afternoon. about your farm just as a business man 'I
body poisons and Iron strengthens to business here Monday. Mrs. Sam Singer la convalescent af ha them about his buaine a. ,,i Oil.
j and invigorates Mrs. O. Green Ig critically ill at her ter several weeks illness. We print forma and letterheads (every I
I pr? r Dr. Williams' 101 Tonic contains home near Brooker. Mrs. George Tomlinson and children business farmer should have his own letterhead f
these three ingredients properly pro- Mrs. T. Litchfteld and baby, Leolupent left Tuesday afternoon for Jacksonville ) on Hammermill Bond the Utility i \. Very respectfully, _
ii portioned. It's the correct treatmentfor Business Paper.
Tuesday in
LaCrosse. after
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. I I
Colds, LaGrippe and Malaria. Mrs. C. Tyler, of Starke, spent part Harris Tomlinson Let V
Show You What W. Cam
25c and 60c bottles Jor sale at your of the week here with relatives. Dr. Tomlinson was 1 R.
greeting friends Do You
rf, drug store.-Adv.-1 and Mis* Maxine Willi spent w Tuos in Lake Butler last week. I BRADFORD COUNTY tor TELEGRAPH l BURROWS

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I j j,, THE TAXES OF FARMERS HORN WITH A BULLET I trlfe did not know where It was bid

Mother of the Baby Had Been Shotin I Again, the pipes filled with liquid
L". the Abdomen Something of a I ammonia kept the, temperature of the
,,i'; (Hy G. W. S. Ware) 1 safe down to something like five de-

The science of government is !great Gadsdc-n, Ala., March 12.-With a Cold Snap creeji below zero ; so that, even If be

1 in all its phasea and none but Almighty .22 rifle bullet lodged in its bhoulder, were located and a dynamite charge

: God ran adjust its proportions a baby girl wag born to Mrs Alice rt1 used to break down 'the! door. It was

, correctly. We 1 know little about it, Martin after physicians had )performed long odds that by the time he was I

"'' but have our thought, caused by being the rare Caesarian operation I By GEORGE L. SURREYI taken out he would be frozen stiff as v

t: double-taxed for 1919. The child's condition has been reported an iceberg

;'i' A part of political science is to adjust absolutely normal by the phy- I lie screamed and yelled ; be kicked

the burden of touch hicians who made the operation It ( .tit) and he hammered at tbe"' door ; be

i' each citizen with equal weight. Lawmakers was stated that no effort would be 1 dashed himself bodily against' It ; he

.' ., and adjusters, who are care- made to remove the bullet from its The construction of the new cold-i wept, prayed and cursed, alternately

y r loss or I ignorant, fchould be replaced body. The mother died soon after the storage room at the Washington hotel 'nd then altogether.

by capable men, who will not violate operation was nearing completion, and Jacob Finally he lay on the floor quite

t this fundamental principle of a democratic Mrs. Martin was brought to a hospital Hlckman. the proprietor, of that palatial ctlll. utterly worn out and mooning

government. This principle fat here a week ago, suffering from a l summer hostelry so well-known to like a dog caught In a trap.

abused in our county by an unequal gunshot wound in the abdomen. She Galveston residents, was paying his j Ills eyes gazed without sense of

tax land valuation with other proper told the hospital authorities that she twentieth dally visit to the scene of !I eight at the joints of meat hanging

I. ty. Under present conditions, a premium had met with an accident, but would operations."Satlafled }I from the racks fixed below the celling

of"( \ is put on renting land, instead of state nothing: further, She lingered Mr. Hlckman, eh?"-end i Something suddenly Jolted his brain.A .

" \ owning it. This will curtail food production between life and death for seven days, Mr. Smart the clever engineer, who Joint of venison at which, he had

'i i I and lead to anarchy. Apart and as a last resort, to save her life had been sent down to superintend been vaguely staring awakened his WhY are

i from the incentive to have a permanent and to bring the child into the world, matter by the big eastern firm which mind to feeble' activity. .
home and farmers have it bad the contract In hand, came and his the recollection -
many the physicians decided upon the opera Back to memory came
not, there is little inducement for a tion. stood at the botel proprietor's elbow. I I that he had purchased that

s ''J/ young man to buy a farm, raise a family .MM MMBHMMwA "Looks all right. I guess." I joint to be cooked In celebration of

, and build up the country; but a THE COUNTRY PRESS "All right! Why, sir, that safe's the birthday of his daughter Ills WR GLEYSflavors

strong inducement for we older\ men a stroke of genius, though I say It. daughter-little ten-year-old Marjory I II 5
of. to sell out and quit, or buy land elne- Among the many things which the It's a revelation. I'll\ guarantee there's Why. he would never see her again I

where, which l Is repugnant, for old war brought home to the nation was nothing \like It In all the states-nothIng I I I Escape was Impossible;f be was assure

i men care not to f fight their old battles the big part played and the big influence to hold'a tallow dip to It." I of death as If he were sitting In like the

,; I over again because of the abuse of wielded in American life. by Mr Smarts professional pride appeared the electric chair. lie was actually
taxation. We to this county hurt at his client's very Inade- .
came what-for want of a better term-is I dying by inches.The

: fifty years ago fired to white heat to generally; referred to as the small qunte commendation. I tears welled, up In his eyes and pyramids of Egypt ?

serve God, own a farm, marry a good town or country newspaper. "Say, I didn't mean anything Mr. trickled down his frozen cheeks. No

woman and make a success of life. There was a time when the country Hlckman hastened to explain. "I by heaven, he would not die 1 lor, If he

f Had we foreseen present conditions, newspaper and the country editor have no doubt It's a fine safe. Come must, he would die flghtlng.I .
e farming iispirutions would have an' have a drink. I I he the Because they are
our : were the huts of jokes and the signals Fiercely fought against
cooled alf and the hard work and long for smiles. That time is past; gone, At the bar Mr. Smart went throughthe lethargy and numbness, that was

E t years of toil to acquire a farm would we 'believe, forever. The war helpedto complete Inventory of the peculiar enveloping him. With an effort he long- Iastin.And
beauties and distinctive merits of the .
t"l have been spent on another line, or do it, for the war, as in many other sat ur> and climbed stiffly to his feet.lie .

bought; land in a county where county instances, jolted the sophisticated<<: and cold room. I|' caught sight of a number of stout

47 r funds are not raised by paying the lazy notionalconsciousness into the "Look at It, he said enthusiastic- oaken billets he bad brought down the WRIGLEY'S is a beneficialas
of Its kind I've
ally "Biggest thing
, state a large percent significance and the genuine worth of previous day, Intending to fix up supports

k -.- the country pr..a.One ever concrete struck.; patent Thlrteen-lnch flooring damp-proof walls, solid, for another shelf. lie recollected well as long!-lastlnS>! treat.
of the bringing a hammer, too.
PROTEST: AGAINST COST OF proudest pages In the
finest of cool-
I'ROIIIBITION ENFORCEMENT history of America: share in the war rot-defying, arrangement Tea there It lay In the corner.
laid and then the I
Ing pipes ever ,
is that devoted to the universal andunswerving Seizing the tool, he once more beat
loyalty of its newspapers door. on the door. Perhaps someone would It helps appetite and digestion
> The high cost of prohibition should "Ah, It's a good doorl" the owner and the
which, almost without exception come down to the safe bear
f bo prohibited! according to the central the most selfless sort of service ,to gave the assented. i I sound of his hammering. It was a keeps teeth clean and breath
, federated union. The union issued a "So good that no one'll ever have another '
but he wouldn't miss It
comon cause of country. And of Am- poor I
statement protesting: against the expenditure erica's newspapers, the patriotismand like It :you bet. Firm couldn'tdo anyway, he would die fighting death. sweet. allays thirst.
of $50,000,000 to enforce another at the price.
Ills efforts restored life
service of marked
t none were more "To tell the truth sir, we're
prohibition you ,
than that of the I to his body. Ills blows became more
It would l be much better, the union part cannot be overestimated papers.Their doing this a* an advertisement. Seel violent and presently the hammer handle CHEW IT AFTER EUERV MEAL
suggested if the government; would ; Ah you were lucky to get our firm to ''far
snapped short pt the head. Then
use the iO)00,000[ () to relieve housing their reward is in !gaining a recognition handle this job I can tell you. Why, I furious seized him. lie called
a anger
which they always deserved of
conditions throughout the country, there's six: Inches solid Oregon pine .
down curses on the clever engineerwho !
an Importance which they have always In that door and the and facing's I
thus preventing profiteers from exploiting backing ,
had constructed the door and Invented -
and which will be theirs ina
possessed the best one-an'-three-quarter-lnch Sealed Tight-
} the people. the patent lock, on himself, and
greater degree than henceforth.
; ever chilled steel j
"Indications point that some of the plate on nil creation. Amp ''LM
The country newspaper has a char- "We brought that door over In one
prohibition congressmen, said one I Seizing one of the oak billets he ,
part of the statement "are going; backto actor and an individuality all its own. piece. Takes four men to lift It, yet "
: beat at the door as If It were Mr. Kept Right(
It however small '
ocupien, a positionin It Its i'I
private life as soon as the people swings on hinges a. easy as a Smart's Ingenious head be. was" ham J" //i'
I the community which no other news clock Seen the lock?"
.i get an opportunity on election day to pendulum. mering. Ills arms ached, horribly, but I '
' show what they think of the prohibition paper, however big, can displace I "No. Anything special I ntlll he continued.Presently 'A10 e
law." Without disapurtiging: the least thelarger "I should say It Is. That lock's my his .
; dailies, they not, by their I eyes 11
seemed to see a fillnt crack In the
very nature, ever dispute the peculiar In creation If he yC
Have man can pick It. ,
you registered your baby? solid metal I* front of him. - - -
.. field which the country paper and it I' works all night."Nothing I' ( ''t"t:
The length of timber splintered and
BeansCucumber Seed Con ew
occupies It has the place of an 1
Back-aches Run-Down institution in the communit life, a hurt It. Automatic short ,of self-fastening dynamite can broke In his hands, but snatching another Velvet Bees''
e. no piece he continued his furious S E E DS' .

? Weak, Nervous place, all and its it own should in have the communityheart the loyal I I' ger'trouble love to for turn watermelon., nn' strong That ns a lock's ntg- onslaught.solid metal Ills slab straining bulging outwards.eyes saw the Tomato, Melon L Sorg6u ,Coa'pta! r:

'Atliintu n...!-"I .mlTerm! for n long lime and wholehearted community supportThe a daisy, she l.." I We can supply for immediate shl pment all the leading and standari 11I
God In heaven It was true, then I
from foiiiimnn woukueiw which cuuswl!
i to txtdouio nil run-mo Red Cross, in common with the Mr. Smart turned east with a foyr- The steel had split, the crack was becoming varieties of all kinds of seeds for planting in our State. =

deco, wink anilitches rest of the nation, owes the country I figured check In his pocket, and Jacob wider before his eyes, a streak I

1..UIl.lnd I III"f. ',, press a debt of gratitude: for its workin IlIckman started In to enjoy his of white showed between the dark, SQUASH, SEED POTATOES OXIO N SETS, EGG PLANTS, 1'El'PElSuccess :
fond. WIth hwk., the and full of
war a measure appreciation new possession and the envy of all .
ragged edges.No
A itido.unit I pains WHH in for its value to America today other hotel keepers In the neighbor- in gardening or farming depends to a very large extent on the, I
lilY jiiHtan
thought of the smart eastern engineering
mineral" an mmroillcl In especial does the Southern hood. quality of seeds you plant. J
over think of Division of the Ked Cross feel that 'love firm came Into Jacob IIlckI -
He came to that safe-It was I
lieinit V.hen 1 liegHfitiikiim I roan's mind as he pushed his finger It has been demonstrated beyond
the newspapers in the division merit a doybt that desired results can oily t
1)r.I 19envieI the pride and joy of his tl/e.! Also, It Into the and forth
plucked soft
.nvoritn I'reiieriitifin | the warmest regard of Red Cross became the dearest aversion of his I come through planting seed of known quality. t
shavings and
cotton waste refuse wool
,. and it HOOD members They were most Instrumental friends and acquaintances, and of I
N f / -'tJ II' built me. up iuLeulthamlMmnath in making the Red Cross a everyone who came within, earshot of until his finger nails scratched on the MARTIN'S HY-TEST SEED S INSURE YOUR CROPS t
/ II' outside steel covering of the dr.
Mild I felt power in the war, and today they area The interest in 1
no mueuimprovetl farming
and gard erring is the have crt!
in every prime factor in helping: to maintainthe him.No I I Inserting one end of his piece of greatest we
matter where he be t
t way. I''avorit) rrenenptuin'. IN the l>et Red Cross as a lasting influence might or oak Into the crack-alas for the duplicity known, as everybody realizes that pro duction is necessary and will redua
_Oil""" '. niAdieino, I have over. taken and I for what" the subject of conversation he of mankind, the Iron was the H. C. of L.
humanity's l'lll'rment.-Rcd
"*|M live."-MIW.: ALICE MILAM 07 Havan- Cross Briefs no thicker" than that of a cooklngp.nflhov'd'lnward
I the safe. ,I IOnce I Our !
tub PU I j -Hlckman and used It spring 1920 catalog is ready and will be mailed free of charge on )

i I Nerve Shattered Cleanliness and fresh air are the when ht had talked his come I J' as a lever, tugging and straining until request. It contains information of value for Florida truckers and planter\ j t
panlons almost to the of Insane
I greatest enemies of disease verge ', the sheet of metal ripped away like a
AuRiMta, Oa. "I> Iloroc's
!- r. Favorite
I'romiriplion" rratorod mo to perfect health Ity, old Jeremlnh MacLaren openly strip of brown paper. Then using his Now is the time to place orders f or all seeds-you can't afford to wilt j t

when. 1 liaii, tNWtimo a comiileto' nervous. Informed him that, In his opinion, the weapon as a rammer he stabbed at the for seeds when the proper season arr ives to plant.
wreck. I WUK mifferuiR; with backache.,.. WORE NOSHOES safe was a snare of the devil ; that outside steel.
caused liy, mv kidneys IwaomliiR coma.wta 1. Mr. Illckman's pride In It was nothing
and my nerve* were completely. nluittenxl. I|I The sound of a human voice caughthis COTTON
less than and SEED I
1 was nut site' to do any work I wan so sinful that sooner or ears.I .
weak. 1 eoulil not uli-ep.. I was. *o niirvouii. FORT later he'd he visited by some terrible AMBER CANE, ORANGE TEXAS RIBBON CANE MILLET PEANUTS|
and my I 11.,1.| | . wiia I I I "What de hell's de matter" It said. ,
very poor. wan juHtn judgment In consequence. I I HOG GOOBERS TEOSINTE I
1' wreck when my mother pave me, tint I Some one strolling Into the basement . RAPE, EGYPTIAN WHEAT, SUDAN
Tuvoritn rnnnplioii'. and when I had. But Jerry MacLaren was a Scot, anda GRASS RHODES GRASS
had heard the Infernal row andI SEED SWEET POTATOES VEUEtJ
tnke.ll nlMilit tue lioltlen I wiw well and YEARSLOS rival hotelkeeper to boot ; so It may ,
Ktrntw., "-MUS. N. I.. come to Investigate. BEANS, OATS, RYE, COW PEAS.
GOOUVMN Hal have been Jealousy, and not mere piety, I I I Iwhich I
Walker Ht.Hemorrhages. Instigated his remarks. He screamed hoarse direction, and
In a few minutes the sharp teeth of
and Nervousness ANGELES: WOMAN LIVED IN One day when Jacob Hlckman went" a center bit was cutting Into the Write immediately for catalogue and price list, also call on us for an1''j

Mai'on, n.! ..'-"At the turn of life I TIED: AND MU.OWKD CHAIR downstairs to pity one of his numerous special information you may desire
lieeaino' ti' neak, very ,iiervnii, ,, and Iron.A regarding your crops. j
UNTIL !SIZE> HICGAN TAKING dally visits to the safe
run-don n. tlll."f. III)' neiulilmm' in Ala something happened small hole wan soon made. nlrkI GET: OUR PLANTING
bama. luul IH>III. eurml, In II,. I'o.h'.. 3 'liintiltiiuiii. ' in ItulTalo. and unfastened the door, stepped In- I SEE DSE.A.Martin
and then
( promptly fainted.
I III"IIII\\'II.". lieartl. lr Pieree'fl minheiiieespoken ,
. nf wi liiitlilv tlmt I jiint ...11.1., ; up. mvinintl hail to be cared for just like a side, and feeling a slight: drag on the There were wet bandages around i
to try 'liiti>nti. '"-.,enpneo| .' Two baby before I began taking Tanlac," loose alpaca jacket be was wearing, : Illckman's head when be catiie round.
I'fit ties of thin. ttu"laihr hrotiiJit,, me thru said Mrs. Alice rave a sharp jerk. The action If unthinking I "'
Murphy, of 1501 A dull ringing! filled his ears ; his handswere'envelnped
tlieeritienl, ( time| I'!I. .
tiiHplemliil" < 'mid' eure 1 1im I Seed Co.
) of tho liemorrhiiip'M. unit norvniHiicHM. I Pennsylvania, avenue, Los Angeles, was a perfectly natural one. In wrappings ; he was ,
lioneHllv tlo )M
to IN theerv. lit'Hl. miulieinu a "Two "click." I: stiff and sore that when' he moved he
I had
i coma eiiii thru thin, eritmuln.vl years ago a very severe
|"- car tiro-alltrl.\ JUNMii; C:, attack of muscular. rheumatism," she Swinging around Jacob Htckman groaned with pain. Oldest
l'AlH.iiT.: I7h3 Tlm-d St. continued, "and nn one knows the pain faced the safe door. It had closed be- i To Judge by the sensations In his Established Seed House in Florida

and torture I have suffered since My hind him. feet he had no toes at all ; but the I j I
hands swelled until I could hardly The. door opened outward That stumps burned and throbbed horribly 203-206 East Bay Street
DODSON TELLS THE work slight jerk which. had released bls''! "
my fingers and I haven't been
able to jacket-caught, probably lit, the door The doctor's bearded face Jacksonville ;
put on a pair of shoes because I was bend- Florida ;
knob-had the
set heavy door In
my feet were swollen so. I had sharp motion leg over hIm when he opened his eyes ,
HORROR OF CALOMEL i pains upon well-oiled and nicely adjusted and his little ,
through my back so bad at daughter: Marjory stood
iI times that I simply could not keep hinges-and the patent automatic ,, by the bedside holding his head."Touch -, -

I from screaming. Sometimes I got so lock had done the rest and go" said the doctor ZIFF D. D. Thomas attended the how I.'

dizzy everything seemed to spin Hlckman was" a stout man ; It was a cheerfully "I thought you were I Brooker Friday.

