Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: August 20, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STAUKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY Al'fiUST 20, 1920. 1'4Ul\IHEn J 4

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Lake Butler, Aug. 20.-Mrs. W. A. Samuel M Crews. died at his home town council! will meet in special -
Call Politician's Attention to the Tact Bailey and son, Alva, spent last week Young Wife Returns to Parentn from near Tampa, Friday, August 18th, I session next Tuesday night Au. Reports from Camp Johnston are
That They Can Still Vote I in Gainesville visiting friends. !Murderers' DenA the cau"c of his death being acute indigestion gust 2-Uh, to recoup! petitions from to the effect that the National Guardsmen .

: Miss Wilma Andrews, of Jackson. j The interment took place' Candidates who wish their names stationed there for a tour of instruction .
At a recent meeting cf) GaineBviIleFarmers' nIle I is visiting her grandmother, Mrs weird story, full of ghantlinesa, : at Myrtle Hill cemetery Sunday.Mr. printed on the official ballot. The bal are having a strenuous
Union No. 118, a committeewas M. E. Roberts. blond, fear and ill treatment has come Crews was born a few miles lot for the coming election will be round of training:, but that all are en.
appointed to the give the public, Misses Maggie and Anita UK'hard I to the knowledge of the Telegraph, northwest of Stutke 61 years ago. his made up at this time. joying the outing! The camp will last
through the 'press side, of fruit the and vege. of Gainesville, returned to their home and we will relate it as w& have heardit parents being the late Mr. and Mrs. -- .--'- ---- I for fifteen days, and the company
table growers'railroad Sunday after spending some time in the incident being vouched for as S. P. Crews Early in life he went to SAPP FOR MARSII.tL from Starke will not reach )home until -
to the employes and
award Lake Butler with relatives.Mrs. being true.Wednesday. work in Starke, first clerking for the' Thursday, August :2! >th. They will
the that increase award in, to freight discuss rates mattersfor causedby I Drew Addison and son, Lowellof of last week Mrs. Niel late N. J. Jones later for A. M. Dar J. B. Sapp announces in the Tl.I.1 I at'live on the 11 o'clock train Thursday .. .
of the farmers any and the Jacksonville, are visiting his mother Daughtrey, who had been living near by. In 181'0!' he married Miss Jennie graph: today that he is a candidate for : morning. -
the good ,
public. Following is, article Mrs. M. E. Roberts, this week. St. Augustine, returned to her ;parent Dixon. He later moved to Raiford, town marhsal., !Mr. Sapp is a wl'lIl I p .- -
general an Misses Allie Andrews and Thelma Mr. and Mrs. Dave Manning, who live then to Loughman\ Polk county wherehe known citizen and has always stood i MKTHOIMST
which written by this commit.
was Blair spent Sunday at Worthington on Capt. S. A. Brjan's place, northof for years held a responsible position hiirh in the community being regarded \ -
tee: Springs. Starke. She was poorly and shabbily with a large timber company. As by all as an upright, honorable Sunday mhool, 9:46: a. m. '
"We especially request all officers Mrs. S. M. Richard is spending a dressed and wore a frightened; the company's activities extended, he man. He has served the sixth districtas Preaching, 11 a. nl.. by the pastor
elected by the people to remember the while with her mother, Mrs. W. A. expression. At first she said she had was hiter transferred to Tampa to constable and there> was never occasion teaching 8 p. m, by Ch... H. Ab-
farmer can yet vote, though it is pos. Bailey, after which she will join her only come on a visit home, but her look after its interests there for complaint about the way einathy. .
sible these employes will soon be de. husband who left for Tampa last week parents, suspecting that somethingwas Mr. Crews was a very popular man he discharged the duties of the oflVe.\ Epwoith: I.eaffue! 7:15: p. m.
manding that the right to vote be ta. Mrs. C. M. Turner'and little daughter wrong, drew a confession from wherever he lived much respected on If ho should succeed in ousting: the Prayer meeting> Wednesday, A p. m. .
ken from the farmer and be given to Harriett, of Port Orange: are vis. her-a tale that almost staggers be. account of his industry and integrity. present incumbent\ Starke would still J. C. 1 DICGS.Pastor. '
them, so that each will have several iting: relatives here. lief. He leaves to mourn his loss his widow, have a good man at the head of the t .
votes. It is even possible some board Mrs'. James Hamilton and children, Her narrative being very Incoherent a daughter Mrs.. H. L. Barker, two police> department. -
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will try to award them this right. Not and Miss Hamilton were guests of Mr but well worth getting the full brothers, Messrs. A. S. and J. G. - BAPTIST
only can the farmer vote but a vast and Mrs. Lacy Douglass last week. details and sequences of, her father Crews, of Starke and four sisters, \I'I'U\'II1SG NUPTI4LH .
majority of the citizens of the United Mrs. Hennie Newsom of St. Peters- Saturday asked Chief Silas Kite, of Mrs. Delia l Frlerson) of Texas, Mrs.Mrptta !' Pastor Blanchard Law hits been in
States are ,going to stick to the burg:, visited friends here last week. Starke, to come to his home, and by Cogbill\ of Washington, D. C., Curds are out announcing that the revival meeting at Lake Butler this
farmer so long as he is right. Beware Mrs. A. C. Strickland is out again the methods he knew how to use, get Mrs. Maud Archer, of Key West" and wedding of Rev. Dlanchanl I D. LAW, past week. Rev. Armstrong exchans.
politicians! after an attack of mumps. the truth of the matter. The digestas ; Mrs. Lula Conner, of Statke. The of Starke, and Miss Ellen Hammel, M pulpits. with him on Sunday Each
"We assert emphatically that this West Douglass of Worthington, was givl'n. us by Mr. Kite we print he- sympathy of many friends goes out of Waurhula will take place Wednes. were well received in the stianire pul.
In'rease to most of these employes is greeting friends hete Tuesday. low: to the bereaved relativ(. / : day, August 25th. The> prospective pits.On
all imposition on the public, and the George Spires of !Midway, motored The young wife' lived with her husband -- --+- .1 I bride Is a daughter: of Mr. and !Mr*. AUK. 27-291 will occur tho 6th.
Sunday meeting of New River Association.
fruit and vegetable growers especially to town Monday. Niel Daughtry about 7 1-2 miles E.: L. ODOM i, Lee M. Hummel, of Wauchula and
as they probably will have to paya Miss Leona Wilson, of Columbia southeast of St. Augustine. Rufus the ceremonies will take place at the It will be held at Slatke and
greater proportion of this tax than county, is the guest of her grandmoth Daughtry, a brother of the latter, lived The sad new of the death, of Mr. Baptist church of that city at fl p. m. nn IntoiOBtlntr: program Is on and aR'.i
session is
other class. We cannot fix 'I ---------- -.- ------ ( hoped for.
any a priceon er. Mrs. Mary E. Weitz, this week with them. They cut ties and wood E. L. Odom, at St. Petersburg:, arrived The regular services will bo held at
our goods, as they are perishable, Will Dukes, of Worthington, was a She was often ill treated. One night: here Saturday and caused grief among jcAiroitnRaiford :
the church next Lord's the
must be sold at once, and for what is business visitor to our burg: Tuesday. about three weeks the brotherscame his many friend all over the county day, by .
\ and all In
urged to
pastor are
offered for them. Cav. Catts, of Tallahassee, was fn home, their shirts and hands Ills death occulted Friday and the Aug.: 20.-A. I D. Andiews present
"With most commodities the Increase Lake Butler last week. bloody. She was commanded to wash funeral took place! Sunday, with Masonic and son, W. II. Andrews, returned 5th to Sunday complete meeting.arrangements( for
is passed on to the consumer.It Miss Delia Armstrong returned from the shirts, and when) she asked how I honors, the interment being at Friday after spending a few days in All who entertain at
is not so with vegetables, they mustbe Gainesville where she has been taking they came to be bloody, they answered St. Petersburg. '1! lIaltimore. their homes persons, for meals can] or sleeping
sold at once; therefore, for what- : examination on special studies that it was nothing' but "nigger The deceased was born at Provi- i Mrs. Dorothy Schelly, of Jutkson- and meals, or who will b(, willing topay '
ever price is offered. If we ship themIt Mesdames J. E. Maines, G. A. Ep blood." They said they had killed a dence 60 years. ago. At maturity he :l villc, is upending' a few days herewith for meals at hotel, please
is the same on the other end of the F. N. Andrews and Miss Georgia IloJoit reportto
person negro and sunk his body in a river entered into various activities and Nauright: the pastor or J. F. Kirkliler, so all
line."In Epperson left Wednesday morn- not far away. (Moses creek Is the was successful. On account of his In. place of these railroad employes ing for Starke where they will be only water course there shown on the telligence: J judgment: and popularityhe home Sunday. BLANCHAKD I). LAW
working a little harder, and pushing joined by Mrs. W. J. Epperson and map). They also burled their bloody was given legislative honors and Mrs. C.'J. Jones and little son, Billy Pastor.
these cars of perishables to destination family and will spend the week at overalls near the house and later told I was also a member of the constitutional have retuinud after a delightfulvisit ...- -
thereby helping everyone, and Kingsley lake, guests of !Mrs. ".t. J. her to take them up and burn them, convention of 18RG. About four in South Carolina CARD OP THANKS!I
saving millions to the farmers, they Epperson. which she did not do. years ago he moved to St. Petersburg, ; E. M. JohiiHun, of Jacksonville, was --
would strike somewhere every few Kate Epperson is the guest of Elizabeth The sinister talk between the men, where he conducted a commission. in town Friday. We offer our ainrerv thanks to the
days, and tie up these cars of vegeta Brownlee of Starke this week. Mrs. Fred Kirby of Jacksonville :
their uneasiness and the bad treat. mess until his death. thoughtful and gcnetou friend in' '. .
bles. We ask if this is not criminal. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Williams, of ment Mrs. Daughtry: often received on The deceased leaves a widow, a sister Is the guest of Mr. and, Mrs. L. B. Starke ami elsewhete who at the futioinl .
"Many of these strikers should he New River, were guests of Mr. and the days following the event, made her of Mr W. J. Epperson, of Starke, Ritch. of our near and dear relative,
serving sentences, in place of being Mrs. Willie Williams. life unbearable. She hoped against a daughter, Mrs. Jeff Purvis, of St. i Herbert Ritth, of Starke, was In bestowed such magnificent floral offerings .
granted an increase in salary. If ore Miss Ina Alderman has returned hope that no murder had been com- !I Petersburg,. and t two brothers, !Mr town Sunday. In token of their regaiil: and
class has a legal right to strike, they home after a pleasant visit in North mited although: the men never domed Perry Odom of'Lake Butler, and Mr. Ranee Andrews was a visitor to love, as have been' seldom seuii Wa
certainly have no legal or moral right Carolina.Mrs. what they had said when she reiterate I I A. C. Odom, of St. Petetbburg. They Jacksonville Tuesday assure them that their gifts were 4'
to cause the loss of millions to some Angus Bielling and Johnnie ed her questions. The place on the have the sympathy of all in their be : .Mrs, C. I D, Addison, of Jacksonville, highly appieciatud
other class, therefore these strikes are Rimes of Miller, were guests of Mrs. river, or creek where they said they i I.t'aveml'nt. ,I was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A, D. S. A. Bryan and Family.
criminal. It is shame to civilizationthat A. C. Strickland last week. I Andrews Sunday night and . .
a sank the body was minutely described -- - - j Monday. -
a government will allow one Willard Parker, of New River, visited by them. At last, Tuesday of last I llOtlHLi; UIRTIID\Y PARTY I I Felix Sapp of Alurhua, In. spending: HAMPTON! ,
class of its citizens to be imposed upon his family Saturday.The week, she was resolved to know the a few days here! with relatives and.l -
by another. Somebody is certain. W. M. U. met Wednesday afternoon worst. She went out in the woods Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett gave friends. Hampton,, Aug.: 'JO.-Mis. Thomas,
ly responsible for these losses. We and an interesting programwas : where Rufus was working and asked! their little] daughter, Gussie Mae, and R. II. Roberts, of Worthington, was of Valdonta (iii., was the guest of her
ask, who is the responsible party ? rendered, Mrs. Hardy Scarborough him to go with her and show her the son. Stanley, a lovely double birthday in town Tuesday patent, Mr. and Mrs O. llaynis,
"Mr. Gompers has hinted at what leader.W. spot. This he did, and it was just as party from four to six, on Wednesday A. I D. Andrews aol, Claude Denniuik I'lMuy" and Saturday.Mr. :! .
might happen if the Pennsylvania C. Townsend spent the weekendin had been described-an overhangingtree the llth Inst, the occasion being were vislton to the county seat Mo,,. and Mr*. William, Jones .|i.nt
railroad drops twelve thousand of its Lake Butler. thick palmettos, deep water, the eleventh and fifth anniversaries.The day.Mrs. the week-end with their daughter Mrs.
employes from the pay roll. It is Dr. J. M. Mann spent Tuesday In large alligators.: many pretty children who came Dorothy Schelly returned to Lena Rowe, of Misielenny
probable he would be howling so it Jacksonville.D. The poor woman, in her des pail', de. n.* guests to this merry party brought her home in Jacksonville Sunday after Dr. and Mr. Hunter, visited MI'.. '
would be heard around tile world if W. Borum was in town Sunday.C. cided the could not live her presentlife numerous beautiful gifts to the little spending a few days here with HolerNauriKht. : Hunter's lelutlves Gainesville Mon.
he was a vegetable grower and had A. Savage, of Dukes, spent Sun- any longer. She had a small sum host and hostess. day
Buffeted the losses we have, and wouldbe day with his family. of money with her. She raq throughthe 1 Games were played and a nut hunton R. W. Sweat, of Sanford! , was the It. M. Williams left last week for
demanding that the Pennsylvania Miss Crystal Armstrong is at Perry woods to the nearest station on I the lawn resulted in Louise Matt wck-end guest of his parents JarkminvilU', where ho will spend isv.
railroad drop everyone of these strik. this week conducting a B. Y. P. U. the East Coast railroad and took the I and Lester Price Robinson finding the Ranee Andrew. spent Sunday with 'fal! month ii.r
ers and put in men who are more con- manual training class. first train for Jacksonville. From largest number of nuts and each rereived his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. An. Rev W. E. Dauirhtry, of TcMincsmifl, ,
siderate for the rights of others. lIe Henry Varnes and son, Lacy, of there she came to Starke. a box of candy.. I I I, drews, cf Lake Duller was a visitor to Hampton Tuesday.
would probably be also demanding the Johnstown, visited in Lake Butler on This ends Mr. Daughtry's narra Just before six: o'clo'k the little W. I. Roberts was a visitor to Lako Mai'ion Sullivan, .'of 1'hIJrl'aaa. was
government put them Inte) the penitentiary Thursday afternoon. tive. What follows is Mr. Kite's.' guest. were invited into the dining Butler during the week. attending to business here Friday
and make them -work-with Nat Roberts was a business visitorto After discussing the matter it was room which was beautifully decorated -I I Edwin Goethe and Thomas Talleyof W. Jr.. linker, of Brooklyn, was attending .
a cowhide if necessary. Johnstown Thursday decided that Kite, Manning and his in pink and white, and on the table Jacksonville, were In town Wednesday to business In Hampton Tue.
"We ask that Congress take some Bill Varnes and Frank Dees, of daughter should go to St. Augustine, stood two large white cakes with eleven -, clay ,
steps to repay this. loss to the farmers Johnstown, were transacting business place the matter before the sheriff of II and five candles, which were light. I I Mrs. W. I. Roberts. Ada, Phillip and Last Tuesday Robert Lee, of The-
and to punish these strikers, who in Lake Butler Monday. St. Johns county andrleave the sequelto ed and shed their soft glow on the Bob Roberts, spent the week-end with rtiHHB, was shaking hands with hit.
were the cause of this loss. We de. M. M. Hale, of Worthington, was a him. They left for St. Augustine happy scene I relatives near' Worthington Springs.' friends here.Mr .
mand that the government enact and business visitor to Lake Butler Sat. Saturday evening I I Ice cream and rake were served the I *.. Norwood and little daughter,
enforce such laws as will protect the urday. After having found and informedthe I little folks by Mrs. Bennett, assistedby I RItA IWOIlDi who have been guets of her father,
fruit and vegetable growers in the Moss Hewitt, of Worthington, was ., herift', he exprl-ssed his belief I Mr*. C. E. Pone<<' and Mm Hannah : E. lucks, returned to their home ImPlant
future. in town Saturday.Mrs. that no negro had been killed, as none i I Swindell. Those invited to this hap. i I ..Bradford, W. Edwards: City Friday.Rev. .
"We ask the government to appoint C. L. Varnes and children, of had !been reported missing, but that py gathering were, Florence and Elizabeth attended to business in Alachua. last. I Rawli, of llahlra, Ga., was a
a committee to examine into the prof. Johnstown, spent Sunday with her the victim was probably a white man Andrews, Evelyn and Doris Thursday. I visitor here this week Rev. RawU
its of th growers and see if the fruit mother, Mrs. S. S. Proctor.. named R. J. Mitchell. This man had I I Pope, Thelma Andreu, Annie Belle Mr. anil Mrs. ,J. V. and Mr. and WHS at one tirnn a resident of Hampton .
and vegetable industry should be tax Miss Marshall Proctor spent Thursday been missing for two or three weeks, Turner, Beatrice Johns, Vivian Kite, Mrs T. B. Edwards attended the cemetery and has many friemU here whowere
ed to give thoughtless and, in many in Johnstown with Mr. and Mrs. and when last seen. was going: awayin Harriet Ritch Elise Jones, LucileMitchell I working at New River Thurs- glad: to *.'(' him.
Instances, criminal employes, such an Henry Varnes. the company of the Daughtrys. The ,' Lucile John, Hazel Middle- day. Miss Emma Hick" hall been ft
increase in salary. The W. C. T. U. met Monday after sheriff took < deputy along and wentto ton, Elizabeth and Beatrice Howe, Mrs W. M. Uarrell and children Sturke thi week' having.Home optical
'Let us see. A few years ago: the noon at the club room, Mrs. J. EMamcs ths Daughtry house. The men had Mary Canova. Thelma Silcox, Evelynand : i Geneva Valburn and Guy are visitj work d,,nn. ,
schedule to New York from Game- presiding and an interesting fled. The sheriff notified his other Marjorie Stump, A. E Wall, Jr., I log: relatives in Jacksonville. C. B I'roKcott, of South Florida '
yule, Fla., was five days. That Is, a program was rendered. deputies as soon a* possible to get on Pauline Miner, Dorothy Turner, J. O. i J. V. IMward: was a business visitor has teiently located in the little cot-
car leaving Gainesville Monday after- Prof. Holland, of Madison. has re their trail until' he had completed hill Turner, Jr.. Lester I'rlce and Eldredge! to Brookcr Saturday. tags of Mm.. (i. W. Hick in the southern .
noor would sell in New Yctk Friday turned to Lake Butler and will be present task. Robinson, Joe Edwards, Jr., Leila Dna I Stephen Hague was a business. visitor part of town.J .
niormng.; : The ''past season the best with us again this winter as principalof Jrtrs, Daughtry showed. where the Andrew, Arthur Darby Jones" S. R. | to Worthington Tuimday. We are I Allen wa transacting business
time to New York has been eight days our school. bloody overalls iad. been buried then Johns, Jr.. Louame and Doris Mill, I, glad to see him able to be out again in Starke Monday t
A ear of vegetables leaving Gainesville Miss Elizabeth Brownlee1! has returned 11'4 them to the spot where it was said Martha Brownlee, Melba Silc-ox. after his long illness. Miss Wasdin, of Tampa, spent several -
!Monday would be in New York to Starke after a pleasant vis. the body had been dropped in the river. .___a_._ Mrs. Katie Honey, of Worthington, hours here Monday. ,
the following !Monday. Often the contents it with Mrs. J 11. Williams. To the experienced eyes of the B. Y. P. 11. SOCIALAt \ visited her sister, Mrs. W. II. Hairell, Mr*. F. A. Scott, of Sharks, was. a
of these cars would be in a dame A number! of Lake Butler young officers many signs revealed that a Saturday.J. I visitor to Hampton Saturday.A .
| d or decayed condition when the folks spent Tuesday at Worthington body had been dragged to the water.A the residence> of Mr. and Mrs. V. Edward and Wallace Crews I chicken pilau supper' was given
cars were ten or twelve days on the Springs enjoying the bathing They boat and help were procured and H. I... Brownloe) last Friday .!evening:, attended the Masonic mooting Wedponda Friday night: by the Ladies Aid So.
roid, caused by strikes. The public were chaperoned by Mrs. C. II Reg- the bottom dragged. The water was the' Baptist Young People's Union and v at Worthington.: clety. Tills supper wa for the benefit .
|| Sfenerally does not know that suchcondi ister. deep. No body was found, but the a number of their friend had an enjoyable I 1 C. M. Andreu attended to business of tne Baptist church. A delightful -
"'>ns existed, and the growers Mrs Ernest Williams and baby, of present of many alligator caves in social I In the form ot a tacky In Gainesville Friday. time was enjoyed by these who
suffered such losses, caused by these New River, were visiting relatives] in the banks, a* well as large: alligators party. Harley Andreu was In Brooker Saturday were present and a n>eo sum of $''<1)
Itrikes. Hence this article. We often Lake Butler Monday.Mrs. fostered the ?belief that the body had The guests dressed in the mart waa raised
hear all manner of jests thrown at J. W. Townsend and childrenleft been dragged away and devoured b) tacky style possible, and on their arrival -: Mrs Willard Raborn was shoppingIn I L. G. Johns, who has recently" located .
| th! ( whiskered Reds of Russia, but we Monday for Orange Springs the lIa uri"lllI. were each presented with an'Iday I Worthington Saturday. In the eastern" |>nrt of town, has. '
i ''hum this award\ made to these rail- Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Carter, of The party then went to the home of .: sucker. The feature ot the Miss Lucile Harrcll spent the weekend Improved his property by adding a
i ri',ad employes' is about on a par with Johnstown motored to Lake Butler Mitchell the vanished man. No one evening was a mork wedding, Wilbur | with her grandparents, Mr. andMrs. large sleeping: north to his residence.Rev. .
I the acts of those Reds. Monday. had seen him for weeks His belong. Scott taking: the part of the blushing Dave Dukes Armstrong:, of Lake Butler,
'The world is clamoring for lower Percy Odom returned from St. Petersburg tags, including a little money, were I bride and Miss Vivirette Floyd acting, Mrs. John Brookes, of LaCrosse, is was visiting In Hampton Saturday.
prues' Every has a right to demand Saturday afternoon, being undisturbed. lie had also been a all groom A* part of the nuptial affair visiting /elatlves here this week J. M. Hilliard and Hun left TueSday
an equal man increase in salary to called to the bedside of his brother wood cutter, end it is supposed by the Miss Emma Powell recited and Mrs W. W. Raborn returned to her fur Sampson lake where they expectto
that The E. L. Odom who was stricken St. Johns county officials that there John Powell sang: "My Starlight home In Jacksonville Saturday aftera try their luck ai fluhermen. '
| granted these railroad men I
1, inoss' man and manufacturer has aright with paralysis] Thursday, dying Fri- had been some old grudge: between Queen." visit with relatives here. M. I.. Watterson was attending" t<>
to place of day. Mr. Odom has many friends in him and the Daughtreys. for which, I Refreshments of cookie and pink I N. G Hayes left Thursday for business In I'alatka Monday.
[ profit on his equal The farmer percentage should this section who mourn his death and the latter craved his life. lemonade were served. Miss Eva Ep; I South Carolina to visit relatives Mrs M. L. Maynard gave a social
den.and an increase on the price of extend sympathy to his sorrowing t rel- The Starke party, having accomplished -I person received" the prize for being O W. Hurry Wal a visitor to lirook- Saturday evening In honor of ber
1 1.11 *,ieat and other Wheat i* ati'vca.rv.. their unpleasant errand, returned dressed (In the most tacky manner. | er Saturday. niece. Mis Ruth Tison, who i I. vliit- t,
not perishable like fruit grains.and vegeta- W. C. Armstrong: filled the pul. home allured by the sheriff The social committee whft. arrangedthis I W. J. Ward and family left Friday Ing here thin w."ek. Those presentwere ""
and I I pit of the Baptist church in Stark. that he' would leave nothing undone to gay little affair were : John for Wauchula, where they will live Byrell and Leona. Mullady, Julia\
be held.
'We ask can the farmers of the United I __ __ I I bring: the criminals to justice. Powell, Misses Eva Epperson. Doris in the future. A Maxwell, May and Evelyn Jones Onl
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Law and Emma Powell. ay Moore, Ethel: Hunt Ranee Johns, '
tate' more" ,
to join with and demand I ,
Jour rights. We have us the, votes and ( Signed) J. A. Robe son. J. E. Turlington. i I Sunday supplying for Rev. Law, who -- .. C Williams, of Hampton, was Russell Dyal Arthur Bennett and Jim )/
.h Power, and If we will get together N Wells, G. W Brumley. is condu';'.Ing a series .of meetingshere II. Tomlinson. 'of Lake Butler, was transacting business in Stark. Wednesday Maxwell. A very pleasant eveningwas

Ce 1 wilt get Justice. We want nothing Comra'tteeGainesville News a :visitor to Starke Wednesday enJo.ed.iiikabfoth .

