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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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1879. SubMcription-Per Ycar. $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents. Payable In Advance. E. S. Matthew. Editor and Proprieto.,

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A. Supreme Court Judge lie Settle !Maditrn, the Big Cowboy, Showed at Car of Prominent Starke Men Searched J:

Notable Case Washington May 10.-Mexico's laU I Former Citizen Calls Attention to Friday afternoon, little Miss Eunice Gaiety Saturday for "Canadian Club" j"J j"JI

est revolution, after getting under Custom of Honoring War Veteran Canova celebrated the fourth anniversary I ---

The dispatch printed below tell of way with a remarkable lack of fightIng of her natal day, by giving a The management of the Gaiety One night last week Paul E. Canova

a supreme court decision of a famous apparently has not been withoutthe Editor Tell'graph-Illodc. that my beautiful party at the home of her I Theatre, always on the lookout for unusual of Starke, and Knox Thrower, of Jacksonville -

murder case, made by Judge J. T. usual tropical season of blood-let friend, Lieut. H. C. Richard, is run parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova, attractions, induced R. E. Mad. were traveling northward be. .I .:
Wills, of Starke. The honor confer. ting.From ning for the office of clerk of the circuit on N. Walnut street. sen to give a performance there Sat tween Palm Beach and Stuart in the '

red on Judge Wills, by calling him to behind the veil which obscured court. lie i is fully qualified, both The guests included little <
the supreme bench, was justified as the events of the last few days are by education and experience: for the boys ranging in size from wee tots to claims, the worlds tallest man, and a sudden two very strong lights!: from I
his decision was concurred in by two beginning to trickle the stories of important work of the clerk'a office. those considerably older than the for that reason and because he created another automobile showed. up, and \.

of the Judges. The dispatch follows; wholesale political executions, counter When the United States decided to I small hostess, proving her popularitywith a great sensation here, ha deserves the glare so blinded Thrower that he ,'

Tallahassee, May 10-The supreme executions and other accompaniments enter the most dreadful and destructive those of all The more than a passing mention. had to stop his car. The other car
ages. young
court this afternoon affirmed the judg. which have so frequently marked the of all wars, Mr. Richard was con hostess received many lovely gifts I The Telegraph reporter got from came up and a U. S. revenue officer

ment of the circuit court for Bay struggles for supremacy in the Latin- siderably past the draft age, was comfortably from relatives and her little friends I him the following "specifications;" stepped out and commanded Canova

county in the case of Will Blackwell American countries located in business in Stark who came to make merry on this happy Place of birth, Texas. and Thrower to get out while he .

and Robert Blackwell, plaintiffs in er. Carranza, variously reported, captured and was under no obligation to go to occasion. Parentage, father Dane, mother Ir- searched the car for contraband whiskey. -

ror vs the state of Florida, defendantin in flight, or in hiding; Candido the front. But his brave spirit was The large cool yard inn; parents of average height. H. found no liquor, of course,
shady surrounding -
error. deeply stirred by the awful though he carefully examined
wrongs a paper
Aguilar, his son-in-law, and minister Age, 23 years.
The opinion is oy Hon. James T of foreign affairs, executed with Gen. that had been done to Belgium, and for the the horn formed an Idealsetting Height, 7 feet 6 inches. bag full of sandwiches and two bottles .

Wills, circuit judge who sat in the Francisco Murguia, commander of the by the conviction that the United occasion, and the Weight, 238 pounds. of ginger pop.
place- of Judge West, disqualified. States needed every available"man to youngsters romped and played to I Character lie informed the travelers j
garrison in Mexico City, after a wholesale their hearts' content. The main feature and standing, no one has that the
Judges Whitfield and Ellis concurred. slaughter of political prisoners, stop the mad rush of the Huns who of the ever looked down on him. traffic in "Canadian Club" whiskey on
amusement was pinning ,
Chief Justice Brown filed a dissenting including fifteen generals; forces of I were threatening to overcome both cracker in the parrot's mouth, while''I Mr. Madsen is dressed as a cowboyof the lower East Coast Is something i

opinion, which was concurred in by the revolution in control of tie capital i-. France and England'and put an end each contestant was blindfolded. Ruth the movies, wears rhaparejos, or fierce, and all traveling the highwaysat

Judge Taylor. and most of the metropolitan cities to civilization. He volunteered, want Sternberg received first prize for the '"cTiaps" (pronounced "sha'ps") costing night must submit to be searched. r
The Blackwells were jointly'indicted through a severe course of training, The man had already searched .
of the country, while Americanwar girls, and was presented with a box $125. This Is rather a high price revenue
in two separate indictments for mur. and finally reached the fields of five cars that night, and in one of ,
ships and marines continued to of candy; while Roscoe McLane, Jr., | for overalls, but then they are made "
dering M. M. Davis and wife Nancy into France where he was exposed to deathin of them he had found 250 pints of whis I ,
move strategic positions were the won first prize among the boys and untanned horsehide and will last a
Davis, in Okaloosa county. In May, every form known to modern warfare key. The inmates had been arrestedand
foremost features of today's news. was also given a box of candy. To life time His spurs are inlaid with ff
1917, their trial was commenced. -death from machine guns from the confiscated. I ,
Communication between the Unit Dorothy Ritch given whistle gold and silver and cost $50.
was a as
During that trial Will Blackwell escaped giant shells, from bombs dropped from .
ed States and ,1\\
the Mexican capital continued booby prize and Milton Brownlee I The
a j big cowboy wears !gold-rimmed :\>
necessitating a mistrial. In airplanes, and from explosions of BRADFORD
intermittently and uncertainly.Gen. Jr., also received the trophy of a whis I glasses and has an intellectual face ,( t
about three weeks he and most
was recaptured.The mines under foot, perhaps -
Obregon, Carranza's: former .tie. I Were he less he betaken '
two were tried and convicted of hand terrible of all, from poison gas. sunburned might Bradford, May 14.-.-.Rev. J. T. ,
right and his
murder in the-first degree, and appeal. has military ordered man, the now At the great battle of St. Mihiel he I The little people were invited" into for a college professor of "high"( Barnes filled his appointment here on 'I
opponent, that pre.ldt'nt I
ed to the supreme court, where, because if be fought bravely and was both wounded ,the dining room which was decorated degree. Walking along he must for Saturday and Sunday.
captured, treated with consideration
duck overhead J. Man
ever signs. C. Ii
vases and bowls of choice
of errors committed by the trial taken Mexico and gassed and was in the hospital roses, Measrss. Clarence Scan and Wesley
and to
City. and served cakes ning took him around in his car, but -
were punch, fancy
judge, they were granted a new trial. Meanwhile the American for several months thereafter and has Williams attended church here Sun
government the had be folded back beforehe
and ice cream by Mrs. Paul Canova, top to
The case was then transferred to Bay not fully recovered from the gas attack
while continuing a policy of could take his seat. A kick from
assisted Mrs. E. E. Mrs. day.Malcolm
by Canova,
county, and in December, 1918, the watchful even to this day. lie suffered all, Ilarrell Is very much improved .
waiting, took some measuresto him Is far the
as reaching effectsof
W. C. Powell and Miss Aileen Alvares. as
Blackwells were again convicted of afford to Americans. Thereare this on account of his at this writing.
murder in the first degree and sentenced of his county, his state and his na The guests at this merry party were prohibition and when boxing he can

estimated to be some 6,000 or 7,. Martha Powell, Mary Canova, Etholin hit a man In the next county A hand C. B. Hayes left Sunday for Jacksonville 1
to death. It is this tion.
judgment 000. such in Mexico, some of them White, Eloise Ritch, Dorothy Ritch .hake given by him will be remember' where he has accepted a posi
which is now affirmed by the supreme Throughout the South, veterans of
draft radicals who fled
dodgers and ed for after.
Betty McLane, Julia Etta Canova Ava
the Civil elected tion.Mabry
court. great war were governors -
over the border to escape processes of I Lou Poppell, Louise Peek, Hazel and Mr. Madsen born he Harroll! was a business visitor .
was great; acquired
Two of the state witnesses who had of their states, were elected to
law. For the most however to Miller
part, Thursday.
testified on the first trial were too sick congress to the United States senate, I>Lois Adkins, Patsy Brinson Lois more greatness as he grew up, ci I
that class probably is far in the Interior Long, Ruth Sternberg Brown- wherever Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards were t
Mary he he
to come to court on the second trial,' and for forty years after Appomattox ',and '! goes has greatness : *
and the Americana who might number of the offices lee, Pauline Miner, Martha Brownlee, thrust upon him as alll look UI to flopping In Smoker Saturday. ,
and their testimony given at the first a large county II I
trial and incorporated in a bill of exceptions readily avail themselves of aid are in every Southern state were filled I'| Alice Fernandez, Leila Dea Andrews, him. Therefore, may his shadow never We are sorry to report the serious '.

was allowed to be introducedat principally oil men and planters along with men who had followed Lee, Jack. 'I I Evelyn Stump, Sara Hope Haynes, grow less., illness of O. W Barry with typhoid '
the Gulf coast. I -
the second trial. son and Joseph E. Johnston throughthe | Georgia Haynen, Leslie Biggs/: Jr., fever
Counsel for the Blackwells strongly 'For their assistance the navy department hardships and battles of four 'Roseoe. M(1.ane, Jr., James Richard Friday Mrs W. M. Ilarrell spent Tuesday $1
has ordered the superdroad. i Watnwriglit, Richard Harvard, William in Stark. shopping.

urged that this deprived their clients years of heroic war. The South considered R. S. Wasdin was a bunlnesn visitor
of their constitutional rights to meet nought( Oklahoma from New York to this one way to pay off in part Henry Graham, Jr. Arthur Darby to SumpHon Saturday Mrs Alma Surrency was a visitorto

witnesses against them face to face. Key West for possible duty in Mexi- the great debt of gratitude to the men I Jonua, Luster Price Itoblnson, Eld. Mrs. Jake Roberts returned from Worthington Monday. .

On this point the court holds that can waters. She will take on a full who had taken their lives in their .redge/: Robinson, Milton Rrownlec, Jr., Sttrke Wednesday, where she has Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Plnholater, Jr.,

where a defendant has been confront. complement of marines before steaming hands for their country. 'I A. E. Wall, Jr., Richard Long, Charles been visiting her mother, Mrs. II. F'I and Mr. and Mrs. L Johns, of Brook

ed with the witnesses against him in south. Meanwhile the naval trans We trust that the voters of Brad and David Ahearn, Merrill Futch, A. Price. er, were visitors in our section Friday,
port Henderson will load 1,200 marines M. Pcttit, Jr., Jim Poppcll, Saul Er. Ward visitor
W. WorthIngton
a former trial ofM\e same cause, and ford county will follow the usual cus- Lacy Reynolds and wife, of White J. was a to .
an opportunity was afforded to the from the navy yard and proceedto torn in such cases and give the honorto nest Knight, lien Sternberg, Steve Springs; ) are visiting his parents, Mr. Saturday,
West to await Yates of Tallahassee Charles Lucian I'
defendant to fully cross-examine the Key developments. this gallant soldier, who helped and Mrs. Jas Reynolds. Mrs. I R. 1. Andreu and son, Dave,
American have arrived at Kickliter Walter McDonald Jr. Sin.
witnesses, the testimony given by wit. destroyers with all his mjght to bring the great I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Wasdin, of Wal- attended church here Sunday. -
the boat Sacra. clair I'oekJr.
nesses on such former trial may be Tampico, joining gun World War to a victorious conclusion. I .... do. were business visitors here Fri. Dave Dukes, of Alachua, was a vis
nento and the cruiser Dolphin also
Yours very truly, day. itor In our section Friday,
proved in the manner provided by law NEW SHINGLE MILL
has reached that Other destroyers
at a subsequent trial as secondary ev. have reached Tuxpan and Vera- L. C. RAY. I ; I Mrs. A. McKinney visited friends in Mabry Ilarrell was a visitor to
idence if it is shown the Dunedin, Fla., May 10', 1920. Gainesville Tuesday. Hrooker Saturday
satisfactorily All the machinery for Griffin and
Cruz and three more will go: with the ... -... .:._
witnesses have since died become insane Oklahoma. Johns' new shingle mill has arrived Mrs. Anna Youngblood. of Waldo, Miss Annie McLend of Dukes, was
left the jurisdiction of the court, METROPOLIS SOLD TO THEATRE and is being put up under supervisionof was shopping here Friday the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Willis .

or are sick and unable to attend to MAN | W. L. Wall. The machinery is the Sim Thomas and son; Charlie, of Sunday.
SIGN YOUR LETTERSThe most complete that be had for the C. M. Atnlreu has been
testify; and the admission of such evidence can Louise, were here Friday. spending a
under the circumstances does Atlanta, May 1C.-It was learned purpose. The mill will be located just Messrs. J. R. Revill and Jake Roberts few days in Jacksonville attending to
here today that the Jacksonville, Fla., north of the A
ginnery. large amountof
not violate the organic right of an ac. Telegraph occasionally receives I visited the county seat Thursday business.
cused to meet the witnesses against letters intended for publication, but Metropolis has been purchased by S.j cypress blocks is already on the Rev Woods, of Brooker, filled his Miss Ruth Ward spent, Sunday with
A. Lynch, of Atlanta, president of the ground, to be converted into shingles
him face to face. ; must lay them aside as they are not Appointment here Sunday.Rev. Misses Eva and Ruby Edwards.
theatrical Work will begin In a few days.
enterprises, operating
signed ,by the writers. If we should I Lynch throughout the southern states. I This enterprise will give work to Alfred McKinney has bpt'nconductln& Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Edwards and
TO such letters and their statements daughter, Corinne, wore guests of Mr,
THE VOTERS OF BRADFORD publish It is understood the was many and furnsih a market for cypress a week's revival at Samp.
COUNTYIt should prove to be'erroneous, newspaper ., timber. and Mrs. Joseph Williams Sunday.
we would likely to "get into hot water bought for investment purposes' but son.Mr.. and Mrs. O, W. Jyallllmt Sunday A large number of folks gatheredat

seems that there are a good many ," as we ourselves would then haveto the price was not .announced. I i GRAHAM at Hampton. the river Friday and celebrated the

who want to know if I am competentto assume the responsibility. Don't EPWORTII LEAGUE AND! B. Y. P. I Jesse Surrency and family, of Tampa fourteenth birthday of Elma Edwards.

attend to the duties of the tax col. write anything for publication that IT. PICNIC Graham, May 14.--'. I. Ogden: was are visiting his parents, Mr. and Plenty of Ash were caught: / and all enJoyed I
lector's office. As this is a good large you cannot substantiate or you would i I I a business visitor to Hampton Satur. Mrs. Bob Surrency. the day.

county and it takes time to make a dislike to be disputed by someone else, The Junior and-Senior B. Y. P. U'i 1'I day. Frank Abernathy, Mesdames Will Rev. N. T.'KIng, of New River, was 9

complete canvass, I take this methodof but if you write, sign your full name. and the Epworth League enjoyed a 1 J. O. Traxler, county agent, was Jones and Bessie Wynn attended the t visitor In our section Friday.
putting my qualifications before This is for our information. If you merry picnic Friday evening at Scott's' here Wednesday. movies In Starke Saturday. Rev. and. Mrs. T. J. Barnes attended -

the voters I expect to see them all choose to have the communication, landing, Kingsley lake. Between fifty i Misses Alma Price, Leta and Linnie Mrs Blanche Robinson, of Sampson the fish fry here Friday

in time, but while I am getting around when it appears in the paper, signed and sixty young people enjoyed Fogg, of Starke, were here Tuesday I' visited Mrs. Bessie Wynn Sun A. II. Surrency and David Kelly

the voters may be considering these with only your initials, or a nom' deplume bathing and a bountiful supper.. The | A crowd of our young folks enJoyed day. were the guests of T. 11. Edwards

facta. we .can .in most' cases accedeto grown-ups accompanying the crowd a wood sawing Friday night at the I I Mr. and Mrs. Jake Roberts and Mrs. Sunday.
I was born, raised and educated in your wishes, but we must Know who were) Mrs. F, A. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. i! home of J. A. J. McKinney. Jr. Will Jones motored to Starke Sunday Messrs. T. B. and J. V, Edwards

Bradford county, graduated from the the writer is. O. G. Cooper, J. C. Diggs, B. D. Law, | We are sorry to report Gertrude'I I afternoon. attended the Farmers, Union meetingat

Raiferd junior high school, had a special We do not encourage: the sending of Mrs. E. K. Perryman and Mrs. Jay i Wynn on the sick list. | A number of our folks enjoyed, a Little Springs Saturday afternoon.
course in arithmetic and studied communications that are apt to create Alderman. !I Murphy I'rlce has accepted a posl- ,trip to Santa Fe lake Sunday. Steve Hague is seriounly 111 at this

bookkeeping. Two seasons I attend bad feelintcs and will use our own dis. ------. -- tion at Brooker. i Remember the W O. W. picnic Sat. writing. 9;
ed to the tax work in Raiford, both cretion about giving them publicity.Any DEATH OF MR. ROONEYMr. I Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Goodg, of urday, May 16th. Mrs. H, L. Sprinkle was in our sec.

collector's and assessor's work. After such letter might stir up a hor. Sampson, were shopping here Satur I' Dixie C.E.. program: Sunday night: tion Friday.A .

being out of school four years, I nets' nest, f figuratively speaking,: and James Bryson Rooney died at day.The I Subject, Religion I Pays.Devotion surprise party was given at the
took the teachers' examination, with we cannot allow our space to be utll- his home Monday, May 12th, after I Woodmen Circle met Friday I led by Mrs. Bessie Wynn, home of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards

out one day's review and made a certificate zed for venting spite. i long suffering with cancer in the neck. : afternoon. | 1 Cor, 31823.: Friday night in honor of their daughter

and hare been teaching. I ----*.- .- . The tim for his funeral cannot be I Prof II. B. Wiggins, of Hampton, Lord's Prayer. fo lnlia. Music and games were enjoyed -

, know these are not big things but I MESDAMES! BROWNLEE ENTER. given at this writing, as it cannot was a business visitor here Tuesday. [ Song, "Onward, Christian Soldiers" until a late hour. Those present

, mention them to answer the questionsthat TAIN U. D. C. happen before the arrival of his son, I Mesdamcs Lando Maines, Andrew I II Script.ur.'t'adinlCa.. were Misses Eva, Ruby and Elms

:; have been asked. Mr. E. H. Rooney, of Lynn, Mass., I Sparks, Sam Pons and Miss Marcia God, our Reward, Gen. 5:1: Onla Edwards. Ruth and Nellie Ward, Geneva

! Now, friends, help me crown my efforts Tuesday afternoon the U. D. C. met who was notified of the sad. event by Turner of Mountencha, attended the Graves. and Lucile Ilarrell, Georgia Ed.

''' with success. Give me your with Mesdames J. L. and J. M. Brown- I telegram, and who is expected to arrive W. C, Friday. I : Rewards, Here and Hereafter, 1 Tim wards, Messrs. Arthur, Seeber and
j' vote. Very respectfully, lee, at their delightful home northwest as soon as possible. The remains I Mrs. D. J. Byrd is rlsitlng' relatives I 4:7.10: France Murrhee. Coy Edwards, Mabry and Cephus liar-

URY G. SAI>P. of Starke The spacious hall and were given In charge of Funeral Director and friends jr Tampa for a few weeks. Reward In Heaven, Matt. 6: 19-21, rell Richard Ward, Rand Crews, Luth-
--.-.... --' with Markley Johns of Starke visited I'r Harrell.
parlor-were tastefully decorated DeWitt C. Jones, who had them Mrs. Cord Abemathy. ... _
,,1': 33 MILLION LIVES WERE vases and bowls of splendid roses, and embalmed.The here Thursday.' .. | Reward of Peace, Phil. 4:0-0: Ruth ---- .

