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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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The following is a synopsis of the I i I Interest in Election, :'Oothalt'd By Limited" Train Will dot Stun: at Little Alice Fernandez cclebiated. fi.

address delivered Tuesday evening to I|I Had Weather Stark her sixth birthday Saturday afternoon jv
the graduating class by Or. Harry BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOLAt from 4:30: to 1 0:80: at the homo % {
R. Trusler, Dean of the Law School in Monday it rained all day and the The new Seaboard time schedule of her mother, :Mrs. K. S. Fernandez: '
the University of Florida: candidates for the various county ofli. the high school auditorium Sun- school Unit ersity of Florida addressed cent into effect at 12:01: : o'clock Sun- on Water street The little one enjoyed '

ces had a disagreeable time travelingon day evening, a large audience gath the audience On the subject of "The day morning The change from (the j themselves. with games ..f various f
The Present, Educational Outlook I the slushy roads to make their final ered to hear the fine baccalaureatesermon I j Problems of Modern Education." Thin old schedule is so light till It really'I kinds and were regaled with Ice ,

Old eulogies of education. arrangements It rained all Tuesday and the splendid music, the was a masterly address inviting the amounts to nothing: as the trains 1Il'1-1 cl'am. rake and other daintlei. Many t

. Present educational problems, the forenoon but as the roads were complete program) being as follows: I young to become well educated for the Jan arrive and leave on the designated nice presents'' were given the little HhoMtcss. !
,' doubts thrown upon the value of an I still negotiable and the bridges safe, I Orchestra Hymn Medley (R
': professional the voters came to the polling places, )-B. D. Law, cornet} :Miss Doris -I that within a few year all educated of the trains is as follows: and Isabel and :Miss, Isabel O'Neal l, of jjvGainesville w,
rather than stay home and watch the I Law, violin; Mrs. O, G. Cooper, ac. J workers will be well compensated :Northbound! I who visiting: them all- <
Main trouble: Trained mind will not I water gather in their fil'ldJMOI'e interest companist. I for their labors j i iI No. 2, )6:05) : ) a. m., as before.o. ,'stated. In serving \\i

sell In the labor market to as good I was taken in the election Chorus Handel Presentation of certificates and di- \!: 4 4:0f
just I Largo ( )-Soprano,, 4:02: p. m ; wan : before Thorn invited wen' Sarah Hope r rIIolld %
advantage as trained muscle. I past then in any held for many years Mesdames) J. E. Futch, A. Z. Adkins., I! plonvas was made by Col. C. L, Peek. No. 20, Cedar Key train 9:5.t a III,; Georgia llaynes, Evelyn and Marjorie .
Value of education in the army. I otherwise on account of the inclt'mentwt'ntht.'r ,, Charles Chalker, George Marks! E. M. |I Those receiving certificates of promotion was DW before Stump, Etholin: White, Betty and
In civil life the lack of organization the vote would have been Johns; alto, Mrs. E. K. Perryman,, I from the eighth grade to the j Southbound; I Roscne :McLane, Lester Price and Eldredere : .

robs education of its financialadvantage. light, whereas Is proved to be heavy. Misses Jessie Thomas Louise Uessent high school were: Eunice Perkins, No.1. lltftii: I'. in., as before Robinson, Leila r 1"8ndl'<\vlI,

After noon Tuesday, the sun began : Nelle Roberts, Doris Law; tenors,, Iris Epperson, Maurice Edwards, Nel- No. 8. 11OS: a. m.; was 11:07 bo- Richard! Harvard, James Richard
a; With the abatement of the class to shine, and the candidates and their ;Messrs. A. E. Wall. Harold, Wall B. lie :Mott, Isabel Fernandez, Elizabeth fore.No. Wuinwrighl, Stevio Yates. Evelyn: and J'

' ; struggle in America, which is probable friends, like the little busy bee unproved D. Law, John Powell, Wm. Struth ; Ilrownleo, Louisa Diggs, Comer Long, 21 I Cede Key train l:5S; p in ; I I Doris Pope, Herbert Roberts, Mary
'q'iff education again will come Inton'its each !shining hour, and voters bass, J.o'. Kickiter, L. G. Powell,, Charlie Johns, lIa.lgt'lidJldon: Lau- was 5:04 betottv I Rrownlee. Martha Brownlee. A E. I IWilli

own. who had not yet put in an appearancewere Wilbur Scott .Willie Epperson; Mrs a 1 1'8'nn.' Audrey Johns, Margaret Tho Wannoe brunch train Hiives at'' Jr.. :Martha Powell Mutiny Catiovu. .
Acquisition of an education Is analogous smoked out of their lairs (sometimes I D. C. Jones, accompanist; !Mrs A. E. Long; Thomas Limbaugh, Julian Cu- '' 7:45: a.'m. and, iinivv' at :i:15 ;,, m., I .liilii Canova I'attie IJrinnon,

to crop planting. The market with cigars). Wall, director j 111O\'a. Walter Kuhl Rodney Crosby, as before, daily, except Suiutiy.Hut I :Merrill I.'utdl, Paul Knight S. R.
value of an education as, present is Many voters whose activities lie HazelVarlen, William Struth. This
Invocation Archdeacon Holt of the f
I an important change i.1 the Johns Jr. Vivian Kite, Sloe Kite, '
f' low, but it is the market value at the elsewhere but who still claim allegiance Episcopal church. is the largest! number 4i time of harvesting not the time of to old Bradford home to j I from the eighth grade and, speaks '
I came Scripture reading, Philippians, 3rd cerned, of the "Limited." This train' Pat tie and Cooper O'Neal, Edmond f
planting! that is material. vote. Those who Starke to well in praise of the patieut, efficient '
! came .to chapter-Rev. Law. will not stop nt Starke, going either I Struth, Ruth Sternberg, Billy \
To refrain from getting; a college vote were: Geo. W. Baisdcn Paul \voik of Mills'Cal.rie Holly, who has The only between !
Nay stoppage
i Young Men's Chorus, Purple Shadows Graham. Eloise and Dorothy ,
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education is similar to withholding Baisden, J. R. McCIenaghan, Romeo (lIul'kabee-Wilbur Scott Willie taught: this grade for the past term. I Jacksonville and Tampa are at Ocala, :, Billie Wynn. !

,. fertilizer from "on orchard when the Andrews, Allan Canova and Dr. W. H I Epperson, Thomas Limbaugh,, Wm. I After 1 presenting the diplomas to I Buxhnell, Dade City?and Plant City. - -' ----*
trees are just about to come into bear Clmeona of Jacksonville; A. V. Long, the graduates of 1920 Col, Peek gave Going South this train throuF'hStulte ; "
: Struth Walter Kuhl, Harry Canova passes : ENTERTAINS; cum
ing; for an education is fertilizer of 1 of Palatka; W. L. Thomas of Oak; John Powell, B. D. Law, leader j a short history of the previous gladluates !' at 2:20: |'. m., and going north lmNMrll.
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\ the mind, and only when the mind has I R. A. Weeks, of Brooker; R. S. Hum- of the Bradford High School, ut l :51 p. m. \
been forced into full bearing does an phrey and J. W. Andrews of White- : Sermon, Overcoming Obstacles
telling something of the things they' A* it would be of small moment for .
Text Philippians, 3rd chapter, 13-14 Pi-Witt C. Jones was hastoaeat ,
education yield an adequate return house C. of ,
or ; G. Livingston Tampa; I had accomplished in this big; the railway company to have these
insure the substantial progress of the I J. C. Poppell, Esq., of Plant City; W. \'el'sell-Rev, J. C. Diggs.I I I This history proved to be exceedingly train stop at Starke, as before, whileit a musical and social meeting of from theWoman' '

state. A. Colley, of Mulberry; J. O. John I Chorus, Gloria ( Mozart-Choir.) interesting to the audience and Col. would be of great benefit to our citizens Club Friday afternoon
Benediction Archdeacon Holt i R to 11:10 '
The serious I
is the discouragement
of Willeford.
most problem son, Peek was often interrupted with we hope this matter will he taken .
of teachers The teacherwas w --i i Monday evening a number pf high rounds of applause. A number of up with the railroad commission.' The rooms were adorned with quantities I

underpaid before the war. Now WILL LEARN: ABOUT TILE: school students presented the amusing the young men fought in the great - _._-.- -- of white hydrangea and mate* ..

he gets $112 where he used to get LEGION; AT REUNION farce, "My Cousin Timmy," which war' on the fields of France, and one . I . . .H I MM ... IMIIMMCONTRIIIU1KD nolias, while on tho porch went placed 1
$100, but the dollar represents only I I from start to finish was a great success graduate gave: his life for his country handsome potted plants, forming a
about 49 cents 300 to 400 schoolrooms Tampa, June 8."Every exserviceman and reflected much credit on, while leading his men at the battle of + dainty floral setting for the ladies in I

in Florida are without teach in the state should visit the first those taking part and on Miss Jeantiette St. Mihiel. Since 1897! the year the + -_ t their lovely afternoon gown: The \
teachers in the United annual reunion of the American Matthews who directed this entertaining receiving IIno was composed of Mrs.
ers. 140,000 state Starke school began to have a graduating + The situation in Bradford '
of the occasion, Mr* .-
States have left the profession withinone Legion in Tampa June 21 and 22" according and realistic play. The per. J <'Ia811. there have been sixty- + county seems to have been in the Jonas, hostess Mrs.A. .
year. The average yearly salaryfor to S. L. Lowery, Jr., state adjutant sonnet of this amusing farce were: one graduates. Those graduating *. mind of the poet who wrote: N. 1 n. Wainwright president; L.
white women teachers in Florida He believes the men will become Helen Diggs, Nelle Roberts, Ethel previous. to the clans of 1S)20) were: + + Z. Adkins, vice president! ; Mrs
for the current year will not exceed better acquainted with the I<'g- 'I Griffin Nellie Stearns, Gladys Brown, i Claude AlvareCornelia Peek, Carlyle + "God and the soldier all men A, I avis, secretory; Mr. W. H. Harvard -

$405, while negro firemen are getting glon at this reunion. Louise Fernandez, Ruby Mae 1'0 pp..11, ,, Peek, Vise I GtixkiiiH, Lois Peck, + adore treasurer.
$240 a month. The teacher shortageis ( "One of the chief reasons the ex- Madge Middleton, Ethel Hunt, Hulda Mary Solomon, Emma Pierce, Verdie + In time of trouble nod no more. + Throughout the afternoon Mr. \

a warning of danger, as pain is. It service men should attend this reunion Brinson, Carr Colley, Maggie Max Sixtrunk, Louise Fripp, Lois Tyson, + For when the war Is over" and all Charles Chalker, of Rockford, III., and
will cause the public to correct the : is to become better acquaintedwith well, Harry Canova. 'I Eva; Powell, Morgan Darby, Myra + things righted, Mrs Sinclair L. Peek dispensed refreshing -
condition causing it before it Is too' the aims, purposes and methodsof l Between the acts Ethel Griffin and Dnrby! Ford Prescolt, Luther l'lwl'l1,1] + God Is neglected, and the soldier<< fruit punch, the howl being
late and hence may be considered a administration of the American Iris Epperson rented us a piano Louise FloreuH, Ray White, Emma I *. slighted." placc-d. In a bower of Spanish moss,
blessing in disguise.The Legion of Florida," said Capt. Low- duet Value Caprice (Rathburn) ; piano Iiurby Ellery Davis Katherine Kuhl,;I + + vines and scarlet zinnias, on the side }

war in making education prac- : ery. "They will learn what official solo, Marche de Concert (Wollen- Markley Johns, Melba MathUon, May M'l M +++++it++.++4"++++++++ veranda f.
tical. We must make a living beforewe stand the Legion is taking on Indus- haupt). Iris Epperson; piano duet, Fripp, Jeannette Matthews, Allie Mae .- .. .... --- Thu hostess. Mr.*. Jones, handsomo- ;

can make a life. Incapacity to trial, and political questions: I Value Venitlenne (Ringuet), Florence i llayti's, Archibald' Thomas, Mildred I EPWORTH:! I LEAGUEProgruvi ly gowned in light pink Georgettewith

make a decent living often results in "Is the Legion sticking to its con Andrews, Mary Canova. Crosby, Edyith Warren, Homer Lim white bead trimmings: presentedher
fermented 'lls-the! "greatest men- stitution and keeping out of politicsor Tuesday evening the graduating: I )baugh Drayton Colley, Clara Moitt, for Sunday night guests to the newly elected's
ace threatening society today. Hence is politics injected in certan localities class was the center of attraction the HOlis' Law Kunicc: f Kol inKo>{ Loin Subject What )Does Our Church who formed the receiving line,

the practical subjects arc the best preservative ? Is the Legion: for or against I Seniors being Charles Carr Colley, Terry, Bessie Terry, Jennie Thomas, Require of the Kpwnrth: LeagueLend'1 after which the guests went Heated on
of sane ideals. organized labor, or do we stand for president; Thomas Telfair Long Hol Martha Fripp, Jim Kickliter, Wilbur !', Naomi I)iggs. the cool, wide porch and 'lixlcnod to ,

Education in brief, is pleasure pow. justice to both labor and capital I I lie Vaughn Knight, Katherine Lucile Scott, Allan Canova, Gun Heasley, Song the following beautifully renderedprogram f

er, progress. Does the fact that a man wore a uniform : Tatum, Doris Scott. ( Charley Heasley, Khep Phonies, Clifford Prayer. : : i
The mere accumulation of wealth in the war entitle him to membership ; "The graduates are going forth- Tatum, Raymond Spier<< Raiford Scripture reading, )Di in the American Legion or bless them KppiTson Kathleen Alvarez, Solo, Mrs K:. M, Johns Music"--Mrs. J. M. Alvll't.z.Trio .
can never satisfy all the wants of I God every one, ,
\ 1"loren'I'I Talk The of the : worth vocal, "Dreaming" (Shelley) ,
Purpose I1'.p
are there certain specified qualification -
men All the finer pleasures of the To run this, hard .and stubborn world Matthews, Emma Powell.!
have be Scott Mendame .1. K. Futch, OoorgnMarks
i mind and heart, like the finest applesin that a person must Just as it should tIe run" nova Cleo Mitchell, John Powell Horace '-
Aux \ Talk the ReligiousLife A, /. Adkins. i
'eligible ? What is the Woman's I Conserving ,
the tree top, one who cen The elaborately decorated Wilson, Harold Wall Gary '
escape was
stage 0
of Mazurka"Guditrd 'i j,
RuthDiggs. Piano Solo, "Second
iliary and who is eligible to join this Ennis'l the Younger Christian*-
ters all his strength on having and not with white and red roses; white fhe patron and school (, Mlsa Elizabeth )Ilrownleo. r '
organization ? Of what benefit will it : ( )-
I II lieve have had the mont successfulyear 1
on being. hydrangeas, ferns and bamboo vines, we )
Woman's Auxiliary Violin Solo llolli Vocal Solo "Sing On" ((11t'lIza-)
be to have Knight.
It is our fate never to be satisfied.1 to a post a the class colors of red and white beIng in the history of the entire schoolIt Adkitis. !'if
Talk Otbertt Telfair lxmg. hits A. Z.
The child principally reaches out its ? carried out in every detail. The is true that there have been graduating "Grand March de Con "
member of the American Snug, Male Quartette, Piano Solo,
hands. It is a symbol of the way of "Every class motto "Today Decides Tomorrow classes, but each one of the
IdOl Epperson.
facts and Talk Wholesome Recreation cert" ( WollenhuuptMiss)
Legion will learn these Providing
: life. Each of us, also, has and ever ,' ," was perfectly executed in large twelve grade: have the pant term hada :
others and those! who attend this for the Younger Member of .
will reach out continually waving many red letters and occupied a conspicuous painstaking and efficient teacher
reunion will be able to return to their |I the ('hur'h--M I'll.' Freeman.Talk Vocal Solo, (a) "The Swallows"ICuwcn
As head of the school Howling'swork
blind hands something
for anything
respective sections of the state and |I of Missionary A.tivity-Mn. J. ( ), (h) "A Mammy's Song", j
to make life more beautiful, completeand The exercises by piano has met with the approval ,
were opened a iilh.ttt'-Mr. J. 1C. Futch
( ) f
answer intelligently: any question on j I W. White
.' satisfying Our final destiny is American Legion. They will be able i solo, Polka de Concert (Bartlett) all, and it is hoped that hi will again Talk Loyalty to the ChurchCarrColley Sextette "Wynken, Ulytiken and 4, f:
of the Starke
what our hands have reached for. to talk with authority on the American beautifully rendered by Miss Cassie' accept the principalship Nod" (Nevin)-Mesdumes J. F:. Futch

In conclusion: Members of the class Legion's military policy; on the White after which the class historywas Bchool.( During the pant term the Talk, What )Does the Church Require Charles Chulker: George Marks, A. Z.
t of 1920, I congratulate you on your American Legion's policy towards I I delivered by Carr Colley. Class faculty was composed of: Prof. S. S, of the Epworth L\lKue-Rt'v. 1 Adkins, K, K. Perryman, Miss Dorl

i graduation. You have done much, compensation for ex-service men. poem Miss Lucile Tatum; Class prophecy howling, principal I; Minn Jeannette I J. C. ))iltltll.I I Law; Mrs. f DeWitt C, Jones, accompanist. j
v'' very much. Yet, to a large extent, They will learn the value of their !1 Miss Doris Scott; Class will, Matthew, first assistant; Prof. C. K. Announcements f

,''.education, service, happiness success Government insurance. They will Telfair Long Valedictory, HollisKnight. Pope, teacher of agriculture; Miss I Benediction.1IIURSDAY. I The hoMless, utisisted by Mesdames j

i all lie ahead of you. Therefore reach learn the work that the Vocational!, : After these clever productions Kate Caplinger, Mrs. Jay Alderman, -- _---'.---- Chas Chalker George Marks, C. E.
(' out-reach out! Board is doing. They will be able to from the bright young; graduates : Miss Carrie Volley, Mrs J. C. Digga) : HALF HOLIDAY! I Ahearri, A.' W Anderson, Misses Iris
----. aid their fellow soldiers in securing I a young men's chorus delightedthe Miss Doris Law Mrs. F.. K. Perrymun I Epperson; and Elizabeth HrownlPe.I ,
[ MRS. FREEMAN ENTERTAINS lost Liberty Bonds and allotments. I I audience with Boat Song ( Rowe), Miss Jennie Thomas, Minx Mildred Following the usual custom for merchants served the largo number of quests

SENIOR CLASS "But, best of all, they will get: the the chorus being composed of Wilbur Crosby, Miss Olive Ruy. As teacherof to allow their employe one I with a delicious salad course, and Iced l

,- :rt: of American Legion: by contact Scott, Will Epperson, Rodney Crosby, music, Mrs. A. E. Wall has done half holiday each week during the hot tea
Mrs. It entertained at I Thomas John Powe!! Waiter splendid work, as shown by the performance .. .
A. Freeman with former buddies from all ov- Limbaugh: summer months, we, the undersigned, j - t"
' tea Sunday evening, at 7 o'clock, com er the state. The fact alone that a Kuhl, Wm. Struth B. D. Law of her pupil, and her di/'ec- hereby agree: to clone our place of JUNIORS ENTERTAIN; : SENIORS:

plimenting; graduating; class of man who attends this reunion will see i Dr. Harry Trusler, dean of the law tion of commencement music business at one.o. .ItH'k. every Thursday )

. 1920 Bradford High School. once more the men that he served I afternoon during the month or j The graduate of the U. H. S. were K

,. : The dining room was brightenedwith with and fought beside' is well worth with June, July and August, | entertained by the Junior class lift
the served ,
tots cream
quantities of canna and hydran- the trouble and expense of a trip to READING COURSE were Quigley Lumber & Supply Co Friday evening the occasion being 1a
cake and candies
geas. The table was laid with lace Tampa. A. M. Darby I theatre party and moonlight picnic.
cloths and centered with a large bowl I have been asked to state an opinion Assisting Mrs. Fields in looking after N. Stertiberg. The party met at the home of Dr.

