Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: November 5, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Republicans Swept Into Power 4 ,

In Greatest Victory of History j

Owing to Adjournment for Election An interesting event of Tuesday Orlando Nov. S.-One colored man j
Little Done So Far afternoon, the 2(">th of October, was PRACTICALLY EVERY STATE OUTSIDE Twenty-five Negro homes Churches hanged on a tree near the Orlando
the marriage of Mr. William Kemper Lodge Burned Near Orlando Country Club, two white men killed
The fall term of the circuit court Wilder and Miss Sybil Gladys .Prefc- and one seriously wounded, four colored
for Bradford county convened at the cott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,SV"J'I,.I OF THE SOUTH---CONGRESSIONAL, Orlando, Nov. 3.-As a result of an men burned to death in a dwell-
court house in Starke Monday mornIng Prescott, at, their country home .south election day fight at Ocoee, twelve ling and most of the dwelling In th.
Judge B. A. Thrasher presiding, of Starke. GAINS GIVE REPUBLICANS WORKING MA- miles west of Orlando, when July Per. colored section of the town burned
and lion. A. V. Long attorney for the Rev. B. D. Law, pastor of the First ry, negro, carried a shotgun to the are flame of the results of a serious
state. Baptist rhurch, performed the nuptial JORITY BOTH HOUSEAND SENATE polls and insisted that he would vote race riot that occurred at Ocoee, a
Out of the venire of 36 men sum ceremony, which was witnessed 'by regardless of the fact that he had not mall\ town ten miles west of Orlando
moned for jury duty several could relatives and intimate friends of the - paid a poll tax, followed by the killing yesterday and last night
net be reached and of those who appeared contracting parties. Promptly at four in cold blood of two young white men There are more or less conflicting ,
several were (excused from o'clock Min.* Doris Law rendered on The elections Tuesday resulted in a voted a* follows: by the,lIam Perry, the situation may reports of the affair but the main "
duty. Those remaining were: J. W. the violin the wedding march from sweeping victory for the republican larding be summarized as follow: Leo Borjrard facts so far as can be gathered: from
Andrews, Jr., H. S. Moore, R. E. Par- Lohengrin, and during the ceremonny party. Not only did they elect Hard California .. ..:.._..._......... 13 of Winter Garden, and Elmer Orlando men who motored to Ocoee
rish, R. C. Heiberger, H. E. Fortner, Miss Law softly played "Love's Old ing and.Coolidge. for president and Connecticut! ? rrrt-e----:, -r-, 7 McDanielsr of Ocoee, !soldiers!! in iho! l!1s.F t f>fCht* $ 1ft! .S follow*|
Goo Fall-cloth, C. P ,H r.ey T. B. weJt'Song." The bride w.i attend Vice: president but they trained a sufficient Colorado' _. ,...+.._.,...,...... 6 world war, doudj l SairT'iSauliHbur.y: \ "
Edwards, Lacy Wynn, Jake S.. Sapp, ed as flower girl by her little niece, pumbfp of votes in nongrfist fc> Delaware ,_ .................. 8 Charles Beatty, Young Wilson, FranK J1 July, (he, faction. ; a t Ocoptj: VN-
James T. Moore, II. G. Alderman, Jus. Mary Francis King, daughter; of Mr. give them a good working majority in Illinois _. .................... 29 Robinson' John ]Inner and several terday Perry, o colored man withn
M. Conner, J. Q. Dicks J. S. Forsyth and Mrs. E. T, King of Ashburn, Ga. both houses Iowa .. .......______...___... 13 other white wounded; July Perry, negro reputation, went to the polling
T. N. Kendrick, Tom Chastain J. D. The charming little girl.wore a dainty The majorities for Harding and Idaho ... .,._._...._....__..... 4 dead, an unknown number of negroes the place to vote. He was informed by
Baxter, Geo. W. Burney, W. C. Wlit. frock of georgette with lace' trim Coolidge were so decisive that their Indiana 16 killed at the scene of the riot; judge of election that the record
ten, 20 in all. The sheriff was Instructed mings and her hair was adorned with election was conceded by the demo- Kansas .. ....................' 10 twenty-five negro houses, two negro tihowed he had not paid his poll tax: ;
to summons additional jurorsfor a large chiffon bow. |I: crats at 12 o'clock Tuesday night. As Massachusetts .. .............. 18 churches and a negro lodge destroyedby and therefore he could not bo allowedto
a full venire. The bride was lovely in a midnight shown by the following Associated Maryland __ __________....____ 8 fire; ()cnee and the Immediate section and to vote.he This greatly enraged him s
started for his home
It was decided, in order to do honor blue coat suit with hat and accessories Press dispatch from New York later Maine _. .................... <6 to the memory of the late Judge: Jae to match. Her flowers were a returns have shown this to be onejof: Michigan .. _________.___.____ 16 white men and in the woods and the he would get hit! gun and come hack ;Y 1
T. Wills, to, adjourn the court until\ shower bouquet of bride's roses and ,the greatest victories in the history Minnesota .. .................. 12 swamps intermittent firing from the and vote any. way. Returning later
Wednesday. This move was also necessary valley lilies. Mrs. Prescott, motherof of the republican party. Missouri t, .._.....__._........ 18 blacks at bay as they are being press with hi* /gun he was finally driven
on account of the general election the bride, was handsome in bfack Returns From All Over Country Show New Jersey _______.____..... 14 ed further into the woods by the enCircling I I away from home.the Several polling white place and returned
taking place on Tuesday, when Nebraska ..... 8 whites Comparative calm men then
satin and georgette. ------------ I
Drift to '
all concerned in the court matters desired Republicans Ohio __.__._.______._.__..___ 24 prevails though the air is surchargedwith went to his home to Induce him to
to vote at their several pre The house was simply but effectively The republican, landslide continuedto Oregon *. .._........._.._..... /5 I the intensity of the drama. cease hostilities and as they approached
cincts. The following bar memberswere decorated for the event. In the roll along in ever greater i proportions New Hampshire _..........._ 4 Ammunition Plentiful the house Perry opened i fire
chosen to 'draft resolutions\ of parlor the graceful pink antignon was today as belated election returns New York __.._______._...___ 45 As the negro houses blazed yesterday the party, killing Leo Dur ant and El.m !:1.j@
respect to the memory of the late used with vines and ferns, while daisies in came in. from the west. Beside electing I Pennsylvania ................ 88 morning there! was the Incessant 'r MrDantel, another young man, ? i
Judge Wills: Joe Hill Williams, A. the Bitting room yellow field Harding, it was asserted that the I Rhode Island ..____._._._____ 5 cracking and popping of shell and and seriously wounding Sam Saulls- Y,
V. Long, A. Z. Adkins, D. E. Knight, and ferns were used. The punch bowl republicans will have a large major. : Utah ________..___.._.._____ 4 cartridge, and when the church was bury, who i* now at the Orange Gen- a
A. S. Crews E. M. Johns J. E. Futch. was decorated in yellow and white and ity in both houses of congress-that fired It stated that detonations oral hospital in this city where !his
i I Vermont ..._._._...._....... 4 wan the
When the court reconvened Wednes- placed in the back hall, and was pre- in the senate in particular their pre- West resembled the of miniature wniiriilM ore being liealod. All throeof
(I,i Virginia _____..____.... 8 explosions
day the resolution mentioned was presented sided over by Mrs. F. P. Prescott, of carious majority of one, would be Washington ____............ 7 ammunition dumps on a battle these men were 1'\J lriclltJo of Game
and is published in this l issueof Bainbridge Ga. Immediately after the changed to a substantial working majority I Wisconsin ? ..........--....... 13 front. It Is declared that between COO; and "x-.trvlce man and I S.iulipbury\ pl
the Telegraph. The matter of ceremony an informal reception took Wyoming .............-3 and 1,000 rounds of ammunition exploded was for several months chief, of p..l-ro ",
swearing in the grand jury was then place, and a delicious' salad course. was Congressional returns from many in the church and in Perry's of Orlando. After the shouting gen.

taken up and the following were served. states were slow, as' were indeed, the I Total ---.-----.....--_-_... 359 house where the congregated and des. oral alarm was sent to Orlando and
qualified: : Perry Dover, foreman, T, Amid a shower of rice and good vote for president., But on the basis Com perate blacks fought: like demon. dozens of cars loaded with' officers
G. Clark, W. II. Green, Jas. T.. Moore, wishes Mr.. and Mrs. Wilder left .for of actual returns at hand and indications Examination of the debris of the destroyed i and citizen motored to tho scene of
C. P. Hersey, James M. Conner, R. an extended wedding trip and after from partial returns coming in Alabama t .._._.............. 12 l negro houses revealed numerous the trouble Sheriff Gordon and Chiefof
A. Newsom, J. D. Baxter, S. C. Crews, the tenth of this month they will be it seemed Harding would have not j 1 i Arkansas ..._............... 9 fire arms of large and small I Police VIR tel arrested Perry and '
Lacy J. Wynn, R. C. Heiberger: P. A. at home to their friends in Orlando, less than 330 votes in the electoral I I Florida, -. --.-.----....--....- 6 calibre. lodged, him In tho county jail in this
Crosby, Henry Brown J. E. Adkins, on Church street Mr. Wilder is the college: with a possibility of more j Georgia ?..._..._........._. 14 Burned to Death city for safekeeping. During the ear-
T. B. Edwards, J. W. Andrews, Jr., T. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilder, of than 360, while all that could be count I Kentucky _._..._._......... 13 A gruesome cremation scene was I ly morning hour a crowd of men attacked
N. Kendrick, Brady Thomas. Orlando, and is a young man of fine cd in the Cox column were the 127 j t Louisiana ..._._.....__......' 10 exposed in all its frightfulness as the the jail and secured the primmer {
At the time of this writing: (Thurs business ability, being a contractorand votes from the solid South Unless Mississippi _.___...____..__.. 10 morning sun peeped over the smoke and hanged him to a tree In the
day morning) no true bill has :yet builder in that enterprising little some sudden change were to appear North Carolina .._._.__._.... 12 laden battle field. One scene showed road near the country club.
bene turned in. The most exacting city. The bride is a charming it seemed that the returns were make I South Carolina ..........-... 9 two charred bodies of negroes who During the night a general confingaration -
work of the jury will be the case of young lady, very popular with the ing good the republican prediction Texas _.._......._._.....:.... 20 fought to the last, one negro woman was started in the colored 1
Cliff Douglass, -aa principal, and Wil- younger set, and has many friends as that Cox would not carry a westernor I Virginia ....__.....___.___.. 12 In. known to have been killed. No children section of Ocoee and many of the {
lie Dicks as accessory, in the killing: was shown by the beautiful cut glass a northern state.' were victims. The situation i III houses were burned. In one house
Total ....__.._._.._.___._. 127
of Roswell Dennison on the night of and silver wedding presents receivedby In many of Its aspects the election I in the hand reliable citizens, ex- hero were four colored mon who refused -
August: 20, 1920. This case has cre- the young couple. wasvery unusual. It developed what Still in Doubt .e service men and home guards, and no to leave the burning building,
ated much interest on account of the ,Among the wedding guests were: may turn out to be the greatest republican Arizona .................... 3 Further trouble is anticipated. It was until it was neatly consumed. When
youth and previous good standing of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King:, and little victory of party history. Montana .........-........... 4 the first race riot in the 'history of they finally attempted to leave they
the accused. daughter, Mary Frances, of Ashburn, Both the democratic candidate and his Nevada ..................... 3 Orange county. One negro woman were overcome by the flames and all
It is thought the work of the court Ga., Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Prescott and Chief; managers conceded defeat before New Mexico '. .__............. 3 discovered under the hay In a white of them burned to death It Is be- '+
cannot be completed this week but Guy Prescott, of Bainbridge, Ga., R. enough return actually were in I North Dakota ..._..._._..... 6 man's barn was allowed to proceed lieved several other negroes were y f
will be extended over a portion of L. Prescott and family of Valdosta, to show'it in figures. With the election Oklahoma ..__.......___.._._ 10 upon her way after she testified that burned to death' but at this writing
next week. In our next issue of the Ga., Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilder, of went what President Wilson char, South Dakota ....._..___..... 5 the Perry shack won filled with sevenor the facts are not known.
Telegraph we will give a full account Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Wynn, acterized as a "solemn referendum"on Tennessee .........,...?._._. 12 eight: negroes and heavily armed, Thecolored people of Ocoeo had evl. i
of the proceedings. Mr. and Mrs. Loaston Wynn, Mr And the,league of nations issue and it -- awaiting the approach of the white dently been preparing for the trou. ,
Mrs. W. T. Gill, Mr and Mrs. J. W. may be said that if the electorate regarded I Total __________.___._...__ 45 men who came after Perry who had ble as quite a large amount of ammu-
STATE GEOLOGIST MAKES RE- Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews their votes as an expression I Necessary to elect, 256.I ( started the tragedy by carrying a gun nition was stored in one of the church
PORT ON FLORIDA OIL FIND Sr., Powell Carpenter and Harold on that question they registered a to the polls. buildings and when the church was
Wall. preference for Harding, who declaredfor I I I THE!: ELECTION IN FLORIDA Upon the white ,sand in the rear of burned this was exploded but without
"Oil Well" was Leak from College staying out of the league of nation I I the I'erry shack were bloodstain serious consequences to the crowds
Sewer and Mostly Floor Oil HARDING CELEBRATES GREAT as against Cox, who declared for Democratic Nominees, Itolh State and where the two white boys had lain for that had assembled. During the trou. y
EST BIRTHDAY OF HIS LIFE "going in" with a landslide which exceeded I I I County, Elected some time after having been killed by ble a white man, John Itanner, was
Tallahassee, Oct. SO.-State geologist the expectations of the most. close and direct rifle and shotgun fire wounded in the back but not> seriously
: Herman Gunter has taken samples Marion, Ohio, Nov. 2.-Warren enthusiastic republicans. Bonding Amendment Probably Defeated both boys being frightfully wounded.Al Injured. Mr Banner I Is a resident of
from the supposed discovery of G. Harding tonight had the greatest Everywhere the shift toward the re. I << Iday long hundreds of curious visitor Orlando,
oat DcFuniak Springs and has filed > birthday party of his life. went to the hattlo-scarred shambles The last reports from Ococe were t
;1\ the office of the comptroller a num- | Surrounded by members of his family states publican which column went was to the heavy.democratic Many Florida remains solidly in the demo and carried away souvenir suchas that matter had quieted down but
ber of samples giving the various and a circle of neighbors: and per. strength when Wilson defeated ocratic column. In the election Tuesday twisted fire arms, axes nnd cartridges buildings were tttlll burning. There
stages of the oil found in the sanis |I I sonal frienda, he received quietly at Hughes in the sensational election of tho party nominees throughout One visitor was observed cur. was talk of a company of ex-service
of the seep, and has accounted for the i i his home here the tribute of th mil- 1916 returned to the republican column the state were elected, though in a tying away two puppies found aroundone amen going: from Orlando this morning
presence of oil in that vicinity. i lions who had voted to present him ,in the balloting Tuesday. I, number of counties independent candidates of the burning buildings.Orlando : to preserve order and secure safety 1
The school at DeFuniak Springs( I ion his fifty-fifth anniversary with the for some of the county offices to the citizens.Ocoeo ,
known as Palmer college: uses certain < presidency of the United Slates. Going republican for the second showed considerable strength. Nov. 3.-Tlie Intent reports I is a small town with only a ,
floor oils and furniture polish] as well I I The smile of confidence he has worn time in its history was the trend of I The constitutional amendment providing from Ocoeo where the race riot few hundred population. It has lIe.I ,-
an it disinfectant and a liquid soap in ;! for wet'ks broadened as he read the Boston; New York gave Harding an for a state bond Issue for occurred last evening, nays that alarl'o I end stores and a bank and has increased r
its lavatories. It learned .. early returns and unheard of majority and ratio of 2 I I number materially in population dur- i iI
was conclusively began to receive a building roads appears to have been of colored men, who
that the janitor of the college -I flood of congratulatory messages! hailing to 1 In many states give indication I| defeated, though: the returns are by were active in the shooting, arc hiding I )hIll the past few years, being the cen- ,,
bud recently poured into the sewer him as president-elect. of the proportions of the republicanslide no means complete an the TelegraphI in wood and swamps near the I''ter of a splendid citrus growing IIecI ,
about a half barrel of the above. I He deferred any formal comment, which took from the democratic I I I goes to press. town. Officers and citizens have surrounded -|I tlon. There i Is so much talk and ex-
y named ingredients. Investigation developed however, until the result should have candidate everything but the solid -- them and it Is expected that I Icitcment In Orlando about the rioting
that the mouth of the sewer > been established! : beyond all doubt. South. :! NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS in time they will all be arrested. Mono I that election! returns have only sec-
was stopped up, and that the seepage During the day he outwardly had I Hours after the national balloting :I I Norman l is the name of the colored I I ondary consideration. Hundred of
was discovered several feet above the concerned himself very little with the I began it was apparent that the official! 'The 1920 tax books are now open''!''man' who not having paid his poll tax !I'1 young men armed with revolvers and
mouth of the sewer. Whereupon, a pending national decision With Mrs results would not be known before an- for the payment of taxes. If and the judges: of the election refusing shotgun motored to Ocoee during the
trench was dug along the line of the Harding he voted during the morning other day, but the Indications for a''' ient to pay during November, conven.1|I to allow him to vote, started home I'night but the larger portion of them
ewer, back to the seepage, and there rand then made off for a forty mile republican victory were unmistakable. get a discount of 2 per cent. i l i i for his gun saying he would vote anyway '1 returned during the early hours of
a hole in the sewer pipe was discovered 'I automobile ride. The unofficial results presaged a !I j Pay now, save your discount. Also lie Is supposed to have done today.
The state geologist filed ten sara. Returns collected by the Associated larger majority in the electoral col- j j you few who have not secured your j I I some of the shooting, but_has not yet | It Is the first "serious race trouble
PIPS, as an exhibit in the comptroller's i Press were delivered to the senator in lege for Sen. Harding and his running occupational license, will please do 'been captured. It Is thought\ he is In that i has ever occurred in Orange
omce and perhaps the most convincing ,I I his home during the evening from the mate, Gov. Coolidge of Massachusetts so at once. ,the woods with other colored men. It 1 county and i il thought the sheriff and
sample to prove that the presence of ,,I special leased wire which has been installed than at any time since 1886, except ,, r Respectfully, is reported that two colored women other officials will be able. to overcome -
18 on there Is not due to natural causes, '' within a hundred feet of his alone the vote of 435 for President : E. W. HAYES, I perished in the can agaration. A negro any further trouble.
1 the sample of sand taken from the 1 I I front porch since the campaign began. Wilson in 1912, during the republican i: Tax Collector. boy has given the name of thirty I During the first trouble at Perry' :,
' ground a few feet below the surface :(, He scanned the presidential congressional split I i --- A-, -- sir!". colored men who were in the houR. house many shots were exchanged, and
.4 o the seepage. This said la abm returns with show The republican congressional swing Perry wounded while two white
an equal of THERESSA RURAL ROUTE r* from which the shot were fired. was
itt lutely< dry and has the appearance of interest, for he has asked the people was as strong, majorities in both the I I'j Henry S. Pates, a negro school teacher men were killed. The whole trouble
having never come in contact with tie repeatedly for a republican congress senate and the house being markedup. j 1 Beginning last Monday the citizen I in said to have fired the shot which seems to have started because Perry
j' pies much coveted fluid. One of the sarn- to put the party's legislative programon Early today victory for virtuallyall living along the Melrose road, and in ( killed one of the white men. insisted on voting when the record
I is a small vial of a well known the statute books. 15 republican senators for reelection tho territory adjacent to this highway Orange picking was' under way In showed he had. not paid hi. poll tax.
n commercial polish another bottle con"ins While the senator was at dinner latein was spelled ,by return while a will have the advantage of free mail I and. around Ocoeo, but the work has .
other a dark colored another the evening committee of the half dozen of the 19 democratic candi. delivery three time a week. The mail come to a sudden standstill for the G. W. Alderman, the newly ,elected
contains liquid soap, employes of the Marion Star, his dates were battling against republicanleads. for the new rout. wil Heave Starke I reason that many of the pickers were circuit court clerk, was a visitor to
ti, contains gredients a mixture of the other in- newspaper, called to present him witha. Monday, Wednesday and Friday of among the men who are now hidingin Starke during court week.J .
the ; and the Interesting part of gold printers' make-up rule, and he each week. the woods. There is a scarcity of
i investigation! !: I.,th&t. all of then came out on the front porch and with How the State Stood The new route goes as far south as fruit pickers and it may be several L Harrell, one of Lawtey's prom
llu spot sU".ncea fn were taken from the carne his voice choking with emotion, As the Telegraph goes to press the Theresa and as far east as M. .W. days before the work.will\ be resumed.No inent citizens, was a business, vlxtlor ..
the ground thanked them for their devotion. lateat return show that the states Lee's place on Sand Hill lake.> : further Immediate trouble i Is anti. to Starke Monday.'H

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: f ho"t- nT5"5Iannrter'Vi"Tn\'IT5iI"T; Pro rnWrt rn promptly forgot; them. In the sincerityof WIDESPREAD ::
Ion Had come
er staying 110 : ; "Wfiy are yon leaving Are yon their care, he sent to Mm In hi* vll- I the simple message. And All the INTEREST i ,

In search of her: 'I might Keens'odd never:have flisatlsflod'! I III JTB home, to Tllt: .nnd ,to make her. (, two men sat litter, In the comfortable (FLORIDA STATE FAIR
found again It too
I that I you should hnvp visited! tier now" T' have ben perfectly Kntl fi<'d tintil future choice between" them | room of a small cottage. Harding qnes-

thl* evening. There Is only one James Harding smiled l cynically, fill ;, tinned abruptly t-onepmlng tlc plrl. Request for Premium Lists Bel .
NpMMERM/t the of the Lord are "
wonderful"Truly spoke ways the little old. lady l>ersoti I'd rather work for thnn yon"Then be rude 1 through the> street of Hill-I: "A woman sexton." he added smiling ; Received from Many States *
BOND she walked straight over to nllland crest at thin proportion.fio "I "
not always
"Ills are
devoutly. ways added "It Is tny husband." .Tame flardlng entered tIP, unfamlllnr | > Jacksonville
i We will use it our way I shan't hurt- many more The worn fine of the minister Fla.-The 1920 .
Well If we three weren't. linpp.v.Then tlclnlly of a t-buich pre
entry rtalum
: Hit of the
ears kit to me to tnke care of this seemed Illumined by some Inner glow, f Florida State
) Fair
for job ofpprVTTTKTft the doorbell l njt-It was lit" end then' Hloml there In silent surprffee and Exposition which
your precious grave, but 1 know now that "M)' deughtew-rings the church hells" will be
''', 'laged
.wife nnd the table was not ('I"IIN'd.ll't'nt For It wn" n girl who tolled the swayIng ,' 'here November 18 to
found hspiilnenshere I. "hut 1 better 27, will
> you two who have he replied 1l1I.-.fltI.d be oft
/// I \ to the door to meet her and bell her white arms drawingrhythmically the >
; press August 1, and
will never for;et It. cull her piiBtor. !'t-st-ud of -.exton unless show
In the hull I Bald : nt, lli rough a.
rones.Ami proximately "0.(100
Tenderly they Inied, the sweet old jou'd call her an angel of IIlht- in premium _
meeting wont off! well. It was the npriits fare of the substantial I
"Hope your i Increase
soul who hod not i J\rJ/otlt.n. Ami no, nil she Is You see. Bessie "'rll'>' |nv over the cUb:
rather bad) for here, girl. In nil Its appealing loveliness, '
for I've news you ; value of premium
on Memorial day- -I hilt .I..r.l bitter- sermons In her own telling n ny. My last ysu
,' which" held him silt nt and
the niHld's' lei lnir. wondering. Already"
sweet time when) the. world pauses to memory Is gone for study so Itesslestodies many request for eonli
":-Iw'; li-uvlng/ I'm glad of It. Now Flue turned prewntly to him of tbe premium
r dream of departed "perfect days" with give a 1 i I for me. The eople are satis- list are being received
their. haunting "memories that bless I'll have an "XI'IIMP to clay away from frank smile of "greeting, then closing fled with our nrrniiLcinent they-love .t the headuarirs of the fair In thy

;; and burn"-Jonn and Jim started life tnrrtings" said my wife, and then she the door upon her bell rope cam to I us both. Bessie visit their sick ; she city. These request, which are COlD

anew, bright! with promise and hope. added "I'm hungry; something' 1111I1'1111t..rrlbly watt his' message. doe all those thliits which I long to Ing from all point In Florida, M well

MEMORY DAYBy good. One glance at hliUHelf and at the I do--and cannot. I'm an old man now ft* neighboring and far distant *..tlll.