LOST IN WORLD WAR the Chapter spent an enjoyable after- deceased*was born in Connecticut Mrs. CX: W. Dyal and son, Irving, j Smith. N ANNOUNCEMENT I

./: noon at this lovely home. 62 years ago and was a machinistand were business visitors to Gainesville Reward In Character, Isa. 33:13.17: -
f P., t' :Nearly Ten Million Others Died as a Mrs. L. A. Davia presided over the boat builder by trade. He came Friday. I Math Wasdin. The Telegraph has only one new po. I

, Direct Result of Hostilities business. of the Chapter.the main feature to this section with his family nearly Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren, of Reward in Hope, Hob. 0:16.20WIl- itlcal announcement this week' being

... being Mrs J. M. Alvarez's excellent 20 years ago, and after the Peek road Ziff. were business visitors her Wednesday lard Smith. hat of B. D. Andrews, who 11a can.
1 ;"iTbe:' total lives |jt during the Worldi report -of. the annual convention had been laid out he bought a piece Song, Christ Is Crowded Out. idat* for constable In the Raiford
: War
.reached 35,308,000 according to
i \; ,
: ,, : final estimates by a Copenhagen society h.ldin Gainesville the 6th, 6tjh and of land on that road and >erected a Lonnl Parker, of Brooker, was In Benediction, district. Mr. Andrews. Is a.'ll"' known

"" ,- which was organized to study the 7th. Arrangements were made to entertain residence Just across the line in. Clay town Saturday. Everyone Invited to Dixie C., E. every young citizen of the district-and will
,' conseq'nences: the watv The figure the J. J. Dicklson camp at din county. Of late he had been in the -Ethel Dyal Avl Starling and Gladys Sunday night at 7:30. doubtless receive a largo vote.
,,'r were reached after exhaustive study ner on the 3rd of June, which is Jefferson naval stores business. He was a man Newsonv of Ziff) were here Wed- Karne.y Dowting and wife, of near S -

'f,.; m' There was 'a.decrease Jn birth rate Davis' birthday1. The Chapter of whom nothing but good was ever ncsday.Granger. Hampton, visited here Sunday afternoon DEATH OF E. T. KNIGHT
In the countries-involved, as 'Well as) deeMed to take the usual summer vacation heard and had, therefore, manyfrietufa Roberta is visiting hi. cou. -
Increase in deaths from cause directly therefore. no bu.lneu.meetlnar who join the' bereaved relatives sin C. B. Roberta Alvin. McKinney and .wit, spent Col D. E. Knight received a me-

attributed tothe war. win be held until the first Wednesdayin in mourning his departure. H* Mrs) Davis and daughter, Mrs Sunday at Brooker. sags Monday, May 3rd, stating that
",, I Actual military deaths totaled 8-. September. I leave a widow and the son mentionedbut Ward, were in Waldo Saturdy having --- . .... his brother, E. T. Knight' had passed
829,000.( Serbia i ill the heaviest. Little Martha Brownlee assisted the we have not yet been able to learnif some dental"work done.. SHIPMENTS; OF TRUCK FROM DE- way after a few days ,fines,. The

pared to.paratioD. hostesses in serving; a .delicious toe there-are more children: Roy Roberta of Vanderbilt, was a SOTO INCREASING funeral was conducted from his late

; :" METHODIST course of strawberry cream,chocolat; . .., T. H 0- I bual_ visitor here Tuesday. residence, in Lak Batter Wednesday
,", Rer. W. H. Guemey visited the Although some cucumber have been afternoon at .3 o'clock\ by the Methodist
Sunday school 9:15, a. m-, .L. A. and pound c*k'" erred In the most NOTICE MEMBERS W. O. W.CAMP
.. Dv4s'seperintendvnt4 tempting manner possible. --n; NO'Too < >>< county Mat Monday and Tuesday. shipped from DeSoto county for the minister, Rev, Major, and con

M<" Praaehlng 11 a. to, and SpEpwfwth . (. -, . .. 1'- :' Jake* Roberta returned from Jack part several weeks, shipment of,both. eluded at the grave by th* Woodmenof
.. bean and cucumbers Increased
7* League.'7:16''p. ro. MASS MEBTINC.AT LAWTET ; are reqaCd. to,fc* prevent' on sonvIHe Wednesday.Mrs. . during the past week. conIdorably On th* World, of which .order the de-
""< the night of'Ma' tat'as matter of John Eddy; of Mount ocha, ,...ed was a member,
I ,
"J' .- ; :Prayer1 l'1IeetiJlte; "; Mlidlt1', 8 p, 1ft. account of the rains and cola 'tbe shipment
"', '. j-: ',;::wm 'pracba "'Lha'tez' ,: Fridu, 9 Thr! win'be: .' .ait, m.tfYlJln be. lssportEi.wij require,'our attention. *.**> shopping here. Thursday hay* been much: lighter this Mr Knight leaves young wife and .- '

;:.;. I 'h)7; ," I:, ifay. ..U1'1'\ ; t ,"", :. '-" ',.t" "', half of the' Near, ,: East j 'Relief, .tLawtejr I.' District Manager-jote* will be '.res-I .M,.. Myrtle McKlnney spent Friday I year thaa 'th y. were last ,.ear. A two .mall children, and a host'of rlatfrvs .>

;I' .. :t-cDIOOS.; ', today-May Mtb. *t 9.p, m.,I *"*, ,: *fl: ,'f-W, .MORGAN. at LINi. I great many watermelon; grower ar*, who bar. the sympathy
Pastor ,at the MeJatcbnrlRoatb., .' < Clerk Arthur, Brown visited in Sampson I spraying their crop. for them In their bereavement.




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motored to Hampton -Friday afternoon -

F i Farmers of Starke was I In . ,1\.1/ : : .
r Bradford County our N. Limbaugh on business Tuesday. I '.t''I" !ij,.:

Clara Cone is on the sick list this
Women's Shoes Galore
TURKEY EGGS SCARCE keith farm labor scarce and expensivethis the bezaar to be held in the near future week. Mrs. Willie and daughter
year It will be necessary for the Mr. and
b Impossible to Secure Eggs for listening farmers to make a strong effort to Mrs. F. A. Scott of Starke was a of Graham, were visitors to town on
get the largest yield possible from the visitor to Hampton Tuesday. Mrs. Sunday afternoon.
Idea in Mrs A. B. Shaw and son,
area in cultivation. With this Mr. and
Scott resident of '
was once a
Y That there is shortage of turkey view C. K. McQuarrie State Agent.r'ommendl always Woodrow, of Gainesville, spent Sun-
a and has a host of friends who are mention the qualities of the shoe
eggs in the state for hatching is constant cultivation with her. day here with friends.. Tis useless to ,
glad to see
plainly demonstrated by the constant shallow working tools such as sweepsor Mrs. Chrischelo and' children of Mr. and Mrs W. S. Nabb and children listed below, but for the sake of our new customers we
''" acme harrow. This should be practiced City
1 received the for Sampson
number of inquires by left Monday
'- than ten day intervals Jacksonville returned to her home from $1.00 to $4.00 less than elsewhere.
state home demonstration poultry at not more where they will make their future can: say they're
specialist and county home demonstration during the growing period and last Tuesday morning after a short home. Careful attention given to mail orders.
continued to the time that the silks visit with her father W. E. Hutch-
_ _ agents concerning eggs for up Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu Sr., and
4,; hatching. According to Miss Minnie on the ear show a dried condition. Inson. Roy spent Sunday with relativesin White Eve Cloth Welt, Oxfords, Military Heel 6.50
Quite number of the corn growers son,
Floyd home demonstration agent in Messrs. A. A. McDonald and A. A.
t'' .w* charge of poultry work it is impossible of the state stop cultivating too early. Durden were visitors to Starke Mon- Alachua. White Eve Cloth Turn Strip Pump! French Heel 1 7.50
Some of them stop at the bunchingto E. B. Andreu Jr., of Alachua, was
to secure eggs even at a dollar White Kid Jazz Pump Turn, Baby French Heel_ 11.50
ii each. The great demand with the tassel stage in the existence of the day.Rev. in town Sunday
+,y"S corresponding high price last fall and crop and in the time when cultivation Armstrong of Lake Butler Rev. Ridcnour of Gainesville filled White Kid Jazz Pump Turn, French Heel ----_ 12.50
Ifti, winter caused a great many of the should be continued. The laying by ata filled his appointment at the Baptist his appointment here Sunday at the Oxford Turn, French Heel 12.50
White Kid ---------
certain of the growth church Sunday. He was accompanied
period crops'
turkey raisers of the state to sell all Missionary Baptist church
_. their turkeys but enough to supply Is not a. good agricultural. practice. by his daughter; Miss Crystal, who Messrs. Clarence Scaff and Wesley Black Kid Strip Pump Welt Baby French Heel 9.00

eggs for hatching on their own farm. e entertained the audience ten minutesat Williams of Worthington were pleasant Black Kid Jazz Pump Welt Military Heel______ 9.00
i Every available turkey egg in the WILL FORM CO-OPERATIVE MAR. the evening Session. Her subjectwas
\ visitors to our town Sunday af- Heel
state should be hatched this year. KETING BUREAU the "Usefulness of a B. Y. P. U. ; Black Kid Oxford Welt Military -------_ 9.00

Every turkey raiser should sell all the to a Pastor" She handled the subject ternoon. Black Kid Jazz Pump Turn Leather Louis Heel 9.50
: '. surplus ha has to some other per. The farmers In the Moline section Virginia Weeks who is attending
i ; eggs in such an interesting manner that every
c+ '" ;,;.r'- son for hatching even at this late ,' of Escambia county are discussing organization one present were entertained and school in Starke spent the week-end Black Kid Oxford Turn Leather Louis Heel____ 9.50

t ;,., date. ; of a cooperative m.rkptinganocl.tion. benefitted.Mrs. here with her parents Black Patent Colt Welt Jazz Pump Baby
: This organization wouldbe
raisers to keep a i
Turkey are urged
:", , larger flock of breeding stock! this fall mainly for the purpose of market McNeally of Ocala, is the Eldon Baxter is spending a while French Heel _________________________ 9.00
t'-," for another year's supply of hatchingI ing sweet potatoes and hogs. Many guest of her sister, Mrs. F. E. Henry here with relatives. Black Patent Kid Turn, Oxfords French Heel__ 11.50
i sheep will be brought Into this part of this week. Misses Ruby and Eva Edwards of
eggs.Anyone having eggs for hatching the state in a very short time. <.. Miss Eva William. was attendingto Old Bradford, were shopping in town Brown Calf Welt, Wing Tip Oxford Military

u ..... will do.the people of the state a favor business in Starke Tuesday Saturday afternoon.The Heel ___ _____________________________ U.OO

,, t r I'i-- by informing their local county home SHIPMENTS OF CELERY MOVING Miss Mabel Seals, of Jacksonville Mesdames Johns of New River Brown Kid, Strip Pump Welt, Military Heel ____ 9.00
i .I demonstration agent. is visiting In Hampton this week were in town Saturday afternoon.
'" of in lots from Covered French
Literature and instructions on turk Shipments celery car Brown Kid, Jazz Pump Turn
the Sanford district in Seminole Marion Sullivan of Tberessa, 'was a Alva Thomas of Pine Hill 'was in
be secured coun-
0'. ey raising can by writing ___________ '____ _____ 11.50
. to Miss Minnie Floyd home demonstration ty will not end before the first 'of visitor to Hampton Tuesday. our town Saturday and while here vis- Heel ___ __ --
''; ;, i' '1:" poultry specialist Florida June. Sweet and field corn well start Dr. W. E. Middleton of Starke was ited her grandmother Mrs. Tiercy Brown Kid Oxford Turn Covered French Heel 12.50
4'4 State College for Women Tallahas4iee ed. Beans, cucumbers and other attending to professional business in Roberts.
2 to 8 D Width.
and Turns /fc
Sizes Welts ,
j ;; fine.
i ,: Florida. spring crops are /growing Hampton Tuesday.Mr. D. M. Malphurs was In town Tuesday -
Young-blood, of Theressa was Sizes Turns, 4 / to 6, ABC Widths.
{ I !4t r STANDARD VARIETIES SWEET TRUCK CROPS BEING SPRAYED in Hampton Tuesday Ben Crosby, who is attending the
Mr and Mrs. R. D. Rawtey of Green normal at Lake Butler spent the
sweet potato is" one of the most The truckers of Marlon county are Cove Springs, were visitors to Hampton weekend here.
f ;' Important crops of Florida and for spraying their crops at the first appearance recently. Duggar Jones of Sampson City
f this reason care should be observed in of any Insect enemies or die Mrs P. E. Johns of Starke Is the spent Saturday here with friends ALVAREZ &' GRAHAMThe
Tomatoes are being sprayedfor
., ;k preparing the soil fertilizing and cultivating. eases.worms and blight. Watermelonsare guest of Mrs W H. Griffin this week. 'I. W. Pinholster Jr., motored to
r This crop can be planted later Miss Hannah of Starke Alachua .
Swindel Sunday.N. Store
being sprayed to control spiders, Dependable
4 in the season than most of our stem
,;i?+, ple' crops, thus allowing a crop of aphis and anthracnose. was a visitor here Tuesday. G. Hall, of Gainesville, spent
+, a winter grain on the land before the Mr. McKolskie and family of Sunday here with friends. Mr. Hall
potato crop. The land should be 'well POTATOES PROMISING DUVAL Hague were guests of Mrs. H. B. Geiger 'was a teacher In the Brooker schoolin

:, drained and thoroughly plowed in ad- la-U-dv.nced Sunday 1916 and has many friends here \
,. vance of planting time. Farm work considering Mrs Ed Abernathy and son, of Graham who were glad to see him. I
According to C. K. McQuarrie state the scarcity and high price of were the guests of Mrs. Aber- Arthur Edwards of Old Bradford
,, agent Florida farmers are producing labor The Irish potato crop is very nathy's grandmother Mrs Hester attended church here Sunday night.L. .
promising, although the stands are

i ',;t r:+ crop too preventing many for shipment varieties the standardizing to of northern potatoes of, mar thus the :not nicely.perfect.A few The outbreaks plants are of fruiting blight! Jones E. ,R.Tuesday Poppell was shaking hands Thursday.. Morgan motored to Hampton 6 mmmlm 11 8I mmrnmlllllllllllllllilimmlllllllllillmllmmlmilimmilmrnrnml II I ( I I II Q m l r Ipl mmllimllmrnllil I III! !

kets.! The farmers would do well to have occurred but are not serious. All with his many .Hampton friends Mon. "Fred Hazen and Lewis Shriver were
'"..'" confine themselves to about two va kinds of livestock in good shape. day.Mrs. visitors to LaCrosse Friday evening.Mr .
'/ ',.': rieties an early and a late. The Triumph -S.- Price of Live Oak has beena and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children S
r t' wouuld i be a good early potato. FARM BUREAU IN POLK COUNTY guest of her son, S. B. Price. motored to Starke Sunday after
, By planting in April the potatoes are Miss Emma Hicks had as her guest
"' ready for market in August. For the Much interest Is being displayed In noon.Mrs.
; Saturday and Sunday Miss Crystal Brown, who has been spendinga Swift &
? ) late the Polk county in the organization of a CompanyDoes
,. crop Porto Rica yam is a desirable Armstrong of Lake Butler. few days with relatives left Thurs
variety. It i Is a heavy yielder farm bureau. Three communities areespecially
r\ Alva Saxon has the and
joined for
The navy day her home in Dunnellon.
and keeps 'well if allowed to mature interested. .packinghouses
have resumed operations againand will leave in a short while for Norfolk Mr. and Mrs. Warren DeFlurry of
ea thoroughly; before harvesting. Not Control \ Its
,, r'. ."?U,", In'preparing for the crop low beds one house reported grapefruit scl. Va., to enter training. We congratulate New York were visitors here Sunday
rk t ," about four feet apart from center to ling for $7.60 per box In northern mar him and wish him success. afternoon.
i 01);." center should he made. When stable kets. .. Death of Mra. Rachel Matilda Nimmo Arthur Scay of Waldo passed
; ;! manure Is available furrows about 4 Mrs Nimmo wos born in Knoxville through our town Monday. Raw MaterialOther
M i L":' . feet apart should be opened and the TRUCKING IN IIERNANDO Tenn., in 1842. She moved to Anna Mrs. C. Tyler is spending this week
f M manure used at the rate of 6 to 0 tons Ill., in 1850 where she spent the remainder with her parents! in Starke.
p ;..'' ._ per acro. This manure should be bedded A number of the farmers or Her- of her childhood days, and Mabry Harrell and Rand Crews of
", one furrow from"each side and nando county are spraying their watermelons received her education In 1861 she Old Bradford
spent Saturday afternoon
left until planting time. Then apply with good results. The crop
was married to Mr. J. W. Nimmo. At
400() to (!00 pounds per acre of commercial is looking fine and from the present here.
f fertilizer on the half beds and finish outlook quite a few tars of melons the age of 19 she accepted Christ as Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney of yK
ic. the beds. Where no commercial will be shipped from this county during her savior and was united with the Louise, visited the latter's parents
( fertilizer (is used It Is recommended tot the season.-" Beans are beginning Pleasant Ridge Baptist church.In Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen, Sunday. w fa' wt rc
a"plyabout one-third the amount in to come on the market and are of a 1882 she removed to Florida and Resale Colson was on the sick list r e -
4 "L the furrow and a few days before splendid quality Prospect are good united with the First Baptist churchof Monday. c

planting apply the rest to the half for a bumper tomato crop, the tomatoes -I Hampton where her membership Hanoi Warren spent the weekendat
; made bed. on the high lands are looking especially remained until death. She was the home. .. '
F In fields where weeds and grass are fine. The cool nights have a.. Q
seven children three of Mr.
likely to prevail" it is recommended to tendency to turn the corn yellow, but and Mrs. S. V. Andreu and children ', h plc
t '. make the beds at first without any fertilizer It has not been injured to any extent. 'I whom preceded her to the grave. Her visited in the Pine Hill section
'"toy,,' and remake them just before There la a large: acreage of Irish po- husband passed away 18 years ago. Sunday afternoon.Iris fd
t ', planting time. By doing this the .Utocg in the county and the crop is She was noted for her pleasant disposition Godwin spent Sunday here with ? ut
weeds and grass will have started to about, ready to begin shipping. and kind, loving manner. She her cousin, Ona Rita Ward.
4 grow and the remaking of the beds day 'was faithful to her church duties and Those who spent Saturday eveningat

atroys them and will give a cleaner: COLUMBIA COUNTY TO HAVE: A taught her children to love and serve the home of Mr. and Mrs P. M. industries can buy their raw
condition fo the growing crop POTATO CURING PLANT God. Sha had been in bad health for Barefoot were Misses Hazel Warren
The- main part of obtained should 19 year., though she endured her pain and Eunice flaxen Messrs. Fred Lucia materials according to need or judgment,
..... be planted from vines from Plans see being discussed and figures with remarkable and and
Shew. Marvin
'" C draws set out earlier in the season. I obtained on material for a potato patience. n Hazen E. W, Carter set a selling price. They need
,', The vines should be cut about 15' curing plant for Columbia county. confined to her bed for only a week Otis Barry Is very ill with typhoid manufacture
ji Inches long and laid on the bed 15 tot I Several of the farmers and businessmen before her death. She was a kind fever and hill friends who are sorry only what they can sell at
r 18 Inches apart, the butte all pointing plan to install a small fertilizer wife and mother a good citizen anda to learn of his illness, winh him a their price.
1 one way; then push the Joint next to mixing\ plant in connection with the devoted Christian. We miss her speedy recovery
'I the butt} using a forked stick to a sweet potato curing house. This will but we trust that she is in the arms Mrs. Ted Lewis was shopping here w
depth or 'about 8 inches If this is enable the farmers to secure fertilizer of Jesus. She died at 10 p. m., May Monday afternoon Cotton, wool, wheat, lumber, iron
f" done on freshly made beds the soil\ of any analysis desired without the 6, 1920- J. W. L. Pinholster of the Pine Hill steel and other non-perishables be
j will naturally park and better IIt.nd't' can
a filler' and sweet potatoes and corn Besides a large circle of friends she section attended services here Sun.
Ill q ,i wil Ibe secured! than on beds made aweek will be accepted in payment. It is leaves to mourn her loss four children day. held either by their producers or their
or more previous to planting.The !. planned to install a small grain eleva.
4, average yield from this crop tor by next season Misses Mary and Ada Nimmo J. W. Mrs Linda Sowell waa on the sick users until needed.
? in the state is about 80 bushels per -- - .-- ..- .-.- -- Nimmo, and Mrs W..P. Birt of Alach. list last week but Improving now.
acre. With proper- methods of soil MELON GROWERS OF CITRUS OR. ua county. E. T. Stewart of Willeford, spent
preparation, fertilization and planting: GANIZEThe Card of Thanks the week-end with his -family. But live stock comes to market every

the yield would be materially increas We wish to thank our friends for I.. Morgan has moved to the Brooks day in fluctuating quantities from scat-
ed. The Florida product is yearly becoming melon growers of Citrus county services rendered during the illness Cottage' recently vacated by W. S.
. more popular on the northernmarkets have formed an organization for the and death of our dear mother. We Nabb. tered sources wholly uncontrolled and

3' a ,L e 1 importance farmer and of we this urgently crop!: to the stress,.'lorlla the marketing. All of melons watermelons will be graded cooperatively. and. thank efforts! the to prolong physician; life for and his lessen faithful pain. Mr.Mr.and and Mrs Mrs.L. L.I. Johns W. Pinholster and Herbert and at times without regard to market needs.

.n under
packed the supervision of
e one Rouse attended the fish
at Dukes
We thankthe friends fry
k Each melon many who came
man. will have a sticker
( CORN SHOULD UK CULTIVATED stating the grade l and where the melon from time to time and helped care ferry Friday An immediate outlet must be found

f M, UNTIL j SILKS; ARE: !DRY came from. The acreage represented for her, and speak words of kindnessto Mr. and Mrs. price of Graham are for the perishable products at. whatever
in this organization was eight hundred her. We are thankful for the beau occupying the Gainey cottage!:
,p'} Corn being one ;of; the most important and fifty.Arl'.ngeml'ntB. tlful floral offerings and we wish to Remember to attend the B. Y. P. U. price as only a very small proportioncan
I crops of a Southern farm\ have been made to thank .the little girls for their kindness next Sunday night at the Missionary be stored.
diiitribute 45 Duroc pigs among the Baptist church.
in so
carefully placing beau-
farmers of Citrus
nl county through the
tiful fragrant flowers the little
Citizens Rank of Inverness. on
FOR SALE-A new seven drawer No one can foresee
mound where mother sleeps. Misses or stipulate what
Mary and Ada Nimmo Mr. J. W. Snger!: Sewing machine. S. L. Alvarez they shall
1 HAMPTON Nimmo Mrs W. P. Birt. Starke! Fla. 5-14-tf.) bring; prices must fluctuate

1 i i1r -- ---S from day to day to insure the
Hampton May 14.-The .Ladies Aid i I. Fruit all sizes. keeping
Society met at the home of Mrs. A. A.Durdm BROOKERBrooker\J, 1".'. KickliUsr.Jar caps 6-14-2t and market clear. ,
Tuesday May 4th. The attendance -
was good and quite a little May 14.-Alton Jones and .
GoMHorseshoes work; was done In getting ready for Miss Murray Malphurs were unitedin Only the most exacting care of every '

the holy bonds of matrimony WOODPhone detail of distribution i enables I'
t. I other Chill and Fever Tonic on the Misses Marguerite Shriver and May Swift & Company to make the small
market but no one wants imitations. lemons: left Friday for Jacksonville profit from all
They are dangerous things in the medicine where they have secured positions sources of a fraction ':of a
1 lino.-Adv. Fred Hazen motored to Gainesville 13 Cooper cent per pound t
Expense is not efficiency. necessary for it to continue U

,, Don't pay for gold horseshoes 1C')1DI\1mIII'':) Tuesday Dr. W E. Middleton. of Starke 'wasa and Snellgrove for to obtain, capital and maintain I

when :you buy :your printing. SHIP YOUR FRUITS AND VEGETABLES professional visitor here Saturday. operations. I p,

Sensible printing on ..en.ibl.paperHammen.wl IN SEASON ALSO EGGS Mrs 1. W. Pinholgter, Jr., spent the your wood. Prompt
Bond weekend with relatives in Alachuaand

I fora, -will result save for you money and Received on consignment. mencement while there exercises attended of the the Alachua com- i delivery, and $1.50 Swift & Company, U. S. A. ;

4 get you. Highest market return high school. :worth sold for
That is the kind of work we Promptly made. Will buy Miss Laura Lewis is seriously ill
I do and the kind of paperwe this week. -
outright price are right. I
use. Mrs Jno. Shriver and son, Lewis &
Hayward Randolph Com. Market Cooper Sneilpve a
Use More Printed
40 E. Bay St. Jacksonville Rub-My.Tiam Is a great pain killer.It .

i.. Sakst: >aaaslt p. Ask IIIh Reference Atlantic NaO Bank: relieve pain and soreness caused Starke Fla. --
by Rheumatism. Neuralgia Sprains, ,
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FRIDAY fAY U. 1920.

t !" : Lefric Johns and wife were in our I --MILLER -!;

section Sunday afternoon. -
Mr. and !Mrs. Turner, of Jacksonville Miller May 14.-Mr. and Mrs. Marion

t" are visiting Mr and Mrs. Ben Sullieantatted the letter's parents GUYS
Renfroe. Mr. and Mrs. II. C, Peeples, last
0' I F County News Items Mrs. Turner is numbered on the sick Sunday. t
list this week Mrs. H. C. Peeples wa bitten by a

Prayer meeting every Saturday poisonous spider Sunday morning and
night. which caused her interse suffering.|I : -T TL -
: I t r.ftln, Facts Gathered During the Week br Our Jackson Rivers is on the sick list She was attended by Dm. Carefootand ,

I. Regular Correspondent this week. King.!
j Mrs. Sinegal Holder has returned to I

r' p.- __ JI LR'TEB'Lawtey her home in :Miami after spending a
I' while with her patents, Mr, and Mrs.H. .

i ;:. THEKESSA WATERMILL May 14.-Mrs. Claud Hawkins C. Peeples.Mr. .