:. > of crimson nasturtiums, and each 1 FEDERAL CONTROL OF WHEAT of a reading course to be begunin the little folks, wa her sister, Sam KoHcnherg. I and Mrs E. L. Bigg and proceeded to
guest was provided with a boutonniere AT END Starke soon by Mrs. Audrey Cooper. Miss Emma Powell. Bank of Starke. the Gaiety Theatre, and after en joy
of crimson verbena the class The title of the couse is "Stories the were, went in automobile
Among guest; present i'. S. McMillan. ing the pictures
\ color. Chicago: June 1.::Federal controlof from Sheakespeare" and it is. to be iMurjorie and Evelyn Stump, Alice J. F. Kickliter. out to Kingslvy lake, where they had 4

The menu was as follows: Chicken wheat and wheat product ended given to pupils up to the age; of sixteen Fernandez, Alma Thornton, Elizabeth : J. W. White & Son. a moonlight picnic at Canova' landing -

salad baked beans, cheese saltines, today, the wheat director ceasing con- Hollingsworth, I.ois i Colley Pauline Alvarez & Graham. After an exhilarating swim, the
bread and butter sandwiches, pickles, trol under limitation of the law creating I have examined the course and can Miner, Charles and !David Ahearri, Bradford County Bank. party, enjoyed an appetizing supper of
olives, sliced tomatoes and iced tot. his office and the food adminis- recommend<< it unhesitatingly. Not only James Hollingsworlh; and Charles DeWitt C. Jones.J. sandwiches. deviled eggs, pickles.!
Those present were the class, Telfair! tration control ended by proclamationof will it give to pupils practice in Fields W. Morgan. olives, Ice cream, cake and punch.
Long, Hollis Knight, Carr Coltey, President Wilson. This means the reading but will maintain their Interest City !Barber Shop. The guests: of honor were the graduating : .
Doris Scott, Lucile Tatum. Invited passing of the government: guaranteeof : in the best literature. It will ROSI" -KYNOLDS E. D. Sullivan.J. rlas of 1920 namely: Holli ?

to join the hostess! in congratulation $2,20 a bushel for wheat during the tend further to prepare them better J. Rigg Knight Telfair Long Carr Galley,

to the graduates were the college war as a means of stimulating: produc for their work later in school. A quiet wedding occurred at the Harold C. Wall.C. Dori Scott, Lucile Tatum. The Junior .
girls and boys recently returned home tion. Some existing; contracts remainto I believe not enough: attention In home of Mr. and Mr, W. J. Rey- E. Ahearn. who entertained were: Nella a
namely, Mtfeses Kathleen Alvarez, Josephine be carried out by the corporationwhich some cases Is being paid to the reading noldM. Tuesday evening at 10 o'clock, Fred F. Stump. Robert, Ruby Mae Poppell, Levy Ca ,

Brinson, Florence Matthews, has the power of the government : of our young people. The effectof when their eldest daughter, Miss Floi- Griffin A John. nova, Willie Epperson, Helen Dig**,
Chas. Beasley, Gary Enni. Horace in handling wheat. As noon as reading in the lives of our young lie Alice, and Raiford Schellin Rosier Hoover Broil Gladys Brown, Maggie Marwell.MvMHr .
Wilson. Others present: Kirk Lewis these contracts are completed the corporation people cannot be measured. This were united in marriage Rev Fred Sapp.! *. Morgan Darby and George

and Stevie "Pates.Mra. will wind up its business. course comes at an appropriate time F. Hodnett pastor of the R'I) W M. Bryan. 'White were invited guest; Mis Jeannette .
Freeman was assisted in look Dealers except those having con- and any interested parent will do well'I hurch, performing the ceremony.The A. R. Moore.O. Matthews and Mr*. W. E. Mid-

ing after the pleasure of her guests tracts at fixed figures, are now free investigate it. DOWLING. reception room wan beautifully | G. Cooper. dictum, chaperone4..
by her daughter Mrs. L. A. Yates, of to buy and sell at such prices as the ._ S.. S. decorated for the occasion with palm j i J. B. Sapp. -.-
Tallahassee. After singing several law of supply and demand and other Construction Foreman W. A, Col
and fern*. After the ceremony refrf'lIhmpnts -
choruses attended conditions may bring out. :MASTER CHARLES 'FIELDS ENTERTAINS who hu of late been stationed aJ.
the party Epworth II of sandwiches, cake and I METHODIST ley, *
League and the baccalaureate sermon.PROFITEERS Officials of the grain corporationsaid : HIS FRIENDS coffee were served and the guest remained Mulberry, left Thursday for Charleston

.. the corporation had operated at Charles Fields entertained : to escort the happy couple to Sunday school, 0:45: a, m. S. C., to take charge of coma, important
FINED $50,000 slight profit, but that the exact figure Master number of his friends at a party I the midnight train. Mr. and Mrs7"|! Preaching, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. construction work for the
be known until the a
would not Saturday afternoon from 4:30: to 61 Rosier left for Jacksonville, then will Epworth League; 7:16: p. m. Seaboard and Southern railway joint.

Syracuse, June! 2.-ThI' John A. board had wound,-..upIts I affairs.! .,. o'clock at the home of his grandparents go: on to Lawtey, their future. hornn. j Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. ly. Mr. Colley, beside being perfectin .\
Roberts corporation, x>f Utica, dealersin Powell in The wedding was a surprise to the Public cordially invited ,to attend the technical part of his calling, U t1''
and Mr R S. ,
L. Biggs and son, Leslie, Mr. Is .
: .
Mr E : and
today of unbounded energy,
wearing apparel was celebration of his seventh birthday. friend of the bride, but they will i all services, a man
Deland where
$55,000 by Federal Judge Harland B. left Wednesday for of the afternoon unite In extending: !/ good, wishes for J. C. DIGGS, sure to carry the contemplated workto
Jewel The greater part .
will be the guests of Miss :
of they successful conclusion.
Holt conviction
following Its pro them. Ki lmm e Valley Gazette. Pastor, a
At 5:80 -
fiteering on eleven counts Tatum for several days. wa -pent in playing game .....
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FRIDA\ JUNE 11. '1920.

6 .KRSULTS OF TUESDAY'S PRt- County Commissioner II. Williams !. j J. McLeod were visitors to Starke the- Bennett last week, met with an accident Mr. and In Mrs.Jacksonville W. E. Torode Sunday visitedifiatites I I I east colored of the man's crossing store when about the 100 freight feet

I A. Roberts, S. T. Dowllnff, first of the week. hen the porch floor broke be- He
'j' MARY IN BRADFORD COUNTY C. Gnflis was a visitor to Jack. waa seen coming. left the store
,r Mrs. G. W. Brown and Mrs. J. T. neath her, dislocating her left shoulder
,1 J. M. Brownlee. II. P. Gainey. last week. l Iin a hurry and when he reached the
The election in Bradford county Members School Board-L. C, Powell Moore visited relatives, in Gainesville in the fall. She was taken to her sonville Rev. Link Moseley, of Jacksonville, track with the engine close on him
J. O. Dennison, A. A. Kazen. :Monday: and Tuesday. home in Jacksonville and hat been seemed to have
I Tuesday was marked by several spirited I.Jthe guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. he stopped for a'nt .
The county canvassing board met''' Mrs. James Shepard was a visitorto ( confined to her room. and then stalled to
local contents, but the day passed Wash Moseley.t.harrie get off l tU
quietly with a votw about 15 percent Thursday morning and canvassed the Starke Monday. Mrs. Francis Wiggins and cJ'Idren Shepard, of HilUard: spent | track. The cowcatcher caught him *
A tabulation of the vote as Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Smith and baby moved to Jacksonville tint of theweek. '
less than the qualified Hilt Many returns. Sunday at the home of his parents, the left leg throwing him bi on th
voter were detained at home by the shown by the official canvass is published of Jacksonville, were gucNts of Ret James Shepard.Mrs. ': cow catcher, fearfully brusing his
r and Mrs. E. D. Buyer Sunday. W. L. Ovemreet ana uauithter, :Mr.: and Mrs.
in the Telegraph today. !I Brown
rains that prevailed throughout a Galloway and baby returned head. Dr. was summoned
;Miss:\ visitors to Jacksonville
Miss May Biggs: was a visitor to Carrie were
/Rood part of the day. latt week to their home in the Hccte and gave him first aid tr> at-
1 Fletcher for United States Senator ; I ii.ircmn: : AND HAUDCE WINS: Pablo Beach Sunday.J. last week. after spending several ment and he was carried to Ju
cashier Lorni Loftdholtr returned to Tennessee, I
W. Barber, of the Law Miss
and Hardoe for Governor (carried IN STATE RACE Mrs. ville to St. Luke's Hospital
the home of Mr.:: and ,i on the af.
tey State Bank, went to :Macclenny: .it>r home in Jacksonville Tuesday, after weeks at
the majority, train.
county by a iweepiiifr ternoon Examination j\IO\\j
I week with relative Chalice Dinkins I i i
vote. bo.t a
from Tuesday to spendir"
unofficial returns
and Amos for state comptroller' I I Complete ''that his leg/ was badly broke
/given an overwhelming majority. Jtu.I'I I 620 precincts out of a total of 969 in <' The youngest son of Mr, and Mi-;: +. ;Mr.: and Mrs. Geo. White and visited little was at first thought advisable] to amputate ar
ford for attorney-preneral/ Luninjf for : the state and representing 52 of the J. L. Harrell was taken ill while at Bruce Bo.'er, of Tampa visited his''daughter of Jacksonville weekend.Mr. I' it but last reports said that
Hollins for state church with his parents a week last week. friends here during the
state treasurer, i- ago parents it would not prove necessary lie
I and of | Is
B.'D'e son I
and West for' ) Sunday and was taken to hospitalin ;: and Mrs' J.
school superintendent. a The revival services wnicn began at weekend at [ now getitng along as well as could
supreme court justice, each had a U. S. S'nate-Flet.cher, 19,167; Jacksonville where It- was foundhe the Baptist church on the 6th Sundayare I Jacksonville spent the ibe expected.
j mall lead over their opponents. Calls, 7,180. had infantile paralysis. The little still going on. The meetings were ''the home of ;:\11'. and :Mrs. A. M. Elan- I: ----.-
The vote for delegates to the National Governor-Hardee, 17,680; Hulley, fellow was brought back home wherehe veil atte..ded during last week. Rev. chard. I
r y ," Ilomocratci convention, was ai 2,012; Swearingen, 8,950. is under treatment. Boyer, the pastor is doing the preach. ;Mrs.:\ E. D. Sayles is spending several : Homer Limbaugh, of Tallahassee,
follows: Alexander 314; Appleyard For attorney general the race lies Mrs. Hester Croft, of Miami, Is vilHing ing and Rev Law, of Starke, has daya in Ocala this week. I I is spending; a few days in Starke with
r i 400; Bowdoin 180; Bush, 147; Clark, between Calkins and Buford, vith the her son, L. L. Sapp. this week charge of the choirs giving excellent ;Mrs.:\ W. II. Miner! visited relativesin his parents. Mr and Mrs. T N Uirc.baugh. .
H; 850! ; Darby, 165; Gibbons, 316; Oil- latter slightly in the lead and Bil- :Mrs.: Roy Roberts returned to her music. Jacksonville Sunday. --
r .J1" christ, Cfilj; Harris, 318; Hodges 1ST; lingaley a good third. The second home "in Miami Sunday, after spendIng Mr. and Mrs W. II. McCormick, of ;Mrs.: Louise Lowery and daughter I -- --.
i Mack, 49; Murphy, 70; Ward 105; I choice votes may decide it. about two week. with relatives in Gainesville, were guests: of Mr. and Miss Susie, moved to Jacksonville this Niles Ray, of Dunedin, is visiting ,
r .1 Davis, 764; Futch, 516; Pennington, Comptroller Amos has won are. Ernest Wells spent Sunday at Pablo ;Mrs.: A. A. Smith last week. \v,'('k, I relatives in Starke this week :-1
336.i I nomination, also state treasurer Lun-1' Beach. Geo. Roberts was a visitor to Jack Ed :Marr of Highland, was a visitor I .
V i ; In the county contest the followingwere ing and state superintendent of II James Shepard came home 'from sonville Sunday. to Lawtey during the we'kend.I ;Misses Ella and Bertles Armstrong, g
I elected! I school Shcats. Brycevllle Tuesday to vote. L, L. Sapp and son Louis, spent I Johnnie Parmenter of Jacksonville I of Madison, will arrive today for a ..
I For State S'nator-D E. Kniight. Wells I. leading for railroad commissioner I Miss Gertrude Webb bf Island several days in Jacksonville last week spent the week-end with relatives. visit with Mr. and ;Mrs.: W. L Wail
I Keprexentutives. M Johns, and and is apparently nominat I Grove, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dubose of Starke was a visitor B. L. KlanchaH, of Jacksonville,
Chas II. Register ed. Royer last week. Sunday. voted here Tuesday.Geo. .
{ to Lawtey :Miss: Nelle Roberts returned to her
\ County Judge-R. A. Green In the second congressional district Rudolph Addition and family, of Mike Futch returned from Georgia: H_ Beavers came very near beIng i home in Lawtey yesterday, after at.
I Sheriff-W. J. Epperson. Congressman Frank Clark had no op. Campvillq, visited relative in and tltul'da'hl'l'e, he has been in the killed Thursday afternoon whenhe tending the B. H. ,S. during the 1919- "
Clerk Circuit Court-G. W. Alderman position. near Lawtey last week. interest of the Armour RefrigeratorCar was knocked off the railroad by ;
I i ---.,?-_-- _?,_ _, _ Dr. G. W. Brown was a visitor to Company. He left first of the the engine of a fast moving freight.As : 20 term.
: County Superintendent of Schools LAWTE1 Jacksonville first of the week. week for Gainesville. near as could be ascertained by eyewitnesses i I -
H. B. Wii\'l>t ns. '! I Mrs. Henry Bennett, of Jacksonvillewho Perry Browning and, family movedto :Mr. Beavers, who hauls I Charles Beasley spent Tuesday in
County Tax Collector-E. W. Hayes j Lawtey, June H.-Mr. and, Mrs. J. was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hiram South Florida last week. I freight for the merchants, was at a Jacksonville.

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I United Stale Senator 'I i I I I I I I
Sidney J. Catb _____- 67 42 8 13' 37 103 10 22 10 17 j I 20 9 348 348
Duncan U. Fletcher -61 216 69 79 73 312 1 46 134 76 17 18 27 1131 1131
j I.'or Governor I

Cary A. Hardee _____ 76 1 180 10 53 3 67 1 83 8 239 22 40 0 131 2 46 2 18. 2 18 0 19 2 970 03 102:3J :
J Lincoln Hulley _____ 10 14 7 29 1 4 3 16 8 12 67 62 3 -1 6 4 2 9 0 1 7 5 3 10 117 169 286t
t Van C. Swearingen __- 46 10 70 24 ,27 6 11 12 25 6 108 49 15 3 17 9 26 10 14 2 12 4 14 6 385 141 526

For Attorney General I -
,! J. L. BillinKliley ____ 31 2 32 I 10 I 4 0 9 3 13 2 70 22 8 3 8 6 9 3 10 0 10 0 7 5 221 56 2j7
1 n Rivers 11 Buford -__ 29 6 120 12 16 2 20 6 56 4 120 30 19 2 33 1 16 8 9 3 11 3 9 5 458 82 540
'({ Jmm'R E.: Calkin:01: ____ 41 6 33 17 I 10 2 21) 6 20 11 131 41 15 1 81 8 12 1 3 2 7 3'' 13 5 392 103 495
For Comptroller

Ernest Amol ______ 84 196 49 72 97 290 45: 43 68 27 130 27 1028 1028
Allie J. Angle _______ 29 38 8 2 11 71 6 101 6 4 7 7 293 293
For Mute Treasurer .

1' r" J. C. l.uning ________ 28 119' 22 39 70' 221 36 38 46 10 19 16 664 664'j
'j i? W. S. McLin ________ 87 83 19 29 28 143 18 10-1 13 21 15 17 577 577
'i For State Superintend'tDixie '

',\ 1\1. lIollins ____ 61 118 4-1 33 71 180 27 106 27 24 25 18 73-1 734
W. N. Sheats ______ 58 126 20' 42. 40 200 2-1 1 43 39 5 11 16 624 624
Justice, Supreme Court -

'; John S. Beard __u__ 33;: 70 17 19' 40 99 16 4-1 U 13 \ 12 13 392 392
i Thomas I 1.'. West ____ 72 88 14 39 48 232 I 27' 89 32 11 18 19 689 689
i ItnUrond Commissioner

W. J. Roebuck __u__ 52 4 122 10 47 j 10 43 4 40 3 67 32 20 1 76 1 24 4 13 1 I 22 2. 12 1 547 53 600

.I A J. 11. Tt'nch - -______- 26 9 58; 10 2 5 14 2 23 4 227 27 12 2 35 5 32 4 4 2 5 4 10 8 448 82 530
A. H. Wel\s\ __ ______- 26 7 40 24 8 3 10 15 28 14 65 36 8 2 20 9 6 11 10 1 5 6 11 7 237 135 372
State Senator .

r A. Z. Adklnl, uu__ 67 10:1: 50 39 76' 195 29 76 53 26 ,15 19 748 748

D. E. Knight u_____-- 74 16.1 34 41 44 246. 30 90 34 8 I 21 17 809 809
1 ; Itt'preJolentnther'p; 1 I I' .

1 ,John J. Blackwelder 28 . 1)8 4-1 16 21 106 21 36 24 12 8 11 385 385
T. B. Pinholster __':u 42 I 5 65 4>> 13 I 33 11 38 1 80 6 13 I 2.1 11 2 26 0 41 3 12 3 14 2 18 1 518 71 589

r' Chas. n. Register --- 62r 14.1 12 6 19 31 1 16 3 138 'G2 18 3 91 J 3 26 6 9 0 12 5 5 4 564 82 616
Itt'preolentutln'r'p! ; 2 "

Everett 1\1. Johns --- 105 221 67 73 93. 376 48 13-1 76' 32 8' 3-1 1267 1"67
# $ James Reynolds _u__ 30 38 8 5 25 45 12 23 9 2 I 28 1 226 226
T. J. Dekle 142 38 21 76 151
13 5-1 37 11' 16
9 610 610
H. A. Grt en 129 47 60 43 283 -17 111 56 23 23 26 9U 941
1'or SheriQ'h -----------4'L
P.:S. 3:1: 8 12 20 58 6 105: 6 16 2 8 282 28"
W. J. '; !' 242 77 72 102 382 52 58 87 18 35 29 1283 1283

Clerk Circuit Court -

G. W. Alderman ---- 38 222 60 71 65 163 37 33 59 9
16 22
11. C. Richard 104 49 2.1 15 58 272 I 24 795 795
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768 768
4+ (County Ruperlntendent' ;

1'I' I l \I, K R. PO(1J1t1\( \ ------- GO 19 16 3:1: 70 222 3 R6 53 16 5

,i Tux 11.Collector It Wiggins: ----11- 80 172 I 70 51 .50 214 I 57 71.. 39 18 33 20 16 884 679 8'34 679

J. E. Douglass 12 39 43 20 36 25 15 10
t B. 1\1. Howling -----_ 27 3 87 14 10 3 9 2 30 12 178 12 I 19 2 3.1 4 13 5 8. 1 13 2 4 5 236 236
E. IV. IiayNV --_---- 43 11 100 14 2.4 7 50 5 45 5 160 19 20 2 11 13 40 9 10 0 J4 10 3 438 64 602
I .Ury G. 8app u_____ 56 47 1- T 9 75 5 108 13 12 I 9 ""_ L 10 5 527 91 618
Commissloner-Hlst. 1 12 365 365

e O. Y. Brooks!' ------- 23 43 I I' '
H 11. 11'illiants ----- 61 45 66 66
106 106
Commissioner-Iist.2! '
; J. 1\1. Conner 5:1: / '
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I + R. M. Dukes _ ___n_ 66 7 80 1 57' 57
146 8 15'
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Comnul'Isioner-UI"t. 3l 163 22 185
S. T. fowling 79 : .. .. .-
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B. J. Rosier 57 ,I ," .) : 223 223
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CommiS"Iioner-Dist. 4' "1. .. 80 80
J. M. Brownlee ; 279 : : "
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J. L. Underhill ____n 157 279 279
Commls..doner-Uist. 5 . ;j' ., 157 157

+t H. P.' Gainey .___n_ 102 12 21 III.
D. May 18 I 45 32= 7 174 174
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O. Dennison ------ 108.. 65; 54. : 81 40 t
P. M. Pad ett __ _____ 158 It 28 I 63' 48 I 848 348
IJd. Public instruction :1 311 311
J. D. Baxter 45 '28
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A. A. I1azen 74 ,30 7 9 95 95
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Constablt'-Uist. 6 30 r.-"; 26 187 187
Geo. E. Andreu 99 8 ,
Jacob J. Johns ____u 260 IJ' I' 107' 107
1.1 Fred G. Jones ______ , .. 56 t 271 271Constablt'Dist.
,t 8. ,. ': .; ..,' I I I i I 56 56
B. D. Andrews I \ 53
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James E. Dowling ___ ,, '''; -..;.;., j I I ,105 t j i I ;'I ; 53 53
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I r Bradford County Farmers \ - -- -

- out .fellows -
I HAY CROPS more on their Irish potatoes!, makinga larger size, if the same numb is i ,

total saving of $209,20! on the car Ufced in each case I

This in tile time of year to begin f-hipment over the prices utTered by I i, If the practice of selling eggby .

preparing, land for tho planting of : commission men. The growers are weight were generally adopted th<'re I

,, hay crops, according to J. :M. Scott ) jubilant over their returns and intend would be an incentive for improvingthe its leap year

animal induntiiuhst of the experiment to continue the cooperatn plan. various breeds of poultry. Hens :

itation.'I,'I' + I I can be bred for larger eggs as they :

broad- WILLIIL W\Sll'': can for any other point. It would I
Such soinhuin sown
crops| a* (I I THAT THE man.
east, fiihc al<.nc or mixed with cowpeas make a demand for the breeds which | YOU'VE ALL read. .

can be "planted any time (JurirlitJune. An item from the ..ecictary of the lay the ]larger: eggs. At present there . WHO SMOKES It.
Under favorable conditions I Lake county board of trade tells us: is nothing to encouRage the luiMi-g? I HOW THE; great detective.' .

they will make a satisfactory hay "Thousands of acres of 'cukes' have of fowls that produce those which are . IS BOUND to be.

crop. been plowed under this week." superior in size. .A sHEROCKHoLMES.. . .

Spanish peanuts is another good; ]Dill pickles were quoted in Tampa It is the honor of the poultry association LOOK at the ash. HANDSOME.AND. clever.AND .
crop that cuii be planted at this Ben- yesterday mOl'IIin1l'It "thirty cents a of the enterprising county of .
dozen but they are not "made in Dade, way off in the toe of the Unit- GOOD and contented.'
Bon of the year which may be .expected ; FROM A cigarette. .
to produce satisfactory yield of I Florida." Yl'tlalt is common and ed States, to have started the practiceof SAND . THERE S are only

hay and nut*. heap, and the herb, dill, from which' selling eggs after a just method TELL you then. AND .

J On very fertile "i-olls tho soy bean the flavor and name of the pickle is Eggs there' are not only stamped with . THREE MILLION of him.

may prove satisfactory., On the ordinary 'derived can be had as cheaply in this the date on which they were gathered, ALL ABOUT the man. .

pine lands they are not likely | ttuto as in Pennsylvania.Sour tn ensure freshness, and the name of . IN THE country.
-* -s. to prove "f iiiuth value In fact, cow I pickled cucumbfis bring better the poultryman, In the interest of fixing BUT THE. dear. .girls. *.