I "If beef stew" said I. unaccustomed elegance/ of his oar and broken. I will can Bessie. Shewill Indicate a widespread interest In n0K

MAN AND A MAID seemed to tell her that he would have he anxious to bate' you stop
MARY M'DONOUQH. I a message. Harding gate It. I for the night. will eclipse all past fair, held inUto. the

.' THE BELL RINGER "Mr. Robert will he here' In halfan And as the three sat together on .

HHI!:: :S =:BSU: : ':1JaHlJflll: By ETHEL I. STETSON hour" she answered him. "Perhaps the cottage porch with the scent of lilacs The distant ta.tei from which then
(A: lace, kjr ..oc...... N.wye.r Yyadrart..' request hare been received
'you would luclnd.
I I like to wait In the vestry. I I about thorn and the monllght shin-

i The girl with the dreamy Had eyes 2 By AGNES G. BROGAN. I II I And us .)Jor found hr way to the little crave to Mb 1110, bjr MoClur N..p..r Hyndlcu' .. that It might be Interesting to climb I Harding knew" that the girl bad made Kansas Indiana Illinois TeBneMw!

tale sleepy churchyard far u"' *y from Iliad just cloned'' up for the duty the teeming city. and 14,1> Itsy. bx' Moriuni. Na...p.p.r *yn was walking leisurely up &llIlu.tre..t beyond hanging bell ropes lie even lyspplnes' might the District of Columbia and .
I Sh. laid her offering of flower as when I met Hill Kingston. Bill The man of dl"lInJO\lllIhPd< appearance might be able from the platform of the be ( Island of Guam. even far

th. mound and then sat beside It) Is the fuifMt fellow I know. He saw In the Inclosed our looked Inquiringly tiny tower to obtain a view of the i, away

dreaming dream. of another mound In me first but didn't Sieak. I stepped from right to left a* he drove'up surrounding country So It'a.* witha I I mlum All soon I will as off be tbe press the pr..
llt placed la
: theBOYS'
1 Flanders-perhaps uncared for per- over and grabbed; him and said the tillage' street. He had |irom-' long-forgotten sense of adventure ., mal1t,

i papa unnoticed ; dreaming dreams ol "Kill hate' you been lu this town Iced his father to seek out during his that he ascended the ladder-stair. And ('

rw other and happier May tliuea, when all day without showing up at my travels u certain iiilnlslerlal friend, there at the top In n little dimly attic AND GIRLS' PIG AND

life seemed lone-tinted cud lowing, place7" whose pronilNltig career burl ended In sort of resting plate Hat the girl. CORN CLUBS WILL HAVE

with jirntnlHe., I, "Yea. "Frank I came In this morn till* Insignificant and hidden. corner Her dnrk eyes widened all she saw ,I SPLENDID FAIR EXHIBIT.
A Iii II.. od: lady shriveled and fa "
ing. of the world. him then again came her understanding II
ferine, her akin brown and wrinkled I was about to nay ""WI'II. you're' aright The limn of business hnd almost forgotten smile.. I Jacksonville, Fla.-An Interesting

with the jeurH broke lu upon her rev subject for a nut house," hut by his promise, until the "IU11crest" : . "You'll have to cllmh up the srnnll- well as an encouraging feature of tbi

arise She seemed. .urprl ed to dud this time I could sec that he was In sign on weather-beaten tatlon er ladder to get Into the tower" 1920 state fair here November 18 to 27.

another grieving: at her shrine Burprlsed some kind of trouble, (I halo IIhP.1 will be a remarkable demonstration ol
e to Bee reminded\ him of his father's!\ re directed : hut !he paused, wondering!
to find the lovely reinembraiict! old Kill In trouble.) quest.) It was here I that Kevereml fluId the studlike appearance of the tiny he work being done In Florida by the1Io.e'

4 of flowers. She brushed! uu aged hand "You're"going lu the ;wrong direction < Robert bad come In 111 JieglUti And loft A wooden box used as o desk and girl' pig clubs

'w ....,.." .,. '...era** tor Canefeead.: M U trying to ...- man".'I tried to fare him about dl8ourll.t to m k. bU Home.Juine was MttewiJ .'! scribbled ''.pat" '. The 1920>> exblbit are expected kpverahadow

seemlier ttx imwrt-fncrd .ranger. but he seemed. disinclined to home jMt year's 4J,* yr A
go Harding'! ttMtrr tnd avid flhtihbjr pile of hook lay heaped. 'pon
"Are you Margaret Ityan's grand. with me. flere was trouble Indeed. Roberts hud been classmates togetherat the floor. 'least 100 per eetrt. ''?his -work Is la

da lighter" Bill always made home his headquarters 'c'r Charge of R. W. Blacklock of the Af.
; my the old university. Duvkl's first The hurt ray of daylight\ filteringdown
The girl' roa und took the old rlculture College.
( lacly'iband Gainesville
when he who
came to our town on charge had quickly led to
'L a greater/ from above made A halo) of the
In tier
there will
states probably be
a business
trips. and still greater (pastorate until It became girl's hnlr a* she knelt before tIe Careless more
"I'm Joan Mylesalie answered i than 100 registered pig exhibited
"What Is It, old man? I asked. by
fashionable to be numbered wooden I> with that look In '
OT. rapt
with her wonderful half-Bud smile,, the young folk at the
"The approaching
"und thing I 1..arNl-lt'lI finally among the throngs who went to hear her eyes-*.he was to James Hardingsome With bit
I tame from the I Money vent
city. spent au
come, Frank wife hal
u o vacation here My gone awayleft Ms brilliant ftddrcwies., Then quickly fair saint nt her devotion. And
last full. I've always a
.. nip came nervous breakdown and-failure. though he might not understand what
liked to /
wander alone through church' Few careless with actual
\ "Our home has been like a machine Weakly recovered David hud lost Ills. It was that held her, absorbed a* he I men are
yards end 1 CRane ncronH this tolntNatone run by unworn hands, no friction to be hold, upon men. Some blamed thla to had first deen'her. he lifted his hat In cash, but many men do not stop ,Unhappy 'In Friendship.

It-It seemed mystically deut sure, but lifeless soulless, with wealth his own loss of confidence In. human apology and went back down the stair to think that the checks and notes Many people expect too muoh trOll
to me became-It-bore the name ol the which fed needed *I. I and their friends.
power It nature. He sat smiling during the service, to they give out represent money They muy themselveshe
the man I was to marry He-he tell the touch of a woman' hand and The theologian had loved and married which his father's old friend begged' that fraudulent alteration of a so thoroughly genuine and sincere

on Flanders fields The date on the Marlon didn't give It, She got bored( him I check mean a serious loss. that they expert all their friends to tn
tone a young society woman whose to remain, at the unaccustomed ]1 may
' .' was so long ago I thought 1'1'halla' to death-I got bored to death so weagreed adirilratlon the sonic, und vthcu they discover
only for work was Incident of thin evening. Protect
; I yourself by using
, paper
no one remembered and since I ,
\ to live npurt indefinitely its exhibition of And with his little faults hi their Idol they feel th.dl..ppolntOl..1 .
could not go to my own beloved'. restIng power. A strange new Interest possessedhim
now need moat Do
you something rood acutely. not
necessary acceptance of humbler fields to again and hear about, thelovely I
I see
place thought I could alteration-
seem nearer
to eat said I, and tried to pull him the society wife left him to return toher pitch your: standard too high then you
to him perplexing crt'ature"'ll'ho8way.d
this young
f on memory day It 1 along. are less likely to have your idol shat
people. David
4 came out here/where So thereafter went church bells and wrote In a
his name was. "Can't do It Paper. We tell tered. to remember
Frank he said "Can't from can you more Try that friends
Hut the little charge to charge alone and It tower. Rut as the man nt great affairslistened ,
lady wan thinking stand It right now to go Into a real was not until the death of Elizabeth about it and show you how we will never dlsuplMtlnt us If we observe
I of her : to the old minister' trembling
own lover-husband who had home and see your wife all done up Robert that hethat : can protect your cash,your checks, two simple rules : (1) to find out
I fought In the Civil and who many year later words he was Impressed by the hreath-
war was In a big apron frying! fritters for notes, drafts and receipts. I what they are; (2) to expect them t Ie
.till a young, handsome lad to her you." :totg-l1yi. 'lkL >7spL.! asking! leas" attention of bU henries\ .then >..> Just that

f MAh. that's It," she breathed, "It "My wife won't he home till along ..

f makes term seem nearer My folks toward midnight-big suffrage mooting -
I' < dinner speeches, etc. You and -
;, grieving still, but the poet spoke. truly I'll be all to ourselves"
when he said
o : Considering hot Hill came along
1 N.. , The heart that' ha* truly loved naves with me. The home windows were

forget. alight and when I opened the' front
Y But a* truly love on to the end,' door something wmelled mighty good.(

and I never have forgotten during all Rill started back.

the years;" "Your wife has returned. I must Fords

And MO they stayed, there for long go Frank Your domestic happiness or%

U 1. hour Unit Hew by on wlngn, while Is going to unnerve me tonight.
11 they talked little
a and dreamed.At "Domestic happiness nothing"
lust the grounds became desert "Bill, you've been .mighty carefulto
i.. ed. A flaming, riotous minuet hung itsexquisite
conceal your Ideas about a real TRADe MARKA
picture over distant hill endreflected home from your wife for fear you'd '

.t Itself III the shimmering Mer- hurt her feelings ; well, how do you
rlinue. With a start the girl arose know that she hasn't been concealingthat

I, ;; aloe,"If very late. You must be faint'" same thing from you for the some Ford son Tractor/ the farm meant more prosperity for the farmer. It doesn't make any difference how you
st said "Let me help you to
\ .1. home Iliad no Idea we were here your so reason T'That spell that prosperity-whether it is increased production; whether it i ie in,the sating that comes from a machine over a
was a new thought to Dill ind
long Hut somehow thee visit listetrnngely It deemed to give him a good deal of horse or a mule; whetherit comes in a release from the drudgery and all-day and all-night labor on the farm for both

touched Die. I seem more courage so that we went In to dinnerIn man and wife-became the Fordion answers all those problems to the satisfaction of the farmer.It .
hopeful ; my cross seems easier to bear pretty good spirits. Before we suit

,. I'erhttpH" down I went to the pantry and said can't be otherwise. These are the days of progress, and power on the farm it the necessity. It is only a question

9 lisle Then and she started. Hue grew deathly to our new maid : of what kind of power the farmer i is going to have, but no farmer with facts now before him can question the monetary
trembled from head
to foot
"I don't
for straight In front of her was the dinner but know serve some what of you've thane got doughnuts for advantage o machine power over horse or mule-power. The Tractor is the farmer's necessity just as much as the sun
:; Image of her sweetheart. A piercingticrenm anywny. My guest' thinks there'snothing is the necessity for growing crops.
find she fell forwurd In a dead like
doughnut, and If
faint happen to have made> any beef stew you, All that is necessary for a farmer is to know his Fordion Tractor familiarly as he understands handling a .teamof

When she regained, consciousness, while my wife was away, give us some horses. He wants te use the samo amount of reason and common sense. In the Fordion Tractor is the concentrated

fine found herself In his arms, with of that too; he's especially fond( of It." of horses flexible the of arm-much
c \ the little old lady whom he ad.lreMM.Cjr A* I've Bald Bill's spirit Im power eighteen as movement your mere flexible than horse control.-and beyondall

r "Gniiiiliiiothrr," bunding clone. Th proved but I could think of were nothingto << comparison much more economical both in service and in keep. Then it will do so many things that horses and

words of "Antonio" In an old poem account for |hiM) unusual behavior mules cannot do, and it doesn't eat when idle.

t came to her thoughts! ; during our dinner He wn unnatiirnl,

"Oh ghost or spirit, of my burled love I II In a state of snppreMNtMl and, wlint We don't beleive there is any question in the mind of any farmer as to the necessity for a tractor, but he may

\ Rut know l 10" not.welcome('111'11 ,not thrice which.welcome to seldom appeared (to me, puppy. agitation.; I'd have some doubts as to what make of Tractor so that is the reason we are putting this advertisment in this paper to
seen Ilko that before It
;.' thin heart of mine 'I" commenced when the maw came In draw his attention to the Fordson Tractor. This is why we put the above arguments before him, and why we now invite

1 I'( .Tlnil I Jim I" the breathed, ''when at for the flrat time currying two .plains him to come into our place business and view the Fordson Tractor. Let us show him what it ha done. Let
last she could vpeuk "they 'told tie of soup, or rather stew I11" tnlk- to him it's superiority over other Tractor. It
were d.'IIII" us prove any means more to him than it does to us. When we sell a
'r Ing to him when), she .
entered and 1
;"Anil) I might: 1111 well lie," he re saw the queerest) expression come Tractor, we make a small profit, but when he buys a Tractor he buys a power that is working for him every day in

I. a turned "when they told me you hud over his tame, then. he. started, up us the year; that is, if he buys a Fordson- -we can't speak lot the other kinds. Come ins! .

I 11 t broken' jour faith with me and married. If he were going to- "I"'nk.l1t'n there. t

was a big crash-the maid had dropped' (
""Married" she giitt|><>d. "My !denr, both plates. At that he licirsn to

my dear I IVluit mnile you think laugh. The girl was emt>nrrnKed at. P

that. (" first then she looked at me then utj I

"'Celeste Ito.Mlon broke It to me gently i Bill a kind of long queer look and I I

In ii klixl. .. tactful letter She was then she began to laugh' and so then -_ .

tienutlftilly tliouiful. In those black I laughed and we all laughed.

e ? t 'iit-roBi-ilie-meair 1 days| for un.." Such happiness possessed. them both

I 1"And It1111 Ottleste Itoyden who and Ih..r.1111 such an evidence of

s [broke tlie new to sue of your fulling mutual un.notondhllb..t.n: thorn FORD w

:. In Flanders. She was Inexpressiblypymnathetlp that I began 'to have suspicions ofgood
end It was her advice that
old Bill HI* wife had gone away
I should seek'trUhIPSM. In another -left lilm-could It be for any reason

city, away from the haunting memories other than what he hud told me? GARAGE =
p'a\ of you." P
"I say Bill have those doughnuts: -
"And still Jonn
you lire MylesT"
gone to your head, or what the deuce -
:The years seemed to slip from hisnhouhler alls you?" I finally lost my temper. Anderson
A. W. & G. A.
and, ) something of a hope .
j ;"No not my head but ctmlght to
1'\\ that he had thought turned to a.heSP _
my heart be answered ; and I was STARKE, FLA. \
', atone forth In his face Yjwve, not pretty worried. \
broken your faith" It seemed almost
As we were rising from the table'
: \; too wonderful' not to be a dream or
the maid tripped In from the kitchen,
fiction. Then look ol
a deep flaming
rather sultrily, I thought and Raid
wrath came Into hl" face.
to mo:
r" *, "A* for Oleme, 'he muttered. 4
"Mr. nightnn, I am leaving your employment .
"Never mind Cf'I..le. Joan *n'
very soon-a* soon all
.\:, jwored Rlmply. "Jealous, unhappy girl you s
can a substitute ,
act unaccountably at times and since
Then she looked straight/ at Bill
we really hate each other-since we're
going to he so beautifully happy egalat and Bill looked straight at her. ; Infect

forgive her h"! II III"t'a he Imdn't looked anywhere else since
she entered the dining room. Mr "
"And to think that you should hare
heart sank away down. My old Bill-
:' come to grandfather's grave I" he mar- !

.elect ."W worried! grpj, )1tt'.l\d Jmijth- the world was getting topsy-turvy. I .
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; The watchword of the nation is ECONOMY. This Great Clearance Sale, coming as

it does when you are most in need of Fall and Winter goods, is an opportunity which you

can't afford to overlook. It gives you a chance to purchase everything you are going to

need for the coming months at a great saving. Every single item offered in this sale is quoted

at prices 100. percent lower than we sold these goods a month ago.

ing Sale
to':f' Hale( Price __________2,39 Hale I price --------- 4.29 ,.

Yard Sale wide Price Bleaching .19 Children's Up from Sweaters_-=_________ .65, 15
------------ .v>' j PER CENT OFF DURING SALE
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I !\fen's Winter Underwear Yard wide Yellow Home I I
I f J I Sale Price ------------.63 spun, LI Quality------.19 i. (f ' Messaline During Sale Taffeta I per and yard Crepe_________hi_neI ________ 1.89I

I Blue Chambray Work Shirts Cheviots and Hickory Shirtings YOU CAN BUY MERCHANDISE OF QUALITY AT

Sale Good Price Quality i___________ .QQ Sale Rest I'rice Quality___________ .23 CUT PRICES, AT THE TIME._YOU NEED IT _

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f : i PRETTIEST 6 t.
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$40.00 and $50.00 Values -
: Price during Sale,$29.50 and : 24.95 (
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Values up to $20.00 9 95 ., _
Prices during Sale, $12.95 and '
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!Men's Felt Hats-Worth from Men's Dress Shirts ;y"
$.too to $5.00 Sale Price 1 1.4 _______ 24.95 44.75
---------- Prices during Sale
Sale Price _________ 1 1.98 _ -------- --. ---_-----_---
S Wool and Cotton Blankets Are SWEATERS AT GREATLY
; Percent OIT During This Sale 5thIS
t Silk Poplins
Sale Price,yd______ 1.19 .-
Yard Wide Bleaching 1 "_
Sale Price,yd 7' i I THE DATE
Beautiful Voile Waists ------ .191
During Sale _______._ .98 DONT MISS THIS A.heautlful During this Line Sale of, up Ladies from Coats_______________________ Z,98'': STARKE IS THE PLACE

Many bargains throughout the store that we have not mentioned, positively nothing

misrepresented. Bargains for everybody, spread the good news, tell it to your neighbors.

Remember: date, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, and the place, Sternberg's Cut


Everything sold under money-back guarantee if not satisfied I




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LAKE BUTLER Miss Ina Alderman of Starke was j tored to Lake Butler Tuesday after kinson. Evergreen; H. J. Taylor Long O'Qulnn. her husband Ben M. Parker. 3.. J. OhrlMlaneon. et at. I

the week-end guest of her parents noon. I Branch; 1\It'IIsrs. James and L. r. Godwin i Porter. d""I'arker........ Mra.helre Franree at. law Perkrr.of H, C.Karma Parker I' NOTICE TO lTNKJ:::: idanta HErFNtlANTB: |

Lite Nov. 5.One of the Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. j P. M. Padgett was a visitor to Jick.: Maxville; Robt. Nolan Duck Parker. "'.rlt.. ('.r,. Herniee I'arker. a mi I I Notice. la hereby given to all "...1.. claim-, .
Butler. Pond W. II. Taylor and John Sellers)) nor. Kuhy Parker a minor. <'I...,. Parker. I Ing an Intereet under Jen J. (Chrltlan.nn .
Important' features of Monday Jim Molt, of Worthington motoredto :i sonville Tuesday evening. I ; Henry arker.. a minor and Imnifene Parker I n. M Oornto.. U M. Little, Mr. L M. I.IU

-I Will the laYing of the cor- Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. i I The Senior League<< of the Methodist WWhitehouse; Rev. C. A. Movelcy' a minor, and A. Z. Adklna. guardian ad II- tI... T. J. Aldirman. A. V. Long, May Hell
etmo m of Lackawanna church. tem for eald minor helre at law of T n. I Alderman I. O. Powell and W. C. Powell.
stone of the new brick Methodist Major entertained the Intermediate 'church of Lake Butler were delightfully Parker, an heir at law of the ..I.'. of H O. both doing btulnre a. Powell A Powell i.M .

