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Bradford County telegraph
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Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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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)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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ACCIDENT NEAR N'AUl'IiUL.1lurrnrly HONOR OF !1.\ .. Urn. JONES i ,. .
The many friends of the Adkins
' At 10 o'clock Large Quantities of the fruit LvateStarke f CAPTAIN WELLS
a. m., Monday, April family hear .
saddened to that on a Resident tif Lake Butler
5, 1920, the board of county commissioners I Friday morning 7 Mrs. \\ .. VN Bradford High School in justly proudof : Daily
at o'clock
Sar- a Hiking Along Highway the I f .chec" SUrke Son-
was called to order at the ah Aukma war record of 123 of her former k I'
passed to the
great beyond pupil All of these at Captain Jeremiah h'
court house by chairman were fortunate The
C. A. Roberts Irvin her : strawberry shipping season bu-
in Lake Uu ler. Her Wauchula Apa.iJA.. Jesuit of
with all a to return home except eight! Eurie ill d at the home of hisk'
membel'lIpreSE'nt. to-wit: death gan earnest Monday and the lua-
(| was not unexpected, ai she had an automobile/ accident the Dixie '
on Douglass, Nick Johns. Lamer Broke J. Pi Tomlinson of
J. Brownlee.. Drew Reddish O. V. been in feeble health for the CIOUS red berries leave Staike by the
past two Highway near here Thursday evening.. Krvm before.The
rtly news
Morton Herman
Brooks and James Reynolds. Crosby, Kay carload day.
j jjeaig and had patiently waited the D. W. Carver= is dead and lorn and White, Neal Langford and Willie every tphon mebeags to CoL
I The
Minutes of last meeting read and time when her guttering would culminate Dan Brown and highest price ever received here
Sam limes are under Jones. Ai the parents of the last for ) asking him to notify
approved. I'I i I in rest for the weary. i:| $1,000 bond each. The accident occurred i j I three named have presented memorialpictures any was considerable paid last Friday quantify when of berries $18 tie lodg of the event, e'Iw'
The following' Mrs. Adkins was born in Bradford when Mr and !
named person presented Mrs. Carver, out : to the school, it has become a to $19 crate received those | transmit the informaionie -
bonds for notary public and county, Dec. 18, 1840 and in 186! she for a walk cached the highway and :': custom to decorate the picture of each who had per berries was to sell. by lodge of Valdosta, pA4
were approved by the board: N. D. | united in marriage with Rev. Eli N. started to cross It, when a car driven '''' young man all his birthday anniversary about 70 bushels Saturday !1st the remains wen towIth
Wainwright, A. Z. Adkins. R. B. Rob. !I Adkins a Christian minister, her at high late ot speed appealed. The conies around and have exercise bringing $12 to $JU were bushel sent away. !that city Monday,
erts, R. T. Taylor and L. A. Brown i! maiden' name being Miss Sarah l::>al'P. driver, loin Brown, blew Ins horn and 'I in his honor at the chapel period in shipment' per consisted(''a of ,.. the deceased having.
Bond for justice of the peace for '| k or fifty years she was a consistent it IS supposed that in veering to one I'I the morning, about HO bushels went rl'fritrt'I'ators"lid aon In high Handing.
y election district No. 7 was presented member of the Christian church and side to prevent sinking Mrs Carver April) 5th was the twenty-necond itOO by in But pat data allow us only
+ by II. H. Wiggins. and approved. I'I I devoted her life to her husband andchildren. who had succeeded in crossing struck ,, birthday of Pit. Willie J. Jones, who dropped to around open expiess.$7.50 crate price, fallowing about the d*.-
Bond for justice of the peace for ,I She was the mother of eleven Mr. Carver, who had stooped at the belonged to the famous first division few choice! crate bringing per$10. This a |as born near Valdoita, "
election district No. C was presented children four of whom died in m- side of the road to remove a tsunuspur und fought valiantly in Franco when wa mostly on account of I ago.At the outbreak L'
by R. B. Moseley and approved. |I fancy, and one, Mrs Omie Perry, in which had penetrated his shoo. Alter I(! the war cloud was daikesU He was all shipments to New an fork t'tnhaigoon ., as a Wean the states he join.
Bond for justice of the peace for'I mature years. She is survived by six going some distance the car returned, 'fatally wounded! in action and died at strike of express. and freight handler Irate army and for efflas -
election district No. 11 was presented children, namely: Henry S. Adkins, of and rubberCarver to the home ot j I Cantigncy, "France May 9, 1918. wa on, thus preventing promoted 'to the rankr j
' by W. H. Gurney and approved. I Lake Butler; Airs. Lizzie Townsend, itliK. ihonuis near, then bringing phySIIUHIH |I Friday morning as the 'pupil filed from utilizing the best market! hipper also liter th* conclusion of
Petition signed by G. B. Colson and I i lof i'alatka; Mrs. Emma Wimbeily, ot to the t DcUBiue. JJeopuo tile to their regular Meats in the auditor. because it had been laming and the fed to Worthington,. this i H
others was presented asking; that the I Mobile. Ala.; Mrs /Susie Willis of skill of lour physicians Carver; died I ium they saw the portrait of Pvt. Willie berries therefore, not being in condition there ", an ..n.
I put
name of Mrs. Tom Dyal be placed up-i' Icodman; J. E. Adkins, of New River, auout nuuiiigiiu iris lacast was badly Jones decorated with flagB, while I to carry well. Tuesday' shipment and moved. to Lake
on the pauper roll. Upon motion and and A. Z. Adkins, of SUrke. all of ciUHiiud., Beveial I'lbS. one aim and under it was a laurel wreath of vie- was about the same as Mon t retiring' from business
r second it was ordered that Mrs. Dyal's 'i whom were present when their moth. ont! leg oroKen. I Ialimm tory tied up with red, while and blue day X but the prices paid ueio somewhat |>m* with his daughter, '
name-he' roll and icr: died. Other near relatives of Mrs. ; uiHiiong was notified and I I bunting imlinson. ,first of Lake
1 placed upon pauper I| the picture on thestage Io-vri, from $7 to :$". At thin '
be paid $5.00 I per month. Adkins ale her brother B. J. Sapp of lanm -nefe trout Arcadia and. placed/ I Ime were many potted plants and I r wilting the New Yoikemlmrico ban i I Btarke, and of late in
Petition of George Hamilton was t New River and her two sisters Mrs. men unuur. attest later rviuuBintcmem 'I vases of loses, lilies and wisteiia. : not Jet I been lifted, but may bo so a was a comrade of -J.fnp .
)>' presented asking that his name be i J. B. Crews, of !New: River and Mrs uuuer bonUIi.U', und iUlti. Cui- The following impressive l'I'Ogrum'' clay and then' prices aio apt, to any improve at this city, and was
placed upon pauper roll. Upon motion i K. A. Adkins, of Water Oak. |i\er came h.I'u'Iibout six muslin ago was earned out: (ported and beloved. H*
Kh and second same refused.The I I, The funeral took place Saturday af-l Hum take. UuUer. Opening I..mlll.ks-.uf. S. S. Dowl-! There are only two lines of, rrfiigeiatois {without number >who
P J monthly allowance of Ervin tei'noon, and was largely attended by I 1110 man WOO in us came to an untiiuc'iy lug this .season the Truhy & Tho. ,tart u re and sympathU
I IIi ginbotham, pauper, was upon motion -,i, relatives and friends who brought I uciuli was a BOH 01 !IU'. 1:>. iU, Song; '-America"-School. mae (J. M. Tiuby) and Floriila' I'ro- tyedrelattvs*. .
and second increased from $3 to many choice flowers an tokens of love .ivci unu well known in thin county, Scripture selection from Matt 27th duce Co.: ( A. P. lloiman( ). Tliu home ;J. Epperson and f.' L. ,
fO per month. __ and. sympathy. Rev. John Mullady, of jnu! many menus ot inn Jaimiy ..)I'"- and 28 clips.-Prof. C. K. Pope. buyers lire, E. M. Thomas, N II. (Hull, !&rke, accompanied tile
Upon motion and second $15 was I)' Hampton, conducted the last sad rites, j PUUIU.U Whit liicni in their bcreavsIllVllt. Memorial paper in honor of Pvt J. M, Truby, C. S.' 1)urling'F. S. Wil Uk Butler to Valdoata r ,

appropriated! for the assistance of Jeff and the interment took place at Sapp Willie J. Jones-Orville! GrifllH. llama liuyers elsewhere are. E. B. the funeral which they, ,
Padgett for one month. ,cemetery, where she was laid to rest --- -- Poem "Spring Hero and Over Walter Jas. Bowden, Jas. York, W. L notable event '
I The following: resolution was unanimously by the side of her husband, who died e vvy 4wmWWsWWwiv vce1 There"-MIRS Jeannetto Matthews. Brown. '- +)
passed: I| Aug. 24. 1894. The were: W Chorus, "The Vacant Chair"-Thomas The shippers are lucky in having IR8T- FILM SHOWN jy
i Whereas the George Epperson, Henry B. f. lOUt) J( Wdttral'UAtlN'IS, ; '
upon resolutions of' Fowler : : Limbaugh, Telfair Long Willie Agent A. 1'. Hoffman to scan everyxickage.
the hoard of bond trustees for Special Diiggers K. Roberts Mr, Byrd and 'f' e'W Kppersim, Hairy Cjmova, Carr Colley, ( to BOO that it in pti'pi'rly ad- id With Railroaders a""I' g
Road and Bridge District No. 1, |' Charlie Rivers 1 h/II week wo had to choouu: bee Joe Wainwright, Walter Kuhl Ilollia dreg..e.d and axle Mr, Hoffman, with Families'r
county Floiida, it is hereby resolved At one time Mrs. Adkins was a resi tuuua BBUiiiif. a miiaiief paper, or J Knight, John Powell' William Struth, his able assistants, Aneel Wainwrightand '
that the tax levy of 12 mills dent of Stark, and while here was re. f none at all. mo Sallie. may twp f B. 1). Law, leader of Glee Club; Miss Robert Mills seen to It that ship 0 rallwaf la carrying onfety
4 upon the dollar made by the board of1 I! spected and loved for her many good pen niAi week again, 01 peduisa' Doris Law pianist ments ore not delayed or mixed first" campaign for
county commissioners traits of character her -- __ --. -... 1 Its amploye* and the
j of Bradford and kindness tor ov fiul wetK to excite. MM S --- -- --- --- -
county, Florida: at. the request! .of the to all with whom she came in contact. *,. iiiini baud tunnut be bo u if lit at .f MRS.: IIAYNES: ENTERTAINS: -- /its of posters and tlluss. -
ooard 01 oona trustees ol said special any juice at prusojit aim puo- t IT. U. C.: SUDDEN DEATH OP G. O. IHIR- But the bet way Is.jture gat
Road and Bridge District No. 1, bo and MEETING ()to' SCIIOOl IMMIIO *.. iimi.tii nave no cnoice but must ft HOWS shown- at prinelng -
the same is hereby abandoned and the MONDAY uo tic bunt Uiey can Una uocitMBUd !- 't Mrs. 0, L. IIa>'nea chaimingly entertained ( ,tote road. Such 4rwa '
tax collector of Bradford county. Plor- \ .. sue compel un to econoniize 8' the monthly busuum* meeting Mr. O. ft. Burrows, who lived north held In Stark Vrl Ys,
ida is hereby instructed to abandon Board of public instruction met ini wita Kpacu, ana we have '* ot the W. T. Week Chapter U. D. cast of Temple Mill, diedcry sud l the Gaiety, before a r.
the further collection of Raid 12 mills I;i regular session Monday, April Bth, ueeii loneu lu ivuvo out mucli '* C, on Wednesday lei'noon, at her denly early Monday rooming, April If railway men and their ,
assessed upon the real and personal! ',1 with Messrs. L. C. 1'swell, 1'. Af. 1'ad- iiitL'tuBling muuc'i', among. which -.' home on South Hlieel.In Cth. He owned the former A. G. Dyal) I feht- thither by; special "
property of said Special Road and get tand T. B. I'liiholster present. uio' newa iiuina iiom our coiiegpoiiuemb. f the absence of the president the! place, and live there. Before daylight >a* Stark people.) The +
Bridge )District No. 1, and the board Minute of last II Out' lelieia, Irvin e. vice-president, Mis. HuyncH, giaceful- he wa awakened by tho lowing of the Men woven Into story ?
of bond trustees of Special Road and approved.The meeting read and parts 01 trio county is a tvuiuuDiu ly presided, and cuimldeiablo ii>utlne cow in the barn, dud thinking that Urlking and convincing
' Bridge District No. 1 IB hereby instructed IS lea ure o: the paper, ft business received uttention. Dele- chicken thieves were> around, he took ilo'P impression on the
lj pay of teachers for lost time gates) were elected to attend his and tired p a calllniT' where soin
to reimburse all person or' and we do not axe 10 uisuppoint *' the state gun went out. He \ two )
was taken up and the board agreed convention that meets shots to lighten and unavoidable accU <
r persons heretofore having paid Raid to v neimei' our wutciB 01' rvuuem, vv III Gainesvillenext away possible marauders
' tax to the tax collector of Bradford pay CO per cent of lost time from the but necessity nun no law. As boon -f month m-legates elected wc-ro then fell dead in the yard f lives or limbs, all pain '+ '

county, Florida, and for the purpose ; epidemic of influenza. ..' as it can bll done tlllI paper, will ep I lieu J. M. Kiownlee dud Mrs O, L. Mrs. Burrows went out to learn the ten to avoid accidents' ,
of carrying out the reimbursement of I Pension of Mrs. Walker laid over f resume its terrier size, and until '.. I' liayneu; /.Iltll'/iutes. Mis. W. E. Davltt I|' cause of the shooting and found her llossneai, r. '
those person or persona who have already for investigation. The secretary was f then we ask the indulgence of *' aim Mm. J. M. Alvaiei. i'laim( weremade huHbiiiid lying apparently dl'u paid the said tax, the said tax instructed to write the superintendentof ". our contributors. > I' fur ivlvmorial LIllY exercises on tiled to carry him to the house, but p many danger and noJBw t
I collector is hereby instructed to fur- Hillshoi
l nish the bond trustees with a list of if said applicant received aid from .... rr, all such persons and the amount paid said county. _ !:.: _ i I which a rising vote of thank was giv near by for help, and Mr, Burrow for all to have their
( by each, together with the post ofllce Petition from Pine Grove IIl'hoollald o en. was carried in and medical BnwlsUncosummoned ( m and to obirv such a
address as far as possible. over for further investigation UNIQUE BIRTHDAY: cm.lmnA'1 ihu hostess served, her guest with' but he was beyond human e are prescribed for,their
The following resolution by Mr. T10NSMesbrs. tt delicious naiad course, and the large' help. The cause of his death was Sinter
5 Brownlee was unanimously passed: Resignation of A. G. Brown as trUSt number present spent delightful social leaking heart valves, fl'om'hll'll ailment ; inspector ssfs.
t Whereas, by the terms of the con tee of District 28 accepted. Mallory Jones and K. V. 1",1 I half hour. he had long been a sufferer. board, and Mr. JesterS
tract between the board of commissioners I Communication from Johnstown received Miough, of Jacksonville, both deputy I n ,- .... I HJH death came an a surprise, and a ( during the showing a
of state institutions and all o and held for investigation.: fihcritra. were in Starke Monday to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard shock to the community, a* he had I pleated with tho at.
i I Proposition of Charlie\ celebrate their respective biithduys. had 1 a been in Starke h* Impression made '
lessees of state convicts the lessees Gilliard for I 1 Saturday and attended up- '
guests during the
4,' were required on the termination of the purchase of one acre of land, the Mr. Jones was born hero on April 6th i Mrs. Howaid past week Mr. and to business matters apparently in den and .cltlcen. Mr..
> their contracts, to make a deposit with I former site of Theressa school, accepted forty years ago and Mr. Brough on I I N. J. Mr. Dillisten of Patterson, his usual health. but out againover Msin
the board of commissioners of state and the board to !give him n April Cth sixty years ago. The two !j lumber dealer.Dillisten) in in an extensive Tho deceased was born !in Noitli/ ( ''a shQrt time, with a ; "
institutions the sum of $100.00 for I quit-claim deed. Gi.liard to pay for gentlemen being the best of friends, j, spends hill his (home city. He Carolina about i7\ years ago lie married picture "Rule of Roa rl'promised
t' each escaped convict still remaining at 'making papers.Moved while Mr. Brough had no acquaintances I never been winters to Starke in Florida, but hud a sister of M.... S. I"'. Morgan, of ] to bring this
large to insure the payment of the and carried that the board here, he regarded Mr. Jones' as his l, before Tho week this city. After some year spent in rice for a dhowlng.l .. tJ
sell the horse belonging to the voca- friends and the two invited a goodly I'I was Kpent' at the Richard collage at Arkansas he moved to this vicinity a *, I "Wt <"
convict tional agricultural school. company to take dinner with them at listen Kingtdcy lake and Mr, and Mis. Dil little over two year agn. While here IE ABSOLUTELY1

of state institutions should said escaped Request of patrons from Johnstown the Bradford Hotel. I'I'I resort.were chaimed( with Slarko'apretty ho won universal esteem for his! IN, 8AY8! WHITNEY ; ?,
convicts be recaptured and returned to extend their territory was granted. Mr. Brou born perhaps the first square dealing, courtesy and industryand ,..-- I
to the state prison. Moved and carried that pupils lacking white child in Starke, which at --- his death If) much deplored,
' Whereas, the convict lease system one credit be allowed to graduate that time was only three years old. Miss Kathleen Alvarez and her Of near relative the deceased leaved bririfi.-While the geofs "
( without Is'' ilia father. Mr. J. T, Confederate friend, Miss Claire Davis, of Fort besides, his association announced n
has been abolished by act of the leg diploma and when board Brough, a widow, one son and three
l islature, and it being the desire of the furnished with information showing veteran was a friend of Mr. Meade, were here from the Florida daughter, all grown in Malvern Ark. Itions wore that the inI -. "i
board of county commissioners to that they have made the desired credit Yule, by whose exertion. the road! State College at Tallahassee to spend Much sympathy i i. being felt for them of railroad emll/! /)'.' trt
'l- close up and settle all accounts be- they will be awarded diploma. was built, and for the first few years Taster.' They returnd to Tallahassee. in their bereavement.The \terminal district: virtu!'