: in-as will usually outyleld them on ,' prices than dill. pickles, and yet responsibility, for any possible SHERLOCK stopped. SO THEY. all.1 had.:,

vfine ]land. The best variety of RoY there is no one in rioiidu who has undertaken bad ones, hut they are also sorted for HAVE BETTER LOOK out. ':'
I 4 to manufacture this import. color and Those .
I" ; V beans U probably the Mammoth Yel- weight. weighing FOR ALL they need.
I J ant atticle of relish to the great human above a certain number of ounces\ to AND IF you set.

low.The Tial! >ham or lion will be foundto food requirement. the dozen are sold at one price, those 1 IS JUST one look. 0 '

he the best variety of rowpeu.CULTIVAIOI The dill pickles and the pickled cucumbers weighing under this standard at an . CAUGHT.WITH. the good.. I Io

-- -- -. .-- -- of commerce arc largely the other. At the first day's sale under AT THE oul lds.

,1 : A (;.OOP IMPLEMENT surplus, crop of the maiket gardeners> these regulations there was notul'ally DON'T SAY.0 S 0 I

FOR mi E fARM '. ricer the great metropolitan cities ofI a rush of customers.It OF THE .package.. I DIDN'T warn you.IT .
If I I the North and Middle West. The sur'plus is to be hoped that the Dade 0 .

I crop of thcjic moju.-in tinned Into County Poultry Association will stickto THATS ALL.. take'a
A. I' Spencer utateg nat farmers doesn't Sherlock' to find
; one of the most; valuable-for money this method and that other poultry : I &
i are using Improved 1 implement. more AND IF I It I why Chesterfields "satisfy
products. The surplus] production associations will take t he'plan.- .
this jour than ever before. Ono of up ) 0 Fine tobaccos is one reason. Superior -
I (lr the 1'lorida cucumber grower is taken Farm and Live Stock Record. THE CIGARETTE. blending is another. And the
the beHt lohor and useful] implements -
! waver
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of in indivated by the .
care manner o 0 mOlBture- roof, glassine! paper ,
in the cultivation of i in
I Lake county item, namely: ""Thou RAIFORI THAT "SATISFIES." wrapper is a third. This expert -,
the adjustable weedir. It being light .
, Turkish and Domestic
I sands of acres\ of 'cukes" have been i blend of fine!
' one home ran easily )haul it. By work THE GIRLS know. tobaccos will things to \
plowed under this week. Raiford June 11.-Mr. and Mrs. say your
I the .
'I ing over the crop, not between taste that will confirm everything
And we do that with beans, and Smith Crews, of Starke', were in town "
row, R or 10 acres d day can be cul.n RIGHT OFF.: you ever heard about "satisfy.
with tomatoes, and with onions, and Wednesday afternoon. . U ".
n the
tivated. The surface right up to
with cabbage, and turn right around Nelson] Ritch, of Starke, was over I Ii
plant be cultivated and thin maybe
I Isfidd
and buy from the North and the East Thursday afternoon.'
repeated until the plants are about
and the West thousands of of I
two feet high. After this the weed- cases Ranee Andrews and Willie tInkle,
canned tomatoes, and conned beans, of Lake Butler' were in town Wednesday
er can be ljunted to run between the
and even canned sweet potatoes, the afternoon'
c rows. If this l Is HOMO regularly oncea
while hulling philippics at, E. Johns of Starke
week will be we are M. was in our
little or no hoeing required
for cultivation. The riding and anathematizing the cotton farmer town Thursday !
crop the toothcultivator I fur causing. the high price of food R. A. Green, of Lake Butler, was in
1 the surface and spring
stuffs through his piogrum'of "forty
I town Monday morning.
the mulch harrow, and the
rn cent cotton or bust."-Tampa Tribune Rodney' Sweat, of Frostproof, spent i
p ordinary one-horse cultivator are all
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the week-end' here with his family. rfriq
a excellent implements for cultivating; 1 CIGARETTES
attending picnic at Long
cropa. I From 12 to 20 acres per day
k can be cultivated with these impif- WOOL Bridge Friday were Mr. and Mrs. W.

m'n_ .lI. II. Andrews. Mr_ and Mrs.!: P. S.: Den
With the knife-like attachments While the Woolen Trust is makingso mark, late and Mamie Denmark, :Mr. '

I working like sweeps the surface two- much money that the president of and Mrs. J. M. Conner Avery Tyson, j i

\ : horse cultivator does excellent wcnk. the Trust now apologizes every timeit Ury Sapp, Mrs. Rhoda Sapp, B. D, .
I declares a dividend it is interestingto Andiews Sinclair Bryan Earl Whit- -- -- I
It can I he ndjusted to any width row
and mnilo to wmk shallow. It is light have the assurance of the National ten, Helen Nauright, Mrs. Dorothy 'I Julian Loadholtz of Jacksonville, ternoon and a regular' business session MILLER

\ i and straddles the row. Six to eight Sheep and Wool Bureau that 1,2C5- Schelly. was in town for a few days this week was held.

f acres a tiny can be cultivated with it. 000,01)0( ) pounds of virgin wool has accumulated W. II. Andrews and B. I). Andrews guest of :Mr. and !Mrs J. W Jones. Rev W. C. Armstrong filled his regular Miller, June 11.-Mrs. J. A. Rcm- .

For keeping down Heimudn or nut in the storehouses' of the were visitors to Starke Sunday Norman Pairish and Tom Hendrix appointment Sunday. of Winter Garden, who has bcei .

grass the spring tooth cultivator is world I and that the woild's wool clip noon.Willie artt'r-I of! Fh'eWe.: were business visitors': Mrs Guilford Roberts, of Guilford, iting her daughter, Mrs. D. L. Cljati

especially good. The I wig vpiing! this year will increase the quantity Dekle, of Lake Butler, was here Tuesday.Mr. > was a visitor to town Saturday. returned to her home Saturday, uccompunied -

teeth will cover most of the grass that another billion pounds. Even at present visiting here Sunday. I I : Philip, of Santa Fe, spent the Oscar Rimes, of New River, was by her daughter who will
IK not torn out prices for clothing, says the bureau O. J. Griffin, of Starke, was in town week-end with his daughter ;Mn.r' spend several weeks with her
in Lake Butler
transacting business
The mulch harrow does gnoil woik, the purchasers gets old rags re- Tuesday Tiaxler. I ID. Tuesday. Quite a number of people of this
when the iienrlyniature. spun and pays virgin wool prices for Mr. Chnstain, of Lake Butler wa'l'': M. Tiaxler leturned to his woikj: barbecue
especially, rtnps) are) community attended the at
.' \ The tooth burs are, slightly\ fdioddy. l'erhl11's the truth in the in town Tuesday. I at Trenton after a few days': visit :Messrs. Tom Dukes and FonestUrawdy Luke. Butler Saturday.Miss .

'I I : curved downward so as to conform to fabric! bill Senator Capper is pushing Tate ]Denmaik was a visitor to the with his family. j of Five :Mile\ were busiessvisituis
be adjusted will help some theic Capper's'. Week : county seat Tuesday. I :Miss Crystal Armstrong has returned -' to Lake Butler Tuesday. : Cora Spires, of Midway. pent
!i the lows. The teeth m> ,
I I Dr. and :Mrs. J. E. Maines returned Sunduy with Miss Anna Belle Peeplet(
ly. :Mr. ,
i Unit they will run quite deep, and Mrs. Sihclly Rosier, of near' home after a pleasant visit
\" I I -*-.- Sunday morning after a week's visitto Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown malt a
River and
.-.' or HO shallow that the implement becomes Sapp, were in town Monday. !\vith friends at Crystal
r a smoothing furrow, leaking> WORST COTTON ('kt( CONDITION Mrs. Dorothy Schelly of Jackson- Palmetto. 1 Washington, D. C., where) the poc- business Lake'City Thursday

"$ only the crust of the surface. KNOWN: \'i1le, was the guest of Helen Nau| Clyde Traxler has recovered front toi attended the medical association.' 1 :Miss. Kate Douglass who ha* bcex

Tho orclinuiy one-horse cultivator, I I right Friday. i a broken arm. ,' The Woman's'Mlssionary meeting teaching Nchool at Seville has returned

used mostly in the vegetable Helds, Reporting, the--;: ;: tion of the eot- Avery Tyson Ranee Andrews were I'' Bill! stuait spent Monday in Jack-' 1 met in business session Wednesday to her home to spend her vacation '

'"( does good woik in tall crops, working i i tOil crop" on May 21Hh at (12.4 per cent visitors to Staike Tuesday. I Bonville.I afternoon at the Baptist church. Mr. and Mis. Russell Panmh \',sited

a between the rows when t the crop is'' of normal, the department of agriculture Shepard Moore, Avery Tison, Call i I The political speaking was enjoyedby :Mrs. McMillan: and Hon, of Staike, the latter's parents, Mr. and :Mu

almost mature. The best of, these I announced that this was the lowest Johns Eustis Crews were visitors to a ]large crowd/ numbering about attended the barbecue here Saturday. T. 11. Waters, last week.

inn<'bines are equipped' behind with mark in its I'ecord of fifty years, Luke Butler during the week. 2,000 people Saturday and the barbecue Sheriff Epperson and family motored Cail Brown made a business trip to ..-

rakelike attachments to smooth the 'J and that the rpeu l'rir'J1Itolement' I.oca Anderson, who has been teaching was a success. to Lake Butler Saturday. Luke City last week.

ridges and ding out or bury the "woist ever known" wa. confirmed."The : near Odessa Is visiting her parents I Miss Ruby Parrixh, of Dukes was Seeber Dukes. and Dennis Argo, of :Miss Janie Bielling entertained( t

-- .. -,--. ICI'IIIIII"I' season throughout the belt Is'' Mr. and !Mrs. Geo. Anderson I visitor here Satuiday. Dukes, motored to Lake Butler Tues number of young people at the homeif

t ('OOJ'EIUTn'T', : SIIIITIM; I fiom two to four weeks late," the Lois Drake, of Jacksonville', is the !I Mrs. Enoch Mott, of Wateroak, day. < her parents, MI' and Mrs. E B .'

| statement continued. Excessive winter guest! of Anna !Mae Anderson. spent the \\'t>ek-end here with her son, A.:E. Proctor spent Sunday in Sapp Biclhng Friday night. After playing

The Blanton Turners Clubnn ort and spring rains parked the soil Ranee Andrews, of Lake Butler John !Mott. :Mr and !Mrs. P. M. Padgett and games they were served cake and

) gunirution (consisting" twenty-five and subsequent ]lack of rainfall overmuch has a position in the A. D Andrews Ancil Punish, of Five Mile was children returned home Sunday from lemonade, departing for their homes,

f' 4. farmers In the UhinUin section fo I'ai- of the belt from Texas. to North Mercantile Co. in town Friday. South Carolina, where they have been after thanking Miss Janie for her hos

('I) county for the co-opeiutive shipping Caiolma, caused the rapid drying out Thorn who attended the picnic at Green Knight of South Florida, Oil a visit with relatives for several pitality.

of truck und farm products and of the hurd-pucked IIUl'tO'n when I Lake Butler Saturday from here were has been on a visit to relatives! in weeks. i| George. II. Miller, who has been at- I..

11 for tho buying of materials at M hole- II moisture in the \luh. oil is abundant." Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews, Mr. and',: Lake Butler for several days. Rev. S. S. ProctOl't't'turnt'd Monday I tending Emory University, has returned !r

if ''q mile, pticfo( recently wished" tu marketa Mrs. Pete Yui'borough! Mr. and 1\1rs.1 I Harney Varnes, of Johnstown, was. (toni Clay county where he had been home for the holidays. )

I mixed( car of beans anti lush pota ANTS DO INJIUtY IN THE tollS W. II. Raifoid. MI' and Mrs. B. J. ''In town Saturday. engaged in a meeting. i iD. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. made

toes. They nppl'ed' to their county ,j 1-1 EI.IIS. Rosier, :Mr. and !Mrs. S. T. I !Mr and :Mrs. T. A. Cutter were visitors W. Borum spent the week-end n business trip to Lake pouglass Butler Thurs- "
t agent to assist i in guiding! pnckingand
!Mr. and !Mrs. Cle\ey Sapp, )DDWlinlC'j to Lake Butler Saturday. with his family. day. '

-: marketing their products. |I There is usually found in the fields" Johnson, :Mr. and Mrs. 1'. S. : D. W. Pmholster and son, of St.Petersburg .. I :Mrs. II. L. Sprinkle spent Monday i I .

: The county ngent took the matter' especially, on the lighter types of soil, S. It. Denmaik Mr. and Mrs. S. Ilarrel I I attended the speaking 'in Starke. ,i RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECTWhereas
with the State Marketing Commissioner
up nests of large red ants. These ants | ], Sadie Simmons, Violet Mizell, here Saturday.Mrs. P. :M. Padgett motored '
.s at Jacksonville n"d feeling that to Starke
take up considerable. room and where Gladys and Evelyn St.a1li1l1l'amie, : I I Nannie Bielling and daughter' :Monday.
better pi'ice could be obtained 1 thru I Denmark I j our Heavenly' Father has
several beds are in a field a goml bit Vl'I'dle'eMtf'I'' Avery TySon -lof Providence were visitors to town :Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd] Johns culled Wells.lioloved ,
of Brooker to his reward J. W.
their hureuii the car "win consigned tn Harvin Browning Carlos Johns Capt.
of the crop is destroyed. In addition, i ii Saturday.Mr. '
the state! nuiiKrling bureau" for diver- Tate the barbecue here Saturday father of Sovereign Mary Pitt
t:i to destroying tho vegetation for several -I Denmaik Curtis osier, Alphus : and :Mrs. Willtthlre\ Brooks' ,
"loia. The cnr was .hipped to>> Philadelphia and Cecil Sapp, Joe Hendiicks Carl |I iTomlmson; therefore be it
feet around the nest the antS
motored to Lake Butler :
Mr and Mr. 1
whfiMt prices, inngiiiK from carry aphids to the roots of the corn. Andrews, Barry Hendnck, Claude Saturday. Billie Robers Dick Resolved That we, the member ''If
1 $3.75 to $,21i! wereiwei> ed for potutoes To these Denmark, Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair v of Five Mile, were in town Lakeside Grove Woodmen Circle .>'
i destroy ants Prof. J. It.
'Col. and Mrs. t). Saturday.
Knight of
uiul 2.25) for beans. Lake
$ Butler expI'ess I"
Watson of the experiment station recommends Brjan, Mr. and Mrs. Tuck Dowling, our sorrow
When llaruriHl' : out it van found that the' use of sodium of potassium 0. D. Andrews. Starke, motored to Lake Butler Saturday Jesse' Dowling, of Dobson, was in our esteemed sovereign, and may slit-

t the Groweis Association\ received cynaide. Make a solution of one Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johns and town Saturday transacting business. find comfort in the realization that he'has
for the beans and $;') Ben Duke, of Five Mile, was visiting :Mrs Fate Matthews, of Bland
$223.20: mine'
ounce of either sodium or potassium little daughter, Inez, of Georgia. are : in town Sunday.C. the was lived a noble life and will long I
guest of her
"" the guests of Mr. and :Mrs. mother !Mrs. Dan be remembered by his friends.
cyanide in two parts of water. :Make Warren many
: A. Savage, of Dukes, was Knight, last week. i
; AlEOPARD A [ CANNOT n hole in the middle of the nest IIn.t"IIUI' Johns. I friends in Lake Butler J May lie, who "doeth all thinK
a few fluid ounces of the solution :Misses Johnnie Trumie Sunday. C. L. Varnes, of Etartow, was greet well," be to her' a solace in this hour
into the hole. Close up the hole and LAKE BUTLER of Miller, were' Rivers' ing friends in Lake Butler last week | Sovereigns Salome Maines Oni
guests of Mrs.
\tramp, the earth buck into place to Strickland A. C. Henry Varnes, if Johnstown, was Pons, Dora Alderman.]
CHANGE ITS SPOTS keep the fumes in the nest. This Lake Butler, June 11.-Noith Shaw : Moss Hewitt of Worthington I, in town Tuesday. I

should be done cathy' in the morning and wife of Sapp, attended the picnic, transacting' ; business in Lake Butler was Zeke Wainright, of Palestine, wasa TilE MOSQUITO! IS APOWERFUL J,

''or on u cool day. If some of the ants here Saturday. : Saturday. !, business visitor to town Tuesday. ENEMY J

I Mr. Dodeon the "Liver Tone"Man escape and start a new nest treat it in visited J. D. relatives and Wilber here Rimes of Miller, !: M. M. Hale and son, Olen of Worth. I j I Starke.G, W. Alderman spent Tuesday in -
the Tuesday after
same way.&ELLING ington weie business visitors Little Insect Taken Huge Toll From "
here Sunbeam
Tells the Treachery : noon. Saturday.Jim I band met in regular' ] session -

of Calomel. FS: ; ; BV WEIGHT Little Tom and Ollie Mae Townsend' Brown and daughter' attended Sunday. C Country
are convalescing from an attack of the barbecue here Mona Alderman leads the B
"! Saturday.Miss I i. P U. Scientists
services say that mosqoTtoes carrying
I There is manifest injustice in selling ] chicken' pox. Thelma Schell)) left Sunday evening; at
Friday for 7 o clo 'k. the other
Calomel loses day I You know : by count. One customer Pinholster < The union will soon reach deadly malaria and
you a eggs: Truby of Brooker' attended St. Petersburg and other points of in. .'
0.-1 disease
i what. calotn. U. Its mercury! quick\ gets a dozen weighing! scarcely mote the political speaking here terest for several weeks standard germs are responsible for
S silver. Calomel; l 18 dangerous.' It than n pound if as much; another Saturday. atives visit with rel. :Misses Onie and Lulu Scarborough more deaths than all of the wars since
and friends.
': r r .... irashe-s Into and HOur sickening,bile like you dynamite C loml, '' gets n pound and a half in the dozen Henry Gaskins, of Sapp, was the Mrs. JS'orton Sapp, of Jacksonville, spent Rev, the week' at Hahira, Ga., with the beginning of time.

,, cramping attacks th bone and nhouM never bo he or she) buys; yet both pay the same guest of :Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Dekle is the guest of her' parents, Mr. and ily. and Mrs. L. A Rawls and fam- Their bite is often as deadly as a

put into your system. I'I'U'I' "Eggs I is eggs." The first duos Friday night and Saturday. !Mrs. Rink Richard. Mrs. rattlesnake's.

., When you f...-l \bilious. ftluggUh.: eon nut get near so much food for the A baby girl was born to Mr and L S. Parrish spent the week-end' of Davis, of Lulu, was the guest By every means' known to mankind
tliiuteit and nil &knocked out anil livltevepou same sum of money as the second. Mrs. Fritz Townsend Saturday after- with his family L, A. Raulerson! last week. both national and )local health services

..,IM>.1| a tlo n of dangerous cnkmicl Generally tho customer must take noon. !Mrs. Raulerson and daughter P P Deklo. of Five Mile, was a are trying to exterminate them, bu>
: An.
s"l1 business
ior lust remember few cent a that l, your bottle lruKifl of !UuiUou" such eggs as the grocer baa on band Mr .and Mrs. })rt'd Cone, of Jacksonville na Mae, and Jessie Belle spent several morning.Mrs. visitor to town Tuesday this will never be. We must protect

Liver a Tone a hi'h rje t III entirely vegetable' I or search the market' for those of desired -1 spent the week-end' with his days last week in South Florida ourselves against his pest. By proper
.sue, It is handier for the seller parents Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Cone. Mrs. Clnlke' of Chicago spent screening of
and pUmitiint to take and In! a perfect Smith, of Lulu was a visitor cral sev and by a dally spray
t substitute for iwlottwl It Is guaranteed : perhaps. It makes a difference in the I Roger Collins of Pensacola
to .Urt your liver without ntlrring you kitchen, a recipe working out all right Mr. and Mrs.' J. W. Townsendthis Harry Long of Five Mile! motored :M M. good literature. of all mosquitoea. TORMENT is C

i up inside, and can not nalivaU.. sometimes' when a large egg in used week. to Lake Butler Tuesday. Hale, of gaseous vapor in which no dangerous

Don't take cnloimlt It can not or btt a and failing when there is not sufficient Viola Townsend has returned home Dock Crews and son, Miles of New I among Dock the' visitors in town Tuesday. insect can live. It is death to iii. ects
trusted wild-cut.'auv Take more Uodnou's than a Liver Tone egg meat in it. It makes a difference after a visit with relatives in Jackson' River, attended the picnic here Satur1- River, were Crews in arid< son. Miles, of New but. harmless to human belr';',
at the table for dish yule town! Tuesday.
right and a composed day Sold] by
which straightens< you. up Tuesday druggists general
makes you fed fine. Give it to the chiefly of eggs' : will not satisfy Mr. and Mrs Henry Vamea, of Mrs. Joe Dowling, of New River, Butler and was election day in Lake and dealers] everywhere.

children beciiuM it i I. perfectly harmless the appetite of the diners when made Johnstown, attended the political rally ]- was a visitor to town Saturday. of people] who there 1I\'as a 'large number :Manufactured by G. B. Williams

and doesn't gripe of small eggs as when they are of here Saturday. The Woman's Club met Monday af. interest of our cast state their and' vote in the Company, Quitman, Ga., exclusively,

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I LA WS AND LA WBREAKERS I KEACIIEU- AT LASTIt wj 1A'F> ?W'Ft' A'5 gA'1.gA #A"S *' V t%' Jt t

is evident from a study of a late

number cf Dun' Review that the liquidating i

At we good citizens when we break zone ? No, he must wait until some process -which began fame i I FIT E VER YCARFILL t

he laws of the commonwealth ? I IIi j one's. life has I been endangered or lost. week !ago if something inert than a i

a murderer a good: citizen ? The mayor of Jacksonville has re- mere: bpunmodic affair or even a seasonal ,

centlyukcd up and "ordered all dog reduction of stocks.' It indicates -
Is a thief a rood citizen ? .
r.mnincr at lag to be muzrled or that the "pt-nk" lJC high prices

Is a man a Rood citizen who breaks thot. Why ? Mornu a mad Jog had has been |a-fi\i and that we may rx-

ny of our lawn- laws made for our appeared in their mklnt. flut why pi-ct a ,divlming tendency hereafter. | EVERY NEED
Layer view of
Biotection and the protection of those should such an order be necessary ? It may not be radical nor immediate >

round us ? Why: uliould.) the law not be continuously but it will be certain It is claimed. I 1.JInIlIllC: : I in: t.4iltn .-( LEE Cord. \\ t

Sanitary laws are those made for operative ? Why is our law inoperative The goose' which laid tIle golden egg 1 II I'U\ll: iuu:>: i'iioors :' HMMtOOI'S Puncture Proof 7\j - .

he protection of the health of the ? Why is no move made to hat been killed by greed. Manufac- I ,'.......""..r Car Sixes I'utwenprr Car Si32 /,> / :- : '

ommunity and should be obeyed ev- protect the citizens of Starke ? Is it tuifrs everywhere are curtailing their1 I .

|n more carefully than thohe of, a civil because some of the better citizens of I output reducing their time and ridding SO 30" ,x 3" 32"" x 4** ** x 4H" 3<>* K 4V _;.

