Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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: January 2, 1920
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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Volume ID: VID04527
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Peace, Good Will and Plenty Reigned The other day a Starke citizen saw 'ip'"

Wood Alcohol Used to Concoct Drinks on Christmas Day some little girls playing with toy pistols 'ExprrHi; Companies Will Also He Former Resident of Lake Huller( Died As a result of a correspondence .' ," .

1! Sold to Drinkers which suggested to him the' fol. Turned Back to Owners I Sunday Night opened by Captain DeWitt C. Jones 1

Christmas Day passed away peacefully lowing incident which he told to the I with the state adjutant general's of- .

New York, Dee Seventy-eight and plentifully. For two weeks Telegraph reporter' the moral of the ''in 1'wo Years Government Lout. $616- I Tallahassee' Dec. 29.-The many flee) an effort will be made to form a

persons have died during the part 48 before the Christmas dinner the wom- narrative being that every woman (100,000 Operating Roads friends of Mr. and Mrs. Howard F',. military company in Starke, and Adjutant ",

hours and scores 6f others are suffering cn folks had worked and planned for should know how to handle a revolver,, Stanton, of this city, were greatly General Sidney J. Catts, Jr.,

; from paralysis und blindness, due this event, and if the wives had been and the best way to get "broke in" i President Wilson issued a proclamation shocked this morning to I learn of the will be in this city on January Cth,

I to drinking wood alcohol "whiskey," paid wages-as some papers advocatethe was in childhood by means of a toy' December 24 returning the rail. death of Mrs. Stanton at 12 o'clock next Tuesday, U see what can be done. ,

\ according to reports received tonight wages and the eatables would pistol. roaijy'fcnd express companies to private Sunday night at the Silver Cross hospital There will be a meeting of citizens on

1\\, from seven Eastern cities and Chicago. make most Christmas family dinners lie said that a couple of days be- control on March 1. that day at 8 p. m., at the courthouse, ,

cost $50. While the women were perspiring fore, two Starke ladies were compelledto The failure of congress to enact remedial Mr.*nd Mrs. Stanton came to Tallahassee and a large attendance is desired.

N". The toll of poisonous liquor Is the : in the kitchen, "pa" enjoyed make a journey out in the countryby legislation is given as the reason only a few months ago from There has been allotted to Florid

e highest in New England, where sixty complete serenity for he had spent automobile without male t'scort.I I for extending the time two months Lake Butler, where Mr. Stanton's parents two battalions of infantry, composedof
deaths are recorded. In connection I the last cent he had and no further They were afraid of being molested by I beyond the date originally; set by the reside. They have made a number four companies each. Two companies *

'1 S with the New England: deaths and six demands could be made on his purse. drunken men and decided to take a revolver :' presideit. The Esche-Cummins bill, of friends during their residencein have already organized. The

\. reported in New York City, police, internal It was the first peace he had had for along (though neither of them I I designed to meet conditions incidentto Tallahassee, where Mr. Stanton is adjutant general's office has in mindto ..

revenue officers and agents of three weeks. He ate his dinner, knew how to use 'one). The mother of the return of the roads, is now in manager for the Standard Oil Com form a company under the platoon '

i the department of justice, are seeking smoked cigars and burned some fireworks one of the ladies succeeded in "scaring cpnferenee with the prospect that an puny All who have met them extend system in the towns of Starke, Guineaville -

j'i Adolph Paranell, importer andI in the evening, and thus felt up" a revolver, and her daughter ,I agreement between the house and the heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved arid Alachua. .

I commission merchant of this city, who that he was a 100 per cent American. seized it by the muzzle with two fingers I senate will be threshed out before the husband. Mrs. Stanton's illness was The desirability of having a company -

"1 they assert sold twelve barrels of the While the families in Starke enjoy- as if it had been a dead' mouse, first of March,. but there are indications of very,-brief duration she having of mi lit wry men In Starke, con -r

i poisonous liquor. The police charge ed: their dinner, all the eating places and carried it to the auto with averted that a lively fight will ensue before been taken ill Sunday morning l Four lIi.Jl'I'inothe/ troublesome and

J that the "whiskey" was concocted inv In town were full of hungry guests, face. It was gingerly laid on the scat either house adopts the other's physicians did) all that was possible tain times, cannot be denied,

! Paranell's store. except Hotel de Kite, which was emp- between the ladies, and the new fear I position on the anti-strike clause or but their efforts were unavailing and have enough of young/ men to uncer"f...
ty and desolate. The afternoon was of the revolver, which might go off, the question of ('ontinuinthe government she passed away a few hours after efficient company to .' .3,

(I'' Chicopee, Mass, Due 27.-The death clear and a cool, brazing breeze fromthe you know, made them oblivious of I guarantee to the roads until being taken to the hospital. peace in our town, if necessary :'

J, list resulting from the drinking of north, making all feel good and drunken men. they tan obtain increased rates to Funeral services will be held in -.--- 't '

"coroner's cocktails," said by Medical the rest of the day was spent in walks They arrived safely back home and I meet the advanced operating costs. In- Tampa Tuesday, from the home of RUBY DAVIS' PARTY .r

Examiner Fletcher to contain wood 01' automobile drives, ending with attendance returned the revolver. The lady's I asmu .
alcohol, during Christmas, had reached at the picture show. father found that it was an old and systems have been retained virtually been' prepared for forwarding on the' Tuesday afternoon; ; before Christ ff' '. 't ,

forty-five in this ;city, Springfield, The children have no reason' to complain useless thing! forgotten for years. Not intactby) the railroad administration, afternoon train and was accompanied) mall, little Miss Ruby. Davis enllr'j'

Greenfield and Ilolyoko early tonight. of niggardliness on Santa 1a't1s' only was it not loaded, but it was the return of the roads will involve to Tampa by'Mr. Stanton and his tained about forty of her littlo friends '

,With the additional/ deaths in Hart. part> for they had toys and goodies in without the cylinder. legal and financial rather than operating mother, Mrs. H. N. Stanton, of Lake by giving a Christmas tree party, at

ford, reported to bcj thirteen late in treat abundance, as well as loose questions. These departments of Butler, who reached Tallahassee Sun- the home of her parents, Mr, and :Mrs.L. '

afternoon, the figures were nearingthe :nickels. Taken altogether, this Christ AN ORGY OF EXTRAVAGANCE the railroad administration are expected day night A. 'Davis.Each .

sixty mark and it was expected mas was as good as any that had ) to remain in operation with increased guest brought a gift for the

that before the night had passed the come before it and we were as reek- Sometimes when merchants get together p< rsonnel for months after the DEATH OF MRS. PARMENTER charming younf '!'ales., and delight

toll would be much higher, due to the less in our expenditures as we have they do other things than con- return.In ful games were enjoyed t\y the entire ':,..
number to ever been before. nive at increasing prices, or plot for the opinion of railroad officials of the -V.einir '''' '
increasing of cases coming Mrs Sarah Purmenter, wife of Mr.H. company, one game ; ... '..:; ""' ''
I the attention of physicians and police. more profit. Sometimes they talk confidently the presi,lent's proclamation' on the F. Parmenter died at her home in 'feeding the Teddy bear." Each criiJJ; .., 'f.".

!IVI, Alexander Perry, owner of the DEATH OF INFANTThe and in disgust, of the trendof return' of the railroads should tran- the Wateroak section' December 24th. was blindfolded and given a peanut {Ivy i fl ?

I \ American House in Chicopee Falls, the public to extravagance.A quilize thu labor situation inasmuch In August of last year she had sustained to feed to the Teddy Eugene Mat. .1',;

:, who was held under $10,000 on the,, angel of death visited the homeof small circle of Philadelphia mer- as government control has- been extended a stroke of paralysis front Jicws, Louise Peek and Julian Peek, 'Il " t '

''I I charge of manslaughter, after pleading Mr. and Mrs T. A. Dukes on December chants meeting at their club for lunch- to March 1. The unions have which she never recovered.The Jr., each performed the feat of find- 7j

,I not guilty, was questioned by the 24th, and took their darling con this week, over their grapefruit been pressing a settlement of wages born lug the bear's mouth After drawingstraws ; ;'
deceased in Bulloch
,'',. district attorney. All saloons in this baby, Rosa Lee, to the realm of the cocktails became confidential and bru- demands before' the roads are returned was it was decided that the prize '
'Ift f city and Holyoke were closed this afternoon blessed. The little one was not quite tally frank in some statements. It on the supposition) that this would [county, Ga., in 1857, a daughter of the should go to Louise Peek, and she was ,.

i\.A+ by the police. three months old, but during her short will do us, the buyer at last instance, be on January 1, but have not indicated late Riley Glissnn. She come to Florida sanded a bag of peanuts. ..,
, in early girlhood. She was married ",
life she had been as a sunbeam in the good to see our clve"as they see us. how the change of time will aft'p'tth / The Christmas tree was a thing of

''jt:I New York, Dec 27.-Detectives home. That she was taken nway at a The hatter spoke: "Our salesmen 'ir plans Nor has it been demonstrated to Mr. Purmonter in 187(1( and beauty, all lufli'n with decorations and ,

ill. \:1 seeking the source, of whiskey manufactured time when others know only joy, wasa have been instructed to cut every order how the statement of Attorney to the union were born cloven\ children presents for the little people Mr. E. :d.T {,
of ,
1 from wood alcohol which has double burden for the poor parents. for hats retailing from $12 to $18 General Palmer that a lower trend of I four sons and one daughter II. 1 l'<. Perryman acted as Santa Claus: ,;.: i.f)16;.a) '.J
which survive her 11.
caused scores of deaths in the east The remains were laid to rest at to 25 per ecnt'of the order. And then prices is expected in January and Jo'l'b-1 they namely, and distributed nuts and candies to all, .ala ,

i within the last two days, tonight expressed 21zey cemetery on Christmas day, and when the orders reach the salesrooms ruary will affect the wage: Johey, Berry and Purmenter and doll to each girl and horns und tops 1 ,;
I they are cut still more. The demandfor which have been held off to give the Mrs., Drew'Bryant.: Twenty-one grandchildren ,-
the opinion that hundreds of only a littlo mound marks the spot to the boys __"
barrels of the poison liquor were madein where the joy and hope of the parents the highest priced men's hats is soexcessive I government a chance to lower prices. I survive and her one She great is grandchild also' mourned- At the! close of this merry afternoonMrs. ;

this city by a band of Italians and are buried. But they are good Chris. that there is not highgradematerial Big! problems confront the express) ) by two brothers J. H. Glisson, of Davis, assisted by Mrs. E. K. -.i.i
chipped; to nearby states. inn people, submissive to the will of enough to near meet the de ; companies consolidated into one system Miami, and Elam Glisson, of McRae; Perrymun, served the children with s f

'The detectives made this prediction Him who giveth and taketh away, mand. under government control. The also two sisters, Mrs. Ed. Azman und( cake and ambrosia. I
the wind to the The furrier said: "A prosperous four original corporations are reported '
who --S
after a raid on what is believed to and lie tempers
Mrs. E. J/Lewis of Starke. ,
looking mechanic and his wife enteredmy to have asked the department\ of ,
in their
have been an illicit still on Baxter horn lamb will comfort them ('RAWFORI) NOItMAN '
For she hud been -
if it be violation of the Sher- many years a .
bottles marked have friends who place last Saturday afternoon, andthe justice a x
street, where eleven sorrow They many -
faithful and devoted member of the 1
"whiskey flavor" and "whiskey ex deeply sympathize with them In their wife asked for a fur coat. The mnn act for them to remain a unit. Primitive Baptist church. Her kind On the evening of December 23rd, ;, j J.. ,+'I'+
Two of
tract" were found concealed among ereavement.> saleslady showed her one,which was years government operationof and cheerful disposition won the love a largo crowd of people assembled at .. k

bags of sawdust The proprietor of A loving cousin, Edna Dukes. priced at $150. It was promptly rejected the railroads have resulted in a deficiency of all. She was a faithful and lovIng the home of Mrs. E. Padgett, in the "
to the of about I
Other t
the wife. government
by garmentswere
the basement was arrested, charged wife and mother, ready and willing Vanderbilt section to witness the nuptials f \ ,
with being a suspicious character RAIFORD BOY ADVANCED 'I shown, but no purchase was $640,000,000. according to Sherley'sestimates. : to help in sickness and distress. of Mr. Ellck I. Crawford and :, \ '
made until coat for .
a selling $350 was ?
o'clock the
At 7
Miss Sallie Norman
-S The remains were laid to rest at
:, Augusta, Ga., Dec. 28.-The coroner Oscar Sparkman, of Raiford, who produced The mechanic paid in cashon the 111GIiLANDHighland the Dye! cemetery Christmas day and ceremony took place and was perform. r,
his wife
I of Richmond county in a statement the spot, and wore cd Rev L. C. Futch of Raiford. S\ .. ..
recently enlisted in the U. S. Navy, a great concurse of 'people came to by ,1. .. .
coat out of the store. ,,
issued late tonight said that wood alcohol The bride was tastefully dressed In r ; .
their last The bereaved
the Naval respects.
attached to
and who is now The jeweler, remarking: "business I ; Jan. 2.-C. Click, representing pay '
ha* caused the death of approx. white organdie and never looked more a
family have the of all during
Roads Va. sympathy &
Base Hampton .
in Operating must be poor with you fellows, said: the Lewis-Chitty Co., of Jacksonville !
imately sixteen to twenty persons advanced in rating from : their dark hours of sorrow. handsome rAfter t
has been apprentice "A stylishly dressed woman, a stran- was a business visitor here t '
Augusta and Richmond county during seaman to seaman, second One Who Loved Her receiving congratulations the
the past four months, the majorityof ger to us, walked into our store and Friday. A happy couple left for the home of Mr.and r
class. asked for a pearl necklace. She rejected Mrs.' H. C. Wimberly and Miss Ethel .I
those dying being negroes. The and 35 of EAST: STARKE Mrs. T. A. Crawford and from ; .-
Men between 18 age
official stated that in each case death years a $2,000 one as being 'too small Ricks were shopping in' the metropolis there they went to Jacksonville to ';, ,
128 or over, who are -
was sudden and brought about by either weighing: of the United States, of sound and insignificant. The cautious salesman Tuesday. East Starke, Jan. 2-Newton Strick make their future home. r '"

wood alchol or from low grades of mental and physical condition, good produced others, pricing: them F. A. Sanders made a business tripto land, of Sanford, Is spending the holidays The groom is a well known young 1 : \.

whiskey containing other poison ingredients moral character and able to read and without getting until much he enthusiasmfrom said 'this Jacksonville Friday, with his brother, A. B. Strick man of fine character and business 4;

write the English language, who are is the woman' 'I'll take that one.' Highland lodge No. 75 F. & A. M., land.Messrs. qualifications and hold a responsible ,'" I '! .'. ..
one $22,000. recently elected the following officers I Marvin Green and Albert position In the metropolis. The bride r" \ ..
interested in the U. S Navy are cordially 'Where shall I send it?'. he asked, be- '. e .
.BIGGEST !SHIPMENT OF WHISKY to apply to or commun- for 1920. I l Prcvatt, of Green Cove, were guestsat l is the second daughter of Mrs. E. I
invited customeron
anxious to $22,000
YET KNOWN with the Navy Recruiting Officer ing get F. M. Crews, W. M. the home of Mrs. J. C. Carter Tues Padgett and is a very accomplished .f.
his books.. 'You need not send it. '
It. D. Criflis S. W. and popular young, lady. The many -
I, Barnett Rldg.,. Jacksonville, or the it her bag, she day.Quite '" '
I'll and opening : '
of whiskeyon wear friends{ of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford ,
shipment both
The greatest recruiting station. J. II. Sapp, J. W. a crowd of people, youngand !
nearest bills
record is now enroute to the Atlan produced roll of 'high-powered' II. C. Wimberly, Treasurer old, were out to the Christmastree wish them happiness- and prosperity :' ?

tic coast from Kentucky distilleries.The }peeled off $22,000, put on the necklaceand .1 E. W. Wilkinson; Secretary Wednesday night and everyone on their j journey through life. i
220 carloads, CROSBY LAKE walked out to her big foreign A FRIEND.
shipment comprises J. W. Wilkinson, S. D. enjoyed it. i
5,000 gallons to a car, a total of 1- cur. Bryant Wilkinson! J. D. lice' C. E.: Saunders, of Sunnysido, --- _-S- \ "I
200,000 gallons, valued at $20 a gallonor Crosby Lake, Jan. 2.-Frank Bryant We are told that the manufacturersof I E. L. Wilkinson, S. S. filled his regular/ appointment at the NEW: RIVER :

a total of $24,000,000. Much of the and James Williams left Sunday for talking machines and cheap upright William Grime, J. S. Kingiiley lake church Saturday night: "J_ "

liquor is to be shipped to Europe If Plant City. pianos are almost in despair of ever Wesley Wilkinson, Tyler and Sunday New River, Jan. 2.-U. D. Johns, of I
10. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill are catching up with their orders I II 'I Pine Hill was transacting business,
it can be cleared before January Owen Marr formerly a resident Miss Florence Carter was a weekend '
I, the various trains. upending the holidays with relatives. "The higher they fly, the harder guest of Mrs. J. I.. Neighbors, of hero Monday.
I are on here but now living at Mims, surprised '
.Kj A big: revolving turret with a hugeW They left' Thursday for Jacksonvilleto I they fall, says a profane but truthful his friends by arriving here South Jacksonville Mauili Swvurlngen and sinter, Helen f'\

searchlight and manned by armed visit relatives before returning/ philosopher. We are destined to hit 'Thursday many morning with a bride having Scott Green und sister, Miss Mertie, have returned to their home, after a
roof of their home at Frostproof. earth again some time, and we had visit to their grandparents, Mr. and ,
a' guards: was placed on the a been married on the 20th. They of the Wateroak section, were guestsof
It P. B. is packing his household better be calling off the orgy of extravagance Mrs. SwcariniC'n, of Jasper.
1 big distillery near Newport, Ky. Bryant the visited relatives and friends here for the Misses Carters Saturday and -
barrels of goods and will move the latter which we are lost in I E.: A. Swearingen made a business _
75,000 Sunday.
If there are
is stated several days and thtui went to Jacksonville
P call '
Plant City. midst_ of._ __ Sense and reason vboth Jacksonville Monday 1" ,
of the week to attended trip to
whiskey stored in the distillery. mon tovisit relatives before returning Quite a crowd prayer services .
*1 1 - ....--- us to "be reasonable, and until : to their home. Sunday night at the Randolph Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Rivers and children -
1-, HILL[ we hear and answer that call we may school.! of near Brooker, are spendingthe
PINE BRADFORD expect things; to continue at sixes and H. C. Wimberly, Jr., returned Wednesday week with friends and relatives.

I,, has sevens in the country.-Tampa Trib from a two weeks' vi. with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hodges and
Hill Jan. 2.-Our C. II. Newsom
Pine Bradford, Jan. 2.- relatives at Madison.
vacation. une. children spent the week-end with relatives .
I week's
again after a Graham Sunday. -
opened ; In Alachua Fri was visiting near Mr and Mrs. L. A. Marr and children Before day Christmas morning unit friends vicar Dru<>ker.

/I'' F. M. Chancey was Albert Dubose, who is teaching MRS (GRAHAM! ENTERTAINS THE of Lawtey, spent Christmas here many were uwaRened by hearing outside Miss Fronio Rivers is spending the

'", day.Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Surrency and school at Lawtey, passed through our CARl CLUB with relatives. their windows sonorous voices week with her cousin, Alphie Hodges.

\ Mr. and Mrs. Craven Roberts, of Ala section Sunday afternoon. W. H, Graham Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby and baby, caroling into the night/ : I Messrs. Will Brown and Will Taylor ,
h Messrs. Eldon Baxter and Clyde Tuesday evening of Pine Hill, were visitors here .
chua and F. M. Chancey attended cervices entertained the memo of Starke, spent several days with her Remember, Christ, our Savior "
I at Brooker Sunday morning. Ward and John Pinholster were residenceof father, J. T. Marr, last week. War born on Christmas Day.' Sunday afternoon. if
club at the .
", section Sunday afternoon. bore! of the card Jacksonville Mrs. Alford McKinney, of Alachua, ;, ,
Crews of
our Marion was
spent ,
of Brooker ,
Alvin demons M. the I
Mr. and Mrs. J. Then as they moved off down
Misses her parents the week with her son
sisters is ,
with his cousin, Seeber Edwards and here Saturday to attend the installation spending
Sunday and "
Saturday and the voices fainter "
N. Walnyt
and Ida in Brooker Thurs- Alvarez, on Ray McKinney.
Eva were of officers at the Masonic lodge.
1 allie Surrency. played five hundred at I fainter in the distance i .
The guests morning fire destroyed
to have Mrs. Lee Cone day. Master Billy Wimberly, of Madison, Early Monday
We are glad M C. Pin- \Y. M. Andrcu and sister' Blanche, three tables, Mrs. R. McLane win- arrived Friday to spend a week with "Singing: the Holy Night, the furniture and barber shop of
Mrs. ,
las our new neighbor./ in Jackson- nlng the prize for the ladies, a hand I Watching for the morning; light." The dwelling belong
their home Ray McKinney.
holster is planning to move to Jack returned to the I Igentleman's the family of his uncle, If I. C. -
vile Wednesday. some'! rose jar, and W C. The youthful singers were Wilbur ed to Mrs. W. M. Parker' of Lake But-

sonville soon.Pinholster spent Sunday Misses Ruth Newsom and Ruby Edwards prize, a silver pencil. The I t Mr and Mrs. Robert Crews, of Scott, Telfair Long William Struth, ler. ... t
were in Brooker Thursday af consolation prizes were awarded to Starke Christmas here with Mr. Walter Kuhl, Mollie Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thomas, of Lake
to Jacksonville spent

I';' with her Sunday mother aftemo, returning n. ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell,automobile Mr. 'I and Mrs. F. M. Crews.W. BH I.lmbaugh; led by Rev B. D.Thorn-I Butler, spent Christmas with Mr. and

and John Pinholster and Eldon Baxter, Mitchell receiving a miniature Max Wimberly, of Gainesville, whose excellent training; was I Mrs Ben Kerce.
Leaston Wynn
)' Mr. and Mrs. grindingat and Mrs. Mitchell a small this the I,. Lewis was a visitor to Jackson
i children Dr. and Mrs. Johnson and of Brooker, attended the cane arrived Thursday to spend the holi- to splendid advantage on
J V. Edwards Friday night. broom. here with his Mr. and greatest of anniversaries. ville last week.
baby, of Raiford, Mrs. Annie Pinhol- T. of Starke Towards the close of the evening days parents, _S )..",
the Mr. and Mrs. Enos Hayes, Mrs. H. C. Wimberly.B. I
ster and daughter Finholster were among Sunday. were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Graham served delicious chicken II. Ricks, of JABelle, is spending; CHEER UP THE PRISONERS I METHODIST
of Mrs. and
guests saltines cocoa.
Mrs. N. G. Hayes, during the holi salad, pickles, a couple of weeks here with relatives. -
The guests enjoylnr this delightful Miss Catherine'' Crews returned on Mrs. J. M. Alvarez will be pleased Sunday school, 10:45 a. m.

ST. MARK'SSerond days.N. G. 'Hayes, Sr, was a visitor to evening were Mr. aid Mrs. W. C. Sunday from a month's visit with,rel- to receive,' as gifts for the inmates 'of Preaching a. m., and 7:80: p. m.