Uh. Mr. Jenkinn, presiding elder league at the pasonage Sat i I entertained at Mrs. II. F. Pries1 Miss l'earl Strickland arid brother Parker d<...ea.ed. I). C. Melvin and Prudence Trul.,.. C. E. Harper Pen'niular Naval
Hollowe'en Sidney of Kingiley lake, visited relatives A Melvln. hi. wife, G W. Mvlvln. H. ORivera atom romi>any. Gilbert. W. R.,.. Rlliabeth
Mr. S. evening at a party. 1
E J i an impressive ceremony. I L ters at a party Friday evening takIng and Emma Riven hi* wife. J. W. Roe Du....-.. and her hueliand Pr. A. J.
iilendriJC, of Alachuir.' was present Everything to make the little folks the place of Hallowe'en. j and friends here during the union Paduett and Creaey Padgett hi. wife. are ........ J. F.. Futrh. N. P. Cauthrn. Minnie .

remarks. have a good! time was: given and a I[ meeting. ,defendant I. A. ft. Crewe, ..-1.1 mat..r In L. Trll,...... A. Wyatt. Harry C. Howe...
.1 rave: a few I! The guests were met by a ghost Gilbert H. Barker went to Jackson chancery h.,.. levied upon the following doMnlxd E. U II....... A. T.. Adkln.. llurtrn II ('....r.I. .
Mike, Klondes is ready to serve the real Hallowe'en party was enjoyed. j who conducted them In. After divid- land altuated In Bradford County, ...... John II William George ChruitlBn-. .
Iblic the restaurant in the Hew- The Bradford County Fair ii open I.I ville Thursday to visit relatives for a Morlila, a. follow towltt8nuthwe ,I ton, William J. Roe. .
in yellow
into took
ing couples the girls all Weaned of .otberwi .
few days. ( or any them or *
> of North-
I This restaurant speaks this week. All invited. t Quarter (BWW I wither heir d..I.... .. .
Garage. | threads of the spider' web and the Marcus Brown of Starke was attending Quarter INE14)t) Northweat Quarter INW',1 1 a* claimant. grantee
III Lake Butler. Ellsworth Harper of Sanford was thread Southiant (SEl...( Northeast and to all partiea. claiming any lnteytwhatsoever
for I I boys black. After following the to business here Saturday.Miss I..f Quarter I In the land deecrlhed, a. follow t
of Worthington Quarter (Nh'4)) of Southwest Quarter IHWi<.1| '
Pink ton. greeting friends here this week. I
each I Northea.t of
Hurry which were somewhat tangled northwentQuarter ) quarter outhent quartrrNIC4
Eva Reddish of Lawtey and Southrant Quarter (SF.V.I 1
in Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon Mrs. C. L. Varnes of Johnstown.vl | one found at the end of their stringsI I was I I (NWV, I I and Northea Quarter ( of FKV4)) aeotlon twenty-nve 121'.1.'>
the of Miss Winifred t township six
Wimberly tIt (221
|irring, an exhibit of live stock for ited relatives here Sunday. guest 1 ,NF>', ) of Northweet Quarter' (NWlilt and ...,, range twenty-two
|: I candy. This wasfollowed by a peanut Sunday. Twelve US acre on the Ea..t eld. of North- 'h half of northeat quarter (BMi of N
Oulter Boyd of Worthington was EViK east half of northea.1 quarter ofnorthweat '....
f fair. race. went NW>, > of Northweat Quarter
Dr. E. L. Biggs and Mr. Jack Davisof I Quarter ( .
quarter E14 of NK14 of NWV4 I.
was given at the club I "
Instruction In Lake Butler Tuesday. NWVil I vf Vetkm" Twenty-two 12211( }
1 entertained in ertlon .hl".lx (55)! townshIp .Ix (II. ", .
evening for the benefitthe of Johns guest.4'1'e a Starke were business visitors here ISO Acre* on South fild. of 8out.......' .
Monday Bill and '
Henry Vames range twenty-two (21) I aouthwe quarter ofnortheaet
.m dark room by a ghost who told them Monday. Quarter tSEM of Southwnt Quarter (SW'<.I I Ibeing quarter I8WW of NEV1). aouth- '11V.
new voters. town were business visitors to Lake One Hundred Ten (fllOI Yard wideacrou
stories about Bluebeard. In corner west of .nutheant of nnrthweet
a quarter quarter
Pitt Townsend is slowly imo The many friends of Mrs. Jerry Bo- said Forty Acre of Section Fifteen. .
| Mrs. Butler Tuesday.Dr. quaHer SWV4 of SB 14 of NW'.I.aeetlon .
were Bluebeard's wives with 061. all In Town.hip Seven (II) South. Ranee
attack of fever. hannan wil Iregret to learn that she ejeven 111) townhlp seven (n.)
after ,
| \'ing an J. M. Mann made a professionalvisit bodies.I Twenty 1201) Ka.1 and will aril the earn before
from their
heads freshly cut rang* twentytwo (221 ; wwt quarter of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs I I is seriously ill and wish her a speedy .
The little the court houae door In Starke. Bradford
to Wateroak Monday.D. northeast quarter of northeaet quarter (W"
Bluebeard himself then came in dressed -
is much improved at this I : recovery. County, Florida between th* legal hour of of f
Phillips I NKt4 NESJI. northwret quarter f>
Y W. of Hampton spent .
Borum in white. James Shepard the week-end of *. .. on Monday the 6th day of December. northeast quarter (NW>4 of NEM. watt
ting. Sunday and Monday with his family. 1020. to aatl.fy and pay said Anal decree half .>f wet half of puuthweM nuneter of .1
JMr. and Mrs. Bunk Dekle spent lastlonday Mrs. Henry Adkin suffered the t Afterwards followed games of fortune with his family at Lawtey.Mr. and _too. Said property tn be sold. .. ...h..t quarter (WU, of WXj of SWVi of :
telling. Among these were candies the property of the defendanta. Term. carl "NKtl. northweet '
at Wateroak. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby and children )- quarter NWI4) north-
misfortune to fal land break her arm which when blown A. 8. CHKWS. I......1 quarter of *outh' quarUr |NW\,4 of
| Mr. Raulemon and daughter Ethel Monday afternoon, while working at lighted under of Starke, visited relatives hereSunday. lt.t-M-lt-3.' Slxvlat Mailer In Chancery.SPFCIAI S\\4I I I. wet half of fiuthwet quarter of

e'.1 Sunday with friends at Hamp- out. would find fortunes. On a table MouUwirt quarter (Wilt ..f 8WI4 of HWV.l.eertion ,

the fair grounds.Mr. I{I I were bowls which represented an old I MABTCR'B SALE nine 1111. township tIght 1111.) rUlil".
d. and Dr. G. W. Brown of Lawtey. was a >
and Mrs. Jesse Cason Mrs. Notice I. that under and by twenty-two ((22)). outhweet Quarter (8W 4> I
Mrs. Arch McGill entertained a Joe Dowling of New River were in maid happy and unhappy marriage. professional itt>r here Monday. virtue of that hereby Anal decree given made and renderedOctober and northwent. quarter of outheant quarter I

mber of friends Friday afternoona town Tuesday. i Needless to say many were disap. Misses OIliu: and Ella Man were 1ft. A. D. 1V20, by the judge of the NWW of SK"t. aeetlon fifteen (UM.) town-. '
shopping j I I I bowls hip eliiht (8)). range twenty-two (SRI I aouth.earl
the which the
stories In Bradford County
pointed by Circuit Court and
reception in honor of Mrs. De- Mrs. Merlie Crews of Gainesville, shopping in Starke and Lawtey Tues Florida, In .chancery. In that certain ....... quarter of northweet. quarter (8EU of j jNWI4I.
told. In a dark hal Ion the floor werei writ half of northweet quarter (WV 1
itt McGill. Mrs. DeWitt McGill and is the guest of Mrs. Preston Williams day. wherein A, M. tllanehard la complainant *
of IJWV4I. aouthweet quarter (CBW"I.) *eetlon -
the i white and !lack stick where the and A. 3. Poe and C. F. I..... are defendant ,
n. Susie Taylor composed re- this week. I I I guest who hopped without stepping on the underpinned. ( .. ......lal maater. will offer three (IRI.) township eight 181. rang.. "
twenty-two (22)) I eat half of outhwent quarter
each The
greeting guest. .
iving line before the oourthouee door In Starke.
for isle
Messrs. G. W. Alderman P. M. Pad N
them would within the of northeMt quarter .lEVI! of BWV4 of
year. .
wer on display and marry Safeguarder.. Florida, between the legal hour of _I. on <
presents ,
edding E 4). watt half of watt half of aouthwe
A. E.Proctor Tom Chastain i 1 I
gett December Sin..A I>. INK! to thehlgheit '
After these delightful Monday
games refreshments : quarter of nnrthreM quarter W',{ of WH of
admired by those present. The Here I* an advertisement of aa sstremely > ( ,
ere and beat bidden for cash the followingd
J. W. Townsend and Sam Knight motored -
served of SWV4 of NE" I I. outheat quarter of north
nests were served delicious salar ande were mannish( vest lined with pan >. ..... property situated In Bradford .county. .
watt quarter SBH. of NWVi 1. went half of
to Starke Monday. | (
I| lemonade and various kind of cracker Florid.. _..It.
tea. The bride wore her wedding de cygne but fit-u If we can't find watt half of eouthweet. quarter of ......he..t
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Maine. motored *. A* the guests departed Jack o' The. Southeast Quarter of the NortheastQuart.r .uuarb |WH of WU of SW" of tlE",11)
de chine out In time whot de I I.
wn of white crepe car- I pi-au cygue we of the Southweat Quarter of Bee. B5, half
half of
to Starke Monday. j east wevt of aouthwent quarter
Ing a lovely bouquet of pink carnaotiB. lantern and huge pumpkin face suppose "e ,'111I 1:1111 rd against puttingon Town.hlp t South. Rang tt Eaat containing I of the outheant quarter EMi of WM of
S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at the grinned their approval of the way the ten acre, more or lea*. .
8WU of ) sectIon twelve (12). lownhlp
The color scheme was pink and our wife's l>y mlMiike by lookingfor D. B. KNIGHT. 81041." (
State Farm. five (HI, range twenty-two ((22) coatainlnit -
evening had been spent
McGill assisted I the dravtktrliixOoluiubua' (XX Special Maflter.A. .
reen. Mrs. was by In all tnouarnd forty
Mrv and Mrs. John P. Coffin Mrs. | one (1040)) acreamore .
J. E. Maine and Mrs. Onie! Pons I Those present were Miss Wilson, (on rani. S. CREWS. or 1._. In Bradford county
is. Smith and Mrs. Hubert Bennett of Miss Barrineer. Julia Register Rugae .... Solicitor. for Complainant. ll-S.6t-lS-l I And you and earn of you are hereby ordered

tie Elizabeth Williams and Vivian Johnstown were in town Tuesday. \) to appear i In the .....v..ntlU..._ court to
Rivers Nettie Mae ukea Mildred
the atat. at City of Toledo Lucas NOTICE the bill of filed
owlcr in making reception a I Ohln. answer complaint ealnt
affair.! Moss Hewitt of Worthington was I Roberts Ruby Phillips Alice Piper, Count... In the Circuit Court of the Bute of Florida you In the afore-named eauee, on the third day
easant Sf in town Tuesday looking after business Ethel and Annie Mae Raulerson Ma- Frank 3. Cheney makes oath that h* Is In and for Bradford County.Lula of January A. D. 1921.
senior partner of th. firm of F. 3. Chnr M. Langley I The Hradford County Telegraph I. herebydeelanated
Cause and Influenza affairs. bel Driggers Henrietta Padgett Joe e* Co., doingbuelneaa In th* .g.tnc:' Toledo. Complainant. I a. the newMpaper In which this
Cold anp Lum Hewitt spent the week-end with Jones James Major LeRoy MIzell County and State o ... that va I notice ahall be publl_hed for twelve puee.aaiv.weeks .
IXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablet nmovt' the his mother. paid firm will pay th* sum of ONE HUNDRED Jan J. Chrlitlanaon ., al, I prior to said Srd day of January, A. D.
Aubrey and Eldredge Duncan Kate DOLLARS for any caae of Catarrhthat
Defendant. I 1D21.
.... There Is only on* "Bro_ Quinln.
W. GROVES e'n.titr.. on box. JOC. Mrs. Anguish Bielling of Providence -( and Georgia Epperson, Elmer Adkins, cannot CATARRH h* cured MEDICI by the use ofJlAUJa ORDER OF" SERVICE BY rtTBI.lCATTONNOTICB Wltneeii my hand and peal of office thl ltllay .
DEFENDANTS of October A. D. 1D20
spent Tuesday in Lake Butler Alga and Frankie Priester. I II FRANK J. CHBNET. TO EI'' ,
of W. T. WBEKfl.
In the city
To A. Wyatt. redding
_ _ _ before and auberrlbed In .
the guest of Mrs. A. C. Strickland.Tom J -' worn to this Sits m* of P..... In the .tat. of Colorado I I Clerk of Court for Bradford County
Rimes of Miller, was in town HIGHLAND tny A.'D.: preeenc 15i& day L M. Little and Mr.. U M. Little realdInit Slate of Florida.8eal .

USE "DIAMOND DYES"Pje Saturday afternoon.H. (Beat) A. W. Oleaton Notary Publta.HALtB In th. City of Dublin In the Bute ofGMbert I ( I) By C. A. KNIGHT.Clerk.
CATARRH MBDICINB I I. taken Georsia I Deputy
F. Priester spent Monday evenIng I' Highland Nov. 5.-The Black Creek Internally and act through the Bloodon W. Hoe. mldlng In the city of CHARLES A..POWER.
th* Mucoua Surface of th* Byetem.DrucKleta. Milwaukee, In the State of WlMonaln Holleltor (.I.ln.nt. IO.R-lSt-It-lt
right! I :-..,,'1 ri:... matorlet with his family. I Association held a union meeting at 76o. Te.tlmonlala fr**. William J. Roe. mldlng In the city of

Each; package; i>f "1 II... Nahan Tomlin of Johnstown was the Highland: Baptist church three F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo Ohio. O.hko In th. itate of Wlaoonaln. I bangs or DBRVICB BY PUBLICATION

mond Pyea" c..ntam of Colorado
In the itate ) In Bradford
and for
so sImple that any Mark Tomlinson of Johnstown was dinner on the grounds. Lit was estl. : : h Roe ... and huaband. Dr. Lulu M. Langley County. I
woman can dumond-dyo anew MASTER'S BALK A. J. lIu.._. both raiding In the city of.
In town last week. I I, mated that between four hundred and I
Notice la hereby given that under and hy v
rich fadeless color Into M .late of Wlaeoiwlo
old ,garmrntfi dr.perie... corerinin Messrs. Carefoot and Jim Mott of four hundred and fifty people attended virtu. of m final decree of forecloaure made ; r.-i..lnT;,.. reeldlng In the city of 3. Complainant..1,al.' l I I IJena

wlietlirr Worthington, motored to Lake Butler Sunday. Some of the delegates to and rendered by Hon. B. A. Thraaher. Judg MIIII""" ... In the elate of COlo..1It Ch..t.n.on.Defendant I
everything, of the Clreult Court of .'orl.... In and for la hereby, ordered that you and .each of
wool silk linen cotton or Sunday. 'I I the union were Messrs. James F. Con- H red ford th 22nd NOTICE! TO KNOWN DICFEN AN1
County on day of Octo you appear on the 6th day of JH J L.
To Chrlitlanaon
milled goods. Mr.' and Mrs. Preston Williams, of way and R. H. Lee Black Creek 1 I. ,. 1020 wherein i. W. fettyjohn .... coak.plalnant. D. mo to the bill of complaint filed herein I 7.. Adkln.J.n.. Burun II. Corbett I.
and Mr I. M. Mill
O. I'erker. .
Buy "Diamond DYl's.ncotber New River were guests of Mr. and church; Mrs. West Miss Murray and lI..k,., and J T Bloke.. her hueband T K. airalnat Tb. Bradford you In the County above Telegraph entitled eatiM.U hereby Chrtotiaiuon. the _. of ..hol. each .

kind-then perfect re- Mrs. William Williams. Thos. A. I'arker. J. E Parker. E U Parker Ida 1. thIs every la unknown.It
Bell J. Hatcher Black Pond; < designated. a. the newspaper In which la hereby ordered that and each of
suIts are guaranteed r\cn it Lester Pinholster. of Brooker mo- Messrs. Britt Rosier and Bunk Wil- I'arker and C. C. Parker, her hueband. H. notice shall lie publIshed for four eonneeutlveweek appear to the of complaint you filed herein
you have never dyed b'lnro. Ulay SaCker, Ueule: D ()O ulnn and II. prior to said 6th day of December A.'witneu you ajralnMt you In "I above entitled e..... on

lmcgiBt has "Piumond 1)y.sColor D. 11120. the Sib day of A. U. 110.
Card"- M rii'i" t.t. mv hand and aeal of office this Th. Bradford D..r.Teltwraph U hereby
Seth' day of oc......,. A. 1810.
designated the In which
DInT, T. wrfcEKB: notice newinaper... for right eon>'hl

ASPIRIN WHAT WILL YOUR RED CROSS DOLLAR DO ? Clerk County Circuit, State Court of Florida.In and for Bradford llve A. n.week mo.prior pulI..Id 6th 'day of December...

(Seal) ,3v C. A. KNIGHT.Deputy Wln. my hand and seal of office thla lit

Clerk d. A. D. II

SHOW CHARI.FS Holloltor A.fur POWERS.Complainant: 0-2w-6t-lB-o Circuit Court In U2e.W.and. T. WEEKI.Clnk 1.dford q

HERE ARE FACTS TO YOU EXACTL -- County rltatc of Florida.
Genuine CREItlTORa
Jame "Bayer" on NOTICE All iiemoli.TO Indebted DKIITORB to AND the entaut of C, A.Mlxon. (SEAL Ii,. C. A. Deputy KNIGHT.Clerk.

late of Bradford nounty, Florida. 4aeaeed *- CIIANt.KS TOWERS '
are requeated to pay hair said debts iO Complainant.,
Red Cross Work In South Including Health Nursing Military Rel! forthwith and all perwina having claims ; 10-8.1t-1-
agalMt said ..Ia.. .".11 file the ..m.. duly

And Other Activities Illustrated By One authenticated. with the undersigned. admlnlatratrll NOTICE: OF FINAL DIHCHARCE
within on. year from data hereof or stat, day after date hereof. I, the underlirned -
they will be forever barred. aa .trab>r of the eatate of M.
., Typical Month. Thl. 16th day of 0.......... 1M, C. Croft. di-cea> d. will |,_ent mr voucher .
I .. MIIH. O. A. MIXON. and final arenunui to the Honorable flen. A. '
II jt Admlnl.tratrl of the Relate of C. A. Mlxon.deceaud (lardlner County Judiie of llradlor County.Mnrlila. .

I : Atlanta. .&., Oct.-Tbe man or structlon. rescues by member of the corps were .15-9t.lK-lB.. and a.k to b .. .cuch ad-'

t; woman who gives a dollar for memo The bureau of dietetics through reported while other assisted In res ORDER FOR PUBLICATION pth day of Ortob.r. 1920.

fti'-r'; ber.hip In the American Red Cross which classes are organized to teach cues. In Circuit. Court. State of Florida. FltrhthJudlit N. R.' r ARC.
'al Circuit, Bradford County In Chaneery. Eitate : TVceaeed. -
of of M.
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" is gen- when the Fourth Roll Call !I. held women and girls the right sort of foodto The Red Cross did no disaster relief Administrator. C 10-H-Ht-12-. '

ne Aspirin proved safe by million from November 11 to November 25, cook and serve to make good work during the month in question J. T. Marr -
id prescribed by physicians for ov- will want to know among other things, health carried on Instruction work as no disaster occurred but at NOTICE OF "IN AI. IM8CHARCEKlnty

twenty years. Accept only an un- what that dollar will help to do in during the month at such place any time the Red Cross I la ready to Klvany Mary ] .. day.admInistrator aftnr date of her.I.the .. .the u of underllrneH. Hei--

oken "Bayer" package which con- the southern division of which his a* Converse College at Spar. respond to cities stricken by fire flood- appearing by affidavit Defendant.It appen.. ed to the ,: : .. of llradford county, Florida,

ins proper directions to relieve the chapter is a part. tanburg, S. C., the West Tennessee tornado or pestilence lltuausn: the bill filed In th. ahnve-atated eauie that Elvany!: .n..I"...preient(leo my A.voucher lardlner and CountyJuilue finalaccount

I'uduche Toothache Earache Neu- Fifty cents of the dollar is retainedby State Normal School and Winthrop school were closed during this month Marr the defendant therein named l. a nimmldont re.1denee ., l"n.county FI..ld., and auk
of the Htate of Florida, and her -
Igia Rheumatism, Colds and Pain. the chapter for chapter work. The College in North Carolina. The bu. there were no activities of the Junior I. unknown and I. over the age of to I* dlncharired a* auch admlnUtralor.

ndy tin boxes of 12 tablet cost few other fifty cent goes to the national reau reported the appointment of a Red Cross to report but with the. twenty-one .,...n I It la therefore ordered that ThIs th.. M. d.of O.I..h.A. M. W1IIIAMS.'U20. '
nti. Druggist also sell) larger headquarter in Washington to keep city dietitian at Naahvllle Tenn., opening of the schools in September .aid non-realdent to appear defendant to the. bill be and of complaint I. AdmlnUtraU.r of the EetUto of Sleet., Wynn t

ayer packages." la trade up the national work of the Red Cross.In where the Red Cross Chapter set thousands of children throughout the filed In ealil e..... on or before Monday, the d.eeaaed. lOftBt12.8Nonrr
rked this connection it 1* Interesting to aside 12,000 for her salary and $500 southeast joined In various. helpful Red day of January, A. D. 152*. otherwUa' thealleiratlona
Bayer Manufacture Monacet- of said bill will be taken aa eon- OF APFI,ICATIOW FOR TAX DEED ,j
icidester of SalicyllcacidAdv. note that the Red Cross last year spent for incidental expenses In connection plans of the Junior Red Cros feared hy paid defendant. DNOfr.K: HKTION: B7ft OP THE

more in the south than It received with nutrition work. The bureau. In With all of this work the Red Cross It I. further ordered that thl. order be pub. .ENFKAL. HTATIJTKHNntlim
tithed once a week for eight eoniieeutlve "'.....k. I I. hfrrtty given that rlonv<>r n......
W9 from the south In money for member cooperation with other divisions put continued to carry on Its first duty In the Bradford County Telegraph. a new>- purehmi of Tax (rtlflcat No. lIlt dttU if

ships. The budget for next year contemplates on an exhibit In health at the Trl- and Us responsibility to the man la piiner published. In paid county and atate. the ftth day of Autfunt. A. U. IWlfl .>.IIi

COFFINS & CASKETSAnd a similar program in the State fair at Memphis Tenn. Thl. October 10, 111 !0. ttttld ...rtinpHt In my nfTlc and h n '
uniform. W. T. WFFK8: Mppllratliin for !.. deed to Imiuv In accordance

a Full Line of south. While such work as this was being; During the month the Red Cross (Seal) Clerk CircuIt Court. with law. Staid **rtlflcat. enIrarr., the fol
The southern division of the Red done In the field of health by the Red II,. C. A. KNIGHT. lowtnpr dwicrllH-d ". .'rty. ItuattHi In Bradford
maintained adequate forces of work. Deputy Clerk ,. Florida, -.. I'Suppli.
Cross consist of the state of North Cross. It was equally active In Its work era at twelve different army posts P. F: KNIC.WT Lots 4. 6. 9. I H of Hlk "0" In RUlnK'a

and"South for Solicitor for 10-Z2-1 ll-ll-fll Add to Ktarli. The vaid land brute tt
Carolina. Tennessee Georgia returnnd soldiers and their families Complainant mm** tH>
and in the
AUTOMOBILE HEARSE and camps hospitals division .t the date of the iMnianea cif ace), ertinaata
Florida. Headquarter of the and similar work for civilian
Alwajs familiesIn serving a total of 1I.7C2 men of whom ORDER FOR PlIDI.ICATION In the name of M... Twrtmiia I.>vltnn.
on hand. The best aer- division at Atlanta in order to show like need of help. The Red Cross 700 In two In Circuit. ourt. State uf Florida. Eighth: Un I... paid o..ln..I. nhall .IM r..m"
or more were putlent
vice at the lowest price Special Just how the money given the Red had 2,081 new cases of this sort during .Tti llfllnl Circuit, llradford County, In Chaneery. .rciordlntr to law tai deed will IMU the.n
general army hospitals. In addition. on tha Hth day of A. I>. 1920. 4
to telegraph or- Cross 1* spent in the couth has pre. the month, and reopened 1,580 old Home Service as It Is called. was I). 8' Tint ten. Wit,,... my"and seal this

eri. Registered Embalmer. pared a detailed statement. showingone cases a total of 3,661 cases. Au Idea Complainant. the, fith day of Ocl.b*r. A. O. 19.10.
to 1.148 $42 closed
given new case, t W. T. WEEKS.
month' activities in the division. of the number of soldiers and civilians Clerk Circuit fr ,
cases and 4,071 other cases where Information Dai It.U..n.n..r..nd.nt., Court ad ford County, Fla
DeWlTT C. JONES This month Is typical of Red Cross helped In the different states may be of all sort In regard to (SnaIl) fly C. A. KNIGHT.
!; pay,
work in the southern division. From' gained from the Tt appearing by affidavit' aplMtnded tn the 10-H-61-11.B. I> puty Clark.
.ST ARKE. FLA. following report for Liberty bonds Insurance and the like bill lied In the. above ......01 Cpu.. that DalnyHatten
the summary of Its activities Red the month: the defendant. therein named .la a
was furnished.One NOTICE 0 _ZAKlxty chIARcE
Cross member may gain a concrete Georgia 1,006 soldier families aided resident of the State of Florida, and conceal 1" .
I of the most potent Influence at heiwelf. .o that ror.",... of .ubiKiena cannot .lie. day after daU hereof. I. the. underalirned -
illustration. of the work their membership I SB civilian famllle aided; Florida. Influence"of nerved. upon her, and 1. over the see of twen.tyone an EI..utrl. of the mtata of Anna I'.
p fee will help to keep going 1.041 soldiers' families aided and 670 these post was the "home year t It I. therefore ordered that ..aidponreftldent Wala late fr lrd.rol County, Florida, deceaned -

through the I.I civilian families aided the Red Cross. The men were encouraged defendant .... and ,la hereby. required ..i Vouchers and final a*.
year. ; North Carolina ,
. rounU Hon. <.,. A. Oarrilner. bounty
You Do stationery to appear to the tilll of eompl.lnt filed
to write letters home
More Work s. During this month the Red Cross 1,062 soldiers' famllle aided. and In arid eaune on or befnrv* Monday the Athday Juiluc cif Bradford County. Florida, and salt