Ordinance No. 183 forbids Staike which have themselves of labor. I ,3t1l", 33 x 4 33 x 4V 33'x 5" : :1
ature. own dogs for they / surplus : 32" x 3M," 3*" x ." 34* x 4V 35" x S* -
Spitting on the sidewalks and public more -consideration than for their They are furling their nails. in preparation 31" x ." 35" x 4V 3?" x 5* \' -' i: .

uildings of Starke and yet this in dis. families ? for the coming ..storm and evidence I s\ 1 ,4ll I

egarded by a greet many of, our cit. ; Section 113 provides that all open is not lacking that wise relail- TZXM-.ILMATIC:: : tires made the outumobili* ili1e. .
>ON ic.
'ens and even by the officers! whose toilets be supplied with lime or other era throughout the country are doing | .

uty it is to enforce this law. disinfectant. Some time ago 23: different the same Some of the large!! shoe Pumture-Proof pneumatic* ourcil the ital defect ,

Ordinance No. 142 forbids any dog I householders were notified that factories in New England are reported of all tire by prc* outing puncture anil Mou-out I

. run at large unions wearing a muz. their toilets were not ita r)'. as working only two or thus days f

k le. This ordinance has a clause givng Later a second notice was Kent to )per week owing to the reduction of You can l>uy a Ice Puncture-Proof' ( Fabric, ) with the :

k the mayor the option of enforcing the same parties. Up to this time no ortt.1'tI.! and the general curtailment illll't'llt'tr"'' l>ut pliable Puncture-Proof tread in all .in'a % t

he law or not at his discretion. Why attention has been paid to these' no of bu'inW/ {. quite from Dun's Review from 30"x 3" up to 31)( 4*. s r.

his is I have been unable to It.arn.ltabic8 tices.A of May 2Jilh:

is transmitted from an infect. fine of $50 or SO days in jail is The liquidating proceia thut began! The Lee Cord Puncture-Proof" tire achievement of the i .--..- .

;t : ttd individual to one not infected and provided as a penalty for disobedienceof some time ago in certain branches of ('t'ilhln'-haM every cliarueterintif! of the) finest Cord tim 4 -f :'-

\it hi no other way seasons of the yearjbaving this law. Yet I have learned of no business but which has only lately fM'rfrrtnl; and protected; by the patent Ice Piuirlure-PriMif ( -
no influence. arrests. There are some prominent occasioned general comment, has continued feature .
: .
If there is dancer from does runjting citizens on this list. Ii this the reason and is widening in its influence. ' _f t) __

at large and becoming infected for non-enforcement ? If not yet everywhere apparent They eomc os small as 32" :x 44"! and aa Lig as 37* x. 5"with fix .

Ws3id then infecting others and rio one Of all our laws the disobedience of the movement toward readjustment sites in between. .
1f. denies this danger then how can the'pubic the sanitary laws is least excusable, is plainly discernible in various ii ,

] be protected unless the law is as their disobedience cannot possibly quartets, as in textiles and hides and Lee Puncture-Proofs defy the risks of
. S1 constantly' in force ? Can our mayor benefit any one und their obediencewill leather, and footwear, and is manifested \
'$ other the benefit all. both in current price tendenciesand They I'/ln' your tubes and eliminate repair<< and the aimoyaiieo '
Tfl>r any man anticipate cornlJng of road .
into a community of a mad dog E. T. CAMPBELL M. D., in the conditions affecting future delays.Griffin .

time to prevent injury to our citi- City Health Officer. operations. With IIn unusually backward t

reason, and a congestion in .t. zz .z 7Z i

: trnntpoitalion that has seriously< disorganized -

SHOW PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES May 7, and nominated Eugene V. commerce, acme shrinkageof

: ARE CHOSEN Debs) as their candidatefor the Pres transactions, was to be expected; & Johns Starke Fla. ,

idency. The two major party conventions but these restrictive elements do not ,

Presidential candidates are chosen are similar in organization and fully explain the prevailing disposition "

y national conventions of political machinery though they differ in one of most dealers to confine commitments -

t rties. Before the national convenons vital fact. Only a majority of delegate within the closest possible ')\

. meet party primary elections votes is required by a Republican limits, and the increasing cancellations ; '

WjfJWe held in the various states for the convention but in the Democratic and! revisions of orders. The Cord

purpose of electing delegates to the convention the candidate must secure fundamental reasons' for the recent 01. F'abi.Ic

M ,((90nventions. Roughly speaking each two-thirds of the votes. This difference abatement of activities in fact have i PunCture..Proof

I ,' ,.kite Is allowed by each convention to has been the center of many dra. appeared in the diminished consumption LE E )

i ', .]ect twice as many delegates as it'ihbas matic fights. For inflance, if it had of merchandise due largely to :

{ electoral votes. Actually how- been for this rule> Champ Clark the prolonged era of extieme prices, Tires

%r ver, writes !Mr. Gordon Lamont inPre would have been nominated at the und hastened by the reduction of purchasing -

.\ New York Evening Post there is Democratic Convention in 1912 instead power through! decreased employment

-!.* difference in the manner of selection of Woodrow Wilson. Champ from one cause or another

k.J 11 the. two major parties, and the Re- Clark had a clear majority, but he and in the tightening of money rates m ,

t' publicans have 984 delegates while could not get the necessary two-thirds and the efforts to bring about credit 'Smile at Miles"Habitual .r

|,,,the Democrats have 1014. We read -and Mr. Lamont proceeds: contraction. The results' of financial ,

'0en : "The party conventions are among jirespure have been seen' in enforced -- ---- )

.d "For the Democratic Convention the most important inxtitution.s of our offerings of some goods: at appreciable ;: 1.
Tills '
Constipation Cured May aint lUUO Quarter, .le... V acre * uch state is allowed two delegates country. . The man nominated for price concessions not only in retail In 14 to 21 Iays"LAXFOS W. T. WF.RK8 ,.r rWtlon 1A Hnuth, Half of Mouth Half of

) or every electoral vote. The electoral the Presidency has more power than lines but also in wholesale circles WITH PEPSIN" Is a siwclally- I Clerk Olreult: Court Norih.'imt Quarter of Heetion 17': Kant Half \
.. Hy A. KNH.IIT. of North.'HM Quarter of Hertlon 21.
:ote corresponds with its representa- the rulers of many countries and is in and buyers' growing! conviction prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual (IC-si I) iN-i.uly Clerk.A The followlnv, drsrrlid land in Townahtp

Ion in Congress It has, therefore, a position to do an immense amountof that the present price reaction marks Constipation. It relieves promptly but I Z. AMKIN8, S Houtb.: Kanv: Bn Kant. HouthfMt (JIanl.r.IaCPt .
Knlie.Uir for (m.I.ln."L .-.-.*-,-. 10 d.'lb..d a*. strip V8 yard. t
chosen large the harm or good. Yet these nominat. something more than a temporary should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days acrea
>>ur delegates at by -----.. broad from Eet: to Weiil .,..... Hmiihern partnf "
|tate, for the two Senators. For every ing bodies exist without any control.exc'pt flurry chiefly accounts for the existIng Induce regular action. It Stimulates and \ N"TUC <)F KI'MIAL: MAKTtH'H MAtE Houthwe. Quarter of HoutheaM Quarter, ",

nember of the House of RepresentaSves I that of public opinion and hesitation in entering upon for : Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take.* OUt; Not vi In to-.Iy irlvi-n that undi-r and. by Mitd .. ,ars.'l Quarter) or lot starting In tI."t. at h...Houthwet nt Quarter ciorn ofHoiithcattt :Ii
The without recognition in the constitution ward engagement. While inability to tier I! authority and In i.urruetiee of thai rrrtalnfirm .r
it has two more delegates. ..... .. Ihetir* Kdftt: lIlt yrd* t. a Make, thme* :
I d.* of rtclfrMiirff and eel, mmle.
tepublicans elect their delegates at accept additional contracts, owing toImlWdit.nt 1 . North |,| y.r.ln. tlirtie Went IflB yard, thenouMouth :<'iI
and rndi 'rl ..f A.
r on th tillS day Mny U.
( of 1Ifoe.
We of the confidence doers UU yard to 1.1. of Iwiilnnlnit.
rge on the same principle, but allow "In fact George Washington. was in manufacturing! preventssome are proud' I 111.0), I In Mild\ I.'V the 'lrctill {....... ... Alarhuaf'fiunly tin I ,, h 11
business that might otherwise druggists and the "public have In in th* Klirtitli Judicial. Oroult of lhr' following. d.-nrrli..d landn In Townnhlp
_ily one delegate for Congressional never nominated by any convention. ilifl; Chill and Fever Tonic.-Adv."How loridii,. In chanrrry. In that rrtaln C505th..r.ln "fl Houlh KnU'e rl KBI : HoulH Half ofNnrtH /,
istricts where the vote is less than There was no need of such a nomina- consummated, demands for next Hndinit. whcrrln. tht> IVnlnnular NavaTHl Hntf of Hiiulhia-t, 'I QtmHi'r, Houtheant
districtsn fall and winter requirements have (.n I.
75,000. There are two such tion expected that he (Quart r of Knnlti'vevt 'Q-mrlrr cern
as every one We Cleared Our !Summer Homeof KUIimnt. and. A A. Mr KIMand M. t'Mr.. .
blackened Houthwent, ....... .. and Houtbwiwt Quarter cif
| New York stale and one in Massa- would be elected. In 1800 it was recognized perceptibly, pendingclearer a Hats," by MTH. Perry IU.. his who, The Klmt 1 Natlonul Mank nfirii sIt hw..t Quarter of Houlhwtnl Qmirti.r. !...* \
insight into the price situation <.. >Hvillj. a Corpitratlim. W. L. Ih nh m.aa .
The send only Bouth
husetts. Republicans be In Houihern nf Heetion II
"* that there must somebody II Mere 1'itrt.
and curtailment of hasdeveloped "When we opened our seaside home 1',,,.(**. In Hankruplcy of the ..t. nf Hiiuthwent, .
of Nrtlu-uni
output rani Quarter Quuiter
,ighty-eight delegates to their con- to nominate for the Presidency and last May it was alive with rats. Th.'y A. A. McKa*.. ".nk.u,,'. Vlrnlnlaarullaa Quarter of North*"t Quarter |en. 4 arr.. InHouhw
in textile and
htWntion! from this stale while the Congress itself assumed the. power the industry We C limlral I furtipany' a C'oriMirailtm, C. W. ...t corner. VA acre. In Houthnrn loart
elsewhere because of )lack of had gnawed HIP upholstering. Ifnrthiion Ompanir, a ('otixiratmn, |(< new or- .. .
Massachusetts of Northeaxt Quarter of HoutheaM Qu rU>r
'Vipemocrats* send 90. which it relinquished in 1824. From ders. With shortage in of cleaned them out in II week with RAT .> ( "rniktiyt|, a <:'orM>rHtl.... rank KWniMl North I Huir of Houlheant Quarter ..f HoulheaMtQunrtur
there are thirty-six Democratic dolel : 1824 until 1840 nominations were supplir SNAP. I prefer this rat killer hwimsa CtimjMtty, a OoriHtratlitn. Klrht-wm: Hat I I 1ft....... I In Northern and Rant.rn
commodities arid (:'impany, a < miMirittJnn' I l.lnton K Allen,
some production MMKNMiilnr
l J RateS and thirty-five Republican dele- I made by State legislatures and popular ,.arh. of Nor I hwewt Quarter of Boutbvajit
mix ing. of Ih Ktat nf M. .
it comes in cake form no t A. Maker, 4.el ..
costs levels North lllf of HoiithiaNt Quarter .IM."thw'ot
remaining high Quart
IT t' This situation prevails in oth- ] meetings. The tendency was to- at price Saves dirtying hands and platt-s." 2.1c, ( ....d.! \\tlllHni II. 1'nlUTHon Alexander J. Quarter all .belim In Hwtlnn 8.1
1 r parts of the country and accounts ward the niodern political conven reudjuptmenls may be further delayed D. C. Patt.'rsn. and.. William J Ni-limn. elI-sian-| .lot H of Herllon 7 ; Northwest, Quart of
the difference in the size of in certain channels! ; but the main ro$1.. Sold! and guaranteed by | nfw dolnv liuHfrtiii. an N. K. lurtwntln Cupmnpany Houthwettt. Q".,...,. HoiitheMMt qll..f t
slight tion. (:
> 1 Adv uncork llrttthifra Cnnipany a ( Mitchell's Drug' Store--- of NoHbeaMthiHrttr
Jones and Northwest Qunrter. Weat llwlf '
trend now seems to be definitely downward I.. J. .
,11 two conventions. Missouri is |IN..n. 'laylor C'limpany a ( "IN" -
e o nf Perllon 0.
of Hnuthwi Quarter,
Personal ambition Is to a large extent ti in, I F. M. Diirmiir. an AdinlntotraUir. ..dI '
and Jlun's list of wholesale
two quo. And. alt North unit of Hlork A of the town
ending eight delegates at large riNAI. IHH('IIAIM.K; Ht.-m of tht fj; ...t.. nf William C. ii. "
responsible for the piesent organization MITIC K or i HavK '
tations this week for the second or I Irs uS.tCtwhtn pi"r plat recorded In I lathook I
consecutive ..... .
f them women each with one-half a Nt.e.-In hi-riby irlvcn that alxty duO.! from 'il. Uila A. l"avln, Jan Hall FhMid, and .
of the according A n. 1'ilMlo recordii, Alarlum county
convention |I'ii
week discloses more recessions the fintt liul.llmtiim hi'rw.f. I will l.nnrlil. tiltli her hiiMliand., J. A. I"IoN"I. Hunan. Ixivclt-Mi- antib.r .
otl', instead of the more usual four who describes it I<'IwIda. biiH.iand, .. J. K I ''orldaII.
to Mr. Lament ,* Cminty, .lui"" of Ilnnlfonl County. : I l.ornIre. IMi-n .1. In andhir
lelegatps at large. For each delegate the "meeting ground of the ambitions than_ advanees_ .-Tnmpa Times. my final, wi-ounui. and. voui'lu-m) "' tnmtat ,.. hiiHliand, K. I*. t..x. I I. Lin-new. A. llMwk- ".' Muiwliitf h.'lh..A? | ......."..1 properlvMltiiiit' ,
jiM -. Inn . . mid. and. lately nurd. ,on and.
who .. ..r l>. K. Hull. lat' of llrailfonl cmmty. urn! h< r himband. C. K llnwklnii. 11111. nl near ii|
votes only
icre is an alternate of mt'n. the battle ground of KI.KP11IK: STAitLI4 ('LEAN W'R-I il.,..<-aiii-il.. .."01 ani'ly '"r hr! api.nival, .II Williams and her huNhand. J. I. Williams. n r.. Mectlon, with. Oir turpentlnmti, \ \ It**
I the absence of the delerate." their hopes and the scene of some victories >. anil fur my ,llnul% . illnclmriie an ucti nl-. Ali.htiuN M. huvm. l':>(....t I'. |"avl,.. W. t'ldll 'lonpliiff *o A A Mrln( and. Wtlllnrn t' I>..,|.
I.NV.:.; THE SI'MMKK): nll"l.tntl. lMvltt arid t'liarlia liar nan d) |IHVH.| are de *| ftrnnve Helt/hl. In Alarhlia County. FlortdH 1..1. -
The delegates to a national conven- and many defeats.".. .He tellsus 'this I 11th .i.i.y ..r Jun. 11120. ndunla. \ ....wlt. 'In 5 VA barrel t"N..II"* atlll
on may either be instructed or unin. further that "in the political convention fMVm S. 1lA11. I. K: f). Hk *tiT, a. Hperlal Mnntifr. an such and future. 1 Hrboneld pump find hot ll'F ; I
tallt'A ought to be cleaned out very : .. II *.. .,1". .;.I, k'ltlti and nitiin. I spirit shed t tII
vote unit Ailmlni.itratnr ..f 1h. liiliiUi; f l It. I-: Its for mirh |'iurHMMt. In and by the, laid Final i 'i
Tuctcd and they may as a and in the prcconventlon days frequently during the summer. Manure (l-ll-m-S-8 I Ih'orew .|,..,In"'d. utah ..If.r for Cut.. I Ii! Inlrttrer' fthanlM* I enriper sIp, and tools ; .
.ir as individuals. The practice var. it bo said that men rome before I 1 barn lot and ptnhlr' f dwiitlnir boun** r
he '
may furnishes the breeding place for ---- outcry cusS khall *ell l build' Block and tUtur**
1 comrnltwftry i5 I
.. .
the liMtt hiddt-r fur In front .
R we are reminded by Evening that seeking nomina .h. f it. dour of
parties men are .ICATIOM
the house fly. l Dr. A. T. !Shealy of OKflFK roil the' cuurthouiw I lAHtl'Mt I"in-fit,, I tlie cm o. with, triitter* M hlark
'''ost's and the primaries the shouting In flwult. (',flirt. Bll. .t.. ..' n.irlilN, Wi: lilh Alarhtia County. Florida, ,
contributor tion. All the applause, the State Agricultural College In I tority of O.h.I1., .. con Monday, th. ole, mule named Kat. M." an l M.ud t
fn instruct entire says Juillrlnl (flrrult nradfurd County. In Chanry. "Mfth d., of Jol I irrnv toe,r rnnl". nuffii'd. I.racy. I .brown 4:
one state may an the strategy are directed for the furthering .. ,. A. P. mo liftween the .
it .. .
is a good plan to remove the drop- ho iif i 11 HO rlork the nifir* mule tianud I 1..11.. I 4-mnt wHtron and :"
.Delegation. or part of a delegation to of personal ambitions of can pinll'l from the stables at least. once aelllY. I. NFTTI.M.. V too urn it'rlork ;In I lie aft.J"*rnmin.* following and, barne, .n 40 dip .barrnl all materlala. lo.tUnd
Vote for one candidate, and in case didates. Unless they are actively be .ml.I.ln."t. dif rrilied, '''1"'''''. to-wlt : .. Mtitipll a on band at nid steve! on. to-wlt,
t{ nominatedto A covered pit may construct- v. I 'J'he ffillowlnir. ,l.rnilai land In Towtmhlp. Orto.Mr |1&. 1111". Innlndtnir spirIt .ImrrelN, rlue,
that cannot has
candidate ,i seeking nomination experience ('d to hold the droppings until theyare MAKY NF.TTI.F.II.11..r..t. H Houtli., KariK. V'2 .:..t : ....t Half. of Sailing, ntavi>*. I biadlnr. "hon'irn| dtp bucket .
name a second choice. The individual shown that nomination seldom corm I scattered on the land. The eggs I .arlni affidavit apprndKil. to lh. .Mouth. ast q"..,,,-. of Soot' h...-.. Quarter.. Kant: tiHclrft." pullerM, and I the Ilk..
liy .
It .
delegate is not absolutely. bound I to them. The convention i iK the acid nui .. Ifulf of N4irthiuit (9uartor. of 8<>u1h' <.at ijuart The/ folio win* flencrlhod pernoiiHl property
,. .. nliiUil h. M r .
of: the fly hatch out in from 8! to JO li'll ni Kl In II rauM t of Hrrtlifn li .Houlhwent q"....., of Houlhwmt .dIves at and nnr anti) lately belna ue lii
to follow his instructions but he seldom : test of a man's availability for office. N..tll: .. thn rti'fi-ndant tlirrs. In namrd. In a ,MHI and In rnn-cl ion with th I tiirimntin
: hours Quarter of Houthwmt .
the it < tit
rt > Heetlrm
I during summer, making ..r th.. ..... .f lorlda. and minrnilBhprwlf Vu r sic.Ie'l.n.liv, to A A MrlUe and Wil.I .
breaks for "such prooedi details his religion and locality I U Northwwt q".r
away Such a" very important that the stable be .0 that ",...... of auhiMwna rannnt' Mcrvrd .. HouthwMt I hum (' I'avln, at lirook Urn. In Clay nounty.r .
Quartir, .... .. .
*)tr itlnir V. .
| 1 IVM, I
"mnr r ly
would be political suicide. The : have a marked! influence on the I kept clean to keep the flies reduret 01'''''' her and In ever th. ait. of I..n.I" IIIK Mouth ..f a lake and East: *if where thelijyli ..rIle.' ,,,.wlt. <>n. 20-harret turfientln
delegates] are generally well in hand I possibility of nomination. If he comes minimum.The ...".. ycam. 1I..i la tlu'rfr.d'r'd.. that naldnonrr .. water ......... Iii.'liriIitu, line. .if Nnrthwtnt Ntlll and flvture* 1 .'".r.h..,: and. tool;
to a .ldi. >nt d..f I. and In Io'rI.y! r.aulrad I Mpirli' I and vlu h.i|, ;kettl and fl.
and each state has a chairman of the from a "doubtful" state he is looked tn ."IN'" to the bill of complaint" fil'd Qu.tllu.h".1 Quarter and Mouthwetit (, barrel red ,
I carcasses! from .11 animals that Quarter of Houthwewt. Q....rt. and 2 ureM 411 dl|> I mill named fled :
delegation whose duty it is to preventbreak I upon with more favor than if he comes die on the farm fchould be buried at( day In ..101..f! July....'!... A.on f>or. Mun'Uy. ,tha,h.aliaItallona fttn. ,mor. or l I...., ", .",,,,.n.I,,,, at HW r eq.iii (South were I hlfH'k miuli mute, named. (....,,,. 1 dark bayrnare
named Site I nnmedHllvcr.
in his ranks. We read then : which is either solidly w< t Quarter of North went QuarUrun irriiy mar
from a state east five feet underground or burned ..f mild hill will ha taki-n aa cunfmaid thnc* Ni.rth silt f.>*t. thenr Eaiit One K-bor wuiron and barn, ** ; S
"The question of whether a delegaj I j Democratic or Republican., ,New York Very often an animal dies of a contagious liy .furthi-r.ld di-fi>d..d ndant.It that thla ordrr IM I'libIlKhKil ) of l lak.. thenc. flnutherly with water of water all .hnntlttt I nf.mmlmiary. stork and n.lu1
tlon shall vote as individuals or in a''' Ohio Indiana and Illinois are some of disease. Should the carcass' $ onoia w....k for four aonarcutlva wwkaIn 1.10. I.. line dividing Northwmt QuarUr ofHmithwMt ciir I tar... with. lot.slitters and .ntal.Ie fin*.R-hora. 7A.OOO Hteam turHntln pump 1

solid block is one which has excited the debatable stated and -men who not be disposed' of by burning or buryIng th. .. rlradford' County Trli'Kralih. a n,.w.- Quarter Quarter.and thenr Southwest* W*.t to Quarter point of ofNnrthwtfit and, Itoflrr I dwelling hoiiH ; 1 ps'tlts. ) and.)