Yon Don't Need to Sicken, Gripe around and then I would have sharp very hot day; end his forehead was never coming to. Looked like a case Ziff March 19.-Ziff school closed .

or Salivate Yourself to pains and a chilly feeling afterwards. covered with drops of perspirationwhen for the coroner. Here, take a drop Friday, March 12th.' The patrons Remember that the firm, Thouehtlessncss -

Start IJver.You're I was so helpless that I lived proppedup he entered the safe. of thl." gathered there at the noon hour with and Ignorance, is till promoting "

E with pillows in a chair or in b..dall His paralyzed brain, suddenly awoke "Where am I?" whispered Hick- we1tlll..d\ baskets and the crowd was the spread of disease

the time and had to be helped from and asserted Itself and he stttrted to I man when be had swallowed the well\ served with good things to I'at. The successful treatment of *&**
yell like a drunken Indian. j After dinner a short
one place to another. I brandy."At
program depends
bilious uluj-plnh, 'onlltlpatfld.! was on its early recognition ,
You foal headachy, your stomach may be "1 tried every medicine or treatment Unthinking he yelled and hammered home You've been lying here carried out and a talk by Supt. Pop- Have you been vaccinated recentl,

hour, your breath bad your skin. sallow j we could hear of, but it was money at the door with Ms hare flats until he like this for three days. Thought | pell enjoyed There are 3,500 of tur-erculow
and believe need vile, dangerous ,.thrown wear" exhausted nit.l his knuckles werebrolH..d It was all up. Don't you remember? Mrs. J. cases
you you away and I got so blue I did I and in Florida.
daughter to
calomel to start liver and bowels. and bleeding.: I found I Alva S day Do your part prevent
!brad care to live. Then my husband I "They you In your Ice safe I (' u at Pine l1il1 its further
Here's my guarantee: Ask lour drug. in the papers about Tanlac and 1and by his breath came back, and { almost dead. Rather think one of your her sister Mrs A. E. with Health's spread by
flat for a bottle of Huilium's Tone he began to think with mess- 'i' Surrency Golden Rule.
some tofu Is for good otherwise I
by the time I had taken it four gone ; you're l\If'IIU. -
and take a spoonful tonight. If it or J. B. and K. ,
ure of coherence and to realize Mill5
five the all right. were In'I +
days I saw it t
was helping our
doesn't start your liver and vtralxbten me. horror of his position. I't Jacob Hlckman did Sunday (Ir v's T&steles ehW To**
you right lm better than calomel and Now after taking several bottles, go under. I Miases Rhoda 'I
without griping or making you sick I I can't praise Tanlac enough. My Here he was a prisoner without The first thing be did wa to bring spent' Sunday at and Lomle Thomas tores vitality.od energy by partrrtnl1 .nd'*

.want you to Ito back to the store and nerves are so much better I steep like means of escape or hope of release. suit against the eastern engineering I R. P. Lewis the home of their uncle. tehlng the blood. You can won feel l to Stn*

pet your money I a child all night long. I am already True the key of the door was la his firm who had built his lee safe, for vninpyavlgu.ungCaeCt. Iota Ilk
Take calomul today and tomorrow you doing housework pocket-he had taken It from the misrepresentation failure to adhere George Rivera and slater Miss -
feel weak and nick and nauxeaied. my again it is lock when he Fronle, of ,
.will opened the ., Long
safe But
to contract specifications. Bridge
the first time In How's This ?
two I have were In
Don't hose a day. Tike a poonful ofLannI. years that didn't help him i burg last week. our rTt
shock rate
any. The of his
...., vegetable Doditon's Liver Tone able to !get around at all and wear j I I terjlble Imprisonment Tax thW. offer 1100.00 for any case of "
There R
was a Collector\ J
shoes"Tanlac duplicate key bat that : In the cold room bad turned his n. M. Dowling cannot be cured by
and wake fooling splendid. my CATARRH
tonight up was" In a secret drawerof his bureau hair Quite white, bat It left hi* brain shaking hands with was .f1> WtEDICJz.:1!: !. ,aHALL'S -
It U perfectly uarmlee., so give It to your I is sold by druggists friends at Ziff ,
I' every.where.Adv. and therefore .... Friday ell BWOI
i CUI4r.4 time it can't salivate. I I use! Indeed U i In erat any
|I I L. Oath. Mucous of the W- '
Hlckman's p..nCtlla the safe became He won his salt and got the damages A. Fowler was a visitor gold br d ., Surfaces ;yaRn'
taMwn. no one could find It-eves Us b* claimed. county seat Friday the I &ice)"'t

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xffA 1 ternoon. thy want." Representative Garner NOTICE TO IIFBTOKB AND BKIIITORJ:
Mr. John Kelly and family have Democrat commented that "former All IN.rHin. Indil.Uxl to tlw ,.... of Mm.Ilmtrr .

moved into the hitch cottage.: soldiers, if they continue to be well Ida. drorMMl.Wynn, anr l late r nriilford.trd la pay County thrlr, Hnr-Mid .

"= tJ Mr. Kelly, of Jacksonville, Is moving organized al at present will get all dil.t forthwith, and all ,....nh. having clatmaairalrwt "
into the house that was vacatedby their demands." liald relate phall Air the damn dulrauthrnllratMl. '
|Nothing with balance" with the nndtni.BtiVfl admlnl
wrong our. John Kelly. Replying to a question by Representative I trator within cm. year from date h.....,. prthry
Prof. R. 'Greene, of Lake Butler Kitchin as to when will l.. forrvrr 10..01.'I .
rcprescntatives .
Thl ITth dar of February. 1020.
,.. ; was shaking hands with friends here of soldiers' organizations 'I A M WM.tlAMS.
t -ChesterfieldT Thursday afternoon. "may be expected to make another request '.2--i-4-ZS. Adminl"',tr.tor.NOTICE .

t '. IIE right balance of costly Turkish Burnard Jacobs was a visitor to for financial aid from Congress -
I Lake City, the fir t of the week ?" Major Critchfield! replied I : ton rtHiTHrtmrnt J I"ATION
and Domestic tobaccos of the Intrrlor. lS Land
.i proportioned Mr. and :\Ira. Alderman of Lake "Nobody can tell. Any body of men Oilier at CUniKvlllc.. Fla I
r' ; by experts-that's why Butler wore in town Sunday afternoon which thinks it can get something out IVLruarr H. 1P'H.Ni .
llri> I. hi-ri'blr trUrn 'lint Jon I I'. rv r1-
I >
,j .1. Chesterfields "satisfy. of the rest of the American people Ins of I.nVillullrr.. FIrlda. who on Dcvint.Mr .
'4 J1Jj t Quite a crowd of Lake Butler young! will try to get all they can" ) '.'I. IVI1. maHi. llnmmtrail 1'.1.,.. No. i

.,., '"h'' ( J Every puff brings you the full rich folks passed through here Sunday afternoon Soldier relief also came up in the SiH'llim HMtl?H. ?fr Townr-lilp Wmt Half tl So.of.,Northrant h. Ran.... 20 Onurlor Rat,

.'l1' .,: flavor of genuine Turkish senate where opponents of such legislation VallahanMV Mi-rldian. ha> flIed notice of In.trntlon j I

.1: : j and the lively relish of choice tobacco v. "'. 1 1. Roberts, of Worthington was outnumbered! those advocatingit. In to tttci make land* thrrc abuse. ymr diwrrilwd.proof, to'lNfnr rMalilfnhclaim thcl '":
Domestic transacting business here Monday. Clerk of the Circuit Court at Rtarkr. Klorl.U.' I

;Ijj; .. ,eaf. Mrs Reynolds has returned to her on the Cr.lh name day. of an Marrh.wltnmntvtClaimant 1P20. .

) home in Jacksonville after spendinga Gonorrheal infection in tho eyes of M. I. Cn-n-a, of 1..!.. llutlir. FtnrMa. air\
.,1'.1 I And theblend-the manufacturer's few days here with her daughter the newborn is preventable' The stateboard ft. ('. rrw. of I..k. Ilutlrr. Florida.JIHIHI .
Canon, of lake llullrr. Fliirlila. i iJ
' ;'private formula can Mrs. Jim howling of health furnishes the media II ritln, of rake .,.,II'r. Florlil.. 1 I
. be Mr. and :Mis Willie Hollingnworth ciiio. Due it. ROUT w. mvn. t
r"" not copied. 2.ln-M. Ri'itlnlrr..
', have moved buck into their home by Ninety per writ fir> the guests at the ORDER FOB" rt'lll ICATIOV ,

" '' Every package enclosed R' the Christ inn, church Flutida State Fnrlnt I:Rmford have

l in TE'lg Eustlce ( I lews anti! Alphonso Sanp venereal disease Think it over In ('t..1. Court. Hint of Florliln FlililhJuillrlkl :
',..": r.f!$; glassine, moisture- are attend, Il r school in Luke Butler.Mnnimic ; - - - Oln'iilt, Itradforil' dimly In Chanm '

f'{ proof paper that seals in Hemnaik sprat the weekend I 8.r1'J.. JOHNSOV,

.' it flavor. I here with her PeptoManganMakes Complainantt'FI ,
the t1I brother Smith )Denmark I
I Jl'\It'j101ll.;: b
: I .IT \ \ '
: -. Ih'rrnilnntH r
J.... I I Rich 'n c". t
CIDr lU'marlnir l v "nlTlilm apn nrti i1
: Mil lli'rt. In lhi ahmv-ntati-d "aiw> that IVIII "
I Jiilmiion. tin fhftnilntil Ihrwln namrd I* a *
I, I Miller March l !).-T. II. Waters is nan-ivalilrnt of the Pint nf Florida, unit nil. r rI.
Red Blood I I. u rMlrtmt of town of H.H-Unulm.n, ('narltrnr
visiting l h-, mother at Lake Butler I I'nn.n Plat .>f 0........'... nvrr thi new of ".
I who has Ii, en serioubly ill for two ta.rnlr-.."* ,....... It I. Inn.for*' Unit ('
Ik"I, J Jr mid nrtn.rt'nlili'ndiint In and I bl lirnornuiilrril
I months in? 10 ItliS'I')1t1'ill:; : IN. KUN- lo apnrar In I ho bill\ of i.
Mrs II S :Miller and, little daughter 0'ifl In .alil. rain on or hrfuro M.indnr. Hm *
)MNMN: AMIOMIN: ::. 'io .
'th ill' nf April. 1n.. 1(170( olhrrwlnp. Ih. illI tI >
Virginia. mnde n business trip to \' i<;ouois.! I'l'LI.-lil.OO1)1:11| :\ I inllotii of null) 1.111 will. tin tafcin .. .....1.- j ji \1
Lake liutli t. ..' In 'std d> fi.nd nl.
II E.t: l.111III1M1NDEu It In finthrr nMrrrd. tout thl. or.W lit. nubllnhrrf 14
Miss V'tigie Thomiis was business ... .
: u one* n wish for fl roni rrilllv wwha
visitor to. Take Hutler Fiidny.! : : \It 11'11' sinX In ll> Tltitil'd, Ci.untr T.'lrpaob, a nrwiipa-,
iRr"fMt i i t u > t I In -aid and atatii.Tli. .
.1. O. Tnixler out : n.cCIIIllI'
county Hgent wm Mnre-h H ( < I

vaccinating hogs Monday for it. 10 I'CII.IS\ i.KU'ii' \ \) OK 'r.\ \11.101': w T wmc('. )
ISRAI Clrrlc Clr.dt ( "J
Brown and N. II. Stokes. 1'lIIM-TIII: NVMI-! : Jiinirs- e A. KNiniiT u. (

Albert Miller mado a trip to Lake THE: GUIIII\ : 10mi: II.N.DIM ; :: A r AI1KINS. Ih-t.iitv Drrk. ,i1
Butler SaUnd.iyMr. ; Fi.llrltor for ("Vmptnlnant. IMI-M-4-S 1 F w

and !Mrs..lohn Mott, of Luke .1'
Butler, visited the tatter's parents It is a true saying that your health til )ruby jilvi-n that uniti-r and t>. .1virtue ",
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas lastweek .., N final' il..*rn IH only at good as your bluml. Good, ... . f
nil. rnti .1 lit a nortnln mine* iw niHnii In the i
} rich blood manifests \itself (III n '' ,'** .. "' " ' "rnilfunl County, rlnr'da. on t, ,"
Miss Mnhel Brown who has been natural) complexion, clear kvi.ii eyes; tl I... t IIMIK., iy aide I of ald court: mad unit J 1I'wn. s
nti.n'd an tin* 80lh day nf ril.rilarv, A. O.
attending the normal ot Lake \llutler IhrlesH energy and entliuHinsm! ; anil! whrti'ln thi. until Fmiim: Klrlmnl U nm. ..*. :