tween this said board of county commissioners Moved and seconded that the board Mr. Brough was the general superintendent Wednesday afternoon.. .. interment took i place at Kings- Jts effectiven, A. f, t.,
and the board of commissioners accept the proposition of board trustees of the road. -- Icy lake cemetery Tuesday, under the i president of the Broth-
14 of state institutions at as ear of sub school district No.3, "Mally" Jones is always populnr METHODIST direction (,f Undeitaker HeWitt C. way Trainmen laid the

ly a date as practicable, consistent Staike, r one- sate here and Mr. rough, being a whole( Sunday school, 9:45 a, m., L. A. Jones The obseqinu\ were conducted, tomorrow to con*
with the best interest of the state and loss of time during the period of boiler souled gentleman, gained many o Davis k p t(' ,dent. by Revs Elliott Williams, of the Chris- K charters of locals who '

Bradford county and trouble out of the district friends during his visit "Starke'lIl: Preaching 11 a. m., and 8 p. m. thin church.. ,turn to work last ,mid-
funds. first born" carries his three-score ----. ----
Whereas state No. 13295 Epworth
k prisoner League 7:15 m.
James Roberts who was leased from No further business board adjourned years very lightly. The celebrants { Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 BAPTISTSunday ; lers maintained ton'l.rhtnk.
the board of commissioners of state until first Monday in May, 1920. were wished many happy returns of C, DIGGS p. were ..unbroken!; A
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institutions and who escaped November -- .-- -- the day. - eJ. .. .. --_ .. school, 10 a. m. (lead* of outlaw unions
4, 1018, while in the custody of :MRS. PEEK KNTKHTAINS: LADIESOF - -.- ------ i JOHNSTOWN PROGRESSING; ; Morning worship, 11 a. m. I of the country has be tit

Bradford county and is still at large MK1IIOD1KT: CHURCH WHISKEY SELLER' CONVICTED: Hon. J. P. Co III n, of Johnstown wa II. Y P. U., junior arid senior 7 p. morrow. in 'Chicagoby
Plans for continuing
ar ?* ,,1' whose recapture a reward of In Starke Monday., Hi was m.
c + $100.00 in offered by the board of commissioners Mrs. C. L. Peek entertained the ladies Saturday night Chief Kite arrested by Mr. J. H. Williams accompanied a new Evening: worship, R p. m. f old" b.*' considered, , Grufor -
of state institutions and of the Methodist church Thurs- Curtis flees, who lives on the There's- settler at Johnstown who has recent Midweek 'f'rvl'e. Wednesday S p. 1 '
!n the payment of this reward is considered I day afternoon, the object of the meeting sa road for selling\ moonshine. He ly bought a large tract of land from m.A the'rost of'Johp
ry this board as an obligation being to plan for renovating tho was released on a $2CO bond for his Mr. Coffin and just completed a 11500 C'tfifewnce for the rlprtlnn of a Miller and Fred Radk ,
aga'.ist Bradford county and interior of the church. This work will npeparance in !Mayor Hoover's court bungalow Mr. Williams besides pastor is voted to take place at the 11 today by United Statesr
Now, therefore be it resolved, That I cost several hundred dollars and when Monday afternoon.At farming, will plunt a large num general ,, o'lJock service. Ma.on-Fsdofal agentsmen. ; ,
in the final settlement with the board fir'shed will add greatly to the beau. the trial his guilt wax made her of peach and other fruit trees, for Baptism at nlA'ht.lILANCIIAlm. had' broken faith lr E'E'striking
of commissioners of state institutionsfor ty of the interior of this house of worship. clear and Does was fined $fl5 and which the well-drained soil) In that D. LAW emmftnt tn attending/after'the
the loose and hire of certain state costs. section is Pastor. switchmen
--.--.. especially suitable. Mr. A. _._ n released l 41" .promise to f"
convicts that we acknowledge the indcblidncMi After arraniriri; ways and means to Coflln has lately settled over thirty --? --- ,
( of Bradford county to the start this work forward, the ladies enjoyed A.B.SCRI'fiOS SUI'KKIVTKNDnVTSOUTHERN\ : families around Johnstown. I VACANCY: IV BAPTIST PASTORAT Iber., ;. part-In, the strike
board of commissioners of state institutions l a social half hour at which time : ixrncss --- 'i,: !
tt> tile amount of $100.00 for th' hostess, assisted by her daughter, lions in Mr. Hallo's division. He l1TAX+
the payment of the reward, should Mis. E. K. ferryman and Mrs. J. II. Announcement was made yesterdaythat appointed Jacksonville agent on July wan The term of Blanchard Law a* pas. PAYMENTSieonfuil r
said escaped convict be recapturedand Hitch, served tempting light refresh A. B. Scruggs han been elevatedto 1. 1919. for of Starke Baptist church has ex-! ; n of dater It was r'
will promptly pay said reward on ments. the position of superintendent of Mr. Scruggs is well known In this ,rod., Thc election of a pastor Is the } tim I""", -that persons
being furnished the proper evidence Vases of Easter lilies and dogwood: the Suwannee division of the American city and the state as a transportation thing to Interest the membership of fUll,until MIIt 12th for the'rll
by the said board of commissioners of blosKnms from the wood> charmingly Railway Express Company, with man.-Times-Union. that church. At the quarterly business !. taxfiw The Anal dat vo'd' ;
state institutions, that said convict decorated the pallor of this hospitable offices in Jacksonville Mr. Scruggs I III well remembered 1 In meeting quorum fixed the time l I'SatDrd'1. May 8th.
has been recaptured and in the custody home. Mrs. J. C. Diggs, president of Mr. Scruggs succeeds to the position Starke, having lived here a few :yearn for a conference for Sunday. April :, fail: to by that date
of the state. the Missionary Society presided over ocucpied for years by W. 11, Halle, ago.: Ills courtesy and efficiency gain llth, at the 11 o'clock service. r. ,I Quallfl d pay, to"--vot In the
The board adjourned until the first the meeting with grace and business who died here recently. Mr. Scruggs ed many friends for him here" who are Attendance of all member in courteously Attend: fo' the matter ; '
Monday in May, 1920. tact. served this company In various posl.rntt'IJa glad to learn of his advancement. requested. ": .". C.Af KNIGHT, j

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late*, Senator Duncan 'U. 7

to Lt''a candidate f
.... ....." ... -'----- .- '-- __. __ ..- ..- .- __.... _.Fill speak in Btarka Monday J
: ,
limo BUIptrur'Wna wwwwj v <-Spedat" : Rosier is a thrifty farmer and good tfy.... T i morning. May Fletcher ,1
the possible presence of eggs in the : "100 per cent in HEAD INDICTED flT cltiien and if elected will give the ; Mrs. George Bohsnnan, of Ardro- is making a vigorous/ campaign and
work in eradicating and co leetion. Each one bring !:J STRIKE is time hi here, is to interesting
blossom to'do thorough. ,' GRAND IUHY-JAILi SENTENCEEugene county conscientious service, son, W. Vs., spending some speech sure prove
; this insect it will b. aoc"ury'' .one else. and C Esty who until tan daysago Fred Jones. a well known young' hen with her sitter-in-law, Mrs. D. C. The spring term of the' b'
: m. 8 p. m. ,
? to spray twice in succession with ant in the Chie&ro..aU I Stark man announce that he would Moueley. i circuit: court convene in Starke on
interval of not less than 8' day nor: ;i[ ;': Let everybody go to charm: was a indicted by the itaU CTandJut' like to be elected to the office of constable Marion Crew. was i'visitor' to Jackao"YlUe that day ,and the senator will doubt.
more than. 7 between the sprayings.Th Ep worth League, 7:15 p. m. I strike wan with Influencing for the Stark district. Sunday.A. less haTe the opportunity to speak to

ascend spraying ,twill kill any .Prayer meeting. :, Wednesday. C. DIGGS., 8 p. m. I )'other at Chicago to injure
:roun& ,"'bleb may have hatched from Pastor.J. U poclshable by imprtsonmmt from the race this week for county commissioner !. for county school euperlatsndent .ty.
the egg The eggs being placed Bo was reported to in district No. S, composed of was a visitor here Saturday
down M the (tlssa would not be reach- the have one to boated ten yean.that be procured 1. W. election precincts: 6, 7. 10. II and 12. Lewis Butler, of Maxrillo, was a Tuesday.Messrs.. ,
eel by,the tobacco extract. several time in ,order to prolong ,, In the trUM of 1910 It MI''Ha'ba. served-es a member of visitor here Bondty.Mrs. Jim Sapp and AdalbertSapp.
i. Asfthlfl. fn.4Ktal continually fly .bearing season. Oua should (spray W. assistance ho ousted-iron the ,onnty board and prorod himself H. C. Wimberiy: and Miss BrthWiinberly :of Sapp Station were greeting'
wild after
i bite rorroundinB".. .-' whenever then* thrips ar abradant to 'WM woe visitors to Jacksonville ,.
a.P&kh.trom g the Chicago Yardman' Association. s careful and useful ptiblie offlelftl.IIIERRY. wen ed! friends here Sanday.1. $ wi
to the bloom.
tatioa it may be necessary sprayt

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-j'I' ., Let's! it off with a good smoker


: ; -Chesterfield '

L1 I 1 OTHINi G touches the spot like a good
_a' N touch
r I amok'e and nothing can
=:s 1 I .... '1 le.and st-Hol,-I's for genuinely "tatitfying" body

fit Interesting I In flavor. rfields! the finest of silky aro- tQ

made Turk ish and rich mellow Domestic ,

- tobaccos an blended to bring out a new and .
- LAKE <, | finer qualityAVir r of flavor. ;

RI -.- Ions was) I I you know why Chesterfields !" ,

-. Lake Butler, April If i I And because!this blend is exclusive and cannot / oM '

fill 2. claimed highly esteemed one of Lane" 1Di ate> i' he copied, o nly Chesterfields can "satisfyl"mge !
kina, who panned lad'< Each: raclglassinc is wrapped In moisture-proof "
. had Loel'n11\ for "..v.r..! I' i
., c par>cr that keeps all of the
home in East Butler
m to .I flavor intacl.
ing hands could do
l .! to Grandma Adkins, as and b' I
fat )Iy called but God in : )
mil dom saw fit to call her < I
y I I was a dear Christian W.j I
t ) mother and faithful
I' and t
a' friends several who children will mourn' ent I

nrd : remains were laid to 1 1T J'Ull Lucy
' Saturday 1 !Mr
( cemetery Nil
a I children of Mr. and j l f
nil'' gathered at their -" C
(1,1 1 celebrate their "' : : ; -
ar !1 1 day and enjoy the 1 1a art
11 the noon hour. The day ] ; /\
! ly spent and each one \ I
1\ t selvesas having (' ; " t,9f,
he Many more happy o( r
wished their mot her. Dr
ItJ I 111 lund has opened up a : ,
I 'giMrttn, groceries and : and
< CI building recently purr : Mr a;}
1 ins Edna Epperson; spent ; lOft
II a with her parents Mr. 1I '. irt
, I Epperson. -Mrs. W. C. with
tat as her guests this __
but Alderman" and children |

,'"1' their B. Y.friends. from was !

tto turned at the. home of i
lea Bob Green Friday : '
e s and music was enjoyed \
' l fruit sulud served the i !! ,.
,'I P viII Mott, of Palatka at- nF
""II his father John Mott. \. I
" and Etta Spires spent' B; ,
aa with their parents at Musil''l'; 11\ s
It I S. S. Proctor spent the .. E.; 1
\ friends in Monrrlef all "
,an end returning home Monday Mists
of Jacksonville, spent "
Ind here lust week with i I of
burr friends. -Mrs. E. L. '
E. 'I mond. Va.. is the .' out,
s F. Mis.' S. S. Proctor. : ,
kly liuniH, of New River 1 other
r j visitor' to Luke : that
,IS Mr. and Mrs. Ona ' eev
..I i Lulu, were in town ; i sasacatac=c saiaosas sac s'a asa r sacr sas'as ss5
little son was badly I 1 chit ed the grocery stoi re on Main street
send,''l'L ago but U improving. 1: I formerly belonging: to Mr.. J. H. TOIi'' SEN D US THAT ORDER
ment of )Dr. J. E. Mo Anct( bert. lie will cpndi let the business in | "'
kly drew was greeting tho name building. -Mrs. Josephine If>|
ty I Butler last week. I ,' ih Sullivan who has I Il been t visiting rela- I [)j WHEN I YOU NEED ANYTHING IN s
ay i D. Faircloth of .... .. l >i tives and friends in TheresHB return- i r>J
", G. "-d the hit thll..v<. : the: ed to her )home Satu rday. -!Miss Mag- ln
"y It Rob tn.t'n.Tht' vl( gie Maxwell who I Ii 9 attending school j Office Furniture and Supplies
war lion class jnct in the i at Starke, was a vi Isitor to Hampton | j Commercial and Fancy Stationery SS
s. day ufll'rnoon.Mr.. g Saturday and Sunda Y. Herman Hobj j
flen'I ing after: his recent i ie <'' Mid erts of Graham wa s transacting bus 1 II j'' Printing, Lithographing, Engraving s
A missionary Rut.'J oh iness in Hampton Saturday. -B. J.I I Books-AH KindsArtists' ,-
t'11. at the Baptist church : Rail Johns and family, Russell! Dyul and i' Material
1 ing. --11. W. Borum \ Miss Lucile Johns, of Starke spent d3
I1n in I'IlTatllIrll.! I gev- Saturday fishing.: They caught 125.i Athletic Goods d
'pto the Htk list' this .' K. -W. C. Hunt left Monday for St. Kodak
I Townsend spent >*: Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville, to se- '
turn TiIIl'Mr.. and Mrs. \ ( cure medical treatm ent. -W. E. Bak-
aft old their home to i Ed. er, of Lake Geneva, was transacting
ray'' kle. .". E. Maines .' !-I business in Hamptoi n TueBday.Mrs.. Th: H. &W. B. Drew Company.
e 1M can spent the < Jack L. A. Jones, of Tarn pa. is visiting rel-
''Itry folks. -Curl i i till: /lives and friends here this week. 454recovering 9 W.'BayStreet| Jacksonville s
Sunday.Mrs.! P. P. 1t1il!) A. J. McDonald is from a _
and Mile, spent Friday with sickness of several v weeks' duration. ;: 9 WE WI!LL TAKE PLEASURE IN ANSW ERING YOUR INQUIRIES
slaw S. S. I'I'odor.Millll .." Mrs. Idella Priest returned to her(! L
rkey and Julian l.cmdholtr. < It. home Tuesday, aftci r a visit with her E5B5BSZS25BS;I cacasasasant sacaca S Sas sa sasaSa kxx

.-.; marriage Sunday >, son, Herbert Priest in Starke.Mis. (
. t o'clurk at the home of Ethel Hunt returnee 1 to her school at I
- and !Mrs. Joe Jones. 1 < Mr. Starke Monday. .-Carl; Middleton, of
t Is ono of Lake Butler's : thr here Saturday. I
:% E and hall host of of Payne, of Jac ksonville,'was at-
and her huMliund a long hjii tending to business here Tuesday. ,
II. I. Sprinkle spent W"ft Miss, Florence Hall of Theressa, was
I lit his family last week. [ Mis* visitor to HamptoJones ,n Friday.1.. V. I,
of A Aluchua spent the : gathered nftcries >en crates of her-I
S his family. -Mrs. D. > from his patch east of town !Mon- ,
children spent the anti' day.
at Guilfovd. I
parents of ---+- tfiah h
t .. Knight and baby are t of WOMAN'S CLt:IB MEETING
4' -!Mrs. Fannie Fayles 1 Woman's'!
The April mectini ir of the :
- Jessie Mae, spent i e
Jl.W" Club will be held ne xt Wednesday aft. | :!
Messrs. Warren Turk of temoon the 14th ine ., at four o'clock i j
.-.,;. ed Staike Sunday. > Mrs. G. M. Sistrun k, hosteis. Sub- I i Iii'
Starke Sunday
spent -1
ject "Finance. Mohave tto: man must' _
-R. :S' Johns pml wife -..
i .
vlgv an elastic min d and pocketbook : .... -:;.
and Sunday in Marke.: th; these days." Electi!on of officers will ,| JaldtUS" .;)
holt, of Jacksonville 3.
\ ; take place. All meml era who have not i 1 '
and in Lake
Sunday paid dues for 1920! are requested to i J
Rosenberg and : And do at this meetin '
so p: '
Henrietta Ii'f
entertained i ;' I
given in honor of ;Miss ; a W The Quinine ThaI Does "Mot Affect The treadles I
Wednesday afternoon "
r* Because of Its tonic and Hve effect iJkXA.lnh
West Butlor. An the out Tl\E IIKOMO QUININE :(, he takes;
they were served -,.., by the anyone hcall without t.W.CKOVh.; rnuxinin :4 S ni'rvwuineM sitnattureanit or rlnf'totf,... "

log into the house, tell -.._ _-...- ----
fully decorated. The 1 -s. Scott DrugSTARKE. Co. k
RAIP II was green and yellow !'
to Lawtey Sunday.! t'* :7: FL .
.. I : ht
R u ifo r d, A ,.
and family, Of rasa- pri r and Mrs. A. '
lives hero Sunday. 1):Andrews: Brady Rosie r were visi- ;.
tors to the county seat Tu dayV.. Jacobs '
--- were visitors to Lake Butler
: M. Whitten was visitor to Jackson. Thursday artl'rnoon.A.. T. Mizell Ij>
DAVIS I AMPTO a Sunday afternoon. -Earl Whitten, Miss Carrie McCay Violet and-;
ville during the week. _:Mrs. W. W. and Perla Whitten were visitors over i Mizell
Brady Rosier
Rico left Friday for Jac were visitors to Starke '
ksonville to to Lake Butler Sundlty.lIlrsCIU.. "1'
Est. 1886 spend a few days with friends. ford Jones and Billie Sunday.Lora Lee Cason spent the it1;
son have
Agency wife.left4Saturday re
and GiI.lIom..r Sams has returned to his homespending turned home after week-end here with her parents, Mr. 19,
neva where they their in North Carolina, after a in Titusville. -B. I. Taylor a while and Mrs. D. C. Cason. Messrs. John- :
INSURANCESTARKE future home.1I.Irs.. M ft few months here with hi)i aunt Mrs. was transacting business! of Jacksonville in- son and Andrews were visitor to
Stavkc is a visitor to this Rice. --John Denmark of 1 St. AUlustown during the : Lake City Sunday. -Wilma Andrews '
week. -Mr. and Mrs. I : ', of tine spent Sunday here w ith relatives Jacobs, of Lake week. Burnard' returned to her school in Lake Sut ?
City I
: Theressa, were o :: ,.. and friends. -W. I. Robe't spent the with his spent Sunday ler Monday morning, after spending
Mr. |
day. Rev. > parents and Mrs. George I the week-end here with her "!
his week-end here with his parents
fa mily. -Rev. Jacobs. -Prof. R. :'
i I A. Green, of Lake I .
regular 1MI' and Mrs. Addison. -Mamie pen- j
appointment Madjor of Lake Butler, ft lied his roginday Butler, was visiting over here Sunday.. I' mark : j
church Sunday. -Dr. At- ular appointment here Su at theMr.. and Mrs. spent the week-end here with
W. 1
I tending: to business I' Methodist church. -She].r>ard Moore A. D. Andrews, Sadie Andrews Mrs. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Steve :pen-
Monday. -T. M. ) > "."- Avery Tison O. G. Smi th, Barnard: Browning were visitors Simmons to Starke Mrs.on [ Starke mark. ,-were and Sunday Mrs. Alvarez afternoon., of i

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Pla. .....,, -, ,- ;; o p-P lish-a" d- -. M- if'
.t"I ",Never Knew na.. 111 Mechanics T6ols5I ![
.._ 1" o. . Out of a .