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\ i ... ... .. Hampton Saturday.
Thursday night quite a crowd WOMEN WILL VOTE
young folks enjoyed a pound party at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clov-

County News Items ersettle.Lee Burrows of Starke, was a visl.
= tor here several days of last week.J. ELECTION SALE OF

J. Collins of Lakeside is busy
IstUrotlnf Fact Gathered'' During the Week br Our with his grapes picking and shipping

\ Hefular Correspondent. them to market. -

Blanton Owsley was: a via('
, ""N Starke last week. STATE ONLY ONE NEEDED
? Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lee, of BI.IU- Fun VICTORY I"u The adoption of the amendment to

4 LAWTEY condition. win spent Saturday and Sunday at .- the federal constitution means that
Miss Hertle Thomas spent Wednesday Lakeside, with his parents M *. and Nashville Tenn., Aug.! 18.-The the women throughout the countrywill REBUILTTRUCKS
Iwtcy, Aug. 20.-Miss May Biggs with her grandmother, Mrs. Tier Mrs M. W. Lee. lineup ,f fie democrats and republl- be eligible to vote in the Novem
was a visitor to Starke Saturday. cy Roberts of Brooker.Mr. D. D. Woodard, of Starke, spent ca. the vote for ratification follow ber elections but there are certain
t Mil folly Ann Redding left Saturday and Mrs.'Willie Brown are oc Saturday night with his brother S. i regulations tho they must observe to
for Miami, where oho will spend cupying the Smith cottage. B. Woodard. Democrats: Aye 35; no, 34; absent, qualify them i>.. electors. In' Florida
several weeks with relatives. Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown were Cleveland Lee of Lakeside wa a L i they must register and they will
> Mrs. E. D. Boyer and children Fred shopping in Brooker Tuesday after visitor to Hampton Saturday. Republicans: Aye 15; no, 12; ab- probably have to pay the capitation

and Jewel left /Saturday for a few Mrs. G. M. Bennett spent several sent, Z. tax, though this seems to be a mooted
days' visit with relatives in Ocala Bertie and Alva Thomas days recently at Raifjrd with rela- I I question just yet. All these 'details
and Eufitls. pent Sunday with Miss Nona Brown tives. Tennessee today ecame the 36th will probably be settled shortly. In

Mrs. L. L. Sapp left Friday for Miami of Sampson.Mr. I \Miss Stella Cloversettle of Grand. state to ratify the Susan B. Anthony the mean time those who wish to reg 3-( Ton International
where she will spend a few weeks and Mrs. Jack Goodge and son in, is spending a few days here with federal suffrage amendment. The constitutional later which is the first step toward rebuilt

with Mr. Sapp who is employed asa spent Sunday wit her parents, Mr. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clo- change; will thus come in qualifying to vote may do so. The and guaranteed as good as new
carpenter there. and Mrs. Jasper Brown, of Sampson. versettle. time for 7,000,000 women in the Unit- registration books of Bradford countyare ;
Mrs. James Shepard and children Mr. and Mrs. W W. Brown spent Saturday night a pound party was ed States to vote in the Presidential open at the court house on Mondays 36x5 pneumatic tires on all four

were visitors to Starke Saturday.Mr. Friday afternoon in the Graham sec give, at the home of Mr. and \Mss."! election in November unless the lower Fridays; and Saturdrvs. Mr. C. wheels
and Mrs. R. D. Bennett were tion. S. B. Woodard. Several young folks house of the Tennessee assembly I I I A. Knight is the county legistratlon open'express body, cab
visitors to Starke one day last week. Misses Minnie and Pearl Greene as well as older ones, gathered and rescinds its action today in ratifyingthe 1 officer. top with storm curtains $150
Walter Butler of Jacksonville was and brother pave, attended Little enjoyed the games, while the amendment 60 tc: 46. Speaker I
\ ,I visiting relatives in Lawtey Sunday. Springs church Sunday. ones enjoyed social conver atldn. Music Walker leader of the anti-suffragists I WOMEN cash terms on balance.
Reddish Mrs. Viola Thomas has received I furnished in to demand OF VOTING AGE IN THE .
Roy went to Starke Tues a was by the grafonola.Mrs. put opponents a position -
day. letter from her son, Davie Carter, who Woodard assisted by Mesdames leconsideration by changing his i UNITED STATES i ii
J Carl Prevail was transacting business is stationed in the Panama Canal H. E. Moorer, W. A. Pones spread vote to aye and moving to reconsider. '
in Jacksonville Saturday. Zone stating he likes the army fine. the table with delicious and The house adjourned until 10 a. i (Estimate for 1920 from 1910 census -

j : Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and little Lee Gainey of Brooker, was a business ing eats. At a late hour the appetlz-I m. tomorrow when the speaker's motion I I ). I 13-4 Ton International 1 1-2 ton
son, J. B. Jr., of Jacksonville spent visitor here Monday. departed reporting a good time. will have right of way. Suffrage I f Females \Males I|
Sunday at the home of Mr, and Mrs H. L. Gatlin and family of Ziff, II. S. Roebuck has moved his family and anti-suffrage forces tightened 21 & over 21 & over { differential 36x6 cord tires on

A. M. Plant-hard. were here Sunday. back here from Brooklyn, after I their lines this afternoon for the final Alabama .. ___.. 652,164 664.111 rear wheels, 36x5: pneumatic
Mike Futch was a visitor to Plant Solomon*Carter was In the Five being employed there for several fight,and Loth sides: were claiming vlt!. Arizona _....__ 48,280 81,051

City several days last week. Mile section Sunday. months tory. The suffragists' however had Arkansas .. .._. 387,193 434,924 tires on front wheels, open express -
John Roberts of Jacksonville spent Willie Tyler of Willeford spent Everybody remember the meeting the advantage of today's victory and California ___.... 738,524 1,012,397
Sunday with his father E. J. Roberts. the week-end here with his family. which will begin here on the 22nd. expressed confidence that Speaker Colorado ....__ 234,767 300,648 body, cab top storm curtains -

.''I ., Silas Brown was a visitor( to Starke L. L. Johns, of Brooker was in our Mr. and Mrs. M. Z. Sullivan left Walker's motion would be voted down Connecticut u_ 368,644 381,692 excellent condition $500
Saturday. section Sunday. Saturday for Miller where they will tomorrow. The next step in ratifies- I Delaware __.___ 64,286 67.887
: C. R. Sapp was a visitor to Jacksonville Evan Hodge was in Brooker Satur visit her parents for a few days before tion then would be the certifying of Florida ..______ 196,553 235,195 cash terms on balance.

". Saturday. day morning. going on to Miami where they the action of the Tennessee assembly Georgia ___..._ 674.4B3. 682,616
,1 Hazel Futch returned home the first Mr. and Mrs. Thad Carter of Lake will reside. to the secretary of state of the Unit- Idaho _____..::_ 76,799 122.863.:
part of the week from Jacksonville, Butler spent the weekend here with Mrs. Adam Kelsey of Dunnellon is ed States who upon Its receipt, would Illinois __..,...-1,724,240 1,917,182
where she spent two weeks with her their sister, Mrs. W. R. Hodges. spending a few days here with her j:issue a proclamation declaring the Indiana .___.._ 847,723 904,434

sister, Mr.. Ury Gunter. O. W. Thomas and G. H. Fowler parents Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Triest. amendment ratified. Iowa ______uu 664.008 729,672 1 Ton International
Pearl Sapp visited friends In Jacksonville spent the week-end in Lafayette coun School opened Monday with very The Tennessee senate ratified the Kansas ____u_ 482,827 668,529 new, used

the first part of the week. ty attending church returning Mon good attendance, Mrs. Jim Minton as amendment last Thursday by a vote Kentucky ...__ 637,731 063,454/ t slightly as a demonstrator 35x5: :
Mrs. Henry Bennett and daughter, day.Mr. teacher. of 25 to 4. Suffrage leaders declare Louisiana ____. 434,889 455,919
Carrie Relief returned to their home and Mrs. Riley and son Bill, Samuel Woodard was a visitor to they will tifft slacken their efforts' In Maine uuu 248,309 268,727 cord tires front, 36x6 cord tires

in Jacksonville last week after spending of Graham spent Sunday with Mr. Hampton Monday afternoon.S. I the desire to have at least one other Maryland __... 405,200 403,908 rear, driver's seat cab
two weeks In Lawtey and at Kings and Mrs. W. W Brown. R. Swindel and son, Sam ,were state ratify before the November \Massachusetts .1,181,933 1,123,669 : top.stormcurtainR

ley lake. visitors to the county metropolis on elections as they expect a fight to be \Michigan _u___ 864,636 957,876 guaranteed like"new;
Mr. and Mrs. L. ,D. Dorman left MILLER Monday.Rev. I made against; Tennessee's action because i Minnesota ___u 563,652 70(3,669(
Saturday for Knoxxville, Term., where E. C. Dickens of Lake City, of a ruling in the constitution Mississippi u_. 454,235 468,953 price $2(530( ; will take $2,300;

1 he Is employed Miller, Aug. 20.-Mr. and Mrs. M. will fill his appointment at the Bap- which prevents the legislature passing Missouri _uu 985,167 1,070,062 $575 cash terms balance.
W. L. Ovcrstreet and family movedto Sullivan, of Theressa, spent the weekend tilt church Saturday and Sunday. Ev on any proposed amendment not Montana .u___ 89,915 170,017 I, on
Plant City lust week. Miss Maud with the letter's parents Mr. and I erybody invited. presented before the legislators were Nebraska .._.. 327,844 388.626 ,
will remain here for a while to assist Mrs. II. C. Peeples.J. Chesley Fogg of Graham, was In elected.<< I Nevada _u____ 19,954 44,026
in the Lawtey store which will continue L. Brown made a business tripto our burg Monday afternoon. The attorney general of Tennessee New Hampshire 148,909 149,668

at the same old stand. Gainesville Saturday. Charlie Phillips, of New River was has declared this cause to be unconstitutional New Jersey ____. 810,324 851,702 3-.& Ton International
Rqv. E. D. Boyer Is holding a revival Olson Thomas visited relatives at the weekend guest of his mother,'I in the light of the recent New Mexico _.... 80,467 113,637 rebuilt,

6 t meeting at Highland this week. Brooker one day last week. Mrs. John Phillips. i decision of the supreme court in the New York --..--3,033,276 3,119,773 now used as service truck, will
Mrs. Carrie Starling of Highland, H. C. Peeples made a business tripto Ohio referendum case. I N. Carolina .-"_ 571,422, 656,134
was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Gainesville last week. DOBSON I North Dakota u_ 134,646 190,890 guarantee mechanical condition

fist James Browning, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Douglass IIpentunday Ohio. ..__ 1.638,175 1,632,365 t
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ik a pent Sunday with his parents. at Worthington Springs. Dobson, Aug. 20.-Mrs. J. L. Dowl-1 DAIRY CATTLE Oklahoma _,__.._ 391,813 491,266 express body .full. length top

y, J. M. Rowe and family moved to Eugene Douglass made a business ing was shopping In Jake Oregon ___uu 185,165 282,188 with curtains and glass windshield
town Friday from their farm neavyc' r trip to' Providence last week.II. Thursday.Mr. TO B E FEATURED Pennsylvania .2,325,408 2,639,020

Lawtey and are located In the cottage G. Crawford and son, Everett and Mrs| Gordon Johnson visited .. Rhode Island .___ 183,030 179,834 pneumatic tires $-1:>0

,. vacated by W L. Overstreet. Mr. spent several days of last week 'in i his brother Steve, of Lake Butter AT STATE FAIR S. Carolina u_"__ 378,353 368,046;
t Rowe is one of the firm of Rowe & Saturday. cash, terms on balance.HI" .
I Jacksonville.Mrs. I I South Dakota .._ 147,<< Moneley, /grocery and meat market, J. T. Barnes left Friday for Mr. and Mrs. M. Ii. Hurst were in r I Tennessee . 696,648 607,668

and made the move to be near his bus Alabama where she was. called to the Lake Butler on business Thursday. Visit Big Exposlton This Year and Texas ______.u.._ 972,639 1,103,357
iness. bedside of her father Misses Eliza Brannen and Gladys I Utah .. ,
'' Florida Is Doing In Developing __._u___ 94,301 114,115 : "-' "VI --
Miss Clara Roberts, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thqmas visited Townsend of Lake Butler attendedthe Vermont __-___ 117,571 124.500
visited relatives in Lawtey lut'' wee k.: their daughter, Mrs. Johns of Lake annual meeting at Cypress Grove This Important 'Facto! | Virginia ____n 570,320' 675,532 1 Ton International entirely re

t ', + Henry Hicks and family moved last Butler Saturday Sunday. Washington '... 305,449 485,294 built guaranteed'as '
week to Plant City. Those attending services from this new, 37x5
s Raleigh Bielling and sisters, Misses I West Virginia _.. 313,465 371,249
!. Frank Green' of Zephyrshill, Bpent Deliah Alberta and Lota, attended section last Sunday were Misses Cora Jack.onvllle.-SuhlltanUAI Increase Wisconsin 672,272 751,743 cord tires front, 36x6 new cord
the week-end, with Mr. and Mrs. Chas church here Sunday night. Andrews Susie Nita and Alma Hurst, In number of dairy cow. In Florida i Wyoming _nn__
Dinkins. Mr. and Mrs. John Mott of Lake Air: and. Mrs." Joseph Andrews, Mr. _-,__.._ thu.__ .iirmt,.n _Rtal8__,_ _Pair' will be strlk-l I u 31,724 69,501 tires rear; driver's seat cab top

s Rev. J. C. Diggs of Starke, filled Butler spent Sunday with the tatter's I ana rars. .. .... uowiing, van liurst. ingly illustrated at the big exposition Total ..____26,883,566 -
his appointment at the Lawtey Methodist parents Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas. Oad Dobbs made a business trip to In this city November 18 to 27. I 29,577,690 storm curtains platform body,
church Friday evening. ...--ma- -- 'A. Hv.aa MV M New River Lake Butler and Johns- The fair management bas set aside (No allowance is made in this table $575
Mrs. James Rafuse spent few town Friday. for the exclusiveuse for aliens). cash terms on balance.
a SYRUP BARRELS a separate bul'dlug .. .
days with relatives In Starke last! Judson Hurst made a business trip of the dairy cow, and 'the indications I
week.D. Two cars just received. Buy earlyor to Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. are that the huge structure will MEETING OF FARMERS' UNIONA

Rowe, crt Macclenny visited his I do without. If you do not believe Shcp Mikel of Lake City,. !is be crowded to capacity.
brother J. D. Rowe Saturday. this just ask Home one who knows. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrll. Is meeting of the local branch of the 3-4 Ton
what Florida International
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lowery and son They are going fast. Come at once. Jesse Dowling of Dobson this week. If you want to know Farmers Educational and CoOpna'I' good mechanical
w II. L. Fowler Lake Butler. 820tf. doing In the dairy business., do not tive Union of America 'I
of Mikel
Jacksonville visited relatives t ta in Shep is spending a few weeksat the condition solid tires a
---- -. -- overlook this exhibit when at state Saturday, August
p Lawtey the first part t>f the week. the training camp Camp Johnston 7th with a goodly
ryd James Goodfellow left Sunday for THERESSA Messrs. Albert Williams, of Lake fair. number of farmers present. bargain $300 cash terms on the

1l., New York and will later join his family Butler, Richard Pearce of Lulu, Nelson Four years ago Florida was not considered At this meeting several matters of balance.
,W) at Louisville, Ky., where Mrs. Theressa'; Aug. 20.-\Mrs. L. A. Hall Croft of Lulu, Marshall Dobbs of a dairy state, but accomplishments importance were taken up all of which
+ I Goodfellow and children went about left Thursday morning for Orange Sapp clinton Pearce of Lulu, attended since that time have placed had a direct bearing/ on the prosperity
two weeks ago. They will return to Heights where she will spend several church at Cypress Grove Sunday. Florida on tbe dairy map with both of Starke and Bradford county
{;, Lawtey in the early fall. days at the bedside of her slater feet, as a visit to tbe dairy building among them that of getting a better

Mr. and !Mrs. G. W. Baisden' of \Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood and wilt abow. market for the produce grown here by 3-4 Ton International motor re-
Jacksonville, visited relatives near daughter Nealie, were visitors to the CANADA WILL SEND It Is estimated that the number ol the different' farmers

g. Lawtey Sunday. county metropolis last week. dairy ,cows in the state has Increased The Seaboard Air Line sent two of built new oversize pistons, bear
Louis Raulersnn, of Jacksonville S. R. Swlndel and son, Willis, spent GREAT EXHIBIT TO approximately 600 per cent since the their industrial agents here to be
'was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. a few days last week at Smith lake Initial state fair. This essential and present on this occasion and show to ings etc., good mechanical condition -

,l k it A few weeks ago we stated In the fishing and had excellent luck. THE FLORIDA FAIR. : Important Industry Is keeping pac the farmers the benefits that they pneumatic tires, express
Telegraph that W. L. Overstrect was Messrs. Henry and Kilmer Wondard with the tick eradication work and it would derive from a kiln dry potato
}' going to close out his Lawtey store In were visitors to Starke Tuesday and U predicted that following completion house. Potatoes thus treated can be body, $1,250, terms.
::1 the near future. We were while there purchased: a Columbia' .Plan to Duplicate In Jacksonville Ex of the tick work. Florida will rapidly shipped in the winter when the potatoes I
ed. Mr. Overstreet says mllllntorm'l Grafonola. I hlblt Which Was Used at San forge to the front as one of the foremost are bringing a good price on the

,t t' intention of closing,. his store here. I .Mrs. W. A, Jones was a visitor to I Francisco, Exposition 'I dairy cattle states of the Union of different them. markets without losing any' 'is :
--. - So much Importance Is attached tc
WATERMILL ; Jacksonville Fla.-Tbe Canadian the development of the dairy industryIn The Farmers Educational CoOperative 3-4 Ton International motor re

jft off Corns! government will send a mammoth ex Florida that last year at the risk Union of America is an organization built in perfect solid
Watermlll Aug SO.-Mr. and Mrs. hibit to the Florida State Fair and Exposition of being barred from returning to the of eighteen years standing in condition

44 "'. Osteen Brown l, of Sampson City were Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezona which will be held here. November their own state-becauae of the sttt ganization United in States with a strong or- tires driver's seat cab top etc.,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack roodge. 18 to 27. law prohibiting the entry of cattle every state In the Un
Monday night costs only a few cents. The fair management Is in receiptof from a tick area-the famous dairy ion. :Mr. Cha S. Barrett who is the will be sold for charges.
/ president is chairman of the -.,,,.. ,
Cheeky different
Fogg, of Graham
was here a letter from J. M. MacLachlan, herd from Frederick's Hall of Fredericksburg farm
Thursday for sent to Flor, organizations of the United
agent the Canadian government. ID Virginia was
,t 1 Carpal Carter was in Brooker Fri. : which he states lie is anxious to duplicate I I Ida for exhibition; at the state fair 000,00000 States that are today building a $1-

day. I at the big Florida fair the sam The management of the herd took this C. temple in Washington D.
to look
Miss Nona out for the farmers
Brown of Sampson City exhibit Canada sent to the San Francisco risk purely from an educational view eats as they Inter. 3-" Ton International with 1 1-2
spent the week-end here with friends exposition. point as tt desired to show Flordlani time may appear iron time to
t Mrs J. H. Brown and Mrs. Mary This exhibit is cattle looked like particularly in the matter of lei- ton differential
'. Brown a very expensive one.and what: good dairy ting the legislators know driver's, seat
spent Thursday with !Mr. and the farmers
requires the alb:
considerable floor demonstrate pu ity ol
space and to
r (: Mrs. Riley of Graham. ; la order to show It to advantage. It accomplishing in Florida what b.. wants structive and assist them in forming con cab top storm curtains 36x6
'j p', Those on the sick list this week are, >. .... laws that will aid the farmer .
a complete and comprehensive, and h..ft .a. in Vlrelna. as well as In
'.1 i, 1\\' Mrs.\ Jack Goodge and son, Eugene, I will demonstrate what America's great dairy states. I I as well as the countrY_n_ .' i.."_,... cord tires on rear wheels, two-
other A
} r" W. R. Hodges Mrs. Mary Brown !| Northern neighbor Is doing In the Florida breeders are principally meeting committee on the 7th was appointed at the wheel semi-trailer 36x6 cord
to I
Alva and
Allen Thomas In co-operate with
were realms of agriculture. varied industries, In Jerseys Guernseys, the
speclalltlng officers: of the
CInyno Friday.II. I I fine arts etc. Among lie particularly oflolatelnFre.lans. and Short Horn community fair. tires platform body carrying
Saturday '.
S. Warren, of Brooker, was in August !lat, there will be
Interesting features Is a display 01 breeds. All these breeds will
milking: a meeting in capacity
St-rke 6,000 $600
our section Friday G at the Odd Fel I pounds;
grains, straw
and In single building
h grasses agricultural be on display a at lows Hall\ at which
Willie Brown and farmer
Solomon Carter every in
I products the fair this year. It you are Interested Bradford cash terms on balance.
:; county Is
,,t m. were in Brooker on business Friday Canada lone ago learned the efficacyof In the dairy business, it will be to attend, whether he cordiaily invited
> ,{ afternoon. With your finger I You I talrs Vn helping becomes a member
can lift ofl along development 'worth your time and money to make or not. A '
Charlie Fowler left Wednesday! for any hard corn soft corn or corn between of that country, mid acb year, notonly to the exposition solely forth hat been very beneficla'\. program
1t the Journey
" Black Point near Jacksonville. toes, and the hard skin a arranged.
calluses from ,
stages expositions In Us various of seeing what Florida Is
bottom of feet.A . purpose I ---"> ,
Mrs. J. H. Brown has received i
from a tiny bottle of "Fraeson coats little I provinces but send Its exhibits to the uwng In developng this industry. i Senator A. D. Andrews, of
letter Cupt. James C. Fryer of Raiford ''
at any drug store I great fairs held lu the Dotted States will,, be an eye-opener. was a business
naval apply a few drops It visitor to Starke
the hospital/ Tues
Hampton Roads -THE RIDDLE
the This Canadian BOYS
upon corn or "a II u.. Instantly it exhibit together with day. .
1 Va., stating that her son, Franklin .tori, hurting then shortly lift. that the mammoth United States Government '
f1 ? you J Colds Cause Urlp and Influenza
ELno Brown hospital apprentice, first bothersome corn or callus right off root display, wblih\ hi again; coming The
ha'w class, U. S. navy, Is on duty at the and nil..without on* bit of pain or ior.. to Florida will give the stats lualitu- LAXATIVE PROMO QDXNINCTaBMs nmoMtb" census bureau gave Braden. 633 W. Forvyth St.
i, hospital and fl in excellent physical D_. idyl No humbug I Con an added cause. Then I* only OM "Br ot.e Qultto" town a population of 3,868 an in-1 I /
Eo W.GROVE sMnMnMM pea, Ms.. crease of 105.1 per cent I JACKSONVILLE, 'LA. i



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t' I AN OUTBREAK OF SWEET\ POTATO : sweat in the mow. After cooling"otr.. sad when I get through. I fl, r, t1 r 0r '

CATERPILLAR from the sweat the quality is far superior Yes, but what will the men say? ,-

tr-trt'I than when sunned and wind. ,, They will want some fish and potatoes

Various sections-of the state are cured in the field and laid away crisp. when they get back. ,,
, being threatened with one of the most Large cocks may be made to take the'I, Well I don't think there will be any .4

P4I4 I serious outbreaks of the sweet potato place of barns but stacked hay is left when I get through.