.Jai Worthington, Friday. Powell,, Mr and.Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, atives at Lawtey. the State Farm, old or new VlctroU Epworth League, 8:45: p. m. ,
after Christmas, Mr. and .4
Sunday i Mr and Mrs. W. B. Harvard, and"chll4ren records or for purchasing records. ,,- Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30
11: C. H. Newsom was in, Worthington: J Mrs. J. H. Bo war. money .
and Mrs.
communion sermon and ,
4th. Mr
I Holy McLane, ,I''
Roscoe and
Mrs. Magazines books -
newspapers p.
and James are spending a
Saturday. ,- t., .- m"J. "'
and sermon, Ahearn ,
, a. m. Evening prayer N. G. lIaye8.Jr.., who is going to M. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mrs., days in Jacksonville visiting: her sis j for the prisoner wM. also be C. DIGGS I;
y :(. Orlando Mr. and '
7:30 p. m. Borlay of ; Pastor.
Mrs. received.
the holidays thankfully ,..
C. A. ROSS, school in Starke, spent N. Sternber ter, Mr*. Barnes. "

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'week. W** the en of their romance.
that was
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... ,. with'relatives. I' Mrs J. Alu Sk did not C\1 ij> wrltoto her, but
tN' I I Eldon Baxter, of Columbia S. C., Brrivejf/ Jr take He

y' i who has, been working for the government Butler ]last we, Wd is the guest of I 11 0 the when a little late lie went to Burton

I" is home on a visit with his 'Mr. and Mrs. C 'i..Alderman., Love in town to work h* was filled one mo-

t parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter.W. Jim :Mott, ol nftkhingUm Springs 'j ment with the fei>$ that be might see

NeweItem: Crews, of Old Bradford, attend. was in town M4 y. Cobbler Shop her by chance n 'I 1 tb'n1th regret
t. County that he did not. Jut to have> her see
ed the installation Rev. S. S. Pri a '
filled his regular |
there the cobbler's
L i ,I. him sitting a caragonlrlng.
Saturday.L. at !
appointment MjUjn Saturday and
w Then
A. Brown one of Brooker's progressive pet slippers
Sunday t
1; Interesting fact Gathered During the Week br Our farmers, is grinding cane this ,day. going |to iu.ksonville: Non- By JANE OSBORN came the light.; ,e too bad her shoes

while I'alt'l1.. Then she
I Regular Correspondents. week at his farm. j red \ repaired
Mis Maude Hunter, of Lake Butler, ,| C. A. Savage Sunday to was blurting to No doubt she too ,

Alachua after spivi- the Christmas Mcelure N.w.- bwn spendlii her extravagant
afternoon. (Copyright, by the had
was in town Saturday .. ....
L holidays with hisi. nart.f> S)_ t
l of Graham in I Uy, I but wf'pks''nrotlon ho same way that
). R. W. Surrency, was There are advantages In having
f- GRAHAM spent the holidays with datives here. town Saturday. Mrs J. D. Aldcti Jaun
I Mrs. M. P. Mathcny and two sons, Mr*. II. S. Warren, has been on the are guests of Mr, *!i4 MrBt w. C. have them mended ;you can swing alongto still It gave Nat olel courage and he
--- the holidaysat Townsend this weii.:\ '*,; I peered out of be side of his magazine .
I Jan. 2.-Mr. and Mrs. of Starke, are spending sick list, but is somewhat better : the cobbler shop with the debonairair
Mrs. O. W. Maines and their home here. D. W. Kelly of New River, was in J. B. Dow ling, olQIL fee City, spent ot one unburdened by the bundle .

Elando Maines Marcie, Turner of Louise, I Miss Ina Strickland, of North Carolina town one day fast week. several days here hat feeek. contaIning tile other pair-If you had''' Rut Ruth thach; she peered over

sister, Mm. business. < is spending a while with her The many friends of Cantey Olliver, Mr. and. Mrs. AlU-t;Henderson of at him when h'was not looking refused

I were Frank here Beville Monday made on a business trip aunt Mrs. !i. S. Warren. of Pine Hill, are glad to learn She is Albany, Ga., are tVfepC8t of Mrs. one.For it Is only when you ore down to to permlther eyes to meet his.

,' Fred Hazen, of Hampton, spent a improving.Mr. ;. Onie Pons this week 4 that will wear the wornpsiI' Tills Nathaniel elt sure was because
: i to Gainesville Monday. week the home of Mr. Boyd of Vf firta one pair you she had felt offnded because he .
and Oliver-and few days of last at Malphurs spent part of last wan the to the shop and sit there In the never

,' ': '.: Mrs Wm. Spark of Louise were here his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Ha week with relatives in Starke. guest of his cousin, V-t Werts, Sun- old rocker In front of the cobbler's had written t.. her "Well that was
Gracie Sparks, ,
t attending the meeting in the Mr. and. Mrs. Minton and sister, day. ity I bench reading a much begrimed copy of but natural, espcially. If she had really

Monday, ; I zen.Roland Anderson, of Jacksonville-. who have been visiting in .Palatka, J. E. Names, Jr., a&pending the the "Saturday Evening; Post" for sometime cored for hit So when his shoes
I evening J. A.: J. McKinney, of Mounteocha, spent the holidays here. I returned home Friday morning. holidays with homefolkik. j < I In July 1913:\ and 'enrlnsthatIp : were repaired le"put them on and
Groover of Raiford, is Kasper Duncan is atijn{ week left the shop nd Ruth determined
\ here business Monday. I II Prof. J. M. There will be no Sunday school next ( the rather flreiQful part of 1t-the
wan on the holidays here with' relatives Mrs. Jim Padgett am* to write to her hat very evening asking .
Mrs. Enteys is visiting: her daughter spending Sunday afternoon at either church on ) on, carpet slippers provided for such as
I,. I II. and friends account of the monument unveiling of have returned to their lwno in East. : permission >i> come at once to see t

Mrs.. John Mary Loveless Sparks.Mrs. and son, Wiley, Lonnie Morgan and P. M. Barefoot the late E. D. Abernathy at Dedan Butler for the holidays. JMJ| you.So' Nathaniel In his well-brushed her.It '

I. of Tampa, are visiting;: her parents, motored to Starke. Thursday night.G. cemetery at two o'clock. Miss Ins Alderman Waiting her though; somewhat shiny serge ..suit his might be ven that she worked
of Starke spent Saturday parents. Vn as a stenngraplr something In his
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harry, during the W. Lewis, Remember prayer meeting Sunday > carefully tied though; mayhap threadbare -
here on business. night at the Free Will Baptist churchat Dr. MarshUurn and 81t' Wilbur of cravat end last year's bat well "plant" Perkins she was dally under

holidays. Wasdin" made a business Mrs. Anna Murrhee, of Starke, 7:30.: C a tahoochee, visited our I posed on Irreproachably arranged\ the same roof. For there were thou-
Matthew week with her mother town last week. sands of empljWs) there whom he
Gainesville Monday. spent part of last Joe Kelly was in town Monday on M locks, stepped rather Juuntlly Into the
'01 trip to Mrs S. J. Kelly. business. Friends of Mrs. HoM. n stantonwere concealing fiBTithe did not know.
II Mr. und Mrs. Jus. Reynolds, Mr. cobbler's shop, bent on
of. Gainesville spent made sad when He" walked ant convincing himself
Jones Messrs. PrankIleynolcin Grady Kelly, nc-.f.u reached world any resentment that he ('n.tPI'lalu'd -

r". ., and Mrs. Percy Willard Smith, and Willie last week here with friends and rela/*. LAKE BUTLER< -- here Monday that she harassed( in- j"1 toward' fortune for not having that this was tae until after walking '

visitors to Starke Tuesday. tives.L. t to the Great Beyond. Mi, ,and Mrs. made him n nillllnnnlre or toward his toward his lodlng; house for two or 4

I'rice Mr.were and Mrs. M. D. Price, Miss Alma . Maines and sister, Miss Nettie, Lake Butler, Jan. 2.-Rev. S. I. Stanton made their home t Lake Butler superiors nt the "plant" for not having three blocks ),felt distinctly cr

, I'rice. and Robert Price are visiting of Mountcocha, were in town Satur- I Hendrix and family have gone to Ala- for several months in made., Increased Ills salary more rapidly scions that soipone was" following f'vl'

relatives and f rivnds at Crystal day. 'I chua where Rev. Hendrix will take many friends while here. 'hey have For Nathaniel bad a mother and few paces bebid Mm. lIe glanc c Ilf j

I week.Mesxrs George: Crosby, of Jacksonville, up his new field of work. Lake Butler been making their home \isTslhahassee some sisters "down ..tst.." somewherewho over bis shouter, saw It was Ku J e
River this
J. V. Jones and Rule Johns, spent the holidays here at the homeof '' egrets to give up this' estimable since leaving here. Th "mains had to be provided for, and living and then turnli abruptly about ac: I IJ

'1 business visitors his parents. Mr. and .Mrs. E. L. family and wish them a prosperousyear. were taken to Tampa for bait Mon was very high; In Burtontown where faced her. *

; 1 of Hampton, were Crosby. I IMessrs. day evening. Ii his "plant" was located. You surply "Hello, nuu' be said and Ruth 1

) here'W'dnesday.Frank Beville and ulster, and Mrs. RUBS and Warren and Mrs. ,'' The following officers have been installed Frank Byrd, of Jackson fe,5 was never would liave, guessed hAd you seen though someoit surprised, said I
i s M. Barefoot and daughter, Inez friends in town Mo- "Hello Nahanl-' just as they had t
,', Bessie Wynn were visitors to Starke I by Lake Butler Chapter No. greeting ay. I him that he was a man with one pairof ,

1l and Hazel Warren were in 'Hampton 40 for 1920: Tom Rimes, of Worthington wall in'' shoes, a m....\ crossed in love and greeted each 0 the beach during I

: .9" Wednesday.Willie Price made a business trip to Monday afternoon I I Mrs. A. C. Strickland, W. M., Mr. town Saturday. M t fully determined since the one girl In those wonder ion weeks of va('a-

i" .,,' Wednesday. Carl Ward, of Jacksonville, spent A. C. Strickland, W. P., Mrs. J. E. Wilder and J. D. Rimes, ofUforth- the world could never he his that lie tion. (

Hampton J. D. Kirk of Jacksonville is the part of last week with relatives. | Maines, secretary, Mrs. H. N. Stan ington, were in town Monda; afternoon would remain a bachelor for life "I followed rou," said Ruth "be- (

I : Several of the people attend. & old cause I reallz that ;you must live In 1
,, of Mr. and Mre. J.: R. Beville. young ton, associate conductress, Mrs. H. L. When Nathaniel put on those 1v
guess Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Crosby andY ed the 'cane grinding; at the home of Sprinkle, marshal, Mrs. G. W. Alder. The six months old baby of k't ,and slippers he tnrned the rocking chairso Burtontown n
,f'r ,' and George Crosby, of Ira Pmholster, Jr., Friday night. I man, sentinel Mrs. C. H. Register, Mrs. Jim Cone died at the h\e .of that those1 who passed the cobblw to know "tier AI did not think you t
;: non, C. of LaCrosse, tilled hlareular Mr.- and Mrs. Ancil Cone Wed. would turn s/| Vatch me."
Jacksonville passed through here en- Moody, Adah, Miss Marshall Proctor, Ruth, 'Id..ty shop might not see his face and recognize 1t
IV .1 to Brooker., appointment at Little Rock Mrs Dora A. Alderman, Martha. After and was tiled at Swift Creek 'ame- him., Not that It mattered much, "Now' you (bow" sold Nathaniel

\ ; route Saturday and Sunday. I tery Wednesday. MArch have had his eager first ofl ill to. explain himself C
Lee of Jacksonville is visitIng the installation' of the officers delicious but he would rather not

r ,; his Byrd Mr. and Mrs. IX'J./ A party composed of Hazel Warren, refreshments of fruit salad, Odum, of St. Petcrsbur-j associates at the plant know this detail "you know w I didn't write to you.I .
t I" i < / Ina Strickland, Ha Belle and Jennie coffee and cake were served. again among us. of his poverty. And then-did not thought: you d all sorts of money 1t

L Byrd.Bill 'McKiver, of Punta Gorda, is Maude Crosby, Inez Abernathy and The B. Y. P. U. have elected officers H. S. Miller, of Miller, was a 8- she, the Incomparable she, live In a you know, ai' well I hod put up a

rt; : r visiting relatives and friends. Abe Crosby enjoyed them' music of the' as follows: Miss Omie Scarborough, tor to Lake Butler last week. : country place not fur distant from bluff there a ie shore' and I knewa t

Colson's Edison Friday night. Miss Mis. R. W. Kerce visited fricndt. she not poor follow! ;e me couldn't marry 1
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, of Georgia; president Russell Rivers, vice- i Rurtontown end might pass
visiting their niece Mrs. H. D. Lewis Shriver of Jacksonville, president Miss Marshall Proctor, recording : Jacksonville last week. In her limousine. and see him sitting you beonuse1 u see I thought you t
ore ,
Wasdin. spent the holiday with his parents, secretary, Miss Julia Register, I Mrs. Lee has returned to her ho-ii, there had all Bortsi money."

K ; O. J. Abernathy, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Shriver.Mr. treasurer" Miss Mildred Roberts, I in Bclrose, after a pleasant visit .vh He was just pondering the artlexs- "Marry yo' echoed Ruth with a V 0

is visiting relatives and friends. and Mrs. I). W. Hazen and ganist, Miss Delta Armstrong, 01"1 her son, Dr. W. H. Lee. of a highly colored lithograph funny little 1 mace So you wantedto : ll

J V. Jones of Hampton, was here daughter Miss Eunice, attended services ian, Homer Lee, chorister, I Cecil Adams, of Starke, motored 'n an advertisement for shoe marry me? r
, s .. business Friday and Saturday. at Little Rock Sunday A rm trong..a aistant organist.; Lake Butler last week. txs h. that graced the cobbler's wall "Wanted t, ,rgued Nathaniel "you e
1 on Miss Maude Shaw teacher of the Miss Jessie Dowling of cob- know I did. C ,i1 I)' of course when I v\
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Ostecn, of Carl Alderman, a student of the Raiford i he heard a footstep on the

j lirooker spent the week-end with her New Zion school, spent the holidaysat University, Gainesville, spent the holidays the guest'of Mrs. W. E. Roberts thiwl'k. I floor Hint somehow thrilled him. was thinking i had all sorts of mono a
t the home of her mother Mrs. J. B. und tj I rouldn' link of It. Really; It
daughter, Mrs. J. II. Surrency with homefolks. lue door cloned behind someone, iiv

l A !: t Mr. find Mrs. Dowon are guests of Shaw.Lester. _.L._ .L_ '1, The bazaar and cupper at the club Ellsworth. Harper, of Sanford an<,d I'n : never o'curlS to me till I saw you iitl
shops heeled that
I ; ''J v Mr. and "11'11.. Isham Ogden. Shaw has purchaeod inu room was a success, $53.00: being real. father, Of .New :Smyrna: spent several I "'' want to get some-some IIhoc'ilui' ''rre cettlnu: >ur
+ Ford owned by R. A. Andreu. li you could is Ibly be anything but
t D. J. Byrd attended the Masonic days at home last week. ,I,' %, please" It was thejlncom"n.- ii

meeting in Hrookcr Saturday. Mrs. Crews has been very sick but ized.Miss Edna Epperson was the guestof Lake Butler has had a goodly numbly ,itlf voice It must be lluth Illth! rs.iflinnlel awfully rich Pretty good Joke all o e.

\ is some better at this writing 1 of visitors the around, <>liI, suppose!' you took me t''
Alvah Wasdin of New'York.Js visiting homefolks during the holidays. daily as tourists \ seized the out-of-date week-
\ ,
H. D. Miss Daisy Lewis, teacher of the Prof. Holland is stop over for several hours between advertisement for a young 1 inflholdor, ton. P
'. his parents, Mr. and Mrs spending the holidays II Itid begun reading an
week herewith "Would It site so much dlft'f'rpnce7"falterNI
Brooks school last
spent trains. h
: Wasdin. at his home in Madison 1-lSlhe. 1918 model of a well-known *

1 1., Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wasdin attended relatives. Iltv. Armstrong and daughter are W. M. Overstrect, of Palatka, was s.q mobile as If It were of, absorbing Tin as they walked onthrough llv
Henry Osteen, of Plant City, spent in town \ the at l i street of Burton town.
the Wednesday. that she look.
church at Rock Saturday and Sunday spending holidays at Crystal Riv luwst. lie felt was
the week-end with his parents.Mr. H. "'' "You seed father owns the majority
i Rosenberg made a business trip Inl'1 liowurd him. lie could\ see the n
and Mrs. A. B. 'of er.Earl stock if the plant, and-well,
W. P. Byrd, of Jacksonville, i in visiting IVeples and Carl Brown are to Jacksonville Tuesday coulter: get; the strings Iin
Pine Hill church here Sun I'm his only ghter, but he has told
his parents, Mr and Mrs. D. J. attended spending the holidays at their homesat Prof. F. G. Schell visited Jacksonville t4-ould be a short transaction, he .
I whoever IpllIlIed
me couKmnrry Just
Byrd. day. Miller and Worthington, respectively Tuesday. tho, t, und she would soon be out. tt
i' Mrs. Joyner and children and two Mrs. Sarah Hilton so bftis I loved him. b..,
the holidays
Henry Osteen, of Plant City spent spent 00S my thing be worse than to have

the week-end, with his sister, Mrs. J. brothers, of Dukes, attended church Mis Alberta Bielling; and brother, here with her parents, Mr: and Itut: IIIUwrl see him sitting there, "lie mnrrll for love and he wantsme 01 I
here Sunday. to, too. nd truly I love you, Nat.
t II. Surrency. Raleigh, returned to their home in Mrs. F. M. Rivers. wltt II toes thrust In the worn car tltl
r k 9 Little Hazel] is the sick dear When sew you this morning I
Morgan on
Riley Wasdin was a visitor to Providence for the holidays. Mrs. Wm. Johnston, Thelma Schell pet dopers' waiting' for his one pairof
list this week. Just left their find told the chauffeurto
Brooker Sunday Miss Ada Register, who has been and Henrietta Rosenberg spent Tuesday r O H? Somehow he felt over- tl
1 Miss Edyth Warren of Jacksonville back line and I trailed you to
yer't: Frank Beville motored to Hampton teaching in South Florida spent the in Jacksonville whet) A'ly ashamed of those bare go
spent Wednesday and Thursday with the shoe ehr aid got; the strings; Just
"d; :' Sunday afternoon. holidays at home, returning to her Miss Edna Epperson returned to lock iff feet of his, jet there was P I
'VF her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. S. War- to be sure r .was you. And I was
Tommie Olsby, of Jacksonville, was work last week.D. Lawtey Sunday night. nowh<>2 to tuck them. It was an

tr ,,,9 here on Saturday and Sunday. ren. F. Floyd and son, Charles, of Misses Edna and Georgia Eppersonwere agonl o| moment, but It would soon afraid you'ifeel silly and self-eon-
I). J. Byrd of Graham attended the *. slttlnttk're In the old slipper
,: Mrs. Jessie Jones and Miss Florence Palm Beach, are home on a visit. shopping in Gainesville Monday. be o' "A and then :
l Masonic installation here so 1 made cure to sit thereto t
Saturday. i
r I Walker have returned from Hastings. Mr. Merritt, of New River, was in Morris Langford, of Ft. Pierce was "Coialto. think of It," said Ruth, woultf: .
W. Hazen to Waldo Mon the othoisUjipers so you
D1 motored greeting friends .yy
here last week. h.'J
: town Monday. "I'll\ my siloes repaired. Can I .yi.

nj y e ) J. H. Surrency was a business visitor day. Ben Duke, of Five Mile, was trade Mrs R. S. Johns spent last week in sit so convenient having mlnil., And t\'nll, 110 sunny I ff'lmt..1 jwouldn't ) ..
Misses Willie Mae Nabb, I la Belle Starke.R. \\ to ugh" out loud. And j '.
; to Hampton Sunday. ing in town Saturday. watt.

:. Claude Birt of Hampton, was hereon Crosby, Hazel Warren, Ina Strick Math; Dukes, of Five Mile, passed F. Rivers, of the East End Garage surprised you the cobbler Kpikfto mp, no then I ft i>
land and Inca Abernathy were out ko hel\lt'B\ a little pPpdJnt first and I
wK ':'Io'il? business Thursday. through Lake Butler Saturday en. spent Monday In Starke. pair of carpet slippers ala,
It because
v :. The W. O. W. held their regular daking; Sunday afternoon. route to Starke. The annual meeting of the stockholders tlifft floor and to a little thought. tnihej WHS youw aft
'. fasd.. I decided! I wouldn'tpponk
Mikes Eunice Hazen and Edna Bax (r so jpo
a ,2 meeting!: here Friday evening.; Dewey.Fralick, of.Providence, was of the Bradford County Fair .. cast dark glances to ftof
6 .01 ter are attending the teachers association to yglpither-sn) as spare
s Mr. Mrs. Levy Johns of Jacksonville the Association will be held in its office in
and among traders in Lake Butler on from his lian eyes lit Nathaniel for T followed
Bradentown this week. Ptnhaiissinent. tnit
r ; y:, were here Friday and Saturday at Saturday. Lake Butler on Jan. 20th, at 10 a. m I not Jrotl, rig Ms more comfortable your "
I could shoes
in > got
Miss Mae demons is visiting ou as sooias my
'1 visiting: rleatives and friends Mrs Philips was called to the bedside Mrs Maxine Willis and number are i rocking ciur to so clmrinlng a lady.nlel nn.' 4t. is i
Gainesville this week.
i Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Graves, of Wind- of her son Saturday morning on visiting Mrs Sarah Adkins this wel'k.1| lint Nil f appeared to lie d..epIn how 01
of Dukes And < tfmarkable readilyafter
Earl Dukes was visiting It w
g( mere, spent part of last week looking: account of his illness Messrs. J. W. Townsend and A. E. '' pcruNu'I the 1U1I lIzlne. lie also '
wastllsenxere(1 n'''
friends here Sunday.T. that )ttlJunlol's rnr nblllty
\ Cone with their families '
+" after business here. Mrs Lavender is her spent the holidays :
I C. Hazen is ill at this writing. visiting: parents IIIIIJI'Hr'd I nearsighted, for ho held tithe plant. Ills salary '
Mr. and, Mrs. Roy Smith of Oakland in New River this' at Orange Springs frcc
week It
( remarkiNathaniel's' clone to his face
i upward and mother
Steve Lewis, who is teaching near . I took a lIudQ 1'111'
arc visiting her parents, Mr. Jesse Cason of New River In
was Thanks
Starke, spent the holidays here with i RANK STATEMENT 'I'1' Industry of that samecobbler and th Iflrl' clown state n'er11:11I's""d toat]
and Mrs. E. J, Murrlwe. town
relatives. Saturday afternoon Tli-lml-t 'of the condition of the nrttrtfoni thtnrpnlrs were completed. on : th Ijf"1 had anything to do

t ., Wednesday evening: the Sunday John Pinholater is relieving; T. C. Mrs. King( '"has been quite ill for County hank! lit Stnrkv....n the State of Florida ,mss In 15\ minutes but with It.Bi'iwrt. 4.

nchoolN. had a Very enjoyable program: Hazen this week several days but her condition is now .Ill the elM of hdHineHH December. It was theminutes gest most agonizing 13 11'

.. and Rev. Oft, of Arkansas, delivered better. 1019.I. SI.t'l
Albert Shnw, of Gainesville Vs! thnMeantime uthantel hud ever spent.cnbbler's i
: the welcome eiddroHs and laterfwy Mrs. Howard, of Ludiwicl. Ga., is* and dlxcount --.-.-....--$211.02173 II assistant
the welcome address. The schools had spending a fo Mann.
parents United Stall bonda ___ _______.___ 14 "O.OO the bee i ft Shoes and re ofl > condition of the Bank o(
1 a very bvuutiful Christmas tree Messrs. Everett Kelly, who is serv- Mrs. Arthur Brannen is away on a State, county Mild municipal bonda 2.onO.00 placed, them tli some mode of rubber Clarke,, at S'k In the State of Florida at WIn
Sunday Jan. 4th, the monument of' visit this week with relatives Nraitford county school warrant 1.886.14 Of the cliwe of hilMx* December, 61. 1919.
\: will be I ing the navy, and Frances Clifton of War savlnic tamp ...._._*._,... ISO.00 COliI' Nathaniel realized that 1 A Resource
Id, the late E. D. Abernathy unveiled DcLand, spent a few days here last Mr. Rivers of Wauchula; Is visiting Ifunklnct. houn0. furniture, fixture 19.000.00 I he would ha 1 to speak to her So, I.oann and .*#nu ._ _____.._._8 87,283 81Overdraft. st
at Detlan cemetery and we ask I week with relatives ; his !grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Due Other real wlate __..... .......... 8.78 BO '', lie looked up,, tut by that time Ruth .! ....1\--...-____________ 193.91 te
all)) of the W. O. W. members to be Frank Rivers. from Incorporated hanks ___. 81.IISI.64'Choeko In t'nited Sta".do. .............. 13.600.00lI'al.
Mrs. A. A. Hazen Is on the sick list and exchanges. for clearing 2.981.841' was deep a perusal of a sheet .. bond
I piosent. Frank Rivers of Cash on hand ___._ __._.______ count attl municipal 4000.00
this week Jacksonville spent I 18.048.08 that had lane rum the 1013\ period ('oun'l"a..,
-- Shriver left Sunday several days in Lake Butler greetingold Total .. _..... ical. Then 'OC red to Nathaniel the Dnnl'lna. ho* furniture, nxture 9.18784
Marguerite -------- -- .8-101.096.10 Te
.' BROOKKRBrouM friends.Dr. - ? 0th.. ,.-.1"* .___________ .__ 744.88
for a visit with friends in differ Liabilities reassuring thouj t. flue. from intWrated bank ... 26,76014 of
Capital stock, paid In ________.__ n.
of ent points of Georgia( A. S. York, of St. Petersburg, Surplus fund _______..........._..I 25,000.00 16,600.00 When he had net Ruth the summer Ch."-k> and cMnim. for elutrinit_ 1.1SI.lI") Si,
n ] >>r. Jan. 2.-Rev. Joyner, Mrs. C. W. Colson and daughterand spent several days with his sister, Undivided profit, less. expenses and before when on|rm, extravagant two 'u.h on hart |..__._________... 8.762.87