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0261: '6 1IHHV 'A.VOIU.f

IT'I START RIGHT-WITH Lit "ESTOCK I caused them are by at the the congestion point of suffocation of IUPllly, good Further speakers particular will Ii i ie; on regarding the program this, Illm f mlllmm l mllmIIIIIIlllmlllllllliru[ ! ! mrnrn l mlmrnlll lil la mll llll i mmmillJmm l I> ilf fllli [i ill lIImmmlFighting !I !

t A Good Pure find Sire In l HI Quickly which they cannot store mid the rig' meeting will be an lounced later
Improve Quality of I Herd( i' ors of a severe Canadian winter -- -. a
- "Spot paper is selling a t from 11 to MiLl ER

"',! ." ,: There has been, during t he put five 12 cents, whenever shown Publishers _
" years, more improvement in Florida are struggling with one another to Miller April 9-R. W. Blalock, the if

U1 livestock than in any 20 :J years' per-buy extra tonnage which I they think state club t agent, E. F. OeBusk, assls- my
., to J. they require against the! devil
led prior to that time, accoM. .rdirip poor
and J. TraxId
club it O.
? Neal all of the tent state age -
without rly
i. cott. animal induKtiiaExperiment list *t any supply
as. Farm. There :are a nurnmills are booked for more! paper than ler, county agent bare a very Intere t- < !

tins ber of causes for thin, he :says. The they will produce. These I the facts ing meeting at thiht. is place on April
demand for meat products, high price in the Kituation. The meeting vas made more in-
of land in other Iw.tionll. ni nd faith in "Canada is justly annoy:d and amazteresting by the I stereopticon viewson "'AIkVEcST
Florida ii8 a livestock tat,e are some ed at the delay of the United States which were thrown the screen by f
_ of t these rnuof. in ratifying the Peace Trc eaty and the Mr. Traxll'r. The c lub work seems to
In the development of liv,estock why league of Nations coven ant, and at be allllumlnll some I proportions and nc CDFMEA-A- It
IIEltI not take advantage elf I'"me>, of the the heavy differential i if in exchange doubt the club boy i and girls will be
---.;. mistakes in other sections?f !Many of against her. They feel I hat: there i il heard from at the state fair to be 11 DUSTRY''
,ril 2.. the other states have fpent't years im- no more justification for such spantwo-
ty, fill proving the livestock mid then rcalixally than there would be I Ii between held in JackllonvalllII. i next winter
he Bt ed that no real progress i had been i states in the Union. C. PI'eplel med ide a business trip
made. They found! that th, only way "Canada is much alarn over the to Lake Butler Frid ay afternoon.
day' C to make any real improver ent>, was threatened destruction of: her forests A heavy rain fel I in this communn. -
0 lnt standard farthe sires that by makers to ply a people afternoo .
r.... t establish a paper sup;| Ity Sunday
: would l he allowed in the stat'te for pubso rich and so prosperouI IS that they Milll Janie Dielli nil;, who has been
nd fal lie service. I are erroneously thought to have for
they improvement, would take t his forward I I smaller brother in the I great World turned home her ichool having clos- -
l step. it would mean in the e nd the .av- War. The sooner our ne papers" are I'd. She will spen dMrs.I I whiie with her it
; ( ing of much time and much expense to brought to a realization c)f what they parents, Mr. and E. B. Bielling.ade .
a tai
afford I the breeder. If a lot of the cheap, low arc! up against, the betterf off they will AlitaI' Thomas m a trip to Ala-
trade Block wan kent out of the state be. I chug last week.
omen" it would mean millions of dollars to. "Unless those newcpape!rat which are Eurie and Wilbe r Brown attended .
ok 1 the livestock induKtry. Ifs t; is almost turning out one pound da iJies and two the Easter party it Bland Saturday
, Ink impossible to estimate th e loss and and a half pound Sunday newspapers I Hunger

'. x; I damage caused by the useirahle of unde- are brought to their lien,sea, we will night.Carl Brown aUI''Tided the musicale .
Ick ar ' breeding Block. I I"ee i spot paper at from 2(0 to 30 cents
lays II If Florida IB to be a live s stock state, a pound by October wit)h practically at Providence Frida night.
I't,. and we believe it IM, why not start no free tonnage obtain,ble at even Olson Thomas a ttended church at
and i right at first? With there right kind those prices. Midway Sunday. Hunger is never more than a few days

lie of a start, the tank is moredone. than halfIJEANS7 "In such a crisis as is upon us, the Eugene Douglalllvel' I made a business 1 away from the American people.
publication of a daily of o 24 pages trip to Providence Saturday.

visit -*- I or a Sunday of over 50 I pages should Mr. and M1'II J. R. McLeod made a The coal strike showed us what a narrow
WHY GROW VEMKT': I : be prohibited."I business trip to Lal ke Butler last weekr
lips G would be in favor of. every news- Mrll. n. S. Mill was among theutler ]margin the countrygoes on, even in a non- bid
lay n: The following reaming v i hy velvet paper arbitrarily cutting its i which be stored. .
vistiors to Lake BI last week. perishable necessity can
ins w beans should be crown on 4 every farm tion 10 per cent below] 191n !9 experience, p
S in Florida are given by Joh, M.. Scott the adoption of fixed pri:ices, 3 cents .
was s of the experiment station: for dailies and 10 cents for Sunday HIGIII LAND Swift & Company is engaged in the

-n bUt KecauHe the velvet bean is the best papers and a limit in size! to 24 ualles; _- ,business of fighting hunger.

was 0 soil improving !egum for I IJ I Florida.( It for dailies and 60 pages for Sunday Highland. April I 9I'Y t.-Miss Joyce Ter-

afll produce 11 vast amount of leaves ferproblem.and newspapers. as the way to solve the of Lawtey, wall the guest of Missy From coast to coast, from the Great y
, vine, which add both hum. and Winifred Wimbnl
Ira ff tility to the soil. "Iroad public interest Ja not con. Thursday. Mills Vimberly: Wednesday and. Lakes to the Gulf, the lines of defense are r

'ere s Became an acre of Rood velvet bean Vented that fifty big cit yon newspapers med her borne for short visit.A.accompaa .
drawn-packing plants at strategic points
+ shall be ;
vines when plowed, under, will add as permitted to go with their
J. Rowe business
no P much ammonia to the soil as will an wild profiteering with 3:2 to U-page Jacksonville was Wed a visitor to branch houses in four hundred towns and

tore I application of 1,11(10! ( poundtineed of dailies and Sunday news papers which day.Meslll'll.. cities hundreds of
. .. meal. cotton'j weigh from two to three I pound the G.l'o. Robinson and Butler, of Jack on- : ; car routes; thousands '
q v.lle, were transacat ting business heres
of refrigerator cars tens of thousands of
was Because the velvet bean Is adapted copy. ;
Thursday. Ollie Rena
,eat f to Florida Boils and product, II satisfoc- "I sincerely believe thi temporal" Marr returned Thu irsday from a visit loyal men and women expert in their work.
; tory yield of 20 to 30 bush elm of shellfly our newspapers woul, do well to wIth relatives
agar at Starke.Mr.. and
rd beans cut out features, votograi vure sections
dnese! per acre.Ilerause comics. Aside Mrll McCuen and children, of Glenr Day by day hour by hour ceaselessly
the velvet bean i Is an Imand fron n convincing ,
St, visited ,
r and protein feed for t the produethe public of the nerioui stress of the Mary bE parents Mr. and ,this
portant Yet
MrR S. Y. StarllhRlown r:, several days last fight, your fight goes on. so
tion of beef situation It would tend f to bring the
oducts and
CEUI'f and dairy pr( ,
week, returning band >me Sunday.Mr.. I smoothly,surely and victoriously that you
; furnishes excellent white r foraging; prices for such material ci to more ,
'I M1'8. D. L. R:igby and baby of
I Ilia is for cattle. i reasonable! figures. Starke week ,unaware how close hunger :'.ways is, are
were -end visitors here
ooky. Because from two to two and a half I "There will be no opr 101.tunity for -Itobt. L. Crews 'of Hampton. spentils I as certain each night of tomorrow's meat
t pounds of velvet! bean In tine he pod will any of u* to store !rues of print
S be found equal! for milk pnone oduotion to paper against the pinch which Is to Sunday Mr. F. here M. Crews with b.-Mrs.parents II.,C.Mr.Wim.and I as-you are of tomorrow's sun.
oral a pound of bright cotton I seed ml'al.cotlle next October unlessto I we are able
berly visited friend Tuesis
friend This bulletin No. 1B2, e ntitled Vel. save it through econoe mica from the day.A.. Crews wa a at business Lawtey visitor- And so economically] is this done that the cost
vet Bean Varieties. will b, limited tonnage that will l I be I '
sent supplied
I'll"' L to Lawt'y R tunic ay. -W. M. Wim- I IIday to you for this service is less than three cents a
upon application to the 1 Experiment!: u* between now and that tll me.
"The left Wednes for Mulberry I pound of meat sold. The profit shared in by
.say Station Gainesville. I are" doing 1 1 their utmollt. where
.-i 'I They are not taking any larger ma- he hllll acct p,ted a position with I Ir more than 30,000 shareholders whose money

Mays 6> '" '.0'" <$> .f.j> gin of profit than other.I engaged in the Mulberry powei"Found plant. I II male;s the victory possible is only 9 fraction of a
ke ,G. a. ,i, industry or than we woul,d in the sumo I II I cent a pound on all products.
fry vi *. THE NEWSPAPER: CHI ITLOOK ." circumstances. Seven Rate Dead in Bin Next
,I war
011 S. 0 <* <,, 4. A. 4h <|> <" <* 4> V t, Per industry has a lion, parallel Robert Woodruff says: "My prcmis- I fight this fight in the best | ossibld, way; for aU
Few of the readers of tl he to the present one coi nfronted the
, Ben' : newspa- es were infested with rats. I triedend's concerned, the competition ot hundreds::! of other '
eke a per have yet come to real ire the pre- small daily and weekly p mpers of shies
.11 carious position of thin in dustrr and state who by their local!on thousands RAT-SNAP on fri recommenda- I packers, large and small, would compel us.
/ the anxiety felt by many publishers i of miles' away from the manufu.turtion.. Next morninkern g found seven dead
1.r an1 over the prospect which ia being fore-I ling centers of paper mill are un- rats in bin two min feed box. three-
Impto told by leading newspaper publishers able to secure the essary paper stall.. Found 1 1t It irge number: since.ratsRATSNAP.
who are making a sped il I study of stock on which to get ou their rcgu- No smell from dead I Swift & Compan;y U. S. A. I 'I

,eturn Conditions. I I/Ial' editions, while the fat rge and pros- dries them up. Bet it thing I have ever

aLafll The unfair criticisms now being Porous city dailies ares effecting used. Three size i, 25c, COc, $1. SoldD.
'1'ay'' heaped upon the newspaperbeen who have some instances, only sma,II economies, and guaranteed by C. Jones and J. -
the a forced to suspend iI1ntry j as well as which will have very lit.tle effect on !M. Mitchell .;
those which have 'been ceI impelled, to the' plight of their gmalle l' brothers-"

I and curtail the size and numb>er of their Gainesville Sun. I
Milllf pages, would be silenced i iLarks il f the ----.-- I'
ing public would, in justicepers to INTERESTING: : CLUB MEETING: SPRING FEVER

take at face value the rl'ad'i i mlllllllllllllllllli IIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII mIWI! IIIIIIIlmllllllillllllllllllllmlllmmpieces !/ !
- of these publishers who have County Agent J. O. Tn axler. assistFollowing Cold t, Grip er Flu,
-r. Caught In the whirlpool of rising pa. ed by State Boys Club Agent, R. W.
per prices and car shorting e. Itlalock. and Assistant State Boya Thin.. Watery or 'Poisoned Blood

The editor of the Sun, being, indis- I Club Agent, E. F. DeBui sk, held :four' CD1f Da.V.u.u!TINa MOTT.)
G E >oned today, the interesting .
l publisher is taking it meeting in Br adford coun- I - ---

.. upon himself to reprint a I long and ty during the past week. At this time of :year most peoplewe .
..JJ technical summary of theappearing i> situation, I The state agents brougl ht with them Buffer from what term springa ZIF1' small leave where rats travel.
In the current number of a stereopticon picture onn tfit' and with fever" because of stagnant con. No mi xing with other food. Cats or

the Editor and Publisher, I IS the hope i the pictures shown demo nstrated they dition of the blood 1 I. because of the Ziff, Apri il 9.-Rev. J. W. Wood dogsgular von't touch it. Safest, cleanest,
that the fair-mindedness of the reader club work in such a wa as to con- toxins ( poisons ) itored up within !Mlod his r<>( appointment! at Desurest rat and mice killer. 8 sizes, 25c

- will protiducepow junt appreciu the ution of the vince members the agricultural that and i I animal 1 club the body during 1 the: long winter. dan aturda:y and Sunday. 50c, $1. Sold and guaranteed by D. C.

:-a industry facing newspaper the proper lines they to fit were th i icmselves' working for on | We eat too muchor meat, with little Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard, of Jonessed i and J. M. Mitchell.-Adv.

Mr. Jason Rogers publii slier, of the I successful men and womereCOlIlIizl'd ''n. no green veget Abies. Bellamy, pat through our burg <
- New York Globe, is The first meeting was held at Mil- Bloodless peep]Ie, thin, anemic Friday enro,ute to Lake Butler to
throughout the profession a,a one of its ler school house Thursdonstructive ay at eleven people, those with pale cheeks and spend a few days with her parents, 41. .

- most conservative and c< o'clock where the club nrollment to- lips who have a poor appetite and Mr and MrsGeorge Bud Varnes. -You Des More Work, %
newspaper men. The folio wing Is an tals 12 in number and w here 45 peo- feel that tired. wn or feverish R!'Vera and sister, Onie, of You
are i I more ambitious and
interview which he in you get more
t to a pie were attendance. The second
repre- Long
of Bridge, spent Easter with ,
condition in the s ring-time the acre enjoymblood ent out of everything when
cntative of the Editor and I Publisher: meeting was held at Li the Springs youri
school house year,should try the;.I refreshing tonic their aunt, Irs. J. W. Lewis. i i I in good condition. Impurities In ,
"Unless some very radi cal: step is on .the sameo'clock day at two of a i alterative and J. B. Then nas and daughter Rhoda the bilK xl have a effect
ill goo very depressing on
I ,
the enrollment
taken the p. m., ::
by her
newspapers I the largor Cowers
ten and there was 30 pie in uch; a tonic as made a busirday. less trip to Starke Satur.the sys tern causing weakness, laziness
cities of the fi the peo
country, :' cur.
nervousQROVI mess and sickness ;
dance. The third a.druggists I Iin have soliis J for fifty years :
tailment of the line of, print: paper, the meeting: was held ; .S
whole industry of newspap!'er making Vanderbilt schoolhouse Friday at Dr. Pierce's Gol den Medical DisMr.. and Mrs.[ J. W Lewis and sons restores i Energy TASTELESS and Chill TONIC ;
will suffer an annihilating shock next 10 o'clock a. m. and the fourth meet- covery. It is a standard! remedy were in Wal do Thursday shopping and E Vitality by Purifying
riching the Blood. feel
Fall which only those who are provirive. ing at Raiford school use the same that can be obtai ned in tablet or A crowd of folks you
dent from now on will IIUI'V"Car day at 2 p. m. At the tter meetings liquid form. Maui!; ,e without alcohol the hunt young : attended bas k I ngthening, invigorating effect see i
egg!: ; at the home of Mr. and brings color to tbe cheeks and how
shortage t III at the base of the the enrollment is ten an d seventeen, I I from wild roots a nd barks. Imp -
___ present difficult" in mnnuf*. ... of respectively, and a .srooraot I tttlfniluniA, _. Mrs. J. W. Lewis Sunday. tn ?" the_ PP'tite.'ou! will then
;newsprint; and ;getting' it from mills;; ; to was reported.. i Golden.N.UIRMINGHAM.AL4.-Medical DiHcovei.-.. .Dr..ll' L. R. Gainey and Sam Mott attend. "GROVE'S I'k'i opiate tee true tonic value.ry .
certainlyseated TASTELESS Chill TONIC
the newspapers, and was BO acute Mr. Traxler is planning to', give each a good medicine for deep'- colds ed the egg hunt Sunday evening. l Is not a patent medicine. It Is simply t+4
when I was in Canada that I wired of his agricultural clubs the benefit of and as a tonic I have found l it to be IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup.
every daily newspaper publisher In the seeing these pictures at themeetings ir regular all that could be deli pd. For the One's So pleasant even children like It. The ;(
United States to exert his utmost influence this month and is receiving last forty-five years, 'Oe olden Medical Neighbor's Burden. blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON
to force the railroad to return the assistance and co-operat'ion: of the Discovery' and 'Pleasantdertaking. Pellets' have If a little fairy should appear and to Enrich it. These reliable tonic properties -
empties," continued Mr. Rogers, state workers In his un been used' in my flonm, f'pen tor in my boy make visible the loud every mortal car never fall to drive out Impurities In
"Car shortage, while \particularly These meetings are always opublic to the hood days my moths r used these ries. Borne startling discoveries would the blood.
exasperating in such situation as and everybody im rited. He remedies of Dr. Tierce's and no other result and our sympathies and charity The Strength-Creating Power of GROVES
the present, with possible production states that during the seas'on he will'' medicines! were ever nil only about 75 per cent of the inordinate plan for many meetings of this kindirricultural long as she lived. She I had none but the favorite tonic in thousands of homes.
demand of our newspapers, only and hopes to encourage a{ the highest' praise for th adds to the confusion of those among development among those Bf mature my own experience\ wit!h Dr. Pierce's Rata Pass Up All Other Food For would ride a long distance years to get GROVE'S
us dependent on hand to mouth as it age as well as the club mem be rs, Golden !Medical' Discov ery, for colds One Meal of Rat-Snap" TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
were' delivery from mill to pressroom. At one of the meetings held .last I and tbe Pleasant Pellet 8 for biliousTheir first' meal of RAT-SNAP is member of their family had Malaria or
I "The mills are suffering the tortures week plans were made for i an all day ness these medicines constipation deservi, I the know that their last Kills in few minutes. Dries needed a body-building, strength-giving

of the damned in trying to procure picnic( dinner on the grou'nd, to be'' praise that I can cive.h ."9-KD. EBWXM highest, up the carcass. Rats killed with RAT. tonic. .The formula Is Just lie same today -
coal and other supplies, and of held next month and you ran feet li from VJft
\ many at whic: several No. 2518 Twentieth Ave nue. SNAP comes in cake form. Break into any
tore 60c
. i I per bottle. -