Utter controversy. Voting by units can bring these tnte with their large deep the disease may be spread tiRiur Thla imliliihrd Jur,. I'''.In 1IUO reid county and utaU ta-rlanlnir all that certain paire. ) ,.f land 1 It,. brldlr all...aplrlt. barrel. .lu*. butttnir, hMid-
.. hi.eta hoop-Iron, dip bucket hackc.
'lest Month and Wet of
J i called the unit rule. The Republi. quota of votes into one camp or another by dogs, running water. buzzards and W. T.Circuit WJ.KU.Clerk Court.Py . sims IH'to* the Houthwat th. II corner P. C of'lUHway Kouihwrat ... h,..., pullera and other turpentine tool.

>.. Can part has allowed the delegates arp highly rrjrardod . . Keveral other agencies C. A. KNKIHT Quarter of qu....*, of KR. ,colder, ..1.I. or contityr., on hand *t paid plan
.. ,
to vote individually ever when they "The first of the convention in TlrpuIy Clark. Don. la. r.a.t half nf floutheaat. Quart., ln. .1. OrtolH-r lAth. ItllN.
,q ) gun -" -- (iSrali! ) Houtheant. Quarter of No ft he... And. alno each and .vry. the Ira,.*. with
titave' been instructed by the state to the ordinary course will be the fight A. 7.. A.!.>KINII. (8.4.Gt.a. V......*. In Northeaiit corner of Quarter Hwctlnti (141 en*I all rlvbtH and IntereaU thervunder. rieaerllieda
Holi itnr for Complainant a* tirseritwil. l I In t h. said I'in.l 1 I>r*r**
'1/j ast a sold vote. The Democratic of the contested delegates. Some ASPIRINName North Half of Houtheaat Quarter of ActionM.
; and In th* original, Mill of Clomplalnl, In nald' ]
arty., however sustains any such in States will send opposing delegation N01KK TO HFBTDF8 ANI) CRKDITOIUI: 1'he followmir. *l crllye4. land In TnwnnhlitHouth can, l&l
! structions given to the delegation and with claims for recognition. The national All |.....0". Indented to the of. Mra.Julia II Kanir K2 last: <>mmen. 81 P.' O. IIAXTFR
stale's for the A. Walnrlirht, lau of tlrailford ...ont'. North 22 d..",_ Wet and ill, f.*t ..r.rt'l!| Aa Special i l M.*.*..
; ecords an entire delegates committee will hear claims lorlda. ...-.- aT-. requested to pay their HK d.'tfreea Went of renter lint of H. A, I ('1 flIES; (' I'I" he candidate whom the majority take evidence and decide tbe case as "Bayer" on Genuine ..Id delit forthwith and all |> hivln |(I Kallroad track, said. corner b 'inii, the North-* ,Jackmmvlll. ..
them select. If the state has its seems! best Importance is attached claimi aicairat aid .....t. shall HI. th. lam 4>iHt sorrier of ( ...*., KaddlMh'a land a* r** ,I Icorded Hollftlu.r for Complainant.A6t72
duly authenticated, with tha undemlirn Admlnlatrator In lM. : "t imposed the unit rule the dele- ', to, this matter of opposing delega. within ..... year hereof, or they. '1 I'lnrlda., run then* Hnuth AH deirrne* NOTICK OP FINAL MHARGJ ,
ates vote individually. We have late- .gallons!: and the losing!: side always will. Iw forever. barredOKDPK W..t lOftft fet, thonn North 83 degrees Wt ] Two month after dato hrof I -jrntmy 4"'
I I, Till. 4.10 day of Jun., 11120 1",8 tVi-t. th-nrc North flH derrea P.:u t 1050 wi
tiurh.r.' and final account ". .
-b': seen in New York state a fight over I goes!: home nursing a grudge. In some V' J. 5'. ICICKI.ITER: 1 fwt thenc. Month 22 d-'irreea Kant 2076 feet ( A. ardinwr.. County Judtr of MradforrlCounty. .
the rule applied to the dele- | the to be so 8.4.0'-7.110. Admlnl..t.. ...... ty l rtrlnnlnir. ( II ItS
,. unit as cases evidence appears ) >mmne rhalna. link lorlda.. and auk to h* dlcharird aaadmlnlNtraujr
ates to the democratic national con close that the committee may seatI ,- I wept of the half mil foist. on Houth boundI of the. **tU of P. E Hall .
FOR Pl'UMCATlOW ary line nf Hertlon ". TownshIp 9 Hnuth ..
ention. George R. Lunn offered a I both delegations allowing each man .. In Creutt. ('rru... Htl. t>1 Florid Eighth plAnt 22 .:*.t. Arredondo Grant run thne. .'I.01.his. th* SOth day of May 100.H. .
resolution to a meeting of the rele- one-half a vote. In the consideration Judicial Circuit Bradford County. In Chan- North. !I2 ft fieWent 6 .....1"... fl'l link R. HALL .
\J ,..... i toth* Initial point th ne.. Fan 8 16 ehaln Admlnlntrator of the rotate of !>. K Hall.
rates at Albany which'was defeated'' of claims for opposing delegations IU/lF.CCA/ HILUART. I to a .t..k.. North E2 ft dejrr. *** Wt _....." B21.tit.7l4.NOTICK .
6"I to 8. He thereupon announced that the shrewd observer may get!: the first 01.1 a Cnmillnnnt II 4d chNlna to a ntak. then. West ft.16 .
I 1 n I I chain* to a Ntak. therm South 22 B d."..-*.. .
lie would for William G. McAdoo inkling of how the convention will go./
vote (' H IflMJARfl Past II 40) ehalnii to betrlnnlnit.; both of pall. .Et.EION
Jat San Francisco' regardless of the While the National' Committee and "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is genuine Iffrrndant .... lyflnir In -linn 7 ; HfiutheaRt. Quarter fly the I"'..... went.) In them by tti.. School, .'J.
of the delegates.In ." ': the credentials committee are work. Aspirin proved lafe by millions It ftvrtntr' by .'fficl, .vii .rr-nl*>d tn 1n, nf Hotithwit (J..rt.... South Half nf Ho nth- laws. nf the Htat of Monda the hoard of I
choice of the rest
[ for hill flM in the nlw.v Stated ra"... that C >IMilHarH east Quarter, and. starting at Houtheat eorner rihlc| Imitrtietion of ftradforif County her- '
this year 1920 the Republican ing on the protesting delegations thp and prescribed by physicians over ,, thy ff' -fen riant Ihrrvln n.rnrnl.. imr a of 8.M>.tlnn 1ft. run North along KatItounriary by ordem. an to Iw held. In I.......'
/ National Convention met in Chicago!: 1 ,: resolutions committee has been drafting twenty years. Accept only an unbroken ..ldnt of the State of FloHrfM.. and .one . I In. of the Hcllfm. 10 chain to HiMflnl I Rub .".1.t..1) .. rm Haturday. .Tune
package which contains .ntii. hlmm-lf ... that prncM I,f mtbpfwna ran flout heant cornef of the \tot Ito'Weed IHth. 1020. V.the purpn of ) thrre.1or51.i's .
on June 7, and the Democratic Contention \ a platform for adoption by the "IJayer" not I.# ...,.*>4. upon him and in over the .ir. tnralti'l, with South boundary of ihs Seetloti( and. to delerminv th* .I..ln..f mil
meets at San Francisco on 1 1 convention. This becomes the creed of proper directions to relieve the of twrnty-onf. ymrt It U therefor ord.rcHth I chain BH ft link" to uthwet. rnrntof) the ia,', to I** amiMmed.For t
I Headache Toothache Earache Neuralgia .t paid. nonrM ,!.?*nd.nt loa and Uhvrrby l lot.< thenc North parallel with Rant bounditry the iiurpowe. .f the. mild *le.
June 28. The convention of the So- i the party in the campaign. -Literary nf hit rWllim I lit h.1ln.
[ I'am. ) .qul..d tn appear to the bill of omrlalnt ehalnii ti Nrthw..t lion th,* fltwtnv| m. h.v. turn .
and .
ei i; -it party opened in New York on' Digest. Rheumatism Colds fiUd I in gaul C.IJH*> on nr lfonMtm, corner. thence F:ant ".,.11.-1 with Houth bfiund iolntt-d w.' flodwln T J. Terry and ,.
I Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few ilur. th. Kih day of July A M 11120 i>th.T.wi4 cry of the. Hwotlon. I vhn.n. AH.A links tn r If n.h.,..
-- sell .. tK. llfratlonn. of unit) bill will b* Ukon Northeaat ...,n.,. thenc Smith alonir RantIroundnry L. C. POWELL.n .
rico has more imitations\ than any Qre"e" Tasteless cIdII'I'eIIIc cents. Irugglts) also larger .. "nr..d br said rirf*>nd.nt nf the Bctlon. It* chain. Stark Chairman ILnsl Public. Instruction,
other Chill and Fever Tonic on themnrkl't. "Bayer package" Aspirin is trademarked It 1 1M further" 0'......"! that thin .>rd >r !.. i>ut<. (outheant. corner ..f the lot. containing t eounty. Florida. J'.dforo
but wantt imitation > mtare vitality .0(. energy by pnrtfytot and Manufacture Monaceticandester >.Hh-'t. f... S wrP .for four consecutive wtwka ".-.'. nil iH-lnir In B..I..nI : "South Half Attrt .. .
no one med. rfchlndthe bk"'xl Y u in noun f..l..ttnma.. Ilaycr (In tVrfHrHdforit (<...nty Telegraph l a n.wtH f North...*t Quarter Houtheant. Quarter of.SouthwvMt K R 1'OPPKLL.
TV' are d ng icine t\tnt lnvlrtra< ; '1'* *. pr putimhfd In said' county ndt t Quart* r. Houthwt Co Hupt. and Rec'y -KMt-.-lB


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FRIDAY. JUNE 11. 1920.
_P.uIo.' FOLK! -

.f, ., I will Ieue there on on the 12th
11'( I It" LITTLE SI-KING CLUB MEETING [will be looked after with as much OF INTEREST TOEXSERVICEMEN >4. jjxrrrri. ".1-i.i.r.rrl* *u.**; -t ''I A. (I. IV20. day of j,vlJ.

I; Bradford County Telegraph (courtesy and promptness as any one's. : i WltnrM my official alpnatur and seal; tlui
the Mh dar of June, A., D U30.
t" Thursday afternoon June 3rd the Thanking each of you for the trust W. T, 'WEEKS.

Little Spring club held a meeting but and honor you have reposed ,in me I A bulletin entitled "New Provisions c.ABroken Clerk Circuit Court.BIT Bradford C. A, County P1a.
II I ubliehrd Weekly and entered a. see- KNIGHT
all the members were not present We am for Compensation! and Medical : Reed s-u-tt..11 <,fall iJeputy Crywyjr9TV .
. cud rUM mailer at In* 14-(,dire at hope they will be present next meeting Yours sincerely and Surgical Care and Supplies Under -

ill Starke. Florida. I on the first Thursday in July. E. W. HAVES the War Risk Act" and officially f'nA

' &.-=.=-'" --== We met under the shade trees and ADJOURNED I listed at "LD-30," is announced by
. f. H. MATTHEWS. Editor and Ownrr.i hud a lesson. on measuring and draw ( .\ UNTIL Director F. G. Cholmeleyjones of ! By ALVAH JORDAN GARTH J

I.. 1' ing threads for a bed room set. Ware DECEMIIEK 8th. the Bureau of War Risk Insurance us

going to have an community fairat ready for distribution.The ft..e... ,...**.....*.... < *..*. HOTEL
t' A morgue official in New York has Little Springs, and we are going to The fifty-sixth congress adjourned A.<****++**me**************** JACKSONVILLL'FRt
11 been accused of stealing $20,0(10 from work for tho fair. We likeMiss without a date at 4 p. m. Friday. Unless circular which is addressed to "It !Is pretty hard, to become dependent
I do some and think she Is a some grave emergency arises, former service men and a copy of ca jour sister Eunice after all>te Modl'fl\ ScmemdOlb9dtt1101Af

punished7, teacher.Herlong'fine, You girls are going to making a special session necessary, it which may be obtained from the Bureau these years of struggle and bavlng." I t I ,Sttwn114abd''I'up'! fafen

I be good that dropped the club will not meet again until December' of War Risk. Insurance, sets "Twke courage dear," Mercy Lewis arwctJap.Cwriet loEverythins' ,III

I nimate substance and at such cannot work sorry at the end you of the year for we Gth. There was none of the usual forth the warning that a certificateof comforted her dejected husband. "Eu heart of Ci ity. seNt for BmoklQt H

r'II have! anything stolen from it. are going, to do some good work thisyear. hectic rush. The house ended its injury from the bureau, within one nice Is only! too clad and willing to WlllD KSrIITR 'ROP'R o

'1 work early in the day and enjoyed a I year from the date of discharge or harbor us. Resides there there I.Itodne Is

quiet recess while waiting on the sen resignation, is necessary to preserve ,."

". According the Tavares Herald! its A CLUB MEMBER. ate which remained in continuous ses I eligibility for compensation on the I I "We may just ss veil know the +

,I editor claims to have lout his pocketbook -ATTEN71/N sion. As a result< of the small sized part of anyone who received injury cold, clear truth Mercy" spoke Joshua ;

Lu containing $25. Several brother . !SHIPPERS filibuster there, the senate failed to contracted disease while in the ser Lewis. "Hodney is a broken reed." 1i"'jjo'N'jMI I

i' er editors have expressed sympathy pass the national budget measure rc There was DO bitterness ,ln the

for him In his bereavement We withhold I The care of the Railroad Commissioners -. which the house had expected to reach I vice.To quote the bulletin: "No compensation words, but a sorrowful tinge as though I

,I ., our sympathy until we are cure vs Director General of Railroads the president and repassed after his is payable unless the disability Joshua Lewis were taking the blameof I
J that the linotyper didn't omit a period |I et al., I. C. C. Docket 10892. involving 'I' veto last night or death can be traced to an injury the conviction be expressed. "LetUS ; ; Throw away your old
r ri after the dollar mark and the freight: rates and refrigeration ,
or a disease incurred in the service. face the facts, he adf\ d. "My shoes have them re.I .
\ proof-reader overlooked thrror.. charges on fruits and vegetablesfrom EMBARGO ON FOOD STUFFS "Many: persons, however have re- brother has spoiled Rodney. It was 1 prirrd. Will make
' The statement looks suspicious. Florida, is< assigned for hearingJune WOULD liE SUICIDEA I I reived injuries or contracted disease an unfortunate hour when "e consented them like Far-
in the ; ; new.
28th at 10 o'clock a. m. '
I !In the service and ill effects thereofdo to have Robert pructlciilly! eel
United States court room Tampa before post one way. We
note of not appear until sometime after adopt Rodney as his heir. !Robert was
A congressional committee is going Examiner Wagner.I warning against the proposed buy old shoes
I to investigate escape from the toils desire information from as many : embargo, on the exportation of their discharge or resignation. If then a rich man and his one Idea win I

' of the law of a certain rich slacker. shippers in the state as will cooperate I I foodstuffs is sounded in the currentissue the disability resulting from injuryor to make Rodney a bookworm and student : : Electric Shoe Shop
disease contracted in the service like himself. Now that Robert
of the Manufacturers Record
This in rather too trivial a matter for with us< in this lease on the following -
Attention does not not before after has lost cent he had and. worstof F. C. HOLLINCSWORTH ,
the congress to squander time on. It subjects: IB directed to the fact, ocur one year every Prop

is similar investigations, always fruit- Actual time your shipments are in shish should be apparent to all men, discharge or resignation you maybe all, has Involved our own little fortune ..'. .111111111111 +++M +..H FH
J lens which retard urgent matters incongress. transit. I that "the moment the price of farm unable to obtain compensation" for In the general crafch It simply
products is driven down the farmeri the law provides that when such disability means that Rodney has to face life
Hut different -
perhaps many congressmen Your carload loadings of your ,
hail with delight any pretext tot (commodities except oranges i i I will steadily decrease his cultivated or death occurs as shown by probably without one practical Idea to FARMER BROWN

,' delay certain matters that should be Under refrigeration.In !}|! acreage and hasten the day when a the medical evidence after one year his mind."I .

l rushed. dealing with the first subject, do ',, food famine, greater than the public I after your discharge, a certificate of fear he will have a difficult time

not in..ludeany- cars that are delayed has any conception of, will\ be upon injurY must have been obtained from of it earning his own living! let alonehelping
us." Our able exchange gives its rea. the Director of the Bureau within us In our poverty and home-
Editor Rogers: of the New York by t reconeignment or diversion orders. sons for this dire prediction: the year from the date of your discharge lessness"Two
conventionof The information should be made as
Globe speaking before a "In Washington some people have In order that the governmentmay weeks later husband and wife
that is to
specific as possible say
advised ;
publishers, country publishers -
their for the car number the date of shipment been suggesting that in order to reduce pay you, or your dependents" bad broken up their little home and
urge congressmen the railroad originating !I the cost of foodstuffs an embar "If you were injured or contracted were domesticated and welcomed( at
legislation "to keep the big papers be placed of disease while in the service', of Mrs
on exportation grain even that of the spinster slstei\
2' delivered
the and date
in shipment 111'0
where they belong, in sjze and I
(: meats. Do these people not realize though the injury or disease was ofa Lewis Dorothy Walton shortly after-
to consignee.In .
circulation. He! stated that while 12.-
that the moment the price of farm minor character, be sure to apply wards
000 country papers used up 82,000 the second matter you should I products is driven down below the for a certificate of injury before one Rodney Lewis appeared' upon the

I pounds of newsprint paper each, on give me the commodity the date loaded cost of production the farmer will year after the date of your dischargeor scene. He was a quiet, rather delicate
if the average, in a year, ale large Sun- number of packages in the car. I .
steadily decrease his cultivated acreage resignation in order to protectyourself appearing young fellow showing '.
day in the city uses 40,000 in I am anxious that information
paper and hasten the when and dependents' Act led.
day a food your signs of the retired life he had
one issue. you are able to furnish me in this case i famine greater than the public has now There was a family council. Rodney
be In hands on or before June 18th !
my [any conception of, will be upon us ? "Do not fail to pet this certificateif listened attentively and thoughtfully
Congress has adjourned for the Please advise if you desire to appearas "It is absolutely] certain that this ..
: I you sustained injury or disease in to what his father' had to nay.
summer. Its last few days were not a witness also. I year's food products will be very the service which even though it may "Father-mother," spoke Rodney, l 7

altogether tranquil. The anathemas Yours very truly, short. The winter wheat crop is 33 not bothpT you now, may become aerprnvated "there In only one thing for me to do: I

hurled at the worthy solons by the DOZIER A. DEVANE Counsel. !per cent short of last year's yield, hereafter. Apply to the go out Into the world and earn the Who Said HardI

press hud no more effect on them thana and the rye crop shows by present nearest District Supervisor of the money to re-establish you In a homeof '
shower of rain has on ducks, but -- - indications, about the same decline. :] <
Public Health Service, or write to the your own. I shall shirk no hardship
when their hall was invaded by a lot POLITICAL CARDS ( Other crops will be short, for the labor Chief Medical Advisor Bureau of or duty that can make the path ware StoreD

of Irish women, who chided them for is not available for the cultivation ,i War Risk Insurance Washington smoother for you two." ;,

not boosting the Irish republic the To the Democratic Voters of Bradford of as much land as was formerly I). C. giving your full name, serial Where' to begin& there was the question

knocking-oiT: time could not come too County: given to food, products number, and organization and rank that most troubled Rodney Le"III. \ 1

j noon, to suit them. Such epithets as I take this method of thanking : "We have ignored the farmer's ]/ at the time of discharge or rellil'natlon. He knew so little about anything but :
those who BO loyally stuck to me; to
"thaves of
"cowards "traitors "
needs. We
have .
yielded to the demands books that he expected a severe! apprenticeship -
those who voted against. me 1 hold no
v' wur-ruld" "dir-rthy omadhauns, etc. of industrial workers for an I Ieillhthour : The Compensation and Insurance before, he found a real
ill will. I only hope that the same ,
were fired at them from short range: day and given them steadily :
I progressive work that I have been Claims Division of the Bureau' has working level. lie.nt bark to the .
and it wasn't so pleasant advancing wages and we have told I approved 147,081 claims] for city and looked around for employ
able to start in Bradford county will compencation
be completed. the farm laborer that by quitting his I 1 on account of disability through meat It, or the prospect of It, materialized
A man may have a face expressive E. U. POPPELL. i job and coming to the city he',can cut service, and now is making payment within a week An acquaintance .
f of BO much (cruelty baseness, and deceit ''his hours of labor in half and at least 'I thereon each month to the extent of an old bookseller, advised Rodney

till his own mother would! disown To the Citizens of I5rmlf wd, C unl)'. double the amount of wages !'C'ceiVed'j $4.488,058,81! of a Mr Alexander Hume, residing EW

him or he may be ugly enough to Florida: I I. "Hoes anybody suppose -.----, at a town called Wadhams, who .
cause a wooden rocking horse to run of farm laborer under these circumstances was In need of some one able to go
I desire thank the
to citizenry Returns
just received from the first
away after a glance at him; but ifsuc'u is going to stay on the farm over an extensive library he hud purchased
Bradford county for the great majority shipment of to leave Hastings .
men are shunned by all the world "Can anyone imagine that the farimer potatoes recently and classify and arrange 1I 1s,1 j jI
given me Tuesday at the polls a shipment of eight barrels 1111-
boy will continue to work with It. Rodney wrote to the gentleman
moving and for the honor they have conferredupon the drudgery; of farm life from day. ed to Jersey City by R. A. Weber seta In question to receive a reply asking .