Pukes, filled his regular appointmenthere Mrs J. E. Maines. taxes paid ----______ _ ___. 238.78 ,in na
weeks' _
M sister Miss Van Cone, of Pine Dividends. unpaid .. --- vacation fashionable waterIng ornl.1 ._________..__ _8148,481.44Uabllltie ,
FreeWill -- er
< Saturday and Sunday at the -------------- 8.126 00 ..
: Hill attended church Sunday. The Christmas trees held m Lake Individual depanit subject to cheek 194.614.74 pi a*-brfoil he had ever gon, 01 In ....*_._ _8 16.000.00Sure I Jt:
I church. Time -- '-
I. Butler were successfully carried out certificate of deposit .._.. 800.00 to Ilurtontown < .. ,
had ...
S and W. H. demons ofKvy not told herat 8,000.00
g Ward ( Dr. Mrs C outlier'* checks outstanding ...... I lus 'ur.0- ---- -- -- -
Dublin Ga..pent
+ Will of and many hearts were made. glad 498.08 first of his > Undlvld"d .tll.1I, lee 1 expanse and
._ |
Savlnin deposits) verty.
WestlIrl'nt( last week with the -- _..._ 161,481,69Total was th,
k i It' : part of the holidays here with relatives. \ D. W. Borum and Arthur Brannen old story. taeu psi, .. ._._--_____ l.ZROB
former's Mr. and Mrs J. E. subject to check 88.012,68
parents, ) Jndlvldu..1 a
l 'il; \ demons. spent the week-end in Lake Butler. State of-Florida.----- --County---- -of---8401,038.19 lie wanted to nuke bell eve" for Tm eertflAe if deposit _..___ 66346
: ,- Miss Olga Ward spent last week A. C. Strickland I, J. H. ** the Cashlrr'. r' outstanding _.._- 1129.71
y is and family and Kitrh. cashier of the above named space of the tV-n'tlon. Rat
Mrs. Miles, of Live Oak, on a Ruth ____..
Sa 41.444.14
J. 0''
e Mrs. E. .Inn
and bank do de' unh
,, .: I 1 with her parents, Mr. visit with relatives. Charlie Rivers and family motored to flout U true 001..m1l11aear to the beat of that my the knowledge above etate-and whom he danced Itb.t the hotel, 13)11) pal/ai ______________ 1S.OOOOOTotal th,
II Ward. Worthington to visit -Mr. and Mrs. T. bullet walked with (.' ;
Odcll Harrcll and sister Martell of warn with on the
I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter ....>-.--_____-..8148,481.44 the
in Saturday.J. H. Rivers. worn RITCH CashierSubscribed .- bench and in the si-f. loitered with State County .,f Rradford.i.
i relative? LaCrosse were town and to before on of FW* all
Inez, who have been visiting! F. Butler, of Pensacola was in Miss Mildred Robert was the guestof day of December, 1919. me thla 81 the boardwalk and tilted with in th 5 I. Geo. ( "bJ14. cashier of the above named I,
in Plant City returned home Friday her hank, do' that the above statue too
grandparents until Sunday afternoon JULIAN L. PEEK. moonlight had nhoherself to
morning town last week inspecting ties Notary I'ublla. be II ment la tn *jtn" best of "" knowledge and ed
Corroet-Attooot' much more genera v provided belief.Bunicrih. '
Lewis Shriver and Sam Ward motored wit
Messrs. Roland Anderson, John Bascom Cobb W. T. this wealtl, / C. WHITE Cashier. for
spent several days in WEEKS. world's than
if to Lake Butler Sunday.H. that
Lu- d to before this lot
accompanied by Misses' O J. GRIFFIN -' sworn me 'I set
k Groover Hazel Warren, P. Gainey and family attended Gainesville;guest of his uncle, Bascom N T. RITCH. Director. though he felt that the returned lea Any of Ja4 1120.
bedia Pinholstcr and Collins measure his devo&n? the i t:. KNIGHT, Notary Pnbllo gb
Little Rock Sunday.
church at thought t
Starke Wednesday. I _
visitor to Correct rftM' tic
1, were Mr. and Mra.. C. Roberts, of Alach- W. II. Andreu, of New River, was Mias Belle Richard spent Wednesday How's Thl ? of a possible continua of the friendship S. MATTHEWS, vit
and Thursday in Gainesville the was out of the M. DARBY
+ .t1011.
in town Saturday. W. offer $109.00 q
rel for .
week-end here any oa. or eatan"
the DHN .
.5 ua, spent Mrs. J, A. Pinholster and daughter guest of tier parents, Mr and Mrs. that cannot MEDICINE.T be HALL"$ Besides lie could ae*r let her kno w. UGLOW. Directors.GEO.

i atives. 'Frank Tracey, of Lubedia, were visitors at the home of Doplh Richard. CATARRH HAUVS CATARRH MEDICINE that he was not a. wfl I I'to do as h e
Mrs. t.
and tak
i I l. Mr of last week at Mrs. M. Pinholster in Pine Hill, Sun- Clyde Parker is at home for the a Internally and acts through the Blo had pretended be, si when she Jet! Dally Thought r
Dunnellon spent part holidays. OD She Mueoua Surta". or the ByR.m. him giving him to and tan" AQ tf5rB test men live In their
the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. day Mr.afternoon.and Mrs. E. Clemons and children Miss Rivers of Wauchula] is the I Sold Price by rto.druggist.Testimonial.for over fr...fortr yearn 'wished to hear from bin sad mention ter

W. S. Nabb. Ward of Camp Gordon, of Wauchula, spent last week guest of Miss Russell River this I F. J. Co.. Toledo, Ohio lac that she lived not far from Bill'tto aisle for pen to live la reality.-Ra* Jon
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1'' "' _w" '" .ale on Monday. nd day of February NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDER MEETING "DIAMOND DYE" OLD .
; mail, the tame bhlitheet ., local aalm day. to that the ntrnlar
la' hereby vlven
Farmers- . and. .boat, the following doaerUi\annual nraitinaof the .stockholders. of the GARMENTS LIKE NEW
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1 Bradford County iI ed met Uit tD'h;: '. Bradford County Bank will be held In 1U bankIn
Two Aerea lylnti '
I .. of and South In South.t room. la Starke. Florid., on Tueeday. Any woman cut dye faded, shabby
> Corner Lop
alao the South to elect aboard
(101) January 18. 1880. at 7:80 p. m.
Half of Unj. wearing apparel whether wool, silk, cotton
B i' ( U I. all In Suction of director for the ....ulnw year and -
tI"Vfft1'! Town, linen or mixed good.
n 171. South R na. tranaaet auch: other tmatneu aa may properly color
CLAY HILL N OH]LAWN twenty. i SO I Fret, i e to be ..oldh..I com* before them. lust like new, by following! simple directions
| L. 1.
TilE .CANE BORER property,,lfe, to of*atl.fy amAttorney' \. d. A. Final M. Shaw Decree hlaaid t. H. RITCH. JR. in each: package of"Diamond >1e.."
Woodlawn Jan. 2.--S. H. Thompson Fee. snit I 144' Caahler.
I How to Keep Him Out of the Cane Clay Hill Jan 2.-Messrs.motoredover II. B. spent Saturday and Sunday in Jacksonville To"",,.: Caen. I I. II --
Hudson and Horace ;
the guest of his daughter, S. CREWS
-Field to Jacksonville Tuesday' on busi Mrs. II. Drury. J. C.Complainant'ADK1NS. 8\" Slwelal 1-2-tt-l-lO Muter. *..IIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIII.H..I.-I.. .'1111' -M-

ness. W. A. Jones, of Theresha, was I /
l The most destructive Insect in Miss Lizzie Byrd, of Lawtcy, pent Mrs -uf Mr. aiiu Mr.! D. SEEDSNew
the Sunday
guest .
i Florida cane fields is the borer, ac Sunday with Mrs. S. J. Starling.Mrs. I < .
cording to J. It. Watson, entomologist C. W. George, of Boyett, ar- L. Phillips. You Do Ni.r Catalogue ReadyWrite
r. Spring
at the experiment station. This rived Saturday to spend a few days Mrs. W; H. Norman and little daughter You are more ambit, -

is mole or less widely distributed with her parents, Mr. and Mrs S. J. of Jacksonville are on a week'svisit enjoyment out of ell g you when get more yourImpurities today for copy. :
throughout the state from Gainesville Starling.Mr. with her parents, Mr. and blood is in good condy Ii- in need he in-
{i and Sanford south. However, it does and Mrs. L. W. Wilkinson madea I D. L. Phillips.Mrs. the blood bave a veJ".sing" effect on Ift you are a beginner you

s not occur in all localities within this business trip to j Jacksonville Tues Walter Palencia and children the system causing "''tIaaees. lazlncss.nervOllBnesl formation contained in the booUet, if
r rained of Jacksonville, spent the holidays and sickii*,
area even where cane has been r J
a long time.In I day.Raiford Starling is home again af; here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs GROVE'S Energy TASTE"restores and V Chili TONIC not you'will. want it anvway.C'' -

out fields of cane ter several months service with Un- D. B. Browning.I. by Purifyingand
planting new Enriching the Bloat feel SEED COMPNYPLANT
of Citra Is spendinga ft'Wheo you KILGORE .
N. Norman,
it is important to see j.hat borers are cle Sam, and his friends are.glad to with relatives. Its strengthening lnvlt,9'jng effect see CITY, FLA. .
not taken along with the seed canes, I welcome him home. few days here how it brings color to tloalleekB| and howit -'
and especially important when one is Richard Lang and Miss Jennie Prescott Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis, of Jack- Improves the appeui';.rOu will then I I I I I I I I I I I I I I HI I f f I iin
sonville, spent Christmas here appreciate Its true tonic
introducing cane into a region where motored to Starke Sunday to vis- -
I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Browning. GROVE'S TASTELESI - -
it has not been raised
1\ it friends.
; I
D. B. Browning was a business visitor not a patent medic JJi
| simply
for !> s
The moths that lay eggs Messrs. Raiford and Horace Star-
'Jacksonville Wednesday. IRON and QUININE \ ,
I to IIUS\lqcl d in Syrup.
I the cane borers are not vigorous fliersand ling spent Sunday afternoon with So pleasant even childr The
: j the cane borers are chiefly distributed friends at Maxville. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish, of Law- blood needs Quinine to JUylt like and It. IRONto

'i by being carried from one place Christmas passed off very quietly tey pent Sunday afternoon with her Enrich It. These reliat*Ktonlc properties
to another in the seed cane. A little and all sister, Mrs. J. E. Norman. never fail to drive 01 impurities In
this little burg we are
I will around Mr. and Mrs. Milliard, of Wateroak the blood. -
; precaution at the time of planting New $'ii
1 often save thousands of dollars later looking forward to the happy spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ,n. The Strength-Creating Powt Q* GROVE'S:
Year L. Phillips. TASTELESS Chill TONIC n.made It
j \ I on. S. J. Starling and granddaughter, the favorite tonic In thouscls of homes.
In planting a new legion, one should Miss Carrie, spent the first at the More than thirty-five ye8l1i8@folks: (
I be very careful to see that the cane week in Glen St. Marys with rela- LIFT OFF CORNS would ride a long tuk* TROVE'S
used for need cane comes\from a .section tives. j TASTELESS Chill TONllf hen a
w where the borer does not exist, Mr. and Mrs C. M. Hudson, of Jack- member of their family hat Malaria or
or' that l is to be whipped into a the' needed a bod -building. gth.-fjiving:, THE UNLVER'SAL.CM
cane sonville, motored over to spend tonic. ,The formula is just u today
territory which is not infested should holidays with their parents, Mr. and Apply few drops then lift sore, and you can get It frV spy same, drug FULL AND RUNNING OVEl

be soaked previous to shipment for Mrs. H. ]II. Hudson and Mr. and Mrs.S. off with store. 60c per bottle. .. .. .
at least one hour In Bordeaux mixtureor J. Starling touchy corns
,8 Our stock is full of Genuine ford Pai. We havean
1 part of nicotine sulphate to 600 Messrs. Raiford, Horace and Curtis fingers Urw'a Tasteless cbDinsjalc
that would enable us to build either a
parts of water. Starling, Lonnie Mosley, Misses Car- restore*vitality ana energy by puriliog od eorlchlnd assortment parts
w'1 In regions where the borer has al- rie Starling and Lizzie Byrd, of Law- the blood. You can won f..lelltanlltlJo9DIDII. Ford passenger car or a Ford One Ton Truck m the groundup.

reody been introduced the following tey, Mrs. Nancy Perry, Mrs. C. M. Invigorating ER- sc't. Price I... W, Then too, those parts are ordmadech< accordingto
recommendations are made by the U. Hudson and two little daughters, of + ,
r, S. Bureau of Entomology: Jacksonville motored over to the Black ASPIRIN FOR COLS I its use-so that they are exact duplicates the original

I Scraps of cane should be burned or Creek section Sunday afternoon and l parts now in your car, and will give the same nslant, hard

otherwise destroyed at the grinding were guests af E. II. Carter. 1 f ;

t' season. Seed cane should be plantedin Misses Rosa and Dora Carter, Ma Name "Bayer" is on Gnu wear.Our shop is equipped with up-to-the-minute fob and mach-
in the fall and buried ar deeply as mie Prescott and Pearl Padgett spent
practicable. The cane' should be kept Sunday evening with the Misses Jennie Aspirin-say Bayer inery, specially designed, so that we can proper and promptlytake

covered with several inches of soil as and Mae Taylor, of the Black II care of your repair work-from a minor a istment to a

p41" even one half Inch of compact soil Creek section.J. complete overhaul. And the mechanics who w do the work
is l sufficient to keep the moths from B. Moseley was a visitor to Highland -
m I emerging. WiAi loose' sandy soil the Saturday. for you are men who understand the Fold mec ism and who

depth should be greater. If the cane Miss Jennie Prescott spent the holidays know the Ford way to do the work. f

;.t is uncovered by rain it should at once with her father, J. S. Prescott. We are Authorized Ford Dealer; we not only give "< service but we

,be recovered. Barney Lang is on the'sick list at icll, Ford "... and Ford One Ton T.uc.a.! well. So, easy lo uod....

Trash, leaves or shucks, left in the this wrjting. \ land that we have more than a pining interest in your <3'
should be S. J. Starling motored over to Highland ...
field after cutting not Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little Drive to our geregem( Ford Part. Ford Service or Cart Come

V burned, but should be lightly covered Saturday.Rev. Frcetone on an aching corn, "Bayer Asp>
i r with earth in the full and plowed out J. L. Strickland attended the that corn stops hurting, then you lift in a "Bayer package," containing v. .
in the spring. Cutting out dead hearts meeting at Evergreen church: U right out. Yen magic directions for Colds Fain, Heads pr .| P"" J
7 t or dead canes during the growing! W. B. Beckon, our mail carrier, failed A tiny bottle of Froccone costs but a Neuralgia Lumbago and Rheumath.. ;
season and destroying them will help to get through with the mail Monday few cents at any drug store, but is sulH- Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspiv Ford Garag

to keep down the infestation, but is on account of the rains.E. | cleat' to remove every hard corn, soft prescribed by physicians for nineteyeua ,,),
torn, or corn between the toes and the Handy tin boxes: of 12 tablet
r expensive. H. Carter and sons, George and calluses without soreness or irritation. cost few cents. Aspirin k trade mar
1I Henry, motored to Jacksonville Tues I PrertxMie ia the sensational discovery of Bayer :Manufacture of Monoacetk
I, PRUNING AND SPRAYING ROSESK" !'\ day. eta. Cincinnati genius. It ia wonderful. acld.,. r of Balicylicacld. .

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MASTLK-8 8ALB -- - -- .
f t As soon an danger: of severe frees Under and by virtue of a Finn Dvcree. ofFnrecliwure

I' ing is over, trim out old and undcslr Elarbee, Jan. 2.-Oliver Rosier left Will., Judge of the and Creuit nmdvrpd Court by of Hon Florida.J. T
able wood and weak shoots, anfir < Eighth Judicial Circuit. In and for Bradford
for Jacksonvile to a
{ Sunday
shorten long ones. When the shoot: accept County, in Chancery ,Ittlng.. in that certain
: position.Mr. cause wherein the First National Hank of
start, spray at once thoroughly with and, Mrs. J. A. Coleman were Calneavllle. a corporation wan complainant,
and L. T. Shaw and A. M. Shaw, hla wife,
scaleclde to 15 of wa
I one part parts visitors to Starke Saturday, were defendant, I, the undersigned, an Special
; j .t ter. As indicated by its name, J.hli Tinsey Futch was a visitor to Rai Mater have levied upon and will aril before
w! is meant to kill the scale that winters the court house duor In Starke. Bradford
ford Saturday between the hours of
County tlorlda legal
l: on rose plants, and it also de<

.' : stroys eggs, larvae and bugs. When . LIBORJJJ..OATOME.)

;: the buds begins to show, spray every
;.r.' '.E. few weeks with two fluid ounces olsulphocide
.{ I in three gallons of water
The Golden Goose
__ ribs ?jfl" ,u; The liquid will spread better if ar Killing
r; <' once of ordinary laundry soap
;; has previously been dissolved In I Il"al a (The Publishers Auxiliary) ,

gallon of boiling water, be added tc

:.'.i the spray. In this way you will
avoid the hateful mildew and rust
There is food for thought on the dry goods, furniture, toilet articles
:\o.. which constantly menace rose part of the country newspaper publisher and more or less non essential but staple
aphids, E EI
If there be appearance'of O
\ 74. add three tablespoonfuls any of black in the galloping progress being goods. A comparison of prices in

I' leaf 40 to the above mixture. made at this time by the mail order Chicago stores with those of the catalogue
houses. The conditions havd never indicated a handsome margin of
I know that handsome -
suppose you been so favorable to them as they are saving to the householders. I
long stemmed roses are obtained .
t ; at the present time, and the fault is to The mail order house l is not so susceptible
A- by leaving only a limited number -
be laid at the door of the local jobber to transient supply and demand
r of eyes or buds on the bush and dealer, who are thoughtlessly tak- as the rural merchant or so influenced M -
.W -. '1' When cutting a rose, always take a s I ling' unnecessarily large profits and by the wholesaler and manufacturer -I

, r long a stem as possible. In this way i-hiving thousands to the mail order The buying power is great,
you may almost' rival tho chrysanthe houses and the margin of profit is more near I Carpente60c: per our

.' : mums and you are doing some use- I In the' interest of the future of thesmalltown ly a fixed policy.\ If'the local mer- I
r t fuj pruning every time you gather ser merchant and yourselves chant l is ever to survive the present

roue.While I you should secure a copy of the mail enormous losses in volume ho must )I Carpenter Hel] rs 35c per hur
I'i rotes cannot he treated with order catalogues and study them, comparing get busy with his jobber and manufacturer -
\ the same indiflfoicnco that some flowers prices and reasoning things put and reduce his costs to somewhere -
endure yet the care of them ii with your merchants. n'ar'a competing basis with the Laborers 27 1per hourwork.

after all very simple, and no garden It is all very well to hide your local mail order house The country*newspaper .
f ran bo considered anywhere near\ heads in the sand and shout, "Buy at publisher could do much toward

complete without them. As cut flow- home." and "We can meet the mail reducing the cost of \living, and at the I- tiiw i__.
era they nrr without rivals, and they order prices." But it lacks the all- name time help his local business man

make the lovuljofct decorations for our important element. It is not true. Not by bringing this condition forcibly to

r vases and the choicest gift for our by from 10 to !CO: per cent. his atter/ion and inducing him to

I lends. I THERE IS AN OMINOUS LACK start a backfire toward his manufac Come
OK; OUTCRY AGAINST TilE HIGH turer. eparel
; COST OF LIVING. MANY TIMES There Is something wrong when u
\ .. DEATH RATTLE OF I THE QUESTION HAS BEEN ASKED retailer offers an article for $33.50 and

BY OBSERVING ONES; : "HOW the mail older houlle' quotes the same

... LONG WILL THE AMERICAN PEOPLE article, manufactured in all ..probabilities

SOUTH STAND THIS ?" MR. CON- by the same firm in largo quantities !

I I PROBLEMS IN HIS OWN WAY, And be sure that the mail order .
__ ; WITHOUT OFFICIAL ''ASSISTANCE people are industriously taking: advantage -

i. /Doda' is Destroying Sale of I THROUGH TilE FORWARD-LOOK of the profiteering of the retailers -

with His ING MAIL ORDER HOUSE. and building reputations with
_ Drug
rt Dangerous The writerxlid a little investigatingin the long-suffering public for legitimate tion vorkj
"Liver Tone. his own block in a* suburb of Chica. honest merchandising.The .

., go. One mail order house secured country newspaper, by wakingup
:.,du , from this suburban city block $319.20 the local merchant and pointing out
; ;{I' You're bilious sluggish, constipated during four week Two hundred and his peril, can render a great service I..
I f;! and believe you need vile, dangerous calomel ten dollars of this amount went for to the public and save for himselfthe .. _ . . '. '_ . . .
Y to start your liver and clean yourbowels' I _. ." '" ,, : .
: groceries and other household necessities. chief source of revenue of the

I,.. Here's DocUon'i guarantee! Ask your The remaining amount.was for country newspaper, local advertising
druggist for a bottle of Dod ou'. Liver .
Tone and take a spoonful tonight. If It -- E I I. In Ponde NemoiCiiinplio & Co

you dO Bo't right start up your better liver than and calomel straighten and *4. Mii'i' mi 111 n 11 M 11 M n 11111111 lit 11111 MM 1.11_ ( ,

sick 1t I
without griping or making you .
want you to go back to the store and HAULING '

i., get your money. ; Plantation ,
Take calomel toady and tomorrow. you
will\ feel weak and sick and mauseatedDon't : : Our 1-ton truck for hire. Rates by the : } ,

lose a day's work. Take a spoonful .
hour. Furniture
of harmless, vegetable Dodaon's Llrei trip, job or moving : :

Tone tonight and barmless wake up so feeling gift ,great. PHONE 129 : : APPLY-. AT OFFICE

: yourperfectly T..U so let them any time eat .anything It cant afterward I QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.' i : .

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",* Warrant _________.nn '.00 '

) Report of f County Finances Total --" ---'VALUE'OP- COUNTY ;; > RTT--- 1.812.1. 'rata

( Court how _________. .__._ 10.000.00
ljw J7 A, n + Jell _____
Furniture; and tii-court Lou.-.--.-.-.=_-=======:=::- 1S.g:: :: f '

Iradford County Other property _...________________?__________ 00.00 '

Total ____.____..____._______00________________"'_________ 86,460.1)0

I For the PeodFEnding; September 30, 1919 : ... 4 t.

sjfkTh NAN OF Mt1 MOUNTAIN! Complainant I Iva
folllnir rppo. ill molpta and diahunx-monu of the fund of BRADFORDCOUNTY I
L for the pei'ftxl me rpUiml.>r 8uth IBIS, with the lialnnix* and amnunU of w.... John A. 11010 et al, I
ranta ouUtandlnx n tmnmt of the aiu U and llablllllpa, and the value of county propirtr IVfrndant. I Ill
of the odd Uradf. County aa rrportrd on tb* Both dar or feptembrr.. 1919 b\ r. the (Continued from I'DRC 2)) ai>p<>arlnir by affidavit appended to the TR
Huard of County Comm era and Clerk of the Circuit Court I. hereby Published under the bill filed In the above stated caua that John .
provision of Chai>tcr f'< ,,f thv Ijiw of Florida A.,ta of 1918. A. Pohm the defendant therein named la a ,
ERNEST AMOS. Comptroller. ulioul \\ hilt then Iwppi'iiod. lI' 1:1"111' non-realdent..of the State of Florida, and hla J
Tls largest electric sign ,tI i-r nuinli.T of' the Old Uiinrrt of that a nuldint of MZ Lyric Avenue. Eaat .
I' GENERAL FUND End f'ittMhur. rrnnpylvanla, ftd !. over 1
day, nunk<'rlng jnr gradually reasserted the ape. of twenty.on, yeara t It (la therefore. ,
In the world advertises rVponitory. balance Ai 1.11919 ?--h-- ___..______.h_._.______ __.t 1.668.112 Itself along the .plnks turned. ordered that aald iton-reald defendant h* "'
.Scrip certified and n. Inkod ---4--_._....-___-___ .. 69 60 I 1.718.113 and. la hereby. required to appear to the bill \
the rnllronilconch ,
conch to
from the stage of eomplaint I filed In aald I caua on or beforeMnnd.v "
i Warrant out.tendinipii, 1, 1919 .--.._______. ?-._._...-._____.. "1.110 \ ; Home of tllt'lIIIIIY yet t ht' mttOD : th: 5th day of January A. D. 1020, ?t' D'f j
** otherwise the alleiratlona' of .Id hill will. betaken
Net ball, [___..________..__________??--___.j 1.641.82 the trains In the mountain country.Wherever ... ennfiwaed. hy aald defendant !
RECEIPTS roi,'UK SIX MONTHS: you Iui|>r>.'n to find such u It l b further ordered ioht thin order b*

WLYS From collector" taxes -_-.?_?-..'-.......?___? 7,461.07Comiilrr one, lie will,11 you of the days vhen published once a week comeeutlv. C R
redemption ________.n .--.r-i--m-T _..._._ 874Comptr Superintendent dt Spuln' of the Went-, week In the Kradfnrd County Telegraph anewspaper \ I,
.rj! railroad tax __h_ ___________-.--_._____u__ .894,88 9.86419 ptihllithed In said county and atat*. '
ern dlrlHlon wore n Run In the mountain This December. 2nd 1019.