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FRIDAY. ArRIL 9_ ., 1120 .... ... .... ....___ ____ _ _
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' BKOOKERIJrooker. -

April 0.-Elder If eyes, of Why Have It's dollars

Gainesville preached at the Adv..ntMr.

rh church Saturday and Sunday, Springi Fever? .
and Mrs. G. B. Colson and MISIHawls a Mary I

motored to Starke T h tursday.A'ho I = = to doughnu ts--
-Sarah Kelly of New River, ,. has i WHY WORRY: mm AND) GET !

teen visiting here, returned me SatNOT: IIING DONE. JUST HEI.OOD _

urday. -Mrs. I.. M. Hazen md son, CAUSE=" 10UR HI IS no man ever a ioked a better .tor
+ Marvin were attending to bus'iness in .SLUGGISH101It " : -
Starke 'ednt'sday.Mr." and )Mrs. C.ouglass. ,I _! IT cigarette at any price! I==

Robert and niece, Mattie D ,
of Aluchua, spent the weekerwith here IU.OOII NEEDS STRENGTH-:. i

relative -Mrs. S. J. K illy] was I EMNO ae CAMELS quality, and heir expert blend _--

attending to business! in Starke i Friday I I Turkish and i choice Domestic t Cdrette
-Mrs. II. S. Warren wax! on t the sick h
list Friday and Saturday.-J. A. I PEOPLE WONDERFULLY:. NOWADAYS:TAKE THAT tobaccos hand you a C1AEFFrrrn'r that will sat- F,;

Douglass with his Don and daughBLOOD, TONIC.MANGANMUK isfy every smoke desire you ever expressed.
PEPTO- :rat
Mrs.ter Russell S. Damptha and Victoria and ,daugh and J Mr.iter,and of :. ) lull'G- rya You will prefer this Camelkind :I blend to either .. )j

Alachua, passed through out burgred GIST HAS smoked straight! allyphc

Sunday cnroute to Stai'ke. -Ften l Ha.Friday. .
was a visitor to StarkeA ] :
pound party was given at the I| Really, isn't it foolish> to lie handle Camels mellow-mildnes 5S will certainly Info

home of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. V. AndreuSurren capped for weeks in th Spring, just appeal to you. The "body", is all there, and :r
Saturday niR'ht.Mr. II. C. I because your blood is fillI'foot' upgish that !
cy and daughter Mrs. P. M. Ha I The glorious Spring days'! You smoothness a I delight: ) I 1 tahat:i t

J are visiting; relatives in Pla City ought: to enjoy them, 3 3n in stead of feelleep .

this 'I'l'k.Mr. II. S. Warn, was ing unhappy and half asl( -just too I t. Go the limit with Camels il I They will not 0tClta0l
shopping in Starke Monday. -H. C. tired out for ; tire
Surrency anything You ought: a your taste. And, they 1 leant no unpleasunpleasant -
spent Sunday with clativesriven
to be
finding new vigor 1 for work Mot
near Starke.A fifth fry was ;, at in the Spring '" rvRtusx lil oslssTC cigaretty aftertaste nor i ciga- '
New River alr..pep'l'I'8'nt enthusiasm ALrND I
Friday. Those i' 1es
happiness. etowwA rree i retty
were :Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pin holster, 'agototes

Jr., Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazcn.J III'' and Rut you can't, .beoausis e your blood ,

Mrs. C. W. Colson Mr. and M II';. w clogged with poison; s. For long Just compare Camels ,with any cigaprice Pratt

Crews und children, Mr, and I 1 Mrs. I.: months it has had too Ii ttle fresh air' rette in the world at / aa p
W. Pinholster, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. T. C. and has fought off many' germs. And any lftc

Hazen, Mr. and Mrs. Dave D ikes, ofColson it now has heat niakinthat ,! red t
Alachua Jno. Colson Mrs. D. properties Camefe are sell everywhere in .oinrin>af/y .rod trod
are not needed in w;arm weather ,...h .* nf 3O nfuntttmm .
and 1 ; or ton nrA jf* .IUO
children Mrs. I. L. Collii!ns and Don't work under ,.,..."..) in m glass(n. orrrf emftnfty ,'on. put
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. V. A.ndreu, a ha indicnp', when} w. ." roommnff this carton Air the ,t home Lnotl
0 Mr. and Mrs. Allen Green, Mrs I. S. it isn't necessary at al 11. Clear ujRive > I or air.* supply or whmn you travel.of .

a' Colson and children Mrs. F. ColsonWard your sluggish blood. ( it' h.lp. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. WI"on-li.1.m, N G mitt
und daughter Misses Thelma Get some of that fumouHer is: blood puri-I s oar

i Clara Cone, Lubodin I'inholste 1', Lola and tonic PeptoMaPeptoMangun : I Irl 'Wt

rene Hazen, Mary Howls Rita' is use, by laps'Milt
Ward Mana Andrews Inez Ahe rnathy duns everywhere. Youlenour ph'II-1 !
IvfpHRTfl. .Tnn. Iinllfilcf T.imin; __.1 .,_.. .,...._ : 'mi MIHI any uruK more in tooth<<'r liquid or
Marvin Hazen L.: :J Pinholster.: They tablet form isrtuv.d
just as you |prefer. There
report a nice time and plenty of fish
and other good things to eat. .-L. A. Is no difference in medit linal value. !J. I.

Brown was out looking after t t the "tel- Make certain that you get the gcn- /arksLake

ephone lines Monday. -U. W. 'Hayt's. nine Pepto-Mangnn. A siiturday l k for Gude's

of Starke, was in our town !Sa;; "Pepto-Mangan" and see that the h. i

electioneering. He is a C'andidtax ;ate for name "Glide's" is on thi )package. ptatkxri

r eollretor.111'. Crawford, 'of AlaAdv.. Ila '
(1 chua. spent the week-end here vith his las';
cousin Abe Crol
of Gainesville will fill his regu lar apSunday- tives.: Charlie Cone, Pine Hill W

,) pointment next Saturday and i i was in our town Sunday morning. -
at the Missionary Baptist chui rch. Mrs.' Linda So well erlct rtythird her slxf Ity
< Little Iris Brown entertainedof a fewiturday birthday Sunday with a din-
her friends and relatives Sa ner. Lots of friends i i and relatives _
afternoon with an Easter exit hunt were present to celebrateand the occasion .l .

After the finding and eating of the wish her many hap>'py birthdayswere PIS II

.eggs several interesting game''S' were to come. Those present Mr. and 1111.01flare
enjoyed by all those present whAlwyenne. 10 were Mrs. L. Sowell of Bro ker. Mr. and "/

)Evelyn and Madalei ne Ha- Mrs. H. Sowell and ehildlor.t'an. n-n, of Cooler ones:
zen, Mildred Cone Mildred M Pond. Mrs. J. Nipper i and baby of' --- -- wasDeputy

Iris Brown, Clifford Jr., Fury:is. Au.N..wb'rry.- Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Oxteen, HONOR ROLL mMr. HOOKER[) SCHOOL BOND 'I R JSTlmSIIESUEU: : Clark. t the
brey Evan and Emory Hazen, Ressie Mr. and Mrs.' C. Roberts and Mrs. FOR 1I 1\.1AKCII, D. K.: KNU.IIT.Hiillcltur f re
Colson and Artford Brown. _MissesShriver P. M. Barefoot, Mr. and 1 I Mrs. D. W. First Grade-P'('art Galnr Ina (or Cvmplalnant. 4-S-H-4-BO llrht
Beadle Croft and Marguerite S;; Hazen Mrs. J. Surrency and children Brown Ivan Hazen.i, -MIU Eunice Ha- Lake Butleover March 30.--In looking tae Ert
entertained their school of Graham Mrs. Tiercy, teacher. the Tpl4amar graph of last week I noUHIIF.K t FOR IMtnilCATION teen
pupils Friday r Roberts E. zt'n.
In Circuit I'ttuJuiholal State of Florida, Klxhthi.
afternoon with an egg hunt. _Mrs. I. W. Carter Inez Abernat thy: and Mat- Second Grade Lence Lewis, Clar- tlced a wise, f
W. Pinholster Jr., spent Mondrelatives tie oullasll.G.: B. ColGodwin son is having Morgan. Be sale, Colson, Alvin trustees of 1 One in the way 014101'"

at Pine Hill. -Roy his Delco light system put in this Hazen, Arabella, Kelly, Josephine they handled I I the bond Issue. At pres- Comiilalnant.IIUNT1. HUNTS,., p a

who spent last week in Jacks'onville, week. -M. 1'. Matheny r motored to Chesser J. D. Russ. ent it looks a!! if there was any bonds we 1 oflve'
was in town Monday afterno con Starke Friday afternoon Third GradL'--Tt ilcdo Gainey. sold it is t lie wrong time to use the MA('CIF ::11. [I '
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Eubanks fLake -- -'-1 - Fourth Grade:Lois Galney.-Miss Defendant. fOn.
o material
II ubor and are so
as .
money, It flppw.rlnr IMil Icold atTlilavIt appended to (he
City and children are visiting at the IRON QUININE:. AND MAGNESIAids :. =" Marguerite Shrive] teacher high we w soon use the money Writ In the above stated came that pe.I''
home of the laltd'a Barents: Ir.:[ andmister Fifth Grade-O pal Hazen. Macel'1. llunUT. the defendant: thitrwln named la '" Ti
have roads for it. I will speak
Mrs. E. L. Crosby. --Jno. Pm The Triumt Irate That I n. Colds La- Sixth Grade(live Kelly.-MissOra and no i a room l dent I ofthink tlievala ,a State of Florida, and con b ml,
for I[ the gentlemen actoing herself, I that if
Miss Bediu Croft teach myself, o> procima auhlHwiia can bw j I
Mary Rawls and Mrs. r
P. i S. Col-
Grippe and Malay aria not In* MrviMl 'uiKin her, and la over the
son were in Lake Butler) Mon Seventh Gradela -< Rita Ward E1liss I- andw in cl what they have done site of twenty' .. years I vend I It U thorwtat its II
Mrs. J. Surrency and children, e of Gra- G.- Mae Hazen. \! Media Croft, I furlof her request that the bond ft.rv ordcrvd u, nald non-rtmlilunt dvfitndantl Coy t,
ham spent Sunday hero with re latives Colds, I,a I Malaria don't teacher. trustees I District i Two act likewise, .Iw arid u> hvn.l bto required to apN| >ar to the m II

_.u.... .11.. . ,,... .. ...,. .D...._...'..'.... '''00 last lontr. once 101 Tonic gets on their Eighth Grade-Alva. Thomas. E. and I forth want to if there !in hill vt <''imilalnt| :. filed In said caiiiw on or t I** ar0
I ',' ,. .. '- : say (or* MondHy the Snl day of Mar, A. D. 1t.0. .
visitor ; our burg Sunday.::::"ji;:. C. I trail. Dr. Williams l 1!101 Tonic is W. Carter teacher, any thing t that the board of county otherwise the alterations: : ot aid bill will Iwil t

Edwards end Miss Eva Edwards of made up of Iron Qumii!ne an'111! gJoned. Ninth Grade-ottie Gainey, Inez commissionerany can do or help do at tnlifn It ism;urthcr eunftiiM* hy Maid that di this.(cnilnnt.onlitrvd order. li. pub atel
Old Bradford were in town Saturday nesia, properly proport That Abernathy, LouisePinholster Hazen Lubedia time to help to adjust this mat- llnhfd one a w**>k for four *oneuuvllrailford boa

afternoon IohopplrMr., Lynn and lombination will beat an ly cold. Qui- -E. W. Carter, teacher. tcr we are utOKDFK all times ready to do su.Respectfully weeks :In. the , County Tcli'iiraph aIootied lie I I,
sisters of Gainesville, fended services nine kills the disease nf>wnpar r sub In fluid County and State fool
gen ms, Magnesia
Till. March itwi'110. 1V0.!! h. I II
here Sunday. -It. A. Weeks clears the body of its! poisons Iron C. A. ROBERTS. W. T. WEICKS.
spent Thursday in Jacksonville on strengthens the blood. (f8..1/l Clerk; Circuit: (:Ju.... fader
business. -The Masonic lodge met II, C. A. KNIUHT rt
No wonder Dr. Williarin ms' 101 Tonic ,...
afternoon FOR riHtl.lCATIONlourt. IMputy CI. In a
Saturday At the usual hour.
so universally I ,popullogical lar. It's there In Circuit <: Hint of. Florida!:I Klulilh A. 7.. ADKIN.S.Hollcltor t pL,
J. demons
E. and HOI, Alvin. were fur Complainant. 4--6-4-IO
".. ml Circuit t. Bradford ..lint". In ('han-
visitors to Ptarke treatment and m) and more
Saturday. -Mrs.. E. KeepDo We"r -- t"OI
M. Hazen was shopping in Starke on folks are finding it out 1"very day. l.ry.. DYE. OIt1IF.In ,e FOR PUBLICATION' l'

Monday.Sam Baxter, of Tampa 25c and 60c bottles for sale at your Complainant: > , CMreult (411: ., Hint of Horlila. F.hh' --.
spent the week-end here with r'la- drug stole.-Adv.-4 not allow theundigested ANNIE. nVK.irfpnilnnt.. I Judicial ('Irelili.j"T I. liradford County. In Chan iE

poisons of | I MIT('IIRI.t;: .. J/
-- food to a cumulate In It ., by Affidavit .iiircnrM tn the Complains '
h'll .4Irflow Motive stated CHUM that Annie / >-
your bowels,,, where they *
are a isorbedsystem. 1 Into liyp, Urn;: rti.r.>n your Mlilt.nt of thniililint w Mat of 1'lor.dn./ and she \\m MI 1 far
Ind!iReslian.conadache arc fat I rburn State of .....,,,1.. and It .". ,"' ; I I Ih ly affidavit apiwnilt'd. tA the ,. '
eiipation, heii' bad \\m over the ear cifurr twenty-one year t it U thcrwAt 1 II 111.. arlnvhe r ,i ahovn stated' cauiifi that Mar* lion,
a :!: blood another d I numerous ortli>nil tare said nin-rt.nldi'nt dindnnty V. Mllclii-ll thoncin fvnilant. therein. named 'Ina of ,
trouble;* bound IM and IH hirt: I h; required to appear to the hill .rriililcnt. i>( ,the into cif Klorlila./ and the
; of complaint .on or before Mondiiy the flrd rreidenor or w hereatKiitt* or defendant. la un* tetm
to follow. Keep your day l or Muy. A. f>. Jl'20. ithtTWHIr the .11.-.... known and la ,over the au. of twonlyona o tai ,
system cleanands I. as thous- tltinN of amid bill| will .lt.. taken as eonfiimrd I yours It In U,erefnm said non
!l of of ers, do, by \by amid defend*,!nt. .hl."t defers.,; Its: : t'i..1 ::.t" riHiulrwle pre'
It In furthrrvd cirdf>rvd th.11,1., ord.>r I">, I to appear to hill of ciminla, nt DM In laid W.r
':l.;i\' ; -- taking an oc raslnnal dose I "" .ono a week file four c..n.*tcutlvflIlrndford rauiw on or 1 InfrMuy ,.* Monday, the 17th day of me,,
f r.r It"-- of the old. re:eliable vel"k.!: In the I Inrwnfnpr County Tvlerrnph. A. II. lad tn, ntlierwln the alleuatlona of Ch,
,: )..f. r etable, family, liver mcdi- pod Ilithi'd In amid county und . aid Mil willm\ taken aa ennfepaetl liy said
.i ? cine. This March HI. 1020. ilffcndant.It. (I''tum
&: \ ". W. T. WEEKS: .1 la further ordered that this arils ba puWiek i1.1144
'A (Hen)) Clerk Orriitt: Court.Hy llnhifd once a for Blunt coniuHMitlva weskit >
DISCARDE D ThedfBlackE ford'sfraught C. A. KNIGHT. In the 6radfnIh ,iCounty\ Teleirranh.. a "..-- k.
|, Clerk |'afMr itiihllnlHtd. In maid county and Mtat*. "n
I 1 A. H rngWA14ne'lor This March It,, mo.: heed
5 DANGERO'mel US far, Complainant 4-2-8-4-10. W. T. WEEKS. I of I
t ,1-- SEAL,) fly Clerk C. A. Clr-ull KNIGHT.Court. .nlor

i OKIK: r FOR PUBLICATION! Deputy Clerk. 'Fl'S': I'
I In Circuit. ('nui-l. State Cal salivates! It's mercury Calomel 'I Judicial Circuit. llrailr ord l County In ('h.". furNOTKF. Cnn".I.ln.nt.IG.US.U. .. ,:'