0 spent the week-end with homefolks.Mr an abundant supply of lehervoFtiength. tnltilint.. mill .1. V Conwav unit flitrtinrH .zii JM..I.
way HI** di'fnnilnnl. the. nnilomlirnoil, mi .
and !Mrs. O. V. Brooks
...f were ..,. will ...11 boforv tin Court, llotimi Poor
visiting relatives Sunday And just as ptmltively" tines poor ..f County, Start.. fl.irl.ln. on M.m. ..
day. the nth tiny of Al'rll. A. 11. ll'n I"- \
Elsie Stokes was a visitor to Lake thin blood! directly influence the entirasyntem. Iwwn tlif liffMl l lintini of putt1. In tin hlvhmt
Butler Friday. I'ltUmillow) romplexioiiR; and list Mililir; for: l-niih tho f.ilUmlnn ilo. r
rrilM'il ronl relate, pltimt..t1 mud Iwlnv In th* d i
made lull Imtlt'SH
Algur Thomas n hip to eyes; step; languidneNH; .
oiinly of llrnilfiinl mil fttnlit of lurliln, 10. :
r Worthington Springs Saturday.Carl tlri'dness; worn-out feeling; genernldejected wlfTho; ?
Brown, who Is intending thelake nt'RS and uiiliappiiieHH are Kn.t llnlf of this N.irl!>..",( Qitnrlor ;
of tho Northonpt Oiinrli-r of flix-tlon VI, In"uoniihii
Butler school wan/ here duringthe positive signs hilt I the \body IH not receiving : II Rniith. llnnnii: ,2 Tiut: ciintnlnlnic

week-end. Its proper notirixhincnt thru Twenty 1 lirroN. ntiiro iir I.... ",
M "'I(.
Seelier Stokes; made business\ the \blood.! P. .TOM 4
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' Worthington/: >rlnJl's /Saturday: I'epto-Mniigiiti helps, restore vigorous Hollrllnr for (""mt..I".nl."i
PRESSURE O-lIlU'I:: S LIUIITKNEO greater than thorn of any other na few who undei'stand even two )per
.1'-80 GERMANY' CAN I'AY DEBT tion. One of the American confereescxpieAod fectly. This involves interpreting tulleinterpretmg Louis :Simpson; and sister Anna health, hi'ciuiHe it contains the .
I Lee, of KingHliind Ga., are visiting very ol< im'ntft so inuili needed! \by the! PPtCIAI. MANTFIfR IU IK. ,1Notlro
the that said 1 the
------ opinion today Jll'rhupil everything at In hmliy "Iv.n that no"Irr and W JJvlituo
Lloyd; George; Credited With\ !Move to German sympathizers in Amor 'l council table. Even then it develops their aunts MesdameH J. I). Brown hloiid to nnlile it to perform its functions '- nf H flnnl it...rn..> of fon>H.,..tiro tnn'ln ,
and 11. C. Peeples. and supply the holly with nourishment mill nlinil. In A irrtnln ran o tirn'l'n In tho .iIniilt .
Aid Former Foej lea least will with the that delegation .
i ut come forward ut next day's meeting one I e Court of llrtiiKnnl Coiml 1"1",1. on
-- I I RubHcriptions. did not understand clearly theprecise H. C. Peeples and ,daughter Anna energy and Ktrcngth. tho ('),nnm'rr. plilo nf auld court, mnili linifrotoroil ,
',' I Belle, and Carrie Belle Brown made a Fur your ('onvl'Illl'llrP. 1'epto-Mon- on the Snub' day of rYtirimry. An. \
'A: of the attitude of another .
j fin noteworthy phase meeting The question of finally fixing Germany's delegation.The inn, whi-riln the pall r ll Inns I. ..oml.liilnni.t. -
;Jot the peace conference is the chang J i I indemnity at specificsum question: most agitating; the trip to Ijike City last week.Earle gun Is 11I'f'I'Url'd in tn"I"tIII well im unit I.. I. Rnnii. Jr., rt Hi.
. eel ..attitudo towards Germany In'i,'I war a Italians and the Jugo-SlavH still is Peeples spent, the wcck-eml liquid l form. )Iloth poHHt'HB exactly I till pro. fi.nilnntp. th* ,.mdrn/lrd. 1 IIP Nn-nine, ,,
i is also being discussed. Belief with homefolks medicinal value, Mitntxr. ..'n aril lu-foro the Court ltm.. I>,",r ;,
,Wgrh (diplomatic circles it is asserted !I is expressed the German government what President Wilson's attitude will name of llrnilfnril County, Htprki I'lorlitn, fin Mitn : i
--. There IK but one genuine 1'epto- tiny1 Mh' tiny of A .11. A. nfl. land ho.tworn .
;the conference has come to recognize organize its finances and industries be toward the proposition of a dil'(>ctIIl.ttleml.nt ? .
can tho tiip| lioiirp nf ttplo. tn rte hlvliopt ,
. Mitngnn and that is (::11.1. .. If the
AS A .
that Germany ruined would mean a more efficiently if the German between them of their territorial and iH-pt for rpiih tho follnwlnv ili<* .
}...tak spot and a dangerous spot in people know exactly what are their claims. BONUS:' WOULD CAUSE PANIC' .. !came "GuII" ,, is not on the package! < : n-pl mlplii. pltiml'il unit tVtnir In th. 'jcounty ;
It is not I'epto. -Mangan-Adv. (if Mrpilfnrit and .'* of Florida, towilt -
arope. obligations and what they are to be .. .. N .*"
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;}:Great called to This question FIVE MILT People Taxed lo Limit NHW-\\'ollld One* arm In mom,? nf KI"..,..r Avenue and uj
) Britain and personally Premier upon pay. was JltlKiK: S('( KiS: JIIKY 1'(1It VKIN Start II...,. In I,.w',,,, ..1.. ('n..,,'* a-H ....!... w
. Lloyd George are credited with left by the treaty to the reparation Cause :Still higher I'rlcoH OUT itiMiiitin:: ; : MUKDI.K\ CASE: lv'"" and lnlnv In flie 21. Towmthln RHimlh

being the chief forces in bringing this i commission, but the present idea appears Five Mile, March 111.- Mr- U. L.- I Ian Inn.. ft and. Fan iitorei, l/toi-livr liiilldlnir wtlh thereon.nn.l thedwelling1 ".

policy about. The French peace delegation to be that the conference prob- Duke has l.een quite ill tor several A bond issue to pay adjusted compensation "Moral (".,,,,arIIN;" I'tildlcly ('('nNllr.>d this Htnrk and fixture, now. In nr h...*. .

is described as moving toward ably will take it out of the hands of days l is now convalescing. to former niTvico men, Ke- Them IIN breeders! of Lynch Law i, after| In ciommrnnlnv liei placed. In nn Bald tlie.\ .1.flnnth\ ..... IniUdlnirAMO line' "f. flee' *, rf

this point of view reluctantly though the commission. | Mrs. P. P. Ilekle and children were publirun Leader! Mondell, told the linn '". where It ......... this ",-.1...".-. lr !0',

. It !. moving. It was asserted the The purchase and allotment of raw guests: of TvlativcB in Lake Butler. Fri- house ways and means committee, Asheville, N. C.. March 12.-('har rIng r- V"."Ine"*....ItHllway t 2V Fail.Track soul rim In North TownBh cm .aid'ial-II Hntith.' P..

French are less immovable than when materials and of food, which the conference day. would engender a panic and send) prices that the iiieiriliers of the jury were way trarli IIT fart thi-nre. at Hit ........'. ,;''',

M.1 Qemenceau was at the helm of is considering, and on which Misses Mae Duke, Norma Dekle ballooning" He\ cipposed any relief "bti.p ders of lynch 'law," Judge J. II. In Bftlil Hallway truck Fat and SMI.Ill\ u inn '"'

1 State. How to set Germany on her I] the necessity for a joint arrangement and Clarice Long have entered the legislation at this time on the Kay in mipfiior court lit llendernon- ,tii.lnt..1. In of a of run 1.,1.Rnuth,.and Frm Went Maid nr (9niirnllil :..

feet \ ia one of the largest questions I is recognized; may involve consideration II High School at Lake Butler. ground that heavy additional taxes ville today diHrninHed thc jurymen who with, she lla Iway Irn-li 1"1 fi 't.tlicnci 11 .

the conference is now considering. It '. for former enemy countries. They Prof T. E. Dekle was an appreciated would be necessary whatever plan of yesterday returned n venlict of nol ,aid I'ntlway FHMt' and track Hinilh"n''r.'at .flab th.'ni.t antflrni Nurth: tn |M i

Das considered probably it will sanction probably will be given a fair share in guest in Five Mile Friday. relief was adopted.! guilty in the CIIHO of Conncll Talky I .and', '.' t. nr parallit with Bal.t rallwav tru'V Lt '

! an international loan to Germany the distribution in accordance with the | Mesdames Ulumc and Duke were "I 1 duti't believn we can |SHU(' bonds" aged 17, on trial for the murder ol .".".""I.4ma.. ,, I"salt"""Railway"'...1 and track"' "210.... or fi.i.1.a'to rlph/the j"I 1

[,bat the question of security is a basic ""new policy of putting them on their Sunday guests of Mrs. P\ 1'. Dekle. Mr. Mondell snid. "If! they were intended Will Erwin an Ktownh merchant KCV" ,..,1..1 of tH.irlnnlna-, ''
.. I I for investment they would! real weeks The Also cimimcnclner' at II,. RW\ Corner of "....
told th i
l 011/1 !Mrs. W. T. Parrish vas to iigo. judge ojuryrnen '
feet.The Raniri. !;.. and Lrun
I'd. Hniith. (if l.
lIt la will be I fleac'onfrrenre is' reaching its threaten the specie Imnin of could under ;;:::i.h'nftA.:: ; 12I
1t i ( expected a plan arrang4e4 the bedside of her mother Sundiiy. currency.A they never serve I nr it"" *ci a nnlrit' 1'1I.
which will offer inducements to theE '!. decisions more slowly than otherwise Mrs. Green was taken sick while popular. issue would have nil the ill him ngalii.Judge ., Iti'irlnnlnif ; FBM sun ft ttirnceeNoritt .

, rich>flmnller neutral countries to subI would bo the case because of the differences cm a visit to relatives in this section effects of an investment issue, besides I Ray said ill liis nildiesx to the Hi.nlI. nn Kitt fWtlim fort ttiHiirtB II ism 240 w..t fart nun lo'et,pnliit ttti.nce of ''ulwvlnnina

scribe I Jto a loan. Even England: her of language. The proceedingsare |last week und Upllll her return home inflating currency, jurymen hut their verdict IIf not guilty / '

(. r pre entative believe, will contribute being conducted in three languages I became no much worse her condition "Kxteiifion: of fumticiiil n.lief in utterly was a flagrant itilmarrlago of justice w..AlBo.t Clnartcr It.B NorlhwrBt and '10.. I"n-t Cita'ti Iliilr nf,,f the.Hi,. North."",,,'h- \"

; officially or unofficially althoughEngland's -.English, French and Italian. There is at present critical. Her many Impossible unless the people are that n venlut of first degree murder wmt Ounrlrr of I Norlhwoil Onarli-r of theiKmilhweBt
ll"..... of II... ". ..". *> 0,....,..
{ !: financial commitments of arc no members of the conference who 1 friends here hope she will noon recov willing to stand heavy additional tax- was proilicatx'd on tin1 evidenceami mid tho Wmt Half' nf Our KnH>.."
;!Irloud, sorts arising from the war are understand all three languages and er. es. A consumption tax, always unpopular by their failure to return a of this H'inltiwi Quu'I.' HMiilt.wHt.t' tCJuarlrr

1.0 ---- --- Minnie Murphy in suffering with a Is the only tax which could! verdict I they had shown themselves to liiinwei 22 of f:...H(...itlnn It, Tuwmihin. : II South, .

= -........-, I' severely burned foot. tie collected from month to month be 44mor
_.__.:C'II -_ __ Our farmers are taking advantageof producing revenue continuously." IIITII weighed In the balance and found lion. el, Tnwi.ahln ft Smith "nf.1,.. Kmit. I
North Hectlin 1'nr' t"n "
, k an run nn | lopoint a
these pleasant days to begin their piesentative Pwoiie; Republican, wnntifig. ill hiiclnn' ,. ""'..... Wieit mt fi'i't.thencei .
, planting operations. uigi-d adoption of a .bill grunting: an "Such blunders an yours in this cum North Z41 fr.l thence" pal t flin .

" .' I Several are putting in a few acres extra year's pay to all theme In the{ cause shotguns to roar In the hands or |Milnt/ nf Hnulh liewlnnfnif.ABII nn. Rreitloll. Hnei 240 fe,', to the

'1- of tobacco as an experiment.Math service, except those -who served less angry molm and lonely trees to grimn | Ihe Norlh.HBt (Jnnrtcr of '10.. Boilthraiit -
Juke had the misfortune to than two months. ]Ile c-stimatc-cl I such beneath their; gruesome burden" the CMarti.r of the HmiHica 't (Onarti am> "
the I..t: Half of the Nnrthcaiit CJimrli.r of thee
get quite n bit of his fence burned! a plan would require an outlay of el ,- judge "iI. "1 would not be performing ...."110..",' Quarter nf Hortlnn 27 --rnwnnhln.

){ ffea Sunday during a high: _indo People :!\dIOGO/,11(10. iny duty did I not publicly censure Mouth, I ll.Ins n... 22 I:..'. and riinlalnlnit sit l acrmrnoret W

T'r' 'should be more careful 5n putting fire Th cash payment plan of the American you for this verdict" lie r'mindn(1th..m or F: M JOIIV I. '".,

in the woods. Ijcgion for $r>0 for each month of that he could not tell them what A V lONfl, H|,...-lnl Maatcr '
service endorced by A. B.CritctifMld verdict to rfturn but that bo Reillnllor for Complainant: llll'llt.42jBAIP
I Mr!. :Mittie Gilbert, of Haineti- was Maj. had c utiorrtd --- ; J

.i THE UNIVEHCAL CAR worth visited her mother Mrs. Har- infantry. Members. of the them to consider all he filets (IP UOAII ANI IIIIIIK:*.. iinvrmlloret.v -,, ';

barn Dukes last week. committee challengi-d bin statement and return u verdict in accordance' nil c. 1 IP ..I..." thiit .t ? '1o n'clonlt !
"I'I I',' 1 Mr. James Johnson of linker County "that former soldiers would) get what with these facts He mild/ he rind! m, n ,mOo. Tue.tlpy. the bath .... .., I 10;;" "'",'''. ,/ ...
,1 The Ford Coupe with nn electric selfstart'ig lily lit flue county court, hnur In Stark,. j
is visiting relatives here this week. apologies. to make for his! remark" I'lnrlitn. II.. will' offer for ..1..
tf 1); and lighting system u one of the most popular is interviewing Tulley according to the authorities. I lion, mill. . no ,..r ...1". of the .M.MII nn ,r f1
members of the Ford I''amily. It h a I Miss Delia Duke e l.inih lo Iw iHHiieil l.v Funnel n..... and
't permanently in the i interest of( ut the time of his arrettt confessed I to I *
our good houtte-wives IMMtrlet' NumlMne of ItrnVlrnrfl Cnuntrrlnrliln l'
"'.r, enclosed car, with sliding plate glass better gardens. You fu More Work, a cornplic-ity in the murder of Hrwin iifhorlreri. hy Chpnter 7IMIO,, pp pnienif.eil I 1

I windows-an open car with plenty of shade. :- ----.--i Yea are, mine ainbiiioiw and you itnt more Jim Th'imnH, negro jointly Indictedwith hyh.nler with 71t.the|, reHolutlnnn'..w. ,,f PT.rl.l. and..|.'InnceortlHiiee ,

t Then in inclement weather enclosed and cozy 1C.\IFOKI1Mr enjoyment out of evttrythiutl .where. your Talley/ him not yet been tried. of II..nil 1rii>teep of the upl.l ill.lrct nf the..inleil("" .of i;
t' and the for blond is In Rood condition. Impurities III January nth l 2n'Ihe .
dust-proof rain-proof. Just car --'- ... \ I 1
the blood i have a very depressing eTec t on aid .n.l. ant lo In. ilnliil till I.
'1 traveling salesmen physicians architects contractors N. T. Itrtch and family movedto the system, causing weakness: Ia7inees KILLS RATS perli mil,..and the. will, lie.IPHIIPI,. In twentyvlvht ((151\1
Crt .1.
builders and regular family fort Jacksonville the first of the week.
a ; car I nervousness and sickness III'anil .*.10 micrr.illno ...rli-.. In mptnn.lino .
two. 1)cmolmtablcrirnswith3.tlchtresall! Quite a crowd of the Rniford young OROVB'S TAJill.LI.SS Chili If IMCrenuirm I' year Inter llil.ll ,h.. gerlep wild' .h precede. 'I'I

s around. To women it brings the convenience ;i folks attended the show at Lake Butler EII..rgY..lld. Vitality l 1,1"" Purifying I lurid. mice- -that's HAT-SNAP, the oldreliable 1 1I II IM II.ot' t.u .nay.. S.rla A will rnntur* ,IU IH 2 Her II '
mptiire lillv/
I. |ir".
' I and comforts of the electric wi th the durability Saturday night., and Lunching: the llliKMl. Whom you fed rodent destroyer. Come in aral t ." nn Th. ,ImnilH to he ofT for pals!
a' Jacobs and Durnard Irs IreiiUlbnuinii.. Invigorating atIictnee rakes14o mixing with other food a nforniplil will lie .. foltowpi 1
Mr. ,
and economy of the Ford car. Krrly orders will George! how it brings/ color to the check and how I Your money back if it fails 1 .nno' .nn each of f...1... > n c n .R. r.
'. ?/ were visitor to Lake City Sunday. It the n II I ., K I.M N f| I'QIIRT .
; L Oid long delays in delivery. imjirovm *j.ielltn| you win then !
2ic cake ,
i Mr. and Mrs W. H. Andrews Mrs! approclateU, true tonic value. ) enough, for Pun- AX And d'A It nmi*.).nn each o' it. y. W. X. Y. 7.:. '

:i The Ford GarageA. A.Andrews n. Andrews were visitor and John to Sandcnton Arthur OROVB'S Is not a patent TASTELESS medicine Chill It I I"TONIC simply line size (2 cakes) fur Chicken ..1'01w1'The Haul annum hnmh tipvnl. tn I hepr, ml Intcrmt.nnimtly,at In s N.per.... "i

Sunday afternoon. IRON end QUl.NINK! BuiiK-iidiul In feyniji. House, Coops or Small Bullrings! 'York 1'. .. or.. Pt In Ihe otTlce Ihc lt..r.l' nf llnnii ,
rlorlila. ,
Harold Wall and Alien Canova ..f So ilniiiuint even children like It. '1 he $1.00 sire (I f; cakes) enough for all may elect ai hol.len