Du are more ambitious and you get more bad sixty-one nursing services operating 18 civilian families aided South Carolina was provided and. where a man of I>e...."'.. A. D. 1020, otherwUe. the to I.. diitrharved aa atieh RxaautH.t
Joyment out 01 was Illiterate the Red Cross wrote allegation ..? ..101 Mil will be taken a. eonfeimed ThIs the I.t day of October, 1920
everything when your in various of the 1.431 soldiers' families
KId I II In part division aided 241 by afd defendant.. MRS. GrO J. WITJ.
e blood have flood condition. Impurities in employing a total of seventy four civilian families aided; Tennessee I, his letter for him. The boys were It I. further ordered. that thl. order beplibllNhed Kxefulrlx of thv Rataita of Wall.

e System a very depressing effect on nurse Four new service were established 093 soldiers' families aided and 44 civilian made to feel that. the Red Crux worker onee a week for four lonn..eutlve Ieceae.d. 10.I.Ot.II.2f.
Causing weakne a. Jazlnea.. week.. In the Bradford County Telegraph a .
their friend that they had
were ,
DlOUo55 and .lclmeBL by chapter during the families aided. A total of 13.- newspaper ptitillihed, In .Id County and Hlato. RIM 0 COMPLAINTIn
ROVe.s service 691 In financial aid some one to go to, some one who felt Thl. Ortolwr gfilh, mo ,
TASTELESS Chill TONIC month one was reopened five was extended to th.. Clniilt Court of Florida.FJvMh .
W. T. W151CK8.! !:
torlll Energy and Vitality by Purifying were withdrawn and in addition the soldiers' families and 11,250 to civilIan a sympathetic interest In their wel. 111..11) Clerk ('I....... CourtBy Judicial fir-cult. Brad
,d ford County, In .
Enriching' the Blood. Red Cross families. fare.. C. A. KM10HT.
When you feel! placed one nurse, paying 3. C. Complainant, '

) .trengthenlnlL It; Invigorating effect stw her salary, with another organization First aid was taught by the Red The Red .Cross also did work at'' A. 7 ADKINfl.Rfilleltor Deputy Clerk.. Is

7LI branga color to the cheeks and how that bad started health work In that Croat during the month In classes at six United State public health hospital for Complainant. 10.2 -lt-12-S Johnleirander Oraham lames
the f.. Oatea, C. I lEnre TV its true appetite. you Will theo particular community. That 1* the policy the Middle Tennessee Normal and Industrial In the southern division and . Earl J. C.

: tonic vlue.TASTELESS of the Red Cros*-to do health school at Murfreesboro Tenn., served United State public health sen NOTICE Frfl. T. W. Pitta John R. Earl. .
Chill TONIC Notice IN hereby given. that the undernlKned. J ., Thaa Roberta. W. R Lan. '
S not a patent work where it 1 la most needed, and the Asbevllle Summer school at Ash. vice patient at eight other hospital Cora L. Caaon, a. admlnlntr.trlx of th. ...... and Franefa I. Me Cat I. Dfndnta. .

RON and QUININE medice It Ia simply where other are doing the ama work I "Ille. N. C., the University of Floridaat of which they were Inmate Decide of Charle. I'. Ca.on. ................ on eeemberIK. . .
suspended In Syru 1BH" at 10 oelock. In the forenoon of paId It aprwarln b,. .. bill filed the bow
\0 pleasant not to compete with them. but to help Galnesvlllia Fla... the Tennessee home service, the Red Cross gave .or *
even children like It. TlW day will '.....nt and make a Anal return to e.** that the ... of the above
Inod needs Quinine to Punfylt and IRO. them a* far all pos lbla. A. and I. State Normal school at them recreation distributed necessary I the IfonnraMe' Ceorge A. (;rardlner. County.Iildtre defendant and each of them, la n.m'I

0 fflj It- These reliable tonic prc The nursing department of the Red Nashville and the A. and E.' collegeat supplies and developed the local Interest of Hradford County, Florida, at hlachamber. and each of t. being ov.r tha as. of twentyone .
rtlea In the Courthoune of Mild .county In ,.... la' therefore ordered that
lie blood.never fall to drive out Impurities it Cross has a bureau called the bureauof West Raleigh, N. C. New students of the respective communitiesIn I the Town of .. Florida: of her report paid defendant,I earl of them, t.. an*

instruction engaged; In promoting to the number of 144 were enrolled the patients and the hospital and account a. aueh admlnl.tratrlx; : of paid: hey _hereby reQu)r4 appear to the
be ..tat.,, and will then and there apply l tot ...IdJudir. Bill of
Lto"CrMtlnpower| of GROVE'? Complaint In eauae on or
ASTEL ; Chill (TONIC health work. This bureau organized in these classes and first .aid certificates This I I. the sort of work-In health for her dl.e....... .. such aflmlnlatratrU. I.r Monday, the "day .10 November .,

'Ie favorite tonic In has made fourteen. clashes in Home Hygiene and showing the holder was proficient social aorvlce., among the posts and otherwl. th. alleiratlona of aald bill of eom

ore than thirty-five thousands years al of!<'home. f ..:, Care of the Sick during the month. In first aid principle, were given (ramps for disaster relief first aid ,Dated Starke, Florida, on this OctoberIS fendantfl plaint will b taken aa contested by saId d*>

ould ride! fI 'IO'lt: distanre to ftctOKOVL, Altogether thirty.five classes In this to 135 students. home dietetics home hygiene and care CORA: t,. CASON.10.IsSt1S.10 It I. I"rhe ordered that thla order. b*

AS1ELESS Chi :XMc; whtn: Subject were In operation In the division Life saving corps were organisedby of the kick and the Junior Red Ctor A. Admlnlntratrlx Afore..Id. ._ . a week for twelve ." ... "b

ember of their family had Mnlari (.- during the month; two hundred the Red Cross during the monthat -that will be carried on during the week I. th* Bradford County T.I..h. a
'"tided ORDER OP SERVICE BY PHIIMCATIOVIn newnpaper publIshed In said county .. V
me. II toay-bu.U.n4;. U rnjth-elivi.i.: and fifty-two new students were enrolled a number of places and other coming year through the dollar of the Circuit Court of the Bute of Florida Thl 10th day of Au..'. A. I). 1020 .

..The fummia ,is just; the same tu- and one bundred and seventy corps, previously organ Ixed, did fine those who Join the Red Cross la the In and for Bradford County.Lula W. T. WPrKi.
'/. and you run B:"t it from cVu- M. l-en.ley. (8ea1)) Clerk :
any C:1."lt
ute. 60c her :>c.oct1e. women and girl completed the In- work at some of the beaches. Several Fourth Roll Call. ., Complainant. I By C .A. KIIOIT..o.r

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candy was on ale. A booth for the ,: utes of the Circuit Court for Bradford !
x., Bradford County Telegraph 1 aale of cakes pies, sandwiches, County, Florida; and that a copy

doughnuts, coffee, cocoa soda water, thereof be sent to the widow of the I
Pahll.bed Weekly, and-entered-- ..-we.jwS ::1 etc. was presided over by )11'$. C. A. said Judge and that the same be published -
Fntch and a number of other club : in the Bradford County Tele-I
The booth in charge graph.
women. toy was
Starke, Florid of Miss Hilda Struth. who, was cos- JOE HILL WILLIAMS
..i '-_ -=-- ..,-=-=. ,,'- tamed as a Dutch girl. Mrs. B. M. I A. V. LONG.A. We Say to YouAs
K. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and OWD.....' Russell was the clever gypsy fortune Z. ADKINS.D. ,
teller mho told of the past, presentand E. KNIGHT,
\ future. A. S .CREWS,
1 .... .."a.p..iw..oeft". . .: _
rn Ad. Mr. Roscoe McLane furnished the E. M. JOHNS
i [:n Fne.l:! !:R ICAV f'RE..U A."IATH. very best of victrola music, and Mr*. J. E. FUTCH, Committu We Say to All-

Luther G. Powell gave a* a readingP.iley's Starke Florida, v
t delightful poem "The Goblin Nov. 3. 1920.
Kerenski predict the rapid collapM
) of the Lenine Trotzky regime and Will"Get You If You Don't Watch TRAP SHOOT SCORE OCT. 28 Let tone decide which phonograph' buy. Listen to different irutru-
in Russia, lie Out.
I ( with will not it bolshevic miss his guesa. The wonderis About fifty person were masked, mentsa k to have different records played Compare The Brunswick
Hit Miss Pct.
that this rule and ruin policy could among the number being Mary Lee with other phonographs.
Wynn as "Samantha" and Elise Jones F. I.. Turner uu 71 .29 .710
While the
last so loner. expense a* her husband "Farmer Brown;" H. C. Wall __.__.___ 69 31 .690 Insist records such The
U which ALL Bruns
enormous little revenue yielded, on a phonograph plays as
Mr. Frank Hoover, "Old Man;" Joe i I J. A. Howe _.uu 33 17 .660
... the treasures of the on hand being at the exhausted beginning , Siirrunk. "A Girl of Sweet Sixteen;" I j W, C. Powell _______ 6486 .640 wick. Be not content with a phonograph designed but for one make of

regime Sara Hope and Georgia Haynes were I Dr. Clarvoe _____u_. 31 19 .620 record.r
there I credit and ruin, destitu-
no I dressed as spooks; Free Wynn, "A i G. )I. Inman ____.... 31 19 .620
tion misery and murder are everywhere -
., The Russian giant will coon Witch with her Broom;" Hilda Struth W. M. Wainwright __ 80 20 .000 The Brunswick plays ALL records whatever make. And plays them
.. 66 44 .530
Dutch girl. : W. E. Yarborough
wake up then and fall shudder asleep over again his and nightmare suffer -- The fortunate winner of prize were M. F. Brown __un 53 47 .530 exactly as they should be played with the proper diaphragm needle,

another; until he will eventually a* follow: J. W. Morgan, who was Roscoe :McLane: _.___ 52 48 .520 etc. And our all-wood Tone Amplifier gives them greater richness.Jruiwwick .
his dressed in tackey style, was awardeda Joe Wainwright _____ 47 53 .470
awaken and regain senses. flashlight given by Jones Hardware W. H. Graham _____, 43 57 .450

who stood at Store; :Mrs.: B. M. Russell gypsy for. T. S. William ______ 22 28 .440 .
year ago( one I. tune teller received a cut glass dish Carl John __.__u__ 19 81 .380
of our
a ro.da.certain would point see a any vehicle pas by given by F. F. Stump; Thomas Lim- J. M. Mitchell ______ 35: 65 .350
baugh, dressed a* a tacky woman, L. A. Davis __u-n 17 23 .340
hour on the av.eral."e.
perhaps. If once he should every tend at the name I rtVeivpd a box of candy, donated. by A. Z. Adkins ____u__ 30 70 .300 I
I Mitchell's Drug Store; Merrill Futch.ja E. L. Biggs; _un. I 5 20 .200
point now he would see an auto pas .
every ten cr fifteen minute Before I Charlie Chaplin was awarded a -RA\UOLPII '.. ,:A''NI. _
of skates
,the automobile came into common UM pair given by Consumer'
the farmer w-.. unwilling to take a Lumber Company.
I .-.- -"- Morning service Randolph 11 to
draft animal from its work in the at I .
field, or fceiitaleJ! to expose it 'o 3 i WOMEN VOTERS: MET FOR IN- 12, next Sunday.
I hard journey, amt therefore stayed at. STKt'CTION I: Subject Will Jesus Come Again I

i home and ,,worked cnlcs it was really I ,I A welcome awaits alL
t necessary to go away. Not so. row. I Under the auspices of the W. C. T. R. D. BOWER.

Since lae J esam-j'in; i I flivver that can be alerted by a lit!l' church, there was a meeting to \WFORn-HEAVES:
cranking Irt!! often make a 20-mile''' instruct women how to vote for the '

trip for a i very trivial cause, or no''1 candidate of their choice. The meeting Mr. William Crawford and bliss

"; cause at all. The time spent on the was well attended and great interest Pearl Reaves were married October .- -a- I I We will/ be glad to pro\ to you
I roads is taken from profitable work. shown in the duty and respon- 28th at the home of the bride's par- The new Brunswick .Method of r Trrr..1 e"r -!' it ii that The Brunswick is the one
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Now when labor Is so scarce and ineffective nibility pertaining to women casting! ents. Mr. and Mrs R. M. Reave" in Reproduction i I. the most ad- ; I ) j I ( phonograph you want. And to.nclod
it In doubly Important that the their first ballot Worthington section in the \'. and finest way of play I I' offer the came way of proving
that his i I Mrs. Markley Johns presided and of large number of "r"I ing deviied. All old I
farmer w&rk himself and see !, ence a jet stan : that Brunswick, Record<< bring/
laborers do what they are paid for. good music was rendered by the choir and friends The ceremony was cards! are now discarded. //i, N new standards. We abide by.
Hut the farmer i Is not the only sinner, ,, composed of Mrs. O. G. Cooper. Mrs. formed by Notary W. E. Wainwriirht I t jour decision.
for many business men spend too E. K. Pcrryman and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- The groom is a *weJl to do younir
much time away from their stores and I kin. Mesdamec F. A. Scott, Emily farmer of the Midway section, who tl
offices. Let us have more work and 1 Philips and L. G. Powell read selections enjoys n:uch popularity on account ->f I
less road 1'Io I meeting. young lady of fine attainments, much I
A LANDSLIDE T. N. Kendrick made a short ad- bleoved by a large circle of friend" .
; dress explaining how voting was conducted The befit wishes of their many friend" I I
It I Is the North against. the South.At at the polls, after which Col. go with the newly married couple. I
the time this i III written there is no 1 J. E. Futch spoke concerning the sam -.-. .. r
indication that the democrat carried a ple ballot published in last week's issue REV CROSS; CHAIRMEN AP- j j "

Ingle state outside of the South and of the Telegraph, and also gave POINTED: FOR ,i
they'" probably. lost West Virginia the women un opportunity to ask any OTHER.TO'sNSI CONSUMER'S LUMBER COMPANY
There is no doubt of the fact that questions that they wished. The following prominent citizen of I IT
Harding has been elected by vastlythe The women of Starke are keeping .."'toy, Hampton and Raiford have "f
largest popular majority ever giv in step with the changed conditionsand been appointed by the Southern Division I STARK! FLORIDA l

en a candidate. We thick it probable will do their patriotic. duty at the Headquarters, Atlanta
that his popular majority will be twice ballot box. American Red Cross to conduct Ga"1 i
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aa large as any candidate ever! re- 1 Fourth Annual Roll' Gall in their I
ceived.! 1 RESOLUTIONS OF ItESPET towns:
The I league of nations as submitted I Mr. Lewis B. Bitch chairman, assisted I -- ,
by. President Wilson to the senate To the Honorable n. A. Thrasher, bv Dr. Goodson-at Raiford.

was very foolishly made the iue. If Judge of the Eighth Judicial ClrI Mrs J. T. Moore chairmen assist-j j -- - .- .. - .. ------ . -- --- --. - ---- --- ------
the democrats had won it would not I cult of Florida: od by the Woman'* Club at Luwter.Mr j Ray local chairman of this, ortcamzaI -
have been ratified until they secured Your committee appointed by your *. J. Allen, chairman assisted I lion has subscribed for seven copies j
r a two-thirds majority in the senate honor on the first day of November by :Miss Ada Nirrmo, and other prom- j of the Junior Red Cross", New: which GENERAL INSURANCE
sod this they would never have done. 1920 to draft resolutions! upon the Irent ladies, at Hampton. I will be used in each grade to incite I
The Times-Union dM the beet it couldto death of the late Judge J. T. Will. re- ---- -. -- I the children to service while they are HAROLD C.
prevent th. party from being aacritaed lapactfttlly submit the following resolutions {I. I D. C. MEETING young. There are 277 children in tho WALL I
to this III OUt!, and the fight was ,' : I grades mentioned and a Junior Red
euocwstfuJ so far as Florida was con Whereas, Under the providence of Mis Etta Time and Mrs. LutherG. Cross: button has been ordered for', STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE
cerned.. Thin state sent a delegation God in the course of !nature the Honorable Powell entertained the Unjted each one. The children do not have i
, % to'tlte Democratic* convention almost Jam TbomweH Wills died in Daughter of the Confederacy Wednesday to pay annual dues-they only have LIFE, DONDS, AUTOMOBILE
r unan'raoucly opposed to making this CainoHville on the 2nd day of August afternoon, at their hospitable to )promise to serve others less tpr- (
k'i the issue of the campaign but what mo! after having served as Judge of home in Starke. The ball and reception tunate than themselves and to be
could twelve men do in a convention the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida room were ,simply. but charmingly helpful in small way ap removing I
of more than a thousand The Florida for more than seventeen consecutive decorated\ wit nbeaotiful white chrysanthemums ,glass and nails that might cause ac '
a delegation was not even strong year; andWhereas and ferns, and during' cidents. A collection of forty-five \
enough to make it* protect heard. Del- 'I In addition to his brilliant the social: half hour the hostess entertained cents was taken from each grade to !
egatlons from other stales. forced this mind he was eminently fair and unbiased graciously.The I pay for badge buttons and the Junior 1 $10,000.00 MAN WANTEDW
A Issue and the result speaks for it.llelf.I' and was possessed. <>f that rare meeting was called to order by i Ked Cross News.

We are glad that the oppo1'lt'ntsf' attribute known as the judicial! temperament the president, Mrs. 1.. A. Davis, and' --.. went nn ." deafer in every county in the State to Mil. Matthews Full
the league of nations in the South ; .and Mrs. W. J. acted AutamatM Light and Timer Plant .
I Epperson as secre CLAIM NET: IlKPimLICAX GAIN for country hom. In >i..ccuful OM for t.. ntrircar
wallowed their disappointment and I. Whereas, During his tenure of office tary. Treasurer reported all expensesfor Of POSSIBLY 10 SENATE SEATS ,, If jro. ar. the ort of'nan who ran Intent own n of eountrybonu.. fat
stood by the part).. As an instanceI I he frequently sat in the plave of some the year paid and $57 on hand. I men Ulrrmcn and nwrehanbnn town without electric lights in high tmi cqulpmm -
+ the Georgia democrat passed reso-I I Justice of the Supreme Court *f Florida After hearing annual reports from I of nnquotlonablc merit, m have a proposition Involving an Invntmenl of
Washington. Nov. 2. A
'+ b lotions condemning the league of natlons I and at all times, whether upon, officers and chairmen of Handing com- net rcpub- only about *1.000ha& will open up for you a permanent, profitable buntnna which
l but gave the usual majority for j the Circuit Bench or in the Supreme mittees, the election of officers\ for the lican gain in of "eight and possibly ten"seats j will expand automatically year by year. Writ ua for ""w11ll. including cri.tion! .
the senate claimed late of salt metbodi
was your which iiunrv the
sumo of Matthew dealer .
t the democratic ticket. The !oIUCof Court, his conspicuous ability a* a coming year took place, which resulted tonight by the republican senatorial *

the democratic party is too importantto I truly great jurist never could be mis- as follows: committee on the basis ofearly. reports I TilE JOIN I. BROXSOX: CO.
the South to be sacrificed on a tempOrary ,.taken or overlooked by the bar of his President :Mrs Luther G. Powell. from the senatorial fights Vie. .
issue. I state: and Vice President, Mrs. Othma L. tog LAURA STREET JACKSONVILLE FLORID

The democratic party is founded on j Whereas, lie had the respect and Haynes.Secretary.. Dakotaldihn t .:.- -

vital principles and cannot be destroyed. | confidence of the bar of the state Mrs. L. A. Davis. Oklahoma] Arizona and Colorado. ,j .
It has wandered far from t those who loved him most were those Treasurer :MrV W. F Davis. !
i i "Should
the actual
results bear out
them, and during the last eight years who knew him best-the entire bar of historian Miss Amelia Ray. '' the early indications giving the republicans GOOD CITIZENSHIP
has abandoned them entirely, but it '! this circuit and many lawyer in oth'cr Registrar Mis Olive Ray. 'I' a gain of eight seats." said the-
will come back and fight again!; and it circuits who knew him well, but After the meeting adjourned Mh committee's statement
"they will
I has won some of its most brilliant victories j particularly 1 I. thin true of the members Tison and :Mrs. Powell served a perfectly have at the next session 57 seats to
soon after the most crushing of the bar of Bradford county: delirious salad course consisting the "
9, n majority of 18.
defeats. It drifted from its mooringsto for each of them had known Judge of chicken mndwiches cracker
Should they win all ten (seats! they
nominate Greeley: in 1872, and was Wills intimately for many year, aIM olives and cocoa with whipped cream. will hove a majority of 22."
overwhelmed, but in 1874 it elected a each of them counted the judge his On t-a-h plate as a favor was placed a ii -ra __, .. -. -._- --- i
i large majority. in the house of representative perosiinl friend. In fact to several tiny bouquet of white chrysanthemums I
and elected the president 'of them 'he had I bet>n a* a father ever and ferns Don.t Pic* CvtaP.JnterBlindfoldel
!il two years later, though that year the since he first became judge; and" ---. ---'---- -
republican stole the presidency for Whereas, In addition to renderingsuch METHODIST!! gBANK .?