( ;) caterpillar occurring; in several years. poorer in .quality than barnstoredhay. I I see; perhaps not.

I The caterpillars are row mostly in i;I Say, boy you tell Brown when he I

i their first stage of growth and are Feed i I. going to be very expensivethis : comes gack that his wife sent word

small. If not killed off before they winter and no farmer can allow for him to come home tonight. She I

'M become large they will do an immense $50 hay to go to waste."BLOAT" is afraid to stay alone all night.
I I might not be here when they get YOU
Iii} 1 amount of damage. back. DO INVESTor
: s of the best mean of combat. IN CATTLE A COMMON'
.One Yes must tell him. I can't wait
T this J. R. Watson entomologist SUMMER TROUBLE just Speculate?
ting pent says
I Here's a dime and be sure to tell him. !r ,
,I of the Florida Experiment I II . '. --

I I 'II, bait Station" which is by is means prepared of the as "Kansas follows: with Bloat rattle' is, especially a very common in the summer trouble Well. 'here we ere back' to lamp. Fix N WHEN you buy a tire it it almost like buying a

Mix:, thoroughly 20 pounds bran 5 and fall seasons of the year. The trou. up the look fire and I'll ,warm up the fish iit You have to lay out a substantial
and at the sweet 'Uters.
ble comes from the formation of ferments sum
cottonseed meal and 1 pound r4 of money
Where did all these fish .
j in in the stomach which result pones come ,
r. paris green (Calcium arsenate from? We threw our bones in the fire. ', ,
I equal amounts, may be used instead of from such things as too much green The tire you buy has to justify your expenditure by
: '' Some one been here sure. Good Lord,
B'' paris ). Grate or chop finely food eating green food too rapidly and .
i, /green all the fish are gone! Must have beena quality performance.It ,
(rind pulp and all) 3 to 4 lemons into eating mouldy food sudden changesof
lt t 2 1-2 gallons of water. Oranges food, as from dry to green food, 'taters dozen boys here. And most of the must pay back your principal, with interest.
" gone, too-r-not enough for oneman'
grapefruit.willdoJbut, or improperly hay and any sort '
ir,p I" limes better. Dampen the dry of decomposing food. The gas collectsin supper. Lee Fabric Tires do this.
f mixture with the rumen or "paunch," Which is Well I'll be doggoned?, YOU all got
,I i'' t' the bran liquid and paris until green the whole mass is the first stomach of the cow and is located to wait till I'cook some more J ,wish .n Because they'give you I long, sure service Lee Fabric
\ moist, but not sloppy It should be of on the left side of the abdomen. I knew,how many boys were here. Tires prove a good investment-guaranteed a first
In AS to treatment Dr. A. L. Sam.'to\1'\ dump in about a peck of
. such consistency that it will fall says mortgag :oil tire satisfaction.
I' the
'taters while we clean a batch 'of
Shealy veterinarian of the Florida
: fine flakes when sown broadcast over I' "
; i 'd' the field. Last of all, knead thoroughly Agricultural College preventive measures fish. Blame take it, there was enough You'll find certainty of service in Lee Fabric Tires

! I into the mixture 2 quarts of should be given first consideration. fish ain't and 'taters. for supper-but they -and I'm always here to see that you get it.
-1 molassvs or Feed only wholesome food free no more. ;
syrup.If from mould do not change food suddenly When I was up to SWrke last weekI
to his plants ;
one prefers Kprsy
\ 7
'ule lead arsenate. Two pounds of the ; avoid improperly cured hay and met old Bill Jones. Hadn't seen Bill ;)Z .h

..f\ paste or one of the powder is aum.'f decomposing food; and feed regular. for a long time Said be had not beento The
1 l ly. town for a coon' age. lie was looking .
-of water. This
dent for 60 gallons
./ Medical treatment consists of for a harness for his buggy horse. TreadMechwneallyaad.MU5fl.
will spread better and stick longer if giving
I just steered him into DeWitt C. GRIFFIN & JOHNS Starke
8 or 4 pounds*of soap h dissolved in one pound of Epsom salts in a Jones comet roc ,
Hardware Store Rst.a .xurlVLa
and DeWitt
60 gallons of spray material. quart of water as a drench then give uuds W road _...Ii....._ TIle
sold him a fine set for $35. Had one u. t
two to four tablespoonfuls of aromatic
Cotton farmers who have a supply .
'ei uel gb ih.iM.teuM
for $22.60 but Bill thought he'd take
1 of calcium arsenate on hand may Uller" spirits of ammonia in a quart of the best one then. He bought .,.......* oa bolh Vide,. at lhKtrtt _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
that material. Paris green may be cold water every hour until relief is a grass Wide h.... -."" HfclJ-
scythe and snath. Said he had been ding it' niiuiiniMil rinllel
with lime obtained. Ammonium carbonate in
# used but should be combined .
Bar BUM at Uw "Pin Tim"
to prevent burning. Use a pound of one ounce doses may be given in a looking for one of them scythes for and irmUht. Cratef Lin. of
I drench. two years. As we were coming away Ward are mica rubber atud
I paris green and the milk obtained The he saw one of the cane mills outside la...."kvplu UM
t from slacking 2 pounds quick lime in symptoms develop suddenly. the door. lL I'I' TfresSmile
water to CO gallons of water. There is a swelling on the left side, .
t, Jo A quick method of distributing poison just behind the last rib. When this How much fire they? sez bill. 1

is by dusting the vines with either 'swelling Is tapped with the fingersa $69.00. seas DeWitt.

lead arsenate powder calcium arsenate drum-like sound l Is produced. The I'll take one, nezs* Bill. This Is a

I or paris green. The first two animal makes efforts as attempting to good place to trade

may be applied without a filler but it vomit, endeavoring to force the gas Itetcherlife sez I. ..W': ,* ::1. ; r 1H-
Is better to thoroughly mix them with out through the mouth There is a We all trade at DeWitt C. Jones up '\ 1-J; .r" atMiles'"
in this neck of the ? woods.
from 2 to C times their bulk, of thoroughly loss of appetite; pulse is rapid; the
air-Kinked lime. Paris green breathing is increased and la very difficult Coming up some more, seas Bill.

I;. should always be combined with from due to the extreme pressure of: Bring your neighbors lieu I, ---

. ; t r: 4 to 10 times its bulk of air-slaked van upon the diaphragm and lungs. Retcheilifc' sezs.Bill. TO THE PUBLIC 42,000-pound iron ball attached. to hiss I fected cuts cuics old sores tetter, etc

: lime. These poisons can be applied The membranes of the eye are congested I ankle and slipping off a pair of iiige.i- -Adv.

by the old b jf.and pole method but a and the animal in very un A COURAGEOUS AMERICA: Mr. W. J. Bohannan of Green Coye ious German handcuffs. Before the

dusting machine will give a more rap. easy. Treatment should bo given at Springs distributor of the famousWatkins' vessel made port Mosher. was separated SEEDS

id, economical_ and even distribution once, but the services of a veterinarian The democratic! nominee is an at. products consisting of flavoring from other prisoners and manacled. Plant Martin's Hy-Test Seed for
--- should ho secured, always when tractive alert
courageous American,
j extracts spices, toilet articles Good Results
HOUGH ON TICKS possible us the bloat can be reduced of good, sturdy ancestry cleanblooded ] -
family and stork remedies etc., will
surgically in SUGAR PROFITEERS AT LAST Garden and Field Seed for Fall
severe cases and clean handed. His record of
o ._--. be in Rtoike this week. Mr. Bohannan GETTING! THEIR DESERTS Planting. Seed Oats, Rye, Kar-
demonstrations achievement
In order tD make'priutlcal is already long althoughhe
will In a few days be located in
and at the name time din.i SWAT THE TICK: is a growing man and has not yet Icy Millet. New crop Turnips!l.
J. B. Sapp's store, near the depot
Sudden in Price Leaden Cabbage Egg Plant Pepper
Drop Large ,
of Thomaxos reached the height
i abuse the minds doubting of his lIe
where his will be
goods on display.
with reference to the value of dipping The 1 Florida State Fair and Exposition makes friends quickly and holds them ,Amount on\ Hand Bought High! !leans Peas, rctatoes! and OnionS
See him if need anything in hit
vats In exterminating. cattle ticks which is to be held in Jacksonville long. His working knowledge of gov. you I /;:?ls. Largest and Oldest Established -
line. TheVatkin'lI well
Henry Knins last week hud inserted November 18 to 27, has overcome eminent is thorough. and parctical. known in this products and have are given Heavy decreases in the sugar mar ,; :Seed; House in the State.
difllcullies in the His county ket, forshadowed by movements luring SEND FOR PA IL. CATALOG
I,,, in the Madison KnterpriBO-Reeorder many successfully theory of government Is weighted entire satisfaction. 8-13-2t
an nil which rood us follows: interest and development] of the state. with common sense. His pursuit of the past few days took place Fri AND SEED SPECIALE.

WANTEIJ-To buy or borrow the Both tho federal and state governments ideals docs not volatilize his spirit /snd day. One large dealer reduced his A. MARTIN SEED CO.,
tickirst cow in Madison (county to through their live sock sanitary cause him to follow strange visions in would have done exactly as they dot I list pricve on fine granulated sugar JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

test in the new county dipping vat on officials, have come to the aid of the upper ether, to the utter disregard If he were in their shoes have from 21 cents to a fraction over 17
the been heard to quote him on the subject I cents pound, and raw soldon
my place. Will -responsible for association in safeguarding its of hU relations with other men. per sugar
cow.-Henry Rains. I rattle exhibits against' exposure to Mr. Cox: Is bound to the democratic of profleers. a basis of 13.04 cents, which wus

That ought to "fetch" the cow and the cattle fever tick, but the fair and platform] and the platform was not lie minced no words. He called 10 cents per pound less than the high

,,1 Incidentally transform one non-profi exposition! naturally must assume a drown up by him. Its moat important profiteers a "tribe of black gentry" level three months ago. A Tonic

table, ticky bovine into a thrifty great responsibility so long as the tick plank comes from President Wilson who "work more effectually against A pronounced weakness in raw sugar -

I profitable animal.-Panama City llc-a- fever quarantine holds against Duval who up to yesterday was leader of its ua than the enemy's arms." began early in last week, noticeable ,

con-Tribune. county.It policies Mr. Cox is now the leader, "It is much to be regretted," he [In future contracts on the exchange I For Women X
-- -.---- is said the people of Florida must subject only to such inheritances as added "that each state, long ere this and in | the spot market. "Second. !

l, LET NONE! OF THE IIAV CHOP GOt realize that the state fair and exposition are morally binding upon him. President has not hunted them down as pests to hand" sugar or apl'culatlve'storks,

TO WASTE will not come into its own so long Wilson did not try to name the society and the greatest enemies we have been offered for some days at 18 X
I as' the fever tick is allowed to injure candidate but he took good care that have to the happiness of America." cents per pound for fine granulated "I was'hardly able" to drag. I

The abundance! of rains during the' the cattle herds and prevent the people the candidate should l have a ready. Which of the major parties would but no weakening on the part of refiners was so weakened, writes Mrs.

r late spring and throughout the sum from introducing animals with the made platform committing him to the have accepted Gt'ol' Washington was in evidence until Friday W. P. Ray, of Easley. S. C. X

mer Insult's a large. hay crop this season breeding and quality for improving league of nations. In the fierce campaign had he come to the conventions with Holders of large stocks of sugar expressed : "The doctortreated me orabout

says State Agent C. K, McQuarrio. the storks of dairy and beef cattle.If that is now approaching! that sort of a plank the fear that they had over. two months Still Ididn't get X

Because of high prices of feeds Duval, or any other: county Cox will have full opportunity to It is not difficult to fancy certain played their market Dealers declar.1 any better. I had a large family -

,1 and increased; freight rules farmers should fail to support tick eradication champion the Wilson league and make living statesmen, patting Washingtonon ed the present weukness is due and felt I surely I must do

should make special efforts to save every the fair and exposition, of (course clear his intention, if elected to push the back and saying i of demand for r&%ned sugar free offerings something to enable me to take X

a; pound of forage they can. is adversely affectt-d. the treatry through the senate exactly "Your plank is just the thing, Mr. from all parts of thexworld care of my little ones. I had

'! There are thousands of tons of excellent Florida agriculture which must include as desired by President Wilson. Washington the very thingl But can and a feeling of unrest throughout the heard of X

hay allowed to go to waste in ImlrOved live stock will likewise The campaign! will hinge more or less we afford to antagonize ?" trade. Lack of demand indicates that

t _1 Florida every year through failure to be held buck so long as the cat. upon that one question The demo- And Washington probably would heavy purchases early in the season

cut it at the proper stage, and the use tie tick Is not eradicated. The favorable crats who so! strongly supported the have stopped them light there and I were not entirely for immediate con- X

t of improper methods of curing. Na. dcvision of the state's high courts league and fastened it in the platform answered: "We can afford to take gumption. CARDUI

tive crabgross/ and Mexican (clover in this connection is encouraging to will demand from Mr. Cox an any stand! that's right!"-Tampa -- ----- -.----

I or J pursloy as some farmers call it, all interested In making the'fair and early and unequivocal declaration of Times. Notice of Flnt Mevttnz of Creditor.In . I X
make good hay, equal if not superior exposition a greater asset to the peo his position Other democrats who -. -- -- the Dlntrict Court of the Unili-d 8tatt

C to any imported! from northern states. pie of the state.Exhibitors fear the election may be'lost if the BAD\ !MAX OF A. E. F. BROUGHT I fur the. Southern DiMtrlct of Florida. In Bunk I 'The X

r These crops should be cut 'in the' of cattle from other Wilson league be too much emphasized BACK TO :SERVE :SENTENCENew : ruptcy.In the matur of H. J, Leverett. of Worth. Woman's Tonic

blooming stage; lo not wait until theN states look upon Florida as dangerousto will be content if Gov. Cox will ,imrum Hprmm. Florida In the county o.
N seed! heads begin forming. At the their cattle because of the tick subordinate the league question. From York, Aug. 12.-Private John Bradford. Dmtriot, aforesaid bankrupt. "I 1 decided to try it," con- X
Nullce ia hereby given that
; blooming stage the nutrition is well quarantine, The presence of the cat. the opposition will come onslaughts ]\IaHher. "bad man" of the A. E. F., 11)20. the said debtor was duly on adjudued AuRiMt. bankrupt 7th tinues Mrs. Ray . "1 took
distributed through the entire plant' tie fever tick must be understood by the under a 99 year sentence for killing an and that the liNt meeting of hi.creditor
on which
Gov. Cox will be will be held in the office of the referee. Law eight bottles in aU . I regained X
and then Is the) best ime o cut hay. more of the people that they may called upon to meet. It Is inevitable American arrived here today on the Exchange Building In the city of Jaokaonvllle. my strength and have
Many farmers make the mistake ofcutting know what its eradication means to I the prohibitionists should attack transport Pocahontas en route to Fort !Duval county Florida, on Auit. {7th. 1020 at

d too, ,much hay at once. They the development of Florida. I that.... Cox. bir. I--- "n. -I__...... Leavenworth to serve his sentence. 10 clock attend. a, m.. at which their time paid creditoramay had no more trouble with wo- X
jLfi g mi IIMQ tu uujrstarted prove clainu. appoint, atrunt manly weakness. I have ten
4 wait until they think its ripe appearance the preliminary;: bombardment..1 Compilation of Mosher's record, examine the bankrupt, and tran.aet
which reads like that of a dime novel auch other huHlntva aa may properly; enme be.for. children and am able to do all
harvesting then cut
justifies and
But the liquor controversy Is not laid ",....Un..
y the entire prop) at one time, leaving it FARMER BROWNHey properly a national question and it began before the war when he emerg- Jacksonville .'1... Auir. 14. 1920. I I my housework and a lot out X

1 lying on the ground, exposed 1 to hot should l not be thrust into the from a western penitentiary conceal- MORGAN F. JONES doors I can sure rcom-
there boy. Is this Former presidential ing his criminal and the It. lief..* In Bankruptcy "
sun and very often to winds and rains.Material . struggle. It should be left to the past joined | mend Cardui.
Drown's fish ? I X
left thin does not make camp army in Denver. Thereafter it was a The Quinine That Does hot Affect. The
way states as It U properly matter Head I
It it is. The that fried a (8n. Take Cardul today. It !
I may
suppose man job for one clerk to keep track of his
Brraun ... '
high-grade foragp. In our Florida cerning the and good order of of Its tonic find I. effect LAXA
climate hay should not be left lying the fish they called Brown. local peace entrance and exit from guard houses I 1l\ C.: HKOMO QUININE (Tab at.) can 1 bo taken | be lust what yod need. X
communities. We should hate to' by anyone without cauninil .
Did leave tend the oervounor..orrinNln6
in they you to and military prisons. Equipped witha I In tho bead. At all druggists.
j the sun for long periods.In see the destiny of the United States i E.W.GRUtESWluaturauabox.; We
camp! knowledge] of German from his Austrian (
cutting hay the mower should be affected by a quarrel Americans Bata
Why no, BOil II. You see, I have among and shrewd work-' :
parentage a
Rub-My-Tism is
started as soon a* the dew has dried on the question. of regulating] a powerful antlsep-
and not stopped until noon, ordinarily. been out there sitting on a log and I preventing the drinking of liquor.- ing knowledge of jail breaking Private ||! tic; it kills the poison caused from in ,
This cutting should lie, raked up heard them talk and thought I'd just Washington Post Mosher was sent to Europe. Af- ',

', el into windrows) or made lnM small wait around, and see if they left some --. ter the armistice his unit went to Cob-I[,
l I cocks the same afternoon. The follow remnants. I found a big pan of fish WHAT WASHINGTON lens with the af'my of occupation but I'
ing day these cocks should be opened all hot and nice. I heard 'em talk SAID the lure of travel called him again 'I

I out, but not too thin and on the second about half a bushel of sweet potatoesall ABOUT PROFITEERS"Let and he continued on into Austria absent I' GENER LINSURANCEHAR'OLD
in the ashes, so when they went without leave. '
be made intolarger
r alt evening; they should vigorous be
out on the lake to fish I just naturally measures adoptedto An American sergeant Harry
t rocks say three or four times C.
Carrl WALL
I punish speculators and extortioners.
the original size. Those larger crocks came down to keep the hawgs from was sent after him. The two '
i No punishment [In
I coming down and eating all the grubup. : my opinion Carr was shot to death. Then the civil
be left in the field I for a week ortwo
can Is
, too great for the man who can I'
they never thought about authorities of the village arrested STARKE FLORIDAFIRE
1f : they should be well
tu'cessnry the hawgs.I build his greatness upon his (''ountr1I1ruin. I
p1 'e I made, tapering off at the top) so! as to ." him for assaulting an officer. lie was
see. 'So they out thel ake'? LIFE BONDS
shed rain. are on brought to Coblcnz courtmartialed AUTOMOBILE
might Jubl't'n said this
If barn room 1 is available, all this I see. So they are out on the lake'? and sentenced to 99 years for killingCarr.
by who had
Say, boy you don't expect to eat all With Sergeant Baylis a cell-
material should be hauled to the barn I
z just paid :28! cents for a pound of'sugar. -, .
and put In the .mow"where it will undergo the potatoes you've piled' around your But, in reality. It was none other .Ynate, he escaped, made a weapon of -.
? wood which looked like p.stol and B. O.
sweat Sweating does not 'e PAINTER FERTILIZER
a 1 Soy boss, I only took part of them than George: Washington who said it. lived robbing COMPANY
damage hay Oil the other hand the ; for some time they by JACKSONVILLE.
Leading statesmen who like to
lots more In the ashes, FLOKII
he arrested and
travelers. Again was
best cured hay has undergone a good COMPLKTB FERTILIZERS
quote Washington that he
as proof
i How about the fish? Export to getaway this time placed aboard the Pocahon FERTILIZER

r Pile. Cured In 6 to 14 Days i with all that Colds Cause Urtp end Influenza I tas to be returned to America. On MATERIALS PPBAYERSINSECTICIDES.

n DniBilliiU refund money If PA7O OINTVF.NT fails Well, boas, seeing that I haven't LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: Tabbu UMCHUM. the trip across the ocean he demon !
))7 3lm I ltn or Pnxrurt'nA' Pilot.lummitlv had fish and sweet this remove of f
to euro ltcMna,1111n4 : any potatoes strated his mastery of the devices

rrllmm*.'* +.{ U It.'liu. ..:,I'u.'_.1K, and:')' .":'.itenuuikiwi :. i l! year. I low I might make them all look .CKJS Then: .ii'iirwnaUut aly UM Bronxi Jl.. Qutalaa'Lw restraint by wriggling free from a Wril.f..f.t_.PrI_....... 1f.! ...(::1......._.... .rt_.d.n1.U..w't qu1ISy



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EUROPE IN A MESS for Lake Butler, where she will visit "Well," she replied, "I just want to anything only] lie down and sleep." Warrant Issued _...._._.M._ 1.110 Mr*. Eli. Hill ... ._. ._._ .0

I relatives and friends. caution you to exercise care when doing Why, IV* had that disease for the 1.I.n. Atlvuat 1. 1020 .-._ ___., U2.S7 Mr*. Joaephln Roaler _. ___._ 1.1'0 I
Europe has become Mrs. Manly Luck and children 111.'Pe N S Mr. Henry. __. .__ _
two u
BB a"IFt "
It ]looks your work: All my floors are last twenty years! exclaimed the first Halance July 1, ..?.? 117.57Rocrit.t. J. I Duke -.n _' _.-:.__ 1.10
mad house. When the European Evelyn and Howard, who have been highly polished and in perfect condi speaker; "but this is the first time durlnar month ::_.._.= 474 I Marrl BrownlnrMra. ___u. ._____ tOO.

signed a treaty of peace they visiting friends here, have returnedto tion." Warrant Issued __-__--.__.... S 50 Ellaabth Walker _._. '
I've .o
nations ever heard its narne.-London
__ .. .... .
8.1."e August 1. 1D20 __ 818 (1 II
clearly defined the limit of Poland. their home at Green Cove Springs. "Oh, don't worry about me lippin Tit-Bits. l.t"e N. r Total .._.__._._____...
the Poles wanted more. They occupied -- - ]lady. I've cot nails in me shoes." Balance July. 3. _._.._??._ 181.10 Fin and Kartell.."."d :
But of Russian S 505 Reeelpta durlua: month ._..._........ ,.55warrants W. W .BalndVn rtiaed at Jail -.-.__ .
an area territory UIAIFoni) S. . SchoolOn .Issued ....-......,._._.. ( (A 91'. W. Baladrn waahlnc at Jail 10
linnet equal to Poland in extent. Why First Hay in '..I.n. Aucuat 1. 1520 .._...._._ 1115 18IM.trirl V J. Epperaon fdlna prlont 1TT".I

did not the nations of Western ,' Bradford, Aug. 13.-Rev. J. T. n rtr i 27 the first day of I school In an Ohio 11.I.n. July 1. into ._N_*_. __*__.?.. 117Keceipta 191 ._________ ( ."

rope forbid this T They had fixed Barnes filled his regular appointmenthere KT had a little Ford, town the teacher of the first grade duajnv ffnonth u___._._. 411Warranta --- -
Poland EU.1 I' laaued ... ._ _____ S SOBalanr STTfK-B'OF ELECTION:
was as 4 she YY the of her -- -
boundaries was securing
Saturday and Sunday. very was names pu Aua-uat 1. 1VCO ....__-?... SIS.17Illntriel WHEHF.AS. Th. l.rlnlatur* of 101. under
bound by their act as Russia I "'. II.- Harrell, Willard Raburn, and A ride a day afFORDed EE pils. N.. ( the) (.n tltulinn of 1HKI. of th of