A. W.. & G. A. ANDERSON Starke; In town Sunday after blood xiUuluiiie/ tu Purify and IRON farm and outbuildings, storage buildings All bill. iihall U In wrltlnv. ..."I..t. and un.conilltlonal .
were to Enrich it. These reliable tonic pre>- or factory building '. and may, lie for p'l' the Imnil nown5rrod

noon.Earl: Whitten, Helen Nauright Per mle never fall to drive out Impurities in I Sold! and Guaranteed by MitchoH's nun. nn. nr and say.hull Carl I-thinof....,.."".mil."10'/1 than a .tin cr.! .
tie Mood.Thn Store and D. net rtiM-k for 1 .r aunt ,,r lh. ,., ,
4 la Whitten'were visitors' to Lake Butler : Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S _Drug. C.. Jones 3-l. >-4t. the luinila bid fcr.Kal.l .1" value| ? II'
Friday! "ftmoon.Tlalph TA&TrLLSS Chill TONIC hiss made It -------- ----- -- iK.nrt to h> llverc.1 tn the purchanol
NOT1E: TO nuiToim Ann" CHMMTOKH: .. .iMin .. Ihi-r can ,IHI '..Ihl....
Alvarez and Herbert Bitch, the favorite tonic In thousand of homes All IH .."u. Inil,'ll .. t,, the state of M .. The rifht to nl**. any or all blih. hir.hy
of Starke were in town Saturday More than ttnrty-hvn year sgo! folk Hunan Hfrit Hutom hula, 0)f llruirnril. County la rmerv.4. .
? niP'htt.ola would rides long distance, to get<.!<()Vh.'bTASTtXLSS ....rtd.. dim.MHP ,11 a ryyy : ... TRUBTFOs:
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ei X1lYI' : Chill TONIC when a forthwith and. all |n RI'rr" ) ROA"In
f'a Le Canon the weekendhere mrHlnKt fnlil elate iihBll fllir
spent Iha 10m. I'ninr.K .
member of their family had Mxlurla or Dmrnirr NO ON,.
duly Kutlu-ntlratwl.. with, tlm I .
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a with her parents Mr. and Mrs un >xreutnr N rA rl 'IIUJ r COUNTY FLOBHy .
Deeded a body-building utrcntfih-kjivliiij/ within nim rear from data 10..,...,. rthiv IDs I
I D. f;. Canon. tonic. The formula It JUKI the Santa today will tw frirvvrr l..rrMJThl R! B M'IIP'W8.Ch..n..
|I Mr. Greene and Mr. Alderman of and you can gel It from any drug Z7th clay of Pvbrunry. !D2D. ,
Lake IJutlcr town More. SOc botU. II. J. HIBWART: Th. foremlnir ...1. (h.. han puptrmneil nnlll
were in Sunday af.j j jJ per 1-21-91-4.23. Esaeutnr.: Monday, March J6lh 1550. 4.rf.

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-- Bens of the county .t the forthcoming primary.P. .I WANTED-Chicken and eggs n;;

'I t. Bradford County Telegraph I It (| knowing nothing of politics usage FARMERBROWN : Political AnnouncementsFOR M. PADGETT.I II at C. A. Mixon'u stand.

{ and precedent, would be in a helpless hereby announce that I am a candidatefor -
| condition but would Hoover? Not so STATE SENATOR rm-mlxr cif. the hoard of Public Instruction \
I Slat Stnator for the No S. I promise" if elected to FOR SALE-A one horse( wagon
: T candidate for for District
.. I I you could notice it. He has been as .m a ...... duties of the off ..
t pblmhed Wc4kIy.and entered 'eC- 1f>th Dbtrict. and will appreciate the aupportat r.l.hrulllduoeh. the harness. D. E. Knl bt. 1234TOR
trying positions scores of times before Wt'll. Rastus, Its you and I for a the coming. imrnarr of my ft.How rltlM>n.. and nerve the county at large to the best of my
..w. clan matter nt th. po tc.ftI'e atStan. land in countries where he had to use trip to town alone today. Samantha j A. Z. ADKINS. ..bll"1J respectfully solicit your votes at the
I. .. Florida > the sign language lIe wouldn't know is on one of her high horses today. FOR RM-KF8ENTATIVE-CROUP ONE primary election In June SALE-Upright piano I'ht.'apf:;

r. =-= 'h'O__ the "ropes" but he would\ pull the She she won't go to town unless I I hrnby. announce that I am a candidate forRopmintatlve MEMBER PdlOOL BOARD DIST. N. II| cash. Mrs. J. 111. Alvarez, St...
i I the LeKlitlatura, Group No.1. candidate. for member. of the County ,
>.. S.:MATTHEWS, Editor and Ownrr. i iI..J j i I ropes down and reeve others to suit buy her one of them Talking! Machines 'I ....|"Ttfully! acilicit In the support of the votenat Board I am<>a t ubllc Instruction for District No.j I I IcitiaciiB FIa. a-6.5L
himself Organization. mediation and and could buy it today. Told her I;, the coming irimarr ch-ctton 8. and risivctfully solicit the votes of 1 -
I| I JOHN J. BLACKWELPFB of the district at the primary .I..ton, -
the solving of hopelessly tangled would. as. soon as I could sell one IJ I J. D HAXTCItOHIiHt FOR SALE-Ford in
"Automobiles will have no effect on In June care good condl
;. j I I nopetions has been his, daily job for them 'rittl'r&-they are pretty |> FOR REPRFPESTATHE< -CROl'P TWO I tlon used only six months r"
/: U. S. oat acreage, says a headline.. his but I'm fe-edmg some of them stock I herby. announce tnywlf candidate' in : FOR PlIILICATION t. .
He loses tcm- i;
V1j.l From which we Infer that the farm.i many yrars. never I[Group Two for nom'nation for the off lee of In Circuit Court State of Florida. Eight Alvarez, Starke. ltr
( feneed.i I 11'1'1', but if the gentleman from Pad- powders and I think they are picking I I fU'imwrntativr In the Lnrislnture from Bradford Judicial Circuit, Bradford County, in Chancery '
I up-country are stoutly "Mr. President, it is a party up some now. If they do as well as I I County. Florida aubject to the action of I -
says, I 'the Democratic Primary to be held June Nth.I J. 1. MITCHELL I FOR SALE-Good dinvas\ tent
i Of tho field pieces captured from expedient" Hoover will pull his pencil that bucket of Hog Powder did they )I (I2D. I ronprctfully aoliclt the rapport of ALL Complainant I I and hunting for
i I from behind his ear, draw a circle will be coming up to the lot bellowing 'I, Ttpmocratle voUn and. If Hrcted. I'romine v. I IDi fishing patties I D. E.
t the German Hit arc unsigned to Flor- 'I t I1 faithful and comckntioun( ...1'\01..... MARY v. MITCHELL Knight.
his to which will to the market 2-27-tf
j ida. Our member in should ', with' two linen ncross it on pad see go: FVERETT M. JOHNS ft'fidant. Ib I
congress ,, and exclaim: "Party expedient ? Whatis first. ,. It apixaring t>y affidavit ap|1wndd, to the '
'r. be requested to sec that Starke FOB COUNTY JUDGE II filed: in the above stated cause that Mary
re.l that? Tut tut my dear sir; there'sneither Snyder wall telling me about the V. Mltchtll. tho difindant therein named Is a CROSS TIE CUTTERS: -Write for
ceives of these 11'8.
!$ one trorh I am a candidate for county Judge of Bradford ; of I lorida and;: J'
non-resident of the state
in it. When and ship ties
,I sense nor justice chicken powder DeWitt C. Jones is I county and r-nt>y announce tny candiftncy abuuU of defendant in un-i prices your of an

The editor of the Gainesville Sun !'! you begin to talk business then I'llI selling.\ He took a package': home and In the rciminy primary June S. 1920. known; and or bh"V- the: age of twinly-onc: 1 1ytars j grades: to Cress Manufacturing ('s,
Having lived in the county all of life and
nays "the Bradford County Telegraph I i iin i listen." fed it to his hens, and they began; to I' nerved It In a public way for erviral I : It difrnaant la thrr..fore bo and ordi'ltd I Is hir.l.y that cold required nonreHldint I:I Jacksonville. Florida. 3-S-20-1p>

alwaya level headed and practical." ]! If Hoover should become president lay like sin. They were In such a' ffel) that 1 can "'ftict'nhiy( pprfortn the diltim to apinar to the bill of complaInt filed In said: !' -
of office solicit the of all -
We thank you, brother. :A compli-I the politicians would find they had 'I hurry to lay they would get two and [ mocratic aaid v'ru.J and If rlrctrd aupliort promixr fnith-, I cause May A.on I or). 1920.before, otherwise Monday. the the allegations 17th day of of I FOR SALE-South Carolina whit

mint from Much a source is very much i! caught a tartar the profiteers will be three on one nest at once. His wife ful and conncif. .ntioui vervicea R A. GRF;FN. said bill ....11br\ taktn as confessed by said Leghorn eggs :for setting, he&'Yaring'
smoked out and was bringing him to town the other j defendant I
I appreciated. I government expenses I h,'"by announce mynclf a candidate for the It la further that this order be tmhlished I ] strain. 15 eggs $1.firj. tI
reduced It will] be n government run morning in the buggy when out rolled office of County Juritre of Bradford Coutitv. once a week for eight consecutive wciks delivered by '
ii :''on the commission plun.j I II Ii an egg from under the sent. Pretty' Florida end on account of my. health I will In the llradfnrd' County Itgraph, a n...... $3.20 parcels po We learn that Professor Arnaldn !'} not Ite SIlO to make an acti\e campaign and papi piihliHlifd In Ha d county and atata i S. McCormick, Raifoul Fla !'..'7.4t t'
11" Maggiro or isoiogna, nua aiscovt'reii i L soon out came another so they look- w ll .irrpatlv unnrceiMto any favor my friend This March II, 1UJO. '
: I. under the seat and thqre was an I'loon .iclve me I lull-It your contort tn I IC.Ine the haccilun of j ALAH'rfA \
I lethargic encipliatililis; j I'AI.SE I .. primary HIIMIITIfully T J. I)Kl.E:. I| (!CAL) Clerk Circuit Court.Iiy FOR SALE-For
1 L, and has' named it "ipnocioctfl.: If: ho | Il'd hen. He says he don't know how j c. A. KNIGHT. prompt acceptanceand .
looks closer he will find other things I she would have laid if she had ., role riERK OP TilE CHICl'IT COURT ', Deputy i'rk. cash with order we ofTci fob.. -
Chicago highbrow, who in top- 'I I R. II MOSFIFY. here the following seeds
not get ncairt but they took her back herrhy annnitnco mvnclf fi candidate for : IlornU
besides ipnnccocco in bologna Solicitor for Complainant. 8.1 1)-lit-S-id.
I heavy and lists considerably to stari tho office nf Clerk of the Circuit Court f
i I board, title of I home and she is doing quite well considering. Bradford County I Bubjf-ct to the action of thftvofim Runner Seed Peanuts $3 per bush,
I" 7)1 Jacksonville in to have a sweet potato under the formidable' I I at the coming. ,..Im"..,*.. Jun. 8th T ap NAVY RECRUiTING 12c per pound; SO day Speckled Vil:
"head nt laboratory
Chicago psychopathic prccinto the dutlra of thin Important olTicp,
storage building to hold :80,000( and internationally, famous asa I It l is wonderful about them Hog lit fed l that I am Qualified to dlncharirc. them Mr K. Adkins, C. C. S., recruiting vet Beans $3.25 per bushel. : Or
bu'shcls Powders.! My hogs: come up and squeal I Having. acrvrd the public IK.fore. the votoni ar* mond's Selected Seed Coin $r,
to bcjrlir with. This means pr
psycliojmthologmt i wanted to say ( well 1 all> to judge. aa to my IItn.... for tho of officer will arrive in Stake today
thut the lowly tuber has made business something startling, When a Chicagodetntcc I, for more and they begin to slick\ up flee' *. and If they chonte to el.ct mo. I promlne'faithful (Friday) and remain over Saturday. bushel $1.60 per peck. II T. Hall
and extra kink their tail and vfficiint Bcrvlco Yotir; nupiinrtIs Co. Lowell Fla.
"sit and lake notice an in 1-6-tf
up information in
of the abstract sciences Anyone wishing regard
' opens : rrapi-ctrully aol cited G w. ALDEKMAN.
4 and that Bradford county farmers arc I his mouth for publication it Is a cue ) and look mighty wise. '| - to naval affairs may obtain it be seeing -
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I assured of a good market for all the for the public to grin; and wink. The Howdy Neighbor Jones, glad: to see Tn the making Circuit. thl*Court. my announcement of Bradford Count for Clerkof I him nt the postoflice between the FOR SALE-Oeceola velvet bran need

4 I potatoes they can raise. An Immense learned doctor asserts that America's you around again, feeling right pert respect fully loliclt the nupport of the people, hoursofa.m.iindp.m. I; large prolific, good keeper makes
i again': I see. I want of them I .uhj amount of them was grown in the males are going to the demmtlon bow one election H C. RICHARD pnmanr -. I plenty of vine; matures in 120 days:
I ; Starke section last yet the potat Steel Beam Brinley Plows you all desirable seei
year, wows and that the women are in ascendancy NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS very ; scarce and l in

::2 fi lands. were only little patches compared : and will soon take charge of talking about. low much today? SUPERINTENDENT OP PUBI.IC INSTRUCTION We will be in Lake Butler Tuesday demand. Price $1.25 per pock 4.50
I with the other ( Let us What? fJ.RO/; ? Well, you told me on bushel delivered. .O.) L. Miztll
'rop l lI business, ( politics and religion. He appears To the Democratic Voter of Bradford County J and Wednesday March 23rd and \, Lake
I plant big: iWlda of potatoes thin be they were going up but I did not X take thIs method of announcing. myself Butler. 2-27-4t
I. ; Yl'ar'l I to a crusty old bachelor who know for How much for the candidate for refection' to the office of Superintendent 24th for the purpose of ass: sing and
There are plows to be had that sure. of
likes his "nip" occasionally for he inveighs Public Jnntruetlon of Bradford collecting! taxes.
I throw up ridges almost without wood beam one 7 $fi 75. County .ubJ"" to the rules of the Democratic :
I against the women for prohibition primary June 8th N. D. I: FOR SALE-Registered pigs four
work Well I've to have No on If elected I promIse the WAINWRIGHT I ;
and auto trucks to the got one. use
carry po. I for wanting to vote for adopt'ing samecourteous and paimitaking. aervlre rendored Poland China boars 4 mos. old
Tax Assessor.B. five
tatoes to the flipping points will be i of waiting and paying more for it the In the pant B R. POPl'ELLFOR ;
athletics for : responsible Duroc Jersey and five
occupying M.
forhcoming when needed. next time.. I'll take the Steel Beam DOWLING. sows boars,
: positions in business etc. While TAX COLLECTOR Tax Collector. 4 to 6 mos. old; prices reasonable,

the women are thus becoming mannish one.Did I announce myne1f. a candidate for -_. -I inspection invited. College)] of .
: PATRIOTISM VS. PAY-TKIOTISM! the you get: in them Wood Potato the office of Tax Collector of Bradford County. Agriculture
men are becoming effeminate Mashers and big Iron Saman- subject to the democratic primary to be held BAPTISTAll A. W. Leland, Farm Superintendent
ape women in their way of dressing Spoons Jun. 8. 1920. I promise If elected to give the services resumed. Services Gainesville Fla. '
at 2
We hail with delight: the action of by tha wanted ? She's all out of sorts off,ce my time and the people mjr ...MlI.... 6-tf
; the Fort Meade Legion: in protesting wearing coats with wide skirts, she wants them so bad. My time aa an officer ntanda .. an open boolt the regular hours 11 a. m. and 7:30p. : \ :
; and let the for the
women dominate the homes Innpeetion of the people of thin county m. '
against the application of the national and so on. All this, he ; Well am glad them are in 111\ and I aak yon all for your aupport Rcnpect-" WANTED-Dirstict manager by.
leaders of the legion for a bonus from argues causesthe take them fully tubmltted B. M. POWLINQ The new song books have arrived I strong; company. Over $4,780,000 '
men to degenerate lie along, and one of those '
says: for the
congress for enlisted Bold ieI'. I take thta Sunday school.BLANCHARD. assets; $6.000,00900) paid to Accident .
every Prohibition is typical of the Cedar Buckets and a Wood Hoop Meal mMhod of announcing, to the eltincna -
Such a demand from the leaders of I modern Sifter. of Bradford County that I eOn a candi n. LAW and Health policy holders during
t, puritan mania. The churchmoveml'ntll date for the office of county tax collector aub
15 the American Legion will if persistedin are also typical. They I see you have got in a lot of New democratic ject to the will of the voter at the coming Pastor. last ten years; we teach you the
inevitably bring dishonor the primary election to b. held Jun. business. Address General Accident4th
1 upon with prohibition with so-called Stoves. How is Pence Wire today? 8. 1 U20, and respectfully refer you to my record BESSENT REMODELING INTER
. legion and degrade the organization; aa deputy tax collector & Walnut Sts., Philadelphia
the .
high standards of pant aon
; Well Mr. Brown
1 remember I
result you IOR
in the minds of the people from the My promiiM' to the people I. tile If you OF- PACE BUSINESS 3122t.
in a deterioration of masculine have been advising you that you had elect, me I will faithfully discharge the duties I I
I t' loyal league: of American patriots it physical and mental virility better buy because the prospects were of the office to the beat of my ability. with W. A. Bessent Jr., is having the'