Muklnilance __hn______._______<_____..?_____ 11606.61 nnd um>d It, when necessary, on W.Clerk T.. WEEKS Clrrult Court ,... . .

on lmes Square. New York niSBtTRSEMF.TS FOR TilE SIX MONTHS: his ", If -'a rcliitloit. (SEAL. ) By U. A. WEEKS '

Salan .erk ;circuit court aa county auditor and clerktcunty Whether It wn thlH stern sense (>tIIM'II.llm' FIJTC'II..put, Clerk

Cit:. it is 250 feet ( 70 commtaaionera _u______________....._____. 661.67Fee t t'nd.'or..rt him to A. V. I.ONO and J. E f.
ons=. and mileave county commfiiatoner ...._______. 44.80 ( or tint Hint '(ollrltora for Complainant 114 to 1r. .
I'.,. herHf for attendance' upon eo. eomm ___________. ftl.OO (he men these old-tlluers areto R I
fee biih. Made UP of 17.286 t SAI rae OTHER OH'KUtS: AM EMPLOYEES: loynl to tl ho couples .
Alt for county comtniiHilonenl ._...............-__. 84.98 mini very fount NOTICEIn .
I'll" -0.- of reiHlratlon ________________....._-.____u 117.00 who untied In ihi-lr imirrlnge the two Circuit Court, Stall of Florida, ,w6 -
eieiric REI Kg TO COUNTY WII.IHNCSl Klirlith Juri.rlal CIrru't. PradfordCounty
lamps. hostile mountain I'leim-ntx.. Mix Ini
COM tioiia _oo _..u_ ..-_.__..__n____._.__.______. 117.60 In Chancery.r. {( I
s .1.1'' 6,1I clul, \\lille-htitrod old mnn, denrrlhfd II. Lor.p.Complainant.
"TUllE AND FIXTI'IIEB: by the fit iuIful u* n retired '

The fountains Co houae .:_ _____ __ __ ___. 421.42 YO. I
play. the E.VSSIES: / OF n tOI'NTV- -11l'11.Q1SGB.- .n.u outlaw living yet on NHU'H ranch In I., L. fI.p". ...rt cl. i.

la r* and other attwidnnt __n..._____.___.....__.-_. 18000 'the Kup, always rn>i _.___ _____....__.__. .. . a"I"ln.| by apiwnded to the j
trae;; mark changes reading 1* Of fuel COUNTY and waler POOR- l.j ? . 706.51CF town nt the l >e Spain' home, where Mil flled in the above staled ...... that the ,.

he takes grout hilt-rent In mi iietlvo fnllnwltiir' named defendants ar nnnrrldentanf '
A made to outwide of bows and a
ana peulere poor :
the Stuff nf .
alternately WRIGLEVSSPBRM.NT '".y wnrrantN ____ __.__n_. ____...............__.___. (I88.DOtONEICS little hoy Morgues, tie Simla, who place.. i or realttonoo Florida. arc and a.that follow their: to-wltl rcaptif *-*- /' .

( IVQlT.STSt tvalts for his IKike'tiVoiiiliiKnnd II. R. Mrfnhard and F.rvln F. Molnhard.copartner .._.. ..
1 of ifrlcera. Jurors and witnesses------------------- n.08"ANITY
Jtttiir business under tile firm 1
: DOUBLEMINT. IMtUlRIKSl int dies! Into' his pooUi-tM\ for rattles captured | name and style of H. S. Mtlnhard A Bro.
.'e otricem' and eonimitti _____..............n__.. 81.86 along! the troll from recent hugs are rv*Iol'nl. of the City of Savannah In the, '
itTIONF.RY AM) PRINTING State! of Genrirla tJjicoh .f..
andJU.CY FRUIT. and theSperjmen meal itatlonery, blanki, etc -..-._. ...?.-. 14687 rnUIt'MIIIIIYIII'n his uncle hnppenl Cohen. lease Cohen and Aaron Cohen,
I cord .booka:: -- ----____________::_______=:_ .:::: 86 65Ivertlnlntr to Kill a big one-"one with twelve orthirteen co-partner* dolnar I him!new under the firm r '
** required by law and paid for by county .___.. 61.60 rliiK rand u button-Mnrjtnu I name and n1yln of Jacob Cohen A Bonn arc I. h
"do a turn. IMM1K.HION8 PAil TO OFFICERS I re.ldcnte of the City of I'rt..nibutit la the :.
kx a.......0' _____________________________________._.__ 1.046.46 linen It to score hIM younger sister, Bmtf of VlrrlnlatUonr '
'111 Collector .....________.......................___00__. 66B,47heritf. at A, \Vylt. Adam E. Wy.or and Arthur
general court work ___________.___....._____.. 89226 Nau. And Duke, secretly rejulrlug L. Wylcr, eo-partnvni under the firm
This l Ian Is seen nlehtlv by about500.0)'people ,'lerk circuit court recording end .general court, work __ 61.07 his bravado lint ncoIdltiK nhnrply, helps lien* and style of Wyl T. Ackirland a Com- '
Gxpenne of election ____..___-.-.__.__-.-..-...__-,_. 8.00 him the old iitiiimmltlon holt finny, an rvaldrnUi, of the City of Cincinnati. {' 1
: from all over the world. Indexing .....__ .......... ........._.._........_...._. 200.00 Adjust In iliu Stale of Ohio. !C'i'
IMuplnii vat chemicals ______....-....__._....-...-?. 460.84 dragged from the attic, and t-uU IrthJipiishog That the acid drfttndanta. ar over th. ace
Home demontratlon work ___......__........._......' 88.44 In It to make It fit the chlldluliwnlHt or twrnty-onv yearn and that there la no pep.
Expense county fair ______..._______....................__ 147.00 : son In the 8tatn of Florida the service of .libt -
1 1'remiuma county fair ...........___................____ 800,00Agricultural Ills\ mother doesn't like to nee >ocnn uimn' whom would hind the aid, dfcndnnta .-
agent ___..n ________ ..................____ BOO.OO her ion In warlike equipment iiiiilmnli- or either of thnm
Sealed ContinKf-nclea ____ __ ____.-____.___.___..._____._______ 1.6S9.B7 9.198.26 Ing little Nun In the wny Bob So .II( '1 I IK thtirrfore rtrd..ivil that .aid non..II l-
-it dt'fvmlanla bi and are h..rrl>*> requiredto
Net ------ -- -----.------------ J" 8.818 26Warrar Buys the IiKllnnn lined to lo. -sliti! Nptvcar to the Mil 1 of complaint Sled. In said
Tteht roes.-.mmee, Right ou i"s.7.; . 80,-19 j ::::::...................:::::::: 6600IVpo.T : threaten perlodlenlly. to hurn the belt cotittc on or before Monday: the ftth. day of t
January A. I>, 1920. .h'r..I. the alloratton -
| balance Sept. 80. 1919 _...__.___._.__..______________. 2824.26 up and throw the' old rifled out of Mio of said hill will be taken a* oonfnwd
A7 Scrip 'tlfled and not ,..-onted __..*.___........................... 48.00 house Hut when she HCCH her uncle by add d.>f.*ndanta.It I '
the ,I. further ordered that thU order tw pull q
De""". ,7 balance Sept. SO. 1919 .____.__........__-.__........... 1.867.86 stud her huMlmnd wntchliiK hoy listed onp a week for flee connvoutlv. wonka.
G1. 9 RiG and laughing\ nt the pnriule together, In tho Tlradfnrd County Telegraph, a nrwipa.j .
VII FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND she relents It Is only ('\children after er pulillithiid In said county and atat. t
Thin November K2nd. A. D. 19111.
M hEaFE !epovl'y balance April 1. 1919 ______d___.___.___.__.__.____._____ 4.6B0.70 ntl. that keep the world young. > W. T. WEEKS. ,
iN4I'I 8crli"" >rUfU/ d and not presented ................................___ 86,40 4,687.10 (TUB KNU.1 (REAL) Clerk Circuit Court. y Cr
War it* outstanding. April 1. 1919 ..____......___..............___. 100.10 A. V. 1.ONQ
Bollcttur. for Complainant. 126-1-f
Net balance April 1. 1019 .__.......?_..........._._____ 4,487.00 ORDER FOR PUBLICATION

RTEIPTS FOR TIlE SIX MONTHS: In Circuit Court State of .Florida RlvhtliJudicial MABTFR'B BALK
From sheriff I' fine . 416.10 Bradford County. In Chan
---- ---- ------ --- -- ---- ----- Circuit
I ...,.,. t)ndrr and by virtue of a Final) Deere i>f

Maklnabalance, _________.___________..__n__...____.__ 4,902.10 J. W. Pettyjohn. | FiirtMiIfifiiir niadv. and rendered by lion J. '1.Wltln. '. t''
" Judge of the Clrcmt Court of Flnrlda.Kltrhth .
I ISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS: ComplainantVB Judicial Circuit In and for 'Bradford

COST OF CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS I I, O. Parker ct ..1Ildendant I County: In Chancery silting In that certain . : .'
Sheriff. and deputlca coot; bill criminal eaaea ........_... 486.97Conattthlea Mm. cause when>in T. R. Parker J. E. Parker t yM1.'
, --- ----- -- - ---- do ........................................... 4 86 and n. O'Qtilnn. aa admlnlattratora of the MI* ." '
--0 -- -- Clerk circuit court do _______.________...____...___..... in 07 tl ..appearing,. affidavit Rpnondod to the tale of Tl. C. Prfrker, were complainants. andJ. "..
ItlCHARD-BAlEY': tered together. County judir. do ......................._................ 68,SBJuatlco hill Ned. In the .liov. ruled CHUM that J. M. Shaw Jr., and Emma 8haw. hl. wtfo.were .. err;
.J of peace do ..........._..- )_................... 1 61 1'orl.T I'.rk.r and Ili-rnto. Purktr the if flrfondanta.. I. lie undersigned at Special .. :
"To a Wild Rose" was played very' of. wit.... fee ____._h__._?_._____.-.L..............._ 16920 ndiintii therein named are non-reeld'nb of Mnntr. have levied upon and will sell ( r
, A quiet but benutif home wed- softly throughout the ceremony. Court atennirraphcr Inaolveney canea ..:__.._.............. 1600 the elite nf FlurliU. und they nr. rwilHonU IN-for the court houn d...or In fHark. Bradford .t
i ding Bolemnized after- RherlfT'a commiaalona on fine, etc., collected ............ 1182hording nf Fort xvonworth, K.n.... end I'onUmr.Mlrhiiinn. County, Florida between the legal hour ,
was Today The bride was lovely in a handsomtlsuit / primmer ___.......n_._._-..................... ,8HPay rmiM-cllvrly, end are over the awe of ale on Momlny. the ftth day of January, 1" ,, '
noon at four-thirty at le ,home of of navy blue wool velour wit'' of juror In criminal, cane, county and jiifttlcc of peace of twvnty-ont , : it In, thrrrfom ordered A. D. 192($. the R..m* bring a :.*al ales day
Mr. and Mrs. W. A, BIL ot Lake blouse of the court __ __ unn__________.______.._._......... 46.00 that paid rnn-r...lilfnt d.'frnilanU IHI end are to the. highest and beet b'ddrr.' the fallowing '
Y,! georgette crepe sam DiHlnfectnnta __ 00 00 ______ -_______________.____________ O.ftll hi-rrliy rehired to appear to the lilll of ...'m- described real! estate tn-wlti 4 1 1 '
Butler when their damter, Mabel color and brown accessories. Her o- Continxenclea n __ __ ._. __j.______________________.._ 89187 1810.94 |1.1.lnt l filed III paid CHUM on or lirfnro Rmilh Half <8'iy of the Smith Half (8%> ,
Thelma, was united innarriape to ly ornament was a pearl necklace, t' ".' day the ((1th day. of Jammrr.. A. D. 11120. olh. of lot Nine. (IPI. and the South Half (BH) of dJ-
Net balance Sept 80, 1919 ________..._._..+.___,_____.... 8,001.16 rrwliw the klliTKllnnii of mid MM wilt b. t.- Irttt Ten (10)) .left Thirteen acre on the North ., ,1n:
Mr. Sidney Mitchell Ric.rd/ Savannah gift of the groom. Warrant outHtandlnx Sept 80, 1919 _0000_"....________............. 91 00Depoaltory km ... oonfi-nixd by paid. flcfimdcnU.. Ride. In Seel U m Seven (7)}I. Township Seven rp t )
Ga. At the conclusion of the ordered that order b.l.u..lI..h.,1 (171 Hout, Kantr Twenty 12111 I',nut ; the s 1\\1\\ .
J cererm/ balance Sept 80, 1919 _________.____._.__.____-...____-__ 8,182.16 It ,In further work for four thbi\ enimprntlvrWfi'kn nnm to hi nfthl at th. property, of J. M. Rlmw ...)
The lower floor wa attractively the happy couple received the c" tine. Brndforil n County Tilotrranh. e Jr. and Emma Shaw his wife. to,. 1
In the
decorated and a color tit ; ot pink gratulations and good wishes of tHe HOAI FUNDDepoaltory n.wm'.|ivr pulilliilivd In ea til county and and and. cuts pav. ,add Termai.'1.1 Cash Itocrr*. Attorney Fw 1'
C CA.7.
and was succeeallyr carried Later in the evening e- Di-ci'mhor 9th 1910.
green a .
present. balance April I. 1919 --___--__...__..____........__...... 1.A77.16 W. T. WEEKS! ADKINfl. I" '
out. $ licious wedding supper was enj< ed Scrip .,.rtHItd. and not prmrnted un________________.____.______ 19.75, 1,69691 (IS\I) Clerk rircult Court J. C.Complainants ADKINfl.: Solicitor Serial 18-ft Muter to 1.2.MASTER'S ,.i
The in the living by the relatives of both bride ind ... By n. A. WEEKS. *
marriage took pit Warrant outntanillnic April I, 19)9 ____________ ---..---.-..---..--- 81.10 Deputy. Clrrk. .
room which derated, with groom. f
was. wSt
ferns and chrysanthemum.]?, Only a Mr. and Mrs. Richard left orthe Net balance April 1. 1919 ._.________._________.________r l.dBS.KI 1 J, C. .ADKINS.ollelto.* .for Comiilalnant U-1J-t-Z-41 I Under and t I.v virtue of BALE a rlnal: T>.rre* ofForeclfwun C 1

few intimate friends 'id relatives evening train for a visit on theast; RECEIPTS FOR TIlE SIX MONTHS!'! : n.. .. and rendered. by Ann J. T. a.

/ Coast. They will visit relatives various From tax collector. taxea. __u_____________............... 6,847.71 Will.|| J...." r the Circuit Court of Flnrl .. y
witnessed the ceremony Rev. Arm Comptroller, redemption _.u.n______................ 14.77 MABTHR'S BALE l|I. Eighth .'udl'.1 Clrrult. In and for Bradford .
strong. pastor of the rat > Baptist points in Florida for a fey IaYI Comptroller railroad tax ___ __._____________.........___ I.\IIR.II! that under and hr County In Chancery silting'J.I In that certain "
officiated in-essive after which they will go to Savinah (Clerk Bale of road equipment ______________________.___ 818.40 9,874.70/ Nolle. U hereby when of forreliwiiMmnd. .. cause wherein: T. R. Parker. C farkr and /
church the ring virtue nf Hnnl difrcu It. O'O'ilnn.' an ailnilnlntratnra nf the, ratal ,r .

ceremony being used Deeding the to make their future home. Making balance ________ .______________._________.____ 11,840.61 and rendered ,P.*. ml.iT red A.of n the loll Clrrult.liyllnnnrnMv of H. C. "Parker, deceased, were. eomplalnanU.and . .,; -
for JIM T. C. N. Hhaw and Theodncla" fihaw. hi* 'II
Mrs.\ Richard has resided hIe .
ceremony Miss Omie ,Scarborough IHSItURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS: Court of nrodford, County. Fliirldn. In rimn.wry
wf| n Cents, I. the undftmluncd. a*
rendered Traumerel. "1 the past fix years and is an amired SUPERINTENDENCE: : AND 81'PCRVIMONt: ulttlnit I : In favor .>f the Lnwtry; Bint*I Rp ;'..irM.I. live levied: upon :and: will I

the member of the set wo will' Paid to county commiftaloneni for road Intipection ........ 166.116CONSTRITCTION flunk a cornorntlon. sod mmlnnt N., .D. sell iHiforo the r i ft HOUHO l>oor In ftlark. 1 '
Promptly at the appoiud hour younger hU wife. . '
A Nil "'AINTESANE.ROAD" vln and Villa uncle, .MooI Minty.i Florida, the leivalhoiini I
bridal party entered to t> strains ofMendelssohn's wish for her every happinespin her AND iminriFSi the undi-nilvni. will offer for ...1. on 1'.1' nf Halo' on Monday the, fith day nf January *

married life. Coat of material __ __-. _-_' ,. __00___.________________ 1.776lrJeliverina day, .Innimry. 8. A. I>. lU211. to th. highest. A. U. 11 20. oho same IH>|IIV a legal I ..1.! *
Wedding larch! played priHonera to road camp _00._.........__...__.. 4 00 .led tildilrr. . for cnnh the followlna
  • by Miss Scarborough.First: to enter Mr. Richard ,has recently "turned j I.'"* atock.. coat, care and fcedlncr __________............. 1.I4I1R4 l Panda. iltunlvil In 1 Krndford, County., ClorUla I : IfMrrfbud. real estate situated In llrad ., M
    t Master Carl Cwat as ring from after period service. I'ald for tree Inlmr other than guards ________n....___ 1.8MI.1I2 Ill-Wit I ford County, Florida, to-wlt' :
    was overseas a r lay of convict itttarda ..... .................... 1.BB4.88 'ho West Ilnlf) IIf' th.. Southwest Ouiirtrriif lob' FouiHi' nnrt rexrat) 'In MoatlonKUchtoon J'
    bearer and then little )l\R': Charlotte of two years. lie is well krwn and Feeding and car of eonvldte on road- __................. I.M4.80 tin Northomt Quarter sod the BnuthiMtOunrtftr : fI"1 Township Seven it. South.ItMnir I '
    Payment account dtnehanrcd convieta .................. 50.00On l.nU the to Ito sold ,
    Savage as flower girl. T''y'.were followed has a host of friends who wl extend on of tho Northwnt Quartifr. or I Twenty (1201) nam t
    : I *.tialf road tax to Incorporated town .......__....... 1,267.74 m. 11 M, 27, if. 29. 12 nnd IS nf SictlonVlnrlwn M* tho prnprrty of C. N Slow and Tlioo'lonla. ,,;
    by the bride and jl'om; 'who en. congratulations end best wihes. Contingence. __ --_ .. _--____n___________.............. 46666 9,688.78 |I1PI l l In Township 'Iv.. (1111.) South Show MM wife, tft.i>atlfy and pray said Final f
    ". of UnnmTw.Tlytwo ((12 Kiut. X.nln'nlnjrOn Dorms,, AUornoy's !'_> and Covta. To......i t
    Not tialance R.-pt. nn. 1919 .-___..______.._____________ .__..____?____ 1. 1I1.'f8Wa.ranIA Hundred. Acres. moro or (run. im mnppt'dnnd C'unh, 1
    outstanding Sept 80, 1019 _- .._______________.________..-- 21.10 t>'1ntti>d menu. the |uil"llci rrrordH of llrnd- A. 7.. ADKIN8. .
    ford County. Florida J, C AOKIN.S, fiporlat Manter. j f.
    IVpiMiltort balance Rapt 80. 1919 __ _-____________________......... l.tlRR 13 A. 8. CREWS.ftpttrlHl I| ComplHlnunt'i. ....lIelto.. 12-8 to 11.
    WHEN YOUR HC1EJ DEALER CANNOT SUPPLY (OU Scrip certified, and not preaentcd ____u___.___...................... tf.76 !Mentor I "
    A. 7, AfiKINS. I: ftllERIFP'B !BALEHotfby .L .
    t TVpmiltory' balance __u_._________..____............................ 1.972.8MI Solicitor for. Comfilnlnnnt. 12B to 12NOTICE notle In irlvon' that, I. W. J. Kn- ,
    1 person. ShorllT of llradford. County Btat of
    Do Your Holiday Shoppng OUTSTANDING FUND OF fOUNTV 'ONVI'TS riorlila.' under and by virtue nf that curtain
    TfepMibtry balance April 1, 1019 -____________,_______________.._? 697.84 writ of execution iNHiind out of and under the
    Scrip certified and not "'|>raenU>d ..____-..__...__u_................. .76 69889 Nolle t.l hereby. rlvrn that on Mondny..Tnnunry Heal of the Circuit Court of Bradford Count". .i
    n. 1020 the ). by Mail vith a Responsible Warrant outstanding April 1, 1019 __, _.________.__________._____ 1,884.OS vide, of Bradford county will Ire Hold In frontof log na H. A. Stiavor. Company, and In favor .
    the couth door of the court horse In Stark., nf C. Tl. TlobrrtH. ami.. hearing date the 0th r

    Net deficit/April 1, 1919 __.._u__________-----.----.-- 628.43RECEIPTS I Florida, to the. highest and teat lilildnr for of November, A. D. 1f>19, will offer for sale!
    and sell tn tho highest and brat bidder for
    convlom aulilvct.., in tlo. lawn iiovKrnlnir
    Florida Fro FOR THE SIX MONTHS: : county of Maid l lease will run dash: therefftr, nt the courthouse door In the
    From tax collector. ta"".. _..___________.........y..._ 1,197.80 I acme I'vrlnd 1H20 Th hoard naorvra. p i 1 Town of Htark, llradfordCounty. Florida \
    Comptroller, redvmptlona __._________......_.........._.* 2.62I through the year and all 1 1"".. on Monday January 6. A. D. 3920. the tarn I
    I Comptroller, railroad tax __.____.___.................... ilHO.04 1,61)9.07 the right to ri-Ji.ct any > lying| a Male day. of ...Id court during I
    in Big C. A. ItonEItTS.Chairman the 'legal hours of sale the following personal
    Thousands of mod Suggestions oir Making balance __.________ _0. _______..____..._.?...._.. 1.083114 'lloaril. of County. Comml..I..nero. I property, In Urndford County, .lo"lda. to*wit I I I

    .m DISBURSEMENTS; ; FOR THE SIX MONTHS : 1I1t.t I W. '1', WEEKS I'lork. 12.6 to 1-2 i: About one thousand W.bean. J. bBmnora.Et'FERRON I

    ire for all Ages Interest on railroad bonds _________.. __................ 2626 i Bt4>rlf7 Bradford County. Plate nf I II
    Railroad bond certified ___hU_________.,.________.. 900.00 92621) 12-6 to 1-2 Florida' I .
    11 Hllr.KIFF'B' : BALEHorrhy II I __
    1 Net balance Sept.. 80, 1919 _______________............... 187.8(1 nolliito given\ that I, W. J. T.n- l llfcrrhy
    Books for E,yiTasteStationery Warrant outstanding Sept. RO, 1919 _____-_.___.................... 284.02 Sheriff of llradford Countv. State of lMIlfIIlSIONEIIFI' BALK .. '.
    I __ rn-nuin. I notice I I. given that under and hy i

    in iif Cabinets I TlrpiHiltory balanr Sept 80. 1919 _______.-._........__. S70.66Hcrip Florida of, undrr. ci !. "", eertlnd and not presented .-____................. ..76Depository .. east of the Circuit:! Court of Itradforl'County. "' In the Circuit Court for Bradford Conn i'I ,
    ,. Stan of In Chancery the 22nd
    Monogram Stionery :-: Engraved Cards Slate of Florida, and .".In.t C. O.Hnllnnd. on
    balance ....... ..._.._.._. S71.4IDRAINAGE dated tiny nf November, A, I). 191ft In an Mttnn forpartition ,.
    favor of W. C. Taylor
    ---------------- and In ,
    } thorn. pi>ndlnir.. wherein' 8 It. Wood- '
    Pictures, Freed and Unframed I FUNDrvponltory the, inth tiny. nf Novnmlwr.. 11118. will offerIfop I krd In ..complnlnant and C. N Holder and 1
    sale and aril to the hltthmt' and heat bid-|I wife, IVtvo holder ; Sarah AnUIn and hua '
    1 i
    Office Acces'Hee' balance April 1. 1919 ____________________..,.-.-..__ 10.74 H.r fur rash thcn-for. at the nrailfunl ctiurthoiwo. County door, hand16 A. A f Ik In* ; Jocenhln Kemey and '
    I Warrant outntandinv, April 1. 119 __________......-._.._.._... 4.79986 In the Town of Stark, the 1 i I I ttimhanrl, Jam* Kersey j Illehard ". holder' t :
    Kodaks Kod: Supplies Scrip certified. and not presented _______.__u_____._____?__...__ 800 ..,.7.88 Florida. on Monday. January. Ath.of said 19UO court end wife. Addlo- Holder. and T J. Holder and
    calm day
    earn. brine a legal wife, Floronr, Molders ere defendants, the
    Razor.Millngersoll: Watches Net deficit April 1, 1919 __u_______._._.........._.... 4,787.18RECEIPTS during the hwal hoilra of >al*. In the BradfordCounty follow.. undersigned aa commissioners| will oT! r for Y
    Safety :: i ; lOll tlmcr'brd. rcpt l ratal situated I sale I at th* front done of tho: court hntmo: In t
    FOR THE SIX MONTHS: Florida, to-wltl liarko. Ttra 'Thermos Bolts: and Specialties I From tax collector. taxes ...________...................... .80',110 KIM: IHalf of Northeast Quartrr of North. fifth day. of January, 1020, the same 'bo t
    Comptroller, 'redemption -._-00_______.______?_...____ 2.70 2,607.00 rant Quarter Kant Half of Routhra Quarlrrof I Inir a Icmal Male day of said court durlnir' the :
    Toys GameAtMet'c! Goods orthcaat Quarter, Kant Half of Fait Half legal hour of ale! and will sell to the hlvrhMt .
    I talnir deficit ________ _-_u____--.______...........-... 2,18012 of Northwvat Quarter of Northeast Quarter I and bat bliUlnr. for cash In hand the fol
    Fine China I 1at11 er, Cut Glass DISBURSEMENTS: ; FOR THE SIX MONTHS: East: ITalf of W...t Half of NorthwiHit Qu..- bowing dencrltred real estate lying' and being '

    I I. Intereat on bond __..______.____.___....._.__...:.-. 876,98Net tM of Northrait Quarter ; Rant. Half of Wat 'I In Hradfiml County Florida, to-wlt!
    Bas'try Novelties Etc. Half of Northeast Quarter of fViuthraat fluarter |tflnninir' at Southwest Corner of North

    I Ivory and deficit Sept 80. 1919 _-__________..._'_._.____..___, --Z.406.04: : of Section. II ; Weal Half of Southwest., went Quarter of S..lh..t Quarter of SectionThirtycie.
    ____ _._ Quarter of Northwest Quarter, West Halfof | In Township' Seven South RangeTwenlyIwo
    Warrant outstanding Sept 80. 191* __ _. 2,418.14
    "O4; BE1SURE ----? .
    IF YOU COME JACKSONVILLE Scrip certified and not presented ._.___._.__._._........ 8.00 3,421.14Ihpoaltory Northwest Quarter nf Southwest> Quarur.NnrthwpHt of East thence run North 210 feet tr.
    of RouthraHt Quarter ,
    Quarter thence Kant fi'10: feel throes South 210 fret ,.