light; the actor who does not need to me. To my friends who workedso light to dark when by leaving the new record for prices. These potatoes Came Wodhami. I
hard for me during the campaignI were caught; in the embargo ;
farm he twice
can get much
"make up" to resemble a villain 1ll1dthc.y pay The distance was about a hundred
owe a debt of, gratitude that I willnever from the railroad strike and
i half the hours of
f have room at the top for the ugliest work and thenhave miles und Rodney decided to make a
man bom. Such men's faces aretheir be able to repay I all the allurements of city ]life, succeeded in getting no further than Jaunt of It. On root he started out

fortunes if they have any ability lte"l''ctrully.EVERETT 'which appeal so mightily to. the Washington where they were finally provided with a suit case lightlytilled
M. JOHNS. young? sold by the express company. Theentire T
for acting, and vastly enjoying tile variety
I receipts for the shipment
"And then when one talks about
and novelty of hit
MHH B To the' of Bradford County I trip. It was four
: amounted
Ian embargo to ?216, practically $27 a
on shipments of foodstuffs
From llritiHh India comes the news By your bright and fair ballot you he barrel. days Inter when he awoke In the loft
does realize that the
that 305,000,000( bushels of wheat will\ have nominated me to be your superintendent will have farmer of an old dismantled barn to evade a

be produced there this year. This and I want to thank you one somethinR to say :on that NOTICE OFAPPLICATION. FOR TAX DEEr furious storm When he awoke from T
subject and will demand his
will be l.'IO: per cent over last year's and all for this splendid! vote and assure that rights so UNI'tRIFCTION: ITU OF TOE a sound sleep he ')I'llrd'alc'I'R below, I
no embargo shall he
yield. Frum Argentina we hear that you that you' will always find me placed on his .ENKICAL STATUTES and peering down he nnide out two
product unless an embargo also be Notice im hereby II'I"en that P. J, Pea.e.pu.h. ,
the prospective yield of corn this yearis working,; for your interest und the up.building placer on cotton and iron and steel ..... if tax certificate No. 2(7. dated rough looking) men' standing near to I
estimated at 115.4 per cent of the! ,; of the schools of this country lumber thr 4th day of Jul". A. D. 1BBB hal filed. an automobile moving van. They, too.
and and everything that we Raid certificate In office. and haa It had
A my seemed sought shelter and
bushels were |
1 1919 crop, or 2ri8mi2,000\) This Respectfully are now exporting What is fur tax deed to Issue In accord-
lIau..eror '
means that if our own cereals crops H. II. WIGGINS. .nre with law S.ld eertitlcite embrace the now discussing their further plans I
I I the goose will be equally all good iilliiwitiK dmcribed property situated in Bradford "We want to get to the city .before. the ] u
turn out short we need not KO hungry ), :' sauce for the gander County, Florida to-.I(, absence C.
us there will be surpluses! in other To'tliu people of Bradford County I I "lIe who talks about Hnuthwmt u.rte. of North.....! Qua""' .. of the girl Is discovered. one I
an embargoon Section 2, Tp. K. S2.. of the duo
countries. Hut account of these 8. 40 acre. was snylng. "My idea Is to i
as on : Through the courtesy of the Telegraph the shipment of farm products in The laid land "inM aumrd. at the date of the land her by '
surpluses, the United States will not wish i.iuanc.. ot such some country road and
n I to express to you my order to reduce the cost of foodstuffs certificate In the name of '
.. make final !
r" ('h. KiilH-rt & Co. I'nlvat our dush.
be much saId certificate
called on to export grain, ,
sincere appreciation and feeling for the American '
is hall Li
people only arguing redeemed accordlnii to law,
tax deed
"Tes. the main thlnir .ID
perhaps our own will be nufflcient tn get ridof
crops for the support given me for the office in favor of a famine of food --- -
for our needs. of County Judge, I feel that it which and our plunder Into safe j
wouldltal'p.r; the nation. Letus "
hands i i"We'll !I
responded the
Is' endorsement, of service other man
an my ; face the facts squarely and hon.estly
DISTRICT FAIR (IIlGANI'LA3'IONt an a teacher and us a citizen among go down to the crosxroads on JI
foot and get an Idea of locution nnd ,
'you. I especially thank those who "For many years, due to the trend : route. The machine, i'I
Cheering: and encouraging news have worked in behalf of the and the girl are
my population from the farm to i J
come from Graham to Bradford county Sincerely ( the city there has been in evidence a Women all safe In this lonely spot. and the j

4 furmriH. A short time ago the citizens R. A. GREENE. [decline in the per capita production speaker saw to It that a hasp andcatch :' O
of that section securing the rear door of the I
came togetherand
[of food
and the end is not yet in Here U a message to closely
formed a "community fair association lain very grateful to the people", of lIil'ht.'e are facing; a very dangerous utfeitng women from shutIn'ftn were In place. I
J of commissioners district No. Bradford county for the support given food situation, and the best brainsof M.... W. T. Price of They left forthwith and Rodney descended ':
f," formulated a constitution and me at the recent primary and I the nation should be concentratedupon i. I Public. R,.. "I suf from the loft to make an '

elected! officers. The object is to holdan shall do my utmost officially for my the development of agriculture lUll fered with painful...", aetJundlnadillco't'r). Opening the N
l iirii she writes. "I got down door of the ran and
annual fair in the district to show peoplu. that it may be made within
as prosperous as with a weakness In
Mlmt be in the the my Rodney found It to he stored with
produced KNIGHT.
can D. E.
merchandising and back
manufacturing in and limbo. ..! books,
kitchen and the sewing room. Theo +the city so that the farm laborer may felt helpless and discouraged. \ pnlntlng and'art rarities and :
best exhibits! will later be taken to the I thank the voters of the county for ret as high wages us the city ]laborer, . .I bad about j blankets)'InaI.uund and gagged upon some '' E

county fair; and after that perhaps to again honoring me with their approval. relative to the cost of living, or otherwise given up hope of ever was a lovely young girl. I
'; the state fair. Our county agent and! I !. As in the past I shall in the future we soon will rcmh a point when being well again, when She was the daughter of the man

our county demonstrator had! much to look: to their interest to the lim we shall have to search the world for a friend laslBted, I who had engaged Rodney as his liter '

t do with bringing; the fair idea aboutan.t it of my power (food to add to our own scanty produc TakeCARDUI ary helper. The house had been (looted ;

9 deserve thanks. W. J. EPPERSON. tion. And yet ye have a soil which by the men owning the van, and In'' S'

This ia a step in the right direction. in extent and fertility ought to be order that the alarm might not he ,

4 Striving; to produce something; worth I wish to thank the voters of Com able to feed five times our present given they carried' Alma Hume the i

while will\ breed contentment with missioner's District No. 2 for the :population, but it will not feed our only one In the house at the time, i I

farm life and stimulate the workers / vote given me in Lake Butler pre- j existing population unless the country away with them.It I

, to greater effort. This optimistic I cinct on June 8th, and also I wish to soon comes to a realization of the was a fortunate thing that Rodney 'Says r

pint in in glaring contrast with the thank those that voted for me in whole situation and ceases to fight JII understood! how to operate an

I dissatisfucton with their calling\ evinced Worthington Springs. I will give you | profitable price for the farmer, and, automobile. At once he released the

i by so many farmers and which all the same attention that I will Lake on the contrary does all in its powerto The Woman's TonicI In distressed girl and started the van

''y causes some of them to sell out and Butler precinct With thanks to all. make farming profitable, to ]lessen s direction opposite to that In My business will never

t 1, move away. The latter class should C. A. ROBERTS. the burden of farm life, to add to the began Cartful. In which Hume the two men had gone. Alma grow unless Iet the
remember that wherever we go and i comforts of the farm and in that lIU a short while I taw a told him enough to guide his ,

. whatever wo do there Is always something I wish to thank my many friends help to turn the tide back from way the I marked crew stronger difference, .. course The to Wadhams. confidence of the peapie

; that does not suit us, also that who stood by me so loyally and worked I city to the country. In that is our on. along, and It cured right me. the rescue of the young heiress,

r a good ninny adverse conditions would :! for me during the recent contest.I ly safety" 1 am stouter than I book recovery In of some of the rarest showing them that

I not exist did we not permit them to wish I could grasp your hand and Thoughtful people must concur in have been in :years." the world, the efficient liter

, exist. Fighting profiteering; by those tell you how I appreciate what you the views of the :Manufacturer's Recj j| If :you suffer you can ary services of Rodney brought envprernp I wish to conduct my

!y they! buy from and sell to can only ( did for me, but inasmuch as I cannot ord. There must be no embargo: i appreciate what It j satisfaction to Alexander business Lib

be done through; co-operation and it I do this will say that I will do my best farm products. There wust be no 0111 moons well. Thousands to be strong and full Hume of Into an environment that WM on, quality

f Is aa necessary to fight the profiteers ,, to discharge the duties of the omce\ in fort to force down the price of ef'j ave Cardul of women the work congeniality; and plen.nnt erality attention one

as to fight the weed In the fields. It such a manner that you will ever feel ':stuffs, but efforts must be ,made credit fcr there: rood of hU Rodney' drifted. The confidence ,

'is safe to say that the newly formed proud of the fact that you did your help. the farmer solve his present I health. It should help the love employer of waa, a cherished gift price to all. Insuringthe

society mentioned will have this in bit In helping to elect me as your next j' problems and to add to his prosperity you. Try CarduL At all blessing AlmaHome the crowning '

view as well ns preparing object for I Tax I Collector. I'1 IAbove all things it is important that I drugglKs. E-7S took the publication hi. life. Mr. Hume nnder : same hospitality and

exhibition. We hope soon to see evj I j I To those of you who did not JI lp. we eat ami some of us will not eat if bl' had written of several books value all. Tomorrow
" 4'1')' 'district in the county thus organ port me, I wish to say I hold no ill the number of cultivated areas is con Jt broken' re,.d" hart anti within year "the Today
iced feelings toward Your business t restored his fattier :
you. tinually decreased-Tampa Times. and mother to comfort and happlne.a and all times.Svi44P .



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ed in Starke as a member of Mr*. SLIGHT WRECK FOR SALE-One: light truck almost :t

YaU-s'<< wedding party. new. a bargain at 1760.00 Quigley, J
Early Tuesday morning a box car Overland Co. 64tf.
(Bits of LocalInformation 1 GAIETY THEATRE Chickens are worth 40e a J>(Iund. in a northbound freight train left the

STARKE FLORIDA 50 per cent die with sorehead Scott's track just north of the water tank, FOR SALE-One 6-passetirer ('ar.
Sure Cure Remedy will save them.Guaranteed. and toppled <>\'er. the lumber with runs like new, price J57&.OO) Quigley -
Scott Drug Co. which it was loaded bursting throughthe Overland Co 6-4-tf i
+ roof. The trucks were left on the
TODAY (Frida) ) Th parkway along thl paved I track and the track considerably I -RENT-To-: :
cottages, one on
htI Omr a..."' ..... .+0.w ,. street are being thoroughly: ('ulti\at.1 gouged up but a gang of ml'n. in Walnut street and
?.... Ie eta. c._.. 7_ He was the n.uchti..t. boy in the I ed by hogs These industrious charge] of Albeit Dubose, of the roa.l.I1lalltl'I" one on Madison.
choir, but she didn't care! She. | also cultivate yards and gardenswhere : ', office cleared the wreckaway J. W. Morgan 521tf. '")

loved him! Even. after. they can Rain admittance. They and put in new ties before the -
- u __ _. I FOR SALE::-Four hundred dollar
I apparently know nothing of the anti- next train was due, and no delay was t
Col. A. V. Long of Palatka spent I'loge: for Women. "The Stolen Kiss"She I hog: I ulinance supposed' to exist for"Mary cxpeiifticed.' 1I111'I.It'Y piano good as new. Will t
Tuesday in Starke i 18tal'kl' ,. -------+-i i --_ sell)) for $2f>0 or (lade for an organ. f t \
G. W. Lewis, SUrke Fla. lt- |.j
Paul E. Canova returned home last loved him_.waited. for him SASSER-NOinON: :
Prof. F. G. Schell, of Lake Butler week after extended business trip I ....... An d I ," the eccentric young la.I.1 :- a .
was in town Monday. an many long weary whose address is Starke, box A-10o, .I Mr. l Dan Sasser, ;of Starke, and Mrs. FOR SALE' -l.tKIO potato hampers tfl'
through Georgia and points in Florida. .
when they met again-- also tomato crates and H
C. L. wrapping
I and who seems to be hard to suit in I Norton were quietly marred at v'
Boy's Palm' Beach Pants at 0/ count you're com ngt Everybody ,the mutter of a future husband continues the bride's. residence, Theressa, on'' paper and crate nails D. W. Moore, .

Sternberg's. ill Bui Jon'I forget to leant yon I to get responses to her adv in Thursday, June 3rd Col. A. S. Crews, Thl.'l't'&l. Fla. G-ll-tf.
Lieut. and Mrs. H. C. Richard went 'the The latest is from of Starke !
heart al home/or ,./rlc< Bryan has free delivery every Saturday to Gainesville yesterday to attend the liar you ""II.... It Irmnlitilt I young man in San Antonio. Texas ceicmony. They then left for WANTED-Chicken* and produce.
marriage of her son, Mr. F B. Yane, which shows that the Telegraph is Starke, wlicitthey will make their Let me know what you have to offer ,
to Miss Antoinette Richardson !j read t'\'I'r'wht'rl' future home. Cash paid. L. A. Bennett, RouteA ,,.

... Mrs. Alice Langford spent Sundayin I Constance Binneyl Mr. Sasser hold a responsible position -' Lakelmul Fla. B-21.41*
Starke with relatives. Miss Eva William., of Hampton at. Miss Freda Knight, who has lecent- with 1'owcll & Powell, having

tended the high school play Monday I ly graduated from, the Woman's College been in charge of their turpentine CROSS TIE CUTTERS-..Write for tj

John P. Coffin, of Johnstown had evening and while here was a guestof I the Star of Erstwhile Susan Tallahassee accompanied by her still for many years. lie is a man prices and ship your tie. of all ')
business in Staike Monday Mr. W. E. Middleton. mother and grandmother and college much respected for his probity, industry grade to Jress Manufacturing Co., \.
I great Photoplay. \ friend Miss Cussie; Wynn, spent Saturday and intelligence. Ills bride is Jacksonville, Florida. 8-5-20-ljT* t
Every day is bargain day at Sealpax Union Suits for Men and Sunday the guests of Col. highly esteemed 1 by all who know her

Stump's. $2.00, at Stump's. TOMOKRQW-SATrRHAY and Mrs. I> .E. Knight They were for tier many good: qualities. The many LOST-Automobile tire and rim with
I fiiroute to their home nt ]Dupont Miss\ friends of Mr. and Mrs. Saiisvr wish< Gates half sole, between Gainesville

Epworth League meets at 7:15 Sun- Miss Kate Caplinger, who has Lightning Bryce Knight will leave in a few days for them all happiness. and Starke Thursday afternoon ;
day night. Everybody invited. taught the past term in the B. H. S., i' Cincinnati, Ohio, where she will spend '- Notify J. II. Fowler, Gainesville
left Saturday for Madison Ind., where the summer. I ABLE Ml'SlCAI' IIIKKCTOK) OP It. Fla., reward it*
Miss Marion Clyatt, of Otter Creek the will visit relatives.If I and Western feature, also II. S.

is visiting Miss Eunice Perkins. I Fatty Arbuckle In Fatty e Come and see our new line of I FARM WANTED Wanted to hear
you want to buy a tub cf lard, see the Mermaid. Striped and Figured \'oilt'sliJht The splendid music al the llrudford from owner of farm or good luTTd h

New" Wash Waists, reduced I Bryan. \ and dark colors SOc to $1 yard. High School commencement lent additional for.Sxle. Send price and description.

prices. Morgan's. G-ll-tf. TUESDAY Stump's. lustre to the cxcrciscs. All Fall delivery U Jones, hex 551,
Miss Margaret lIamrick, of Douglas of the numbers rendered were under Olney. III. It.
W. M. Wainwright and Harold C. Ga., arrived last week to spend Chaudoin Geiger stopped over in the management of the competent
Wall spent Sunday in Jacksonville. the summer with her mother, Mrs. Staike Wednesday on his way from teacher of music of the 1'1' s'hool Mrs. rOU SALIC:-New bungalow On ac-

Sarah L. Hamrick. on furlough. Drew makes a tine- Jasper, his home, to Gainesville wherehe A. K. Wall. Seldom does a town the count of poor health the Fling home AMA
Bryan has free delivery every Saturday ., looking a tailor and his friend. is a student at the Florida State size of Stake boast of a director' of on Lafayette street, Ktarkc, is for

Georgette Crepes and Crepe de are triad to meet him again.HO"M many. University. Mr, Geiger wall a member music who has hail such thorough sale For terms Inquire of A. C.
Chnes. new stock, only $2.25 yd. of the marine corps during the training-among other places in Chicago Fling l-ll-2t e

I Chas. T. Beasley a student at Em- I Popular colors Morgan's 6-11-tf. war and took part in the battle at Tent' Haute, Ind., and ))I'UJ'yC..IlI''l' -
ory College, Ga., is home on a vaca I Work Shirts 75c, atSlump's. Chateau Thierry, where he lost a 1 legfrom Mo.,--both in vocal and In; I'OK SALE-CO-acre farm on Starke-
tion. Millinery has been greatly reduced -: a shell explosion lie was officially strumental music. Her pupils of the I r\ Butler road and growing
I Ii in price at Sternberg's.! reported killed in action by the piano and! the vocal pupils who assisted crop; horse, wagon, buggy and
Mrs. B. R. Neal is visiting at the I I Miss Ruth Diggs (returned home war department and was mourned for in the (choruses' reflected t'i ib l <' \ Iminess. ; farming implement;
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home of her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. Miss Florence Matthew returned) Sunday night from Montgomery Ala., dead for weeks until a letter from abase it on the entire faculty and the giadunting tn) bend of 1'1I1t1l'j; 12 head of hogs.
C. Wills. home Friday from Tallahassee, where where, she has' been visiting friends. hospital' reached his relatives class of 1020. I I Trice $2800. Chas Nilcs.. Route 2,

she has been a student at the State fMlsBThggs: has just graduated from notifying them that he was recovering Throughout the year there has been i I Hox 23: Slarke, I'la. (1-4-41.
Ladies, if you want a skirt College for Women. Wetleyan Female College and has : from his wounds. The young man nn evident awakening in musical lines

( that fits try Sternberg's.Rev. com'e to spend the summer with her I. has ninny friend here who were gladto because of the influence wielded by'I FOR SALE' -Registered pigs; four
Work Shirts. $1.25 at Stump's parents, Kev. and Mrs. J. C. Diggs meet him. Mis. Wall, and as long us she is the I Poland China boars 4 runs old; five
J. C. Diggs will leave Mondayfor 1Shoes I musical directress of the school this I Duroe Jersey sows and five boars

a three weeks' visit with relativesin I Mrs: M, E. Edwards and daughter, at special prices for CARD TUTU/ KNTEIITAINKI: HY Influence will not abate, 4 to f1 I mss old; prices reasonable;

" Missouri. :Miss Mabel of Gainesville, have returned Men, Women and Children at CAPT. AM)) MRS. JONES: - ---- inspection invited. College of Agriculture
, I home after a visit with Mrs. I Stump's.Mr. CLASSIFIED AIIVEIrrlslNrFOR : A. W. Leland 1 Farm Superintendent

, W. A Colley whose work as assistant -' Edwards' daughter, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- I I in perfectin I II I fiainesvillu Fla. :!.(I-tf
Charming' appointment' ,
roadmaster is at Mulberry, is kins. i and Mrs S. W. Hiatt and detail und thoroughly informal and SALE-At once for cash. Good
home for a few days' vacation. daughter, Lucile, of Gainesville, visited I the card party given : buggy and harness. II, M. Snyder FOR FAi,; .-My KO-acre farm 4 miles I
y Don't wait till your chickens have it with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. TraxlerTuesday enjoyable Friday evening was by Mr. and Mrs. HeWitt . B-28-tf i from Stiiike on JUiiike and Ruiford

. Overalls, $2.35: at Stump's.Miss -start now. Scott's Sorehead Rem and Wednesday of this week. C Jones' ot their pretty home, -------. I public road; f>0 acres of open land;
edy is guaranteed. Mr. limit is publicity and field agent noted for its hospitality. I'Olt SALE-1,001)) potato hampers; 1 home, 1 mule, farming! implements