6 % Hayes. On other occasions striking distinguished service as a jurist '.., Cp
sFt t victories have followed crushing" de- it will long be remembered that he Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
i ftatn and if the party will become made a lustinp; reputation for himselfas Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. .-
democratic.. in principle again as well a lawyer nod as a legislator; and Kpworth League 6:45 p. m. fAl.t ''J OUiTiJi
us in name It will win other victories | Whera,. It is well to recount some Prayer meeting, Wednesday TtO: I
The bond amendment seems to be of the publir actions of this gifted p. m. fA f

P defeated by a two-thirds majority but r. an, yet some of his outstanding i.r- Our motto: 100 per cent of membership !
the return are not sufficient! to justify canal characteristics ought not to be in attendance. Public cordially Get the One Who Can I _ft
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a positive statement to this effect. For forgotten; he was a pleasant and invited to be present.J. Help You Sell Your Cooda,

this the Times Union is shedding no agreeable: acquaintance, a true and:I C DIGGS. 1 r "". .,........" ........- .. ., ,
tears.Tlmt's.Union. loyal friend, and his devotion to his Pastor WE have the - --.
4 -- -.---- family was a. A bank
marvelously ani makes
l strong a good ciliren. Tha t'" a broad as. I
HALLOWE'EN: "FESTIVITIES steadfast; now, therefore. ATTENTION FARMERS UNION ability to help section but it is universally,. true.A .
I Be It Resolved That 'n the deathi -- you sell your goods and :
4 Last Friday evening at the armory i Judge James Thornwcll Wills the All members of Farmers Union No. we can do this at a and who good citizen is one who in independent, self Supporting
does things conductive
the Woman' Hallowe'en state of Florida, and 509 to the best interest of the com
} dub. gave a merry I especially the are urged to attend the next ,
Eighth Judicial reasonable cost to you. munity. The man who has a b ank account i Is independent he
1 party which was enjoyed to Circuit and more e meeting Saturday Nov. 6th to ascertain ,
s. the fullest extent by the public In general j 1 penally Bradford county, and most the acreage of cabbage that can Economy and stand- is thrifty, he is able to pay his nay and he contributes to theireneral \
and the ladle in charge are due especially the members of the bar nf be (grown by union members. If impossible I wraith of the communi ty. His funds are in circulation.
I a vote of thank for the pleasure they the said county, have sustained irreparable to attend you will please give ardization are the He pay tales and helps to ma ke things go. Likewise man
loss for he watchwords here. We who has money and property I In. community is anxious to seethe
gave and the money they realised was an intiispen-- aboVe information to the secretary.A. .
which will be the "nest egg" for the sable friend a brilliant lawyer a J. THOMAS use Hammermill Bond. community prosper. Why not open up an account with. ua
s + fund to build a woman's club house. great jurist, valuable. citizen and a Secretary. today OCR DEPOSITS ARE INSURED. !
$101.00 was the amount made, and i I Christian gentleman; and -- - standard economical -
after paying all expenses connected Be It Further Resolved! That the. JUNIOR RED CROSS IN B. H. S. business paper and '' '
i lj I "with the entertainment there Is left a i', bar Bradford county extends to the we turn out a grade of LAKE BUTLER BANK : ;

R i balance of 7863. i:I I family of the late Judge Wills the Mrs. John :T. Toler, American RedCross printing that brings results -
tI t.lra. E. Markley Johns, Mrs. A. W. deepest sympathy of each and all its representative from I State, County, District and Cit) Depository
Anderson and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright members; and organised a Junior Red for customers..

0 were in charge of the candy table '! Be It Further Resolved That these grammar and primary Atlanta'l 'LET US SHOW YOU LAKE: BUTLER FLA.
where the most delicious homemade resolutions! be spread upon the min the B. H. S. last weeIi.; '

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--- Mr. and Mrs W. F. Godwin and 1 Colegio Ingles-Mrs. E. Philips

Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley. of Law. The Other Side of the Mexican PUT FIGHTING vv1

tey, attended the quarterly conference Question-Mrs. J. H. Rltch. J APrintings
of the --- -. 1i.
Methodist church in
Starke Sunday afternoon.J. MEETING OF COUNTY COMMIS-!

F. Houser. Hampton's live real ,

II estate agent, was a business visitorto Monday, November 1st, the board of

I Starke Monday. Mr. Houser's family county commissioners was called to -

qLIt II O.. r-. 9mttt. ..* Wtr recently arrived from Alabama, order at the court house in Starke at IK lOU ARE PALE AND WEAK,
1M1 Irw M M. C.- .'s. Tmmm, T and are all very much pleased with 10 o'clock a.m., by Chairman C. A. WITHOUT AMBITION YOU d \ :

their new home. Roberta with all members present, to-
wit: James Reynolds O. V. Brooks,
- II Brings
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Mr. and Mrs. Williard Smallwood, J. M. Brownlee and Drew Reddish. TRY
Markley Johns spent Friday U- you wish to either buy or sell a of Maryland, were guests at the homeof Minutes of last meeting read and Clients .
I \' farm see Inman, E.. A. Strout Farm Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Richard Wednesday approved.The -
Agency, .at Starke, Fla. and Thursday., Mr. and Mrs. 1 pauper allowance of Isaac DISEASE Not every business risk a show /l

Haynes, of Hampton, was in Smallwood were married only a few Clark was raised from $2 to $5 per AND Klml'S'OU want to win more

Wednesday Col. Joe Hill Williams of Lake Butler days ago and were on their wedding month. WELL AM ENABLES clients use more printing end use Y

I has been in Starke during: the trip. Mrs. Smallwood is pleasantly The pauper allowance of Amanda YOU TO WORK WITII the kind of prlntln hit faithfully 1

I IiMrs.. W. H. Graham visited rela- week, on business with the circuit remembered here as Miss Dora Lee Thomas was raised from $10 to $25 I'LEASUKESerious represents your" business policy.

| Jacksonville] Friday court. Aitcheson. per month for the -month of October. You five money end mike money
Application presented by Mrs. Lau. sickness often cornea when for your p trons. Do the same for I;

F Stump made a business trip Albert Dubosc, who has held a position I Mrs. Fred M. Dees was painfully ra Wilkinson to have her name placed you least suspect. You may feel a lit [ vonrself by urine an rconnmtriltlgi ,

Friday. with the S. A. L. railway superintendent -_ Injured in an automobile accident on upon pauper roll. Upon motion and tie over-tired. You haven been exposed \ tirade paper Hsmmerrnlll

Tampa, is home again, the Melrose road, a few miles southof second laid over until next meeting of to conagion, yet all of a suddenyou I Bon rn-1 food printing both or
I board. I are flat on your back and in forA T>..Melt M
and men's Suits having been transferred to this point. town, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. c can ".ve you. 'J'
at young Stump's.Mayor Decs is just learning to drive and at Bond of E. E. Burney, deputy eheriff siege of sickness. !; It ym want ;?"lr,tlnit service end
( $35 Your blond did'nol have :
o fighting 1
in the presented and . .
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines of Lake a narrow place road the car ; approved. !>! 'v c-vc utc u trJi'l.
Butler, were visitors to Starke Mon left the ruts and before it could he Notary Public bond! of E. K.: Per- quntitU-fc. It was \\j-ak and thin Your
L. A. Davis made a business
collided with and William Johnston vitality and powers of resistance were | lIKADroitll) COUNTY TELEGRAPH'ENTAWOR1 ;'
ip to Jacksonville Saturday. day and while here were the guests of stopped a large pine ryman presented I r
Col. and Mrs.JX K. Knight. tump. She was thrown heavily and approved.Chenlcy low.When
against the steering! wheel I and BIIHtninod -- I'ogg, county enumeratorI you overdo you use up ener I :
i !Mrs E. L. Biggs spent Sunday with gy. Your blood is driven to do 'ethan
her agrlcultudnl statistics. of BradfordI l lI
1'allful.brul.n: about body I
sister Mrs. Oliver, of Baldwin. Supt. and Mrs E. R. Poppell and
r it can. It becomes clogged with
children spent Sunday in Lake Hut- Will Kite, who was instructing Mrs I I Ifees comely presented the rolls and after :

LadieKTlress Shoes $3.75 to ler with Mrs. Poppell's parents, Mr. I in the handling of the car, wa! ,I I being examined and approved by the \Disease\HktLTho waste nets like 0111011. 1 1jl.JCOLUMNU
germs get in your blond unit
and Mrs. II. Tomlinson. thrown partly through the windshieldand board, it was ordered that said rolls
|Ti, at Sitinip's.ilcadquartet'a dominate.
sustained several slight cuts be forwarded to the commissioner of '
Don't let yourself, get run down.''
from the broken glass. The j agriculture.
I Mrs. A.-J. Underhill and Miss Flos car was
for and oats
rape, rye ] Take that good tonic, Pcpto-Mnngnn. I
I The
badly !
damaged following names were receivedfrom
sie Rigdon left Wednesday for De- I
?,'d. Kicklitcr. 10292t. It makes rich, red 1 blood that will resist
I I Land md other points south visiting the board of public instruction, FOB SALK: t
and rout out disease -100( barrels of corn.
| B. F Kenfroe, of New River, paid (I friends and relatives. ADA KENNEDY BRICE I widows'asking that pension they fund be placed and upon paid the tho Pcpto-Mangun is widely and honit-i j I $1.5.:! W. A. Crosby, Starke. It*

br ofll a pleasant call Monday. I ily endorsed by I - -
physicians It is ef-I j
'. Mrs. W. H. Barrett and little daughter In Key Vest on October 3rd, following 'amounts: ;" ; 'lTNT'n '
Honor ft'ctlve and easy to tllk('. ('I''nr ii> !IJ ( EGGS-I want
I Stella, went to Gainesville Sunday after an illness of only 10( days, Mrs C. Crews, $10. ,
| J. M. Starling, a prominent citizen
1920/ Mrs. Maggie Browning cither liquid or tablet form Ho IIIhave +< thorn Will pay you cash, f dO cents , /
afternoon to with Kennedy Brice I passed away at the / $50.
"_::: ', was in Starke Wednesday spend n week the same effect per loy.c-M. C. S. Durlintc's Store. +
Mrs. I 1) P. Chesser I,
Mrs. Barrett's mother, Mrs M. E. Ed of 26 years.She ,, $50.
J Mi Ti Scott spent the week- wards. leaves to mourn her Ions a tie-1 I Mrs. Marie Shadd, $40. Sold at any drug store. Hut hi'sUl'e I I I _ll-0-tf._..:_____ _
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After helngeomidl'r..d you not genuine I'epto-Man- j
the above
voted husband
James Armour Dries
Id (a 'kniville with Miss Mamie I l I, i gan-"Gud." Ask for It by the I.OST-Fif't dollars in War SavingsStamps
ni- r Dr. and Mrs. C. F.Saylce, who have end three small children, James Riley, recommendations approved by''
I llnwnrd for
name and bo the full return to H
sure tinnio r
the board.
been visiting at the home of her III1 Mary Lee and Doris Lucile, father II "
par W. .
. ( Ud'R Pepto-MatiKnn" la tin -1 Kicklitor: Starke. 11-5-21/ \
ents . and mother !Mr. and Mrs. E.: A. Kennedy : I ------ --
[Mi A V Long, of Palntka is aI' 111. and Mrs C. I.. Peek, left package.-Adv. .- ..
)< week of Mesdames S. E. Sunday afternoon for their home in of Lake Geneva; two sisters, NATIONAL: SING: M>VEMtlKlt 11 I -- - -- FOJ RALI'-Socon.1:
Mrs. I. C. Larkins of hand buggy andInumese
i I J M. Itrownlee.i Miami. Palatka and -
I in genii repair. Frank (I. ,'
Miss 111Kennedy, of Lake Geneva; On the IHh In Nt., at 8 p. m., at the
i d Mrs J. U. Crow, of Platte Mrs L. A. Davis leaves next Tuesday one brother, Seth E. Kennedy, of I Baptist church) there will be a Na- .( Seducing the Heuei.4. Peterson, one half mile north of,
Hi-hoolhouxe ,
are visiting Col.! and Mrs. for Orlando, where she goes to Jacksonville, besides many relatives! ,| tional Sing commemorating Armistice ""Homo little "folk" \\ "I'.; 1"'lni I Sllll'I ('. ltJ./
,I'ews.E attend the U. C. V. annual reunion. anti friends. Day. All ovr-r tno United States at "l'I.luliIou/ Ill'. Jlnberl winI'llin' % ) ---
Before I r June momma Afn-i, ,r much/ difficulty Ir / Fort SALK:-$lfiO marc for $75, If
returning home !Mm. Davis the hour tnj}
there will
"Leaves have their time nnnif be sings in :
fall Ifill
to .". ,', n.: HO hu'.:.' ." I'njui Jlobe ken within the next ten See
will days.
visit relatives
I\V i
in honor
Wainwright, of Midway, Leesburg. And flowers to of thin .irrtmt event I
wither! tit the north':' - -- I I -l I I ini, .1.i Imi-M ' :-.Hi-, : 'ye{' thereerr I 11. 1) Mott, at Consumer' }.ulIIl>i'r,
it iturday and Sunday with rel- WIIHIS breath i Mrs. Do Witt C. Jones has charge: of
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this section. E. A. Strout Farm Agency sold And stars the profvam and, will act ... __
to set; hut thou hast all, as accompanist .< > ,,II :. i'i' fit I lit' Ih.' .Jolt !* ,
4,427 farms last year, 401 last month. All season) for thine own, 0 Death!" l 11,10we! give the full program I I < ryunr-t rte'
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is We can sell yours. Consult Inman, ------- ,11'pIt 48
|L\erjday bargain day at I. I :: I
lump's. Starke, Flu 9-4-tf. Thus it surely deems when we thinkof Part I I II | UK Quinine That Due Mat Ailed Tin, II... j j pacify steam presmiro' canner, new,.
beloved Rcrnuiwi fif Its fimlr' end l ."fvrt rfTwt, ..\ for seed
I our Ado, so young in XA cane or syrup. Apply thisofllco
years, 'I Song, America! by the choir and llVt liKOMO MJININK': (lullIn) run t... torso !'
V r Turner Mrs J. M. Rising of so swept in character, taken from her hv anvitniwllhniit. munlntf .
of New River, was Philadelphia, : audience. I lirrvciinn. x i < i laptop ,
'small In tinlitiml., E.W.litoVt.! S ..- i,..,. ,,' .
t, w101Iday\ on buniiiess and was a guest of Miss kato \LivintfKton" I j|I children and her husband but {' Bible rending, 150th Psalm. .' VII -etcindigestion ;i: -- .
al .. :'omblncd.II. ( for the past week. Mm. Hilling left I I wo know there IB. a Hand Supremo'j Prayer. I! ---- -- -- --- J.OST-PI'om my homo bunch, one '

Wednesday for Jacksonvillevhere' 1 j I I which overrules death and never lets ,|I Hymn Holy Holy Holy. DCCaaCCaDCU.raaIIJ :: dark brown" spotted cow; marked.

:. J, Turner, of Gainesville, was inn I she will spend the winter. I II I' the enemy come in where it is. un-1' Solo, The Living God (O'Harll- '' aat'I crop two splits on one ear smooth ,

> )\lo/lI"y on business tend visited necessary. So while our finite mind' :'i MI'''. J. E.: Futch. I crop In other" branded> "MI; / Liberal

1>K ", r, J. O. Turner. Full soles sewed and Goodyear cannot grasp the situation, we leave P.attU: Hymn of tho Republic. I n 1 i ward| for information. T), W. '
I heels, $2. O. Phone 153. We all for it all with Him who makes no mis- j I Everybody: Neighbors. i I Moore, Tln'osna. ll- .2t .

n returned Friday from shoes and deliver. Electric Shoe Shop. ., takes, knowing she sleeps the blessed Columbia, the Gem of the Oscan g g --- .

where she visited Mrs. i It. sleep of the righteous. Vie mourn I Solo The Amcri",nn Come (Foster U .STRAYK1; : FROM( : JIoo.m-Ono: white .

'to not as those who have no hope, and )-Mrs. A. Z. AdkliiH. Many persons, otherwise El and red heifer calf 8 month! old .

The ladies of the Methodist church we are comforted with the thought The Star Spangled I P.unner. Evf Timorous and henltbf, sro O meshed l swallow fork and underbid ,

-I m I'-'ft Saturday for will give a bazaar early in December that "We shall press again her bund j Part II |3 bothered occatlonally with )tal in one our, and under square!! In tho'cithor.
hire will be in busi- Beautiful Borne sweet day, by and by" reward of $5 to .,
: he : fancy and useful unifies America, the' Bountiful. I n tndlr''BUon. Tbe effects of a MM finder. M.
will be on sale. Buy your Christmas At nn early age 4ho was baptized| The Landing of the Pilurinu (Can dlDordered stomach on the pj M. !Moody, Starke. It* .-
--- jutsunts! at the bazaar; and help a by rSro. It R. Moscley and! united with' tata.) f ------ ---- .
system dangerous and
are ,
-Fr.3c-.min spent! the week good cause. I the Elam Baptist church of Melrono '! Orchexlra-' 20 ( Macdowoll), J'I' prompt trentnn. nt of IndlfosB J! "Km. SALE, .() little SlIIII'lIbn\! (\
!' with.relatives and being a consistent Christian, a dfvoteiLwife -.>i'd rune $1./i0/ hundred I
Praise God From Whom All Bl'Hsing |3 tlon In ti.iportunt.I' ( "TliD only (Jj nt per ; IrtWl.
Mrs. Elizabeth Brcutc, who for and mother. Her sweet iharacI I Flow. medicine! ( have unclad has M riuantity $2 .per hundred! Henry It,,'

- many years,: lived in Statkc, died Oct. ter was loved best by those who knew Those who will sing are: Mesdami" been iiomothlog: to aid dlne "JJ Lewis, Ih'ookrr. Fist ll-B-8t':

.1( see the pretty BlilJin.iiump's. loth, at the State Hospital at Chat. : her bust, and words cannot express'what : J, n. Futj-h, E.: K. Pi'1'rymnTl, rM: K3 tlon and rlnan the liver," O! -.--.. ---- --- ,"

tahouchce. Mrs. Breeze was born in her true worth was to many, Johns A. Z. Adklns (sopranos) ; Mrs, a writes Mr I'Yfrt"' Anhliy, aMc tyj TJICM: HULLING I have lately put sin

----- Kentucky on May 24, 1881, and was many friends. dames n I E, Knight, L. G. Powell findMiss C3 (Inn.T"'IIL.., farmer. .'"J ninth ITKTV for hulling I rice' in thw k
I Andrew Sr., spent last in hor !yoth year I She was laid l to rest !in tho Elam: Doris (altos)) ; Mi't'rx II "My medicine III LJ bust' manner and, ask thin public tt

uita n in Callahan and I cemetery, wh'-ro the largn company' D. Law, L, G. Powell, A. E. Wall pntron'zi, III" Toll rensntiablp, work ,: f,
[ It never jolna, it never guts too! -which gathered: and the many floral I i (tenon) ; Messrs. Powell T. T. Long/: The ford'sBUCDRAUGfrf a tor'i I Miil: n1 .' "ol'f)!". '1. It. UI'lwn.t:

hot, it never gets too cold to be on the tributes testified) to the high' esteem I and Wilbur Scott (bass). Tlionker:, Fin. llr8t
line lot of in Ladies' hi which she held .,
bargains by
job. E. A. btrout'a agent or icpresculalive way all. --- -- -- ,
.11 Stump I( is always on hand. Words of comfort were spoken by''1 ({ LOST Oil STRAYED--One creamcolored

I Rev. Hieks. after which the ladles of C'OW. marked smooth crop In
L :a Sweat is in Jacksonvillen Mr. and 1 Mrs. A. S. Crews had as I the Eastern Star took charge with I' Dally Thought. : both, ears! one rod cow marked crop* '

brother, T. R. I Sweat:> at I visitors this week Mr. and Mrn. Crow, their, very impressive ceremony j A single prut i-l'nl UiciUfriit turnedheavenward n for indigestion/ and stomach F3'troulJle nnil upper hull crop, crop tutu und'r ,r

Ri. ,'eraide. of Plattsburg, Mo. Mrs. Crow Ijf: remembered "God lent thee for a little whilo IB lb. must porfe'-t prnyur.Lousing K of any kInd. I have half crop. Sultablu reward for
heie as Miss Ole Brooking, To bless] our earth. Thy face tJt never found all1'llllnlthat\: Kt information corncciTiiinf abova rowi F

Ladies Winter Cloaks $12.50. and her friends were delighted to lice Is here forever, and thy -- --.-- -- ----- EJ touches the spot, like llluckT9: | .Il I. I). Andrews, Uaiford. 11-5-41 j
T l'j..iu, at her again ways Pile Cured In M Drnught. I take it In broken j .._
limp's. They will spend| the winter Shining with Christ-like i 6 to 14 Days uS --- ---- -- --- --*:
- in Flioridu with grater, I frttJU'.d..,,,, mm.i-v If PA7O OINTVKNT, doses after inr''!n. For a long: CjRJ l-'Oft HA I.J'-: Regal r
Mr. and Mrs. Linger:\ to light the washing
I' i C 'I rugged path 'i., I I I.l': I L too Ii-diii4,ir l't'-i ..' lur time I tried pills, which griped rjPt v's
Jordan and little son, of Charlie Brooking, Gainesville.I Our .. .. .... ninfliiiK-, and wringer, arid number : '
near feet must tread. '11"0'' I I Inv' I hill I'll."!. "t.1 I Ml and didn't give; the rood I f e, ''
II v: itmg at the home of I I I II w_ -._ ,A ___--.____ -, 1111' . ...'. .." t' results lnck-I-Draught liver _UQ of plows, harrows. nnd) other farm

T. J. Griffin. Try a pair of Korry ]Crown solos, a BAPTIST invillrlno\ )s
I green leather. Phone 1CJ. Parcel Millions for : M to keep, inexpeuslve." M' _1 na. l-C-2t.. I t tUSED

Is 11'1'10 i McKay, of Watertown, I post paid one way. Electric Shoe Baptismal nervier at the 7HO:;: Sun- aNew :j Z Opt a paoliajju' : from your -- -__--. n "
I CAn!
D {
itor of Mrs. W. 11. Staike. g pn ,
' Shop, It. day :
I IH ernKrltt
( 'I'ningnlu'hinp service. : toflny-Auk for and
.r : gee Ol4emohile X 7 ,'. '
; Jor-
{2 passenger
F I Secretary of Florida B. Y. P. U., StomachI|: Insist upon 1Corl'tho Caceiiuine. den, both practically 4 '
The following out of town people Mr. O. K. Armstrong, will be tho tI only f% new: pas.
I a Weeks and children, of I came to Staike Wednesday' to vote guest for week I I nirrr! J King R; /B /passenger/ lIulIc4
:m aturday and spent the democratic ticket Hon. a through the kindness Ono of the greatest ,\'", 'ele'lia mLlUnn) Get It today Q ; r piiHscriKcr Moon. All In Ono bI
: A. V. of our local Senior Union I
I s. with bars W. L. Wall: I Long, of Palatka; Mr. and.l Mrs. C. K.Enscy In church work will be held nt Classes 4:30: ] sires said to his 1J\'H".rn.! A million jT f.:1: EHi Cn'::! >shape and real bnr Hlns. Flol'lrllI.1'1'I"ll'r .