    AND VISIT US balance Sept. 80, 1919 ____.___.'______________ 16.10 Hxtlon 12 : all In Township 6 South KanmKRaaC ihencWflt 6UO feet to point of beginning.
    ': and. Aotitalnlnti three acre, more or leas
    45-49 > W ANDREWS JR., 1
    Sheriff Bradford County i
    ASSETS .., Florida, R. A. ,
    Ralanc. rah In dopoaltnrlea .._____00__._......................_... 7.72801 12to 12-6 to J t A.WEEKS. Commuwlonvr
    I9its W. Bay Uncollected taxra currant year _____.____............................ 174.66 .

    Total __._..._______.___________________?...____._ 7.908.66 OUDEB FOR PUBLICATION I Colds Caune drip and Influenza
    St. LIABILITIESWarrant In Circuit Court of Flo.+da. KlrhthJuillrlal LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet remove the

    ST 4TIOJV1RfBOOK ID ART STORE- outatandlna for current *xpim*** ??.?__..,s.....?__ 167.1 / Circuit Bradford County. In Chan rI | There U oui ice "Urorao QubI''_'
    .. Warrant! outstanding not ortlrled __,_.,._.__... ..'"' j.-.j- t ***,oaPralnajre I r.... I eau ?
    coupon _. 8,418.14. Claude L, Undrrhlll. 1ww | E. W GROVE'S ".""taj on box, S;.7.
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    ry 4' Bradford County Telegraph assist Jn its extermination.The and and Mills Batten furnished the' with the atter'. parents, Mr. and Mrs. of her grandmother., Mrs. G. W. Tea-, t\f,\. burch has been confined to his
    t cotton crop of.Bradford countyIn hicken and hogs that were shot off. J. n. Thomas.- ,1I'> ton. |be/!'or several days. f

    1919 scarcely amounted to 150 bales Messrs. M. Z. and Cleveland Sulli- Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Dennison and Drew Reddish h,. returned to North>J.$. ".> members! and friends of the
    7' j Published Weekly, and entered a. nee. and if cotton is planted in 1920 it will an, T. B. Triest, H. S. Roebuck, R. cMldren, of Midway, spent Christmas Georgia, after spending a week with ,,chhes", remembered their pastors on

    and class matter at the poet-office at likely be still less; this is ao little that t. Mersey'and wife, H. D. May and here\ with the latter' parents, Mr and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Red-" v { the benefit is hardly perceptible to the rife were visitors to Starke one day Mr ..J. W, Lewis. bp.-ff good things.K '

    Starke.... Florida. farmers, and they would have been ast week to do their Christmas shop- Rev an I Mrs. R. A. Thomas and dish.Charles Dyes was In Island Grove .
    better off if no cotton had been plant. > little! lon, of, Trenton, attended churchat last week.
    _ E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner. ed at all. As it is, the farmers are ing.D. Paxton Shirley, of Larking, ar- Rock Saturday and Sunday.. Ernest Wells spent Christmas day 1r J! "ireull NOTICE("'..urt. Bradford TO APPEAR County Florida.

    a J. C. ROBINSON, Associate Editor prospering: about as well as ever before ived here Thursday and spent the hoi- Lee Grt't ne of Lake Butler was a with relatives in Jacksonville. Mltirrnplalnant.Lee Thompson I

    -. which shows that they can c'xisl :days here and at Brooker with rcla- visitor in our burg Sunday. T. E. Waldrup, of Lake Butler, was ; .
    well enough without cotton if they ives and friends. Ills friends were Jcir Conner
    This is leap year. But before the : of Midway, spent the in Lawtey transacting business last 4ohr. Thompson.
    have to.The rlad to see him. iriKtmas holidays with friends. ii
    coy maiden proposes to the young week. BILL FOR IVORCJI
    Telegraph therefore appeals to Johnnie Adkins, of Adams Park, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. and been
    man, she would like to see a statement Hodges Blanche Burney, of Jacksonville, I'll tinir shown by affidavit that the
    $ of his income. the good sense of the farmers when it ta., was the guest of his sister, Mrs.. Children, of New River, spent Saturday is spending the holidays with her, Johnle Thompson Is a eltlsen off
    asks them to plant cotton whatever l imd the t-e or Fiords' hut that his whereaboutsIs
    no 1. M.
    Sunday with
    relatives and
    ( grandmother, Mrs. II. R. Sapp. on"i and that the defendant Is over the
    With this number the Telegraph during the year just begun. The Mrs. J. E. Owsley and son, Charlie, friends. The Lawtey High School will resume are wenty-one ,........ and that there I. no
    enters .
    farmers away from the railway stations ere visitors to the county seat one Mr. and 'Mrs. Leander Prevatt of on. State of Florida anon whom service
    its term Monday.
    upon its forty-third year of exis- can led tn hind said defendant.
    tence. Years come and can do well enough raising crops lay last week. Valdosta! spent the week-end with Messrs. Dan Gorman and J. M. t wiT THEREFORE; ordered eonsldrred and
    may years that will fatten hogs, also sweet potatoes Mrs. W. A. Jones has been spendinga relatives and friends.A Bonds of Jacksonville have been the adjwW" that said. defendant Johnle Thom -
    may go, but the Telegraph goes on r'PPcar to the complainants bill of '
    and The last named will large eon com
    forever. cane. few days at Lawtey with friends. crowd of folks from the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore pleimerein on 0' lit-for the 2nd day of
    be a very profitable crop henceforth. Mrs. S. B. Wcodard was a visitorto Waterouk section, attended the ordination Mrs. J. B. Rowe and children are fVbru. A. D. 1920. In default thereof aideerwm
    Farmers near stations enjoy cash of J. eonfnwo will be entered analnstthe
    may Saturday.Mrs. ]i.
    I Hampton Kelly Saturday.
    Man told us the other day that he visiting relatives in Macclenny this at Inhnle Thompson.
    had three money all alnng by growing truck of M. E. Holder and littfe grandson Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mott and daughters week. I w,It I""her onlrred. that this nntlee be pub
    been four in Florida
    years different kinds, poultry and eggs. Calvin Wednesday and of Hague attended listed'' the Ilrailfurd County Teleirraph a
    spent at
    A. II. Harley returned to his workin .
    of which he had spent in waiting for nee'srr' publlshid lit Starke. Bradford! county. ,
    I. Coast Line trains.-Clearwater Sun. Co-operation among farmers is necessary Thursday at Palatka with relatives. Rock Saturday, Jacksonville Saturday, after spending FliW, once each week for five consecutive
    Ills fourth year was probably spent for if they do not all quit Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey and children Onic Rivers spent last week at Lacrosse Thursday and Friday at home. I I 7TN"NESS' WHEREOF., I have hereunto
    in the barber shops waiting for shaves crowing cotton in a large area the spent a few days during the holi- with 'her sisteiV Mrs. Dave G. W. Moseley, of Jacksonville, visited set fw>nd nnli affixed the seal' of the Ctr-
    weevil will still be kept alive. Cotton days at Raiford with relatives.W. Shaw. homefolka last week-end. cult C, on til the BOth day of December

    i "Death 'in Trail of Avalanches in has been given to the Southern farmer A. Jones was a visitor to Hampton -' Mrs. Ida Howard, of Gainesville, j Rev. J. J. Treadwell, district Superintendent A I..D. t.I W. T. WEEKS.

    Nebraska" is the head of a piece of as a magnificent heritage, and he Monday.II. spent last week with her father, C. was in Lawtey Tuesday W ck ClrcSEA1 t Court Bradford County
    i unfaithful steward ifby S. Roebuck spent few days M. Kelly. ( Florida.
    news from Switzerland in the Palm would prove an < a recently holding the fourth quarterly confer- Av S. CWS.g
    Beach Post. That Canadian Club : commission or omission he should at Gainesville with relatives. We are sorry to report Alva Thomas ence at the Methodist church Tuesday Sol or fur .omplalnant.; J-2-61-1-80

    i. I whiskey that comes to I'alm Beach by put the cotton producing industry, so Messrs. Jake and Cleveland; Lee, accompanied on the sick list. evening.
    to mankind in by Lillie Lee and the Misses .4 NOTICE
    : auto and aeroplane does play the mischief necessary A. B. Prevatt, of Jacksonville, has .
    farmers cited in the beginningof Collins of Lakeside, attended services LAWTEYMiss Notli hereldnt given that sixty. days from
    been the of relatives in .
    guest Lawtey. ., tint, 0 IWth day of hi hru..,. A.
    1 this article were doing wrong in here Sunday. Ed Davis, of Jacksonville, was a 1 | : : won
    Judge l : : :::
    i The undertakers are behind the the same eerie as he is endangering: Kilmer Woodard was a visitor to Enzn Blanchard, of Quincy, visitor here Sunday. 'I
    manta nl voui n of the rotate of J. M.
    : .times. In their advertisements they public interest who, during an epidemic the county metropolis Thursday. is spending the holidays with her par- Mr. and ..Jrs. Herman Thede, of ':: Fetch. erased ,d imply for the approval
    of fever cholera hides Arthur Bennett of Peters and Pack ents Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. of amend fo
    horse- yellow or Jacksonville, Sunday at ny final diiieharRe aa such
    still have a picture of the old : I were guests .
    a patient instead of having him Shirley are spending a few days here Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Byrd spent Dilmmiittor.I
    I drawn hearse. These days of auto away the home of Mr. and Mrs R. R. Thede 'I Dated 'e 19 day of December A. D.
    :hearses many a mangoes to his last taken to the pest :house, or he who and at other places with relatives and Christmas day with relatives in Jack Mrs. C. R. Sapp and daughter, Bcu- I'I'I I I 191 .\ ,.
    knowingly allows his mad dog to run Friends. sonville.' I o' S. J. FIITCU.
    lah visited relatives Raiford
    resting place at a much quicker pace near Admlnlal'o of .a Eela' or J. M. Futch
    loose of him Daniel Batten has returned from Mrs. W. M.\
    ,'" than he went to his daily labor. instead chaining up or Redding and children, Friday. deoPtd. 12.19-910-2.11
    killing him. The boll weevil is now so Jacksonville, after spending the holidays Ruby and Onie, spent Christmas day Miss Augusta Snead, of Jacksonville -

    S i The following was published in the well understood till farmers can take in that city. with relatives in Starke. I was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.R. 1920 UTOGS NOW READY
    1 Mount Carmel Item December 16: "All their choice-to get rid of it at once Mrs. II. E. Moorer and son, Arthur, Rev. W. L. Ovemtrcet and daughter R. Thede Sunday. For t9 co 'niE'nce' of the public ,

    't,:I persons owing the Item money will and later grow cotton in safety at a returned home Saturday afternoon, af- Miss Carrie Belle)) left Sunday for | Frank Green, of Plant City, spent app1lcat fl !registrations of motor ,
    please < tonight as tomorrow theY good: profit, or to let the pest hope- ter spending the holidays at Orlando Georgia, where they will .spend two the week-end at the home of Mr. and vehicles'or' tyear_ 1920 MAY BE
    pay up
    l World comes to an end. We do not lessly ruin the industry, for cotton can with her sister, Mrs.; Elbert Sibley. weeks with wlatM's and friends. Mrs. Charles Dinkins. FILED 'OW IF accompanied by remittance -

    T7 + want to go: chasing 'all over h-' for be grown in many other parts of the Miss Estelle Woodard was a visitorto Miss Virginia Peace, of Jacksonville I Wilmot Brown, of Tampa, has been Ta will be sent out about

    k," the few dollars you owe us." The editor world, and if we fail In our quota of Hampton Thursday. has been spending several days in the guest of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. the wide 01 et'ember in time for

    seems to have a poor opinion of production for a few years, other Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koon, of Waldo, Lawtey with friends. G. W. Brown, during the holidays.The the newear.Fleasesee. ,
    11, i ? those who donot, pay their just dues.. i'countries, not troubled with the wee- were guests of her parents, Mr. and W. R. Strickland and family movedto Christmas at the at all questions are
    vil, will take up cotton growing and Mrs. J. P. Padgett, Wednesday and Inverness first part of the week. different churches were well attended answereland ur name and address

    Hanging is too good for the ghouls soon outdistance us in this particular. Thursday.Miss Mr. Strickland has employment at a and enjoyed by all. is prince or inly written to avoid

    who sold wood alcohol whiskey to the Dora McEwen kas a visitor to large sawmill.' \ )l Rev. E. Boyer, pastor of the Bap- errorsl :be J requires you to exe-
    AS TO EDITORIALS Palatka "Wednesday. Miss Eva Futch of Jacksonville cute
    inebriates over the country and tpe IppJ ion before a Notary
    rc poor caused so deaths. The thirst for Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, of St. Petersburg spent part of the holidays\\ Lawtey No Worm In a Healthy Child Public101iOD' /Ricer using a seal.

    rum seems many as great as ever among a I The able writer of the Galineaville :, spent: the holidays with her with her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. G. L. I All children troubled with worm have an unhealthy Blank key secured from Banks
    certain class who will swallow Sun's editorials makes a serio-comic sister, Mrs. II. D. May. Futch. color which Indicate poor blood.and a*. Justices 2 tl 'eace, Notaries Pub-
    labeled, "whiskey," and death anything is complaint because some of his editorials Cleveland Lee, of Lakeside, was a Misses Pearl and Clara Bennett, Of i I I rule,there TASTELESS U more or chill IBM TONIC stomach given disturbance.GROVES regul.rlyat lic and ant //licers, or the Comp-
    : left out to accommodate ad visitor Palatka Jacksonville the !
    to Wednesday. troller.
    the only thing that will stop them are spent first of this ,two or three week will enrich the blood Im-
    from drinking it. Gainesville vertisements. "But how about our editorial H. S. Roebuck being the last farmer week with relatives and friends. i prove the dltfeatloo.and act aa a General Strength eR': ST AMOS
    buying and
    on Christmas?" he asked the I In our community to grind cane, Mrs. Pearl Rafuse, of Jacksonville, i ruing Tonic to the wbaleeyelem. Nature will then tat Jomptroller.11284t .
    d News. throwoff the and the Child will: 'bt
    4 publisher of the Sun. "Oh, it will finished the last of the week and on I is spending a few days at the home) I nlerfectbeaith. Plmrant ta>. >. 60c IHT bottle
    t keep till next Christmas," said thlatter e I Friday night he entertained a large
    So many girls are quitting their
    "or rewrite it for the number of folks with chicken -
    you _can young a T"JUItI1II1IIID'ommtl1l
    jobs in the cities till the scarcity
    C Fourth of July.." pilau and candy. pulling.; Needless to I > "' ;!HBrairaiBmaima>fflgMMKi'' iMBaHM ''''''DtII11( iDIm otDtll! mWlJKI
    female help l is being severely felt. The
    When a is of restrictedarea say there was an extra large crowd
    girls are getting tired of incompatiblework newspaper
    and returning to their homes the most majestic editorial ever present and enjoyed the occasion. The
    :e and possibly are to help their overworked written, when weighed against "de guests departed at a late hour. I Why Is\ The Essex Bought! ByS i

    mothers. The high pay during wartime ham dat am," or even a package of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. King were visitors ;

    lured them to the cities. They Post Toasties, is found wanting, for it to Hampton Wednesday .after
    is the advertising that makes the noon.! ,
    y made big money and spent it mostlyon ; mare ,
    clothing. Their purchasing ability go and allows)) the "ghost" to walk. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Batten and
    children of Lakeside attended church ,
    f And the cold-blooded make-up man (
    now being greatly; reduced, this will .'
    probably tend to lower the price of sometimes proves to be our guardian Sunday. Men* Remote Sections Where An Essex
    aw clothing-and shoes. angel and saves us from ourselves Sam Swindel and Kilmer Woodardwere IiUDSON

    when he leaves out an editorial that visitors to Brooklyn Thursday ,I Has Pot BeenSeen\ Mail Their Orders. SS X Iz

    we would have been sorry for, had it right.

    i The.Christmas.the holidays just passed appeared in the paper. Yet we over- R. M. King and Blanton Owsley, of : It Is A* Unusual Mark 0/Confidence" '" It :
    were quietest in
    }" ever recorded look all this and sometimes wonder il Jacksonville, spent the holidays with .
    Bradford county. So far we have :homefolks. .
    the editorial column is really of any
    t heard of none of those disturbances Miss Lillie Lee and the Misses Collins r

    more use to the paper than that tuft
    which generally attend this season of hair that adorns the gobbler's of 'Lakeside, were among those !
    that should be one of pence and good breast is to the gobbler. Still when we who attended the party at II. S. Roe- nit.1

    C { will to all. The reason will no doubt call to mind that when riots start, buck's home Friday night. .
    c '
    be found in the scarcity of intoxicants newspaper plants are often the first Miss Maude McEwen, who is teach- Men wh Have Never $

    t y While more or less.moonshine is being to be wrecked, we get a little conso- ing school near Sapp station, is spending -
    ,;!d: made, Sheriff Epperson and his lation, for it was not the advertise- her vacation with her father, J. L. :iT)i Bv ni .
    h'; ,, deputies, the constables and the ,mar McEwen.
    ments the rioters found fault with, but .
    ,.'; shale of the incorporated'' towns, are the editorials, so editorials must car- H. E. Moorer has been on the sick : i There is a strange and str&g interest in must through sheer ml have won the admiration -

    .yryi \ I V ever on the alert to discourage the ry weight after all, else they would ',list for the past few days. ,uf the Essex which we have no&been able to of those whofe Been and ridden '"' '

    + making of the stuff and to apprehendthe :. not be hated. : Mrs. J. H. Moore, of Starke, Is.vls- fully explain. V in it. ,
    l WV\1 J' venders. The officers deserve the
    iting her son, D. W. Moore. ,
    _ But it cannot be denied that, after.
    A 11' more credit because they get no assistance working on a Christmas editorial till 'i J. L. McEwen and family spent y You hear the most sincere dorsements Then It MutfOthers : 'e What (

    I' '; from the public. it is done to a turn, having juicily Christmas day at Hampton with his ,,for its qualities fri"n1 men vhdlhave, never -1J

    ti .l - rtY basted it and garnished it with cran- daughter, Mrs. L. D. Ross. 'even seen the car. We belies that more Ai aymg

    4 Some philanthropists are bothering berry sauce and parsley, then havingall Messrs. Ben Hall and Kilmer Wood- ,than half a million people now d intimately .. I

    l''! .,II themselves average farmer's about the wife.lonely If life of knew the our work spoiled by the soot of ard! returned Monday afternoon to ;know the Essex, but that docs not account In every! communitjine one car is recI,
    f they sordid commercialism coming down Eridpend where they are employed, for what is being said about itkin remote ognized
    It of
    as i ifft just
    f! how the average: farm wife had to after spending the holidays here with any car a J
    the the world cold .
    hustle from before till ten chimney, seems a their :'communities where no Essex e has yet given make but an ind ual car that holds I !

    i < o'clock at night OP- longer if she has and unsympathetic place. I W.. parent A Jones was a visitor to Hampton appeared the best record for sp of acceleration orDistributors
    M' ,.. sick children to nurse, they would find Saturday. c J hill clirjbing. You m know some car in

    _IV 1t I she had too much to do to feel lonely. MRS. tPPERSON GIVES DINNER William Hall, of Waldo, visited his report having'ders 1c ived orthat way. And have OB heard men at-

    i --....:.. On Sundays, after she has gotten the PARTY parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall, Sun- by mail from persons why ay they tempt t) explain the by comparison
    .\l children off to Sunday school and has ,have heard? much about the E ex that with thit car? .

    ,,;3 cooked a big dinner for "company" Tuesday evening i last week Mrs. day.Leon Lee, the well)) known telegraph they know it is the car they want ; I I

    \, that is sure to come and enjoy the W. J. Epperson gave a delightful din- operator at Baldwin, was at Lakeside That is the way in \t hjits riding quali- :
    I hospitality of the house, she is too ner party, in honor of her house guests with his parents, Mr and Mrs. M. W Perhaps you, too, are one who hi not yet ties an described; ]IjRrtish and beauty
    dead tired to feel lonely. It is of no Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Jones, of Jack- Lee, Christmas day. teen the Essex. Yet you cannot b I reader
    'l sonville. '. of these words and not have hem what are likeied to similar ities; in other cars ,
    use to help the farm women enjoy life A week's meeting began here at the
    \ before the husbands consent to ease Roses and Christmas decorationswere Christian church Monday night, Rev. p people on every hand are saying ab*t it. that people know favc* and well.

    their wives' drudgery used to make the rooms and dining John Mullady, of Hampton conductingthe t
    In aiempting
    of what have to the foray
    table more attractive. After services to which is Because you hea1'thers> e -? reason
    par- everyone cordially -
    KILL TilE BOLL WEEVIL taking of an elegant dinner, the com- )) invited.A. j you approach the Essex with 11 most the wa: in which thi *sex has been ac-

    I ; pany enjoyed piano and victrola mus- Sullivan was a visitor to Waldoone Si' ..ravorable impressions. With so mm houcepted ..Ve return !alwa., o|the car itself. It

    We were somewhat startled when ic. Besides Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones day last week.J. ands making the Essex the stan<&d of must hve qualities if have wanted. It

    r we read that eight farmers out in the invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. Collins, of Lakesidehad the i:heir automobile desires, there is scrw: explanation ,was ouiaim to meet tt emand. We wanted -

    Texas had been arrested for planting DcWitt C. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. misfortune one day last week to have f I for the confidence evidence hen it t have the ad ages of cost and

    cotton on "the sly." Reading further Perryman and George C. White. 8 horse kick him in the side, breaking ; nen send their money for a car the aye operatbn of the light s&md; to also have
    we found that in certain of the .
    zones three: of his ribs. the
    j never: seen. enurance and p(o i ance as well as
    J southwest cotton growing has been ALKAHEST LYCEUMThe Pack Shirley and Arthur Bennett I the apeal to been c
    t forbidden during a specified length of left Monday afternoon for their homes -' It Is Not Because 4 sive pride w rave excIuc
    \ time, in order that the boll)) weevil may next Lyceum attraction will be In South Florida. They were accom- tp.-ostly cars. i

    t starve to death. "Zone riders" police "The Liberty Belles," which is com- panied as far as Palatka by his mother rJ Of What We Have Said
    i I these areas, but they had failed to discover posed of four gifted young ladies. The Mrs. T. B. Shirley, of Brookwr;'and 1 J' I[ Its Sal<< ow

    the fields of the farmers mentioned date is February 2<>th. The reason Messrs. Ben Hall and Kilmer Wood i
    All that you have heard about the E. >>
    x. Pro
    I because they were in out of th; for this delay is that the Woman's ard as far as New Smyrna. They ,
    is what others said for it.
    have We
    H, way-places. But suspecting that they Club has selected the Lyceum's best made the trip by auto : hi, r.; .1

    I existed, air scout? were sent up, and attractions, and they are not routed Messrs. C.' A. Youngblood: and S. B. ,C made no claim for it. We have publishno Esse cars have betinxcess, of deliver-
    ,I (they found them. Which shows that for Florida until later in the season. tVoodard were transacting business in descriptions. We have not said it ii ies froi the'6' was announc-i

    a the powers that be consider the ex- The club trusts that the public will be Starke Monday afternoon. a better car than any other. We have not tS* ed. Te prbduction f approximates 100 !

    extermination of the boll weevil as a patient with this delay, as it is un- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rhames spent U en' intimated that its performance: exce< a dayjjut does not be* ? meet the needs.