Would they have sat quietly by and Rand Crews spent the week-end with And sights; 2! 'a.t her II. She came to one )'ollll'ster'holle. '. 1.1.h. July. 1. 1VZO __...____ __. _. SS t 14 Florida, did paa* on. Joint Resolution pro.poamr .
riurlnit month _ 10.28 an amendmvnt the Conatitution of
? -- ,
permitted Russia to invade Poland ? I I relatives inn Jacksonville.Mr. father was noted for hi. profanity, Warrants. laaued ..__.._ A. ..-- a M the State of Florida and th. same was _-

Then why did they sit quietly by and and Mrs. Lee HarreU, of Jacksonville -' All the JJ did NV her and said: "What is your name ?" I i Balance August I. 120 . .. ._.. (1879OUIrtrt to by. a vot of I".tl' of all the
N I* her elected to .. that th. vote on
permit Poland to invade Russia TIn spent last week here visiting And often tried 2 TT. "Bobbie Hughes," was the! reply I .I.n. July 1. 1PCI1 ......__?. said Joint Resolution wer* entered upon their

this war the Poles are the ag- relatives and friends.W. But KT spumed tht'lrIT! talk "Po you know your a-b-c's ?" i"Hell i kern ;.'. durlnamonth --.....__- ills reie tlv. Journala. with the yeas and nay
Warrant. ___.__......_ An did determine and dimeSthat
lanued tt thereon and they
called five n
And them NMEE. been here
rrcsgors and are absolutely unjustified J. Ward and left Friday noj; I've only] Balance Auirnat I. 120 _._._-... 199.71 the said Joint Revolution b* .ubmll"
in their demands." They will Tor Waucnula and will make their minutes! was the astonishing an rtlntrlrt N. l> to the elector of th* Rtat at th 0".1

whatever home there. KT says that Fords XL swer.-Everybody's Magazine. Balance. July 1. 1H20 ..-__..._.. SO ItS r.lorllon: tn November. 120.
deserve no sympathy hap- I Recelpta during month ......_...... ((04Warranta NOW. TMERKFORB. .. II. Clay. CRAWrOltn. .
pens. But the nations of Western Mrs. W. W. Raborn, of Jacksonville\ And she is very YY Imued __ ._... ......._... Recretary. of State of th* Btat ofMiirlila

Europe are inimical Russia and not Is spending a few days here with rel]. Says they R EZ 2 UU lulL OP COMPLAINT 1'.I.n. Annual I. mo -._.-____. 111.09 d hereby pies nolle thtC.ENKRAL a
In th. Circuit Court of Florida.Mirhth IllMrtrt N.. ICI.F.CTIONwill
without reason. Aside from the ques- atives. And she does not tell lies.Barlow Judicial ("*reuU. Bradford ,1.I.n. ,11. 1. IHIfo ___._.I-?.__ tSt PSrlecelpt .be beld In each county. In FI..rld '

of morality involved in their Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baxter, of Alach. Record. County. In Chancery.J. .." month ............. '..1SWarranta Tuedy next aueeeedinr the first InNovrmlwr .
tion permitting C. Adkjna Complainant.n lanuecl _____ . ._ _.. ( SO ,. I). IVilO th* acid, 1d. be.Inir .
Poland to seize territory Jhey I ua, were guests Sunday of Mr. and S. . n. 1.I.n. August 1. 19CO _________.-_ 512.55tlrht the
by the treaty said the was not Mrs. C. M. Andreu. A I .."d.r Graham Jamea Na. IDflalanc SECOND nAY OF NOVEMBER
hud The Way to Treat 'em I.. Gait Pamurl l-ane D.M..I. ____ ___. of th aaldJoint
'I C. i. July 1. 1/ SO ... HI OS fur the ratification or rejection *
entitled to why did they not foreseethe Reand Mrs. J. W. Woods attended ............ .1, R. Karl J. C. h.l. durinr month ._ ..... ... ..fnWarranta Keaolutlon: propoainr an aniltnent. .
result that was reasonably sure to church here Saturday. Pat was relating the circumstancesof F.die. T. W ritu. John R. Earl laaued __u..._ __ __ ._.. Son to th* Conatitutinn, of th. Rial Florida'
C. A. Barry of Jacksonville a hold up in which he had been relieved Jr.. Thai Kntiert*. W. R lane .I.n. Auiruat 1. 1D20 _._____.__._. 1I1..8 ..
follow ? I spent .nit Francl I. McCall. Prfendanta. N :. IA RESOLUTION Propoelnir an
without declaration of the week-end at the home of Kir. and of $3.45. "And the felly sez tome Balance July 1.11t.._-.-.....__ . SH9.49 JOIN Section S of Article IX of th*
Russia any Mrs. O. W. Barry.A set he, 'Is that all you've got ?' It appearing l"y sworn Mil filed In th. above ..1"'. durlnir month ...*_...-- SI_ORWarranta ('"".Ul'h.n of the H'",. of Florida lUlatlnc
war. They were assisting the Russian 'No sec I 'I have dollar bill raw* that the reeidence. uf the ahov named Issued] .._.. -_.__. .. 05.95itatsur. to Taxation and \'In.n.
8 who were opposing the BoUhivId. chicken pilau and musical] was ,' just wan defendant and each. of tliem. ia unknown : Allvunt 1. 1DSO ..-___.. KA .Oil Be I Reaolved by the 1.1.I..tu.) of the ;
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. left. 'Give it 1o me,' sen he. Tell]] and each. of them tiding over the sirs of twen Ill.tHrt N* :. State or.110. t
They had good reason for oppos- with ye,' set I. 'It's only this fewda.s ty-one years It !I. therefore ordered that Balance July. 1. 1920 ___._._.._..__ 1 SI 'Ihat, 1"1.ln. amendment la Reetlo .
ing the Bolshevik! but Russian opposition H. Harrell .Thursday night in honorof saul defendant and each of thrm. be and Receipt durinr month .--.._......_ 1 S7W'arranta < of Artlrt rf ConstitutIon of the {\
crumbled and all foreign Mr. and Mrs. Lee HarreU, of Jack. ago that 1 sea to myself that I they arr heritiy. required to al'l.rar to the 1.,1 ___.._...*.....*.. SOBalance R1t of lorida relaltnr to taxation and finance tI
to them sonville. would give in to no more of thim prof. Hill of Complaint filed In .a1d cause on or before 1. ItO ..__n.u 2 ItS I la hereby. atrreed to and ahall aubmilted t
troops except the Japanese were Monday. the Sth day nf N..m...... 1920. "Io..e N.. IIUlnno to the elector of the alat for adon- .
Poland found herself at A large crowd of friends and relatives iteers. An' with that I knocked him otherwlae the all.tiatlon of said lul.f\ complalnt July. I, ................. 1R 42Iteceipta lion or rejection at the next renrral election '
withdrawn. were present and each reportedan down and give him a kick in the jaw will I* taken a* confessed. by. Maid defendant during month ...-...*._._. I OR h..1) hereafter, that la to say that J,
war with a power many times stronger an' walked off and left him layin *, Warrant Issued ........ -. __..._ iso lion, Article 9 of the Constitution. of "
than she was and the result is her enjoyable time. It ta further nrdtred thai thla order .be nubllahed Balance Atuiuat I. I9CO ... .__ __._. M,ttItlntrirl State of Florida b* amended seed "
There will be cemetery workingat there. But he didn't get me other dollar ] once a week for twelve consecutiveweeka N.. 17Balance follow, t
overthrow.Now a bill." In the. Bradford County Telcrraph.. a July I. 1P2A ..__.._..____ ". S5 fl..n., The rlalature .11 ha<' d'.
Bradford 'cemetery Thursday August newwpaper I'utillahed In ..Id county and ."ta.Thla Kevelpta dunn month .-___..h_ irtunWarranta .., .. for Issuing bonds only.
what is Western Europe to 19th. Everyone interested try S. . 10th day. of Aucwt, A. I). i920 lanuwl .--..... _____ .__ S SO for the 1.purlHiaa of re|>ell1nr Invanlon or aupprenlnr -
do ? If nothing but the fate of Poland ]- W. T. WFEltli.I llalanc Aurunt 1. IPCO .._ __ ._ ((1511Illetrirt Inaurrectlon or for th. 1'.1_* of ,
and be present. Cat (fIoo.1)) Clerk Clrrull Court.By N IS redeemlnr or relundlnr I ton,!. already
involved it should do nothing .
were --. ----. C .A. KNIGHT. nverdraft. July. I. 1920 .............. (( SOReeelpta surd at a 1 lower rat of I Interval, or for t' I
for the Poles acted in defiance of "Well, Mrs. Gadby, you have been I S-lH-lHt-11-t Deputy ('1 rk. durinr month ....._...... S4 S7Warranta purpoae of anqutrlnr.' bullillnir. and . ,
which the nations of Wes WOODLAWN visiting in our little city several weeks lanueil __._.*.__ S. MO..rdr.t "fair a .y-..m..f rood road and brltlre 't\
the treaty : NOTICE OF APPIICATION FOR TAX DEED Aumn-t I. ISIS _.- __ ____ (4.U9Illnlrlrt tltnuiirhout, this State under such rerulatlonaa
tern Europe must respect unless they now; how has it impressed you ? L'NDrN PrCTION S7ft OK THE No. 19 may lie 1..1. by an Act of th* IrInlalurei -

call it a of But the entente Woodlawn, Aug. 13.-Mrs. D. B. "Oh, it is a splendid place to come i .F.NrHAL STATUTES lalanee July. 1. "20 _____._.h. __. 11.ID . .. any. bond Inane au.thoriaed .
scrap paper. Browning is upending the week in Hereby. notice I. given that Alderman ..ndFul..h. Receipt durinr month .._.__ ..___. f SflWarrant In put-nuance hereof for a system ofuiHid i'
nations are in danger. With Jacksonville with her daughter Mrs. to when I want to wear out a lot of iiurrhaaera of tan aale eertineatna numbered I..u'....__........... ... ( SO niada and. brlditea .h.1 nn acd la
Poland conquered there is no telling old clothes." nvixYllvely ri2 and 2..fI. .Ixurd hy the Balance 1. 1920 ......_....... I." amount five (SI per rent 1..1 tax an.aennment .
W. C. Valencia. tax colli-etor of Bradford ('.."nl,. ",...1.' N.. nf the, atat at the tlm of laau. ,-
what soviet Russia would do next. Miss Fannie Crews of the Vanderbilt 5SS said eertlflratea% briny dated July. Balance July 1 1. IVIfl ...-2__._--_.. 191.01Itiicelpta I The vote caat In compliance. with aalqt'eotHiaed t
But what can they do ? They could and Auvu 6th, "'IM. rrwlteetlvelv$ FI..rld.1 durlnv month ......-...... .4( amendment and the .."... declaration ) I
section spent the week-end with So. WhatV the UM! aald' certinratea. In my. office ana 10. Warrants laaued __.._,.-...-..-._-- I SO and return thereof ahall .IV subjected
not send troops over the Baltic in sufficient her uncle J. L. Catkins. aiiitllratlon for lav deed to Iset,. In aeeordanrewith . 1.I..h. Auiruat 1. 11)20 ...__....._._. 1I7.8H I to the aame reaulatlona and realrlcllona aaar
numbers to meet the situation. Weep, and you're called a baby, law.Raid lll.lrirl N.. IIMalanre provided .liy law for general election Idhr

The blockade of Russia would be the Iva Thompson, of Jacksonville is Laugh, and you're called a fool.Yield ......111.$ .'.. veapectlvely. emhraeMi. thfollowing Ju1> 1. 1 '20 _.,.._ 1 i 41Oct'Ii't. *. Rfale of F..rd. I'
the guest: of his parents Mr. and Mrs.S. 'land In Bradford County.. Florid.. ', .. durinr month ----....-..... H.O.I () WIIKIIFOP
blockade of a country infinitely better week.Mrg. and you're called a coward aaftraaed at the date of the lanuane. rf anehcertificate I Warrant Issued _u__._-_._.--_ 4.11llalanee 1 1 liv* hereunto *et my barfand I
II. Thompson this Stand mule. In the hereinafter __ . affixed the Great Heal oflfAI.
supplied with food than they are. An and you're called a namea reanertlvrly Auiruat I. 1020 KB.78Dlnlrlrl )
S. J. Starling is on the dick particularly. aet forth to-wit I I N*. II | .) the, Rlat of Florida' at Tallalmaae )-
attempt to send troops through Germany list this week. Smile, and they'll call you silly, Certificate No. 212 emhrarM. the NorthraatQuarter Balance July. 1. ItO .....__...._..__ 1494 *. the Capital, this th. 'i
would be a confession that Germany Frown and they'll call you gruff. of Southeast Quarter, except IN acrea, INTetpta durinr .._.__. -_... 24 OSWarranta twenty-elrhth day. of July A
Little Stafford Valencia] of Jacksonville Put on a front like millionaireAnd RFC 84 Tp 1, B. H. 22 E.. C2 arrea, araeaaedI'nknown. lnm.d _________----. .h_ V HOtlalimce I> 110.
had a right to send troops thru i spent ]last week here with his a Auiruat 1. 1920 ....__u..__. 151 II. CLAY CRAWPORD.
Belgium. But could they send troops some onc'll call your bluff. C,'rtiHralr No. 2"R ..mlrac... the Wept Half Dl.trirl Nn. tSBalance 5.5.llt-10.2l.( Secretory of Blal.
] grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Coopersville (Mich.) Observer of Weal. Half of Northwest Quarter North. July. 1. 102(1! .n__ _ _u flioiftItecetpta
through Germany ? It is reasonably Browning. He was accompanied on east Quarter of Northcant Quarter of NorthweSt durinr month ......_.n___. 78 4S rOMMIRRIONFRS* SAlE
certain that the Germans would resist his C SC Quarter A Fait Half of Routhrant Quarter Warrants laaue l ._n_____ __..__ R DO and byvirtu .
his return Saturday by grand of N..h.1 Quarter of N..h..1 Quarter Balance Aurunt 1. 1920 .._____. _.__ Hereby nollee I I. riven that under
Russia have
and let the troops of ft'o. of *nlered -
mother. !Sent It Home F.ant Half of Niiltheaat Quarter ofBouthiiaHt TllnlHrt N.. 24Balance ,.1 thai certain tIre partition' f,
free access through their country. The Walter Wilkerson the week Quarter of Northwtat Quarter ANorthwMit July. I, 1H20 ___u_ -..._. 11113 iSlt.p..Iitc In the rl",1 Court for ",."n.eI.(22ndday nun.ty.
result would be a war along the spent Over the Garden fence the conversation Quarter of Nortlicaat'. Quarter of d.rl"" month _._.___._..... 1 flB Stale nf 1".11.. In Chancery, .. for
; end in Jacksonville with his brother had suddenly Burned acrimonious. flout ..t Quarter of Northweat. Quarter A Warranla tanned _____._--............ 9 97 of .. l>. 1111$. In an .I..n Ii. "1
Rhine with Russia and Germany on Foster Wilkerson.A Mouth Half of Houthraat Quarter of Norlhwe It..l.h. A.u.. 1. 1K20 _._._h. . .. ISStlIllntrlrl liartltlon therein pending wherein I.
one side and England] and France on .t Quarter A North,ant Quarter of Norlhet N.. MBalance WI.I..I la complainant' and C. N. "old.) 1 1h".nll. ,
large; crowd enjoyed a social at "An' if yore boy 'Erbert ties any *. Quarter of Nonhweat Quarter A Waat July 1. 11120, .__ _ It IIINierlpta and wife f>ov. "nl .1..hl.. Allkl.. anahunliand. '
the other and worse still England the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Manning Half of Rotithcaitt Quarter of Nnrthweat Quar. durinr month .__.._._._.. 19.SflWarrant II A. Keraey II. I.l-r i
would be busy in Ireland. in EA'yptand it bring farewell more cans to our pore dog's; tall, was ler of Northweat. Quarter A Went Half olRotithfant laaued, .._ ._ .._..._____ 27.60 Jamea Kerney ,. II.h.,1. Holder, and j-
a Holder
Saturday !Mrs. Moggins stern ultimatum "e'll]] Quarter of Rotithwi Quarter olNorthwent Balance AuruM 1, 1920 fto. and wife. Addle I .
-- "- th
France be *
in India while would defendant
party to Mr. and Mrs. Browning Quarter. II..... II. T... S. R. R 22 Itlntrirl N;: I i"-- wife, Morenee Holder .
Var about it that's all. an' foraale
fighting in Asia Minor. Al Hh is could left for Plant City Thurs. Oh per. E.. 102 1-g Arrea. aanexaed' J. t>. Hlltlirandt.ITnltan Balance July 1, 11120) ...?..??..... tIles umlnralirned aa commUalimara will offer InHlarke.
have been by requiring the :, as they haps you've done wiv that saucepanwot acid certificate ahall lie redeemedarcordlriK 1teelpt duriny month _. _. ___n'__ at the front door .of' tl. .nllrio''..
prevented day, where they will make their future borrowed last !Monday." In law, tax dreri will Inane thereonon Warrants lanued .__n....._........ 411 I Bradford. County, .the M".c.
Poles to accept boundaries that had home. you the nth: day. ..f Heptemlier, A. D 1120. Balance Auirunt I. 1920 .._.. ..__.__.. CM 4HItlnlrlrt Ito Slh day of lbit.nIrr. 1"21. same the
been assigned to them.-Tlme .Vnion. 'Erbert." asked Mrs. Grubb shrilly Wilma my official .t..h.. ..... and veal this Na. 17 Inr a h>ral ..1.! d.y of ..1 .o.rt. during to th.

Miss Elva Starling: of Jacksonville, "wot 'uvc you bin doin to Mrs.Moggins' the 10th day. of Auiruiit A II. 11120 Balance July) 1. 11120 .. _._ _..__n SI ORHicelita li'iral hour nale. cash will yell Iand tbajfollirwlnr I
-. spent Sunday here with relatives.Uev. W. T, WEEKS.i.rk d.rh, ,, month' .___-.- ... 24 S4W'arriinui hl"h.t and brat bidder for . and IMMInr J
RAIFORD filled ; dog? ( of the Circuit (Court Kradford County.. Inatied ,...-...-...___ _..__. 4 80llnlnncr ihwrllwd r .1 l enlate' lylnr to-wit .' .
L Norris of LaCrosse, Nothin mal" replied the small]] boy, Florida. > Auirunt 1. 1020 .____._..--. 102 SO .In 1..1.< Cnunly., "1..11.. of North.went : I
his appointment at Heilhronn church Raiford Aug. 13.-Katy Lou Den- unblushingly 8-m.r.t-ti.lo. Deputy Clerk July 1. 1020 u.nn_.._. 141 Sunday. "Ttyro! said his mother trium - month .__ __...... SA !*. In Thwnehln 1..h nmiin. lianr '
: u. 210 feet,
mark returned to her home in States. J. S. Norman was a business visitorto phantly. "An' returned sauce NOTICF OF APPIICATION Foil TAE flFKIUNDrU ) Warrant* ....In" _n__ .____ .u_... ( SOUalanrie ..n'.1". East thence North Kiiiilh' I III feet, .
boro Ga,, after spending several delightful Raiford Saturday. you er rlrtTKIV ITfl Of 111Kf.E7'JiltAl. Auirunt 1. 1020 _______.. 1SHHlllnfnrt I hence East, SIlt: f-et. thence of .,
feet to ,IMilnl
pan yesterday, didn't you dear? ; RTATI'TFHHereby ; No. thence W al fill" 1."lnnl. .
weeks here with Pcila Whit- Mrs. M. D. Carter is veiling relaitives "Sent it buck by 'er dog!" said 'Er not ce la diem thai A, A. Fillrhpurrhaner llalnnre July I. 11120 u_ _,___ n_' 1/111 <7 I and' colilalnlnir Hire. ... inor'; or !l.s. I

in St. Augustine this \\'fOrk.E. of tax aale certificate. niimliemi KfHiclpt durinr month __n.u._... 1 SflWarranta .1. M. Al.VAllI JR 11'1;
ten.Mr. M. Whitten w.kfor b'rt.-Ollal/'e (la.) News reflectively C2lt and 232, Untied Ity. the Ta. .Inatird _.___. _____uu... 4,20llalnnr I .1, W, AN"'WI.' I
Mrs. W. were
and Kite l\IId l family ]left last . Collector of ftrailford County, Florida ..Id Aurunl I. 1U20 __n_..___? l (l 12tllntricl R. A Commissioner
visitors to Jacksonville Friday. Jacksonville to make their future S. certificate. helnic, ...1.'.. July 2nd.. IHI7 .lois N*. I* R-fl-BI-9-ll A*
Mrs. W. W. Price of Jacksonville, Too Hot to Mote flli'd .Id errtlfldiitiia In my .."1.. and .ha. Balvnrv J.I. I. 1D20 ._ ._ .. .441 -.__. __ _.. -- ,
home. _ _ made application for taa; deed to .lee... In .... 1(.>ci tile durinr month _._........... : OF OIJAKIHAN SAtE
is the guest of Mrs. A. D .Andrews. "I have changed my mind about goIng ; ....rel.h.lh. \ law Warrants Inniird, .___u_._ _......... i OflBrtlunc .." .. del hereof I. -he un.hrtvuel .
Rance Andrews spent Saturdayand Raid' certificate rmiwctlvcly embrace, the Auirunt 1. 1020 ..-...-....... Ourdlan .., Lola I'arrlsll and Malthcw 1 (
A LEOPARD CANNOT to Arizona for a vacation, said following, land. In ltraiir.ird County. I-lorltla' . lll.trlrt No. 4.1 "'...I.h. minor helri of Matthew r.rrlh.
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and IA Al Meterhofer a few days ago. "I .....**.d at the data nf the Uauance of .".h ".1.1. July 1. lll'.lll I S . Oeo. A.
Mrs. J. T. Andrews, of Lake Butler. certificate In th. name rcMpertlvely. $ herein ,llpei'lpla durinr, month _.___........ 9 ..0W..h" rii...*. will eVilly to In of Io.r.hl. rwunly.rlorlda. .
received a ]letter from a friend there alter particularly set fort to-wit : ___......_. .. 00 I tiarillnur. loulily Judire It."o.d .. .
is the I..d --- .. at private
Mrs. Jones of Jacksonville the other day and in an effort- to Know Certificate No. S2K embrace* S A In RW Balance Aurunt 1, 1K20 ____.__...._. ".1. for an order to each of self ,.j I
guest of relatives and friends here CHANGE ITS SPOTS ('... of Routhweat Quarter of RnutheaM Quarter. Auruit 10 1920. I IBRAfifOfin the one-ninth undivided) Ihl..t .
how hot it he wrote 'Saw dog I II,. fullowlnir . ) lanilaItiiale
was : a Hec 14. ". II, H. It. 22 P.. S Acre. *, a.ares.d .- rOI'NTV, 1 1HTATE minors' In and 1 In .. ,1
this week. In llrailfurd Coull.. towlllrlolilheaat I
chasing a jack rabbit and they were ITnfcnown. ) iriRIDA. ,I .I..rl., Quarter, .
Loca Anderson who has been attending both walkinjll'Ilinonk ((111.) News- Certificate No. 21)2 embrace*. Northweat I h,...fl certify that, the, ftr.vtlng atatotment quarter of Qlartr.H.cllfl .
of Hnulheest
.., ... and Houthweat Quarter
Gainesville has Quarter Rontheaat Qu. .. He*. 2ft. Tp. I. of lu-eelit| and of '
school in returned
Tone"MaD Herald. S. R 22 Kant 40 aero*. ...._..eI Unknown. the fund. of Bradford ... 11.,1. 'Ii I 1121) anil Nortljweat quarter of N..h lJ 1,
home. Mr. Dodaon, the "Liver l>nli na said .,..1111..1... ahall '1.. roilfcmedaccordinir of July.' IK20.. I I. true and cuirrmit to the I I.o.t quarter, 1..I..n ( III. Townlili 11. I Il.h"
SSSS to law, tax eI...... will laaua thereonon I ) ... ," 120 aerea, more Ij
moved 111.
Johns and tiellefK.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren the Treacheryof brat of my knowledv '
Tells .
the l8.h day. of Reitemlier. A. II 1020. ,.. three, ... In til* Northeant corner
Monday to Whitten's still.]] Calomel. Wajft of Women Wit h.... my official niu-nature and ...1 this Kinicrlnlemlent, : II. "II'I'F.I.I.. .(. ." of Northeast' Quarter, Hectltin (111.) Town
Mrs. W. M. Graham of Jacksonville "Women the 10th day. of Auirunt. A. I). 1020. I'ull. hip' (". '(.h". 19.Thla . .
are .
queer. the Kind day of July. 1920MUM. 1
the of her parents MOI.I.IR I'AIIRISII
was guest "What now ? Clerk ..r the Circuit Court Bradford County MONTH KNKINO: Al'ti InSG.n.aI
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews, duringthe You know "I've seen my wife let down the Florida.R Fund (uardlan for Lola" and Matthew I'arrlah. Minor t 1
loBes a day 721BtSIO.NOTM .
Calomel you < *1) Py C, A. KNIOTIT. ___ 10 00 *
Amanda Tlioma, *. ,
week. what calomel i.. It's mercury I quirkliver. folding bed and then look under it fora S13Bt10. Deputy. Clerk. I .. II M McKnlrht pauper do ..u_u__ .. S 00 4Me. -- -..-. -- ",