'" of Ormond was the guest last and Mrs J. L. Brown were In
I sl
I Theresa May 14_Rev. J. B. 14, Mrs. Ida week.
r Watermill, May Thede. Lake City on business last
week of Mr. and Mrs
I, j,yr Christian Crews, of New River, preached at the Goodge and son Engel and Alvah Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns of Mr. and Mrs Russell Parrish, of
J ,;, church Sunday. Thomas were shopping in Drooker on Dukes visited her parents; Mr. and :
Starke visiting relatives and
Mr. and Mn. II. E. Moorer and eon were :
I Arthur returned Saturday afternoon Saturday. friends last week. Col."Adkins is a Mr T. H. Waters, Sunday.
I';: from Miami where they had spentseveral Willie Brown mado a business tripto candidate for state senator. Murray Thomas was a business visitor

w weeks.T. Lake City Tuesday. Dr. E. L. Biggs of Starke, was a to Lake Butler Saturday.
I I .' B. Treat was transacting business Miss Bertie Thomas spent the week professional visitor to Lawtey Satur- Mrs. E. B. fliers has returned home
I ,, I': in Starke Saturday. end in Starke.Mr. day. after spending a short while with relatives After a hearty

' 'I S. B. \Voodard, of Sanford spent and Mrs. A. II. Warren of Ziff, .L. L. Sapp was a visitor to Starke in South Florida.
I''I 'ft.. .--_-- Saturday night and Sunday with his were in our burg last week. Sunday. Seeber Stowes and Eurie Brown Ii. I meal. you'd

t', ;. '- family.Mr. C. A. Youngblood and daughter Willie Fowler made a business tripto Henry Redding of Raiford, hat were among the visitors to Lake Butter I.

Nealie returned Saturday afternoon Bell Saturday. been visiting his brother, Morgan Friday. I avoid that
I I after several weeks visit in South Those on the sick list last week who has been very sick. + ,

'I" Florida with relatives and friend. were Misses Reba Brown Alvah Thomas Mr. and Mrs James Goodfellow and ZIFF 1 stuffy feeling

1" S. R. Swindel was transacting butil- and Mrs. Ida Goodge. children returned a few days ago from I '
mess In Gainesville Thursday. Mrs. Viola Thomas has received a South Florida where they had spent Ziff, May 14.-Rev. J. Woods was I Jill'- if you chewa
,. ".' Mrs. Norton of Hastings, ill i spend. letter from her son, Darrell Carter, I several weeks in our burg Saturday while en route

.:.. I Ing several days here with relatives who is with the military forces in the J. C. Cone of Brooker spent Saturday to Graham. stick of
I and friends. Canal Zone, stating be likes the coun. in Lawtey. Ellery Thomas has returned home

' :, i. Woodard John Hall Cecil Saturday Moore and at Crystal Samuel try fine. W. H. Edwards was in Starke last after eight month employment in

lake fishing.U. spent. : Duggar Jones, of Sampson City week. Wauchula.
;was in this section last week.E. Thomas visiting friendsin WRIGLEYSOther
Ellery was
< Mrs. Louis Marr and Mrs. B. L.
f" M. King was a visitor to Gainesville
.( Thursday.Mrs. M. Johns of Starke was electioneering Blanchard were visitors to Starke first the Pine Hill section Sunday.

I.: Gco. Andreu and children. Ber- : in our section Wednesday. of the week. I :Many of the people of our section

" I nice, and Geo. Jr., returned Friday to Gentry Stokes was attending tobueineae Miss Simmons of Melrose, has been I are planning to spend tomorrow at
t ; their home in Macon Ga., after a few in New River! Tuesday I the Graham picnic.
the Mrs Ernest
Jf Rev.
guest and benefits teeth.
fJ!i I.: weeks' visit with relatives.Miss Those visiting in our section Sunday Boyer: Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Warren C. M. : to

;: Estelle Woodard and brother were Messrs. Ardell Drawdy, Romie Everett Burney and family of Jacksonville Kelly, W. R. Warren and Lonnie Parker breath appetite. nerves.That.s
I, Samuel', were shopping in.the county Dekle Charlie Fowler, Ernest McKinney motored were visitors to the county seat .
to Lawtey
: metropolis Monday. Milly Edmondson Ellery Thomas Saturday.
; Willis m Hall, of Waldo spent Sun- and Purvis Lewis Sunday with relatives a stood deal to
tf day with his Mr. and Mrs. M. Albert Dubose of Starke, was a vis.
t parents Mr. and Mrs. Mill Harris, of Samp.
' Hall. son City were guests: of Mr. and Mrs. itor to Lawtey Sunday. FAMILY net! for 5 centsl!
II' , Charlie Phillips, of Larking arrived George Fowler Sunday, Rev. II. C. Taylor filled his regular
, t Sunday after having time at Saxton Sunday.
spent some appointment
Jake of
Iai.j'' : there. I j( Ward lirooker passed Jesse Reddish and son, J. T., were
,j} Mr. utid Mrs. Lawton Baylor and through: our burg Monday( morning. business visitors to Starke Friday. ALL WELL?
\Sj daughter Ella of Brooklyn attended Sallie Carter was in Brooker Satur. Right
Henry Burney was a visitor to Jacksonville Sealed Tieht-KePt
,... church here Sunday. day.Mr. first of the week. : -
p7, .' Mr and Mrs. L. V, Moore and children and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and chile Rev. W, L. Overstreet filled his WHEN YOUR FRIENDS ASK THAT
.,el I, of Staike motored to Theressa dren spent Sunday in the Ziff section Melrose His : CAN YOU ALWAYS SAY
at Sunday.
:'\ '.. Sunday afternoon and spent a short with his brother R. A. Lewis. "YES!"
Miss Cora Belle
i'I I daughter: accompa-
time with relatives Anyone having news, except grass
I'a't1 Mr and Mrs M. Z. Sullivan and in people's crops, report it to the correspondent tied him. I' I '
daughters Emma Joe and Doris spent. who will gladly receive it. Miss Delia Blanchard spent Sunday MANGAN BUILDS RED I kt)) 1'E
l with relatives in Melrose. BLOOD
the week-end at Miller the guest: of Miss Bcitie Thomas left Mondayfor
! .- tier parents Mr. and Mn. II. C. Pee- Lake Butler where she will attend Mrs J. B. McCulley and sons, Frank
: ,, pics. the normal. and James of Jacksonville spent the THE HAPPY FAMILY IS THE ON

i r r Minn Stella ClovrrsKlle) who has week-end with relatives WHERE EVEUOBODliAS a
,{ G been visiting her grandparents at PINE HILL Rev. Boyer' filled his apopintmcnt at RED-BLOODED HEALTH : / c N IpII
tirandm. Is .spending the week herewith I Island Grive Sunday.
It her parents \Mr, and Mrs. Fred I IIi Pine Dock Norman of Raiford was a
Cloverscltle. I Hill !May 14.' -J. E. demons Children should not be pale and wan

Autumn Youngblond and Charlie' was in Brooker Thursday attending: visitor here Saturday. Women should not be tired, weary and

White, of r fii ham, were guests. Sunday to business. The Lawtey junior high school resumed blue. Young girls should not be sallow -
nt the )home of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. I). G. Kelly who has been spending: its session May 4th, after u listless and anemic. Men should -The Flavor Lasts-
Swindel. some time with hi. brother John Kelly recess on account of the flu. Teachers not feel run-down and poorly.

i' ., The farmers ore busy picking; beans I. of Melrose, in visiting his daughter are. Prof. Selden, Prof. C. R. Sapp Poor health and lack vitality
\ now, cucumbers are ready for market Mrs. Alice Surrency. Mrs. ..arl.Tone Mrs L. H. Hill Miss often merely the result of
,.' and there will .soon be plenty of Irish Messrs. B. Nellie Strickland, Miss Barbour. impoverished
Andreu Jr., and J. A. blood.
for market. .
potatoes -
)Douglass, of Alachua were In our sec Gude's Pepto-Mangan is for
Mr. and Mrs. I n. W. Moore were SAMPSON: CITY people / --
'\ visitors to llnmpton Saturday. lion Thursday afteinoon. They were whose bodies suffer from lack of proper .", "
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Summers and accompanied home by Mlsc Havana blood nourishment. Pepto-Mangan (
G' hildren, of South Florida, are expected Cone. Sampson City May H.-Mr. and enriches the blood and increases the Our
\!;. to arrive here this week on a visit Lucian, Ralph and Emery Hazer Mrs. R. M. Guthrie Misses Eflie Edith number of healthy red blood cells, 1-a
with relatives and friends. in Brooker and Bertha Sloan Link Williams
were afternoon.A
lant) <'l flatten was a visitor over toN [t, Surrcncy Saturday and daughter( Rosa, and Joe Hill spent Sunday in Haw which proper are nourishment so necessary vigorousness to carry the -l::( J5.
1 Hampton Sunday
Ii ,
afternoon were shopping Brooker Saturday
to of the Congressman
part -
1 '. -- afternoon. T. E. Oldham was a visitor here every body.
III Co II LA Nit Monday.J. It contains the very properties that Q '
Mr. and !Mrs J, E. demons and I R. Bevlll, of Graham, was hereon are so sorely needed to build up thin, rr ,

l ? Highland. May 14.-U. M. Plummerof children were guests of their daughterMrs. business Monday. watery blood Physicians call it the ,r ;

MnnnK'C, spent, Wednesday herewith L. M. Gay of Providence Saturday W. A. Hunt was a visitor to Ramp Red Blood Builder. l Lr r"la.. .... :
friends, .going on to Jacksonville and Sunday. ton Saturday and Sunday. For your convenience Pepto-Man I I" "I. ..j:1 I

b t to visit his sister, !Mrs Joe Ford, for a Mrs. James Crews and grandaugh- Mrs. R. R. Burrows and son, of gar is prepared in two forms liquid I lL I, \ What does he think of
few days before returning to his homeMrs ter Blanche were In the Watermill 1 and tablet. J (
section this Starke, were visitors here Monday, Both contain exactly the ; ,, the farmer? Was he ever !
Mary Ferry of Augusta: Ga., week. same medicinal value. -
,Marvin Ogden was here on businessSaturday. is 'e-a .
farmer himself Does
Miss a
visited. 11. C. Wimlierly and family Iris Godwin was in Brooker Insist on the genuine Pepto-Man I

pia Friday and Saturday, he being en- Saturday, guest of Jennie Maude Miss Mamie Hall has returned from gan. To be sure you are buying the ; he care more for free seeds for city

route to Staike: to visit her niece Mrs, Crosby Rand Crews Palatka where she had been visiting genuine Pepto-Mangan ask your druggist "9 folks than for county agents fore
was the of'hili
Frank Hoover. guest her sister, Mrs. Tom Thomas. for "Gude's". And be sure th farm folks? Is he for the farmers
Mrs. G. B. Colnon, of Brooke ,
Misses CnHftic Pndgett: and Maggie : W. S. Nabb, of Brooker has moved name "Gude's" is on the package.Adv. .-
f? : Crews nod 1 1tt'II! W. L. Padgett: Saturday. his family here where he has employ. I now that he's elected or has he for
were victors to Stntke Saturday! Misses Ozcna Melvin Willie Mae ment. gotten them?
Messrs. Fred and David Moore and Oliver, Rosa Suirency, Messrs. Bustis -
C. B. Roberts of GI'.ham.
was Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Kelly Chester Andrcu of New
Bryant Reddish of T.awtey w're'lsl lending to business here Monday. Dnuuln,,-fund monrr If PAZO OINTMENT fO
River Evan fells
tors here Sunday Hodge: Ellery Thomas, Mn. R. N. Cain of Louise, is visitIng tncun lichlntf Blind 9ldmiof, | rrotrudiuA; Pile*. 7 COUNTRY
W. F. and! Charlie Cone Mr. and Mrs.Ed relieve' Itching Pile e :
II. C. Wimberly, Jr., visited friend*, Lewis and children were her daughter, Mrs. W. H.[ Sloan. ruatwl Instantly seep after tb Hut auoilcnuaa.and Price can 5i a i'-x I
nt Lawtcy Sunday.C. among
Dave Swindel visited
the visitors at the home of A. L. Given at the ".r q
M. Click, of Jacksonville
wan a
SundaY: home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. SloanSunday. 611II< quickly relieves Constipation tr"D.J1TL MANhas
l visitor hero Saturday.
&' Mrs. II. C. Wimltcrly 'and dRIIJht..r.Wlnlf'el. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. CoUon A. I.. Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and i, i ..
Green and .. Mrs. Graham has returned to Jaeper Headaches, due to Torpid Liver a:
sons Roy and Leslie Misses
spent tho weekend here, ,
after spending time with 1
Minnie I been hunting the farmers, in
and Pearl Greene Iva Col- up
returning to I.awtoy Sunday after her '!
daughter byre B. M.
't noon.Misses son, Willie Mae Oliver, Ozone Melvin Mr. end Mrs. K. Smith Kelly.and Ain StrongVornen I; Congress-and, let me tell you, it's
r Leona Thelmn and F.thol Virginia Colson Messrs. W. F. and like for
Blanche Robeison attended the movies a needle in a hay.I
Charlie Cone, Dave Gicene, Chester By. JJR. VALKNTIMMOTT.. I'
CiriflU\ spent Siiturxltiy' in I.awtey shopItuford ;
ping.'jl :, Andreu. attended church at New River Sturke Friday night. stack. At any rate, it is finding out
'jl Sunday morning I Mrs. Edd Smith of Gainesville was k I who are the farmers'
friends and
Hipgnbotham:; of Maxville, a visitor here, Monday. I
? vas a visitor hole Saturday, Miss Geneva Summers, of Lake City Mr. and Mis. Lem Brown, Mr. and w lJ i.. ': that's something to know. 'J
w A. .t, Wilkinson, of Glen St. Mary, spent part of the week with her aunt 1\11'11. Lester Kite made 6'1 1 I In the Issue
Mrs. B. O. a trip to Graham %\) L. C rfJ1A of THE ington TH1tCOUNTRY
di, Colson. .,
nrrlved\ !Mnn'iry'' t.'i it hU parents, Sunday ) t CaUllTRY CLNrLE GENTLEMANWillkeep '
" Mr. and :Mi 15. Wilkinson, for ,a few Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Colson gave I a Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Guthrie attended "" ''' '( ) MAN that will M' out you posted if you read ,
I J1' party Friday night in honor of thel"tt..r'lI next week\ there's a big it week and fol
: the movies I every
daysMrs. Saturday night at thecounty
; H. Wimberly.. Miss Beth niece, Miss Geneva Summer seat. Jtl :' \,\ article called "How lowitsWashjngtondjsIt
Wmborly coil M.Kth; ; ..l Uliksu>roihopplng Several were ptesent and enjoyed the : \ Congressmen Vote." I patches. 0' Best way I,
Miss Ems Sloan I.l visiting
( her aunt R wish you'd read it -itsure
", in the n"1I'1.\ Tuesday. I evening.Charlie to get them is by sub
Mrs. R. R. Burrows, this week is
Cone attended the \\ 4 an eye-opener. scribing. Comes right I
-- ----- surprise ) \
at Will Among those attending. the fish fry \ < I There's an election to your mail box 52
party Andrews of New
DEATH RATTLE OF Saturday night River at Sampson Lake Saturday were, isles \\ cominllon.Gndthefarmtimel a year--a great, .
; a Lester K. Smith, Blanche Robrrson, Delia 'Ii II \V omen ersehould their know who are big: farm weekly, full of .
was in Brooke friends in Wash-
Saturday! Thomas and children, !\IrY.! li. /: 'i and men too fine friendly articles.

Mr. Sloan and children Lynk Williams -ar just as And it Costa Only $1.00 for a Whole Year
CALOMEL IN SOUTH? and Mrs S. V. Andreu and chitdren IJ'Ii
Bertha Eftle and Edith Sloan i :
of Brooker were guests of Mrs. -- ---... strong end .
Lou Cone Sunday.C. CROSBY LAKE healthy as MRS. E. C. WELLS
W. and B. O. Colson motored to I 'E their blood. 'I

Dodson ii Destroying, Sale of I Lake Butler Sunday afternoon. Crosby Lake,May -!Mr. and Mrs -- $ Vigor and RAIFORD[ FLA.

Dangerous Drug with His I Roy Godwin was in Lake Butler on M. J, McRac and children and Mrs.Klzzie 3Qitz'| health come I
Sunday. Benton were visitors to t'ie I An authorized" wbwlpttai 11
npmcnutlv of
"Liver Tone.
------. with good
Boatdrain section; Sunday I TbaCeaetgCanlLsaaTheladui. Hum.Joareal, tke5atsr4arE... .roet
LONG ItUIOGK Frank Bryant and Arthur McRae blood. Without pood red blood a t\ II Ir vr t1.10 II 100-11.11 II __-II.M
visited friends in woman has a weak heart and
You're bilious, sltiKRliili, constipated Baker county Saturday poor tier'AL.tCHUA .
'! and believe you need vile\ domgnrou calomel Long Bridge, l\Ia114..D. E. Knight and Sunday ner\es. ,
tt i'' to start your liver and clean your of Starke, was transacting! business Kitty Bryant is on the sick list this In the spring is the best time to

f bowels. hero Wednesday. week take stock of one's condition. If COUNTY TO GET MORE -
t Here's Dodaon's guarantee! ARk your I Mlas[ Iva Sprinkle of Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. Wensen, of Jacksonville the blood is thin and watery face STATE AID 'I were successful In having the road
druggist for a bottle of Dodaon's Liver was in our section Saturday attending were visitors at the home of Mr. I leading from Old Town through
or pimply, if one is tired and -
If I Idoesn't It ,
Tone and take a spoonful tonight. Trenton
to business and Mrs. Stobo during the week-end. listless Road Will lie Continued and Newberry to Gainesville,
liver and straighten generally weak .
start a Spring Through Wai1o
your I Lula Scarborough, of Lake'nt Prayer meeting Sunday night was designated as State Aid Road No. 8.
you right up than calomel and Tonic should be taken. An old- and Starke to Baldwin
without griping or making you sick X the week-end here with Winnie well attended. Will be held at the fashioned herbal remedy that i, This means that .a soon as bonds can
back to the store and Mae Cason. home of P. B. Bryant Sunday night. was be
want you to go used by .Tohn T. chairman sold and other arrangements made
get money. II W M. Hodges of Starko spent Friday It. M. McRae attended church at nearly everybody CO years of the
your board: this road
t Take calomel too 4y and tomorrow you and Saturday with relatives and Starke Sunday. ago is still safe and sane because it of county commissioners; G. W ,: will be surfaced with a good

wilt, feel weak and sick and nauseate friends.Donie. Mr *nd Mrs. J. N. Yates were visitors contains no alcohol or narcotic. It Chapman berry cashier of the Bank of New. i material and made a part of the permanent -

Don't loan a day's work. Take a spoonful Liver Rivers is on the sick list this to Saxton Saturday la made of roots and hl'-ll! and Trenton; W. Mathews a banker of | highway system of the state.It .
of harmless, vegetable Dodiion's week. \Mr. called Dr. Pierce'g Golden ; J. N. G. Wade. I I. understood that it is the intention
Tone tonight and wake feeling great. and Mrs. J, C. Crews left Saturday Modical Jr., and J. B. Stockman I -
perfectly! harmless up so (gift it to It. M. Dowling wa.' in our burg for Jacksonville to visit rely Discovery. If drujrifiuts do not nent land owners, stockmen all and proms of the State Road department to 3

yu children any time. It cant salivate Saturday. tives. From there they will go to St. keep it in tablet form, send 60 cents have returned from Tallahassee agriculturiau I continue this road on through Waldo Iand i

so let- them eat anything afterwards Mr. and !Mrs. Steve Denmark, of Augustine where they will make their for a vial"to Dr. Fierce'a Invalids' where they went to consult-, Starke to Baldwin where it will '

}' Raiford were visitors here Sunday. I home for a while Hotel in Buffalo. N. Y. with While the In state Tallahassee road commission connect with another state aid road

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FRIDAY. MAY 14 1920.


CLASS POEM OF 1920. LAKE BUT. him. Prof. Roberts p

LEK HIGH SCHOOL And when he wants to play I You didn't come here to teach u. at all "My StandBy"Says RAII'ORD at (en o'clock In the forenoon, and that notice A

It's "Earle you're too .small" they say But willingly you lent s helping hand thereof he nubllehed. In the Hradfor4
We arC forever blowing bubbles] "Don't you MB you're in the "'ayT When you saw that we would stall. Raiford May 14.-Mr. and Mr.. J. County Telrcraph. a newenalwr i.rlnud In aald

Pretty bubbles] in the air. For if this basket ball hits you You're a playhouse built of jokes Johnson and daughter Francis are dletrlet/ and In that lateral all known rrvdllora and other
They always shatter I fear that: it would knock down You ) OneElevator visiting in Jacksonville this week. nenmna mar appear at mod' time
everywhere; you brought sunshine in our school] and Place and show tams .If any they have,
But thin. ii is not a bubble-] And we then could never find you And when Prof. Holland was away. Wilma and Carl Andrews were the why tli. prayer of Sold petitioner ahotild not

Just a dream come true. In all this paper on tne ground. You were clack. with all the rules. week-end guests of their uncle and he granted.And .