    ,' tl I ''I work that must not be slighted. avoidable. Monday at Lakeside with relatives and the performance of other cars. But on cl Ask air Essex dealei'1C what others are

    "s y'tI: \ 'V So you see, Mr. Bradford county friends. sides you hear it compared to cars you kno saying::arries the aa3' conviction; to you,
    r .;,:r\ I farmer, that is ia a serious thing to Til KRESS A Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore, accompanied favorably and in most cases' to the advan as itjces! to others nityou must sooner

    i plant cotton these days, both for yourself by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tage of the Essex. There can be but one explanation or late want an Esse, *1 is best to decide
    for neighbors and the worldat Theresa Jan. 2.-Rev. E. C. Dickens
    your David Jones, of Hampton-, left Monday
    for that and that is the Essex early.SMITH'S
    I large, while the boll weevil exists of Lake City, filled his appointment morning for points south, traveling bv .

    Desist from planting cotton this year here at the Baptist church Sat- auto; spending the holidays with rel- r

    -you can well aft'ord to do it, but you urday and Sunday. atives. They are expected to return
    cannot afford to throw your work Christmas passed off very quietly home during the week.

    away, and besides, to endanger for e '*s the school or either of the churches : GXR A3 E
    longer time than necessary an indus I lad entertainments of any kind for ZIFF

    try of vital importance, and undot {I the young folks, buc the little folks -

    normal conditions very profitable. If I I hung up their stockings Xmas eve and Ziff, Jan. 2.-Rev. W. M. Moody, of .
    the weevil lit deprived of food and ltd Santa did not forget them. Christmas LaCrosse[ filled)) his regular apoint- 'STARKE \ FLORIDABngaafflfflflaasDafflfflmaKca ,
    breeding places it would perish. Be. I I day the young-as well older men mcnt at Rock Saturday and Sunday. ,

    Bides, it is likely that other insectr I participated in a lively shooting matchat Mr. and Mrs. W. II, Shaw and children tn

    Would. come and. prey on the pest and the station. Messrs. .S. B. Wood- of LaCrosse"hpeht the week-end ''' iII DmI m aVVV
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    pany Jacksonville, wri guest dur- CARD OF THANKSWe RAIFORDftaiford. Thl Daoambar Slat 1111.
    in the Christmas W. T. WEEKS,
    ? Udays of his israli
    Circuit Court
    mother, Mrs. H. C. Rl\rd1' Jan. 2E. M. Johnson, ofJacksonville A. 7..1A KJNS.
    much appreciate the Christmas Solicitor for Complainant l--t-l-SO
    Bits Christmas in
    spent day
    of localInformation f
    remembrances kindly sent by
    Miss Kathleen Ahu and her col. so ourpepople Raiford with friends I
    and friends to cheer this
    lege room mate, K; Lena Bolton, us B. I. Taylor] of Jacksonville, was Intown .CLASSIFIED.
    left yesterday. for hV! Bolton's homein first Christmas without "our papa Saturday. ;
    when families naturally like to be to
    Gainesville. La, evening; Mrs. Les Whitten, of Georgia, spent a
    gether and saddened by vacant
    Bolton gave a dint" party on honorof are few days here last week with relatives ADVERTISING
    chairs. May all be blessed in I I
    iILL-1t II Omr P_'", 11..A.... ..I lilies Alvarez. you and friends. \
    ( ii ...... Ie ....C._.. a.T. your homes. Sincerely, Miss Ruth Roberts, of Worthington .
    jl LAW
    Mrs. Lillian B. ..ton a noted \V.C. was the guest of 1lilllVilma Andrews ONE CENT A WORD rOil EACH: I88UB. TIf

    -- T. U. lecturer 11'apeak here on I during the week-end. A..rU....CASH..... Inaartad IN ADVANCE andr: this tint ../
    --" the 11th of this irth. Mrs. Fulton UASKETIIALL GAME TOMORROW Miss Evelyn] Luck and Miss Bessie I MUM ba paid la ....n.... N. ...."1.........

    D. E. Johnson has noted to Hobo- have been shipped to different partsof i Is a gifted speakund Starke is for Belle Richard of Green Cove Springs, i for ana InaartlaB accaptad far laaa than It

    ken Ga. tho state by C. S. Durling duringthe tunate to have ;a opportunity of Tomorrow afternoon on the High are visiting friends this week ,I FOR SALE-North Carolina variety

    week hearing her. School campus the B. H. S. basket ball Miss 1'rrla Whitten and Mrs. Tid- ', seed peanuts ten cents per pound. "- 7

    Rev. B. D. Law welt. ofT for a visit team will meet the fast team of the w'lllt'ft Tuesday night for St. Augus- :j I F, M. White & Son, Lake Park, Ga.
    to Wauchula Monday.J. The United Daughters: of the Confederacy The W. C. will tine I
    TJ. meet next Duval High School. This team holds to spend a few days with friends I I I 12124t.

    will meet Wednesday, the 7th Monday afternoi at,three o'clock] at the state championship and it is the and relatives. | -- .
    G. Johnson has moved with his inst., at 8:30, at the residence of Mrs. the Methodist Miss i
    .lurch, Mrs. F. A. Intention of the B. II. S. boys to wrest Carrie McKay spent Christmas I HAVE FOR TRADE-One good plano -
    family to Crawford. Jla. arah L. Hamrick. Scott leader. 'Ins will be made for day in Jacksonville I.
    the laurels for next year and place it with friends and I costing $450, for town lots or
    the Victory WBnight meeting on on the team wetring the B. H. S. col] relatives! "
    \ i either in town
    ( Peanut seed, different varieties, atKickliter' Miss Naomi Diggs )leaves tomorrowfor the 15th Inst. acreage, or county. .
    Mrs W. M. Graham left ?
    Thursday Mason the Furniture Man Starke.
    .. ,
    Tampa where she to ors.The .
    goes resumeher' local] boys have most of thefr morning for Jacksonville, after spending 11-21-tf. .n.

    Mr. and Mrs. L. G.Powell were in Junior duties in School the George Washington R. R. Wynn Hampton, has pur- old players] back and this will be the a few days with her parents Mr. I a
    High chased the II foe from Mrs. and Mrs. A.
    Jacksonville Monday. place fastest\ game ever played on Starke's IX Andrews. FOR SALE-Lots on Walnut street

    Martin, of Cires. Mr. and Mrs. court. All basket ball fans are urgedto Mrs D. C. Cnaoii left Monday night I on which my house recntly burned. !

    Copfc-) C. lleibi-rpr, of Brooklyn, Little Miss Myrtice Wills, of Wal- Wynn have n ed into the home and be out in force to support the team I Ifor Macon[ Ga., to spend. a few days Reasonable price for quick sole.. W. '
    do, is a visitor at the home of her have to the
    comma i Improve
    was in town Saturday place. and load them to victory. Nothing with relatives and friends. I N. Murdaugh Fernandina Fla. :
    grandparents, Judge and Mrs J. T. puts more '("pop" in the boys than n I Mrs. Manly] Luck of Green Cove J-2-2t. (

    Mr. and Mrs. O. (. .Cooper have Wills. Miss Myrtiarr/of Dado City has crowd of chceriiig rooters. Springs, IB visiting hero this week. I

    gone to Dublin Ga., f Mi s.JI'. Robinson, of Jacksonville, Walnut sin. Miss Barr's many been placed nt 15e and 2Sc, and the morning for Marclenny, after spending -Porto Rico. Nancy Hall, Red ;

    90 day and Fulghui Oat seed. J'I is spending several days of this weekat friends weJ clad to again see her in game will start at 3:00: o'clock a few days here with her daughter Providence and Norton Yam. Apply I I
    the home of Mr arid Mrs. J. C.
    F. Kickliter. 1-2-21.1 I Robinson.Col. Starkt .-= :Mrs. A. I). Andrews.Messrs. I to T. S. Williams, Starke, Fla.
    UNVEILING OF MONUMENTS Warren 1'crkins, Ralph Alvarez 1-2-61. { ,

    J. C. Poppell, Esqf Plant City I Col. andi'rs :A. Z. Adkins had as -- Victor Kulil] of Starke, were __ I'
    A. Z. Adkins and family returned visitors, here Sunday afternoon. : farm horse ..-- .
    spent Christmas here \ th his family. New Ycarfuests; Mrs. M. E. Edwards Graham Camp W. O. W. has invited ]FOR SALE-One good -Tf
    home Tuesday after spendingthe Mi Mabel Edwards, Mrs. J. the local ) to heI'C"Pllt at tho A. I). Andrews made a business trip I cheap; also one Jersey cow $30; \ I

    Allan Canova spent evcral days In holidays in Gainesville with rela C. Adkin-md children Mrs. W. A. ] unveiling of camp the) monument of the lateE. to Jacksonville Tuesday one new one horse wagon also place .

    Palatka this week vising friends. tives. Barrett a little daughter, Stella of D. Abernathy, which will take placeat Kasper Duncan, of Lake Butler, was for sale or rent. W. M. Bryan ,
    GaineBvil In town Thursday night. Starke. 1-2-tf
    : ,
    Dcdan Brooker
    cemetery near next 0d
    Mr. and Mrs. Lang Goodyear, of !Mr. and Mrs A. J. Hobbs left Mon '
    Mrs. S. S. Dowling spending i the Sunday at 2 p. m. It is expected thata 'Y
    F week in Jacksonville her sister. Ocala and Hilda Williams of Lakeland Earl Udleton, who Is studying large crowd of people will be present day for Macon, Ga., after spending a FOR SALE-Tison & Jones top buggy :

    spent Christmas day at the homeof pharmacat the Southern College of to do honor to the memory of a few days here with their parents, Mr. new set harness, all for $100.
    Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova.A and Mrs. D. C. Cason. New Tison & Jones body buggy -
    Ga. is the open "
    rharma. .
    Col. A. V. Long of Matka, was in Atlanta among good man.Members ,
    Mr. Tidwell left Saturday for Ala new set of harness, $165. D. ,
    Starke the first the reek on busi holiday to Starke spendingthe of our camp have also ,
    ness. dance was given Christmas nightat vacinn with his parents, Dr. and been asked by the Campville Camp W bama, after,IIpending a few days. herewith W. Alvarez, Starke/ It'* "
    armory, which was attended bya relatives. ,
    Mrs. VE. Middleton. O. W., to attend the unveiling of the
    number of persons from other townsas Mrs. I STOLEN Half breed l
    monument of the late Sovereign F. O. W. II. Andrews returned' home :STRAYED OR -
    Miss Scarborough olWaldo spent
    well as the dancing set of Starke. Sunday night after few'days color light red markedcron .
    spending Jersey
    a cow,
    Parker. The will take ] I
    the placeat
    Wednesday aa guetof Miss Eva C. Roberts, chairman of the ceremony ,
    in ] underbit in and]
    Daytona.Approximately and one ear
    jj board'!' county commissioners was a the Waters cemetery, two miles
    Mrs. E. M. Thomas and children left swallow fork In the other. Suitable)
    visitoo Starko a few days and south of' Campville at 3 p. m. Sunday.
    Monday morning for Palatka to spenda ago
    $2. OO worth of Cocaine reward for return to R. Ih: Greene
    R. A. Weeks motor!} to Palatka whilfiere confided to Rome of his .
    week with her sisters. Mrs. Thom I '"
    and morphine and a diamondring Lake Butler, Fla. lt
    Monday afternoon, running home as is attending to business in Orlando, frien that he is thinking of enteringthe NEW W. O. W. OFFICERS valued at $2,000, of which latter. I! ,
    for representative in the next
    Tuesday. \ re value the duty would have been approximately 1 FOR I SALE-Two Ford touring cars,

    I Mesms. Guy 1'rn'n t1 sessi of the legislature. At the annual election of officers of $800, have been solzecH! both in excellent condition. All new i ,

    Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Idges of Jack- cott and little son, of Bainbridge Ga., the camp of local l Woodmen of the from the person and baggage of Dr. :, tires One for $350; other for $4r0.;

    eonville; were holida. visitors to spent Christmas with their parents, :V and Mrs. B. R. Witkovski, of World the following were chosen/ Alfonso Sanchez, Tampa by customs i For particulars wrfte A. Z. C.. Lake ,

    Starke. \ Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott.D. Jaronville, spent Christmas here as Council Commander, I). E. Knight. authorities lie has been arrested under \ Butler, Fla.] 12-19-4t. r

    j'us of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat- Adviser Lieutenant H. L. Tillis. two smuggling charges.

    Mrs. II. Tomlinson, cLeko Butler, W. Ilazen, one of the prominent th(>. 'They left on Friday for Alba Banker W. J. Thomas. ,I'FOR RALE-Two good cows. One .. )

    is visiting her daughtc' Mrs. E. R. citizens of the Brooker section madea ', N. Y., to be the guests for a Clerk, J. W. Morgan ORIIFR FOR PIUII.ICATION I I fresh now, the other will be fresh'

    Poppell. L pleasant call at our office Wednes fe days of Mr. Munsen, for whom I Escort Albert] Dubose. Jurllclal In Tlrcult(Circuit,Court.Bradford Slat of County Murlda, In, Elvhth Chun-1 about January 1st. One registered \

    day. M Witkovski. is a traveling sales-] Sentry, B. T. Tillis. ..ry. I IRnliy Jersey bull three years old and as i,

    Buy your peanut- see(WLile I_have. iri.l Manager, Wj A. Dubollr.Phy"il'lanll Cfirni Oormsn> >lnln.nt. [I Iv fine as silk. Price $260. L. C. Prerf- r s t
    them. They are scarce. ... r. Kick. Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner spent the T I I Ifi '
    > lake. /
    rs. W. E. Middletonand colt, on Peck road to Kingsley ;q
    liter. 122t. holidays with her daughters, Mesdames miss Lena Bolton, of Gainesville J. C. Wills.C. E. fcnilnnt.(lurmitn, I I I,|I 12.1fl-3t.'* S I' 'iV''f "

    Z. J. Roberts and W. S. Yelvington ant several days this week as the T. Silcox is Past Council Com It .|iH'nrnir hy affidavit anpantl'it In ii.. ,,
    Mrs. J. M. Brownlee I idlittle( son, at Hastings. lest of Miss Kathleen Alvarez. Af- : mander. Mil llli'.l In.tho KlmvcHitatod ....... that O. R. 1 1 FOR SALE-N. C. Flat] Vine or Flor- ;
    Wnesday Gtirman. II defendant thorvln namrd. la- nrsld.nt .... ,
    James William in .
    r the dance at the armory on Wed- l of tha atata' of Florida, and eonaralahlmnelf ida Runner Seed Peanuts Seed ;; + .
    Jacksonville. ] Mrs. Ileulah! W. McWorth of Jacksonville csday evening Miss Alvarez enter- I WATCH PARTY to th.t pee,.. of autiiKwna' cannot liaM peanuts are exceedingly] scarce. Secure ,*;':' f I; .4
    > >d him and I. ...
    rv" th
    upon over of ( '
    a wvntyKina -
    spent Christmas with her aired a few friends complimentary y....; It I. thrpfora onlrred that all you will need at earliest "V.' rf', !I'
    J. F. Klckhters Jr., hi as a guest brother, N. D Wainwright, and fam.0, Miss Bolton. Mrs L. A. Davis entertained the di-fttniUnt bv and la hereby. ra- possible moment. We have a ]limited V. [,i lr1
    his Tlmas Rolandof inbred Ui .appear to the Mil of eimtplalnt fll..d ',
    college room mate I
    ily, returning to Jacksonville Friday. Epworth League at her home Wednesday In "aal f ...u.. on or lMrun. Monday tha Cod supply of the Florida Runners and I
    Newberry. % J. 4Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Orr, of Charlotte evening with a Watch part dry of Tibruary. A. It. 1U20 othtrwlMa thaalltiiratlona . are offering them at ten cents per \
    of ..
    mild lilll
    W. M. Edwards has received a ship] ,'N. C., spent Christmas with the The house was beautifully decorated by Maid l dffi'ttdnntIt will Iw takrn eonfiintvd pound ($2.50 per bushel) f. o. b.-! ,

    Miss Gladys Prescott ?ent .i a few ment of pure bred Angora goats fo ]latter's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I with the season's colors. Large bellswert' III further ordered that this order ba C"b.U.h..d Lowell. Fla. Send in your order to. ,I. 4''lit
    days of last week guest iMiss Kath onttu. wool for live o..n.itciiitlva wii>ka will not last long. II.. ": .
    his farm short distance southwell stillas day They
    a Perry Dover. The Dovers have suspended from the ceiling anda In the Bradford County Tflrvraiih.' npwapa-. J"
    leen Alvarez.] JJ of Starke. t guests Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Han- centerpiece of roses and ferns tleco par puhliHh I In Maid ouunty and ....1.. T. Hall Co., Lowell, Fla. 11-21-tf. ; .u ,

    Ben, of Kentucky, Mrs. Hnrwn! being rated the table. i t
    Lewis of is visiting
    Miss Hilda Jper,
    Among other places to which Star' t their: laughter .t
    After music short devotional ,
    1 ( her sister Mrs. J".lRobinson. games and a
    have been shipjl
    strawberry plants )
    during the holidays. j| of late Is the Industrial School t : service was held at twelve, ,1
    !; Mr. and "Mrs. Roscoe McLane entertained 'I I just ns the old year died and the new I J

    ..._ _. ,, __ ,.. Marianna. t
    mu Davos "' !: .c.,. a number of their friends on year was ushered\ in. DAinty refreshments '
    ItBWHUIl UA r JlHU-c, '-' J .
    spent Christmas with hfcwents Mr. the evening of the 25th. Christmas I of hot chocolate and cakes were COME VISIT us s?}

    and Mrs. J. R. Davis. j$ I II Geo. E. Kelly county surveyoras' cakes and candies were served and i served by Mrs. Davis, Mrs. E. K. Per. :
    hif'4' \
    Raiford back to
    ,I moved from the party enjoyed a fine display of /fireworks i ryman and Mrs J. C. Digs j J 1rl
    home on the Starke and Lake Bier after which they attended the : Those Mrs. Davis .
    L. E. Jordan, of Sanfo> pent several ; enjoying hospi- .
    road. dance at the armory. tality were Misses ]Doris Helen I ,r
    days last week withls wife at i I I Sl'olt. J
    i Mrs J. Griffin. I Diggs, Huldnh Brinson Kate Struth, _
    the home of Mr. and
    1 $I' pro and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinsoiandson A number of Bradford county ,Josephine Brinnnn, Naomi Diggs: Hilda ... Learn why so many people like ''t :

    Laurie, of Dunncllon]) spensev- ers ]left Monday and, t'al'h'l, Struth, Jessie Mae Hall, of Tampa
    Peek of Wujfoss this f
    Miss May spent week the teats bank. There's something ii'y' \
    throne of her eral days here this as Bradentown where they will attend Thema! Brinson, Louisa Diggs Margaret ''1 jt '
    brother the past, C.ten L.days Peek. j$ of Mrs. W. J. Epperson and C and the state teachers association. Amongthe Long, Ruby Davis. Lucilo Ta- more to bank service here than ., .;, '''; ,{ 1

    jT? Mrs. D. E Knight. number were R. A. Green, of Rai |turn Mrs. Goldman, of Tampa, Mrs. r':
    I lI ..
    aid l'I
    merely an to financial trans- > : ...- '
    C. L. Moitt of Dinning\ came up ford; Supt. E. R. Poppoll' C. E. Pope Perryman Mrs. Diggs, Mrs. ]Davis, : .,. ,
    Large quantities) of fire br*. cement of Starke. (II / "
    S. ; :
    Christmas day his father ;and S. Dowling Messrs. Wilbur Scott, Carr Colley, actions. .
    to spend and other building mate lr unloaded I ;

    A. E. Moitt. jf, at the Starke depot hie been I The Christmas carols IIunJby\ the i Brinson William and Struth Rev E.J.K.C. Perryman Diggs. Roy ""I- j. :

    transported to the Campho Farm, in various places about' ------. '. Here .
    Cyrus Sistrunk, of ioksonville, I young men ---- you have persohal service Ii
    near Waller, this week. town early Christmas morning were Seed oats at Kickliter's. .
    spent the holidays within! parents from officers always ready to .I\ , 'i','' ', j
    by was n commendable .
    Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistifc: (f'from enjoyed many, 5., 4
    Powell has purchn'd
    W: C.
    thing to do in these days Mrs. S. Gillespio returned Saturday talk over your plans In a friendly' ; : \
    ,North d
    his residence n ; .
    1.. E. Roberts ,when frivolity and Irreljglon claim the 0",
    Friends of Captain S. Bryan are nd family to her home in Ft., Meade, after 'way. t.
    Walnut street. Mr. Powell There's always a friendly
    time and thought of the youth so' S
    spending the in Staike
    holidays with {
    ] him out againren though (
    glad to see
    : I will into their w J'
    move much. It is to be hoped that this ,
    'her Mr. Mrs. A. Col- welcome time
    he must use crutches to t around next week. I parents, and W. every you come. "
    wholesome pastime will continue.
    i .,
    A. J. Underhill( and MIAda Rowe Miss Hamricl who has \_
    were married by Judge ..TA. Gar. the Margaret two week with her The fruit display at G. W. Snell.j'rove's The ]local postofflce has received notice Come visit us. Feel the congenial t "f'--'
    spent past
    store, near the -depot, during
    that the sale of thrift will
    Denber stamps
    diner at his residence 23rd. will
    mother, Mrs. Sarah L. Hnrick atmosphere. Note the '
    the holidays was unique, as it con. not be discontinued as per notice given helpful .
    leave for Dougi) Ga., to ,
    Monday tamed fresh watermelon. The melon u
    Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Mot had as her work in the W'c school. a in last week's issue, but their sale attitude. We think our bank Is a .
    resume | came from J. O. Luke's farm, north-
    will still bo The
    Christmas d>>, Mr. and I pushed. postmaster
    guests on -
    cast of Starke and weiubed 11 1-2 here good bank for you. .
    received this notice ,
    Mrs. R/ R. Wynn and s 3 Mattie Mr. and Mrs. "D. T.-lark::: came pounds. Mr. SnellgroveRefused nn I early this ,
    week and was accompanied by another ,
    Williamson. fit down from Jacksonville id spent the I offer of $1.50 for it. The warm weath. r i ,supply of the stamps.

    holidays with Mrs. Cl.-k's parents er that had prevailed had kept the
    M. A. Adams assists ,manager Mr. and Mrs N. D. Wnwright returning !I melon growing. 'j! .
    of the du font camphor m, Green to JacksonvilltSsturday. There will be no services at the BANK OF STARKE '. I

    Cove Springs made our oMi pleas. I Baptist church next Sunday morning !,
    I Saturday afternoon a man and two ]In the evening; the special song service .:
    call Monday. $ dia has returned -
    ant Bruce Davis of Ai: .
    spending the women, strangers, in an automobile, ] will be held. THE CROWING BANK '
    to his home aft'

    now Ed of Lubin Jacksonville, a former, spen
    his uncle, Mr. with long string I I'of to Starke this ,
    train I was backing a week. They will
    relatives in Games-
    Day with I IJeround ves.- '
    family and other ro j
    box cars. They had crossed one [
    Starke. II..- ville Sun. j!> j.i rail of the track when Chief Kite saw on North Walnut street and the / I

    and their plight' and frantically signalled doctor will have his office in tho Long I,
    Cabbage plants in largmantitiesAall May, Mr.
    Mr. and Mrs.
    id Messrs. J. O. the engineer to stop. The train was j,office building on Call street until

    Mrs. R. B. Crowder all of Tampa stopped when only a couple, of feet j,]lately occupied by Col.] A. V. Long. Dr.

    f os.- Sands; and E. E. Wcwr I from the auto and lives were no doubt, Biggs] and his family will be warmly I
    of Mr. and Mrs. I GENERAL INSURANCE
    : have been guest saved by the quick action of the marshal welcomed to Starke. f''
    S. F. Morgan for tl holidays. I(
    and the engineer.
    Mr and Mrs. N. Wainwright had i + I '. - .. ..' "-- HAROLD C. WALL. f
    MILLION PEOPLI Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kickliter had as'
    USED IT LAST YEAR their mothers, MrsE. respectively I guests during Christmas week Mr. Good Finder Seedat STARKE FLORIDA I
    and Mrs. I). L. AW"! .
    )t11 Christmas dinner and Mrs. G. W. Thomas and children. .

    as which their added guests muclto fr the pleasures ofI I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Thomas joined FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE (

    I them at this home Christmas day and
    CASCARAfl QUiIEant1MDE the day for the rtire I all partook of a sumptuous dinner '..,,;,

    I J. E. Wainwrht: with of the his U.daughter S. Land' such only Mrs.Christmas. Kickliter eve is Mr.capableof and H L. Fowler's !