started selfish out \o be just another set of a falling off of creative ability that it would go up. Well, it has.1 12 predate prompt courteous your vote.treatment W.all JlA I YES.will ap interior of his confectionery store and 'I Luke Rirlly Says "The Rat Died lIe :

grafters; of the birth rate-the latter already inch stays now $13 combination $15 pool room remodeled giving extra I 1 fore Reaching the River."
I'or t.heluke of those who bled and ; I wish tA say to the voter of Bradford ....un. space in the rear for the installation "
,, died for their noticeable. for 20 rod rolls, and hard to get at ty that I am a candidate for the office of Tax of twA | "Since moving rear the river two :-
country for the sake of Why the man's physique should Buf that price. Can't tell how long; that Collector and I respectfully solicit your aup additional pool tables ordered. years ago. we've always used RAT. ,
T those who have come home to live port at the coming primary, Jun. Rth The front of the store used for
fer because price will hold good. We will the SNAP. Watched a vicious water nt
4& with. renewed and Increased of the abstinence from give you Respectfully, J. E. DOUGLASS soda fountain I .
loyalty and confectioneries has '
drink and a moral life, the doctor the lowest price we possibly can at nibbling at RAT-SNAP outside house.
for the land they love, do not set a would find it hard to explain. Why the all times. If you will need any.thisspring Democratic 1 take this method of announcing. to the ; had one corner cut off for an office About 15 minutes later he darted oft t!
price on honor soldier voters of Bradford and
your ye boys county that I supply
room. New
sell birth rate should be lowered because ; you had better order" now as am a candidate for the office. of Tax Collector flooring has for the water to cool his burning .'
F nor your birthright for a mess of I promise if elected to discharge the been laid in the pool room and the *
have it in stock.I dutloa of but
both men and we stomach died before reaching it
pottage. women are more fit physically the office to the best of my ability, always .giv walls are being
; To demand a bonus for loyal than formerly is another pos see you have in a new lot of them log. It all my personal attention coat of brightened with a new 3 sizes, 25c, flOe, $1. Sold and guaranteed
? efforts will be to spell patriotism your with er. Oil Stov'e.Yes. URY C. SAP!'. I by D. C. Jones and 3. M. Mitchell

a '"y."-J. H. D. In Wauchula Advo The prohibition movement could two, three and four burners.Can't I T am a candidate FOR TAX for ASSESSOR re-election -

cate. never have been begun and carried you send me a customer for of County Assessor of Taxes and to will the.greatly office iS! S' C"I

through successfully if it had one? apurcclate the support of the vo.... 111 the
been Say Mr. Jones what about ,this coming primary election SEND US THAT
I I PAI1II for the women. If they gain aright N. D. WAINWB1GHT. ORDER
to vote they will here Talking Machine. Samantha'sdead
probably letit ::
'''What a wonderful; thing is faith! go: at that as politics is against stuck on them. We think 'twillbe 1 hereby. announce FOR SHERIFF myself a candidate for WHEN YOU NEED ANYTHING IN I
.. ..
The Divine Master.naid thut one who their nntine. If they take things into mighty nice. county- lo.lIon If to re-elected the office I of Sheriff of Bradford 1:1

q has faith may move mountaina. And their own hands when nothing else Yes Mr. Brown you will get lots spare no pains In the full will.discharge aa in of the all f>ait the. Office
; mountains will do they have of duties of the office and I earnestly Furniture and Supplies
are, figuratively speaking, prototypes in the pleasure ut of these Dal ion Ma- support of the solicit the
1 moved by faith every day. The man women of Marblchead of old who chines. When you are out In the field' voter at the W.ensuing J. EPPF.RRON.primary Di Commercial and Fancy Stationery

I who believes<< he can accomplish a
11 thing; can generally do it. The corrt" Floyd 1 Ireson, an inhuman skip hours pleasantly, and in the long evenings I hereby announce myself OF REGISTRATION a candidate for re Books-All Kind.Artists' ,

1 physician whocan, inspire faith ill his per, whom the men would not punish. you will enjoy sitting out on the election for to the office. of 8upi.rvlnor of flegi.tration .
Bradford .
patient is a success, for faith can do A poet truly says: "In cottage as porch listening; to the best of music. cit the suinwirt of.ount the ,loters I .respectfully at thr ennuinf soli Material

? what his medicines cannot. Here is on throne, as seamstress or as ama. Let me load one in your wagon and primary. and .Ir-plectfj I will. .. tn the IMMt Athletic Goods
% were ignorance is bliss, for it is only aon. your woman fitill remains a worn. make your wife happy. !and, enurtesy the. dules of the office C.with A. KNIGHT a.rue.y, Kodak

the Ignorant who are trustful enoughto an." Woman may at times run to the Not today Mr. Jones, as soon as I FOR r

tuU'h'.r.l'oml.. Tho quack end of.her tether but feeling the null. sell some of my stock I'll come in and I hereby COUNTY announce COMMI8SIONFR tnvsc:f! a candidate DIST., No.for 1

)0 cancer "dortor" will touch cue spot She will remember she is a woman get one I never sun in debt when I re-ckction ... County ComrnlSHloner for Dis. The H. &W. B.

''I supposed to be diseased, and often and return to her sphere. If she is a can help it. oerntie trIM No.primary I. subject. I respectfully to tlie action solicit of the IVm- Drew Company

p cures the patient. A remarkable manifostntlon little less helpless) than formerly Well, so long see you again soon.I I port of the voter at said primary. the .u"1 I 45.49

of collective faith is now there is no harm in that. As loin ai O V. W. Bay Street Jacksonville .

taking place, where an ignorant old she remains a slave to fashion, we I hmliy. .nnonne i myself- m candidate I i,;a.) W E WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN ,

man Is sniil to effect marvelous! cures men need have no fear, for she l is then I thy No. OffiCe I. 1'.I..tln.of Count| nnd CVmmtmi'oni' for rO'1 . ANSWERING YOUR INQUIRIES g
c for those incapable of I I'mvlden. If clirttfd I I 5BSB5 iSSrar2S5**
who will
believe he can heal unstinting men's real and faithfully dlRcharirv the diitU of.tho of.
' them. earnest vvoik. I I p.J I flee to the boat of my .tllIty.TI. /

\ Hut """ ". fnith" is not an unmixed ; The good doctor r'omplams that the H WTTtMSFOR

blessing. for it makes its possessoisFiipeistltinuH Americans are losing their nerve on ___ I hen announce OMMIS8IOSFR myself IH!
ntid fearful of things to'' account of woman1 ascendancy. We election as Comminsfoner for a candidate n strict 1'1.for.. re.2.

come. Tho doubter is not thus troubled have seen no sign of it. The profiteers 1 ale Butler and Wnrthington., During. my In. [
\\' opine that he who boarders and whiskey d cumbency of the office, T have endeavored to
uses his runners are as servo the people of the district as well .. the
reason" and investigates before be consents nervy as ever despite the salvos women county if at large to the best of my ability and

to believe! anything, is the Imp- fire against them. Whatever the I anpree my .services ate the hna support given of satftifaction the voters I will Sternberg's
nt the
jriest, and certainly the more valuable learned doctor has, studied, hek flows coming. primary C. A. FIOHERTS

man little about women, and we advise him I In.n by announce- ; -myself;: a candidate for

to read the book of Jesu Sjrach., I County ('own adorer for District No 2. I Lake
llli: ANOMALOUS IIOOVKIt Butter and Worthington; : )' I promise, If elected
that I will endiavor to discharge:: I We
the duties of are
EI'WOIlTII LEAGUE PROGRAM! the office to the best of my ability" I carrying an extra fine

The two great political( parties are J __ J. M. ( line of

in soio stunts, for suitable candidates Subject, Christian Grace In Socia' This will announce that I am a iJMiHinery this season
for County .mml..lon.r' 'ONNF.R.//
for the piesidoncy. The most Contact from &
tonspic.uIis Lake l>
ullir' and Worthlngtun I .... and
men the democrats have are, besides Song, ir>!>. 10! ell the. votes of the cltlsens of it will pay you to call and
.. Wilson if he derides to stand for Scripture, I'r. HI 112. I"t the Tow v'msrv' .election 3 M UKrS: !

a third term McAdoo and Palmer. 1'1'11)1'1' TOW COUNTY COMMISSIONFR mST No I look them over.
Then theie is Hoover The lepublicans Kong. This will announce that I am a
'T Conn'y
Commissioner .Rd'ofa"1
; I for District
have much limber to choose from but RI'IItiin.r-l\Ir.., E. \M. Johns. veticrtfully Bnllcit the support of the voters ,
I,. U..yII'e nil "sticks." But thel'e'llI Talk-lly leader it the primary election. to be h"ld In .Turn.S .

Hoover.Heibeit I The Necessity of Contact in Savinp T. rtOWl.INfJFO1 I We have
> Hoover is an anomaly in an 'ho 'orld-Wilbur Scott. I COUNTY COMMISSION PIST N.. 4 ready-to-wear

anomalous position What he doesn't i Opportunities fur Contact-Prof. S For Prices See *f Countv nm a mndldntfi f*..m"ilm'for I,jn.r-rtctinn r for' Dlntr'rt to' thy No office 4. hats trimmed

know about politics would fill a large 1. Howling.: iturfrv* Piirlnir my rnpunilNncy of thy office' I hats and shapes
**'** Href mv .hmt
volume. Ho knows and cares so little Growth by C'ontal't-Mrll. J. (' DeWitt C. Jones 1.*trlct and I the county yndavore. and hop In,*hinnlf my record of the IB ,0 of
till he belongs to no party and will ")i iggs.' iob. an to lout* the Muport of the vote rn at all descriptions.And
: '''0 rnnulnir rrlnmrv J. I .
have a hauler job deciding what party Loss of Contact-Telfair Long. HARDW APE HKOWNLFR

to Uiooso. whets compelled) to do so, Dangers of Contact....--Mrs. E. K T nrr .nv nnoiine that T am a pnndtdiitc for
fVnnty ,
than he bad CommlrMtonor for Pictriet I No 4. 1'rom"In I
convincing the German -
erryman. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 ) ," run'ul iittrntlnn to the diticu the
( of lh. prices
ClVS ; of I
generals that the Itelgmna must l'at.j j Ul'ading-Loull'lR' Plggs. 'Vuwlnts rrfunrl If 5.. "if I nm e-Iftort, I respectfully\ solicit] the*I t are right. .
money PA7O OINTMENT fall% -" of the
Yet both democrats and republicans I Song, 109.League( ocure In.hmtl; IMml: i 'Iwdmtt I CC I ,,*ruIldU 11.itimliv inport voter* ml tie J. U com In* nrtrnnnr '
want him for I tuliivtii Itrhinri, t'tit ". An I cue" "dn'OR ..
a presidential '
canduh< I benediction.MimionisT. 'Ilul .!I. ." nil r tI h ':" because he in considered a winning T COMMIS8fO\PR! DIM No. .1 profits and
prr b* minoun tnwvlf mndiHiitit quick salesIS
- -- for
caid. Hoover nays he will have none : 'The Rats Around My Place ,fir* of County Commlwilnner for Pintrlct N the,, ;
',.. of it. I Were .5 ro' Rrnd'trd Count". und promise that ,
I Wise," Says John Tuthill. -I. 1 rtrd I will pyre* the nvoplft of the I OUR MOTTO
One paity or the other will nab 'Wa. *nd, thy ioifntv l .
him Sunday school m. "Tried everything to kill them. Mix- I tv T nf I.rv tn the brt of my ."11. '
willy Hilly, and he is pretty sure to be Or J. |I. rrfretfully elicit the upport of the
Thl'rrt'l1. the 'Sunda' ; >d poison with meal. ml'at. cheeie, etc titrm ** the ennuinir primary. 'I We
nominated one of the convention.- 'hool field se
and l not unlikely elected No man i' nnd Mm Lola Lawler, th nstde of ten days got rid of all rats "C MF.MnERlC'HOOL BOARD 1)1ST. I: .

better known and lit bus no enemies 'unday school elementary" superintcn j 'ou don't have to mix RAT-SNfAP .I t'am.. .a.'..canilMa'n. for ......I..U..n. as a m..m..r N.. 1
Whichever' .. n' Puhl"
putty him will taki 'ent
secures ; are to deliver addresses at thr ith food Saves fussing: and bother. i"ret No 1. If I am .... .fe
care that he does not read up its his 'Icthodist; church ? .'nun my efforts to the brsttntT" Sf
Sunday at 11 a. m I re'ak a "
tory to prevent him from bolting ir ':30 T. C POWFI ..
I p. m. and 7:30 p. m. The youn' vhere rats scamper. You will see n" I :

disgust. ind old are cordially Invited to b' ,I' nore. Three sizes 2Sc 50c, $1. Sold 011I MEMnrR' SCHOOL BOARD DIST. Na. t
Suppose that he is duly Installed In present. J. C. DIGGS I ind This.... will announce that I am a ''' '
guaranteed by D. C. Jones and C ,'_In.. as a member of the
the. White I)oulle. Any other man, Pastor. Mitchell's Drug Store. 'oard of Public Instruction from .of'dot''l .
f I' I respectfully solicit' the Totes of __ .



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hi'JTUDAY-MARCH 19, 1920. ,
hlI - after being shut down during the

cold weather W. L Wall the owner,, GAIETY I
will have TRE Starke THURSDAY MARCH
plenty of ice on hand when 25All

I Bits of LocalInformation nest.the strawberry shipping begins in ear ,


Governor Catts paid Starke a short

visit Monday evening, and made II
speech in the interest of his candidacyfor

C--IffI Omf r_.... 2s Nl.eJI ea4 I the U.) S. senatorship at the Bradford -
Tvoye.... M ... c...... 7..r., County Bank corner. Whilb hoc ''': "', the icy out of life? Feeling blue

he was a guest of Col. A. Z. Adkins. 't
and ?
gloomy Everything seem to be
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Mr. and !Mrs. Silas Kite returned -
:.tJp, to Bryan's." fin & Johns' tore, is up again aftera Monday from Tampa, where they had "" going wrong?

.;1" long and Revere struggle with the been at the bedside of their daughter,, I">. -_--_

'j, when you cough, think of others flu. j Mrs Mabel Starling, who had been Let's see- guess you'd better visit a ---
,*r i<- i very ill. They were accompanied "" ; .

..Allan' Canova made a trip to Jack Remember the Lyceum entertainment I home by Mrs. Starling's children. , MIM doctor: must be your liver or stomach or i'f

onrille Tuesday.frfcryu this evening at the high school S (
" :: :-:- auditorium. Everyone will be charmed }lr. and Mrs Louis MinglvdorfT, t , something. No? You don't need that kind ;

*N.:B.,, Hull shipped off a largo lot with this high class amusement. formerly of Lake! City, are new residents "' ,, ,,"i .'\..,,"', of a doctor ?

I .of geese Tuesday. cf Staike, having mined into ,''I .,,'
1I ;
1' <\>3, Head Griffin & Johns announcement the Livingston cottage on West Call , :
I Men's Dress Shirts $1 to $2.50( of their millinery und other goods, on street; Mr. Minglcdorff is a photo. '' '" "-'\ Ohl I That's different. You want a mental

J I ,at Stump's. pope two of this issue-it will pay ginphei and thinks of establishing a < :: ;;\ >> jolt
{! iYtl. . you. I gallery here : 7v you say something to give you a fresh start?

? Thfe Gaiety Theatre has received anew \, \ i. ,, '" Well there's only chance for
coat of ..... one you- but it's a sure
If you want to spend a delightful i Dr. E. T, Campbell has lately received f" 1 ."'
;'---:- evening go to hear the Hawaiian musicians i from the War Department full : \oy cure Better go and see the I joy spccla I.151TfC. -
'f .A full line of candy at Bryan'g. this I'vcningvit the school nu- information covering the matter of al- '..., \ ., ,

.. |W" iw ditorium. I low'mice to soldiers who nerved in the :: "'- ::.:
," ". The Ford Garage received a carload | army during the late war. Interested -

': '',of,.tracks Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peck and little 'I perilous JUDY have this information by ;' : .

son, Julian Jr., motored to Jackson calling at Dr. Campbell's ontce.I ,, ;
r:. 'lames Reynolds, of Graham, was in ville Tuesday and before returning,I -- ,, rJ L S
,'town Wednesday. home The Farm have
? \ .... visited St. Augustine Camphor )people' .r r ,
-,' | Len busy this week hauling fertilizers "
US; Capt. H. C Heibergcr, of Brooklyn, Special sale on Men's Suits and !runt the Starke d''put. We hope they .3
was in Starke Tuesday. pants nt Slump's. will soon be tired of the sundy roads
"ItJ: I and be instrumental :
in getting a hard ,
'" H.vL.! Edwards and family have R. A. Weeks moved his household I surface loud between Starko and the FilIRBllNI
. moved to Jacksonville. furniture to Brookor Thursday and he Camphor) Farm .
and his family will make their home I

, CA. Mixon made a business trip there. Come and see our splendid line ,.

to Jacksonville Friday. I of Men's, Women's and Children's in his big new picture oFlaughter ... .;: :-' :: .