Kind friends please] let me tell And when he asks a question Shall I tell]) you what his motto if ? Man aunt Mr. and Mr*. R. B. Roberts of It la further ordered IT the. eourl that

About our graduating class to you. It's a Bcwwl 1 and "No! Nol Nol"! Excelsior! Excelsior! I believe! I'm Worthington. the emlltore elrrk nollee atoll of sent sift by petition mall to and all thla known. or-

Five young ]leggies. sad to Bay And when he wants to know the reason right.Someone Mis. Drew Addition and little d... adilreeeed. them at thi,I Ir pleeea (if reel
Let one young lass steal four young why, get the marshal please] TANL\C TRAIGIIT.SI1111: : son, di.nre .. etafed.llnme. .
I It's "You're too small to know To help OPT Lowell are visiting in Jacksonville. the HnnoraM Rhednn M. Tall,
men me 1-4)1111) YEARS
away. pet away tonight. AO- .
W 11 lodue of said Court, and the Heal thereof at
So now they're left alone to weep Hut, Earle don't get discouraged now, And Prof.. Greene \JII\1SG: TINE HEALTH Andrews and A 1). Andrewswere Jarhnonvltle, In mid Pletrirt/ nn thin era. day

And mourn for bygone days I Just keep your honest race I'll not say very much of you, EVER) SINCE visitors to the county s'atIon.! 'f Mar \ y,. 1WOrrw
Remember funny Jeff' and how But day! afternoon.Herbert \ !to V/ILMAMS.! !
When all their class was ten and one, paper just let everyone ask the normal I (FeaH ("'-.Ir. 1
Now Juniors see what I have done. Perhaps some day 'ou11 take his place students Still another well known Florida Bitch and Cnil John,
I I I think that that will do. relates Staike, acre in town Sunday II ft"r, OF EI: FCTION i
man his
Tonight, it is my pride to tell The other one !Is Curl "the bashful 1 interesting experiencewith noon Ty the powere. reeled In them hy f h. aehnol 14 nt ii
And Tnnlac. William A, McGraw 207 hove. of the rotate of Florida, Ihe Hoard if e
Of him whose now dear old ncnoot leave
praise known so well boy we W. I. Roberts returned home from I'lil.llf InttnicHon Pf Iradford ("OIf,.. Finn
Study is his rule it seems, j But I can tell you all one thing you, Bench l'la'e. Tampa elevator erector OlulI\41 1'huI'.da. where he half I'f'conl'mlllo ida, hereby ends an election IA he held at 1''
He is loyal to his school indeed; [In every ball game he is in, i I\Vc have come to a long looked for |.I for the Otis Elevator Company says: cd.Ethl'l Tine Hilt eehord hauiMs Saturday. June 6. ,
His ] friends He's sure to make the I I One day, about four in I Y20. to d<..,l classmates and teachers, scores Just ring. I there jfi years ago .. Pine HIM hall lie dl-eoMlnued ,,nt.
too, He's done his part to help us win I i I But in a thrill of sadness Richmond, Virginia I was telling a Jones of Lake Butler wnsN Mmianere of MorHonA. IX Pnrrenry or, Joht

And shows in all he has to do This year most every game I That will] not pass away. man of the !had state of health I appeared tho weekend guest of relatives here, Cliirrtona. Geo W. tisane
His devotion to the gold and blue.A No more we'll share the Joys : Jack Naurlght returned home Friday J. I'OWFl.t.
And.l helped to maKe toe towns around Of ai-hoo! to be getting in and] he advised Chairman PuliMe Inelrurtlnn, llradford County
our friends
good old pal In time of need Bow down their heads in shame. I I! No mates and our ma to try Tanlac saying it would nfteiiioon, after spending a few FI.lola.A .
He's always sure to help you out, And then there isn't more with them play days in Jacksonville heel : .
a gill in school hold e
i i surely! set me right So
And when reallywant friend Upon the grounds we so dear I took his! ad. 1':. n rOI'PELU
He's always you somewhere 'round a about. That Who wouldn't way down honestly in her heart declare I I This has been our home. vice and found Tanlac just ai hI' said Mrs.: Dorothy Schelly was tho weekend Co Sui.t and II...'.. s\-USt-4.1\

The valedictorian of our class, And now from it we have to part. It not only fitiaightcned 111t. up at that guest of Helen Naul'il
We ]lavish well earned honors on, She And envies when it Carl Brown's hair. Our school mates aie to us *o near time, but 1ms kept me In good trim Mrs' \V. W. Famuli nd son Wil Clrnilt/OROER{'...u.FOR.. Plate'Prill.lCATIONIn <., Florida. Fight t

You must help us sing: his praises. Like comes to tell" a book And we love them with all our heart. vcr since bur, Jr., have returned to their home Judicial Circuit llradford. County, In Chen. ,

Why he"Daddy can sing Long it Legs right, off on fast the stage i, Dear old school, teachers, friends and "I had been suffering from ron tl- in New Smyrna after a j>l;>a.r.ntlhit ST? MlTCHEf. j
here I
Praises to our noble John. Just like our Latin rules. pupils, too, patios and fc'linorun down for several with relatives and friends Complainant I IHMUV

But caring naught for all of this I tell you he's n tip-top boy. Though So dear we old must leave we will be true. years and for some months prevous .. We arc sorry to icport tJint Howl I "SlITClrELU ,I 1

There is one thing' that he will do. He's honest and he's true, "' gold and blue to the time I began taking Tun- ing Kelly's baby ia on the sick libt this n r/ I Ih f'

He'll throw his cherished books aside And a secret I shall tell- I, 41 bid thee a sad! adieu. ]hue, had !born having repeated spells)) week.Avery. |lilt| filed,aiitteartnv In 'the lv arMnv affldavll let.-d: aiiendi Feline that In Mary IM t

To get his little] brown-eyed miss Someone else thinks that's so, too. By Elsie B. Gilleepie of severe pains in my right side, I Tison returned home Satur::: V Mill-hell, the fendant t therein named I. i,
,And in his Ford to take a ride. Lake Butler noticed the day lifter a successful term of school nnn'trrldrnl l of the elate of Flnrlrle.: and the
pains were more seveievhen reeldenre I or herealioitte (if rlifrndnnt I le tin. !
Another one is very smart, i'! I was worst constipated. Final. In I4tk huller kn own and le over tat ors ef f...."....>... :
And then comes lIon. Homer Lee At dawn he rises with the sun, RlTTfKE: EXPERT HERE Marion Browning. visitor to )'eare : It la therefore ordered. thai Bald nnnrenlili .
Who four I Iy they got to coming so often that I 1:
just about years ago And from >nt 'enilant lie and /III beret rrmulredIn
Jacksonville : I'
comes to school
Came to Join us at L. B. "Way before our work's begun our Scele) I'amouH in This Special, could hardly stand it and) as u result :Sunday: ..nrpi'lir... to, the hffnre hill of eomiila'nt' tiled In Bald -t
Jlrs. W. W. Fnrnell rn n Monday the 17lh der of
For Melrose] was too small you know Avery is a splendid lad Called to Gainesville my nerves were getting terribly upset wan eccompast ay. "*' T). 1ll!> And then that morning when he cameI Hut sometimes breaks the ] I I:; Well I had myself treated, but nied horne by her mother, Mm.! S, M. serif Mil I will %IHI taken ... eonfeeerd l>y "eld :

never shall. forget Hut who would not talk to the J'ue.girls] F. il. Seeley of Chicago, and Philadelphia never with any satisfactory result M oriel 11.Clifford 1. fendant.It le further ....d..rd1'nl .1,1. orilfr 1e ptiWllehed 'v 1:

How when they asked him for his Even in time of school ? ] the noted truss expert will and it looked like I was in for an op. Jones arrived here Thurs. n tiro. a week sleet enniieeiitlva weeka a4
name In psychology and other classes be House day from Titusville, where lu has 1 t rfee ml'rrd County TeU>rratih. lIe_*
personally lit the White I ration. !
Why he has not quit blushing J'etlOh been liatirr finhllehed. I but he's timid It happened every day Gainesville this coming Wednesday In fact, I was advised the cause of ( l11rloYl'd.Hev. Thl. March 15. IPIfl. !I)'
my one boy; That he's surrounded W T. WEFKII: : .
by pretty lasses only, May 19th. Mr. Seeley] trouble Wiggins filled his appointment
Not only in our school says: my could only be removed byan (SCAM Clerk Circuit Court
Who smile
But everywhere; to him it is a joy How could! so sweetly learn over his way. "The Spermatic Shield will not only operation. But noun after I begun here at the Advent thunh Sunday. fly C. A. KKinllT.
To have bs hhi. you ever a lesson ? retain case of the Tmiliic ti cut I Anna !Mae Anderson Mamie Den Pepulv ClerV.,
hang for a rule. Hut-s-sh!-no more will I tell. t any rupture perfectly merit commenced tobe R. H MOO.FI' FV.Bolleltor .
He tries to act just like a girl We're glad to have you, Avery : but contracts the opening in 10 flays less constipated, my stomach felt mark, O. fl. Smith returned to their for Complainant. 5-15.5t-6.11.\

And smiles to show his dimple; And think that you have done quite on the average case Being a vast improvement otter, and my pain began; to cane up. studies. ; in Lake Butter Sunday afternoon .

Even tries his hair to curl well. over all former methods- Wl'Il. it wasn't long until my wife after spending the weekend In NOTICK'! OF ". _:rTloNAit
But says that isn't very simple, instantaneous town with their the flower valet l In them tv th. Hrhoott I
But he'd first-rate exemplifying (effects poke of how I was improving and in patents. -.. *h* faint' f' Florida /the Knftrd of
a boy. And now kind friends I am the lust, immediately] appreciable] and withstanding a few week I found myself free of Quite a crowd of the lUifuid inks! Wle. i liintrurtltin of Pnulford Count. hi*..
And we're
glad; each year he passed attended the l,y ortfpm fin election I In I... firM' In the fnllnw
Who with the six .train This rommenrenientof f'xP'iM8
men position. pain and fettling fine.
Because we wouldn't have this joy young appear. any or Ever since that Ise, PrvncUl' Sttb School PitrlrtM. on e."rd.
Of having him here in our class. What can I say about myself ? instrument received the only award in time Tunluc has been my stand-by. the Lako Butler High School Frl.! Mar teeth 1020 for th. tturptrim. of Hwtlnc

Nothing-except I am glad I'm here. England and in Spain producing re When I begin to feel run-down and day night. throe InmtfM and In dirmln. the amount of

Then many years ago there cane Hut I know what I shall]) do. '' suit without surgery injections medical out of gear it Isn't long until Tanlac Mrs. Emila Andrews is the guest of IMnir For .the tn b miriMMir* assessed.. of rmldlnii 11,* nntd da.. i

Into class other I'll speak what's in my heart treatment or pieacriptions. Mr has> me feeling right again her son, A. D. Andrews. UII" In Plwtrlet Nn. A. flturti, ihi* fnl. lowingmnfurrr
two My
our :
boys. mother -
And tell ... ..
what I've been I
you longing to Tommie .v. Iwo nptMilntrdf F. r. Bhiif-
Who thought the school at Miller Before we have to part. Sepley has documents from the United -in-lnw, who is now nex-i-nty-sevrn Hewitt of Luke Butler, wasH err J. I. leek find T. N. KitndrMc. ,

They had far surpassed. Some I into stateI States Government, Washington, D. years of age and lives in Toledo Ohio visitor here Sunday for the fiurnofio of holding the *"ld ..I..*.
I Earle who should be taken first years ago came your C., for inspection. All charity cases Lee Green of Lake Butler was hero lien In PlMrlrt Nn. /. Lung RHdro. the }eel.
came into your town, I came into took with tine results while '""'I.n. miinn..rn nave Iwn.nnrdnudt R. F,
Because he is his daddy's little man. your school without charge or if interested call Suiting us lust winter. The way her Sunday nf let'noon. tpfifro. J. 11:. Adkln and R. C. Cr*>ww.

But say-he studies just the same You came into my life. he will be glad; to show name without appetite picked and her The I-adies Aid Society met Tuesday For tea. nurno of hnldlnir the nM rt*>.-
up strength Inn In TtUtrlct Nn 6. .Ittin. Sprinpn.. Hi fnt.nwlnr .
When *
nothing bothers
or annoys. Dear friends'!, you know the troubles charge or fit them if desired. Business InCt'l'IIM11 was wonderful To my mind afternoon at the BaptiHt church, nmn.irii. have hiss ftrnnlntMl .. i'
I lust a little fellowI The trials that I've been through demands prevent stopping at any there's 4 o'clock. W Tintinti*. Jonathan ones and R R.AVMI.
I dOJl t mean in age: -but size.I And for my place upon this stage tonight other no medicine equal to Tunluc Tate Denmark I is for the ttunM**. of hnltKntr th. tnlH ..I....
place this section spending few
I 'don't see how his bruin for people with any sort of stomach a Hen In PlRtrlot Nn. A. .'"'vhl..".... th. f..l.
I Is large enough! to contain i| P. S.Every statement in this notice trouble and who in days hero with his parents, Mr. and lentos tnnnmrrr*. hnv Iwo nnpnntvtt| J. T.
; are a general
The credit I must give to you. ban been verified before the Federal run. \Irs, Steve [)('nmark.F.vf'rf.t llrlllnv H. 3. Ifnrdln And W. '.. Itlnlr
The things; which jnake him wondrouswise. Kinder friends I'll never have, down condition." POT the fitirtMM** of hnlillnv the paid .!*...
Or find in any land and State Courts.-P. II. Swlcy. Tanlac is sold in Starke by F. L. Sweat was a week-end guest Inn In PUtrlet. No. 7. Rn,nklyn. tat follow {I
It that Adv. It.Colds of Mrs. Sweat. Inn mnniiirrni linvo Iwo .pm. .lnt.c1. R. C.irollefnrvr. .
seems just picks .
one on
every | JtcpRUne in every trouble Turner, in Uuiford by Weaver )Drug: J. r. I'mlKvtt. .ni1 T. C. ClovirpHtl ,1
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You have lent a helping: hand. Co in Lake Butler Tomlinson- ...
POLL TAX PAYMENTS\ You have treated me like a daughter. Cause ship and Influenza : by Rub-My-TUm !is u powerful antiseptic Frer She ft riM.*i *if hnldln' the paid *1rtlon -aJ i
Like and sinter Mnines Drug Co., and in Worthington ; it kills the poison caused from 1neeted In PUt.Ht Nn. 10. Vs.nH.-rMH. tho fnlli.wlnir '
a friend too, LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE!:Tablet liacuiue. .
remove I .. .
by II. T. Taylor, Adv. m nmT h v hn nnnnlnti .. M.
Through a confusion of dates it was And I hope that some day Tin-re la tool,. oua "Eiomo Oulnlrx.E. . cuts cures old sores teller t'tc. N trtnnn. R M. AI..",. unit W F. ffnrniiv..
announced some time ago that persons' I vi.n gladly] pay it back to you. ::. W GROVE: .'.*...'.... "? box. :IUI:. -Adv. Ff.r the purro of hnldlntr th. ...M .1.l 0-
would have until May 12th for the Habitual Constipation Cured tine In District Nn. 11. Ornlinm. the fnllnw '

payment of poll tax's. The final date Ai J! now let me thank the teachers Gardner Hill Gladstone N. J.. Sells In 14 to 21 &Jay.LAXf'IS We Picked. 1'1)| Se\en Large Dead Rats Inn ForJitmra irmnniinm.'ten.haw, .l.
for payment is Saturday, May 8th. Tor the class] and for myself WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially I-"r..t Morning Using' lint Snap f'or the niirt,.*. of holding *h* fmld ..I...*.
Persons who fail to PAY by that date For, their patience and their sincerest Rat Snap He Bay repared[ Syru|>Tonic-Laxative for Habitual So writes Mr. B. E. Carpenter of Hon In r.Uftirt. Nn. 12. Nnw Rlv.,. the fn|.

will not be qualified to vote in the i 1 help. "I 1 tell)) and line RAT SNAP. Like to :>>n tipntlon. It relieves promptly but Woodbrldge, N. J. "We lost 18 small Inwlntr IIn'I......mun.. P .W.-. Krllv have tan find unfmtntrd W M/ fur-Wr t O.. W,

June primary. Attend to the matterat \v, r"ver shall forget you, look any man in the face and tell It'p should t>e taken regularly for 14 lu 21 days hicks one night killed by rats Bought Tor the "".,...*. of hnlillnv th. mild ela) ..
once. C A. KNIGHT And in our path through life the best. It's good." People like RAT totndueerepnxracutm.) It Slimulate and some HAT SNAP and picked 7 tine In nistrict Nn. 1A. MI"", .., tat fnll....

4-23-81. Supvr Registration 1'n.f. Holland you shall be our ideal, SNAP because it "do...," kill rots Pet. Kcitulatos.tattle Very plcanunt to 'luke.i ou( (argc dead rats next morning and up In. 2 Inv rnnniiini. .?. O, Ptmlnon I,... been and U.nfiimlntcd C. rmwfnrdFor t R,, R.Tevlar .

And a helping:, guiding light; rifles cnrcBbS-.-kiaves no smell.]] Como bur weeks. didn't .
see a single rat. RAT tt> Titirit'Mt of linldlnar' th. raid rl,.*.
(Urv. Tatelej chill Tank And Miss Armstrong! in cokes-no mixing: to do. Cats or SNAP is good, and sure" Comes In tine In D.HtrM Nn. 18 Ititllhrnnn. th. fellow.Inn .

restores vitality sac energy by purUytd aod v Oh!! that there were more like you. dogs; won't touch it Three sizes 2Bo, KILL THE RATS rake ready for use. Three sires, 251'! m.n.".... ..... hen npttnlntvd t N. R.Green. .

itching tbe blood. You c.o soon feel ttt CtraCBiA So node, such a Christian so faithful fiOr; z}+1. Sold and guaranteed by D. C lore $1. Auld! l and guaranteed by A. C. the f'row nurmwe Rfdill. .h of find hi Jill J n.1.. th rnrmrntor.For mild .1..! .... J

suing. lovlDurat'.Di! : ) tP'I.: .. Non"" i t I '.1 I your woik.80 true. Jcniri and Mitchell's Drug Store 'ones' and Mitchell's] Drug Store. Non In MntHrt Nn. BO flnht-rtii. thn fnllnw.Inr .
mnn,.*.. ...v. ten finiMtlntrdt. If If.WllllMtnH. .
: C C Pfmtirrly, find John Caws,
The Quinine That Boss "Not AlleU The;; Headterauae ; Tor tli*. tiiifirm. of hol.Hnir. '' the ..Id *.I.! <..

nit.. tnnlo. and ,lanetlva rnWt. IAXA, tlnn In THMtrM Nn tl. fnlMtlni.. th* fnllnw.
cn TO-DAY riVfc IIKOMC OIJININr. l1.h l ..|.> rut. |Inn. mien Inn mnnnvni..* tarn nprmlntud. t W P.
n t y Anyone without' rntminit n flntt Ttrannf, t*** f.ntinon find Arthur Hfr nnn. r j
By Using t iif lit-ml. E.W/IHO1'ERa: ,+uermenol.'r: :: 1''. ii.. ".." <. of bnl'Unv elm aid, .1....
flan In m.trlrNn... 92. Rfiirnrd! tea Mlnw.In .
Mrf:( IIIL MAHTEH'H; BAI.K eimnfiif have. l>*.*.n .nnnlnt"d t N' IT
STEARNS'PASTE Notice !I. ht.... J. fl Itluh.nA O W An. .|n.imnn
I of that ..<*rt.Ui final dunr** ..r forticura .. Fnr the tturtHHi ..ff hotline the rmld .1.....
Infa niatlnnat prtorminhWW toy Hal.Vice. muiln. and rvmlintd. May A. A. It. 1590. linn In TKctrlrt Nn Sit 1J V* n-itlcr- th* f"TUiwlnir .
The. 'I ("<. knmrliraatiil Wabirlituri It rnk. , a. "r ten H..nll.bI.l J.m.. T, Will.. Juilii "r rfinnmM.. h.u. lrn unnnlntodi' C. If.
dale In thiHH'lMiHtH to run from tltf) liululiMg Lha Circuit: Court, In IIMI.| ..-'. C F" Rlvorn find R' W. Mil''... A
Inr ......r rod ,,,..h air,Aylut l ouwuliiIn und fttr llradfortl CftunLy : -
ZAg-Zag Tread a l Irw iiioiiiiiiite., 1 wo .Iws.! W.ant HMkhuulO lurliln. In Ctianry Hlttlmr, In that, me. ,, For tho niirvwiw .,f hnldtnv th. mild. else.! f
1 ho""UUMb lu lull from h5lu *IO..... lulu c..u... wlum'ln l..h. hurler Hank, a eurIMinttlnn. tlnn In 1.lotI.1 Nn. ?4. Jfihnttnwn. th. follow.Inir .. hI
)r""hanl..I1".daclentlfl--'llrCorriat Three Times I GuaranteedTIRES I. complainant and C A. Ualn y m."..,... hove Men mtpnlntpd t Hoary i"
fur preset ivcurltyunder READY FOB USE ORDER rMX OUltl mill l.nunnnii ilni.y! are dllf..h...... the unilcraliinMl Vfirnvt. W, M Yarn mid N. L. flr'tln.For .
all road condition Th.u..J ._ -, ,- will ulTiT, for Hal hrr..n th. oou'" th* t>*. of bellies th, nnld olffa

L d .bapeoSeuJ T EE arc guaranteed without limit by No Wo. mil in a Healthy Child lnyal MuM. I hour iliiur at, Htarke. Florida., rtwwin th. lion Inv tnnnnirrni'In rUntrlrt. Mw Nn Len 45 I,wtov nnrtnlnt, .4hn.dt fnltow.T. J.