E. M. Johnson, of Jacksonville, was .. Calomel ia dangerous. It possible burglar."-Louisville Cour Nancy Connor do ..._.___n___.... sot) K OF Ai'1I.II'ATONPOH TAX TUB DEED 1
I bile like dynamitecrarapiiig OF ELECTION Bnnni Hyal do __._ ._ S no IINIIHJ MIt TIllS 111 OF .
visiting here Sunday.Mrs. crashes into sour ier-Journal. NOTICE -- ---- -- u. I I ..r'Mr It A I. I ,.
Calomel 1. C. F. Hoover, of Rtarkc. Florida, Martha Hlirra do u u __ 2 (I'MU. "T"TI'11 ,
mayor '
of and .Ickenlng you. Il.r'by I I W. Muore "'
little daughter none
Fiench and be S. . hy virtue of tlia authority. veated. In me bylaw . ,. II*".' do __ ._.__ .--.__..- I'O'Mnr.ln "
Jacksonville, are.guests of Mrs. T. B. attack the bone and should never do hereby. call an election to I be held ., Hunter do _.____ _.___ .__.__ 4.00FllaaIeth pure-lianer, of. tax sale e.ertlllraliia ""n.I..1 Ii fret..rtiw'iy
Into ayate m.When tiers Too! Hunter du .__ .. 4 OttWarren t4ll and 10 1..u..0 by the Tat
Handley.Mr. put your I, the Town Hall In th aforesaid town, hy thqualified h. C-olli'Ctor of Bradford. :. l rkirlila, aalilrertlllealni
fwl bilious, sluggish constipated voter therein on Kemey do .-___ .u_ ... __ COO .UII" .
and Mrs. Will Roberts and two and you all knocked out and believe Our platform: More fish In the Illinois TltIIIAY. SEI'TKMIIEII 14. IvMfor I tYin Hrotr do __.. n'_ _. _._ 2.o filed aalil, eertlfloatea helnr" dated In Aurunt my office 5. lOIS and, I,. "" ,

little daughters, Iris and Alice weregue..t. vou toed a done of dangerous calomel river and let the women do the *I, 1.n of .1"Lhl th* followlnn officer I Hannah., ,? "lark: Harrla do do ..-.- _n.. -. ._ .__.___.. ISO 110' ,t mad application for tax deed to laau 'In a.*. :' .

of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Roberts just remember that your druggist sells work.-Pekin ((111.) Daily Times. On. Mayor.fin Martha Wlklh.. do n_ . --.- I n I i I eordane Staid .certificate with I.... rmprn.tlrely. wmbraee the, 1
the latter of the week. cent a large bottle of Dudtran Clerk. W, N. do _._ .._ _ >
during part for a few S S 5 _. .___.__ _. followIng In Bradford County y.ld.,
vegetableand One Martha) and Collector. II tl.John.d. lOl
in which i Ie entirely *******d data of th ... .
Herbert Ritch, of Starke was Liver Tone Three M a. Nora .__. _____ .u.n. peertllleate. i'
town Monday. pleasant to take and to a perfect No Cause for AlarmTravl'ling A_Ald.r.n.On. .. Punan ',."I.ol._ -.... ___... .._ JOud tn th* name _,_, 1..ln.r. ,
It l I. guaranteed f.o' _ __ t.r ." rl."I..I. net forth ." .
substitute for calomel. ; On. Tr.aur.r.inajeetor. Martha .. ____u 100I I .
Miss who has been attending man-"Some tornado that d I (:. .. ". 1411 embrace the Northwesti ,
: Lucy Perry, liver without stirring you of saIl election : F. P. fihaffer, .,hn Wrluhl ._. _u_ _._... _. .n
L\ summer school in Gainesvillehas to start your not .....v.te. was we had around here last night. T N. Kendrlek. Julian, I'eek. Waile. Wynn _._..._ ._ _. 4 ItO' Qunrler. of N.lh..t Quarter, US Tp. (I,
H. K K., 40 .
and 22 aaaenned
can Coleraan.
inside acres
__._ .. _ . ._ 5 00
up Box Jth
barn ? In testimony I hereunto C.: I
, home. It not be Do damage to your whereof. .uh..lh .1 (iertlflrata No. 11111 I embrace \ \
returned calomel! can any *
Don't take my. name and caune the seal cif the O. Wllliama' do _u__._ .. . I 10 I .
his regular than a leopard or a Phlegmatic Farmer-''Dunno Hain'tfound t. ___ _. _ ._ 00Newmana of Nirrtbeat Quarter and North '
I Rev. Wiggins filled ap. trusted any more ; he hereunto 10th day *f Erwin: HirKlnhulham. do S 1.1
"I.d A. of Northwest Quarter. H. ;
lilt Tp. 2. 8.
Liver Tone do ______ __ S R
' Advent church Sun Take Dodnon'a the durn thing yet. -A merlcan ".1. 120. .. ,
pointment at the wild-cat., J K. UO aerea. an eaaed I'alll ..
... 800 :
aDdmahM (Real II C. r. Martha Mnllonald do 1101..
wlich, straighten; you right up Legion Weekly tOOVrR. . a* said ertlArate I" be redeemedacoordio
K-IS-U-B-IO. Mayor Fla. Alice llrranl do ._-.-. u_ 10.
day.Wilma Andrews who has been visiting you feel fine. Give i il to tbs . ll.I. E. C. Byrd. do ... _.... -. ___ ( I' tn law, taa deed : lau .
S orr the 'lath dy of Heplember A. D. "J
children because it i I. perfectly harmless I/. P. Melvln do .....__ _________ 400Karhel '
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lena Labor NUTI'I. .FINAL IMRCHAatCEixty Htone. oVi ...-._.._. u. -. 800 WI'h. my. official .I" and .... .
A. D. Andrews left Sunday afternoon and doeau't gripe.LITTLE date hereof. 1, the undersigned Maltnda ClrlBIa do _-..__.-._..__ BOO the Till day of Auruat, A. I). 1K20)
, -- aa administrator of the of M ._..._....____._. 4(10Marraret I W. T. WEtKI.
--- .l. ( .." (!rewa do
Diner ( scanning the bill of fare) .rlh.
-1 C. ( .f. _' will preaent u.... Holiert, dn __ ______ S HO i Clerk Circuit (..ur Bradford ". I II
BITS "Rump steak 40 cent and again and .." .. to the Honorable A. Willie Martin da ......_ ..u_ __. S 00 (5i..ali ; C. A. KNKIIIT.I .
ASPIRINName cents. What' the difference (....Uh... County Juilve of Itrailford County.Flor'da. Jack Nettl do ___.. _.. _._ SOWKlehard I K-U-fH-0-10 11"L. Clerk.
I and ..I t b* diaehargtd .. suck J". __._.___hn. '_' '_. 100Mr 1--- - -- h__ ---
OF HUMOR 'ait'r-"You get a sharper knife adminlatrator.Thin *. Mary T... d d. _____ -u_.. _- 400 !OTU.V OF APPMfATION FOR TAX bEE !
'i with the CO cent one, sir."-Boston the ftth day of A"""at. 1020. Tom Dual.' do ____.. -u.__ n_ S .00M" I .II KM'TION ITI (lP THE
N.' F. IEARCB.Admlnlatratur Sarah Hlrdon do _._...__ u___ _. (00 f.FNKHAI. STATUTES )/
Transcript. of EalaU of C. Croft. D*. Whit A Hon .u"". .'* .urth. 1.SO N..U. nt hereby lvn that W. H. Croft I

1 "Bayer" on Genuine "' Uio..H.ry 5SS .L R-6-Ot-lO-l. t:.. typewriter. ..._._. In.., purchaser of Tao Certificate No. 2, dated tIm
Sand} tlll..lh.J.nll., -...____ ._. -- -- ".'' 6th day of Auiruat. A. II. IUIS. baa flIed aaldcertlllr
I Lipton's favorite In Plunkville fINANMAL RTATFMFNT COUNTY SCHOOL. 1 W, T.I..k.W..k .1..1 ... ___ lIlt I* I .. In my. offic and has mad application 4 I
One of Sir Thomas FUNDS F M. e ally __ .,_.-_ 4.17 for lax ,", I..u. accordance wild ":
stories concerns an old Scotchman, "Mrs. Flubdub in mad at the Plunk County. auperlntendent'a tins, at.te.w'nt J!C. Will *o t>hyallan' ...__ 4.17 law. j .i tl
horse race for the first of county. school funds for ,h montn 01 C. A. Knlrht soiree ._.. 10.00 Held certificate *mhra ec the following. de.anrllied .
who went to a ville Palladium.
1 July. It'tO. John Meek flxlnr *ewr ..1. .__u_.. S.HO property. .lu..0 In llradford county.Florida AI "
time and was induced to stake a six "Didn't the paper mention that she feneral' fleh**! Fn4rlalane W. W. Blnden dl.t. ... .n_' 1'0 I to-wltt or North 11.11Northw.uI of

.- in the third race (JI'I a 40 to' 1 'At Home last week ?" July. I. 1020 ... ___._ 8M.S4txtelpt Harnld C Wall Ilinuranc premium - 2 1.n.'. Juartey, Hec. DO, Tp 4, H. K 1 K. .
..,. pence was durlnit month _.__..___. .2410,U" I'. l.umli.r i-n., lawn, ..... 1200 Ill acreaTh .
shot. By some miracle this horse won "Yes, but they didn't put a scare Warrant . Hn___ __.._ ..IMtCflllalanc fine fo.: .ull. clerk. ....'__" 2 I I saId land lielnif aaaessed at th* dat nfthe
t J t and when the bookmaker handed the head on it."-Louisville CourierJournal. A".t t"1. 1020 ___ _...__---.JUR6 Il.rk"b. C. phon rent . ft Issuance of such eertltleat In th manic
DUtriet N.. I I T.I."h. _, .. .._. .. . IRK.10 of Ueo. William Unless paid eal*
old man his winnings he could hardly ]. rlalane July 1. 1521) .._.. --. __._ 12* f>2 J. ( .. ph.. airent .. .. .u 2a.! I shall be redeemed according to law. tar deed
! ff believe his eyes. . RMUtltit duHnit month ___.-...... S 8 (' I.iaht, ..."r "h. _-._ __' _.u 1 ISli. will laaue thereon ... tlie 14th day of Se.torn.her. .
tell I get all S. W..n.: kaueii __.___..____ ._. t M. Panting om tax oil .._. .. . .\ A. l>. Will.Wltneaa .
"One ye mean to me ; Old Complaint of Hi. . .. Auiruat 1. 1B20 ... ..... .. ._ l.2,S8 ..'. Orur Ruir.. aupplia _____ _. V (. my official' .1.n.llI. and seal this
i icacidenter of Salicylicacid.-Adv. this! for ma saxpence ? he exclaimed. Illatrlel N S I'. Watnwrtyht, ad.* aae* oy IflOOOHldney the 7th day. .f Auiruat A. I) 19.0

of Aspirin" Is genuine "You do" replied the bookmaker."Ma Two weary tramps met after a ve'ry Overdraft July. .. 1K20 ....._....____ ISM l'. I'adirett refund ony taxea __ 1(17ft I W.: T. WEEKS,
"Bayer Tablets durinr month ..__ ... .. 40 flft C. A. Robert C day with .and nil 111 SoO : Clorl Circuit Court Bradfnrd (''Uh',. FlaJ
Aspirin proved safe. by millions conscience." muttered the lengthy separation and sat down to n..I.W..n. laaueilk__..___...._. ._. ISO V. U""k. du 1 day. --__._.___ 954)), ( lly C. A. KNKiHT
physicians for over Scotchman. Tell me. mon, how long compare experiences. .I.n. Auiruat 1. mfr _._._._. _ lirew .h do u_ _., _._u____ (140, 5-141-9.10.I l>eputy. (::1., .
j. and prescribed by IHatrtrt N.. I J.m. Keynolila df ___._.. ..._ .__u.. (00, -
twenty years. Accept only an unbroken has this thing been goin' on ? -Boston "Have y<*r Wen to the front?! ask- Ovardraft July. 1. IvIiO ._. .___ .S 00 J. M. Bruwnle, dr u_ ,_,._.__._.__. 4.SOW J I NOTe t OF FINAL HIHCHARCF. ,

, "Bayer" package which contains Transcript. e'd one; "ain't seen yer about lately. Heeeliita durIng month ..... ._..... aOft.64Warrant J. r.pixrxin I day with board __. ....). Two mon after date hereof we wi pre
I the laid with Influen- laauad _...... -.._._ It.40 sent our voucher. and final the
been the .
proper directions to relieve see. "I've up Auruat .I. 1920 _.. ._._ __.__ *2.24 Total ..__ ____._ __. ---._. :I Hon. fleo. A. Grdtner. County. Judr offllradford '
Headache Toothache Earache, Neuralgia ry." 1.I.n. 111.t.. N*. 4 Widow'. ....1.. PunS County.. Florida, and ..) to I be 4)1-)
and Pain. Perfectly Safe "Influenzy ? What's that ?" II.lane. July 1. 11120.. ._.. ._.___. 1927(1Iteeelpta Mra. Art Iva _______ ......._.._. (00 I I I charred .admlnlatrator of th ectat ef K.r .
Rheumatism, Colds month .. __........ 4 41 ".. I'aarl I'. June* _. ... ..u_ I.""I I. >, Abernathy. _i i iThla .
Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few I "Are you the plumber? asked Mrs. "Well I don't know hiw I can exactly Warrant*du.ln..d __._n..._.._.__.. 4 17 Inabell II Lane ..__._.._.--._ UI I t. 2Hth day. of June, A, f). 1920.O .
sell larger CVioke. explain it, but it takes all the Aua-unt 1. 120 ._...... _. 19302 Mr. LI..,. T..mlkl. ....--.......... I J. (
cents. Druggists also the allsight' II.ln. Di.lrtrt N*. I Mr. It L. ..._ ......-..._n__ III.00Mr :i I i : AI.VA IATY.. .
"Bayer packages." Aspirin is trade "Yes ma'am I'm plumber fight out of yer. Yer feels] sort of Kalann Jaly. 1. 1WO __ ._._ __ .20" *. Martha Andwraon .._....____. (.Of]I AdmlnlalraUira Estate of .

marked Bayer Manufacture Monacet- tired like. Don't seem to want to do It.a.'i'(. durlriamunth __.___ --_ ,, Onto tcl __ .. __ ..n. sot t nathy.. [ th I 7-l-H-4u.






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PAGE FfllTRBradford .. ;...

i good habits. They grasp the opportunities ,children, Misses Ruby Crosby, Inez rifle, is visiting relative and friends, 1920 STATE FAIR A WONDER.I I i\
County Telegraph presented and deposit! their Abernathy Willie Mae Nabb, Messrs. for a few days. f .. i
, surplus earning in the banks. Manyof Fred -Hazen, Lewis Shriver, Dogan Miss Gracie Fogg left Sunday for
them will begin as poor men, who Nabb, Ben Crabby, Hogan Smith. Brooker where she will)) be principal More Exhibits. Bigger: Crowds.
rubliahrd Weekly and entered a. see- must use sharp eyes and quick steps Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Col son were in of the Brooker school. t
poet-office at the spend Hampton Sundaymorning. Mrs Dewey Strickland, of Gainesville .
.ftd claw matter at the from being run over by
Florida.E. thrifts who are lording it in automo- Frazier Shaw and sister I Elma, left spent the week-end with her:
Starke. for Plant City and Winter ents, Mr. and Mrs O. W. pyal. C
. biles. In fact, they are "bottom rails Sunday pal
- -- But many of these rails at the bottom Haven where they will spend a while Dewey Murrhee left Wednesday for "' r
,I S. MATTHEWS Editor and Oirner.f will shift to the top before the ball la Miss Shaw has a position as telephone Ocoee where he will visit relatives fora .e; j.
in that city. few weeks. .. '
over. Yes, in many instances the sons operator -
-"" .,'ii Auverl me R.p.liv.LTJ'r of those who now act as ;it they owned Hogan Smith and Ray Goodge, of Arthur Brown was in Starke Saturday . s ,
: AMC.RK ANPRf'S'. !' the world, or at least the roads, will Sampson, were in town Thursday:! af Ak fvJ
come to the sons of the bottom rails ternoon. T. E. Oldham left Saturday for
and ask for work. Wake up, ye spend Miss Olga. Ward, of Gainesville, is Jacksonville where he will undergo an a A

"The only way to stop a blind tiger thrifts; act so that your children will here on a visit with her parents, Mr. I operation.Miss .
is to make illicit distilling a hangIng bless] you instead of curse you. and Mrs. E. J. Ward. Minnie Dowllng! spent Sunday Sw
It offense" screams the Ft. Lauderdale Leota, Tommie and Pauline Osteen' with her mother at Ziff.
MOIciTli'MIUJ have been here Messrs. John Thigpen and Ky Millsof as a'ws' a16i
Sentinel. Very well. But what OF TRADE TALK who visiting returned
would then become of the 1926 census to their home in Plant City Saturday Ziff, were in town Saturday.
4.4. ? (Contributed) Wallace Thigpen and -wife, of Mi-
J. M. Groover, of Gainesville, spent canopy, were here Sunday.
1 Russian bolshevism l is like the famous Bradford county is suffering froman Sunday here with friends. Mr. and Mrs O. W. Dyal pent

suit "Jarndyce vs Jamdyce. It acute attack of non-progressive Miss Grace Fogg, of Graham, arrived Sunday with T. D. Dyal at Ziff.
1 goes on as long as there is money, ness. Insomia. inanimation and mud Sunday' and Is located at the Messrs. Frank Walker, Math Wai-
when funds run out it will stop. That dy roads are the .principal] causes. We I home of Mr. and :\Ira.! P. M. Bare. din and Misses Bunie Graves and Bessie -1F-'i"
time cannot be far away. Lavish are slowly and surely] sliding back I foot. Wynn motored to Hampton and -

spending, little production and no ward into the pool of stagnation while 1 Miss Ruby Crosby has accepted the Starke Saturday.

credit will soon bring its activities to our sister counties are forging ahead. I position as telephone operator Murphy Price of Brooker, was in -..rr:0-_-- o aar .
a dose A poor market;' a railroad strike, a Joe Kelly, of Ziff, was here Mon. our midst Sunday.Ira Jacksonville. The Fourth Florida of the Florida State Fair, as It relates
. wet season and consequently bad I day.School Riley, of Ziff, was here Saturday State Fair, which will be held in Jack- to tbe livestock industry witlln
fn New York they now post "sand crops; these things have caused our I opened Monday with Miss joTllle from November 18 to 27, the State.
wich men" in front of the stores of farmers to become discouraged and Grace Fogg principal, Misses Loca John Eddy, of Mounteocha was a promises, not only to eclipse all past Other FeaturesAs

profiteers, the placards] being lists of many are leaving for other ]localities Johnson, Ethel Jones and Eunice Ha business visitor here Thursday.Ben expositions, but, to be a revelation so many headliners appear on
that the ohould be sold These conditions cannot exist if we zen as assistant Crosby of Sampson, was here
prices goods even to those who have watched with the State Fair program this year only
for. There to "fix" are to keep going Mr Merchant, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children Sunday.

are many ways ever Increasing interest and pride, the bare mention can be made of them at
the profiteers in the big cities, but in Doctor, Lawyer, Business Man, it is : spent the week-end In Starke. Rev. W. E. Daughtry, of Ro<:wood, tremendous forward stride of this this time. Complete announcement,
t, smaller places] the public is at their up to you and I to get busy and stop I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelly and Tenn., closed a successful two weeks splendid young Florida however, covering each will be issued
K mercy. his outflow of population; not only children spent Sunday at the home of meeting here Sunday night with 20 Primarily-as la the past IRBUtutlon.1 later Watch for them.
; this but we must turn the tide. We Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell. additions) ,
of the fair
A man is advertising in the'Gaines. must take steps to bring citizens into Mr. and Mrs. Mott of Hague spent Raymond Prevatt,' 'of Starke, at ida's Is a development of Flor II Tbe following featureswill intereet
agriculture live stock and
j t villa News for a good smart wife, age Bradford county. And to accomplish the week-end here with relatives. tended church here Saturday' night Jndu vatled young and old, rich and poor, farmer
r! 85 or under, who knows how to figure this task we need a body of live, energetic Chester Andreu and Eustis Kellyof Mr and Mrs. "J hn' Roberts, of trles. ''I and city dweller, :. .
and sell groceries and must be good, I men who are willing to sacri- New River, spent Sunday after Gainesville, were here Sunday.' County Contest I Boys' and girls' club section, Machinery .
I strong and healthy.] But the advertiser I Ice a portion of their time toward the noon here. Remember Bible1 school land Chris The annual contest of the Florida' Implement and Tractor demonstrations

'' .t. docs not mention his l own..qualifications. upbuilding of our communities and Mrs. H. S. Warren Is on the sick tian Endeavor every Sunday. counties will be unusually keen by automobile and accessory

: f Can he meet the requirements county. f list this week. Don't forget the cemetery working reason of past rivalry and tbe addedpremiums show, educationalexhibits, agricultural .
r. of the party, as he insists she There are thousands of people com Rev. Joyner, of Dukes, will fill)) his August 24th, at Mt. Sinai. and rearranged classification horticultural and floricultural
i j D; must meet his requirements You Ing to Florida each year, some of: appointment here Saturday and Sunday *. Competition is divided this displays apiary section, citrus fruit
,, i know that's a game for twA .Madison them to rest and spend their winters at the Free Will Baptist church. TO THE PUBLIC year Into agricultural and horticultural. exhibits, county exhibits. United
Enterprise. rI faFaway .from the frozen North; oth Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mott and chile .. Large premiums are offered in States Government exhibits, fine arts
erg to settle on farms and in indus dren Mr. W. J. Bohannan, of Green Cove
of Alachua here.
spent Sunday each section. The county exhibits department varied industries show,
I Up in Bradford county' a man by tries permanently. We have not received Charles Marks, of Tampa, was in Springs, distributor of the famous will not only give the visitor I a complete woman's achievement' section bands
Watkins' flavoring
; name of Schwartz has six acrealanted our share of this influx of population I town Monday on business.Mr. products consisting of history of Florida's agricultural and free acts, aviation special ,, days
in from which he has ] which we are enttiled to, and I and Mrs. L. F. Johns spent extracts, spices, toilet articles, .
grapes the
progress during past year, but will and novel "etunt" program.
old fruit in Florida markets for $2,,. will not benefit by it until a change. Sunday at the home of Mr. and :Mrs.! family and stock remedies, e /!., is demonstrate agriculturally the present
takes place. We have been content tc in Starke this week. Mr. Bohan Fair
D. of New
U. Johns
280, besides making a sufficient quantity River. statue as well as the tremendous possibilities cultural.
sit down and take things as they come, nan is temporarily located in
of jelly from bunches which were Rouse of Plant City was in of I
N J. B. Sapp's store near the depot bile and Implement show, all rolled into
not full, to net him $260. Floridians to see our property values stand still] town Friday. ; ,
lire just awakening to the possibilities or decrease, not to make public or private Jake Roberts, of Graham, was in where his goods are now on display.See Live Stock one and combining with these
of Florida soil and when they Improvements, nor in fact do here Tuesday him if you need anything in hill Livestock entries by Florida breeders cbautauqua, circus and pageant
really wake up and jump out of bed anything to attract people to Brad Inez Abernathy spent a few days of line. The Watkin's products are well have been growing each year and features. It is a veritable world's fair
t 1+ the products of our soil will) be great ford county.We last week with her friends, Miss Willie known in this county and have given the problem for 1920 Is how to house brought to Florida's front door for
s 1 er in value than those of any other have the most wonderful natural Mae Nabb, of Sampson. entire satisfaction.. 8.13.2t'PUBLIC those clamoring for admission.It Florida people. Even Florida will not
state in the Union-Lake Wales High resources of any county in Florida, P. A. Crosby spent last week visiting bas been said that "fairs and expositions recognize her baby fair of two or three
lander. our soil is very fertile, we are in clone friends and relatives at Plant NOTICE are toe time-keepers of years ago.
I Al provided by Section U of the Codified
proximity to the Jacksonvillemarkets. City. progress! and this is markedly truer
Ordinance of the Town of Starke. the council aJ ,tit
Our sympathy goes out to the read. But how are other people going A social was given at the home of: at a meeting. held. Annual 17th, lltZn, did
ers of three or four Florida weeklies. to know about these things? How Mr and Mrs. S. V. Andreu Saturday Strike Ins name from i the rettiatratlon book the follow-