    Office, Gainesvil' C. C.IIigginbotham Mrs. E. M. Thomas had a tree at their rnnTiuznns-SPHA.TINO MATBIIIALS rnA YBnS
    .andard cold< rrnnLr' find eon-in-lawblr. and with home for the children as well as the Lake ButlerIf (assets HUME,Pi... W.P.SIMMONS..VkFni... 0.A...OIlIlISO....h..I..'.*Tf.... '
    _... t4b; r ,,"--. :' .".... e.. Siam Sunday hili I The....II..'.'..cilia.depend.upon II..quality and _per blending ol Ih. nt.l......
    U' r IOS9f4 ; D. wainwright, old folks and handsome presents were you come before they $ 1 ::. >Into I h.comfmilioii.and* mwd In m.tiuf.cturm W. uu hllb' .i.d. ..(.>
    .. brother N. ( .
    ... and uflartlllnn eve backad br than
    honr.-r81' r" :> distributed with everyone happy. Mr. rnor* thirty yaan oaponanca In w*and auna. -
    Ma..y t.ecif boa /.h hsr.nulm .ot ily. ._ / G. W. Thomas and family left for are gone --...... Quality. U placed WRITE h..c.nd FOR our LATEST p.......PRICE.In Una LISTS with qua lily and compoatUra.iin '1 ,

    'c. n Wltb S E j'. traveling salesman their home on the East Coast Satur- It. O. PAINTER FimTILIZIUt
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    -nr was, on north of Medicine Bead the two men, told why he should go gan de Spain. Will you see to It?" fastened It. S Rise tine when nc nirulfpeo) : td rime

    + t The I'cace river nheepiuen raided out1Iace himself. "It's not claiming you fire not "I will. And If It comes to me-yon, The fearful pain from the torturedarm I whlflletree. The day the surgeons

    > your father was with them. lie entitled to say who should go, Duke," De Spain will see to It that what stock torn at times almost from its

    :: Nand lever did us no harm, but my brother he sold
    1 Bay Morgan, was shot in that raid by tnywhere you reach wouldn't glie you Nan your wife." ligaments, the constant rupture of

    Music I man name of Jennings. I started She looked from one to the other of capillaries and veins sustained hi*

    ut to get the man that shot him. Stts- the two men "All that I have," she consciousness for a while. Then the

    loon trailed him to the liar M, the old l said In turn "the lands la the gap, everywhere torturing pain abated, the rough dragging I

    ; i Mountain I IBy De Spain" ranch, working for your fa- around Music mountain, go shattered time bruised body less.

    Jier. to you two equally together or which- It was as If the Lady and the storm

    r The words fell fait and in a fury i ever survives. And it you both live, together were making .easier for the

    They came as If they hud been choked I and I do not, remember my last mes- slowly dying man his lust trijil across

    luck till they strangled. "Sussoon I sage-bury the past In my grave." the desert He still struggled to keep

    look me over there Toward night we f a Duke Morgan tested the ;Inches of alive by sheer will power flickering 1 fI'

    ' rot In sight of the mnchhouHe. We o rlW the saddle on the Lady once more, unloosed sparks of consciousness, and to do so

    FRANK' H. SPEARMAN law a man down at the corral. 'That's the tugs once more from the concentrated every thought on Nan. It

    '. ' J Axtbor of "WHIfPERINO Fennlngs,' Sussoon Hays. I never luld horse's shoulder, examined each buckle was a poignant happiness to summon 4 I

    r "WTWtnoprngNbr yes on him bt'fore-I never laid eyes # of the collar and every Inch of the two her picture to Ills tainting senses ; he

    >n your father In-fore.' Iloth of us strips of leather, the re-enforced fastenings ... knew he should hold to life as long

    .. ..OOOOOOO Ired. Next day we begird your father on the whlffletree, rolled all up a* he could think of her. Love, 1

    Vtor M tkulbowt Sou) -as killed and Jennings had left the again strapped It, and stood by the stronger than dl'ath1'1I1'd In his .

    lie climbed again Into the saddler jountry. SUSHOOU or'I one of us, killed head till De Spain swung up Into the heart. The bitter morel-

    .. the cold was gripping his limbs-and. four father, De Spain. It It was I, saddle. lIe bent down once to whisper less wind were kin

    watching the rocky landmarks narrow.Iy t did It never knowing who he was, a lust word of cheer to Us wife Image from. mt' of the storm She'

    tried to circle the deud waste ot sever meaning to touch him. I was tr and, without looking back headed the seemed to speak-to lift him on her 1

    the half-buried flow. With chilled, after the man that killed tny brother. Lady Into the storm. I arms. Ahead distant mountains rose,

    awkward finger he ailed the revolver Bassoon didn't care which It was never r .N whlte-poaked. The sun shone He '

    'again and rode on, discharging It every lid, then nor never Hut he held It ld f'f CHAPTER XXX. I rode with her through green fields, and -,y N
    ir / I
    ever mo to make trouble sometime 1
    minute, and listening-hoping against I a great peace rested on his weary
    tor twixt you and me. I was a young fol With Death.
    hope an answer. It was when he Gambling senses.
    Jmd almost completed! as well OB he low. I thought I wus revenging lay Beyond giving Ills horse a safe headway I S .

    could compute, the wide circuit he had brother And If your father was from the she'lter De Spain made Lady Jane, pushing! on and on, enlightened

    set out on, that a faint shot answered tilled by patched, bullet, his \blood In little effort to guide her He had chosen by that Instinct before which
    : Dot on me, De Slain, and never was. I' of Is wetik find,
    continuing signals the Lady, not because she was the reason man pitiful,
    '.. With the sound of that shot and Bassoon always shut a patched bullet : fresher, for the was not but becausehe seeing as..It were, through the Impenetrable In Her Hospital Bed She Rose Bolt
    !j II never shot one In my life And I'd curtuln of the storm where .
    those Hint followed It his courage all' believed she possessed of the three Upright
    came buck. Hut he had yet to truce 1} never told you this of my own self horses the clearest Instinct to bring! refuge lay, herself a slow-moving crust
    through the confusion of the wind and Nan said It was the whole truth from "I'll Go for It," He Snapped. her through the fight for the lives that of frozen snow; dragged to her jour.ney' agreed that If hlsjllfe were to be saved
    I me to you, or her life. She's us much the arm must con Ie off at the shoulder
    the blinding snow the direction of the the same attention they would me. were at stake He did not deceive himself end-to the tight-shut doors of
    mine as he is I named her.
    answering reports. yours .with the Idea lie could do anythingto the Calulmsns Iuro-hl'r unconscious a gloom fell on tllo community '
    And It Isn't saying that you're not the
    I took care of her when there weren'tno
    I Hither and lhltherlhe! rode, this way- other living soul to do lt. She better man for the job-'oll've traveled help the beast find a way to succor; burden, and stood before'them patiently In a lifetime of years there can com
    > got that Instinct rested wholly in the La waiting until someone should to the greater pirt of us but a few-
    and that, testing out the location of and herself out Into the sinks longer thuu I have Hut open
    shots and men this this between and Duke It's dy's head, not In his. He only knew for her. It was one of the heartbreaksof days, a few hour sometimes no more-
    you me twenty-
    I morning. I'd never )been like
    ..s. caught eight yean ngit'imt' fifty. I ought to that It she could not get bock to help tragic day that no one ever knew than a single,: moment to show of what
    this if I'd hud I told Her
    my way. could not. Ills !In when the Lady reached the dooror stuff we are reullj made. Such a crisis
    he he own part the Just
    doggedly kept on, shooting, listening "fore we'd been out hour we'd hold out u while the longer, that's all.
    1 wheeling and advancing until as nee the end of it. She nn Maid she'd rather never Let' work farther to the ell fit." effort was quite outside any a'-l! to the how long she and her unconscious came Unit day to Nun, Already she-

    he raised his revolver to fire It again, Quartering against the mad hurricane Lady-It was no inure than to reach master waited In the storm for admission. had been wheeled more than once Into. ,
    : die In It than you'd think she quit you.I aid she startled exclamation DP Spain's room, to nit where shecould -
    a'cry close at hand came out of the they drove mid rode on until the alive whatever could find, that A from
    told her I'd with
    ;" storm. It was a woman's voice borne go on her and do team could hardly be urged to further he might direct It lei where Nun and John Lefever, who hud periodicallyand help woo him back to life. The

    on the wind. Riding swiftly to the as she said-thut'll why we're here effort against the Infuriated element ''I'' her' compnnlou would endure a few ftixlously left the red-hot stove chief surgeon, In the morning, told
    and that's the whole truth, so help me
    left a horse's outline revealed !Itself OodlI -De Spain riding at Jntert'als as far hours longer the fury of the storm Nan of the decision. In her hospital'
    I at moments In the driving Know ahenoiN His he liD the office to walk moodily to the bolt "No I" she
    I : own struggle for life, real- bed she rose upright. !
    "I ain't afraid.: of you, De Spain. Til 'to the right and the left as he daredIn ,teed, was with the wind-the roaring ;window brought the men tumbling declared solemnly. "You shan't take
    Spain cried out and from behind '' another he from his
    1'Dq vain quest of landmark. When :'over one as ran '
    give )whatever you think'a comingto a wind that hurled its broadsides of frozen Ids arm off I" ",
    the furious curtain heard his name, he 'companions to throw open the outer
    halted beside the for the
    you with a rifle or a gun' any time.nnywhereyou're wagon snow In monstrous waves across The surgeon met her rebellion tactfully -
    1 loudly called. }' ,..dshed his stum- last he and door and pull the drooping horse Into
    t a better man than 1 was a mass of snow I the maddened sky, challenging every But he told Nan, at lust, that
    .bllng horse ''U1'rhe: dim outline of a 'the barn
    u ? am or ever was, I know thut-und that Ice ; horse and rider were frozen to : living thing It drove Icy knives Into lI le Spain; must ]loi-e either his arm or
    eco',2 ntirse, the background of a wag. each other. lie got down to the It was the Indian Scott who read-
    ought to satisfy you. Or, I'll stand : his face and ears paralyzed In its his life "No" see repeated without
    oti; a storm-beaten man-all this ground with a visible effort and In the ling first of all the men everything In .
    my trial if you say so, and tell the swift grasp his muscles and sinews hesitation and without blanching, ").ouHhlln't
    passed his eyes unheeded. They were wind Duke his and the dread story, forward withstifled
    truth." singing told plan sprang
    fought the tout flow of blood through take off his aria He shan't lose:
    ''bent on a girlish figure running toward The Ice-laden wind, as De Spain purpose. his veins and searched his very heart a exclamation, as the horse Ills life" .
    him as he slid stiffly from the saddle. In the snow-covered log,
    He had chosen the desert a dragged
    stood still, swept past the little group on open to still It.Encouraging. The blood surged Into her cneeftlietter *-'-
    The! next Instant Nan was In his arms hollow falling somewhat abruptly .whipped a knife from his pocket cut
    4 with a sinister roar Insensible alike to the Lady/ with kind blood and redder than the doc.
    Its emotions and Its deadly peril. from the north, and beneath its shoulder words, and caressing her In her groping the Incumbered arm and white hand tors hud been able to bring tllI're-such,

    CHAPTER XXIX. Within the shelter of his arm he felt I I I while Morgan loosened the horses, efforts as she turned bead and tall free from the whlftletree, and, carry lilood as De Spain alone could call Into-

    v the yielding form of the Indomitablegirl he scooped and kicked away a mass of from the blinding sheets'of snow and ing the stiffened body Into the olllce, them. Nun, with] her nurse's help,

    4 The Truth. who, by the power of love had snow. The wagon had been drawn Ice, De Spain let her drift hoping she began with Insane haste to cut away- dressed, joined De1! Spain, und talkedong
    With the desperation of a Joy born Just above the point of refuge, and the the clothing
    wrung from the outlaw his reluctant might bring them through, what he and earnestly;, The doctors, too"
    of despair she laid her burning cheeki.t story-the story of the murder that two men with the aid of the wind, confessed In his heart to be, the narrowest Lefever perceiving it was De Spu'lnthus aid the situation before him. When,
    t hysterically against his cheek. She dumped It sidewise of drawn to their feet shouted
    ( over ,
    hud stained with Its red strands the ot chances. theyi asked him f t rained kisses on bill Ice-crusted brows the body a windbreak the hollow, while he tore from the blade of Scott's
    } relations of each of their lives to both over lie bent low In his saddle under the nodileil toward Nus. "She will tell)
    and snow-beaten Tier arms held a sort of roof around which the knife the frozen the orders
    snow ,
    eyes. garments
    the others. lie felt against his heart unending blasts. He buffeted his legs )>rou, gentlemen what we'll do."
    him rigidly. lie could not move nor driven by the would Itself for the the heated water the
    gale, heap snow,
    the faint trembling of her frail body. and arms to fight off the fatal cold. lIe And Nan did tell them what the two
    speak; till she would let him. Transformed in hard waves. Within this shelter the warm blankets, the alcohol and brandy
    So. when he had held in his
    a boy slipped more than once from seat who hud most ut stake In the decision
    this mountain girl who gave men stowed Nan. The horses were and stripped to his waist chafed
    hand bird and felt the
    a fluttering and with a hand on the pommeltramped would do Any mart could have done-
    t herself so shyly, forgot everything. lier whirring beat of Us frightened heart driven down behind It, and from one his the marble feet. The Indian, better
    horse revive
    beside the to us much as that Nan did more-
    k words crowded on Ills ears. She repeated his cruel of them De Spain took the collar, the than a staff of doctors, used the cunning -
    against strong, fingers.A foiling circulation there would comea She: set herself out 'to 1111th... arm'
    his name In an ecstasy of welcome tugs and the whlffletrees. lie stuck a of a sorcerer to revive the spark
    sudden aversion to more bloodshed time he realized, when he could no and patient both, find, lest the doctor
    drew down his lips laughed, rejoiced In his nod while extinguished
    hitching strap pocket of Inunlinate life not yet
    a sickening of vengeance, sweptover longer climb up again but he Stavedtlmt should change their )nclics and move
    { knew no shamefacedness and Morgan steadied the Lady's head De by the storm. A fearful Interval of
    him ua her heurt mutely beat for Issue off to the last possible moment together on the urn surreptitiously
    no restraint she was one faced from Spain buckled the collar on her suspense followed the silence into
    A'' mercy against his heart She had of endurance, because the Lady Nun stayed night aid day with DP
    the stroke of a descending knife. doubled the tugs around the wbifile- which the work settled a silence broken -
    done than could do. her
    more any man made better time when he was ou 81'111011I111 he was alile to make such
    ; moment before she hud faced death I Now she waited him. Doth his tree, and fastened the roll at her side only by the footsteps of men running -
    on back When the struggle to remount active use of either arm as to convinceher
    alone ; It was still death she faced In front of the saddle. to and from the couch over which
    the breathless
    arms round her. In -
    wrapped hud been repeated until nature that he und not the would
    sill' realized this-but It was death at embrace that drew her closer she. Nun came out and stood beside him longer by any staggering effort be Scott Lefever and McAlpln, half- soon need the most witching surgeons

    least, together, and her Joy and teurs read her answer from ]him. She lookedup as he worked. When he hud finished made to respond) to his will until his nuked, worked In mud concert. Afterwurd when

    rose from her heart lu one stream. Into his eyes and waited, "There's she put her hand on his sleeve. He legs were no longer a part of his be- De Spuln opened his eyes to wander asked the chaplain Nan whether, In some.she doubt

    t De Bpnln comforted her, quieted her, more than what's between you and me, held her close, Duke listening:, to tell nnmbed being-until below his hips he from one to the other of the faces He married he wus-
    Fun away one of the couts from his, Duke, facing us' now," said De Spalni\ her what he meant to try to do. Each had Imo body answerable to his commands half rose up struggling, in a frenzy to ratify amid single confirm obligingly the offered

    t rt borne slipped It over her (shoulders, lu-, sternly, wheu he turned. "We've got] knew It well might be the last moment but only two Insensible masses with the hands that restrained him desert cere

    eased her In the heavy fur,. and turned to get Nan out of this-even If we.don't together "One thing and another of lend that anchored him to the While his companions pleaded to quiet mony.This affair was the occasion for

    t ills eyes to Duke. get out ourselves Where do you have kept us from marriage vows, ground-he still forced the frozen feet him, he fought them\ until restored anLxtraordlimry /
    remnd-up' lit Sleepy Cat.
    Pk old mans fret, square face sue figure we are?" he cried ]lan, wild De Spain beckoning at to carry him In a .feeble, monstrous to Its seat of ri'tisoO, his mind reasserted Two long-h ostile t'lI'lIlI'lItthe stage

    '' rendered nothing of Implacability to "I figure we're two miles north ofj gait beside the Lady, while he drugged Itself and, Ijlng exhausted he told and railroad men nnd the CulanannsMorgnn -

    the dangers confronting him. De the lava beds, De Spain,",shouted Morgan -. with his hands nn the saddle for her them In his exquisite torture of whom gup contingent of mountain
    of that, lie had he had left, a oil what must be done
    Spain looked for none patient, aid. 1111'11. for once ut least, fraternized
    t known the Morgan record too long and, De Spain shook his head In dissent i One by One every thought, as If con' 'to find and bring! them In. Warrants were pigeonholed suspicion\

    faced tho Morgan men too often, to Then where are we?" demanded the f While' the relief wagons, equipped suspended sldeartns neglected In their

    w fancy they would Hindi at tho drumbeat older man rudely. hismindsave with straining t teams and flanked by sailIb oils. The fighting I men of both

    .v Of death. "I ought not to say, against you. not freeze to death. Morn> lion once veteran horsomra, were duKhlog out camps I In the presence of n ceremony

    [r- The two men, In the deadly, driving Hut It I've got to guess, I say two i he had hoped the Insensate fury of the of the barn, he lapsed Into tmcemUHness. that united [Ie Spain and Nan Morgan\

    now, eyed each other. Out of the old miles east Either way, we must try i blizzard might 1Ioollt) ('. The Lady had Hut he hud been able to could not but feel u generous elation.

    r Bum's deep-set ejes burned the ret-lnt- for Sleepy Cut. Is your team all long since ceased!! to try to face It- hold Scott's bund long 'enough to tell Each party considered, that It was contributing

    I lace of a hundred storms faced before, right like a stripped vessel before a hurricane him he must Und Nun und bring her to the festivity In the bride-

    '+ But he was caught now like a wolf In "Team Is all right. We tore a wheel she was drifting under It. De, in, or never come buck. and groom und the very best each

    I trap and he knew he hud little to near off getting out of the lava. The Spain realized that his helpless legs! It was Scott who found her In their could boast, und no false note disturbed -

    hope for little to fear. As De Spuln wagon's done for." would not carry him farther. Ills! groplngg througn( the blizzard the three the harmony of the notable

    regarded him something like pity limy Do Spain threw the fur coat at him hands, freezing to the pommel,1 no had wandered nearer Calahusos than day

    lave mixed with his hatred., The old "I'ut It on," he euld. "We'll look at longer supported, him. They finally any one of them dreamed. And ou the Gale Morgan having given up the

    r utlaw wus thinly clad Ills open the wheel." slipped from It and he fell prostrate In tglen desert, fur south and east of the fight, hud l left the country. Sntterlee

    % throat was beaten with snow, and, They tried together! to wrench It r the snow beside his horse. When he upper lava beds, It wus Scott's horse Morgan danced till all the platforms In

    j Itundlng beside the wagon, he held the Into shape, but worked without avail. would cry out to her bill frozen lips that put u foot through the bottom of town gave way. John Lefever. attended

    team reins In u bore hand. De Spain In the end they lashed It, put Nan on could, mumble no words. It was the'' the o'I'rlurlll'd'IIA'on box. The suspected the groom, and Duke Morgan sternly -

    V rut the other cout from his saddle und the Lady, and walked behind while the fight no longer of a titan agulnst nil-: mound of stow, with the burled but without compunction gave the

    held It out. Duke pretended not to' team pushed into the pitiless' wind tort, but only of an Indomitable soul; horses nfTiimbling. to their feet rose bride From Medicine Bend Farrell

    lee, and, when not longer equal to;; Morgan wanted to cut the wagon way against a (cruel hateful death. I lei upright at the crash. Duke crouched I Kennedy brought a notable company

    keeping up the pretense, shook his und take to the horses but De Spain struggled to his feet only to fall again: huff-conwluus> under the rude shelter' of De Spain's early associates for the-

    lead. unld not till they found a trail or the more heavily. He pulled himself up Ljlux whore he hud placed her snugly event. It Included Whispering Smith,

    "Take It," said De Spain curtly. stage road. this time by the stirrup strap, got his- between lie( horses Scott found Nan whose visit to Sleepy Cat on this oc
    "No." So much snow had fallen that In hands and arms up to the pommel, and I lie Kpok. to her whl'n she. opened I her ('uMlon'IIS the first In years ; George
    "Take It, I Buy. You und I will settle spite of the blizzard driving with an rtfjy clung to It for a few paces more. But staring eyes, picked her up In hirturins !blcClaudwho had come all the way

    rr ur affairs when we get: Nan out of unrelenting fury'the drifts were deepening he fell at last, and could no longer rise i tiled to Ills companions for thecovered from Omaha to Join his early comradesIn

    ,. this," he Insisted. packing, and. making all effort # from the ground. The storm swept unceasingly \\1IfllI) mind began to restore arms ; Wlckwlre, who had lost none

    "Do Spain I" Duke's,, voice, as was IncreiiHlngly difficult. It wits well-nigh on. her, without u moment of delay, to lot his taciturn bluntness-and so many
    "I can bend the horses into the life llo\ wen promised, If she would train dispatchers that the service on
    It* wont cracked like a pistol. Impossible to The Lady, checked by the lines
    ; lay all I've got to say to you right storm and De Spain looked with evermore They Sealed, Their Pact With a Silent wrapped on his arm, ntopped. De drink the hateful draft he put to her the division was crippled for the entireday. -
    Embrace. I'.ps! und let him cut away her shoes
    utNan. half
    After .
    lere. eyes Spain lay a, moment, then bucked her
    1 "No." an hour's superhuman struggle to regain length to Morgan to step closer that up a step pulled her head down by und leggings: and the big coat frozenon A great company of seltnppolntedr
    her that In )less than hour she
    old troll that should restore their'bearings <' gathered together from over'
    "Yes cried the man. a he might clearly hear "Nothing must the bridle, clasped his wooden alms
    lm "Listen, Henry" pleaded Nan, seek- they halted, und De Spain, keep us lon ,'t'r.VIII you marry me?" around her neck spoke to her, and should ace Henry de Spain alive and all the country rode behind the gnylydecorated

    ng shelter from the furious blast riding up to the wagon: spoke to Morgan She looked up Into his eyes "I've lifting her head, the man dragged: him well. bridal couch In procession

    wj ;l Within his arm, "Just for'a moment, who was driving : "How long I Is, promised you I would. I will promise> to his feet Clumsily and helplessly ) from the church to Jeffries' house,

    Isten I""Not this going! to lust?" every time you ask rue. I never could I lie loosened the tugs and the whlflle- CHAPTER XXX where the feasts had been prepared\

    now, I ,tell you I" cried De "All day and all night.: Nan leaned have but one answer to that, Henryit tree, bent his hands together with Idl- During the reception 'a modest man_

    Ike' Ipuln. closely over to hear the curt question must always be YI'sl"! {otic effort hooked the middle point At Sleepy Cat. % dragged from'an obscure corner among'

    "lie was coming Henry, all the way ind answer. Neither man spoke ugaln;; "Then take me, Henry" he said I Of the whlffletree into the elbow of his I Nothing in nature, not even the the guests, was made to take his place

    .Y -and he is sick-Just to say it to you. for a moment. slowly "here and now for your wedded I left' arm brought the forearm and I storm itself, is so cruel as the beauty next Lefever on the receiving line. It "

    li.I) /, lt him lay It here, now." "We'll have to have help" sold De husband. Will you do this Nun" I hand against his shoulder and with I of the after calm. In the radiance of. was Bob Scott and he looked most uncomfortable
    the sunshine licit day De Spain delirious
    ,, "3o on !I" cried De Spain roughly, Spain after a pause. Still looking Into his eyes, she answered the hitching strap lashed his forearm I until he found a chanceto
    and muttering, taken to the
    Say It." "Help" echoed Morgan scornfully. without surprise or fear: and upper arm tightly together around was slip unobserved buck to the side-
    hospital at Sleepy' Cat. In nn adjoinIng
    "I'm not afraid of you, De Spain 1" "Where's help coming from" ry I do take you." 111'0-1 I the whlffletree. room lay Nan, moaning reproaches'at of the room where the distinguished