alt"n.ta'' m both : o/SII th. Ltheir maliers.dill' All children troubled with worms have an unhealthy day l of June, .trs wide, hwn ID20. to tli high**! .nll '
I, I r Ike ,
.a Dlh.llnlood. 1'00.lIr' color which ludk-atea poor blood and ai arule lvt bldili for caiih the Mliiwlniit d.*crltMt< ftiiriMM nhnlAlnr th* Sift .1.! di
liar Ranee 0/ the 1'11I. 2'1_" them 1* more or lea .um.'b' dlsnrlwneIYOVF w l I.nil. altuatcd In flrailfurd' County' Hvrlda I tlon In Dl-trlrt N... fifl. Thnn'... th. fnllow.. i
and ....,.h' Cater LJ" ot They arc further guaranteed by the records of :S 1AS1U.ESS: ; tlilinofJICdlvrnr,,QIII.'V't" lo-wlt Inv Il/.MKlfiPt rrmriiiirrni. S. C.hers Caws born, and nolnd' A. A,
tr..d or. Wkk .near .twl.wtkwl. H'oiir three. wmki will e rkh the liluml Im the Watt llnlf of the floutlirant Quart.-, Will On'tFor (
...,ot 10 ....pili. u.o actual performance over the roads of 'this local.. ,fovt' the dlilf..itluii. and ai 1 'uGruernlhueugdulug1mIctoe'.wholeeyelem. ; and. the \\..t cin..fuurlh of III. Knut Half u11nn In th*riltttrtrt nunvwe Nn of ?7 hnldtntr, thtt old rife- t
H th Pnmimi.n rity the i
"lIoad r ) ity and in other part of the throw off (irdmiicl' tl a,,. III'. and tlieCI lid wl!! tIn ; I2fl> lownNhli* four11 Houtli Itanire Nine-/ H friiiitwlnv Mrnwn, manrtR J. I, Wynn iNi htiv. find Iwnn Millard. annnlnl.dl Vnrnr t. If. y
every ,,..,rfw.t "..''Ih. PI.nWII. ,,. take tn', iH-rUini,' I.c'n < ID| bant:| In all Oiui Ilumlml (IIUV) Fnr the > of hnldtntr tea v
_. _. ... ..r' more or l..... pitrpfMii noM flcfirm I
In TMiMrlrt Nn,, Rn. Flv" Mile. tat fnllnw
And because all Lee Tires in this section arO* f .t., ,....,:=;sr.r 'Tee' w 7 _wJaeAaeL'laYtL'IS Kiclal H.Mn K.':.ttrr KNIGHT In , Inn nmnt hnv lien ,unnlntrdi T. J. r
Chanitvry rid'.., P. '. .
JOB Hll.lWILUAMH nAto find .T M. K.ileort.
bought from me the responsibility for eatisfaoj 1 \ .i : 4 I I Mclloltvr, fur (;....."I.I".nt., B-7-AI-4-4 For th* ruirfioN of tinldlnv the *aid *1i>*. i
lion In IHMHM Nu. HI. II",, '..,, th. fnllnwln
t tion rests on me. I take the risk confidently And. e full\ linn ofUnClrtakers' i nmrin.'ora have limn *np"lnt*.d t J. M. Ronli'f.
KTATrMFNT: (If TIIK: OWN, r:Hrlllll, "MAN.AbtMrNT J. A. tsetse iind J. W. amiklnN. j
Supplies : < IIHI'I.ATIllN. "'fI'.. ItS ))on. hw ordrr of th. Lard while In
because I know Lee Tires all I claim for opnnMlon }
: are \ult..I'iI. Ifcsrw. qriltrll: IIV TIIK: AT lit ('()S. thU th. nth dev of April,, iqpft
R _. "* CRESS (IK AOI'HT S4, Itll.df I., C. POWTI:
: satisfaction. Alwat. on Laud. The lest ..- : flradford" County ''JehtKraph, |iutliilhedweekly ChMlrmtin (I.....' Tiitille Jnntructfor, flr.-1for.!
My success depends on your at Hlarke. lorlila I fur A JU20. ('"unl., Florldfi.
I .1e: IDs' //Uw sal ..n.1 k. nj''tsl: \ : Htete of f'lorlda. County of; ,. r..rJ.I.; I.. All....
s I Ii. ur. me a Notary I'utillo" In anil the,
Inn T: Fl
is Yat"IAhul' 't. ''''''''''11.. orttraitarke. ,
Whether Cord Tires elate and .
preference enunty foreealil
or I peraonally '
jour I K:, M, Mntthewa. 1 : aiipear.ed ro i" itf.t. and 11.. ,. 4-11 I --- I who, navlnv been flutyawnrn
\ Fabric Tires or the patented exclusive Lee i aecorillnH tn law., Ifpimea anil ear thiit -
" Ii' (:'w/C'( n(1( E'! he le the owner of the llreilfiiril. County; Telerraiih PFTITIOV Foil AN FCTIO1I
Puneture Proof either Cord Fabric I know I anil that the. following. I., to the Imtif wee the unrienilirned tni'teee, of Johnelnwn
( or ) h WlfT C. 1o"'s": ;1 ". hit, knowleilue. and ....U..t. true atatement f4nh..ehool riletrlet Nn U. tterehy iietltlnti
y' f the nwnemhiii, m.n.g-men/ and If a. dally 1 tat HnnnreMe pawl of Puhlla Inetmrtlnn. nr
will than
that you get more your money's worth Ha. .'''', the elreulatlon SIC. of the aforeeaidMilillratkin County, Florida' for an eleetlnn to '1
l I for Ihe date ah/iwn In the above lj.. held at the school home at Johnatown. i
o in mileage out of every Lee Tire. ...-..- .: - enMrinn/. reiflrr.! by the Aet dorsal 24. Ma., on the tilth day of May late, tn ........
1IH2, emlwdaln{ saline "a.ot.' I.ewiand lien an atlil lion In the area nf the add' "..... '
jll'f Neirulalloni, printed on the ,....... of thli Merino! Tlletrlrt>I Nn. !1. ae already eKletlnv. ... '
Let me show you one. You'll want it when you ASPIRIN] FOR HEADACHE form I'i'Wtt i it e>t forth In-low.. The hniindarlea. nf Ih. n.'l.|
1 lhat the name and add..... of the illnlrlpt, aa are now exletlne Mine meel..
-, 1 see it. niihlleher, editor, manavlnv id.tnr and hu.or .I. town. ,.....It. t
.. m.n. ... a.. ll.vln at the Nnrtheant of ""ectlnn
flt "rn. 1,
1 h -n6 Name "Bayer" Is on Genuine I'ulilleher. K.: M, Matthewi. rUarka. PIn Tn A M.. Ttanlre 90 F: then runnlne Woo
7Z JJ44t r.llK.r.: E. H. Malthewi lit ark.. Flu alone, To lne. tn Northweet corn,, of. Reet'nn'
Aspirin-say 8a "'1.lluelneea. M.o."..., K H. Matthewi, Stark, a thenee II to HW corns of fleet Inn n, then.. i {
t W to center of N line oPenton. a, thenea
Iw .d y,i.'ZtJ'1I3i' ::: u'l are : lOlva namea and p In rented nf South' line/ of eeet'nn' ID\, thene.
ownera. or. If a aorKioratlon Rare tn FW C irner of aeetlnn r2t theneelh
viva. tta name and the namea and .' . .
tn flotlthe'cet .
I IJ .01.1_ of eUMikholiii, Cnrner nf Bertha N!
re owning or "holdlna .
thence r'n.t: tn New Rlvee
I t>er sent or of the ;; Then Nnrthenet
more total of
Griffin & Johns Starke Fla. atnekl.K amount alonaealri river In Fair line nf flection fit ;
;. r'!. Mathew, Klarka, ..... thenee North tn Nnrtheaat enrner of paid flea
t 2 l1'I 8. That' the' known bondholder, mnrtiraireeaand lion 9* : then.. Weak to Northweet Comernf
mar other s...u't" holdera old Meetlon/ SK : then.. North In glnnthweeteorner
Lfi11fN : nwnlna heIdi
or "
,,1 I per eent ."r more of total amount. of bonita. t, of Beetlon L: 'h..... Rapt to IInu. ...t
murtaavMi' or other ...ultl.. are I corner of raid, rleetlon. I : th.nee North ..
None, Northeast Corner nf acid fleetlon t, Ihe point
K. S. MATTHEWS i>f )_Innln..
Sworn to. and Biikeerlked before m. this 20th The additional! territory for the rrentlnir
day of April. 1620. or relation. of which thle election la petition
I CEO C. WAITS': ed I. hounded aa fnllowei
III..n! Notary !"ublle.I Commepelnir. at Southeast' eorneeif 0ie
tau s l on "Bayer Tablet of Aapirl rMy,| aommleaUin expire Jan. 14 IdiiS I'nn' M. Tn. 4 South Kanue tn F. thenev
LII I In a "B.r" package containing proper _, |a. a tmmfam North In link.., eonntv. line, them Weet .'''n.
1 dirwtiona for headache Cold, PaiNufaJpia S, "0. 1000. until Una tn the. Northweal .0'''., al rteetlon
2n thenee .
B iuth to floitlhweet
nf Sec.lion
and i IJNITrlt SlTATfH: corner
Lumbago RhtumaUam. j (COI'KT 17. TP A 8 Ranw tn r.. theme. Fait
...* "Bayer" n.ana goooin Aapiria i i riOllTMKHN Jn the: matter lllHTHICT..f ... O OP..,.II.k.fM>HII>". to renter of Mouth line of rUatlon. 1. thenc i
presen red by physicians for nloctaeoye I In the matter of petition for final North tn eenter nf South line ""f Section 4.
.r.. 'Jaodr im bo... of 12 tablei I I On thla and d.o( May A. I). IV2U, on thenee Faet: to ftniithfaet. enrner of Haellon. 4.
I !Ie trade mark I readlnu the' fomolnic petition It le thepea Northo Ni>rthweiil eorner ef Section
coat few ordered
crau. Aspirin
8, Tn. a 8., Ranve '
l-y tin :21 F. thenca Ram on
&jSmi1e of Manufactur of Mono ,.tloj eoart that heariaa lie had upon th*
: at Miles Bayer o Tp Mne to helot' beirlnnlnir..
eeme on the 14lh day of June A, t>. IVM. .. .
j cldeater of SaUq C&e1d. jt HFNRY VARNK8, W. M. VARNKS 8. L.
for add court. Jackaonvllle. In aald dtatrtet.. (ORIrFIH 1'....".... >. 'r <-r.4;

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. : the continual raisin- of cur sUui tax raU to No. I. Palestine and Providence. If elerUd 1
: Mr. James Edgar Tbaddeus Knight, charge me any ting if I stepped at pay salaries. io uSnecasSaJ7 oftinefa. will faithfully discharge the duties of tbs ft.
FARMERBROWN floe to the beat ..f any
: Bradford County Telegraph JAMES tYNOLD8. ability.H.
one of Lake Butler' prominent young his place. H. WILLIAMS

1: men, died in River Junction Tuesday. Yen we got there his hotel was a FOR COUNTY JUDO FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. N.. i

; The body was shipped to hi. home in saloon, but the landlord was a Nor I candidate, for county juduo of *>rea- I hereby announce myself a candidate for n.election .
i it. am a I M Commlsaloneir: for District
Published Weekly, and entered as see.nd Well now, Cy Jerking I'm real glad candldscy No. ..
back of and hereby announce any
Lake Butler Tuesday evening and funeral wegian' ; and he had a place ford county Lak. Butler and Worthington. During my In.
xist-olLc. at you all come over Ibis evening. You In the coming primary June 5. WO- of I have
L daaa natter at the eat. Then he eumbency the office endeavored
Wednesday where they to
home and
services held at his the saloon of life
L SlavIng lived In the Bounty all my
Perkins ? Well tot. serve the people of the district; .. well
right Mrs.
% : Starke. Florida.E. afternoon at 3 o'clock conducted pert, showed me where I could sleep. served It In a public way for .."...1 years I ,county at large to the beat of my ability as ana the
__ ___. -- =_= by Rev. Major, assisted by Rev. W. Samantha will be in in a few minutes. Not a very big room but it had feel that I .can... efficiently I solicit the perform support the of alldmScratlc If my service the hay given of satisfaction the 1 will

I S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner. C. Armstrong. At.4 o'clock.the W. O. How's your crops coming? three beds, two men in each bed, but votera and If elected P rome faith. !, coming appreciate' C. A.voters ROBERTS at ii..

W. held their funeral service at tbe See lots of the boys down at court he would let me have the other bed fill and conscientious services. R. A. GREEN.

( cemetery.: did you? Did not last long this term. alone unless he got crowded.Vel myself candidate for the I hereby announce myself a candidate for
A writer in the Eustis Lake Region I hereby announce County Commissioner for IHstrlct No. Z.
Anything new about; next president I wanted to go as cheap as I office of County Judge of Bradford County. fLake(
Florida full ledger Knight was born In Lake of health I wIll, Butler and Worthlngton) I promise If elected.
thus 'A account
expatiates on Butler Jan. 10 1883 and had No; there are 10 many wanting the could, wanted to save enough moneyto Florida and on active my csmpalirn and that I will endeavor. to discharge the dutiw of
i ,\I: moon:" "The moon distills the bril. resided bull not he able to make an the office to the best of my ability.J. .
i be.. here since childhood, living a true job it's hard to sift them out. They buy me a fine thoroughbred will vreatly appreciate any favors ray frlmda In the I M. CONNER.
llancy theocean's. phosphorescence can ilCe me. I solicit your support
e'I; Niagara's marvelous mist the Rote ofSharon's Christian life. On Pec. 12, 1912 he are all so sure the dear "peepul" want when I got home. June primary.. It.SIwVtfU_ip. T. J. PERXE.. -

". Il and Miss Mizelle Douglass were unit. them and them only 'they're like a Now in the morning I go up to the I This will announce that I am a candidate
pollen, and all the sparkling ed in pup-won't let of the root. D1"'anjl1st capitol. FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURTI for County CommlMloner. from District No. 2.
: .. marriage and two children go .
beauty of the circling world, and when hereby announce myself. a candidate for Lake Butler and Worthington. I respectfully
Florida with accustomed born to the union. The many friends sets back and smiles-"I'm here the office of Clerk of the. Circuit Court of solicit the votes of the eitlsena. of the dirtrlct
greets It action of thevotersst at the June primary election.. 8. M.
of the again boys surely want this Bradford county subject to the DUKE!
young: man are grieved to hear ; you me .
loveliness and grace, it spills!! its brimming the coming primary.. June 8th. Ian.preciat
I cup "shimmering spray silvering of hi. death and extend to the bereav. time. Wellwhat's new down at the duties of this Important office, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. N. |
ed family their deepest sympathy in Etarke ? but feel that I am qualified to discharge them. This will announce that I ant a candidate.
the tropical verdure like a laced Havinaaerved the publl before the voters ore for County Commissioner for District No.8.
miniature wrought by an inspired their Bad hour of bereavement.Mr. I was in DeWitt C. Jones' store and well able. to ludve .. to my fitness for the of... respectfully solicit the support of the votenat ]

I. r silversmith." Geel! but he must like and Mrs. C. W. Premiss, Mrs. they were as busy as bees. Got in lots i. fslthful flee and and If they efficient. choose elect me.Your I promise carport the primary- election to be 8..held T. In June.

v M. S. rrentiss and Mrs. P. L. Falson of new goods and DAVISAgency DOWLING.
moonlhine.i they are scatteredall i> respectfully solicited' O. W. ALDERMAN.

_ _ _ _ _ of Richmond, Va., left Tuesday for over the floor. Haven't got time --- .

i Ocean shippers in New York and : Jacksonville and other points of interest to mark and put them up. Got piles In the maklnathla Circuit Court. my announcement of Bradford County for Clerkof I. the I offlr hereby of announce County Commissioner myself a> candidate for district for

,, '., several<< other large ports have troubles after a pleasant stay of several of Granite Ware of all kinds. Eat. 1886 respectfully solicit th. support of the people No. 8 (Kalford and Lawtey). subject to the ae.tlon .
days with Rev. S. S. subject to the action of the Democratic of the voters at the coming democratic.
I Proctor and fam prl-
Say Brown what's that
: of their own. Before a chip can coming mary election.I I H. C. RICHAB1XSUPERINTENDENT primary. If elected I promise faithful and ef.
: be loaded and sent to 18. or an incoming ily. Why that's the fellow we met the INSURANCESTARKE detent service in ,h. Interest of both nil district -

; f)" ship unloaded, the shippers Walter Sapp, of Sapp, was the truest other day from New River. Walk Of PUBLIC IKfiTRt'C- solicit, and the support th* county of the at..larre...te.... B.I J.respectfully KOSlEIt.

must comply with the regulations and guest of A. E. Proctor Wednesday. right in, Mr. Smith. This is my wife, nON
To the Democratic Voters of Bradford County
i t
h'' demand. of no I less than! sixtc n"unions. A. E. Proctor was a visitor to Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Smith; this Mr. and I take this method. of announcing myself a FOR I am COUNTY a candidate COMMISSIONER for re-election the. Nn.ofTci, 4

; h As one or more of these unions ington Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Cy; Perkini. Set right down. csndidstor of relectlon Public. Instruction to the office of of Bradford Superintendent I of County Commissioner. for District No. 4,
Mrs. J. Starke. Purina encumbency of the
'are generally on a strike a great deal P. Sapp, of .Sapp, was the Glad you all came over. County subject to th* rules of the Democraticprimary I have used my best my endeavors in behalf office of the I
guest of Mrs. S. S. Proctor: Wednes. And here on June nth. If elected I promise the district and and
of time is lost and an endless confu.. comes our pew; neighbor, the. county hop my record niiuch
f. same courteous and painstaking service rendcred -
day. to :insure the auport of the .
as voters
ion ",IUIt.. It is more of a wonder Profs. Holland Mr. Oleson, from North Dakota. Just In the ....t. _____ E. R. POPPELU the ensulnaprimary.. J. M. BROWNLEE.nt

t that ocean commerce can be carried on and Roberts have bought a piece of land back of my .
I take this method of the public
returned to their announcing I that I
homes hereby candidate
J after teachIng announce am a for
at all than that the freights are high. place. that I am a candidate for the office of County Commissioner for District No. 4. Prom.
"' ( eight months of suTrsfi school Glad to meet you, gentlemen and 666 cures Malaria, Chills and Fever County'. Superintendent. of Schools of Bradford I ising careful attention ta, the duties of the. of.
I'I'I. here. Colds and It ; ( .unt.. eul'jMt to the roles of the DemocraticPrimary flee If I am elected. I respectfully. solicit
Bilious LaGrippe.
I. Representative Pavey, of Ohio, declares ladies; glad to get acquainted with Fever. of June Hth. If nominated and elected of the thesupport
at the
that if the postofflce employes Everyone interested in club work everybody kills the parasite that causes the fev I promise a faIthful discharge of the duties voters J. L.coming UNDERBILL.primary
'f,' requested to be present the third er. It is a splendid laxative and general of this office. My experience. In the schools of
in the larger towns do not soon get an Now, I am glad you all came over Florida for twenty years will enable. me to take
I r. increase in pay. the service will fall day In May at 4 o'clock! us an Instructive tonight. I've got some prices I want tonic..Adv.NOTICE care of your Interest. H. B. WIGGINS. FOR I COUNTY: COMMISSIONER DIST. N..I
( hereby announce myself a candidate for the
to pieces. As it is, few but temporary program will be rendered. you all to see. Just all shove up to FOR TAX COLLECTORI office of County Commissioner for District No.

men are employed, for as soon G. W. Alderman was in Raiford the table and look them OF SPECIAL MASTERS BALK hereby announce myselF candidate for ft of Bradford County and promise that If
over. Nolle la hereby given that under and Inp..n. a : elected I will serve the people of the district
a. they have qualified for a permanent Wednesday. Here are two from Jacksonville, .. of a certain final decree of foreclosure the office. of Tax Collector of Bradford County, : and the county at large to the beat of my abil.itT. .

"I 1 job their pay is automatically Mr.'to and Mrs. W. E.: Loadholtz moved one from DeWitt C. Jones Starke, llth day and of .Map.... mad A. D.and 1920.rendered In and on by the the lane subject a.-to 11120.the I democratic promise If primary elected to to five be held thectfice voten. I at respectfully the. .ensuing solicit primary.w. the. support of the

reduced twelve cents per hour and Jacksonville this week and will and yes, here is another. want you Circuit Court of Bradford County. Florid. InChanerry. my Ibis and the peopl my services,: 1. I'INHOLSTEh SR.
( make their future home there. certain therein My time .. an officer stands aa an open book .. .:... :
In that MUM
they quit. If the government would all to aee that .
: we can buy as cheap at Company for the Inspection of the people of this county
Arthur Boyd, of Worthington . wherein Peninsular Naval Stores and I ask all for Respect: I wish to announce to the citlsens of County
'' abolish the many offices whoae incumbents bualncRs visitor wasa home as to be sending away for the a corporation Is complainant, and C, E. fully your B. .support.. DOWLINO.I Commissioner District No. that I am a can.dldate .
'r have nothing to do but to write to Lake Butler Sat. goods. Harpfr and Annlce L. Harper. his wife. A. for Commissioner. I respectfully solicit,

: mimeographed letters to the urday.S. -Yea I in there O. With., and Allis M. With., hi. wlfs.J. take this your support at the June primary. H. D. MAY.
a \\i newspapers was a few days ago. H. Pollard and Inn I. Pollard Ma wife. method of announcing to the ''t.
Il '"' for the editors to throw into the S. Proctor left Monday for Wash. He hap a good stock. 'The ruts hale Maml W. Doty. and L. H. Doty. her 10.... date hens for of the Bradford. offic of County that I am. a candi.. FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. Ne. I

: waste baskets enough money would ington to attend the Southern Baptist b-en bad over at our placj aid I taw Jr.hand. Curt Myrtle. Williams May William.WaMon H.Willi.C. .William.... Clartno to the will of the county voters tax at eollee-or thv.. coming subJert 1 am a candidate for re-election aa a memberof
the County Board of
,; be saved to pay the necessary postof- convention which is in session there Jon. had Rome rat poison advertise..}, V. Bun-arc and Clifton I... Br.m.r, uTnutM : democratic I. 1920. and primary election. to be held June District No. I. If I am Public re-elected. Instruction will continue for

1 C' : flee employes decent salaries. this week. lie will visit Richmond, so I went in to see. I bought some and Ex....."' '' under the last will ofJohn ,. .. deputy respectfully tax collector refer the you put to my aeason.record , my efforts to serve th beat Interests of
'. Va., on his return home. O. Nlohoto. a> .*.ed. and O. O. Me- My the county. L. C. POWELL.
and rrtut .. fce for ." in f nd- : promis to the peopl this] U....
< io ruts the Collum. aa Guardian ad Hum for the T> > elect I will
f Lex m. faithfully discharge the duties
,. If ever Germany get. France by the Greene visited in Worthington b'li; Next morning I looked in nnd ants Myrtle May Willlama. H. C. Wllliama. of the office to the beat of my ability with FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. No. I

4 11. throat again. she will not be apt to Wednesday afternoon. there was ten Jtmall, rat dead ns hi.v Jr.. Curtia Wllliama and Wawon Willlama,,, prompt courteous treatment. to all. I will ap I Tbla. will announce that I am a candidate
1 :.Mrs. are defendant preciate your wit.. E. W. HAYES. for re-election a member of the .
P. :
P. Dekle of FIve County
:;.' forget the indignity of having had : Mile, spent, The old mutt.fOr had been too smart ax I. A. Z. Adkln. aa Speelal MuteI' shall Board of Public Instruction from District No.