Glancing through the editorial columns are we going to tell them about the night. Several] were present< and enjoyed Alvarea, O. W,__________-_........Removed
: abundance of rich soil which the Alvare. Guy _n_ 'n.k< of one this week we counted upon evening. Andrew.. R. J. _..__.__ -._.___.. .Removed
seven items concerning the editor- more varieties of products can be Ardell) Crosby, of Starke, passed Rnl.dcn, O. W. ___._.?______........RemovedKryan.
r purely personal piffle. Another edi- grown. than any other section of the through here Friday. Walter ____.n .______.?*.-._.Removed
State (Canon C_ H. ....................... .....Dv.d
T the Florida]
That state of located 4M
tor was so impressed with his own im Miss Elma Shaw spent last week Clark, C. H. ................._____.Removed. r
portance' used six personal itemsin its 10,000 acre farm here after visiting relatives] near Warthington.Messrs. floe... C. M. .... .... .......Not a eltiwnFrullck. .
J. O .. -..... ........__
thorough examination of the soils and Removed
his editorial\ column, the six total. E. T. Stewart and E. J Hallliran.. T. H. ____._____ ____.__..lliomoVPdJordan.
4 ]ling perhaps, one-third of his editorial condition in every! other county Ward, of Willeford, spent the weekend M. H. ..__.n... ......___..Removed tt lOJ ? t w
Other editors have habit of Are we going to sit still let the here. Mott. H. O. -__-_-__. ..._.._.......RemovetMurdHuith.
I apace
a W. N ____...........Removed
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passing notes to contemporaries via l'ObWl'blllc'umulate/ around us and Ona Rita Ward spent Monday 1 in I !'rev.... R. R. _____.___..__----.___Kemovec
r the editorial column and frequentlyrefer wait for them to force their way In Gainesville t'nnpell, J. C. ....._. _.......--.Removed J
here Robert, L. E. ___....__.. ____ ..,.Removed
,. to matters that interest no one or, are we going to organize ac- .- Scott E. C. n_............____?, .Removed*.
I except a few members of the fraternl. tive associations for the purpose of CROSBY LAKE' Tomllnnon. J. P. _...___..._._..,Removed.
ty. It's all right to blow one's horn promoting the welfare of Bradford Will Well.. J.J T.W-----------------------_._..___._...._______._ Peat Iteri _..,..,..... --..-a.rewsewa.twa

now and then but it must become ex- county TStarke Crosby Lake, Aug. 20.-James Benton Ytam". W. B. _____________._____.__Removed
iceedingly monotonous to the helpless] needs a Board 1 of Trade and and family, of Hoatdrnin," were At their meeting. on Pride". Sept. Xrd. 1020the .
I public when the valve is tied down needs it sorely at this time. As soon visitors at M. J. McRae's Thursday. .council who may will have hear lawn complaint erroneously from litrkk-peron. -'CRV

,, afiil they arc forced to listen to a continual as our organization is perfected then Ralph Williams, of Plant City, is coed from the revlHtratlon. hooka.J. .
other towns In our will take it W. WHITE.
y blast.-I'unta Gorda Herald. county visiting at P. B. Bryant'. Attenti Chairman Pro tern
1 I up and we will all work for better Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McRae of Boat C. A. FUTCH,
! We occasionally react of how men ment. Let us have some pride in the drain, are visiting relatives here. Clerk. It YeanAgollichh. -
I and boys of unsound mind are restored county'which furnishes our livelihood. Roy Neal], of Gainesville, left for RANK STATEMENT -
Let's co-operate, work in double harness his home Report of the condition of the Cltltenn flank
;, to sanity by an operation on the( today after a visit with relatives ] -
of !!Raiford at Itwiford. In the State of Florida 0
\ skull, because the trouble had been, and pull for a greater, better, here. at the el..... of biMlnem June 80 1920.
\ caused by a severe blow, on the cranium more prosperous Bradford county. R..o...... andTod>!y
4 When are asked to join the Boardof Loan on real estate __.._.___.....12,872.0 9 '
I whereby undue: pressure was exerted you GRAHAM Loan on collateral security other
i on certain brain cells. If these Trade, do it willingly and with than real relate. nu............ .940 DOAH .
1 in heart. other loam and dlieounta .,..,----.2411..7
i accounts are true, every man must be pride your Graham AUI20.MeR8rB.. Geigcr Overdraft .. .. ....___........___' 218 81
) a ]little "bughouse." As boys they Barry and Jake Roberta motored to, United State boml. .......____..... 1 2.0
fall out of trees and land their IlltOOKEIt the county seat Monday Ranking hovine. furniture and fixture. 2,88".20! !
i on cocoa Other real c.tate ........__........ 2,0"0.18
or smash them on snags In the Mrs Lewis Byrd returned to her line from Incorporated bank. ____d. 9.7051)8
t bottom of swimming pools, or may. Brooker, Aug. 20.-Frank E. Wood home in Ocoee Wednesday Cheek and exchange for clearlns.0. .USCanh
on hand _......_...... .....
was in our town Friday morning en- Rufus Jones 8.1119.20 ,
hap, they are kicked on the head by and family have occupied +
4''' mules. In fact, every man who care route to Gainesville the Lane cottage.L. Total .._--_....._______.........R5.54A.8 ii ". Invented i g

fully fingers his head will find one or Mrs. W. II. Andreu, of New River, G. parry was a business visitor Capital ttnek told Ll.blllnu In ................Ift.ono its pneumatic automobile if
!I', more dents and perhaps a bump or spent Friday here at the home of Mr. to Sampson Tuesday, Surplu. fund ......___u___........ 900.00 tire 25 :years 0 5 '
two, testifying to injuries sustained. and Mrs. S. V. Andreu. Mrs. W. II. Walker returned to her Undivided proflta <11 1eM .",...n_ and O
taxea imldt __.....__...___..___... 104.Si ago
E. S. LaCrosne in
Girls are not subject to such injuries Gainey, .of was home' in'Hastings Wednesday. Individual nVpoalta. aubjeet eh..k..2a.1"5.42
and women may thus be supposed town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bevlll!, of Mi- Caihler'a cheek ouutandlnit ...____ fll>8.4HSavlnB. STARKE FLA.
a. R. A. Weeks In .. depoalta ...................10. B4 II SMITH'S
Thursday GARAGE
t sane, while we men, who sneer and spent canopy, spent part of the week with bill payable ....................... '..000.U9I
e smile at what wp consider their silly Jacksonville his parents.
Total ___._____ _..__.___. _
foibles, are probably "off our bases" R. T. Osteen was in Graham Saturday Mesdames Jack Wynn and Hiriam I State of Florida County u of Rrndford." ""5B.MS.. 00 '1 t
Prescott visited Mrs. J... McKinney I. C<..... O. Jaeolw. cashier ofthe above-name.t
BOTTOM RAIL MAY SHIFT' Mrs Pei-man Roberts and son, of Monday. bank do aolemnly .wear that the above statement
U true to the. beet of my knowledge. and
Graham spent Wednesday here at the Mrs. John Wednesday
I I McKinney left belief. GEO. O. JACOBS,
\ The wind of prosperity "sits in the home of Mr. and Mrs Murphy Price. for Gainesville. Taihler

I shoulder of our sail." Some of us do Frank Abernathy, of Graham, was Frank Abernathy was a business C.or""t-AU..t. Geo. O. Jacob.. t T.Director.B. Mandley. O.. B. Oor.don. .

I not take advantoge of it, but cast anchor in town Wednesday. visitor to Brooker Wednesday. Subscribed and sworn te before me this 9th
: and wait till we feel like sailing Hogan Smith and Miss Willie Mae Autumn Youngblood and'children, day of July, J920.! W. H. Andrew.. Jr..

I! Others prefer to drift and will eventually Nabb, of Sampson, were in town on tif Waldo, were visitors here Wednes Notary Public.

be carried broadside against a Tuesday afternoon day.Mesdam ANNOUNCEMENTSFor The Go-Between
rock Others, again, profit by the opportunities Mrs. T. B. Shirley spent part of "s Alvin :McKinney! and Jack
offered, drop the centerboard last week with her daughter, !Mrs. B. Roberts spent Wednesday in Brook Marshal and CollectorI

/ ,, haul! the jib taut, shake the Sapp, of New River. er with relatives and friends. hereby announce myself a candidate
j reefs out of the main Fail and tack Dr. W E. Middleton of Starke, 1. L. Ogden was a business visitorto for re-election to the office of
I close to the wind. passed through our town Friday, Sampson Monday. marshal and collector the town of Do
1 The class first mentioned will delay Chenley] Fogg, of Graham, was In Andrew Sparks and wife, of Moun- Starke. My record l is well known to you understand how the bank acts as a med

taking advantage of'the opportunitiesfor town Wednesday teocha, visited here Monday.Mrs. all the voters, and if it has met with iator or go-between for two parties?

bettering themselves that the Royce Gainey was in Graham Sat- W, W. Montgomery( of Orange their approval, and they elect me for
times offer, and will in after years regret urday morning. Park, was called to the bedside of another term I promise to do my full It is this way : Suppose you sell a piece of land toa

that they waited until too late. Mrs. Alvin McKinney, of Graham, her father, Alfred. McKinney, who was duty, as in the past, and work for the party, perhaps a stranger, at a distant point. You

The second<< class are short sighted was in town Wednesday morning severely] ill. good of Starke. I earnestly solicit the don't send your deed to him and ask him to send
and believe that the good times will Lonnie Morgan spent last week attending Miss Eula McKinney, of Gainesville support of the voters at the ensuing you
n ]last forever. In former days they, er to business in Jacksonville, spent Thursday at the home of J. R. town election. SILAS KITE. the money and neither do you ask him to send you the

their fathers accumulated] wealth by Mnssrs., G. W. E. M. and Lucian Beville. money and when it is received you will send him the

means of hunt work and economy. llazen were in Starke Saturday morn- Mrs. Equilla t>ixon and Miss Ruth I am a candidate for city marshal, deed. He wouldn't stand for that. It wouldn't
be bus-
Now they have caught the spending inff./ Smith returned (from Gainesville on and earnestly solicit the support of
b. fever, thinking that their losses can Chester Andreu, of New River, was Thursday after taking the flying all the voters at the election Sept. iness. You simply go to your bank and deposit the deed

be easily retrieved whenever they in town Saturday. squadron examinations. 14th. I have nothing against: the and tell them to deliver it it to the purchaser whenever '
again feel like going to woik. Theydo Election was held here Saturday for Messrs. E. J. Murrhoe, Geiger Barry present marshal and am not fighting he for it. In this
not consider that wealth vanishes tfustros for the Brooker school. Mes Jake Roberts and Tom Mills were Mm, neither am 1 a candidate of any pays way It Is not necessary: for you "

,I like snow in hot water unless it is srs. L. A. Brown, G. B. CoUon and business visitors to the county seat man or faction of men. I am making: to trust the other fellow nor to ask him to trust )ou.HEI'OSITS .
f constantly replenished.' They neglect J. C. Cone were elected.A << Thursday.Ed the race solely on my own initiative.I .
4 their businesses for pleasures] buy extravagantly fish fry was enjoyed by a number Sparks, of Archer, visited here am a taxpayer and if elected will IN THIS BANK INSURED AGAINST
and their children spend of the folks at Sampson lake on Saturday devote my entire time to the office and LOSS FROM ANY CAUSE
a i their days and often their nights, in Wednesday night, among/ them being Mrs. Walter Edmutidson and children will] be found on the job at all times.
automobiles Then the hard times will Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster] Jr., of Sampson, spent Sunday at It will be my ambition if elected to
return Where is the wealth Wast !Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colnon and son, the home of Alfred McKinney\ serve all alike. In other words a LAKE BUTLER BANK
ed. They may go to work again, but ttussic. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Miiis Ruth Smith ]left Saturday for square deal to all will be constant aim.J. .
the extravagant habits they have engendered Mr. and !Mrs. Murphy Price, Mr. and Willeford, where she will begin her B. SAPP.Wnra"a .
will make saving impossible Mrs L. F. Johns, :Mr. and Mrs. W. S. term of teaching at the Randall school State,.County, District and City DepositoryLAKE

The third class l is composed of those Nabb, of Sampson, Mrs. Kirby Smithof Willie McKinney and family, of Tasteless ebUl Ttink BUTLER

who kept their heads and practice the Sampson, I. W. Pinholster, Sr., J. Theressa, spent Sunday with his fath i. atot s vteaBty ana energy by purifyta and*. .... FLA.
name economy they always did. They W. L. Pinholster] and Mrs. Alice Oliverof er. rfchbm the blood. You can toon feel ta f .D..e
teach their children useful work and Pine Hill, Mrs. Lonnie :Morgan and Mr*. Odell Abernathy, of Jackson mina. luvUuratiuH t';\., r>k. *H
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Charley Stansel: cf Arcadia is visiting Men, women and children of Starke fives is extended the h..artleltm. tery> n* llbearers were, Messrs. 1+
his grandfather, C. A. Mixon. are in daily danger of being killed or pathy of the entire ':'W.
community.The T. ;..., L. C. Powell, N. T. '
F Miss maimed by careless automobile driv funeral services were' held at Ritch N. D. Wainwright, W. E. Pav-
J Bits of LocalInformation >i& Cleo Mitchell Emma at Powell Callahan.Mr. is visiting. : Miss era. Riding in automobiles seems"' to the late home of the deceased lit 11 a. Is, J. M. Alvarez. Funeral DirectorD. (:
be Starke's
principal "industry No'
m. Tuesday by nt'Ralph Bowers C. Jones had charge of funeral ar ;
matter how tardy a man may be at I The interment was at Conner ceme- rangements.
JLrvy : and Mrs. C. S. Durlmg have other times, as soon as he grabs the ,
moved to Miss Kate Livingston's cottage steering wheel he must ride h if to 11
; .. on West Call street. fetch a doctor. One lone policemanon .H.$-4'+44 H.++M I M MMf.IMM > MMIMH MHM I I IM
Li&-t II c... +4V On l..1. a: _,.,.... ea4 J
foot and
Je .... fa aito'cvMiitr"*** r_ Arville can do nothing, the auto
Moitt of Jacksonville is
drivers seem to feel no responsibilityas
spending a while in Starke with rela.twee a rulo. They do not slow up at

-ea ..1N. crossings or at turns and seldom feel '
!It worth while to round the horn. !
A. D. Andrews of lUiford, had bus. B. E. Newsom has. moved to Starke :Nat Williams, of Jacksonville, is L. A. SHEROUSE :D. ROUNTREE .
mess in Staike Monday. | with his family from Dunnellon. here to harvest his crop of early sweet
potatoes. Mrs. L. V. Moore left Sunday for

R. L. White, of Live rOak, is the Miss Kate Epperson, of Lake But South Florida, to spend three weeks .

guest of his brother, J.'W. White. ler, is visiting! Miss Elizabeth Brown-lof I Mrs. Bessie McGruder and little son with, friends and relatives.In .

I Ice. Hampton, were visitors to Starke
Mrs. F. E. Robbins, of Euetls, has Wednesday J. F. Kicklitcr's store may be
visiting friends in Starke during seen a curiosity in the way of a clus-
been :Mrs J. W. Kilfian and Miss Mabel ter of five cocoanuts, just as they
the week. Weller Miss Minnie Bessent left last week Waldo Auto Co.
Friday in Jack-
sonville.spent shopping for Atlanta to attend the fall millinery came from the tree The nuts are
M. P. Riggs, of this! eity) chipped a : openings. verylarge and the bunch weighs over
Jersey cow by express to fJ. M. Riggs I 100 pounds. They were grown at

Jacksonville, Monday,;,, i Mrs. Beulah Hunt, of Hampton was Mrs J. C. Hoover has returned froman Stuart and cent by Ceo Thomas.Dr. .
the guest; of Mrs. 'W. E. Middleton extended visit with her aunt in .

Closing out Wash Skirts at last week.. Augusta, Ga. and Mrs., E. L. Biggs left Wednesday

Stem berg's. for Hendersonvillr, N. C., We repair all mates of cars and carry a complete line of .
Mrs. Emily Phillips is visiting Mrs. Mrs E. M. Johns left Saturday afternoon where they will spend a two weeks accessories "
New sweet potatoes are plentiful in T. N. Limbaugh at her Kingsley lake for Balsam N. C., where she vacation. repair parts, gasoline and oils. { | ZaiZim

the market,, here and many are being cottage. will spend several weeks --+---
shipped away daily. CARD OF THANKS We solicitfyouf patronage. t Guaranteed workmanship "

Messrs. Roscoe McLane and Geo. M, Mrs. E. C. Warren and three little and prompt service.
Special sale on men's and boys' Inman were in Jacksonville Tuesdayon sons have gone to North Carolina to We sincerely thank all those whoso

suit at Sam Rosenberg's. 20 percent business. visit her parents. kindly assisted ua during the time in the Alexander i
off, of regular< prices. of illness and death that recently visited Shop big galvanized building.

Miss Kate Livingston has had an ad. Miss Irma Stilley is spending the our home.
Miss Ruby Poppell returned Mon- dition built to her Call street cottage week with her friend Miss Cora E. Mrs. Gilbert Hollingsworth/: and .

day from a four weeks' visit to rela- Contractor Uglow did the work. Lea, of Jacksonville. Family. =- \ ----

tives in south Georgia. CLASSIFIED ,
Ralston and W. L. Douglas Special aalaten; ginghams, bleaching '
Summer Millinery is going at Shoes at Sternberg's. : and jtofneepqn, 21 cents and up FOR SALE $.' : I

less than cost at Ste nberg's. at Sam Rosenberg's." per 1,000.-Strawberry C. C. Cowart plants, Route, $2.60 1, Waldo Auto Co. ;: : I

John Ritch, Jr., of Valdosta, has Starke. 8.20.3t'FOR ,
J; H. Ritch'and family are at the been visiting at the home of his uncle J. S. Brown and son, Harold, have 0".1
Peek house, Kingsley lake, where they N. T. Ritch. been In Starke the past week looking H BBBB B BHBB BMBWBBMWdBMIHHHMaaiBM B BB-- '
expect to spend several weeks. I after business interests. SALE-Small army tent, new, Waldo Florida :: I r r41 rI
, I worth $:.r.O, will be sold for $25. J. ,
Mrs. Aquilla Williams and Carl II I H. Williams Starke. 8-20tf
Route 1
Mrs. R. A:.Gahagan and little son, Williams, of Alachua are visiting Mr. Mrs L. H. Eastman expecting her

'of Savannah, are visiting at the home and Mrs. A. M. Pettit. sister, Mrs. II. L. Evans from Orange- FOR SALE:-Ford truck practicallynew

'of her father; L. C. Powell, and her burg, S. C., next Saturday. ; one ton; worm drive; stake

brotherW. C. Powell. Miss Jessie Thomas is in Charleston body and cab; new tires Consum
S. C., visiting her sister, Mrs Mrs. Rimes of LaBelle, came Friday er's Lumber Co.
L ,.C. Powell and son, John, and Arthur Murrhee. to visit at the home of her parents rill. . . . I . .1. . . It . '" . . I M i m i ni 11111Vithovit :

Miss Etta Tison leave today for the Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mixon. FOR SALE-3} new flat bottom rowboats -

mountains of North Carolina, where Mrs W. H. Jones, of Cocoa, is a i ; 1 round bottom. rowboat; 2
they will spend a month. guest at the home of her sister Mrs. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright left Monday used Evinrude Motors. Reasonable
W. E. Middleton. for Jacksonville to visit her prices. Consumer's Lumber Co. I .

Miss Mildred Dowling, who has been daughter, Mrs. D. T. Clark. I I
LOST-Due black cow, one black
visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Richard
Morgan of Jacksonville, :>
yearling and one white yearling, all
W. E. Middleton, returned to her was the guest of his uncle, E. S. Mat- A. M. Pettit and family have gone unmaiked. Suitable reward for in. ,
home in Jacksonville Saturday. thews the' to their cottage at Kingsley lake to
during past week. i / vv)1
spend the remainder of the summer. formation. G C. Mutt, Route 1, .
: Starke. 8.13-41
Mr. and Mrs..Paul E. Canova and Misses Belle Pettit and Mary Clary,
little daughter Eunice spent the week of Last week Misses Ethel Griffin and i
GafTney, S. C., are guests at the CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for / .
end in Jacksonville and visited their home of their uncle, A. M. Pettit.A Margaret Long each enjoyed a surprise '
party given them their prices and ship your ties of all
by ,1
son, Paul E. Canova, Jr., at Camp
friends. I grades to Gross Manufacturing Co.,
Johnston. first class line of Shirts Col- Jacksonville, Florida. 3-5-UO-lyr
lars Ties and Underwear atternberg's.
Mrs O. J. Griffin and children Ethel 1
Thomas Llmbaugh and Clifford FOR SALK:-$550 will buy a 1)20!) II R 5-
Blitch. of Raiford, recently swam I and Owen, left Monday for Way- Chevrolet touring car in first class

across Kingsley lake, a distance of Misses Gladys and Joyce Brown, of I cross" Ga., where they are visiting rel condition; extra tire with car Sam t "s'i

three miles, in two hours. Fine swimming Raiford, spent the week-end with Miss atives. Rosenberg, Starke. 8-20-tf.
to do that featl! Elizabeth Brownlee. '
Mrs. W. A, Collcy and little daughter "- "'
FOUND-32x4 tire with rim and a .
John. Ritch Jr., who has been visit I Misses Mildred and Florence Alva Lois, returned last week from Ft. red painted jack on Slarke-liamp.

ing at the home of his uncle N. T. rez, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Meade, and have been visiting at the ton road. Owner may recover same

Ritch, returned to his home in Valdosta Alvarez, of Jacksonville, are visiting home of Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Col ley. by seeing Sam Rosenberg, Stal k... 1

Ga., Friday, and was accompaniedhome Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez. .
by his cousin, Miss Vivirette I Mrs L. V. Moore and little? daughter FOR SALE-Good B your old 1 milk ,
Floyd. E. M. Johns returned Friday from Ethel) and son, Jerry, k'ft'Sunday fresh October
for a visit with relatives in New St. cow, quarter Jersey, next \ looking, she finds
Brooksville and other south Florida ; now giving 1 gallon of milk.
Mrs. Theo. Lowe, who has been vis. places where he looked after business Augustine and Stuart. Must sell soon; leaving town C. E. her (r mites in the Sampler>

iting her father, C. A. Mixon, returned matters. Pope It* J
.Rl"v. Charles
II. will
to her home in Tampa Monday. preach- the Abernathy church -- Giv ((1i. caner first rvcrytwJj 7) likcitli
Miss Margaret Livingston, of Tampa Miss Louise Brssent is in Ft. Lau- at Presbyterian WANTEll-Man with team or auto "
came up Monday to visit her aunt, derdale where she has a position in Sunday in the morning\, and at the who can give bond to fell 137 Watkinx ten kind .arloctou for n nrlj> citflxtJ yeurtIr

Miss Kate Livingston.Mrs the office of her brother-in-law, F. A. Methodist\ church in the evening.Mr home and farm products Big- \' ; American lovers cf <1t. finest tliocolatet i

Bryan, who is clerk of the circuit gent concern of kind in the world. Tlicw candies mo pm kvj in
and Mrs. J.J. Colson and
: C. W. Liddon and grandson, court I daughter $1500 to $liOiO( yearly income. Ter.
Miss Jessie May and Mr. and'
Don Mozo, returned to Jacksonville ritory in this county open. Write-
Friday. Don Mozo has been visiting Our shingle and lath mills are turnIng Mrs. P. A. Williams of the New: River today to J. R. Watkins Co., Dept.llfi 1 / Sampler} .
section visitors Wednesday.
were to Starke I
his aunt, Mrs. A. II. Freeman. Mrs. out work as long us they can get Winona, Minn 8-0-81*

Liddon will visit her daughters, Mrs. raw material. Cooper and Snellgrove ,If 5r have' the Samf>lrr sad vlhrr ;- :
Jack Rollins and Mrs G. W. Mozo. are now busy getting out laths to fill (;ilMlKKT) IIOLI.INGSnOKTH DKAIt:
Frank Pomroy of Jacksonville :.
four box cars for Jacksonville.Mrs. war Whitman, paiHagrs
a weekend guest at Elmwood cottage '
W. J. Epperson and family are comfortably t Another old time citizen has left us; ;j.-J.I
Kingoley lake, returning to bin duties -
located at the Alvarez cottage J. C. Diggs left Monday for with the Southern Express Company - the long and interesting life of Gil. Scott Drug Co.
Kingsley lake, and have as their Hope, Ark., where she goes! to visit Monday morning. bert IlollinifHworth has come to an : ) .
guests Mrs. George Epperson and her brother. She will be the guest: of end. Mr. Hollinin worth died at his
of Lake But- her mother at Libert Mo. and will home Starke after
family and Mrs. Maine, }, Tate Kite arrived few near Monday, a
Jer; Mrs.- Frank Andrews and children go to KansasxCity t< ''visit other rela- after spending some a time days in Colorado ago general breaking up caused by oldall'l' tly

of Jacksonville. tives. for the benefit of his health. He : His last illness was of short
duration, and he did not take to his -
did not improve while and is n
Mrs-,Angie. Sternburg left Satur Try a pair of Ralston!' Shoes!! critically ill at his father's away home In bed before weakness compelled him
day'.for Jacksonville where she was and enjoy foot comfort. Stern- the southern part of town. to do so. IIIM age was 78 years
1. her daughter, Mrs. R. H. berg's. Mr. Ilollingsworth!: came to Bradford .