J'), Aftt acts _lik_t c A dynamite__. t.d--.. on, ,.a...onw.sluggish..., ,. ......Uh...liver. ... .When..:t1.... ..... ft. ,Mm.,,W..,}'. Pickle, _()f..,.. I r.ry.FLORA('umplslniini t'LYNI t.. I I I All iMtVTMinM TO IIPIITOItH,-..1........ ... AND.t.. _CRKrilTOKSll.l. ,_.- n' K4___ ....optl.. Mil
.. .. .. . ... -- -
.V. I "v. .v v. JV'" "' .. '"K rawnua.. Wrllell II,,.... ";;' iJ I"tod'd, ; o-;;; toda.

crashes into it, causing cramping and nausea."W have used Tl1ed1'F:1'hrrwndrnt.t.KR H.YNN. I I I I, paid ., deeeaMeil.. ar* ....Q"'d to -pay their b M..
ford'c iilack>Uraught as debts. forthwith and all petitionsovine .
l mpo '.si affidavit atipended to the clalnifl wsai net Maid u ahall mOl
a family medicine. My 6111It nethe I file the flam*,
filed In above atated cauae that duly' authenticated., with. .rnn,
, I mother-in-law could not 1'eter Flynn the defendant therein, named. INI within undersigned.,.... aneeuUir -
Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead anyear from data .t. or strip
, take calomel as It seemed /I I a non-rnldent of the HtaU of Florida, and they will It* forever .larrdThla
j too strong for her, so she I ... I. a resident of the ('I'" of Wllmfnirton. 21th day of February.: "). MssIf I
, eel bilious and without ranking lick used North of th* l/nlteil states, and laI H. her,
, you headachy, con- you you UlackDrauqhtasamild I ,canon J. HfKWART.
II f It In
over twenty-n* Years there. .
rtipated and aD knocked out, Just go just go back and get your money laxative ana liver ( form ordered that Raid non-realdi defendant. ) E MUlor. t '
I, If take calomel today regulator . We use it he and !. herehy required to appear to the -
to your druggist and get a bottle of you youTbe In( the family and believe I ..III..r complaint III dln said. cause on or .... NOTICE TO liFRTOK AND 'RF.I'TfJIC8 ITA"
[i Doda OD'a Liver Tone for a few cent, sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides ills the best medicine for for Monday, the Srd day of May A. (J, l>2n.1 i All persona tndvhtd. to the *.tal* of "'ra. ",
salivate while If otherwise" the alienation of said bill will |M> IfvaU'r Wynn. lat of Bradford County. fl.ip*
which i U a harmless vegetable substitute may you, the liver made. Try It taken. aa confessed by Maid, defendant. Ids, dw. ....c!. ar. regorea.d to par thaI amid' icon
you take Dod otl'l Liver Tone you 'Insist on the centime- I It la further ordered that thin order. be nuh- ( dwbta forthwith and all'! prnwin bovine .1.1.... line t
for dangerous calomel. Take will wake feeling great, full of Thedford's. 2x t pack t I..h.. ... once a week for four consecutive seminal said estate shelf| file)' the ..m., duly runt,
up E-75 tn the Bradford county Tvlevraph. a I authenticated, with the gliders small admlni
and if I It doesn't. start age. a I..k. t
a spoonful aro/bltlon' and ready for work or play .."'.r published. In call. County and Ht."' I trator with n on* Year from data hereof or .
your' liver and straighten you up It k> harmless, pleasant ujd safe U This March 20th, 1V20. T. will loa forever t,arr,,d. f nil.:t
W. WEEKS jlh"r hi. 27th day of February, 1D20.
better and quicker than nasty calomel give to children] they like It. I! Dealt Clerk Circuit: Court. A. M. WIIM.IAMI. i'.
Hy C. A. KNIGHT, -/* . Administrator, ,I. I N


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&Tm. SE!7YLt1'lC1riof ll nlreau.. of fill t>pe IaT'"S: 3f1fid7rWf1lblTilsTAO-' : 'Rtmtr. -Jill

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_ _ PRIDAVAPRIL R, 111211

Count" Her for District No. 21! J. U UNDERHILL

A-nator -- -- --- it no 12[. 00 I .ad l7nd"es'a nation). I |.remise duile La".1 I-
= :: Anno
: Poliitcal uncements t
County Teleg rapliin forpromentative =_- 10:HO asupvr. 1440 th.' w.111 ,or to dischanre. the FOR cot ITNTT COMMISSIONER DI8T. N. |
of Registration 7.20 I 160 .70 the Office' t.o the bo. 01 my .blilly. I lorriel,y announce myaelf a candidate for the
CommlMionvn I BO\ 2 I 100I: 6 60a FOR STATE 6 ENATOR J. M. ] !. office "I''County Commissioner for District No.idford
- _. -- County 1.m candidate for 81'late for tho I County and ]Promise that It
: a Bn
:: <: School' Board 4 60\ 2 I 00 so se"Itz

- oMinhed Weekly, solid entered a, aec- C.justice
'."n..l- iflSUlltc. firrat County Surveyor--- -- : _: zoo: j 100 ..00 _A. Z. .DKINIL Lake fbitler mindlate I .p.'full"i It 1'. I... solicit the support of the
l_ than MM 01 r the citisens "f the district voter at the ensuing primary.
not votes
Candidate must qualify' twenty 8 senator for the. tot cit the
1 candidate for I. W. I'INHOISTER. PR.MBER .
Florida.; a
n darn prior to the date for holdinir 1 I In* primary/ Fifteenth Ii.trlet.. which embraces Bradford at the June priori ry/ cb ctvm. 8. M.
The flint matrmrnt. or camnaiimuni ,rn' ..xHnseaie and lll anprcclatIifmocratio the' support, Of : SCHOOL BOARD DIST. "
= = County, % myt COD MMI88IONER HIST. No. I FOR MEI No. 1
he filed with the clerk of tt courl not rOlc COUNTY
fIN wnrf. countrymen/ a< the, Jine "covers. , that I .... I.m. candidate for re-rlortiun aa a momber
and am a "dld".1
ndilor Vice
= MATI1IKWS.. more than BO nor less than 2B day s before the xwlGHT: Thl..1II .nnou of Public InMtruetion
,. ColFGROTIP winner for District No. S. I ol the O mnty board fur
date of holdinir the primary. The second "- far Coun'
the of the voters! District 1 1ctlon No 1. If I am rc-rWted will coneffort .
ft merit must Im filed not more than 11 nor leas ,' ONE 1..Uulll' .ohcltI support .
FOR the inteiH-fftK
serve ifly.
held In June tinue <
be my
KMALLER FORM than 8 day. praerd nK the date of I t Lhe primary.Lcmenta I hereby announce that i iRcprMcnlative .m a candidate for .t the primary' t.Islature. to DOWUNfl. 1, C. POWELL
8. T. 1 the court
Failure to file rllhir of three .tal" will In the I via Group No. 2.upport !-
The Teletiraiih !Ia compi.llf d to api"1week ar this disqualify a candidate and Ma nan i cannot be I respect. fully not elt the Pat of the vot..r.I..tlnn. candidate forty ME:MBEH BCHOOI. BOARD DIST. No. I
occur In creased nix owinir to the fs ict that printed on the ....lIuta.r. the coming primary. el l I hereby annouJ. nee Commissioner myself a for district FOR This ..rill announce that I am a candidate!
... 01 Coun
the office
unable to print paperKKUlar ourorinninr __ BLACKWELDER.
secure" JOHN
we are the ...1 l lat ,ortlon aa a member of the Countyporous
- form. For a time after the bei,( No. B , .n d l-awley'), subject to 00for re

of the news print famine I able to aeiut This will announce to the citizens of the Lien of the voters. the commademocratic f-. lIu.rd ."f. Instruction solicit the from volee Dlttrlct of the .No.prctfully ..
ESS :3.-i': faithful and < ,11.
CLASSIFIor ]ED If timtefully d I iiromls I. I. '
t primary.
now for ;
book of the I randlitlve into I..p..nt. ,
care paper county am a forlheominR
fi the
and able . ficient service In the Inu...., of both my disnty I mens of II county t /
- this supply haH been exhausted we a ire In Croup; 1. I twined' .oloclt the @UP. I respectfullyof 1'. M. IPADGEK
in the else used f this the di-mccratic. Prima" to trio And the. call at large. :
-I to Kit l>aiMr only port; cf the voter at B. J. I1OSIKK1MMIS8IONEH .
we* k'a edition. be hold in June. CIt !lA8. H. I'EIiISTER. solicit. the oupportRepresentative the voter. that I am a candidate
!!led but ADVERTIS!:NG[ I announce
We have a supply of paper ordered FOR COUNTY C' DIST. No. 4 for m.ndo H'r of the Board of Public, Instruction
the strikes In loot ton for la
hat been tied up by .m a candidate If
I eluctvd
apt to the office let No.2. promise to
re-election Dixtrismitorter
for for
weeks and at this time It l> tin certain N... 1. and retreat jolly solicit the .01>- I.m
past, ONE rb.M x WORD FOH FA crr Ignt1; G..UI. COMM for District No.4. faithfully dlMrhariie the duties of the office.
del whim It will reach u>, but It la hopedntll .f file voters .1 the 0,timing primary eleeOf I COunty
JUKI CAHII IN AhVANCGAilvrrtiMemeMui port "I1..k..' cncumbenry' of the office I .nd ..erv.I *I the county at lari to file trot of myI
that It will, be only a short time now u we tlon. If elected I rinimimedvrtfivermetst to servo the county
ere Innerttd yndermui.1 this head used ml' lies rndeavon, In In'half of th..bllll", i i.untl' rolioctfully solicit your votra at the
can resume our regular form. In the meanWe Na' ex"fully slid faithfully In .n effort to start the record >. In Jun>. J. O .DENNIBO1
be paid In adtanee. aifnr district and the coAloture. and hope my Primary Flection _
Induliie are toward I Iat to n..lnlr .tate taxes .
time we auk our reader to u> pr..nt tendency
,mil doing. the brat we can In a wry tryingthin. altua- : one- inftcrtlnn accepted for 1
, l'e FOR SALE-Horse and bug 11. L. candidate' for member of the County
PEPUFARNTATIV: TWO I hereby .nnoun IM, that I am a candidate' for if m8dncm 1'ubllc Instruction! for District' No.
hac SAVE GASOLINE:; : Stevenson Staike. 4-::9-3l. I FOR h"n'bl' announce my,stiff a eandidato In County Celmml..lo.n ,nor for Pl.lriet No. 4. I'rom- respectfully solicit the vote of the
--- 1.ln" c.nrul atten Ion to the duties of the of.ciu..n. district at the primary. election.
G..up Two for nnmln.tI.of .,. f.. th' office or of the
SALEA II.. If I .m elm'..... I rmpoctfully solicit J. D. "* TEK.FRAWBERRY .
FOR few loads stable fterrerentative In the Left"Islature from 1111rad. In June.
cal When' gasoline was fifteen e(ntH a I the ... "f "P.rt or the "0'o 'ten at the coming primary.
ford County. Florida.I oubJ i.ret to art n
d, V gallon only, autoihts wore IB the i hab- fertilizer. J. W. White. 4-2-2t the: Democratic Primary I be held June Rlh. .

"ity it of flopping their engines forWh' even 920. 1 respectfuliv .01l.It the ..upml'or A I.t. SALE

very short waits. Now when itthiitythree "OSt8'I' FOIL SALK-Uetween 600 and 1200 com".tla voters and It elected.. promise S' PLANTS FOR

,eel' : centh a gallon, fidrivers -\w head of itock cattle. App); to R. J. faithful and conscientiousy EV'oervirea.ERETT M. JOHNS 'Missionary and 1 Klondyke. $4.50 per 1,000; 40 other varieties to select from

: ever think of stopping their Andrews Dukes Fla. 4-.2-6t. -. Now if want somethingand
, i engines unless they intend to w,ait atthe I This "III announce to t h.. eltiviens of lI..d. including the gandlilute treat: new borry, "HORSEY. order with you Hall. His plants

nd "lf'ant fifteen minutes before they ... filed .nllnly that I .m a c for Ropn- true to name I something good place your
last ; i WANTED-Honey. Send 1e I lwo-ounee mititative In .roup 2. IfCra..ker : : will I all of state and have been for the past
again. This l in another form o, I put forward every possifil, ::riI'oleIJp: the are grown ext cnsively in parts your

extravagance that pervades thflit nnI| sample to Jacksonville onnecempary expenditure o,r routine mongtvilind 12 ycoarB Se nd your order to the Strawberry Plant SpocWwt. Agent I;

lion. The gasoline that Is cons luniod Works, Jacksonville, Fla. _4-9-4t_ the .nUnnal salaries to raising of n''ur office-state wanted for th,,1s I district. J. KEIFFORD HALL, HHODESDALE, MD. ''hd
--- tiny
.. III thus uAclesiily runs into millio nfl of unn..j'orse AMEli REYN'OI.OS.

her gallons. every
ever on the increase end this mule. See Frank Peterson' one mile :.OR COUNTYhouse. JITIIGt '
I -- -
l.m a ..ndillat. for on Only judge .f Brad.annonnee
north from Starke school It '
BOIl of gasoline, it will not be long I.fore ford county and hereby m" candl.ney -

the price will roach fifty cents pe r (talt ---- drier In the coming priv June A. 1920.y .
igh I when it be hud l Having lived in file count: all "f mv life and C:; ENERAL INSURANCE
who Ion. or cannot a any FOR SALE-500 bushels of f ood corn, :I.emed: 1 It in a Public:: wnV for several years. I

price.Car. $1.60 perSlaike bushpl Frank Morgan, i f..1 that I can .ITi.I.'ntll' perform the dutim
owners owe it to them:nclvesMany I Fla. 4-2-tt of ahl' office. I solicitdemocratic the support or all. thc" t-1AROLD C. WALL
a v and] the public to save gasoline I Voters Anil it 0 '" Promise f..lth.R.
ful and conotch-vitioup servi R. A. GREEN.f .

.sint a v own automobiles and it l is nut only right for pleaRake that sure'athey CROSS TIE CUTTERS 1 Write for I hereby annnun"Jurdnrye"'oouring -;;;;;;:;I Ies a candidate for the- STARKE FLORIDA

.houil", Just because they cnn no iw, af- prices and ship your ti, of all office or Countl' ,f Bradford Count.
grades Cress Manufact Co. t'I..ld. and on account .of my health I will
I'an ford it, or for the hake of Having themfluid not be able to make an a olive campalvit and FIR I LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE:
he Selves a little work. waste this Jacksonville, Florida. S-5-20-1yP will urratly: appmeclute an y favom my friend. ,

for the detriment of the indu,stiieu can ON m. I .IIlt IJlln" our support In the.
".Im...,.. a..p..lfulIgs I" T. J. DEKLE
' that cannot fret along without"I gOHO- FOR SALE-Registered pi ; lour
Poland China boars
to 4 mos. old; five
I boa hemby announce mire.If a candidate for '!
LYCEUMATTRACTION TO MOR.lJuroc Jersey sows and fl ve n, th! office: of Clerk of thasonable 9 Circuit Court ofto "

. I now KVKMNtt 4 to 6 mop. old; prices re! ; Bradford county. subject the of the
a t the coming prima." June Sth. I sp.Is .
inspection invited. Col leg:e of Agpirmiate:: : : the duties of th, Im..rtant 0" e..

,Friowo "The McCordu an intciextir, ly. riculture A. W. Leland, 1 Farm I Su- but feel that I .m qll.lIl1",01 to dincharme them.fore. .
IK .
linvinat l mrrved the public b. the voters at.
day eeum attraction will be at the high prrintendent, Gainesville, 1"Ia. 2-6-tf well able to judge an to mlico II' I1tnea. foe the nf.