.o\ I The many friend of Capt., DcWitt I Shoes and Slippers at .
Mrs Charles Mills has been visitIng Stump's.Miss and love thrills and .
C, Jones and family will be glad to 'Surprises <" Hi
in Jacksonville this week. :
learn that they have recovered from ..
: Eva Powell, who has been visiting '
.;i"t the influenza ,
{A son was born recently to Mr. and her Iarl'nlsIr.. and Mrs. Rob

Mrs; S. L. Alvarez on Pratt street. Mrs. E. W. Stewart and trhildrcn' ert Powell, left last week to resume HIS .M1IJ.E d'w u :
her in Newton I :-
I oj Y position N. C. Miss .
LeRoy and Louise i spent last week in
B/a.! Witkovskl, of Jacksonville, Live Oak with Mrs. Stewart's mother Powell was accompanied as far as :

,has been in Starke during the week. !Mrs. C. W. Inman. Fields Jacksonville by her sister, Mrs. J. II. THE .AMxrac/m

IMn: R. B. Neal, of Jacksonville, is -
Lieut and Mrs. II. C. Richard have
here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.J. "Up to Bryan's.. I I,
returned home after a visit in Jacksonville

Ci"',Wills. Mr. James wits Mrs. Richard's brother lam )prepared to do tailoring of all Admission, 20 and 35c Time, 8 O'clock .. ;.
Children's Gingham Dresses, kinds cleaning and pressing. Save !

$1.50 to $3.00 at Stump's. The i money by having your old clothes repaired i.
of disease has
cost kept
pace - --S--
i and furbished up. Shop in garage
J.;':ft M.: Truby spent Wednesday and with your old friend II. C. L. But remember i I I south of Bradford County Bank. I Amongst the quiet, unassuming, but ;4.
the cost of health remains the I
Thursday in Jacksonville attending to M. Lcviton. 3-12-tf. highly intelligent and capable men of ; .
basan,... same I I"Dow" Alarhua county is J. E. Wainwright. s {'t'

," I E:. W Hayes was in Gainesville a To his more intimate friends he Is j
:"Up to Bryan's. to Bryan's"Mrs : couple of days this week looking up Jack Wainwright: lIe attend strictly t1

'l'Get I Homo more cotton It seems he is not to business and intermeddles with the
Bryan's prices on groceries and S. F. Hamrick is having the satisfied with his big deal last week, affairs of no one. He is, perhaps, the
cottage near the foot of Walnut streetlately I
feedfrtuffs before buying elsewhere. but is now trying to clean up the best accountant in this section of the \ .
purchased of Mrs. J. P. Bennett, woods. 1-i 1iGENERAL
8-19-tf. remodeled and repaired.Do country and is as honest a man as ever
,, ';'t lived. Some of his friends have been Learn why so many people like ;,
\ Mrm. C. W. Liddon is in Jacksonville Rev. J, C Diggs went to Jacksonville importuning" him to become a candidate 1 \ .
not fail to attend "The Llliuoka- this bank. There's something
A Amore
visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. W. lanl I Monday morning as a delegateto for tax collector, but in'
Hawaiians" this Friday
evening (
Mesoc .. I the Inter-Church Movement that up, he thanks those friends and to bank service here than 'fj
) It is considered one of the .
: Ij''',' ' was held at the Christian church. This declines to become a candidate. If he ;
**C.:,F. Rivers, the efficient city clerk best of the Lyceum attractions.If meeting lasted three days and Mr. were tax collector there would be none merely an aid to financial trans ,j

'of Lab Butler, was in Starke on busi- Diggs returned home Wednesday better in Florida.-Gainesville Sun, actions.
you have lost your almanac and
, ";peas. Friday. wish to know on what date Easter night March 12th.Gaiety. 'f

,,',Alton Moore, a former Starke boy, falls this year, we can tell you that it A letter from Chattanooga, Tenn., Here have personal service "
will be on Sunday, April 4th. you
informs the friends of Mr. and Mrs.
a brief illness at his home, )
'dm'-atter Ga, March 10th. Earl B. Dyal that a boy was born to TheatreSTARKE from officers always ready to .
y, _______ Mrs. C. A, Mixon had as a guest them lately, and has been named Karl<::
: t this week her brother, Hiram P. Bell I talk over your plans In a friendly .1!
Vincent. Mr. Dyal is Kaiford boy
Mrs. Ella Wimbprly, of Mobile, Ala.,
of Gainesville, Ga. Mr. Bell returned who volunteered his services to Uncle FLORIDA' There's j
-ls; in the cityl visiting her brother, home way. always a friendly j
-CoL" A. Z. Adkins. yesterday.I .. Sam. Mrs. Dyal was Miss DorotheaB. '.
" ; ; ( Gilmour, of Atlanta, before her Saturday, March 20th I welcome every time you come.
't' have a shop in the garage just marriage.
price on all our Silk south of Bradford County Bank, and
, : Dresses. Stump's.; to make and Florence ReedIN I Come visit Feel the
f,:, >' -. am prepared repair tops Tractor plowing was seen in Starke us. congenial '1
f'' and cushions for automobiles. Good
J., White's friends to for tho first time Wednesday, WhenJ. Note the
, W W. were glad atmosphere. helpful. i
work, low prices. M. Levitop. 3-12-tf I i
J. M. Truby had his lot just north of
\f' again see him at his store after a ten I ,
attitude. We think our bank Is a '
J. Kickliter's residence
,Vk I ,day: absence caused by illness. plowed up.
Olen White is making a success of "The Woman's Law"Abto
" 'MId' 1 I A disk harrow composed of two sots good bank for you
jl MThe restrictions in force lust week ruining Belgian hares. lie is preparing of disks and heavily loaded, was
( .1
On account of the influenza have been to stan the raising of chickens of'I drawn by the tractor, stirring the A
t. fine breeds on a large scale.
Boil deeply and _
"i.. removed and nobody is sorry, finely.Col.

(YA-1Ia,' I Lucian Wainright, of Jacksonville, Friday, March 26th ,
' Peek has hud the i
,::T1.g The Livingston cottage, corner Call was here several days of this week on greater portion BANK OF STARKE
of his.
(y and Bay streets, is being partly re- I visit I pecan trees at westernend McLarenIN
,",Covered und otherwise repaiied. a with his mother Mrs. F. of Call street regretted, the Mary '
f'r. I WainriRht, on North Walnut strcrt.Pull D'I I ditches cleunod out and Jhc fences re I THE GROWING BANK

paired. lie has also cut down the 1
,A.. full line of groceries, hay and White Cashier
1'' line of Ladies Comfort thick growth of Cherokee rose bushes I E.S. Matthews, Pres. Ceo. C. .

"k;,';-grain M:Bryan of all, at kinds Mixon's at lowest stand.prices.3-19-tf W. Shoes and Slippers at Stump's.Rev. I I street growing near the Orchard on Orange I, "Tlie Pointing Finger"ADMISSION

? B. D. Law left Wednesday for .
ZI I1on. Dixie M. Hollins, candidate Jacksonville, to take part in the religious I. 15 & 25c
?tfor state superintendent of schools, Harvey M. Snyder received' a box of J I II
and musical! exercises of the '
ywas(! a visitor to Starke Thursday Woodlawn Baptist church. Thursday I of Maryland the family apples up from in Maryland an old friend, Mr. Show Starts 8 P. M. r "I

" ( and Friday. David H. Wyand, who is now 1W) I 1
;, .J. M. Truby has made large!: shipments years INSURANCE ,
,''I, of cabbage during the week. lie j old and in good health und active. Mr. Nu Woo mil In a Healthy Child
Mrs. J. M. Alvarez returned from i
!!w has five acres planted to cabbage. Wyand may visit here soon. He in a All children truulilixl, with worm Lave en un. HAROLD C. WALL S
Tallahassee Saturday evening:, wherenho great Sunday school man, having been I healthy color,whir li linlkvtri pour blond and.!s
had been visiting her daughter, ruts..thcra ll inure or !''" ifumwh dlntu/lxini-n.
J Men's to t under the superintendent of the United Brethren CiKUVE'B! T A.1"t.I.t.'Ill'hUl TONIC j
Shoos $1 $ Miss Kathleen Alvarez, at the Wom I given regularly
at school at Keedysville, Md., for fifty fur two or three wwk will enrich. the blind Improve STARKE FLORIDA
|regular prices, Stumps.Mri. ,
r an's Collece. years, and the school has grown froma the dlllmltUfli,and art&.a Omwiral SlraimtbeolntfToriln ,\

, .*, D. M. Gornto has returned to in small one to a membership of' over i. throw off or dlNpal to thn.the wliol0 waem4 yfilem.and the Nature.Child, will wee"limn!! FIRE, LIFE BONDS, AUTOMOBILE lI
.co! D. E. Knight was Orange
300. . ..
.. .
[,her home in Jacksonville after visit la perfect .llb. fit niixiit to take. 100. bents
a and Seminole counties last week in defense .
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[with her sister Mrs. W. J. Epperson.
: I
I/ of parties charged with crime Dr. J, E. Maines, under pcrsuaaion
A'SvtMr. I and was called back to Sanford this of his I
and Mrs. W. G. Brooks came in week. many friends muy tutor thecampaign ; STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE
I as candidate for
|[from the Camphor Farm Friday and a reprc- n
.sentntivp in the and .50 ( ) other varieties select from
[topped with Mr and Mrs. C. A. Mix. Icgiiilaturp: from I I' Missionary Klondyko, $4 per 1,000; 40
E. C. Warren taWs the prize for group two, Bradford / county. The Including tho great new berry, "lions I'Y.; Now if you want something
[0"'A! the largest turnip grown this season t Doctor has not fully decided but bin DAVISAgency I I true to name and something( good place your order with Hull. IIi-4 1> "plan'swo

having brought one to the Bank of announcement may appear Inter Hits . grown extensively in all parts. of your state und have been fur the punt

', x'f"Down to Bryan's"A..O Starke a few days ago that weighed a man of broad arid favorable acquaintance 12 youm. Bond your order to the Strawberry I'lant Spi'rlalmt. Agent ,-
Andreu, popular clerk in Grif- eight and one-half pounds. in Bradford county and Est 1886 ,wanted for this district J. KEIKKOKI HAM, JUIO//) snAt.I- Ml.
will make a strong! race if he should
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rowand of Jacksonville enter! and no doubt would do creditto I

48,000 I t ,night.stopped They over in were Starke on Wednesday their- I Times.his county if elected.-.Lake Butler INSURANCESTARKE I! OUR CLIENTELE GROWS a'

&i j;Drug Stores Sell It p 'way to South FloVida, traveling by I j j NOT UPON PROMISES BUT UPON rl .
I automobile. They were warmly greeted -
,Five million people by many old friends. R AT S NAP l! PERFORMANCE 4
ivuc it to KILL COLDS -
HILL'SStandard "Pown to Bryan's"Mrs : i WE ARE PIONEERS IN
I II -AlHO mil'e. Absolutely prevents odor i ". .

M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville from carcasx. One package proven this I Dry Cleaning and Pressing
ASCAQ4 QUlNINROMIOt. spent part of lust week with her I HAT-SNAP conies in cakoii-no mixing

I daughter: Mrs A. Z. Adkins. Thursday with other food. GuaranUed.2.V Mr. It. (-'. King Tells Wonderful Story IN BUSINESS SINCE 1835.TEASDALE PPOMPT DEI JVF-T I IKS

Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Adkins ) Hire it cake) enough for I'an- I About HatH. Krad It. I 51.1 I I 'f
A relatives and friends In Kitchen Cellar. alive with CINlrllAul "
visited try or "'or months my place was ); Ct:1: i i2&c
/50c size '.<2 cakelll for feed. Was
cold remedy for 29 year toy. > Chicken rutH loninK LaW-I -- - -- -- -'
V -us tablet form-eafe, lure, no House, Coops or Small Buildings told to try RAT-SNAI', I did. Somewhat

ft. "" hoorrceleves, up told.In in 7.dava 24 We have a complete line 11.00 size (6 cakes) enough for all disappointed at first not seeing :, LOc, $1. Sold and guaranteed by Mr. Will'dmn received an orH r fear ,I

Money; back ,if cnp it (.11.. The wool Skirts in all sizes and pri farm and outbuilding, storage buildings I many dad, rats, but in a few days did l). C. Jones and J. M. Mitchell carload,f sweet potatoes '"'.' dA

yy li i renuine with boa h Mr... a Hill'a Red ces. Stump's. I' or factory buildings.Sold not see a. live one. What were! not killed before h" had -ont away two c.rlnp'l1
tr.. "\ top,Ptoura.AlAtlDret. and Guaranteed by-Mite'hell's I are not around my place. HAT- Mr. and' Mrs. T. R. Williams spent, of potit'eWhere he K"ta uljiphi I )'

5tor. The ice factory resumed work Tues Drug Store and D. C. Jones. 3-G-41. SNAP sure docs! the trick." 3 sizes, Friday in Jacksonville. Whilu there "roots" Is a 'TlY8t ry. 1


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of are noticing this and are looking for- SAMPSON CITY I
Misses Minnie' and Ida Deviling,
Wednes- ward to a gradual reduction of all necessities -
Waldo, were here on' business 19.
Sampson City, March -Messrs.
during the present year.
The following letter wan actually day. T:E. Oldham, Murphy Price and D.Kl.l1y : The Truth About Aspirin
and Alvin There number of reasons why
Jessie Ogdon: Mabel, Myrtle are a visitors
written by a business man to a firm: of Graham, were to
McKinney attended the circus in the high prices will have to start down
Gent.lemen-For: the following reasons this section Monday
I am unable to Bend you heck Waldo Thursday night the incline pretty soon. The new rich Lee Burrows, of Starke, is visiting
requested: Mr. and Mrs Autumn Yourigblood and quick money people, who cleanedup relatives here for a few days.

t I have been held up held down, and family, of Waldo, attended church during the war, have almost passed Mr and Mrs W II. Sloan spent fl Aspirin is the name given to a chemical first manufactured -
the first flush of are
' sand-bagged and walked on, Bet on, flattened the- Friday Earney'night Howling and Jake Roberts I beginning to realize easy that money their pile is Sunday at Louise with the letter's by Farbenfabricnen of Elberf.}]ld Company, of
out squeezed. First by mother, Mrs. R. N. Cain.
r '1F United States government for federal were business visitors to Alachua on getting smaller and they are beginning Mr. and Mrs. A K. Smith spent Germany, the predecessor of the layer Company. This

tax, income tax, excess tax, capital Wednesday. to hedge and reduce! their living Sunday in Hawthorne with relatives. I product was patented by that concern in the United
f Truman Dyal, of Ziff was in town expenses and they are curtailing
stock tax merchants' license attending the show at
surtax, those
expired February
FI Friday. extravagance: in buying diamonds, States in February 27,1900, which patent -
and auto tax, and by every society and Brooker and Lake Butler were Mesdames -
l organization that the inventive mind Miss Georgia Edwards spent the Jewelry, high powered care of ,clothes mansionsand of B. M. Kelly, L. Kite, Misses 27, 1917; i. e., at the end of the period covered by I