Geo. W. Uaisdcn and Ncwn 6:30;: and 7:30) p. m. week dollars, Doctor, spot dish, un'l nil grunt i| ClCDlClDCCI2CGttI f'n., GnirirBvllle, FJa.llfi.flt. .
every day
Atotrney A. V. Long, of 1'a-1,i'I Jones, of Jacksonville, and It. A. except Saturday. I!i| hung, for a new .'.oll..h.'I. m, .1 l i'.a: I ,.

-i all'i in town this week at- [I Weeks, of lirookcr. On Wednesday, Nov. 10th, at 7:10:: J the sick man trronneil and timic l way. i;

frm of circuit court. p. m., the ordination of J. T Qu'gloy' i' Ail bill \M-nltli could not nuikn Ilim-1 .

to Stump's Kev. J. B. Rooney, presiding elder to the deaconate will be observed i f happy or rontuntvil, for 1"II'Ih".lIlarlCe-" I i I -- - } r
bargains. of Jacksonville district, preached Sun- I I lye (|I-IOIKH upon d iJr".t lon. Without I

( day at the Methodist church, and was. MISSIONARY SOCIETY; )iOLDSERVICE I I| health whore does happiness foino ins ; I
W 1 II i Cash
Liddon .left Wednesday the week-end Capital and Bank Crcdil
I II) ">n fi>t Jacksonville where she J. W. White. guest of Mr. and Mrs. /) TIMS AFTERNOON" : : I! After all the Htomwli plays a great !

.lIulCh'4.r :Mrs Jack I part in everyday lifo. W.tliuiit a :
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''So l I I Mr. ; Missionary Society of i healthy stomach' wed good diRimtHin our i iI i iI I
and Mrs J. Smith motored the Methodist\ church will hold '
Icty- i I tfl' Jacksonville last weak, with Mr j vice this afternoon at 4 o'clock at a serI the I blond is thin, watery dud |10 ,r, our I i Bold. can be built up and maintained, ready for unc. t
day Burt, Texas Rustproof!!) and Mrs. G, C. Sweat and while In the church. This, week! has been ,I heart B' tlon Is weak our liver dory Dot i
,I f ter'a ulffhrum Oat Seed, any quantity. ,' city attended the Sweat.Hodges wedding natnd us! a week of prayer fur this dcslR'I organization I[I I do its duty, and man is miserable\ and Every\ farmer knows that, good equipment| ; .hcln| a lot to

10-29-2t. and they will hold this j i| unhappy.' I'rnvsnt illneuHe by putting I make work easier and acu.mli.h more in a given time

'i rut. S. R. Ward has I public service this afternoon and the '1 tho house in order and Htrenetlinninff I Iclpful bank service should, \II! made a part of f your farm p
1 from been trans- Miss Mildred Crosby went to Val. offering made will be given to the tie, system against the If' rate' of dmt'uHu. 1 and
f'l lined
Camp Gordon I I equipment, conntdntly.
to Camp dO"la'Ga.. .
| Thursday to visit her sis Vafhti Home
at Thomasvllle Ga. All J> J'iorni of I
f-on ? c He Is i r ), tlio Invaliils' llotul andSurgical ,
with the trans- | tcr, Mrs J. W. Howell and attend the ladies of the church specially Invited I There is a financial side and the nerds
orpa | Valdosta Institute, nt Ilnffulo, N, Y., to farming, farmer fay
Fair, Miss
Crosby returned to bo
} Monday. Id-low we rive the Everybody welcome! years ago| understood dmcaiM-ii and their I I I b$lh a cash h Catiital' and bank credo' -- both filh in well with. I I 1;)k'(
*on Was born to Mrnd Mr. program prevention, and h.. dlwovon-J) certain i riot I !.!.
J. Turner I 'I Leader, Mrs. J. C. Diggs.; I I the farming pays In fact, tlie successful farmer i is '
of Gainesville. Mr. Mr, and Mrs G. C. Sweat motored root and herbs which were nature's "
Mrs, Turner 495. : always the one with some working capital in the form of .1
were formerly of this remedies and r
to Jacksonville last week to attend Prayer IIlIer"I"J! iu putting them ;
y the marriage of Mr. Sweat's nephew, Scripture reading, James 1:5-8. up in a* form that could bo easily procured .I I I scab and bank crrdit at his, commarid. Mere you can "

feal Mr. Wilson Thomas Sweat, to Miss Possibilities of personal prayer- at tl.n drug store (liquid or i build a cash capital end cultivate bank credit. I

flump' irj Men's Suits Sara Dorothy Hodges. three minute talk-Miss Olive Ray. tablets). This he rallied Dr. Pierces: I II

Scripture Reading, Deut 6:1-9. Golden Medical Itim-ovt-ry. This Pis-
Mrs. L. S. Emery and little son and Family 1'raypr-three minute talk eovery gives no false stimulation b. L
acre. John
Geo. W. Alder. Mr. R. P. Mattox, of Jacksonville I
-Mrs. L. A. Davis. I
R. L Mann and T. C. (ha.taif\ spent Friday }ore with relatives and cause" it contains no alrohel w any ii.r- !,
Prayer-Mrs. W. E. Middle Rank of Starke '
s eotle. It
among the Lake Butler visitors friends. Mrk. /Emery is rememberedhere I ton. helps digestion and the ntTmllatlon 1\\ .

arks during: the week. 1 as Miss Louise Mattox.! Song "If fi. -' ', X of such elements in the food i I ,

...- - -- The Vashti! Industrial School lr)) Mrs. as are rmiuircd for the blood. It fives 7Tie, Bank of HelpfulSelvice. j' t >
vrs T..te'''"* ebCL T.- Joe Hill Williams. Esq.. of Lake J W. White. to the blood the food Ujinoats" the tI. I I '.,... tantf' br P.....,... ind ,., Butler, was among the out of town Duet.-Mr A. Z. Adkins and Mn. sues require. I"' over fifty :ycsf It I E S. MATTHEWS, Pre*. GEO. C. WI BTE Cashier I .r j<

.vlpadU tIM( blood. Yon emu soos ,......._.. attorneys attending the fall term of I E. K. Perryman. faiui enjoyed the eonudmc of tuAmtrictu I I I .. I I

1Prb: qa the circuit court in Starke this week. Training, a Mexican Leadership at public Try it cowl \ .__ __ u ___ .__-. _- _- ,
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t. GROCERIES Dry Goods, Notions Men'sand.Bo Y s' othing

store We in the have county.the most Flour complete is our specialty stock of,Groceries and you can of buy any Yard Reduced Wide to Mush---.__________.____..__________- '.20 Men's Reduced Pants to, worth_---..$2.00...-------- -...---------- 10.00

.. it cheaper here than at other stores. Every pound, guaran36 inch Unbleached 11usGn, worth 45C: Good Work Shirts, worth $2.50 1 75
; j; oj f teed. . ........l ljfiijSJiliGoocTGreen ; Sale Price ------..----------------.--------- .28 Reduced to __-__-._-----------...----------
J .;!.,,,' ,. .o. Coffee '.,' ., ... 1 AA ; .' ;. .: t.... .
J Muslin
-, i' Bleached woth 50c. y Work'.Shirts, worth $2.25
Sale Trice, 8 pounds for______________________ l.l/U Sale PriceBleached -------------------------------- .35 Reduced to __.____.__._______,,---------- 1.45

Best Granulated Sugar Muslin, worthiOc and 45c. Men's Collars
Sale Price, Pound ______________________r-__ .14 Sale Price ___________________, ____________ .25 Sale Price ------------------- ,------------ 20
Best Rice Men's Suits, worth $50.00
; Very Sale Price, Pound __________________________ .10 P'; Reduced to _______________._........---------- 40.00

f, : Salt _______ 1 20 tea: ; Men's Suits, worth_. $45.00...... ...... 37.50
Sale Price, 100 pounds _______________ a J Reduced to -------- ---------.-

YOU MONEY ON ALL OF YOUR GRO Men's Suits, worth $40.00 30 00
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CERY PURCHASES -- ----------- --------


Prince Albert Tobacco NECK TIES REDUCED 20 PERCENT. +
Sale Price, 1 can 13c; 2 for__________________ .25 7 I
Bleached Muslin, worth 60e. I'o
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U. S. Marine I Tobacco Sale Price ---------- no'V. t It $20.00 '
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':t Sale Price, each ____________________________. 'Y Reduced to ,.. 12:50;
. Dress Percales, worth 50c. -----------
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Apple Sun Cured Tobacco 5 Sale Price _____.___ -___ .
__ ___________ .2 Boys Suits, worth $12.50
Sale Price, per plug _________ 8 50
worth 45c. yard \ Reduced to
J Best Outing 25 '" -- -------
4 4I Mule Tobacco Price ------ .
Brown Sale ----
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tr .Price, per plug _______________________ .25 BOYS' PANTS FROM 50 CENTS UP.
Bootle Befit Apron Ginghams, worth 45c yard -
:, all kinds Price --------
25 Sale --------------------- LADIES' WAIST'S
Sale Price, three for ---------------------- \
? Dress Ginghams, worth 50c yard About 50 Ladies.Waists
'. Sale Price ------------------------------- ..39 Prices i from $6.00 down to_,.._,,..------------- 1.60
Best Grade Dress Ginghams, worth 75c. '-
47' SWEATERS new assortment of sizes'and coil -
Sale Price ----------------.-----------------
1. 201 bra just arrived and will be put in this sale.
l\. P Ladies and Children's Underwear reduced from 25
Per cent.
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We have a 6000.00 stock of Shoes for you to select
r A LARCE STOCK OF LADIES'HATS,ALL BRAND NEW from. We are putting every pair in this sale at a reduction '\
F '' STOCK ALL TIlE LATEST STYLES. ALL ARE REDUCED of from 10 to 35 per cent. We have a pair of shoes for each \
Z l, IN PRICE DURING OUR GREAT SALE. member of your family, from baby to Grandpa. \
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;t YOU NEED The largest assortment of Men's and Boys' Hats in the
County. Have got to be'sold during the next Thirty Days, A FEW LV>IES COAT$ STILL ON HAND GOING AT A

t j:, NOW IS TilE TIME TO BUY AND SAVE MONEY. including Men's and Boys' Caps. BARGAIN

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-rw-: PEST THREATENS "skeletonize" the leaves; that is, eat No premiums with
1IIB PEA AND BEAN CROPS I off the epidermis and leave the veinsto FARMER BROWN ; , l , (
form a lace work. Damaged leaves t I' Camels-all quality 1 1CAMELS

That the Mexican bean beetle, now soon shed off, leaving only the bare
destructive in northern Alabama, stems of the plant. Hey there, Brown t
cr y have been introduced into All parties noticing any insects of H'm.What.
-ay also is the- startling information this description on peas or beans are are you sitting; out there mop- quality plus Camels ex
rought) to light by Plant Commis- requested to promptly notify the Ing and smoking: with your shoes (Iff'You're of choice Turkish and

Wilmon Newell, who was sent Plant Commissioner at Gainesville in always" kicking your shoes off
toner when you get; on a mope. What you choice Domestic tobaccos out the
v the State Plant Board to Bir- ,, order that steps may be taken to do pass

inKham a few days ago to confer ,: stamp out the pest while there is yet Say that Samantha fort when I've got; something most wonderful: cigarette smoke you

ith state and situation government existing officials there on I I opportunity. on my mind I take my shoes off 4, ever drew into your mouth 1
be serious I' e ,
I think
so can wiggle toes.
nd to learn what steps, if any, could VACANT LANDS TURNED INTO my

e taken to prevent this pest from RANCHES clearer What's that worrying way. you now, Brown ahrt Mh And the way to prove that

tting to Florida. I Why, you see, that pesky boss trader t statement is to compare Camelspuffbypuff
The pest was undoubtedly brought Scarcely a day goes by that we do is these
hanging around parts yet, with in
ia the vicinity of Birmingham in ship- not read in some of the state t any cigarette r
I skinning fool that he can catch.
any .
of alfalfa hay from Colorado, stories of the exchang'l '
nents es purchase the world
Got Widder Smith's boy good andplentytraded : ---------d'
the mining in Ala- I tracts of .
ode to camps land by outside capitalists, 1 him clean out of the _
lama. The insect has been known in who are planning to establish Immense x
I I' only mule they had. What do you Camels have a mild mellowness thatis
Colorado, for about thirty years where lire stock ranches in Florida. I know about that '
t has always been a serious pest of I Last week the Plant City Courier, I Traded the poor fool a boss that as new to you as it is delightful.

Pea and beans and was responsible, always thoroughly alive to the looked fine but he won't work and Yet, that desirable "body" is all therelThey' '
nder normal conditions, for these ress of the community, had a I' kicks just awful.
rops being largely omitted by the t story of the increase in the prog-I I Well, why should you worry? Tain't are always refreshing-t7iej/
from his farming operations.The of L.
armor J. Mountz, an old any of your comcakc. never tire your taste.
present dangerous situation plantation owner, formerly of Shreve-
,ay be traced directly to the activi- port. La. The article told of Mr. I know, but It makes me kinder
itchy all up my back. Guess I'll go Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty
ies of the Kaiser, in that the high Mountz purchasing G.OOO acres, which,
rice of foodstuffs during the war over and see Neighbor Oleson this odorl!
Added to his former holdings in that aftertaste unpleasant cigaretty
nd the home garden campaign result- section, gives him ranch of evening. Want to go?
d in Colorado folks everywhere growing acres, extending for a three miles 11,000 along No; too busy. What do I want to \\TURKISH BLEND& DOMES77CE Your say-so about Camels will be:
out there for?
garden peas and beans. The cul- both banks of the Blackwater and go tlawaarrc.
ure of these crops was thus extended flilUborough rivers. Well, won't be gone long, but don'tst rMj), but that's a great cigarette". .

into the big alfalfa sections and the According to the story Mr. Mountz up for me.
Mexican bean beetle went with them Howdy, Mr. Oleson. Thought I'd O.m.I..ofd..rrwMn In ao/
; will fence this entire .. ..
tract as soon as and Aftoaajfea of 9O oi --./ or n p fifl4 (tJWoMexMteek r
result, the beetles got into the alfalfa possible and develop a live stock ranch come over have a chat with you In.a-taeetae-pa/MMMiovered ......on. WmefRMuftrreooinmeniffMecierton
this evening. How are you all getting fcrio i.orotftoeppl
Alabama. I
hay shipped to
that will compare with anything in along? ?er when you trm vet '

that Recent alfalfa investigations hay from western have shown states the improved country pasture, keeping and about 1,000 10,000 acres for for Oh. fine Got a big lot cleaned up R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. 4!

lisa been handled by coitiiniHsion men the growing of forage crops with tot cane next yfKf. W6 will put in ', it c:.'

in several%Florida cities. It is likely which he will feed the live attic 1( 6\tf-! about ten acres! net! sranon. Just '

that some of this hay came from Colorado Ing! the short winter months, when the I'bought two acres of fine cane for seed -
just as did the Birminghamhay. pasture is not at its best. Do you think it will make enough to i

The supplies of hay, for Florida This sort of thing is happening all plant ten acres? ;
have, however, been purchased thru It mought and it moughtent.
over the state and it is evident to the
brokers in northern cities and on arrival most dense that Florida lands are in If it's good: I should say it would (
at Florida points have been mix and maybe more. Can't most alwaystell.
demand and that they are being takenup : I It i
ed with hay and distributed in at a rapid rate. We have repeat-
less than carload lots. It is thus Im- edly predicted that the momentum Well, we will have plenty of land

possible to trace the source of alfalfa gained during the past two years in ready so we can plant all the seed it

hay shipped into Florida in the past the; development of the live stock industry will make. I believe cane is the com-
three years and equally impossible to would precipitate an influx of ing crop of this country. We are going 1 I
determine from the records of the big investors and our prediction is to buy a big truck to haul it to _t I l *
commission houses, to what points the railroad and ship by the carload.
coming true at
even a more rapidpace ft
such alfalfa hay has been sent. that we could have expected. We Going; to make any syrup ?
The of the If I can buy fields ofcanl' ;
danger Mexican bean some more
have also urged the local live stock .._ .-
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beetle being In Florida right now is a who in guess: to; want to learn how. -- -- -
men contemplated staying the
grave one and the Plant Commissioner Well, you will have lots of cane that 4'I
cattle business that they had better sometime in July to a height of foot
/ a :
on, is asking the aid of all farmers, truck- make their will not be fit for seed; you will. wantto G. O. PAINTER FEHT1XIZEK
selections of lands and ur 18 inches. Prof. J. It. Watson, entomologist COMPANY .
work that
m irs and home the
gardeners in statear up syrup.
purchase them before the prices went Florida JACKSONVILLE
at the ExperimentSta I'L011r11Da00MPLKTB
'' watch Yes, that's what tell
.o out for it and promptly report they me.
up, as there would be fewer and fewer Well lion, Hays that most of the adult; PBRTILIZ1IMVBMTU.IZEM
to him at Gainesville insect DeWitt C. Jones has some
III any lands for them to use and the price moths will be unable to make their MATRnlALSI I
tscmbling it, sending specimens, ,if good; cane mills and boilers. You can
would soon become a matter of importance of after PHATRM
way through this mound dirt
ossible with get an outfit right here in
their Starke.Is .
report, enclosing :
to them if they hoped to con- Issuing from the pupa in the tree. IltSBCTICIDKSJPOOITatT. ...
lese in a tight tin or wooden box. that so. We were going: : to sendto mjm..f t
In the Birmingham; section this sum- tinue raising cattle and at that the Jacksonville for price list. Glad Therefore, they starve. The young Write..!.._ PrlM L/.,.. Ne..... Ch.e.e..-.>*< .ri_.._. ..MM.>*..Quito
kind of cattle they now raise on the borers, which hatch from the eggs laid
and you told
ier fall the pest has in many me. .
ranges would not be profitable on the on the trunks and limbs,,as they descend -
fields Yes and
accomplished 100 per cent de you can get your barrels
struction. This is particularly true in fenced ranches, BO they should begin and cans there, too, but you better the trunk encounter the mound I FARMERS .
I improving their herds by the use of and at once enter the bark. They are ,
the case of all garden or snap beans place your order soon and get every
and all pole beans, such as limas. The better sires and by dipping; them to thing: ready so you won't have to wait. thus Induced to' enter the trunk of tho j The l big "Hartford" has Just opened FARM DEPAKT-I 1

velvet bean alone is the only one that free them of the dangerous; Texas cat Such stuff goes out mighty fast that tree Instead of the crown or roots. MINT here. Takes cure of HltADFOIU COUNTY farmer
tle fever ticks. time of the Go in and heWitt Here they are not hard to get: to. make
seems to escape attack. year. give name as big western farmer. Everything you own or
The adult beetle all Large tracts of land are now beingpurchased ; Jones a chance. He'll know As soon as all eggs have hatched
found on partsof covered against. |101'11'1' by EIRE, LIGHTNING WINDI -
for this at eight which will be in October the moundshould
the plant, is a typical looking lady purpose what you want and you can use your I STORMS, CYCLONES: TORNADOES. You get advantage I II
twelve dollars in
an acre and some tractor to 3o be leveled and the bark scraped -
a bird little beetle over, but one-fourth unusually of an large inch; being long sections these prices may be bettered Yes, I Link so.your grinding. and the borers dug out. They will I of FIVE YEAH rate but only pay premium EACH YEAR, | 4j

The body is broad, rounded and fairly but it is notable that already an increase Say, Mr. Oleson, want to have a lit. not have penetrated very far at thin no intercut. Insuring claune much more liberal.! Restriction
thick and the color varies from lemon of from one to three dollars an tie fun one of these days' time and will be easily scraped off or heretofore on farm policies removed. First farmer )

yellow to reddish brown. There are acre has been made by many owners Yes, I tink so. dug; out. If the. trees were not mounded I showed policy rerogni/ed advantages, accepted at once. ,

sixteen small spots on the back of the of large bodies of land in the state in Well, I've been worrying over a the dirt should be dug away to ex. INVESTIGATE IT. Cannot tell you in this advertisement -

beetle, these spots being arranged in the past year.It neighbor widder's boy that's got skin- pone the crown and larger! roots. The the many features. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. I :+

three irregular rows across the back. is firmly believed by many who ned out of the only mule they've got: crown and roots then should be ttcrnp- Agency I< Nt. 1886. J. It. DAVIS & CO. Starke, |
The larvae, or young, are a little long have been watching; the trend closelyof by a pesky hoes trader, and I wantto ed. Fla.'r
er than the beetles, have six legs near development in Florida that there help the boy get even with him.lie's -- 'r }I
the will be no ten dollar lands in Floridain THE I'ECAN ORCHARD IN THE
front end of the body and the lat- a traveling hosa trader and a
ter is covered with thickly set spines. two years and the average lands in I bad one. Got a running: boss, too, and FALL
The larvae is a bright yellow. The large tracts will be selling from fifteen there's where I want to get him. NowI -
eggs are also brilliant yellow and are to fifty dollars an acre, in the can get hold of a young hoss that The pecan crop which is Just maturing Kill That Cold With _
laid in masses of twenty to thirty on rough. In areas where drainage is can run a good clip and I want you to : will be one of the smallest in
the under side of the leaves. being instituted, even in good sized make a match with this man. I can't recent years, according to the recent.