I school auditorium tomorrow I'V'I'oh pninp, ,. and If they change to elect m.. I promise
so faithful' and efficient .......,1..0. Your RUPport A D. ANDREWS\ COMPANY
April 10th, at 8U. Admission j 7 rs and FOR SALE Milk cow three,-quarters Is rempectfully solicited.eifer : G. w.
2fi/ cents. War tax extra. .
o mon'ths -
Three hi calf
., Mr. McCord doesn't swallow tu voids, Jersey. 1n making thl. ;;;; Ann; .
1 loll nor jump in and out (If barrel!No norin Hired by registered Jersey bull. Both of the Circuit Court of .. -1

yn play the ukelele, nor sing "Lost the of them $(HO cash, for qi JI..k sale. respectfully' to the" action the of noloject pport the Raiford Floridawant

Deep," nor do any one of a numl ber of Roscoe McLane, clo| Quiglc y Lumber : I Iretivin. H. C. RICHARD. ,

!ulll wonderful things that we might menCO.. 4-2-tf. .
day tion. Hut nay-what that ma n can

,dR. i do with his face IB a caution] You STRAYED-One brown side with To Ih o..m".Ii. Vowra Bradford County Innoun..lnlr
cow I take this m..thod or ,
a myself a
will find
this entertainment of
Law a B' white back and stomach, marked ..nolill.'. for rrl..tlon to the. office .r Boost,
"'n II Joyous hash of music, monoli) !Jell, smooth crop in each ear. J..a at lIeen onto dent of Public In.t,ruction. .f Bradford We to say to all our customers and the gen-
arte Sketches and impersonations, an,d it Is County. subject to tlw rul" of the Democratic
"somehow different." at Worthington Spring Any In- primary an June lith. Itceived. :elected I rommise the I! eral pul Hc of Bradford County that our business plans
anot formation will be gladly' rein J. ..m.. courtmus and pains taking orrviee "n*
.ene This is the last of the Lyceu a t- R. Townsend, Box 10, Koul le 1, Lake it".... I the p..'. III.: R. POPPEII. t are to i livide our profits with our customers do mores
tractions for this season. Mr'. and
Whit Mrs. McCord are delightful peopletheir Butler. 4-9-2t. I nines FOR TAX COI I.ECTOR I busineRI and with smaller margins which allows us toe
,fir for
announce m" a
its a and you will be charmed. with the of Tax CoII".t... of Bradford County make tl1 same amount of money.d .
WE BUY raise and sell fu I .
'Atut entertainment. r bearing object t. the mocratic Primary to be heIJI i
Sa -- -- 1 rabbits and other fur bes.ring anl- June S. 1021). 1 promise I Ith I f elected to pive the ,
'I off cc my time and the People;; my I ". : Anvida when you want to buy Oats Hay Sweet Feed
8tur COST OP MATERIAL!t AND Ilion 1 II I.A- mals. place your order wil US, and M" time as .n officer eta an often boolk'':
REQUIRED IN MEN'S UITS, list whatever stock you h lave with I f-r tho InoII..n of the pI collie : this movity': Shorts Hour Hardware of any kind, Saddles, Bridles,

'ld COil us, stating lowest flat j jlarge prices on I and fully I submitted.' all for you R.a .I' ourport.. DOWLING.RtmpectM. Harries!i or anything else in that line, come to see us,

Comparative statement of the< of ma ted nils and 'labor requir In N. P. A'e. Fargo N. D. 515-617// 1 take thin method of an;'nuneln" to the .It. and if v ve haven't got it we will get it for you.
lotions of n..dlnrd ('", unt" that I .m a canon.ty .
manufacturing a suit of cloth ell in date for the offire .f counject tax collector sub.
'nl'd 1015 and at the present time haveJnion --- to the will "f tile VI.tem at the corninto; I Alsan :;0 if you want Shoes"" Hats, Ladies Hats Caps,

'ter s been furnished to the Tlmes-t ULACKWELDEirS I'LAI FORM democratic. Primary electia. to too ho-ld June
I all kind:s of Dress Goods"" Staple Goods Hosiery Nov-
ylor1) I 1920. of.,"lIy refrr you to my rec.or ,
Knowing conclusively why the 'i"l'ol thrpdl
pr .rd as I .' "; the Pact .. .
.ettl men's clothing ban advanced, The John J. lIlaekwel
'y.. figures are as follows : representative in group No. 1. Brad- elect m. I ..faithfully\ the duthmof line. COil ne to see us.
f the office to the bent
,d R UIII, 11)20 ford county Florida, submit,s the 101- my ability. with -
i ,
courtellits trestmenhould .t t. all 'wl1l.po
II stnmtnrd. .
oa. blue 16 94 f 0
serum >
e8 I III .... standard wiinttid cloth __ 1'67 ty 744) lowing as his platform : pormiste your vote.incerned. .E. W. HAYES. i Wem also carry all kinds of Ford Automobile Acs '';'
1 believe that all laws be .
Ptnndard cnssimere cloth ____ 1 OAMtnndnrd 71 t '
"Q. 20 r ovircnatinic ____.____u_ 1KB:. 4:noa with equal fairness to all cTlierefoic ( I wish to say 10 the vote nr R.adfor" couna cessorieor all kinds of Groceries all kinds of Furniture

......, iihor emit a unit of eiittlnir__ ____and_____trimming ____ nil ooi 1 believe in the following '" that I .m and a I candidate resp..elful f rl ly solicit the office u'.r: @up.Tax (when \*e can get it), have a large new Corn Mill, ands

_ MnMnir of panta __ un. .87*!, :BO I amendments to our compuUc,ry school( Port .t the coming .Im.'t Y. June "'h. I all kind
Making "f dial _______.__u _. 7.50 laws. I believe that auth,ority for I Respectfully.c J. E. DOUCLASS. of Seed, and almost anything the farming
Milk In. of vent _____ ._u_. ,HflAlpiica 1.lift opening I I "'; I class of
:" 1\ (yard) .--- ....________ nil 111 bvestedosilri'la publu schools I take this method of .nnoun.ln" tn flip people needs, and when you want anything ine
_ Rivet-! colon (yardl' ._______ ..IH'nnviui 1:00: i should body of three Democratic voterm of Brmtam 'Herd T'.n't. that I
? I : that lin
( (yard ____ ___?_n___. .16 1.1ft competent men over eoc h public a candidate for the off lee of .. ;,.. we want you to come and see us.
" llnllHiid b.rd' ______._... .15 .B! school. Said I Promise it elected to dim'chums the duties 01 i
1 rlilisla Ivnrdl ____ __ ..OHWlunn .41 body to open and clone the office to the bt of myce ability. always ,,\\v. We also
'" (yard! __uu- u.n______ .OHTrousers :.80 : the schools to the convenien of the into It all ml' Personal title'n rition.TIRY buy your Syrup buy your Sweet Potatoes,

fit pocketing (yard' ) ___. ..11Smi4n ..19.HI people' of the community in which the G. aAPr. buy youSESSOR r Chickens buy
(".,'d' ._.___..______n_ ..inllnlrrloth I JHc-liciol is located your Eggs, and buy anythinge
"T (yard) _... : ; said bOil'd to art FOR TAX AS
1SU! .402J to hell
u.u I you ; and want to sell
ti'wlnir silk pound) __.. .-_h' 6.8ttMlk : 7 without compensation. t.m. candidate far mof lectimn I to the office you what you have to
sliev (In nu County Anietiour of To and will sleepily buy.
L 1', Snot I: body; lininv ::::::::::-.-.-. 1 11!Ml 910 I further believe that upo I Itpplicu. appreii the support: ofstees the voters In the
,: CcilK.ii back unlln akln..u.. :4KTunes : II tion by the said board of tri for coming primary election.e .
(.,"...11 -__ _. ____ __ 2.10 (100 teachers the board of public Instruc- N. D. WAINWRICHT. An;y goods bought at our store that are not what
- WndilltiK. (bnlel I ______._ :.. II.M 22.00 I
__ Ft in also shown that aecnwory hU / exnenirliiilltiK .ea in. I tion shall be requited to turn fall sam FOR SHE RIFF we say I hey: are, any customer can bring it back and we
executive eupervliiliin. elerlraltraimportat I I help due notice being given, that the said I! ,
: 1 he"'b announre MY"e elf a candidate for refund I t 1 heir
:: on, eoal.:: etc.. have easily mor; board of trustees may run tl schools m-riection to tile "Bice of Sheriff of Prodford1n. money.

too than doubled.ThemUnlon.. . to the convenience of the p atrons of y. If re-l."t.ti I vno as In the palit I
n -- --. --- - I leach school during the I edouutne pains In .the full dinchrime: of all the Foroa the last ninety days we have had a nice trade
' NEW CANPinATFR year. ..f the ..lfl.... and I !Y solicit the
Judging ,' of tlw I Present I also contend that the s'aid board .1I1'p..t..r the voters .t tty h. =1,111.. 'mal'y but ve e till want more.
week not neft"r"ll". eme.h.latare yet t, in the of trustees shall have authorl! to disRespectfully.. w. J. EI'I'ERSOS.'RECfSTRATlON .

their neld. nllm.and .wi.... may expect a ateady' Inor**** In charge any teacher for ind olence or FOR SUPERVISOR OP I nUlf. ring the last few months the A. Andrews 'Ii

The 'luletrraph ban the announeemniiwei'k it, this malicious treatment to pup;illS or in- I hereby Announce m".1 a candidate for ('om pan y have shipped two
of two new candidates for the i iti.ia-- competense. ,'lreU..n to the office of SOtion pervi'lor "f R""I.tra. I car loads of Cotton fours

I lure in Krolip. James 91. heretofore Ueynoldii occupied of tiraham eKflltwl'F Ann Very lounre 1 by I contend that one of the awn ,aid board I .It ther .UIrt Ilr.dr.rd of no..t"tho vii.fem I remp"tfuny a the ,' ..Oll'j'' tar load of Corn, a car load of Fat Cattle, a car load of )1

M. Johns.. Mr. one of Htarke'a well knotorneya. :: ; nf trustees of each school i I should be ,..Im...,.. and If .I.tnJ 1 w.lI. it: In the I Hogs tJ hree car loads of Sweet Potatoes and Ii.
Reynolds la at present a t illachamot the duties "r the office with two car
of the board
that iNidy considered a very uo.lul men of :1 public school and said 01U..t'1h. s to only I J

T ... receive actual expenses engaged FOR COUNTY 'OMMIS8 IONER DIST. No. W WIt
I'lnholHter. of Rrooker. enters tl h. .on. We do not mention
...... te.t In vroup No t with J. J. HlackwelrCliaa. er andserving in the work. ,I hen-by announce mys e.f a candidate this in a boasting way. We ;
II. 1t."I.'... Mr, 'IMnlinl tM.. !. I t\n not favor the widow a .. ..a In.. !",:"*.I"! '.:tlon. aa ; I trict wo. i. subject to the action of the n" o1UU our farmers ana '
Demooralle StOCK
his second term ; : raisers
member of
aa a the ;
law us it stands at for ; 1
present one- primary. I respectfully solicit the
1 still
hoaril. where be has himself @up. know how to make
proven a
palnslakliiK mihli official. He la very/ popular half of one mill. It is not sufficient to port of the voters at said primary. money.

ry In his home section, anil It Is generally be take rare of same, no I contend that O V. BROOKS.1 I
lieved that lie will\ be a strong candidate for the widows and orphans being delltiI'
the position he ....ka. hereby announce myself a ". . ...
14 .. now. -0-- .. --. - tute of daily food and wearing apparel the office of County Commisaloner: for District I,
No. V I'slevithip' and 1'rovldenee. If elected I 1
FFES FIXED FOR CANDIDATES should not be forced Into measures will, faithfully:; !discharge; from.duties of the: of-

; The county fi m and the fee. of the County without provision being made for their fie* to the best of my ability. I IH
FV Democratic Rxecullv, Commute have now maintenance therefore I contend for H WILLIAMS.I!
W .1oort the clerk of the circuit h DIST. No. t .,
th or ans. I hereby
necesnary' affidavit and the amount announce myself a candidate for rs-l
of tlcse f.... In. f.'a..... .. fnll......, I also believe in the future develop01ratic" as Commissioner for D strict No.2. /

County EK Com. ment of our county and state, and in cumbency" .of and the Wnrthinirton.""I..... I have Du, n.Wtmydlc I
fM ,
Total AT R
.f d
frr! Cireti Court. 9(14( .00 920 00 974 00 just and equal laws that all citizens I servo the people of the district, aa well .. the U I or Florida
trial CoHfter ------: 54 00 IB:00 : may be equally bound for the good of county at 'lante to the best of my ability and ,
Tax A-s.Mor ----,- ft4 00 Zoo all the people. If my "" have Kn satisfaction. I will '
RheHIT : -. ... 54. 0 11 1)0 811.00 lanpreciste the support of the voter at the ,
Pant iii-SA.i; ... (400 3.:00: WOO JOHN J. BLACKWLEDER. .cumin primary. C. A. ROBERTS. "
County Judir: -- _---- 9<:oo too: 4100: Adv. It __- ; ;
I'r a candidate for




lasierers( and :'Bricklayers 0 I ': : : IIII -

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i "- AI'UILi 9.- 1920Bits

THANKS TO GA,,11 T" THEATRE I I L. M. stamps i, of Moa'...-". Tenn., It II new I :,'::
I. cities of the Stark. trctlon.' lie recently Dr. WI ills building near the depot in
The T I taught the F. A". Kina farm of <0 men* north whichfancy he keeps a line of staple and
local U. I). C. greatly' app're- I west of town a id will shortly occupy the place I groceries. These goods all 1M
ciates the kindness i I of Messrs. Robin- | with bu! family. The Ivk..rraith. welcomes Mr. i are ill
of LocalInformation 1 son and Lewis, profety prletor of the Gal stamps, and hn ire ho wl.,) never hav. calu* to new. at 1 re well assorted< and sold fit the
lowestguaran possible prices. is
Theatre r"a1et slacks u a place ft nce Everything
0 in assisting, becausity the W.e of T.their Weeks l1''n'ros.Chap- itoo<] to be1 as represented. Cold
l I 1/1't1T- drinks also void. Mr. Sapp already en- r!
i ter U.D.C.tosee
excellent atNEW
ure an.. - . !STORE AT iova. a good trade, which will increase '"
i traction for TuesdWith lay the 13th inst. 1--
the exception of expenses, the j, as SOOT n* his store becomes better tor

a-IV ... "-'__... .._.....u.-.- -.__ gentlemen are givir:-g,' all the jToceed* I Fred Sapp has opened a store in the known.-Adv. '=
P rf /ea Me Co..q.wl T_ from this picture to the local U. D. C.,

i }W I . for thanks.which the la lies return sincere I !BEII

aa ltt aa-w -__..\ These public 'II cited proprietors of
Overalls, $1.50:> to $3.75 at S lump's. Lieut and Mis. 11. C. I diehard the Gaiety Theatre deserve. a liberal GAIETY FCAl
to Jacksonville went TI tr 'ta jri> nsthcy ,.-ask e-cry e'r",t. I
Gale l Trawler spent last week-end in the marriage of Wednesd Mrs. Ric shard's:ay to attend niece to *e. ure good P': 'I;lute' ,in.t .live :.ho THE H. C. OF L. jthat'd :'
' public
Gainesville Miss Dorothy Darby. 'If'nn. br right, interestingPA
amusement. EGGS: IS EGGS": )J.t
I li.
Buy cake for Sundi --.
Her at your Hull's Saturday.your ay dinBuy"Ole your Feed. Hay, Oats from j |.,.,,L TAX \'MENT8o 11'09' price____. ___ _Uo. .$ .15 Iphorf
Top" .
at the
People Grocery Co., I I I <....". who wink .: vote In tint rominii 1819 price$0 q
-+ depot. He'll treat you i like a white I primary must pay their poll tax for the yramlirfor I f ask
A new line of Percales and 1 Ging.I I man. I HUH mid 1V1U on or I May IMh. Thf AND THE QUALITYREMAINS I
+ hams 25c:>> a yard at Stump's.Cassie I registration UH,|I. arc .now open at the court : THE SAME.; .I II'Ie
I i I hoax and will IM kt l it, open during the n- Itra(1
Mrs. Emma Wimberl Iv. who has malnifor of the. pnMntnt month. I' ..on. who. r. .oDICiflt
Mibll White spent Tuei sday in been detained on account ,i the illness I 'has. never rmlntrrrd elm'aid do ao if they wish "RUTTEIl ARE BUTTER" 4171;
JackBonville. of her mother I '" vote ". the primary.
in Mobile. Ala., returned to her home _- -- --- 1909 price _ ___ _u___ ___$ .:20 "d.
Dr. J. C. Wills made a onal I Tuesday.oasi .- ; LINCOLNStump's. Ht'LLEY' : liMO price-. .________- _u .70,= .1iaon. th

trip to Jacksonville Saturday.J. Bargains: every day at I AM THE QUALITY
I'I REMAINS:: HIE SAMI II: blllentaIke
'I I
J. Brannen, of Lake Butle?r, I G. W. Bennett returned from Hawk. I .Is.
in Starke Monday.Don't I insville, Ga., Monday. While away "POTATOES AM POTA kTOES" ''afro.

| Mr. Bennett attended tin.e funeral of i 100! price_ _ _. ._ . .$ .no peen
his n.
forget the cake and ice cream mother Mrs. Annie I Bennett. Irate
sale Saturday 10111) price." __ _ on. . 3.1f0
afternoon. I I IBonville. as pr
: Willie Bali of Jack, was AND; THE QUALITY literled
Mrs. Emma Wimberly of :Mobile' In town Monday visitir 11: relatives I I.o REMAINS 1HE: SAM IISTEAK" tl
Ala., spent Sunday with her brother, Willi< holds a lesponsjbli. position in ''' "wed i I',
Col. A. Z. Adkins. the Seaboard offices in thi e : "STEAK; : : : out a

h ha' i + I liO!' !) price 18 tntJIOf
A new line of Ladies Bathing Suits' Frank B. Lane. the Hull; Hud. 44( 11)19) price mel
i Shoes and Caps just arri\rd. SI.lump's. Bon and Murmon dealer, i ifm ,of Live Oak. r -
nt Tuesday in sfm-ko i visiting his ; AM; HIE ( l)A 1'1'S

Joe I". Williams, of the videnee tl'er. I\IrsiIC.:, ;;rd.lay.. err KKMA1NSPICTURES: THE SAM': ja wa
rn, section had business in Starker Mon Stump's.i hip os:

day. Every day ID bargain d y S, and PICTURES Wish:

Mr The Ladies of the \ odist, churche "v ..artu
and Mrs.
W. S. rJr
Bran +
en, ofStaike n 1009 price. .10
Lake Butler, have a cake and is cream sale -
were trading in
i Monday. Saturday afternoon, inning at 2 1011)\) price . __ _ __ .25 God
o'clock! at Hull's Store. ..rite,
Special prices on all our Silk Dret
rs. Come and see them. Stu '... Messrs. Jesse Bielling and V. J. rt ; ) 1000 PER CENT rite ftotab
Valentine. of Providence, were .here:
i. II. R. Aldel'man. one of the III-lid cit- transacting business Monde L y, ana vis- +: we can' ...rp down the cod of 110\2eY.
ited at the home of Mr and Mrs. C aRST
izens L
ot the
section was in A. Mixon. living--But we CAN show you _
town d"ab Think it Over
the beat mad the
piclutowrnt res al .lid WI.
Mitts Josephine Brinsor. who has porn! !I.. figure "Mir 11''
Mrs. A. II. Freeman returned home been t
at home for the pas t two weeks -
Sunday after spending several.days in on account of influenza :returned tore thai
Jacksonville. Tallahassee< Tuesday, whV she is a The People's Candidate for Governor. trety
i student in the Woman's C College. Give him your first choice vote. lie GaiThere's Theatreison I ; t It
j Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbau gh mo- -. is for all the people all the time. :1tD 1
Cored to Tallahassee and site! the Lee Taylor, of Campbson ;:
week-end with relatives. county, is in Starke Jack-1 - -- .ltureiIngt

his mother. Mrs. W. 11.Carolina 1 ra'lor.II'! I IVAN
E. W. Stewart of South Taylor i is a cashier of one.of the banks
spent the past week with his wife and of his town. I'the
children. t tell