,; of man can invent, to exact what I ,' week-end Rev J. in T.Fort Butler White.of Jacksonville, most an expensive endlessariety materials and make. Bertha and Edith Sloan, Messrs. Ray the United States Patent. Germany does not grant

mayor may not possess.' 'I at the is this that has created Goodge, llogan Smith, B. M. Kelly, ] chemicals.
week's It
the is conducting a meeting easy money patents on any medicinal
For the Society of John Baptist, George: Parrish L. Kite, Wiley Ed-
invitedto the with the acceded -
Everybody high prices, along
the G. A. K., the U. C. V., the Woman's Christian church. : monduon, E. B. McKinney, Volley McKinney -
demands of labor for double patent expired The
wages United States
4 11 Relief Corps, the Navy League, attend.School and Joe Williams. fl As soon as the
the Red Cross, the Purple Cross, the closed here l Friday. Miss and as long as it was being passed Lynk Williams was a visitor to the United Drug Company of Boston, whose exclusive
Edwards will teach a private school along it has encouraged' the profiteersto
Double Cross, the Children's Home, at the home of Mr. and Mrs Chcfcloy push up their prices, but the moment county seat Wednesday! agents are the Kexall Stores, applied to the patent of.
the Armenian Relief the Dorcas Society
Mr. and Mrs. spent
Fogg. it begins to slow up the prices lice at Washington for a cancellation of the claim of
the Y. M. C. A., the Y. W. C. Tuesday night: at New River,
Mrs. Jake Roberts, Mr. will begin to drop and gradually everything -
A. the Scouts, the American Legion Mr. and the exclusive use of the name
l \ hey Fri- Perry Kite, of Starke, was a visitor the Bayer Company to
motored to Hampton will back towards the
Geo. Stone come
the Jewish Relief the Belgian Relief
here Monday. of the product coveredin
day afternoon. normal, both In products and wages. "aspirin! which was the name
the of C.
K. and every hospitalIn
Isaac Fads of Gainesville, spent I
town. :lifts Mabel McKinney, of Louise, The wine merchants are already with friends. the patent.
visited Graham Friday seeing! the handwriting on the wall Sunday afternoon

my The business government that I has don't so know governed: who Hub Surrency was a visitor to thecounty and they ore slowly but surely using Gainesville Mrs E. ,H.spent Smith the and week-end children here, of I fl This cancellation was a public necessity because had

owns It. I am inspected, suspected, ; seat Thursday. the paring knife on the high prices with relatives.Messrs. the Bayer Company been granted the perpetual exclusive ] -
Sect Newsom, of Storke, was here and they are also going: slow on buyIng :
examined re-examined, informed, required "
Smith and Lester
Ilopan "aspirin the American
Friday heavy stocks ns they feel eonfi- monopoly to use (he name ,
commanded I don't know
l and so
visitors in Starke Sunday
!. I(t 5 who I am, where I am, or why 1 nm Mrs Goodgc and daughter, Ida, were dent that there will be a general: decline afternoon.were peoplewould hate been obliged to buy aspirin made only -

here. All I know Is, I supposed to shopping here Wednesday.! immediately after the November because the chemical] had
am Mrs. Jessie Jones and niece, Florence ] by the Ba> ef Company) ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis MingledorfThave : elections, if not before. Many of us
\ have an inexhaustible supply of money moved to Slarke. We wish them remember What followed the election! Walker, were visitors hero Fri been so constantly sold under the name "aspirin" the
(, for need desire'
every known ' or
hope of the human race) and because' success in their new home. in 1892, and we shudder at the conditions day.L. Anderson made business trip I] public knew no other name for it.
The W. O. W. met Friday night.Mrs. of the country in '93 and '91 and a I Ito
I will not sell all I have and go( out will make it his future
and beg, borrow or steal money to giveaway A. McKinney was! a visitor to for two years after that and sincerely home.Perry and )I i I fl The result would be that while other manufacturers v
Louise hope that these conditions will I
Friday.A never -
t I have been cussed, discussed, crowd of our young folks attended come to us again. But they may J. rtatchlott and family have moved have the legal right to manufacture the product under :
boycotted, talked to, talked about, lied
.: to, lied about, held up, robbed and the show in Waldo Thursday night and will if the profiteers continue to to: Cnmpville. the formula given in the expired patent they could not t
Mrs B. Duggar has been called to
J nearly ruined, and tho only reason I Among: them were' Messrs. F. T Abernathy raise the prices of living products and the bedside of her brother, Nathan call it by its true name "aspirin," and the public would :
Tommy Oldham, Muprhy Price, matl'r lIIH.-Times-Union,
am clinging to life now is to dec what Varnes of Lake Butler it the thatproduced l
Dully Abernathy, Mesdames' Jessie .-- not know that was same product as
lot'' the h-1 is coming next. Very truly
Jones hose Price Bessie Wynn, and Mrs. W. H. Sloan gave en quilting
yours.-Ex.SENSATIONAL. MILLINERY GALORE under the expired aspirin patent. 4
Monday and those present were Mesdames -
i ._ Misses Georgia: Edwards, Florf'nceWalkc.r. j
< J. D. Sloan, M. Varnes and W. fl The Talent authorities decision was to the effect
ROUHKRY: OV1IKOAIIWAY Will Hilt and of Louise, attended Griffin; & Johns Make a Specialty of 11.( Sloan and Miss Allie Sloan.

AMONG! CROWDS church here Sunday,; Ladies' Hats Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Sloan gave a that the United Drug: Company's contention was well

Bill Fowler of Bra. New York, March 12.-With Broad.
way crowded with : three town Saturday "Plague take the clouds, I don't know for the young folks. Many games were right to make and sell the product covered by this pat
theatre-poprllt enjoyed and chicken rice cakes and
Marvin Ogden and Truman .
armed men smashed in the window of Messrs. where I am at, sickles were served them in the dining ent became the property of the people of the United
Dyal went fishing Thursday on the To wear, or not to wear, my Easter
a Jewelry store at Thirtyseventhstreet I other side of Waldo, and caught twen. hat. room. Those present were Mesdames States upon the expiration of the patent. Also] that the .'
pet the crowd at bay with revolvers $1. Varnes, L. Kite J. D. Sloan, '
ty-five pounds of fish. Thus Bayer had claim to the exclusive ;
until they had emptied the complained a young Starke Company no more
W II. Sloan
Bertha Slcan, Ef-
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dirt of Louise
t, contents of several trays into their were visitors here Sunday, lady last ;year's Easter morning. fie Edmondson<:: Ethel Varnes, Effie and right to use! the name "aspirin" than they had to claim ..
pockets and then escaped' shooting. Cloud may come and clouds .>
: may go
Mabel Edith Sloan, Messrs. Herbert and Harry the to ] such chemical
one pedestrian who attempted to stop Miss McKinney spent the but the Easter<:: hat must be procuredby right use exclusively! common
week-end with her brother Alvin of Anderson, Lynk Williams, L. Kite, "
them. Louise. the lady who does not want to be in Ed Thompson, of Gainesville\ Lee names as "quinine, "calomel] etc. .;

A few minutes Inter three men entered the back number class Burrows, of Starke J. D. Sloan M.
Mr. have ,
tt and Mrs. Ray McKinney
another Broadway store, a few occupied the Forrest Reynolds cottage Griffin & Johns are stepping in to Varnes, W. II. Sloan. H This decision was rendered by the Patent Office onNo.ember .

blocks up town and after throwing supply the ladies with anything in the !Mrs A. K. Smith has as her guests! 30, 1928. Since the expiration of the .put.

' pepper in a clerk's eyes, grubbed' some Marvin Ogden and] sinters, Mattie millinery line they can possibly wish, Mesdames Mamie Hastings: and Eu- I ent a number of high class chemical] houses of undisputable -
t trays of jewelry and ran from tho and Minnie, and Eunice Saxon visited and to save them money at the name nice Snodclies, of Oklahoma. I
store. The men, alleged' to be mom-' Hampton Sunday morning time. They will have their millinery J. A. J. McKinney, of Graham, spent\ American origin and ownership have been making :\

r, bern of the trio, were arrested by the Mr. Camp of Bellamy, was here opening in due time and want to let Sunday with relatives and friends. / genuine aspirin. The United )Drug Company makes
after ehase. I it be known that this event will .
police a eclipse -
Sunday aspirin in tablets and powdered form its
output being
j The first robbery was engineered i anything that has ever taken place in CROSBY LAKE
Willie Maines, Oliver and Gracie
with great daring. While rubbing elbows Sparks attended the Christian Endeavor Starke in that line, both for beauty sold exclusively! through the Rexall stores. Several _

' with passing pedestrians, one of Sunday night. and for variety. A large stock is already Crosby Lake March, 1C.-Mrs. H. L. other reputable firms are also] making aspirin tablets, Iso
the bandits slipped an iron bar on hand, and those who care Edwards and children leaves
Sam runs, of Monteocha, was today for that as a matter of fact, the American q
v through: the handles of the door, so it shopping here Friday not to wait until the opening can find 'Jacksonville where they will make people are ,

,,7 t could not be opened from the inside. John Surrency: was a business visitor what they want at any time. Thereare I their future home for awhile privileged to buy aspirin tablets of undoubted genuineness '

Then a brick, wrapped In cloth, was to Gainesville Saturday.Mr. very expensive hats for those who 1 Miss Dollie, mildred and Louise are and purity, the equal if not superior in every way i

hurled through the window.At and Mrs. Andrew Sparks, of can afford them, and hats of moderate all suffering from an attack of "flu"we of tablets made by the Bayer Company. .
the jingle of falling: glass, Frank Louise, visited Graham Sunday.Jno. price, but no matter how cheap the hope them a speedy recovery. ;

Schwartz ran to the door and tried to Beville vista his son, Frank, price, the hat will be tasteful. Miss There is quite a lot of sickness in fl Every lot of aspirin! tablets that we receive is carefully
pull' it open as ho shouted for help. at Bellamy Saturday. Minnie Bessent is in charge of this our section at this time.

Tho crowd, also attracted by the crash Tom Mills and Alvin McKinney were department, which is a guaranty of The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I tested and assayed to make sure that they containno

e swarmed about the robbers, two of visiting at Louise Sunday. I that you will be suited. If you are in Yates was saddened last Wednesday adulterants and do contain a full five grains of as "
whom continued at their task of rak- doubt what headgear to choose, leave night when their little
Rev Woods and family, of Brooker 16-months old pirin. We know them to be a
e log diamonds and rubies out of the were here Sunday. the choice to her, and you will be glad Ron James pased away after a brief I I

window, while the third! member of Ira Riley of Ziff, atetnded Bible ;you did so.Beside illncs of pneumonia. He was laid to I _

their party kept spectators at hay school Sunday the hats, all the articles that rest in Blue Pond Cemetery Friday.

' Seeing the crowds halt and form in Dock Milliard arrived from Plant go to the making of a first-class millinery Friends of the Yates family deeply Mitchell's Drug Store

) a I-circle around the store, Fatrolman City Wednesday store are to be found here sympathize with them in their sor-

Welgen came racing: to the Messrs. Dewey Murrhee, Duffy Abernathy tastefully displayed in ample show row. I Ii

scene. Just as he arrived and began' and Irvin Dyal motored to the cases. Flowers, feathers, plumes, - I i The/ Rexall Store
to fight his way through the excited sink hole Sunday afternoon. cord) work, ribbons, lace, buttons, -- "

n throng, the robbers called It a day's braid, alprl.tlI'Rhrt'ad: and yarns of Could Depend on Her, Anyway. I se

work, packed the last of the gems into PRICKS ARE DESCENDINGThe ;; every color, and every material that Is she rellntiler "Absolutely. You

their pockets, parted company and go: into the making of a hat. can always tJ"llI'n(1I1p(
started each for himself to carve a price list of food products and Prospective brides can here be sup chant Ihfl'''' inh nt.,). lute."-Life,
way through the human semi-circle. wearing apparel has started down the plied with trousseaux of the choicest I -

Then came gun play. Sighting a long: incline, slowly at first, just as a fabrics, all the way from lingerie to Habitual Constipation Cured .TIME TO SPRAY
man break away from the crowd and toboggan\ starts from the top, but traveling suits. And for the wedding In 14 to 21 Days PROFITABLY IS ,AT HAND

dart up ,Broadway, Weigen, with revolver gaining in velocity as it approachesthe trip there is a large assortment' of< "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a socially i

drawn, gave chase. bottom, whore it strikes with a traveling bags and trunks. prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual The longer delayed the greater the expense
The crowds took to cover as they crush and shoots olf at a level' Constipation. It relieves promptly but
i beard the crack of a revolver, but Since the middle of February pare there Groceries should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days We carry the most complete stock in the State, goods are fresh
Wetgen had missed and the robbersped Did you ever long for anything | to induce regular) action. It Stimulates and \ and we now have a large stock of all materials including
f _4 have been' noted' slight reductions in :
: a
,, without being able to decide what it Rciiulutes.: Very Pleasant to Take. CtU Arsenate
of Lead
In front of the
on. fugitive was
number of the essential' products tier bottle. < Copper Carbonate
? When
a subway. nil'hole with the cover off, Flour is a little lower this week. Con was such a spell comes on i 1 Paste and Powdered Dry Lime Sulphur
t' you again, go to Griffin & Johns, look
and through this hole the bandit
jumprd \ donned milk and evaporated milk havesuffered over the canned goods department Bluestone Goods Fish Oil. Soap
to the subway trucks 15 feet' below
slight reduction. Some lines Black Leaf
a and will 40 Lime
;you find what you wish for. Sulphur Solution
He narrowly missed being: struck by
of canned goods have been reducedEKKB Bordo-Lead
f I Here is loganberry jam the most doJiclous Paris Creen
a passing train for the roar of its little and butterIs
are a cheaper
fruit Bordeaux Mixture
beard preparation, ever made, Pyrox
progress was on the street
above notjau ite all high as it was. I all sorts of fruit and berry Why Caustic Soda
a few seconds after the robber The same conditions prevail In the preserves, Sulphur Flour Flowers
? played; his last card and pickles, randy, Canned sea food, can. TARGET BRAND WHITE FLY
won dry goods! and clothing lines. A slight hod vegetables in infinite variety, all DESTROYER FOR WHITE FLY AND SCALE

break has born noticeable, even fresh and at Suffer? ar We have 20,000 feet of
GRAHAM! moderate prices Of the half inch, three braid Glide Spray
have been
though we threatened with staples everything is kept, fell frvsh.Feeds Hose, best on the market
: hardly &
possible to kink it will stand urv ,
higher prices and some lines of goods Mrs. J. A. Cox. of Al- limited ;

Graham.: March 19.-High: Britt of fire being offered at slight reductions) I derson.V.. Va., writes: received pressure Ready for immediate. shipment. Fresh stock :

+ Williston, was visiting his aunt, Mrs over last month. This i is also true in If you have horses! ,, fuws and hogsto : "My daughter . sul- lust from the factory t i

*?u I 1. 11. Ogden Tuesday' and Wednesday other mercantile lines anj the people take feed your, come rhoict to, WITln Hero $you\: Johns will and find I fered terribly. She could WRITE FOR LATEST PRICE LIST.

hay, corn, oats, shorts, peanut meal, not turn In bed . the Our sprayers and fittings have given satisfaction for fifteen :

"rabbit" rule feed, Arab horse feed doctors gave; her up, and veari. You will be served by a man with 35 years experience.
and 'Milo all fresh. we brought; her home to Let us know your needs.

We are the Agentsfor Griffin Wow &is Johns the time keep to the buy brands fertilizers that I die.much Sic lit:! had. time.suffered HavIng so- E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Company

have proved the best These fertilizers : heard of Cardui, we

are guaranteed to hold the percentage Qotit for her." JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

of ammonia, phosphoric arid
or potash they are represented to hold. -

f This firm will not handle any but honest -

fertilizers' Consider that the efficiency aIDS>
I l"i tok CAROUI RRfflltlClt91lli9sr2GICfiSfhk; rt -
or worthlessness of the fertilizer

Chocolates] ;you put on your land may make New Seed

or ruin your crops. "When In doubt, WANTEDSCRAP
The makers of these go to Griffin & Johns. The brands

a -t> "j1! : a4sn fine candies protect they keep are acid phosphate, 16 percent The Woman's Tonic Peanuts

Syrt:'" t' their reputation by special, cotton and general seed meal trucker., sugar cane "In! afcwdays, she> began : IRON 1'1 Oats, all varieties

( lii q, scHing only through Griffin & Johns solicit ;your trade. to Improve" Mrs. METALSRUBBER '
h T selected stores in each Your trade is desired and appreciated Cox continues, 'and had r String Beans

r q t' I which means that they will do the best no trouble at. . Cardui !
all the
1e\ locality over they can for van You have the advantage cured her, and we sing Sweet Corn all varieties
This is the everywhere.
country of getting all want at the
;you We S
VP thousands BONES
I many
ti t tiara same Flare, which gates ;ycu the benefit of similar! letters Melon *

of the concessions that follow all every ear, tcUinp: of the SACKS AND 3
large purchases If you have country good Caidul has done for Velvet Beans
Sold by produce to s-11, von get the top priors women who suffer from

here. Give this big store a calk complaints so common to Write ui for price lilt i iPWNSllAR
STARKE DRUG CO. Even if you di not wish to b"y any their sex. It should do I English PeasKICKLIT
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: thing the courteous clerks will show &du1goad E.n Try METAL COMHAHY I
-::: Slarke, Fla. you around and give you the prices on ER
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, I Tires the Smaller Cars Alone"P
!. s'An' air service school will be estab. the rare novelty every other eveningof o on
.'jIiij1( s Jilhed at Cailstrom Field
according listening to concerts staged at Os- .JVe

'',*'announcement made by Secretary of Mning. N. V., 1,500 miles distant over ,. .
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"III' pause and accentuation as clear and
:;''; ;'With' $2 spirits of turpentine Flor. I distinct almost as if it were in a local \ call attention not so much to the size of ";'
:"A producer,are sure in clover these auditorium. '

'' '.;''', days. as Florida is the leader of turpentine I this average daily production as to the extent

.,.y'!rl", production._ packers According and shippers to estimates of citrus by leading fruits r of the effort we put into the making of these

'! August Hccksher a New York mil'lionaire I the quantity of fruit to go out of the : 30x3Vfc- and 31x4.inch sizes. w wr
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Gilleta of Tampa have state between now and the end of the t130x3\ ,
Closed a deal for 1,000 acres of fine season will not be in excess of five

'(citrus' land near_Lake Wales. thousand carloads. Market conditionsare r The separate factory we have devoted to +
said to be excellent ,
\ f'' The next examination of applicants' throughoutthe y their manufacture is not only the largest of
"rl(L : north and west and the entire lix )rt. i.IxAxr i.
,;;:I.: for admission to the Florida bar will movement for the state is said to have
' Wi( 'be ,held by the supreme court commencing been about 20,200 cars its kind in the world, but it makes fully ,

'':ttf Tuesday April 20th. !AA ) effective that experience and resourcefulness it
I \\tti' It is feared that II. M. Jackson
!3! ,
t(+ The crew of the American schooner I jeweler and watchmaker of Gaines. which have produced the tires most popular .1
t. ,.Lejak which capsized at sea on \March
,;',';,',arrived*4O> after in the Jacksonville crew had abandoned Wednesday.her, foul ville, seriously He left ill his or has home met Thursday with- Ivy on the higher-priced cars.

to deliver clocks and watches in .