'J thousands of her women violated,, Friday with her mother, Mrs. S. S. vaunt, but she was the/%. I.ook. .ee offer. for .. at public outcry and cell to the:, .I wish to say to th;;voters of Bradford conny Z. I respectfully solicit th. vote of the eltlsens
t f:l Proctor. hurheat and beat bidder for ca h. before the that I am a candidate for the offle of Tax I of the county at the forthcoming' primary.
murdered and abused by the negro what you have done Killed my fam dour of the courthouse of Bradford County Collector and I rapectfully solicit your sup'port P. M. PADGETT.I .
troops which France sent to Germany Mrs. William Johnson, accompanied ily. Ain't you .ashamed I told them Florida In the town of Burke. on Monday,, at the comIng primary. Jun. 8th.
by her the 7th day of J.._. A. D. 1MO. between the Respectfully. J.
I eighth E. DOUGLASS.
lately. This action will Franceto pupils and Miss not to touch hereby announe. that I a candidate
cause any of it, but when I was hours of II ,00 a. m. and 2 :00 p. m., the followtn Puana
,;\r lose many friends. We have all Ruby Roberts and Mrs. C, F. Wise,,, away they downed the whole lot, and deaerlbed property towiUTh.t T take this method of announcing to the I for for member District of No.tb*t.Board I promise of *If Instruction elected to
heard of German atrocities spent Tuesday at Worthington.: there lot or parcel of land lying In the Democratic voters of Bradford county that I I I faithfully discharge th. dutiee of the
on French they are. They done office
never am a candidate for
any South earner of that portion of the North- the cfftee of Tax Collector. .
''j P soil, but there Is no reason why, at ,1 harm except eat a little corn. .._t Quarter. of Noltheaat Quarter of Bee- I promise If elected. to discharmr the duties of ability.and are I the respectfully county at solicit terse to th vote beat at of the my
.I '. this time the French THIEVES CAUGHT SUNDAY tins 10 In Townahlp. T South. Range 22 Eaat. the office to the best of my ability, always giv. your.
should let their I got rid of that lot and guess the Bradford County. Florida lyina West of the; ing It all my personal attention. primary election In Jun. O .DENNISON.

,:;.4 vindictiveness blind them. "It matters Sunday balance took the hint, they all left F. C. P. Railroad. and more fully decribcd URY G. SAPP.. FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD DIST. Ne t

1 not whether my antagonist Is a afternoon Chief Kit received Can't see a thing of any more about aa commenelne at a point where the FOR TAX I am a candidate for member of th* County
a telephone message from Law. west line of aaid railroad right. of way In- ASSESSOR Board of Public Instruction District
gentleman or not, but whether I am I tey, stating that two colored the vermin. ....... the Weat boundary line of laid Section I am a candidate for re-election to th* oSlo* S. and respectfully solicit the votes of theeitlsena
men,, of County Assessor ...
I ', one a private Individual once re traveling by auto had ; Dot was a goot ting to get rid of thence Northerly elonu said olway appreciate the of T. and will greatly of the district at the primary. election.
marked. purloined from 877 feet, theno W..terly and parallelto support of the voters In tit. In June. J. D. BAXTER.
But France apparently, does "I>r." Abraham colored plow lines,, them so pretty quick. the Section line cm North boundary line of coming primary election.

not look at the question, in this light. part of a harness and sundry other Vel, I tink the prices are pooty goot said ,quarter 271 feet thence southerly alone; N. P. WA1NWRIOHT. FOR CONSTABLE.-.DISTRICT NO. fIn

!I things needful for and said Went boundary line of said quarter H28 I FOR announcinginvent candidate for Constable .
a wagon and some get everytirg anybody vanta. SHERIFF a
farm feet to the point of beejlnnlna containing 2.7aeree I hereby. from District No. .. Bradford county, I
DOBSON Implements. The thieves announce myself a candidate for
were Mr. Smith Mr. Oleson at one time and hemp the same land described! In I re-election to the office of Sheriff' of Bradford submit the following J.m. nativ citisen
traveling south and were expected to, wes a member of the legislature in warranty.. deed from K. B. Drew to E. II. sounty. If re-elected I will a* In the past, of this county and hav been constantly asso
:i Pobson May 14.-Messrs. Jesse, pass through Starke. !the state of dated February 2. 1901 I spare ,.o pains In the full discharge: of all the. elated with its citisens and Ita interest. having
Mr. Kite immediately Minnesota. lie was go- Block three 18) In Wright A Scandrett'aAddition I duties of the office, and I earnestly. solicit the spent my lifetime here; and I promise' that if
. I fowling and M. H. Hurst made a business Tenth went up to: ing to tell us his experience in politics . to the town of Hampton In Bradford upport of the voters at the ensuing primary. I am honored with this office I ahall clleehsrge
I trip to Lake Butler streetS near the depot and aftera County Florida Respectfully. W. J. EPPERSON the duties of the office to my utmost ability
Saturday. short wait his men hove in sight an you came in. Now, Mr Oleeon Plocka Four (4) and Five Fred Andrews was a visitor to the, They had reckoned without the tele: let's hear. about it. of curve. by. C. R. Baird for Wrlnht) SScantirett This will announce ta the eltlsens of Brad. : I will appreciate your vote on June Pth.
county seat Sunday. phone. Vel In the town of Hampton, Bradford I ford.county that I am a candidate for the of. Respectfully. FRED (S. JONES.
They there ain't much in _
were Arrested and confesurd. it and it 1 is County Florida ace of Sheriff. I respectfully solicit the
Gordon Johnson made a business I II One of them. Kit Koberson pretty long. Guess I'd better cut it On. ZO-barrel. turpentine atlll and fixture, port of the voters at the primary election Jun.sup I hereby announce that I am a candidate for
I : trin to .ake> Butler Saturday. furnished bond for his be. complete On. cooper shop and all tools,t Hth. If I am elected 1 will faithfully, discharge Constable In and for District No. .. I hav
: Mr. fore appearance out.No 2fivoo McCoy. turpentine cups and aprona the duties of the office.' P. S. DENMARK. had experience In this office and if I am elected .
and Gardiner
Mrs. Tuck fowling, of Ral. Judge the other, no, let's hear about it. A5.000 Hotly rupa and tins On. bay home will be able to give good service. I will
"I ; ford, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jes.He I Boykin Kobtrson is in jail. They live Vel, when I first named Bill I On. roan home named Roan :;! FOR. SUPERVISOR OP REGISTRATION appreciate the support of all voter of the dis.
Dowling Sunday. at Campville. came to this coun.. On. icy mare mule) named Fmma One errs; election I hereby announce myself" a candidate for ... trict. JAOOB J. JOHNS.I .
I try. I settles in Shasky county. Min mare mule named Rhoda r On. black mare to the office of Supervisor of ReglstraHim -
r Shep; Mikel, of Lake City, visited at - A'r- nesota. When I been there five mule named Kate t On. black mare mule named cit for Bradford. county. I respectfully soli. am a candidate for the office of Constable
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dowl. PICNIC KAIFORD year Matt: Two double wagons and harness: the support of the voters at the ennuinx. for District No. C, subject to the action of thedemocratic
I tink I vas smart Forty i primary, and If electol I will .. In .
very Norwegian dip barrclai On. aollne mirlne and the rast, voters at the coming primary. Iam
ing Sunday. Next Friday May 21 will fellow. I think I would like to to pump i all tooia or other personal property of r snd discharge........ the... duties of the office- with si.uiucy I conversant with the duties of the office
a picnic go ,
wtmtHoover A. (NIGRF. .
Louis Dobson, of Olustee spent last the nature or kind. and all euppllea and able to discharge them and if elected
: Sunday afternoon h. given at Raiford. Everyone invited legislature. Ole Tolifson he been and merchandise. on hand at the next h....- FOR COUNTY promise to devote my whole time to my duties.
in this section. to come and bring a basket. Candidates there and come back and started a Inaflur dooeribed place t all of the said personal I hereby COMMISSIONER DI8T. N.. I 1 I Your support la earnestly solicited.
Gordon announce mysv'.f ,
Johnson and daughters properly bcine: located and situate at a candidate tor GEO. E. ANDRETT.
store. re-election ..
are expected to be hand.Don't He got $5 day. Pooty good and County Commissioner for Dis
Misses Mae .and Agnes on '''I' and being used upon and In connection is let No. .
attended services wage. with. the turpentine place and location ocratic 1. subject to the action of the Dem. FOR CONSTABLE DISTRICT N.. ..
at Bethlehem Sunday. Vel I of tho uVfenrianta, C. E. Harper A. G. primary. I respectfully solicit the sun.. I wish to announce to the citisens. of District
port the
k William Davis, of Sapp visited in Always Blame liens When Eggi went me down to Ole Tolif. Wlthee and J. H. Pollard at Hampton in, voters at said primary. No. 8 Raiford) that I am a candidate. for the
are Scarce son's store and buy me two bottle alcohol I. Bradford County. Florida j O. V. BROOKS. office' of Constable. If elected I promise to
this section Sunday. Rats may be getting them-U. S. and go down to the One zn-harrrl turpentine still and fixtures,, I announce- -; rive .....f..1 attention to my duties. I solicit
: Johnnie Hurst visited his aunt, Mr. government bulletins know caucus. Made complete: One cooper shop and tools I H6 dip th* offic hereby of County Commissioner myself a csnnldnt for the support of all at the primary election, on
myself solid with District 1 Jun.
t Susan boys. Vel they barrola SfMiorse power toiler; One Snow 8th. B. D. ANDREWS.
Shaw, of Baker county, Sun how to get them. Break a cake of with all
vote me in to go. So I vent tack to pump eonnectlnns : One bay mare "
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RAT SNAP into small mule named Nellie One -- --
pieces and put the mouse eolored mare --
day.Mr. -
where store and buy me a carpet bag, a mule nanud Kate One black .
and Mrs. Jiidson Hurst, of Palestine rats travel. If there, RAT ; mare mule
I box: of collars and named Naftr One black mare mule
SNAP paper three named :
will pair
get them.
positively. Three
were businuss visitors to Lake Carrie: B&.WO
J Herty
Butler Saturday. sites, 2Bc 60('. SI. Sold and guaranteed of socks. Got on the train and went tins t On., double wagon. and harness cups I with one Retreading Tires Save You

Messrs. G. by D. C. Jones and Mitchell's to St. Paul. Ven '1 got off the karo buggy. and harness ; All tools supplies and I MoneyNO
W. and Fred Hurst were Drug Sto..... about a dozen fellers! grabbed merchandMHT or' other personal. property of
\ business visitors to Lake Butler Sat my carpet whatsoever nature or kind at th. next hereinafter -
urday. bag and holler, "hotel, hotel! One dcnerltwd place all of said personal MYSTERIES NO SECRETS
teller pushed me into his property belnr' .located. and aituate at and ---
We are sorry to report the illness vagon. near and beingused upon and in connectionwith I

I of Mrs. C. E. Vining. You Do-M\ Where do you want to IZ'O' the turpentine, place. and location of the Putting on a new tread or sole and
Vot do you charge to ride in thlBvaJ'on Irfemlanta.: C. E. Harper: A. O. Wlthee and rebuilding'your

county Wm. Sunday.E. D. Hurst. visited in Baker You are more ambitious and you get loore ; ? J.County II. Pollard'Florldat at their and"Cyril also:i Plsce";each In and Alachua every I worn tire ia a simple' piece of work if you use the

. M. Johns, candidate for legislature enjoyment blood Is In good out of condition.everything!Impurities when your In One tink dollar I says he.I the. In tunientine the said leases final described decree In, and th. as paragraph described. I same exacting methods that the tire maker ,ute in

group 2, passed through this the blood have a very depressing effect on walk thereof numbered 4. building the original tire.
section Monday electioneering. the system, causing weakness, laziness Another feller said he would not A. T.. ADKIN3.

A. Z. Adklns, candidate for state nervousness and sickness.GROVE'S CHARLES COOK HOWELL A., Special' *"""". We carry a complete' atock of these rebuilt tires
senator TASTELESS Chill TONIC For GovernorS JsckMinvlll Florida. to 7x5 and
was electioneering in this make
.. restore Energy and Vitality by Purifying Solicitor for Complainant t144t4 delivery. Prices
section Monday p. m.Chili. I and Enriching the Blood. When >ou feel rebuilt and retreaded tires guaranteed
Rigdon, tno cross tie man, of It* stNnatbel 4000 miles.
nll. Invigorating effect, sue" Political Terms cash .
Sanderson passed through our burg bow It brings( color to the cheeks and bow or C. O. D. subject to examination.SIZE .

y Monday morning. It Improve the appetite you will then FOR STATE SENATOR'

-- appreciate It* true tonic value. I I.m. candidate for State Senator for the FABRIC CORD
l Ilith
District and will appreciate the.
e- LAKE BUTLER GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC : ;: -- at the coming- primary of my fellow .hi upper_.... 30x3 $9.35 -

is not a patent medicine it Is simply A. Z. DItIN8.r I 30x3 1-2 12.50

Lake Butler, May 14.-Rev. W. C. I|, So IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup. "" a .. "" '...-for-Stale Senator for the 32x3 1.2 13.75
: pleasant even children like it. The Fifteenth District which embraces Bradford I 15.65
Armstrong 31x4
and daughter, Miss Crystal blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRONto County and will appreciate the support of i 16.20 '
spent the week-end in Hampton. Enrich It. These reliable tonic iwcpertlM Democratic countrymen at the Jnne 32x4 16.75 18.70 ,

Mrs.. E. L. Overby and children are I, never fall to drive out impurities In- D. 1:. KNICHT. 33x4 17.00 19.25 .i'

guests of Mrs. P. P. Dekle at Five' the blood. FOR Rf.PRE8ENTATIVE-GROIr 34x4 19.8O
Mile this week. The Stranitth-Oeatlng Power of GROVE'S I hereby. annognc that I am a candidate far 32x4 18.70 21.15 ,',

Miss M.rahalll'roc-tor, Mr. and Mrs. TASTELESS: :: Chill TONIC baa made it I Ropresentatlv In the iMfrlslalure. Group. N... 1. 1-2 20.60
reaneetrnlly sol.clt: 23.55 J
the 33.41.2 ,
the favorite support of the voters
C. W. tonic In thousands of homes. at the 21.70
Prentls. Mrs. M. S. Prentta and coxing primary election. 34x4 1.235x4 25.47 ,
Mrs. P. L. Cason More than thirty-five year* ago. folk* JOHN J. BLACKWK.DER. 22.50 \;
spent Wednesday at''< 1238x4 25.60
| would ride a long distance to tiKOVfS .
i get : 23.50
Five Mile with i Thla .n.--;;; ;:;
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Do. I. TASTELESS Chill TONIC when e will the ritlsens of th* 24.2027.2O 26.85

kle, and enjoyed puling the fish from :1 member of their family bad Malaria or count tive in,.Group that I I a respectfully candidate for solicit Representa the 35.$ 27.23 "h

;. the pond. I, needed a body-buUdlnik stranftth-giving! port of the voters at the dfmtoeratic primary sup to 37x5 28.60 30.50 .

: Marcus Dekle spent Monday night tonic The formula la just the same today be held In June. CHA8. H. PEOISTER.t 36.6 32.45 .
;:' and you can get It from cVj 3 x74Ox8
with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. any |( 57.5
sets.. 60o bottle. am a candidate for Representative In II
i.. S. S .Proctor. j per Group No. I. and respeetfally solicit the ...... 42x944x10 7.5
port of the voters at the coming 97.5 .ft
The O. E. S. met in regular session NOTICE If elected. I prom I.. to serve the county eleetlon. 138.0 ,

Tuesday afternoon. carefully and faithfully In an effort to stop the When .
Mr. Sraff returned I I present tendency toward Increasing ataut 1&.... w. furnish the casing for 177.0
to his home In I| Owing to bad weather throughout at every session 1 of the "'lel.'..... 3.3-2 .el""ildi. Section repair. Including

Worthington Wednesday, having resigned the country the Delco Light Company T. B. PINHOLSTER. H.7S 5 inch

his position with Dr. J. M. has given you just a few days longer Vote For FOR R&PREIIJlNTAnVc-caOITP: TWO 4x4 1 .2 275 6 lack 1.5

Mann. to buy before,the price advances. As I hereby announce myself a candidate la 5 3.75 45
I). W. Borum the week-end salesman for Group Two for nomination for the offie of Blacb
spent i your county let me begyou : Representative In lit* Leglalature. 5.5

k :. with his family. I to protect yourself and buv now'onAY -- ford County. Florida. subject to the from action Brad.of P.r Wua5flg inch Ine
Van C 7.
Mrs. C. A. Savage and children left not TOMORROW. The suc- SrvearingenHe t the Democratic Primary to be held Jan 8th. Seed I' IfS

last week for Andersonville, S. C., beIng i c*ssful business man is the man who II I DeraMrarl 8I0.! I respectfully vote.. and.solicit If the elected support, of promise ALL us your r.r werk. High sai.. : 120 J' ,

called to the bedside of Charlie i i spends his money wisely; not the man I fallafal, and conscientious. ......1_. 0Iaa qu.em. :

Graham. j j I who earn the most money that stands for clean politics EVERETT: : II. JOHNS. Campbell Tire and Supply '
amounts to the most and enjoy. life. ,Company f .
: Tommie Dekle spent the This will announce to tile ...1... of Drad-i
week-endj,; Just drop us a card and our representative honest methods and a square font county that I am a candidate for Repr*. Di.'ri..r Str tire and : .
with hi. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. will call. The Moore Co., (tentative l*> some '. If I ... elected I will j I HOCA AD MONROE 515. C..truck rims

Dekle. Lake City, Fla. 5-7-tt deal for everybody :put. forward every possible effort to .toB theunnec.ssary I
xpBdltur of public money and JACKN f

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.... in the stores here-when someone is ?a- S-14-3t I ,and white, hind feet; about the size I some reward will be paid for infor. .
.. found willing to the price. A I ;
pay I of ordinary 10-months old dog; an.I mation leading to recovery Nat 111
bushel of sweet potatoes weighs 66 STOLEN-Black dog with white face : swers to name of "Jack." A hand Williams, Starke. '*
Bits of LocalInformation bushel pounds,worth and the$2.80.price quoted makes a .- --- T

11 II You ran always find dependable
merchandise at Sternberg's.

Omr p_... a-.I ... Wml| Fentke" who has owned and THE PEOPLE HAVE
..._ .. w c....._ T_ cultivated the Louis Papp' farm for '

some time past, has lately sold a half 1
interest to Anton Pianga, of Detroit,
Mich. The farm will hereafter be operated NOT
Men' Work Pants, $2 to $3. Stump' ,' turned Saturday to her'home in Tampa by the firm of Fenske & Pianga FORGOTTENReports
Mr. Fenske i. highly pleased with A
R. D. Griffis. of Sapp had businessin farming in this section and says that
Stark Monday., ,I I I Mesdames Elbert Smith, J. D. Stan- he and his partner are sure to make a
" (, sell and Theo Lowe motored to Providence big success.
Blanchard Jolly spent Sunday at last Thursday and spent the day received from all sections of the county
Waldo with his parents ,,with friends. A new line of Percales and Ginghams
I 25e a yard at Stump's. indicate that H. C. H.ichardvill be elected Clerkof y

Ginghams at Sternberg's. I I Bargains every day at Stump's. Captain and Mrs, Bloxham Ward, of the Circuit Court by one' of the largest major-

Andrew Sullivan, of Theressa, was i Mrs. W. C. Powell and brother, PaulE. Gainesville, were visitors to Starke
in town Monday. Canova, Ja. motored to Ocala Sat Wednesday Captain Ward is expecting ities ever given a candidate in Bradford County. 1
urday, and while there were guests of to be ordered soon. to Quantico,
loUse Maggie Crews, of Highland, Mrs. Irma Goodyear Va., for a final try-out at the target
was shopping in Starke Saturday range. He recently won first honors These reports show:
.. the Jackson shoot, and
Camp target ?
Ellery Thomas, who has been living {
Walter Wile, of Tampa, spent Sun i for time if he maintains this record at Quan
some at Wauchula, was in
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan.He I[ Starke Friday on his way to his old tico will be sent as a representativeof That the people have not forgotten that only
left Monday for Jocksonvile. I home near Brooker. the army to the Olympic games at
Antwerp, Belgium. eighteen months ago we were involved in the
to I >,
Overall $1.50 $3.75 at Stump'
the Our prices Millinery up to and Mr., Ford, of North Branch, Mich., greatest war the world has ever known, a war that Ii
Cabbage, beans, potato draws and who spent part of the winter in Starke

eggs shipments leave are Starke on the daily wane.. Strawberry I I E.Lake R. Poppell Butler and Thursday family motored .and- admired Brown" advertisements UeWitt C. Jones'in the"Farmer Telegraph threatened the very foundations, of our civilization i t.p

written by Mr. Fling, so much ;
Bryan pays cash for eggs and chickens were guests at the home of Mr. and +
of ad.
that he has adopted that style
,, Mrs. II. Tomlinson.
I vertising for II. & G. Ford's department