The following lovely :y roung ladies
John Mitchell of Roanoke V a., spent were visitors to StarkcMisses Saturday; A Res
Friday and Saturday with his friend Mary Boyer, Eva Reddish and ;
Lucian Wainright. Louise Blanchard, of Law:('y; and Ge- Sri
f J neva Sapp, of Wateroak.
Men's Work Pant. $2 to $3. tump's; lIIa!
Mrs. Blanche Wills left for tan
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and child ren, of her home in Dayton fhioa, [live
Brooker spent Tuesday and VednesPicrce. spending several weeks h,ere with her For EverythiAnd ing On i
kryr day with Mrs. W. L. Wall. mother Mrs. I'". D. right, who
has been critically ill but i il s now rapid- r rbw
Mrs. J. A. Langford of Ft. ly recovering.
bw jIi.
is visiting at the home of her daugh- I
tl."r. Mrs. D. E. Knight. :Some; real Bargains in I Simon for tty d t,
Men Women and Children.; Don't fail
MiMI Maxine Willis has gone to Mors. to nee us before you buy. Slump' ml1
bile, Ala., to visit her aunt ) '; Em areI
ma Wimberly for the summer. Aubrey Moore. who usedso I sell))
youRosenbergs stet
Mrs J. F. Colley had -ls Sun- many Groceries at Sam I there I must be a reason for the I : steady I boa
as gue81day store has opened up a stories v of Grocer. sit;
her father and mother M] r. andtump's. at the depot and will loll' you Groy of this Bank. I, Ipl
Mrs Robinson of Archer. growth
ceries now at a saving. Tr;; "Ole Top" h.1der t
.Men's Suits, $35:>> to $50.:>> SID < .
SPRING IS HERE- nd the boys Confidence in our stability and theattention careful I. i In .
() not fail to The McCord la who
y nee will soon be out practicibaseball for the t pi

i school are "somewhat auditorium, different"tomorrow at ev.Mr. t he'ening.. high games. Remembca rt we carry we give to the interests of our ,, 1'1'0
complete line of Basel ball Tennis eke

" and Mrs. J. C. Adkins an d chil- and General Sporting Goo, .- QulgidieH patrons probably accounts for the f act that
ley Lumber & Supply Co. t&
dren, of Gainesville spent Su iday asZ. .
the guests of Col. find Mrs. A. Ad-
have entered
kins. The mooting.f the Lt '; Aid of we seventy-two new iccountsdays. : farrd-

the Baptist church, w lich usually
Nr' Come and are our new line of r Ladies takes place) on the second Tuesday in on our 1 books within the. past ninety < ) W' &I 1.
5 and Children's: lIat Stump's.You i. i I the month will be pontpomi .id until fur- Weir
i Iher notice, on account ofof the illness t ot

if you will hear spend'"The a McCords"delightful Sa evening II the president Mrs. A. Iturday M. Darby. ,.\'e invite others to take advantagefacilities of ourBusiness veto' I:

i evening at the high school and itorium.; Buy your Groceries fro n me. 1 can
1 Admission 76 and 25 cents. nave you money because I .buy for for handling their banking pwKsml)
--- -. strictly cash and sell) the same way. .,
!) The friends of Mrs. Oscar Andreu I The People's Grocery Co., at depot. The best attention will be given to your' ac- r ch

t are glad to know that she is 1'i rapidly I !tturtdirefully ,
''i recovering after a serious a tack of Mrs. R. II. Harbour and onvillelspent 1 1tor and I.interests will be
pneumonia Mary Angle of Jacksthe count :; C-
if. weok-end with !Mrsmother Harbour's

f, Get your groceries at The People'shere's Mrs. Angie Sternli,,ur'R' Little safeguarded.f heal 1 1II
Loraine who hating been viII
Grocery Co., opposite depot. Treason a Harbour I of
f her grandmother, re turned' It-I
; come down and see.
with her mother. 1I
-I j We send a full statement of aceev punt, to uld

f Cooper & Snellgrove h '1' their mill
112 Hiili3nsused ," 1'I\ 'it ;i ready for sawing lath and I have begun: every depositor on the last day of f each -for'Cod 1
+ lnIi, : I| work. F. J.;. Chase has b en<. the mill. r.. MI

last year I wright.: They will probe. ,Iy add ma- rnnnth.. .
cninery Tor box making nit soon as aa. "aa4.aa r M>
I they can, as boxes are in I Ih ICreat de- Irnt'ern"'
,. I I mend Thus another industry has been
HILL'Sr given to Starke. etriIn

CASCARAr QUiNI l- EDITH ROBERTS in "TheA Triflf.'fll." thatP
'Ii Six Reel Universal" ) Fet lture
SATURDAY, APRIL 1 OthJryce. BA NK 01? STAIowing tKE
IIliu 'Dt. First Episode "Lightning Serial B ;' a
i Western
Standard t rid. for 20 yen. 'n I Also a Western Feature "Sir'I'n of the I ..111.lunl.
trbi-i lorm-.I. aura.opi. :i ipnltn ?
a -Ia ...-.,>* up cold in ;24 Plains" and a two-reel Arbuc kle Com- I The Gra Bank ;
hours rett*"eq grip' in 3 d,". edy, "Fatty's Conine Fri iend." 11tU
1lonrv hrU if i it fail,*. Tlitn !I APRIL I '
.... hoe Iou R,; TUESDAY the 1,
ton with Mr. IIJAt r. I A Universal Feature Pictui reo Pro- 'ai
r.1r...... coeds to go to the local U. IJ)I. C. Spepictures.. ". .J ;
.. AHAVv* 5r**..a cial program in addition to ,

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\ .t-'Fl' '
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I let .
I k) i

,., ;*vt r .',Jini9 vuzjinur presence Ease of K'-'J' pedal"'SWit'laJ""RtlOlID "" / i'ma"-3'. :; '::1'10... ,_,,ting" -...h""'"II:>,r". ""''""'".'" t''ai. I :RoiTur'tUi. i t&1..rtiirif ty7:fanner and'good tires" _, ,, "a' n.. nif q,":.m May s'1'' .

:,, k/th.[ f; : .,In."n.a possible...., +n' n t ".,,,.'"ofJ....eggsi,, J,. ,'" "_i they 0'" .SIOCanir.-100 per,. i,seep t.4.n ITRIKF"ITEAD! Nninrrnl nrfV;":*M'** I eitl.en'lland I NfJ' elected. *wlll\ !ct...4thM\ Mrj.jGeorgttBoh:; .nn n7ofArdros-1 is'making il. !




__ __ __ _n_ FRIDA APRIL 9. 1920

--., rVoi ms In a Healthy Child"

f COMPRESS FOR J"CK. All'cNhbeeith7 tlIces troubled with worms hive anun I
- FARMER BROJack WNO J UST Doke.wblch lodlR M poor blood and.>a
: (
rule,there U mme or less stomach dtfurbance
- GROVE'Stor TASTELESS chill TONIC Siren regularly u
At a special meeting of the I GRAJMRS D SAYS two or three weeks will enrich the blood ImlUtMtloo. -
sonville city commission Thurs lay It AND:' SAMANTHA GOES THeil THE prove the. and act"I a. General Sirennilo "
to to th.> whole>y Nature will rhea
n was decided to ask the city thi CITYe ROGERS I throwotf or dispel the wu.."...and the Clillit "'1" IxUealtb. t
ordinance authorizing pur- Se;
pass an la perfect Plnjminr intake. Sacs'r fends L
_ Kane of a new Webb cotton com prelJ Now: see here, Brown, we e ire buy- tyr III -
- This compress is to be used to press ing so much I think we had b,etter go I --- -

Pa high density bales. Chairman Bond i to Jacksonville and sec if wei. ire pay- ,, J
had invited the cotton nhipprrscity
to bo present, and expressviews. I Witt C. Jones Hardware Stars , land I a BREAD FC(It rF

_ They declared that thei: rcawant to B and see the city. GAINS 18 POUNDS TAKING:' --

_ son for favoring the Webb pre s was \ Well, Samantha, I'm satin' ed with I 1 TAN LAC. .
that there 270 suth 'ressos in Starke who: suffers backriBduclioa .
No on ie
ISS:: interior and that I II f'a difprices, but if you want to g<> to the I b }
back in the dlstrep' -Ing: '
hand or uilu.
I'm wil- ache,
city and! see' for yourself, why
h it wonderful
Is used ere the I
of lId
"No see
- ferent style press one co
afford t" ignore
load vessels with 'lin!:', I'll get Prices and we will goI Tanlac try III a cun this
difficult to that
-I will be and see. Ix-t's go: today. I7Perking I I get Kyt { change in me i doubt man's twit..told stjry. It Ised
led cotton pressed by be different the same.pros see i as boy to go with us t< Starke + Is just a gram d medicine," said Mrs. cone,rm testimony that no Starke 4
bales will not
apt the buck home mil tend Louise Rogers of 4017 Brooklyn Ave., i
The will cost $71,00 0.() For and bring Kaxtus reeiiicn t con doubt. a
dell several new months press the question! of necurto I the place until we get bi ck. and f"ack. Los Angeles, (al. Mrs. Kobers for- W: VCounty r. Uulxden. deputy sherld, (

ere ing a new press has been undo r con- to come for us when we get bi I'll merly lived a t Wenatehee, Wash., Jail, Bays: "I used Duuir r '

I sidcration. It was stated at the meetK:'' over and see about it. where she is al Iso well known. I I Kidneywas Pills about four years ago

,mil ing that about 200,000 bales of . had to be refused last year beta: e the Now get ready while we hitch up Hase. and .
1'f that I becamenervous almost' a physical whole lot I can truth.y
ha city terminals were not In pohit Ion to tu. i' : wreck:, she continued. I that I>oun s entirely cured
them. The new press> iB be Well, now get a move on y ou. Has- HOme ,
press I
t installed in time for the new I IJ cotton ,, tug, or we will be too late for the ef'j3ZUIu} Cr3 had nervouskidneys indigestion disordered of the trouble In a prompt) and
car train. and o ther troubles. I was I lastingbelter manner. I felt a great dear ;
, Vity crop. _ .___ __ __ I All Bake l > and for two f t'
I Well, here we are at the dp pot. I'll / perfectly miser able over I I In every way. (I Statement: ,

, WANTS:' 10 SET: HEN::' ; ASKS go and get the tickets so w i will be Care!5>> years I could lot ('atny bread, milk I given April 12, 1914.

Wh THE WHA'IIIKR:: lit'I Id'AlT already. Here comes the tra!I In. Don't or meat, and J lad] to live on the very On AI](pri: 27, 1918. Mr. Unladen said

oce stand too clost to the carol! Now we When. CAL MET y, lightest of foo ds. I suffered so that "I have had no occasion to use Po's,

Washington, March 20.-\V illiam are off! comes in, all bakingt y sleep was Bin lost impossible' and I Kidney Pills slnctI recommended

last day callcu on the weather bur e au to there }before you Know it. Wonder if leave. You {jo ripbtvp mer self. I w under constant' treatmade a. cure in n.y. case. I advise
t furnish him to the minute d;eta so that boy will be careful with Rastus Via I 2rai
? .
up for eigh t but kc ., .
hat ahead and mix b.kmoot eon moo''' p an'oneInwad e ta ff rln g from kidney com
that Mrs. Shivner might be alnet ble to Ain't those seats nice, Samai lithe ? of better. I .
materials, lu. bi.icuitsgetting worse plaint' top i, give this medicine n tr'nl!
,. I is a hen with brut results. Mr. Conductor what time will we ing v
Mr. Shivner'fi !letter as follow st get in Jacksonville' ? cakesany'thinggvi thout tear nearly gave u all hope and my hus-! Pricesimply 60c. at nil dealers. !>on't
11 11alibi "Dear/ Sir: I wish' you would let me On time, madam of uncertainty. Cal o unit makes band, too, thou ght I was going to die. ask l for a U'dney remedyget

110 what kind of wether we ar e poin I There, I guess you found 01 ut not to you forget failure. He decided topq I send me to a health re- Dunn's 'Kidney PIU*-the name Hint r

to have for the next three 01 r fore be BIlking foolish questions' We will ET sort, but I was RO low I had to be car- Mr. Dais den had. 'aster-Milburn Co..

lick weeks as my wife has a her i who get there all right.: Well henwpth > we are. CALUFBAKING :a ; Vied and have an attendant all the Mfrs., B"DIAM:uffalo, N. VIOND ,

who wants to sit and she wants to not i|' My, ain't that a big depot. Do we POI WDER time. ---
cr to sit her or not. Also woul Id like got out here ? from Vended
Ii y to get the average for this pert od for Come on, Samantha. Noi hurry I I Is the moot popular been:use It d "It was then that a lady -

,111,111 the last CO or CO: years if not twoa much Where'll we go: first? I'll ask this m vest.>.t at ftr.frci.ntana .btTauiio.e.t.' .. it It: IB hat the,the" couver persuai, me to try Tanlac DYE" OLD

v! trouble. And will you lendtcrmompter me a policeman. howdy, Mr. Kit.e, where pendable. The fact th.ll it IS tin and it was ju:st three days before Inl'e
('rne and a barometer so' i, i can i is a good Hardware store? seat seller will. proves convince that yo that il Is the th..l'lveJ I noticed a cha! for the better. I i I GARMENTS LIKE NEW .4

shut the chicken house door if t he ba- i, GO up that street until you come to A none trial I.juHtap Call
,! rometer looks threatening And if the lOc Store then you will fl ind Borne are not BHlmfied take> it back cd eighteen po,unds and all of my old J..' woman can dye faded, shabby' A
convenient i will like for tl tele- lid yuur money balk wearing apparel, whether wool, silk, rot
beef you o hardware stores a little on. troubles are go,ne entirely. I eat three
Cnlumet conl.lnlonl'ir such mixed goods to color,
line Y/
ton, n or any
graft me the wether fort'rastI'hll every | lOc Store!
Say, Brown, there's dents a* have brfblilLlally n aIJI.r< meals ev cry day and sleep I like following. simple ilirec-
morning until the hen ol 1f with U I. S. >.. jiiHt new, by 41
comes where I by the
want to Let's !
there ins
to the chickens and for a while al ter as : first ? All right go.come on. go AuthoritlYourself. ..i. 'V"cli'a child all ni rht long. I just want I tions ach package of "Diamond HJ'''''." t4

t chickens need lots of care whc''" Just i Here we are. Now blow Ts"...h..,.,b.ylt.... to tell everybn, what a great ml.liild _.
a hatched out. Hurry up! We don't have jch time. Ta....wWa. roi, w c i lie T an 1 ac is -- '-

Fri "Yrs truly, |II want to try the street car'R. while we HIGHES .y Tanlac is sol Id by druggists everyISBY COsi FINS CASKETS
day."P.WI( S. Please' have the agric;ulture are gRy Samantha, going to buy the QUAL.I1- where.-Adv. > And it full line of ]

I II'; department send me some bo>ks on whole store ? HIGHE5thlnA'II'l T CRO LAKE Ui idertakers' Supplies i

,roll ; chickens My, ain't they got lots of AWARE: Automobile Hearse. 1
"I. S. Send the termomeU'r and Don't they have any Hardwafi re. My,
101 barometer by partial post' what a big building! Crosby: Lakeand '', April 0.-Mises Eva Aiwavice ,,ys on hand. The best 11\..

I: (Signed. ) "W. S. | Well leave your things and come on. Lillie McRus".11 Rae hnd Barney andwere i at the lowest price Special

vn we will come back for then n. Let'smwn McRaeat visiting relativesurday order
attenRi to telegraph
WILL IT EVER COME TO HIS? get on this car! Waldo Sat and Sunday. _

font I Where you going to B ? I Miss Ola spending a few
days Celeste McLorn hid her Bobbin g face don't know but a man told me that visitor to Starke M ooday.Mallie days with refto netives and friends in egisterca Embalmer I

dll. I in her mother's lap. "Oh, maw,,, I just would bring us back In a sand D ort time Surrency made a tri|> the Water Rtarke.Ern,est Bryant, of 'Plant
Law can't live-I fed so miserable." we could get off at the 1 Oe store. Mill section Monday. City, is a bus Iness visitor to Starke I OeWITT[ G. JONES
"Dewey Fitc-Dundcr hasn'tyou given Well, by they this week.1'1 liss< Louise' McRae at-
'n n gum are t eking us Starke. Fia.SKROACHES.
f up has ho? right out in the country. I want to tended church at Wateroak Sunday. .
tc .
a mentic, JOE'S JAMBOREI JUMBLEDMr.. and Mrs: J. C. Crews vis- --
"Oh no; but never n Mr. see the city. Must DP five niles outinductor i. were
and Fitz-Dunder's I-I of -. itors to this se' 'ction' Sunday. -
name any more' town now. Say, Mr. C: ,
;one just' hate him!" what's the matter Why on't you Friday of last week was an unlucky COt[ :

whl1 "Why, daughter: he dotes orconsoled 1 I you," go on? I day for Joe Johnson c olored. He had "And--- There- ---- W;,asn't the Slightest Odor ,
.a a' the mother. "Didn't hi.ft acquired an' a utomatic pistol FronWrites Dead nefa" 'Y
.atul Dock Alvarez to have his hair singed i down! I and wanted the wholeown'l world to know -

I Sa, to keep from becoming baldhea led.i all When will we get back to t, that he had it. His evil genius led :i Simpkins; farmer of I

stun for your sake? Don't he take you to j Can't say; before dark, I ho)>pc. him to the State l-'arrr i, where he diBAnnandale, nJ.. "Rats were costingyearly
'Gator Id C, for hours about the pellucid little back or we will miss the tra,In. would have it. he a,ccidentally dis- rets, poison, ccBought get rid of them. l.
t brooklet that runs along there-when How far back to town, Com iuctor? charged the weapon an id hit one of the :.;g\
on RAT-SNAP cakes
people arc in love they are men tlmenAbout I five miles. prisoners there. He tek hen tried to run (5
tal. And does he ever come hen t with Anyway for us to get ba, right away but at the St ate Farm they half, not a live rat since. Dead EASILY KILLED TODAY BY UMNO '
ned e out having his ovralN clean and nicely away ? know a trick or two about catching ones aplenty I like '

tel' 4 creaHed" i Yes, Ioknow walk runaway darkeys, ani.d he was soon pause after-kil ling rats it dries beSTEARNS' PASTE )