,ij'.vMr, and Mrs-Joshua Scabier, of the country between Gainesville andNe'loerry No tires bearing the Goodyear name contain
expecting to return in the
swimming Boston Mass.north, were of Miami drowned Beach while, by in afternoon since. but has not been heard of tx )c a higher relative value than these tires for \

'',.aea.the. undertow sweeping them out to Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwoll and other

,"' Liquor valued at $15,000 was seizedin cars requiring the sizes mentioned.
,.*" The Y. W. C. A. drive in Miami for a residence at Palm Beach Mondayby ;,
$200,000 to buy the Fort Dallas hotel Deputy U. S. Marshal Allen who
'ploaedwith,, only half of the amount has returned to Miami with the 200 ll'' If you own one of these cars, go to the near

,I,: ;raised, but enough to assure the purchase cases of American, Scotch and Irish est Goodyear Service Station Dealer for these '
: of the property. whiskey and a large quantity of Cuban
rum. Two men were arrested by Tourist Tubes.
tires and for Goodyear Heavy
\' Fred Todd of Ft. Meade happened the principals in the smuggling from
the Bahamas are still at large. has them.
"to good fortune a few days ago He He
.received news from Canada that his 9 S:
Mrs. R. M. Lawrentz of Akron 0.
i uncle and aunt had died and left him ,
their fortune estimated to be $100- was instantly killed at Eustis Fridayby
'000. a freight train her body being horribly -
mangled wfien the engine and
I .1, Probably the largest grove deal ever tender ran over her. !Mrs. Lawrentz, \
transacted in Florida was closed in with her husband and father was fish
'Winter Haven when the property ing in Trout run when the accident
'4' known as the Lucerne Park groves occurred. The men jumped from the .
bridge but Mrs.! Lawrentz's foot hungin
i' was sold] by the various owners to a .
I the rail.Three .
; corporation $1,500,000.
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.*h* Florida produces from twelve to fifteen men were instantly on
. million bushels of corn each year Tuesday when an airplane belongingto 3O,. Vfa Ooodyear Double-Cure $23'50' Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube are thick, among luNfn. that
l Jackson county alone shipped seventy- the Newport Flying Service Cor.JlOI'aUon All-WeatherlreaJ '. reinforce "..lnR. properly. Why rink n \(<>od ....In 101 with a
fell on the beach nir, the cheap tube Cioojyear Heavy Tourint 1'uhcn owl Ingle more
'; i five carloads of "A" grade corn to house. Just what 30,. 3'h Goodyear Single-Cure $ than tube of I.... merit. 3 K 3'/t kite in wafer4 SO;
,. >,Kansas City: last year. Ililleborough light Fabric, / "1'r"_"._.__ 2150 proof tag _i ..______. _. . ...... ......_.., ..... ....... *|'-
' was the cause of the accident will never
:,I;.:;%r';M'Allen Long, a machinist's helper at be known as the plane was so badly I r

&Merrill,, Stevens shipyards, Jackson- smashed until it is impossible to
',,;3$<''Villa was drowned Friday when he tell anything about the fause of the
,.'.,;,$'fell from the dock into the river. The trouble. s'
'*:y body did not come to the surface after
:,w<: sinking. W. Rod way, a retired business man
, :,, :..,.t,, of Sioux Falls, S. D., was instantly I GOQJA1 "
Governor Oatts has appointed Robert killed on the ocean beach at Daytona I .',(

Baker to be sheriff of Palm Beach when an aeroplane from the Princeton '
,, county to succeed his father, deceased. flying school struck him and nearly severed \
The governor also appointed John M. hid head from his body. Mr.
;Boring to be tax assessor of Lee coun. Kadway was almost totally blind. lIe
> i ty to succeed G. II. Bryant deceased. was walking down thre beach in com
pany with a friend when killed. Ills \
?:i;,;(Three bundled-and thirty-seven dol- companion was struck by a wing of ,

.4:1ar8: and twenty-eight cents was real- the plane and badly jarred. ---
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',;X' i Ized by for one 704 Plant City of berries strawberry befog Wool is cheaper now that it was a of the G. S. & F. depot at Lake Geneva mat'nine. They took the young man to lake 1 Fi iilay where' ho will spend several ;

''{,..//1 grower taken by different quarts buyers at 42, 45- year ago, even though there appearsto a former sanitarium for all worn a tree thinking all\ the while they had days nn n fishing trip. lie wan acroiiiiiinif COFFINS CASKETS "
. ,and 48 cents. be no appreciable reduction in the out and disabled razorbacks within a Deputy Furen, with the avowed intention >d 1 by R. M. King and John And a full n.. ofUndertakers' "
V(1'i"', cost of goods made from this staple. radius of five miles. After the demiseof of placing him where ho would Hull, \\ hn letuined home Sunday :
,11 ';(Charles Ritz -of New York City, The Mitchell brothers, sheepmen of this honored citizen the question never again sec the light of another Miss Minnie Hagan in visiting In Supplies
'..'I.' !I caught a 450 pound shark off Palm Milton have recently sold twelve thou. I arose between the depot agent and day or destroy another still. Allen\ Hturke fur a few days. Automobile llearnv." \ \
'r ,' Beach with a 21-strand Cuttyhunk sands pounds of wool at fifty cents a section boss as to who should performthe in the meantime was busy tolling\ his 'I' M. J. Batten was a visitor to Hampton Always on hand. Th best M.> ,1'.a
i line and a two-piece green hard rod. pound. This is a part of last year's honors of the burial service, and It captors that they had the wrong man. last week. vice at the lowest price. Special .,
,> jMr.; Ritz was one hour and 40 minutes crop and was held by the owners who' required several days to settle this vi- After securely chaining him to a tree, I 101 r. and Mrs. G. W. Hinson spent I attention to telegraph orders. .
bringing: in the big fish. refused to sell at sixty-one cents a tal question but the natural strength a flashlight; was turned on the young Saturday and Sunday at Starke with I'
. ;fr; ':....r pound. They thought the price wouldgo of the deceased decided it in favor of man, and after making sure they hud I "'latlv'II.W..III"II.lay. Registered Embalmer '
.j i ::,XThe; Ott Clothing: Company of Lakeland higher and are now letting it go believing the agent: the near proximity of the the wrong man they departed I leaving I night !Miss EKtclla Wood.
.r,>-) was entered Sunday morning and that it will possibly go even remains to that gentleman's smelling the young man chained to the tree 1 and entertained the young folks with OeWlff C. JONES
t c' ;'between $4,000 and $5,000 worth of lower. arrangements!: made summary actionin and sending a message; to Furen that I u chicken piluu. Several of the older Starke Fla.em.asvs .
;ill; 'merchandise: taken. The robbers had4fa the premises seem imperative. he was a marked man and that hm I folks Mere present, too, and many interesting
\ taste for the best spring dresses and Leveling of what is known as the : days upon this earth were numbered.! mid amusing games were! :-

, ., ,t silks. Indian mount and excavations near A party from Holt were hunting on Allen's cries for help were heard by I played I PC fore 'mid after supper At a
i., Sarasota last week by workmen preparing Yellow\ River last week and onp of I a passerby who released bin from hill lute hour, they departed for their reHpeitive ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHE ,
,'y boil the Jack- the ground for the erection of prt'dicamunt and he returned to the I homes reporting a good
/, While testing a at the men Levy Dollar, killed\ three deerat
:: i residences have resulted in the discovery city. time 41
j$onvile) plant of the Merrill Stevens one shot Dollar saw a big buck I
'. ahipyard, W. D._ Shields sustained injuries of a large number of prehistoric come trotting up across a branch from .----- Mr. Hn,| :Mis C. A. Rhames expectto Name "Bayer" is on Genuine
. .. which resulted in his death at relics. Among the finds made by visitors where he was. The buck evidentlysaw 11mlm-SA:; leuvo in the near future for Ocala
< to the scene are various bones of him for he stopped and, two oth- where' they will make their future Aspirin-say Uaytf

. ,:j St..Luke's hospital shortly afterward the human skeleton] human teeth er deer dame up and stood by him. "hf'rl'II"larch! II)-Rev, Joe !Mul- home,
'll'[His face and skull was badly crushed pieces of pottery and flint. It was said Their heads were (in line and when Mr lady, of Hampton, filled his regular --
T' '!;J by a cap which blew off the boiler dur. that one whole skeleton was found but Dollar fired the three deer fell. lie I appointment at the Christian church Colds Cause tjrip sad Influenza A

i.'i {.;.l'' f ing the testing: operation that it crumbled to dust as soon as secured a wagon loaded the deer on Sunday delivering\ interesting Her I LAXATIVE IwriKO CjiHMNClahtiiM' rmmmi the!

: ; toui'hed. and was driving away when the remainder rnons to appreciative audiences. Cs,,... There i. ce' "l>rmia Qululi:
'i:11' .\ West Palm lieach is now enjoying of the party came up. "Why !Mrs Josephine' Sullivan has tetuin- t. W GROVES .'1n hlf ul I lax. SOa.
Enraged by a disagreement; as to he's got a deer" said one of them. ed from South Florida after an extended --. --- - ----- .--- - ft 1
LIFT CORNS ORCALLUSES the proper means of punishing their "By golly, he's got two." said another. visit with relatives and friend "DIAMOND DYE" OLD
[ of Crooked Lake
;4 son, Emmett Gunn, "Just look, he's got three" said the Mrs, I., A. Hull and son, Clyde were ; ,
and formerly an iceman in Gainesville, other. When told that he brought; visitors to Hampton Saturday. I I I GARMENTS LIKE NEW I
OFF shot and killed bin wife Sunday and .
i attempted to kill his son and daughter them down with one shot the newcomers Mr*. S. II.! Wuodard wan a visitor to II Any woman can dye faded shabby :
Gunn started shooting and shoutinglike Starke Thursday. wearing apparel whether wool, silk. out- Insist on TUyer Tablet. of Anpirla"
occurred when Mrs. I '
, M"""* The quarrel a band of Indians in a war dnnce. Hob/ King and John Hall spent afew ton linen or rolled gooda to any eolor, la a "Bayer package, containing proper ; j.1 4
' [Doesn't hurtl Lift any corn or refused to allow her son, who is Mr. just like new, br following dimple direction dirwtlnna for Headache Cold, Pain "' '
I callus off with fingers Gunn's stP| son, to be whipped, and days at George lake fishing having In each package of "Diamond Vj.*." I I Neuralgia, Lumbago, and tUieomatUm. :!
that Gunn then shot her with a revol A bold but unsuccessful attempt excellent luck. 1 I Name "Jl -er" Bieeui genuine AipiriapreMribod ,,9
ver. E. W. Bosley who was a guest was made last night to kill Deputy Mrs. Lomle llightower: wax a Vi"i-I- by hyilciana for nineteenjreara. '
Ahk Your Soldier How "CootiesGot ... 12 tabletscoat ,1i
Hey bo of
'UnJy tin
at dinner interfered in save Furen of Orlando, and one of SheriffGordon's tor to the county seat Saturday. I,
r markof
hi trade J'd
Such Hold few cent Antilrln
the lives of the boy and girl. lie was valuable deputies, by moon- Mr. and Mrs. Den SUNX taken to the county jail where he is shiner About 10 o'clock Rufus Allen to Hampton Saturday afternoon you Clf 8..1I 1Iicacid. 4* .
held without bail. who drives for I"uren. was approached Misses Florence Hall and Kxtellfl: << )I of Europe: were swarming! with rats
by a young strange white Woodard were visitors to Ha lie ton which curried the dangerous: vermin -- 6

Remaining: in hiding: for 13 days, man and asked what he would charge Reach Sunday. I IM. i and caused our men mmcry. Don't let fix Quinine Tlial, Docs .not. A licit 'The'Headll
a 1 three of them without food or water to take him to Little Creek, and on being \' M. Itnnson went out to George rats bring disease) into your h"me- lie Innlr and l .'!vn rffmt. LAXATIVE ;
Mt when you set the first lint! get! nAT-1 1IKOMO OU1NINK Itarete) can Im taken
I two Went India negro stowaways were told the amount was told to meet I SNAP That will finish them :by anyiuia without I rmiitlnil or rlniInaWlheheed. !
discovered by custom officers who were the stranger in 15 minutes at the corner LwGkoVtaehruatw.eubus :Nk;
0r DIE 2ftc /SOc, Sold) and guaranteedby I
sizes: $1
et of Mr. Fur-
till making a hunt for booze on the vessel of Broadway. Instead RATS
und J. M. Mitchell
D ( Jones
Emma E. Brown coming to Apa- en driving, however, it was sent out I;
lachicola from Mantanzas, Cuba. The in charge of Allen. At the point designated 0RATS
two negroes tell a wonderful story of by the stranger two men got so do mice, once they rat RAT-SNAI' I ,I
endurance hunger and thirst as a result Into the car' and the driver started out. And they leave" no odor behind. Don't 1 or mire after you use RAT-SNAP. It's ".j
of their journey to America. They After leaving the four-mile stretch of take our word for it---try a package u sure rodent killer. Try a pkg. and ,
had hidden themselves in the chain brick road, one of the men threw a Vats and dogs won't touch it. lUtn( some m1 prove it. tats killed with RAT-SNAP
locker in the bow of the ship and remained sack over the driver's head whilA the pass up all food to get RAT-SNAI' w'w nrrurrOeA leave no smell Cats or dogs won't
there through the entire trip other man encircled his neck with a Three sizes I touch it Guaranteed. .'j

They did not come out on deck after heavy chain The men began cursing 25c size (1 cake) enough for Pan. I 25 size (1 cake) enough for Pan
getting out in the gulf but had plan- Allen\ declaring that they intended to try, Kitchen or Cellar. CtALCO TINS ONLY try Kitchen or Collar.\ "

'Don't suffer I A tiny bottle ofNtreaOne ned on making their entry into the fix him where he would never breakup LOc size (2 .akes) for Chicken a YOUB CDOCCUS I 60c( size (2 cakes) for Chicken J
costs but few cent at States without the knowledgeof another still. He was jerked from
a any United House, Coops or Small Buildings House, Coops or Small Buildings '
'y &T/g,-fton. Apply a few drops on the the car but just at the men grappled "
the skipper or crew. all
size cakes enough for
$1.00 ((5 )
cakes enough for .
size )
\\mmat, calJuH-i and "h-rd .kin" on bo- I with the driver. Allen made a grab $1.00 MAXWELL HOUSE
toes tit feet, then lift them oB.19ien farm and outbuildings storage buildings farm and outbuildings, storage buildkg.
of the land. for his revolver which lying close
An old hilly goat one ,
>eeione removes corns from the factory buildings.Sold or factory buildings. '
eat br cawa** from the bottom of feet, marks of western Clay took a notionto I by. In the struggle for the weapon. It Mitchell's I COFFEE Sold and Guaranteed by Mitchell'sDrag \
la beneath U left pink and healthy give up the ghost the other day and 1 was discharged three times, every bullet and Guaranteed by 8-6-4t.
Store! and D. C. Jones.
iwo IMnrcr "ora, Under or irritatd.p secured admittance to the lower story of which embedded Itself.- -In they Drug Store and D. C. Jones 8--4t.

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