N. Sternberg has been in Jackson- I I I Mr.-and loin G. W Burnsed, late of store, at North Branch, in which That the people have not forgotten that Clint 1
he is lIe recently sent Mr.
ville lately, taking the Scottish Rite :I Ashepoo, S. C., stopped over in Starke a partner. t
Fling a newspaper from that city, Richard member of the American
degrees in Masonry I(I Tuesday on their way to Green Cove showing one of the ads. was a magnificent \
Springs, where they will make their
that drove the war-mad Germans
Messrs. F. L. Turner, F F, Stump future home. army out '
Come and nee our new line of Ladies
and Dr. W.last E week.Middleton were in Jacksonville Samuel Woodard and sister, Miss and Children's HaU. Stump' of France and Belguim and ended the greatest

Estelle, of Theressa, were visitors to Captain Alvin Burson, of Hillsboro human butchery of all
Printed voiles at Sternberg's. Starke Monday. Miss Woodard is theTelegraph's county was in Starke for a couple of ages;
correspondent at Theressa. days during the week on his way to

Mrs. Curtis L. Buxton, of Des his old home town in Ohio, where he That the have not that Clint .;
Moines, la., spent a few days with will spend the summer. Captain Bur- people forgotten
Mrs. 11. M. Snyder No use to have roaches, ants and son came to Florida thirty-seven years Richard conceived it be his offer his '4
I flies if you don't want them. Bryan ago and his reminiscences of those to duty to
The stock pen at the depot has un- will sell you the goods to kill 'em. interesting lIe '
early days are very life in defense of human liberty and that in doing
dergone some much needed repairs: succeeded here from the first, and he ;
this week. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin have hadas much of the credit for his early '
gives: his the world decent live
to keep place to
guests this week, Ralph Dyal, of success to his willingness to take the part

...Hen's Suits $35 to $50. Stump's. Long Branch, Mrs. Ed. Abernathy and advice of a line old native citizen .of in he went down into the Shadow of the Valleyof
son, Eugene, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Polk county by the name of Jacob '
Miss Marguerite Godwin, of Law- Herman Krause, of Tampa. Summerlin. Mr. Summerlin was quite Death.A :
tey, spent several days of the past I well to do at the time and Afterwards :1'
week with Dr.,and Mrs. E. L.'Biggs.: Special prices on all our Silk Dress became one of the wealthiest citizensof '
a. Come and see them. Stump's.Mrs. .
Polk county. In the meantime Cap- these and .;
Mrs. C. W. Liddon went to Live Oak I II. Ford, who has spent the tain Burson has accumulated a com- grateful people cannot forget things,

, Luciua Saturday visit her daughter, Mrs. past winter with her brother, Mr. John fortable fortune.KINDERGARTEN. it is to their everlasting credit that they have not i
Uglow, left Tuesday for her home in
! North Branch Mich. Mrs. Ford was CLOSES TODAY forgotten them. I
If want to buy tub of lard, IOn
you a see accompanied by Miss Carrie Uglow, This morning from ten to twelve
i Bryan. who will spend the summer in Michi o'clock, Mrs. lIamrick's kindergarten t
class will demonstrate their work to
Mrs. E.. E. Cano_ went to Lake gan. parents and friends. This will be the behalf of Mr. Richard we thank the people for rallying to !
City Tuesday to visit Mrs. W. R. Ca-
closing exercises of the spring term. "
Summer time is here-get that his support at they are doing.
nova.Men's Straw lid at Sternberg's.Mrs. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGFOR

Shirts Collars and Ties ." 1
at Sternberg's, A. Price and Mrs. F. A. Scott 'SALE-One good young horse RICHARD CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE
went to Jacksonville Friday. Mrs. or mule. A. H. Green, Starke. 5.7-tt
Messrs. S. T. Starling and R. II. Price spent several days with Mrs L.
E. Roberts after which she left for WANTED-Will
Futch were Lawtey visitors to Starke pay best prices for
her home in Kingston, Pa., where she second hand Ford cars. J, P. Roberta -
will spend the summer Graham Fla. 6-7-21
P. Canova Thrower left
S. and Knox
SPRING IS HERE-and the boys WANTED good renter for a good
business far
Tuesday for
a trip as
farm. See Dr E. T Campbell.
north as Atlanta, making the journeyby will soon be out practicing for the
automobile. baseball games. Remember, we carrya 6-14-41.
complete line of Baseball, Tennis About The
Money Kept
and General Sporting Goodll.Qulg-.
Every day is bargain day Stump's.Mr 1 j ley Lumber & Supply Co. prices and ship your ties of all
I grades to Gress Manufacturing Co.,
and Mrs.. J. M. Tatum and !
daughter, Miss Lucile, spent Sundayin | We have too many idlers in Jacksonville, Florida. 8-5-20-1yr- House Hidden
Jacksonville. |Starke. This 1- not time for a steady'vacation. or Away
FOR SALE-At a bargain 20 acres
I If you can do no better
j ,
Clay county land, east of Highland,
Mrs. C. B. Hawkins, of Jacksonville, !i with your leisure time, get you a little Fla. If interested write me for
is in Starke this week, guest of Dr. t[ plot of ground and grow: vegetables. price. F. C. Bolinger, Shelbyville,
and Mrs. 1 FT. L. Biggs. I Every man is expected to produce 111. 4-16-6t..
something now, when the world cries .
Miss Fronie Rivers returned to her for something to eat. FOR SALE-Registered pigs; four
home at Long Bridge Sunday after I Poland China boars, 4 mos. old; five kt,
spending four weeks here with relatives Dr. and Mis. W. E. Middleton had Duroc Jersey sows and five boars,
and friends. as visitors at their home during the 4 to 6 mos. old;,prices reasonable; Is not always safe. It is often found by a
j week Misses 1\i4lbel Scab and Aline inspection invited. College of Agriculture
Bryan is selling Fruit Jars cheap. !, Dowling:, of Jacksonville; Miss Beryl A. W. Leland,','Fnrm Superintendent others and the suffers loss. J
See him before buying. Mullady, of Hampton, and Mrs. R. D. Gainesville, Fla. ;2-6-tf'! owner a complete
Dawley, of Green Cove Springs.A -

Mrs. Theo. Lowe, who has been visIting FOR SALE-Milk cow, three-quarters

her father, C, A. Mixon, re- Shoes new and line Caps of just Lidio arrived.Bathing Stump's.The Suit" .. sired registered Three months Jersey heifer bull. Both calf Then there are other risks. A careless. or .' :

112 Millions p will ladies present of"The the Community Sniggles Family"Kitchen of Roscoe.them McLane$60 cash, clo| Quigley for quick LumberCo. 42tf.tale. thoughless act may destroy the savings. i t

the Gaiety Theatre, next Thursday
Iat .
used last year I. evening, the 20th inst. This play will

to KILL COLDS I be ment given: of under Mrs. J.the R.capable Davis and manage-will WANTED-Man who can home give and bond farm with to teem sell 187 or Watkins auto. Money deposited with the Bank of Starke it
product. Big.Beat
j I doubtless receive a liberal patronage.: concern of kind in world. $1500 is fully protected by first-class mechanical''
to $5000 yearly income. Territory
"UCASCARA0QUININE Sweet potatoes, which recently were in this county open. Write today.J '
sold to buyers here for 75 cents to $1 R. Walking, Dept. 112 Winona. equipment and burglar insurance, and again :f$
n bushel, now 5 cents a pound Minn. 6-7-3t.
by experienced careful
I --- - -- management.
Foil SALE-My farm of 30 acres, 28
\a..1Jn".1lDi.. BUY "DIAMOND DYES"DON'T under cultivation, good: buildings, 2 *..
e-re. rtnbl a forte. -iafer.uri'uo RISK MATERIALEach miles west of Lawtey; also 20 head .
opl.._'ir''.'-i up a cold in 34tlira stock cattle. Part cash, balance on : Your in this Bank is safe and always 0' ',:
hou<_ grip In J d.y. package of "Diamond Dyee" contains time. II. J. Thomas, co| Armour money
Mo""., i If i' f..I.! Th. directions so sicipl' that any ,
.""u'n"I' bag li.. Rr .\, tn" with Mr. till'.'. woman can dye any t ready you you want, h ; ,
o .A' Art fimr Sears baa color card-Tak. no other dyel LL ---grV :

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strong character who Will not

" 1 I r I An additional financial burden. of-luminous miners already have been fall in love Reply slating

$6,600,000,OliO laid on the I granted; a 27 per cent increase, and age and your opinion as to
shoulder* of aAmer an people thlll while the anthracite miners' demands
year by thc United State government have not yet been nettled there is no your qualifications for withstanding -
; Increase In railroad{ freight: rates reason to suppose that the advance darts. :
higher pricei for coal and taxation to granted them will be less than that Cupid's jToxJl100 :

h! raise th- money necessary for the proposed given; their brother workers in the Starke, Fla.
I i soldier bonus are the three soft coal fields.
item which go: to make up this bill. The soldier bonus bill, if Congress 1 4g44
j"t ',, Thin additional ;5ro0.000,000( mean enacts It-and it must be rememberedthat
i (GO for each person in the United Congress now has its eye on little
: States. The head of each familythe else than election day in November-
average American<<: family being will require at least $2,000,000,000, WHEN WE I 4, HEM:

"\ s four person*- will pay $200. and it may run as high; at $8,000.000- ,, ,
, $u The railroad will pet the bulk of Ono, although/ the larger sum would be II ayvt ; '
, .r this money, roughly' $00,000,000.. 1 It spread out over a period of several ARE BORN WE
to Every cent of this amount
will take about $2,000,000,000 pay years. I
the soldier bonus, and the increased would have to be raised by additional II l ,. 1 Y a .N.r Derr
wage recently granted' the coal min. taxation, for the government's annual BEGIN TO DIE r 5 t

'. era' and panned along to the contiumer, expense now IH $9,000,000,000, and it
will Amount to 1000000000. has but a $6,000,000,000) Income to
The railroad of the rnuntrv already meet this outgo. I
are preparing take their share. The During the last week or ten day, A wise man who knew life, long ago dGrJ '
big trunk line have filed with the interstate however, there has been evident in said; "As soon as we are born we begin

commerce commission, new Washington; a growing: disposition to to die" ) '
"' schedules of rate involving increases permit this bonus measure to die a Life is just a series of trips to the rc'::

ranging from 30 per rent In the Eastern neacef death for Congress has been repair shop to keep our bodies out of
district to 31 hearing in no uncertain manner from
i transportation perrent the grip: of the old man with the
In tho South and 24 pel-rent In the people back home regarding/ such scythe. Dying is easy Living I is I!I
schedules will An extravagant expenditure this
the Went. new at
hard. Just a little carelessness or
add about 1.500,000,000 S to the domed- time.
tic transportation bill. Meanwhile the business world Is 1 neglect and 1 fatal 1 diseases may come.

,, Moreover, these new schedules makeno beginning feel keenly the Govern The Chinese pay their doctors to keep '
provision for the Increase in wages ment's enormous drain on the nation's them well. When the patient is ill! rV dY ., f r'
demanded by the brotherhoods and finances. "Businens is booming," it i li the doctor gets no tee

w which arc now pending before the railroad true yet in strange contrast,. the It is just before Spring that the
rY, labor board If these demands prosnrcts of an industrial depression Chinese doctor is busiest-keeping his
r are granted: -and the worker are insistent are looming larger: each: day. patients well so his fees will continueand
and the' government faces not Transportation troubles and the demands .
1 he won't be answerlnlsick callsat THERE HE STANDS!
x only serious' labor unrest, but a presi.dential of labor are the two flies! in the
midnight: for no
campaign as well-the wage ointment. Transportation shot; to
H Item will add! another 1000000.000 to pieces during: the two years of Government Now is the time, with winter closing

s the railroad bill making it $2,500- I operation was hobbling along to see that the vital organs are old "Dull" Durham. He belongs in this
: 000,000 in all. on crutches a mile behind traffic de ton Every dollar of thin huge amount; mands even before the "outlaw" of spring. At this time the body )"' Hall of Fame. Can you think of a more
will enter Into the cost of living switchmen' strike resulted I in the utter
directly I responds moot readily to safe s'nllibletrt'lltmt'nt.
for it will be paused on to the collapse of freight movement. Even familiar figure ? For over half a century Dull has
'' consumer and bo reflected in the when the road get back to normal I
been of the the tobacco he
, The of William part landscape represents
case Addison of ;
+i of all commodities{ carried by the a condition not yet attained it will .
railroads. It will mean ever higher' take months before industry will completely 140(5( Barnwcll street; Columbia, S. C. has made millions and millions of friends. !
i ", prices for coal I. clothing, shoes food recover from the tie up. an example of how the body throws *

bulJdinlmatt'rlalll. In fact everything:, Smokeless factory chimneys and un off! poisons and waste matter at this You roll from
f I'c for SID per cent of the things purchased employment have begun to dot the time of year under the right treat can fifty-thrifty cigarettes one bag.
:< by the average American reaches i East and Middle West. In the Penn ment. ,
,', his homo via a freight haul. eylvania step] and iron :regions, according "I have had rheumatism all winter,"
The Interstate Commerce commission to estimates. more than 2iO! Mr. Addison said "Medicines would GENUINE I i1 f
now has those new schedules 000 workers are idle, and the situation
not it out. I had to be out In all
; and is Is growing Ohio is big muddle
conslderatiaon. it certain worse. a
will bi Michigan region of factories kinds of weather and that made i it
l they granted In part. If not al a
together. The schedules, arranged by rither idle or running on short time. i worse I had pains from my feet to

Jft the biggest: railroad men in the country New England hall scarcely enough coal j my back.
are intended to put the roads on a to keep Us myriad shops operating "I could not rest at night. My kidneys BULL 'DuRHAM1\1
t basis of nix percent, net return to relieve from day to day. would pain me badly and my \
i, the present economic condition Trade authorities estimate that 1 in bladder was weak. ;

I r, of the carriers. The government has the motor industry alone 300,000 men "I saw a new medicine, "Peplax, be,
guaranteed: the roads a five and one are out of employment between New lag recommended here everyday by 1
half cent return for the six months
t per York and Chicago. Twelve thousand
i following: March 1, when the tranllnor.tatlon men are out of work in the city of people who found relief when I couldnot. TOBACCO
,h lines were returned to their Gary Ind. In Hammond another biir I decided to test this Peplax because

owners. Indiana steel center, more than half I thought the Nature remedies "
The increased wage to be nald the the factories are peopled by watchmen in it might do the work other medicines '\;
anthracite and bituminous coal miners alone. The great Calumet industrial had failed to do. .'
t together' with the additional. profits center is operating about
80 "This is what
per three> bottles of Pep tt
that will be pocketed by the '
operatorsin rent normal. Jobs
are no longer locking lax has done for ,
passing the bill along: to the public, for men; men have begun to look l t me. I sleep all night is )
will amount to $1,000.000,000.) The bi-i for jobs |I long and feel good when I wake,Jn) :; 10c o 1 ( i
the ,,f
_-I j morning. My stomach liver_ bow. Ihci ,
J --- I eta and kidney are all working; right.. ......V17..u.. ;; """.
LAD'H PRESENCE OK MINI ence with State Department officials a The pain are gone So I say that ',. ',.

wag Rear Admiral li. E. Coontz, aid others who are suffering! from rheumatism I t \.
+' Injured Man! Saved From Drowning for operations of the Navy Department stomach or kidney trouble e ; With Wltt-V. paper you :
by Uoy.=Quick[ = Action and his entire staff. At the ought to try this Peplax. I believe 1 can roll the best "Bull" ,
What would undoubtedly would have chine it for was IIl'nlnlIIdditional admitted\ that the naval necessity have they will get the same; relief that I 1 t s. Uurham cigarettes. :' 1'iF

s been fatal accident but for the rare vessels to both the east and west i : t
rr, presence of mind wf Dick Cooper, 17. roasts of Mexico had been the subjectof The Nature remedies that Mr. Addison I 5 ( n
ycur-old Bon of! Senator Cooper occurred discussion.At speaks of are eight: fine old Na
at the fish docks at about 10 thin time the only American ture products all noted for their special
i o'clotk Wcdnmduy moring. vessels on guard in waters adjacent to { curative worth and are so com-1 II!\

I A lighter that hud been towed in Mexico are tho Salem and destroyer ; pined in Pi'plax' the Nature Medicine,1that ur I

by the Teddy was being made fast and McCauley on the west coast and the all act together for the relief of 0 !i
V. a line was thrown by Clen COli ton to gunboat Sacramento at the mouth of the entire digestive tract so that Na- d7repor
a man known us IVtlro who is employed the Panuco river, near Tampico. :''ture can have the chance
;, by the West Coast Fish Co. At request of the State Departmentthe to eliminate
Pedro mado an effort to catch the .' Navy is Mending number of ilestrojers :, waste, create more strength, better dl.gratlen .
line and In this effort stepped upon to Mexican waters purer blood and real nerve
a "lank in the duck that extended a The attack u"onIexl..o: City, It i isI ;, vigor. '-
considerable distance from the supporting I understood, will be rnflde by troops These famous Peplax Nature rcme- --
? y beam The p plunk gave way I from Guerrero end Jalisco. The mobilir.ntion 'dies are: and read only the quotations, Graduating expenses have always -T-
he and dealers
and Pedro made an effort to jump to : of this force is being made I Gentian root, best known stomach would be a fine discriminator indeed I bean a burden but are even more so everywhere.
the deck of tile boat below. Insteadof under the personal direction of Gen. 'tonic for Indigestion! acidity, and who could tell United States government on present costs. The girl who used Manufactured by G. B. Williams I
landing on the deck as he decendcd Obregon: the revolutionary leader, it loss! of appetite; Juniper berries gas of wildcat quotations from those to want a $25.00 dress, will desire one Company, Quitman Ga., exclusively.
he woe caught under the arm by is said. Inurify kidney and bladder to as the fluctuations mining or oil stock, so far I costing: $50.00 now and that Is only -Adv.-((1)i )
All the official! ; Chinese every day are con
n high piling, suffering considerable reports for the last ''Uhubatb cerned. one of a long lis-t; of expenses.
injury to bin arm and side. After few days bristle with news of defections root, to Invigorate the intes Teachers say that costly graduating i We are proud of the confidence doc
;,,. striking the piling ho was thrown to from the Cmranza cauxe. General I tines; Spanish licorice root, to allay The New York Sun is light in its 'I clothe are often purchased by fan tors, drtlr'giJlts i and the public have in .
the dock, and there, to save himself Villa has announced at the border I rritatlon and remove foreign mucus conclusion. "The government must dies of struggling: wage earners. 6;iflfi: Chill and Fever Tonic.Adv.SEED.
from going ovel'hoard. caught a heavy that Cairanza'a" own general are tieI I Then there Is mandrake, the old stop'spending and clean up its I. O. They have a natural pride in ability

barrel. In tho scramble he fell overboard I setting: him and suggesting to him nerve remedy; Jamaica gingerroot, U's.: When any one says something to keep up their end, and dislike to sec '01 f'''++++++++++++++. +++++++++
tr' followed that he resign before revolution the about the need for stabilizing their daughter ,
by the heavy barrel I I pro- Nature product to warm the stom'nch gove..n.nll'l't appear inferior. Some.
which lit nick him on the head and I coeds any further. I ttimulate the flow of .ecuritif'll. there is the retort times she spends more than children
rendered him unconscious, lie began A resume of the situation issued |juices and nourish the stomach digestive bloodvessels that it would be but "printing pressmoney" of the wealthy whose position is assured ::1 I II IIBeht
and that Russia .
to slrk Immediately Young Cooper, from the Obregon hindquarters, says: tried it without without display.
1 who was standing nearby, without I "Practically two-thirds of Mexico is Dandelion most prized of all success. But the unsavory fact The schools are the foundation Ii
hesitation, went to tho man's rescue. now in revolt against the Carranzu liver remedies and Sarasparilla! best remains that we, the people, the government |I democracy, and their benefits adapted to Florida Climate '' ''
S Cooper jump in feet first, straddling 1 regime, and more than half the feeler. I(if oil blood tonics.With of this United Mates, urgedour be enjoyed to the full by all When and Boil prompt shipment .
Pedro's form, about which Coop- I al army has mutinied and joined the this wonderful combination of men and women and children: to incidental expenses become from big stock. Send
.4 rrwound his legs, locking his feet on I't'vulutllm. which is abundantly sup 1! Vnture remedies known to everyone, buy liberty and victory bands, assure I that many children ore either so barred heavy i for 1920 catalogue and week- '. ,'
the other sld.. Cooper then took hold plied with munitions of war" ', it ii no wonder that these wonderful ing them that they would always be out or else compelled to spend beyond Iv once list.
of a line that had been thrown him and President Cuianza was advised by I endorsement of Peplax worth their face value, and today, as their meow, democracy Oldest established seed house
bin are given day the Sun tells us "their bond ceases to ex. in Hit. ; ;
with Mr.' Coxton's assistance succeeded generals in a conference held a few After day and week after have ist. t
in landing the half-dead man. days ago to resign in favor of a president I week. funk xo low that when they are compelled The schools that influence)
Sold lit tome
Doctors McQueen and Blount adopted interim w horn he or Congress [ \ to sell" them they must take a for girls to make their graduating sen I F.f A Martin Seed [0.
heavy lot' .
writ mimomvl and gave the unfortunate should appoint, according to Mitchell's ** clothes themselves out bf
man medical aid While dangerously umpatchvs reaching Washington thru i Drug Store, Tho public's back is bowed well nigh lariats teach one of the most simple valuable ma :J:: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Injured by the blow on the head official channels Carrania refused, to breaking under the load of taxation l lessons provided by the crurriculum. ++ +++.+++++#+fii4" 1'Let
and suffering from other injuries, the dispatches said, but agreed to the Starke, FloridaRaiford ; it is carrying. We bore it cheerfully A class thus attired would
there la hope that Pedro' will recover withdrawal of the presidential can under the false stimulus of war, but more applause in Gainesville than arouse !Mrs. Mary Graves Tell You Her
-I'unta tioida Herald. didacy{ of Ygnacm{ Uuiullias, ambassador \ I S. W. Smith today when peace is with us, and we rigged: out in the most costly one ''cult" rY liaising Experience

--. to the United Status, and to the have taken stock of our load, it is ap. the metropolis could afford. gowns. lliree years ago bought an Incubator -
PLANS nm ACtION' 111' MEXICO sending of a commission to negotiate! Lawtey 0. W. Roberts palling to think of adding more to ville News, --Gaines this year I've made money. Rat
with the revolutionists. that debt. If we could by borrowing stole my baby chicks. Didn't know

I't'Cf'tIN.tlng! of War Chief IJ'ld- Federal garrisons *t Parral J inline a dollar pay off two dollars of back THE until a fxend gave me a cake of RAT
More ships to he :Sent and Camargo: in the southern GOVERNMENT; : I1ONI1S; DECKEAS- indebtedness, or could refund that IS APOWERFUL SNAP Next morning' found two dead
Chihuahua, have revolted and joined: ING IN' VALUE back indebtedness at a great interest I' ENEMY rats In hnnerKept finding them.