',Barbour and little daughters, Mary R. L. Mott and family here I county with his father, a phynl-
, Angie and Lorraine and from Jacksonville Miss Madge Middleton has returned] from Portwentwotth, Ga., are and will | clan, while a small boy. They mov. Success
the party went to St. John; from Jacksonville where she spent spend several weeks before going to led 1 to Starke shortly before the Civil Family ,

I Kansas, to visit relatives. the past month visiting relatives. She Daytona, where Mr. Mott will have I war, the doctor having his office where
was accompanied home by her cousin, his the office of J. R. Davis & Co. is now
headquarters as traveling -
I I Auto tops, cushions and seat covers Miss Aileen Dowling.: Miss Mildred of Kingan & Company.Miss representative locaU-d. While yet a lad Gilbert Hol
I made to order at M. Leviton's fowling:, of Jacksonville, is also a I lingsworth entered the Confederate

: Starke, Fla. 7.23-tf guest\ at this home. Ellen Hammel of Wauchula, service, where his record was honorable {k
| Hi! youth was spent among
has been elected a member of the
"Why don't you hire a car occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Truby E. Murrhei, Starke high school faculty for the stirring: scenes, and some of these, in '
ally and take a pin, it costs only two little son and daughter, of New Orleans coming term. This complete the faculty which his father and he took part at There are many families in and around ;Htarke I

, dollars an hour'?" asked a Starke man arrived here last week to visit for both the grammar and high home can be read of in Florida's rev who have more than one bank account at the Hank of t''
: of another. "My dear sir, if I should his mother, Mrs. J. M. Murrhee. Mr. school grades etruction history Later his life was
, spend my means for such foolishness, Murrhee has returned to New Orleansbut quiet and even, his occupation being Starke. In each Instance, each bank account owner IB ; f

: how would I ever be able to get a car the family will remain here for a I'rof. C. E. Pope and family will mostly that of a farmer in Starke or well) known here. We want to become better acquainted .
I in the Raiford section He was a man ."
of ? That's what I am saving longer visit
my own leave tomorrow for Largo, where he -
much respected for bin intelligenceand with the different members of the families who may ,
for, was the answer. will teach agriculture in the high I
Mrs. F. A. Scott and daughter :Miss school. Starke regrets much to good moral qualities. He was the or may not have an account with UN.

\ Mrs. J. F. Kickliter and little son, Doris went to their cottage at Kings- lone Prof. Pope and family very us he has i oldest male citizen of Starke and hadseen
1\ Charles Lucian, and Walter MacDonald ley lake Monday, and will spend several done excellent work here In the high first one, then another of his old When the Individual members, old and young'

; Jr., left Saturdry afternoon for weeks at this popular summer re. school. friends pass away; he was weary of. bank here, each receives bank service that If* helpful-
I Jacksonville, where they were joined sort. Mr. Scott and son, Wilbur, will life and complacently awaited the final
his or her interests are advanced, and thus the family
by Messrs. sudan Wainright and go out after business hours and revturn If home burns tonight the
Walter MacDonald. The party went early in the morning. chances arc 1 to 10 that a rat burned The deceased leaves to mourn his as a unit keeps step with the advance of each member.We .

i' to Dayton, Ohio, to visit Mrs. Kick- it. (The government states that one loss his widow, one son, Mr. F. C.
. liter's sister, Mrs. Blanche Wills and Standard Patterns are recommended fire out ofevery 10 is started from a I1oJlil1tt worth, of Starke; two daughters want more of the families of Starke and Bradford k kBank'

will also go to Niagara Falls and other by all who have used! rat.) The government recommends Mrs. Lacy Ritch, of Plant City, County to join our "Family of Depositors." \,
interesting northern points. them. A full stock on hand at nothing more highly than barium carbonate and Mrs. C. II. Marks, of Morristown,
l Sternberg's. S. D., and two sisters, Mr*. Lucy
to kill
rats Scott Drug Co. I
( J. W. White received a telegram ---- I Hemingway and Mrs. Amanda Jones,
J. M. Mitchell went to one of the of Starke. To these bereaved! relmCKMKTKKY -
from Orlando last Friday stating that But of Ohio, City of Toledo Lucas I I
his cousin Senator George White lakes of Putnam county last work to County..,
Frank J. Chancy roaVaa oath that ha la NOTICE:
J Crawford, had died that morning. fish. Nearing the lake he discovered .nlor, partner of the firm of F. J. Ch"n.y I
Senator Crawford was originally from that he had left his artificial 1 bait at Co,, doing business In the City of Toledo All persons interested are asked to
County and IlIa(. aforvaaH, an6 that meet at the McKinney grave yard on
Tennessee but had lived in Orange home. Meeting a native he asked fora will cay th* ; HUN- I
county for forty-seven years, had rep good place to dig for earthworm \t'D .AltS for an mr..oot:. I, Friday, August 20th, and spend the : of Starke
that cannot t>0 aural f>y th. ua. oflULL' day in beautifying the grounds.
resented that county in the legislaturefor "Jest go in behind that feller's kitchen CATARRH MEDICINE
several terms and had also beenin window an' you'll find plenty said FRANK CHENET.Sworn !I
to before m. and .uhsrr/b.d" In
the senate. He was a veteran of the man, pointing to a homestead near" my crwnc.. this (th day of D.c.mb.r.Ral ALBERT H. ..FREEMAN! I). TIIK GROWING HANK ,.
the war between the states, having b>-> "Can I Ho it with Impunity '
I I been badly wounded at the battle of asked Mr. Mitchell. "Well maybe you < > A.CATARRH W. Ol aaon MF.DICINF Notary PublicHAL.LB In tak.n . .I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. CEO. C. WHITE", Cashier

I Atlanta. Sunday's Times-Union gave can, but if you look around you'll be Internally: and sits .throurh: th* Blood I IDru..t. WALNUT STREET NEAR: CALL
th Muron furfac of the 07tm. I
I a lengthy sketch of his life, also his mighty apt to find a old hoe, was .... 7Sc. Tcatlmonlala fr*..
! Picture. the answer. F. .. Ch; nr Co.. Toledo Oblo. STAIIKE FLORIDA --



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1 ) -THE BOYLESS TOWN Miller, of Worthington: were business .. -

"i it isitors here Monday. r
,1 Mrs. Nita Mae Parr llh and little
A cross old woman of long ago
.Declared that she. hated noise; son, J. L., are visiting her foster; parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Simpson. .
"The town would be so pleasant, you
.. v Mrs G. W. Johnson spent Saturday

d I If only know'b oy. in Lake Butler. Small Cars and the DecliningCost
: Miss Sadie Gilbert, of Haynesworth Mrs. -
Is visiting her grandmother,
She scolded and fretted about it till

Her eyes grew: heavy as lead,

:i t F, And then till, of; a sudden, the town. grew/: Dukes.GRAHAM of Tire Mileage

had fled
For all the boys
Messrs. Willard
i Graham, Aug. -
: Smith and Marvin Ogden, of Natals.
f and dusty
And all through the long with their .
streetsThere spent the week-end par.

i" wasn't a boy in'view; that during
ents.L. You of
business visitorto are aware course
The baseball lot where they used to G. Barry was a ,

meet Gainesville Thursday the last Goodyear has
l I. Was a fight to make one blue Marvin Ogden was a business visitor ten years,

to Hampton Friday been able .steadily to increase the
,A The was green on every base River
grass Charley McKinney, of New .
4'f1 And the paths that the runner visited his porentns Wednesday.John I amount of mileage built into its tires.

I j j I made, Milligan, of Hastings: visited s
;I For there wasn't a soul in all the datives here Saturday. Do yod realize also that this increase
Alfred McKinney is visiting relatives A" ,
i Who knew how the game ws played ..
at Lake Butler this week. has been accomplished without *
Zeke Parrish. of Sampson, was a
,y, The cherries rotted and went to waste;
business visitor here Friday. that
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I ixxc extra cost to user -
climb the trees
was no one to ; George! Jackson, of Cyril, was In
I And nobody had a single: taste, .
' town Friday. Goodyear Tires are priced no higher
' Save only the birds and bees. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Osteen, of Brook- .

I, er, visited relatives here Sunday.Mr. today than in 1910
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There wasn't a messenger boy-not
t and Mrs Tom Mills are the

I ) To'speed one-as such; messengers: can; proud Thursday parents, Aug.of 5th.a baby girl, born \\\ \ In no tire in the Goodyear line is

1 ''t f: If people wanted for their errands done Mrs. I. L. Ogden: and daughters, Iii t,. : the declining cost of mileage more' }
< They sent a messenger man. Mattie and Minnie, visited Mrs R. N. I

Dowling tJf Ziff, Friday. evident than in 'the 30 x 3..
'" i There was little. I ween, of frolic. and Messrs. Lee Byrd and Wallace present ,

I, ") la, There mirth was; less of cheer and mirth; tills. of Jacksonville, were here Sunday 30x3- and 31 x 4- inch size Good..

" I \\10 II' The sad old town, since it lacked its Murphy Price and wife, of Brooker, year Tires made especially for small .
boys, were here Sunday afternoon. ..
; Was dreariest earth. I
the place on
Miss Gracie Fogg left Monday for cars t
New Hampshire, to visit her sister. .,
I The poor old woman began to weep Mrs E: T, Stewart and son, Paul, If own Ford Chevrolet Dort ,:'.
t'I a
Then awoke with a sudden scream; of Brooker, visited relatives here Sun- you ,
"Dear mel" she cried, "1 have been
Maxwell other' these : "
I asleep, day.Jake or '' car taking .
Roberts was a business visitor I
'' 'r( 1 And, oh, what a horrid dream!I" Meade
4 to Ft. last week. o to your nearest Service
-Author Unknown.
Me Math Wasdin Willard
I' llrll. Station
t t' Smith, Mrs Bessie Wynn and Miss ... for Goodyear, Tires get the
Onie Graves motored to Starke Saturday -
afternoon. exceptional worth and endurance
I Pine Hill, Aug. 13.-Messrs. Oscar Murphy Price and wife, of Brooker, ,
Rimes and Ardell Drawdy were in our were here Wednesday and went on to that Goodyear builds into them.
section Thursday Starke to attend the Price-Byrd wedding -

Messrs. J, E. and C. R. Clemons and a
A, II. Surrency were transacting business George Jackson, I. L. and Marvin
in Jacksonville Thursday and Ogden) were business visitors to Sapp \ '
i Friday I Friday' : .

i i Mrs. Lou Cone and children spent Mr. and Mrs. Autumn Youngblood p' -- _.... '.r_--- -_--
the week-end with her brother, E. B. of Waldo, were shopping here Friday. -00> -...-
Andreu, Sr., of Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Will McEver attended
I Messrs. A. E. Surrency and Ted i church at Hampton Sunday. .
Lewis spent Saturday fishing at the Drs. Middleton and Free'mann, of
t lake. Starke, were callers here Friday. JO x iV4! Goodyear Double-Cure $2350 Goodyear Heavy TourUt Tube cot no more than the price
Miss Lucfle Harrell spent last week Misses Eunice and Pearl McKinney rr. Fabric, All.Weam-Tread- you are asked to pay for tuba of lees merit-why rink costly
with Mrs. Cecil Cook, of Ft. White. of New River, spent the week-end with .' ):3/Good ear Stogle.Curs $ casings when such in re protection if available
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Harrt'll, of Jerk' their grandparents. 1WIde1uad.8Idd: ; Thud_ h ..Lso:3y: me *. trweror Jay $450
konville, are visiting relatives and Leo Dye, of Ziff, spent the week ,
friends in our section this week.A with his grandparents.
chicken pilau was given at W. II. A crowd of our young people mo-

Jlarroll's home Thursday; night, a tored to Santa Fe lake Friday after r. ,
largo crowd being presentMusic. wan ,l'
enjoyed by the guests, bring furnished noon.Mrs.. Sam Puns. of Mounteocha, was
by Mrs. Addie Harrell on the or- shopping in our burg Friday,
gen, accompanied by E. B. Androu, Misses\ Gracie, Lita and Linnie Foggare !
Sr., with the violin. At a late hour home again: after attending the
all departed and' expressed themselves normal at Gainesville
as having enjoyed the occasion.L. Messrs. Marvin Ogden and Willard

M. Gay, of Jacksonville spent Smith left Sunday night for Natals -
Saturday afternoon with J. E. de E. J. Murrhee was a business visitor .
: mons. to Sampson Thursday
Mr. Mrs. ORGANIZING KNIGHTS OF Till red principles and noble ideals of chiv- cure the necessities of life at to the
MIB. Alice B. Surrency returned to and W. H. Walker and rE'ason-1 I encourage growth of the "openIohop"
her home Sunday afternoon, after a daughter 1 of Hastings, were called to KU KLUX KLAN alry, the development of character, able prices, he says that principle which is spreading over
week's visit with relatives at :Melrose the bedside. of their daughter, Florence the protection of the home and the be, "Labor will tolerate no such thing the country, but he is too narrow-
and Flor home, Friday.Mrs. Organization Granted Charter by Superior chastity cf womanhood, the exemplification and will resist to the last ditch." Having minded to see it, and persists in his
+ Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gay returned . Carrie Hicks and children of Court .(if Georgia; of a pure patriotista, the preservation raised us to an uncomfortableand course, which leads directly to the
to their home near Providence Sunday Hampton, vcisited her brother, Dock of American ideals and the dangerous height he insists! we downfall of the unions. He is rapidly
Milliard Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 4-Work of organizing maintenance of white supremacy. must remain there, whether like
accompanied by their mother and bro Saturday. we alienating the sympathy of the 'country -
,' ther. Miss. New om, of St. Petersburg, branches of Knights! of the Only native born American citizens it or not. Sometimes we wonder at from union labor, and has already
Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Hazen and son, has been visiting her brother, Perry, Ku Klux Klan throughout Florida already who believe in the tenets of the Christian the source cf his power, which authorizes sot it back many years. Union labor
this week has been started and is progressing religion and owe no allegience of him to dictate to
Ralph, were in Urooker Sunday af. employerand will do well to rid itself of this "old
ternoon. Maser T, E. Oldham and Jack rapidly it was announced today any degree or nature to any foreigngovernment employe alike and attempt to man of the sea," who is riding it to
Mr and Mrs. S. V. Andreu, and Parrish were business' visitors to Jacksonville Organization work already has begun j political institution, sect, :> bend both to his single will. ruin.-Tampa Times
1 children of Brooker, were guests oher Wednesday in Jacksonville, Palm Beach, Pay- people cr persons are eligible for membershipi The Pennsylvania railroad venturedto .

mother, Mrs? Cone, Sunday after Mrs. Andrew Sparks, of Mounte- tona, Hastings and several other lay off' 12,000 of its 50,000 em- 666 cures Malaria Chills and Fever
tw nbon. ocha our burg Friday. points, it is said, while inquiries regarding ,| <* nce the modern Klan had among 1 ployes recently, and Gompers says it Bilious Fever. Colds, and LaGrippe.
--_&--_ Roy Birt and wife of Louise,. were preliminary organizationhave its organizers three of the membersof is a political trick to scare the men kills the parasite that causes the fever
FIVE MILE here Saturday been received from Lakeland," the original Ku Klux Klan, the Into voting as the employers wl!-h. On It is a splendidJaxative and gen
Messrs. Roan Goolsby and Oliver Palatka, Bartow and other points in I new organization was granted In its their part the managers say that the eral tonic.--Adv.
Five Mile, Aug. 13.-Our I'hoolopent'd Sparks, of MounU'orha, attended services the state I I I charter, all the legal rights and prlviI i I I men laid t>ff were not needed, that
Aug. 2nd with forty-three pu. here Saturday night. Representatives of the Klan are loges that wer granted the original they were a burdensome legacy of seJISNllalkllllnCOFFINS/ )

pils. The number has increased daily Mr. and Mrs. Jake Roberts and the proceeding, actively with the formation Klan. __ !1|I government control, and the only politics & CASKETSAnd
and the management is all that Misses Murrhce and ,Dowling, spent of the Klan in this state and it is in the matter was in their ap-
y could be desired. Prof. and Mrs. L. Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs announced that a branch of the Klan COMI'ERS ALIENATING THE t:>i: pointment. It is becoming more and a Full Line of
T. OPutch: are the teachers and they Earncy Dowling:, of Hampton. will be organized at an early date in FKIEN1$ OF UNION LABOR more evident that government control Undtrtakm' Supplies
have already endeared themselves to Mesdames Newn Thomas and Jack every city and town. !I of railroads furnishes a temptation
their pupils. Wynn spent Sunday with Mrs. Jno. The Knights of the Ku Klux Klann, Now Denies Right of Employer: to 1 and possibility to build up a mighty AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
4c, Marcus P. Dekle, of Bartow, Is visiting 1 McKinney.Messrs. which in' but a reorganization: of the Discharge; UHelens Employee I I I political machine which may become
I Always hand. The best
r homefolks and friends here for' Lucian and Ralph linen, order that ran the carpet bagger and I! dangerous to the republic. We have on setlice
a while. Misses Lorena and Myrtle Hazen, of the scalawag from the South in the 'Paraphrasing Shakespeare, "Upon already seen its influence on class leg at the lowest prices. Spe-
Miss Delle Duke is visiting her sis Brookrr, spent the week-end with stirring days of the reconstruction. what meat doth our Gompers feed islation and the rise. of demagogues; cial attention to telegraph or-
tt-r, Mrs. J. H. Whitehurst of Florence Mrs. Alvin McKinney period and restored to the white people that he has grown so great?" Not like Gompers, who fatten on the earn t-rs. Registered Embalm..r.DeWIIT .
S. C. Mrs.\ Autumn Youngblood and Miss of the South their rightful placein content with his success In forcingthe loge of their credulous dupes.
Miss Lucile Varnes entered school Rena Thomas left Saturday for Tam- the nation and the management of United States government in 1916to Ther was a period when we believed C. JONES
1 last week, being pleasantly located at pa to visit. relatives. their own affairs, was formed in Atlanta raise the wages of the railroadmen Gompers was exercising a ben STARKE. FLA.
' the home of her aunt, Mrs. P. P. PeVie. Roy Roberts left Saturday for Orlando in November, 1915. by the unpatriotic threat to tie I I, eficlal and steadying influence on union I iI
4 The Idea 'of perpetuating the principles up the road and paralyze all businessnor labor That was when the bol- UUH'Rm'R'R'.mnlIftIII DI-
I Mrs. Dudley Glllispio, of'Lake Butler Mrs. Pearl Reynolds and children upon which the old Ku Klux with his recent success in wringing Rhevists and I. W. W's were "boring r: --
visited friends here last week. left Friday for her home in Tampa. Klan was founded originated in the $600,006,000 increase from fcthe into" the ranks of labor and endeavor. No Wot ros in a Healthy Child
Among those who attended the Mescra. Frank Abernathy and Tom mind of Col.! W. J. Simmons, now professor roads already on the verge of bank- ing to commit that great body of laboring healthy All children color which troubled Indicate with......blood* have, and an Ml us. 1
birthday dinner of Mrs. P. P. Dokle Mills were business visitors to Starke of Southern history at Lanier ruptcy; an increase. which was speedIly i men to an endorsement of insane role there la more or lees stomach poor dlitiirbaK
;t' Saturday were C. A. Savage and A. E Friday. 'university in Atlanta. Colonel Sim- followed by an order allowing the and unpatriotic doctrines. Mr. GROVE s TASTELESS chill TONIC given r...|ulrlr, |
'' Proctor of La"ke Butler, Mr. and Mrs Frank -Abernathy was a business 1 mom dedicated his life to this cause. roads to increase their rates to meet Gompers saw,.tat their success would for two the or three week. will enrich the. bled StmUttfolns .In
dlantluo.and act General
!It B. L. Duke, Dana ,Duke, Misses Lucite visitor to Worthington Springs last I and far fourteen years thought and the demands' of the men, and provide I mean an end to his comfortable $10- Tonic to t tie whole.lyuem.a*a Nature will tl>"
{ Varnes, Mae and Gladys Duke. Thursday and Friday. I studied to prepare himself. for this for the reconstruction of the roads to;, 000 job and he fought them vigor throw off or dltrel the wot-m",,and the Child will:.lit j
H. Tomlinson, of Lake Butler, and Hiriam Wynn visited in Hampton work meet the needs of the nation's busne !- ously. But since the meeting at Montreal J joo ..erlopt health. PIciiiNnt ,o talia elk W "*