{lor \ tCeleste.tst"lie thinks !" cx. Yes, we can walk, but we captured. Sheriff____ Eppiced ,erson was notl- up-leaves no i smell." 3 sizes, 25c, COc llu SEES Dun t>
lIett1.. claimed more want to ride. and he came andsit brought John$1.. Sold': and guaranteed by D. J. WATER BUGS. RATS AND Mice

Y. I (boo-hoo) of his blamed old o ver'alls Well, you will have to w right son to Starke. Jones and J. M:. Mitchell.Adv.awe IW I Tw. r.... M* Ml
than he does of !" here until we make FROM YOUR) DBALBNTHE
d R. me_ .. Borne re pairs If At a hearing before: Judge: Gardid -
- .- I you ride with ,
.tee I us. Can't tt 11 when ncr the prisoner pleade, guilty to car-
'. we PINK HIM that will be.Let's Tying concealed weapi.ons. His sen- I '
-.. scoot' Samantha? Gt t to Ret tence was a fine of $10 0 and coats and
- back somehow. Maybe we CIa in catch six months in the count ty jail. He willassociations
i Pine 11 ill Miss ROil
April 9.- Sura ride. Here comes
an auto; I'll ask be no stranger to jail as
lency made a trip to WorthWednesday. ingtonpaniod him
to take
us to town.
he has served a term a t the Farm and
She !
" WAil accom Hoy, Mister can you taka e us to was discharged in Sef itember of last'
:: N home by her sister Miss Very who town ? -
- has been visiting relatives in Georgia j, Yes sir year.
; Jump in. I'll have 3 you bark 00
" for several days. -C. W. Cols>n and quicker than you can walk it. Got i
'" W. F. Cone were transacting bi isincss left out in the country, did yoi 17 Colds Cause Urip di nd Influenza

sr In Lake Butler Saturday afterni Well, here you are. LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE!E Tablet remove he
.. T Friends of Rosa Lea iodwin, wl was How much the bill'lonvi11e cau.... There Is only oneIS. i "firomo Quinine.' ,\\
) carried to the hospital at Jacks' \ 200. :. W. GROVE'S '. .,.'_ on,I box. SOc.\ LTI will be glad: to (learn that she is im My that pretty K i
( steep reel car'y UNIVERSAL CAR 4
proving. -A. B. Surl'(' ('y M. A- and ride. Well, here's I
Ii' Alvin 'lemons were in Brookel!. Weder than walking. your mono ; cheap ( I 1 ,

_- It'sday1I1"s Van Cone wa shopDon't you ever aRk me tc> take aown. jftoffjDoesn't Corns'i Probably there u noothcr car that every dayn
_ ping In lirookcr Thursday.' '-.Among ride on a street I i Irv
car again, Bi It the year meets the demand of the physician
those IJ
: the fish Crews
attending at
-- sure gave me a big ?
scare( Now hurt a bit and Freezone is docs the Ford Coupe with its
its lake Friday were, Mr. and Mrs.A. L. where is your old Hardware ..1 permanenttop
itore ? I
n Green, and children, Roy and 'Gracie* bet yu'v<-' forgotten all ther n prices costs only a f sw cents. ;I' its broad scat and deep upholstering, its ;au t

. Mrs. I''. L. Colson and childrtand 'n, Al r. anti I'll not get a chance to Bee half Iidingplate; glass windows bywhichin minute :,,
Mrs. C. W. Colson and b,1I Mr ,; ,
>y. the city. :he car is changed from a closed car to an open

and Mrs. Leslie Green and Alyiny Well, here's a Store Let's fro in. Ii Ii'I ar.: Equipped with an electric starting andighttng ;, y
Clc'monll.An egg pipping wa s givenVulk: in. friends Wl, I
my lat
at the home of A. B. Suriency t;atur- show\ you today ? call \ ''I system, demountable rims with 3Ji 1 b

day and was largely attended.-Charj)0': you all Fen goods: \ out of town I! nch tires all around and embodying all the I ?

I lie Cone spent Saturday nigh,t with and ship them to us on a cast i order? established merits nnd economies of the Ford i

Ray Andreu, of Brooker. -J. E. CleWe| will always be glad toy fill your ::1( car.: Let us ]look after your Ford car and you :.

moos returned home Thursdun from orders promptly and give ;you good 1 ,vill genuine Ford and skilled work-
get parts
visit with his daughter Mn I. J. H.Cured. prices. 1I .t
\ I mans
II ip.
Would show WI
you us an und l and
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be I
....... make out. a list of prices of what we ::'__..I G __
by local applications as they cannot reach may need later on so we can s the diseased portion of th* .ar. There U
only one way to cur Catarrhal Deafness. mail I for what we want?
\ .nd that !. by a constitutional r..m.dy. Sure. I will make a list' a Id you I W. & G. A. '
HAI.L.-B CATAKRIi MKDICINIfl act can send me bill of what
a J want
through the Blood on the Mucous Surface
\ of the By.t.m. Catarrhal nearness lacaUMd any time; that is, within a shor t Anderson '
by an Inflamed condition\ of the Goods are going up so fast" w''e time'j 'c
I mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. not hold to
prices, will gi i ve
tub I* Inflamed you have a
;; ::'.b'lntla or Imperfect .arlnK.: and 10 days on today's prices.
when It I* entirely clotted< Peafneee I II the Say, Brown 1 m hungry. Let''II eat? With I'
A'a" I ' the Inflammation can b* r** To your fingers' 1'01 u can lift oft
this tube restored to Its nor.mar ( continued) any hard. (corn soft corn or corn between rc
condition hearing may be destroyed the toes. and the hard akinMrs. calluses from ,I
1 caused Many Catarrh raven, which of 1a Deafness an Inflamed are Quarels, of Miami. -Mr. and 1 J. bottom of feet.Mallie :
condition\ of the Mucous fiurfare E. demons and son, Alvin. and A tiny bottle of "Fr."zont cant little I
ONE HUNDRED l'OL1.AHA for any Surrency, attended services a' New It any drug stores apply a few dropiImtuntly '
be cap cored of Catarrhal by HALL Deafness that CATARRH cannot Hope Sunday Messrs. J. F, Cle- upon the corn or ral UB. it ',

" MEDICINE, mons and son, Alvin, and A. I i" Sur- stops hurting then shortly ;you lift that
All Drugeists'1St'. Circular fre.. rency were transuding Hess I in bothersome corn or callus I right off root
r. J. Cheney; & Co., Toledo Ohio. Graham afterand alt. without bit
and Rrookfr one of
Saturdaynoon. pain >or ior*. .:.. __,
-A. B. Surrency was a bilasi usiness Dellu111 No humbugRAPII I - ties

,1It4 I yi:

erers l ana a ltirlcklavers 0... ----_.. _-__-. '-___ .. .HI"! -r.' ---'-- ........ ......-- . .

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r'V" I

k 9. 1920 '

.I State Neu'8 a.' -\1 !' --

The melon crop of Bowling Greenrs !a

will equal any of the past yea but i
Yt will be a little later than usual

Lake City now has a national I lnTires for the Smaller CanBuilt

company, it being: inspected\ an :
tered into service Monday nig tit.i .

+ Shipment of trout end bas from sd ,torsIREV

Bunnell during the past ten day s have With Goof Methc
been larger than at any time th is win- -near S

-,,_.,,-'. ,*u. ......"' ..."'..'" ,.._._ __ __ .. ._ "'._
The Snyder Preserving Comp of cAl
West Palm Death is working nightraging
' and day to handle the tomato;s car- f:;;.
ried there. The receipts are ave In using its immense resources and inventiveskill that
four carloads a day. drat.
build the hi
t i.dJ"
Alone result of lifting the 'embar- .
J go on non perishable freight th e Dade k o sible into tires, this I company I has never made: ,
City Crate Company began t o load C C a.kl'I
their accumulation of products Tues- a b its work more effective than in Goodycai I ,

day. 0 Meansonic
Tires for the smaller cars.ek 1',
t The Chipley Packing Comps tiy has ., .th
;; been the busiest place of the> (!that
During four days of one we the = These have the full advantages of Goodyeaicompetence t ,s. th,
crews killed and cut two hundr,ed and I r ...on'I
fifty hogs each day. and care, plus the modern facilities pnt rjI

Work on the Florida Farm f for: the I I lI of the factory we are devoting to the I .1 bllow bt

Feeble Minded and Epilrpti ice at ago.weer.
Balnesville will be started with un the ,: world's largest production of 30x330x314-,., .4 1
;, next six weeks, according to Go vernornment irate
Catts. and 31x4-inch sizes.r I as prtiter
I \

bungalows Rental charges in South on Jaiksonvill the ,e have The sum of this extraordinary effort is available -, ,.#" I led teed to:t

taken a tumble from $27 and $41 per ut.
month to $22 and $35. The g overnreduc- II to you, as the owner of a Ford, Chevrolet , I. I: ,retie

ment is setting the pace In rent I Dort Maxwell other thesedill i lame '
tions. or car using: I t( I mlint

J. W. Farley and Warren Ma of !t sizes, at the nearest Goodyear Service StationDealer's L" .swat scat

t t Dade City, found a dead alliga tor on I place of business.Go '" II1P ofi
its back close to the shore( of tl ie lake I I I I
near town that measured tweli'e feet I
t; and one inch. They could not ascer- to this Service Station Dealer for these I .' I i artUIfYecJ
tain whether it had died of old ,age or I
had been shot. III I tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube, ,.1" IJ.'EI

Lieut. Niergarth, the flyer 1 I lost in He is ready to supply Laker
I b o you.
the Everglades ten days age">, was ; 1!
carried to Arcadia Sunday. Aside m I ..,':' : iotablYi
from looking "thin" and exh ibiting ".. .. :'. I o. 11(.....
weakness as a result of his tel t days w I '
wandering through the big own mp, he
was none the worse for his expe rience.nd .
.r. f .r F,

Two white men were killed a sev- ... \
eral injured Wednesday afterengine -- : r.11'A
negroes _0 _. ..
noon near Chiefland when an I bty flIts
and flat car belonging to the T;opical I II

Lumber Company left the track. The "" ..... .. Got
dead men jumped and were c rushediggest ;' ...1Bit .

under one of the trucks. 30x 31/a Double-Cure $'J "ISO Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube are thick: strong tube. tha ,tUNa!
i'ahricAll-\VestherTrend *J- reinforce canings properly. Why rink a Rood casing with i a ,...,,_ ngt'was
Last week was probably the I cheap tube ioojyear lIeavv Tourist Tubes com little mop I' J
week in the history of the celeryMeat ; move 3Ox V/ Goof car Single-Cure!:: than tulwi of less merit. 30 x 31/z size in u> 0' therail
from Sanford, about 24'9( cars Fabric. Ann.Skid Tread ...._?_ $211)0 proof t ....._ .M. ... ........_ "MM....??...ol.r$45, + f I
M being shipped under refrigerate 111 and I htylt
many others by express and bo it. The .I, 11I1 8t t ti
growers realized $2.GO to $2.;r5< per r---::: .. leen V
crate, and the cats were each loaded'V", .r"' e- .. i ..trlkha'
with 3CO crates. 1 deep

Mis. Sarah M. Buikett, of I Is cant a

ough Mass.,county who was jail taken on account to the of IIi llsborinsnn-- G- rOO( ]b 11. ] ['n\t lives

ity was found dead a few hour s laterd I
by the Jailer. The woman ha, torn .re tin
off a strip of her blanket, tied ita' to her 'I' 0 mal
PJw fl
neck and to the footboard of tl he bed it
and sat down on the floor in I luch ath. '
manner that she choked to deat: Ity fo
pill at

Williston not to be outdone t,iy oth- are.<, Irfer
cities of the state, has full-
er large a --- [ .
fledged overalls club. It has b'ut one employe on the Stoneoff flveralla rm has been head lead the officer to believe he had. Seed Beam Seed Corn b oar
k obligation and that is to wear o' been hit on the hea I: with a blunt mFt I 4I'dl
r throughout the summer and sa thewhich striiment West lean home Thursday CucumberTomato SEED S Velvet Bean 1 pie

, great expense of summer suits Live Oak has a tin pi ordinance morning carrying a shotgun and told Melon Sorghum,Cowpeas I.e in
are being Bold at about five time B their which its officials are enf orcing rigid- his wife he was go ing to kill a bird. der&the
value by dealers.A Iy, three arrests having been made He had about $70 1 i i his pocket when We can supply for immediate shipment all leading and standard rt'o
last week under its isions. This he left home. The found
prov i shotgun was
varieties of all kinds of seeds for pla tiling In 01 ir State. Ir
successful attempt in deli vering ordinance provides that servants carbroken, about fifty yards from they pie
mail by the employment of a ara- eying provisions from tl he homes of body. About seven yards from the Success in gardening or farming depends tquality <,> a very large extent on the proD
chute was accomplished by the driver their employers without a, written per. body a whiskey bot tie was found. A rkt f
of one of the Aero Limited sea|ilancs. mit, may be arrested ann d I given trial, negro is suspected of running a still of seeds you plant.
Not caring to stop at Bimini o a reand if found guilty be a ibjoctcd to a and also the murder'. He is missing. results ETA
It has been demonstrated beyond a doubt I that desired can on-
turn trip, he dropped the mail overfine and imprisonment. '
board in a table napkin with su e:h pre. Habitual Const(potion Cured Iy com through planting seed of known quail ty. "1It
a cision that it fell directly in f ont' of W. Grice, of Eagle I sake, took his In 14 to 1 II Days ;girl: -
the flag pole.Dynamite son to Winter Haven Sui iday to have "LAX-FOS WITH PE1 SIN" Is a specially SEMINOLE FLINT SEED CORM the rariety for Florida.
fits hand dressed, since its i having been ..axatlveforifabitual :it age
prepared Write for Sample information and pric ES.
placed under a coY ner of lacerated by machinery i at the pack- It tell eves promptly but .1Ion.
. Mike Stoneoff of Sanford, ble w out ii.g house the day beforeo'clock In rcturn-: should be taken regal arly for 14 to 21 days MARTIN'S HY-TEST SEEDS INSUDOur :E YOUR CItOl'oJ.: iermit r:
the interior of the house at 2 I ing, the car in which thing ' Monday morning. Stoneoff an d wife was hit by the "Short" in crossing Regulate Very Pleasant to Take.* 60t spring 1920 catalog I is ready and will I be mailed free of charge on ts'e
asle In roe n near the track near Eagle La ke. The car bottle. l
and little boy, ? a per
the explosion. had a narrow escape was thrown a considers ble distance. request. It contains information of value for Fl 1 orlda truckers and planter way
1r, from death the baby crawlingthe out of After being picked up thi B father dieda Jneelr
ruins to the street. A Bul garlantulne in a few minutes from fractured New Se COTTON SEED cha
skull. The boy was not seriously in- turn
! The Fountain of Youth i Hotel Completing I tka '
pany are rapidly com) their I Oats, all v irieties heads
Name "Bayer" is on Gel plans for the erection of i k magnificenton MEANS, OATS, RYE, COW PEAS. of tl
hotel and cottage colonyof the tracts I Ii String Beaacquired 'ns C mtt'f'Iit '
Aspirin-say Bayer land the company ha i in '
the northern portion of S st.. Augustine. Write Immediately for catalogue and pricern also call on us for any JII:t

The company has a cap ital stork of| Sweet Coi all varieties special information you may desire regarding yo,ur crops. I /Y'B $10,000,000, fully paid h ave been ac- fur th
quiring property here for several I IVII GET OUR PLANTING GUIDE GET OUR CA'l-ALOGUE. GET IIY.TE8T .1 Mill
months, and- in the meantin 1e the aI'.a Con SEEDS todaytMax
I chitects have prepared orate, and
beautiful plans for the build ings while Velvet Bean s t K% men
landscape artists have mad e wonder. l+rnmtotriki
ful preparations for the bea E.AOldest MartinEstablished S eedCo.
of tracts the acquired.ground and waterfri t oft the English Pea s t n fret

Insist on 'Ba er Tablets of Asplfa ria" Officers are following ur, c1uell by KICKLIightyyear S =
a package," containing which they hope to appr ehend the
pr opal I
Oldest Seed Hoi in Florida '
directions for Cold., Pain, Heads tehe, slayer of John West an e' se 'TAX
Neuralgia Lumbago, and Rheunat iAm. old man, whose remains wei'e found In The Seed J Houses r
Name "Bayer" means genuine Asp\,(ria a ravine south of Avon Pa rk Friday -- 203-206 East Bay :Street Co St,
prescribed bT physician for nine'teen afternoon. The indication I are that 'm* tl;
years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tat,Iew West was killed and the mt trderer at. .l..teleaj cbIU Tunis t until
cost few cents. Aspirin Is trade Lark: tempted to burn the body. All four restares.aJ.aIlt an..soarer I-'laC ... ..* Jack S tnville J Floridat toltti
'. of Bayer Manufacture of Mono senile- limbs were burjied; the torse) and head rlcbloU' bIoocL You caD''soon W b--.. Atli :
aaideater of SalicyUcaeid. 41t remaining together. A woi And in the .10" Inviowedaa CI.o P'r\oo eta { f ail
/ J Jt qua!

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i fetes

-7SundAr-Mtt'ot'(lay;;: ;\ wtiq nut KTTKV? 11I
!at ailn6 !ti1e
lime Imt >.c Dee \ oM-8pecW 7iWT '''''-.
))1.,)'.I'.the possible presence of-I eggs I'111 t the s.a1o&an 100 reI" ,cent. I ierad.e'and n. attendance I . ''i.N I Rosier, i Is a thrifty fanner and good r tlvee:;;;'...;Q""M44yitkYr'. : p r8C" "'., I'mnmltoto

-''do thorough: .work ii n co, lectlon. .';I Each on e bring some J STRIKE J'n ,-!."DEAD......, IIi \tDICTED. > YO f..."tr-BY'..*. *<,"*.* T eitizen J 'and ,if.,,elected'will. lv give A tho ,ISM Mrs."O' orgeBohaiinaivof'Ar:!, .,