    (homed the old man, Ills neck bared to De Spain's answer was not liurrled., "And I, Ilonry, take you. Nan, I He drew the tugs stiffly over the those who her reluctantly Medicine Bend contingent, together
    lie flying Ice. "Don't think, It I Yuu'ro "One of us' must go after It." Nan and now for my wedded wife, for better Lady's back unloosed the cinches of bade to were life. torturing Jay and the with McAlpln. Pnrdnloe Klpaso and

    l better man than I am, better than I looked at him intently for worse, for richer for poorer, the saddle, pushed It off the horse and doctors worked over the three.night The< Bull I'age, slightly' unsteady but extremely -

    iver was--don't think I don't know Duke set his hard Jaw against the. from this day forward, until death us sinking Into the snow behind her, town the serious for the grave occasion,
    the'dlvlslon. und
    lhat. But I'm not afraid of e'er a hurtling stream of Ice that showeredn do I'a rt'" 1 struck with Ills free arm at her feet. the mountain men watched the outcome appeared vastly uncomfortable to-
    nan I faced, De Sputa ; they'll tell the forlorn party, "I'll go for It," They sealed their pact with a silent' Believed of the saddle, the Lady once getter
    of the
    struggle far .
    as a .
    i .
    snapped. De Spain turned to Duke. behindher e
    je embrace more' slowly
    IOU that when I'm dead All that started drugging 1 Medicine Bend railroad
    i rouble that ever come 'tween you and "No" returned De Spain "l1t tter "You are the witness of this marriage, through the snow a still breathing to aid In the fight surgeons came The railroad has not yet been built

    oe come by an accident--come before for me to go." Dukj You will see. If an accident' human being. Less than an hour before across the sinks to Thief River. Bat

    rou was born, und come through Dave (. "Go together," said Nan. happens that anything, -everything I 1 It had been a man. It was hardly De Spain cost the most acute nnxl only those wholived in Sleepy Cat In

    t Bassoon, und he's held It over me ever' De Spain shook Ills head. Duke have-some personal' prol.erty-my fa more now u* the Lady plodded on, J 'three ety. The crux of the battle, after the its really wild stage day are entitledto
    too said Unit only one should ranch north of Medicine I lives were held safe, centered on settlers or to-
    Once you come up Into this country.) Morgan ther's old than an Insensate log. But not even call themselves early
    I was a young fellow. Sussoon worked j) go; the other must stay De Spain Bend-some little money in bank at' death could part It again from the the effort to save De Spain's arm-the tell .sto :\le. wore .or lugs authentic
    he to lose If
    !tor.tnf father.. Zleyca!!' 1 and sheep q'hAe.J11s@totn.ratted-andmbgok' .OJ Sleepy! Cat-: oesto_ rny wife Nan Mor- horse tit which, De Spain, alive, had -one! -_.chosen. he must (Concluded on Page 7))

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    rAGE TUREK : .y ey
    i '- r --_ - dangerously injured. Marcus had, on Monday the (nil d.y of February. 1920, ,

    I I News of Flori sin Short Paragraph !' come to the village with Burns and the ITwenty4lve following _rlbd personal property, towit .

    having had some words with him
    head of atoek rattle and their
    ..w... weeen---- ji j went to his house and got his double Ina...._. marked awallow.fork, underbit In one 1

    i barrelled shot gun, loaded with No. 8 ear.. and undrr-equare mare 8 In the other .sr. Al.o.on .
    any yrara old named "Nelli.i'
    [Live late News J 1 shot and coining up to Burn. fired ....."on..bay hone. N yean. old named "Char

    i one barrel the shot striking th,., neegro's lie auirinathe r ha Mar cattle or brute to be on herded neck ;or without Kathered, re-,
    J breast. Mr. Dorman near but aold on the range.

    Told bfOur Exchanges I and called to Marcus, to stet| firing i. E. FUTCH. EVERETT M.Special JOHNS Manter.

    i and Marcus turned and fiieo the other Complainant's SolicitorrilMMIBSIONEK'H 1.2-at-1-a0.
    ---,- - - charge at Mr. Dorman, hitting him

    -- in the hand and side. SALE
    Florida's average acre of It npro- rested right where Mr. Quinn got onto Hereby. notice I.( viven that under and t>.
    his virtue of that certain decree. or partition made
    ducts U 149. whereabouts.
    | As a result the! and entered In the Circuit
    Clara ifaynes Court In and for
    -- turkey. ended his journey in the Quinn I''' May aged two yean Itr.dford County. lorida.. In Chancery, on the ._.._
    Thirty-four traveling saldftitii gout oven and the family had Christmas and seven months, daughter of. Mr. lot day of OrUilirr.. A. f). 1 Ul II. In fever of ..- _. -.t-
    and hav"e JAIva' Abernathy.. "widow O. J. .
    Mrs. T. D. Jlanes.'ho a J AI.n..lhl.nd -. .
    of Palatka every week two" on with the expense of thirty-five.II I I Eugene: Abernathy a minor, by his neat .
    the retail trade throughout Mi state cents a pound eliminated. country home two miles north of I I, friend Alva Abernathy, complainanw, andairaimit
    was burned to death last Monday.It Ltuie Surrcncy. K. S. Currency, her .'
    hunhand. Kriilie; .
    Abernathy and Heatra Abvrnathy.
    One hundred -and seventy- urcar. Gold diamonds Liberty Bonds and was said that the little girl and a a> drfrndanta. the unih>ralitned a. com.muwlunera . ...t amonnt*f work ... is 1M 110M .h""'- tto
    loads of citrus fruit have bedlilpped I precious younger child were left playing in the will offer and ...11|| In front of the rvntioD of war luti ":.waurily delayed aed areumm I
    j jewels were stolen Sunday in South Itoo of the Courthuimv In Starke. DorIda .. fated, and the" ,.dl Ir that a a e.ry iv c
    from Plant City since the seqK> open. Pensacola in various parts of that house while the mother went out for a during the legal hour of ..1.. on Mon. .p.BtiitarM oiutht I* W .!. t city. short time. A fire was burning in the day the Itnd day of February A. O. lt)20. iUblj du to lb. .... mud,... iadoquAtoljT '".rail rroad.
    ed. Losses sustained by some residences evidently the hlvheet and bent. bidder for rash In hand to ...wen the I........... hair IWAL1FH "'........
    open fireplace and the little tot -
    aggregate hundreds of dollars, which the followingdeimbed proiH-rty, aituated and the -117. D. IIIVIW.Work I t ,
    Florida has the only. [asp p fisheries one store keeper who to have stood close to it, a* her clothingwas 'lying In Mradfnrd County, I-lorida.. to-wltt alrOW O.a..1 Y..u_ .
    appears burned The The North Half of Noithrnnt Quarter and .4'...
    in the Union. Ti,rpiiB Springs I been at least partially distrustful of entirely away moth-I' Soulheaat Quarter of Northiavt Quarter and '

    chipped more than $l,00'LO'lrvrrth' ( i ii in I banks, lost his hoarded gold, his war er returning at about nine North win t Quarter of r1auth.o.t Quarter and \..
    the morning found the baby Soiilheaiit QuarU-r of Houlliwent Quarter of .
    i 1,917. savings stamps and more than a thousand horrible Section 21. Townnhln 7 South Range CI Eaiit. moreProduce vs
    dollars in cash. condition. Help was sum- j I containing L'dll ace... more or I.... Ale the '
    moned and Dr. T. C. :McGuire (called Southwent Quaiter of Kouthrant Quarter and
    The Warnell Lumber 4 &** Co., but the baby died at about two o'clockin hunt Half of M.iulhi'HHt Uimrlrr of Section. 21, l'
    of Plant City has purchue the afternoon. 120 acre, mole or li... Al 1.0 th. more---
    0 of
    000, from the Blue and uJjtffch: interests the fact that Florida was inhaba- Quarter of 8outhwc Quarter. and Went Half I..

    a tract of appnxilpi my 13- ted in prehistoric time by gigantic of Huuthvaiit Quarter and Nurthvaiit Quarter of '
    It is the custom the Greek Houthcaiit Quarter of, 22.
    Townnhlp 7
    animals among
    acres in HillRboroufh I'asco are now extint. Frederick
    pn South. Range 21 ...1. Save
    I divers Tarpon containing 160 aero., more-
    sponge sailing from
    counties! Burlinghum, who is inthe state more or l<.. Also the Kant three-quartera ;, ,.
    'making motion pictures of wild animal Springs to have the blessing of the of F..., Half of Koulhr.M Quarter of Section ,

    Dashing from bohld B, mother life, made the discoveiy. His par- church in their effort, so the priestin 2M.taining! lownnhl 6U )., .7.....South. more llanue or !<..21.. 1a.t.:Also eon.the
    full regalia of biillant!/ robes and Nolthwenl Quarter of But we can't continue increasing
    dRjn off |ty found remains of an animal believed Siiutliraiit Quarter of .
    he had -
    with whom a
    JUK I Section 20. 'lownnhlp 7
    lace, boards the boat just before sailing South Kanito 21 .:.o.t.
    street car,. Leo II. & etffJr.I ] was to be a diiiosaurus in the Ocklawa- and containing, to acrea, more or !b... Abe the production unless we continue
    Oei&J ha jungle. and surrounded by the crew Northwiiit Quarter of Nnrthvaiit Quarter and
    knocked down by an ; car on their friends and families who have North Hair of Northwent Quarter of Section our't
    Highland aver:, Tampa come godspeed,
    / goes
    lady. The injuries sutjitjft.. resultedin Wednesday night file broke out in 120 ncm, more or I... Aho the ,
    through the of blessing the South Half of
    the ceremony Northwwt Quarter and West
    death. chee.receiving hospital at Chattuhoo- boat. The prayro are conducted bykneeling Half of Northwmt Uiiarler of Southeant Quar. The farms mines and factories cannot < ...... '
    At the time the regular weekly ter or Section 17. 'Jownnhlp" 7 South Kang
    moving picture were being shown and and kin' *pig the deck, in XI ";..1. containing lll( acn. more or I...... increase their beyond the capacity
    C. L. Williams icceieiw* the dufunct Also I the following divcrlliod output '
    most '
    most of the cases a ver insanitary perform.'rly| lying ,' -it
    patients and ,
    employeswere and lielng In the rt.
    County of
    Heard national an has announced in attendance. When the alarm ance. This ceii'Diifiy(' is held on near of Marina, ticwll. The Kmitheant Alnchua and Quarterof State of the railroads to haul their products. ; ,

    that he i is reiiyfl) pay the was given ly every diving bifct, before the crew North.a Quarter of Section. S 2. Townithlp 14"11/. ,
    fifth dividend of 10 eft a the de every one moved out in or- will risk a trip oi/hfer, and must be 7 South Jtange II Emit, containing 40 acrea, '\
    der and no excitement, owing to the more or Ion*. Aliio the Went Half of Kant Railroads are now near the peak of theircarrying
    positors. This will mat 1 tal of 80 repeated before, th cruise. half and fractional' part of Went half of
    training in the fire drills./ In ten min .
    cent since th iver was Section Townnhlp 7 South Kange 21 fcaat; 1
    per pay utes from the time the fire was discovered Dontaining 400 More, more or ..... capacity. %
    appointed. | every patient in that building Mr. R. I. Pot!/r, of Atlanta, Ga., J. M. ALVAKPK:
    who his inters his farm J. W, A ANIIKKVVS; JK.,
    [ had been transferred. spends on K. A. WEIRS Without railroad expansion-more en-
    The boys in the Fl
    School for Boys at Maa! | |j were remembered Troy A. Ferrell, a prominent citizen: record with hi Aiigh power Winches '*. V.ComplalnanU LONG, Solicitor. 1-2-Et-l-ilO. Fines, more cars, more tracks, more terminals .
    by student, Iihe Duval ter automatic: fle on last Saturday .
    with I Christmas Wednesdaywhen --there can be little increase in .
    High School a he was thrown from a motor afternoon. BI! Totter discovered a : I \ \

    box containing a pe< I gift for truck and run over by the vehicle. lie rabbit playing) /in his range grove production.But I", 1,
    each of the white boys il [sand several was standing with his daughters in and deciding t> shoot'the animal, he f I '
    other gifts for theif. ft'| ody. i'it he house and securedhis
    the of stepped '
    tear the truck and when a curvewas this
    of is
    | reached the children lost their rifle. 0-tJiis return a hawk flew oooroMT country ours going to ,:, '. .
    C. E. Stewart manaji,.] f' 'e Flor. and perchc fhimself on a limb of T 47
    balance. In his I the railroads
    attempt to draw them OffOfCCALCO keep right on wing-and .:
    ida Citrus Exchange il at the ? ,
    Jf back Mr. Ferrell lost his own balance an orange!!! Tee and instantly the "

    shipment of green anci m Ire oranges and all were thrown from the car. Mr. thought >"-i! red to Mr. Potter to must grow with it. :

    and grapefruit i] 'Ir has Feirell struck tree him kill both >.wk and rabbit with one TINS ONLY
    a throwing
    cost Florida $1,600,000. v. grower beneath the truck which ran over his nhot. <;i..! ng in range with the bird To command in the investment markets I''
    in the state suffer wl I IeI' he chest. and ruM.) /Mr. Potter filed and the

    shipped green fruit or .I bullet II",J" unerring accuracy penetrated MAXWELL HOUSE the flow of new capital to expand railroad :jJ

    Frances Webb, aged 2, daughter of t tS body of hawk. and lubbit. "
    facilities and increase
    I -
    -Cuba productionthere -
    Cigar makers in thcTdn '4- COFFEEDAVIS so 'e
    Mrs. Ella
    Doschasky, a widow was .. I
    factory in Dade City arw If fife burned to death in a fire which destroyed ,T*. I m must be public confidence in the ..... ::;
    sixteen hours a Hi' upply ; .t
    teen to ? their home late Saturday 'IU Neighbor'* Burden.If 'or .

    the demand for cigars. "ht ty of night in Tampa. Another daughter i ttle fairy should appear und future earning power of railroads. .,, I ':

    cigars madlY at Dade good Buffeted! probably fatal bums and is make I dbJe the load every mortal carries

    have been commend I ,erts now in the hospital. Four other children Roe startling discoveries would The nation's business; can crow only as '

    in the trade. q, were rescued by neighbors who result and our H.Mnintil] ) anti charity r

    1, went to their aid. The remains of l.rtlen.. -New York i\-iijnir: Simisbltual fast as the railroads grow. J-
    Seven bodies of drowncie yire I
    Babv France, were gathered tin' nut ,
    being looked for along tielf Coast of the h" Constipation Cured Eat. 1886
    embers after the house aid Agency
    and it is believed they finally\ ) In 14 to 21 Day ;

    come ashore at Mullet Kejln Addition burned down. "LA.'FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- fJb d.ver.IMcm nt l1 putt died hy the . il / : .

    to the three men romrt pade prf-ed Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual INSURANCESTARKE x
    '' Deputy Sheriff Bob Baker had received i
    who were lost when their ich, was Ouiipation., It relieves promptly butBtrd c:5Wockdi..Oftq D< swamped Sunday night, e :?were a tip that two automobiles loaded i. be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days '
    who drowned with liquor' were passing throug'h. toiJuce regular action it Stimulates and \ .
    four Greek spongers v this county. lIe sent two deputies .n'.: )g:diates. Very Pleasant to Take.' ilk!

    in the Gulf Sunday nigl % purusuit and they awaited the liquor r- prattle.g .
    : Thou desiring informmtian ning (A rtntraait ,. rt

    Undoubtedly one of thE's r cold',runners. on the Stuart bridge. Aloni MASTER'S SALEotto ution ..f attain liIPr.,.,. ay wntinf It tki At.font-. j ". '

    blooded murders for Tobbe urposes 'came a Cadillac containing a negr o U hereby given that undtir .nd by Han / Railway Ettyilint, tt Urtmlmtt., Nm Ytrk ,:
    'and a white man. The officers halt d. tiw of that certain flnal duc" of fora 't
    in the history of .Jackscle..was this ur* made and rendered IkHwrntM-T Ittth, --- I t
    car; occupants of second ca r :
    Thursday ni hien.Jno. a :t. by Honorable J. T. WILL, Judge: of thor ,'
    perpretated seeing what happened to the first ,nrhth Judicial Circuit of Bradford County LOFF1NS CASKETS t ,
    Kostoff, aged 40 years algarian, tried to back off the bridge and tun 11 lor Ida, In Chancery" in favor of K. W. I!.ym, And a full line of ] J
    was shot to death by an tiwn, ..manI irnipilainant and N. G. Hayes, defend-
    stol'l'llowing I around but got stuck in the sand. The;>'nt, the undfnlirnvd .t>coial meter will offer undertakers'
    in the former's little were placed under arrest. The Cadillac I or Mile In front of the court hone duo atI3t.rke
    the killing the murder'rledthO} 1 hud 286 bottles/ of Canadian CIu1 j riurlda. during the legal' Noun of .ale Automobile Hear,,,'. - t tr ty

    cash drawer and made huap .. I and both cars and whiskey wel'e'COt Always on hand. The best .-

    Approximately-$2.50011 and liamond of. ;cocaine 1 fis ated. Healthy Robust attention" at the to lowest telegraph price orders.Special N ; 4- HI III11jlI( . ai,.

    and morphine J. J), I'ope was instantly killed -
    ring valued at $2,000, of h latter Arcadia Wednesday when two sti. (Registered Embalmer \
    People Popular
    value the duty would hmeen approximately road I ,
    heck came together at the I. -
    $800, have UeWlff C.'JOWESStarke.
    Soto arage. One truck had "pe
    from the person and bag of/Dr. dead" and a piece of 4x4 scant g Everywhere Fia.Women
    :,toms .
    Alfonso Sanchez has, Tampa been ted un- was |paced> between the "dead" tCB: x .....,...",, =- i i
    authorities. lIe and s bother in order that the ne ... i.:
    der two smuggling! : charge ''I'One could >e pushed into the garage.Ir', I GOOD IIKAI/Ill CREATES AN:' ATTRACTIVE 1- as t -.t-'eu . 5 I IJ I' ,

    St, Pope alked between the two take !MAGNETIC: I'EII.SONALFtY I 9 9r
    $500 and and i ulfht; hold of the scantli to ''' AND WINS 'I '
    Petersburg, either lost or en: stead it. The scantling slippi. and AIIMIUA1IONIIEALTIIV :' /
    no trace can be found of Itle money Mr- 1
    the ci s came! together catchii: J j
    was lost by a negro, Bailey. and H l'
    Ho was leaving St. PetcreUnd:l break Pope, g ending: his back.body backwu PIZOPl.i) '-: HAPPIEST a >Irs

    drew out his savings froreYFirst I "
    s.$800 in : ITPTO-MANGAN: HAS PUT MANY" Here U a message to I.
    National Panic. lIe had Th.. bridge force of the S. A"1gaged !! THOUSANDS INTO THE .ultel tng women, from s x

    all and asked for it in l rlWfi''e:( beenweek during the | ttwu HEALTHY; FULL BLOOl)I. :Mrs. W. T. Price, of

    ceivinR one $.r.OO bill ant 01$100 in. the erection. of the erhead ED CLASS, Public. Ky.. "I BUttered -

    bills a :$50: bill and some m>r ones. bride rossing the railroad "ck'' two ) she writes.with "I down..". It Makes: the Whole Place ft

    -r- milet.ehmii. forth of Dude City ilia< will' How the red-blooded, en(>J' etic, '
    with weakness In
    Mr. Quinn, a Williston tend was 1 te the grade 'crossir at that I and attractive man or woman ill i envied back a and!

    in luck for Christmas. W'aday' a point nd\ is said to be th>n'y one by those who feel that it will always felt helpless and dis Look ProsperousYour

    wild turkey while flying a" country of its md in South Florida >t "lf ofa be their unfortunate lot to be j couraged. bad about 11

    decided to rest in Wionjand, cit In addition to th crossing thin pale, and weak-bodied I given; up hopes of ever homo jiainlcd with S\VI' will have a Distinctive ti tiappedranc ;

    permthis I >-d only by the hill nature of And yet why continue to envy mon being well agaIn whena an nf prosKTity.[ i
    'Wt friend Insisted I appearance '
    SALES JUMP OVER t tion of country, the', k. within and women who possess a vigorous,

    FIVE HUNDRED CENT six n, s of Dade City a Jlroad water healthy physical condition and TakeCAROUI SHERWINWILLIAMSPAmT

    t" fed and constant filled froma tractive, magnetic personality? Poor '., j

    Dr. Williams 101 Tonic I Wi '" cpigrav r on the side of nearby hill, health and lack of vitality are often ,' PREPAREDis '\:

    Demand for "Flu" Tn-eBt'" ; lion being the or force used merely the result of Impoverishedblood. ,J'I,I

    ,' in th .peration.Stl Glide's. is for people I' the right combination of paint inltl'loclil'nt5} that )have l bornprovrn '."'

    While the Influenza lUG,was PVpto-Manffan in the manufacture l I
    the Ix-st in fxprrirnce
    fifty years
    of the bodies suffer from lack of .
    vales of buries, the far'(", rop whose proper
    racing in October, 1918, of the hiylioht quality paint awl varnibhett., '
    Ake the lead blood nourishment. PeptoManjranrnrichcs
    Dr. Williams 101 Tonic Jied; over Plan' ity section wil-
    COO cent. There can lily one from w on in the iHet reports. the blood and increases the SWJ beautifies, prottt-ta and U". economical. .

    reason per for such a tremendonf esseand The and" for the lu'W berries is number of healthy red blood cells The Woman's TonicI Ik-fore painting your home get in touch with WI.'e can I- 1,

    J01 fly unlimited. )0 the express which are no necessary to carry the valuable information }house painting. !
    { that Is that Dr. W" pier give( you some! on !
    the th'was spirited proper nourishment vigorousness and began Car uL In
    treatm.Wr platf II Tuesday
    .Is 'correct : ,
    am'M'ca.8 I bidd, for the a&" offerings strength to every part of the body. a short while I saw a.
    -Flu, as" well LaGrippe as Malaria, Chill and''>;r fev I,?>rou i" E. W. \\ gins secured 4 Physicians! introduced Gude's Pep- 111111 IlIII I marked grew stronger difference.right.. i 1QUiGLEY: UJMUEI & '

    of 90) to-Mangan to the public because they RU(>('r.y CO. XI
    ers. Quinine, the enemy disease, free paying average IlJlI alone and It cured me. .
    / for-hem Ebe knew that contained the very properties
    IB of the ingent of cent quart k'4 V.1 I am stouter than I I
    germs refrigerators that are so sorely needed: to I'0
    M01* Is Walt secured t' have been in rears. #
    medicine. ] e
    this efficient ** ea as high as i.00 per quart for build up thin watery blood. For your If you Butter you can
    chemican pap
    another important for few convenience Pepto-Mangan. appreciate what It
    aB cents a prepared -
    tli Wf and ; son d as low J .
    in the tonic. It cleanses to be strong and -
    rd. The average In two forms, liquid and tablet.
    bowels of accumulated poif $tron, not to the stan 90 cents. Doth contain exactly the same medicinal well. Thousands of women NOTICE Or BTOCKHOLDER8 MEETING : NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING

    the rich blood producer, tslaldrd pric ported palwas value. give Cardul the Notice In hereby liven that the reirularannual No"ce .. hereby. given that the molar
    strength stjl1&Jand -- credit for their good meeting ot the okholder of the annual ,meeting. of the atoekholdera of the,
    It build VP P i its inning over at Insist on the genuine: Pepto-Man- health. It should help Le. rtey BtaU Dank will ha held In IU bank. Hampton Slaw Bank will be bald In its bank.In .
    vitality; and strength will vaKab 'umot/ Inl'IlnlAlbert, \ Mar. f an. To be sure you are buying the I l1 yoo. Try CardoL At aU Inv rooma In I..wter. Florida, on Tuesday. rooma In Hampton, Klaon. Tueailay.Januarr .. i
    disease. PaS ra January IS. mo at ( p. m.. to elect a 19. 11111.' at. T p. on., to elect a p
    any JBr26fl nero crazed by drink genuine Pepto-Mangan ask your druggist I ornggUtl. &-71 board of director for the ensuing year and board of dlreetora for the tnmninm year and
    and SOc bottles at I trj drug: rus. aged well known res- for "Gude's" and be sure the transact loch other bualneii' aa mar properly" tranaaet aueh other b..l.$ ... M nay property ...
    palm shot nDorm", a. come .before lbe.... >" ':
    store. Refuse all attemptO corlllunlty, and a negro, name "Gude's" la on the package. com before them. t .
    iden the A. A. FUTCH.
    J. C. BYRD.
    off substitutes., There is'ljlone John ,rns. either of whom were fcdv. --. .- i l-J-21. Cub .'.J) l-a-2t. Cubler. t,
    Dr. Williams 101 Tonic.-A-

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