Both the beetles and the larvae tracts, are now selling for from fiftyto do it for he has met me and knows report of the bureau of crop estimates +'k&S
a hundred and fifty dollars an acre I'm Farmer Brown. Thirty-one percent of a full crop I is in

S En'SPlant and in small farms of forty to a hun Now, let's go out and I'll explain prospect over the entire pecan belt, '

:Martin's Hy-Test Seed for dred acres they are bringing from a I what I want you to do, and I'll makeit compared with 82 per cent last year
Good Results hundred and fifty to three hundred I pay YOIl.Fanner. and 60 per cent in 1918. CASCARA a QUININE c

dollars an acre and this means land Brown and Olcson then put There will be an active demand for
Heans. Peas, Potatoes and Onion that has never been cultivated but has I their heads together and lay plans to< pecans, both paper shells] and sued- Eon
Sets. Largest and Oldest Estab drainage and roads. I trap the horse trader. lings and growers should make preparations ROM-- AND
lished Seed House in the State. Florldlhall shown its heels to some Now, 111 furnish the money to bet : for harvesting the crop as Colds, Coughs La Grippe

Harden and Field Seed for Fall of the state in the past decade but we on and bring: the hoes and boy to ride fully as possible. '
Planting. Seed Oats, Rye, liar- firmly believe that it will far outdis- him. You drive over and make the I I I Most orchards have a cover crop Neglected Colds are Dangerous K'

ley: Millet. New crop Turnips, tance all of them in the next ten match as I told you. We'll all meet I between the rows at this time of the Take no chanc:... K.ep this standard remedy handy for the firm ."_... {S

Cabbage, Egg Plant, Pepper, years and that when the next govern at the colored schoolhouse, as there's year. This cover crop should now be Break up I cold In 24 lioura- R.ll.vOrlpp ..
ment census is taken it will show a a good strip of hard road. I removed so that the nuts which fall In S clayi-Excellent: : for Headache t

SEND FOREFALL CATALOGE. vastly greater growth than ever be- You'll find them camped down on will not be lost. Probably the bent Quinine in this form doe not affect the head-Caacara, Ie beet Tonic
r- forp-Times-Union. the creek where I told you. I'll get: I method of doing this is to'mow the Ia>eu
A. MARTIN SEED CO. out a good: crowd to see the race, say I crop down and allow it to lie until
JACKSONVILLE, Ii'LOmDADON'T RAPE ,MAKES GOOD HOG PAS. next Saturday at two o'clock. You thoroughly dead. The field should ALL DRUGGISTS SELL ITflCUELft

TURE I could bet some on it if you get a then be dieted well and turned, taking .
'" I chance. care to run the plows very shallownear
LEAVE STABKE([- Every farmer who has hogs to car: I'll be there before you start-just the trees to avoid cutting the

ry through the winter and spring:happen I along. roots.

should have a patch of rape on whichto I (To be continued) If this is followed by an acme or
graze! them. It has been demon I smoothing harrow, the ground will he'I

I strated that rape furnishes more grazing worth $63.28 an acre. Persons desiring in Ideal condition not only for harvesting
No Need to Seek Afar. :The Evidence ;, where the land has been properly further Information should writeto : the nuts, but for the conservation -

li at Your Door. prepared, than any other forage crop the United States Department of of moisture during the winter
i No need to'leuve St .ir
proof, because you have it here at liar it is son the quicker it will be mers' Bulletin 164. cover crop turned under. TUBES FIT tJVERSIZE" CASINGS

home The ghttorwurd state ready for grazing. S A great! many growers sow oats or
went of a Starke resident like that The land should be well preparedand DIG PEACH TREE BORERS THIS I I rye for a winter cover crop. This can
Chen below, bears an Interest fur every unless the soil is naturally fertile MONTH be done cither by broadcasting the

man, woman or child here In 300 to 400 pounds of fertilizer per I I seed just before turning or by drilling
Stark.O. i acre should be applied. It is a mistake I The most serious enemy of the peach I them in afterward. Tubes

J. Gridln. prop of grinding mill to attempt to grow rape on thin tree is a larva called the peach tree I(I A little later In the fall, after the Mirhrlin full size in are i'

and cotton gin, N. Walnut St., says: soil without any fertilizer. E. W., borer. The parent" this larva Is a trees have shed their leaves, low- /limn CHINK :'iii' ff '
"A few years ago I was baviug con Jenkins, district agent for thp agricultural : : moth which lays its egg upon the 'hanging! limbs should be pruned off, therefore not are s 3

siderable trouble with my back and extension division of Florida, I trunk and larger limbs of peach trees and it in also well at this time tit remove tretched thin r +'
kidneys. My back became sore and says that this fertilizer should be highin during late summer and early fall. I I any moss or mistletoe which der Inflation This un tii

painful and It didn't take much to its nitrogen: content. Sometimes The eggs are seldom laid more than ; may have gotten started. S advantage in q Ii';; InjE.
cause It to twitch. I felt achy and a top dressing of nitrate of soda U two feet from the ground. They hatch More detailed information can be Important ntpvcially (Gi. .

ore In every'muscle of my body and 1 applied just before grazing:, which i"I in a week or less and the young: borer secured by calling upon your local when buying tubes. :;'i1r

the way my kidneys acted proved they I always beneficial. It may be planted crawls down and begins feeding: on county agent or by writing to the for Cord tires, ;krr ''''r
were In a weakened condition. I took in rows or sown broadcast. When the bark at the base of the tree. Exuding Agricultural Extension Division of all

ftoan's Kidney Pills and got immediate I I planted in rows it requires about three ; gum I III an indication of their the University of Florida, Gainesville, ,
relief the and when work. The larva does not get far into -- -''' t N
Soon the trouble entirely pounds of seed to acre, ---- -- SMITHS GARAGK:
disappeared. I hi..e had no recurrence I sown broadcast, about twice this the tree until it Is several week i No Worms In a Healthy" ChileAn Starke. Fla. '' W0"7t C
of the complaint since." .' amount. old. It feed in the tree all winter ehttdna traablml with worm. have an ... tw
Price 641, at all dealer Don't 1 I Experiments carried on in Alabama and spring and most of them feed until IMaIlhyeoloor,whfcfc Indicate poor blond and s e.
.,hero la tn Momarh dletiirbanre.GROVES
'more or
imply ask for a kidney remedy get show that hogs grazed: on rape and July. They then enter the pupa TASTELESS: rlilll TONIC given rr uUrylor ", !
Doao's Kidney Pill a-the same that given a :half ration of grain made again stage In which they remain about a two of three week will enrh the Mmd. Ini t
Mr. Griffin I from each of month. I two*the dU had. Co acre
Foatar-Hllburn of 452 pounds .
: rain*Took)to it.wI......,. ..m. N.t.rowilltbrn\
Mfrs.. Baffalo, N. T. rape. This, when hogs are worth 14 To control these insects, the earth throw nlrordiMl".Il r ti-! '.(.:'' ., in..ChIM wl" l, I
cents a pound, would make the rape should he mounded about the trees 10 jrrttxA bealu "',......n. ui'MYa. sac uirVuiiie ,

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1 GRAHAM I attending to business In Starke Mon- I I the week-end with Mr,. Florence Hunter on a variety of grain feeds rather Baxter, of Jacksonville are spending
day. I! of Hague. than on any one feed used exclusively, the week here with relatives.
Graham, Nov. 5.-Cid Sparkman, of i I Mr and Mrs Green Moody and | R. P. Lewis and Nephew Purvis, no matter how good this material may Lieut. Bloxham Ward and family IENT-A4VOR11
Louise, was a business vialtor here '{ daughter of New River, were in our I were business visitors to Brooker on be. and Miss Olga Ward, of Gainesville,
Monday. i section Sunday.Mr. Saturday.Mr. Economy in livestock production requires spent Sunday here with relatives.
I Jake Roberts was a visitor to Hampton and Mrs. Leon Renfroc. was a I and Mrs. S. L. Prescott spent the use of pasture grasses and Mr. and Mm. Grady Kelly; of COLUMN
Monday.Mrs. visitor here Sunday. Sunday near) Wul lo with Mrs. Florence home-grown hay; grain and fodder Gainesville, spent Sunday here with .
4 W. J. Jones is visiting her Mr and Mrs. Ben Kercc. of I Lake Johnson. whenever possible. But in addition to the former' parents, Mr. and Mi" E. ,i
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stone, at Butler, passed through our burg Sun Miss Grace Pad ett, of Plant City these materials there I is always a I J. Ward. i FOR SALE-Good cypress syrup bar.
Windemere. /spent! Saturday evening; the guest of need for a mixture of grains in feeding -I Rev. Wood preached an interesting refs holding 85 gallons, price $4.
Messrs. Jake Roberts, Riley Was- day.Mr: and Mrs. Willie Johns were her cousin, Amy Starling work horses, dairy cattle, bog sermon at the Baptist church Sunday M. A. Dukes, Dukes, Fla. 10-29-St
din and Tom Mills were business visitors visitniR here Sunday. An excellent program was renderedat and poultry. Many mixed feeds soldon ninght.
to the county seat Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Andreu Dekle and the literary society Friday evening the average market have been a |i The protracted meeting will not begin FOR SALE-Jersey Wakefield cab-
"' Ky Mills, of Ziff, was here on business children, of Lake Butler, were attending . disappointment to the purchaser, as at the Baptist church until Next bage plants, $2 per 1,000. Pace
Monday. the convention Sunday. Linni Parker spent the weekendat they have paid too much for them. In i I I Tuesday night Everybody cordially Smith, Route 3, Starke. 10-29-2t
Mrs. Agahta Sparkman and baby, Jonip Bennett, of Lake Butler, was LaCrosse, the guest of her brother some cases they have purchased a invited to attend. -._
of Louise, spent Wednesday with Mrs. here Sunday. -- worthlessmaterial such as ground I i i,i Mrs. G. B. Colson was in Starke FOR SALE-No. 1 cypress shingles
Zora Dyal. Grace Welch was visiting her grandmother LAWTEY hulls sweepings and weed seed, tine-j'I1 Monday. $7.50 per thousand; primes $6 per
Mrs. Anna Youngblood, of Waldo, In Lake Butler Saturday. tured 'with only a small I,I Mrs. E. J. Ward was on the sick thousand. J. C. Crews, Guilford,
was here Monday trading. Miss Jessie Mae Uaisden, of Starke, Law try, Nov. 5.-Miss Clara Mae sound grain or some sweet substance list last week. Fla. 101tf.
John Starling, of Mountoocha, was spent Sunday here. Shepard is spending a few days at like molasses. I I Miss Virgie Hunter spent Sunday
here Tuesday visiting his daughters. Mr and Mrs. W. W. Balsden, of the home of her brother, Charles, at The laws of most states require that j: at Cooter Pond with relatives. FOR SALE-Five passenger Buick,
Odell Abernathy, of Jacksonville, Starke attended the convention her Milliard. feedstuffs sold in bags shall be labeled I)I Mrs. A. B. Surrency spent Tuesday Model 18, four new tires, in perfect
was here Wednesday on business Sunday/ Rev. J. J. Treadwell held his quarterly with a tag showing the guaranteed here with relatives running condition. Bargain. E. E.
Murphy Price, of Brooker, was attending Rev Mullady and daughter! of appointment at Grace Methodist chemical composition and sources of Messrs. Smith and Jernigan, of Canova. 10-29-31.
to business here Wednesday. Hampton, attended the convention i inhere church Sunday morning and even materials. Prof. C. II. Willoughby, Clayno, were in town Tuesday.
H. F. Price, of Kingsland. Ga., was Sunday. InlQuar: !rly conference was held of the Florida Agricultural College, H. P. Gainey and P. A. Crosby were CROSS TIE CUTTERS-Write for
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jake Roberta Mrs. Sparkman and granddaughter, immediately after the evening service. says the main point still lacking in business visitors to Starke Monday.E. prices and chip :your ties of a'J!
first of the week. Alice Agin, of Starke, passed through Large and interested congregations this statement I is the amount of dif- T. Stewart, of Willeford, spent grades to Cress Manufacturing Co.,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Sloan, of Sampson, I our burg I: unday.E. i attended both services. ferent materiols used in each bag of part of the week here with his fam Jacksonville, Florida. 8-6-20-1yr
were here Wednesday on business. R. Poppell passed through our Albert Jennings was a visitor to feed. If the laws would require, or if ily.Our
T. E. Oldham and Math Wasdm section Sunday. i Jacksonville Monday. honest manufacturers would voluntar. farmers are busy getting readyto WANTED-To buy upright or hori.
were visitors to the county seat Saturday Sam Crews was attending to bus Mrs. High Smith returned to her ily show the actual number of poundsof grind cane, and some have already f zontal boiler and engine combined,
ness tn Starke Monday home in Jacksonville Tuesday, after each feed material contained in the begun. 10 to 20 horsepower in good condition .
Frank Seville was a business visitor Lois McKinney, of Graham, was i In spending several days with relativesin hundred-pound bag such a method Several anticipate'' attending the J. L. Harrell,, Lawtey, Fla.
to Gainesville Saturday. our burg Sunday. Lawtey. would be fair to both parties, and Bradford County Fair at Lake But- 10-15-4t. .
Miss Minnie Dowling spent the Den Crosby, of Brooker, was a visitor Rev. E. D. Boyer returned home last! ought to stimulate trade in honestly ler this week.
week-end with her brother, Earneyof here Sunday. i week from Inglis, where he has been mixed feeds. I Miss Edna Baxter, of LaCrosse, FOR SALE-Fine Charleston Wake.
Hampton. Phillip Crosby of Brooker was i In holding revival meeting for a few The average farmer; does not like to spent the week-end with her parents field cabbage plants, $2.60 per 1,000,
Roy Roberts and son, Roy, Jr., were this section on business Friday. I days. take the time to prepare a mixed feed 'here parcel post. Cash with order L.
visitors to Guilford Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews and I Miss Dora Clark, of Wateroak, vis. for his animals, and the southern Mrs. Emily Abbott has returned to A. Bennett, Route A, Lakeland, Fls.
Mrs. Alfred McKinney is visitingher children, of New River, were in our ited relatives in Lawtey Friday. farmer does not have the wheat byproducts her home after several weeks stay in 10-22-4t
son, Willie, of Theressa, this week section Sunday. I Elder It. V. Skipper, of Live Oak, linseed meal or tankage at South Florida. While away'she visited
Truby Dyal, who has been stationed Clara Cone, of Brooker, attended preached at the town hall Friday and hand. The manufacturer can buy in Plant City and Tampa. FOR SALE-About four acres good
at Charleston, S. C., navy yard for the convention here Sunday. i Saturday evenings. such materials in large quantities and I Miss Grace Fogg, principal of the cane for sale in field. Will strip and
f f r.. ", .II>.j.the past four years,)Is home with an Prof. Schell, of Lake Butler, was a Quite a number from Lawtey at- ship at carload rate., so a* to materially I Brooker high school, entertained her cut or bank it in field for buyer.
,honorable discharge. visitor here Sunday. tended the Baptist Union) meeting at reduce transportation charges.He pupils with Hallowe'en party last Farm one mile north of Starke. R
Among those attending the conven Mr. and Mrs. Stafford' Crews of Oak Grove Saturday and Sunday. can also reduce expenses by using Friday evening at the home of Mr. M. Snyder, at Jones Hardware
tion at Long Bridge Sunday were, Gainesville, spent last week here with George H. Beavers was transacting improved machinery for grinding and and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, from 7:30 to Store. 1015tfFOR
I Messrs. J. R. Seville, David Kelley, relatives and friends. business in Starke Friday. mixing; materials at low cost. 10. Upon the arrival of the guests i
Math Wasdin, Frank Reynolds, Ed Mr. and Mrs. John Crews, of Lake I Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville, Prof. Willoughby suggests that the they were invited to the parlor, which SALE-The! under signed has
Ybor, Henry Padgett, Frank and Viola Butler, were here Sunday. spent Saturday and Sunday here at farmers confine their trade in mixed was decorated for the occasion with 5,000 Napier Grass plants for Bale
Reynolds, Misses Ethel Byrd Unice Pierce Crews was on the sick list the home of her parents. feeds to dealers and manufacturerswho witches, cats, goblins, etc, after! which at $8.00 per hundred. Guarantees
Kelley, Frances Murrhee, Equilla Dix- I last week. Ury Gunter, of Jacksonville, visited willingly tell exactly what the the girls appeared in ghost costumes. every plant to live if planted as In-
on, Bessie Wynn, Lois Moody and Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Manning Relson: were relatives in Lawtey Sunday. feed contains, and, whenever possible, They were asked to tell a ghost story structed. Written Instructions and
McKinney. in Lake Butler transacting business Miss Pearl Bennett, of Jacksonville that they urge the enactment of laws and Miss Clara Cone received the guarantee nailed to every buyer.
Odell Abernathy and wife, of Jacksonville Saturday. visited relatives and friends in Law requiring accurate statements on all prize for the best one. Several games Address Inquiries regarding same
were visitors to our burg on Alva Thomas, of Watermill, attended tey Saturday._ _ feed material sold in the markets. I were then played 9:30 refresh. to I. N. Cable. Brooklyn.- Florida.
Sunday afternoon. the convention here Sunday. Kev. E. D. Boyer filled u an appoint ments of chicken salad, with mayonnaise 10-22-tf.
Bob Surrency spent Sunday in I I ment at the Macclenny Baptist church RAIFORD I dressing, pickles, saltines, sand .
'b Brooker. BRADFORDBradford Sunday. wiches and hot chocolate were served FOR SALE- One seven room house,
Alvin and Myrtie McKinney spent Miss Eva Futch came over from Raiford, Nov. 5.-Mrs. Dorothy : by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Bare- newly celled, new shingle roof, oat
l Sunday in Louise. Nov. 5.-T, B. Edwardswas Jacksonville and spent Sunday hereat Schelley, 'of Jacksonville, was the I foot. Then a tub was placed with water buildings; consist of barn, cow shed,
I T. W. Wasdin and family, of Wal in Starke Monday on business. home. week-end guest of Helen Nauright. and apples and each one bobbed smoke house, and wood shed. One
do, spent the week-end with her parents J. V. Edwards is ill at this writ V. R. Reddish was transacting business Avery Tison, of Jacksonville, was for apples and at ten the party left, and one-quarter acres of land all
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Jyal. ing. in Starke Saturday. the guest of his mother, Mrs. DOD expressing their enjoyment of the under good fence and in high: state
\ Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal spent Sumner Andreu attended the party Alonzo Strickland, of Kingsley, wasa Tison, Sunday. evening and declaring Miss Fogg a of cultivation. Will sell cheap for
Wednesday in Starke. in Midway section Friday night. visitor to Lawtey Sunday. : Edd Tison, of Green Cove Springs, I charming hostess. Those present cash or on terms to suit the pur
1 Truby, Ruby and Lee Dyal visited Mrs. T B. Edwards and daughter, j'Marcus Brown, of Starke, spent spent Saturday night and Sunday herewith were Misses Leta Fogg, Clara Cone, chaser. See B. M. Dowling, Starke,
1 l the sink hole Sunday afternoon. i Elma were shopping In Worthington Sunday here at the home of his moth his family. Lubedia Pinholster, Lorene Hazen, Fla. 10-29-41.
a -- : Saturday afternoon. I er I A. D. Andrews, Barney Hendricks, I Veda Watson, Isla Belle Crosby, Ruby
LONG BRIDGE Quite a number attended the cane Fred Connors, of Jacksonville, spent C. Whitten, J. L. Kickliter C. C. Sapp ; Crosby, Eunice Hazen, Ethel Jones, of Waldo, Mr. Stokes, of Hawthorne,
grinding and chicken pilau at O. W Sunday at his home near here. II Dowling, S. T. Dowling, Henry Barnett Myrtle Morgan, Hazel Warren and Robert Cason and daughter, Miss
I Long Bridge, ';ov o.--The convention Barry's Friday night. I J. A. AJlen and daughter returned Marion Browning Raleigh Norman Inez Abernathy; Messrs. Fred Hazen, Pearl, of Melrose, Rev. Mitchell! of
e held here Sunday was well at- Mrs. Willard Raborn was shopping home Sunday from Georgia where I Ii i I B. D. Andrews, S. H. Moore, W Lewis Shriver, Truby Pinholster, Ar- Jacksonville, Rev. Burnett, of Gainesville -
r ''i tended. in Worthington Saturday afternoon.J. i they spent several days visiting relatives -, C. Whiten, J. L. Kicklier, G. C. Sapp, dell and Eugene Crosby, A+bc Crosby, Rev Armstrong and son, of
I Fronie Rivera and brother, George V Edwards and son, Arthur, I and friends. f I'I Andrew and Hazard Greene attended Alvin demons Vascoe flaxen and Lake Butler, were in attendance at the
i were visiting III Wateroak section Rev. II. Thomas of Ja Rand Crews. union meeting.
i were business visitors to Starke last on J. court at Starke Monday. I
9 Wednesday. Sunday. was a visitor to Lawtey kllonVlJle'j(I Friends and relatives of C. W. Doug Mrs. W. P. Dirt and children, of
Among those who spent Saturday Charlie Edwards and little daughter E. M. Futch! and B. L. the Rev. E. C. Wells\ of Welborn, was I Ii lass were grieved to learn of his death Louise, spent v the week-end with 1,,
I in Lake Butler were, Mr. and Mrs. Corrinne, were 'In Starke Monday came up from Jacksonville and spent I I i, guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews which occurred at his home at Lulu friends and relatives at Hampton

Lacy Johns, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Crews Sunday at their homes here. i W H.Monday.Andrews Thursday, Oct. 28. Miss Wilma Alexander, who is at.
and O. J. Griffin The tending school at Waldo, spent Sat
Pierce Crews, Marlon Moody Fronie visitors patrons are asked to visit the
Rivers, H. O. Rivers, G. Crews Joe ZIFF AN EDUCATION FOR ALL I' were. to the county seat Tuesday school at any time, and especially on urday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