Washington{ D. C, May 0.-Recent the revolution according to a telegram saving, it would be commendable and !hiul.lenly;" i i they disappeared altogether.
conferences hold 1 between representatives from the general: headquartersof The woman who drew a check on common sense; but to borrow to meet Little Insect Takes Huge Toll From It'll the only 'sure rat killer. Take
of the State und! Navy the rebel army to Sonora agents her bank to cover an overdraft which something else that I I. to be added! at ,, Mrs. Graves' advice. Three fIzell.25c.
have revealed that the Carunza here. The defecting; forces, the message that bank had notified her was charged a time when the nation is already bro I Country i I <501', $!. Sold and guaranteed by . C.
!' government in Mexico is crumbling said, included ,000 to 7,000 in. against her account, was no more ken down in the back, is cause for far Jones and Mitchell's Drug Store.
BO rapidly that immediate and further fun try and cavalry, 100) machine Runs foolish than the American people and more 'f'.lnlof danger than even the 'I Scientist say that mosqottoes carrying |
and 14 various our government' Sun sight*.-Tampa Tribune. the deadly malaria
steps must be taken to protect tho canon calibers. today, with their per.sistent and other
lives and property of American citl- The Sixty-vvcond Infantry tlutal- borrowing from each other to 'I: disease germs are responsible for Catarrhal. Deafness Cannot Be Cured)
lion at Chihuahua refused to join the meet past and more deaths than b) loaf pllcallona> .
acne in that country. Americans accumulating: Indebted. GRAHUATIOFXI'ENSES: : all of the wars since the diseased they cannot teach
movement the said and ness.The' ;i the portion ot the ear 'l'hel' .4
message was beginning
have already been advised to leave of time. onT: one waY" to cure C'lIarrh.1 D.afnee..
iaA Jaurex! and other border town in thereupon attacked by the, other units, New York Sun say: "This na. .When the i i i Their bite !is often as that f. hr' 'a eronaltntlonal remedy.
man' deadly
tion has poor HALL'S
'Mexico. It In reported that practically and"wa captured and imprisoned in- already borrowed itself into daughter get ruttlein&ke's l as a through CATARRK MEDICINE ats
two-third n tad the clouds of inflation, excessive cur up to the taut rear of high school the the Blood. on the Mucou. eurlaceecaused
of Mexico is 1revolt By
now Catarrhal
against the' Cnranza regime and The Mexican government has been rency and abnormal costs. And yet, question arise whether the family can both national every means known to mankind .bygan Inflamed cond tionfof ath15

?' that more than half of the federal definitely informed that the United ness with of an outstanding bonded Indebted. afford to give her the final year. They are Irving: to and 1o nl health service When t is the I.the Innam..01. younhayu a
twenty-six billion exterminate
Mill dollar
army has gone over to the rebels. American intt'reslllt.hat are being regaled with we might perhaps get along without her this will never be. them, but when rumbllnll'' sound oro Imperfect bearing'. and
; have business with congressional: We must It I. entirely "closed ,
The situation is daily growing mor* Mexican ports protect r..ult. lla.tnen f. the
i serious from an American standpoinI' t controlled by the revolutionist*. rumors of a needed additional debt of earning capacity But when-it comes ourselves against his pest By proper diced end Unlee Ihl.. the inflammation can W re-.

Reports to the Navy Department This announcement at the State Department a w billion"bonus"dollars which to meet some kind of to the heavy cost of graduating, the screening and by a daily spray of mal condition, hearing tube tutored' may destroyed 1sa nor.
are that- Tamplco and Vera Crux on wan the first surface indica no one, either in or situation looks different. Many; TORMENT the house can be kept caused ataxy ea.e. ot Deafness are
out of has free by Catarrh
congress: at this which
tion, that time the of all I. an Inflamed
the east Muzatlan the west and officials here believe that the struggling! families mosquitoes condttion of
on )least idea how it will be feel it can't be af TORMENT is a the Mueou. Surface,
Mexico City are in immediate danger Carransa regime( has disappearedpermanently vided. spent or di forded. So the girl misea the most "*n e of attack by the revolutionary forces in territory now dominated insect can live. eaf cannot
If one will)) but It is death
rover the names of fruitful year of her education to insect a.YEDICIcured HAWS CATARRH
Participating in the recent confer- by the rebels. and her but harmless to : NTfl,
'r .the-. securiliateed In-a day's market whole life i* stunted Sold 1 by human btings. All Druggists' 7fo. Clreu1. tree.

druggist--: general.- store r. .Y. Cheney b Co.. Toledo) Ofclo.

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A negro entered a garage in Orlando t] "At least $250,000 w U be expendedin
last week and calmly took possession I the Fulford Beach section in the The Smaller Cars lit!
of a Dodge car and drove away next two years by a group of Northern -
before anyone thought of interfering. capitalists who have just acquired

three-quarters of amile of ocean front "- ..",....."-,, .."
Compulsory dipping will be started opposite Fulford and about 6,000 acres
in earnest in Duval county this week, of land on each side of Dumfoundling ."II
although considerable opposition is bay and the canal connecting K; with
being expressed in action and words Biscayne bay," says the Miami Metro Back of the manufacture of Goodyear Tires" ;
of the cattlemen.J. polis.
by some range \
for the smaller cars is! the same purpose to. .

II. Starncs, principal of the Lake Saul I'ongrissor( wireless operatoron 'upplyhighvalueinthcproductthatisbehind : M.
Wales High School died Thursday afternoon the Lenape. of the Clyde Steam-
as a result of diving in shallow ship Company, was drowned Wednesday % the manufacture of the Goodyear Tires that ;. .
water, his neck being broken by afteroon at Pablo Beach while in '
the impact. bathing with a party of friends. It equip the most expensive automobiles built.

was reported from Pablo last night
Jefferson county produces 80 per that searchers were making every effort This purpose is expressed by the enormous : '
cent of the commercial watermelonseed to recover the body, but had been I .
sold in this country. In 1919 the unsuccessful. It is believed the body } ; resources, extraordinary skill and scrupulous
average yield of 4,105 acres was 105 was carried out by the tide. the manufacture of Goodyear
pounds of seed to the acre. care applied to

Willie Mitchell escaped convict, was I ''I Tires in the largest tire factory in the world :: -
Mayor. elect, Noel A. Mitchell, head taken back to the state prison farm .
of the overall club af St. Petersburg, 1 at liaiford Thursday. Mitchell was devoted solely to the 30x3-, 30x3Vz-, and
distributed 300 pair of overalls to club I arrested in Jacksonville, Officer High-
members at.sixty cents a pair. Mr. tower of the liertillon department) x4-inch, sizes. .'.. .'
Mitchell obtained them from army identifying the_prisoner as an escaped '
stores. convict by the hnger print system in The effect of this endeavor is noted in the : s
use there. The negro made his escape -
With the arrival of the American some time ago while serving a )' fact that: last year more cars using these sizes i

steamship Beaumont, the new mahog- term of ten years factory-equipped with Goodyear Tires ,
any importing season is opened, and were
Pensacola has been selected as one of "Black Devil Clouds" rolled over II ). than with any other kind. !"
the points where the larger part of West Florida Tuesday and Wednes
will be handled.A day. At several places the clouds almost .
the products formed twisters Hail fell in ( It is also noted in the fact that if you own a

sunfish 1,706 many localities the wind reached high p I) Maxwell other Ir Iri
weighing Dort
mammoth velocity and there were cloudbursts. Ford, Chevrolet, or car
pounds, was brought to Key West by ''
W. K. One young woman at Milton was of the sizes mentioned you
the yacht Genesse, owned by requiring one ,
struck by lightning. Loss of i
Vanderbilt Jr. It was hoisted to the crops
be will\ be heavy and there are reportsof can secure Goodyear Tires and Goodyear
dock by derricks and was said to t ; ..
live stock in lowlands "
the largest fish of the kind ever seen having per. i' Tourist Tubes at the nearest Goodyear
in this port. It was caught off Sand ished. Damage to roads will be heavy. -ii Heavy ,_..... ,

Key. .. "The Osceola-Cypress Company has Service Station. -

; Fi.1 built a city on the upper St. Johns" I ': " -
The negro Welfare League of declares the Sanford Herald. The \ f
Meade found that its one best bet for story is of the setlement that has ll t
its own welfare was to cease to be, come into existence with the estab- ''Ii''I
when it sent out "questionaires" to lishment of a great, modern manufac-
the white citizens asking the opinionof tory of the Osceloa Cypress Companya
the people about certain of the few miles from Geneva. The com y/ /rte "..

white merchants, and offering criticisms pany has a three-story mill and the ",
of their methods. people who operate it and attend to
the business of the concern number rr/ C
The Merrill-Stevens Shipbuilding I "r
Corporation has closed a contract for I 1,500.Wil
the repair and overhauling: of ten |I Wilson a young white lad, who 30.3O".I"rarDounl..Gure $2300 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tub,. are thick, strong tube that
large locomotives of the Seaboard AirLine i I resided in the Rochelle section, is tubric''AllAVeacher TreaJ. reinforce c snig. properly. Why rink a good caning with a t
official' cheap tube tiootiycar Heavy )"ourlol1'ull..a coot little more
railway, according an dead as the result of a pistol shot
30x3V4 Goodyear 511! '. '. than tube of lew merit. 3t>. 3size' in tvattr- d
statement made to the Times-Union wound said to have been inflicted by ;; J 'J 'jl $A 5Q ,
yesterday toy President Pnor. The j I'' English Erwin, a fourteen year-old Fabric, Antl-Skia Tread ._ ... a 1- proof bag..,_.?......m.---, 'r'- ,

work will be done at the Southsides boy, who also lives near Rochelle. 4I
yards I From the information at hand the two I

I:. boys had returned from church to i f
A huge rattlesnake was killed near Erwin's home aDd Erwin claims they
Rochelle last week and when the snake were looking at a pistol when it was ft
Tattles were enumerated 20 rattles I i i; accidently discharged, the ball going
were found. This monster rattler was 'i: through and through: his pal, killing ..
killed while he was in the act of him almost instantly "
ing a turpentine worker, whose strik-I'I : 1i.1

rade happened to be standing The Miami Metropolis says that .
hand and who acted in the nick of 11 cars of Chinese Coulie laborers for .I
time. Cuban sugar plantations are being s
transported through Miami on the

The Aurantia Stock Farms Com F. E. C., trains under strong guard. I _-... .........__ I
pany, recently organized: witha capital I A consignment of 1,200 from China _
stock of 100000. has purchased from by the way of Newyork are at present "
the Florida East Coast Fruitland Co., |, being routed this way, and this morn- -- -- I
8,790 acres of the latter's holdings ing's travelers were the fifth traini may be, and he is unable to give any by three automobile loads of armed COSaU SS\ttN'S: : JOY III UK I and $SUOII a day to operate It, w.s. according I
known aslndian River Park, in Bre- i I load. The preceding trainload went sort of account of himself, sitting in men who demanded the black and ordered !MAY NOT UK PULMCll OIT I| to the plans, to sail from Han
vard county, on which to establish. a through last Sunday. his cell and moving his hands aboutin the olllrer to proceed, on hla way. I Frunrslco July 6th, linim-diutely fol. I
large catle and live stock ranch. I t'oa'd'dartment: the attitude of a )person workingthe I, A cud beside the negro's body bore 'three Month Junket at Tatpayrrn'. lowing adjournment of the Democratic
The state will in ouija and muttering words and the legend, "This is what you get for Expeiise Had Keen Planned national convention.
Great interest is being taken by the the near future equip itself with the !phrases which mean nothing to his i! insulting a white woman." n(> ' Randall, of California !
cotton growers in the new boll weevil proper road building machinery and I listeners. He came from Lakeland originated, the Idea, and sent lutters .t
exterminator that was invented in construct the tate highways: unless Several days ago in the company of a Members of Congress! who huvo to all House members, describing,
Jacksonville. The factory is almost future bids are lower than they have man named Sherman, but his companion ', Scientific method of clime detection signed up for a junket joy ride to the the prospective joys of the trip Informing -
completed and next month will be I been, according to John E. Gilbert, of disclaims all knowledge of him illustrated in the court of Justice Orient aboard tin army transol.tIt.! them of the plans and asking I
shipping: the insecticide to fill hun- I''Jacksonville, who has just returned beyond having met him in Lakeland. George 11. Smith, of Palm Beach when Vernon at government expense, suddenly them to indicate at once whether they
dreds of orders that have been taken from a road and road material inspection I'M: Duncan, colored, was confronted are getting! "cold feet. A I- would bo able to go.
for it in Georgia. Alabama and South trip through Kentucky and Indiana with photographs/ of his finger prints tho the plan, were carefully guarded, i
When in the Gulf the first of the The he to last from
trip said
Duncan had been arranged the was
Florida. I : on
Carolina as well , plan of road building. week off St. George Island loking for j chaise of stealing! upward of $&00 in being published, the 85 Democrats and 110!() to Id) days, slops being made at
t Denzil Dever, aged 14, of St. Petersburg shrimp, Mr. Charles Shelley's boat currency from the otllce of the Goo.I fi&! Republicans, who indicated their Hawaii, Guam, the Philippines, Japan ,i
came to a stop and refused to func- and China. Members would be ..'1
when W. Fowler Company, the theft having
the world's record intention t<> have been strurken
broke M. A. Howell of Plant City, was I go
tion. Mr. said he allowed to take with them their wives
t Shelly that felt a The "
. been committed last Sunday. t
by a
his miniature airplane propelled killed Tuesday night by driving his t with fear as to what their constituentswill
slight and had he been In shallow children cither members of I heir
: jar, <
band motor, flew 120 feet in thief had climbed I through a irnrisom \ think about it,
rubber car through a temporary bridge: overa
water lie would have concluded that families. The! only expense would] be
into the olllce in into the
the high school auditorium. Not only run at Sweat's mill pond. lie had ; getting The Mt. Vernon, a converted Gc-r- .
some hidden obstruction was impeding a charge/: of $).25 a day each for meals 1
he left the imprint of his fin-
break room
did the eighth: grade boy a record been to Tampa during the day and it the progress of the boat. As the boat ,i man liner, requiring a crew of COO) un required by law.
andhigh on the casing and this imprintwas
but he won both the grade: is reported that after he had passed gets:
school first prizes in the annual was In deep water-several fathoms photographed and computed with Other oflk'lul junkets have l been arranged -
the bridge his to
: over regular on
in fact-Mr. Shelly began an investigation -I of W. for the edification and 't11
airplane tests of the manual training Tampa the county tractor destroyedthe an Imprint Duncan's finger J. 'pleasureof
department, totaling $25 cash. bridge. Not knowing of this Mr. and he soon located a six-foot Bishop thief of the identification l bu.r our overworked legiiilntors, but this );
t I : shark jammed between life skat of the or
i reau the ;Miami police department ono was to nutjunket them all.\ It ,
Howell drove on to the improvised
While fishing for tarpon not far structure which had! been placed there boat and the propeller\ and as the pro. and It. Id. Jituilinic! a Miami detective, was to bn a junket de luxe and 1 the '"
from his Royal Poinciana camp near and his machine was overturned in the I' puller revolved deep gashes were cutin Hertillun experts, testified UH to how ,plans were )progressing: famously until 'I.
Fort Meyers the other day, Mr. Brun- creek, pinning him underneath. the back of the shark. Finally the the comparisons wf, finger markings Keep WellDo the pesky sleuths of the press be't
fish escaped Mr. Shelly\ thinks the giving It Now there IK
hooked a thirteen and a half-foot were made and declared that the imprint gun pulilicity.
-er taw fish. Soon afterward the drag: on On Friday morning of last week, shark arising under the boat rushed left on the transom casing was ] danger the while thing may 1 iirnomlniounly I',
to the attack and he was caught and not allow the collnpsc.1M \ .
"froze." Mr. Bruner, displaying Identical\ with the imprint of Duncan' )
his reel two fisherman found a monster fish
held a >*n 'r- poisons of undigested: .._. __ ....
unusual resourcefulness and skill, which had drifted in from the Gulf of rr finger, It was the. first time in Palm 4 _.__
[ food to accumulate In
changed: his line to that on another Mexico, into the mouth of the : Bearh county th it thin m'mns of Id bowels where i ifir
Chief th they
Through F. C. Roach, your Common
the fish t-nitfirntion has born used Gonvroalty)
reel and rod and landed big tins river, about twelve absorbed Into
St.\lar-1 Jucksomile! are your I.
police department has : men are not only <*nti, >r r. KIT
boat. . i
alongside of his guide ''of Homosassa river. It was e asked system. Inclinationcon
been to asist in clearing the the .
devil his
btitheyy/ Ill-tint
dues on
ed be feet long, and ,
to sixty mysterious circumstances stipation, headache, bad "
thick, lying on its side. Its head LINCOLN IIl1l.LWiThe blood, and numerous adding n fat beaus It i t lliu. Lord
of G. Adams .
Harry well
. jft off Corns! ,''and lower jaw eight feet long. It had.1 known case young man of Daytona a, who other troubles are boundto who uxiiully. i.mli l'"Uf'ctlol\1# puur-
no teeth, but on each jaw was a fiber disappeared from, his home more thana Y follow. Keep your I IlounUin I'oHt(
:, like hair about ten inches long The week ago, since which time no triifof system clean, as thousands ":"
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone flippers, or side fins two and a half him has been dlcsovered. On the of others do, by 1
fret long, eighteen inches wide. The taking an occasional dose :. _z..I.
costs only a few cents. day he disappeared Adams sold aFrontto Cil the old, reliable, vegetable :
c dorsal fin three feet long:, and twnfect '
a man named J. F. Decker for medi- Nf'r
.",'/, wide.! The tail was forked and was $445. They started for Ormond in ,clne. family liver .fNDLE> ,
il,,' estimated to be eight feet from pointto the cat On the way they met two -Jfi" '
. It would have weighed: sevi HOTEL
'"' ) white men with whom Adams was acquainted ,
'",I tal tons. and stopped and began to #r rrvN Thedford'aBlackDraught e V JACKyONVItll'FU"

': Injunction proceedings have been play "crap,*", Decker says Adam' 1.'L"s Eiiroppjr.Ploivfomjfcfe f nwfrmScrcci:
''II; granted against the tax collector of I won $450 and then lost $100 Then, outside rooms.SiejnvUwlsd.*l.l5up-C&f! in .
:t tON'
Dtvker of the offeredto !
says one men
Alachua county to enjoin him from ( *(ConAiort! to[ .In j II
take Adams home, and Adams left
land the collection of taxes Booklet
selling in
for Special Road and Bridge DistrictNo. I with them leaving Decker still\ shoot haft. of City Send for .j
1. It is understood taxes have ing: dire Decker returned to Day WIHOUWiniTM.' PROP'S ?

been collected from the taxpayers of tone The strangers continued on 1\\,.. W. p Pickle of .
I Alachua county ever since the Special their way. Since that time nothinghas Rifting Fawn,Ga.,writes:
I Road and Bridge district was first. I ben heard! from him.. ''We have used 'Ihed- I

'created, and that ranges back from ford'i black-Draught/: as
: a period in 1917. To legally collect Riddled by forty or fifty bullet'-' the a family medicine. My
I taxes on lands for these Special Road body of an unidentified negro porter mother-in-law could not
G and Bridge districts necessitates wait. was found beside the Lakeland-liar take calomel as it seemed OODTO
ing until after these bonds have been tow road about eight miles from the f too strong for her, to she "" rrvrenrrOPOIe'
disposed of, but in Special Road and former city, shortly before( midnight t1W used Illack-Draueht at a
this has not been CoastLine f// 1t"a mild laxative nnd liver
Bridge: District No. 1 The man was porter on Atlantic
With fingers You un lift 08 . We it
regulator.( use
lour the train No. 82 northbound and wa-:
any har soft corn or corn between 1 Ir"I In the family and believe SEALED TINS ONLY
taken from his train Saturday night
the and the bard skin calluses from -
toes, it Is the best medicine for
bottom of feet.A Lieut. Gordon E. Mullen' when It passed Lakeland about 1030.: the liver made." Try It. j
tiny bottle of "FrMzone" costs little \ late of the Canadian Aviation Service A young white woman enroute to Bar, ( Insist on the enulne- -
at any drug store; spply a few'drops I is in the county jail, his mind sadly tow stated that h. had insulted her. I ford's. :2Sc) :a packuse. MAXWELL HOUSE
upon the corn or callus. Instantly' it r deranged the detectives attached to She proceeded to Bartow and sent B-1S \\1
.tons hurting, then shortly yon lift that the sheri!'. office believe through the Chief Deputy Sheriff Oliver back for People' Candidate for Governor.
bothersome corn or callus right off, root I excessive UM of the Ouija board. the negro. The deputy later stated he B. COFFEE: :
and all, without on. bit of pain or sorulyl *< Nothing is known of the young man' was alone with the handcuffed negro, Give him your first choice vote. so "., ,
n..a No IIbUllJ relatives or what his kome address driving to Bartow. when overtaken''4s for all the people all the time. ,



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