Y, .. James Thompson of Worthington, Saturday afternoon.Mr On Oct. 26. 1915, Colonel Simmonsmet s, he now issues his autocratic die- ':,. confirming his position by re-
',j ', were business. visitors here Saturday and Mrs Arthur Brown visited with thirty-four of his friends turn that there wust be no reductionof electing him as head of the unions and USE "DIAMOND DYES"
...- Prof. Futch was a visitor to Raiford In Sampson Sunday. and after unfolding his plans they wages: and no discharge of men in I'', even proponed to increase his salary
t ',, Saturday. Frank Walker was a business visl signed a petition for a charter. On the intests! of economy. I I by $2,000, which he had the good sense
1 L. G. Johnson and Marcus P. De tor to Waldo Thursday.The Thanksgiving night, 1916 the organization Having rained wages to an unprecedented '!l'I to reject, he has been more autocraticand Py right! Don't rick n*
Vie were transacting business in Lake many friends of Miss Florence assembled! on top of Stone plane setting an example dictatorial than ever He not only tt'Tlal kacbpackageof'71rmond ; dire t
.Itutler Saturday Walker are glad to know that she Is : mountain, near Atlanta, and there at which was followed in all other lines I j dictates to his followers. but he Dyes" contains that *111
no simple
The many friends of Mrs. Reuben better at thin writing.: midnight, under a blazing fiery cross, of Industry, and which has resulted :., assumes the same position toward all woman can diamond *
Glover were;saddened to hear of hers Rev. W. E. Daugherty: of Rock they took the oath of allegiance: to the in disturbing: : the balance of industry,'!I I employes of labor, telling them whom t new, rich, fadeless color lnt j
., '1" death and extend their sympathy to wood. Tenn., closed a successful weeks Invisible Empire, Knights of the Ku until the farmers are complaining of they may employ and what wages: old garments, draperies' "PL' /
, the bereaved husband. meeting with three(, additions.Mrs. I Klux Klan. their lack of help and perforce reducing 'they roust pay. At present he is an ; cringe, everything, """beth of* i ".F
, ,,l' ',f' Mr. and Mrs. John Saucerman, Mrs. Annie McKinney i ill sick at The charter was issued. by the state : production of the necessities of obstructionist to that reconstruction wool silk, linen, cotton ,
i ',' Sarah Saucerman, G. W. Johnson and this time, of Georgia, Dec. 4, 1914, and a special life to a point that threatens famine | which the country so ardently desires! mixed good. *v
k d sr; \ Earnest Johns, of Rodman, visited relatives Mrs. Carl McKinney, of Sampson, I charter wan gi..nted by the superior prices, if not actual famine itself; he and imperatively needs He stands other Buy kind"Diamond-then Dyw perfect ** :i iult < 'Sf
," ;" and friends here Saturday and is spending: the week with Mrs. A. court of Fulton county July 1, now Issues his command that there 1! obstinately in,the way of any return are guaranteed even d i tI;
:' Sunday. McKinney. .1915. must be no attempt to reduce living to normal conditions, and insists. that you have never dyed bo'f.."" ';
Mr, and Mrs. Claude Renfroe were Willard Smith visited 1 Hampton on While conditions today are not the costs by reducing wages, no attemptto I we must conform to his ideas lIe is 'liruKgivt linn "Diamond I'!,".
i week-end guests. of relatives in our Thursday. : same as they were when the original: economize by discharging useless even plotting to place the country under Color Card"- 16 rich cola ,
\ section. Grandma Saxon left Friday to visit Klan was organized, the need for an employes. As to any contemplation the domination of union labor by
,( ..IJ\' ; Dewey Duke, of plant City, arrived her daughter; Mrs. R. N. Dowling. of I organization of this character is justas of wage reductions to meet changing returning to congress 'only such men I: snosabasp ens rag1euoltrlwi
Saturday night for a brief visit with Ziff I pressing: now as it ever was, according conditions and make it once more possible | as are' "friendly to labor," which in -paiu' eqi ul| 58uJq lat
l' bill parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Diik*. 111M!, Lee Youngblood visited friend to its founder for the common people, who have this his case means union labor onlv. I I > uo !. rues .uo ou anq ya.Iaql' '

!! i..l:.t.r John Mott of Lake Butler, and John at Hampton Saturday Its purpose is to inculcate the sac no Gompere to boost their pay, to se His arbitrary course is doing much "q bus: UBU.J;goy BUOVJU1]jaAaj atom pUB 1ligD 8BU: 999fii



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FRIDAY.. AUGUST 20. 1920.
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. ; CONSIDERED ,

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h :TLive State News ry] i :; HER CASE etc unt Sally-she r knew i 'J'

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I I."c__. ---- --. TAMPA WOMAN HAD SUFFERED ii"TErihr r

bureau Braden.. a
The census gave land girls are widows and feeling .
town a population of 3,868, r" increase against the atrocious conduct of the HEALTH WAS RESTORED I

of 105.1 per cent. man is running high. It is said that BY TANLAC s o i ;
McLarin! is alma preacher. WHEN I was smaltI .O WHEN I happened.
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The cypress mill at Apalachicola, "Just think of it, a little more thana I USED to watch ON SOME curarettee. t

employing 235 employes, closed down Having laid off the ground for foundations month ago I considered my case as . .

Tuesday night. The length "f the for three buildings instead of hopeless but today I am enjoying better 4 .. AUNT BALLY. WRAPPED NEATLY lift -I I (S

shut down will be determined ?/ mar. the one that was supposed to be erect health\ than for the past; ten . . 1 I. I

ket condition ed for the first pulp mill on Ick years" said Mrs John Clyde, of 2809 PUT UP fruit. IN A slasslae. jackaL. til

Griffin at Leesburg, C. F. Logan the Twenty-fourth street, Tampa Fla., I DIONT a1l f
S. C. Stovall,.owner of the Wood- pulp and paper expert of the Grass' while telling of her recovery by tak AND. VEGETABLE. ; 1! .r r

land Dairy Farm, Mount Dora, has Fiber Pulp and Paper Corporation, ing Tanlac."I : IT WAS just for look.
FOR THE winter. _
installed an Empire milking: machineand left yesterday for the north to complete have certainly had my share of .. RATHERathat.. .j 1 n.

has added thirteen head of purebred the purchase and assembling: of suffering! for during the past ten Tt I I REMEMBER bow BUT .

Jerseys to his herd. the tanks, machinery and fittings for years it seems to me I have gone THE EXTRA wrapper.

the mills and to let the> contract for through all the misery with stomach SHE PACKED It all. e sa .I

Mr.and Mrs. J. H. Cole of Ft. Lauderdale the construction cf a new improved trouble and nervousness that anyone KEPT AIR tad darapnee ., 1 I ,

hold the record for Broward harvesting machine designed by him. could. I had to always be careful IN CLEAN class'Jan. S "ltf',\
.i . ALL OUTSIDE. .....
county and probably of the state, for self about what I ate and for supper I rl J
AND SEALED the tope
the largest baby. A' perfectly normal was almost afraid to touch blta, for . AND GOODNESS la. +. h 1]

baby girl, weighing 15 pounds, was Guy Tyson of Lake City, lineman it caused me no end of suffering. I WITH PARAFFIN. ' '

born to them Sunday. in* the-.employ of the Southern Bell had frequent spells of indigestion, . SO THAT'S. .another.. 9

Telephone Co., lost his life when my heart would act so peculiar TO KEEP out i
as the result BLAME GOOD Mason wk?.
H. H. Cannon is dead and Will Pas- of coming in contact with a live I I became alarmed for fear I had ,

ey is under arrest at Hawthorne, as wire while engaged in work en a pole heart trouble. Why, at time, my ALL THE air and keep. SATISFY.

the result of a difficulty which arose some thirty feet from the ground. The heart seemed to top beating entirelyand . .

between the two men about midnight young man had completed his work then it would start off with a THE JUICY. .flavor. la.' t

Sunday. Both have been residents of and was in the act of descending when rush and nearly frighten me out of AND- ALL the winter. Q tllTR right, that neat ..,...1_

the Lochloosa section for a long time. I !he accidently came In contact with an my wits. My nerves were almost . jacket un't JURt for looks.. It .

| electric light wire carrying the city completely shattered and I had for- THANKS TO her protects- your Chesterfield from I
the weather- eal in the flavor of'thallll
While using dynamite for the destruction lighting current. The unfortunate I'I'I gotten what a good night's rent meant wonderful Turkish and Domestic 1

of fish in the Suwannee river young man received the voltage, itpassing I I could not got out in the night air WE HAD the fruit, tobaccoskeeps' them in I'

Wednesday, Grover Earle, a young I through! his body causing instantaneous at all, for it gave me such a depressed prime shape for smoking t Rain or
white man, lost his right hand when death. feeling I could hardly stand it. My OP SUMMER on oar table shine, winter or summer Chesterfields (,

the dynamite exploded before he released shoulders and arms hurt me something ) olaoy.e".aUafyl" N
itPmellaa awful and I had to lie in bed k
An aviator at the Naval Air Stationat \
on my back, for I was in ('on tantpain

county has decided to make remember Pensacola will long have cause to I if I lay on my side. t could walk
pigeon which I
its road pavement sixteen feet wide, saved' his life, or at least contributed probably j but a few blocks without giving out ,

aa the old plan of nine-foot pavement in no small degree to having him rescued I all completely the time.and I was growing weaker

has been found unsatisfactory and ex. after his
plane went down In the j
Several other counties "One day my husband brought mea $
are I
pensive. gulf ten miles from the shore and was I bottle of Tanlac .
and I started
adopting the sixteen foot pavement.
unable to rise again. It was thonJ taking It' and I am certainly gladI
that the carrier pigeon was freed af '
did, for it has meant more to me
Circuit Bullock of Ocala is
Judge ,
ter a message had been attached,
giv. than I can ever tell. I began! to improve
quoted as saying that the letter purporting ing position of machine. Arriving: at -
right and for the last CIGARETTES 1
to be his, presented to he pardoning the station the message was read and three
board in favor of W. S. Tucker weeks now I haven't had an
i I aid instantly dispatched to the
machine ache or 'pain of any kind and have
is an absolue forgery. Judge Bul in trouble.
lock was asked to write a letter but )I simply been enjoying perfect health.

refused. The state pardoning board j, I am eating just anything I please
At the last meeting of the and Buffer -
pardon never any bad affects in
has been fooled '
absolutely by someone
ing board eleven men under life sentence the leant. My heart action is nor

I', for murder were granted conditional mal and my nerves are as steady as -- {
pardons. The one who had I could wish. I can go out in the I awarded.him the diploma He complied Mr. and !Mrs Lloyd Shark (iOfl! quickly relieves Constipation,

Dputy sheriffs and U. S. special been serving the longest time was night: air without any fear of suffering with their lenufwt, but that institution at Lake Itutlvr with rt'lntivon BiliiniHiieas, Loss of Appetite and I

agents destroyed eighteen .stills in'' sent up in 1908 and the others ranged : :, for I have been built up so thatI wrote back that they did not Mr. and 11rs.Ielvin: Ileus, of Lake Headaches dun. to Torpid Liver
Okaloosa last week. A
county large)I f"001.1911 on up to 1919. One was I am feeling better and sttonger in give him a diploma. He was, however Butter, spent the veek'iid with Lloyd

quantity of beer and also.other raw material few-.I' pardoned who was only sent up in every way. My friends are surprised given a. certificate by that, institution Clark BUBONIC PLAGUE. IS '
'destroyed Only
was a April 1919 for life. One under 20- saying that he had taken a certain
to sec me looking! so well and Jam Donald' Adkins and mother left on
of the captured. This
record operators accomplished were in (seven'' year sentence for murder was also praising Tanlac to them alk" examination The ,presiding elder was !Monday to visit Mrs. Adkins' daughter CARRIED BY RATS
paidone Two under life sentence Tanlac is mild In Stuike by F. L. notified of the affair and in compuny; !Mrs Percy Kelley, near Lake j

days. j I for ape were pardoned, as were one Turner; in Itaiford by Weaver DrugCo. with other ministers went to Boca Okrei'hohi'ii!, KILL THE RATS .

I. negro under 20- 'enr sentence and "one .; in Lake Butler by Tomlmsnn- Grande to investigate the affair Upon
Daytona will acquire one of the biggest | Mr. Cunoii, of New Itiver, was In
prisoner under 5 year sentence both I M.1nes Drug 'Co, and in Worthing-, arrival of the presiding( elder and .
and most settlementsof our burg last week I I I
prosperous for same offense. to.i by K. T Ta 'lor.-Adv. it won found that the doctor- I
foreigners on local lands of any parson had left town. Before leaving Sam Mundy spent' Saturday In Lake M I
similar project in the state of FlorIda '' sht'rircJn; ;; Butler I I
Deputy and :McDadeof [ town, however, he told one of his TO-DAY.
with the completion of the projectfor Miami, were arrested by federal mule since he lost his right arm end I stewards that he did not have a diplo. Mr. and MiSt. E. K. I'uppitll nndchildren

bringing several hundred of the officers on the double charge of board- has been compelled to use a hook on :i ma nor did he attend a medical col- of Starke, paused through By Using.STEARNS' '

thrifty, prosperous Belgians to settleon Ing a British vessel!, the :Molly 0, be. I it, he has expected trouble. And he I|loge. I' tide one day last week, '
the Tomoka farm lands that had trouble PASTE'
near a plenty Sunday when
fore being inspected by customs officers I i John Hodges was a visitor to New
city. and of transporting to Miami 11- harnessing: a dig brown mule belong O\iil\M> ItltKAKS ANOTIIICHHIXOUM !River I( lnkinmUnnitliiiU Sunday morning
ing to J, H. Some It seems that the I I l < knuwliMBiiil. : W.birlm:... I It rnwMr '
Chas. H. Ingersoll of New York, a : quqr said to have been brought from sharp hook slipped when the mule I I I Charlie McKinney find sun, Kay, r >1..>lm.III Ia.I.wt. bi run. train Hi" lnilUl.In . t<
i Bimini, in the Bahamas, on the ship. l r wnb.M<|,Orluc' oiikiUUiIn
member of the firm of manufacturersof tossed up its head and buried itself In have returned home after spending' awhile 1M" "".11'.1. .........*. .<..mnlSkMhuul
Across the United, States 3.442I
Green was u captain of infantry over. I .
Louise with hi father who > .l hn miuutfli to kill tg4Walr.r
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the hollow
the one dollar watch, has bought: over the mule's eye, and I j
seas. The captain of the British \'el. miles from New York to San ORDtH 1001 DUUI ,
I Is ill.
15,000 acres of land surrounding Sor ,eel told the federal officers that the :Mr. Smith found It impossible to px.1 I with an average of 27.2 miles to v"I'Y.-! ___ k
rento in Lake The tract will I tricate'it while the mule in is .
county. deputy sheriffs represented themselves pain the gallon of gasoline! Twentyfivedrivers \ 1o
be set out to orange and other fruit and fright: was throwing its head' ZIFF"
i handled the
to be officers and that they raided the I (car .
trees and employee of the company, ship and took off the liquor in that caI I about so lively. With his arm caught! That's the new transcontinental .. I 'cfzeaks

numbering more than 20,000, will be pacity. The liquor was not turned in this manner Mr. Smith was throwli j I i economy record established on Mon- Ziff. Aug. 'JO.-Mr. and Mrs. G. B.ColHon ,

given an opportunity to buy homes over to the authorities and no reportof off his feet and whirled about through j day, July 2lith, when the Overland Bessie Colsort and Mrs. J. It.I < .

and groves at cost.A the raid made by the deputies. I t the air until the leather straps holding I "How Much Gas" car found the end j I Shaw, of Itrooker, passed. through our

:' the hook broke and threw Smith of its train before the Overland storein burg Sunday. & atilt Sftfn

company organized to go into Fred Kaufman, stunt man for the ten feet away. While his shoulder'was Van Ness avenue Han Francisco.The I Dr. Oarcfoot, of Worthington, wasa I ,

the syrup business has been formedat American Bioscope Company, makers i badly sprainod-he thinks he was !; run was started from 1 Goth professional caller: In' thin section
San Antonio. This new company I I lucky that he was hurt no worse Mr/ Because of her rosy checks and
of moving: pictures, pulled off a unique street and Broadway New York, at Sunday

owns a thousand acres of land about stunt at Tampa which was witnessed Smith stated that with proper care midnight, July IKth. Just 170/ hours Rev J, W. Woods returned Sunday satin bl>.in a woman attracts the 3

two miles southwest of San Antonio. by thousands of persons. Kaufmann he thought the mule would recover. j later, or roughly 7 I.:! days, this lightweight afternoon after revivalmeeting I Iyoung
conducting a admiration all When the
Clearing has begun and the men.
company allowed himself to be securely wrapped | : car had completed one, of the Mounteochu.
expects to plant 300 to 400 acres to Rev J. J. Ramsey, pastor of the at
in chains which unusual transcontinental
heavy were padlocked most Interesting and Messrs. arid : worn anpeers
Percy Eugono
Methodist church at Boca Grande is
cane the coming winter. A cane mill ,
and while thus chained he was Journeys In recent auto- '
in trouble. He claimed that he had attended church at Mountuocha Sun in herr .
and syrup plant will be erected and thrown into the Hillsborough: river mobile history, Eleven! states crossed Jay r,. ,1))
graduated from medical college be .
the entire acreage planted to cane. from the Lafayette street bridge into a with all their variety of rough coun I bite I
fore being! admitted to the ministry, : \ Mr. and Mrs. Hudson I'almur and glass! may
twelve feet of water Half a minute try roads, broken mountain trails."tretrh..s \
childrenof Gainesville the
and during his time he spent .. \\i rdJ
oil pimples
C. D. Ueff, connected with an spare proceeded I /occ
later he came to the surface !with his of mud and weary waste. of week-end with relatlvn.
drilling! company in Texas, writes that arms, legs and neck free from the encumbering > to practice mAdiclnwlthouta desert land; yet the car arrived in J Dr. Hunter of Hampton in f 1- .. l' .. and blotches /
licenxe. The local physician and I wu .
the wild cat well at Wakulla in wes -
chain and was hauled into San Francisco ready and fit for a return this section. I
tern Florida is in and Is making an some of the laymen of his church i Friday .. !J and she im-
the boat waiting: to pick him up. On trip. Quigley Overland! Cn.Rub.My.Tlsm .
estimated daily flow of five hundred he in straitjacket somehow doubted the truthfulness of ,,I, u._ ____*.._ .. ___ J( It. B. Thomas was a business visitor (1 "
Wednesday was put a -
his claims along the medical line so I to Brooker Saturday }t1cdioldy goes ,
barrels, though! it is down in the oil ,
and suspended by his heels Is a great pain killer Mrs Ellen
I'aclgett and
und only one foot. He expressed the from the second story of the federal they proceeded to investigate! the mat. It rclievces pain and soreness caused I. Lubedia, of Gruhajn the daughter, to the drug! store for paint, pow- 1

opinion that if a few good: strikes are building and in about a minute's time ter. When they asked'him to producehis by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, I, were guests!
of her brother, S. L. Trvscott Saturday ders when she
made all of Florida will be developedfor medical diploma, he said he had ant beauty creams,
he had wiggled! out of the restraining: j{ .
oil, graduated from a medical college! but LONG, KKIOGE: should there for blood mcdi-
bonds and hauled down For both I RO a
that his diploma was locked in his J. n, Thomas and daughter, ,
stunts the movie cameras were loaded I Inoue, were visitors to Breaker Sat I I I sine and vtn.nach ult'rot.ivc.nown/
trunk which was yet In the north.
A. J McLarin, a middle-aged: paint and some remarkable film taken i Long Bridge, Aug, 20.-Little An. urday.
salesman and traveler from Lakelandwas I Then they requested him to give the na Mae Johns returned! to her home as "GoMun Medical Discovery.
Illlery: Thomas Wednesday atLaCrosse
and location of the college that spent
arrested Saturday night and car. name from Lake Butler last week wh..reIIhe
What Is said to have been the most
with bin sinter, Mrs. Debbie This tunic and blood
ried to the Bartow jail on a charge of remarkable and daring exhibition of I had been visiting her mother who i Shaw vttrt'taLle>

I assault upon a little seven-year-old, flying ever seen at Carlstrom field was ill. I S. I.. IVascott and son, Rufus!, were alterative clears the skin' beautifies
girl in Lakeland. It is said that M-( I I Eugene Adkins. the little Don of
was given Tuesday. It is said that a I visitors Waldo
to Saturday
Do the blood
You More it increases
Work supply
:' Larin had just been released on bond cadet, having been told that he would I v Mr. and Mrs Jim Adkins, died Thursday | Mr. and Mr*. R. I'. Lewis and chll- ,

in Tampa on the same charge. The never make a flyer, became angry and I enjoyment You are more out ambitious of everything and you when get more night.: Eugene was only sick for : dren spent Sunday near Graham with and thecirculation, while pimples

i mothers 9Jr, oth.,$he :Tumpaand+ Lake- before he could be stopped went up in I blond Is in good condition. Impurities your In three days with pneumonia. Dr. Kingof Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Groover. boils!eruptions vanish quickly..'

an aeroplane and began a series of tile blood have a very depressing effect on Lake Butler, did all! he could for Ellery Thorn, returned home Mon.

B stunts that rained the hair of the oldest I the system causing weakness larlnefis, the sufferer. The little one was laid day after. seven weeks spent In Jack. Ask your nearest druggist; for Dr.Pierce' '
a veterans on the field. After successfully I nervounnesa and mckness. to rest In the Sapp cemetery at 3:30.: 1 1 sonville.
JROVO'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC The parents wish to thank the peoplefor Gulden Medical Discovery \
performing! every i J. B. Thomas and son, Ellery, were
known to aviators and some that were restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying their kindness! and sympathy I', visitors to Brooker Monday in tablet or liquid form or send
unknown tho tail of his machine almost I and Enriching tbe IHixid. When you fret Mrs. Ben Sapp loft Saturday for .
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fu strengthening/ invigorating .effect sue Jacksonville where she will visit relatives lOc for trial package. of tablets! to
touching the ground at times,
how It brings color to the checks.. and howIt i HILL-MILLER I II .
1u the cadet flew to Arcadia and went I Improves tbe appetite you will then and friends I, ____ i Dr. Pierce'. Invalids' Hotel ia

n through the same performance there. !' appreciate its true tonic.value.OROVI'S Rev. Mullady, tit Hampton filled his Mr. Elmer Alonzo Hill and Miss" I
Several lieutenants went to force appointment here Sunday. i Buffalo( N. Y.
up TASTELESS Chill TONIC I Mary Miller were married at Jacksonville .
him down, but instead of the cadet I j IM not a patent medicine It Is simply Hev Dartjr started a week's meeting Saturday, August 7th, the i I

being! forced down, the lieutenants re- j IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup. here! Thursday. Everyone Invitedto ceremony being performed by Rrv. H. I I

turned to earth. On the way back to '| So pleasant even children like It. The come A. Spencer of the Springfield Metho- I II :1
the field, however grief: overtook the | blood la-rdtt Quinine to Purify It and IRON:'; Little Cleo Crews III on the sick )list 'list church The groom well known :
Lunch it. These reliable tonic i ,
to 1
prep. DAVISAgency
; S. Johns left for Jacksonville
e S young man when flying very low his ertlell never fail to drive out Impurities in i W. Tuesday and ,popular] here, now lives at South I
plane struck a tree top. The machine. the blood where he will spend awhile Jacksonville. The bride, a charming "

fell, caught fire and wa destroyedI j The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE Mrs W. S John. and son, L. J., are young lady in. a daughter of Mrs. : Est. 1886 j}

but the cadet wa uninjured TASTELESS dull TONIC has made it upending a while in Starke with rela Mary Miller, of Jacksonville. The
Habitual Constipation Cured! I the favorite tonic In thousands of homes tives. many friends of Mr and Mrs Hill

In 14 to :21 Days We always like to have O T. Smithof I More than thirty-five yean ego. t",ik* I Mr and Mrs Sam Moody spent wish them all happiness! After August INSURANCESTARKE

[LAX-FIOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially I Irtpared Orslno pay U8 a call says i the Cocoa would ride a long distance to get C.KOVC: j. I Sunda at Sampson with their daugh- 31 lit they will be at home in ,
Syrup Tooic-Laxa'Jve for Habitual I Tribune but :Monday when j TASTELESS Chill TONIC! when i tar Mrs fria: Drtlwn.I South Jacksonville '
l iiutipation.. It relieves promptly but member of their family had Malaria or
iuould h.' iiited us his. new was much more green Moody, of New River, was In .
be taken regularly for U to 21 dsys needed It body-building, strengthgivingtonic. ,
Jo Induce regular action. It Sumu'atea! and unpleasant than he usually hands j j.j .0 The formula Is Just the same today I our burg Sunday. We are proud of the confidence doc
guUtes. Very Pleasant to Take a Dec'' _t. O. T Say that for fifteen year .P'l you CUD get It from any drugstore & I John Staruell, of Starke, passed tors, druggists and the puhlle have in I

bottle. f evrj t :mi he hu bridled a h >.e or Me per txxtle. through our burg Sunday morning, OflO Chill and F'ever Tonic.-Adv.


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