j Hodges, C. M. McKinney, Grover Sapp i Mrs. W. W. Rice left Friday afternoons as they have an interesting W. B. Alexander.
Jesse Cason, Miles Crews, Joe Dowl Ziff, Nov. 6.-Mr. and Mrs. J. B. General Extension Division", of Florida for Jacksonville Sunday morning literary aociety.IiAMPTON Miss Eva Williams was a visitor to Y",
j ing and son. Thomas spent Sunday near Brooker, What it Is and How it Works spend few weeks. she will\ Starke Monday. /
k= Mrs. II. O. Rivers is improving after guests of Mrs. Bertha Stokes. Barney a Hendricks Mrs. D. W. Moore and children, of I
here recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. J. was a visitor to / Theressa, attended services here Sun'I'I
W. Lewis and sons, The General Extension Division of Dukes Monday night.W. t
I Little Sam Clark is on the lick list L. O. and John, spent the week-end at Florida was established by the last II. Dowling of Lake Hampton, Nov. 6.-Herbert Durden day.A i
y this week. Starke, guests of relatives and friends legislature "to spread useful information the was celebrated his tenth birthday Monday ,, A. Futch was transacting business ,
week-end.guest of his
i W. M. Hodges and daughters Iva Clyde and J. W. Kelly were rum and knowledge among the people Dowling. son, H. T. with a Hallowe'en party. The dining In Starke Monday (A
and Minnie, of Starke, attended the bored on the sick list last week. of the /state! The agricultural extension Mrs. Charlie 'room was tastefully decorated with O. J. Abernathy was a business vis- i 1
Douglass of Alacbua
convention here Saturday and Sun Mr. and Mrs. Henry ,Gatlin of division had been disseminating was visiting here orange and royal purple. itor to Hampton Monday. |''I(
,- day. Starke Sunday. Ten beautiful Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden were i'
spent Sunday here. ; agricultural information throughits Clarence Ritch, of Japanese lanters were ;'
i, Jesse Cason and Miles Crews were Mr. and Mrs. Reddick Thomas spentYOU county and home demonstration spending few !! is used in the decorations and a large shopping in Jacksonville Friday. "( j j
u'+ . agents but there was no way to help and a friends.days- here with relatives I black cat with fiery eyes was placed;; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McColsky, of ;: - - - -- -
individuals or concerns interested in I Mr. and Mrs. Goodson in one corner of the room. Thet din Hague, were guests of Mrs. A. A. McDonald \!
w 1 Leesburg, '
the various other activities outside of have moved into the Ritch ing table wag trimmed with Shasta Friday. I
I cottage. daisies and in the Miss Sallie May Dover of Jacksoni i
agriculture. Conseqnently there wasa R. W. Sweat of Sanford center of the table 3
don't use as much direct need of a general extension urday night and Sunday here, spent Sat. was a large white cake bearing ten ville, was the guest of her aunt Mrs. 4\
II as do of division which would carry on all extension family. lighted candles. The little guests were E. E. Hardin, Saturday and Sunday. >',
you work in the dressed in Hallowe'en\ costumes E. E. Harden, contractor for the E. 1
state for the University -
most other Baking Powders. Mrs. E. L. Wester and two little ordered
purposely for A. Martin Seed Co., Jacksonville, visited ;?
and State the occasion and ;I
College Women
'f ; daughters,
It Agnes
has more than: ordinary and Edna, returned his
paraded the streets in those family here Sunday. }<
except in Agriculture and home eco home Saturday from ghostly
leavening: strength. You nomics. The general extension division where they Jacksonville, costumes, wandering through several 'J. II. Pollard, of Jacksonville, is a ';]
spent few
save about! half.:: a days. business
: residences and making the visitor here this week. ,
represents the colleges; of education Walter Sweat of Jacksonville occasion t
You don't pay:: abig: price for law, engineering; arts and sciences guest of Mr. and Mrs. R., wa"lthe W. amusing to the older folks 'as well as Mr. and Mrs. Marion Witt have re- ,I
II Calumet. It's sold at a at our state institutions and it Sweat Sunday. entertaining to !the children. After cently been shopping in Starke. tc;t
moderate price-that rep- drives them a chance to furnish valuable Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sapp have moved the march ended they gathered in the
resents another saving. information and be of service to into the residence occupied by E. dining room where apples, cake and 'i
j the varied interests of the state in C. Wells and family. lemonade were served. I Quite Simple. ",
- f You don't fact uncertain as countless ways. The division acts as Many beautiful and useful presentswere Jim Jones-:"But bow can I love my ]I 1
e, to results. Bakings never the' point of contact between the government CROSBY LAKE presented to Master Herbert, neighbor as myself when his dog howls (tall
fail-because Calumet never alls boards and bureaus and acquaint among them being a beautiful gold night The Parson-"Why, very e.
by below Teat.the" proven standard of "best citizens with their rights and Crosby Lake, Nov. 5Mr. and Mrs. watch, given by his father. easy, brother Jones-very easy-Just
privileged; in securing help from these H. M. McRae attended the union meet. Those present were, Misses Natalie poison his", doc!"-Puck. \
I III I I I I I''I government\ departments. It acts as. ing; at China Grove Sunday. Marcionny, Willie Fay Hicks. Katherine a. I*'
II I liiiii ll a clearing; house for all kinds of u e'I'I' Misses Sadie, Ola and Evie Bryantwere I Weest, Anna May Wheeler and Don't Pick Out Printer
( information. visiting at Waldo Saturday and Hilda Durden; Messrs. Herbert Dur
L i In order to spread knowledge classes Sunday. den, Johnny Hagen; Leslie Fetch, G. Blindfolded
! Ilb III il are being organized; at various I Ipoints | Misses Ruby and Gertrude McRae, W. Hicks, Herman Harden, Clarence
i I in the state where groups of I Hof, Waldo were visiting In this section Hicks and Eugene Henry. The little
adults are found Interested in a spe-I i' Sunday. guests left for their homes about ten
cial line of work. Prayer meeting at P. B. Bryant's o'clock, thanking Herbert for the +r
The correspondence study department was well attended Sunday night. It pleasant evening and wishing him .I
has been organized to help the will be held at the home of. J. N. Yates many more happy birthdays.Mrs. A
,,4 Individual regardless of where he livesor next Sunday night. R. M. Dowling and mother
i i ir hI what his previous training has Mrs. S. A. Saxon left Monday for Miami Get the One Who Can
h,!' i I !'!III II, 0. A been. A special effort |i8 being madeto BROOKER Mr. Saxon will follow them in LHelp You. Sell Your Good. 'I
It 1 reach the greatest number of citizens -' about a week and will make Miami
by offering' as soon as possible Brooker, Nov. 5.-Miss Ruby their future home. WE have the
and as the funds will permit, the widest Crosby of Jacksonville spent the E. D. Smith and laughter, Miss Ra .
' It the highest quality range or all grades of study and Iweek-end with her parents, Mr. and chel, of Fabius, Ala., are comfortably ability to help
possesses into /supervened! reading, covering the demands I Mrs. E. L. Crosby. located at Hotel Hampton this week. you sell your goods and
. ever put! a Baking of the people. Lewis Shriver made Mr. Smith
Cal_ a business trip expects to purchase
property we do this at a
Powder. Contains such can
only Cold Cake All work is given to men and women to Worthington Friday. here in the near future and make !
ingredients as have been officially Recipe! and is recognized by the University I B. F. Hazen made a business trip Hampton his home. reasonable cost to you. 1

Food Authorit endorsed_by United State Yolks of 8 eggs of Florida and the State College for to Starke Friday. Henry Fowler, of Lake Butler, attended Economy and stand- 1,
l cupllof granulated Women. Students may enroll at any Lucian Hazen of Jacksonville, was church here Sunday.
For weeks, for months, it sugar, ?s time, and proceed as rapidly as their here Sunday with relatives. I Mrs. W. H. Griffin was shopping in ardization are the
keeps as fresh and full of cup of of water lj time and. ability will permit. Direct I Eldon Baxter made a business trip Jacksonville Friday.Mr. watchwords here. We
e strength as the day it loft the 2'/4 cup Duffer Information concerning correspondence to LaCrosse Friday. and Mrs P. B. Hunt and daughter useHammermill Bond ,
i Calumet Factories the! World's flour cup,level pastry teaspoons study courses may be had by Jesse Shirley, of Jacksonville, was Ethel, have recently returned -
y Largest! ,most Sanitary and Modem Calumet writing; the general extension divisionat shaking hands with friends here Sun. from Valdosta, where they have been the standard, economical. "
Baking Powder plant. Bakinqc Powder. Gainesville, Fla. day. the guests of their daughter Mrs. C. business paper and i'
It Is Important that you! use only I tablespoon of .' Ralph Hazen was a visitor to Hamp P. Sasser we turn out a grade of
l ; atralRiit wheat flour (not .;['.-nslng vanilla. Then PROPER USE OF MIXED FEEDS ton Saturday afternoon. The union meeting at the Baptist I
,l flour and- baking powder .!if mix tJ1'u I Lottie Gainey is able to be at school church Friday, Saturday and Sundaywas printing that brings re- ,
wish to obtain the gluten de. The use of commercial mixed feeds j I I again. a success. suits for our customers. I ILETUSSHOWVOU i
mandt-d by sound heitl4 "" Is increasing as feed prices are ad- I Little Virginia Weeks Is spending Mrs. E. A. Kennedy, of Lake Geneva
ew ancing all over the country. Livestock the week with relatives In Starke. Mrs. Kate Sparkman and Mrs. I
of most type. will thrive better Walter Baxter and sister, Mrs. T. W. I. Wesley, and the Misses Williams BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH )!

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-I camps it is asserted there are about
-- two men to every job and it is not ,

News of Florida in Short Paragraph.. '.i I I II believed any trouble will be experienced .

_....__> I in the labor line. ay

;rLive I State News-----------.J: 1 Hyder Sheehan a serious-is condition dead and at E.the E. Ids ..Jvo<
I Naval Base Hospital at Pensacola as

-Told by Our Exchanges. U Air the result Station of Saturday a gasoline at The the I 4 stumble Thig''r

__ o on ',
__._._ sailors were working; on a motorcycle -
= -- - ----- -- at the radio laboratory and had ''. y,

nardee Miller, age 23, U in cal authorities, which was taken on spilled considerable gasoline over it . \,, '"

1,1 county jail charged with asBer- Sept. 20th. A part of this territory is when Hyder attempted to start it. I WISH yon alt .IS CUT and fed. ;.' i e'L:\ .
crime against his thirteen-year a great breeding ground for various Sheeljan was adjusting the carburetorand . \ ,'
stepdaughter. shore and water birds and has been when the machine back-fired his MIGHT! SEE with mo. TO MARVELOUS machine*,) J r

taken under. federal protection. clothes took fire lie leaped away from GRE'T.elean 'I"
In a special election held at White the machine and ran a short distance . factory.WHICH . ,
voted to issue It has been estimated there before other nearby stopped hint
ring the citizens that men DOWN SOUTH when AND CUT and stack.: ?
ndl in the sum of $25,000 to conruct are from 75,000 to 100,<<100 acres of and extinguished the tire. 13y this S l

the State Highway through the sugar cane growing in Florida this time his clothes were practically burn- MY CIGARETTES .ra ma4... AND PRINT and pack. 3

Corporate limits of the town. year, as against 15,000 acres in 1918 ed from bis body. .,.
WITH SCARCE a band ,spa '
and it is believed that this rate of increase WHERE COSTLY grade.. -' ,i.

The life of Mrs. J. M. Matthews, a will be maintained for several Two heavy seaplanes which are to OF TURKISH l ....-. TO TOUCH them. 'R;
ticnt at the Quincy hospital, has years or until we have established a and mail ,
inaugurate service
obably been saved by the transfus- great syrup and sugar industry in the between a passenger Key West and Havana (FROM TURK Y. mind you), BUT AFTER. 11'you. neednt gd, ::{ ;

n of blood from her two Bisters, who state. left New York Tuesday afternoon on. ON THIS long trip with m*. 5\ i
ve a pint of blood each. route to the Florida station, each car '3. ARE BLENDED.. . .f';!I
Sheriff Sutton at Crestview / t
found a TO FIND out why. .li'
rying eleven passengers. UNDER . :
counterfeiting mould Crestvlew I EXPERT eyea. "q 1
near \
W. W. Powell's rice mill at Seffner the post office, representatives of the ,, THEY SATISFY. .
busy handling the largest rice! crop believed to be the outfit which ex- Cuban legation and naval officers par WITH RIPE and rich. . ,,'%;

cr raised in that section. The Sett.r postmaster Jernigan, now under the ticipated in the ceremonies of the TRY SMOKING Just. ay
district has thousand of acres of charge of counterfeiting had been using : take-off. Two packs of mail, one containing TOBACCOS BROWN and. cold.. .

e very best of rice land. j of to queer put out and a worthless considerable dollars quantity a letter from President Wilson WHICH HAVE* been graded. ONE CH. ..ERFIELQAND .
recently -
to the president of Cuba were on .
THEN you'll know I
( and for which he
Forty-three days out from N/v Or. was arrestedand board. They will make the trip in STEAMED and dried. . .
for Tampa and long since given tacitly admitted his guilt when 76 minutes. Four additional planea e AS WELL as I.
nns battered schoon- confronted with the evidence. in service later. AND STRIPPED and stor.dway.. v .
us lost, the storm are to be placed the :
Edward Smith slipped into Tampa The service will be the first of its FOR TWO long I l'1'
bor with all hands safe but with ; R. H. Pope an employe of the Pal kind between the United States and a I T'S good to know how fine those

,plies low. I metto Phosphate Co., was killed at foreign port. TO AGE and mellow. tobacco are-how thoroughly
Tiger Bay Tuesday afternoon. He . they are aged-how carefully they
I I was riding on one of the trucks to the I AND GROW sweet. are blended-how clean the factory A
The west coast of southern Floridas power house. The flagman signalled Another chapter in the matrimonial. . Is. But it's better yet to know the I
fair to become a mecca of mov- the tangle of Arthur P. Vaughn ministerand AND THEN the fragrant ...... satisfaction of tmohina that can't.l" .-
engineer to the train
stop for
companies. Financial back' : Mr. and his of I ,b>opted Chesterfield i l snd. .
family ,
picture Pope to get off and the sudden joltas newspaper man '" y t _j\ w! .If ..
has been secured and plans laid I SttPeteKpitug; occurcad*Wednesday<< *j t .., . :,
r I .
thetrant s (
!: t6pp'edLthrew'Jbm'unjjef,
the erection of a'2,000 sludto1f 'of k''d. '
the train .Fww.4: eWhA4efttYAUgha) .yeas,*ut
from where.Jij )"Pale..hol 4n'to
Tampa'tlllium time
'the'city' on businesi and in that
the side of the car and two trucks I t
ran over hie body. his wife and twochildren, mysterious-
G. Flynn, who operates a iy disappeared. When Vaughn returned ,;
per mith's shop in the Ybor section home he solicited police aid
The jury in the case of J, J. Heard
Tampa is in jail in default of a and it was discovered that his wife v I
,000 bond on the charge of manu- and E. A. Thomas brought: in a verdict had abducted the children and was en O Q O .
of not guilty in the
U. S. district
her home in Muscatlne. Ia. o
turing outfits for illicit distilling route to tjgq b
court in Jacksonville
Friday afternoon
liquor. Several weeks ago Vaughn was arrested -
The defendants
had been tried
with desertion
there charged by

Vhilo attending the fall term of by the the failure government of the in Heard connection National with the Iowa authorities and was held two - C IGARE T T E 5

uit court at Palatka. Judge weeks while an effort was made by
I I Bank January 17, 1917. The .
government obtain'extraditionof
asher signed an order for Sheriff state authorities to
the 108 I, was unable to prove that Mr. the prisoner back to Iowa. .
pan to destroy cases oft|' Heard loaned money to Mr. Thomas, 4di.IISI.c
recently captured in an Old
iskey =
I knowing that the latter wile insolvent, -
tn near Orange Mills. ]| I
Henry Earnest, of Chicago >formerY

Wednesday afternoon; the city com' |i What is said to be the largest real i ly with government work at Washinton r

Ision and the Merrill-Stevens Cor-' estate deal in the history of St. Pe- and organizer and secretary -
tersburg was completed when Dixie Pecan Orchards at Albany, 1 T PtEFA/qfr rr
rtion,' of Jacksonville parties T tS if
{cement for the sale of the Bentley I from Duluth Minn., purchased from which comprise 2,000 acres of p g
shell hi in charge of ele
yard property to the corporation.]iagl'l'ed W. D. McAdoo a stretch of beach on pecans Howe Ac- ....L f t r
the Gulf of Mexico for of /) 60,000 acres of land near 1 A .w
purchase price was $315- a sum $75/ ,- TY
cording to Mr. Earnest, great1"18are 01 s y
000. No announcement was made as t r i
\ to what use would be made of the going to happenn in the *r *u' a ;
property. ture. In connection with th / armg tl i ;x
'ollowlng a personal encounter in of the land there will also built a } g., V V i
pftr Smyrna restaurant at early -
an fertilizer for manu c ;; +
r Friday morning Ted Tanner is | When A. H. Perry of Live Oak pull- large facture and sale plant of fertilf f re Mr. DIVE STO .k AGRICULTURE I If1 v

i and Mac Martin is in the county ed the trigger of his shotgun intending ana of a ) '
Earnest has worked out/ 'y ... ,
to await the verdict of the coro-i the load of bird shot for a mangy system' for of c

t jury. Tanner's skull was frac-j, dog loafing around the premises, be- reducingashes leaching and evaporatl to pot and contemplate The South's Most Useful State Fair ..
pd at the base of the brain and he sides the sprinkling of the aforesaid trees and ,r
I in a local hospital. I dog a good portion of the charge burning all"Ha system se- No effort will be spared to make the fourth Florida State Fair and p,

; found lodgment in the right side of stumps the and through: otash for the Exposition the most notable show of the kind ever held in the state and it t' I a.

cFuniak hunters;; have been beat J. J. Heath, colored pastor of the.M.E. making cure of necessary fertilize* will rank with the Greatest expositions of the South. It
the bushes in the vicinity of the church. lie was on his way home
ch Grove school by reason of the';, and crossed the line of fire from Mr. iCSSA Each of the more progressive Florida counties will participate and the

m of frightened school children Perry to the dog, _and, being in the THE state and Federal governments will lend their assistance in interesting and "1 rA;

report having caught sight of a dark was not seen by the latter when S--Messrs. F. F. instructing with most extensive exhibits. The usual Fairattractions will

;:e ens dark believe-colored is a beast panther.which None the j I he fired. - .._- I Theresshf'business Wilson, In of our Starke-sec- i be offered in enlarged] and refined form giving a show of intense appeal to

he hunters have been fortunate A. G. Lightecy of Jacksonville, art : the people of Florida and visitors within the hospitable borders of the state

eh to sett the beast. aged white man, was assaulted and I tionS of Orlando spent a i ' ,
i robbed of $7,005 by two negro women few' days the first of the week I
Ie Pennsylvania Sugar Companya near the corner of Stewart and West .

total of seven hundred acres in Duval street Friday night. He stated here wit losers' and Johnnie Staffordof

ir cane in Dade county. The next that he was walking along the street I Willi Lars( were visitors' here; Tues-

's planting will begin in Februarywill when he was attacked by two negro day a oAnoon! returning: home Wed- FLORIDA STATE FAIR i

cover much more territory. women who were following him. He nesd l morning: .
company has, an enormous acre- said that they beat him with clubs and 1Mary Holder and son, Simuel, '

being prepared for sugar cane disarmed him of a revolver robbed among those who attended the i. 1
Ing and with the use of tractors him and fled. lIe struggled with the I u111I w meeting at China Grove during : *

eking great headway. women but they disabled him by striking -I ,j week-end. JACKSONVILLE' NDV. 18-27,1920]%

him in the head. He then found C. Jones, of Starke, was a busing i
idc county is to have a mammothe hid way to the West Adams street fir / visitor to our town Wednesday.T. 1C I k
preserve located in the Chevc- station and telephoned for police alf B. Trleiit and -W. W. Parkham

tract in the southwest! corner. have shipped numerous: crates of fine A,Tlnlfen banana- ;,'th. Unlu4 Bute. Departmeat Mew models and late lmproemena In paaeen< di
company has sold to A. W. With the prl-t';; turpentine beans to market during the past week. feral .f AaorIeal'an will feature eihlbke at great ea,., bualneu yrs and automobile tnuka alia and
king J.ltl bxhlblu educational value. CounUea. cunimunltlea and and dulivery ears will I proapeotlve pur- Irackachuera
64,000 acres or 100 square rosin on the downward grade Mrs. S. B. Woodard and five:
d. daughter, Individual will bar dlnplara ct more thus man? valuable, patntara la the aalactloa
R. This preserve borders on the of men engaged in taking these Luclle were business visitors to the usual merit.Llveeteck of muter equipment. J

of Mexico taking in the islands ucts from the pine have also s, and a county scat Friday. Florida'. development In this Important Held Noted airmen will outdo the thrllU of 1 loot .11.1.... '
surround that portion of the decided inclination to follow it The W. M. U. met Wednesday afternoon Uaualrr will ba thown In pena of eattla. hornm. : and show the advance* a l. '. kaa' made, and t
t. in men aheep and dalrr now that will oven th*::::i World I femoua tianda. a large and better mid- Aiaaaa.war 1
some cases the pay of with Mrs. G. M. Bennett pre. tie "10",,.. and Impraaa even our bom. folka.Pe.llrr . free sets and ....rF type of clean attrae- menu P
have been reduced to aboul months siding.: Few more new members were the will be provided\ to am me and entertain. M F'

Hn-a-Grille, a key seven miles long: cent of what they were II enrolled and much Interest is being and etatea:. btu will from rival poultrrmen In e.l nt of three thla"at and tha other mot' The Florida Btate Fair and Eapnaltlon In u.... VaHeel
10 Gulf of Mexico, Is now a bird eeo. It is claimed that /" was no taken in these meetings The next fat Stack ..ltli>n. th. country. Kabblta d.I..rim..111 have competition that will In......,.. ,
luary under the action of the lo other alternative. In /turpentine meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon .nportantStock. will not bin. n..I...... aatlvltlea Ineuro I exoellent summed ahowlnna up under thaae In all sl..iac.tion the varloue>. Week. ... I .,

Nov. 10th. All ladies are ;:: p....s.4 Eihlblta: of ...... ailucatlonal value to the Low .
farea offered Jarkeonvllle
cordially invited boys and vlrla ofluti Florida. 1'i!1. lau..... Corn are to onand pp.el.l.
to attend. I L;iub'was Calf railroad, and boat hnmi arhlnv the "... ..
Club. Cannln Club. rlwln Clubs'
C. liberal/ time limit will enable' vl.ltora to '0-
A. Youngblood visitor All
was a to sad Dairy Cluba' ,intareat.arn .
will command
i .
main over for transaction of buaineia or for ....11....*
Starke Friday. visiting friend.
Mrs. W. A. Jones and Miss Ida Ha- Fewer fanning and Improved m.thmU of meet 1 '
Marhlnery inc the labor, ahortaere In aarluulture will 'be Ear acieeea to the rrounde will ba provided Irarkaal'
gan were visitors to Hampton Friday. and Mew models' I and lale' Intpr.w.for the" exhibitor havlne rarlota of freight. In. Grenadaaurlne .
M. J. Batten has returned home from Tracts, mania will be of valu. to all who are Interacted ; quick. sad _......1". ....10. ta and f.r Mall rdlt
la Automotive or other ..o Cedar Keys, where! he spent the past I,. .
week fishing. ;
For further !Information address n. Hanafourde, '
Hugh Norton .
was a business visitor
Secretary and General Manager 211 Dyal-Upchurch t
to Starke Friday.S. lllde.. Jacksonville, Fla. ,
R. Swlndel and daughter Ger I

tie, were visitors to Hampton Saturday Nine Days Filled With Amusement and InstructionGet

DIS DED ', Those afternoon.from here attending the con. Your Ticket to Jacksonville for the Fair

j vention at Long Bridge: Sunday were b, yw

Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Youngblood: and .r. M' lr R
daughter Nealie, Mrs. J. E. Owsley,
Miss Estelle Woodard and brother, 1 ,, 9'it.a
saliva/ !t'f mercury Calomel Percy, Miss Ida Hagan, Ulanton Ows SEFA/q

r9j acts like a sluggish l.ver. When ley and Arthur Moorer. ;
contact with sour bite it J. J. Collins has returned to his
calomel home at Lakeside after
spending the
crashes into ?ausln* cramping and nauaea.T past week at Cedar Keys. : 1p4UTOMOTIVES '

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore and children \ ,

Tonev Instead I If were among those attending the -
4'Dodson'sAer union at China Grove Friday and Sun. $ V: ENTERTAINMEM '

, you feet bilious, headachy, sod without making you sick, you day.Ben Hall has gone to Orlando and '-- .. _ J
Just tuck and yoor - .
i gated .Ql an knocked out, Veyour go get money. - ---
4 of If yon take calomel today< you'll r
druggist and get a tx be sick sad nauseated tOmOITffWJ be- Habitual Constipation Cured expects to spend a while there. dren and Miss Gertrude Hinson attended ,, first mall was carried out on this
>d oB' Liver Ton for tf**", la 14 to 21 Day Mrs J. E. Owiley was shopping In
a .., it saints while if the meeting at China route Monday.
may you, "LAX FOS WITH
'ch U a harmless vegeta take. Dodeon'i PEPSIN" Is specially. Starke Saturday. Grove daring the week-end. Revs Jno. Mullady, of Hampton will
Liver Toua
tuts for dangerous call.;; Take you will wake yon Constipation.Syrup Tonic-Laxative It relieves for Habitual W. A. Jones spent several days last Messrs. II. S. Roebuck and Simuel )! preach at the Christian church Saturday
up feeling great lull of promptly but
start should be week in Jacksonville on business Holder were visitors to New River night, the 6th inst. Everybody'
tpooaful and If I It lot ambition and ready for work or plsy regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
Induce H. S. Roebuck attended the unionat Sunday night.A invited attend.C. .
"' regular action. It Stimulates and to
. liver .tr.l/0" It hi
for sad harmless pleumat ADd safe vt China
*tUt sad thar'M7 calomel give to children they like It. Reiiulates. Very Pleasant to Taki. 60t Grove Saturday.Mr. rural route has been several of A. Youngblood was transacting;
quicker bottle.
per and )Ir Jim Minton and chilr the farmers In our settlement and the busines sin Starke Monday.




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