Marie Dyal, of Jacksonville, for the Southeastern Peanut Associa Several progicssions of cards were also tomato crates mid wrapping I growing crop, one set of
spent the week with her aunt, Mrs.O. Miss Kathleen Alvarez a studentat tion of Atlanta, Ga. Indulged in, which resulted in !Mrs. paper. II. W. Moore, Theressn Fla. I buildings, Including burn und l other
J. Grimm the State College for Women, Tallahassee W. C. 1'owell)] receiving first price for A-ll-lt. "I outbuildings. All for $3,000: () and
arrived home to Clifford C. Tatum of Tampa, is I
I Thursday oriental and Mr. --- I if sold before July 1st a discount" i
ladies vase
J. C. Poppell and daughter, Ruth spend the holidays with her parents spending: the week with his parents the W. C Powell nn)) first prize for; the gentlemen FOR SALE-A new seven drawer I'I of 5 per cent will be given. J. E.
of Plant City visited relatives here Mr. and Mrs. J, M" Alvarez. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tatum. For several a white ivory traveling comb Snger' Sewing machine S. L Alvarez Norman ]Route 1, Staike Fla. '

this week. I months past Mr. Tatum has beenin and Mrs. N. Sternberg and Starke, Fla. 5-14-tf. f.-11-tf.;
Jay Alderman spent Tuesday in the employ of Knight & Wall, a case.
Wilson, received the consolation -
Classy styles in Bathing Suits Starke with his wife, and while here leading Tampa firm. Mr. J. E.
trophies. -
attended the graduating exercises of I
$2.5UJo $8. Morgan's. fj.lI-tf. Towards the close of the eveningthe
the B .11. S. Miss Herlong county demonstration -
I hostess served tin re-
.\ Miss Carrie Holley, who has been ( agent, announces that next Tuesday : chicken sandwiches, ice GENERAL INSURANCE
teaching in the B. II. S., left last Mr. and Mrs. Uamilton F. Roe, of will be "pickle day" at the community I I frehhments

week for her home in Ocala. Sanford, have bought a farm at Cit. kitchen. Those wishing the tea and members\ and guests HAROLD C. WALL .
Ya and will]] move there in the near directions for pickle making can get I I The card
occasion Mr.
Little Miss Frances Colley had as future and. make their home. them by calling at Miss ITerlong'soffice ('njoylnthlll/
!Mrs. W.
Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. and STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
guests this week her cousin Ruby Pupate at the court house Saturday. I II. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Ad. ,
and Louise Boyd, of Bronson.G. Sealpax Union Suits for Women -
Me Lane
$1.25; at Stump's.Mrs. The most beautiful line of flowered ,
Mr and Mrs. :Sinclair; L. Peek, Mr.
W. Baisden of Jacksonville came Georgette: Crepe, only $375l Mr and n
to Starke Monday to visit relatives L, A. Yates and little sons, a yard at Slump's.Kev. I and Mrs. Wm. C. Powell,
and I !\II' W. -
Wednesday Mrs. J. M. Mitchell)), Mr. '' .
Stevie and Albert Freeman left
to in the
and vote
I H. Harvard, r. and Mrs. J. 1.: Wilson
for their home in Tallahassee, I and Mrs. George F. Scott and
I Mr. and Mrs. C. K:, Abeam, Mrs.George '
'1'>1" "
after weeks' visit with Mrs. A. '
seven Lois of St.
Bryan is selling Fruit Jars cheap. daughter Petersburg. Mrs.
Marks of New Smyrna ;
II. Freeman.No I ;
See him before buying. spent Thursday and Friday with rel .
Charles Chalker, of Rockford, III.
atives. Friday afternoon they left .
Mrs. E. K. Perryman left Saturdayfor use to halve roaches, ants and for, Clayton Ga., where Mr. Scott will I'UIIMC NO'I'Il'EThis ;
New York where she will spend flies if you don't wont them. Bryan be associated with the Laurel Falls

the summer with her husband. will sell you the goods to kill 'em. summer camp for girls. I will notify all persons concerned I1I ,

Mrs. L. I!\uilee und granddaughter : that I will not be responsible A
Newton Strickland, of Sanford hen
Ladies Trimmed Hats $1.98 ,
wife t
fur debts contracted by my Mary
Elizabeth: ih'ownlec, left for been spending several months with I
at i
: I'alatka Wednesday to be present at his brother-in-law and sistei, Mr. and : Norman, as she has left my home : k y xN

Vaines, a solid and popular I the graduation of Miss Ella !May Long I Mrs. Hamilton F. Roe, and will leave I It. W. II. NORMAN
citizen of Johnstown, had business before :from the Palatka High School. 1 soon for a vacation North to spend'
the Fourth his -----
the school board Monday with friend
I Powell & Powell) have sent away I Worry Takes Off

Dra"n Colley, of Jacksonville, two carloads of rosin. Last week they Arch Deacon Holt of Atlantic reach flesh Faster Than
came down Tuesday to attend the sent off one car, the entire contents of I preached Sunday at the Episcopal
graduating exercises of the B. II. S. I which was "water white" rosin, the church. He U a veteran of the War I Nature Can Put

highest grade on the market. I between, the States, having served on It On

Georgette Waists have been Hubert K. Lee's staff During the
reduced in price at Sternberg's.W. Men's Suits going at special; summer this noted divine will preach ---
prices at Stump s. once a month at St. Mark's Episcopal
The lived of moat women arc
L. Thomas of Oak, spent Sun- church \
On account of the heavy rain last full of worry. Men's troubles are
day with relatives in this section.
many friends were glad to greet him. Monday the W. C. T. U. meeting was Maurice Langford, who has been the bad enough, but women's. arc

postponed until next Monday the 14that guest of his nunt, Mrs. I). E. Knight, wore. Worry makes women nick. fl 5 1CCxt: vn .
Bryan pays cash for eggs and chick 4 o'clock at the !Methodist church. for the past few weeks left for It pulls thrill down, and in their / "

ens. Mrs. C. E. Pope J leader. Gainesville Saturday and will enter weakened l condition they are quill ,ws s.rew.Iwl e.5 sWt.

the University of FJorlda on the 12th jest to all the pains, aches, weak- in the old days "goin" fish
Charles Ensey' of Jacksonville, A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. inst. Maurice was In the navy for IICHHPB that arc |peculiar to the Hex.Moht BACK required little preparation
S. Yelvington of Hastings: Wednesday IS months during the war and in that *
came down Tuesday and was warmly women nrglert; their from, a "can o worms" and a .
greeted by his old friends. morning lit the home of Judge time visited several foreign countriesand },health and for thin neft'wt: they days though 1
were great
and Mrs. Ceo. A. Gardiner, the grandparents had many wonderful experiences cane pole.
penalty. Ion woiimn "*
Allan Canova, of Jacksonville came cf the newcomer.J. pay -days which now live only in memory,
her tieighltor! fche finds that Ir.I'iercn's .
down Tuesday afternoon to cast his Have eau ever worn "Kalnton"or Favorite but which are often referred to as 'The

ballot for the candidates of his choice.W. . L. Sands and Mesdames George "W. L. DouglaH" shoes They benefit wouuui'a who Prescription: -...-......- Days of Real Sport."
May and R. T. Crowder of Tampa, have to fo to Jacksonville for a liytitcm. --....

M. Varnes, from the Lake Butler are visitors at the home of Mr. and them. You can find them atSternberg's. All druggists. Fluid or tablet form. However, Ihoea ..,a Vre .not. lm really method tone.TlAia ..
baa nut changed oar < *
section, was a business visitor to Mrs. S. F. Morgan. Mrs May i. a a 14( ; ; ; Nowaday!,they're "Tba D.yaoll<.Sport"
Starke Wednesday.Mr. sister of Mrs. Morgan. COLUMBUS. G4.-"Voctor I'ierce'aFavorite P the day. ol toot altar game I ha" wiUj
We have lately received. two letters Prescription did me a the proper lads, .ada .. U aliowa ....... ,

and Mrs. L. A. Davis entertained Palm Heach Suits for men, on- from subscribers notifying us that world of goal. Comen awed see th..9
the Epworth League Thursday ly a few more left going at $14 money for renewal of their subscriptions I wan sufferings ar..r__.......... South Vend keels and K ait t

evening from 8 to IT. at Sternberg's. was sent with the If'tten. but s inward
--- .- --- they had forgotten to enchse remittances weakness and
$2.00 pair atStump's. Drew Alvarez who is in the navy If you wish to he credited .7 1 It cauHed m e
Work Pants a
and stationed at Norfolk, Va., is home with subscription on our hook, don't to tie extremelynervous. .L I
I4t My
forget to send the money.
back ached and
, J. M. Colley of Hernando was in Catarrh Cannot B e CuredBy ',. I had
WCATIONS. as then Our More I Is full of bargains in
Starke the first of the week visitinghis LOCAL. AJ'
cannot reach the nat of the dl........ l pains In my
brothers W. A. and J. F. Colley. Catarrh l. a lu nl di <*a..<>. rMlv Innu- everything for Men Women and s',:, BideIwiwrent. i
CATARRH,nivd by cnnnntuikonal MEDICINE. lonUluonn.will cure LULL uiarrh. Children. Stump's.Mrs. i ]lew. and could

Miss Josephine Brinson :returned It I* taken Internally and act throughthe not sleep w'II.
Blood tint Mucous 8urfv of th8y.t.rn7 L. A. Yates and little son,
Tallahassee, on
home last week I was greatly in need of help fto
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Stevie, attended the marriage' of Miss .
Col- ...,
student at the Favorite Prescription -
where she was a In composed of tome of the beet tonlcaknown decided to try the @
combined with >on>. of In. b..elblood Verne Monroe of White Springs to ana it wall just excellent!
purlaer.> I The pcrluct combination: Paul I{. Jones, of Bartow, last Friday t
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day rf the inaredlenta In HALL'8 CATARRHMEDICJNK in restoring me to health. It made ',
I.! what produce surd wonderful at h ,.Epimpal church in Lake different n"MRS. Lumber &
OINTMENT me feel liki a per> : Quigley Supply Company :
Dreggiesrefundmoney results In ..l"rrhal conditions.DruKBlut City Rev. fovcll offiijU#mg, Miss
TiiiMor PrwudiuS PI:i VIVIAN COINS, 541 :toih St.
lu-h'na.! Blind fe.
cure TesMmonlata
t to! .. .'. ., ,i. ., J'.... auJ. r eve " F. t, Cheney* The. Co.. Props., Toledo 0. Monroe will be pleasantly remember- ..,I.1'rlP '

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\ H. Newsom spent the week-end 1'j ISw Wot ma in a Healthy ChildAll
,ti Ybor City Man cblldrra troubled with worms have an ua-
healthy color which iodlmua poor blood,and ass
i. I D. and J. B. Thomas attended rulF.tbrre la more or lees aiomacli disturbance.
't'tt. I picnic at Lake Butler Saturday. CKQV'E TASTELESS chill TONIC given r-,ul.rIF
of Starke in Has Gained for two or three wwk will enrich the blood. improve
I Newsom was the diBwtion, and . County News Items burg Friday. enlnl Tonic to the whole ay.'em. Nature will then
t. I and :Mrs. S. L. Prescott were Pounds | tbrowoff or dispel tl,-wo.-m.and tb.("blld w:" hi
I 34 In perfect ....!tb. Plraeauttotaks., BOc ixirUtile..
\' last week.
ly' "y a were held at I'edan church .
i : l.l rstln. Pacts Gathered During!: the Week by Our ( and Sunday by the pastor, SNIPES.VELL- KNOWN II I
t T, A. I
Regular Correspondents. J. -W. Woods.
iJ ,11' and Mr. U. P. Lewis and chil AFTEREFFECTS
of :Mr. and Mrs. J. .
.. were guest
I .... or INFLU.
I 1 I Sunday afternoon. DAVISAgency
URA1H OKI.! visited his aunt, Mrs R. G. Starling, : s Ruth Newsom left Tuesday for EXZA:
of LawU-y, Saturday. where she will\ spend -
Bradford, June 11.-Mrs. Nellie George Strickland and family, J...: I I time with her sister Mrs! B. C. "I have been bcnefitted it even In time- Est. 1886
One, of Plant City, U visiting. at the Ricks and family and Joe .Carter, of 1 : my belief and 1 think of oth
ii home of Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Harrcll. Atlanta, Ga., spent Thursday .enjoy, Thoma< attended the picnic for me to talk for the benefit
Mr. arid Mrs. C. M. Andreu were in ing a fish fry on Kingsley lake. I I Butler Saturday. ers," said T. A. Snipes, 7th avenue INSURANCESTARKE

,, Worthington Friday. Joe Truby of Starke, was visitor and Mrs. John Padgett and and 24th street, Ybor City, Fla., who
Mrs. A. Williams is visiting at the here Friday afternoon. Ethel, of New River, spent called at the Economical Drug Storein
"M home cf Mr. and :Mrs.! O. F. Tomlinson Miss Bee Cady of Jacksonville,,, weekend here with relatives Tampa to relate his remarkable
!%f tt of Lake Butler spent the week-end with homefolks. I aHIGHLAND experience with Tanlac a few daysago.

3f, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Edwards, of Pa- Messrs. Frank Kennedy and Jack .
latka, are visiting relatives here this Kirby, of Jacksonville, Pvt. Carter, of Mr. Snipes states that at the time.
week Atlanta and George Wiley, of Starke, June 11,-After a visit he began taking Tanlac he wag suffering
t. T. B. Edwards and family attended Misses Lena Fullwood, of Tampa, with friends Gilbert II. Barker from the after effects! of influenza -- ,
+ the picnic at Lake Huller Saturday. Blanche Leach, Pearl Carter, Florence Wednesday for Jacksonville to be and had not been able to do KILL THE RATS :
' Wallace Crews is on the nick list Carter attended the party Thursday guest of his sister, Mrs. E. S. Car any work for nearly two years, lie
! this week. night at Kingsley lake. for a few days and then go on was formerly a traveling salesmanand
Mrs. J. V. Edwards waa shopping in Lonzo Strickland of Kingsley lake Beach to spend the summer is well! known throughout the I,
Worthington Friday. was the guest of his brother, Raiford his brother B. L. Barker. I i state. J

1 O. W. Barry was a business visitorto Strickland, Monday and Mrs. John Savage and two ,,, He declares that Tanlac, aside from TODAYBy
Worthington Monday Jack Howe, of Starke passed thru in boys of Stuart, arrived on '''restoring his health, has put him in
' Miss Ruth Ward returned home on here Monday enroute to Kingsley for a visit with her parents, shape to where he has actually gained Using I I'I

Sunday after a few days visit with lake.Noah in and Mrs. E. Wilkinson. ;I: thirty-four pounds in two months STEARNS' PASTE
a' relatives at Odessa. Starling, of Lawtey, was visiting C. Wimberly, Jr., spent Tuesday :|time. Mr. Snipes contemplates going i
Miss Geneva Harrvll and little his cousin, Joe Carter, Sunday. at friends at Lawtey. I II Into business in Ybor City at an early I Inii>m tlnna1x1 rnlnator" l &..Vies
'+ list. --+ : D. Land L. W. Wilkinson and date. Following is his complete 'I Oorktuu'hxa and Walarbmr rruataa '
i Louise Raborn are on the sick L. '; Mare hi three pwta to run from the bull4I. -
i Arthur Edwards. and sister, Miss BROOKEIC motored to Starke Wednes statement regarding Tanlac: ... tnr water Ktid fresh air,dying outukla
: In a few moment Two Nsa..She and SUO>
Georgia were visitors to Lake Butler on a shopping trip. "In October, 1918,1 was taken down beeuoucu. to kill Irotn Kino Yams iw
i Saturday.N. Brooker, June 11. -Rev. Ridenour, M. Wimberly, of Mulberry, ar with influenza, rushed to a hospital, READT FOR USE OROEI FROM DUUI j
G. Hayes was, a ;visitor '> Lake of Gainesville will fill his regular ap Wednesday for a visit with his and for a few days my condition was k
Butler pointment at the Missionary Baptist :' Mr. and ;Mrs, II. C. Wimber- critical. In fact, my chance for recovery When
Saturday. "I Got Real Mad I Gist My
C. II. Newsom was attending to business church next Sunday. seemed be very slim and it Setting Hen," Mrs Hannan. el}
Harris May, of Theressa was in took five months of good nursing to
in Brooker Saturday. : Wilkinson is visiting his: par- ,
town Tuesday electioneering is get in shape to return to home.I "I went into the hen house one 1
Seeber Edwards attended church at Mr and Mrs E. Wilkinson. me my
i Sardis Sunday Rex Thomas, of Cooler Pond, wasa Clara Prescott, of Jacksonville was left with a badly disordered liver morning and found my.favorite setter
Messrs. Clarence Scan and Wesley visitor to town Saturday aftem< >n. several days the guest of her and kidneys rheumatism and weak dead. I got real mad. Went to the I
Williams were visiting in our section Mrs. P. M. Barefoot spent Thurs. Mrs. D. Lang last week. heart action. I was constipated all store, bought some RAT SNAP and
Sunday. day with relatives in Alachua. Grand was greeting old friends the time, very nervous, and could not in a week I got'six dead rats. Everybody

J. V. Edwards was transacting business Mrs. J. D. Baxter spent the week- Saturday. I eat without suffering! from the gas who raises poultry should keep r
in Lake Butler Saturday. end with relatives in Gainesville. Wilkinson returned from Royl forming in my stomach. After mealsI RAT SNAP." Three sizes: 25c, 50c, $1

. C. M. Andreu was a visitor to G. B. Colson motored to Hampton :where; he; has beer working would bloat up as tight as a drum, Sold and guaranteed by D. C. Jones ,
Worthington Sunday. Friday afternoon. weeks. could not rest at nights, and always and Mitchell's Drug Store.-Adv.

Jake Roberts, of Graham, was in J. North, of Green Cove Springs, felt as bad, on getting up mornings :! -
Miss Lucile Harrell! and brother '!
; I'lWDc >t IDfY Jfltf itigs.'h
Luther with their town Wednesday attending to business a business visitor here Wednes as when I went to bed. I|
spent Sunday :
( "After being under treatment for COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Dave
i i lukes of Worthington. E. W. Hayes of Starke was in : I : Rosie Wilkinson went to Jack more than a year and not getting on ., Line
1 Miss, Ruth NcwHom is visiting relatives town on business last week. in Saturday for a visit with rel my feet I was near the point of give a Full of'I.
r in Jacksonville. Ha Belle Crosby was on the sick for a few days i! ing up hope of ever finding anything UnJert },e,. Supplia

i Mrs. A. B. Surrvricy and laughter, list last week. l Ethel Ricks and W. M. Wim .Ito| help me. But I can now say that
II. C. Surrency spent Friday in were visitors to Jacksonville ''there is at least one medicine that' AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
Rosa, were guests: of Mrs T. B. Ed.
wards Alachua. can be depended upon for results. I Always on hand. The best Service

i Joseph Saturday.Williams was a visitor in Mrs. T."11. Shirley spent the weekend Higginbotham, of Maxville, I had not been taking Tanlac but a few | \ at the lowest prices. Special -
r our section Sunday. with her daughter, Mrs. B. Sapp, Sunday here with friends. j, days until my appetite had a new attention to telegraph or-
of New River. I start and indigestion and other J -rs. Registered. Embalmer.
% Messrs Mubry and Malcolm\ Harrell! : I my
were visitors to Worthington Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, of CROSBY LAKE I IH | troubles began to lose their grip. Why

Miss Eva Edwards was shopping in Brooklyn, are spending this week BBBMM 1 I' Tanlac simply beats anything ever DeWITT C. JONES
I Worthington Thursday. here with relatives. by Lake, June Jl.-P. D. W l-I I( heard of. Since I began taking: it 1 STARKE FLA.IilfflO1OOJIOOImnIDQlm11ID1ftDl1ImIDmlllIDlm'.
Mabry and Malcolm Harrell were in Henry Sowell, of Cooler Pond was and James Williams, of Lake about two months ago I have actual. .
Brooker Saturday. In town Thursday afternoon.Mr. are visitors at the home of P. ly gained thirty-four pounds jn. .\ rS
John Dukes, of Alachua, was a visi. F.d II tor here Sunday. town Wednesday. ice cream supper given by H. this wonderful increase in weight forI i

Mr. and Mrs. W M. Harrell! were Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Johns, of New Saturday."I.(' Saturday night was enjoy have been eating like a wolf and You Do More Work, \. '
" shopping in Gainesville Monday River, were visitors to town Sunday all. and picking up rapidly from the timeI You ',
are more ambitious and '
you get more !\
afternoon. ed finished first bottle of Tanlac.
---- -- -- -- meeting was postponed Sun my ] enjoyment out of everything when :i
your (?
PINE lULL J. E. demons was in town Monday night on account of there being I can now eat just anything: at any ,/ blood is In good condition. Impurities in ''i
enroute to Starke.J. at Pine Level church. time without the least trouble from the blood have a very depressing effect on .'
Pine Hill, June 11.-Mrs. F. L. Col. M. Groover spent the week-end : I son Smith of Lawtey was a vis. it. Why I can even eat a hearty supper the system, causing weakness, laziness
son and daughters Iva and Virginia, here.Mrs. to this section last week. and go to bed and sleep like a nervousness and sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Colson and baby E. B. Andreu, Jr., of Alachua. I M. McRae and son, Wesley, at- baby. I used to have frequent headaches GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC ..
were guests of !Mrs. L. Cone Friday. who has been visiting here, returned church at Kersey's Sunday. that almost set me wild, but restores Energy and Vitality by Purifyingand
!Misses Willie Mae and Cantey Oliver home Thursday. I meeting next Sunday night these, like the rest of my troubles, its Enriching the Blood. When you feel
arc visiting their sister !Mrs. Lee Have Green, of Pine Hill, was in home of Samuel Nichols. have disappeared since I began taking how strengthening it brings color invigorating to the checks effect and howit see

Thin-pen, of Pulutka. for a few days. town Saturday. Tanlac. In fact, I have not enjoyed improves the appetite you will then s
!Messrs. J. E. lemons and son, Al- W. N. Nabb) and son, Dogan of ( Quinine That Docs hoi Altect The lice, such good health of felt so well appreciate its true tonic value.
vin, and A. B. Surrency attended the Sampson were in town Sunday after. ... of It. tonic and laio'lve fifed" TATA. I I generally in years as I do now. My GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TOMC
political gathering at Long Bridge on 1 noon. BROMO' QUININE' (ttahMa) .an "be liken friends stop me and look astonished is not a patent medicine, it Is simply
Fridny. Dr. W. H. demons, of Jacksonville, :: Ind d"U't:! \( elgnaiureeno r ; : :: or tot ruiuind 1 3Ui at the wonderful change: that has taken IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup

Lee Green, of Lake Butler, spent was in town Monlay.Maliry place in me. I believe in giving So pleasant even children like it. The
part of the week on his farm in this Harrell was a visitor here a Noted "('t. Gets Rid of Rats'armer everything its due and I want to say blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRONto
section. Saturday.Mr. H.*d right now that I just can't Enrich it. These reliable tonic properties -

I 1). W Pinholster, of St. Petersburg and Mrs. L. Morgan and children 'M. II. Butler says, "I use RAT Tanlac too highly: for what it praise has the blood.never fail to drive out impurities In
was in this section lust week. spent Sunday with relatives at I around my hospitals every 3 done for me." The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S
!Mr and Mrs. Ted! Lewis and sons, aml'soll. I la II. whether I see rats or not. It Tanlac is sold in Starke by F. L. TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made it
Carl and Sidney were guests of Mrs. II. C. Surrcncy spent Sunday with I the work-RAT SNAP gets them Turner; in Raiford by Weaver Drug the favorite tonic in thousands of homes.:
I Cone Sunday. relatives at Lulu. I S. time. I recommend it to every- Co.; in Lake Butler by Tomlinson- More than thirty-five years ago, f.ilka
Mrs. A. B. Surr('ncy and daughter, Inez Abernathy spent Monday in having rata." Don't wait until Maines Drug Co., and in Worthington would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S'
Rosa, attended church at Surdis Saturday Alachua. I is a brood of rats, art immedi by R. T. Taylor.-Adv. TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
G. W. and A. A. Hazrn were in you see the first one. Three member of their family had Malaria or
dv EUBtls Kelly of New River, was a Graham Wednesday. ; 25c, 50c, 1. Sold and guaren- Rub-My-Tism: is needed a body-building strength-giving
a great pain killer tonic. ,The formula
4. visitor. in this section Sunday afternoon Mrs( W. H. (demons of Jacksonville I : by D. C. Jones and :Mitchell's It relievces pain and Is just the same today
and. soreness caused you can get it from any drug
' spent last week with relatives i Store.-Adv. by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains store. 60c per bottle. ,.
Mrs. It. f). iColnon and baby were near here.' a
guests of Mrs. F. L. Colson Sunday Joe Kelly, of the ZifT ,,(section was in -- -- -- --- -
Wall Crews Is very sick at this town Sunday.
writing. II. P. Gainey attended church at
J. E. demons Rnd linn, Alvin, at. New Hope Sunday. MILLION'
tended tho political speaking at Lake! Roy Roberts ,of the Wateroak section RESOURCES OVER HALF A '
Butler Saturday was in town on business Wed
Misses Minnie and Pearl Greene nesday.Mr. .
Havana Cone, Rosa Surrency, Messrs. ( Reynolds, of Graham, passed (' A condensed statement of condition of the Brad-
Charlie Cone, Pave Greene, Chester through our town Friday up '
I' Andreu, Mallie Surrency and Eustis Hazel Warren spent Friday here. ) : ford County Bank at close of business
Kelly were guests of Mrs F, L. Col- !Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children spent M. May 31 1920
son Sunday. the week-end in Stark, the guest of I
Mrs. W. H. Harnn, Rand and Louise relatives and friends. the RESOURCESNotes

Crews, A. B. Surrvncy and son, Mal! G. B. Colxon, has purchased a Chevrolet I , and Bills Discounted '
: lie, were In Brooker Saturday. car.Among. $276,142.63
Mrs. L. M. Gay and Miss l Rosa Sur. the visitors to the county L. School warrants

rency' were guests of friend Sunday. seat Monday were Messrs. J. I). Baxter. I Banking House Furniture 59008.14
Mrs. Alice Oliver is spending this ,, 1 L. A. Brown L. \\'. Sowell. J. J. and Fixtures 19.000.00
w week in Starke. Morgan( 11. I' Gainey, T. B. Pinholster. Other Real Estate owned
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and children -'' I U. S. Bonds and 6769.30
,n were guests of A. E. Surrency I Hubert Rouse motored to New River :\ Muncipal Bonds 16,400.00
a and family Sunday Sunday afternoon.Mrs. War Savings Stamps 1
-.._.- I B. Sapp of New River was in Overdrafts 160.00 i
+ EAST STARKE town Saturday (, secured and unsecured 977.14

I C. W. Colson, of (Pine Hill, was in :' : Cash on hand and in Bank ,
rf East Starke, June 11.-P. M. Riggs town Saturday. (' 122,011.61 n
and daughters, Mrs. May Goolsby and I !Mr. and Mrs. Raborn and child of
i Mrs. Davy Strickland, of Jacksonville, 'Bradford, were in town Saturday 5500,468.82
.r passed through here Monday. morning. the LIABILITIES
George Wiloy, of Starke! was a visitor R. A. Weeks motored to Starke on CniMlal Stork
in this section Sunday. Friday afternoon j j Surplus & und; 'jd'd profit 4TO5U7

Pvt. Jos. F. Carter, of Atlanta, Ga., I). W. I'inholnter, of St. Petersburg ,j[ Cashiers Checks outstanding
was in town last week. His many ]! day llepoiitK 1,744.84 .
Servant Girl Wouldn't Go in Cellar I,
friends were glad to see him. lie was I IM. 8.1:11.73..12
Fearing Net at one time one of Hrooker's progressive --

Mrs. Tepper, Plainfield, N. J., Maya, farmers $500,468.82
"Rats were so bud in our cellar the Willie and Charlie Fowler, of New We 4
pay cent interest
servant girl" wouldn't go there Bought River, were In town Saturday. compounded quarterly, in savings
some RAT SNAP and it cleaned all OUR Barry, of Bradford was in ing We ,appreciate your account whether account.
the rats out." RAT SNAP destroys town Friday. louj-! large or small.

rats and mice. Absolutely prevents E. T. Stewart spent the weekend H* BRADFORD

odors. Comes in cake form, no mixing here.Mrs. ll COUNTY BANK
Cats or dogs won't touch it. :3 Raincy and son, Elzey, spent )j
cicei, 25c, 1 50c, |1. Sold and guaranteed the week-end'with relatives at Boll. | N.T. RITCH ...... W. T. WEEKS
by I). C. Jones<< and Mitchell's Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sowell spent { V.Pr. .r.. H. RITCH, Cashier ll I ,;h
Drug Store-Adv. port of the week at the home of their er

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W by Our Exchanges I You Can Get Goodyear Tires

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South Jacksonville's new city park Julius Coachman' colored, in in the
has boon finished and opened to the county jail at Apalachicola on a murder -I for That Sturdy Smaller Car !

public. charge, and Harry White, colored
was buried Tuesday in the negrocemetery <
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The Tituavllie Star-Advocate is.thefirst the victim of Coarhman's I --- rI'

Florida exchange to be deliveredby bullet in a short sharp shooting scrap .' e II .
Tuesday afternoon at the state convict .
aeroplane.VilnonToomer ,

\ Fertilizer Co. will I I camp Cf all notable / '
build a $75,000 factory building on its The entire pack of the Walton Can- Goodyear's accomplishments 1'/' tin
ning Co. consisting of sweet potatoes 1..rylzl
property on Talleyrand avenue, Jack has,been Bold. The factory will tirc'inaking none exceeds in high relative f

sonville. be ready to put up a great pack this ..' value of product the Goodyear Tires made '
fall and has orders far in advance.
The permits issued in Jacksonville Many farmers in Walton county are in the 30x3-, 30x3V2-, and 31x4-inch sires.
building in May amounted to c\\o
for j5 \\ \ .
$412,180. The permits included business now planting sweet potatoes exten- ij
sively being confident of a certain I
houses and dwellings, i
and excellent markets for the product. i These tires afford to owners of Ford
Little Florence Tariamote of Chu- Terry will begin the biggest anti- I' Chevrolet, Dort, !Maxwell, and other cars ..

luota was drowned in a horse trough.It malarial work ever to bo undertakenin --- II II I Ii
in taking these sires the benefits of
is supposed the" little girl fell the United Stated when thirty-five important
the trough!': while playing in the yard. thousand dollars will bo i '
expended to .J4! Goodyear materials and methods employed
fight malaria from. every angle posse ,,
Ax a result of an nutomobilc/acci- ble. The entire work will be under fi1S > In the world's largest tire production. -; II
dent" Sunday night, Stanley Poole, a the direct supervision of the State # V ,,
winter visitor to Orlando 1 Is dead" He Hoard of Health. The State Board will
was riding a bicycle and run into an furnish two hundred and fifty dollars Your nearest Goodyear Service Station '
automobile on a corner. worth of oil to pour on the waters adjacent
to the city II'' Dealer offers you in these tires a degree of ;

A man working in Plant City and i i performance and satisfaction
having a return ticket reading from Returns just received from the first only possible '

Tampa to a certain Northern point shipment of potatoes to leave Hastings IIIA h as a result of such extraordinary manufacturing
rode all the way to Tampa to get the a shipment of eight barrels bill- Ih
ride back he said he had paid for ed to Jersey" City by It. A. Weber, seta ? > advantages.
record for These
new prices. potatoes I il
Henry Tomlinson a well known were caught in the embargo resulting
farmer of Lakeland was instantly from the railroad strike and no to this Service Station Dealer for these

killed Friday afternoon by a bolt of succeeded! in getting no further than
tires and for
lightning. A mule which he was Washington, where they were finally Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube

leading was killed by the same bolt. sold by the express' company. The f II'I' i.. He has them
entire receipts for the shipment I \

The big timber tract at Pineda" was amounted to $215 practically $27 a : lI

bid in Monday by the SemiTropicalLand barrel. I I"II tilt aI I i
Co., of Jacksonville for 40000. known -I ;
Juan Petriese as "Old Uncle I
McNeil Bros., the" owner" of the landon I
which this timber glands, were the John," died near Indian Rocks Wed j

next highest bidders bidding $39,500.A nesday. He was by far the oldest r'i
man in Pinellas county, and it is
thought probably the oldest in FlorIda

fine of $500 and costs was Im-
The deceased" bore some resemblance -
posed in Pensacola on Will Fagan,
to an Aztec Indian and was as
colored who was charged with violating
uncommunicative as most of the abor
the city ordinance by inducing:
igines. He was born in Vera Cruz, i I
laborers to leave the city and state Mexico over one hundred years ago. I JOx*.1'2 OooJycnr DoiiMe-Cure, $" SO! Gonlv'ir Heavy; Tiuiri TuSvn: lire built to protect caeings.Fabric .
and go to Louisiana turpentine plan His father died when Juan was an infant AIl-tVeathcrTrraJ .,.... *...:1-- Way: e.dmzera, gooJ iwi uitltatlicAp" tuber (.ooJvearI
tations. and the boy inn away from. homeat it'"T'nurist1uhes io Or little\ more ,than tul\\.f
I 'OHfe Oooihenr Sinule-Cure 1 'J
ri11; $45.l
the of twelve. I jft 1 ,,, . .,.._
Potatoes in West Beach drop- age I'brw.. A.ui-bUJ Freud .. r lv -r/t./ JOI :i size in uiutvi pruuf bag 'f

the lowest ebb of the last
ped to year
Fred M. Delavun, Jr., manager of .
week, selling at retail for as low as
the famous Fox news weekly film release M
$1.50 crate It is predicted that
per "
down to animated
came get
some "
will much lower within the 'I" -
they drop I
views of real human-interest y--
:next" few weeks. showing a man struggling in the water :.-.. .-.'. ( ::1

One million feet of lumber exported" with giant alligators, presumably ( -. 00' ny]E- : AR"---
capturing them or subduing them by ; i
in day is a brand
new from record Tampa for that one port, but five Cu- Miami hand to lie take arranged the fiction with for a $man!.r>0 and in, :? )\ : {,
cleared for Cuba Friday
ban schooners when the "stage" was all set and th> .
with O S.fiST font of lumber, prac- -
camera ready for action way out in
tically a million feet. the back country somewhere, the man 1

changed his mind about the price and .
Bettered conditions in foreign trade boosted it six times over the price( i I
are graphically shown by the statement previously agreed! to. Having come
showing that the Atlantic CoastLine .. I ..
1,500 miles for the picture, Mr. 11 lay - -- -- -
shipped i lll.OOB ton of phosphate van did not Cure to go back withoutthe riCOIItlUTION AMKMIMKNT! I T I crnmcnts to enforce prohibition the,days. 1-' '. -

from its Tampa terminals in films. So he stayed and paid the IS IIKLI CONSTITIJTIOVAL, court held "does not ennblo congress Rev: (O. A. Smith, wife und, childrenof ,

May. price, even to mosquito bites in :Miami I or the noveiul states to defeat or Luke Butler, spent Saturday; and 1I

The First Bank of :Moore Haven marshes. lie was so bitten up Washington June 7.The prohibition thwart prohibition but only to enforce -Sunday here lecturing' oil Miblo school 1I
bunk in the Florida Everglades and disfigured that his own father amendment and the enforcementact it dy appropriate meant" and C. W. II. M. work. I ck d
the" only week couldn't recognize him without an in were held constitutional by the The division of the rouit was net Frank Aheinuthy awl Mrs Kemiiu
this by
made history
its president and, troduction.A supreme court today in a unanimous forth in eleven concluiiioiis coveringseven Wynn und Jessiu Jones attended UII'pi'nic I
electing a woman as
decision. Lake Butler .
the half million dollar separate l proceedings. These at Saturday.Rev. ,
by passing telephone" message last night While attorneys for the interests proceedings Included] original suits Jim. Mullady of Hampton,
mark in total assets from :Miami to Palm Beach conveyedthe attacking the two measures wore brought by the state of Rhode Island filled his regular appointment hero 'I It'

moving fast and information that two negro men granted permission, to file motions for directly attacking the constitutionality -Sunday. 1 1'
Irish potatoes are and a Ot'Jlt'f'lvoman were rldllthe rehearmgs the decision was regarded of the amendment Mrs. Autumn Younghlnnd and I
an average of ten cars per days are Pullman coach from Miami to some generally as striking a death blow ----- .*-- daughter, Ruby;, of Waldo were here I,
Friday II\\>
leaving Hastings Northern destination. Later details Is to the hopes of the wets. GRAHAM! Friday on busincs. )
cars a solid train itself, were said that a white woman had secured The court's opinion, rendered by C. II. Roberts. was a business, visitor I,I ..... 1
sent out. The potatoes are running Pullman reservations for herself and Justice Vandcvanter, was sweeping Graham, June 11.-Mr ,and Mrs.Murphy to Sturko Friday I
from sixty-five to eighty ten peck barrels three servants and insisted that they if' held that the amendment not only : Price, of !Smoker' were bus - - ---- Sec the Display!

I per acre. should receive the name accommodations came within the amending power con iness visitors here Wednesday.Math SWAT THK: AGITATOR; AN
accorded her by right of hav- ferred by the federal constitution but and Lnssio Wand, Muhel ..t'1. Ingeraoll display in
The Merrill-Stevens Shipbuilding ing the tickets. Before the train left that it was lawfully proposed and Byrd Myt'tie McKinney and KquillaIlixon "I 1 was walking to work this morning a window bows, a '.
.' 'Corporation, Jacksonville has started Miami the colored passengers: were now was the law of the land. While motored to the county seat on ." said Banker !Burgess, "when a tore where you can bo 5'
its contract with the Seaboard for the urged to take their place in the car recognizing that congress has limitations Wednesday poor working man drove by in his bit? "fitted"to one of the dozenor
repair of locomotives. Four of the reserved for their race but the white in respect to the enforcement of Col. A. Z. Adklns and Col.! Knight end gave mu a lilt" more nlt..r8Ol5IrIC(
engines are now in the yard. Negotiations building woman objected no strongly to such laws regarding beverages the court of Staikc, were in this section Wed No kid. about the above, it actually cording to your own special

are under way for the an act that the transfer was not mad held those limits were not transcendedin nesday. happened and there are plenty more nyed _, *ttf'
of a number of railroad freight I When the train reached Palm Conch a the enactment of the enforcementact I Willie! Price visited relatives here like that in this land! of opportunity Call on en Ingernoll

cars dozen white men were found in waiting restricting alcoholic contents of Tuesday. every day] ill Die weik. dealer today and let him
-each of them determined that intoxicant. to one-half of one percent .1 I T. E. Oldhurn was a business vinl. Still the agitators rave about the I help you select
is antiseptic
Kub-My-Tism powerful -
a infected the negroes should use the car devoted tor to Sampson Wcdneduy. "awful conditions we are forced to en'
it kills the poison caused 1
; cuts cures oM! sores, titter, etc. for them, even if force might be While New York, New Jersey bar! Itoy Hid Jake Roberts visited Jacksonville dure". They tell you that your dollaris /iilq ..
-Adv. found necessary. There was an argument Wisconsin acts permitting manufacture Tuesday, no good. They yell that It in only -- -
at the station, The negroes. had and sale of beverages of more C'hesley: Fogg/ WIN a visitor to worth fifty cents und H" forth and soon Pmrlialilu yWabrburylfarifeb'N rl
alt'l'adjdonned their night clothes than one-half of one per cent alcoholic I Gainenivillc Thursday.Miss ad lib, ml, Inrtnlturn 93.50 Jeweled'6.:15 '
Jft off Corns! and the doughty posse hesitated a content were not directly involved the Marcia Turner, of Monteocha, Do you believe it ? If you do therein II
little. But argued the posse, there decision was interpreted as Invalidating wan shoppififr here Friday.' sure something Very much wrong
is no assurance" that sleep' is pressing them. The court laid the first section K Roberts of Take Butler, visited j with your "nut." Of course your dol. j
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone heavily upon their eyelids; and even of the amendment of its own his brother, C, II Roberts, Friday. I lar won't buy as much here at in

costs only a few cents. I were" that the case, it wouldn't takea force "invalidates any legislative/ act Messrs. Marvin Og+lm. Williard would) before the war, but hully gee,
II great deal of time to awaken the -whether by congress, by a state leg/ Smith Arthur Wilder left Monday for ) think how many more of them you
I require any great length of time for which authorizes or sanctions what I Your dollar 11thI' most valuable
I them to slip on a few clothes and the section prohibits" II Mrs. Sam Pons and son, Ferman, piece of money in the world< today. i
II slip into another" car. But the employer Concurrent power granted by the of Mountcocha were business visitors For one big old Iron cartwheel you

I was sorely averse to havingary amendments to federal and state gov-/ 1 here Friday.T. can buy 100 German marks One lit
change made-asserting that if D. Dyal of Ziff, visited here tie old 1 penny buys a mark that was a

they were forced to leave the coach Mil cure !Malaria\ Chills and Fever Monday.Mr. good big two-hits before the war You
she, too, would leave. The train pulled Bilious Fever, Cold and LaGrippo. It I and Mrs Urle Johns and baby, run buy uttoiUj scvcntyfittfrancs, z
II out with the argument still con kills the parasite that causes the fev. of New River spent Sunday at the with your dollar. and when it comes \
tinuing. Then a pull at the bell cord er It ItTa mlendM laxative and gen home of Mr. and \Mrs C. B. Roberts, to Russia/ that wonderful Utopia that I

stopped the train and another five eral tonic.-Adv. i! !Messrs. Jesse Surrency, John Love the agitator/ raves about why man, It'", old number one that he is looking/
minutes of altercation followed Then !lace and \Mack Bates, of Tampa are your good old Yankee dollar will buy "out for He known that you have theIHMI ',y
the train started and the porr went visiting relatives hero this wink! a bale of that flulshevik stuff aa big dollar the best /government the ;

with the train. Before rf'at'hA'/ Jup .I. Messrs Geiger Barry and Bob Sur- us a bale of hay. For ten dollars you best food the best cluthing\, and the I-
G I her the colored contingent of tht exasperated : rency visited the county seat Monday. could buy enough of the junk to fill a most luxurinn of any nation on earth _
and erratic omplo.-er had iG Charley :McKinney of New River steamship. If they ever Maw tn real Don't get the idea that the agitator l'jI;
I Il been prevailed upon by an argument nrfanDom' v. ited his parents Sunday. American dollars over in that wonderful i is asleep just because he is a little)
which was most emphato and < >mmensurate Mi and Mrs,, CJid Sparkman, of Bull-shc-vlk land it would starta careful ,
With more- just now. 1(1\( a fox,
;your fingers! You cm lift ofl to change com hand for I.oul, with Alvin McKinney .
l hard soft betworn spent Sunday riot that would snow under ...-- that baby In. Ilc'a playing to get '
any corn corn or corn '.
. the nonce, to segregate" thcmselvr- F and wife. nine, and all the other bulls.Yra .
the toes, and the hard skin calluses from fALfD TINS duly your dollar and ;your land, and your .
from the woman who, from lack of Mr C. W Dyal and daughter Mat- and
bottom of feet ATYWha = 'rCRS wouldn't those would-be good clothes, and your automobile,
A tiny bottle of "Freezon caste little' Southern travel insisted upon an ac lie Hillard were visitor to Gainesville rulers love to got their hands onto and your home, and your women. If
.t any drug stores t apply t few drop which Southern negroes recognize as Saturday. I i America/ and get Home real money he ever get in the nad'llu he wouldmake
upon the corn or illui. Instantly it most unusual.'I MAXWELL HOUSE Me..!'ri. James Reynolds, Jesse Ogden .that would buy something l'II.Bay your dollar worth about an much
tons hurting, then bortty :you lift tbltotberlome and I
Ray McKinney attended thepicnu
they would.
all he i Is worth, and that is '
nothing. I
corn or callus right off, root rrfi quickly relieves Constipation COFFEE
and all. without on* bit of pain or or.. Riliounne, Loss of Appetite and I I I Friday at Long Bridge | Don't fall for any of this agitator So--swat the agitator no matter
Mrs Mae Dyal of Largo, i f. visit wind. Swat the
BJUM. sonofgun. lie what
\111' No humbug Headaches due to Torpid Liver kind of a mask he appears 'in.- d
ing relative and friend for a few. i don't give a tinker's dam about you; : Tampa Tribunej"



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